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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 10, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
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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AN 1AnLY: FLORIDJAN.J1MES The failure of the bank is said to have been JTUDAII P. BENJAMIN DEAD. objection that no quorum was present. In Call for a State Democratic Convention ..

-- largely due to overdrafts of the firm of _____ J relation to this bill, Representative Bland at Pensacola.The '

M'PHERSOX, THE sURV EYOR-GENERAL AFpLORDAIfISST0R31Y Grant & Ward, of which U. S. Grant and HISTORY OF THE GREAT ETATF3MAN, WHO ONCE .said, When an appropriation was wanted, Conservative Democratic Party of t '
LITERARY CAREER his son are members. LIVED IN SAVANNAH. members were in the habit of referring to Florida will hold a State Convention at

WPTMIISTERBnEY.. -- ---- --- - LONDON, May:: 8.-Judah' !i{ P. Benjamin, the idle surplus revenue in the Treasury, Pensacola on Wednesday June 25th, at 12
LOSS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA the distinguished lawyer, and advocate and and insisting that it ought to be let out for o'clock :M., for the following purposes!: : ,.;.
like other great States, an im- To choose delegates to the Stale
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We have, ex-member of the government of the Southern i the use of the people." This he pronounced represent
O'inarPantlu on, in which we like to eii- Confederacy, is dead.; )I!. Benjamindied in the National Democratic Convention to
a dishonest and debauching sentiment. No .
a be held at Chicago, July 8th, 1884.
of our t. I 1- in his appartments on the avenue Jena,
shrine the memories ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIVE LIVES SACRI had that had To nominate candidates for the offices of
in Paris. He had beer):in failing health goVenment a surplus revenue
those who inout
to
the edification essential FICED. ever since he fell while .descending from a over one and a half billion dollars of indebtedness Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Presi-
ancient times were entitled to be regardedas FATHER POINT. Quebec May G. The steam tramway car several years: ago to meet more than its revenue. dential the next Electors regular at State Large election.To to be. voted for at

pods. We have great men now-we have ship Titania from Glasgow, passed inwardat When the two hundred millions due todayon choose a State Executive Committee to .

had them in every period of our history, 5:45 o'clock this morning. ,She has on Judah Peter Benjamin ;was born: in Santo the public debt was paid there would be conduct the campaign of 1834.

Those! who traveled the Floridian wilds a board twenty-four. the crew of the steam Domingo in 1812, of Jewish. \. parents, who no surplus left for anybody. There is no To transact such other business as may: .
come before the convention.
century and a half back, stand.more picture ship State of Florida, that vessel having emigrated to Savannah l III 1S1G. He' entered prospect of money being lavished upon the The different counties in the State will .

,iue in the imagination ; and it may be been sunk by a collision with a bark in Yale College, but left without. graduating. capital city by the present Congress.The send delegates to the convention upon the ,
of them were really more picturesque mid-ocean. Out of 1G7 the State I following basis '
on :
that !some persons In 1831 he went to NevvvOrleans.. studied long-delayed bribery case of ex-Sen-

than our modern heroes. He of Florida, only forty-four were saved, and law, supporting himself iy} teaching: was ator Kellogg, which was begun this* week votes One, or delegate part of one for the hundred first, one cast hundred in each

whom we have more especially in mind of the bark's crew only the Captain and admitted to the bar in Jf.$;& and rose rapidlyto collapsed to-day unexpectedly. The Star county for the candidates upon the Con-

certainlY was for lie was the hero of a literary two of the men were rescued. One hundred a high position in the profession. Heal Route[ contractor Price swore that he paid servative Democratic State ticket at ,the
battle in England and he was general election in ISsO) additional
down one
and twenty-three souls went ;
or
<:tonn o became prominent! as a, politician, attaching the ex-Senator $20,000 for a valuable ser-
than other men of the quill delegate for every additional hundred votes,
bark
with the and twelve with the
fortunate steamer ,
more himself to theyVhib party. In vice. The Judge excluded the testimony of or the last fraction over the one hundred
lor the fins that lie created conferred upon making the total loss of life 135.: 1852 he was chosen t6 'the Senate of the Price under the- statute of limitations, the' when it amounts to fifty or more so cast for

him lucrative office and a tomb in Westiiiin The third officer, James Allan, in an interview United States,'where he soon allied himself I dates not being in the indictments, and un- such candidates, the number r to be deter-
Whether office was con The mined, when there is a difference, by the
!'.lor Abbey. told the following story: in of
with the Democratic
party consequence der the instructions of the Court the jury vote for such candidate on said ticket who
troublesome } night on which the disaster' occurred was the action of the two parties on the slavery brought in a verdict of not guilty. When stood highest on the county vote. But if
aspirant, is a question, from a clear, though moonless, and the sea was as question. In 1859 he was re-elected to the this announcement was made defendant any county increased its vote at the general

remark made of him by David Hume: in a smooth as glass He (the third officer) retired Senate; his colleague being John Slidell.On left the court-room with his counsel and election of 1882 it shall have the benefit of
such increase. The counties under this rule
letter to Dr. Blair, when the literary squabble to his bunk at 8 o'clock, leaving Chief December 31, 1800, .in a speech in the friends. The result of the trial was the will be entitled to representation as follows :
was at hoiliirjr; point, of which the affirmative Officer Thompson in charge of his deck. Senate, lie avowed his adhesion to the principal theme at the court-house to-day,

be strongly asserted. Alachua..1G Levy........ ........... SLiberty
may pretty About 11:10 he heard signals suddenly givento Southern Cause and February 4 he with- and Mr. Kerr, of the government counsel, .
:MacPherson: the author on Baker.... ...... ...... 2 ...;............ 1
We refer to James stop the steamer's engines, followed by a drew from the Senate and. was at once appointed expressed considerable disgust, saying, that Bradford...... ........ 9 Madison..11 ,
oft translation claimed to be of the Gaelic fearful crash. He rushed immediately on Attorney-General in the provisional Kellogg was hedged about by.all manner of Brevard..... ...... 2 Manatee.............:. G ,
poems of Os&San. His work appeared in deck, and the first thing h<2 noticed was a government of the Southern Confederacy. influences to save him from the penitentiary: Calhoun..."...... ...... 2 )[ari n...,............11
The impression of learned men was their starboard bow. He Clay..................... 4 Monroe ...... ........12
)1762.<; red light pretty close on Secretary thought the sooner the administrationof .
In August he was appointed Acting Columbia............10 I Nassau................. (.
strongly in favor of its worth and genuineness At the same moment he heard the Chief of War, but resigned in February, 18G2, justice in the District was reorganized the Dade........ ............ 1 Orange........ ........IIPolk
; and Dr..Blair wrote warmly in sup- Officer's voice and the cry of collision:' on account of having been censured by a b tter. Duval............ .....1G I f ..................... 5Escanibia..15
port of the claims MacPherson:: when the and perceived the bark which had run into Committee. He, however On the dizzy height of the Washington Putnam..... ......... 8
MacPherson:: Congressional : Franklin.............. 3 Santa Rosa............ 7
tide turned to disputation, them go down. Running to the side of his stood high in confidence of Jefferson monument workmen are now busy laying a Gadsden..............12 St. Johns..... ......... G
was bitterly assailed as an empiric. Even vessel he endeavored to ascertain the dam- Davis and was appointed Secretary of State, two-foot course of marble daily. It is esti- Hamilton ... ......... 8 Sumter......... ........ 7
llmnc at first wrote that there was much to age done, and perceiving an immense which position he held.'until the downfallof mated that the work will be completed bynext. Hernando ............ 8 Suwannee..... ...... SHlllsborough..10
mindthemeritoftlieauthor'sclaim. Taylor...... ...... ..... ,*i '
in his
confirm gaping hole into which the sea was fast then took his November. On the 22d of February -
the Confederacy. He. up Holmes ......... ...... 3 VolusiaWakulla..4-............... 5
pouring, and feeling, as he said himself, residence in London, where he entered 1885, it is proposed to hold a grand Jackson..... .........15
Jlacrherson became cross and irascibleas that the steamer was going, he hurried to successfully into the ,practice of the. legal dedicatory celebration in this city, for which Jefferson...............10 Walton..4Lafayette.
the dispute waxed warm, and gave uncivil the Captain, who at once gave ..orders to get profession and in 18GG published "A treatiseon Congress and the Board of Directors of the ..... ......... 4 Washington ......... 4
Leon..... .............10 i
replies to such men even as Hume, 'out the boats, four of which were down in the law of sale of personal property." monument are arranging the programme. .

who, simply seeking the truth in the interest 15 minutes, when the State Florida just Since the publication of' that work :Mr. Here, again, truth is stranger than fiction, The counties will select their delegates
either in mass-meetings or conventions, as
of letters,, solicited candid. interviewswith keeled over to port and went down stern Benjamin has continued his residence and the old residents suspect! their own ears may be considered best by the people acting

the strong-headed Scot. Hume wroteto foremost. As near as he could calculate the abroad ostensibly in private life, but his to learn that the work approaches completion. through the usual party organization. And <

Dr. Blair, asking him to review his i disaster occurred_ in latitude 49 degs. north name from time to time coming into promi- it is recommended that the citizens in each \
county assemble for this at the-
favorable expressions, and to probe tho and longitude 39 degs. 30 mms. west, or nence in connection with important public -- -- -- CourtHouse, or other usual purpose place of meet-.

question to the bottom. These are a portion within 1,200 miles of the Irish coast, as topics.-Savannah A'ews.iVASHINGTON. THE "JiOUTWELISS" UETttlN. ing, on Saturday, June 14th ; but if they fail -

of Hume's lines : when their last bearings were taken on that y--- to assemble on that day, they should meetas
But you must not mind so strange and about latitude 50 THE SITUATION AT KEY "WEST-THE HARBOR early as practicable thereafter.It .
day they were 47 degs, w. .. '. .. ;,.,; ,
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heterodite a mortal than whom I have 'i S- .t FILLED WITH WAR VESSELS-THE EFFORTS'" recommended that where conventions *
mins, north and longitude 38 degs. 35 mins. held for
the
scarce ever known a man more perverse and are precinct meetings
unamiable. He will probably start for west. A TELLING SPEECH OX THE TARIFF BILL-UNEXPECTED TO PREVENT THE EXPEDITION. appointing delegates be held one week priorto

:Florida with Governor Johnstone, and I ALL WASHED INTO THE SEA. COLLAPSE OF THE KELLOGG The revenue cutter Boutwell, Capt. J. G. the above, date suggested for the conven-
would advise him to travel among the BRIBERY CASE. Baker, arrived in port yesterday from Key tions.
As the vessel went down all on deck, including to
Chickasaws and Cherokees in order to tame Arrangements are being perfected secure
and civilize him." the Captain, were washed off by the 'V ASIIIGTONIay:: 3. 1884. West, where she was ordered several weeks largely reduced rates of travel to and from

He was appointed by the English Government -; sea. Officer Allan further stated that the On Tuesday, when the eloquent Ohio ago, to assist in preventing the filibustering the convention,and this committee will give
to the committees due notice of the
exceedingly cool too cool in member lIon. Frank Hurd expeditions which were expected to start county
Surveyor-General of Florida, immediately Captain was was making results reached at an early day.
upon the cession of the territory to fact, as he did not seem to look upon the his tariff speech that has been called. the from there or from neighboring ports. The undersigned, composing the State-

England; in 1763. He probably took refugein danger as serious or pressing, and this, to- event of the season, the advocates of pro- The Boutwell was in port here for repairsto Executive Committee, call upon all con-

official life to escape the storm, being gether, with the fact that he appeared in no tection felt that their cause was receiving her machinery when she was ordered servative differences citizens, without and associations regard to who past
i political ,
associated at Pensacola with the first Eng- hurry to save himself, was possibly the rea- telling blows, while the friends of the :Mor to Key West. During the first two days favor the continued supremacy of our partyin

lish Governor. son that more passengers were not saved. rison Bill thought their hour of victory had there she cruised along the coast, but after this State, and who are willing to aid the

JfacPJierson, was appointed for life, at a They would have taken to the boats had dawned. The echoes of this speech will that was stationed in the harbor, her officers National Democracy in its struggle for

Jiigh salary, and the official tenure shows it they not supposed when they saw him so be heard all through the pending campaign, and crew, in conjunction with the officers of victory unite through in the our campaign party now organization opening, to in-

was in contemplation to make his posterity cool that the danger was not great, and and it will take a permanent place in tariff the naval vessels, doing picket duty in small sending delegates to this convention.S. .

(he sublimest of cracker Creoles.On moreover the sea was so calm. Of the eight literature. In the language of an enthusi. boats. On Saturday Capt. Baker received PASCO, Chairman, Monticello.
boats carried four launched will be orders to return to Savannah, and starting F. P. FLEMING, Jacksonville.J. .
this ground we claim him as one of were safely astir free-trader : Passages from it
A. HENDERSON Tallahassee.
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Florida's great men. Not the less because two were smashed by the collision, and of declaimed by the school boys of generationsthat .Saturday night reached here after a passageof WILLIAM SCOTT, Sanford.

England could not foresee her own tenure the other two he knew nothing, but believed will enjoy the blessings of free trade.. Go hours. While at Key West the offi-

to the property which it was designed Mac- that they were washed away when the The orator was preceded by Representative cers did severe duty. In addition to Capt. Silk Culture at Archer.

I'herson was to survey. His name ought to steamer went down. lIe did not believe Hiscock, who made a long protection Baker they are : First Lieut. Wm. H. Rob-

be venerated among us, because he was the that any one had escaped in them, how- speech, dealing mainly with statistics, and erts, Second Lieut. S. L. Crosley, Second THE FIRST COCOON OF TIlE SE.\SOS-TIIE NEW

first to put the .land in condition for the ever. exciting but little interest. Mr. Hurd had Lieut. Sam'l Howard, Third Lieut. Howard INDUSTRY A COMPLETE SUCCESS.To .

operations of the gentlemen speculators of GUARDING AGAINST FALSE HOPES. .not spoken two minutes before he. had the Emery, Chief Engineer Wm. C. Wheeler, the Editor of the Mirror:

England, to light the spark which has If they had he did not want to raise any undivided attention of every person on the Second Assistant, Engineer E. A. Jack, Before me lies the first cocoon, a bright

smouldered until it has blazed out into the false hopes, his opinion being that they floor and in the galleries, which he held until Second Assistant Engineer Chas. F. Nash. yellow ball of, silk, the first of 20,000 silk

illumination of modern syndicates. There never would be. heard from again. When the close. His auditors yielded to an in' The cutter Dix is now doing the same worms that have been insatiable in their de-

was something dynamitic in the Florida No.2 boat was being lowered the tackle was fluence of a power based chiefly on the duty as the Boutwell. The Tennessee, the mands for moms multicaulis leaves. Began

possession to the fancy of the mother country cut too quickly and the occupants, who orator's sincere belief in the righteousness flagship of the North Atlantic squadron, the as an experiment simply has been an ,un-'

and the Spanish realized this a half were all passengers, were upset into the sea. of the doctrines that he:preached. In his Swatara, the Galena, Yantic and Alliance, qualified success ; the worms have thriven,.

century later when the incendiary Jackson A number of them, he says, clung to the own language he spoke in the interest of the comprising a fleet of five naval vessels, with and had uniform good health and appetite

persuaded Spain that it was best to let go boat's bottom during the remainder of the toiling poor, pleading the cause of wage- between 1,500 and 2,000 marines, are sta- equal to anything the genial climate of

also. night and were picked up in the morningby workers of the United States. He held that tioned in the harbor._. -, Savannah News.. Florida possesses. It is encouraging, and .

MacPherson was loth to return to the un- the other boats. On Sunday, after drft-; the tariff is ultimately paid by the con- --List----of- --Letters----- leads to the hope that silk culture may

grateful land which had so made light of his ing thirty-five hours, we were picked up by ,I sumer, and that the government allows individuals :Remaining the Post-Office at Fernandina prove a success, and an answer to the

achievements. Could he have bridged over the Titania, and the following Tuesday the I to exercise the'taxing power. If Nassau county, Florida, :May: 10, 1884Petsons I thousands of rosen-out people in the North,
the occupation of Spain or left an untroubled party now on board the Titania were trans- a man could make a better contract with a calling for these letters must say who are so anxious to live in Florida, but

history over which he could have ferred to the bark Louise, of Cardiff, while off Frenchman, a Mexican, a Canadian, or an advertised I who want some occupation to prove remunerative -
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been tranced to the day of our national in- Bird Hocks, but the latter being overcrowded Englishman than with an.American he had till the gardens and groves be-
Blaner JacobIack:: Chas
kpendence he would have been as good a the party were again transferred to a right to do it. When a ''man earned in Bowls,,Joe :Myers: T B come established. Mrs. Rosie Trueblood, .,

ankee as any of us. Nevertheless, we like the Titania" Officer Allan declined to give one day a dollar it expressed all that day to Brind, Henry, Merchant, Nelson recently from Iowa, is entitled to the creditof

his good luck, and still hold him to our his opinion of the cause of the accident. him. It represented his hopes, his fears, Betty, G :M :Myers: J the experiment in this locality, but as

hearts. As the English Government could All] of the rescued people agreed that the his toil, and his anxieties. With that dollar Beecher Bonapart, H, Jane C R McCanee Mills, Jas, A Fanny soon as sufficient trees can be grown others

not vitiate his appointment for life, they case of the State of Florida was the quickest he went to purchase what he wanted from a Caplon, Freedman Olson, B M propose giving this industry a.fair trial, and

wftcned down his temper by making him a and most appalling disaster they had ever Frenchman, but the government stepped in Dietz, Hiram J Policy, Mary before many years Archer maybe the centreof
abob! of India at an immense salary. He heard of. James Steele, of Aye, surgeon of and said, You must buy from an American. Eycleshimer, Peter D Peak, W H ((2)) silk culture in Florida.
Graham Mrs E M Proctor. Afie
went back to Britain and, with the Persist the Slate of Florida was of the opinion that ." He went to the American who said, Howard,, Gibson Reinger, Mrs R G Our new church, the Friends', is rapidly

cncy of Bradlaugh, he got to Parliament. the real inwardness of the accident would "I charge two dollars for that article." So Herrick, Mark A Robinson, C L approaching completion, and on the 18th

11 hen he died he was rich enough to secure never be ascertained, as the whole thing the man must go back to his toil and Hopf, R J Stewart. Thos will be formally dedicated.For .

for 1 himself tomb in Westminster Abbey. was too sudden. The passengers were all in another day must go out of his life to get Hemeson, Louise Slater, Toby several weeks our town has had no '
Eliza Solomon Marky
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Haywood,
I I c.has given Florida the privilege of inhtrHlI1 bed at the time and so were the sailors off that additional dollar. *l By the power of Kenning, :Mrs: B S Semple, Dr John saloon, and no quieter place can be fonnd

,; his fame and such an amount of duty. He says that the officers, crew and law," said Mr. Hurd, the man is compelledto Hayes, S A Scharwinger, Evans in the State-no need of a marshal, no

the[ Jllbt of his feet as clung to them intru passengers all seemed to have lost their work one day against his will' for the Hooper, Mrs Laura L & Co J John drunken riots, no confusion, and yet there
Jackson Andrew Thompson,
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<;Ulatjng our swamps. His original head. American manufacturers. Johnson, Mrs Nora Tison, Clara are those who think a saloon necessity,

"wuubcripts; of Ossian may be] yet found Monday of this week was a day set apart ,Jones, :Mrs Alonzo Wallace, Al S and are willing to sign their names to
""nowhere buried in a tin box. At his Valuable O'angc Lands for Sale. for Congress to consider demands in behalf: Land, R E A Williams, Dester a petition for one. Shame on such men.

death lie-Jiad: survived the necessity of car- Tracts containing twenty acres each of of the nation's ward-the District of Colum- McDonald,Taylor White, Emma Vegetables are coming in quite rapidly,.
:Miller John G
lug much for the choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake bia. A free asked for across the I maturity.. -
fame of them. Although bridge was S. T. RIDDELL, P. :M.: the recent rain hastening them to
there suitable for growing and truck farming ?
was enough in and MacPherson: to are now orange offered for sale. These lands' Potomac, and a half million dollars to perfect AECHEE.: ., :

jutify II us in elevating! him to our .state. are very conveniently situated for transpor- the sewerage system of Washingtonwas For Sale.A Archer, Fla., Jlay 7, 1884. f ')
mt eon.-C. D. in Florida Herald. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on also requested. After protracted filibustering second-hand piano. Will be sold cheapif ,-tl. Y
terms'to suit purchasers. Titles are unquestionable. several members Summer Silks ;;
THE .- Also valuable timber lands in opposition by applied for soon. For further information .. ;, : ". "
Marine Bank of the city .of. New' large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, the sewerage bill was on the point of pas- apply at the office of" 40 cents a yard at" > >.

T ork suspended payment on Tuesday last: February.1G, 18S '. Fernandina, Fla. sage, when the action was defeated by the ;. : ; : ., THE MIRROR.: : (' J.; & T. KYDD'S: i';
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LOVES' HERITAGE. body had been declaring that they I Plover, and could lay down the law to I conaQe n Even the callow subalternsmade hem of her pure white robe.

,itf. wouldn't sit near him." everybody that was anybody on board his acquaintance: and offered him I am proud of you,'* she whispered

- :'i': Bend o'er me, blue as: summer skies, With dinner came disenchantment.The < that ship. cigarettes. : -and her voice was just a little brokenas
t The azure splendor of thine eyes, brown hair the flowing If wish it she replied andon The cow-boy accepted these overtures she
And! smile with lips whose murmur tells, lovely you ; rose, declining at his biddin
,::f Like lingering sound of far-off bells beard, and the violet eyes with a snap deck they went arm in arm, a with frank bluntness, }but did the second encore, loudly as it was de"

O'er shining seas, that thou for me I in them, were indeed there, but the I manifestation aha a wonder. not follow them up. He did not enter manded.

;. Art skies and sound and summer sea! I picturesque attire had been replacedy Now tell me all about yourself," upon the duties of the high appoint- The song ran in her ears all that

,. Skies that contain the sun, and moon, : a suit of unmistakably ready-made i she said when 'her chair had been ment which the fair widow had unmistakably -'" night and held her sleepless. Of course

:." The stars, the birds, the winds of June clothes, which did not fit him, and I found placed where it couldn't roll bestowed ; and this wor- he had sung it at her of her, for her.

,, ,',: And Bear tones more that than, swelling music in far mine and ear near; made him look from the chin down- over, and she was properly packed up ried her. It would never do for her She was his queen The melodious

: And sea, above whose changeless hue ward like a very common person. in rugs,against the spray. He told to take up a man and for him to drop passionate worship filled her with de
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',. \,,.' The sun is bright, the sky is blue! I He is not a cow-boy," Cora whispered her little about himself, but much her. For any man to drop her was )light, and l then she cried in sheer vexation

to the Senator. "He eats his about the life he had been leading out of the It all :Mrs. -
Art thou my star? Sweet love, thou'rt more I .question. was to think that a man who could ll
: ":.r Than all that ever twilight bore. soup like a well-bred man." its privations and adventures,its perils Nickerson's fault, chilling him with sing with such exquisite taste should [1
I Art thou my song? Dear love, from thee Hush He'll hear and its and the of her So
". The whole world takes its melody.Art you. pleasures, splendors Washington ways. one morn- have to be told not to eat with his
..:" thou-nay! what can words impart The warning came not a momenttoo nature in the land where it had been ing when the Senator had vacated the knife. It was most unscrupulous of

To tell one dream of what thou art! soon, for the violet eyes were on passed. And he told her all this well, chair between these ladies, and the fortune to give him the voice of

Thou art my all: I know that Love her, and there was a snap in them. in good English, and that low, musi- cow-boy was pacing the deck, Cora troubadour and the externals of a shop-a

\ ; : Rains from the deepening dome above Served with fish, he clutphed his cal voice. gave him one of her best smiles and boy. It was all very well for him 1 to

'.; In silver dew-drops, that the earth fork as though it were a dagger, Do you know," she asked him said, with her pretty hand on the unoccupied sing ;
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:' Receives with husked and solemn mirth ; it into his of red i when the first bell for dinner "
a's' So thou-all seasons linked in one- plunged portion rang seat, Oh, Mr. Turner, won't Whether her birth be noble or lowly,
.: Art flower and bird and breeze and sunCentury.! snapper, tore off a morsel which he that you are very interesting?'' He you come and tell my friend some of I care not more than the spirit above

'. deliberately placed on the point of his smiled and something like a veiled those charming stories about Nevada? And I'll give my heart to my lady's keepin..

- TWO OF A TRADE. knife, and so passed it to digestion. snap came over the violet eyes. I She's-dying to hear them." This wasa And And ever the stars her strength shall fall on and mine the shallll'an angels,be

'It : ; Having finished, he moped up the must introduce you to my friends-I fib.The weepingEre

; sauce with a bit of bread 'and ate it would so like, Mr.\ Turner ; you have cow-boy seated himself, and I cease to love her, my queen, mv.
A f of the White
'1 vor steamship Then he looked at the beautiful widow done me an immense service. Oh, without a word of deprecation or qneen !
;J :1 :,-it Star Line is in the act of leaving her But for her, Cora Plover? What
again, and wiped his mouth with his yes, you have I know I should preface did as he was told. Cora
; : ;' wharf at New York for summer
i "l i a trip pocket handkerchief! have been horribly smashed up if you found herself listening like another would Fifth Avenue say if this human
J'} the Atlantic with berth
t ) .a .across every tl My\ test is a true one," she sighed, hadn't caught me. Will you let me Desdemona, and when he had done, paradox were to be photographed and
l The bell all for
''I E _I engaged warning as he left the table. "He is a cow- do you a little one in return. ?" and she wanted a glass of lemonade, exhibited as one for whom she had
y
.4 the shore" has ceased. The
., irrepressible boy." A real snap came into his eyes now. she did not like to send him for it. lain awake a whole Summer night:?

1- straggler-who answers on these The next morning, whilst going be- One does< not seek a return for Afterwards they took a turn on At Queenstown she received several

'i f :J -has occasions been to hustled the inevitable Derby the dog low to get a book out of the libraryshe such things." deck, and she cross-examined him on letters, and among them the following:

? A! along gangway tripped upon the slippery brass But if it is for your good ?" plead- various subjects. Yes-he had passed CROMWELL TERRACE.
( .: f which the deck hands will have
I '; off another moment when the hand- edging of the companion stairs, and ingly. most of his young days on his father's Dearest Cora : All our deeply laid
In
fell headlong into the arms of a man Go on." farm, but (impressively) he had beento traveling plans are scattered to the
crowd
'
.,: kissing, handkerchief-waving who was just coming out of the smok- And you will not be offended?" school to London. Why, of course winds, and brand-new ones must be

:: {: : shell on the and planks is parted as by a bomb-small ing-room. If there be no offense," he replied he was going straight home. By and made. It is all my fault, and you

. k: valise, rushes a man carrying with a loud Oh, thanks so much,'* she gasped, gravely. by he would go to London again, and shall scold me as much as you can findit

'j.'F
J 'l:}! I scramble on on board.. just He is manages remark-', "I should have been hurt awfully if You are so nice in many ;respects that business-like gravity. He would get my excuse. He is Lord :Marden,
I a
r :.1 ) I able in that and immediately I cannot think what made me fall." perhaps it was thoughtlessness, or that hold of some young swell, pay his eldest son of the Earl of Ticehurst, anda
man-
-
'. becomes company of interest "I can," he replied ; it was the you did not quite realize your return tailor's bill, and get him to be his darling. We are to me married on
; an object -
: : and wonder. His""butternut peg heels on your boots." to civilization ; but yesterday at din- guide and introducer to the gayety of the 15th, so you must hurry up. Papa

',4 trousers" tucked into boots Ah !I" ,she exclaimed ; you are ner you-don't be angry-you ate the great metropolis. Cora was has taken this house for the occasion.
are
.{ huge an Englishman then ?" with your knife." shocked. and your room is waiting for you.
reached almost to his knees and
'J1,t t to the up initiated "I am an Englishman," he replied ; Why not ?" And do you really think that any Jack has some mysterious business ot
bearing (
,:. \: of their ) a pictorial red but why the then?"' Why not Good gracious it is gentleman would do such a thing ?" his own at Liverpool, so I have ordered

.-r:.' history with the mud of own.the Sierras They are white We Americans" (she said Amuri- the horror of horrors !" she asked. him to meet you, and pass your baggage

i cans) call for "That is an assertion not '' and all that of and be
..; with the dust of travel black with these"-showing an an an- Lots, said the cow-boy decisively. sort thing,
::" the dirt of the New York, shore instant the point of a; delicately shod swer. I repeat-why not ?" What's the harm ? :My fellow will your'-escort up to town. As we shall
I long little foot-" shoes." In the first place made If .he meet and I half
I
?: you me want money. want society. so soon, am crazy
: : ; (the dirtiest dirty in the world,) and
Nothing that above the in- so nervous I"- for with trousseau fiends at
comes
gives me good society my good no more pres-
} polished to bronze where
J. a bright
.: ,d,: have gripped the saddle. He they step is a shoe," he persisted. That is quite enough," he inter- money we shall both be satisfied. Ifa ent, from your ever loving. JESSIE.

.\ rougTi-ctried: white shirt without wears If .vou, were to CJ 20 into- anv--- -01 store- H- in_ L rupted. If it annoyed- you my question fellow can buy a wife, why can't he "P. S.-Jack is Lord Marden.\ J."
a
any New York and ask for boots is answered. I will not with ''
collar an old blue flannel Norfolk they e hire a pal ? Inquiry was made for a Mr. Turner

.'' jacket,, and a slouch hat the original would show you-well, things such as my knife again." You have certainly very odd when the tug'came alongside for the
wore yesterday." Dressing for dinner the widow hada Mr. Turner. I will
l color of which has ceased to be you ideas, hope they mails.
long
':y'fi determinable. But he out that Ah you noticed my boots?'' great deal to tell :Mrs. Nickerson not be disappointed." The fair widow Cora read her letters and consultedher

r "Hold on !I" in the tone sings of a com- Just as I noticed the funnel, or about the so-called cow-boy," pitched spoke sharply, for his premise about peerage (no properly minded

mander-in-chief, and when he raises the mainmast, or anything else one with some adroitness in an apologetickey. buying wives had been proved in her American woman will travel withouta
"
( his sombrero in apology to some ladies cannot help seeing, she replied care- own case.,, peerage) and looked out Ticehurst-
lessly. 41 A new paradoxus." said the Sena- Perhaps he saw that he had offendedher. thus : '
who had been disturbed
entrance a remarkable by his irregular head- "Were you going down for anything tor when he also was told. A maleof Perhaps his confidence in the "TICEHURST, Eighth Earl.-John

# is disclosed., The very shrink I can get you?" he asked. the human race who looks like an means proposed for'getting into societywas Stephen :Mayne, only son of Seventh

u from him right and passengers left, as though "I wanted something to read." archangel, dressed like a cad, talks likean shaken. Earl, born at Chillington Royal, 1830:

.'",i.'r he were some dangerous animal, and You can't read on board ship. encyclopaedia, and wants to argue Of course you know better than I married, 1852, second daughter of

'/,' .i a steward rushes with a" Ere Your eye runs over a lot of words, the question as to the propriety of eat- do," he observed, apologetically. Admiral Sir Claudius Tournour, K.

,"i,w:;""'iii. second-class passingers.up now I but it is not reading. If I could go I ing with one's knife !1" Won't you advise me what to do ? C. B.; has issue. 1. John Ashton.

.. :i; For all answer this man hands !him to those people on deck who have i "Ah, yes," Cora pleaded. But i Would you just help me a little ?" Lord :Marden, born 1852. 2. Jame

"J' iiis valise, (a brand-new one,) saying, books in their hands, and say, Stop: how nicely he gave it up !" I This was a poser, for she had not Claudius, born 1854,late Scots Guards.

j :\ Take that to No. 142 and then come right where you are, and tell me The Senator smiles and asked, "Is i the least intention of knowing him on 3. Violet Alexandra, born 1857.
: ,
: ; back and show me the way to the what the last six lines were about,' he to join the ranks" of your forlorn shore ; but her woman's wit was Seats-Chillington Royal ; Killpeg,

:'c'I" bath-room.'' He fQllows the. wondering not one in ten could answer. You hope, Mrs Plover ? equal to the occasion. N. B.; 189 Grosvenor Place. Clubs-

; : waiter a step or two, whispers seem to be a"good sailor-come up and Nonsense" I mean to civilize himthat's My dear Mr. Turner," she said, Carlton., Travellers'."

?M'' ;. something in his ear, and apparently talk to ine. all. with all your natural good qualitiesyou So Jack" had a brother who would

J A, shakes hands with him. Opinions She looked at his shoes. The ends 11 But if in the", process he meets the will be under no necessity to buy be, speaking formally, the Honorable
l : were three inches broad, and the in- common doom ? friends. You will make them."
: James \ The
1; differ as to whether he is a digger from Mayne. Mayne? name
', step was artificially wrinkled. The He is big enough to take care of I dare wonder he went
i Leadville, a Mormon\ elder, an escaped say you seemed familliar to her somehow.
: .. it convict or a Texas ll cowboy1and ends of his pants'1 were sprung out himself. Besides"-with a laugh"if on"why a rough fellow like me'should Where had she heard it, or who had,
over the foot, and stiffened after a I. am the flirt you all pretend to want to into society. If knew
that
the important question-what is to be go you written about it? Could he be
done with him at table?-being a first- fashion that made her shudder. His think" me, I must not get out of prac- what it is to live for years without the unprincipled but delightful Jim"

':: class vest had hideous fancy buttons, and tice. sight of a woman's face, or worse-in Mayne about whom friendof
a gushing
passengerarises.The ,
;' captain's cabin on deck is en- the cuffs of his coat bore a vulgar This conversation took place at the the sight of faces which disgrace womanhood I her girlhood, married in London,
elaboration of braid. door of the cabin
.' gaged by the wife and two children of captain's just as the you'd understand. When had written such shocking stories some

:.: : Senator: Hiram J. Nickersen, and her Could she-accustomed to the hom- dinner gong began its deafening din. you got over your high-well, when four or five ? '
years ago J!
; ; bosom friend Mrs. Plover-a young age of golden youth.in its most strict As they went down Mr.\ Turner was you smiled at me that day and let me There was a fog in the ::Mersey off I

'1 .,;:,'f, widow in her second year of colors, sense-brush skirts with this distress- formally introduced by the widow to talk to you, it was like a draught o course, when the big ship floated up I
suit ? The butternut her friends. He used his
ing trousers and fork for its
: : and one of the most accomplished cool water after a day's ride in the hot with the tide and the tender with
,
,.... t flirts in the United States. The Hon. the slouch hat were the right thingsin legitimate purpose, ,and in no way dust of the canyons." custom-house people, clerks from the

I !j' Hiram J. has a sleeping berth in an- their way. She could have been committed himself during the repast.At They were leaning over the ship's company's office and favored friends
t seen with him in them. A its conclusion he betook himself
queen to side-he at the blue
other gazing
part of the ship waves, of passengers came fussing up. Cora
:. :- Now Mrs. Nickerson though provided might talk with a cow-boy in cowboy'sdress the smoking room, and was seen no laced with finest traceries of foam that got up in her shore-going clothes, with
t ,' because he did not more that night.
: with a nurse, had, as usual, to pretend swirled past ; she furtively watching just an extra frill on for Jack orJessie's
be.anything else than a cow-boy and At any rate, observed Mrs. Nick- him. She knew what it
when
i : take care of that person's charges in means a benefit, stood at the head ofthe
the was spoken to as'such. But here wasa erson, "he has the good taste not to man's voice falls and falters and when
.: ...j. supreme moment of departure, and companion stairs looking in vain
ir :t so the sensational appearance'of that pretense and a failure. force" himself upon us. he cannot look the woman to whom he for the. cow-boy. It would never do
,' She hesitated. You scared him with your .g ran d is speaking in the face and thrill of
but
l r picturesque doubtful stranger was a for him and"Jack" to meet; so the
r .:< lost upon her. He had,. therefore, to "I think I understand, he said, air,5'said Cora petulantly. "That'sjust triumph ran through her. This was was to wish him good-bye in the
: be described. noticing her embarrassment We the way with youVashington big She felt Pmost
i i. I game. as a man accus- decisive manner before the other
"t ;;f'. :My dear," said Cora Plover, he. have not been regularly introduced, women Your husbands, go spouting tomed to slay pigeons and partridges came on board, and thus be rid of him.

'4-1 :: is like :McKee Rankin in The Dan-. and I don't ,see how we can be, as I democracy all over the country to get feels when his first stag rolls over on How tiresome he was Why did he

',i ,/: ites I" but handsomer. He has lovely:' know no one on board. :My name is you your position, and, then you turn the rocks. not appear and take his dismissal iu
Turner, and I was' christened James. your backs upon every one who isn't The usual
1. : long brown hair passed behind his concert for the benefit of this convenient ?
y 1 ,:: ears and rolling over his collar. A My father is a farmer in Hampshire in your set."/ the Liverpool Orphanage came off in i Looming dimly way on the tender's

; t ; beautiful beard,just a ,shade lighter has rather a large place there, but I In English society we know. of no the usual way, with the usual sotto- bridge appeared a handsome man oft
i ": and am a younger son and had to look power equal to that which a handsome voce rehearsals at the cabin
-violet eyes, with a snap,in them. piano. I I about thirty, fresh-faced, close cropped
: : If I could paint I'd take him as a out for myself. I've been silver min- young and rich woman (who can compass leaked out that the cow-boy could sing dapper, speckless dressed from his
ing in Nevada and have made the attendance at her of :
could
1. model for the Archangel Gabriel. my parties sing My Queen-and; Cora pointed shoes to his curly hat as

\, I' :.fJ : What is a cow-boy f" This to the pile, not a" very lofty one, but enoughfor European celebrities) wields in New .agreed to accompany him, but withsome though he had just been picked in
me. York, and out of it, so far as her'fame up
t: Senator, who informed her that male reluctance. The end of the St. James street and dropped where he
If in his dress some hideous has spread. ,The moment she set her
of whatever errors fall, was and
who tend voyage approaching, it
persons was stood. board
age Look in his face and foot board He was the first on
you'll forgive them on this looked round
one almost
cattle in Texas are called "cow-boys," all. time to wean him. Besides, and to him"-as the old dramatics
for a slave-a carrier of books and if he should ,
a
and break down
are a rough crowd. Some or vulgariz
very such another handsome
paraphrase of the famous tucker-in of say-went rushing
"We shall at dinner '' wraps-to make himself;, the sweet of the discredit
: see observed song part
of about the fresh face.
I couplet must have man same
passed Cora age, :
through useful and if
'r generally (
possible would
) fall
& the widow. I've told the to Plover's on her.
mind.
purser She looked in his close-cropped, dapper speckless costumed
put him opposite" us.' He was so glad, face as he spoke, and met the violet thrown amusing aside during with the voyage her salt-stained, and to be It He was the triumph of the evening as though he also had been

., poor man! eyes, (without any snap in them now ) when sang it with a power and a tenderness spirited direct from the same cele
.' gloves it was ended. She
she
,, / The cow-boy exclaimed her listened to the soft, but well toned could score by the = had never heard excelled., brated eminence"-only he had no
r
friend: voice and appointing cowboy" ..H.IS"OlCe rang in triumph and broke flower in his each
: -gave in. He was an Eng- coat. They grasped
to this
There
t ." post. was a dash, with
N o; the purser He was at his lishman; that accounted for tears.: He was a conqueror other by the hand, set their teeth,

,f"" I l._. .twits' end here: to put him. Every- amount of eccentricity. She was Cora any eccentricity scored. daring in the choice, andit I l crowning his queen with victory. He breathed hard and fought down their
The became 1
.
cow-boy a I the slave
1i t': .. per was of her love, kissing the feelings as only Britishers can. They

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couldn't speak just then to save thatfhip I Pshaw I'm not thinkig of money, I From Savannah.hy the Bridgeton ;J'ir" FIXE i .. \,. O. "."...y. -, .. ".i
to the bottom. Jack old deserve be Tuesday and Friday................. 6.00 p. in. I I .
from going straight boy, you to For Savannah, by steamer City of &.................................-......................... : : '; j; > :
words that and I've like ; ..
letter
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articulate came happy, come a and ';" L :
The just Bridgeton, Tuesday_ Friday 6.00 p. tit . ... ,. ,.. .
: ,, : '
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something about the mother, from the Pacific slope to see that you MALLORY LINE. IILLINER yAT ' 'r'o ''-''''' ':' o. > '" .f' '
were 1 .
)'I'"";jf-f: : U't',7. 1 J.1@r'
and Queenie. are. :Most women would love you if For New York direct by steamships .-.............................."':............................. ......,...w-:;;.fhf;:.*'".,.;;;:'";,;............'. :fY-0.;:.....A-4: ;: '
few minutes the one without aflower you wanted them to, but you must State of Texas or City of :','1 .f <,: ,'4: ; ft,"--r:t\-t'.i1- '
In a where Corastood love. If think San Antonio. Thurs)' evening:.............. I' '. ,.':' -,."-'. .. "_
other to
the one
took up marry you you From New York direct by City of .' ,.J: i'\\ '<* "'; **$*ti,}.!;:

and said : you're going to make a sacrifice of San Antonio and State of. Texas KIWSBAZARHATS ,, ",,'' ,.<.;..,....0'. O..J ,
Mrs. Plover, this is'Lord Marden, your life, for the title, or for Violet, or every Friday.......................... 3.00p.m. : ".,-..: ."".". .
think for me"- ST. MARYS RIVER. .
I expect.
whom you
The usual questioning followed, Jack laughed. "Oh, you're there Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- BONNETS RIBBONS ;.j jft/
'. .
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:
For St. Marys and Crandall Tuesday ". I' "J'-r
with most contradictory answerings.Yes are you ? Wait till you see Jessie. and Friday ....................... 2.00 p.m. ?.
she had a most delightful voy- Why, Jim, if she hadn't., a penny, For St. Marys and Dungenesss, on FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS.A ..-.,,,'''k .''
and been very sick, and the she"- Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. m. :

aTe weather, had been dreadful, and she He was over head and ears in love, For Thursday St. Marys.....only.......,..Monday.............and..... 8.00 a. m. Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mall Fichus, ., ; :i.' ',1 :{
had enjoyed herself so much I She and going to be married in three days ; Steamer Martha arrives :

not know what she was saying. so let those who have been in his placefill From St. Marys and Crandall on CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS. ,> ..; ,,.

did She never had suffered from sea sickness up the list of adjectives which he Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. in. ,', .' ..' ..
From Marys and
; but something very like the firstadmonition expended on his bride. on Wednesday and Saturday.Dungenes...,. 1.00 p.m. Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, ; : :'.T ><.;
,
.
of it came over her. When he had done, Jim took a slipof From St. Marys only, Monday and '' ; ..:.< '
around her out of his and handedit Thursday........................... ..... 2.00p.m. All of the Latest Styles. "
Thing heaved and swam paper pocket .....
of her knees melted. In to his brother. That's he -----"---- -
bones
:and the yours, MIGHTY INTERESTING READING."-From FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS,
the mid4 of quite another subject she said. Awfully good of you, but I the 1st of January, 1884, to the 1st of Jan- THE FLORIDA if ;,

broke in with : didn't want it." nary, 1885, we are to have an interesting Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.
"But who-who-was the gentleman It was a check for 200, signed succession of stirring events of which everyone I101VN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
'' will wish to hear. Two military campaigns ,
that introduced you? Marden. are at present in, progress-Unit of El
Why, my brother, of course 1 He Didn't want it?" Mahdi in the Soudan and of the French in -++iI 1 II 1 II I 1 II! I II 1- Jt{ --i-1 -1 I *I i" II i II I IH: -.- Fernandina,

with von. Surely" No. I've made a little pile. The Tonquin-both of which are approaching :I: SUMMER: : GAMES t
over
came the; critical point. The next session of Parliament Towns on u. R. Line.
14 !1" gasped Cora andif mortgages would have been all right
Oli. impossible ,
is to be marked, acording to the announced 1 II! I II I II I !It'| i 1 I': '1 I': 1 I' I I'! i-i-j-?-
she had not clung to the rail he anyhow, and Violet too, Jack. If purpose of Mr. Parnell, by a bitter -if And Cedar Key.:

have made another header down fellows would go on as I did ever get struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel
might their and Scotch Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats
English colleagues to con- ,
to think that rob their sisters like -
the companion. The flowerless one they cede to Ireland some measure of homerule.In .

came up at !this moment, and, !noticingher thieves, and can't make it up, I pity default of this Mr. Parnell promises to )MARBLES KITES, ETC. Offers, to Lessees and Purchasers a large .
] tribulation and the appealing look them." employ his following to so obstruct the ,

lie gave him, said : Why, Jim !I" render transaction the presence of parliamentary of Irish members business at as St.to -\LSO- number of the most eligible'and desirable

'. Let me take you out of this crowd. I've 300 shares in a silver mine, Stephen's intolerable. This programme insures Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.KING'S .
jots, suitable for Business Purposes
There is no h rry.Ve shall not which bring in $5 each month ; and a succession of exciting scenes in Par- or for

they're I've left orders to sell liament. The new reform bill which Mr. City Suburban Residences
anchor for another half-hour. Aft rising. Gladstone proposes to carry during the session BAZAR, or ,
they went alone to the rail over which out when they get to seven and a half. of 1884, 'will also doubtless excite

they had so often leant, and then he That will pay my debts, put backViolet's general interest in the United States as wellas Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. UPON EASY TERMS. = -
throughout the British empire. Vastly-
began : money, and give me about.
i more interesting to American readers will be ;
I don't like to tell )"ou'wbat an 5000 a year.'I the discussion to take place at Washington O. S. CAKES Liberal Discounts'on Values allowed to

idiot I made of myself before I wentto Dollars?" within the next few months over our own ,
parties engaged in indus-
manufacturing or
reform bill. The Republican members of
"
Let the No guineas-about. So if Queenie
at
America. me begin the present Congress are opposed to tariff
mine"-, where I was known by my God bless her !"--Here Jim pretendedthat reform. The Democrats, it is said, are CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, rial enterprises, who will erect on the property -

mother's name, spelt Tumour. There his leg had gone to sleep, and divided, the majority of them favoring, the
purchased substantial improvementsfor
And Manufacturer of
minority opposing it. Which will get the
about brother stamped.
heard
I something my upper hand? Will the high-tariff Democrats
Jade: which worried me. I left attire I didn't know you thought so much cooperate with the Republicans to maintainthe FLOORING, CEILING, MOLDINGS, residence, or in which to conduct their

minutes' notice, just as I stood. about her." mused Jack. present absurd law ? Or will the Demo- business.

In Xcw York I had only time to buy "Thought! why, I loved the very crats bill to act the together Senate, which and send the Senate a reform will tariff de- FANCY SCROLL SAWING,

rune ready-made clothes and scramble dust under her feet, but she would cline to pass? Every step of the strugglein BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS ,

on board, as you saw. My brother not believe me-or any one else either the Capitol Washington will be watched ,
by exemption for a term of from
-dear old fellow who remembers -because I had made such an ass of and with by lively the time concern Congress all adjourns over the the country pub-, NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. years

everything, made my tailor send me myself with-well, that's all over. So, lic mind will be ripe for the opening of a taxation, offered by the several cities and
if Queenie will have I'll settle Presidential campaign which, it is safe to
:-ome things to Queenstown. I have me, STAIR and CHURCH WORK a SPECIALTY.
towns. Apply to .
down take of the Governor'sfarms say, will exceed in warmth any of its prede-
had hair cut and sacrificed one
my my ; cessors since 1860. The meeting of the CHAS. W. LEWIS,
heard in the barber's shop this morning perhaps, and bully him about Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the Elevations and Floor Plans!:, with esti- Fernandina.
and am Jim Mayno again. improvements ; become a squire and 2d of January, and the reassembling of the mates, furnished at reasonable rates. Office cor. Beach &7th sts. :

That's all. hunt the hounds. I've had enough of Baltimore City Council later in the same S*Orders by mail promptly attended to. '
month, will also events of engrossing
You you said your father was a London life as I led it, and I'd just as interest. But prove supposing the existence of a Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 : .' ::.0. :..'" '. .\ .r

tar-farmer," Cora faltered. soon dip my wife in the main sewer as citizen concerned about none of these things, '. >'l'i.t : :i : .", -
still he will need to read The Sun for news .
So he is. Good let her enter it.
tenants are scarcein GOOD NEWS for NORTH-BOUND ". :, ;'
of the thousand and one other events of :
these hard times, so he farms mostof :Mrs. Plover, exquisitely dressed; interest that go so far to make up the cur- TRAVELERS ,, r.. ,
his own land. and looking as happy as though she rent history of the world. The period is ", '

But you ate with your knife." had never heard of cow-boys, attendedher one of rapid movement, and the citizen who :{ ,'., .-:'" '" ,
does not take a is sure to be left be-
paper
My dear Mrs. Plover, you kindlytook Jessie's wedding. When the last hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora New RouteVIA

an interest in me as the Wild handful of rice and the last slipper had paper, now is the time before the actors Montgomery ;

Man of the Sierras, and I had to keep been flung after the happily-released on the world's stage during the year 1884: -
have taken their and
up the character. I used to be a pair, first man Jim leading one of the parts. When places it becomes begun a question to playtheir of I
& FLORIDA ISLAND
GEORGIA STEAMBOAT CO.
great hand at theatricals, and" (very bridesmaids, a lady not humble in securing a reliable newspaper which will ,

markedly) "one must not get out aspect, or proud, but of "that sweet contain all the news, succinctly expressedand -

of practice." color which is just between," approached fairly reported, the proper course to A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE ,
pursue is plain : take The Sun. ,
Misery, shame and utter discom- her and said: BETWEEN .. ''. .'..

fiture He had overheard her con Let me introduce-my queen I THE SUN, FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH. "L. ,',.
versation with the Senator! It would think, perhaps, there may be another Published daily except Sunday. .. : .

be told as a good story how she had wedding soon.'' THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. The Steamer--St. Nicholas /

mistaken Jim" Mayne for a cow-boy My dear," Cora told the blushinggirl -- .'
and set herself to civilize him Her with American frankness, if he Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably ?' Zr4?" ..

harne would be all over the clubs can make love as he sings love songs, Cash in advance-Postage,Free:

before the week was out London cor- there is no perhaps about it."-Sel-- One Year...........$6.00 One Month.....50 Cts
lespondents of American would gravia. Six Months........ 3.00 Three Weeks..38 Cts.
papers Four Months..... 2.00 Two Weeks...25 Cts.
:-jet hold of it, spice it up, and send it Traveler's Guide. Three Months.... 1.50 One Week......13 Cts. XXD'W'SJAMAICA
over for friends and rivals to make Two Months...... 1.00 I

merry about. She would be pointedout TRANSIT & PENINSULAR IaIl.ROAD.Day SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts LEAVES FERNANDINA and Friday EVERY mornings MON-, GINGER CORDIALIS

as the Yankee woman who crossed Passenger Train leaves on arrival of trains from JACKSONVILLE,
THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.A .
NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT
wits with Jim Mayne and got hurt.It For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and CEDAR KEY and WILDWOOD, at 9.30, but contains all the medicinal ,
all points on Transit Road........ 7.20a.m. arriving at )Montgomery 6.30 p. m.; con- properties
was unable She Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in
was ruined, disgraced Savannah and all points North necting there with the City&Suburban Rail- of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It >

undone on both sides. It was and West................................ 7.20.a. m. Compact Shape. way for SAVANNAH, arriving at 7.10. is very pleasant to take, and
a* much as she could do to save herself (connecting at Callahan.) $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 Leave SAVANNAH every Tuesday,Thurs CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,
from into tears. For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all day and Saturday mornings,arriving at Fer-
bursting points on the Florida Central & TER Invariably Cash in Advance. nandina atG.OO p.m.; connecting with trains COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC
The relief came. Western Railroad................. ... 7.20a.m. Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United for Jacksonville, Cedar Key and Wildwood. J
'* But,'' continued the whilom cow- (connecting at Baldwin.) States and Canada. s _____ I DIARRHEA DYSENTERY

boy carelessly I'm not at all of Day Passenger.Train arrives
proud .
PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels
The Steamer David Clark ,
the 1 art. It was low in From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS.
comedy every all points on the Transit Road... 3.50 .In. -- and
j sense of p Will leave Fernandina every Tuesday and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-
the words. Please to forget From Savannah and all points in 1884. Premium Copies 1884. Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthY'
it all-aa I shall. If you could imagine the North and West................ 3.50p.m. to Getters Up of Clubs Darien, arriving at Savannah the following action. Sold by
that our acquaintance began five From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and For the Baltimore Weekly Sun. morning. PALMER BRO'S,
I all points on the Florida Central Leave Savannah every Monday and Thurs Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.Also .
minutes ago, and allow me to cultivate & Western Railroad.............._ 3.50p.m. i Five Copies..S 5.00 day evening arriving at Fernandina the following -i
It in my would doe Train'lcaves With an extra Copy of the Weekly Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA
;,. : proper person you Night Passenger day.Through GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made-
IU an immense favor. Promise For Cedar Key Wildwood, and all Sun one year. tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia -
'Dl1. you points on the Transit Road........ 6.40 p.in. TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 Boston, and Baltimore.For without pepper. 22
For Savannah: and all points North With an extra copy of the Weekly tickets and state-rooms, apply to
\ She ventured to look in his face, and and West................................ t G.40p.m. Sun one year, and one copy of the W. B. TUCKER, Agent
It told her that her secret safe (connecting at Callahan.) Daily Sun three months. Office foot of Centre Street,
.'A do was" For Tallahassee Pensacola,and all FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00 Fernandina. Fla.J. .
promise, she murmured, and points on the Florida Central & With an extra copy of the Weekly A. MERCIER,

more-I understand, and thank you." Western Railroad.................... 0.40 p.m. Sun one year, and one copy of the General Passenger Agent.J. .
They had two hours to wait for the (connecting at Baldwin.) Daily Sun nine months. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. '
tram THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 OFFICES:
and it Passenger Train arrives
spent at the station hotel. Night
With an extra of the
copy Weekly Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.,Jacksonville,Fla.
There the From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
and Nickersons had taken rooms all points on the Transit Road... 8.25 a. m. Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun Bull and Congress Streets.......Savannah, Ga
Mrs. Plover retired with her From Savannah and all points' one year.Getters .

mends. The brothers could talk now the North and West................. 8.25 a. m. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. Will be mailed CDCCto all applicants and to
of Clubs will find the above EC it.
up ordering
"
and did. From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and customers of last I yeuWIthout: and
Florida Central & Tracts containing twenty acres each of It contains illustrations, prices, descriptions
all
so said Jim, "it's come to this. Western points Railroad.on .................... 8.25a.m. terms the most liberal that can be offered bya choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake Seeds directions Plants for, planting etc. Invaluable all Vegetable and to Flowe-all.
You
are going to rich suitable for orange growing and truck farm- DETROIT,
wife
marry a ."ASDINA & JACKSONVILLE: R. R. D. M. FERRY SCO.NOTICE. JIiCh. .-
hose First-Class Family Journal. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
money will pay off the mort- Train leaves daily, except SundayFor I very conveniently situated for transportation .
gag The dear old Jacksonville... 0.50 a. m. and 6:00 m. sold '
anxiety governor's Train arrivves daily, p. SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ,............3 Cts. by water or rail, and will be on .
about keeping the title and except Sunday terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques
i!rovidin for up From Jacksonville..8.50 a. m. and 5.00 p. m. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in. Dissolution of Partnership.
,, Violet's marriage b is relieved Sunday only- The safest method of transmitting money large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, FIRM KNOWN AS THE FIRM OF
I ; and so he will pay my debts For Jacksonville ........................ S.OO'p. m. February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. THE John O'Donald & Sons,at Callahan,
and start Now" From Jacksonville......................10.25 a. m. Nassau County Florida will henceforth be
me afresh.
then?
by mail is .check ,draft
by
> or post-office
What Ed-
and
does all this SEA ISLAND ROUTE. known as the firm of Constantine
!! cost Lost Stolen
or
I have you ? From Savannah,Montgomery, ward O'Donald, they having purchased the.
Proposed to give you five Steamer St., Nicholas, Tuesday, money order. From the residence of Mrs. H. Peterson, interest of Jobn O'Donald in the stock of
hundred
a year," replied Jack, cheer-I Thursday and Saturday............ 6.00p.m. a black silk umbrella, with letters H. S. merchandise in the store at CallahanCONSTANTINE
IhY.1 ; I. I can do it For Savannah, via Montgomery, Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers.: L." engraved on handle. A suitable reward O'DONALD.
without '
." turning a I. Steamer St. Nicholas, Sunday, ,. \, SUN IRON BUILDING, will be paid for its delivery at the MIRROR EDWARD O'DONALD.
Wednesday and Friday............ 9.00 a. m. Baltimore, Md. office. Callahan, Fla., Apri1151884.THE .


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.t THE: FLORIDA Mikuou.' cannot be made to answer the placeof THE SPAXIS1I CLAIMS. I I, lie f CONFEDERATE* SOLDIER I\
:4 i EGYPT"
the improvement of the Fernan' The President has answered the |I ing
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. I Pace the title of ,Gen.
L dina bar because it does not contemplate resolution introduced by Senator I Loring's book

., Subscription, 82 per year; six months, 81. f Egypt, just published by Dodd
so far as any report of the En- Jones on the Spanish claims subjectby To : : ,

Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor. gineer Department has been made, transmitting t1t}*opinion of ,At-, I & Co.; Svo., 450 pp., 48 i illus

HATES< OF ADVERTISING. to permit more water than now existsat torney-General Bfewsterto the effect:' 'Of ; bound in cloth. With:: his

Ten cents a line for the,first, and five cents foreach modesty, the General's preface
the entrance 'of Cumberland: That the Government of the United

Special subsequent local notices insertion., 15 cents a line. sound. States has already done all that it was bound brief and to the point, as follows:

Heading notices,25 cents a line. The State therefore outside of the toilo under the article of the treaty herein- author's purpose has not been to

.. ,. Special rate for time advertisements upon appli before mentioned; in other. words, has fully a history of Egypt, but to trace

; ,.' cation at'the office.Communications. St. John's river, has no special inter- executed the said article, and.consequently, brou their probable causes the events

est in that improvement. What the that under the have for the last decade made
upon all matters of local inter- no liability whatever arising Egypt

est solicited from all parts of the county and from State needs is a port of sufficient treaty now rests upon it. In regard to the conspicuous a thread in the tangled

; along the lines of Florida railways.All interest allowed by 'the judges in the first of Old World politics.
depth of water to receive vessels of the
M communications intended for publication instance, and afterwards, on revision, dis- acquaintance of more than a quarter
1 i should be addressed to the Editor; all "business! draught of those now used in foreign a century with Eastern lands and
'f allowed by the Secretary of the Treasury, To pet
,:,'. letters simply to THE FLORIDA :MIRROR commerce. that stands rejected by the ultimate decisionof and ten years passed in high command

\ :r', SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1SS4. Let Jacksonville be the commer- the tribunal created in conformity with Egypt itself, with unlimited opportuni-

,. ..'. .;',,' mercial mart, the point of distribu- the requirements of the treaty for the pur- the for study and observation in every

'f' THE PARAMOUNT CLAIM FOR ST. pose of adjusting claims preferred them- may perhaps justify the writer in
\ I tion if you choose, the headquarters that the results here presented
JOHN'S.VAR. selves ; and as no appeal from such decisionis may:

of the traveler, the tourist, etc., provided for, it must be deemed conclu' be unwelcome to the general reader.
that
The Times-Union
f complains
I sive the cl claimants with to the has endeavored to give in succinct
and let the port of Fernandina be upon respect by
the Fernandina Mirror and other matter thereof. No obligation exists such features of Egypt's history-
subject .
the outlet for the products of Florida
papers have misrepresented its posi- by virtue of the treaty to "cause satis-' religious and social-as was deemed

its deep sea harbor, and then it will be made" to'them for dam- to a complete understanding of
tion in reference to the bar improve faction to any

,,. .'' not have to be said that under ex- age over and above that which, according to Six drama now being enacted on her soil.

..' ment. isting circumstances our productsand the final decision of said tribunal they have has dealt in some detail with her last six

,, Had the Times-Union republishedthe sustained. more particularly with Ismail Pacha
J ; wealth the $
our to taxes
1, i I ''," article from the Mirror, its can- go pay '. BENJAMIN HARRIS BREWSTER, ex-Khedive, to his thinking the only

: '; I'I'I did and fair-minded readers would of Georgia. Attorney-General. who thoroughly understood the wants

I :: The error of the Times-Union is in his country, or who had any adequate
: have seen that its position was fairly The Spanish Minister, in a letter of how
to
engraft upon the customs
depreciating the great interests of
l stated. Its present explanatory ar- addressed to the Secretary of State, ; habits of a people accustomed for ages
the State in first-class that
S ticle sustains the criticism and in- having a com- on the 8th of December, 1861, forci- fruit despotism in its most absolute form such

terpretation which the Mirror and mercial port at the mouth of the St. bly presents the claim of Spain for box ( of modern civilization as would

IIi :Mary's connected by rail with open the way to a regeneration of
every
other papers have placed upon its the full execution of the treaty, and land.
portion of the State, and with the )
; Our otherwise excellent
\ utterances. says: interesting figure has appeared
trans-Mississippi and the Pacific and
cotemporary has the'.not uncommon "That in the opinion of Spain the clauseof in Egypt in the person of El Mahdi,
of
neglecting the true interests of the St. the treaty of 1819 has not been fully exe- : prophet, who has suddenly caused
T faculty of placing before itself a in
John's in connecting itself with that cuted by the United States, because of the excitement both as a military

mirror instead of a transparent medium by the certain and refusal of the Secretary of the Treasury to political leader. Destined to play an
port sure means
and its ideas come back to pay the sums awarded interest, by the though brief part in the future

itself: reflected simply from its own. of deepening the inland passage and judges who examined and settled the claims the Egypt, something has been said of his

standpoint and embrace nothing be- making Cumberland sound its own presented for redress of the injuries done to and recent exploits, together

.' commercial port and the real outletof the claimants.." fruit the traditional pretensions underthe
;'
yond. the St. John's.It The United States demanded in- not of which he assumes the role of'
Florida needs a first-class com- .
have been mistake of terest of Spain three-quarters ofa
Y 71 mercial port with sufficient depth of may a selfish, cruel policy of the two West

nature in placing the deep water at century ago under circumstances powers France and England, but more
r : water to receive the largest ship of on -
the mouth of the St. Mary's\ river, similar to those of the of the latter has been outlined,
"a Nature and those
l I: which commerce. causes their but as it happens to be there, the Florida claim, and Spain paid that : the best of the author's ability,with im
invariably produce truth.
f part of true wisdom is to take ad- interest. In, the Geneva award
,
.' effects has closed practically the these main features of the work are
t vantage of and improve its natural claims the American counsel Chief As
brief accounts of recent explorations,
mouth of the St. John's river, so tent
; ."It advantages for the common interestsof Justice Waite, Mr.\ Evarts and Mr. the reasons for penetrating the Dark
that from time immemorial there
the State. said "The counsel as well as the influences which
I Cushing, : as-
y has been a low water depth of about upon Mehemet AH, the founder of
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that interest will be awardedby
sume
9 ..iz .... 8 feet and a tidal rise of four feet CORRUPT LITERATURE.A present dynasty, and Ismail Pacha, the
the tribunal as an element of of his in to
successors, undertaking
.y :; of late number of the Florida Mirror has
only giving a practical sea way
,
;
damages. We conceive this to be the area of their empire. As a part
i! about 11 feet. The same natural :an editorial protest against the vile litera- age."A
this encroachments made
were
policy,
J ." I ture with which the country is flooded, and conformable to ,public law, and to
outlet of the
causes have opened an the frontier of Abyssinia. War fol-
by which so many boys and girls are being be required by paramount considera-
St. Mary's river at Fernandina of 12 these ambitious designs, and in its
ruined. It the is in
} says remedy makingthe "
tions of and real
f fI feet at low water with a tidal rise of sale of all such stuff illegal, and by sup- equity justice. came further financial and political
,f' Interest was awarded by that tri to Egypt.
ft of plying its place with reading at once pure
G feet
giving a practical sea way
fI is therefore that there should be
t and interesting. In addition to this, it bunal and paid to the United States proper
about 17 feet. Logically, the commercial an account of theAbyssinians and the
I seems to us something might be done by by Great Britain. ,
port would be where nature into their country ; and as the
booksellers and newsdealers feel
I
making
in the face of all this be-
And
yet was a participant, he has thought it
.It.I' had placed it. that they are incurring disgrace and losing
'! the of to relate somewhat in detail ac
Secretary Treasury
the of the best of the cause a ,
.1 I' t. : By a system of artificial jettiesthe respect part community -
JI' of battles and the terrible tragedies
i h':.,."a"I E Eri by offering this mental and moral who admitted the justice of the
I ',. .: natural outlet at Fernandina bar followed.
j "Jj poison for sale. If it is immoral and dis- amount awarded as the damages at
> be increased in and made have doubt but that the
I j, zrt .; can depth graceful for a man to deal in what makes the time it occurred but refused to AAre no j ji
< ,
.j ;.;: sufficient for the large ships which drunkards and destroys men's bodies and i, will prove highly interesting, ,
the time of
I. allow the interest to out
.'1 : commerce now demands. The harbor souls, is it not equally immoral and disgraceful up make intelligible to American

r i(I for a man to sell what destroys the the award, because the United States
r- :., of Savannah has been deepenedto the complications of Egyp--
;, j;: I; mind, and makes ruffians,. libertines, rob- did not usually pay interest to
these with Euro-
meet requirements by policy in connection
h'tI' bers and murderers? If the liquor dealeris claimants on the Treasury on this
t ;
r k Federal appropriations, and she i responsible for the one, is not the book- governments, and especially :
,, ground and this alone, Mr. Freling-
ji has become the commercial port seller'who prostitutes his counter to the sale of Great Britain.

.1 !;. of impure and immoral literature responsible huysen, Mr. Arthur's Secretary of
.J not only of Georgia, but has largely AVe shall take pleasure in review-
,.t1t i for the other? Here is food for thoughtfor State, says, gratuitously and wrong-
t, the of Florida the
; taken away commerce book and newsdealers, and the intem- the work when we have op-
\ is that
l fully: My impression under -
presenting equal advantages of depthof perate advocates of temperance.Churchand of reading it. Gen. Lor-
the circumstances
Home. ample justice
water. g is a Floridian, and we are glad
t has been done this
by 800
already -
I ,... .f' ': The St. John's river has on its The Church and Home treats the government enroll him among the literate of
: to the aggrieved parties. full
:r :
".f' banks the flourishing and prosperous subject with earnestness. Unfor- State who have contributed as
Mr. and Mr. Brewster's ,
Frelinghuysen -
r" city of Jacksonville, built up tunately, in matters of this kind, to its reputation.
S idea of to be to
I '. ,1'':, by interior trade. Without referenceto the public act upon the principle of justice seems a
exact interest from others and to
..; ,.\., the depth of water at the entrance what is every one's business is noone's. Post-Office Notice.

.. .. cheat other people out of it. per Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. )t.
.1. of the river, the strength of its posi- Doubtless a strong and vig-
.
The people'of Florida, who are so hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
4 ,I .. tion is in the trade it commands orous expression of public opinionby from
_'I -t interested in these claims ies Money Orders and Registered Letters

k ,,Jf : :. from the river population. On the the press and by individuals largely A. M. to 1:00 P. u.; and from 2:00 P. M
what to from
know
\ to
exactly expect a
t ;:' ."; other hand, the people of the interior would have the effect. Most\ of us 3:30: r. 11.ARRIVAL.
t' : administration at Wash
Republican bea
It t arc directly and vitally inter- stop at a news-stand, buy the daily AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
.j I1 .
} ington. Congress has just passedan Transit & Peninsular Railraad-
'
!i J'1: f.r ested in having a commercial port paper or the magazine we are daily except Sunday....... 4:00P.: '1-
T't act to the amount decreed to
'from which to send out their pro- accustomed to get, and pay little pay Brings mails from the North,the
the owners of the Spanish ferry-boat Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
.1"I. .\. ducts as cheaply and as rapidly as attention to what other people buy. railroads.

I I I ,a! possible. For the purposes of the In fact, a respectable person will not Nuestra Senora de Regla, with inter- daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A. M.
I Takes mails for the North, the
est since 1863 at six cent. for
: per ,
1" ,
.. : present and growing population of even look at the vile Police Gazette, Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular -
the seizure and deten-
: damages by roads.
i
4' the peninsula portion of Florida, etc.If I train arrives daily......... 8:30: A. J*.
tion of that vessel. The
principleof
1i 1-1 HT comprising all the ,counties except we suggest to the newsdealerthe Brings Western mail only.
this and that of the East
i "11 seven on the St. John's river, a deepsea impropriety of vending such case Fernandina &Jacksonville Eailroacl-
1:1: I Florida claims is the same but the daily except Sunday......... 8:50( A. )t.
,
,,"- 1 harbor is of vital importance. stuff he will agree with you it is i Brings the Jacksonville and St.
\ }. machinery for ascertaining the damages of John's river mails.
I I :' They have now an outlet for large miserable trash, but will excuse himself i M.
5.00 P.
different. A decree of daily except SundaJ--
"i vessels only at Fernandina, and Savannah by saying' that if he does not was a Brings mails same as above.

j:'; ..- court in one case, a decree of a daily except Sunday.......... 9:00 A. )t.
; "<, with its greater depth of sell it others will. He will even go one John's
'; ::{ of the court in the other. Takes the Jacksonville! ,
"
', :Ji!.f if ;':..: water and.more frequent departuresof further, and say that he would be judge River and Northern mails.
r. .' ..... 5:30 P. M.
1 The j justice of the one is as great as daily except Sunday.....
'f:'( steamships, receives that business glad if it was prohibited. We quite ing Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's

.r',.."" 'I which should go to a Florida port, agree with the Church and Home in the other. and river, Northern and Western mails.

in.it. <. ., would be logically' and all it and the Sunday Jail-
'- and that port says, we hope press THE WONDERFUL CROP OF THE
I"
River
1. and St. John's ,
; .t; ", ;. naturally Fernandina. will agitate the subject until we can SPEER GROVE. try arrives....................................10::i A. M.
,
; I; I }'k.i f:",;' Let the St. John's bar be improved secure legislation to prohibit the sale Having promised our readers to give thema for mail arrives............and...... 9:00 P. *.
River
; .j i St. John's
ti'::11' ''1 i ",''" for the benefit of the enterprisingcity of the poisonous stuff which is full report of the product of the, last crop the North, closes...................... 6:00.\.M.
.
> .. I I V 0;> of the Speer'Grove, and its net money and St. John's River

; Nr of Jacksonville and the peopleon daily corrupting our people, and especially value as shown by the accounts of sales, so only, closes.............................. 4:00 P. *.

; !I,>" the borders of that river, but it the young. I soon as the gathering and marketing should of SAML. T. RIDDELL. P1 11.I .


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POWDER never varies. A marvel ,FULL LINE of the newest patterns.

lore THIS economical purity,strength than and the wholesomeness.ordinary? kinds! SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS, Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.

and cannot be sold in competition with the Our for Men
Spring Clothing and Youths has arrived, and for style
multitude of low test,short weight,alum ornliosnbate
powders. Sold only in cans. (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed. .
IIOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
SS 10G Wall Street.New York. Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties. "

J8@-We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

Notice To Contractors. A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.

BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT CITY J8 Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing -
office until noon of May 21,1884,
for the lighting of street lamps for one year, Furnishing Goods elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer.
commencing June 1st, 1884. Specificationsfor ,

the the clerk's guidance office.of The Bidders City Council can be reserves seen at acc: IJI': I "-]: D :),

the right to reject any and all bids. czoura3a1rG: : : : : Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,
Bv order of City Council. ...' :
FRED W. HOYT, i NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. j-jFERNANDINA, FLA. .
Acting Chairman of Street Com. BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS
Fornandina, May 9,1884. ;

RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. .
XOTICE. TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. ,
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Atlantic and 3Icxicau GulfCniinl MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE i

Company.- =:= SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS =

A MEETING OF TIlE INCORPORATors FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. ,iI
of this Company, under the Charter -BY-
panted by the States of Georgia and,Flor-
ida,has been called and will be held at the
Pula.ki House,Savannah, Ga., on the 13th PAUL FUNIcE.SPRING
il st., forenoon. .
S. A. SWANN, .
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WM. ROGERS, . .. .. :'
ALEX. CURTIS, :. .. ". I,
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GEO. F. DREW, ;
J. J. FINLEY, -i..
JAS. S. BAILEY,
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aud others. '
May 1st., 1884.
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A. T. BARNHILL& SONS, '
t ANDCENTRE_ SUMMER GOODS A
Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,

FERNANDINA, FLA., -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS

lttaebmitns, Gun and Locksmiths, CITY OT1 SAN A.1VTOIVIO 1,080 TONS.
STATE OF TEXAS, .
1V.cDEJ: ]B's: 1,543 TON
Carriage and Sliipsmitlis.DONE .
CARONDELET, 1,50S TONS.
WESTERN" TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
J.l'.UnIN'G DONE IN ALL BRANCH.
'cs at reasonable rates. STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT,
Orders for SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINTING ONLY DIRECT] LINE TO NEW YORK.

will be promptly attended to, one of
the l members of the firm being a first-class Have just received an. entire new stock in every department. ., from the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEIINANDINA FOR NEW YORK
Ihinter. 23 Northern and Eastern :Markets and "of cash purchases I THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
taking advantage -
sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
FOR RENT. enables us to offer our entire stock at such low This Line, having no Transfers between Femamliiia and New
York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
J. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
LARGE DWELLING AND STORE, The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
extensive yard-room and gardens FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close .
attached, on Alachua street;; suitable for a 'connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD
large family or boarding-house. Possession for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
can be given about August 1st. JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
We have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET, PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
icing: the bay; has eight rooms, large halls, LAKE WEIR.
piazzas,excellent well, etc. Latest and Most to be Found .
Stylish Designs TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For

STORE AND DWELLING formerly occu- freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to
Iedby Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street. R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .

For terms, etc., apply to H. MALLORY & CO.,
G. STARK. Pier 20 East River,New York. 51-
Vernandina, :May 2,1884.

-,DIIENSE BA.RGAINSI-
Ice Machines!-Ice Machines GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.

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Headquarters for to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of Ho E DOTTERER .


STATE OF FLORIDA, ,INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

Wood .fc Bailie's Patent. MODE BROTHERS ,
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This Machine has many advantages. -IN- I{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }

Sort for circular. Address +-
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DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS t
WILLIAM B. C DURYEE, ,
3 EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE,ALSO IN THAT OFFANCY
Fernandina, Fla. '
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GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, .
IMPORTED GROCERIES
LUCY COTTAGE,


FERXA.Sevcnth-St.'HNA,.near FLORIDA.Egmont Hotel, Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil, Cloths.WE ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN,STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED ASPUKE

'
Offers AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
Pheasant rooms,well furnished with
HAVE JUST
& RECEIVED
3rithout board. will .
Table Boarders beD1mod3.ted
o> ; ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OFJFINE
; also transient.
Q
-..:. __Miss LUCY 0. TILOMPS0N.trooa .
100 -pxmdES: : 1\I..A.Z:YleTGS:: COFFEESf"7. ..
>Wood.y TEAS AND j
II3.ying _
recent: established a Wood-Yard ;++H-
near DurY;c's mill, Provided with all the WHICH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. -+ +

Dctessary machinery for sawing and splitting THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED. :
.
PIn E-'V 0 0 D, '
:lm;:) now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, : : MODE Steamer
l'wee crl, to any lengths>for either stove or fire- :. KRO'S NEW GOODS Received by Every : _
at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. ',:- .
A. ELLERMAITX. 18-ly "' FERXAXDIXA, FLORIDA. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERXANDIXA, FL.t .\. .



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:'Aif.;:; ; 4' GENERAL DIRECTORY.. BAKER COUNTY. I Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala: RAILROADS. With Tampa Steamship Compan "* -

'1" '. County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of lares-Henry W. Long. ers for and from Key West. Mondeam

: >//1 ,. United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor .of Rct'e1lue'v. F. Trantham, CARD Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee.'.
1on
: Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. TIME day and Friday. -
', +j :: LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Superintendent Schools)!. L. Paine OF TilE For information
: .. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- of respecting routes
;'"'"1- Register-L. A. Barnes,' Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COIPAIT. etc..., apply to General Ticket Office, Fern' rates.,

;. ':1, Receiver-John F. Rollins! Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. diva, or to the Company offices in Jad-an
SurveyorGeneralInlaclll Martin, Talla- derson. S. Baron West. In sonville.
County Judge-Chas. Key Effect April 14th, 1884.
:.:: Jiassee. Superintendent of Be/tOOls-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.

', DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. TRANSIT &; PENINSULAR DIVISION., FLORAL CITY ROUTE.

Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr., (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) -
I .;' Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION.
(Central Ninetieth Meridian Time.
or )
,"':,' Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Mason Moreno, (JACKSONVILLE TO CIIATTAHOOCHES
:' INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin Starke. Key West. GOING rly Egg J
.-' SOUTH.Day
; Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key Pas. Xt Pas. WESTWARD.No.
Collector-Dennis
Eagan, 3.
Butler. West. A.M. P.M. x0 1.CCOIn. .
; ..
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., ,. COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Fernandina 7.20 6.40 jan
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.50 7.25 Leave Jacksonville! ...... 7.oopm ..llOa'I
; W. Howcll Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent.
John
i' .;- "Edwin Higgins Jacksonville., of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-. Arrive Callahau.................... 8.38 8.25 Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.10 pm'I.W/ a '
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John F. House St. Augustine. Starke. Leave Callahan...................... 8.50 9.10 Leave Baldwin........... 9.00 pm....... .
Clerk-J.
: BREVAED COUNTY. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Dutton................. ..... 9.17 9.45 Arrive Lake City,.........11.50 p m lO.3. a;
.. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch............. 9.32 10.02 Live Oak............ 1.40 a ni'Madison J 1.\;;
: ,', State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Arrive Bald win..................... 9.50 10.25 ............ 4.00am 1.U:;pn a Ol

'"..,. Point. nandina. Leave Baldwin....................... !0.55 11.00 Monticello........ 5.30am: ].5.; Pili I
'.. i EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott.. Fer- Leave Maxville,....................10.22 11.24 Tallahassee........ 8.00am :35,> pnl

r ': Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee.' Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. Leave Highland...................10.40 11.18A.M. Leave Tallahassee........ 8.40 am.
utelw.nt-Gove17lQr-Livingstoll W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Arrive Quincy ...:.........10.20 a m d'.oi: (;

!.1. .: Key West.Secretary na. botham, Callahan. Leave Lawteyl.: ......................10.55 12.07 Chatta. River......12.15am ojopl;

,', 'J; of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee Collector of Re.enue-A. D. Johnston, Or- ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Temple....................11.10 12.29

'; lando, Orange county.Superintendent County Judge-J. M. Bergs, Orlando Leave Starke.........................11.30: 12.39 EASTWARD.No.. 4. X? j
.. Comptroller-W. D. Barnes Tallahassee. of ScI/LJOls-I. E. English, Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. Leave Tlmrston................. ...11.48 12.57 Accom. Ji la-;,; '
Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle Tallahassee. Titusville. Sheriff Thomas J. Shine Fort Reid. P. M.Arrive'Valdo..12.0S. Leave Chatt'chee River 2.00 p in 10.:11.:;i :

Attorncy-General-Gcorge P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNT Assessor of'Taxes-James: M. Owens, Fort 1.25 Arrive Quincy .............: 3.45pm 11.;.i.);{ a, :',
'; hassee. County J.udge-J. T. Copeland Orange Reid, Fla.Collector. Leave Waldo......... ........:.....12.20 1.40 Tallahassee........ 5.19pm Uot:! :,,

.-4" Commissioner of Lands-P. W..White. Park. of Ref.'C7ttte-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. Leave Gainesville.................. 1.05 2.3G Leave Tallahassee....... 5.45pm .....111)1......:
.
Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston. Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Leave Arre ondo................... 1.23 3.00 Arrive )Iol ticello......... 4.50 pin 1..,.> .
Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. Sheriff James W. ,DeWitt. Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, Leave Palmer........ ............... 1.35 3.15 Madison ............ 9.45pm .{A'I:l p' !:?,

Foster, Tallahassee. Springs Fort Reid. Leave Archer........................ 151 3.35 Live Oak............11.50 pin ojnj:! ,II,,
.j 1: ,Adjutant-General-J.E.1 oige, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Bronson....................... 2.20 4.10 Lake City........... 2.15am; t-i; :!( II,,

i .. IMMIGRATION. Collector of RCIenue-A. S Chalker. Judge of Prolate B. Harrison, Palatka. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.57 4.58 Baldwin ............ 5.20 a mI: ,;j!;; II ?.
BUREAU OF Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Clerk-\\ F. Forward, Palatka. Leave Rosewood: ...................3.30 5.44 Leave Baldwin........... 6.00am .....
i; 1 (.ommissioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shally. Arrive Cedar Key................. 4.00 6.20 Arrive Jacksonville....... 7.30 a m !'j.oo (pn..

i! see. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. Trains 1 and 2 daily Trains 3
; anlI rlait
tfkri R. C. Long Tallahassee. GOING NOUTII. ::
i ; Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Rer'C7lUc-Joseph Price. Day P>'$. M 2\ts. except Sunday.A .
I Sf Special Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. A.M. P.M. special train will leave Jacksonville ;,'

; ; Building, Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.00 7.50 8.45 every morning. to make close nmnt.
I' SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood................... 7.32 8.30 tion with the Day Passenger; Train on th
a Chief J Justice E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek................. '8.03 9.10 Transit & Peninsular Division, arriving ::1,;

.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 Bahi.|

;;2 see. Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry. Leave Archer ........................ 9.07 10.25 win at 1.25 p.m., arriving at Jacksonville ;u
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNIY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, Leave Palmer ........................ 9.23: 10.47 2.00 p.m.
Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Perry. Leave Arredondo................... 938 11.07 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jackvumii},'
i: Clerk':"'- O.'H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Gainesville...................10.00 11.45 to Pensacola daily' ; and Pullman Sleeper!
a
CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox Perry. Arrive, Waldo.......... ............10.42 12.40A. Jacksonville to New Orleans dailv.
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._:'! 1 : J First Circuit='Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff{ Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Relenue-J. B. Hardee Perry. I'f :M. the&3f Take the FLORAL CITY ROI TE.
I D sa.cola.| Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- Assessor of Taxes: -R. L. Henderson. Leave Waldo.........;...............10.52 2.00 NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida

; Seco'uZ Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Thurston.....................11.13 2.30 Central and Western Division.
} < Collector of Revenue:Moses J. Brown, Leave Starke.........................11.48 2.47
'. see.-Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. Jacksonville. tine.County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55 ST. MARK'S BRANCH.

J Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. P.M. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
sell Jacksonville. Augustine. Leave Law ........................12.17 3.20
l ville. Sheriff{ Ramon Hernandez St. Augustine toy Leave Tallaha sae..................... ... 8.00am
'' Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D., Rogero, St. Leave Highland.....................12.33 3.40 Arrive.akulla............................. 9.or:> a tJ
,: ville. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart Augustine. I..eaveIaxvillc......................12.53 4.05 Arrive St. Mark's......................... U.-'Waiu:;
} Sixth Circuit-U. L. Mitchell Tampa. Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper. Jasper. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias Arrive Baldwin ....'................. 1.20 4.40 Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a.iu
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.25 5.20 Arrive Wakulla.............................10.": a\! '
Assessor of Ta.xes-J.. Duncan Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C.. F. Perpall Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.45 5.40 Arrive Tallahassee,........................11.o;; a m
Court Calendar. Leave Dutton......................... 2.00 5.55
Collector of RevenueW. H. H. McLeod. St. Augustine.
1 Arrive Callahan.................... 2.28 6.30 CONNECTIONS.At .
Columbia .
'. Ii1 FIRST CIRCUIT. County.Superintcndent SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan..................... 2.35 6.55 Jacksonville
of Schools-J. W. Reed with Waycross Line for
,
,.' Fall Term- County Judge J. R. Steele, Leesburg Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 7.50 all North with
points and East the Fernan-
.r' .1 Santa Rosa 2d Monday in October. Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................. 3.50 8.25 dina & Jacksonville ;
HERNANDO COUNTY. Short Line for Fernan-
: .:: -.1 Walton, 4th Monday in October. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. ash nay 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- Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. .
ville. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc.
:r in October. Collector Hutchinson ,
Washington, 2d :Monday after4th :Monday Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville.of Ret'entte-J08eph At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Peninsular -

'"il in October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. II. Helven- Division for Gainesville Ocala Fer
Jackson, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxcs-R. J. Bradley, Brooks ston, Sumterville. DIVISION. nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.;
.. October. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND: LEESBURG.) At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida

;, Escambia 1st Monday in December.This ville.Collector of Ret'enue-F.M.Hedich, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. GOING SOUTH. & Western Railroad.At .
act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live Day Pas. Nt Pas. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

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

Spring Term. Fort Dade. A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Waldo.......................12.25 1.40 urdays.At
,i. THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Dixie.........................12.47; 2.10 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
t : Spring Term- Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 1.03 2.33 cola &; Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
I ,; Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Lochloosa................... 1.20 2.57 sacola, :Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans
'j ,) April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Welborn. Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28 Louisville, and all points West, Southwestand
:: Madison, 2d :Monday in April. Sheri -D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones Leave Sparr's........................ 2.00 3.47 Northwest and with all boats for Apa-
l* Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher/Tampa. Live Oak. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 lachicola, Columbus and Eufanla.
:< : Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Mondayin Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY. Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48 The Shortest, Quickest and Best:> Route to
all
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''H April. Tampa. County Judge-James, H. Chandler, Enter- Leave Ocala........................... 3.05 4.45 points West.Through
School./f-'V.P. Henderson
: Columbia, 3d :Monday after. 4th. :Monday Superintendent of prise. I Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40 Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths

\ <, in April. Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. I Arrive Oxford........................ 4.00 6.00 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office.
;:'j": .1 t 'Lafayette: 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. :, Leave'Vildwood.................... 4.15 6.51 and and at new office southwest corner of Bay
.:t April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.55 7.35 Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
SJieriff T. B. Simkins Monticello. A. o. MACDOXELL
", -!' Fall Term- Cove.
f j li Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen GOING NORTH. A. M. P.M. Gen'l, Ticket and Pass. Agent,
Schools W. R. Fernandina, Fla.
4 October. Superintendent of Taylor, Cove. Leave Leesburg..................... 6.20 6.00 C. MAXWELL
.' : Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Sc/wols-L. D. Huston, I..eave'Vildwood..... .............. 7.00 6.55 Master of ,
,. : : Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, :Mon- Enterprise. Leave Oxford......................... 7.17 7.08 Transportation Fla.
: Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40 Baldwin
W. G.
t Collector of Re.enue-J. H. Tucker Mon- COLEMAN,
,," in October. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42 General ,
ticello. Agent
Traveling
li'; Columbia, 3d Monday af\cr4th Monday in ... ..
: Sheriff Charles Aligord Crawfordville. Leave Silver Spring. .... 8.22 Fla.
Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wau- Jacksonville
'. October. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.28 D. E. )MAXWELL
.. '. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday keenah. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Leave Sparr's......................... 9.00 9.45 General Superintendent,
;. l' r in October. Crawfordville. Leave Orange Lake................. 9.15 10.08 Fernandina Fla.
::t: i FOURTH CIRCUITS County Judge-W. J. Dixon New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45 -
'f'I I 1 r Spring Term Sheriff-J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.55 11.15

i :I I : St. John's. 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector of Bet'emte-R. C. McMillan,Craw- I Leave Dixie.........................10.12 11.35 j2 Q THE NEW STORE.
I j'i: t Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C. RamseyNewTroy. fordville. A.M.

t l! Bradford 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-II. II. Walker, Craw- Arrive Waldo... .... ............10.36 12.15
': I Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
: W. F.
fordville. :s -I WOOD Jr. (- S
.' 4 :,1 t (. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April.1I4. Troy. %SS Day Passenger daily except Sunday; ,

: .{\ Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, Night Passenger daily.F. .

.f4.! >i Fall Term- Old Town. Professional and Business Cards. C> \ Proprietor, \ EJe

'r:a -! St. John's 2d Tuesday in Sep tember. Assessor of Taxes-David R.. Townsend, & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
s f Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy.
.. ,\ Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. E. LEROY JONES, 3I.D., (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) > cr >

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

( Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Leave Hart's Road..l0.30 a. m. 6.29 p. m.
Fourth St. between Centre and Alachua
j FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, Arrive Jacksonville.11.35 a. m. 7.20 p. m.

( Spring Term- Tallahassee. FERNANDINA GOING NORTH. s s
3 Sumter 3d in March. Treasurer J. L. Tallahassee. FLA.
Monday
: Demilly Leave Jacksonville.. 7.30 a. m. 3.15 p. m. ANDO
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of RC'lenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Calls answered Leave Hart's Road.., 8.21 a. m. 3.45 p. m.
Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th. Monday in hassee. Medicine furnished promptly without day extra or night,and Arrive Fernandina.. 8.50a.m. 5.00p.m.: S Sr
I March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. charge. JZS:?" Trains daily except Sunday.
Office hoursa.. until
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1 to 2
m. ; p. m.
Levy 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in .
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and 7 to 8. SUNDAY EXCURSION -
.1 : March. LEVY COUNTY.ClerkJ. 221y : :a:
r Alachua 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.00p.m.
.4 1F March. M. Barco, Bronson. DR. W. E. SNYDER, Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a. m.
Fall Term- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. C> .C>

F f fi Sumter, 1st Monday in October.t. Assessor Collector of of Taxes-Louis Retenuen.Appell B. Barco, Bronson.Cedar Bffl Arrive Jacksonville................... 6.25 p. m.

t i ,1\ Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. H Z... g \ Fernandina, \ E
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1 Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of ScltOOls-J. B. Menden- = CONNECTIONS.AT .
!i ;, .: Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall Bronson. 8 1
il Cor.
Centre
Alachua 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in :J3 \ & Third. }- S
: MADISON COUNTY. = FERNANDINA, FLA.,
." :November. i .-.....
: SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi H -- With New York and Fernandina Steamship -
1 i ; Spring Term- ,. Line from New York on Tuesday, and ;;2rTIIE NEW STORE.
Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore Madison.. R < -:-"" for New York on Thursday.With .

3 Volusia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison rv. F. Sea Island Route from and to Savan- BOOKS AND STATIONERY.

: 5'f t Brevard,1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, ICiBAUKNIGILTAGENT: nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT .

f Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. CALLAHAN.: .
t Fall Term- County Treasurer S. S. Smith, Madison. HORACE DREW
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL To and from Savannah and Charleston
:1 Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Ret.'enue-B. D. Wordsend, ,
and all North
? points and West, daily.
R AND STOCK DEALER
'Volusia 2d Monday in September. Madison. ,
V BUTCH "Doolcscller, Stationer,
). .- Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad ANDDealer: AT BALDWIN, FLA., '
; :' ".'. Dade, 2d Monday in November. ison. in Ice To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Printer and Binder.

&- ', MANATEE COUNTY. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, and all points South, West, and Northwest,
daily.
I '" County Officers. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, :Manatee. BROOM STREET WHARF, AT HAWTHORNE, School Books and Orange Wraps

.. '. ALACHUA. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
i ; County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. NOW A SPECIALITY.
ville. Assessor of Taxes-" P.. Parish, Braden- WILDWOOD.
town. JAMES McGIFFIX, With Stage Line to and from
i Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Brooksvilleand --
Sherijf- C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-Clarion G. Carlton, AND BUILDER, Tampa daily except Sunday. and
CONTRACTOR JjiJLiberal discounts to Teachers
'1 Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges Gaines- Popash. AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,

1-' ville. Pine Superintendent Level. of Schools-Felix. J. Seward, Alachua Street, between Second and Third, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on
Collector of Rcrenue-H.C. Denton Gaines-
West and .
Havana for New
every Saturday: application.
't .
ville.Superintendent. MARION COUNTY. FERNANDINA, FLA.
Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and .
t' ; of Schools-W. ,N. Sheats, County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall Ocala. Orders Havana 59 W,' BAY STREET
and estimates from a distance care- every Friday: from New Orleans i
t' ,, Gainesville.L Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. '.'. .
'1- !,' fully attended to. 25-tf every Saturday. .. I : JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
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c.-UOL1N.fl I'11OSPIIA I Rules and Regulations in Regard GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS :: : DRUGS MEDICINES
.. r :: '' ,jt.t rt ETO.EST .
thecouth to
of our readers are now using Quarantine. : .
As many ,{s- : ," .,',:, J-> -.;...4 ,
Carolina phosphates as a fertilizer for Adopted by the Board of Health of Port, of ,'' ,". .yi*,,*'\:f);], -, ,J .'>-fto-/ft. '" ;,''.., *iI'.f :|;;,. '!,..:,.", J\.BLISI-IED 1875.

1 crops, it is but reasonable to supposeTt Feniandina and Nassau County Florida, '. i}';l. i -Y-J nf}Ira"( ',4:;_ ;:, ','.l.1.;zr:.,...,;. ,'-i-, --
few of them will find an interest March 29th, 1884. .,. '" ; "
not a '; :: f : ; i.j'i; .
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/ following article clipped from tbeCharleston '. .. ... ... ., ;':'}1C\-f. .: "J, ( 1._ j : :..} <:", :,' ,. : ; :'.:,:-, .oP" .J : DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY
the SECTION 1. During the quarantine season ,... :.z: :, : : :" >|i p -f. M:?": '!f ifep&ifc m.} tff hftfi y---
and Courier : {i .l ;; : ri .. ," :
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clews it shall be the duty of the pilots to conductto ; : : ; ,f-; ,' > ". 3fer.h>
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phosphate rock bed of South Carolina the quarantine grounds all vessels arriv- ::-f' :}; '' : f ,; :, ; ; .: '; ,'" :t/ : : i ':;.: 't ,
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The inexhaustible mine ofwt' : '." ,'; ':' .r ;. ":; !ftSif; ;';": 'f" : ."', ',>'Y<. .,. '. 't.\\:> / ; t' f" "-
an almost ing in the harbor of Fernandina, except the : i ; 'r'.1-
contains & CO.
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ith, and nO\: supplies the civilized lines of coastwise steamers, and bring to t.;' ." ., ....:;.S\ ",:,. .,..1, ...;"" .,. : i : ,
of all the : :
the chief part phos- anchor at such grounds all such ;!
world with quarantine :; V'Y: ; ? '' -: + *** x-
of HUM used in"the manufacture of vessels, there'to remain for such time as the ';' ,.,. gJ a,:,.' ,
I'hate fertilizers. It underlies a vast Port Physician shall designate, and the said 4. ,.
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cotllIllercial .
:: 4y =1 PHARMACISTS
'''' of; country, thirty miles wide and pilots shall immediately notify the Port Physician ': ; ,:r rl 1 ww

Ttv luiIes length. The scientists by flying the national ensign at the .. c.. ... H" : ,,,"!'<' ':f'( ;5 *.A 2*-> F w', .
"'differ I in their opinions as to the origin of foremast-head, of the arrival of said vessels ; .., <
d
this great de 1 posit, and vary just as widely and the said pilots shall hand the master or Centre Street,
their estimates of the quantity of rock person having charge of said vessel, a copy
in in the deposit. There has been a of these rules and regulations.SEC. '
conuined :
"teallil\' increasing demand for the rock 2. All,vessels quarantined under the e:; : : FERXANDIXAFLOUIDA,

;il1ce+ the shipment of the first cargo in 186B, provisions of these rules shall remain atsaid WH tB ALB AN ETALI ;: .. ; .; ,'L
beginning phos-
and from an insignificant quarantine without communication with M KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
has grown into one of the the shore, or with any person or persons .. of FRESH and PURE FOR-
I1 Stand most important industries in the whatever, or:with any other boats or vesselsor : !' ::::::r ; EIGN and DOMESTIC
Stc The rock forms the bed of many of any description whatever, unless by spe- Q 'f : ,:?f ;
drivers leading to the! ocean, it underlies cial permission of the Port Physician ; and .
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the wide streams which surround the sea no person or persons, or boats or vessels, a ,, ='r' rIr "\:",-: :..;- Drugs and Chemicals, .
out of the land at many shall visit or hold communication with .. v ; :, "*. .
islands, it crops any '', .'
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it abounds in fossil remains, it va- any quarantined vessel, unless by special HI ..;,.... "-,,.,;, "ii ', rr ", Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines
Sn' formation and color, .it is wonderful authority from the Port Physician ; and if "" \. \"'".... ,, .J i l.. ,

an respects. The most important con- any quarantined vessel shall hold commu- ., .
in rock from 55 to Cl Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
tituents : nication with any other quarantined vessel, A. B. NOTES
s ofbone"phosphate of lime, 5 to 11 then such vessel shall be quarantined for Qro

recent. of carbonate of lime from i to 2 fifteen days additional, in addition to all FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
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cent of sulphate acid, 35 to 42 per cent.pep other fines or penalties imposed by these -DEALER IN- =
and a number of other elements. regulations.SEC. .
of lime rn. PERFUMERY
The ordinary rock of commerce does not 3. It shall be the duty of the Port I SOAPS, ETC.,

contain less than :55:;; per cent. of phosphateof Physician to visit all vessels arriving in the H Family Supplies, oH Florida Lands.The
IN GREAT VARIETY.
lime harbor of Fernandina as soon as possible
The riverdepo..lt3 are mined with crow- after such arrival, and inspect said vessels,
bars and pick-tongs and dredges. The land and if in a good sanitary condition, he shall HEAVY GROCERIES, 5
rock of the mining of which it is intended give a certificate of health, and allow themto Physicians'
here to give some account, is excavated with proceed on their voyage ; but if he shall .. P- Prescriptions
pick and shovel. It is found at a depth of find any of said vessels in a foul or unsani- Hay and Grain Peninsular I I-- carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
from one to ten feet below the surface of the tary condition, he shall order the said ves- H GOO '
ground, and in a seam ranging in thickness sel or vessels into quarantine until thor- 0' CD reasonable prices.

from a few inches to thirty inches. There oughly cleaned and fumigated and put in ANDTropical
are sixteen companies and individuals now good sanitary condition, after which he H SHIP STORES

engaged: in mining the land rock with a shall give said vessel a certificate of health Z -
joint capital of about $2,000,000. The production and allow her to proceed to her destination 3Pi = =[ Florida
of these mines last year was about through or within the limits of the port of H Furniture,

270,000 tons of rock. Fernandina.SEC. .
The country in which the rock is found is 4. On and after the opening each year Stoves, GO RAILROAD COMPANIES
generally level, and the soil is moist and of the National Quarantine Station '(Sapelo E-+ I '. oSAB.

oft. The rock is "sounded" for by a longsbarppointed Sound) all vessels from infected ports having Paints, tJU f o4 ENDAIIS ,
steel rods. Whenever rock is sickness on boaad shall be directed by ,
,I !struck six to eight feet from the surface of the pilot to proceed to said National Quar- <::> Crockery, y ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE -- SQAVIHCURE _..
test, nit is sunk to ascertain .::::- =:
ti.,..a '.rrnnnil ji antine Station. rn COUNTIES OFALACHUA
the thickness of the stratum, and to find SEC. 5. Any vessel arriving: at this port, rn. Hardware' ? MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
whether the rock will analyze up to the bearing the certificate of the National Quarantine THE discovered, as it is certain in its
market standard. If the stratum: is ten Officer must be brought to anchor at 'Yillow-Ware. 5o effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
inches thick it will pay to mine to the the quarantine station and them remain : ,: BELOW.
depth of seven feet for it; if it is not more until released by the order of the Board of H' =
than car inches thick it will not pay to mine Health or Port Physician. PUTNAM
in any great depth. When rock is foundthe SEC. 0. All such vessels as are described in N.ic :, Saved Him 180000.
land: is: sounded every 100 feet, and a Sec. 4, arriving during the closure of said HI
chart is prepared showing its location and National Quarantine Station, shall anchor o = MARION: : ADAMS, N. Y., January 30,1882.Dr. .
its depth and thickness.: Before beginning and remain at the Port Quarantine Station 9 : B. J. Kendall &: Co.:
mining operations the phosphate land is under the personal supervision or directionof v GENTS-Having used a good deal of your
laid off into fields measuring 800 feet long the Quarantine Officer. o STTIMIT-EiR TD Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
In GOO feet in width, and the lines are run.A SEC. 7. All vessels arriving at this port a thought I would let you know what it has
platform is built in the centre of the field with sickness on board, or having had the is colt as was ever raised in Jefferson
un which the rock from the mining pits same during voyage, will, at all seasous of county.
piled. A railroad is run through the centre the year, no matter from what port, either When I was breaking him he kicked over
ut the field alongside the platform, and the American or foreign, anchor at the quaran- AT PRICES FROM the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
miners beginning their excavations on the tine station, and there remain until releasedby hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
ides of the field, digging steadily to the order of the Board of Health or Quaran- farriers but they all said he was spoiled.
centre. A succession of pits measuring six tine Physician.SEC. He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
bv twelve feet are sunk along the whole line 8. Vessels from ports south of 25 $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin

tif the field. The dirt from the pits is north latitude will during the entire year, .. C:'", ,,t '.. ;. Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and ...
thrown to the rear and the rock to the be required to discharge any and all ballast he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
front, and is then rolled to the platform or at the quarantine station. : "' '
central pile in the field. The dirt from the SEC. 9. On and after :May: 1st and until :November ." ', .>. '., these lands are in the central has always cured completely left the
next pit is thrown into the pit previously 1st of each year and longer if the : leg smooth.
excavated, and the rock is thrown to the Board of Health so determine all coastwise 'IY r" : peninsular portion of the State, and It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
front. c. I have recommended it to a good and
many
vessels must anchor at the quarantine sta .
within fifteen miles of Railroads in all it does the work. I in With-
This process is kept up until the entire tion. Vessels from non-infected ornon-sus- '.' 4: I they say was
field has been excavated. foot of erington Kneeland's drug store in Adams,
Every pected ports will not be detained longer : '.. r"
successful territory
Around is turned Sup, and a field that has than necessary for the quarantine officer to ,. -, operation, traversing a the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou
just been mined, with all the trees up- satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary con- which is being more rapidly sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
rooted, resembles more than anything else dition. Vessels from ports south of 25 not; they said if I would write to you that

the track of a tornado. In some of the north latitude will have to comply with sec- settled and developed than any other you would send me one. I wish you would, 4
fields the mining is very difficult on accountof tion 8, be fumigated at least twice, and detained and I will do you all the good I can.
the heavy timber, and the miners in the at least fifteen days. part of the State. Very respectfully E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .

pits are greatly troubled with water, which SEC. 10. The coastwise steamers shall be NOTES, -
in the rainy season, frequently floods the The of the soil and accessi-
allowed to come to their wharves and be (Successor to W. A. SANBORN) fertility
pits and renders mining i impracticable. there inspected by the Port Physician, unless Spavin Cure.
From the mines the rock is hauled to the otherwise ordered by him, but no personor Wholesale and Retail Dealer in bility to the largest and best markets

washers in trains of dumping cars. Here freight or baggage:: shall be landed, nor i GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, OX IimiAX FIJ28II.VEVAY .
the rock is into breakers I make these lands particularly desira-
emptied powerful I
persons allowed to go on board, until per CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN,
armed with steel teeth, where it is crushedinto mission be given by the Port Physician ; and IND., August 12, 1881.
pieces of uniform size. It then falls if it be found by the Port Physician that Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near ble for the cultivation of fruits and Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.:

situ troughs or tubes resting on an incline. said steamers have any sickness or contagious Steamboat Landing, for For GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
hi each of these tubs an octagonal shaft, disease on board, said steamers shall FERNANDINA: FLORIDA. early vegetables shipment. day. Please send me some with my imprint, .

used in iron and set with blades or flukes, be immediately ordered to the quarantine Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. large and immediate profits there is printed on one side only. The Kendall's
revolves, giving a spiral motion which ground.SEC. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
churns: the rock around and forces it out 11. The Port Physician is hereby authOrized large quantities. no industry in Florida equal to the and not only for animals but for human
of the tubs uponscreens. While the rock is in and required to administer to all Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- ailments also. Mr Jos. Voris, one of the
the tubs it is subjected to a continuous and masters of vessels arriving in this port (ex- ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIREthebest raising of early vegetables for Northern leading farmers in our county, sprained an
l lnverful stream of water which cleanses itf cept those of coastwise steamers) the oath in the world. ankle badly and knowing the value of the
!> all foreign matter, so that when it is prescribed by the National Board of Health. Agent for B. F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED' markets. remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
forced out of the tubs it is sized upon a seriesof SEC. 12. From :May: 1st to November 1st of PLOWS. did far better than he had expected ; cured-

screens and separated from all the remaining each year, 110 vessel from an infected or suspected Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- For new and descriptive circular, the sprain in very short order.
gravel. It is then piled on plat- latitude will be allowed to either VILLE. 33 Yours respectfully, C. THIEBAND..
forms or in sheds for shipment. Several of lighter or bring of fruit to the address All
the cargo up Price $1 per bottle, or G bottles for $5.
mining companies have hot air drying CHAS. W. LEWIS
aeds city..SEC. druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
where about 15 per cent of moisture 13. Pilots must in each case, before will be sent to address on receipt of
absorbed in washing is expelled from the boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary con FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER Land Commissioner, price by the Proprietors any DR. B. J. KENDALL '
rock The hot air for these drying sheds is dition of vessels in no case must they boardif
; & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
drawn from a wood-burning furnace, and is the vessel has sickness on board, or has Fernandina, Fla., Send for Illustrated Circular.
forced through the rock by a system of perforated had same during voyage ; in such cases they FOR SALE CHEAP : Or T. :M. RIKARDS,
pipes which underlie the bins in must either direct to Sapelo Quarantine Sta- Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.

finch the rock is placed. It is said that in tion, lead the vessel in, or have their small EDGIN'GS AND SLABS, Ocala, Florida. 38
a short time all of the rock will be dried boat hoisted alongside clear of the water, 10 cents per load.

before it leaves the mine although some and in this way pilot the vessel in. .
ROUGH LUMBER::
lIners think that the increased price paidor SEC. 15. Each and every person, or each ', :.',< .. .'_"
kilnd
reed rock is more than counterbalanced and every vessel or other craft, who or From $5 to.$16 per :M: ft., y -,: ,:

by the loss of weight in drying. Improvements : which shall be found guilty of any violation according to quality. r {:.. 't1 ., MUNN & CO.,of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, con-
are continually being made, of these regulations, or their provisions, DRESSED LUMBER {: tinue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats TradeMarks
I however, in the methods of treating the shall Copyrights, for the United State! (anada.
conviction be fined not less than
OC". The first upon $12 to $20 per M. feet. ',' : .i.'C i.-; England, France,Germany,etc. Hand Book about
cargo ever shipped from $5 nor more than $100, or imprisoned for not '' Patents sent free. ThlrtY-l4>ven years'experience.
[South Carolina was washed at Lamb's by less than one nor more than twenty days, Orders by Telephone promptly, attended, to. ',' Patents obtained throuzh:1IUNN k CO.are noticedIn
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hand, : the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest,best,and
brumes the washers being provided with stiff both at the discretion of the Board of Health. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, ,,. ;> \ most widely circulated scientific paper. f3.2Oayear.
with| which they got out all the SEC. 16. In case of the absence or sickness Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting In-
L d a done and gravel Now nearly all the work of the Port Physician, he shall have author- Steam Saw and Planing Mill. :., :;:).. u:, '} ;" lean formation.sent free.Specimen Address copy MUNN of the Scientific&CO.. SCIENTIFIC:! A rner-

by machinery, the capacity of some ity to appoint a deputy which deputy shall AMERICAN Office 2C1 Broadway, New York.
:of\bay'! the washers being more than 100 tons a be a practicing physician.SEC. Office foot Centre Street. fA fl/*' 8 : ; :} : :;: :;::, \;:;;

There are sixteen land phosphateState"8 17. These regulations shall take effecton ;f
companies! now at work in this :May: 1st, 1884. '* '; : 2i : T)ATEXTS obtained for new inventionsor
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J. D. PALMER, -FOR- /; ; for improvements in old
President of the Board of Health ,' ,. rr .. ",' ,": : ', ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand

CURTIS .fc CO. Attest: .:'1 1' ",.,' ,",i :.. R"' all patent business promptly attended :.
THEO. STABBUCK, Secretary. to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN

RE.U. ESTATE: A'GE:- S, MACHINERYOF: : <: ., ', ::: ,: r ; REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- ...., '1
-> : ented by us. Being opposite the TT. S. Pat- ;
ST. )MARY'S GEORGIA HOTEL IN NEW YORK.Persons 11- ,,',, -' > :;'': ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS ,:
;
Loans ALL KINDS: -:' ,. EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- ,
procured
l'I hang, es effected. Mortgages negotiated, Ex- visiting New York for health, businessor .. ents in less time than those who are remote 5'

scree:1IIll5ltes. Lands,and Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 aiUXEITS pleasure will IIOT12L.find first-class Location accommodations central, near Go to F. i\I. Robinson, ? TGs : from Washington.When Inventors. send model or sketch ",

sole', for sale. Plantations from 5 to 5,000 elevated and horse cars. :Nice rooms, excellent :, '. ..,:", l' we make search in the Patent Office and ;
MANUFACTURER and DEALER, : :< advise as to its patentability free of charge,
X. n '' !St. table, moderate prices; Turkish, Electric and
a- the r ; Iar.v's. I having been selected Correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable :.a
Roman baths. Address DR. E. MILLER, 39
Unal ,nniUnusof the Atlantic' Mississippi JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ': 't : t"r t: :: ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
i( and 41 West Twenty-Sixth St., New York. ?
the ,. .
made for Govern- .
m survey ,,,< } ';:" (.> : / ; IS OBTAINED.We
!
('Onitru\!; General- Gil'more' ), charters for the Amelia Beach. r-f! \ refer by permission to the City Post- :
b" ?n of which having been granted For Sale.A ":; master, and to the Superintendent of the ,' s

gHatL.dr i l States Government and the second-hand piano. Will be sold cheapif THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the -- .',: ;" Post-Office ney Order Division in Wash
incre ; Georgia and Florida u large supervision of :Mrs.: Sweeney, who will be {c ington. For special references circular,service 1
beconfld the value of adjacent lands may applied for soon. For further information pleased to receive her old friends and the ",' terms, etc., addressC. a

Sm,, -4-()oo 3enSf looked. I for." (See New York apply at the office of public generally. Choicest oysters;fish, etc., A. SNOW & CO.,
.) TIlE MIRROR. constantly on hand. tf. Opp.PatentOffice. Washington,D'C. 2t


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new change of schedule into effectat city and make recommendations in LESTER WILSON. .z % .r<;-"-< t t2i
!!41..ryp7y, goes regardto -Wednesday afternoon ., :" !. .v'; :-'i1t..\\: ym:".;>-' }o
midnight, Monday, over the different reducing expenses, begs leave to make May 7th, at the residence of the ,! : > :: < -} ':.", :';' ', .-.
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j: fi.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS bride's mother by Rev. H. S. Yerger, Mr.' : / : .
: !:' PAl lines of railway controlled by the Florida the following report : ;/'pili.t., ... ....
t W. G. Lester, of Savannah, and Miss Effie
".,' ** Reflections. Railway & Navigation Co On the main line The present expenses of the city are. May Wilson, of this city. ." t"': '!.': "

"I": between Fernandina and Cedar Key, day Mayors salary.............................$ 400.00 The was ,; .
: v Marshal's salary............... ........... 500.00 wedding strictly private, only a "
E c >')[ H. E. Dotterer has of desirable passenger trains will leave here at 6:45 a. m., Assessor's salary............................ 50.00 I' few personal friends of the bride being in '''''' < ,{ ,-t;H "
couple
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thirty-five minutes earlier than heretofore, Collector of Taxes, fees.................. 250.00 I attendance. The young married couple left c'f 't ,

dwellings for rent. arriving at Cedar Key at 3:30: p. in. Going Treasurer's salary.......................... 150.00 I on the evening train for Savannah, which ,; ...1* '.",,: '

The City of Palatka went to sea yesterdaynoon north, trains will leave Cedar Key at 7:35 a. Clerk's salary._.............................. 300.00 will be their future home.; : : "
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Police force, including extra police. 1,620.00 t
.. dead low water.
; at m. arriving here at 4:38 p. m. No material
Night and day scavenger work....... 1,250.00 ;.> '.oj
j Six schooners cleared from this port this change is made in the night passenger trains' Lighting street lamps, including, Range of ThermometerFOR -.r, ,s.,. '!'; : '.: '

.' : week and went to either way. chimneys, etc............................. 360.00 i<;' '. "-:; .
,... sea. TUB WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MAY 9, .:'
r. Rent of Mayor's office and engine '..,,, ., ,
On the southern or Peninsular division IIORSEY'S >! :' ,'; ',-
,. ., Messrs. C. O. & F. Whitmore of New house......:.. .... .. DRUG STORE. :
". ..,? ............ .. .. ....... 300.00 .
,..''r.y;. York, are stopping at the Mansion. day passenger trains will leave Waldo at Printing..................... .................. 175.00 .... ,; i,2:
= = i1AZIL:
12.01 p. m., arriving at Ocala at 2:40: and at Lights in Mayor's office..............._. 10.00 I M. =. WindMARINE. :-, -; .,

'' > Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Herriot, of Yonkers, Leesburg at 4:35: p. m. Going north, the Poor.........................................__ 100.00 I It-a (M :::. :c. ; -
,j">= N. Y., are registered the :Mansion House. Stationery..................................... 25.00 :: ::: ::" ,
..' '. trains will leave Leesburg at 6:50: a. m., and Feeding prisoners......................._ 36.00 Saturday.... .May 3 II Ci8 I SO SO.1 78 I S. E. ,.. .j.. '
ll's The trial in the Suhrer murder"case has Ocala at 8:30, arriving at Waldo at 11.05 a.m. Election expenses......................... 30.00 Sunday ..............4 67 79 so 77 S. E.

'. been set for Monday, May 19th, at the The night passenger trains will rim as at Past due bonds............... .............. 1,500.00 Monday ?.......... 5 G8 81 80 79 S. '\ .
spring term of the Duval county Circuit present. Fire scrip and interest thereon...... 1128.00 Tuesday........... 6 I 66 78 76 W. ; '

I 1 1uI Court. WESTERN DIVISION. Plank walk to Old Town............... 225.00 Wednesday....... 7 65 17 S I 77 76 IS. E. ? .? :i,: 1' "
Probable cost of streets and drains Thursday......... 8 G.3 78 I 77 S. E. '.-" ..,F..!..'
'" "'a;,1 \ti Mrs. Friend will leave to-morrow evening Going west, the day passenger train leaves for this year.............................. 200.00 "riday............... 9 00 Iso I 79 76 I S. W. ,
I '\ Jacksonville at 8:35 a. m., and arrives at
+. for a visit to Illinois. Her son, City Clerk
'.j Emil 0. Friend, will accompany her to her Tallahassee at 3:25: p. m., and at River Junc- Total......................................$8,564.00 .
Owing to the of the
present city
expenses \
tion at 5:45: The night leaves
destination.The p.m. passenger being far in excess of the revenue, and in
.;'. Jacksonville at 8:10 p. m., arriving at Talla- order to reduce the same to the amount of Port of Fernandina.

tug Seth Low, of Jacksonville, was in hassee at 7:53 the next morning and at River revenue that can be levied, and to- providefor HIGH WATER. :L.. .:.. J:SIZES = j
Saturday May 10...... 8:10 8:32P.M. .
A.M. '
oj our harbor this week and towed to sea the : '
the of bonds and fire and .
Junction at 12:23. payment scrip : ,' ; .
11...... 8:47 9:10 : ) :'
Sunday "
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French bark Veloce, bound Martinique.: interest thereon we respectfully recommend- ....: ; .;
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Going cast, the day train leaves River Monday, 12...... 9:20 9:49 "
: II.., > The clog drew 16J feet of water. that the appropriations for the current year Tuesday, 13..10:04.. 10:27 : I .
., f >; I Junction at 10:30 a. m, Tallahassee at 1:05: for the following work do not exceed the .... '
Wednesday, "lL..10:41. 11:04" ; : ;:-
Advices received here from the New York
f and arrives at Jacksonville at 8:23 following amounts :
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IJ" : p. m. 15..11:21 :I
office of the Mallory Line state that the For street drains and plank walk....$ 380.00 Thursday, 11:46" .
The it
i night passenger train leaves River For Friday, 16...... 0:00: 0:11 ;'" it,
vegetables shipped via: State of Texas last day and night scavenger workto ,
1. 't:' Junction at 2:45 p. m, Tallahassee at 6:45: p. October 1st............... ............. 750.00 .. ..
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week arrived in New York in condi- ENTERED. :" ">',<:;1'>-'
'1 : prime .
,. m., and arrives at Jacksonville at 6.20 the Lighting street lamps, oil, wicks and ,.
y) I' tion. next morning. chimneys............ ....................... 300.00 May 3-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savannah .', ."' 4t;_".{ ;-OF-P ,
j. ; with passenger, to W. B. >t' > r',:" :' '> '" ,-'! ;"I'f' -!"" ;,
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\ Rent of Mayor's office and
\ ; One thousand crates of green peas from No change is made in the schedule of the house........... .... .engine- Tucker agent. :; <'' ;: : :; : ; :;O" ,; ,
.. .. ...... ........... 300.00 ;;.\ :
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:''f : Alachua county were transferred at Callahan Fernandina & Jacksonville division. Material for fire engine and light for 6-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- ...".. ," ..
nah with "i-? ': ; :
: from the Transit road to the Savannah, engine-house............ .................. 100.00 ; passengers, to W. .;:. "' !' _
B. Tucker, agent. '.:.t ;} \ ;r; .
Florida & Western: Railway, for shipment the Stationery and light for Mayor'soffice 7-S. S. of .. "....;.'i...' .":","
Meeting Council. San
of City City Antonio Wilder
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and Council...................... 35.00 <:
north via Savannah.The The regular meeting of the City Councilwas Printing....................................... 125.00 1,680 tons, New York ; freight '. ," i--;

Annual Council of the Protestant held on Wednesday evening )ast. Election expenses......................... 30.00 and wick passengers, to R. W. South- '
Feeding and prisoners............ 120.00 agent.:
Present G. F. poor "
the board
Church convened at St. John'sChurch : Avery presidentof 7-Schr.
Andrew
Episcopal : Police force................................... 000.00 Nebinger, Smith,
.... ., Tallahassee, on Wednesday last. and Aldermen McGiffin, Kelly, Austin, Fire scrip and interest thereon........ 1128.00 Philadelphia ; ballast and storesto Water Coolers

Rev. 0. P. Thackara. and :Messrs. SamuelA. Dorsey, King Robinson and Hoyt. Past due bonds.............................. 1500.00 master.
and Marshal's .......... 7-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Daniels,Sa-
Swann and George R. Fairbanks, of St. The following bills were ordered paid : Mayor salary 900.00 vannah with freight and
; pas-
,' Assessor! Collector, Treasurer and
Peter's Church, in this city, were in atten- Henry Peterson, for plank for Street Clerk's salarv....'............. ........... 750.00 sengers, to W. B.Tucker,agent.
dance. Committee........ .................... ......$ 2.48E. S-S. P. :St.::> Nicholas, Usina Savan

Mordecai contractorfor night scav- ........ ........ -- nah ; with passengers, to W. B.
Total .. .......;. ............7348.00
Gainesville has had its conflagration. The enger work for April..................... 118.10 .. Tucker, agent.
Present expenses..*..................... 8,564.00 .' ..
i fire which originated in the Varnum Houseon Henry Clay, l hauling shell, etc., for 9-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, .
Street Committee.......................... 4.45J. --- Charleston.
Saturday morning last destroyed a C. Read, repairing plank walk to A reduction of..1216.00 9-S.P. City of Bridgeton, Daniels,Savannah .. -,,' .

whole block of buildings and the Arlington Old Town.............. ....:.... ........... 56.25 And in order to further provide funds: in ; with freight and pas- ;. > ; ..I'f'_ ;apt -'
case of emergency, we recommend that all .,
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." -. Hotel. The loss aggregates nearly $125,000 ; Also the pay-roll of the police.for the first fees that may be collected from the pound- sengers, to W. B.Tucker, agent. :.,': ","- L D-
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'. insurance 32500. The fire is thought to half of April.A ing of cattle and Mayor's Court be paid into CLEARED. .". ,"

have been incendiary.The communication was read from Mr. C. the treasury.In 3-Sch. Curtis Tilton, Smith, lumber, .;,,"<,0
relation to the Marshal and police L. A. Davis & .
per- by Bro. Philadel
steamship San Antonio left for New V. Hillyer} insurance agent, notifying Coun- forming other duties while on duty for the phia. ; : :, :JI

York Thursday night with 85 passengers cil that the buckets left on his hands from city we have been informed by the Justiceof .' 3-David W. Hunt, Baker, lumber,

and the following cargo: 3,182 packages the late fire had been paid for by voluntary the Peace that they have a number of by Payne, Cook & Co.; New Ha-

vegetables 632 barrels rosin 98 barrels contributions from citizens, and placed in times served papers and made arrests for ven.
him, and for which they were paid. May 5-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
spirits turpentine, 589 logs cedar, 226 cases the engine house at the disposal of the Fire P. KELLY, nah ; with passengers, by W.B.

.cedar, 120 bales Nassau fibre, 25 packages Department.The ,V.DORSEY. Tucker agent. E

', hides and skins, 40 barrels cotton seed oil, communication was received and R. AUSTIN. 6-Silas C. Evans, Endicott, lumber, I Cream Freezers
The received and filed. by Hilliard & Bailey New York.
ordered filed. report was ; I
42 packages merchandise 1 ton fresh fish. "
7-Isaac L.
Clark Cranmer, lumber
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The ordinance for
making appropriations
The Finance Committee reported on the by C. H. Huot; Philadelphia.
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1 Reorganization' of the Fernandina available funds now in the city treasury for the fiscal year was then taken up and read. 7-Florence Leland, Adams, lumber,

,'. ..:"f, Light Infantry. the redemption of past due bonds and It lies over underthe rules. by Eppinger & Russell ; New ..! -
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,. '. At a meeting held at Lyceum Hall on motion of Mr. Mr. Kelly desired to have his resignationread York. .. : :
Upon the
coupons. Kelly, lt
7-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina Savan- ',
; j 'ry .;{;. : Monday evening last, it was decided to reor- .committee was authorized to take up these and acted upon, but Council would not nah ; with passengers, by, W. B. ; "t'i'

". ganize the Fernandina Light Infantry. evidences of indebtedness as far as the meansat agree to this. The resignation was filed, Tucker, agent. ,

.;t ,.' Twenty-nine names were enrolled. A disposal will permit. while Mr. Kelly withdrew.The 7-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Wildman, :" ,

z meeting for the election of officers will bet The Finance Committee also ordinance for the better protection in Savannah, with freight and pas- -. .. .'i' .
informedthe sengers, by W. B.Tucker, agent. ", .
:... held on :Monday evening next. board that the bonds of the City Clerk cases of fire was then read. It also lies over 8-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, : : ;'F ,

., and Treasurer had been recorded. under the rules. 1,680 tons, New York ; freight
: Base Ball. The bill of Bids were then opened for the night and passengers, by R. W.South-
ex-Mayor for servicesfor
t t. Haley,
1 The Rubbers, of Jacksonville, have challenged wick agent.:
Sk : the nine of the Fernandina BaseBall the last fiscal year, $400, was returnednot scavenger service. Three *bids. were.in : 8-Addie G. Bryant, lumber by Hil-
( : approved by the and John Wells..... .............."...$110E. liard & Bailey New York.
; committee ;
"j
t '. Association to play a friendly match motion it ordered upon Mordecai.....................................'... 108 11 9- P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- I IS. I
was returned
to Mr.
s"K game of base ball, and the latter have ac F. C. 98 nah ; with passengers by W. B. \

4" ', .'..', cepted. The game will be played on the Haley for correction, it being in excess of As soon as the bids were read Alderman Tucker, agent. i

i' ,, ':.>. grounds in this city Tuesday afternoon the amount due him from the city. Robinson again got the floor and harangued 9-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Wildman, FRED W. HOYT & co's.

I "1 The Finance Committee also made a ma- Council. Before the Savannah; with freight and pas-
of the board
Play will be called at 2 o'clock sharp. meeting W.
B.
Tucker
by .
*. t sengers agent.IN
jority report on the ordinance
"., making ap he had threatened that Mordecai, who is a

'.r I Florida Appropriations in the River propriations for the present fiscal year, and colored and otherwise worthy man, should Schr. Florence Leland PORT.Adams. :

:." t and Harbor Rill. recommended the adoption of the same. get the contract whether he was the lowest Schr. David W. Hunt,,Baker. ; ; : .

: ; The River and Harbor Bill was reportedby [The appropriations are in conformity with bidder or not. He said he did not believe Schr. Frank W. McGear Sharp. "1:::"":'.' ."

I the House committee on Wednesday. the report of the special committee published in economy in this service; that "the old Schr. B. C. Terry, Moore. : -.-.' ',"'.-:'-""L'4" ? ":"--.'.. v' "
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: 1'::.. The following appropriations are reportedfor below.] The reading of this report contractor (Mordecai) had done efficient Schr.Schr. S.Addie C. Evans G. Bryant, Endicott., Stubbs. ,. /. -

Florida: Caloosahatchie river, $5,000; brought Alderman Riley Robinson on his service, and he did not think that it could Schr. Wm. Frederick, Patterson.

.. .. Choctawhatchie river, $15,000; Escambia feet. Robinson regards himself as the leading be done at so Iowa figure as Mr. Latham's Schr. Williamine Scott. ,' ': ; >

River, $5,000; Volusia bar, $2,000 ; St. representative of the colored people, bid.. He did not think Latham was pre- Schr.Schr. Sarah Lizzie Potter S. Haynes Keen., Sawyer. .' 'r'." .' ;M. ,;J:

t.' John's river, $150,000 ; Cumberland sound, and never loses an opportunity to expresshis pared to do the service anyway, and would Schr. Andrew Nebinger, Smith. f-:' 'Ji.".fl,:;,,,

; 75,000; Apalachicola bay, $10,000; Pensa-: opinions on any matter where the col have to buy horses and wagons. ;":, -- ': '. : .'

cola bay, $50,000; Tampa: bay, $20,000. ored man and brother is affected. Aldermen McGiffin and Hoyt stated that To Rent. '. "
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v .. ,{ Mr. President: I object to the adoption of the contractor was required to give a good The two-story frame residence on Centre .. ; .', <' :
." Fire at Archer. the majority report of the Finance Committee street, north side, corner of Eighth street \'; ;' .)
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l ,,", '0" ;i To the Editor of the Mirror: making appropriations for the fistical"year. and sufficient bond for the faithful performance conveniently located. Terms liberal. '.; .',i :::, ,:;

; "" ':." About 1 p. m. on Saturday, May 3d, the As a member of that committee, I of the contract, and they considered Also, that comfortable one-story dwelling 3 ;<",;.; ,'."" '
'I want to attack some of the appropriations Mr. Latham a perfectly responsible party. on Ninth street, near Centre, six rooms and .. .
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house of Mr. G. P. ::t
( 1 '., Quaintance was burned. just a little bit. There are some that are too Robinson had to subside.It pantry, for $10 per month. Apply to ,' .';.J<<":'t: "
I i 'i'. The family were all absent at the friends large, while there are others that are entirely II. E. DOTTERER. ., ,.
inadequate to perform the services was then moved by Mr. McGiffin that I II : .
: Monthly :Meeting and it is hard to tell the required I .
in a proper manner. the contract be awarded to the lowest bidder. Notice of Removal.I .
cause of the fire. A gasoline stove had
4 been He was finally prevailed upon to sit down, Robinson wanted'the vote on the question beg to inform my friends and customers
recently in use, the reservoir of which .:
.. as the ordinance: making the appropriationswas taken by ballot, but :\McGiffin rose to a that I have removed my place of business )
'. had just been filled ; this, with a quantityof to the Swann concrete block ,
i im not to be considered at that time. point of order, stating that it was something near the foot
gasoline exploded scattering the fire so of Centre street. Thankful for past favors, "
The majority report of the committee was new to him to vote away appropriations by I hope to merit
rapidly that nothing could be saved. The : a continuance of the sam I I .
ordered
filed. secret ballot. R. G. McQuiTTY. !
4 .citizens promptly gave a liberal subscriptionto 1
"orI. -, :Mr. Kelly, chairman of the Committee on President Avery thought Council could Fernandina, Fla., April 18, 1884. I I
replace the house, and will aid the unfor
." tunate loser as best they can. J. C. N. Streets and Public Improvements, read the vote in any way they had a mind to. Alderman : -

<. ., ..': lease drawn up by him for the park. This Dorsey was not afraid to have his vote

.,I.l,. .".,I More Steamship Facilities. created quite considerable debate among recorded, he had nothing to hide. Finally

.I 1 Aa : ., Through the untiring efforts of Mr. F. B. the members. Aldermen McGiffin, Robinson the as and nay es were called for, and the ,

P Papy, the General Freight Agent of the Dorsey and Mayor Pope contendin contiO awarded to the lowest bidder, -

,'. Florida Railway & Navigation Company, that Council had no right to lease the park.while gAlden..m, ( 'McGiffin, Austin, Dorsey: and .,

t- ": arrangements have been made with the Messrs. Kelly, Avery and Hoyt saw Hoyt, voting o w?p, while Robinson and King ; TERMS.y E as rib tic
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s '':, steamer City of Palatka, of the Palatka and no impropriety in doing so. During the debate voted no. tom :

Charleston Line, to call at this port twice a Alderman Kelly, who had spent quite The contract for the day scavenger work ; cash.. ( Ji

.. .:, week, on Mondays and Fridays. This will considerable time and trouble in getting up was awarded to May Denefield at $17 per : ,

?:';' ,. '..'.: be good news to the fruit and vegetable the document, got vexed, and tendered his month. ;;

.;i; ..-.. growers on the Transit and Peninsular resignation. Finally, upon the suggestion Only one behaving been received for n'M'tdMia/; :

ofJ roads, as'it"will give them three days in the of Alderman Austin, the matter was recom lighting the s"treetlamps,' and that being 0

:; i4y: ',.;.. week in which to ship their truck via Fer mitted to the committee' with the suggestion. thought exorbitant the committee was instructed ,' .t ...;. ., k.,,..

: nandina for the Northern markets. to strike out the word "lease" and the consideration .to .malce, some temporary arrange -

.,.;; .' The City of Palatka arrived here yesterdayon and otherwise alter the docu ment and advertise for further bids. .

; '" h..i'{ her initial trip and took on some thirteen ment. The bonds of the Marshal and Collectorwere --
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1f.- .., 'j:.. ,.: car loads of vegetables. The following report of the Special Committee referred to the Finance Committee. ': :
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t .' to whom had been referred the con- Council adjourned. --ii.i.

p.4 't .'.,f'R. City of the '
r 1'1 .Ii' sidering subject of a possible reduction .etv Goods. "
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:.! ; .:':;-.." ,<: \ is on a visit to her relatives, the ladies of the 'of the city's expenses, was read : ". '
Large lines of in '
new goods
: every depart .. !
: :,4' ".'' 'Mansion. House. Your committee, who was appointed t o ment at J. & T. KYDD'S. ', .!, o
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