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: May 3, 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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ALACHUA COUNTY. truth is they know little about it. They .._ 'lY SHI .GTON. AN INTERIOR VIEW. GENERAL SANFORDS REPORT.A

only see that crime is not punished as it- --
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GROWTH AND: IMPORTA1'\CE-IMPROTJlJUtXT ought !tojje, and they .n.t..culoe*jump at the DEBATE OK THE TARIFF BILL A BUREAU" OF Home Truth," seems to us to be. led, in its DOCUMENT TIIAT WILL INTEREST: MR. BIPBEF.'R

ITS _R.\ILRO.\DS-G.USESYILLE: ITEMS, "conclusion' tn'at Courts i are corrupt and jurors LABOR STATISTICS TO BE ESTABLISHED, advocacy of the importance of the improve- CONSTITUENTS.:

ETC., ETC. are venal. If they would give the ETC, ETC.WASHINGTON. ment of the St.:John's bar, into a too exclu- We are indebted to the Florida
whole matter the careful attention it deserves
The: improvement in Gainesville Alachua they would see that they themselves are to April 26. 1884. sive advocacy of that special work, ignoringthe Herald for the following interesting

and its vicinity is very apparent. Of evenings now, until: after 10 o'clock, a claims and importance of other com-
blame for what thecharge on the jury statement from Gen. Sanford. Wo
mercial It is true that to the residentsof
of new buildings are goingup ports.
Large numbers the bright )light j may be seen on the dome of the
system. They persistently
suburbs,, mostly dwellings of a urge passageof the counties bordering upon the St.Johns await Mr. Bisbee's explanation. Is
In the laws which exempt the most capable and Capitol. This means that the House ofRepresentatives'
and substantial character. But few I the proposed improvement is of the very he member of Congress for Jacksonville -

neat houses are in course of erection intelligent citizens from jury duty. Those is in session talking tariff. greatest importance, as well as to the city of or the Second District of
business remaining who liable to service ,
remaining jury As it conceded Jacksonville itself. Bat it is true
hotels, the Arlington was a )impossibility to give quite as
and no new Florida? .
are not, as a rule, qualified for the duty required -
that to West and Middle Florida and to all
hotel of importance. all the
the only any of them. They have not the intelli- carefully, ,<,'prepared. tariff. speeches. A reporter of The Herald stumbled this
the interior
and suburbs have 'been sections of the Peninsula, the St.
\eextensions and northeast of the town. gence to combat the arguments of shrewd utterance. in.:n'' i-i.-s limited<'**j-- length- of time (a Johns is not the natural outlet, and while morning upon the recent report of General
laid out the opening of the Savannah, attorneys, and they lack that feeling of responsibility move having beerriiiiSJe: to restrict the gen- there are certain commercial advantages. II. S. Sanford to the Executive Committee or

More recently Western road to Live Oak and to society which is necessary to eral debate to about. wo weeks) recourse connected with Jacksonville as an entrepotof Upper St. Johns Improvements. The report -

Florida t of their depots, etc., near the enable a. juror to dispense justice with an was taken to night sessions.; Last evening commerce, the extension of railroads contains some peculiarly interestingfacts -

the location Railroad crossing has started building even hand. A New York paper, a day or Representative Yaple/bf Michigan, made a through the interior is building up other which will doubtless cause Mr. Bis

Transit vicinity. two ago, published a statement showing that strong argument in favor of the Morrisonbill important trade centres, such, as Ocala. bee's South :Florida constituents to open

in that connections at Gainesvilleare of the 182,513 voters registered in that city, and Representative Wood, of Indiana, Gainesville and Lake City. To the interiorthe their eyes in astonishment and gratitude.

The railway made by the Florida Railway & only 15,450 could be required to act as ju discussed the question from the same stand- natural outlet for its products is to the :From the report the following extract is

now I rors. In the four great commercial bodies point. Congressman Robertson, from Kentucky best commercial sufficient :
Company, north and south to port. At present the rail-
Navigation there are 5,046 members. Of these 2,400 are opposed the protection on three roads permeating the interiorcarry the bulk WASHINGTON, D. C.. April 18.
and Cedar Key ; the Florida $ $
, Fernandina Desirous of the
exempted, and of the rest, only 280, for one grounds-that it was bad public policy ; of toSavannah giving Jacksonville -
Southern, to Palatlm. and Ocala, and the our produce and a portion to Bar Committee a clear field and ample
reason or another, are available. It has be- that it enriched the few at the of
I' Oak & Rowland's Bluff road con- expense Fernandina. There is no doubt but that : time to urge their claims and secure actionin
with Savannah via Live Oak, and come a serious matter to get jurors in that the many, and that it was unconstitutional.Mr. with the same commercial: facilities of more committee, I waited until the 16th inst.,
necting city unless professionals and court-room Bagley of New York read the begin- when I went before the Committee on River
frequent steamship service all of
with the west via Live Oak and the Central our pro- and Harbors, of the House of Representatives -
Railroad. loafers are accepted. This condition of affairs ning of his speech, and then the peroration, ducts which now go to Savannah would be to which as the Secretary informedme

citizens of Gainesville naturally feel does not exist alone in New York. It saying that the intelligent assembly which shipped to Fernandina. If the St. John's bar Florida had been invited, with Georgiaand

much The elated by the prominence given to.. is found in about all the larger towns and surrounded him (there were then about a is improved it will help the people on that Alabama, to present. her further claimsfor

their city as an interior railroad'centre. cities. The fault is not with the jury sys- dozen members present) did not seem to river and Jacksonville)) especially, but it will appropriations.There was no one there to represent
tem, but with the better class of people who of his remarks and asked leave to
Although situated in one of the best agri- approve afford no better facilities than we now have Florida but me, ana on invitation I pre- .
of the State Alachua has use their money and influence to cripple the print them for the pcrusil of an admiring via of Savannah and Fernandina. In fact, sented the case of the Upper St. Johns river
cultural portions ,
system. If the best citizens want the laws constituency. not because of improvements, and I hope interested the
equal, greater distance and
not been developed to the same degree as I I II committee. But, what struck me as strange.
enforced they must help enforce them. When the tariff debate was resumed this
i less probable of
water. We
depth would
the river counties or those further south was our representative, Mr. Bisbee, appeared -
because hitherto its principal productionshave They cannot shirk their duty with impunity. week, after an interval of five clays, the like to see the St. John's bar improved and to show :so little interest in a matter

They are the class most deeply interested, Texan orator, Mr. Wejlbuni made the Jacksonville but not at the which concerns eight counties, or nearly
been the staples of cotton and corn, expenseof
half the and
because they own the property and the eighth speech of the series, and preachedthe Fernandina State one quarter of its popula-
and other
and the new settlers in Florida have gen- : parts of our Statein tion, dependent as they are on this, the only
trade of the cities. If riot and ruin follow gospel of free trade with an eloquencethat
erally had orange culture in view and thatwas which we as Floridians ; are interested.- outlet North for their products.
carried in the extreme southernpart outrages upon justice, the best citizens are was frequently applauded and warmly Ocala Banner. Resolutions were passed at the public

only on to blame.-Savannah News. congratulated at the close. He said it wouldbe .. .- meeting at Sanford and had been endorsed "
of the county. It bad been supposedthat by the people and press very widely throughout -
difficult to find in the whole of the
oranges could not be cultivated with THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. } South Florida and communicated bits
English language more hypocritical words Secretary to the delegation in both Houses,
safety on the north and west side of the TO SAY.
The convention has been in
republican than "incidental protection." He protested urging the pressing upon Congress of this

Alachua savanna.: Many persons, how- session at St. Augustine this week. The against this fraud in the use of language Our Washington correspondent informsus important improvement, which General
ever, at Gainesville, rather for ornament andas growing dissatisfaction with the republican that "Mr. Davidson is pushing his Talla- Gillmore had recommended to the War De-
an experiment have planted out orange and said if protection were;good and rightlet hassee Public Building Bill. On the whole, partment. The letter of the Secretary of
bosses received expression in the following it stand on its own merits, and not leanon and in view of all the circumstances, thereis War to the Senate, covering this report, had
trees so successfully that in a few years the resolutions : something so respectable as revenue. He little reason for surprise that we can get been printed and laid before the Senate on

whole city will be embowered in orange Resolved, That we, the republicans of the incidental no decently adequate appropriation for the the 18th of January ; but, a month ago, on
trees, and many families will derive a par- State of Florida, in State convention assem- held that protection as a desig- St. John's Bar, or that we are awarded but examining the files of the Committee of
nator of the present tariff was a practical half the modest asked Rivers and Harbors of the House
tial support from the fruit trees on their bled, heartily indorse the civil service doc- amount for a public I was
trines of the republican party, and the civil illustration of satan''masquerading in the building at Jacksonville.TimesUnion.On pained and surprised to find that no notice
service orders of Presidents Hayes and "cot oFh'eaven. had been taken by our Representatives of
habiliments of the .' The the whole and come to think of it,
the neighborhood of Arredondo, on Arthur, and believe that a due respect for this important matter, by bill or otherwise,
democratic party was putting its columnsin this is- sad. In fact it is just too too and I and
the westerly side of the Alachua savanna, the same renders it inexpedient to elect as very accordingly prepared put upon
truck farming has been undertaken with delegates to Chicago any person holding a motion, and the result of the contest bad, that Tallahassee was' so wicked as to the____ flips of__ the u__ Committees of__ both Houses rt

federal position, appointed thereto by the could not be doubtful on such an issue. want a public building and that :Mr. Davidson petition stating the facts of the case ana
great success in the rich hammock lands. President of the United States.As asking for the improvement specified in. 4
Along the line of the Florida Railroad at the convention embraced its Another notable speech was made by Repre- was so-so thoughtless, to use the mild- Gen. Gillmore's report: and, further, I last ,

Fairbanks and Waldo fruit and vegetable among sentive Eldredge, of Michigan, in which he est term to characterize his offence, as to week put one of the petitions into Mr. Bisbees -
members most of the Federal officeholdersin
said the protective system was only kept in ask for it. If the honorable gentleman had hands to be presented to the House
growing are prominent and profitable in- this resolution and referred which done him
the State, created a great was asking ,
existence by lobying, extravagance, and offi- only looked at the matter from the stand-
dustries. In a few years these towns will be flutter. It however at the same time, to promote this work of 5
conspicuous for their beautiful groves and was, adroitly disposedof cial corruption, which it tends to produceand point of our six-fold contemporary he would relief to our people.
by being referred to the Committee on and that unless the of The of the Committee Rivers
handsome residences.In extend, system have at once perceived that Tallahassee was Secretary on
Resolutions-the tomb of the Capulets.The and Harbors informed me, on Saturday last_
protection was doomed, the people were one in "a raft of petty competitors in our
the northern part of the county, in office-holders proved themselves mas- that he would, and, Monday that he had
the vicinity of Newnansville, the old doomed to slavery. Let the issue be own State whose claims are urged and notified our Representatives that Florida..
ter of the situation and elected as delegates-
county site, there is a large section of very squarely made, he said, "protective tariff" pleaded by our own Representatives in would be taken up by the Committee on
at-large to Chicago: the side and "tariff for Wednesday the 16th. I received no notice of'
"thwart and
valuable on one a revenue House and Senate, to antagonize" -
hammock, pine and mixed lands, Gen. W. M. Ledwith, Postmaster at Jack- this from our Representative and but for my 1
which have only, on the other, and then with all the at the public building at Jacksonville,
always been noted for their fertility sonville white personal inquiries on the subject would"have
but lying back from the railroads D., Cole man.J. Postmaster of Monticello money that the monopolists will pay. into and he would have pocketed his indiscreet been in ignorance of it, and our opportunity --

}have not attracted the attention of new set- the election fund, and the legion of federal I bill so quickly that it would never have had lost. As it was, Mr. Bisbee as I

tlers. The of the Live Oak Row- white mall.'Villi3.m office-holders on the other, we will see i the chance of being pigeon-holed, as we are now learn, did present himself before the-
opening G. Stewart Postmaster of Talla- committee after I left, and opposed this appropriation -
land's Bluff & Gainesville Railroad will at- liasse, black man. whether money and patronage can induce afraid it may be now that it has been con- denied the correctness of some

tract attention to these lands and likely induce the people to continue a party in power demned as the application of one of a of my statements, said the i improvement was

a large population. They will Dennis Eagan, Collector of Internal Reve- whose central idea is in direct opposition to swarm of lesser claimants." We sympathize not now needed, and could wait, and requested --
prove nue, white man.Subsequently. I as I understand, that all appropriations ,.-
valuable for truck farming, and will do the color line was victorious their best interests. with :Mr. D. in the mortifying position for St. Johns river might be concen-

well, no doubt for oranges, peaches, etc. and Gen. Ledwith and E., The house passed the bill creating a Bu- I in which a mistaken view of duty to his trated on the bar at its mouth. Although-

Clay and lime rock abound near the surface, displaced Joseph reau of Labor Statistics, concerning whicha constituents has placed him, and we ire he also begged the committee not to tell}),"
Lee, colored, of Duval county, put in his others were present who\ heard and have
and the timber growing these lands number of the members had something to penetrated with a keen sense of our own
place. told. The result of this extraordinary proceeding '
indicates a subsoil of remarkable fertility. The Times-Union, from whose report we say, the substance of which was that they villainy in expressing in three misused on the part of our Representative. 11:

Alachua is the second county in point of were in hearty sympathy with all measures columns a desire for a public building in have reason to believe, was, that $25,000-
obtain the particulars of the action of the
population and fourth in point of wealth, looking: to the relief of the laboring classes. Tallahassee-one of the raft of petty com- were taken from the sum already allottedto
convention, gives the following as the re- Cumberland Sound, $25,000 from that for
although it has no large city. It is likely to sult: Representative Hopkins, of Pennsylvania, petitors.." We feel that if we had anything the upper St. Johns, at whose expense the

become very soon the most populous and of said a great deal of attention has been good enough and enough of it we would bar gets $50,000 more or $150,000 in all ;

the wealthiest county in the State. It has Delegates-at.large-Dennis Eagan, given to the American hog and steer, and give it all to Jacksonville-give it all to Cumberland Sound $75.000 and we $10,000,
Madison Joseph E. Lee, of Duval J. D. his round '
; ; in of to
spite protest, or enough
a very large proportion of arable land and he thought it high time to give some atten- Jacksonville. So by good works we might
off of the bends that ob.*
Monticello and
Cole, of W. G. Stewart, of one possibly, now
i is now better provided with railway facili- Leon. Alternates-Emanuel Fortune of tion to the American man. The head of approve the sincerity of our repentance, struct our commerce; and our farmers and

ties than any county in the State. Three this bureau is to have $3,500 a year. The and be forgiven by our contemporary. planters of South Florida will have to wait
Duval ; M. M, Lewy, of Marion; D. D. Flondian now another year for the removal of these
separate railways traverse its borders having House also passed a comprehensive pensionbill
Rogers, of Volusia, and J. W. Mitchell, of obstructions, unless we can get the needed
over 125: miles of railroad in operation. which provides for the several classesof amount again inserted by amendment when

Lands are, as yet, held at much lower prices Leon. disabled veterans enumerated in the pen- THE Times-Union seems to think that Jack- the bill gets to the Senate, with the risk of

than in the more southerly counties while Delegates. from the Second District-James sion laws of the United States. It next refused sonville is the Boston of Florida the hub new opposition from our member, who,

the transportation facilities much,better. M. Cooms, of Franklin, and A. C. Lightburn to repeal the act limiting the tenure of around which the entire State revolves. It however, will hardly venture, I think, to
are make it, as he cannot invoke the House of
Gadsden. Alternates-B. F.
Livingston, certain offices to four years, and during the makes the modest(?) proposition that all Representatives to secrecy for misrepresenting -

TILE BEST CITIZENS TO BLAME. of Jackson ; M. A. Trapp, of Jackson. brief period of discussion on this subject, I other ports and harbors in the State forego his constituents.My .

Since the Cincinati riot the jury system Delegates from the First District-J. G. the chamber was the scene of bedlamic i their claims for appropriations from the statement before the committee I en-

tas been harshly criticised. It has been de- Long, of St. John's ; H. W. Chandler, of confusion. :Mr. Springer shouted from the national treasury in order that the entire close herewith.

dared to be a failure by many whose opinions Marion. Alternates-Thomas Hind, of Put- platform of the clerk's desk, that, in view. amount allotted to Florida may be con-
D. C. Martin of Alachua.All RIVER AND HARBOR BILL.
are entitled to attention. Some of the nam ; of the probable change in the executive offi- centrated upon the improvement of the St.John's .
WASHINGTON May 1.-The House Committee -
leading journals of the country have said the delegates-at-large are officeholders cers of the Government at the coming elec- bar, which it claims is of vital im- on Rivers, and Harbors expect to
and all for Arthur for President.
that it could no longer be depended upon to tion, he hoped the Democratic House of portance to the entire State." It is true that complete the consideration of the River and

Promote the ends of justice. If a movement After Completing the harmonizing process Representatives would not pass this bill Jacksonville is, or would be, if contemplated Harbor Appropriation bill to-morrow-
the convention adjourned sine die. Saturday. The total amount appropriated
were started to abolish the system itIS and thus pension permanently on the peo- improvements were carried out, an impor- will be between $12,000,000 and $13,000,000.Not .

i doubtful if it would have much support. THE CONFEDERATE HOME. ple a lot of political dead-beats who'have tant port, and deserves a liberal appropriation all the appropriations have yet been

May of been them in posi- but not perceive that its importance It is possible that an effort
those who now condemn the sys- NEW YORK, May The entertainment imposed upon judicial ; we can agreed upon.
tcm House last to the of West will be made by some of the members of the
would< at once become its strongest sup- given at the Metropolitan Opera tions. is greater people .

porters. There is not so much to be said night Confederate for the Soldiers benefit in of the Richmond Home for was ex-a After passing the bankruptcy bill early in Florida than their own port, Pensacola, or Ito committe the amounts to make already a. horizontal decided upon reduction"of before

:against the system as there is against the great success. The house was crowded and the week the Senate proceeded to burlesque the people of South Florida than Tampa, they are reported to the house. The bill as

Way that it is crippled. It works well the receipts large. The exact figures could. its dignity by indulging in an animated and or even to those, of East Florida than Fer- now prepared appropriates for the Mississippi -
enough ill the country, where the juries are not be ascertained, but it is thought that the not very brief debate on the grave question nandina, and it strikes us that our cotem- Cairo river, $500,000 and tributaries from Cairo$1,200,000 to the Illinois

made. u pot Ie best and most responsible proceeds aggregate several thousand dollars.A where, in the list of officials entitled to the porary exhibits an astounding amount of river, $200,000 from the Illinois river to Des:

citIzens. There appears to be no trouble floor of that chamber, the Commissioner of cheek when he asks the people of those sec- Moines, $300,000 from Des Moines to St.
hand in the employ of the
there in Betting verdicts of where RAILROAD Agriculture should be placed. Senator tions to consent to their own robbery forJacksonvilles Paul, $500.000 for the Missouri, $600,000 for
there "guilty" Waycross Railroad was killed at Callahan the Ohio $35,000 for the Allegheny, $40,000
lssood: Saulsbury ridiculed the debate by the remark aggrandizement. Jacksonville -
ground for believing the accused recently'while coupling cars. A train handon for the Monongahela. For the continuationof

parties are guilty. It is in the towns the Florida. Railway & Navigation Com- that it was just such a question as to is an enterprising city, and all Floridiansfeel the work at Hell Gate. New York, $3GOr

and cities that: the jury system is condemned who shall be first lady of1 the land. a pride in her advancement in wealth 000 has been agreed upon.
road was dangerously and perhaps
and, strange to say, it is condemned the pany's The Senate is now discussing the cattle and prosperity ; but the sooner her citizens
best by fatally hurt at Waldo on Thursday. Men THE Republican State Conven-
Class: of citizen' The bill, and Senator Coke attacks the measure learn that she is not the whole of Florida, respective
men who persistently who are exposed to constant danger seem tions have sent large Blaine delegations-
shirk jury duty are the ones who are to become careless from long habit, and are that is so inimical to the local interests of his the better it will be for her future prospect. from the North, and Arthur men from the

foremost in asserting that it is a failure. The frequently killed after years of service. State with the vim of a Texas cow-boy." -Tampa Tribune April 26. South. Logan and Edmunds lag behind.it t


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WHEN JIO TITERS tJ"A Tell. he had been born. Being' ">i now"' possessed -II U I am 'at. your.-s rvice," I said, "t if I you I feel'I' .' ust-be armed with the authority of I'
of an, income which'enabled you will only tell me how I can advise He : a :Delation.; And even in that case
When mothers watch beside' their children's; him to indulge the ambition of his you?" on. His eyes dropped before ..mine. what good result could be anticipated 1
: And cradles kiss the, brows and golden hair, wife and his daughters, it was decided 'Some hussy Has' got hold'of' Benjamin He seemed to be afraid to follow the if the woman played her part discretely -
They do not see sunny the future that is coming, that he should fix His residence in one j !.v cried the. poor woman, andI goo'l impulse that I had roused in i and if Parley held firm? Amore
E Though life is made of grief, and pain,and of the suburbs of the city. Mrs. Parley I don't know where to find her. him. I tried again.U'Vithout hopeless domestic prospect so
care. and her two girls, established in a : What am I to do? Benjamin's too repeating what.Mrs. Par- far, had never presented itself to'my
But God'is good to all the tender mothers; genteel villa," assumed the positionof i deep for me, I believe.I shall go mad !1"' ley has said to me," I proceeded, I view. It vexed and humiliated me
He veils the future, with its pain and sin ; ladies," and old ,Benjamin when She fell back. ,q n her chair and began may tell you at what conclusion I to find myself waiting helplessly for
Though ent sometimes gladness.Yet fears may dim the pres- tima hung heavy on. .his hands, was ; to beat her hands on her lap. If have myself arrived. It is only doing events. What else could I do?
'. never can they quench the hope within within half an hour's walk of' his col- I permitted this liysteric d-agitation to you justice to suppose that your wife On the nextday :Mrs. Parley called
; '* leagues in the police'force.. But for proceed in its usual course of develop- has been misled ,by false appearances. I and the servant followed his instruc

_, ...--- Yes. God is very good to tender mothers; my Lords generosity," his wife remarked ment the household would be alarmedby \Vi1l'-yorr-go"back to her and satisfy tions.
"". They see no thorns upon the golden head, "he would not have had that an outburst of screaming. Therewas her that she Has been mistaken." On the day after (with the pardon.
Of him who plays among life's earliest roses, resource. If we had gone to Perth- but one way of composing Mrs. She wouldn't,believe me, sir." able pertinacity of a woman in despair I
That bloom hour, and then are
dead. a fleeting shire he would never, in all likelihood, Parley, and I took it. Will, you at least try the exPeriment ) she wrote to me.
.. have seen our city again.'' "Suppose I speak to your husband," ? The letter has long since been destroyed -
s .Yet Was she,never the model spared of all the earthly pain of mothers knowing To give you some idea of this poor I suggested. He shook his head doggedly. but the substance of it remains -
I this : fellow s excellent character, and of the Oh, Mr. Sheriff-" Quite useless," he answered. 'Iy in my memory. It informedme
.. ; I Though the Christ Child played with blooming high estimation in which he was deservedly In Mrs. Parley's excitable Welsh wife's temper." that the governess was actually
I ; roses, held, I may mention that his nature even gratitude threatened to I stopped him there. established in the house, and described
The must for all her prayerfulbliss.
cross. retirement was celebrated by the pre- express itself hysterically. I checkedthe "Make some allowance for your her, it is needless to say, as the most
:T fI.. sentation.of a testimonial. It assumedthe new outbreak by putting some necessary wife's temper,'' I said, "and don't for- shameless wretch that had ever
I:.;,:'; ,To catch them his, dimpled hands and softly warm quaint form of a receipted bill, questions. The few facts get that you owe some considerationto breathed the breath of life. Asked if
,{;# As mothers do, between her own, was representing expenses incurred in- -winch I succeeded in eliciting did not your daughters. Spare them the he had obtained a reference as to her
pain. furnishing his new house. I took the present my coming interview with the shame and distress of seeing their character, Parley had replied that he
\b : She felt the nail prints on their velvet surface The landed father and mother at old
''\.II chair at meeting. husband in an encouraging light. enmity. was enough to know how to engage
,: .' t I She could; not save her lamb from being gentry, the lawyers and the merchantswere After moving in the new house Par- His manner changed ; I had said a governess ; that he refused to
'J1 slain. present in large numbers ; all ley had found some difficulty (natu- something which appeared to give answer impertinent questions, and
: : To look-He slept-upon his snowy eyelids, equally desirous of showing their rally enough) in reconciling himself to him confidence. that he had instructed :Miss Beau-
And know that they should close upon respect for a man who, in a position the change in his life. From time to Did my wife say anything to you mont"' (this was the lady's wellsounding
:1. To the Tree-the smooth and stainless beset by temptations, had set an example time (as his wife had suggested) he about our girls? he asked. name) to follow his example. She
.:,::'. gaze forehead upon, of incorruptible integrity from looked in at the police office and "Yes." had already contrived to steal her way
} '_. ( And know that there great drops of blood first to last. offered the benefit of his experience to "What did she say ? into the confidence of her two innocent
,.r;., should be. Some family troubles of mine at his colleagues when they were in needof She thought you neglectful of your pupils, and to produce favorable impression -
:.,;, When mothers watch beside their children's that time obliged me to apply for advice. For awhile those visits to daughters." on a visitor who had called at
: cradles, leave of .absence. For two months the city produced the good results Anything else, sir? the house that morning. In one
And dream dreams for them of
.:,'t'f and fame bright, joy duty was performed by a deputy. which had been anticipated. Then "She said you had, at one time, word, Mrs. Parley's position was, on
:. '::1 Let them remember "Mary's trust, through Examining the letters and cards followed the very complete and very acknowledged that the girls ought to her own showing, beyond the reach of
: ,\ anguish, which covered the study-table on my suspicious change in him already related have a good governness ; but she now help. As I had anticipated, the fake!::;
:; And ask all blessings through the Holy I found morsel of with While the husband and finds indifferent to the best inter-
/> ,, : ,! :Name. return, a paper to me. you governess played her part with discretion -
:! 1 : .d. --r some lines of writing on it in pencil, wife still occupied the same room at ests of your children." and the infatuated husband
d signed by Parley's wife : When you night, Mrs. Parley discovered that He lifted one of his hands with a asserted his authority.Ten .
'j can spare time, sir, pray be so good as Benjamin was disturbed by dreams. theatrical gesture quite new in my experience days later I happened to be
.'i : .,;,i' BY WILKIE COLLI S. to let me say a word to you-at your For the first time in all her experienceshe of him. driving through the suburb of our
.. 't house." heard him talking in his sleep. She said that, did she? Now, Mr. city, and I discovered Mrs. Parley in
1 ;,, The scene is a famous city in Scot- The writing showed plain signs of Here and there words escaped him Sheriff, judge for yourself what my close conversation with one of the
.{ ; land. agitation, and the last three lines were which seemed to allude to a womana wife's complaints of me are worth I younger members of the detective
j The chief personage is the best police underlined. Was the good woman woman whom he had called "my have this day engaged a governess for force, named Butler. They were
::1 officer we had in the time when I burdened with a domestic secretandwere deara woman who had apparently my children." walking slowly along a retired path
.t ,j served the office of Sheriff. her husband and family not ad- placed some agitating confidence in I looked at him. which led out of the high road, so in-
f '. >f. He was an old man, about to retireon mitted to her confidence? him. Sensible enough under other Once more his eyes dropped before terested apparently in what they had
..:; a well-earned }pension, at the period I was so busily occupied after my circumstances, Mrs. Parley's jealousyhad mine. to say to each other that they failed
t v k, i of my life .to_which my arratl.v re- absence that I could only _make an hurried her into an act of folly. Does :Mrs. Parlev know what. .you. to notice me though I passed close by
I } fers. A theft of a priceless picture, appointment to see Mrs. Parley at my She woke her husband and insisted on have done? I inquired. them. -- -
'". f which had escaped discovery oy the breakfast time. The hour was so early an explanation. The result had been She shall know," he answered The next morning Butler presented
'/ i other members of our police, roused that she would be sure to find me the institution of separate bedroomson loudly, almost insolently, when I return himself at my office and asked leaveto
; .\ old Benjamin Parley to exert himself alone. the pretense that Parley's sense of home.*' speak to me. Being busy that dayI
k for the last time. The moment she entered the room I conjugal duty would not permit him I am obliged to you for coming sent a message back inquiring if the
.; Going to Lord Dalton, the owner, saw a change in her, which preparedme to be the means of disturbing his here, Mr. Parley. Don't let me detain matter was of any importance. The
: he stated his own conclusions and for something serious. It may be wife's rest. Arriving correctly enoughat you any longer. answer returned was : "Of the most
';, offered to take the case. perhaps desirable to add, by way of the conclusion that he was afraid of Does that mean, sir, that you dis- serious importance. He was immediately -
r i : "As well-informed officer Lord explaining a certain tendency to excitement betraying himself, Mrs. Parley had prove of what I have done ? admitted to my private room.
; Dalton said, you are no doubt aware and exaggeration in Mrs : tried the desperate experiment of following I pronounce no opinion." The little I had heard of this young
"I'i: that I am one of the three richest Parley's ways of thinking and speaking him privately when he left the Does it mean that you doubt the police officer represented him to be arising
men in Scotland. Have you also heard !?, that she was a Welsh woman. house. I governess' character?" young man,'' resolute and
that I am a stingy man? '' Is there anything wrong at home ?" ,I A police officer of forty years'ex- It means that I regret having clever, but not very scrupulous in
,' I have heard exactly to the contrary I asked. perience, with a secret to keep, sees troubled you to come here-and I finding his way to his own ends.
my Lord," Parley answered, She began to cry. before him and behind him, on his have nothing more to say.'' Thoroughly useful, but wants looking:
1. ',:" with perfect truth. You know how proud I was, sir, right hand and his left, at one and the He walked to the door, opened it, after. There was the Superinten-
i! ., ': Very good. You will be inclined of our grand house and our splendid same time. Poor Mrs. Parley, discovered hesitated, and came back to me. dent's brief description of Mr. Butler.
i"''. ';' '. to believe me when I tell you that the income. I wish we had gone wherewe as a spy, felt the look that "I ask your pardon, sir, if I have He thus began: "My business re-
: money value of my picture (large as first thought of going, hundreds of her husband gave her (to use her own been in any way rough in speaking to lates, sir, to something that has hap-
: ... I it may be) is the least part of its value miles away from this place I wish expression) "in the marrow of her you. You will understand, perhaps, pened in the house of Benjaminc
in my estimation. The Sheriff tells Parley had never seen his Lordshipand bones." His language had been that I am a little troubled in my Parley. He has gotten himself into a
:_;' ; me that you have a wife and two never earned that great reward equally alarming. Try it again' he mind." He considered with himself, very serious scrape. Mrs.: Parley told
?,> daughters at home, and that you were You don't mean to tell me," I had said, and you will have seen the and took from his pocket the snuffboxto me, sir, that you had permitted her
., ': about to retire on a pension when you said, "that you and your husband last of,me." She had naturally been which his wife had alluded. I've husband to speak you. May I take
.: '.; offered me your services. At your have quarreled ? *' afraid to try it again ; and there she given up the habit, sir, of taking snuff. it for granted that you have heard of
:q.' age, I must take that into considera- Worse, sir-worse than that. Par- was, at my breakfast table, with but, It's slovenly, and-not good for the the governess? Parley met the woman -
: ; i i \ tion. Do you mind telling me what ley is so changed that my own Husbandis one hope left-the hope that the health. But I don't feel the less hon- in the street. He was struck by
4 l' income you have to look forward to, like a stranger to me. For God's Sheriff would assist her. ored by your gift. I shall prize it her personal appearance ; he got into
+ 'P:" i adding your other pecuniary resources sake don't mention it In our old Such was my interview with the gratefully as long as I live." conversation with her; he took her to
,: 4 Y U j K; (if you have any) to your pension ? I age, after sleeping tpgether for thirty wife. My interview with the hus- He turned his head away, but not a restaurant and gave her a dinner;
i ;. j Parley answered the question without years and more, I'm cast off. Parley band produced one result for which I quickly enough to hide the tears that he heard her interesting story ; he
{ ,:.: t ; hesitation and without reserve. .has his bedroom and I have mine was in some degree prepared. It sat- filled his eyes. For a moment all that fell in lovevith.her. like an infernalold
".'', .:,':.. .'1 He was not an easy man to astonish ; She looked at me-and blushed. At isfied me that any interference on my was best and truest in the nature of fool-oh,.I bpg your pardon !
t 1," but Lord Dal.ton's next words literally nearly 60 years of age, the poor creature part would be worse than useless.I Benjamin Parley had forced its way "Quite needless to apologize, :Mr.
: struck him speechless. blushed like a young girl.It had certain claims on Parley's to expression. But the devil in pos- Butler. When he permitted the woman -
"t. : ',,' Put my Raphael back in the frame is needless to say that the famous and respect, which he had session of him was not to be cast out. to be governess to his children,
I'f{' : within a month from to-day," said his question of the French philosopherwas gratitude recognized with heartfelt sin- He became basely ashamed of the he behaved like a scoundrel as well asa
." :.i:: ;. Lordship, and I will treble your income on my tongue ; "Who is she? cerity. When we now stood face to good impulse that did him honor. The fool. Go on. You have discoveredof
' 'l ;;: and secure it"to your widow and but I owed it to Parley's unblemished face, before a word had passed be- sun is very bright this morning,'' he course, what object she has in
, !'.i' ; children after you. reputation to hesitate before I com- tween us, I saw one thing clearly- muttered confusedly ; "my eyes are establishing herselfin Parley's house?"
t t i';. .'' I, In less than three weeks from, that mitted myself to a positive opinion.The my, hold over him'was lost. rather weak, sir, I wish you a good I will ask leave to tell you first,
'i 1;: date Benjamin, Parley (just arrived question of the beds was clearly "For Mrs. Parley's sake I could not morning." sir, howl made the discovery.
t 3 'i from Brussels) walked into the picture beyond the reach of my interference. allow myself to be discouraged at the # "Why ?"
( 'T '. gallery, and put .the Raphael back In what other ways does Parleyseem outset.C& Your wife was with me yes- Left by myself, I rang the bell, and Because you won't believe who
h;,;: into the frame with his own hands. to change? I inquired. terday," I said, in great distress." gave the servant his instructions. liMr. the woman really is, unless I convince
I n+ : He refused to say how he< had recovered "Seem? she "I sir that wife beforehand that I have com-
repeated. "Why, am sorry, my : or Mrs. Parley called again at the you .
ht:. the picture. But he announced, even the girls notice it They say should have troubled you." house they were to be told that I was mitted no mistake.''
,. ; with an appearance of selfreproachwhich their father doesn't care about them His voice told me that he had suf- not able to see them. "Is she a person of celebrity ?"
: which entirely failed to deceive Lord And it's true In fered and still is known there is a
now. our present was suffering keenly.I Was this a harsh act on my part ? SHe wherever
.t'',e,<' Dalton, the disastrous escape of his prosperity! we can afford to pay a governess also noticed that the lines markedby Let us look the matter fairly in the newspaper published.''
r 1 prisoner on the journey to Scotland.At ;' and when we first settled in age in his face had deepened. He face and see. And conceals herself, of course," I
1t,, 'i. a later period, scandal whispered the new house, Parley agreed with me evidently felt that he stood before mea It is possible that some persons not said, "under an assumed name?"
444{f ;q that this same prisoner was a vagabond that the poor things ought to be bet- man self-degraded in his old age. having had my experience of the "And what is more, sir, she would
I '
M member of my Lord's family, ter' educated. He has lost all interest On the other hand, it was just as plain worst aspects of human nature might never have been found out but for the
d and that Parley's success had been in their welfare. If I only mentionthe that he was determined to deceive me have been inclined to attribute }'lrs.Parley's wife's jealousy. Everybody but that
J':: due, in the first instance, to his wise matter he Oh bother if I his into liking
old wheedled
now, says': attempted to penetrate secret. suspicions to her jealous temper woman was
I .ifI;, courage' in daring to suspect a nobleman -. and discourages me in that way. You My one chance of producing the and might have been not unwill- Miss Beaumont. Mrs. Parley believed -
t: ', s relative. know, sir, he always dressed respecta-- right impression as to appeal to his ing to, believe that her husband had that charming governess to be
.- bly, according to his station and time sense of self-respect-if any such, engaged a governess for his childrenin an imposter, and, being determined to
: 'j In relating the circumstances which of life. That's all altered now. He sense was still left in him. perfect good faith. No such mer- expose her, applied to me for advice.
i :;. made the generous nobleman and the has gone to a new tailor ; he wears "Don't suppose that I presume to ciful view of the:matter presented itself The one morsel of evidence that induced -
skilled police officer acquainted with: smart cutaway coats, like the young interfere between you and your wife," to my mind. Nothing could be me to look into the matter came
'm,., I; each other, I have borne in mind men ; I found an elastic belt among I resumed. In what little I have plainer to me than that Parley was an from the servant girl. Miss Beau-
:; certain results, the importance of his clothes-the sort of thing they advertise now to say to you I shall bear in mind instrument in the hands of a bold and mont's.bedroom was at the back of the
iJJ:; which you have vet to estimate. The to keep down the fat ,and pre- the high character that you have wicked woman, who had induced him, house. One night the servant heard
: day on which I3en'aminJ'amin Parley re"m' serve the figure. You were so kindas always maintained, not only among for reasons of Her own, to commit an her softly open her window, and saw
ceived his magnificent reward proved to give him a.snuff-box on his last your own friends, but among persons act which was nothing less than an her empty her washhand-basin into
i] i .. ', '-' to be the fatal,day in his life. birthday. It's of no more use to him like myself, who.are placed above you outrage on his wife. To what purpose the garden. The customary means of
.- He had: originally planned retire now. Benjamin has' given up taking by the, accidents of birth and position." could I interfere ? The one person emptying her basin were, of .course,

';Ltll' ; :' 'a c. to the village In Perthshirejn'x which snuff" -..- Y od are very good,, -,..sir.. I assure who could help poor ,Mrs Parley ready and waiting in her room. Have

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into actor'sdressingroom -1 of the the examination ?" FINE : 4n' "" ..".'" -
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ever dropped an charge prisoner. I >ost-inortein ; -S3, I. k i' .In"; -"" .
you he has done It "'Ve made no discoveries. ; ,: < ( ,
sir, when ,was my business to see her placed, "But there must have been ..;.........................................................;jfr aF'i.
some: cause "V "! :ii" '
in the > f
work on the stage? railway carriage under proper .. of
his '
for his death? "
Sometimes.ttU guard. The train started in the morn- "I called it 'decay of nature' on the r IILLINER .-.;::ba.p;\:. ;: a:'s; r :: .,. ..

Have you accidentally looked in ing. She refused to leave her bed., Asa certificate," my friend answered. "A e..............................-............................ ,''. r' .7 -:. i : '
the basin when he washes his face before matter of course I was sent for in mere pretense The'man's constitutionwas : : : .C' ::: : :, .:
sound and he had, not reached 70 !
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home an
he emergency.The .> I r ..;
goes <
I remember."' murderess net beautiful years of age. A registrar of deaths has .. J I ,. '. '.p- ,
that was a q '
Not nothing to do with questions of senti- KING'SBAZARHATS i:' -

In such cases, sir, the actor often woman; she was not, even a pretty ment. A doctor's certificate is bound to '::', .. .. ,. :r ,' ,

leaves what you may call a tinge of his woman. But she had a voluptuoussmile deal with facts, otherwise-" : "'- ,"":". .1'- .'," ," '-., ',

complexion in the water, and the color a singularly musical voice, a fine He paused, and drew me out of hear- BONNETS RIBBONS .. ; -.
ing of the'mourners lingering in the ,
might strike an observant person. IfI figure, and a supreme confidence in ; -' ,' ":F"

Had not begun life on the: stage, it herself. The moment I entered the ,churchyard."Don't mention it among my colleagues FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS.i. THE FLOUID.t',.,. '

would never have occurred tome that room the. ;horrible] creature tried her ," he said.U If there really is .

Miss Beaumont's on for privately power of fascination on the Sheriff.. such a thing-Benjamin Parley has died A Fall Line of Elegant Laee and Mail Fichus, rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.*:,:

emptvingher basin might be connected. She assumed the character of an inno- of a broken heart." -

with a false complexion: cent victim, overwhelmed by sufferingof -------- CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS. Fernaiidiiia,

removed, you know, at night! and puton body and mind. I looked at my MIGHTY 1st of January INTERESTING, 1884, to READISG.Froliithe the 1st of Jan. Linen Collars and Kiel Gloves, Towns on II. It. Line ;
again the next morning. A mere watch and told her she had no time to nary, 1885, we are to<< .have an interesting

will say, and more likelyto lose. Not in the least disconcerted succession of stirring events of which everyone And Cedar I[( .
you All of the Latest Styles.
; be'wrong than right. I don't dis- she shifted to( a new character; she will wish to hear. Two military campaigns -
are at present in progress-that of El .
pute it; I only say that my guess encouraged took me, gayly and cynically into her Mahdi in the Soudan and of the French in FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, '

me to make one or two inquiries confidence. :My: dear sir, you would Tonquin! -both! of which are approachingthe '
critical point. The next session of Par- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
, It's needless to trouble never ,have caught me she"sai if ,
j you, liament is to be marked, acording to_the announced Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear. t '
sir, by speaking of the difficulties thatI I had 'not made one mistake. As purpose of Mr, Parnell, by a bitter number of the most eligible and desirable
found in my way. Let me only say governess in the family of an ex-po- struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel .

that I contrived to get the better of lice officer I should have been safe their to English Ireland and some Scotch measure,colleagues of homa-rule.to concede r : i i : i : i II! '! }-411 11 i : 11- !II i : I i-t-+iI Lots, suitable. for Business, PllrP,' .Si.sor.Jorqt.. : .- .". -

them. Last night, after old Parley from discovery if I had not taken it In default of thi, Mr. Parnell promises to I SUMMER GAMES.ii'i t City or Suburban Residences, ;, : .'. .
safe in bed, his wife and his servants for granted that I could twist Parley'sold employ his following to so obstruct the I : \
was -ii-'i l--i I !- !11'1! -: { i 1 II"i ; M :-a-F i !-{-}- '
and I invaded the sanctuary of woman round my little finger transaction; of parliamentary business as to 'I-I' UPON EASY TERMS.' <::-,
render the presence of Irish members at St.
Miss Beaumont's room. We were not like the rest of them. Who would Stephen's intolerable. This program ru insures Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, ,

! at,all afraid of waking the lady, having have thought she could have been a succession of exciting scenes in Par Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

I taken the precaution (at supper time) jealous of an ugly old husband at her Gladstone liament. The proposes new to reform carrduring bill which the session Mr.- MARBLES, KITES, ETC. parties engaged in manufacturing or int1 1 -

I of giving her-let us say, the blessingsof time of life? Wouldn't you have of 1884, will also doubtless excite -ALSO-

! :a good night's rest. She had seemingly said yourself. All that sort ,of thing general interest in the United States as well rial enterprises, who will erect on the property

been a little irritable and restless must have been over long ago, whena as throughout the British empire. Vastlymore Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.
interesting to American readers will be purchased substantial improvements
before elie went to sleep. At any woman is 60 years old or more ? the discussion to take place at Washingtonwithin .

rate, her wig was thrown on the floor. Can there be jealousy without love ? the next few months over our own KING'S BAZAR, for residence, or in which :to conduct their

We passed: by that, and went to the And do we love when we are hideous reform bill. The Republican: members of ,
She her back her mouthwas flabby creatures covered with wrinkles the present Congress- are onnosed to tariff Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. business.
bed. lay on re!.)rm.: The Democrats, it'is said,' are
open, and her arms were flung outon ? Oh, fie fie !I" divided, the majority j of them favoring, the INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURt
either side of her. Her own pretty I took out my watch once more. minority opposing it. Which will get the I. : ; i'
II upper hand? Will the hi h-tariff Democrats 0. S. OAKES ERS, by exemption for a term of years from
If I don't hear that
fair hair was not very long, and her you are up cooperate with the Republicans to maintahithe

false color (she was disguised, sir, as a and dressed in ten minutes," I said, present absurd law ? Or will the Demo- taxation, offered by the several cities and '

dark lady in public) was left that 1 I I will have you wrapped in blanket crats act together, and send a.'reform tariff CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, t
bill to the Senate, which the Senate will de- towns. Apply to .
and neck and hands.So and taken to the station
her face railway by
night on
*' cline to pass? Every step of the strugglein And Manufacturer of CHAS. W.' LEWIS.
far we had only discovered that she main force. the Capitol at Washington will be watched Fernanclina.'Office ., .

was what Mrs. Parley believed her to With that warning I left the room. with lively concern all over the country, FLOORING, CEILING, MOLDINGS, cor..Beach f.7th,sts. ; "' ,,
and by the time the '<
unknown. It The woman: in charge of her told Congress adjourns pub- t
be-an imposter, was me
lic mind will be ripe for the opening of a ,
left for me to find out who the woman afterward that her language was to Presidential campaign which, it is safe to FANCY SCROLL SAWING, ". '
really was. The fastening of her terrible to be repeated. But she was say will exceed in warmth any of its predecessors ; :. ':, ) ,.:,

night dress around the throat had quick enough to see that I was in Maryland since Legislature I860. The at Annapolis meeting of on the the BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, : ., ,:.'.. ,: : >;.

given away. Her bosom was expose earnest, and she was up and dressedin 2d of January, and the reassembling of the NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS.

Upon my soul I was terrified when the time for the train. Baltimore City Council later in the same
month, will prove also events of engrossing
truth burst There it
upon me was, interest. But supposing the existence of a STAIR and CHURCH WORK a SPECIALTY. .

sir, and no mistake--there, on the When I tell you that Parley*/ was citizen concerned about none of these things, ". .. ....... ,,
right side, under the right breast"I one of the witnesses examined at the I,I still he will need to read The San for news Elevations and Floor Plans, with esti- : "
trial will understand that of the thousand and one other events of f .' i..:, ..
started out of my chair. On my YOU we far mates, furnished at reasonable rates. ."
interest that go so to make up the cur- '
writing table lay a handbill, which I had relieved him of the serious chargeof rent history of the world. The period is Jtg*Orders by mail promptly attended to. ; ,, ';: .>'t

had read and reread until I knew it being (in the legal phrase) "an accessory one of rapid movement,and the citizen who Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 '
by heart. It had been distributed by after the fact.*' He went to does not take a paper is sure to be left be-
hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora
the London authorities throughout the London still firmly convinced of her paper, now is the time, before the actorson GOOD NEWS for NORTH-BOUND DO"W"'SJAMAICA

United Kingdom, and it contained the innocence. She was found guilty on ir- the world's stage during the year 1884 TRAVELERS !
description of a woman suspected of a resistable evidence and sentenced to have taken their places and begun to play GINGER CORDIALIS
death. their parts. When it becomes a question of
terrible crime, who had baffled the On the conclusion of the trial Parley securing a reliable newspaper, which will New Montgomery RouteVIA

pursuit of the police. I looked at the had not returned to his family ; he had contain all the news, succinctly expressedand but NOT contains AN ALCOHOLIC all the medicinal EXTRACT, '

handbill ; I looked at the man who not even written. His wife followed fairly reported, the proper course to ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root.proper-It
was speaking to me. him to London. He seemed hardly to pursue is plain : take Me Sun. GEORGIA & FLORIDA IXLAXD STEAMBOAT CO. is very pleasant to take, and

Good God i"! I cried did know her again.
Through the influence of friends in HEADACHE,
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"I saw it, Mr. Sheriff, as plainly as authorities, the poor wretch gained admittance BETWEEN I' COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC

I see you:' to the prison while the crimi- THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE.: FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH. DIARRHCEA, DYSENTERY,
And the false eyetooth on the left nal was waiting for execution. His wife --
heard what happened at that interview, The Steamer St. Nicholas PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels,
fide of
her mouth
? Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably
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On the evening before the executionhe
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passed a hysterical crying.
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versation took place which I have just That was Four :Months..... 2.00Two Weeks...25 Cts. = Street, Fernandina, Fla.
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London-and would if I felt They SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cts. FERNANDINA EVERY MON- without peppei. 22
recognize, loss of reason when he had gained the and Friday mornings,

myself at liberty to mention it, the capacity to feel and to suffer. No such THE BALTIMORE-"WEEKLY SUN. on arrival of trains from JACKSONVILLE,
name of the most atrocious murderessof result attended his recovery. CEDAR KEY and WILDWOOD, at 9.30,
modern times. On the same day he spoke of her to A Giving-a Week's Events in arriving at :Montgomery G.30 p. in.; con-
others for the first and last time. He Newspaper necting there with the City&Suburban Rail-
said with Compact Shape. for SAVANNAH arriving at 7.10.
very quietly, a remarkable way s
The warrant was issued for the womanV stillness 'in his face, "Is she dead?" Leave SAVANNAH every Tuesday,Thurs
and Saturday mornings arriving Fer-
arrest. witnesses They answered "Yes. He said no
Competent nandina at 6.00 p.m.; connecting with trains
identified her and the of more. TER Cash in Advance. Cedar and Wildwood.
preliminaries The next morning his wife asked if he Invariably for Jacksonville, Key
Free to all Subscribers in the United
the law took their course. would go back to Scotland with her. He States Postage and Canada. -- .....

To me, the serious part of the dis- was quite ready to do anything that she .- The Steamer David Clark Will be mailed CDCCto all applicants and to
covery was the part which cast sus- wished. Two or three days after their customers of last F nCC year without ordering it.
picion on the unfortunate Benjamin return I saw him. His gray hair had be- ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. Will leave Fernandina every Tuesday and It directions contains for illustrations planting ,all prices Vegetable, descriptions and Flower and
white his Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and invaluable to al1.
come perfectly ; manner was -- Seeds Plants, etc.
Farley. Appearances were indisputably subdued; his face, full of vivid expres- 1S84Premium Copies 1884. Darien, arriving at Savannah the following D. M. FERRY & CO.D i..

against him. He was not only sion in past days, seemed to have fallen to Getters Up of Clubs morning.Leave Savannah Monday and Thursday -
suspected ; he was actually chargedwith into a state of changeless repose. That For the Baltimore Weekly Sun." evening, arriving every at Fernandina the following -

assisting the murderess to was all.I day.Through .
from justice. For the trouble that was not quite satisfied. A month Five Copies......................................$ 5.00 tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia -
Had now fallen him I could be of later Mrs. Parley asked me if I thoughta With an extra Copy of the WeeklySun Boston, and Baltimore.For .
on friend of mine, who was one of the one tickets and state-rooms, apply to ,

some use in assisting Parley and in greatest living physicians, could do Ben- TEN coPIEs.year..................................... 10.00 W. B. TUCKER, Agent, FOR SALE CHEAP :
comforting his unhappy family. jamin any good. I asked what was the With an extra copy of the Weekly { Office foot of Centre Street, AND SLABS,. '/
You will hardly believe the assertion, matter with him. "He seems to be Sun one year, and one copy of the Fernandina. Fla.J EDGINGS 10 cents per load.
getting weak," was the only reply. Daily Sun three months. A. MERCIER,
but I declare it to be true, the man'sinfatuation The same day I took my friend with FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00 General Passenger Agent. ROUGH LUMBER,
kept its hold on him more With an extra of the WeeklySun J1< N. HARRIMAN Manager.OFFICES .
me to Parley's" house. After looking at copy From $.3 to $16 per M ft.,

firmly than ever. His own interestswere the patient and putting some questions, Daily one Sun year nine, and months.one copy of the Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.:, Jacksonville, Fla. according to quality.

yof no sort of importance to him ; he asked to be allowed to make a com- THIRTY COPIES ..... ..............' ........ 30.00 Bull and Congress Streets..Savannah, Ga DRESSED LUMBER, .
he seemed plete examination. The two retired. $12 to $20 per M. feet.
to be but little affected even With an extra copy of the WeeklySun
the When they returned :Mrs. Parley was and of the Daily Sun Notice. attended to.
by distress of his wife and family ; one copy Orders by Telephone promptly
little alarmed. "Is thcre
naturally a
his one year.Getters All holders of the 8 cent. (Freeland)
one overwhelming anxiety was for anything that's wrong, sir?" she asked.. Railroad per WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,
Bonds of the Florida Company are
prisoner. I believe in her innocence And to my astonishment, the doctor an-. up of Clubs will find the above hereby notified to meet at my office in the Steam Saw and Planing Mill.

," he actually said to me, as swered, "Nothing Uat I can find out. city of Fernandina, on Thursday, May 1st, Street. 8
I believe When liadjgff the house I put the of determining what Office foot Centre
in my religion. She is falsely we terms'the most liberal.that can be offered bya 1834r for the purpose
accused question to himYhat does this disposition shall be made of the remaininglands
sir of that horrible crime.
mean?" held by me for the benefit of the
He was incapable of resenting-he "It means," he answered, "that the First-Class Family Journal.; Bonds still outstanding, andto provide. for ---FOR- -- ."

was even incapable of appreciating old man is dying, and I can't find out accrued expenses on same. .
1 M. A. WILLIAMS, Trustee. +
the cruel deception that she had prac- why." 'I SINGLE COPIES. by mail..3 Cts. tf.Fernandina, Fla., March 29, 1884. CaINERY.C
ticed on him. In one word he was Once in every week, the great physician =
visited Parley, always refusing to. _I\--- __ _. t,
more devotedly in love with her. thane take his fee, but now and then askingto The safest method of transmitting money M/ RS. :DR. WJI. BAKER'S \. H.

bring a medical friend with him., ;'t s MAGNETIC LINIMENTNo OF ALL KINDS;

The order came to have the woman One day lie called on me and said: "'Y e by mail is by check. draft or ,post-office humbug. A sure cure for Rheuma-

removed to London, to be tried at the have obtained the widow's permission to -' ," tism, Neuralgia Deafness, Malarial Fever, Go to F. M. Robinson,

Central Criminal Court. Parley heard make a post-mortem examination. Waita money, order.,:, : ." ', Nervousness Chills and Fever, Catarrh,
little." Quinsy. Diphtheria etc. Price, two dollars
the most moving terms he I waited until, the funeral was over Address .A. ABELL, &;Co., Publishers der bottle. For sale at 184 Duffield street, .
entreated me to have her set at liberty and then returned to. the subject. .. '''. Sus Inox BUILDING, Brooklyn, N. Y.. and at Horsey & Co's drug JAOISONvILLEy FLORIDA,

and to trust him with the duty:of tak- "What discoveries did you' make at ', '," '. "'>',,' Baltimore, Md store. Address Box 176, Fernandina, Fla.






., THE FLORIDA 1>MIRROR : MAY 3, 1884.

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: I. ,
.tj J:<, THE EOIUDA IILnon. south are constantly bringing addi- TIlE NEW ORLEANS EXPOSITION. States. We do 'not at all concedethe : THE SPRING EXODUS.

' 1: *;t.:1 iI 4 GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR.' tional territory and additional population We are very glad to observe a paternal theory that the States There is something unique in the

1) into connection with this port. simultaneous expression on the partof obtain power or aid from the general shifting population of Florida. By

'i.,,,;I i :'.,"ft ff*;,, Subscription 82 per year; .six months 81. The facts we have stated stand for many of the leading papers of government. the 1st May the invalids, the tour

":, ;. :.;+.: Office, corner Centre and First streets,second floor. themselves, and confute the idea the State urging a popular' subscription I TIlE COMPTROLLER'S-- ---- ---REPORT.-- ists, the fashionable visitors, have all

,.:. .,-1t. RATES OF ADVERTISING. advanced by the Times-Ui1ion that to the New Orleans Expositionfund left. Of this class there have proba-
3 ''. Ten cents line for the and five for The balance on" hand July 1,
a first cents
, t '\ each subsequent insertion., the St. John's river bar is the most and abandoning all other 1883, was the sum of.............. $78,240 41 bly been fifty thousand in Florida.

.:4 '.: Special local notices 15 cents a line. important public work in progress schemes for raising funds except a Receipts:- They have been thronging our

..;f,'f. >;;;;. Special Reading rate notices for time 25 cents advertisements a line. application or,that its claims are paramount.Now direct application the people.It For general revenue tax......... 166,139 36 streets, our hotels and steamboats.

upon .......... ...............
,11 -',' _. at the office.Communications. what has the St. John's received has been well remarked that License tax : 100,149 27 Their seal-skin sacques have aston-
s ? the first $150- of-the Commission tax.................... 2,752 00
. .: $125,000 year, the sober second thought .'people ished the natives and their
e ..1--H I 4 upon aU matters of local interest Hire convicts...... ................ 4,03000 pointed
.iS; .,sVl 1 solicited the lines! from of all Florida parts- of the county and from. 000 the, second. year, and $100,000the is always substantially correct. Auction tax.......................... 464 88 shoes have given point to remarks in
T f F ,' :,:" ..(-_ ,:+ All communications intended railways.for publication third year-in all $375,000. That some ten or fifteen thousand Costs criminal prosecutions...' _*T 477 05 the rural districts. The hotels kept

f ) '.' ,:, should be addressed to the Editor; all business ,What has Fernandina received ? dollars will be needed is the estimateof Sale digest and laws.............. 40 00 by Northern men, with imported
;r 1 F : : letters to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. .....
simply Sinking fund and int. tax 67,685 26
: the first the
$30,000 $100,000 those the matter speciallyin
' -'-.,-"', year, having -- servants, poultry, and meats, have

.ii ': ;,. ; SATURDAY, ,HAYS, 188. .second year, and $50,000 the third charge. The assessed valuation Total..................................$420,878 23 been the subject of criticism and
J i .year-in all $180,000. of the State is $55,000,000. Each Disbursements comparison, and they have

::'i l .;{', :{' ," ._, BAR IMPROVEMENTS. The Engineer Department reported county. will doubtless undertake' General expenses.................. $251,278 56 In June and July another gone.exodus

, .',: Bonded and interest.............. 80,566 67
' : t+ that the water on the St. through its Exposition Committeeto will follow of
1. lei f't Balance on hand.................. 89,033 20
,f \. ',:'. :, ;v;' "TIMES-UNION.: John's bar could be deepened to 15 raise its fair proportion. Taking --- made homes here and go back to

,t: ',;' t.;;,,' '''1" 'l'. We certainly have no desire to an- feet at low tide, with a tidal rise of $10,000 as the sum to be raised by Total.................................. $$420,878 their old homes to visit relatives and
"I j.
' .t 'r) -'' J tagonize the St. John's bar improver 4 feet; that Fernandina bar could be ,individual subscription, the counties The expenses of the Legislaturewere friends, and to avoid the supposed

i! M"'(; .Ii ment, or the interests of Jacksonville deepened to '21 feet at low tide, anda might assess themselves in propor- per diem, and mileage... $53,823 58 heat of a Florida summer-often
r /. Printing, Legislature, etc......... 17,169 08
.. '('I ..f; ; in any way, but the position taken tidal rise of 6 feet. Now, suppos- tion as follows: .,' ? .-.. Jurors, witnesses ...................... 52,632 57 times less than they experience in

'; i ,' ,l :":t by the Times-Union, and the course ing the two harbors completed, Assessed State Taluatimijar Tax. Maintenance lunatics............... 32,843 30 the North. Another class of resi--

1' "f\, oj ::' pursued by Col. Bisbee, Member of which of the two would be of the Duval.........:..............$5,900,000 $800 Salaries executive department.. 20,100 00 dents of Florida go somewhere for
I1i .i ....... ......... .... a
!:, Congress for the Second :District most importance to the State, St.John's Escambia 3,491,140 500 Salaries, judicial. 33,346 49 in
: ............ .. change the summer. Some to
Orange. .. ...... 3,438,089 500 Expenses, collection revenue.... 25,127 56
'I t : ; ,.1 calls for a very plain criticism. with its possible 19 feet, or Alachua 3.041,550 500 The bonded debt of the State is, the elevated up-country of Georgia,

:"t t t. t ,:t The Times-Union says: Fernandina with its 27 feet? Aboutall :Marion ...?' 2,901,559 500 viz.: North and South Carolina, Virginiaand

." : ', ...t 1 .\.-1.t /' No man can truthfully deny either that that was expected at the St. John'swas Putnan...... 2,535,903 500 eo 7 per cent. bds, '71.$350,000 00 Tennessee. An inconsiderable

: the St. John's to increase its to about Sumter 2,030,851 300 6 per cent. bds73.. 925,000 00
.. ,1.eI jetties are the most important depth number come to the seashore.
; P public work in in Florida at Leon 1,905,005 300 8 per cent old bds.. 1,500 00-1,276,500 00,
progress the same as Fernandina now possessed Nassau................. 1.859,432 300 Of which in sinking Florida seaside resorts on the Atlan-
; this time, or that there is none which has
i :> .':f suffered so much from inadequate appropri- i while it was proposed at Fer- Volusia 1,816,904 300 fund.............$100,000 00 tic coast might be made very attrac-

"Oft r t "t t : .;, "ahons..' nandina to make it equal to the demands Jackson...................... 1,660,330 300 In school fund...... 304,800 80 tive to our people. The expense,
t "4i Hillsboro 1,595,385 300 In Seminary fund.. 89,400 00
'.; *1 .: : i. ; Why are the St. John's jetties the of foreign commerce as an Jefferson ........ ...........1,516.880 : 300 Agricul.Col. fund.. 134,800 00689,000 00 however, must, be reasonable, and

1'.b, r ;.l 11 most important public work in progress Atlantic seaport for the whole State. :. Madison 1,542,450 300 -- largely below those of the tourist

.? We object therefore to the as- ......................
;,: ,:"i 1 in Florida? What is there in Monroe 1,403,458 300 Leaving in hands of individuals winter hotels. What people need is
i' .' sumption of the Times-Union. We Suwanee...... 1.336,381 300 ........................... $587,500 00 beds substantial
. nature which base : good plain
.; ; "f. : } or reason on to good
claim :Manatee ... 1,339,999 300 The sinking fund also holds $19-
,.j :J such an extravagant assertion ? recognize no paramount no Hernando 300 and well-cooked food. Under these
000 in United States 4 cent.
i; '.-: There are properly seven counties priority or precedence. We set aside Santa Rosa.................. 1,238,320 300 per conditions, with excursion rates, our

.J 'f ...".1, bordering on the St. John's river the arrogant assumption that the .I Columbia................... 1,188,542 300 bonds, which makes the sinking people would take advantage of and
St. John's river is the great natural Levy 1,120,686 300 fund now amount to $179,000, par
OJ. '. :'J with an aggregate population of 44:1 ,- greatly enjoy the seaside resorts in
Bradford 1,093,724 300 value which reduces the debt to
:\ I! ::1 455. We do not include Marion, arteryof commerce and regulator of Polk.........................1,039,999 300 proximity to them, and a trip to the

'I ',,.!,. which barely touches on Lake freights. We admit the claims'of Hamilton.................... 1,017,296 300 $1,097,000.The coast would be regularly arrangedfor.
1 '. George, and has no direct business that improvement to an equal share Gadsden .-.. i008,286; 300 Comptroller says : .
and proportion of the amount esti- St. John's 999,315 300 The revenue for the year 1882 has been
with the river. The counties of St.
':": 300 collected with unusual promptness, and it The Fernandina :MIRROR thinks that we
mated for the respective works in Clay
', ), 'John and Volusia and Brevard have Brevard....................... 793,455 200 is a pleasure to speak of the efficiency with are in danger of arousing antagonisms whenwe
r'. ', ** also harbors and a sea coast of their Florida, and no more. Walton 679.550 200 which the collectors have generally discharged urge the paramount claims of the St.
I .' /zt' own. The county of Putnam has Baker.......................... 554,308 200 the delicate duties of their office, John's bar upon the liberality of Congress.
and the readiness of the in manifested
Wakulla .. 426,810 200 people responding Such antagonism will be only by
b railway communication with the RIO UTS. Lafayette 414,030 200 to the demands upon them for the sup- the unthinking or they who are actuated by

J: : West via Gainesville, and with the Senator Jones, in the discussionof Washington................ 412,484 200 port of their government. In this connec- selfish considerations. No man can truth

,{ ,t North by rail via Jacksonville,,. and the contagious diseases among Holmes.........'....:T?..,<.,.-.'- 345,533; If.- 200 tion it is well to state that much of the past fully deny either that the St. John's

is not dependent on the! St. John's I animals bill took strong States- Franklin .. .,*.-.&. ....:. ',32052" .:' 200 due taxes, represented by tax: sale certifi- jetties are the most important public
." ': ,: very Liberty..............-."....:': "'' 300,622' 200 cates held for redemption, has been paid, work in progress in Florida at this
+ A ; Y bar. When the railroad is completed rights ground in opposition to the Taylor 561,868 150 amounting to the sum of $12,618 79 for the time, or that there is none which has suffered -

::., to Sanford from Palatka, neither bill, which, he claimed would in- Calhoun 202,976 150 years 1882 and 1883. so much from inadequate appropriations. -

.:k, ; Orange nor Volusia will be dependent vade the rights of the States by in- Dade 63,978 50 As a correct and efficient assessment of In this, as in other things, we must
the property subject to taxation is the foundation each take our turn, and it is the interest of
T I on the river for the transportation of troducing an odious system of in-
I $11,750 of our revenue, and consequently the the State that the St. John's river, the great
., ,1 :t, their products. Allowing the utmost spection and interference with the The railroad and land support of the machinery of the govern- natural artery of commerce and regulator of

'. it.;', J claim, however, there are but private rights and interests of the companies 5,000 ment, it is of the first importance that those freights should have its turn first.-Times-

.; lH i one-sixth of the counties and one- : citizens of the States."I This estimate which is certainlya who are entrusted with the exercise of this Union.We
If f i should be of sound
',!!r '.;: sixth of the population of the State i say," said Mr. Jones, "that the very reasonable one, would give responsible ment and good duty business qualifications.There judg-. have elsewhere discussed the

.: that have any direct relations withY best and surest security we have for the sum of $11,750? from the coun- is no more important office in the subject of the paramount claims of

.1'. the St. John's bar improvement. the continuance of this system of ties, and deducting ten per cent. for State than that of Assessor of Taxes; and the St. John's bar. We are quite

I ':,.t '1 On the other hand, let us examine government is to keep its powers deficiencies would still leave over the difficulties they have to meet is fully I ready to concede that the Times-

': F ; 1 the transportation routes to the seaboard within the limitations prescribed in recognized in this department. A majority Union is unapproachable in the line
$10,000.No of the incumbents have done their'
I3\ present "
from the intel of "selfish considerations. We
; at our organic law.
county in the list would ad- work in"a creditable and satisfactory manner -
:;, l rior. The Florida Railway & Navigation Senator Williams, of Kentucky, snit that it was unable 4l '' or unwillingto and ''it is hoped that those who have must each take our turn, but we

lines which terminate been less successful will make greater effortsto must have our turn first is its
l r Company's interrogated Mr. Jones as to his; position raise the amount named, and
I come up to the requirements of the law to the rest of the State.
: : 1-, at Fernandina, embrace the in reference to the educationand many communities would take a and the demands of the responsible posi- proclamation

:}. l counties of Nassau, Duval in part, quarantine'bills, which, he pride in raising more. tions held by them. STATESMANSHIP in seems
:: I.s t Clay, Bradford, Alachua, Levy, claimed were analogous to the bill Let this be taken in hand at onceas We believe that our present able in
consist in effort to
I .: { f Marion and Sumter. Leaving out before the Senate. from and efficient Comptroller fully real- an keep
; r a popular subscription everyone ; with the sentiment of the
:t;. 1'I' the population of Dual and Clay, Senator Jones insisted that the however small the sum. izes the defects in our present reve- supposed for his dis
constituency-every man
1'; ; the remaining counties traversed by same principles did not apply, and County committees must take hold nue system. In former years we

.,"i ,:oll'':, :\ ,' ;,,r. the Transit Division embrace a based his support of the educationbill of the matter, and. !, each memberof had not only to contend with the in- trict. Pennsylvania has which a schemefor
revision of the tariff
:. ', ;' :, : population of 52,708 which have a in this wise. He remarked : the committee agree to canvass a efficiency and imperfect character of proteeth and
x natural and direct outlet at Fernandina. "I said that this Government had broughtinto all Pennsylvania interests
f.: certain district. With willing hearts the assessments, but there was a
:,. "( existence five million citizens and in- leaves the balance to take care of
: the amount can be raised at once. large per centage of loss from failureof 1
) vested them with great public rights and themselves. Pennsylvania will vote
(. Without going beyond this simple -
the Collectors of Revenue to
duties towards this Government, and after account !
SENATOR CALL'S SPEECH ON TIlE undoubtedly for a Republican candidate -
( comparison, it appears that ret this Government had decided to place themin for the amounts collected.

t; garded either as to extent of territory this responsible position, however late it EDUCATION BILL. Under the better provisions of ex- in any event. So it is lost

in direct may have come, I thought it was perfectly We have received' Senator Call's time trying to help Pennsylvania
or population connec-
:l : isting laws the Comptroller has been
; competent for it to aid in qualifying them speech on the Education Bill. Mr. Democrats on the tariff question.Notice .
tion with the of Fernandina
;. : port able to control this matter and to
r for the discharge of the great trust put in
Call puts his support of the bill on
that.this port is of more importance "
m them.
the loss from this source to a of Removal
the State than the St. John's river. the general welfare clause of the
to We think that, logically, Senator ; minimum. I beg to inform my friends and customers

!t 11-i it : But to this territory and population Jones' argument on the cattle disease Constitution and places himself on that I have removed my place of businessto

I is to be fairly added the counties of bill applies to the education bill, the broad construction ground, and THE Times-Union seems to be un- the Swann concrete block near the' foot

:: ,';' Hillsboro' and Hernando, and in a but the, Senator evidently could not discovers in the Constitution powersof willing to let go its favorite idea of of Centre street. Thankful for past favors,

i : short time and Brevard aid and encouragement capableof a legislative appropriation for the I hope to merit a continuance of the same.
.1' .,.,: veay Orange find it, in his heart to vote against R. G. :McQcmr.Fernandina .
at, the south, and the counties of what he regarded as a beneficial indefinite application with entire New Orleans Exposition. Most advocates Fla., April 18,1884.

)K Y. Baker, Columbia, Suwannee, Madison public measure. safety to both, and to its most im- of an idea would, in the face
| portant factor the States and their of almost Summer Silks,
Jefferson, Leon and Gadsden, general yield per-
F. THE tariff discussion drags its 40 cents a yard at
t.J all of the latter seven being already separate and reserved powers. sonal opinions and seek to accom- J. & T. KYDD's.

: : .: connected by rail with this port, and slow length along in the House of Accustomed, to the teachings of an plish the desired purpose by other

containing a population of 81,000 Representatives. Each member is earlier, and we think safer, genera- means. The simple, straightforward New Goods.
I his for the of Large lines of new goods in every department
making speech perusal
tion adhere to the old theory of
1 : additional, having the natural out- we : plan of a popular subscriptionis 'at J. & T. KYDD'S.

I' let for their trade at this port. his constituents. our government: That the powersof being urged by the press. We

; It is, moreover, to be observed IN the case of cx.::enator Kellogg, of the general government under have no doubt that the county com Amelia Beach.

Lousiana, under indictment for complicity the Constitution those expressly THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the
,are mittees will
x :" that the St. John's river will never move vigorously in this
i' ',. in the star route frauds, the statute of limita- supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will be
the convenience of given or fairly deducible; from those direction and not be influenced
.1 any tion was successfully pleaded, and Kellogg by pleased to receive her old friends and the

11 .. larger territory than it does now, under the, instruction of the court held not given, and that, all, other powers of the one-idea plan which. the Times- public generally. Choicest oysters, fish,etc.,

f while,the, railway. extensions to thei guilty. government are reserved to the Union uselessly advocates. constantly on hand. tf.

} :1; ',1 ,..\,-: i..;" ,: ,:.: '. :,. "' 'J'I: i',, :"_',,':. .'.'. ",,. ". --' ,- '.fir'." ',-. ,. .. '. .,J: ""'., '' ,: .: .. ', .:,: ,:, -' : '. ',,'..:" >,-:: -'. ,>. .. ;' .' -. ;o.
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'p THE. FLORIDA MIRROR : MAY'- 3,, 1884. ':

--'-- .......". '"'-' '-'.''t-'"....,'''"'..,-- -. .. .. .,-
Traveler's Guide. -. .
:f;. '.t : i. -: t, ,: : '
XBANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.Passenger ,, ,. .. ,.'. ... ,. aP X-Y-OO: : :
Train leaves .. "f': ;1: ,1 _
: ;. ( ;; ? :J"":" ; ,
darKevandWildwoodandints .
ForC on Transit Road...:.... 7.20a.m. .: ., ,'> ] : .f(;..,. 4w-.ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF .
allpoForSayannal i and-11 points Korth ,",'- : : I ; 1-.J: :

\\'est........ ........... .7:10 a.n1 : .
(teOnUCCtln.'canah'an, : PAUL FUNKE'S' I
For T llahassee, NEWI I :
the Florida Central fe ; .
i Tats on Railroad...... .......... ... 7.20a.m.. J. _
rn :
wcz at Baldwin.) +++-++-it-It If-It-++-++-+.n+-+|+-+i ; I fY1'-++++4+++-It-++++-It-If-+I+-MJH-'"
(connecting Passenger Train arrives-: :. t :. :I SPRING, AND SUMMER 1
Day .
Key' Wildwood, and
Frcm Cedar iv Transit; Road.. 3.50 in.
all ixints on the : p. DRY GOODS EMPORIUM I ,
Savannah and all points in .
Fro m[ North and West............... 3.50 p.m. t :
From Ac Tallahassee, Pensacola. and '" ..' -....." t1 GOODS [
on the Florida Central ++ ++ + +++++H +++--+-1-++++++
all points s Railroad..............? 3.50p.m.
k .
2&rKeyWil? Train
iuXori: the Transit Road;:...... G.40 p.m.
ForSavannah and all points North FERNANDINA FLORIDA GOODS and SILKS
and West" ............'"i"P'm' ,
connecting at Callahan.)

for( Tallahassee the,Florida Pensacola Central,and all& JUST RECEIVED AN IMMENSE STOCK OF NUN'S VEILINGS, BUNTINGS

\Western\ Railroad..................... G.40 p.m.'
connecting at Baldwin.) Lawns Cambrics Percales Prints White
( ht Passenger Train arrives Dress Goods Silks Satines Goods.Laces .
FroZ Cedar Key, Wildwood: and -
Transit Road... 8.25:
the a. m. \
aU prints
Savannah and all points m FANCY GOODS WaITE GOODS etc. and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and InsertingsAFULL -
From the North and, cst.................. 8.25 a.m. .'!1.'*' LINE of the newest patterns. .
From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and ,

all Western points Railroad on Florida.......Central............&.. 8.2oa.m. SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS; Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.
Our Spring Clothing for Men and Youths
FERSAXDISA k JACKSONVILLE R. R. has arrived, and for style

Tra leaves daily, except SundayFor (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' .
Jacksonville... 9.50 a. m. and 6:00 p.m.
Train arrived daily, except Sunday Hamburg Edgings Gloves and Mitts. Furnishing. Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties. '

From Jacksonville..8.50 a. m.and 5.00 p. m. 1 B-We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New
Sundav ol ly-
For Jacksonville........................ 5.00 p.m. ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
From Jacksonville....................10.25 a. m.
E Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing .
f'romSamunah,via Montgomery,: Furnishing Goods elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer.

Steamer St. Nicholas, Tuesday, .
Thursday and Saturday G.OOp.m. Jcc -JI.: :JJ: :) ,
For Savannah, via Montgomery. .i,' 7
Steamer St. Nicholas, Sunday, CI..C>'raJ: : : Gr, .' .i Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., \
Wednesday and Friday............ 9.00 a. m. .
From Savannah,by the Bridgeton, X6rNEW! YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. j-jFERNANDINA, FLA.
Tuesday and Friday................. G.OOp.m. BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS -
For Savannah. by sttamer City of ,, -
Uridgeton,Tuesday and Friday G.OOp.m' RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS

For New York direct by steamt.hil's -
s State of Texas or City of MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE
San Antonio,Thursday: evening............... 1
From New York direct, by City of SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS _
San Antonio and State of Texas, .
very Friday........................... 3.00 p.m. FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .
fUtamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday .
and Friday ....................... 2.00 p.m.' :FUNKE.: : : .
FurSt. and
Marys Dungeness, on
Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. m.
Fort: Marys only, Monday and
Thursday................................ 8.00 a.m. .
ticamcr Martha arrivesFrom
St. Marys and Crandall, on
Monday and Thursday............. 7.00 a.m.
Fmm St. Marys and Dungeness,
wi I Wednesday and Saturday.... 1.00p.m.
From St.Marys\ only,Monday and
Thursday........................... ..... 2.00 p.m.


Having recently established a WoodYardnear
Duryee's mill, provided with all the FINE STEAMSHIPS--
atttssarvmachinery for sawing and splitting
OF TExA s, .
lam now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, 1\lODEJ: ERC'S: 1,42 TON
sawed to any lengths,for either stove or fireplace CAIIONDEI E'I 1,508 TONS.

Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. YOUK.

Tracts containing twenty acres each of

:suitable tioice.high for; orange hammock growing land on and Orange truck farm-Lake Have just received :an; entire new stock in every department, from the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEIINANDINA FOR NEW YORK
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
*mg n?,very arc IIDW conveniently offered for situated sale. for These transportation lands- Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash purchases sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. .

,by water or rail, and will be sold on enables us to offer our entire stock at such low This Line, having no Transfers between Fernantliiia and New
forms to suit purchasers. Titles are unquestionable. York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
Also valuable timber lands in FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
taw bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, The traveling:: public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
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
ROYAL Rof ',7A and all ask is to call and for
eistn arise we give us a price yourselves,and see the1IYi1YiENsE FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
'r 4tu. Pier 20 East River New York. 51-


to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of ... H. E. DOTTEREH
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11151'011'DE1t Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.WE
'It punt.v- never varies. A marvel. .
iw. strength wholesomeness.
a I Ott d t-vononiical than the ordinary kinds, PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. :
cannot be
sold in with the
:ultit O \\Udt''of low test short weight,alum or HAVE JUST RECEIVED ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF. .
'l'\l .,1 powd crs. Sold only in 001J.1. /.$. I
lOn>( Wall Street. New York. 100 :JJECEJS: I/iAT: I'aNGS: -I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES!=- .

HOTEL INEW: YORK. -j -ttf* J:-. ,
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AIL find first-class accommodations at
LL7S .
1I0TEL. .
Location central, near
tlt"atd lt. macerate and horse cars. Nice rooms,excellent : :;-ODE .BRO'S NEW GOODS Received. by Every Steamer.,. .
prices ; ; ;
man bahs. ; Turkish Electric andAVesi v-.. .
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Twenty-Sixth St.,New York. 18lyV'vQx;/ ": ;. ,.... FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. .Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FLA.- ,;-,:.
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;. GENERAL, DIRECTORY., BAKER COUNTY. \ Sheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. RAILROADS. With Tampa Steamship Compan.s --
it County'Judge- D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of 1 axes-Henry W.: Long. ers for and from Key West MnrJ;t eun-:

{' .. United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons; Sanderson. Collecor of Ret.tltue'v.. F. Trantham, IME CARD Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee and
2. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. J S day and Friday. t llen-
f Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine For information
Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- respecting routes.
5 Jt :' Regutu-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPANY. etc., apply General Ticket Office;

.. t '... J Receiver-John F, Rollins, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. dma, or to the Com P an Y's offices, ill Femaa.
.f .; i;;, Surveyor-General-Yalachi Martin, Talla- derson. S. Baron West. In son ville. Jac E.
; ... County Judge-Chas. Key Effect April 14th, 1884.
: Hi hassee. Superintendent of'Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. ----

11 r. ,, : '5: DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson.. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION.FERXANDINA FLORAL CITY ROUTE

't:}t:. ,Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr:, ( TO CEDAR KEY.) -

rl} JlarsJtal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge: J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) CENTRAL & WESTERN DlVlSIQx
'; :.- .! J' Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAUOOCHEE
,: J INTERNAL REVENTE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West. GOING SOUTH. Rl tjn I
Ii .....1; '' Harris v Day Pas. M Pas. WESTWARD.
: : Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent. of Srltool--J; .."V. ,Key. Xo.
: 3.
West. -- A.M. P.M.
., i' 1 3 Butler. : T Xu, tccom.
;; COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Leave..Fernandina..7.20 6.40 \ .
ffj. COUNTY. ;
Collector 1Iail
of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes,
Leave Jacksonville......
Leave Harts Road Junction... 7.50 7.25 7.00pm
:F :. :" : / "...."; ,,"...;. ..:.:; John Edwin W.Higgins Howell, Jacksonville.Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. ScJiools L. B. Rhodes :! County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, l"" (.:nan- Arrive Callahan.................... 8.38 8.25 Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.10 pm g 0.\.1 u ""a 111
of dina. dam
I 41"' I.' 'Jf.f ', John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Leave Callahan....................... 8.50 9.10 Leave Baldwin......._.. 900pm .. ..... !
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Clerk J. A. Edwards Fernandina. .
't;: $.::. .S Leave Dutton.................. ..... 9.17 9.45 ArriveLake CIty.........11.50pm 10
'J : ,:, ( BBEVABD COUNTY.County Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch............. 9.32 10.02 44 Live Oak............ 1.40am II dam?

;:"t", .s&; : $ State OIHccrs.H Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer Arrive Baldwin..................... 9.50 10.25 Madison ............ 4.00 a m 1.tit,9am}
,t :, Point. nandina. Leave Baldwin....................... 9.55 11.00 Monticello ......... 5.30am f'Sa"JlII1
: -: .' .. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott.' Fer- Leave Maxville....................10.22 11.2.1 Tallahassee........ 8.00 a m ;o.ar);:

; .' < Governor-Win.. 'D. Bloxham Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. i Leave Highland....................10.40 11.48 Leave Tallahassee......... 8.40 a m ...
r Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- ,A rri'e Quincy .............10.20 ..
I'I't.: i Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Beth- Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. :Moses, Georgian A.M. a m ;
.( :: botham Callahan. "
,f ; : :::: '.. el, Key West.Secretary na. Leave Lawtey........................10.55 12.07 Chatta. I"n er_.....1'>.1- am Glanm Pill
'f. of Stale-John L. Crawford, Tal1 Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Temple.....................11.10 12.29 EASTWARD.

; J 1 lahassee. lando, Orange county.Superintendent County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orlando. Leave Starke......................:.11.30 12.39 \o. 4. Xl '
S' 'j :ftt.. Comptroller-" D. Barnes,.Tallahassee. of k>cJutol' $-M. E. English, Clerk-J.-P. Hughey, Orlando. Leave Thurston................ ....11.48 12.57 Accom. y!a :
; S Tallahassee. Titusville. Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. P.M. Leave Chatt'chee River :
: ; -S Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle, Sheriff 2.00 p m In -,
: .. t.I' Attorne y-General-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNT!. Assessor of Taxes-James* M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo.......................12.03 1.25 Arrive.. Quincy.............. 3.45 pm u v{ I'
;t '.; hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Reid, Fla.Collector. Leave Waldo.......................12.20 1.40 Tallahassee....... 5.19 pn i-:!;i! m
.'.f..j. .1" Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. of Eet'tlme-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.. Leave Gainesville.................. 1.05 2.36 Leave Tallahassee! .....? 5.45 pm J >
t ; Tallahassee Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Leave Arredondo.................. 1.23 3.00 Arrive Monticello........ 4.50 p m VV%
-l-; .' :iI: ; Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, Leave Palmer......... ............... 1.35 3.15 Madison: ............ 9.45pm :r" "'i'!

f. :':. .S; J Foster, Tallahassee. .. Springs. Fort Reid.- ,' Leave Archer........................ 1.51 3.35 Live Oak...........11.50 pm :-, :!I ,
r t 'ff.. A djutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Bronson....................... 2.20 4.10 Lake City.......... _2.15 a In tV; ; ':'!
.'. 1 V{; !' OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of'Rerenue-A. S Chalker. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.57 4.53 Baldwin ............ 5.20am M,* ; I!
T.' *1 .t BUREAU Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, (;Clerk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka. Leave Rosewood ,................... 3.30 5.44 Leave BaldwIn............ 6.00 a m III. !)

.. i1 : Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shally. Arrive Cedar Key.................. 4.00 6.20 Arrive Jacksonville...... 7.30:; a m 0.v0: pft)

I ''tl see. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A.. J. Woods. Trains 1 and 2 daily Trains:
; and
:; i I Clerk-11. C. Long, Tallahassee. GOING 4 'Ia:-
'.1 S Special Agent-Columbus Drew. Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives,Jr.,Lake City. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph Price. ; NOitTII.Den/ PO$. M Pas. except Sunday.A .
j. Building, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. A.M. P.M. special train will leave Jacksonville ,,

.: "' ''.\ :;':' Sheriff( J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.00 7.50 8.45 every morning to make close conner.
.''\ '" SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 8.30 tion with the Day Passenger Train 'III, 'I;.
:'I f' "; ; Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. II. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.03 9.10 Transit it Peninsular Division arrivin- 11

,. :j! Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39. 9.50 Baldwin at 9.45 a.m. Returning, leave Bui

;:: see. Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Archer......................: 9.07 10.25 win at 1.25 p.m., arriving at Jacksonville
: : .f'5; ;i. Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner Leave Palmer ........................' 9.23 10.47 2.00 p.m.O:1iy .
;; ; r. Jacksonville.Clerk County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack Perry. Leave Arredondo................... 938 11.07 line with Soup TRAINS Jacksonville
: : '. -V. II Foster; Tallahassee. sonville. County Treasurer D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Gainesville.....'.............10.00 11.45 to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers

'. ...\ 4; 1 CIRCUIT JUDGES.First : 'Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Arrive Waldo.......... ............10.42 12.40A. Jacksonville- to New Orleans daily
"" "' / J C'ircuit--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pent Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. M. $& Take the FLORAL CITY ROT'TF

:. .' ::b r sacola: Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson. Leave Waldo.........................10.52 2.00 Central the NEW SHORT LINE via the florid!
and Western Division.ST. .
.: .;'. Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Thurston..11.13 2.30
1 !+ Collector of Rezenue-Moses J. Brown, Leave Starke........................11.48 2.47
.,; I. 'g'.. "t F ."'t see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. .1. tine.County Judge-M. R. Cooper, ,St. Augus- Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55 MARK'S BRANCH.

.I. ; Fourth Circuit-James :M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Russell -i Clerk Bartolo P. M. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave Lawtey....:....................12.17 3.20 Leave
t j ville. Jacksonville. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez St. Tallahassoe.................... ... 8.00am
"' Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- I Augustine Leave Highland...................12.33 3.40 Arrive\i'akulla... .
11 :Fifth HAMILTON COUNTY. ; Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. ? 9.05ara
Leave Maxville..12.53 4.05 '
: v1l1e..i Arrive St. )! (
".i ; :; Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine.Collector F. Llambias, Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.20 4.40 Leave St. Mark's...10.iiin)( ;': )
t 1 Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. St. of Ret'enue-Joscph Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.23; 5.20 .Arrive Wakulla..10.)an.
.1 h t. Sherijf-SamuelAltman, Jasper. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch........... 1.45 5.40 Arrive Tallahassee.ll.tam
: .,' Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Sc/wols-C. F. Perpall, Leave Dutton......................... 2.00 5.55
t.I t,. Court Calendar. Collector of Rc.-venue-'V. H. H. McLeod. St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.28 6.30 COX ECTIOXS.

.11' Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 2.35 G.55 At
CIRCUIT. Jacksonville
L FIRST Schools J. W. Reed with Waycross Line for
of ,
.. 3.20 7.50
Leave Hart's Road Junction.
; Fall Term- County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg all points North and East With the Fernan
;L Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. i Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.; Arrive Feman !1a................. 3.50 8.25 dina & Jacksonville Short; Line for Fernan

4';k'! Walton, 4th Monday in October. I Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. f!iJ'"' Day Passenger daily except Sunday'; dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
1}; Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- I Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
I-t 1 in October. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph Hutchinson, At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen.

\ ,:;1 Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville. insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer
1 Mickler Brooksville. School.s-A.
Sheriff-J. Superintendeiit of H. Helven- DIVISION.
October. nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
.t t..,;; ;. Jackson, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. (WALDO TO WILD WOOD AND LEESBURG.) At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida!

.1 October. ville.Collector SUWANEE COUNTY. & Western Railroad.At .
; Revenue F.:M.Hedich Brooks- GOING SOUTH.
'1 .. Escambia, 1st Monday in December. ville. of County J1l.dge-)1. M. Blackburn, Live Day Pas. Jtt Pas. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
< This act amended section 2 of act of February Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satxirdays. -
Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, P.M. A.M.
i i. 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Dade. Oak.Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Waldo........................12.25 1.40 .
.'. :' Spring Term. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Dixie.........................12.47 2.10 At Chattaboochee River, with the Pensa
I;i THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.County Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Hawthorne............. ...? 1.03 2.33 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
.1 '" ,. Spring Term- Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Lochloosa................... 1.20 2.57 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans'*.
t 1" ';.: Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Welborn. Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28 Louisville, and all points West, Sonthwea

':,{ April.Madison. 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 Apa--
r, S : '. .' ,. 2d :Monday in April.Hamilton Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Live Oak. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula.
> ; 4th Monday in April.. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COU1TY.Cottnty.TltdgeJames Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48 The Shortest Quickest and Best Route 'o(

I ;' .- Suwauee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter- Leave Ocala............................ 3.05 4.45 all points West.
.... in Schools W.P. Henderson Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
S April. Superintendent of prise. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40
::( Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. Arrive Oxford....................... 4.00 G.OO secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office.
.;I in April.Lafayette. JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. Leave Wildwood.................... 4.15 6.51 and at new office southwest corner of Bay

,:;;(.. 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen Arrive Leesburg.................... 4.55 7.35 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
; April. SJteriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. ,
Fall Term- Ticket and Pass.Agent,
'" Clerk W. C. Bird Monticello.
Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen A.M. P.M.
after 1st in
1st Tuesday Monday Fernandina, Fla.
.': I' Taylor, Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Leesburg...................... 6.20 6.00
October. C. MAXWELL: ,
I < 2d : in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, Leave Wildwood.... ............... 7.00 6.55 Master:
t Madison Monday of Transportation,
: : Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise. Leave Oxford......................... 7.17 7.08 Baldwin, Fla.
after 4th Mondayin ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40
Suwarmee 1st Monday W. G. COLEMAN,
l October. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42 General Traveling Agent.Jacksonville ,
'. Columbia 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin ticello. Sheriff Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22 Fla.
''Ii; October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.28 D. E. MAXWELL,

t Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Leave Sparr's......................... 9.00 9.45 General Superintendent
'1'': 1' in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. Leave Orange Lake................ 9.15 10.08 Fernandina, Fla.
i : FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County TreQ.Urer'V. W. Walker, Craw- Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45
': : Spring Term- Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.55 11.15

:. It" St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector f Ret'enue-R. C. McMillan,Craw- Leave Dixie.........................10.12 11.35 !"-TILE NEW STORE.
; if' Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville. A.M.
It.: t Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- Arrive Waldo... ..... ............10.36 12.15
.. .4 .' :. Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. Jl2!-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; :a \ W. F. WOOD, Jr., }} S

'! ,.I. ./ Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. Night Passenger daily.F. .
Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
1st in :May.
.. ,; ; Fall Duval Term Tuesday Old Town. Professional and Business Cards.E. {{ Proprietor, ]EI'

iJ ., St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.

S.' '"a : T" Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. ; LEROY JONES, :M.D., (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) C> C>
} \ Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. .
'f 1 :'. Baker 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON GOING SOUTH.
t l .J'J 1'J Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Leave Fernandina... 9.50 a. m. 6.00 p. m. :a:

'1{ : Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, Leave Hart's Road..l0.30 a. in. 6.29 p. m.
:is FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Arrive Jacksonyille.11.35 a. m. 7.20 p. in.
s sAND
J Spring Term- Tallahassee. FERNANDINA, FLA.. ,GOING NORTH.
I l' Sumter 3d :Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Leave Jacksonville.. 7.30 a. m. 3.15 p. m.

a' Marion, 4th Monday in :March. Collector of Re'lenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Calls answered promptly day or night,and Leave Hart's Road... 8.21 a. m. 3.45 p. in.
1 1. \ I Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th :Monday in hassee. Medicine furnished without extra charge. Arrive Fernandina.. 8.50a.m. 5.00p.m. S Sr
)Iarch.'J Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Office hours :-a. m. until 8 ; p. m. 1 to 2 Sf" Trains daily except Sunday.

'' Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in and 7 to 8. 22 ly* i SUNDAY EXCURSION. -: :EC
:March. ', COUNTY. .... .. ... .
'J Leave Jacksonville.... .. ... 9.00p.m.
', ;,. Alachua 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. DR. W. E. SNYDER, Arrive Fernandina..10.25 a. m.

4 l; March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. C> CC >
t .. i,. : Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. 8 Arrive Jacksonville.................... 6.25 p. m.
It. l.,i. ..., Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-I*. B. Barco Cedar ill .z > \ Fernandina, \ 33
ii Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. H c
I 3d in November. Schools-J. B. Menden- =
L ; Putnam. Tuesday Superintendent of 8 CONNECTIONS.AT .
;' Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. :B \ Cor. Centre & Third. } STnE

'. i i Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. t"1Z .=.., FERNANDINA, FLA.,
I November. -
: :; SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi H :::: -- With New York and Fernandina Steam- NEW STORE."'
1 4 &.2 ship Line from New York on Tuesdaand
5 : Spring Term- n -
: A. Parrimore
.' 4th Monday in January. for New York on Thursday.
} Orange,
I ," Volusia, 3d :Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah BOOKS AND STATIONERY.

; ',.' -.,",: ; -' Brevard, 1st Monday in :March. Madison.Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, IV. Ii. BAUKNIGHT, and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT .

'{ t Dade 3d :Monday in April. AGENT, CALLAHAX.
: '. 1: ,
: ."
". County Tre '
Fall Term-
1 To and from Savannah and Charleston,
Collector Rez.'enuen..
i J' :. Orange, 2d Monday in August. Madison. of D. Wordsend, AND STOCK DEALER and all points North and West, daily.AT Tookseller Stationer
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. I
,'., ',. t Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson; Mad- ANDDealer BALDWIN, FLA.: Printer and Binder. i
iu Ice
+'r ; I Dade, 2<1 Monday in November. ison. To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
b MANATEE COUNTY. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, and all points South West, and Northwest,

r t ",'.. County Officers. County"Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. BROOM STREET WHARF daily. AT HAWTHORNE, School Books and Orange Wraps i
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. j
S. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT NOW
Sheriff-A. Watson, Pine Level. A SPECIALITY. I
,' -
Junius C. Gardner Gain
County Judge- s1 -
r ,. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Parish, Braden- WILDWOOD. !
1 : ville. :McGIFFIX
town. ,
With Line and
to from
Stage Brooksvilleand
f. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.:
,< *t ': -' Sheriff S. C.: Tucker, Arredondo. Popash.Collector of Rez'enue-Iarion G. Carlton, COXTR.A.CTOR AND BUILDER, Tampa daily except Sunday.AT :!3?" Liberal discounts to Teachers and

.. :..:, ; Assesfor of Taxes S. H.. Wienges, Gaines-, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, CEDAR KEY, FLA., Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on
... ,1 ville. Pine Level. Alachua Street, between Second. and Third.. With Morgan's Line Steamships for.Key
.,.\;, Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines FLA. West and Havana, every Saturday ; for New. application.
..:.'. .ville. MARION COUNTY. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and 59 .W. BAY STREET,
;..: Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats County Judge Samuel Marshall, Ocala. I Orders and estimates from a distance. carefully Havana every Friday: from New Orleans f .

rA' Gainesville.. Clerk Robert Bullock, Ocala. : attended to.. 25-tf every Saturday. 1 ; '' ".JACKSONVILLE. FLAlilli' -
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-:_ THE. FLORIDA.. 'MIRROR. : '" MAY' I ." .318&4...; J......'. .."!' ,
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--- .. Iroaches x rrt : ;;. ,
POTATO CULTURE.should run at night cover the bottom of the shall, upon conviction be fined not less than :.. :.,: :: }; '. : ,- DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.
?S1fxlr be about vessel with a little molasses. Then lean $5 nor more than $100 or imprisoned for not ::. :. ,.,"' ,:o'o.'t. } ;; ';"i1r.t: :>t.",, !\-.1: (": : :
planted .
that the small pieces of board up against the upper less than one nor more than twenty days 'y {-$:-"lfl '" .{ :1it Lk': : ?"' : '

the Tbfirst of April, so for setting plants about edge of the bowl,.forming a bridge from the both at the discretion of the Board of Health. .'" .. -): ; .'. ,t'i, ._. ; .>. 10. <. ESTADLISIIED 1873. '
ready >< } ; '
be '
gill h. ,:;.h"'flt"r: \ -. 'J : .
routs, method of culturethe floor up. The roaches attracted by the SEC1G. In case of the absence,sickness .ri"t"i'. : '- '. .
"rSE tof June. Their themselves for un- scent of the molasses run up these incline of the Port Physician, he shall hate'authority .',:.:.;30 t',life"-'4 tA: *, f '*#:J J- '''''J -. --
to ,,,, "
isSOlU what peculiar plants, they delight approaches, and in their eagemess to reach to appoint a:deputy which deputy shall 'F.'t".:, .r'" <&-:<,t',,"j.Lt'f'f. .' <:i."f",<-.t. : F 'J':9- r., ,.:.'-' it. DRUGS

11 life "Slow-plowed lanrc.rooted soil, which I if possible, the molasses tumble into the bowl and be- be a practicing physician; ,' / "{\$>ji.ttt i J.:.>' ,0.q'''' ..':t.. ..t.'J ...' r and MEDICINES .:

.'? *nlS broken up the previous ing unable to get out, are found there the SEC. 17. These regulations shall take effect .';:". ( ".:"H:' ,,"':"":";>''d':';;'!'>.r. ..t.!'f4t-\'j.-.;, \- ->'.5 !"!<'':.'":".' .".
dose of hot water.A 1st 1884. :.. "t ; I'i.
throw- next morning ready for a on May -" .--ok' .
Slid Slowed in the spring! by repetition of this for a night or J. D. 'PALMER, ,'('j ":'J I::; 'N vt:!!if J'Ht. -i"'i"j.., : .''_'
furrows together with an ordinary process President of the'Board of'Health. .r ; : : ;;." -" \ -,' :...; ; HORSEY & CO.
St-Plow' forming a sort of ridge and two will completely rid the premises of these f" ':} 1! .:: 14ftE < ; ,
> .
abominable nuisances. Attest: .
with a furrow run b "
cl"k,1 I &' 'hoveSlow. A shovelful of web y- COMMERCIAL mTILIzERS.fanr of these THEO.: STARBUCK, Secretary.if- : ': .k.> ..\,. .

"S '' should then I be dropped in who have been accustomed to the use of ,'M.i .! ... ";-.. .h h. '" i.2 .:)- --1 1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1=

manure and the same covered by run.c.'l.C' barnyard manure doubt the'efficiency of the GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. <' > '
i furrow on each I side of the check-I application of a' commercial fertilizer, the ,; : : :: ;;:5 .."

'"HVtli' two-horse turning-plow.I Then, bulk and weight which in comparisonwith ,.
rSnt the a first of June draw the plants or the former appeais"somewhat like a: Street,

setasingleonecarefullybyband homoeopathic pill. But they'should remember .

Sch"heck and immediately over the that 80 per cent, or more of barn-yard ';: ". { 'tj FERXANDINA FLORIDA
manure is water, 13 or 14 percent, carbon, ,
.. .
should and 5 C cent. silica, j .. ,<,..i''f. J: ''''. ': ry } : .: )
"footing the slips a little water hydrogen oxygen, or per : .i.: ;: V* 1 t
and then the slips be sheltered leaving but about 1 per cent. (or 20 poundsin 't > ,......., :;; y*. KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
be applied, .. ... .J of FRESH and PURE FOR-
from the hot sun. All weeds a ton) of the essential elements of plant ff : *' V _?

for a day or near so the plants! should be pulled food, consisting of phosphoric acid potash ;,., ." .::;-.-.f ha, EIGN and DOMESTIC .
p uttiflutting: and the ridges preserved in and nitrogen. The benefits received from 1 ,' '
by"hand due to their ';. q', *:f- ....'.. ,,, /...
?L incept by the hoe, with: which eachSt barn-yard manures' are more ,' ,'1 X : -.o>* < :a- Drugs and Chemicals
mechanical effect the soil than to the ,
be rounded a little, taking care on .e :t 5 rf
\, should so not to disturb or injure the amount of available plant food they con- ,<:,4S'(?_. V.: : .,V .L:.; i ::)
doing .
"' to tain. ''''' ) ..,. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines
the ,
run vines ,
; Whet, beginning "'- ,I"h". : ''' 'iV>''$:' : .
boots ,
should) be lifted carefully by hand when '.H' : .. _" ., ', "

the plants, and their directionSted Rules and Regulations in Re- Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
occasionally to prevent their rooting gard to Quarantine.

at the joints. A light, warm, sandy FINE TOILET ARTICLES
loam and adry season suit the sweet potato Adopted by the Board of Health of Port of ,

best, as satisfactory results cannot be obtained Fernandina and Nassau County, Florida
when grown on I heavy clays. The March 29th, 1S84. cc WH LB ALB AND EThIL PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., .
cultivation should be principally done be-
Florida Lands.The
fore the plants have become well established, SECTION 1. During the quarantine season, IN GREAT VARIETY.
as after that time the vines will grow soMnidly it shall be the duty of the pilots to conductto
I as to soon cover the ground and the quarantine grounds all vessels arriv- QLr.

render any further cultivation impractica- ing in the harbor of Fernandina except the '0 .
,. .
Me. lines of coastwise steamers, and bring to ..... ,. ,''" '- Jt31" Physicians' Prescriptions

In gathering the crop the most importantpoint anchor at such quarantine grounds all such N carefully compounded with Drugs at
Peninsular I N pure ,
i is to seek a time when there is as lit- vessels, there to remain for such time as the rN

tle moisture in the ground as possible and Port Physician shall designate, and the said reasonable prices.

just before the first frost (if that can be pilots shall immediately notify the Port Phy-

luckily guessed at), for if it be postponeduntil sictan, by flying the national ensign at the & A. B. NOTES ANDITropical .
frost kills the vines, a rain is almosture foremast-head of the arrival of said vessels ; ,

to follow soon after, and cause much and the said pilots shall hand the master or C3 --- Florida

trouble in harvesting them. person having charge of said vessel, a copy DEALER IN- == 'rENDAl1S
hi stowing away for keeping the mostarticular of these rules and regulations.SEC. .

{ point to be observed in this lati- 2. All vessels quarantined under the r.n.Family

tilde i is that the place for their reception provisions of these rules shall remain at said Supplies, aREA RAILROAD COMPANIES J. '

should be perfectly proof against all dampness quarantine without communication with t

and pressure, a uniform temperature the shore, or with any person or persons 23 j. 4 6t G
anti that they are packed away either in whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsor VY GROCERIES MH ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE SpA lNG R .

barrels, or boxes, with sufficient dry sand to any description whatever, unless by spe-
keep them as dry as possible as well as from cial permission of the Port Physician ; and COUNTIES OF

lulling. !A cellar is a bad place for keepingthem no person or persons or boats or vessels Hay and Grain THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
and freetroiualldanipne&s discovered, as it is certain in its
unless it i is perfectly dry shall visit or hold any communication with O
for the further they are unless CD effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
: any quarantined vessel, by special AI..rAOau: : A7PUTN
removed from any moisture, the better.: authority from the Port Physician ; and if BELOW.
The sweet potato, like the tomato and any quarantined vessel l shall hold commu- SHIPFurniture STORES"t1 O

many other vegetables, has its home in a nication with any other quarantined vessel, =p AbLr, Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS .
!emi-trijical climate although by acclimation then such vessel shall be quarantined for p-

and early starting it has become in a fifteen days additional, in addition to all N. Y., January 30,1882.Dr. .
measure adapted to all the Middle States other fines or penalties imposed by these MARION, B. J. Kendall& Co.: .

and may be successfully grown as far northa regulations.SEC. fcO Stoves, GENTs-Having used a good deal of your

.Maine.-Baltimore Sun.POULTRY 3. It shall be the duty of the Port STJIMZT-EIR, &I DxERwAr Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
Physician to visit all| vessels arriving in the Paints,' thought I would let you know what it has

MANURE. harbor of Fernandina as soon as possible done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
Crockery oAT
after such arrival and inspect said vessels, y colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
Professor Voelker. the agricultural chemist and if in a good sanitary condition, he shall CD When 1 was breaking him he kicked over
t to the Royal Agricultural Society of give a certificate of health, and allow themto Hardware, N the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
England, says in relation to poultry manure proceed on their voyage ; but if he shall PRICES FROM hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best

: With regard to the application of find any of said vessels in a foul or unsani- Willow-Ware. farriers but they all said he was spoiled.

poultry manure, the least expensive and tary condition, he shall order the said vessel P He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
best way of using it is to mix it with dry or vessels into quarantine until thoroughly H MA $1.25 to $10 Acre. used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin

earth: allies! and such! like into a compost. cleaned and fumigated and put in O .. -. wl per Cure and it took the bunch entirely off,and
Mixed with about twice: the quantity of dry good sanitary condition after which he he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
earthy matters of this kind, it will soon be shall give: said vessel a certificate of health HI used it for bone spavins and wind-galls and .

reduced into a fairly dry and powdery state and allow her to proceed to her destination, o pOD All these lands are in the central it has always cured completely and left the
which it be broadcast
111 readily sown
through or within the limits of the port of = 1'- leg smooth.It .
with the drill and found useful in
ui very Fernandina. peninsular portion of the State and is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
growing: every kind of garden vegetables.For and after the each Q I recommended it
Snc. On opening year I a have to a good many, and
root crops, such as turnips carrots of the National Quarantine Station (Sapelo rrC! Low thc Lowut t within fifteen miles of Railroads in they all say it does the work. I was in With-
mangels, etc., it should be mixed after re- Sound,) all vessels from infected ports hav- < B &B B erington & Kneeland's dnlg store,in Adams,

ducing to a powdery state with an equalweight ing sickness on boaad shall be directed by successful operation, traversing a ter- the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou
of bulperphosphate and the mixture the pilot to proceed to said National Quar- sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
drilled in at the rate of 500 pounds to the antine Station. ritory which is being more rapidly not; they said if I would write to you that

acre. In making it into compost with earth, SEC. 5. Any vessel arriving ?.t this port you would send me one. I wish you would
m my judgment, quicklime should never bearing the certificate of the National Quar- settled and developed than any other and I will tlo you all the good I can.
be mixed with it, for its effect would be to antine Officer, must be brought to anchor at Very respectfully E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
liberate the ammonia, the most of which the quarantine station, and there remain part of the State.

would escape and be lost. On the other until released by the order of the Board 'of
hand there! is not only no harm but a posi- The fertility of the soil and accessibility
Health Port .
or Physician.SEC. ::.
:ive advantage in mixing it with soot. In .: f Spavin Cure.
All such vessels described in
G. as are .
the and best marketsmake
the absence of to largest
soot the next best thing is to
Sec. 4, arriving during the closure of said
mix it with burnt OX HUMAN FLK8II.VEVAT .
which small
plaster, a
Station shall anchor
quantity of superphosphate is added-the National Quarantine I these lands particularly desira-
and remain the Port Station
at Quarantine
JXD. August 12,1881.Dr. .
tree acid of ,
which will
effectually prevent under the personal supervision or direction for the cultivation of fruits and
the escape of the ammonia. A mixture of .: -'< ble B. J. Kendall & Co.:
of the Quarantine Officer. ... GEXTS of circulars received to-
the -Sample
two .
iH-rphosphate\ parts burnt may be plaster kept %in and readiness one part tomix SEC. 7. All vessels arriving at this port : _"" ', .'0' .' < ':.; .... .,'J! ;;. early vegetables for shipment. For day. Please send me some with my imprint,
with sickness on board, or having had the "
side The Kenda;l's
with the printed on one only.
fresh chicken dung for the /
purpose of absorbing the excess of moisture, same during voyage will, at all seasons of large and immediate profits there is Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
the year, no matter from what port either and not for animals but for human
and thus faciliate its reduced only
being to a dry in Florida to the
American anchor at the industry equal
or foreign no
and friable nature. Three of fresh quaran- ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
parts tine station and there remain until
chicken manure and of the for Northern leading farmers in our county, sprained an
one part precedIng of early vegetables -
order of the Board of Health or Quaran- raising
| mixture of burnt plaster and superphosphate B. NOYES, ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
if kept under for few and tine Physician.SEC. markets. remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
turned once or twice cover during a the time days, and 8. Vessels from ports south of 25 -"- (Successor to W. A. SANBORN) did far better than he had expected; cured

"icn:possed through a screen or sieve will north latitude will, during the entire year, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in For new and descriptive circular, the sprain in very short order.
be required to discharge and all ballastat .
w found to be any Yours respectfully, C. O. THIEBAND.
most efiieacious when ap- the quarantine station. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS SHIP STORES, -
1-lied at the rate of from six to eight hundred address Price $1 per bottle or 6 bottles for $5. All
SEC. 9. On and after May 1st and until November CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS HAY, GRAIN,
bounds to the acre.-Baltimore Sun. CHAS. -'V. LEWIS, druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
1st of each and longer if the
year Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near will be sent to any address on receipt of
Board of Health so determine, all coastwise
Steamboat Landing Land Commissioner the DR. B. J. KEN-
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. vessels must anchor at the quarantine sta- price by Proprietors.
THE USE OF SAWDust.-Among the best tion. Vessels from non-infected ornon-sus- FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. DALL & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.

uses to which sawdust can be put is as pected ports will not be detained longer Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. Fernandina, Fla., Send for Illustrated Circular.

balding for cows, whether for absorbing the than necessary for the quarantine officer to Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in Or T. M. RIKARDS, Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS'.

urine or keeping the animals clean. And as satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary con- large quantities.
contains no foul seeds of any kind whatever dition. Vessels from ports south of 25 Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- Ocala, Florida. 38

and rea decomposes, it makes one north latitude will have to comply with sec- ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the ,

of the best composts for protecting straw- tion 8, be fumigated at least twice and detained best in the world. .. .. ,
herr plants or covering asparagus beds.tCoLJASHES at least fifteen days. Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED : .
PLOWS. :..:.",;'.. .\\ ; "
AND LIME.-A contributor to SEC. 10. The coastwise steamers shall be ..
wi'tdtana Farmer says that he has found allowed to come to their wharves and be Local Agent for BANK OF JAbKSOti- ; : ; .:::':'?: ,y';;.o -5.i n-':, iMUNN tlnne to&act:; CO.as,Solicitors of the SCIENTIFIC for Patents AMERICAN Caveats ,TradeMarks con.

that coal ashes may be made a most useful there inspected by the Port Physician un- VILLE. 33 ..<: :, : ,: Copyrights; for the United State'!. Granada.
England It'ranceffinnany,etc. Hand Book about
article of less otherwise ordered by him but "
manure for orchards by being no personor Patents sent free. Thirty-seven years'experience.
mixed' with unslaked lime in the pro- freight or baggage shall be landed, nor LUCY COTTAGE. : Patents obtained through MUNN CO.are noticed
I rtlon of a bushel of the lime to ten of the persons allowed to go on board, until per- ,*U; In the SCIENTIFIC: AMERICAN the largest best and
circulated scientific 3.20
most widely a year.
ashes. Seventh-St. Hotel ; paper. :
The mixture should then be covered mission be given by the Port Physician ; and near Egmont Weekly. Splendid engravings and Interesting In-
if it be found the Port formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific American -
up? until the lime slakes in the ashes, by Physician that
When' FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.;* _. .' '>::f'J"r, : sent free. Address MUNN &CO, SCIENTIFICAMERICAN
the said steamers have any sickness .
half-burned coal and cinders will or contagions '. ,. Once 261 Broadway New York.:
have become as fine as powder. Digging the disease on board, said steamers shall day {
sOil fI11 around the foot of Peach trees and be immediately ordered to the quarantine Offers pleasant rooms well furnished, withor _'

iffiPSa gallon or so of the mixture to the ground. without board. Table Boarders will be .. '.; obtained for new inventionsor
the tree he SEC. 11..The Port Physician is hereby accommodated ; also transient. PATENTS
has also found it to be an authorized for improvements in old
raectual and required to administer to all J2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. S -S
remedy against the borer. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
A. tlcrLTR\L[ SCRIPS.-Every farmer in masters of vessels arriving in this port (ex- CURTIS & CO. all patent business promptly attendedto.
reading a paper will often see something in cept those of coastwise steamers) the oath INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
it I would prescribed by the National Board of Health. .. Fey still in most be pat-
memi be of service to him to re- ESTATE AGENTS, }' may ,
He will SEC. 12. From May 1st to November 1st of REAL r,:, ented by us. Being opposite the U. S.Pat-
I the! value of which perhaps he would see like suggestions to test or each year no vessel from an infected or suspected ST. ]MARY'S GEORGIA .f =, ., ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -
hint b which latitude will be allowed to either EXCLUSIVELY we can secure pat-
he would like to be } ,
; governed lighter or bring of fruit to the Loans procured, Mortgages negotiated Ex-
.his future operations; but after cargo up effected. a: ents in less time than those who are remote
In city.
h .It the PaPer is thrown down, :Mill S ites Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 .. from'Vashington. '
:tbaLI) never to be SEC. 13. Pilots must in each case before : When Inventors send model or sketch,
To avoid
I seen again. make to the acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
wS should clip from the the articleluste boarding inquiry as sanitary condition 'we make search in the Patent Office and
'I<>f paper of vessels in must boardif acres for sale.
no case they
S eto preserve and remember and ; advise as to its patentability free of charge,
1 j a the Vessel has sickness on board, or has N.B.St., Mary's having been selectedas S S Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
Si for the .
scrap-book kept
I I'n* 0:1 J 1 a b at the end pur- had same during voyage; in such cases they the terminus of the Atlantic&Mississippi f able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
"'nnj J be both .ook of a few*years must either direct to Sapelo Quarantine Sta- Canal (under the survey made for Govern- .,,' -. : IS OBTAINED.

F trERMINATING interesting and valuable tion, lead the vessel in, or.have their small ment by General Gillmore), charters for the ," ;; ; We refer by permission to the City Post-
iY"I'nitti i r Reeorj RoA. rns.-A writer the boat hoisted alongside clear of the water, construction of which having been grantedby ,! tr { master, and to the Superintendent of the
i;:;'j_, unctlu'd of sat"8 he has tried the follow- and in this way pilot the vessel in. the United States Government and the ; ; Post-Office 3Ionev Order 'Washington. -

i I perfect riddling his premises of roaches SEC. 15. Each and every person, or each Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large For special references circular,ser- ,
( ; sUcces. It is simply to take a .and vessel or other craft, who or increase in of lands I
Itl eeUS every the value adjacent maybe vice terms, etc., address '
i'> II tol:to';tre. and bon I' not less than three inches which shall be found guilty of any violationof confidently looked for." (See New York fV.- J C. A. SNOW & CO., .,/
after setting.. it where the, ,,.. these regulations, or their provisions, Sun, 27-3-83.) tf ; --S r Opp.Patent Office. Washinzton.TVfX! 2t -






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"',: .j, ",,')', ; THE FJORIDA :MIRROR : MAY 3, 1884. .:.:-, ., ..'... : : ..

'.- Y," ;!,]j" THE FLORIDA, MIRROR. The steamship State of Texas, of the :Mallory AT a 'meeting of the Democratic State IN PORT.'i. ...!'.">: >1 :",:' 't'\f", ':'..' ...!' >;>,, -

q Line which left for New York Thuday : ; ,': 1' ;",,;'< ;
rs- Committee at Jacksonville it ;. .r.t'1'W_
was decided to Schr. Florence Leland. Adams. :<." .L : 'e, ,;
f' :
.. :'. ]..; ft.VO A YEAR $J.OO FOR SIX MONTHS night, carried the following cargo: hold the State Convention at Pensacola on Schr. David W. Hunt, Baker. I ''i. '
." : ai.i. 2,100 crates and 440 barrels of vegetables, the 25th of June. Schr. Anita,Small. :,': l t1

,;, : Reflection 584 logs cedar, 511 cases cedar, 265 barrels Schr. Frank W. McGear, Sharp. > : .,&,

rosin,40 barrels spirits turpentine. 56 barrels BE MORE LIBERAL. Schr. B. C. Terry, :Moore. '
:,' Friend Jones of the Schr. S. C. Evans Endicott. .
Eight sailing vessels cleared from this cottonseed oil, 43 tons cotton seed, 25 cans seems a Schr. Addie G. Bryant, Stubbs. i: -'"
little vexed and all because : '
I ,
a port this week. shrimps. 20barrels grease, 89 packages merchandise Congressman Schr. Wm. Frederick, Patterson. ". : .- }
2 Davidson is endeavoring to secure an Schr.. Williaraine Scott. .
refrigerators ap .
w '
strawberries 1 '
Egmont Hotel : :
was closed for the ;
,:: sea- horse. propriation fora public building at Talla Schr Lizzie S. Haynes Sawyer. .-.',' ," .
son on :Monday last. Schr. .., '' '
s ', hassee. Sarah Potter,Ke n. ;;'; .

.4: Fishing at the drawbridge is reported Confederate Home Fund. Come, Bro. Jones, don't be so selfish. ','. .

: ; to be very good now. The following, subscriptions for the Homeof Tallahassee has as much right to an appro- List of Letters ". ":"' ',,r'
: > "J
; -M t ,.".,. '- Confederate Veterans have been receivedto Remaining in the Post-Office "
T The Board of County Commissioners priati n as Jacksonville. Several "awardsof at Fernandi ,; ," ,,

''j : meets on Wednesday next '. date : modest amounts" have already been na, Nassau county, Florida, May 3, 1884 l ,';

I _' Cash................................................$15.00 made in favor .of Jacksonville Persons calling for these letters must ,' ,
A large excursion of colored people ar- W O. Jeffreys.................................. 5.00 because and now advertised: say .l
.. rived here Wednesday from St. ugustine. J. H. Prescott.................................... 5.00 Tallahassee wants a small amount, 'I. .
Some very desirable dwelling 'houses W. B. C. Duryee................................ 5.00 you shouldn't grumble. The people of this Adams, Gillen Hartley, Eliza I
: advertised are C. E. Taylor.............. ....................... 5.00 section would like an honest Bersy, G M Huff, R J A '
Y for rent in another column by C. H. Berg................................ ...... 5.00 the appropriationfor Brooks, W K Jones, Miss Rachael -

I ,, Mr. G. Stark. Scriven Dozier................................... 5.00 improvement of the Snwanee river, Candia, MissLouisa Lowery Geo W ((2)

The new store now being erected by Mr. C. W. Maxwell......... ........................ 3.00 and our Representatives have been urged Cope, Miss Hollie Morton, B ; ,

., ,';' Oakes for Mr. Wm. Lake is fast Cash................................:................ 5.00 upon to secure it. But, alas, it has not been Clark, Miss Lizzie Moore Mrs: John H,
I : :y t approaching Cash................................................ 1.00 done. It be that Cooper, J L Mill, Miss Amy ((2))
': completion. F. B. Pap....................................... 5.00 Times-Union may they are afraid the DeForest, A J Plummer Capt R B
i .1 The county drawbridge is now being Thos. Kydd............................*...... ... o.UU will go for them with, gloves Dorsey, Miss Riner Temple, Dr John
.1 1 ,if., .:, under repaired H. J. Baker.**.*..................... ........... O.vVJ off," if they show any disposition to helpus. Davis, Charlotte Shiper, Geo E ,

,+, the direction of the County D. E. Maxwell.................. ............... 10.00 Jacksonville is not the only town i in Each Dulles. J H Sparks, P F ; '. ;.. .1. '.." '. '.:,c/,:

", Commissioners. J. D. Palmer..................................... 5.00 the State that deserves aid Butler Sponsor, Sarah ; ., i.'......'::; ," ', .
;" Ground was broken and the Cash (unknown)................................. 20.00 from Congress Ferguson, J A Wilcox Jas l\I. Jr "' ,

}1 foundation G. N. Saussy......................;............_.. 10.00 nor.is the St. Jonn's river the only stream Fraser. JosephVood, C J .c6)-AAALL
"l; : work begun for Mr. Rutishauser's two-story A. 0. MacDonell.......................... ..... lO.dO within;. her borders that needs the attention Full, T H Washington, Thos SIZES"Sj

? ,brick building on Centre street. F. W. Simmons............................... 10.00 of our COngressmen, the remarks of__ HIP. I' Garvih, E L
.\-.- ,"i ,'-'J..! _Tlle. contract. for_ 'Valter rrt.. .,u._,_.n.nnn........ _Umu._n....._........ .lnnn..V.VV Times-Union to the .n S. T. RIDDELL, P. )I.

r ', J ,t erecting the two-story W N.Thompson........... ................... 5.00 contrary notwithstanding;
brick building for Mr. J. C. Rutishauser has Mrs., M. M. Reid................................. 5.00 and in the coming campaign we would not Notice to Contractors.

I .,.;1 been awarded Mr. James: McGif ln. A Federal Soldier........:.................... 5.00 be at all surprised if some one is not re Proposals will be received at the Clerk's -

.t t; .t. Another W. J. Woodward............................... 10.00 minded of their negligence. Be office until noon Wednesday, May: 7. for '. ._ ..i, '
s schooner, the Sarah Potter, arrived Samuel A. Swann........ .. more liberal ; _, ,;, .
L 'I : ..... ..........15.00 Bro. keeping in good order the plank walk to ; :. : '
; 4 ,1: this week with a cargo of steel rails' H. E. Dotterer........ ......................... 15.00 Jones, and we think that you will find Old Town for the year ending May 1, 1885. .. .
: ; 3 ;.? for the Florida Railway & Navigation Co. G. B. Lamar..................................... 5.00 it easier to get the "modest amount" for The city reserves the right to reject all bids.P. .'., '; ;,.. ":'-.

: Mode Bros......................................... 2.50 your public building, and also the "decently) KELLY ---'::'OF'Water ..-=,--
$* ji The lot on Second street, formerly occupied Geo. R. Fairbanks.................. ........... 10.00 adequate appropriation for the St. John's Chairman on Streets and Sanitary "
by Beards restaurant,.has been r bar."-Live Oak Intelligencer. Fernandina, May 2, 1884.

'. ,.:J of Thomas Fitzgerald by Mr. George purchased Total..................................,.....$219.50A n.
,: : ,: It. Fairbanks. Hotel Arrivals. Lost, or Stolen

'!-4', 'f i I : ''+f. Pleasant Evening Afloat. From the residence of Mrs. H. f '

Thirty-three dollars were realized at the Thanks to the courtesy of her gallant offi- MANSION: HOUSE. a black silk umbrella, with letters II. S.
..,', ,; .} pound G. C. Adams, Waldo ; H. H. Cables R. N. L." '
: party given by the Ladies Aid cers, a very pleasant entertainment was had Peterson engraved on handle. .suitable reward

j : ::1., :."' '. Society of the Methodist Church on Tuesday 1 on board the Uw S. schooner Drift on Wednesday wife, T. ,J.Jacksonville Neacv, Milwaukee; Alfred; James George and F. office.will be paid for its delivery at the MIRROB '

: { ,. evening last. evening last at an impromptu penny Thatcher. Boston ; E. D. Tracy, )II. Clair, '
':. Miss Fannie reading for church Fla.; J. King, Wm. R. Leaken, Savannah Coolers
Dukehart, of Baltimore purposes. The vessel ;
,;; .j '. who W. G. Brantley, Blackshear, Ga.; Geo. A. FOR RENT
: .: 1'r has been visiting friends in this city for washandsomely) decorated with Chinese lanterns Godard, Cincinnati' ; E. B. Sears and wife,

some weeks, left for her home via New York and the spar deck covered over with Chicago ; G. H.Fleming, Jacksonville, S. C. LARGE DWELLING AND STORE,

; on the State of Texas Thursday. United States flags gracefully festooned. Littlefield, Brunswick ; H. D. Kitchel and extensive yard-room and gardens ,
". I :Ji The deck the cabin and wife, Liverpool, Ohio ; M. V. I ichelberer attached, on Alachua street; suitable for a
-I. A car load of "creosoted piling arrived the whole ship Dayton, Ohio.; Major Chas. Buck, large family or boarding-house. Possession> '

,f./ ; y9; : here yesterday from Mobile for the Florida was in beautiful order. The guests were received Ellaville" J. S. Parker, Cedar Keys; T. \S can be given about August 1st.

: Railway & Navigation Co. at the boat-house by Lieut. Brainard, Mitchell, Chattanooga ; J. W. Mason and .
I ',' They are to be and carried wife, Col. Gridley, H. H. Spanlding New DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET "
r. used as fender out in boats to the ship, where ,
pilings Cedar Key. York; facing bay; has eight rooms, large halls "
:. 'It : The Mallory Line they were welcomed by Capt. Fremont, and ---- piazzas, excellent well, etc. ;.,
has achieved -AND-
an excel
Range ,
t Lieuts. Fechteler of ThermometerFOR
: Kellogg and Ford. :Music ; ..
lent .JJ
,, f; _reputation for, the.careful handling of and readings. as usual, formed a Dart of the THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MAY 3.STORE, AND DWELLING formerly occupied ;" ,,{.,,;-j. ,;;-< .
: l'tnmaOle IrClgUts and the firm order in of HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. l\Irs. Fletcher, f>n Tliirrl ctraot..
exercises the -----
which it has been evening. Everyone was pro- .
J' and vege- fuse in praise of the admirable I For terms etc.
',' tables in New York. arrangementsof apply to
\ the officers of the Drift for the pleasureand I c: C'1 j C.rI I Wind G. STARK.
A IN I Fernandina
regular communication of comfort e 0 May 2, 1884.
Amelia of their

..' : Lodge, No. 47, F. & A. :M., will be held at nounced to have been guests a ,most and it was pro- urday.Ap ri126 / 68 "G / 75 74 N. W.

', {.I the lodge room on Monday evening next, at evening. The proceeds of the basket charming Sunday ..............27 69 / 78 76 N. W. Ice Machines -Ice Machines !
were ........... 751
Monday .28
:., 7:30, standard time. All brethren 68 78 77 N. W. I II
in I
it good very satisfactory, and all who were present Tuesday..29 65 7.4 / 74 / 72 S. E. Cream Freezers
are requested to be
present. will remember the Drift and its gallant 'Vednesday..30 72 84 82 80 S. W

; ; A sloop-rigged lighter passed officers with much pleasure.The Thursday..May 1 74 81 78 S. W. Headquarters for

'J I, ,,1: drawbridge last Saturday boundforCharles-through the Drift is attached Friday............... 2 70 180 80 78 S. E. I.
: the U. S. coast STATE OF FLORIDA
; .
i( r ton. It carried back to South Carolina a survey service, and under the direction of :S,: ; ::1;< 'ri ., ; : .. ,.
;;; ..J. XLtRINE. Wood fe ., .
settler from the Bailie's
f .-1 the upper St. John's, and was very able and scientific head of that de- Patent. : .

'; : :' : loaded with his household goods, live stock, partment, Prof. J. E. Hilgard, is obtaining Port of Fernandina. ','<,}<<'0,:,; .

; t etc. valuable hydrographic information HIGH WATER. This
relative 9js3 Machine
Saturday, May 3...... 2:28 A.u. 3:00 has many advantages.Send .
The ; to the tides and : P. M. .
.; May number of the Church and Home, the currents of the Gulf Sunday, 4...... 3:26": 3:58: for Circular. : "" ,:' A: .
published at Jacksonville, in the interests of stream and along the Florida coast. Monday, U 5...... 4:21" 4:53: Address ': AT-
t! the Protestant Episcopal Church Tuesday 6...... 5:15" 5:46" : :. );\ J> .'
> received. It is been The Mails Over the Transit Road. Wednesday, 7...... 6:05" 6:33 u B. C DURYEE, -\ ..:.r t' :
: beautifully printed on fine The Thursday, 8...... 6:50" : >
:: : ': following is a statement of 7:15" 23
dt > paper, and its contents are varied and inter- the Friday, 9...... 7:31" 7:54" Fernandina, Fla.
.'.. esting. amount of mail matter handled by the route

': ,'i agents on the Florida Transit & Peninsular ENTERED. A. T. BARNHILL & SONS
I .' Lamar with great regret that Mr. G. B. Railroad between Fernandina and Cedar April 26 I-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah .' ,

;' *. Esq., who has been for many years Key for the quarter ending March 31 1884. ; with passengers to W. Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,
,, J. prominently connected ; B.. Tl1l'kp1'., !"IO'' n t.
with ----- u
,. _our city, has January-Packaes.... of _lp.tt.pt'_ ___ t -- n 'W '''H4''U, Scott New York
." 1 H"UVW U "--avuunan-l11S; ; FERNANDINA FLA. FRED I W.
:,I!. f\ : and Mrs. Lamar Old hOlue. 1Ir. 4,510 ; sacks of papers, etc., G65; registered ballast to master. HOYT & GO'SOF .

)"', >,, ,. ., ....:, : .;.',.... in Fernandina. leave many warm friends packages handled, 4,603. 28-,S.. P. City of; Bridgeton with freight, Daniels and Savannah Blacksmiths, Gun and Locksmiths,

: ,. : 't: :J'' i February-Letters, 4,046 packages ; sacks to W. B. Tucker passengers -
The agent.
; ;' ; r,., Rt. Rev. John Freeman Young, of papers, etc., 657 ; registered packages 14 28-Schr. Lizzie S. Haynes, Sawyer Carriage and Shipsmiths.
S. ;
T. D.
; ;- : J Bishop of the Diocese of Florida, handled, 4,310. railroad iron to Payne, Cook &
,. \ ; administered the rite of confirmation March Letters Co. DONE IN ALL
1"'I, at the 4,238 packages ; sacks of 29-S. P. St. Nicholas REPAIRING BRANCH ,,
St. Savan-
Peter's ,
: Episcopal Church on Sunday papers, etc., 672; registered packages ban- nah ; with rates. ; .
: passengers, to W. B.
'.' morning last. A very large congregation dIed, 4,556. Tucker, agent. Orders for SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINT[
+ "
1, ;{t', '! '. was present, and the services were very impressive Or a total for the quarter of 12,794 pack- 29-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 ING will be promptly attended to, one of ,

and interesting. The of letters tons, New York ; freight and the members of the firm
,.: Bishop ages 1,488 sacks of papers, passengers, to R. W.Southwick being a first-class "".". .
preached an admirable Painter.
discourse appropriate and 10,912 registered 23 5 ,
;, packages ; an increaseover agent. ;
': y to the Easter season. Five persons were the same quarter last year of 2,020 30-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Daniels,Savannah For Sale.A 5 .,.",,,

:Ji' Ei j' confirmed. packages letters, 506 sacks papers, and ; with freight and pas- second-hand piano. Will be ; :

I ,: : ," ,, \ -. The Times-Union of the 2nd inst. says: 2,557 registered packages; and over the last 30-Schr.sengers Sarah, to Potter W. B.,Tucker Keen,, agent.Perth if applied for soon. For further information sold cheap; : ",:: ." ," ,

.' -" I ; t Yesterday it required a special train to quarter for 1883 of 1,905 packages letters, Amboy ; railroad iron to F. R. apply at the office of ..j,1:' '; "
move the in-coming freights from 416 sacks & N. Co. ,
: Callahan papers, and 1,211 registered THE MIRROR.
; pack- .
and Baldwin to May 1 S. ...
i : points along the Transit P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah .> ,.

'. ;! i.1 .' .road between the latter point and Cedar ages.The ; with passengers, to W. B. NOTICE. .
Key. This ,
: train took thirty-one Wood Tucker, agent. :
'; j '. Callahan and cars from <& Bailie Ice Machine. Dissolution of Partnership.

\! .. 'J'i i i senger train from ten Cedar from Baldwin.Key also The brought pas Major.William B. C. Duryee has been appointed April .-Schr. Benj.C.CLEARED.Terry, Moore, Phila- THE FIRM KNOWN AS THE FIRM ..'','d", i

j .j; fifteen cars loaded with vegetables to Calla the State Agent for the sale of the delphia; 1 lumber, by C.:E.Huot. Nassau John O'Donald & Sons, at Callahan,
'S han. Wood & Bailie ice 26-Schr. Carrie C. Cobb County, Florida will henceforth be -,
machine. Bridgeport
': i machines ; known as the firm of
"n : Did it occur to the Times-Union said : lumber, by Eppinger& Russell. Constantine and Edward -
< that these are to be the simplest in the O'Donald
: 28-S.P.St.Nicholas having "
j. ,. ti heavy railway freights had no sort of market, and especially Wildman, Savan- interest of John O'Donald purchased the.; '
t': .' / connection adapted for hotels, nah ; with in the stock of ,
passengers W.
by B.
t >>i
with the merchandise in t
St. John's vessels the
bar etc. store at
't' ,ti ? being operated nt very little ex .. ftfl'pnf: Callahan j
1 .' ,< The annual pense. Jay Gould's 28-S.: ; r. City ot Undgcton CONSTANTINE O'DONALD. -
1ay-Day Festival oUhe SunI yacht Atalanta, after a I Daniels, Savannah EDWARD O'DONALD.
I with
day-school children was held careful investigation of the merits I freight and passengers Callahan, Fla. J
11 at Lyceum of the by W. B.Tucker April 151884.
: } ':' Hall under the management of the ladies of i different styles of ice machines, was provided 28-Schr. Cephas Sterret, Lawrence, agent., __ -
," 'l.i,': the Presbyterian Church on Thursday even- with one of these machines. To all Trinidad ; lumber, by L. A. -

]I < :. ing. It was a very merry gathering of the those who visited the United States steamer 28-Bark Davis Velou& Bro.(Fr.) Azibert

:. ', ;f.. :' r:, little people and their friends. The hall Fish-Hawk while in port here, the practical ;lumber by, C. Comty., Martinique -
; > was crowded with happy workings of the machine were demon- 29-S. P.
k faces, and the City Bridget
: ,
arrangements Sa-
: strated ,
,, by Capt. Bailie
\ ; who is its
: ..' were so perfect that all patentee. ; with freight and
li- ;:; -. passed Major; Duryee will furnish pas-
..... .'_. ofl'without confusion. circulars and sengers by W. B. Tucker, agent.
The particulars "
: .,: smallest children upon application. 30-S. P.St.Nicholas, Wildman ,
'. came first and then ,Savan- : TERMS
the ;
'.:w "- ',:' larger ones, THE MIRROR nah ; with passengers, by W.B. "
leaving the full-grown is again in line and Tucker
people in possession gives agen V
'i e:: _," of the hall at a later hour. logic, unanswerable in proof that no power May 1-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savannah L 2 '
now vested in Boards ,
our of 1r
: County Com- ; with w W
passengers by W. B.
; We missioners
observed last Sunday gives them the right to Tucker
I a considerable appropriate agent.
.' ; ,,:: .. number public for the 1=''S. -
< ; : of horses, mules and colts money New Orleans Ex- S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 ed\iu2iuiairt.
\ ,4"" :- .:' loose running position. We are one with our able tons New York
\ ex-
j:: : on Centre street.. There ; freight
.. is great dan- change in referring the matter in the and '.
; : :; ,. to present passengers,by R.W.: South-
': :' 1. .: : ger children, who are much on the streets state of our laws to the people and the cor- wick, agent. ,'- IF-.o .

t." ';." 0">" on Sundays, and we know of no right or Palatka porations. Let us stick to the law, brother. *' 1-Schr. E. A. Hayes, Hayes, New a :::J
',,:: ; t' privilege that the 2fews. York lumber, by J. C.
; owners of stock have to ". ; Read. ,.
: it"r:,: turn them 1-Schr. Sarah C. Smith, Stockley : a
loose in THE ,
streets refrigerator
on cars Mills & "
i Sunday. ; have Philadelphia '
< ; ; lumber, by Hil-
? ;, We hope the proved complete .
Mayor will promptly call the success as far as the Transit liard & Bailey. 5 5"
N' road is "
; police to account for concerned. Two cars a week, 2-Schr. F. M. McGear
permitting the Sharp ,
infrac -
Chicago and ..
:'1J.-1 : tion of one to Cincinati} leave lumber -,
: : city ordinances, and require them to the road northward, bound ; by Payne, y
generally quite Cook & .
: Co. ,
enforce full.
: them does
under "
not include
: penalty of dismissal. those on the 2-Schr. Anita Small St.* '
;i'hl i- ': Peninsular Pierre ; -S :
'9 ''} : division-Cedar Key Journal. lumber ,t
by F. A. Small. h:;
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