Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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SOPHIE SPARKLE IN FLORIDA.jKOM is now owned by Mr. Thomas M. Carnegie, BISIf E nEJ INS. to start oil. The whole estimated costs for Call for a State Democratic Convention -

of Pittsburgh Pa., brother of Mr. Andrew i- straightening the Upper St. John's if my at Pensacola.

JACKSONVILLE TO FERNANDINA-DECORATION Carnegie, of New York. Dungeness has a I The following repl Ito General Sanford's memory i is not at fault, is $35,000, and if the -
bill passes as reported, one seventh of the The Conservative Democratic nut of
PU IS FLORIDA E NEWPORTOF historic interest of its ,own, having been report we clip fronl"fthe' Florida.Herald, of whole estimate will be secured a larger pro- Florida) will hold a State Convention' at

TilE SOUTH, ITS HISTORY AND presented Major-General Greene by the the 13th inst: : .' portion than has been giver in the bill for Pensacohi on Wednesday, June 25th, at 12-

SURROUNDINGS-CUMBERLAND State of Georgia, for his brilliant services as WASHINGTON J May 9, 1834. the mouth of the river. o'clock M.. for' the following purposes :
As to Cumberland Sound the committee To choose delegates to represent the State
ISLAND. Commander of the Department of the Editor Florida Herald( :-You recently
published of the Forty-sixth and Forty-seventh Congresses in the National Democratic Convention to
South during the Revolutionary War. It what purports to be a report of Henry be held at 8th
Became up from Jacksonville last Monday adopted the view at my suggestion, Chicago, July 1S84.
grand flourish of trumpets, having was a fine old place for many a year, and S. Sanford, to the Executive Committee" of) that inasmuch as there was sixteen feet of To nominate candidates for the offices ofGovernor.
with a the St. John's
Upper Improvements. dated water at the Fernandina bar, and but ten Lieutenant Governor and Presi-
was occupied by the descendants of Gen.
Jacksonville Guards on the train, Washington, D. C., April 18." dential
the and a half at the St. John's that common Electors at Large to be voted for at
with a brow band and flying colors. The Greene up to the time of the late war, when i j F r I beg a brief space to,correct its misrepresentations. justice required the larger appropriationsshould the next regular State election.To .

colored regiment, and it was deserted, ransacked by marauder.-, !! Speaking of being 1 before the be given to the latter. The present chollst..a State Executive Committee
, a very
(; were
1 J. and finally left but a heap of ruins to tell of ; Committee on Riversand Harbors,1. Sanford River and Harbor Committee'have adoptedthe conduct time uupaign; of 1884.
1 proud they wcrcufthl'irshounifurms.and I I says : There wasno, one there to rep- same view and I earnestly urged themto. To transact such other business as may
of the intcret they awakened all along the comforts, splendor and hospitalities rent Florida but pie, -s and on invitation I come before the convention.

They were accompanied by their which it had once known. There are J presented:: the case of, the) Upper St. John's When it is remembered that vessels are not The different counties in the State will

route. and sweethearts, all in holiday about 700 acres belonging: to the place, and river improvements, 'ami I hope interestedthe detained from going out to sea or into Fer send delegates to the convention upon the
wives, sisters: committee. lluttFhat struck me as following basis
there nandina from insufficient water and that at :
were eighty acres beautifully laid out
:i-ra\. -\l every little station along the strange, was that ot&r representative, Mr. times from six to twelve are detained at the One delegate for the first one hundred
route the baud l began to play, and a tall and cultivated, which it took one hundred Bisbee, appeared to'show so little interest in St.John's bar, I think any fair-minded man, votes, or part of one hundred, cast in each

in regimentals: !stood upon the rear slaves to keep in order. There are long avenues I a matter which concerns 'eight counties or even a citizen of Fernandina, who desires to county for the candidates upon the Conservative -
negro densely shaded with old oaks, from nearly half the State, and one' quarter of its sec all :sections of his State prosper, will Democratic State ticket at the
end of the train, waving the scary flag, and which the population, dependent as they are on this affirm that I was right. At any rate, this is general election! in 1880: one additional)
whenever the cars Mopped he alighted and parasite moss hangs in long, the only outlet North for their"products." my judgment, and I shall stand by it, un- delegate for every additional hundred votes.

marched Milemnly to and fro until we were green, graceful. festoons, opening charm- He subsequently says in his report": less stronger; reasons can be urged to changemy or the last fraction over the one hundred
44 As it was, )fr. Bisbee, as I now learn did views than when it amounts to fifty for
ing inlets in the distance. There are pleas- an unworthy local jealousy.Mr. or more so cast
At cabin door
ready to start:'! again, every nreMMit himself before committee after I such
Sanford's statement that lacked the candidates the number] to be determined -
we passel, and in the fields and on the ant lawns, also, where. stately OliUl"S grow left," having learned that I did appear be- committee not to tell" what I laid beforeit when there is a difference. by the

fences were crowds of dusky men, women upon either side of magnolias, fig trees, date fore the committee and presented my views. i is wholly untrue. My position on this vote for such candidate on said ticket who

amid children, :shouting and cheering, and palms and oranges are also found in abun Why he should have written what I have subject has been no secret, and a prominent stood highest on the county vote. But if
dance. In quiet nook where the silenceof above\ quoted, wherein he, represents that I citizen of Fernandina interviewed me any county increased its vote at the general
waving their handkerchiefs at the colored a appeared to take so little interest in the wel- touching it, over a year ago. Had Mr. San election of 1882 it shall have the benetit of
troops. When we reflect upon the condition the forest hangs like a spell over the fare of my constituents, that I did not ap- ford been better informed with respect to such increase. The counties under tins rule

of these: p"..r blacks only a few years place and the long floating sprays of the pear to advocate their interests, can only be proceeding before Congress committees, he will be entitled to representation as follows :
explained on the hypothesis that the object would not have to make "
which from the attempted an ass"
ago: we cannot but sympathize with them droops widereachingtree of his report was to misrepresent me, of me, by representing that I asked the Alachua. .............1t i Levy......... ?......... 8
in their j joy and pride over such gala daysas boughs casts strange flickering shadows rather than to convey the.truth. That such committee to keep secret what I said, and Baker.... ...... ...... 2 f Liberty ................ 1
these, and their evident sense of athwart the tombs, there is a little graveyard was his motive will be apparent before I thus made a bigger ass" of himself. Bradford..... ........ 9 Madison..IIBrevard.
wherein sleeps the wife of Gen. have done ,with him; and one piece of evidence The River and Harbor Bill as reported ......... ...... 2 I, Manatee.............. G
importance and personal vanity is quite of it is that'while his report is dated carries the following sums for the Second Calhoun........_ ...... 2 Marion................11
pardonable.' Greene, Catherine Miller, who died in 1785, on the 18th of April, he so timed its publication Florida District : For the St. John's bar Clay..................... 4Columbia Monroe ...... .........12Ai
DECORATION DAY. aged 59; their youngest daughter, Louisa C. I as to have it before the public the daytime $150.000 ; Cumberland Sound (Fernandina), ..............10 : asl3U.: ................. (>
Shaw, who did in 1820. Close by is also the Republican State,Convention assembledat $75,000 Volusia bar, $2,000 Upper St., Dade........ ............ 1Duval Orange........ ........11TViltr
To-day is :set apart for decorating the tomb St. Augustine. That r did not happen to John's.; $:;,000 Suwannee, 5000.; Total ............ ......16 JLJ\IV..................... I"
of General
Lee the ; ,
graves of the Confederate dead, and sunsetwill Light Horse be before the committee at the same time $:!37, OO. Escambia... .........15, Putnam...... ........: S
find a wreath of roses jessamine and Harry" of'the Revolution, and father of the Sanford was may }liaye been unfortunate, I am urging$100,000 for completion of Franklin............... :ZGadsden Santa Rosa;..........: :1 r
Confederate General Robert E. Lee.Ir.. but whether he gtle\'cd'more from tire loss the light-house at the Mosquito Inlet 'and ................12 St. Johns..... ........ (;
other flowers fading upon the fallen heroes'tomK Carnegie is building a noble mansion of of my society than) from his I cannot say. $200.000 for a public building grand,total Hamilton.. ......... 8 Sumter......... ........ 7;
placed there by loving hands and bedewed It is sufficient to sly that I appeared before 537000. If all these :sums are;appropriatedor Hernando ............ 8 Suwannee...... ...... SHillsborough..10
hewn gray stone upon the site of the old Taylor............ .....
with tears shed by those who havenot the committee at the very moment I was even the sums already favorably reported ?>
ruins, which will cost about 200.000, and notified to by its clerk.. those who estimate the value of memberof Holmes ......... ...... 3 Volusia..............._ 5
yet forgotten their loved and lost. Thisis Dungeness, while always surrounded witha Calling attention? to the fact that Mr. Sanford Congress in proportion to the a amount of Jackson..... ........15 Wakulla............... 4
the land of flowers, and it is meet that does not assert anything positively in obtained from the Jefferson...............10 Walton................ 4
money Treasury, for his "
sweet floral tokens should bestrew these halo of romance from the old associations', speaking of my action, by use of words he district, or State, ought to be satisfied, Lafayette..... ........ 4 Washington ......... 4
honored grave For, mistaken though will probably arise like the Phoenix from,its appeared and I understood" to avoid re- when the majority of the House especially is- Leon...... .............10 i
ashes arrayed in a new splendor which sponsibility of stating anything as a fact I actuated
they were, it will be never denied that the by a parsimonious spirit.A The counties will select their delegates
will far surpass that in the last century come to the material part of his statement. President of the United States once told either in mass-meetings or conventions as:
dead soldiers who sleep so peacefully now Corrcspoadcncc Richmond Dispatch.University He represents in his report under the phrase"I a story at the expense of a member of:Con- may be considered best by the people acting
beneath the flowery turf and sunny skiesof have reason to believe" that the com- gress who was constantly asking recognitionto through the usual party organization. And
the South were true heroes, and died -- -------- mittee had agreed to give $35,000 to the St. get his name in the Record. it is recommended that the citizens in each

I Hotel.A John's between Lake Monroe and Lake He said an old gentleman in Tennessee, county assemble for this purpose! at the
bravely for a cause which they believed to I George, and that through my jnfluence it who had a very exalted opinion of himself, Court-Hou.se, or other usual place of meet- ___
be righteous and just. And, now, that the : BEAUTIFUL SUMMER BESOHT IN THE :MOUNTAIN was reduced to $10,000. This statement had repeatedly failed to get into public life, ing, on Saturday June 14th ; but if they 1'0111
bitterness of the past contention is over, PLATEAU OK TENNESSEE. I absolutely false. On the 7th ihst I went and look no interest in a newspaper unless I .to assemble on.tha daj v.they should meet

flowers are strewn alike the of To the Editor of the Mirror: I to the committee rooms in?company" with it contained -l) rngrapli. "about- himself;; as early as. practicable thereafter.It
upon graves one of its prouinenLu\ mbe and an old suddenly experienced religion' and desiredto is recommended that where conventions
those who wore once the blue and, the- ray,. Thinking that some more detailed descrip- member of the HO1sen1Ha.clerk. of.thIS. join the Baptist Church. The day having are held, the precinct meetings for
anti hands that were once lifted against each tion of the new hotel,. the advertisement of committee (it does not have a secretary) arrived for his baptism, and the minister appointing delegates be held one week prior

arc now clasped in warm friendship. which appears in TIlE MIRROR, might be of stated to this member in my presence that having, with some difficulty, persuaded him to the above date suggested for the con,-en-
the committee never agreed in any mannerto to the proper depth of water, the old fellow, tions.
interest to readers who
FEHNANDINA general your are give $35.000 to the Upper St. John's, nor but new convert, protested that he would Arrangements are being perfected to secure-

has long been recognized as one of the most contemplating a retreat to the cool shades any other sum, except the $5,000 which was not be immersed. Upon being urged to largely reduced rates of travel to and from-
and sparkling waters of our mountain re reported in the bill. And that not a dollar give his reason, he said 'he could not affordto the convention,and this committee will giveto
charming resorts in Florida, and is calledthe sorts, I would state that Sewanee is situatedon would have been given to the Upper St. disappear so long from public view." the county committees due notice of the
Newport of the South. It has a magni- John's, if I had not asked for it. Mr. Sanford But I beg pardon for wasting so much results reached at an early day.
the Cumberland Mountain, and is the had to for it was nothing ammunition when is The the State
ficent harbor, where ships come and go no right assume, on snipe large game undersigned, composing
first station on the road to Tracy after leaving but assumption, that he had secured appearing in sight. H. BISBEE. Executive Committee, call upon all conservative -
from all
of the It
world. has
parts a superb } Cowan and nine miles distant. Its ele- $35,000 for the Upper St. John's and I had citizens, without regard to past
beach, over twenty miles in length, vation above the is caused it to be reduced to $10.OOO, as he The Atlantic and Mexican Gulf Canal political differences and associations, who
and along this beach is the favorite drive of surrounding country states in his report. Company. favor the continued supremacy of our partyin

visitors here. Fernandina is built upon 1,000 feet and 2,000 feet above the level of The bill has $5,000 for the work, and thisis According to a notice in the Morning News this State, and who are willing to aid the .
the sea. all the committee ever agreed to, or National Democracy in its struggle for
of the of the
Amelia calling a meeting incorporators
Island, which is separated from the To the usual attractions of mountain re thought of giving. This effectually clips the Atlantic and Mexican Gulf Canal Companyin victory in the campaign now opening to
main land by the Amelia river. Here gaudy wings of Mr. Sanford. and I might this city a number of gentlemen interested unite through our party organization in ,
once lived a powerful tribe of Indians tinder sorts-pure air and pure, cool water-are stop here, but I beg to show that his zeal for met at the Pulaski House at 10 a. m. sending delegates to this convention.S. .
added a settled society that for refinement, the Upper St. John's is of recent origin. the of PASCO, Chairman, MontScello.
the rule of the of yesterday. The following are names
Guale that being
Caique -
Sanford had been in the habit of F. P. FLEMING Jacksonville.
culture and kindness is nowhere excelled, spending those who or represented by ,
were present,
the original name of the island. Like close proximity to the University of the I I quite a portion of his time in Washingtonlong J. A.HE DERSOY, Tallahassee.
the rest of the Southern country Amelia before I came to Congress as well as proxy. WILLIAM SCOTT Sanford.
Ex-Gov. G. F.Drew, of Florida ; Col. Wm.
South, with its full round of daily religious
Island was long a source of bitter conten- since. I beg to ask him why his energies Rogers, Savannah : S. L. Burns, Esq., St.lIarv's -- --
services, the frequent occurrences of inter-' were not aroused for this work at an earlier List of Letters
Ga. J. R.
tion between the Spanish and English ; Esq., ,
governments esting lectures and addresses, the college day:? Ga.;* Alex. Curtis' Esq:, St. Mary's, Ga.; S. Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandina -

and there are still the remains of library open to visitors, social entertain- When I was elected to Congress in 1S7G no A. Swann, Esq., Fernandina, Fla.; Gen. J. Nassau county, Florida, May 17, 1884 m
an old fort and of the old Spanish town. survey of the Upper St. John's had ever Ocala Fla.
ments, concerts, military exercises Finley, Persons calling for these letters must say
insuring.. been made, nor even authorized, and it is
here also we hear redoubtable stories of the The meeting was organized by electing
varied and constant objects of interests. known that no appropriation can be made Gov. Drew Chairman of the board, and Mr. advertised:
valiant old Oglethorpe who settled in. The invalid will find,Chalybeate water, as for any river or harbor until Congress has Alex. Curtis, Secretary.A Armstrong. Lourina Jones, Loton' M '

Georgia, and who yielded his grip upon also alum water, shown by careful analysis authorized a survey, and it has been made number of resolutions were adopted Agent, Butler Lunard. Wm II
Amelia Island to the Spanish in 1740. by the Government engineer. looking to the furtherance of the interests of Armstrong. Delia Leroy, J WLaurence
both by Dr. John B. Elliott, professor: of Finding this had not been done, I causedto and committee was Adams Rivina JIiss 1-:
the incorporation, a ap- ,
the English regained it in 17G3; had a here and be inserted in the River and Harbor Bill
chemistry Dr. Safford, of Vander- pointed to negotiate with parties with a Bon man. Evans Lord, T Cooper
careful survey of the bar and harbor made bill, to closely resemble the famous Rock- that was approved June 18th, 1878 (the first view to construction on the canal.It Baird, C P MorrosonLawinaBenjamin
and laid out the town. Those: who wander Alum of bill of that kind that passed after I was was decided that pending these negotia- F nrcInto h, Anis
bridge Springs
Virginia. "
idly now beneath the shade of the elected), the followng clauses : For surveyof tions no books of subscription to the capital Burroughs, B M McDufFy, Johnnie
orange There isa dryness about the atmosphereand the John's river, Florida, between Lake stock would be opened. Benjamin, Jacob McKane. Fanny
and umagnuliatrees,and inhale the fragranceof an exemption from the sudden changesof George and Lake :Monroe and estimates of After other business the meeting ad Benton. JackIack.IIarit

myriad of sweet Ii o n cysuchlesand jessa temperature which characterize cost of deepening the Volusia bar and journed. Clark Wm Mellon, )Iichtcl SCanty
watering the offs." The mouth of .
mine but straightening cut Wi150nIcFarhmd, Elias
little realize the fierce conflicts ,
which places situated, as most are, in the valleys the St. John's river, Florida." A meeting of the corporators of the above Chipman, John Nelson Rebecca:
mice raged here and the blood that
: with high mountains on either side, which These surveys were subsequently made,and company was held in this city yesterday.This Corby, John T Perry, G M
freely flowed, before Fernandina became the serve to exclude both morning and eveningthe appropriations for improving the mouth of is the canal to advancement of which Collins, Celena Polite. Nannie

peaceful! and beautiful spot that it now is. genial and health-giving of the the river and the upper portion, were then the late Col. P. I. Raiford devoted many I>orsev. C A Proctor, E GDrew'Edwin
The streets are beautifully shaded, and there rays sun. for the first time practicable, and the agita- years of his life. It appears from what Gen. Paukhtirst John F
are. One at Sewanee would hardly realize that tion of the subject aroused public interest. McLaws said in his interview published in Drady> C Patterson, C A
many elegant private residence, sur- they were on the top of mountain, so Certainly Mr. Sanford, prior to this time :yesterday's Morning News, and also from the Dallas, Julia Uobcrts,1som
rllulhlcd by charming flower gardens. The open and level is tho plateau at this point. had not attained any newspaper notices of proceedings of the meeting held yesterday Earnin :Eliza Richards, :Fred

principal hotel in the place, the Egmont, is The lover of nature will find within his strenuous efforts to improve the river. in this city, presided ever by ex-Governor Eates, SarahEyclesheimer Robinson.} B
uamcd after the beautiful countess of thatImamne easy Now, appropriations being in order, I Drew, FJriida. t'i..4 the project is attracting P D Richow, Eroline
distance of this hotel scene after scene that thought the Volusia bar, and the bar at the the a'centior' r.i Tuip 'ean capitalists, Easton. Rutha Thompson. W'S
: who once owned an indigo plantation will repay one for the toil and expense of a mouth of the St. John's, were of more im and Chat the company vill doubtless soon Gray, Robt Stephens, Edwin
on the site where the hotel is built. moderate journey. ,mediate importance than straightening the be organized on a workii b: sis. It is to be GallopHanton Scott Mary E
her portrait) ," in full costume, and holding Those desiring to send their small chil- river above. My view was that it was of no hoped th:'. .tlure h t".y CI nflict of inter WilsonHampieton Shirley, II F
her infant dren to school will find an excellent and special value to commerce to shorten the ests or JU."V3rm.1' the '.ncorporators it Capt E Singraf, Louis
son upon her knee, hangs in. the painstaking teacher within a short distanceof distance from J..akeIonroe and Lake will be Immunized ,upo.i a mutual satisfactory Hinton, II J Sanchez, Sey
parlor of the Egmont, and is one of the in- the hotel. George until the Volnsia bar was deepenedso plan, and that nn ailing of legal Hay wood. Eliza Smith, Linda ;

eriMins: ( ;:: curiosities of the place. The Eg- The Southern Chautaqua at Mont Eagle, that steamers could pass down the river, techl1kr.litics"ou1<1 be allowed to interfere Jones, II J Smith, Geo E
'""lit has been crowded this season with six miles above on the Tracy City Railroad, and that the freights which Jacksonville with the conspramation of this great work, Wikon, Tn Airs
fashionable attended by thousands last year, with the merchants paid and the insurance they paid as it appears that all parties have the same S. T. RlDDELL, P. :\{.
tourists, among whose names II expectation of double the number of visitors were enhanced by the low water at the object in view.-Savannah News.

nve ''ml 1 those of the Earl of Iluntington, I his season, has induced the establishment mouth of the river, and consequently the -- -----.-- .- Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
Lord Hastings, Mr. Jordan and Mr. Fits- I of very low rates of travel, which will be people on the Upper St. John's' must pay a Notice of Removal.I Tracts containing twenty acres each of

ecraltl: of England )fr. Gould Mr & ailable} to the visitors to Sewanee. higher price for the merchandise purchased beg to inform my friends and customers choice,high hammock land on.Orange Lako
}' dwin ; Jay the rates of board, as will be seen by of such merchants, it was of the first importance that I have removed my place of businessto suitable for orange growing and truck farming ..
Could, Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford, I rrprcnce to the advertisement, are very to secure deeper water at the mouth the Swann concrete block near the foot arc now offered for sale. These lands
r"'w York = Dr. and: A I"rs. Gilchri Mr. Jos. i aerate. In short, one can enjoy at of the river. A vast inland sea might be a of Centre street. Thankful for past favors are;very conveniently situated for transportation -

Mills and many others. Mr. Geo.a. -- vrtwanec, amidst the highest civilization, all beautiful'thing to look at, but if there was I hope to merit a continuance of the same. ,"by water or rail, and will be sold on
hittelie) the the benefits for which: visitors as a general no outlet to the sea for ships think its R. G. McQuimv terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-
to the proprietor, knows how to cater rule are conten io exile themselves at the commercial value would be very much Fernandina. Fla., April 18, 1884. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
wants of his numerous guests, and ordinary watering places of the country. If din1}'nished. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, r
Sues from 1 here the public understood the merits of Sewaneethe A "icwould be statesmanshipof
at the close of the season to contrary \ To Rent. February 1(1( 1882. Fernandina Fla.
open the new large amount of accommodations now the same character of General Butler'sgeneralship
hotel (The Baldwin) upon the being provided ,\"ould. not contain the when General Grant said he The two-story frame residence on Centre -
*lwre Sale.
> at Beach 1 II a"el1J.. in I street north side, corner of Eighth street; For
June. visitors who would annually flock to the "bottled himself up. For these reasons ,
Thm5 morning we had a charming "::p to I I mountain, fleeing from the heat and miasma pressed for money to deepen the bars. convnientl-lueated. Terms liberal. A second-hand piano. Will be sold cheapif

DUNG of the South as our Northern brethren flee Those having been improved and annual Also, that comfortable one-story dwellingon applied for soon. :For further information .
Upon ESS, to Florida from the ice and snow of their appropriations therefore secured, I thoughtit Ninth street, near Centre, six rooms and apply at the office of
' which is distant Northern homes. S. G. I. was time to commence on the Upper St. pantry, for $10 per month. Apply to TIlE :\UrROI:. :-
. eight miles: down the bay and which Sewanee, Tenn., Jlay 10, 1884. John's,'and have accordingly secured. $5,000 H. E. DOTTEREE. .



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P M r'F .. : T."' THE FLORIDA :MIRRORMAY 17, 1884.: .
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. t f. ': jf; f:' ._ IFTVA CHILD'S EYES. Isl e would call in to attend 'her in case "of I I .. Lucy, ," said Amy ,my.steriou.-ly.(t"' ,her I When'she rein ned from her secret meeting i )[ "

.1'1 11 ,'.:-->' .. --. illness. Yet Mr. Larkspur .once told Mr. I I cousin, I hare seen him." [ with Ierlover'heofcourse.eonfided, her I II flurried
I on te]
'* f: ')',\ ; I saw them pass along thoroughfare, Allerton that this feminine dragon had hada "So have I," said Lucy. plan to her cousinHow. foolish you ,beach, and told him what had happened

t :,; : A blind old man with long' hair snowy ; violent love affair when she was nineteen, What a curious coincidence!r' I said Lucy, "you ';now that your arc'I' And now," she I said in. conclusion:: i "
E Y h. t 1 And at whiten his side! a little maiden fair and Mr. Allerton-whose connection with Sot at all. ,He ,told me he intended to would t have you dc hat' for the world, going! to make a dreadful proposition* to yon"111.

\', Wih golden locks and large eyes, blue and the Marrable family is of much more recent follow us." and you will make'an enemy of Aunt Martha We must also elope together "

: bright. date than that of Lucy's father-actually de- -"What! Vivian told, ..1 you-?" who is i like a mother to us:: girls." "I am sure I don't mind," said )Ir.

The old man lissened to the prattling child clared that he could well believe it. If, "Oh, no Bother Vivian ; You are always But she would never agree' to our mar- Rhodes. .-\ (' hearing your news I was

t Who told of sights that tilled her with however, :Miss, Marrable did have a love thinking of Vivian : I meant Robert." rying if we consulted her," objected Amy ; going to propose as much myself. It

".', surprise ; affair in her youth, I am not inclined at this He here, too !" exclaimed Amy. I and if she knew anything of our plans I take you out of the reach of would
your aunt's
head this and that and
He turned his reproaches -
A i ,"* d : smiled way time of day to cast it as a reproach in her meant Vivian. I saw him half an hour ago am sure that she would manage to frustrate' when she finds out the trick that

As if he saw them with the maiden's eyes. teeth., Boys will be boys ; and girls, I suppose with his father." them., She is a dear old thing, but-Well, has been played upon her.:*

will be girls, though they may live to Well, I advise y ounot to let Aunt :Mar- she's peculiar on those points." "You are a dear old love," cried
She told him of the wonders she could see Lucy,
In the store windows where, in bright see the error of their ways and be none the tha know too much," said Lucy. If she I have told you what I think, said Lucy, with enthusiasm.: I wouldn't for the

'- % array.Beautiful .' worse for their follies. One thing is certain, suspects anything she will take us back to with an assumption: of wisdom that was world have Amy made unhappy, and I feel

t. dolls, a fairy company. and that is, that at the present time, and forfiveandtwenly London this afternoon.'* perhaps warranted by her superior age."Don't that I must help her, although I don't
);,' Gazed forth on all who passed along the MissMartha Mar approve
years past, Miss Marrable murmured uneasily in her be foolish. of elopements. Now go and talk to
'., yt way. rable has ceased to dream of the tender pas- sleep. A fly had settled on her chin. But Amy was already beyond the influ- Mr. Jellicoc, and don't forget to have the

"f} She told how horses, prancing through the sion. She still occasionally talks vaguely of Hush, !" exclaimed the girls in unison,. ence of counsel. She persisted in her intention license ready. Perhaps Mr. Jellicoe can arrange -

.rti4 The streets gorgeous, equipages drew along. going up the Nile or of visiting the Yellow- and then they were silent. and even claimed Lucy's sympa- for both Amy and me to sleep that

a, W From which, reclining on the cushioned stone,region ere she dies; but she never con- Not long afterward they caught sight of thy and assistance, which, of course, Lucy night with the Joneses, whoever they may

?' ; seats, templates the possibily of getting married, two young men who were walking arm in could not ultimately withhold. be; or perhaps, after all, we had better not
ht S Fair women looked upon the passing and I believe that she would as soon thinkof arm along the sand, a couple of hundred Ere an elopement can be successfully car- go there, since aunt knows that part of the

'*< .,-.... throng. allowing a man to believe that she regarded yards away. ried out, in the face especially of the jealous scheme."

.j- And then they turned their steps into a him with anything but polite aversion Look' !.There they are!" whispered Lucy. watchfulness of a man-hating spinster ladyof "I dare say," said Robert, that I can arrange

park as she would think of going into busi- "Aunt must not set ''them. We must go middle age, numerous preparations haveto for both of you to stay at the Brow's
", ':'" And set upon a bench beneath the trees; ness as a steeple-jack, and learning to stand and warn them. And, stealthily accompanied be made, and in the case of Vivian and at Llanyltid. They have a large house
;: The old though the world to him was ,and,
1,'.. ::1.0 l :, dark. on one leg on the top of the cross at the.' by her cousin she crept away from Amy, the making of these preparations involved curiously enough, my sister Dora, whom

.!. V::' i' Heard the birds sing, the leaves stir in the summit St. Paul's Cathedral. Miss Marrable and ran toward the approaching correspondence. Amy, therefore, you have often met in town. is staying

y'i'o1": ; I I breeze And yet Miss Martha Marrable was last figures. bribed one of her aunt's maids to act as a there with them ; so you will have a com-

L1 I '. He head the waters of the fountain fall, year the heroine. a. terrible scandal ; and. I need not describe the greetings that on- go-between, and the maid in question, witha panion and a sympathizer. Now I will go
) t ';( And with the little maiden's eyes could many of her misanthropic female friends sued. 'Such things are the commonplaces of fidelity that is rare, and at the same timea and talk to Jellicoe."
i r"
c : .; see have never since been able to completely seaside encounters between young men and treachery that, I fear, is common in her I need not follow in detail the progress of
>' I The and the beds of flowers the
j I l.MX green tall grass believe her professions of hatred of man. i young women who have likings for each kind, promptly carried Vivian's first letterto the new scheme of double elopement.

L ":. Trees and the children sporting merrily. The affair gave rise to many whispers, and other, and they have been described a thous- her mistress. Suffice it to say that the bogus correspondence -
;, -.,. was even, I understand guardedly alludedto and times. Suffice it to say that, a few Miss Martha Marrable, without scrupletore destined to mislead Miss Marrable
n."';'" .:- The joy of all the world he seems to share with just and virtuous deprecation, in minutes later, Lucy and Robert were sitting open the envelope and angrily perusedits was steadily kept up ; that Amy and Vivian
And in others' the
.. happiness sense the columns of the Woman1 Suffrage Journal together under the shadow of a bathing- contents. "My own Amy," ran the found other means of safely
; ;!: Of his affliction, for he had no air communicatingwith
;. Of sadness or of suffering intense as a terrible but happily rare instanceof machine, while Amy and Vivian; were confidently audacious communicationlet us settle, one another? that the Browns were

J. I.. womanly weakness and frivolity ; and talking nonsense a dozen yards off. then, to go on Wednesday. At nine o'clockin written to ; that the licenses were obtained:

5 ;; Looking upon his patient, smiling face, since the true story has never been told, I :More than half an hour elapsed ere the girls the evening a carriage and pair shall be that three carriages and pairs were engagedone
I said "The blind who beneath the
.. ,,.1!i rod, pass feel that it is only fair to tell it, and by telling returned to Miss Marrable; but fortunately. ready to take us to Harlech, where you stay to call at the hotel at nine o'clock p, m.
'r ; ,
I:,,/;: Groping in darkness, seem to find a grace it to defend Miss Marrable from the the excellent spinster was still murmuring :! for the night with the Joneses, who are old and two at half-past; that coachmen were
; ;. That others" miss, and so come nearer dastardly charges that have been made : sleepily at the fly on her chin ; and when friends of ours ; and on Thursday by mid- liberally feed ; and finally, that the billiard-

Hr\, ,' God. New York ledger. against her established reputation for good. sh 'a woke she had no suspicion that she had day we shall be married, and I trust, never : marker at the Cors-y-Gedol), a spruce young

-(: sense and unflinching contempt of the been deserted by her charges. As sho walked afterward parted again. We can arrangethe fellow of some education, was bridcd, at

MISS MARRABLE'S ELOPEMENT. rougher sex.'roward back with them to the hotel, nevertheless, as details between this and then. But considerable cost, to personate Vivian Jelli

:! the end of August Miss Marrableand if with a strange intuitive comprehension of write and tell me that you agree, coe and to run away with Miss Marrable.
CHAPTER I. her two nieces left London for North danger in the air, she held forth to them Your ever devoted."VIVIAN.. At length, Wednesday morning arrived,
n f-'. Wales, and after a long and tiresome journey upon her favorite topic-the unfathomable ." and with it came the last of the billets-doux
: 1 Miss Martha Marrable, a spinster lady of
reached Abermaw, in Merionethshire, baseness of man-and gravel warned them that were to fall into the cunning spinster's
S five-and-fifty, is the last of her race. Her I
and took rooms at the Cors-y-Gedol Hotel. against ever allowing themselves even for a CHAPTER '.. hands. One of them had been composed by-
only brother, Mr. Clement Marrable, never
married and died,twenty years ago at Baden- They were accompanied, as usual by the single moment to entertain any feeling, save Miss Marrable, w!.o, when she received Vivian and Robert and written by the for-

; 4' Baden, whither he had cone to drink the two maids and the green parrot, but the one of polite aversion, to the hated : .x. this:: -"e-letter, was sitting in her bedroom, mer on pink paper, folded billetbouxwise.It .
and the man-servant being males Thus matters went on for a week or more, follows
courier was thunderstruck. At first she thought of ran 33 :
waters; and her,two sisters, Maria and Le-
titia, although they did marry, did not live and their services not being imperatively i Lucy and Amy meeting their lovers everyday going to Amy and charging her with base- MY OWN AMY:: : I have satisfactorily arranged -
-T, Hte left behind in London. in secret, and Miss Marrable suspecting The will be
S to become middle-aged women. The elder required, they were ness and ingratitude; but after some reflec- everything. carriage
had celebrated her twenty-third nothing. Although she knew Sir Thomas the door of the hotel at nine o'clock. I
Lucy just decided let
i tion she to matters, for the timeat
Maria after becoming the wife of Mr. Lang- .
shall not show myself for aunt
Jellicoeand his she treated them when- :your may
and about to cele- son,
birthday, Amy was just least take their course, and to confoundthe
,, '; ton Larkspur, of the firm of Scrip, Lark- be about. Be careful, therefore, to avoid
: _. ._ spur & Co., bankers, of Threadneedle street, brat} her twenty-first; and-although I am ever she encountered them, with such freez- schemes of the rash couple by means of her and enter the carriage as quickly as
sorry to have to record it-I a*nby no means ing courtesy that they did not seek her so- a grand stroke at the final moment. She possible. In order that there may be no
Wrth to child who
a single daughter, :. As for Robert Rhodes she did not mistake, have. told the driver to wear
th' ciety. ,
astonished tl v .e both in love.
however in whom
4 went at to
named once Lucy, ,
was Lucy; ana Um juungur. Lotitia white choke round his neck. I hope that
4a :, Lucy, during the whole of the previous sea know him, and he therefore escaped her as I have said she had great confidence, and
: ; ; 5 having been led to the altar by Mr. Septi- you will be punctual. Everything depends
'"${ mus Allcrton' of the firm of Allerton, Bond son, had been determinedly flirting with lofty slights. told her all."How upon punctuality. Till nine o'clock good-
I the 'signing( artist named Robert But in due time a crisis arrived ; and in bye. Your most devoted VIVIAN.:'
'- young foolish of her, said Lucy.
& Bennedict, brokers, of Pancake lanp pre
; I
trades ; and Amy, :younger and less expe- order that the full bearings of the situation Yes dear how foolish and how
husband -
sented her with twin & my Miss Marrable, after reading this note, refolded -
I iced than cousin.had been carrying, may be properly understood, I must briefly wicked !" assented Miss Marrable. "I feelit
whom one only-and she was ca i. .1 .\..ay :: it as usual, and took care that it
survived her extreme infancy. "- therefore /.en more sentimentally, with )Ir. Vivian explain the characters of Miss Martha )Iarrablc's my duty to prevent the carrying out of reached Amy. Then with the consciousnessthat

1 Jellicoe, who, being heir to a baronetcy, undutiful nieces. this mad plan and also to make Amy suffer she about
not astonishing that Miss Mu' : 0\1:1: <- was to perpetrate a great ajul
found that position so arduous and fatiguing Lucy Larkspur has but little romance in for her I shall therefore send her
t r ,+ rable, a well-to-do woman without lan.ily: folly. good action, she sat down in her own room
55 that he was quite unfitted for any active her composition ; she has strong feelings, this letter and allow the hare-brained pairto
ties:: is exceedingly fond of the daughters of and waited for Amy's reply to be broughtto
.:; oJ her two dead sisters. She usually has them occupation of a laborious character. Of but not much sentiment; and she is one of mature their schemes. And what, Lucy her by the treacherous mai L The note,
Miss Marrable knew of those girls who are perfectly open with their "
) -i to stay with her at least twice a )'ear-once course nothing dear, do you think I propose to do ? You which was very brief, came to Miss Marrablein
these affairs. Had she them she hearts. She loved Robert llhodes, and as
'+ in the early summer at her house in Gros- suspected will never guess. Listen Amy and I are less than half an hour. "Dear Viv,"
would have not taken her nieces she knew quite well that he also loved her,
venor street, and once at the seaside or in perhaps of much the same height. I shall personate wrote Amy. "I will be ready and will look
with her Abermaw for it that she made no secret to him of her affectionfor
: Italy, whither she goes occasionally, accompanied to happened her by concealing-ahem-my face, and out for the white choker. Your, loving A."
that Sir Thomas Jel him. Amy Allerton, on the other handis
-to the great wonder of the foreigners at very watering place drive away with this vile young man ; and In spite of the ordeal which was before
licoe and his son Vivian were staying and always has been, sentimentally in- then when he believes that he has left
-by courier, a man-servant, two maids, me her, the good old spinster was IcrfectlYealni
when the three ladies the two maids and the clined. She believes rightly or wrongly,
far behind I shall overwhelm him with
} eleven boxes and a green parrot. And as and unflurried. At one o'clock she made a
t. arrived. But foresight on that it is a very charming thing to. "
she is very kind to her nieces, and denies green parrot shame and confusion. very hearty luncheon ; at half-past two she
Miss Marrable's part could have preventedMr. Let concealment, like a worm i' the bud Lucy could not help laughing. "That
them nothing, it is not surprising that they took her nieces for a walk, and talked to
": Robert Rhodes from following Lucy to Feed on her damask cheek ;" would be fun aunt she said.
ire fully as fond of her as she is of them. really good them with extraordinary affability about
J < ; But Miss :Marrable is growing old; whereas North Wales. That adventurous artist had and she would as sooii have thought of per- Yes, send the letter to Amy and by all the emancipation of women ; and at half-

,i : Miss Lucy Larkspur and :Miss Amy Allerton made up his mind to spend the autumn in mitting Vivian Jellicoe to think that she! means let matters take their course for the past six she appeared at the table tl'h<<.1te.

:j- are (both young, and intend to remain so for :Miss Larkspur's neighborhood, and even if loved him as of attempting to win and woo present.'" and, just as if the occasion were an ordinaryone

: .'. some time to come. It is not, therefore, to bet Miss Marrable had carried off her elder the Sultan of Turkey. The consequencewas Miss ;Marrable did send the letter, and complained of the soup being too pep-

J ;, r expected that the three ladies should invariably niece to Timbuctoo or the Society IslandsMr. that Miss Marrable, who fondly imag- Amy duly received it unsuspectingly ; but pery, the fish too:cold, and the mutton too

?" 'j' think alike on all subjects. And, indeed, Rhodes would hove gone after the pair ined that she knew all the thoughts of her five minutes later Lucy revealed the whole underdone. Her coolness was admirable,

I. ''r 5- : I am happy to say that there are not many by the next train, steamboat, diligence or elder niece, trusted her much more than she plot to her and threw her into the deepest Lucy and Amy, on the other hand, could

z women who do agree with Miss Marrable caravan available. trusted her younger. She regarded Lucy as trepidation. > scarcely conceal their excitement and agita; (

I 4 ; 55' upon all questions; for although she is as Upon the morning, therefore, after Miss an open book that might be easily read, Here, however, Lucy's superior coolness tion. They each looked at least a hundred ,
old breathed Marrable's arrival at Abermaw she and her kind of oracular came in most usefully. You need not de the
r good-hearted an spinster as ever and Amy as a voice that, times during dinner at the clock upon
t.. ; she is unfortunately a man-hater. nieces were comfortably installed at the while saying or appearing to say one thing, spair." said the elder cousin ; if aunt mantelpiece ; and they each started and I

1 I have looked in the dictionary to see Corsy-Gedol Hotel, while at the Red Goat, might mean exactly the opposite. Miss thinks of having fun with you and Mr. turned red whenever the noise of carriage-

I what the verb to hate" signifies, and I find close by, Sir Thomas Jellicoe and Vivian Marrable was destined to discover that she Jellicoe, why not turn the tables and have wheels without was heard. After dinner

5 s; ; \ that it means "to despise,*' or to dislike occupied rooms on the first floor, and Mr. was to some extent wrong in her estimate, fun with her? You must find some other Miss Marrable went again to her room and

intensely' Let it not, however, be supposed Rhodes had a bed-room on the third. so far, at all events, as Lucy was concerned, way of carrying on your correspondence ; began to make her preparations.

' c S 5; that the word "man-hater" is a In the course of that {"afternoon Miss and her discovery of her error was, I grieveto but at the same time answer this letter by HoW sad it will be," she thought to her

S s : stronger one than ought to be applied to Martha Marrable, accompanied by her say, accompanied by good deal of pain the old medium. Your answer will, of self, "for poor young Jellicoe when I dis-

:;:"I'' ; Miss 'Marrable; for;I am really not quite certain nieces, and followed at a respectful l distanceby and mortification.Ten course, fall into' aunt's hands. You must cover myself and overwhelm him with re

that it is altogether strong enough. the two maids, walked in the sunshine days had passed, and the two pairs of mislead' her, and then"- proaches. Men are but poor creatures.!

P t V= a :She regards men as inferior animals, and upon the hard sands that stretched for I do lovers had made considerable progress, 'But," objected Amy, "how am I to Perhaps he will faint. Yes ; I will take my

I -" looks down upon them with lofty contempt. not know how many hundred yards at low Amy, it is true, had not declared herself to make matters turn out propely?" salts-bottle.'' She wrapped herself: in an

j :. .' Who," she once said to her niece Lucy water between the rocky hills behind the Vivian, who, being a bashful young man, Listen !" said Lucy. "Aunt proposes to ulster belonging to Amy, and having hidden

t has turned the world up-bids down, filled little town and the margin of Cardigan bay. had, perhaps not pressed her sufficiently ; personate you. Very well. Put off the her face in a thick veil took a seat at her

4 5 t it with poverty and unhappiness, and deluged The weather was hot and sultry and the but Lucy and Robert understood one an- time of your elopement, say, for half an window, which happened to be immediately

''t. i ; it with, blood? It is man, Lucy. If unrippled sea looked like molten lead in other completely, and were secretly ,engagedto hour; and, meantime, Mr. Jellicoe must above the front door of the hotel.

% women had always governed the earth, we the glare. Much exercise was therefore out get married at the earliest opportunity. find some one to personate him. My idea is )Meantime, Edward Griffiths, the billiard-

'" should have had no Caesar Borgias, no Judge' of the question, and erelong the three ladies Vivian's bashfulness could not, however, for aunt to elope with the billiard marker, marker, was ill at ease. He knew Miss Mar

i f ifJr Jeffries, no Bonapartes, and no Nan Sa- sat down on the seaward side of a rush-grown endure for an unlimited time. One morn- and to give :you time to get away. Do you rable by sight, and looked forward with

? I hibs. And yet Miss Martha Marrable can sand-hill to read, leaving the two maids to ing he and Amy found themselves togetheron see?" terror to the prospect of an encounter with

1 :.- S never see a vagrant begging in the street stroll further if they chose to do so, and to the rocks behind the town, and the opportunity Amy could not at first grasp the signi- her at close quarters. Nevertheless he had

1' ,: without giving him alms. The truth is, explore at their leasnre the unaccustomed being favorable he screwed up ficance of this bold proposition, but when Vivian Jellicoe's five-pound note in his

e, that although she detests and despises man, wonders of the seashore. his courage, told her that he had never she succeeded in doing so she was delightedwith pocket, and he was determined to see the

she pities him; just as she pities the poor Miss Martha, having arranged her sun- loved anyone but her, and obtained a coyly! it. affair bravely through. He felt, however,

I :, ,'. idiot whom she sometimes sees grinning shade to he satisfaction, opened a little vol- given, promise that she would be his. "I shall tell Mr. Rhodes," said Lucy, that his natural bravery would not be sufficient

and gibbering by the wayside in Italy. ume on The Rights of the Slaves of Eng- Natures like Amy's when they once take when she.,had sufficiently explained the to support him ; and he th> ef"n*. at

ak. :, These being her sentimcnts,''\iss Mari land," while Lucy devoted herself to one of fire, often burn rapidly. On Monday she plan ; for I know that he will gladly help about six o'clock:: began to swallow a succession

i; ..- .. cable has not, of course, many male acquaintances. Ouida's novels, and Amy plunged deep into became engaged to Vivian Jellicoe; on you ; and Mr. Jellicoe can talk it all over of potent doses of whisky and! water

1- ',.:: She is on good, but not affectionate Keats. In five minutes "The Rights of the Tuesday Vivian begged her to ame a lIar with him and have the benefit of his advice with the object of laying in a stock of Dutch

: terms, with her widowed brothers-in- Slaves of England" fell heavily to the sand for the wedding, and she refused ; and on :' courage. Whether whisky ww bad or

f' :' law, Langton Larkspur and Mr. 'Septimus and in three minutes more Miss Marrablewas ""ednesdar'Vivian, knowing the peculiar But what will aunt say when she discovers the water was too powerful I cannot say;

t '.,; Allerton. She once a year invites her man imitating' sounds which, but that I I sentiments of Miss Marrable, and doubtful how we-how 'ou-ha.e deceivedher but at ten minutes to nine, when Vivian

f$ of business, Mr. John Bones, of Cook's know her to be a woman who has no weakness also, perhaps, whether his father would not ," asked Amy. Jellicoe arrived to give final direction and

i 1 Court, to dine with her and them in Gros- I should call snores. From the moment throw impediments in'the way of his early "Ah said Lucy, slyly, "I must talk council to his substitute, he found! Edward

venor street ; and she is civil to the rector of I Lucy and Amy, as if by common con- marriage proposed an elopement, and about that, too, with Mr.' Rhodes. But Griffiths decidedly the worse for ]liquor.

*J her parish, and 10 the medical man whom sent, rt.'atino more. Amy, with some hesitation, consented. never fear !1" And 'she went off to rejoin Fortunately the young fellow was neithert

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__ ,THE, FLORIDA MIRROR : MAY 17; 1884.unarrclsoinc :

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in his His she is a woman without weakness, she in the Washington will be watched ,_ FINE ,. ; "... ,1:' ,-Vf-..
nor noisy cups. I I Capitol j l," !!J! ."'". -'..'" ..; -'d,"'" ..-t-"t.4.. ":;..-.4: & ...
be bleep the of the remainderof with lin.JcOllct'rn all over the country, / .
main ambition seemed to to go to passed greater part and by the time Congress adjourns the public a..........................................................-S '.' '" ',:0 ,.'\ .:."
!had Vivian bundled the night in violent She tele- .-':"'. .
and no sootier hysterics. ; j ; 'i't; '::':; <' ;
in peace; mind will, be ripe for the opening of a -'.. ,,'. .,.. ,. ,. ,
'one corner of the carriage, whichwas graphed next day to Mr. Larkspur and Mr. Presidential campaign which, it is safe to MILLINERY 1 1AT -.t ,. 1.. "i-Z #Jo''t': n him "'l ..fR' ft.:1.figJ :
in waiting in the stable-yard? than Mr. Allerton, and repairing ,to the Red Cow. say, will exceed in warmth any of its predecessors ................................-.............................. "<" ." ...", : :...;., }... ...fh7..)... '
since, 1860. The meeting of the I ]...' '". ,. .,
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denounced Thomas Jellicoe
incontinently slumbered. The furiously, Sir. J. 'tb. ;., ;
Griffiths .
Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the -
carriage; was then driven round to the front as the basest and most heartless of men. 2d of January, and the reassembling of the .a., .,. ... ..d.,'.

door of the hotel Miss Marrable, from her Three weeks afterward, however, the edgeof Baltimore City Council later in the same: KLWSBAZARHATS ,!,
f :
her had Lucy and month, will prove also events of engrossing
of vantage, saw it, and, remarking that anger worn off. Amy I :
post interest.: But supposing the existence of a ,
the coachman wore a white choker, de- were married. It was foolish! but, perhaps, citizen'concerned about none of these things, I .,.

ended at once, and listened, as, she went, it was not wholly inexcusable ; and thus still he will 'need to read The Sun for news ;-,'''*
!o> .\m1S' room, to satisfy herself that reasoning. Miss Marrable, in the goodness of of the thousand and one other events of BONNETS, RIBBONS, -,; ,:,':,;_'>"l(. I ,

outside her heart determined receive interest that go so far to make up the cur- ..
lady !had not forestalled her. to gradually
that vollng rent history. of the -world. The period is
The porter with alacrity opened the carriage them back into her favor. But she has one of rapid movement, and the citizen who "'.,0>',;'., .1" ,,"" '.{., .

the dark shadows of the interior never wholly forgiven Lucy for suggestingthe does not take paper' is sure to be left be- ,, .. "" .._, ',-i.; -,"." -t"" ,
door. In A'Full Line of Elegant Lace and Mall Fielms .. :. ..
: .
Marrable caught sight of the figure of a substitution of the billiard-marker for hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora "
Miss paper, now is the time, before the actorson
wan and making sure that all ,was right, Vivian, Jellicoe. the world's stage during the year 1884 CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS. '"

she entered at once. An instant later she :My dear." she says, when she retells have: taken their places and begun to play ,- .,". -, .. .- ,

being whirled northward along the the story of her drive to Harlecli, "the their parts. When it becomes a question of Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, .
was wretched saturated with securing a reliable newspaper which will
man was perfectly
Harlecli Road. contain nil the news, succinctly expressed
lIalf an hour afterward two other- carriages whisky, and I really don't know what he and fairly reported, the proper course to All of the Latest Styles.

left the hotel, but in an opposite might not have done if I hadn't kept my pursue is plain : take The Sun. .

direction. In one of them were Lucy and eye steadily upon him. But beneath my FANS, PARASOLS. CORSETS, THE FLORIDA ,-

llhu kS. and in the other Amy and Mr.Jilikoc. gaze he cowered.:my dear, positively cow- THE SUN,
It was nearly midnight ere they ered I never saw a savage brute so completely Published daily except Sunday. Hoop Skirts I and Ladies': Underwear. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.A

Browns' house at Llanyltid tamed." rpOWN ::
arrived at the ; THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE.
the r.rowns were nil up and waiting for And to this day Miss Marrable believes -t.4-4- t}
but -+H'-M I-I I it I i ::--f-: i i : I : i-fi--Fi--I i : I i \ \ -- Fernandina,
them, and the two runaway couples were that but for her eye the billiard rker Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably I J

warmly wel co IJ: ell and hospitably taken might-horrid thought !-have run away Cash in \'ancc-Posttge Free: i SUMMER: GAMES. J Towns on R. R. IJne. '"

care of. with her too.-Chamber's Journal. One Year...........$0.00 One Month.....30 Cts. tr r : i 1 1 : I 1 r I i 1 i i i I II 1 tt-f- And Cedar Key.

Mi>s )ruble was::! less fortunate. As soona --- --, ------ Six Months....._ 3.00 I Three Weeks..33 Cts.

the carriage in which she sat had been Traveler's Guide. Four Months.... 2.00 I Two 'rceks...:';j Cts. Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, .
Three Months.... 1.50 \\.c'k..13 Cts. :
bey( /nd the lights of the town, she .
TRANSIT &: PENINSULAR KAII.ROAD. Two :Months...... 1.00 I
threw vide her veil, and gazed with magnificent Day Passenger Train leave*- SINGLE COPIES by mail..A..3 Cts MARBLES, KITES, ETC. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

scorn toward the dim form upon the !. For Cedar Key and Wild wood, and -ALSOLarge -

scat in front of her. The look eliciting no all points on Transit Road....... 7.20 a. m. THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. number of the most eligible and desirable
Grass: Hammocks and Express Wagons:
For Savannah and all points North

response of any kind, Miss Marrable ventured and West................................ 7.20 a. in. A Newspaper Giving-Week's Events in Lots, suitable for Business :Purposes, or for t
to cough, at first gently, and then (connecting at Callahan.) Compact Shape.

with considerable violence; but still the For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all -- KING'S BAZAR, City or Suburban Residences,
points on the Florida Central it
took notice.
figure Western Railroad...............:. ... 7.20a.m. $1.00 : $1.00 Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. UPON EASY TERMS.[
This is exceedingly strange, thought the (connecting at Baldwin.)
TERMS-Invariably Cash in Advance.
spinster! lady. 1'1 must adopt more active Day Passenger Train arrives Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

measures.:' And with great tenderness sheprol.1ed From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and States and Canada. O. S. CAKES

Griffiths with the of all points on the Transit Road... 3.50 p. m. .- in
) :Mr. point parties engaged manufacturing or Indus-
From Savannah and all points in

her umbrella. The billiard-marker groanedin ; the North and West................. 3.50 p. m. ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER rial who
I enterprises, will erect on the -
his: sleep. Mr. Jellicoe I" she exclaimedin From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and -- j ,. j.
all points on the Florida Central 1884. Premium Copies 1834. .
and most threatening tones.
her deepest purchased substantial
) fc Western Railroad................. 3.50p.m. to Getters Up of Clubs .Manufacturer. of
She had counted upon this exclamation pro- For the Baltimore Weekly Sun."
Night Passenger Train leaves for residence, or in which to conduct their
ducing an instaneous a\id\ astonishing For Cedar Wildwood and all ,
and she Key, Five Copies......................................$ 5.00
upon} her companion, was woefully points on the Transit Road....... GAO p. in. business.
of the
With extra
ilisippointed when he merely groaned again. For Savannah and all points North ,

< and West................................ 0.40 p. In. one year. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
"Gracious! she:> said to herself; 'heisill. (connecting at Callahan.) TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS,

." For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all With an extra copy of the WeeklySun by exemption for a term of years from
lIe would never go on like that if he were points on the Florida Central & one year, and one copy of the NEWEL POSTS; STAIR RAILINGS.

not ill. The fright has been too much for Western Railroad..................... G.40p.m. Daily Sun three months. taxation, offered by the several cities and

(connecting at Baldwin.) FIFTEEN COPIES........................... 15.00
him. Oh, how sorry I am These men arc STAIR and CHURCH WORK SPECIALTY.
Night Passenger Train arrives With an extra copy of the WeeklySun :a towns. Apply to
such weak creatures. I must stop the car- From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and one year, and one copy of the CHAS. W. LEWIS,

riage!" And, throwing down the sash of all points on the Transit Road... 8.25 a. m. Daily Sun nine months. Elevations and Floor Plan, with\ esti- Fernandina.

the window, she put out her head and criedto From Savannah and all points in THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 mates, furnished at reasonable rates. Office cor. Beach &7th sts.
the North and West........,........ 8.25 a. m. With an extra copy of the WeeklySun
horses. But the
the driver to his
up ;a--Orders by mail promptly attended to.
From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and and one copy of the Daily Sun ,
driver like the billiard-marker, had been all points on Florida Central & one vear. Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 .-?--.":,

liberally feed, and he was determined that Western Railroad..................... 8.25a.m. .... ,. ...'..,.. ', ,
.. .
--' -- ... .IIi.---:"'" > (-t::" v
nothing should stop him until he reached FERNANDINA &: JACKSONVILLE R. R. Getters up of Clubs will find the above' !
Harlecli ; he therefore cracked his whip to Train leaves daily, except SundayFor -

drown Miss Marrable's voice, and drove Jacksonville... 9.50 a. m. and GOO p. m. terms the most liberal that can be offered by TRAVELERS >
Train arrivvcs daily, except Sunclay-
down the next hill at a pace which threat- From Jacksonville..8.50 a. m. and 5.00 p. m. --,
ened to shake the carriage to pieces. Smdaonly- a First-Class Family Journal.

For Jacksonville ........................ 5.00 p. m. New Montgomery Route "
For goodness'sake !
Stop Stop stop From Jacksonville ...................10.25 "
a. m. SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts.
shouted Miss :Marrable, but finding that her
words were not listened to, she drew in her -' ,

head and strove to revive the wretched From Steamer Savannah St. Nicholas, via Montgomery, Tuesday,, The safest method transmitting money GEORGIA & FLORIDA IXLAXD STEAMBOAT CO. .,

man in front of her. She held her salts- Thursday and Saturday............ 0.00 p. m.

bottle to his nose, she chafed his hands, she For Savannah via Montgomery, by mail is by check, draft or post-office
Steamer St. Nicholas, Sunday, A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE

fanned his brow, and she allowed his feverish Wednesday and Friday............ 9.00 a. m money order. BETWEEN ..,.-.,
head to rest upon her shoulder, but she From Savannah,by the Bridgeton, -

could] not awaken him. Tuesday and Friday................. G.OOp. m. Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers. FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH.
For Savannah steamer of
by City
"If he should die !" she I intended SUN IRON BUILDING,
thought. -- H
Bridgeton, Tuesday Friday 0.00 p. nt Baltimore, Md. ..
to frighten him, but not so much as MALLORY LINE. -. The Steamer St. Nicholas .

this. Oh this is terrible !" And once more For New York direct, by steam 1 .'
she tried to prevail upon the driver to stop, ships State of Texas or City of !7/

but in vain. The sight of distant lights, San Antonio, Thursday evening............,., "" '-- --' TI..
From New York direct by City of .....
however, gave her at length some satisfac- San Antonio and State Texas,' FiFi r .a I :( ...
tion. The carriage entered long avenue, every Friday........................... 3.00p.m. R.UAjjj] _,-, ':.' --'L. ,I. : ;-_ DOW'SJAMAICA
the gate of which lay ready opened for it ; ST. MARYS RIVER. II I P r A '

and about hour and GINGER CORDIALS
an a-quarter after leav- Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-

ing Abcrmaw it drew up before the Jonesesnear For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday t'QEWfl FERNANDINA EVERY MON- ,

Harlecli. and Friday........................ 2.00 p.m. LEAVES ay and Friday mornings, :NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
For St. Marys and Durigcncss, on on arrival of trains from JACKSONVILLE, but contains all the medicinal proper-
With of relief Miss Marrable
a sigh threw Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. m. ONE CEDAR KEY WILDWOOD. at 9.30, ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
open the door and sprang out, to find her- For St. Marys only Monday and arriving at ::Montgomery G.30 p. m.; con- is very pleasant to take, and

self in the presence of half a dozen people Thursday.................... ............ 8.00a.m. necting there with the City&Suburban Rail-
who were congregrated the steps. Steamer Martha arrives way for SAVANNAH, arriving at 7.10. CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,
From St. :Marys and Crandall, on Leave SAVANNAH every Tuesday,Thursday -
"Quick !*' she cried ; don't ask questions. :Monday and Thursday............. 7.00 a. in. Q' fl9j2d&P and Saturday mornings, arriving at Fer COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC

lie is ill ; he is dying Take him out!1" From St. Marys and Dungeness, nandina at G.oo p.m.; connecting with trains DYSENTERY
The Joneses, who had not been preparedfor on Wednesday and Saturday..... 1.00 p. in. for Jacksonville, Cedar Key and Wildwood. ,

the apparition of From St. Marys only, Monday and -- PAINS in the Stomach: and Bowels,
a middle-aged spinster
Thursday........................... ..... 2.00p.m. .
and who were expecting: Jellicoe! and L i The Steamer David Clark: and MALARIA, by warming and stimulating -
---- ------ --
Miss Allerton, were somewhat astonished. i the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy-
MIGHTY INTERESTING TIE\DIXG.-From Fernandina Tuesday and
Will leave every
Who is inside ?" asked :Mr. Tom Jones, the 1st of January, 1SS4, to the 1st of Jan- Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and action. Sold by PALMER BRO'S

the !son and heir of the family. uary, 1SS5, we are to have an interesting Darien, arriving at Savannah. the' following Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.
"Oh Mr. Jellicoe! Be quick Formercy's succession stirring events of which everyone morning.
will wish to hear. Two military cam- Leave Savannah every Monday and Thursday _ZST Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA
sake, be quick !I" paigns are at present in progress-that of El evening, arriving at Fernandina the following GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
"You don't mean it !1" cried Tom, rushingto Mahdi i in the Soudan and of the French in .. f, day.Through without pepper. 22

the carriage to succor his friend. But an Tonquin-both of which are approachingthe '- ;; ,- ..':;. tickets sold to New York, Phila
instant! critical point. The next session of Parliament {;.!..: '.. Boston, and Baltimore. .. .
later delphia.
he burst into a violent fit of Or. : .;s::: : y.,: : :/ .'
is to be marked, acording to the announced :For tickets and state-rooms, apply to '
laughter. Why, it's not Jellicoe at all !" of Mr. Parnell by bitter u :: TUCKER : >. { ; :r" .
purpose a ;; \V. B. Agent. ; ' < ;'flt.11-:; : : /
he !':lh\. It's Griffiths, the billiard-marker struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel ; J 5itfltl Office foot of Centre Street, -

from the <... rs--Gedol; and he is hopelessly their English and Scotch colleagues to con- I )( Oft'S: Fernandina. :Fla.J. ,.,. .

'h'unk.\ Nicetompanion: indeed !" cede to Ireland some measure of homerule.In Ii.i. ;': 5tf. C MERCIER, ., .' ,. ..' .,
default of this Mr. Parnell to \ \ ou; .
promises General Passenger Agent.J. ,
Mi t ,s Marrable i is as I have already said a his : t !:. F1 :: \ : ... <
employ following to so obstruct the n." !'!- 0 N. IIARRIMAN, Manager.OFFICES ; ? ;,; .. "1i-,
w"man without transaction of business to IY't
weakness. On hearing this parliamentary as -. : '
-i r.
: render the of Irish members at St. ':\ ,U. Jacksonville Fla. ..
announcement presence : Corner Bay and Ocean Sts., ,
however, she fainted away. ::=;:;;: :1).:
When thanks Stephen's intolerable. This programme insures ",;; ,__ ,'1 _- "'" \" Bull and Congress Streets.......Savannah, Ga
to the kind attentions of the
a succession of exciting scenes in Par- =-E i '
sr.c- .. _
;;= : '
'male members of the Jones' family, she liament. The new reform bill which Mr. _\.= -

"idijmautly charged those estimable people Gladstone proposes to carry during the session = ::, _i. Lost, or Stolen .' -, .

with having: her iscom- of 1S84, will also doubtless excite From the' residence of Mrs. II. Peterson, ,,
deliberately plotted "
"ture. general interest in the United States, as well a black silk umbrella, with letters II. S. '

and she insisted on at once returning as throughout the British empire. Vastly L." engraved on handle. ..\ suitable reward r .,
Abermaw, but the carriage sand Griffiths) more interesting to American readers will be "fECT RTIGULA"; will be paid for its delivery at the MIP.EOR .

had Kone ; so Mr. Jones, Senior, who had the discussion to take place Washington O r' Pli NEVER office. .
within the next few months over our own ... I Eo.'l Dissolution of Partnership.
gasped the situation, volunteered to drive reform bill. The Republican members of. r tf N EV OUTor ORDER. FIRM KNOWN AS THE FIRM OF ,

Marrable back to the Cros-y-Gedol the present Congress are opposed to tariff )1As No EQU HOTEL IN NEW YORK.Persons THE John O'Donald & Sons. at Callahan, "

II ot.el l, and by twelve o'clock, or shortly reform. The Democrats, it is said, are Nassau.County, Florida. will henceforth be _;,

afterward, she 1 was again in I her own room- divided, the'majority of them favoring, the NrwH JiHGMAcii HG visiting New York for health businessor known as the firm of Constantine and Ed- '"
minority opposing it. Which will get the first-class accommodations at purchased the
It Wa then s>s pleasure will find ward O'Donald, they having "
that she learned.of the desertion hand? Will the high-tariff: Democrats in the stock of ,
of upper ; ::UILLJo. ,'S HOTEL. Location central, near interest of John O'Donald
Lucy :and Amy. I need not describe. how cooperate with the Republicans to maintainthe 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK. elevated and horse cars. Nice rooms, excellent merchandise in the store at Callahan '

she Reived the news, and how she declared present absurd law ? Or will the Demo- v \CAJ o o RAND F P \.AN14 table, moderate prices; Turkish, Electric and CONSTANTINE O'DONALD.
that j her crats act together, and send'a reform tariff ILL. MASS. 6A. EDWARD O'DONALD.
abandoned 1 DR. E. F.:3IIIXEK >
nieces should baths. Address
neveragain bill to the Senate which the Senate will decline EOR-SALEBY Roman Callahan, Fla., April 15 188-1.
behold her face; nor that, although i to pass?, Every step of the struggle and 41 West Twenty-Sixth St., New York. ,I,


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:::1 THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MAY 17,! 1884.i.a .


s THE: FLORIDA MIKKOit. merce. If the ':announcement were matfe! I MR. HI SB EL'S .EXPLANATORY. give so insufficient a reason for ducts go 150 miles further to a seaport '

4r eta to-morrow that the channel. .across her chan LETTER. thrusting'himself forward to depriveall in a neighboring State, insteadof
t GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR.! nel across her bar had been deepened tenteet' We from the Florida
republish their
the rest of his district not directly pursuing natural channel to
it is probable that not a single additional -
Subscription, 92 per ;year; six months, SI. vessel would seek l her harbor duringthe Herald of the 13th Mr. Bisbee's replyto interested in the improvement of St. their own seaport ?

I Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor. year. On the other, hand, if the announcement General Sanford's t statement.11 :Mr.. John's bar of the advantages to be The steamship: 'Tallahassee, fur New York.

4 RATES OF ADVERTISING. could be made that a channel Bisbee's letter is in his usual style of derived by a deep-water' harbor at yesterday had( among her cargo :3 refri"era-

had been secured across the St. John's bar assertion and he indulges l in sneers tors and 12 boxes of fruit and Sao barrels
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for.ea.ch the entrance of the Cumberland
as deep as that wliicli: Fernandina already aml4,373.crates of vegetables from the
subsequent insertion. and of General Sanford.;' Florida -
depreciation and
Sound unattainable elsewhere
Lids, the of Jacksonville would be ,
Special local notices, 15 cents a line. commerce fruit and vegetable growing districts
i Reading notices, 25 cents a line. c doubled within a year and quadrupled It is unnecessaryy for us to remind holding back all the great interestsof The first vegetable truck over the Savannah

,y' Special rate for time advertisements upon application within two :years. We submit that it is a the citizens of the Second District of the interior of peninsular Florida, :Florida & Western Railway since the line

at the office. sound principle of governmental economyto the relative services of Mr. Bisbee was extended to Gainesville, Fla., left
C t and in fact the whole State, while an that .
Communications upon all matters of local interest expend money where it is needed, and iri city in charge of Conductor A. T. Sheftall
and the
General Sanford
solicited from all parts of the county and from where the resulting benefits will be immediate promotion experiment being carried on, under last Thursday morning at 11:45: o'clock
1. along the lines of Florida railways.All and great.-Times-Union. of the prosperity of Florida. adverse natural influences,to increasethe was taken in charge by Conductor Deuiere

"t .. should communications be addressed to Intended the Editor for; all publication business The Times-Union is very poor authority General Sanford's work speaks ,for depth of water at the St. John'sto at Waycross. and reached this city Friday

., letters simply to TIlE FLORIDA MIRROR. in the matter of predictions, itself. Whatever comparison is made an equal depth now existing at morning. The vegetables were shipped

.4r judging from its past failures. If it ,,'ill110t be to disadvantage. of Fernandina. from Leesburg and other points on the Florida
I MAY '17 Southern Road south of
SATURDAY, 1884. Gainesville
r feet of could be added to General Sanford. ,
f ten water Upon the same reasoning Pensa- and on their arrival here were promptly

TIlE UNJUST DISCRIMINATION the depth of Fernandina bar it is For the present we propose onlyto cola should receive a smaller appro- taken from the train, which had been run

".; AGAINST FLORIDA PORTS. self-evident that Savannah would no consider what Mr. Bisbee has to priation than Apalachicola, be- around Savannah to the Ocean Steamship

;. :' The River and Harbor Bill, as re- longer ship the products Qf Florida, say in reference, to ,the t, improvementof cause she already has more water. Company's wharf, and loaded<< upon the
ported to the House does great injustice and State would the advantages entrance Cumberland Sound steamship Nacoochee. sailed on Friday -
; : I our enjoy : Smyrna bar should receive more afternoon for New York, reaching that

.,:'\',:. to Florida, and especially to i of a commerce now diverted As to Cumberland Sound, the committeeof than St. John's, because she has less city this morning in time for the delivery of

', ::;t this harbor. We did not ask and from her simply and solely because the Fort '- -jxth and Forty-seventh Con- water. the vegetables to the forenoon markets.A .

did not that discrimination gresses adopted the view at iny suggestion, second train of five cars left Gainesvilleon
expect any she has harbor in to
,; } no equal depth I What is proposed at St. John's bar
: sixteen feet of'
. : : that inasmuch! as there was Friday morning, and its freight was
,'( ; ,f'r. would be exercised in our favor.. Savannah. We ventured the pre- water at the Fernandina bar, and but ten is to obtain 15 feet of water at low transferred to the steamship Tallahassee on

}r i I ivsi. it We certainly expected that none diction that if the jetties at St. and a half at St. Johns, that common jus- tide. What is proposed at Fernan- Saturday. A third train of the same number -

,'':'i would be made against us. What John's should eventually attain the tice required the larger appropriationsshould dina is to get 21 feet of water at low of cars left Gainesville on Saturday
: the facts? << be given to the latter. The present morning at 7 o'clock and at 6:30 o'clock
:1 are depth estimated for, not a single tide. With the latter depth. Florida
River and Harbor Committee have adoptedthe yesterday morning had been unloaded
... ; : i
; of Charleston
: : : ; For port an estimate -
of Florida
: ':. I'" cargo products now ship- same view, and I urgently urged themto. will have one port which can compete completed the cargo of the steamship Tallahassee -

;". .: .("i.f l was made for $755,000. She ped at Savannah would go out over with Savannah. With the which left the wharf at that hour.

." ,:t 1'' receives in the bill reported the St. John's bar, and this simply When it is remembered that vessels are' former only, she will have two ports, Thus in three days fifteen car loads'! of Cen-

... ; r .$250,000, being 33 per cent. of the because neither the St. John's bar nor not detained from going.E. .out, to sea or into neither of which can compete with tral Florida grown vegetables and fruits
Fernandina from insufficient water, and have passed through this city. The first
j ; ,:w : estimate. the St. John's river up to Jacksonville that at times from six to twelve are detained.at Savannah. It is to this broader and five car-loads were in the fields in the vicin-

: \' ,,!l.1 For Savannah an estimate of I would afford the depth required the St. John's bar. I think any fair- higher aspect of the question we invite i ity of Leesburg last Tuesday afternoon and

.. ':;' :'t '. $530,000 was made, less than,for our I for a commercial port. minded man, even a citizen of Fernandina, :Mr. Bisbee's attention. Whetherhe Wednesday morning, and will this morning
i. .Af'; desires all sections of his State have been delivered to the markets in
I ; She receives $150,000 being who to see New
''' port. The experiment can be easily broadens his vision or not to takeit '
I At York. The other car-loads
f, prosper, will affirm that was right. any ten are expectedto
: .-, about 30 per cent. of the estimate. tried, for with $250,000 the inland rate this is my 'udbgnieiit, and I shall stand in, it is quite certain that the reach the North to-morrow.

.: :' \ For the entrance of Cumberland passage from the St. John's to the by it, unless stronger reasons can be urgedto people of the State and of the Second

; '.:'" .f1i Sound an estimate of $600,000 was mouth of the St. Mary's can be change my views than an unworthy local District will view the question in its COL. BAYNE, of Pennsylvania, a

: ,)f made by the Engineer Department, opened, and Jacksonville will then jealousy. true light.FLORIDA'S. shrewd Blaine calculator, predicts

: ,.' and the committee report only $75- have all the advantages which a The Chief of Engineers in his re- that this will be the vote for his

.$' 000, or just twelve and a half percent similar depth of water on the bar port had estimated that the sum of CONTRIBUTION TO favorite at Chicago:
!. of the estimate. would give. $600,000 could be judiciously expended BALLOT. it;; EOXDFIRST
As the amount of the whole billis in the improvement of the EXPORTS, May H.-Pel'steamship Tallahassee I .!;: B.\LLO.!,_
: admit that Jacksonville !
We cheerfully I
FY' ,for New York-193 bales upland cotton, 2 ": t; ';;1':::
about 30 cent. of the entrance of Cumberland Sound during ..: ..: :::: ._.:I c:: ,':::is. Rq ;
\ .;,:',':.; per engineer in spite of its natural disad- refrigerators fruit, 41 bales domestics and .-::; -s E::: c::I:t:::: '" 11.:.\ .:-:;
} > estimates it is evident that the vantages has become by the enterprise the current year. He also yarns, 559: bbls. rice, 312 bbls. rosin, 40 bbls. .1.:.:."VNv I& ,..;..,.;..:.:.,'"' 'I,I :r:;:
: :::. :::::1\I:: \
bbls. and 4,373 crates vegetables, 55 pkgs. Pennsylvania.. 5U 51.\ .. ... ....... ... 5a:, ro,
: : ,have exercised favoritism by taking prosperous. But even they cannqt could be expended on St. John's bar. mdse. Ohio..........-...... ... ... ...,,18. .. 46
the Illinois_............. 4... .. ... 40 ... ...I..I! .Ii
: k from one place its proportion and make a commercial port when na- His reports showed that by con- EXPORTS, :May 13.-Per steamship City of Indiana .....?...... :::01.., ....... ........ ...,1,?I 311)I
........_..... ... ... ... KI
Iowa .2b' j
at 'I
it to another. Take struction of the the water ? ? ? !
: arbitrarily giving ture denies the conditions. She is an jetties Augusta, for New York-259 bales upland 1.lichigan........., 20... 4.f........ ... ... 21
could be cotton, 427 bbls. rice, 136 bales upland cot- Massachusetts... 5 Z1 ....... ... ...,.21' 15;
for instance Savannah has Fernandina bar deepened
,', .. .. ceivcd large appropriations to 28 feet and at Si :John's: bar to 19 ton, 427 bbls. rice, IX bales domestics and Wisconsin- .......... 12\\12 ... ... ... ... 101",
I' very is not a commercial port. 332 bbls. rosin feet lumber 8 New Jersey_...... 181....... ... ... ,.. 1 IS
102,507 ? ?
''E''rrl'w hitherto and her river has been feet. So far the Engineer Department California......... !... ... ... ... ... ... ... hi
1- ; !t The argument of the Timcs-Union as bales paper stock, G2 bxs. fruit, 2 bales wool, Maine ............... 16..;,... ... ... ... .... .... ... 12
rt _......_. ... .... ... ... ... \
that of tons concerned preference Nebraska 9. In
: deepened so ships 3,000 was no : bbls and crates 155 .'" ..
: .;' :::, amounts to nothing more than the 2,058 5,994 vegetables, Connecticut ...... ... ....... ... ... ... ... ... 12
k; can come to her wharves. She shipsf fact that in the amount of the estimate asked pks. merchandise. Minnesota......... 8,... .? ... ... 12... 6 I; It
: assertion of the undisputed
: Rhode Island_... ... ... ... ... 4'I' 8
}: -f : not only her own products but also is than for was given to one improvement We commend to the attention of Vermont............. .41"1'"8... ... ... ... .... 8
:; Jacksonville larger city
a Colorado.......... 6 ... ... ... ... ... \ 6
? "' '"
,'Hi .: the products of Florida with great Fernandina. There time more than the other. The River and the Florida press the above commercial Nevada_.......?... G....... 1.? ... ... ... G
.. was a .',. ... ...
Oregon _............ 61" ... !! I.
: advantage to herself. She receives Harbor Committee having before items from the Savannah News. New Hampshire 2:... 6..1!; .1
.; ..; 4 within our memory, when St. Augus- Territories _...... 121... ...1... ...\... ...14'', 12
:,{;', : $150,000 for further work on her tine was much larger than Jacksonville them) the report of the Chief of En- In three days 10,367 crates and 3,000 '--\----- ;.
il Total ......-.I 317:32,5,43118112,10: ; 2.i I 4i_
: : port while the only competitive port and there was a time when gineers placed in their draft of bill barrels of vegetables were shippedto
The other candidates tables -
: ;t J in Florida receives but $75,000. Boston and Philadelphia were an equal sum of $100,000 for each. New York from that port by give no
at all. This will be good to
!,: What was the reason? Undoubtedly larger than New York. This was about 16 per cent. only on' steamships, of which nearly all came one
;l:., !\'i; r; because Georgia's Representatives Our commercial reports the present the amount of the estimate. What from Florida. They went to Savan- recur to, early in June. .
--- '
r' ...1 1 and Senators interested them* week show that our commerce did Mr. Bisbee, the representative of nah because her enterprise and her Ex-PiiEsiDENT DAVIS has been

: her behalf: Has the Representative the Second District do? What he commercial facilities and her
.t;, sever on is increasing, 8,000 crates of vegeta- deepwater made the executor of Gen. William

; 'f':.l from the First District bles form a single item of exports. should have done was to labor to in- obtained at the expense of the Browne, of Georgia, with a legacyof

t::t,*:.' ; been successful in guarding the amount to her the
equally appropriated
.r'-J:*v One hundred cargoes of railroad; crease government, gave carrying $ OOOOO, to himself.

.: :. :. the commercial interests of this iron will be delivered at our docks each to the average of 30 per cent., trade which belongs to Florida. Is
Ii V State? within the ensuing twelve months. which the total amount to be appro- it not worth while to secure at least Post-Office Notice.

J 3 :j The amount estimated for the two A tri-weekly line of steamships con- priated bore to the total estimates of our own trade for our own ports ? Office Hours-From 8:00: A. is!. to GOO: p. '1.

c Atlantic ports ,of Fernandina and nect us with New York, either director the Engineer Department, which 1 Are not the people of the interior Sunday Money hours Orders, 10:30 and A.Registered M. to 11:30 Letters A. '1.from

i4:. i St. John's was $1,200,000. The via Charleston. A line, nearly would have given $180,000 to each. counties interested in promoting the 8:00 A. 1to 1:00 P. )[.; and from 2:00 P. M\

I :', ,'amount placed in the bill originally daily, of steamers connects us with What he did do was to go before export of their products by water to 3:30 P.M.ARRIVAL.

<> Ftr was $100,000 to each, or sixteen anda Savannah. The whole trade of the the committee and urge that the routes. If the depth of water at AND DEPARTURE OF THE MXILS.

half per cent. of the estimate. peninsular Florida not on the St. amount to be appropriated for the Fernandina permitted equally large Transit <&< Peninsular Railroad-
Arrives daily except Sunday:....... 4:00 p. M.\
The amount eventually reported was John's river comes either to Fernan- interests of the city of which he steamers with Savannah the freighton Brings mails from the North,the

I, t : $225,000, or a little over eighteen per dina or Savannah, and in lieu of claimed to be a residents should be fruit and vegetables could and Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
r t : f 4, cent., and by a rob Peter to pay the ,7000 square miles bordering the increased at the expense of the already would be reduced one-half. It is Closes daily except Sunday........... 6:00: A.)[.

Paul" urged by our own the fruit-growers and truck farmers Takes mails for the North, the
process St. John's river, at least 15,000 square unequal allotment to Cumber Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -

K Congressional representative, Mr. miles border the railways terminating land Sound, which is the existing who are mainly interested in the roads.Leesburg .
l train arrives daily......... 8:30 A. M.
receives double
s' Bisbee, St. John's here. Gen. Gillmore's estimatefor outlet for one-half of the populationof question. Brings Western mail only.

'l ,l x { the amount given to Fernandina. St. John's bar is not 22 feet as the State. He urged, he admits, MOVING---THE--- TRUCK.- -- Fernandina <&< Jacksonville Railroflll-

:.. If Mr. Bisbee is of the opinion the Times-Union puts it, but 15 feet that the St. John's bar should be in- Arrives daily except Sunday........ 8:50: .\.31.\
information contained in the Brings the Jacksonville and St.
{ 1't that Florida ports do not need more at low tide with a tidal rise which creased and Fernandina bar de- John's river mails.
subjoined statement of the Savan- ......_ o.00I.31.\
than 16 feet of water to accommodate Arrives daily except Sunday
gives but 19 feet at high water far creased that should 25
; one get percent Brings mails same as above.
nah News of the 12th is full of inter-
a few lumber vessels, and that below tHe necessities a commercial and the other 12* per cent. Closes daily except Sunday......... 9.00A.M.;
est to the people of Florida. It Takes the Jacksonville,John's
i 4. its great and increasing commerce port now requires. only of the amount of the estimate. River and Northern mails.

,. should go to Savannah, then his reasoning Nothing the Times-Union impairs shows in a strong light the efforts Closes daily except Sunday........... :5:30 p. 31\ .
pf. says What reasons does Mr.Bisbee give? and the success of the Savannah, Takes the Jacksonville,St.John'sriver
is correct But if Florida is
t q our contention that the State this Northern and Western mails.
: Simply : Florida & Western Railroad in con-
entitled to stand upon an equal needs a deep-water harbor and thatit "
; That inasmuch as there u'aslG feet the Sunday -
commercial footing with Georgia all reasonable trolling carrying'of Florida pro- and St. John's River,
can to appearancesbe water at the Fernandina bar and but ducts. Let take a of arrives....................................10:25 A. M.
and her sister States, then Mr. Bis- only attained at Fenandina.The anyone map Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. M.\
105 at the St. John's that common justice
t' bee should have looked to the larger Florida and observe the existing Jacksonville, St. John's River and
comments of the ,Timc-s-Union required the large appropriations shouldbe routes of the North, closes....................... Goo .\.31.
transportation. Taking
Mi interests of the State instead of the as to the relative growth of the two Jacksonville and 'St. John's River
local interests of the place of his given.to the latter." Gainesville as a central point : By only, closes.............................. 4:00: Y. 31.
cities irrelevant to the at
are point That citizen of Jacksonville SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. )[.
t'r residence. : a rail to the sea at Savannah, by Live

strongly interested in its prosperityand Oak, Savannah Florida& Western
--- -- --- issue.WE Wood, Wood.
{ l <. > THE BAR IMPROVEMENT. are in receipt of the Indian growth should give such a reasonwe Railroad, the distance is 248 miles. Having recently established a WoodYardnear

River Sun a new four-page weekly understand but Duryee's mill, provided with all the
I 1 THE TRUE ISSUE EVADED BY THE TIMESUSIOX. can readily we From Gainesville, via Callahan and and splitting
machinery sang
." published at Rockledge, Brevard cannot understand how a member Waycross, to Savannah is 223 miles.
'1 y As to the relative claims of Jacksonville county, by W. B. Smith. It is very FIRE-WOOD, ,
1i of all the in-
Congress representing From Gainesville direct to the
sea at Wood,
di and Fernandina upon government aid, the neatly printed and well gotten-up I am now prepared to furnish Oak
a t truth is this: Fernandina already has all generally, with. an abundance of terests, all'the communities all the Fernandina. is 98 miles. sawed to any lengths,for either LOAD.stove or fire-
"' ,. i the depth of water required by her comM news items. .I population? of his district, should Why, then, should Florida pro- place, J. A. .
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pOWDERAbsolu Dress Goods, Silks, Satines, Lawns, Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White Goods.Laces .

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FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and In sertings-A ,

1WDER Aevcr' varies. marvel FULL LINE of the newest patterns. .

:THIS economical purity.strcn tban tli and the wholesomeness.More ordinary kinds,. SILK PARASOLS AND LACE. GOODS, Hosiery, Gloves and, Underwear large stock at bottom prices.

and cannot be sold In competition with the Our Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived, and for style
multitude of low teSt,short weight,alum or
phosphate powders...Sold only in cans. (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' .
35 lOG W&ll Street.New York. Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.
HamburgEdgings Gloves and Mitts.ALSO .
-- .- .--- tr >@'-'Ve are Special Agents far BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

L U('y COTTAGE: A COMPLETE STOCK OF York, leading Clothiers. Suits niade to order and fit guaranteed. .

$e\:,entli. t., near Egmont Hotel, fiST Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing -
FEIIXANDINA., FLORIDA. Gents' Furnishing Goods, elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer,

Offers pleasant; rooms.well furnished,withor ac C -F. I .YYDr7: :
without board ;fable Boarders will be ,
acconimodatod t ; also transient. CLOTHING:: : : : : Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., "
--- -- -"',- l.NEw YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. } FERNANDINA, FLA. !

In the Circuit Court, Nassau BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS; -
Comity, Fla. .
All ,that on"Monday, the ninth dayof _
June,A. D. 1834, I will make applicationto := SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS
tie Judge; of the County Court in and for .
the County of Nassau, at Fernandina, to FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
hare: my Dower assigned and set apart-out -35Y-
,if the land-:. tenements and personal prop-
"rty belonging to the estate of Jackson J.
Pringle,deceased PAUL F U NKE. a-
Widow Jackson J. Pringle, deceased. ,,",
Fcrnanaina, Fla., May: 18, 1884.
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LAUOK extensive yard-room and gardensatt ",;"".,t..<,...,..".
:uhed,on Alachuastreet; suitable for a r.n <*,... V.*'*
''axyc( family or boarding-house. Possession "
,;an he iriven about August' 1st. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS '... .',,. -

facing the bay; has eight rooms, large halls!:,
..iazza..excellent well, etc. -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-

STOIli: ASH DWELLING formerly occupied CITY or1 SAN ANTONIO 1,080 TONS.
by Mrs.Fletcher, on Third street STATE O3T TEXAS, 1,542 TONS
1VIDDE3: :BI' SI .
For terms,etc. CARONDELET, 1,308 'rocs.wESTEItN .
apply. .
Fernandina: :,May 2., 1884. I
Ice rrachinesIce! Machines YORK.
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Have just re-reived an entire new stock in every department, from the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA :FOR NEW YORK .
THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
Headquarters for Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. -

STATE OF FLORIDA, chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
l' Wood .fc: liiiilie's: I-atent.tIr FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED
: is Machine has advantages.
many for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
scud for Circular. Address JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
i for LAKE WEIR.

::3?; Fcrnandina, Fla. Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found; THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

freight,passage rates,and schedules, or further information,apply to
and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .

FOR SALE CHEAP: Pier 20 East River,New York. 51-
10 cents load. JDlIENSE I BABGA.INSrto

From$5 to$16 per 31 ft.,

DI;1wSEI)1.UIIBER, according to quality. be had in Fernandina at the establishment of H.E. DOTTERERINVITES

Orders by Telephone promptly attended to.
WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, ., :* *_* *

Steam Saw and Planing Mill. FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
Office-- foot Centre Street. 8 -IN- :i


Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,


Clathiai ihs, Gun and
Locksmiths, Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.WE SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
Carriage and ShiPsmiths.REIAfluNG .



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'la the.nter.members of the firm being a first-class -FINE[ TEAS AND COFFEES .


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Pleased'uI'crrisio to 11 receive 0.r.Mrs,. Swe1eQe5', who will be 9 ':. MODE BRO'S GOODS Received by Every Steamer.
Public friends:: and the .
eroas generally, Choicest oysters, fish,etc., ".,/ ". ,
tantly -
on hand. tf. 18-ly :;:,%, FERXANDIBTA, FLORIDA. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FEKXANDIXA, FLA. '_

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s '41 ', GENERAL DIRECTORY.. BAKER COUNTY. I Sheriff-A.. B. Crutchtield Ocala. RAILROADS. With Tampa Steamship COll1pan"s 5*

I County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of lares-Henry W. Long. ers for and from Key ""est. Monday ealn_
i ; United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. I Collector of Revenue-.W. F. Trantham, CARD Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee a nd
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Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. I Ocala. TIME day and Friday un-
'u Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb., San- Superintendent .of Scwuls1.: L. Paine, ., For information respecting route r
: i; Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville.Receiver derson. Fort McCoy FLORIDA RAILWAY &XAYIGATM (WAXY. | etc., apply to General Ticket Office rats
Jolin F. Rollins Gainesville. ern .
-Gencral-Malachi Collector of Rct.tnue-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. dina, or to the Compun.s Otlicein ae.sonvrlle.
Martin Tallahassee. Jack.
+ ", Surveyor., derson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. In Effect April 14th, 1884. .
: Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. '


rtti Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Baloney, Jr., ( TO CEDAR KEY.) i
Jarlhal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. West. CENTRAL & WESTERN
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key DIti'I810N
Ninetieth Meridian Time.
(Central, or ) t
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Ret'enue-ason' S. Moreno, (JACKSONVILLE ,:TO CHATTAHOOCHESWESTWARD.
a : INTERNAL' REVENUE Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West. GOING BOUTIt. KIT![*.) 11

t .'. F" Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of S.hool--J. V.'Harris,Key Day Pas. M Pas. ,
No. .,.
Butler. WTes>t. A.M. P.M. Xu. I.
': COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU'COUNTY. Leave Fernandina.................. 7.20 6.40 Accom. 1Iail (
iliI ; John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.50 7.25 Leave Jacksonville! ...... 7.00pm J.a'l> t
S Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of ScJiools-L. B. Rhodes County Judge-Hinton J.- Baker, Fernan ':Arri ve-Callahan..................... 8.38 8.23 Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.10 pm !) t
s l John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Leave Callahan...................... 8.50 9.10 Leave Baldwin! ..!........ 9.00 pm _._allt
BREVARD COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.SheriffJohn' Leave Dutton................. ..... 9.17 9.45 Arrive Lake City...........11.50 pm 10.3E 1.
A. Ellermann, Fernandina. .. Live Oak........... 1.10 anI 1
Leave Brandy Branch........... 9.32 10.02 a 111 11.a)!
M ; State' Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory City Assessor of Tares-Wm. H. Garland, Fer Madison ............ .1.00.1 nt -
Arrive Bald win..................... 1 9.50 10.25 m 1.03
Point.' nandina. Leave Baldwin....................... 9.55 11.00 ". :Monticello........ 5.30am J.55 pp1 1
t; s i ... EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott.' Fer- Leave Maxville....................10.22 11.24 Tallahassee....... 8.00am 3.591)111 II1

: r Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. Leave Highland...................10.40 11.48 Leave Tallahassee." ......_ 8.40am .......
Liel'tenant-Govcmor-Living W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian Superintendent'' of Schooh-I*. W. Higginbotham'Callahan' A.M. ArriveQuincy ......-.10.20am 5.05; I
1l1 Key 'Vest.&crctary na. Leave Lawtev-........................10.55 12.07 Chatta. River12.15 a m *>.!,>Pm, j
.; of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Rctcnue-A. D. Johnston, Or- ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Temple's....................11.10 12.29

w .. lahassec. lando, Orange county.Superintendent County Judge-J. :M. Bergs, Orlando Leave Starke.......................11.3G 12.39 EASTWARD.No.. 4. Xo, '
+M Comptroller j-\V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. of Schools-:M. E. English, Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. 'Leave Thurston................ ...11.48 12.57 .Accom. 1I fail?

t" + t Treasurcrllenry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. I Titusville. Sheriff Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. P.M. Leave Ch 1tt'cll'e River 2.00 p m 103ft4ii;;

;..: w j i AttorneY-jcncral-Georgc P. Mane)., Talla- CLAY COUNT Assessor of Taxes.-James M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo......... ...............12.0S 1.25 Arrive Quincy 0;>.-1.; > pm 11.)3;

r .", hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Reid, Fla.Collector.- Leave Waldo.......................12.20 1.40 Tallahassee........ 5.19pm 1.5f1: ; r1Leave
: ::.., .1 Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. II Park. of Revenue: ,-A. :M. Hyer, Sanford. Leave Gainesville.................. 1.05 2.36 Tallahassee....... 5.45 pIn.. .lnt

Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Leave Arredondo.................. 1.23: 3.00 Arrive Monticello........ 4.50pm 1.5.")i, "
C"'""' 1!: : Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. I Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John ,T. Bceks, Leave Palmer........ ............... 1.35 3.15 -,. Madison ............ 9.-15 pm :)..1.)

?; Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. Leave Archer....................... 1.51 3.35 UveOak..l1.50 pm ;;.:.IIJ pro

;.. .'. 1, ; (ljutant-Gcneral-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Bronson....................... 2.20 4.10 Lake City........... :!.15 am O-'Gnm:! Pn

I I 4 BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.Commissioner T. Collector of Ret'cmie-A. S Chalker. Judge of Prolate B.: Harrison, Palatka. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.57 4.5S Baldwin............ 5.2Uam .V, ;
r /; A.. A. Robinson Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. Leave Rosewood ,................... 3.30 5.44 Leave Baldwin............ 6.00 am PI1t

", i;, ;;L, ;,+,I' see. Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shally. Arrive Cedar Key................. 4.00 G.20 Arrive Jacksonville...... 7.COam !ioOpw) p

1! Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. Woods. GOING NOKTH. Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 d-Jiv!
:, : ..'t!; ) Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-"'. :M. Ivcs, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Day Pas. M Pus. ,: except Sunday."J\
Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake City. Public Schools J."r.. A special train will leave
; : Building, Jacksonville. Superintendent of .\.)[. P.M. Jacksonville!
,, ; .: SUPREME COURT., Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key................... 7.00 7.50 8.45 every morning to make close con'nw.
1 ".f'i.Jm: } I Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood( ................... 7.32 8.30 tion with the Day Pas -cnger Train ou the

: '. h: .: Chief Justice-E.: Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. II. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek................. 8.03 9.10 Transit it Peninsular Division arrivin-. at

\ Associate Justice-J. Wcstcott,jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff( Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson.......... ........... 8.39! 9.50 Baldwin at 9.45 a.m. Returning;, leave lUtwin : l

Ji1I Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Archer....................... !9.07 10.25 at 1.25 p.m., arriving at Jacksonville
,fi:i Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkcnburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, Leave Palmer ........................ 9.23 10.47 2.00 p.m.

... q Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. :McLean, Jack- Perry. Leave Arredondo.......;........... 938 11.07 Only line with SOLID TRUSS Jacksonville
', :::", ; Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. County Trcaurcr-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.45 to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman elec I tics

'I, .!1 CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Arrive Waldo......... ............10.42 12.40 Jacksonville to New Orleans dailv$8r .
t;.: First Oirc Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Ret'C1llte-J. B. Hardee, Perry. A. M. the Take the FLORAL CfrIorTE: ,

'1.1 sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson. Leave Waldo.........................10.52 2.00 NEW SHORT LINE via the FlurkU i:

". ; : Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville. ST. JQII 'S COUNTY. Leave Thurston...................11.13 2.30 Central and Western Division.ST. .

{ ,, ... sec Collector of Ret'Clmefoses J. Brown, Leave Starke........................;11.48 2.47
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. Jacksonville. County Judge-M.. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55 MARK'S BRANCH.
,I : ; : Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine. rl: M. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MXKK'S.)
Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros
: ville. sell Jacksonville. "Ramon Hernandez, St.St.Augustine. Leave Lawtey.. .....................12.17 3.20 Leave Tallaha -s<)c..................... ... S.Wam( ):

.. .. Fifth Thomas P. King, Gaines HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor Sheriff Taxes A. D., Augustine St. Leave Highland.....................12.33: 3.40 Arrive Wakulla............................. 9.05anr:
t of Rogero, Leave Maxville.....................12.53 4.05 Arrive St.
ville. J. Stewart Mark's.......................... V.:03U1::
1c." Sixth Circuit-II. Mitchell: Tampa.' County GICl'k-J.Judge Caldwell-Henry 'Jasper. Augustine.Collector F. Llambias Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.20 4.40 Leave St. Mark's.........................10.("):I.IU

F. 'in Seventh Circnit'V. Archer Cocke, Banford Samuel Altman, Jasper., Jasper. St. of Rel.'Clwe-Joeph:; Leave Baldwin......... ........... 1.25 5.20 Arrive Wakulla.............................lO.:!!.')ale
(;{ .,. Sheriff Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.45 5.40 Arrive ..
Assessor Taxes J. :M. Duncan Sclwols-C. F. Tallahassee, ......................11.:0:: aiu
W! of Jasper. Superintendent of Pcrpall, Leave Dutton......................... 2.00 5.55
;: ., Court Calendar.FIRST Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. :McLeod. St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.28 0.30 CONNECTIONS.At .
Columbia .
t .:1\11 CIRCUIT. Countr.Superintcndent SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 2.35 6.55 Jacksonville
of Schools-J. W. Reed, with Waycross Line tor
:' ; : :4, Fall Term- County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leeslmrg, Leave Hart's;: Road Junction... 3.20 7.50 all points North and East with the Fernan-

,;:-"v1P: Santa Rosa, Monday: in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................. 3.50 8.25 dina & Jacksonville Short;Line for Fernau-

." :$'. Walton, 4th Monday in October. L. Drooks- Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. JJ;S" Day Passenger daily except Sunday; dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
:' .. Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday ville.County Judle-'V. Frierson, Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc.
'1 ? in October. Collector of Ret'Ctllle-Jo eph Hutchinson, At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Peninsular .
Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville.
1' 2d after4th Monday Sumterville. ,
Washington, Monday
Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
.. B. Mickler Brooksville.
Sheriff-J. Superintendent of Schools-A. II. Helven-
in October. DIVISION.
nandina. Cedar
'. Key, and all Gulf Port-:
Assessor laxes R. J. Brooks !
of Bradley,
; \,%irj. Jackson, 3d Monday after. 4th :Monday in ston, Sumterville. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD \IW I EES tnG.) At Live Oak. with the Savannah, Florida,
October. ville.Collector & Western
Ret'ClULC-F.M. Hedich Brooks
1st in December.
Escambia Monday .
M. :M. Blackburn Live Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch
vill County Judge- Pas. A7 Pas.
e.Superintcndcrr.t Day
: : This act amended section 2 of act of February Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
4 10, 1879, and does not change the of Schools-A.\1.: C. Russell, Oak.ClerkRobert P.M. A.M. .
Fort Dade. -- A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Waldo.12.25 1.40

..f ,' Spring Term. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Dixie..........................12.47; 2.10 At Chattahoochee River, with the Piiisa-
THIRD CIRCUIT. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 1.03 2.33 cola & Atlantic Railroad Marianna.: Ten-
Spring Term- after 1st : in County Judge-H. I... Crane, Tampa. Collector of Ret.'entte'Yilson H. Sessions, Leave Lochloosa................... 1.20 2.57 sacola, Mobile :Montgomery, New Orleans
; Taylor, 1st Tuesday Monday Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Welborn. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,
Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28
April.Madison. 2d in Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. o. C. Jones Leave Sparr's......................... 2.00 3.47 and-Northwest,, and with all boats for }!U-
Monday April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa.Collector Live Oak. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 lachicola Columbus and Eufaula.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. of Revenue-Warren A. Givens The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
Gtr. 1st after 4th Monday VOLUSIA COUNTY. Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48
s Suwanee, Monday Tampa. all points West.Through .
';, County -James H. Chandler Enter- Leave Ocala. 3.05 4.45
in April. Schools W.P. Henderson Judge ,
Superintendent of Tickets and Sleeping Car nert1S!
Leave Lake Weir Station. 3.45 5.40
3d : after 4th Monday prise.
Columbia, Monday secured at
Tampa. Company's Depot Ticket Ollice,
Clerk-John W. Dickins Arrive 4.00 G.OO
: t Enterprise.
in April. and at
t Gth Tuesday after 4th :Monday JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. Leave Wildwood................... 4.15 6.51 new office southwest corner of Hay
tr Lafayette, and
_' in April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.55 7.35 Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla.
i Sheriff T. B. Simkins, :Monticello. Cove.
/ Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird Monticello. GOING NORTH. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.\gent.,
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Ret'emlC-P. N. Bryan, Glen A.3I. P.M. Fcrnandina Fix.
Schools-'V. R. ,
k' October. Monticello.Superintendent of Taylor, Cove. Leave Leesburg..................... 6.20 6.00 C. W. )MAXWELL

: Madison, 2d Monday in October. 7'reasurCt.-y.. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.00 G.55 :Master of Transportation,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello.County Mon- Enterprise. Leave Oxford......................... 7.17 7.08 Baldwin, Fix

4' _' Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Collector Rt.1Clme-J. H. Tucker Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40 W. G. COLEMAN,
October. ticello. of County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42 General Traveling Agent.Jacksonville .

t Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wau- Sheriff-Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. Leave Silver Spring.. 8.22 ,Fla.:
3 October. keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Anthony Place............. 8.48 9.28 D. E. :MAXWELL,

o I Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Leave Sparr's......................... 9.00 9.45 General Superintendent
in October. Crawfordville. Leave Orange Lake................ 9.15 10.08 :Fernandina Fla.
_x' l : i FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Tror.slterij'J. County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw- Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45

I Spring Term J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.55 11.15

., h St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. 1 Collector}Revenue-R.C.McMillanCraw-: Leave Dixie..........................10.12 11.35A. ii1"'TIIE NEW STOCI ." ,.
: G' Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.G. RamseyNewTroy. ford ville. M.

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-II. II. Walker, Craw- Arrive Waldo... ..... ............10.3G 12.15
1 1 Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. JjiY-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; a W. ''F. WOOD, Jr., I-IS
'"' Troy.
r I : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Night Passenger daily.F. .
i *vt f Duval, 1st Tuesday in May.Fall Collector of Ret'enuc-Adelbert S..Ackley,
I + Term- Old Town. Professional and Business Cards.E. c Proprietor, } EC

I t St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.

I i' : t J Clay Bradford, 4th,1st Tuesday Tuesday in September.in October. New Troy. LEON COUNTY. LEROY JONES, X.D., (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) > CIrJ >

1 :,t. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. GOING SOUTH.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. SURGEON Leave Fernandina... 9.50 a. in. G.OO p. m. :- a: :
) Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Leave Hart's Road..10.30 a. m. G.29 p. m.
Fourth St. between Centre and
FIFTH CIRCUIT. t Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Arrive Jacksonville.11.35 a. in. 7.20 p. In.
Spring .
i ; ,
r ..a i Sumter, 3d Monday: in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Leave Jacksonville.. 7.30 a. m. 3.15 p. m.

t ': Marion, 4th Monday in March. I Collector of Ret'C71tle-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Calls answered promptly day or night,and Leave Hart's Road... 8.21 a. m. 3.45 p. m.
Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in : hassee. Medicine furnished without extra charge. Arrive Fernandina.. 8.50a.m. 5.00 jr. m. S Sar
fi: Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. *
? Trains
: : March. ] daily except Sunday.
1 Office hours until 8
1 :-a. m. ; p. m. 1 to 2
I Levy, 4th' Tuesday- after 4th. Monday in LEVY COUNTY. and 7 to 8. 22 ly" SUNDAY EXCURSION. : s:

:March. Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.00p.m.
;x s a Alachua,-::1th lIomlayaftcr4th1onda: ) in Clerk-J. :M. Barco Bronson. DR. W. E. SNYDER, Arrive Fernandina..10.25 a. m.

:March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. C> CC >

I 1?' Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. Arrive Jacksonville................... G.25 p. in.
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Re1enten.. Barco, Cedar ifi g
Ul 1 Fernandina TFTS
> -{ [
; Marion, Monday, in October. Key. H ... <<:> ,
+ Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. :Menden- -- CONNECTIONS.AT .

Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Q ::B Cor. Centre & Third. }r S
.. <<:>
4 1' Alachua, 1st :Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. Qi ==
November. ::;. FERXANDINA, FLA.,
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-II. :M. Witherspoon, :Madi H =" With New York and Fernandina Steam- i TIIE NEW STORE.-SK
son. r. ; 02W. ship Line from New York and
Spring Tern-- fl: a 4 on Tuesday, -
l S. A. Parrimore :Madison.
+ Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff- ; for New York on Thursday. .
Volusia, 3d :Monday in February. Clerk-John :M. Beggs, Madison With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- BOOKS AND STATIONERY.

l ,' Brevard,1st Monday\ in :March. :Madison.Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, K. BAI7KXIGHT, nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT --- -. ---.... -
Dade;&Monday: in April. AGENT, CALLAIIAN -
County Treasurer S. S. Smith, :Madison. HORACE DllKW,
Fall Term- WIIOLES.LESD. RETAIL To and from Savannah and Charleston
Collector Ret'Clmen.
of D. Wordsend ,
+ ," Volusia Orange,,_Monday d Monday in in August.September. :Madison. IB UTCHER AND.STOCK DEALER,. and all points North and West, daily.AT Tookscllcr, Stationer,
1+ti Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad: ANDDealer BALDWIN, FLA., Printer and Binder.

f ; Dade, 2d :Monday in November. ison. in Ice To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,

i ,' MANATEE. COUNTY. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, and all points' South. cst.and, Northwest,
'I daily.
County Officers.AI County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, :Manatee. BROOM STREET WHARF, School Books and Orange Wraps
i ; <.\CllU_ Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLAlC ,
Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT NOW A SPECIALITY.
Junius C. Gardner Gaines-
1 County Judge- Assessor of Taxes"". P. Parish, Braden- WILDWOOD. *
+ ;; ville. JAMES JIcGIFFIX,
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilie
i Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash.Collector of El'1cmlc-\Iarip.n. : G. Carlton, / ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, and Tampa daily except Sunday. ;7&J'- Liberal discounts to Teacher and

': Assessor of Taxes-S. II. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools.-Felix J. Seward AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on!
vine.t Pine Level. : Alachua Street, between Second and Third, J'VithIorgan's !.Steamships for Ke-
1 ", Collector of Rcremw-II.C. Denton Gaines-
West and Havana,
t 1 vi le. MARION COUNTY. FERNANDINA_ FLAW : every Saturday: for New

i ',l Superintendent; of Scltools-V. N. Sheats. 1 County Judge Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Orders and estimates from distance carefully Havana Orleans every every Friday Friday;: from from Key New West Orleans and .59 W. BAY STREET,

t ;l' '.: Gainesville Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. attended. to. 25-tf Saturday.. FLA.
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:. ', .. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MAY 17, .1884., ,,;' .J1.. ;:{.,.';,<.. $' .;i-:,t",-.'';:i.....,-:''.._...<,.:,"" > ,,,._.- '.::, .. _:"':' .

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JVC/JOT BOOKSELLERS. 'I and owing, probably) to his profession of tion. Vessels from non-infected ornOll-SUS- :
pected ports'will not be detained
illuminator, he was, admitted the followingyear "

; THE FUT BOOKSELLERS--nowLITEIHRY !I into the corporation of painters. He necessary for the quarantine officer to : :. ,-"r' ". .'
=Ts' himself of
1111: 'or1. their'perfect sanitary con- .EST..A.llLISI.IED 1S7u.
ANNOUNCEMENTS. AND ADVERTJCHMCXTS :' died in 1478, and was buried in the cathedralat dition. Vessels from ports south of 25 'd hqj. !:'" ": ,'. ', '

WIRE CIRCULATED ispvYss Strasburg. where monument was after- north latitude will have to comply with section .: s.t;' hn .h.r'"rl J'l. YEa ; t .,' --
8, be fumigated at' least twice, and de- ... :.:' :;,. :. ..., '.
wards his ,. ., .
OF OLD. erected to memory. It bears the ,! '''' ;; i.iJtj.l; ,
tained at least fifteen days.: to- : jI ;> anHORSEY
reflect the booksellers, before the following inscription, surmounted by, a SEC. 10. The coastwise steamers shall be ; ; '.1t't: 4' :"J t ;."' ,

In one of printing, had a great advan- sculptured printing press : "I repose here allowed to come to 'their wharves and be ',.:;', ,1, :" ;i .. ..

invention could John the of God there inspected the Port Physician, un- .. ,,;...
: those of later days ; they Mentalin who, !Ly grace .f' <:; &
over less otherwise ordered by him, but no CO.moo' .
: personor ,
itavs regulate the.supply by the demand, was the first to invent in Strasburg the freight or baggage shall be landed, nor :,'.

iithont fear of overstocking themselves.romncncing I characters of printing, by means of which a persons allowed to go on board, until permission : i ,; "

small number of will write in than be given by the Port Physician and : ;; ,.
with a copies, man more a day formallyin ; ; ,
if it be found by the Port Physician that .. = PHARMACISTS 1= -
of t.
enabled, in the event an 111- a year. The first work by Lenten bear- .' C h:''' :
they were said, steamers have any sickness or contagious -
: of purchased, to furnish any, additional ing a date is, the voluminous Speculum," disease on board, said steamers shall '.,1 q;t. <. .. ,

1 quantity by the labor of, their} copy- of Vincent de Beauvais, in ten volumes be immediately ordered to the quarantine --'. ..,"* Centre Street,

: even in cases where volumes1s. folio. The publication extended over periodof ground.SEC. : ;. '. '" "to'
? And: 11. The Port Physician is hereby ,
their I bands the parchment I three years, from 1473 to 1476. Even at au- .' ';Jl; "
,,ere left on thorized and required to administer to all FERXAXDIXAFLORJDA.
might 1 stillbe used for another work, as the that time it seems to have been the customto masters of vessels arriving in this port (except -:;, .: ; : I" .

from At the those of coastwise steamers) the oath ,
gcouldreadily effaced its surTl.is circulate advertising catalogues. : ": ]( constantly on hand a fine assort-

w ritif? advantage offered great facilities beginning of the present century, two small prescribed by the National Board of Health. ,.7"\ .. { '-, KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-
lcrfor:; SEC. 12. From May 1st to November 1st of 111:71-,: EIGN and DOMESTICDrug's
removal of a mistaken 1 Latin were discovered contain- ; ,
or each
the correction year, no vessel from an infected or sus- ,,' ,; .
'ord, ing a list of the works printed by Mentell. pected latitude will be allowed to either ., \' );" .' 1 I

profession of bookseller was not at The first of the two is now in the Royal lighter 'or bring cargo of fruit up to the '. "':' '. .- and Chemicals,

The cf the at Paris and is octavo leaf printedon city.SEC. <:. .
that an
copyist library '
distinct i from ; 13. Pilots must in each case, before : "t:
first; : "
writer sold the works which he had trailBribed. one side. All those who wish to buy boarding make inquiry as to .the sanitary con ,7. : ; : :: :<. Hom opathic and Patent Medicines,

Henco the word iilrarins, which J I the Epistles of St. Augustine. Bishop of dition of vessels ; in no case must they boardif I '
the vessel has sickness on board, or has Proprietary and Fancy Goods
designated the copyist, was afterwards applied Hipponium, in which they will find not
same during voyage ; in such cases they
to the vender of books. It appears only all the graces of elocution, but further, must either direct to Sapelo Quarantine Sta- FINE TOILET ARTICLES

that the booksellers of antiquity, in common the explanation of, the most difficult passages tion, lead the vessel in, or have their small ,

( those of the middle ages and of of the Holy Scriptures, etc., are requested boat hoisted alongside clear of the water,
and in this way pilot the vessel in. : SOAPS, ETC.,
accustomed to affix to come to this shop (hospicium),
the present SEC. 15. Each and every person, or each Florida Lands.The
their names: to the works thus published ; where they will find them, as well as the and every vessel or other craft, who or IN GREAT VARIETY.

which it has oftened happened that in following works." Among the authors indicated which shall be found guilty of any violationof .
manuscript the booksellers' name are Virgil, Terence and Josephus., these regulations, or their provisions,
ancient shall, upon conviction, be fined not less than
has:!! been taken for}hat of the author. The second catalogue was found pasted inside $5 nor more than $100, or imprisoned for not Physicians' Prescriptions

The most ancieijjt mention of a trade in the cover of a book in the Royal libraryat less than one nor more than twenty days, Peninsular I carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
both the discretion of the Board
Munich. The style is nearly the same as at of Health.
books among the Creeks is found in Xeno- SEC. 16. In case of the absence or sicknessof reasonable prices.

Jllon, who relates that the Thracians, inhabiting that of the preceding : "Let him who desires the Port Physician, he shall have author- ANDTroniCa1

the shorts of the Black Sea, set to purchase the present and other books ity to appoint a deputy which deputy shall 4" '

come to the shop mentioned below ; he will be a practicing physician.SEC. .
of the coast for the
apart portion pillageof find a bookseller who will hasten to sell 17. These regulations shall take effecton -=-= =( Florida N
wrecked vessel. They find, he says, May 1st, 1884.
of beds : them to him. J. D. PALMER
'upon this shore great quantity I ,
Such are a few stray gleanings in the President of the Board of Health.
other movables which
differs, looh, and RAILROAD COMPANIES
of and litera- :
boundless fields bibliography
the marines: carry in chests. And we have TIIEO. STARBUCK Secretary. a
ture. The pleasure experienced in the ENDAL 1S
Ik authority of Diogenes Laertius for be- .

1it'ringtllat not only were there, booksellers search for rare facts, and for what poets and GROCERIES .AND PROVISIONS. ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE
have written books : '
at Athens in the tifne of Zeno the Stoic, 300 philosophers concerning COUNTIES OF '
is not less than that derived from their peru MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
but thus
before CJirH: even early THE
mrs sal. This feeling is expressed in the follow- discovered, as it is certain in its
species 1 of literary meetings were held. effects and does not blister. READ PROOF

Such at least, is the inference from a pas ing lines : :' ....o'.; '!': '-:" ;"" : ALAOHUA:1 BELOW.

Life of Zeno the authorju In the dim room, upon the sofa lulled. .. -, :- <" ... -. ,. ,. .
si;'e in the by '. "-',"':.' : "
i. Wild books strewed rounds thick as wild -. ,,,
citcil. Zeno, at the age of thirty flowers culled, '-.'.:, \: ;j:.>' : Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS .

came: )( to Athens s :where he seated himself How oft has S encer's vast and varied lay 'I'': \
: Pain fierce to Paladin and .' t N. Y., January 30,1882.
near the shop of a bookseller, who was Changed s imps :' :;,.; MARION Dr. B. J. Kendall tfr
:Fay ,. : Co.:
rwuing: aloud the second book of. "Xeno- Or Falstaffs wit, or :Milton's solemn strain : ; GEXTS-Having used a good deal of your

phon's! Commentaries. Struck with the Cheered this weak frame and flagging sense SUMTEP ANDHERNANDO Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
thought I would let you know what it has
recital, l he inquired where such men could again.
BIBLIOPHILE. done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy
lie found1. Crates happening to pass at this a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.

moment, the bookseller pointed him out to When I was breaking him he kicked over

Zeno", saying You have only to follow Rules and to Regulations Quarantine.Adopted iu. Regard M WH? LE ALE AN RETAIL. : AT PRICES FROM the hind cross-bar legs all to and pieces.got fast I and employed tore one the of best his

Urn From which time he became a de- --. farriers but they all said he was spoiled.

ciple of Crates." by the Board of Health of Port of He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
Fernandina and Nassau County, Florida, used two bottles of Kendall's)
The titles of books were often printed in $1.25 to. $10 per Acre.All your Spavin
March 29th, 1884. ', 0N i Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and
large characters on the fronts of the shops .9IH < : -: I he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have

where they were exposed for sale. The SECTION 1. During the quarantine season IpO F. i used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit

tlJil'llepigram of the first book of Mar- it shall be the duty of the pilots to conductto 1, CDCv these lands are in the central has always cured completely and left the
the quarantine grounds all vessels arriving leg smooth.It .
tial apjKarto! have been thus exhibited.Its in the harbor of Fernandina, except the peninsular portion of the State, and is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.

title is, "To the Reader, on the Place lines of coastwise steamers and bring to A. B. NOTES I have recommended it to a good many, and

nhcic the Author's Books are Sold" anchor such quarantine grounds all such = within fifteen miles of Railroads in they all say it does the work. I was in With-
vessels there to remain for such time as the CD erington tfcKneeland's drug store in Adams,
Thon who desirest to have books "
my Port Physician shall designate, and the said -DEALER IN- = successful operation, traversing a territory the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou
everywhere\ with thee, and wishest to make pilots shall immediately notify thePortPhy- I sent them. I tried to buy it, but could

them companions of thy distant sician, by flying the national ensign at the 001 r which is being more rapidly not; they said if, I would write to you that
foremast-head, of the arrival of said vessels Family Supplies would send me I wish would
journey, buy those which the parchment ; CD you one. you ,
and the said pilots shall hand,the master or I settled and developed than any other : and I will do you all the good I can.
bolJslic'tuecn two short covers. Leave the person having charge of said vessel, a copy J Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
thick jolumcs\ to libraries. However, that of these rules and regulations. t;... HEAVY GROCERIES, part of the State.

thrum! mayest know where they are sold, and SEC. 2. All vessels quarantined under the i' Nr+ The fertility of the soil and accessi-
of these rules shall remain atsaid
mayest: not go running over the Spavin Cure.
quarantine without communication with t Hay and Grain to the and best markets
whole bility largest
city I will thee 00
as thy guide. the shore, or with any person or persons I'
<;io. l find Secundus, the freedman of the whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsor 01 make these lands particularly desira- OX HUMAN FLESH.

learned: Luccnsis behind the of any description whatever, unless by spe- I VEVAY
Temple H r SHIP STORES CDS IXD., August 12, 1881.
IVaccand the market of Pallas. cial permission of the Pert Physician ; and ble for the cultivation of fruits and Dr. B. J. Kendall dCo..:
no person or persons, or boats or vessels, Z GEXTS-Sample of circulars received to
TIle earliest! recognized specimen of print- shall visit or hold any communication with Furniture P early vegetables for shipment. For day. Please send me some with my imprint

,//I-' in the Greek character is the grammar any quarantined vessel, unless by special N printed on one side only. The Kendall'
authority from the Port Physician ; and if large and immediate profits there is
''H' Constantine Lascaris, "Grammatica 'rl'\. Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
shall \#
any quarantined vessel hold communication 2 Stoves, and not only for animals but for human
meta: (Oroece etc. in Milan no industry in Florida equal to the
printed in with any other quarantined vessel t5 ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
'f4-i.:(; The volume consists of seventy-two then such vessel shall be quarantined for Paints leading farmers in
Pq ,; raising of early vegetables for Northern our county, sprained an
fifteen additional in addition to all
leaves!i. of which the first two contain a o Crockery, ankle badly and knowing the value of the
fivfaccin other fines or penalties imposed by these y markets. remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
Greek, with a Latin translation
regulations.SEC. 00
did far better than he had expected cured:
f Pemetrius Cretensis, the editor. 3. It shall be the duty of the Port 00 Hardware, o: For new and descriptive circular, the sprain in very short order.

The first Greek book printed in France Physician to visit all vessels arriving: in the < Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price .
harbor of Fernandina as soon as possible
was published at Paris by the celebrated after such arrival, and inspect said vessels, Willow-Ware. 5o address $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All

printer, Giles Gourmond, in 1507. Printing and if in a good sanitary condition, he shall = CHAS. W. LEWIS, druggists have it or can get it for you or it

in Greek was introduced into England in give a certificate of health, and allow themto will be sent to any address on receipt of
Land Commissioner
on'their but if he shall price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL
1 .t3. Up to the years 1599 the printers of voyage ; M 1M.o & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
find any of said vessels in a foul or unsanitary Fernandina Fla.
s.'Ot1an\l possessed neither Greek nor He- condition, he shall order the said ves- $ Send for Illustrated Circular.

hretypes ; the spaces to be occupied by sel or vessels into quarantine until thoroughly = v Or T. M. RIKARDS, Sold by all Drngists.PATENTS:. .

"ther of these languages were left blank in cleaned and fumigated and put in Ocala Florida. 38
good sanitary condition after which he O ,
tf>Italic books, types:'iid filled derive in their afterwards origin by from hand.the and shall allow give her said to vessel proceed a certificate to her destination of health ri I Il : a I Low i l ih Low li t Ft

ttrsivt characters employed in the chanceryat through or within the limits of the port of ,

Joule, and their name from the country Fernandina.SEC. _.: '..,\' -., MUNN &t CO., of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, continue -
4. On and after the opening each _
111 year to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats TradeMarks .
which they were first used. They have of the National Quarantine Station (Sapelo ';.. Copyrights for the United St.aWanada..
wmctiracsbeen Sound.) all vessels from infected hav- ; England, France,Germany etc. Hand Book about
designated"Venetian letters, :{ : Patents sent free. Thirty-"pven )ears'experience.
wnuive: the first from ingsickness on boaad shall be directed by Patents obtained thronsh MUNN & CO.are noticed
punches which they the pilot to proceed to said National Quar- ; ,. :''''i: In tho SCIEXTIFIC AMEKICA.V. the largest best,and
lI"t're -,
struck mot' widely circulated scientific
were made in Venice and paper.
antine Station. ,:-.: :' I' :. r ; : Weekly Splendid engravings and Interesting in-
AUine letters" from having been invented SEC. 5. Any vessel arriving at this port, forma lon. Specimen copy of the P4cirutifcitmer- I
'' ,
ty '- :, ;i>"5.h'2:1': ,'-L'';::Iwr ><:", : J icnn s,>nt free. .A<1dr" Aldus Manutius. bearing the certificate of the ,National Quar- 1 :-J },: -X;' 'c. ;t AMERICAN Office.2C1 Broadway, New York.

'nM In 15G7; types in the Saxon character were antine the quarantine Officer must station be brought, and there to anchor remain at : "O :' .f.; ':., i",-, ::.. : '; ;..: "
England for the first time. The until released by the order of the Board of ,< >, obtained for new inventions
Muction of Chinese types into Europe Health. or Port Physician. ':- ." ..; ,', ',} :Z> PITENTS or for improvements in old .

i. gum the learned SEC. 6. All such vessels as are described in : } i Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
Kircher, who made ones.
than HG3.: Sec. 4, arriving during the closure of said .. :: :-. f' ::: all patent business promptly attendedto.
The most{ ancient ,. .
National Quarantine Station shall anchor NOYES. .
.!lSoof isle i printing is dated 1503. The firstNintin and remain the Port Quarantine Station AB. : :" -:, 'i '
at :
(Successor to W. A. SXBORN) ';"<; : REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
in Dublin under the personal supervision or directionof .
? was in 1531. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ; : ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent -

Cut the Lstory of books is as endless the Quarantine Officer. :' ..; :: ,'., i. Office, and encased in PATENT BUSI-
hf'ir SEC. 7. All vessels arriving at this port GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
:'"'"Ik tendency. Feltham says that idlde with sickness on board or having had the CHOICE WINES_AND LIQUORS HAY, GKAIN, ,:. ....{<. >: '''..''' i : .. ents in less time than those who are remote

are the licensed! follies of the age. same during voyage, will, at all seasous of Corner of Second and Centre Streets : .- ); ..' .:, : .'" : .?t" 'I from Washington.When i.
nil' "'Mparison was very apt in the excell- the year, no matter from what port, either Steamboat near ; Inventors send model or sketch,
"'" l I''March 1 that American or foreign, anchor at the quaran- Landing, } ,: : we make search in the Patent Office, and -
we ought to-rcgard! books tine station, and there remain until releasedby FERNANDIXA, FLORIDA. "i '
.1'' *" would : ;:: : advise as to its patentability free of charge
; sweetmeats not wholly to aim order of the Board of Health or Quaran- Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-

"., "r'I'lcasantcst. 1 but chiefly respect the tine Physician. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
\\1".le" SEC. 8. Vessels front ports south of 2.30 large quantities. ; OBTAINED.
9llene.ss ; not forbidding cither but ; ; It : ; .
athrovnmc: the latter north latitude will during the entire year, Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- / } We refer by permission to the City Post-
l'rintln. most.. be required to discharge any and all ballastat ny's CHAIPIONDARBED WIRE-the master, and to the Superintendent of the ,.:
;! with movable types was first in- the quarantine station. best in the world. ; Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash

'!"- ('( l W StrasburS by John ente11, ore SEC. 9. On and after May 1st and until November Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED : ,;. :P; \ /: t,. ington. For special references, circular,ser
'r""lJtl,1 1 1st of each and longer if the PLOWS. .
vice terms etc. address
Letters ,
of ,, .
pritml' i 111'I 1400 nobility were granted Board of Health so determine, all coastwise Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON .r. "" :<.' C. A. SNOW & CO.,

by the Emperor Fredrick III., vessels must anchor at the 'quarantine sta VILLE. 33 ; ,; : Opp.Patent Office. Washington D'('. 2t
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.;' THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Important Railroad News. Almost a Fire. Range of Thermometert { =:
,: ,!
A Centre street wharf was discovered to be FOR TUB WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MAY 10, < }!:':: ". ; ;; ; ,;
'4 I on fire at about 2 o'clock last Sunday after- .
#5.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS FOR, FOR THE FLORIDA RAILWAY :i. 't."ilrt.- '
, & NAVIGATION COMPANY. noon. The Fire Department responded S. I I| 5 Ii I Wind 4- ;
to call and the flames I C3 7.0
t : promptly the were Ct
; Reflection .
; ,,
The laying of iron on the main branchof 1 It' c i. ,.,.
soon extinguished. How the fire originatedcan l
t w, Mr. Wiu. Lake expects to move into his the Florida Railway & Navigation Com- only be conjectured, as the wharf was Saturday.._..May 10 I 68 79 79, I71( S. '\'. .

: :new store in a few days. pany's road to Tampa and Charlotte Harbor first discovered Sunday ..._._......11 69 80 79 77 S. 1V. : ?i.-: : :
will begin on Monday. The roadbed is deserted at the time. When Monday ...........12 70 82180 I 78,, S. E. ,
Two colored excursions arrived here this smoke was seen to issue from underneaththe Tuesday..13 71 83 |I 81 S. E.

week, from Brunswick, Ga., and Palatka. already graded as far as Panasoffkee, to warehouse. When the doors of the Wednesday........14 70 80 I'82 79'1 S. E.

The steam-yacht Missoe, belonging to Mr. which point the iron will be immediately warehouse'were broken some cotton Thursday ..........15 69 SO 79 I S. W. THE
leaves for the North on Monday laid. The iron will also be laid on the road- open Friday............_1G .70 182 | 78 76 S. :W.
?. Carnegie bagging was found to be on fire near the
; bed from Tavares
Leesburg to next week.
next. west side, but as the principal part of the
Fifty thousand tons of steel rails have been MARINE. 'WONDERFULHOOPER
The first watermelons made their -
app'arance fire underneath the
was heavy pitch pine
contracted for to be used in its
NY relaying
in this city the past week. They came
planking the bagging probably had been Port of Fernandina.
+j: whole system of constructed road, and in
from Levy County. HIGH WATER.
5 set'afire from underneath. The chemical
a"g the passengers of the State of\i\: the work of immediate extension to TampaI Saturday, May 17...... 0:36A.M. 1:06P.M. .
t engine put two streams on the fire, and soon 18...... 1:31 2:05 *'
i and Charlotte Harbor on the Gulf and Indian Sunday, ,
week and I
t Texas this Mr.T. M.
were Carnegie: it FORCE PUMP.THE
St. Nicholas which
out. The
river the put steamer Monday, 19..... 2:29 3:05: .
on Atlantic. It will requirethe
; family, of Dungencss. ..... '."
came up to the dock, also gave assistance by Tuesday, 20. 3:30 4:00":
Ground was broken this week for the chartering of over one hundred vessels the fire. 'No Wednesday, 21..... 4:32: 5:03Thursday "
putting a damageof
: Mode Bros. 0. S. Oakes has obtained the simply to transport the iron to this port. on 22...... 5:3..3u: 6:09 BESTWELLPUMP
Vl, any consequence was done to the wharf. Friday, 23..... 6:34" 7:00" ,
; contract for the building.The -

) brig Angelia, of Kay's Line, with A Trl-Wcelclv Line of Steamships to The Fernandina Volunteers. ENTERED. MADE.UNEQUALED .

general cargo consigned to Fred W. Hoy & New fork: Established.A A meeting was held at Lyceum Hall on May -S. P. St. Nicholas. Usina, Savan-
"% new connection between this the nah ; with passengers, to W. B.
Co., arrived Thursday from New York. port, Monday night for the purpose of reorganizing Tucker, agent.

The bark Albert IT, which loaded at terminus of the Florida Railway & Naviga- our military. The name adopted by the 12-S. P.City of Bridgeton,Daniels,Savannah FOR SPRINKLING GARDEN. ,

'r ': Duryee's Mills, some weeks since for Martinique tion Company's roads, and New York, via new company is the "Fernandina Volunteers ; with freight and passengers -

: was abandoned at sea in a water- Charleston, has been recently established by ." The following officers were elected: to W. LTuckeragent. WASHING WINDOWS, CARPLMCLfttc
12 S. of Palatka Pa-
City Vogel
the steamship City of Palatka which
,;:; logged condtion. now Captain-:E. P. Noyes. latka.

t;':, Mrs. E. Fletcher, and her daughter Lizzie, leaves Fernandina for Charleston on Mondays First Lieutenant W. B. Tucker. u 13-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah .

.:! left by the State of Texas on Thursday evening and Fridays, forming a close connection Second Lieutenant-Win. LeFils. ; with passengers: to W. A MINIATUREFIRE
: }:, '. with the Charleston and New York B. Tucker agent.
]last, en route for Concord, N. II., where
Orderly Sergeant-F. W. Simmons. "
: 13--Schr. Rebecca H. Queen, Paull, ,
J/J. they making their home in future. steamers.
? purpose Second Lieutenant-Jas. O'Neil. New York ; ballast to Master.
4 "'I I-::, ,:. The only bank suspended in this region, The City of Falatka is a staunch, well-ar- Quartermaster Sergeant W. R. Steven's. 14-S. S. State of Texas Risk, 1,542

I ;,; this week, was the snapper bank. At least ranged and excellent steamship, built for Treasurer-Charles H. Leggett. tons, New York: freight and

; ;: so the part of gentlemen thought who the Florida trade, and having very large Secretary-James:Menzies. agent.passengers, to, n.. Southwick, SAMPLEAT

::.;:. wen out on the steamer Athlete on Wednesday stowage for fruits and vegetables properly The company starts out with a roll of 14-.S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah -

,,.' t last. arranged and ventilated. She is commandedby : ; with passengers, to W. B.
The schooner & Captain Leo Vogel, whose long experiencein thirty members, among whom we find the Tucker, agent. FRED W.
Meyer Mailer arrived here : HOYT &
names of some of the best men of the formercompanies ., 14-S.P.City of Bridgeton Daniels,Savannah GO'S.CIDER .
{ this week-with 540 command of the best vessels ever put into
tons of steel rails for the with freight and
the Nassau Light Artillery and ; passengers -
Florida Railway & Navigation Company. service in Florida has given him an established the Fernandina Light Infantry. The ttetvf} to W. B.Tucker agent.

,, She is now discharging her cargo at the reputation as a safe, courteous and 15Schr. Meyer & Muller, Perkins.
elected captain, Mr. E. P. Noyes, was forman New York ; railroad iron and
: dock. skilful commander. The steamship makes
"I : i II I steamship }" years connected with the Republican hay to Hilliard te Bailey.
I The first of her run from here to Charleston in twelve "
shipment tomatoes from Blues of Savannah, and is one of our promi 1G-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Denette,
; j Amelia Island was made on the San Antonio hours, and can put her cargo in New Yorkin Savannah ; with freight and I .
nent merchants. First Lieutenant W.
about hours. The Bailey passengers to W. B. Tucker, .
last, week by Mr. Amen,.who cultivates Mr. sixty advantage of a
1 was the late captain of the Fernan- agen t.
< Kydd's farm near the county draw-bridge. tri-wcekly line is already evidenced in the ;
16 S. S.
dina.Light Infantry, and Second LieutenantWm. City Palatka Vogel, Pa I
:;" ; I :Mr.. Amen expects to ship some GOO crates I increased shipments from this port. The latka. "
LeFils held the same position with the
.',.,: this season. State of Texas carried on Thursday night 16-Brig'Angelia, Evans. New York;
Floyd Rifles, of Macon.
general merchandise to various
'I, :. By the new change of schedule the north- 2,800 crates of vegetables, and the City of consignees.

.' ,, bound night train of the Transit Road connects Palatka took 2,000 crates on Monday and The Farlt Improvement.To CLEARED.May .

with the Savannah Florida &Western 2,800 crates yesterday, making a total ship- the Editor of the Florida Mirror:
h 10-Schr. Rillie S. Derby, Nay lor !
Railway at Callahan, thus furnishing us the ment direct from this port of 7,600 crates Some time last February the Council old iron bv D. E. Maxwell.

; Northern mails at 8:40: a. m., eight hours the present week. passed a resolution authorizing Committee 12-S. P. St. Nicholas, Using, Savannah -

i earlier than heretofore. The truck business in order to be re- on City Property to advertise for bids to ; with passengers, by W.D.

Postmaster Riddell and Mr., E. "". Nix, munerative must have quick transportationand improve the Park for the use of the same for 12-Brig Tucker Stockton agent. Allen, Port au :. : REFINED -

the newsdealer, have rented the Howell careful handling, and with this as low the least number of years. Peter Williams, Spain ; lumber by J. C. Read.

building. As soon as the proper arrange rates as possible to meet the larger supply an enterprising colored man, made a bid 12-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, AND

ments can be made the post-office will be placed in market at reduced prices. The which was accepted by the Council, and the Charleston. I
13 Schr. Lizzie S.
Haynes Sawyer
transferred to that building, which is much interests of'the truck grower and the trans- Committee dn City Property was ordered to lumber by Payne, Cook & Co. I j I

more conveniently located. portation lines are mutual.If make a lease in accordance with William'sbid 13-S. I). City of Bridgeton, Wildman,

The game of base ball which i was an- the interior truck farmers and fruit which was done and submitted to the Savannah; with freight and passengers :J: :J:) :m :Et.-

nounted for last between growers will concentrate their business Council its but by W. B. Tucker, agent.
w Tuesday the Rubbers for approval, owing to the h 11S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan-

'Y of Jacksonville and the Fcrnandina here, they will secure everything they need fact that a potato patch had been in posses- nah ; with passengers, by W. B. THE KEG,

4 6 Base Ball Association did not come off,, in improved transportation and lower sion of one side of the park for a numberof Tucker, agent.

owing:: to the failure of the Jacksonvilleclub freights. -years, and one of the oldest sand banks 15-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 AT
tons, New York ; with freight
+ ,1 tb keep the engagement. in the State on the other side, which never and by R.W. South-
1 r ,> Frank Hernandez, a son of Mr. G. Her City Affairs. failed to supply its customers, those inter- wick agent. ; FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.COMFORT .

nandez, the foreman of the car shops of the The welfare and prosperity of a community ested in the former could not do without its 15-S. I'. City of Bridgeton, Wildrnan,
depend largely upon the wisdom Savannah, with freight and
Florida Railway & Navigation Company, yams, and those having an interest in the
fey and good judgment of those who control its agent.
n was a passenger by the 'S tate of Texas for sand bank could not afford to allow its 16-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel,
affairs. We fear members
New York this week. He goes there to improve some our City doors closed against them, hence the park 1 Charleston, ',"' ;;
himself in his trade as machinist. Council do not fully realize that the presentis improvement was voted down. 16-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- ,'
a very important period in the history of nah ; with passengers by W. B.
; Mr. Paul Funke is showing commendable TAX-PAYER. Tucker .,:>;
,agent. r.'t"
our city. The last Council showed
,. enterprise. This week he places opposite the a very 17-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette ..' '; '

front entrance of his store a large time-piece, commendable interest in the sanitary con- Summer Silks, Savannah ; with freight and I : .' f'rt'; ,
diton, and wisely took precautions to guard 40 cents a yard at passengers by W. B. Tucker,
where he to ., .
,, proposes keep,correct standard '. ';, :" -;:- >" .d ::'-, ,
x against injurious causes calculated to impair J. & T. KYDD'S.Notice agent.
time, for the benefit of the public. The
or jeopard the health of the IN PORT.
A r'
dial of the clock measures twenty-six inch. to.Excursionists.
have had several conflagrations, involving Schr. Williamine, Scott.
es in diameter. Mr. T. M. Carnegie desires us to notify the Schr. Lizzie S. Haynes, Sawyer.
f the loss of a large amount of
t+f t :Mr. A. O. MacDonell, G. P. and T. A. of property public that in the future no excursions will 1 Schr. Andrew Nebinger, Smith. :,
''' and with the aid of public-spirited Schr. Rebecca H. Queen. Paull.
the Florida Railway & Navigation Company be allowed to visit Dungeness, unless by his
citizens have
we been furnished with some Meyer Muller, Perkins.
3 left on Tuesday last for Cincinnati to ECONOMY
fire apparatus.We special permission. Brig Angelia, Evans. ,
attend a special meeting of the General Passenger
need two things to make us more
and Ticket Agents of the Southern Attention, Military. SAFETY_

y Association, which has been called to complete secure from the ravages of fire. First, and All parties holding guns and equipments CRAZY PATCHWORK !
Ii most
important, a good and available water
;p i excursion arrangements for the New issued to them by the Fernandina Light In
supply. Second, an increased amount of A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
k Orleans Exposition. fantry are hereby ordered to the HAVING USE
report sameto ; and
)4.,, hose-pipe to be used in connection with pieces of handsome brocaded -
t 1: I Attention is called to the advertisementin such water W. R. Stevens, Quarter-master Sergeant silks satins and velvets, we are put-
.' M' ] another column of the Fernandina Volunteers, or the undersigned ting them up in assorted bundles and fur-
t ; Hooper ForcePump The city has yet outstanding a considerable nishing them for "Crazy Patchwork" Cush IONITOR oil. STOVE.FOR .

for sale by Fred W. Hoyt and Co. indebtedness on account of the sanitary W. B. TUCKER, ions, :Mats, Tidies, etc., etc. Package

+' It is adapted to wells of any depth, worksso work in former years, and the cost of the Captain Fernandina Light Infantry. No. 1-Is a handsome bundle of exquisite
th that child it silks, satins and brocaded velvets (all different
easily a can use and in caseof
+ apparatus more recently purchased. If I New Goods. ). Just the thing for the most superb Patterns -
fire be made to do invaluable
can service
our revenues are carefully }husbanded and Large lines of new goods in of. fancy work. Sent post-paid for 50 Co.
I every department Fred W.
I A sample can be seen at the store of the the finances properly administered the I at J. & T. KYDD'S. cents in postal note or 1-cent stamps.- IIoytr

t : above firm. present rate of taxation is sufficient to meetthe Package; Xo. Containing three timesas
much as Package No. 1. Sent
c t i The steamship State of Texas, of the Mal necessary expenses of the city: and to UNIVERSITY HOTEL for $1.00. These are all of the very post-paid fines

+ t' ; Tory Line sailed for New York Thursday pay off gradually the indebtedness. This i totality, and cannot be equaled at any other '; :

.fea l ; evening with 110 passengers and the fo)1owing ) done,or well under way, we can then under SEWAXEE, 7fENN.a silk works in the United States::! at three times ,
our prices. They will please }
ia.< cargo: 2G3G packages vegetables, 552, take the most important work of securing order always brings a dozen more.any lady.LADIES'One ','.,"

r logs cedar, 356 cases cedar, 320 barrels rosin, water supply. MANUAL OF" FANCY WORK, with 400 ,

.L i 1GG barrels 50 The Council MAY = :1884: illustrations and full instructions for "
t'. spirits turpentine, barrels City has before it a proposed :, artistic "ff .;:>

I cotton seed oil, 341 sacks cotton seed cake, estimate of salaries and expenditures for the 50 fancy cents.work Order, handsomely now. Address bound, post-paid, f. ..'.,",> ", F

( I r ; ; 47,000 feet lumber, 50packages merchandise, ensuing year, looking to some reduction of THIS HOTEL.. NEWLY BUILT AND THE ROCHESTER SILK CO., "" ''"' ,''"... ''_I ""'-'... ,

l' 3 refrigerators strawberries. expenses. This the community expect to will be opened on the 1st o f; Rochester} \. Y. f : ., 1

f -; The morning train from this city to Jack be carried out. City scrip is now about at June Situated for the the receptiou Cumberland of SummerVisitors.. --
on plateau, in thee
!i sonvilleand the evening train from Jacksonville par, and the city work can very well b domain of the University of the South, and

1' I: : to Fcrnandina will be abandonedafter done within the amounts proposed in the within six miles of the Southern Chautauqur \

I Monday. Trains between this city and different departments. No more police are grounds at Mont Eagle. it offers unusual at- ;.( f' ?
tractions for Summer Visitors. '. ) Z
j .1. .' ',. Jacksonville will run as follows: Leave : needed than are estimated for, and Jin fact The passenger trains: on the Nashville & : ;:; :,'; \

; r 1 ":' Jacksonville at 7:10 a. m.,arrive Fernandinaat the number estimated for is larger in proportion Chattanooga Railroad connect AT COWAN ,. .

1 ,"q .' : i 8:50 ; leave Fernandina at 6:00: p. m., ar-r than at Jacksonville and other with the Tracy City Railroad to Sewanee. ;,'.':; =TERMS E

+ ': !.: ;! rive at Jacksonville;;: 7:40. No change is larger places. J23The charges will ba-per day. $2.00; ,, ,."
per week, $10.00 ; per month, 10.00 for the :
;., : made in the trains. Let our City Council move """, CASH.
.t Sunday straight along season, (three months), per month, 3300. I
,, : in the line of economy and the public wel- Address t :

Vi... I Baptist Female College. fare. E\'erything.tbey do is carefully noted UNIVERSITY HOTEL,CO.,

1' : We arc pleased to learn that those interested by the tax-payers, of whose property and 20 Sewanec, Tenn.. # rrl42an2af ,. ,,

I .: in the, Baptist Female College are interests they are the trustees.. Notice To L
Contractors. :
r looking to its establishment at a suitable 87fJ. da '
i' \ WILL TIEnECEIYEDTCITY: : .' : ::::;
+ :)i' .;: point on the seaboard. We hope. our people The Confederate Home Fund. BIDS ':+office until noon of May 21, 1884, ''1'' ;.

"j :.'.. : will make some effort to give directionto An amateur entertainment will be given at for the lighting of street lamps for one year, ....a.,"':. erY

the examination of Fernandina as a Lyceum Hall, on Thursday night next commencing June: 1st; 1834. Specifications .' I

: nt';f' : suitable location, and will offer such in- : for the benefit of the Confederate. Home 1, for the the clerk's guidance office. of The Bidders City Council can be reserves seen at ? : ,

; ducempnU towards 'its establishment as ;Fund. Mrs.:Parley's Wax: Works, and other the'right to reject any:and all bids. --,.-,': :

may berequisite.; We intend to bring this amusing entertainments, will be presented. By order of City Council. ': '

subjcctauore: fully before our citizens here' We hope to see a crowded house and a FRED W. HOYT, .
: Acting Chairman of Street Com. : : : .
after. 1 handsome sum added to the fund. $: }
t Fernandina, May 9, 1884. ) ; ;:
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