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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 24, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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\TOL.'T1.. tfERJSTASTDISTA, FLA. SATURDAY, ; MAY 24 1884. NO. 26. .

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STATE NEWS.Alachua. Have you objection to stating what you V WASHINGTON..*,.... directions, with Tampa as the hub in which State that stands in need of a road, but ,
paid for those two-fifths?'* these spokes centre. Work is now being which has hitherto been avoided by roads ,

Not at all. I paid $. 0 per tree, so that, GRANT PLACED ON' THE RETIRED. ? LIST-REPRESENTATIVE actively pushed on the Palatka & Indian .in their eagerness to get down south.! "

AI.\rHC\'t N\1WCOt'F.T-Uomm.-(>stertlay estimating the grove at 500 trees I paid at ROBINSON 'Ci.(TICISES THE DI- River Railroad which will complete the The of "H "
suggestion to cross the river
afternoon a report! of Tie Nctcs was shown the rate of$40.000 for the grove-$1G,000 for PLOMATIC SERVICE. -. i'irl.STREET APPEALS connection between the J., T. &'K. W. R. at Fruitland instead of
at Astor, seems to
b\' )[r. 1 I. J. Campbell, the well-known two-fifths." FOr., ASSISTANCE. Palatka and the South Florida road at San- us to be
an entirely practical one, and one
palatka architecture plans and drawings' of Yon state the' seedling trees (about half WASHINGTON} D. C.-May 17, 1884. ford. Next in order is the Tavares Orlando much more favorable for business: The
court-house that is to be erected inGainesville the grove) were the product of seeds &
Jlil-t' Atlantic. in
the new grown To the Editor of the ; now process of constructionfrom Palatka fc Indian River Railroad runs along
for, .Alaclma County. The from the original budded trees ; were those Money for the Indians, money for consuls Leesb lrg. the present terminus of the the eastern portion of Fruitland

!build';: is to be 92x00: feet in size with two seeds planted in nursery, and; when up I anddiplomats, money for, the District of Transit system, and intended to form a therefore cutting off the western peninsula portion,

stonc\0.: The ground floor will consist of transplanted) or were they planted where Columbia, money for the' ;Qorruans Bureauof junction with the South Florida road, also from railroad facilities. We believe, the ;
offices and.. A vault with cross! halls the trees were to. stand and never transplanted at Sanford Orlando thus
Labor Statistics and for or giving us an-
!.even '' money private nearest: point that road runs to Fruitland is ,. '
running through;!: ihe building. The ceilingof ? individuals, among them General l Grant, are other route to Jacksonville. and the North, ten miles.: A road, therefore starting from

thi'4 tI' r will'be 14 feet high.. The second "M J)' information is, they were first put some of the questions on which Congresshas parallel for most of its{ length with the Fruitland, on the east side of the St. John's,

J-t'H-y' to l lc :,"!)Cl1 !IS the court room, in nursery, and then transplanted. I am voted during the \\rek. TIle Senate former, and running throTigh Ocala and and traversing the river region

81x52.::! fret ill size with! two inrv rooms told that three of the nursery trees, that wants the unfortunate ,,,:Yall 'street adventurer Waldo. The Florida Southern is also push- would already find a great portion proper of the :

3111It'X1. and a private office for the Judge, happened to be in proper position, were to, be placed >
the ceiling\ to be 24: feet high. The foundation never disturbed. These are now the largest: with the rank 'and .pay?of General of the probably take in Brooksville and thence improvement from that point to Enterprise.

tip to' the window seats will he built trees in the grove.:' Army. Twenty thousan\ dollars a year come southward to the waters of our bay. From Dunn's Creek fo Spring Garden the

,,f-.iiiiNtonc+ nndthe! fourteen columns will "What fertilizer have you used, and in would t mper the wind 'tp the shorn The Live Oak Tampa & Charlotte Harbor country i is: rolling pine, with numerous

:ai.... I,<> constructed: of the same material. what quantities?" lamb" in a very comfortable manner. In road, which is now in operation as far as beautiful spring-fed lakes: and rapidly [becoming .

.\lIlhe oiUMtlc ornamentation will he made "I have used Forrester's ; 1.200, 1,500 and reference to' this bill Senator Vest made a Gainesville: is:: owned by a company that a forest of orange tree The road

in imitation of sandstone. Just over the 2,000 pounds per acre for the last three personal explanation fn the Senate. The does not stand still nor take backward steps.It would touch Fruitland. Georgetown, Lake

main entrance, an the top of the arch, a lion years. I broadcasted and harrowed in, applying statement had gone to the press he said, will.be extended at once in this direction, George, Seville, Spring Garden, DeLand, :

j., siniiiL':;: nud :11, *o\'e the lion is the coat of twice annually, in January and that the vote to retire General Grant had and will ultimately form a junction with Orange City ant} Enterprise and thence to

ami"f I'l;+>rida: The building will be surmounted June" V been unanimous.. lie, however, had voted the South Florida Railroad at a point a short some point on Indian river. The character -

I by a tower one hundred feet in "What has been the cost>f the grove per against it. He had'made no.factious:: opposition distance east of Tampa, at which point it of the' country from Hawthorn to Fort

height, and will be covered with corrugated annum, for fertilizers, cultivation and because two years ago;: he had voted will doubtless remain for an indefinite time, Gates, on the west side of the river is gen

iron, painted in imitation of sandstone. care?" against a similar bill, and given his reasons thus 'making Tampa practically its Gulf erally of the best pine and river hammock

TluTf will be two main entrances, with imitation "From $200 to $300 for fertilizers, and for doing it. He had noI t'Sonal opposition terminus, and giving us a direct and contin- and one open to the benefits of a good road,

,aurplstonc-steps leading.to them, andIron from $200 to $500 for cultivation and care." to General Grant, but was opposed to uous line via Gainesville and Savannah to and would soon become as rich and fair a

two ii ile, entrances. stairways will leadto What has been the annual average income the principle of the bill. the North and West. Since the reorganization portion of the State as we anywhere: pos

the second s'.ory and to the tower. A of the grove for several years past?" The House has devoted two days to debateon and consolidation under the name of !

city clock) will be' placed in the tower. The Five thousand dollars per annum, perhaps the Diplomatic Bill, and the measure is the Florida Railway & Navigation Com- sess.But instead of running an independentline

inside uf the building is to be handsomely a little" over,net, since my connectionwith still pending. Representative ,Hitt, of IllinoiS pany, new life seems also to have been infused to the Halifax mid Indian rivers, the >

lini-hfd 1 in black; walnut and cherry, and it. moved to restore to $12,000 the salariesof into the old Transit system, and steps road could intersect the. Seville & Halifax

when 1illhhed'ill be, perhaps, the finest What will be the yield, probably, this ministers; to Austria and ,Italy. The bill are now being taken to extend its line in road at Spring Garden, or the Palatka & In- .

lire-i'rouf' brick building in the State. The year ?" reduces them to $10,000.:: After a long our direction from. Wild wood? via Pansotf- dian River rodd at or near Enterprise, thus

pilaus, arc well drawn, and from an; inspection "As well as I can judge, about 000,000. or wrangle the amendment 1 iaet1: Representative kee and Fort Dade. The completion of this I saving the expense of two road: to either l
of the about 000 oranges' tree." Robfu> line will give Us direct connection with
of them, a good idea appearance per son expressed his -contempt for of those famous river Putnai* Co. Journal.
of tlii'bmhjing: can: be obtained, and their Do you think allowing the fruit to remain the diplomatic service, which' he> regardedas Florida's Atlantic deep sea port, Fernandina -

: in the on the trees so late has contributed to and also with the other railroad
4 n ijilciene.4.s! s is the best evidence a humbug, a nuisance,- ntla school for sys- Tin: ST. JOlI "'S HAR.
worM that Mr. Campbell! and his assistants the shortness of the crop this year?" snobbery. Minister i Lowell he denounced tems along the line. Work i is:: now being

arc/ masters bf their business. Mr. Campbellwill I do, for the reason, that those trees mf}-a lick-spittle of monarchy, and all our prosecuted on the International road,. both Gen. Sanford, of Belgium, the Hon. Hora ..

carry the plans to Gainesville to-day,. from which the fruit was gathered earliest embassadors abroad as not worth a shillinga from this place and Sumtcrville, near which tio Bisbee, of New York, and a number of

for final approval by the county officials, have the fullest crop now." dozen. lIe gave notice' that when the point it will connect. with the Transit sys- other distinguished engineers, are causingsome
of brethren of the Press little
mill work on th6 building will commence If properly cared for, what do you think proper time came he would move to abolish tem and give us the shortest and most direct our no
; anxiety. It that the Chief
immediately. Tie cost of the building, will be the annual average yield of the the omce of minister to England, which he ,route of all northward. The indicationsnow seems Engineer .
of the Times-Union and the Assistant
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when completeI: will be $35.000.-PalatlMXcws. Speer grove?" accordingly did. are that the company owning this line

I believe, if kept up properly, as I intend The House became friendly to the Districtof means to complete the work of construc- of the Herald are in some way disposedto :
their influence in favor of
it shall be, that it will yiefd an averageof Columbia the other day, and decided a tion in the shortest possible: time, and will use exclusively
for the St.John's bar. Bro.
an appropriation
TIIE EXniAOJlDIXAJlY YIELD OF at least 1,000 oranges per tree." number of important questions in its favor, make no more pauses until the work is

THE s'fEER, GROVE. At this point, feeling that we had about one of which: was the grant'of half a million done. If but one-half 'of the number of I Fairbanks, of the Fernandina Mirror, has

To premise thaSpcer! grove embraces six covered the ground of the MIRROR'S inquiries dollars. to complete? the'sc r.crage, system of roads named are pushed to completion, -and not yet graduated from a polytechnic school,
but he has
studied both
acres, upon which are standing 550 trees. and thanking :Mr.: Pace for his this city. When the qtfcstioii' of'suppress; it is almost certain! that they will all be- perhaps, diligently .'
the and of Florida
Of these about bne-half are budded, the courtesy, we quietly withdrew the auger" hug the sale of lottery tickets in the Districtwas our transportation facilities will be more geography topography to '
In discussion of this
good
pretty advantage.
others seedlings. The seedlings are the off- and bade him adieu. up, a member referred to the Louisiana than sufficient for our present needs, and,
I important question the relative advant-
springs of the budded trees, having been lottery as the colossal swindle of the age, in fact, ample for any, however extensive, ,
grown from' scedj; produced by the budded FLOWING WELL.-A driven well at Pa Representative Weller regarded this as one that may arise in the future. The competition I age that would accrue to the whole peopleby

trees The grovenvas started in the fall and latka, two hundred and seven feet deep, of the minor swindles compared with the that will necessarily arise between the I giving Fernandina the advantage; or nil

winter of 1842-4.), the sour stocks being passed through one hundred and seventeenfeet national banking system, which he called, different lines will, as a matter of course, : adequate appropriation for harbor improvement

brought; from the neighboring hammocks, of rock, forty feet of shells, and the ,rest the product of the manipulators of the republican produce cheap rates, which will be to the. he winds around his thumbs the thinly -

which then abounded in sour or wild orange sand and clay. It gives two hundred and party for the last twenty years. lIe advantage of the country and people, if not woven sophistry, which others call argu-
of water hour and throwsit ment, and he is weaving a rope that in the
fifty gallons
trees. per regarded this as the most outrageous to that of the railroads. Altogether, Tarnpa's -
The crop \vhich, has just been gathered i to a heighth of thirty feet.-Florida Dis- monopoly that the Government had known prospects for the future are as bright as future will hang them up. The question
naturally arises is a deep sea entranceto
yielded) in boxes actually marketed, 4,875. patch. since' the days of the United States Bank those of any locality in the State. In our port
the harbor at Cumberland Sound the
To this it is perfectly I legitimate to add an that Jackson throttled and hoped that the opinion there is a flood of prosperity ap- ,
TIlE last artesian well bored at Daytonawas mutual property of two of the largest Southern -
approximate of the dross of which to which the
some democratic part would be instrumental in proaching compared present
'' put down to a depth of 138 feet in three : States worth having? Is the opinionof
were sold, and the picked oranges sold from wiping the national system from the statute quickening of business life is but a trifling
the and a half days, wliere a splendid How of the paid engineer corps of the Federal
moderate estimate of which
grove, a books. ripple upon a sluggish stream.TampaTribune.
water was tapped. It fills a 3-inch pipe, Government to be set aside by.the milk and, ..
would swell the yield in boxes to at least I The Wall street speculators have been .
rising to a heighth of 15 feet above the water arguments of a local newspaper?
5,000. fairly shrieking to Congress-for help. Hun- OPENING OF TilE S., F. & W. R. I:. FROM LIVE
ground ; cut offal the ground it throws up a Is a congressman the representative of a
Yield in money, d proceeds of sales dreds of received .
telegrams were by members OAK TO GAINESVILLE.We
by :Aar.Pace': ....., ...... .................$9,258 80 magnificent jet seven feet. The quantity of district and the people's interests, or is he V .
Amount due by Mr. 1'resbry, who water is estimated at 18,000 gallons per hour, on Wednesday, urging immediate were of the party of officials of the an expert to decide upon the general meritsof

bought the crCip, but withdrewfrom and it is of superior quality for drinking legislation to relieve the financial strain. Savannah, Florida fe Western Railway appropriations that concern, not only the
the coJ'1tr\ct....................... 811 95 Representative Springer asked unanimous Company and press of Savannah and other ,
six and a half bushels of seeds from purposes.-Florida New Yorker. growth and importance of the State and Nation
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its the bill invited that left Savannah Tues-
consent to put guests on
upon passage
dropped oranges sold at $15 per but even of one-half the continent?

bushel........,....j......................... 97 50 List of Letters authorizing the Secretary the Treasury to day evening, May 5th, in a special train An appropriation for the improvement of
purchase about $42,000,000'bonds with the composed of the private cars of the Super-
the harbor at Fernandina is a right of the .
Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina -
Aggregate.t.$10,1GS 23 held the for the. tendent and General and
greenbacks in treasury redemption Manager, baggage
of that and the States of Florida
Nassau Florida :: 24 1884 people city
Thus 11 is show;i that six acres of land county, May of retired national bank circula- in smoking car and buffet car Danube," en
and Georgia are entitled to it and a right
Persons for these letters must
calling
have: produced au income of 10,168.25 ; say tion, which it was explained would relieve route to Gainesville, to join the festivities main-
which the 3lirrorhas the temerity to ,
that 550) trees have produced 5,000 boxes of advertised: the money market to the extent of adding attending the opening of the Savannah, this
tai desire
1. The people improvement
fruit Ausnet Annie A Harris Alexander
which, llowing 150 oranges to the that amount to the circulation. Objectionwas Florida &; Western Railway, which is now
box Bailey, Edward Hadley Miss Flora which will give them enlarged and better-
\a small allowance for last year's crop, made Holman and in to that
Botel, George Kennedy, Rebecca by Representatives operation point. facilities, after a judicious, liberal and mu-
because the crop was large and the oranges Bcthea, William P Johnson; Mrs C Weller, and the House adjourned without I The appearance of the lands along the tually beneficial appropriation, and any attempt -
small), aggregated)750,000 -Sanford Brooks, Coon Curtis Long, Mrs M E '
oranges.
Journal. Allen McLane, Mrs Junia action. Next'week an effort will be made line of road between Live Oak and New to force legislation favorable to a

I Brooks, Mrs Orilla Morris, Lon to pass the Dingley and McPherson currency Branford, on the Suwance river, are better scheme obnoxious to these will be sure to-

THE Mm&ofl commenting on this Clelland, J E Morford, Mrs Geo bills. than those north thereof and in the imme- meet with opposition. With twentytwofeet

statement, said$ Chil, Cinermit McWatters The news of the Wall street break created diate vicinity of Live Oak. From New of water at Fernandina the largest ocean
Cuchies, Luisere McCan Miss Ellen
The above statement from the reliablepen Davis, Jonnie Newman, Mr J B considerable excitement in this cityand Branford to Eichtucknee, rolling pine land steamships would soon establish their lines

of the -ditor of the Sanford Journal, Dr. Davis, :Mrs: W'F '((2)) Pearce, C H many inquiries were made made at the heavily timbered; from Eichtucknee to of departure, and nothing could be of more

J.J. Harris, will bb perused with much interest Dading, W B Perrin, Nathan P bankers' offices. A bill, to prevent officersof Santa Fe river, first quality pine lands advantage to the people of the State. The

by all persons interested in knowing Dougherty Dorkins, Nalas, J W Potter Thomson, Anna, Mrs W M national banks from V speculating in with lime-stone and blue flint rock; high Barge Canal in this event would in all probability

the real Pablo stocks, grain or oil was introduced yesterday hammock' land near Santa Fe river ; become .
profits of orange. growing. W'eregret Dary, Josep Rodgers, rolling an important enterprise,
that the Journal: did not also furnish Ebbets, G W Scoot, A in the Senate. from Santa Fe to Newnansville, pine land, and the system of coast defense and inland

M me tarts relative the cultivation fromseed Ellis Evans Mrs, George Eliza Smith,Fred C M T Willard's Hotel, the 'well-known Washington with clay subsoil near the surface, also red water communication would thus! be possi-
Sykes,
l the quantity: and kind of fertilizer Floyd, Annie Sliner, Mrs Josephine rendezvous for politicians, which the clay lands with pine, oak and hickory ble. Florida by having one. deep seawater

used, the crop) of Ire'iousears: the relative Foster Haywood ((2)) Travers, Mrs M other day so narrowly escaped conflagration, growth ; Newnansville to Hague, rolling harbor on the Atlantic coast, would be

product of'! the seedling and from stocks Griffin, Mrs Ella Wright, Henry! presented at the time a lively scene. 'Panic- pine lands to Gainesville.As largely benefited.
budged ; Goodyear, Mrs B L Williams.' J WfIlliamsMeliar I stricken Congressmen tumbled their baggage of the of
Hespian, E H 11r an illustration adaptability .The plea that the St.. John's Bar must be
The Journal furnishes in reply the Hargett, John Zipp, W E ((2)) ,out of the windows as fast as they could, the lands in the vicinity of Newnansvillefor deepened to equal the Fernandina Bar is

Hoover, Thos B Davis, Miss AbbieS. ., and took to the streets with. their wives and agricultural purposes, we may 'say that
seriously
be
following i interesting statement preposterous, and it ought not to .
ISTEEVIEW : T. RIDDELL, P. )f. children. One man attempted to save his the farmers always have corn to sell.Florida recommended in sober earnestness. The
WITH >,R. J. E. PACE, OWNER OF library by tying the books up in a sheet and
Despatch. claims of Fernandina should be given a lib-
THE SPEER GROVE. Summer Slllcs, dropping them from the fifth-story window '
duce THAT NEW RAILROAD. eral hearing and the advantages and feasibility -
writing the foregoing, we casually 40 cents a :yard at Their weight rent the flimsy cloth in twain,
met )Ir race, and;propounded to him the J. &; T. KYDD'S. and unfortunate pedestrians on the pave- Our Orange Springs correspondent of last of the improvement carefully consid-
l and feel- ered. One good harbor should be made and .
Allowing
week struck sympathetic
questions a popular ,
the
receiving answers ment were caught in a shower of literature.
apl'llldeli thereto. These,. we think, embody Valuable Orange Lands for Sale ing for his ,railroad, as will be seen by a the inside channel! \ from Fernandina, be V

theiuforiuathol I 1 desired by THE MIRROR: Tracts containing twenty acres each of RAILROAD: NEWS. communication from u H in another col opened for vessels of twelve feet. Jacksonville -

How long have: you had charge of the choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake umn. We have looked into the subject .1 will thus continue to be the centre of

"1'ear grove?" suitable for orange growing and truck farm- We have good reasons: to believe that the somewhat of building a railroad from Haw- commerce in Florida, and in no event will
offered for 'sale. These lands
"I'or a little over four years which covers are ing,very are now conveniently situated for transportation South Florida :Railroad is but the forerunner thorn, via Orange Springs to the St. John'sat Fernandina outstrip or even catch up withit

the J handling of five crops. > During tInsUle by water or,rail, and will be sold on of many others that h in the near future" Fort Gates, and consider. it not only ; but both grow in wealth and populationand

I have owned three-fifths of the grove. terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- will reach our city, and will cause a feasible but a popular route. It would cer- commercial importance, and Florida .
Also valuable timber lands in '
Decently I have puichased the other.two- large tionable.bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, map of the region round about to resemblea tainly run through a fine section of countryand will be the gainer by all working togetherfor

fifths: so that I am now sole owner."' February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. wheel with the spokes, radiating in all !, develop a portion of our .county and good.-Waldo Advertiser.

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Till UNDER DOG IX THE FIGHT. I willing to propitiate Mrs. Pottle. 1 slipped ,!the.. elastic.! ; off the book,. arid floor closed after a '. Good evening, I i I readily promised and was about
u You might as well pas: for fifty, and then the slipper fell upon the floor. :Mrs. Pottle," and I looked out of my to leave when the supper was brought
i'Tiie author OH the following poem was a young looking woman at that. But, All this happened much more quickly window' and watched her; then, taking in, and Dr. Ayrton invited me to take
" 'I., L I)a\'j,1 Barker a lawyer of llangor, Maine. however, what sort of people do you than I have written it,. but a grave my hat: again, ran clown stair, a few mouthful with him, and then
:;, lie liid: a genuine touch of humor, and mostly get here?young men, like I frown i'eRted'oh ,ray employer's face. as obeying a sudden, impulse, and followed he would drive me home."I .
t ,,;!','MOiiicthing more, for some of his poems am, in merchants' offices or somethingof I handed him the. paper. her.Soonshe. expect it will! be out of
i: which were collected in a 'volume, years: that kind ?"' '' Take care, Haley. Don't resentit turned into a wide street, way," I said( ,. blushing little as I yOUr felt
T.;;.agoare quite remarkable.__ for pathos.: : He Why, yes, sir, first and last,. I've if I give- you a fatherly 'word of then' another and then, calling a cab, the secret of my following her might
: ,,. dict'in 1874.] had some scores of clerks and junior warning. It is better a young man she stepped into 'it; but I heard the now be guessed by Miss Ayrton. .. I
I know that the world-that the great big partners ; but still 'tisn't always so ; should not carry such things in his address-No. 14, Victoria Terrace.So lodge-at-at Burnwood Place."
i, .' world- but there was one young mannearlythe pocket ; at least, should not allow I called another'and followed her. How strange !1" said the old Jadv
.I Has From a different the peasant talc from up to the the tale kin I;:.tell, first I ever had--" other people to see them." On we went till the terrace was Why, that was the very place Katie
-. And a different song to sing. I did not exactly want a twenty I looked up astonished. ,Mr. Ar- reached, and I stepped out, dismissedthe went to this afternoon to inquire abouta
? ij I But for rue and I care not u single fig years' list of lodging, so I interrupted nold, second partner! in the firm, was cabman, and waited for Cinderella slipper she thought she had left
p#, If they ay I am wrong or am right, the; worthy soul by saying: But who fifty years of age, and a bachelor. to alight. A curious incident occurred there. We lodged( there, sir, a little
rt r, .: I shall always go in for the weaker dog have you had lately-who was the last What,did he know about such things? here. The horse took fright as the while, till we found a house to suit us.
For the under dog in the fight. now, before I came ?" "I think I could explain to your driver descended to open the door, the How very strange !t And I snppo?e
I know that the world-that the great big A curious old couple, sir, as you satisfaction, sir, that this i3 an accident, poor man fell'on the pavement, and ; you are in our'old rooms ?"
# ; world- ever, cast eves r on" if you had time ; and really involves the young lady, whose foot was on the r"I have one parlor and bedroom on
4 t ; 1 : To Will see which never a dog moment may be stop in the (ault, Old !1" I gasped. "I-" nothing at all wrong." step, fell into my arms ; but I could i the first floor," I said, quietly, but
l:: But will shout for the dog; on top. .' Mrs. Pottle did not, I suppose, I quite believe you, Haley ; but not avoid her receiving a bad sprain, ; coloring to the very roots of my hair.
notice myaggitation, but replied ; everyone won't be so merciful. though she acted bravely, like a true Ah, yet? ; those were two tour
:,. $, But Which for me-I dog may never be shall in the pause right-to ask "Yes, 'sir ; the gentleman is about Mr. Arnold went out and closed the little heroine, and did not faint. rooms ; and we had a parlor down
] t, For my heart will beat, while it beats at all. seventy-five, f should think, and the door. I never, thought-never guessed You are hurt, I fear," I said, stairs as well. You don't happen to
+, i For the under dog in the fight. lady might be a year older or youngernot before what elaborate circumstances carefully, lifting her i in my arms, and have seen such a thing as a little
r 'j Perchance what I've said 1 had better not much difference between them. might depend..-upon a.sli Per ; but slowly ascending the steps. Just then bronze colored slipper,. with a blue
:: said But I beg your pardon-that's your when I got' home I locked it away, the door of Number 14 opened ; an rosette, anywhere about, the size for
ii : Or 'twere better I had said it into;;, 'bus, sir." And Mrs. Pottle disappeared determined to,bring no more annoyance old lady and gentleman; and one or Katie ?"
But with heart and with filled chock
;! -, '" to the brim glass! with the tray just as the horn upon myself by keeping it close two servants appeared. The poor old 0, Grandmamma, please 1 !'* said:
l' Here i is luck to the bottom dog. and the rattling wheels were distinctly at hand. gentleman began to cry. He was I her grand-daughter, entreatingly ; Of
: :."- : heard near the terrace. I put on my I had! invited'one, two or three evidently childish. "Look to the course, Mr. Haley cant have seen it.
t : -:;. THE LEFT SLIPPER. hat mechanically, and went down young men a\ few days afterward to poor cab driver." I said to the servants What a funny question to ask a gentleman -
-- stairs, vexed with the abrupt termina- have a pull on the river, and then to .. as I passed. Madam: where, ?" "
l '" I thought fairies were obsolete, and tion to her recital. As I rode along, sup with me. shall I carry the young lady?" I I looked confused, I suppose and
Cinderella nowhere," I exclaimed one the thought struck me that the whole After a pleasant hour and a half we In here, sir, if you please, I am so the doctor noticed it.
: morning, drawing out from under the affair was a trick, and that Mrs. Pottle came back hungry and exhilarated. I very much obliged to you ; it would Come, come, Mr. Haley, there i is::; a
sofa Oi my sitting-room a small slipperfor wanted to bind me to the spot, or conducted my friends to my room ; have been the death of us both if any- story behind this ; let us hear it..
a ]lift: foot; 'but if ever there wasa make me interested in her house, or and 'while we chatted, Mrs. Pottle thing ever happened to Katie." I was in for it now, and protested ;
a lad', be she a Cinderella or Susan- inveigled in some foolish love affair. brought in supper.? A discussion arose The old lady led the way to a handsomely but bit by bit it was drawn from me
:" uah who had a smaller foot than this This decided me to take no notice of about a lecture of Ruskin, and his furnished room, and I laid by the amused little group round the
,' would fit, I should like to see her, her attempts at conversation for the opinion of a certain picture of Turner's. Katie OK the sofa. She opened a pairof supper table. Miss: Ayrton listened
that's all" future, and not even to permit her to I can tell you exactly what he said." mischievous brown eyes, and lookedup and laughed heartily, though her face
i I sut i down again to my coffee and finish the story begun in the morning.Just I exclaimed, pulling out my keys and into my face. was covered with blushes, too ; and ,r o
ham, and wondered however it could then the omnibus stopped, andan opening my desk, for I copied the I'm very much obliged to you, sir ; I told of my old aunt's friend in the
Lapptai that Mrs. Pottle, my worthy old maiden lady, whom I had paragraph into a note book." I'm afraid I'm very heavy. Where is omnibus. Doctor Ayrton shook his
and obsequious landlady, should have known through her acquaintance witha I turned down the lid, and there in that poor cabman ? Will you see sides with laughter. I thought I had
: allowed the slipper have been over much-respected auntof mine, simi- the sight of my three friends was not about him for me and don't let him certainly made myself foolish at last.
1 looked in the thorough cleaning" larly circumstanced as to age and mat- only the note book, but the little left want for anything." When we withdrew, Miss Ayrtou
j she had assured me always took rimony, entered it. I politely handed slipper for that unknown, unseen foot. I promised to do so and come backat said, with a roguish twinkle in her
i"R, place between the exit and entree her to a seat for my aunt's sake, and A roar of laughter recalled me to my once and report to her, and hastened eye. You will bring me that !left
ak of her different sets of lodgers ; yet commenced a conversation which I sense. down. The driver was laying in his slipper when you come again."
,' here it was. The shining of the soft, strove to render interesting, thoughmy Is that a Chinese specimen, Haley? own cab, to which another horse was But I made no promise:: : and I never
; : bronze-colored lady had attracted my mind was certainly very absent I heard you'd bought one." being harnessed, while his own rather did return the little bronze colored
". 1'' eye as the sun lit up the abyss beneath that day ; so absent that in one of the What a sly boy you are? Who badly wounded, was led off to the slipper with a blue rosette." I haveit
the sofa ; and now, what must I do pauses of our discourse I incautiously is she, Haley ?" stables as he had requested the by- still, locked away with my treasuresin
'. with it? Perhaps, after all, it was drew out my pocket handkerchief to Brown, turned out with blue. standers it should be. I got in beside a private drawer, from which even
Mrs Pottle's own ; but I l laughed at wipe my forehead, and with ithorrorof Very tasty; indeed, I should say." the poor fellow, and accompanied himto Cinderella herself would not venture to
the idea of her elephantine foot finding horrors !-the little bronze-colored Meet me by moonlight alone." the hospital. abstract her little slipper.The .
,. entrance there ; perhaps it belonged slipper, with its blue rosette. I shook \ Who stole the slipper ?" I should like to see my V wife," he cabman is quite recovered, and
to a child or grandchild; but it I it hastily from my lap into the straw Need I say more. Mrs. Pottle, said. is the owner of three cabs instead of
was not a probable interpretation of beneath, but the old lady had seen it, walking about the room, heard some Of course you would," I replied. one. My aunt's wrath never showed
the mystery. It could surely not be and I felt aghast as I remembered that of these remarks' and gave me, I I will go for her at once ; where itself, if the story came to her ; and if
kept under the sofa for ornament ; and the story of that little slipper for the thought, a look of malicious triumph. does she live !1" five thousand pounds shall be extracted
t .,,r yet how should such a thing as one left foot of my pretty Cinderella would Be merciful to a fellow for once," He gave me her address, and I set from my legacy, it will, I am confident
a ,,- slipper not be missed, if the owner probably cost me five thousand poundsof I said desperately, "and keep the off, feeling I was fulfilling Cinderella's only be done to confer it upon my son:
t l:. possessed two feet? my very discreet aunt's money. affair secret till I give you leave to wishes. I told my tale: to the cab- and heir, now lying asleep in Cinde
t: However, the little innocent looking Should I throw myself on the old split." man's wife, who was naturally thrown rella's arms.-Belyravia.
w slipper, fit to case a very fairy's foot lady's mercy at once-in the omnibusby When will that be ? asked Harry into much distress.
x lay: there and destroyed my peace of confessing the truth ? But would Dawson. You say I can go to him at once, HEADING AXD 01:1.111:
wind as I looked at it. :My readers she be likely to believe me if I did ? I Give me a month, Harry ?" sir ?" Three boys in New York, the oldest
.' mar laugh at me as they choose ; but: thought not. I should only have false- And you'll let us know in a month Yes, surely you can./ 11 years, were caught in the act of
:t, I will frankly confess, that while some hood added to the black list already how it goes on ?" And stay the night with him ?" robbing in broad daylight ; three boys
men fill in love with a bunch of curls, prepared, I doubted not, for presentation Yes, if I know myself." "I really don't know about that; at :Middlesburg a aged respectively
a rah l of eyes: a smile, a hand, a voice, to my aunt. I knew the old lady Haley hasn't cheek enough carryon you must ask; the matron. Tile young 14, 15, 1G, fully masked, attacked and
I wu\\ before breakfast was half over, would not go as far as I did, for she courting,'' said Dawson. He lady wished me to say that. she hopes robbed a peddler of goods and moneyto
y. head find ears in love with a slipper.It had already told me her destination ; hardly knows what's what, or who's II you will allow her to help you in ev- the amount of $700. In dew York
was folly-nonsense-of course; so I kept my own foot on one edge of who, or when's when. I think, my.. ery way she can." I then put a six boys, whose ages run from 0 to 12
i; 4 but so it was. Philosophers would say the little slipper, determined to pickit boy, you'd come to me for a drill in sovereign into her hand, and left a years gutted a show window of valuable -
'4 ,y it was the form that my imaginations up again, spite of all, at the first the art. I've had plenty of practiceand card on which I scribbled 14 Victoria goods ; a Brooklyn boy, 12 years
conjured up as the real owner of the opportunity. am up to a nice little thing or two.I Terrace." She thanked me, and so I old, was arrested in Baltimore whileon
slipper ; but I don't care to be so particular I think you dropped somethingsir should advise you to get the other left her. his way to join the cow-boys of the
"; -I believe I fell in love with ," said my aunt's friend, coldly. I foot, and have a pair of them." It was getting late, but I proceededat western frontiers ; seven boys in
: the little slipper itself. Such a pretty Nothing of consequence, I think, You're a dreadful nuisance! Daw- once to Cinderella's abiding place. Quincy, Ill, from 10 to 13 years old,
: little thing it looked and felt as I thank you," I replied."I son,'' said Frank Jones. Let the Outside the door I found a doctor's have been convicted of repeated daring -
:. ,turned it over in my hand, with its should rather think it was of poor fellow rest in peace now, and carriage, and my anxiety was at once burglaries ; a Cape :May boy, 15::
! t + .....- ,silken sandals, and rosette of blue, ands great consequence," she remarked, come away home ;"it is getting late.'' awakened. I rang the bell, and the years old, thinking his relations stoodin
its neat lining of white silk ; a dainty cruelly. "Doubtless the young lady But I had no rest that night; for servant who answered it said that Miss his way, deliberately planned the I
It,., little article, indeed perfumed with wants her slippers matched or mended." I continually that little slipper walked Ayrton's foot was badly sprained, and poisoning of his father, mother, two
!. A soft, sweet odor of roses, that all its The young lady What young around my bed, and .over my chest that her papa, Dr. Ayrton, had been sisters and two brothers ; at Providence -
: long t isolation from its sweet mistress lady ? Ah, if I could only find this and on my forehead, and round my sent for, and ''was now with her ; but R. I., a seventeen years youth
t w '' .If ad not wholly destroyed. Cinderella Deeply mortified, I said bed again. she expected Miss Kate would wish to has turned up with two wives ; in
t t 1 I heard Mrs. Pottle ascending the no more, and the old lady soon left Next day I thought Mrs. Pottle see me, for she had inquired more than Boston, fifteen little caps, most of whomare
z tairs with my letters, and hastily put me.I looked at her spoons and furniture once if the gentleman had brought any under 13 years old, and only one
the slipper in my coat pocket. I had went into the office carrying my suspiciously, and,appeared ill at ease ; news of the poor cabman. After a over 16, having a place of rendez-vous
r ., determined that 'I would be guilty of handkerchief in a different pocket, thatI the day after that 1 found her hunting few minutes the girl came again, and filled with stolen property, are now
theft, if theft it was, sooner than part might not draw out the slipper withit behind my sofa when I came in to requested me to follow her to the dining under arrest for several thieving raids;
with my new treasure. The landlady and sat down to my writing ; but breakfast, and I ventured to say, Are room. arid two similar bands, one in Salem,
entered, Letters, sir, if you please, my head was confused, and that little you looking:for anything, Mrs. Miss Ayerton was still lying whereI the other in Lowell have been discov-
t. sir 1 1" bronze slipper danced over the page, Pottle ?" had,left her, and the old gentlemanand ered ; a ten years old boy at Camden,
Thank you," I answered coolly, over every line of my ledger, in ,each Well, no sirr thank you sir," she lady were at her side. N. J., out with his revolver and shot
t i r ; and let.her go again ; though I longed leaf of the memorandum book. said, hesitatingly ; and immediately "It is very kind'of you, sir, to come his playmate 11 years old ; in Balti--
iii 4t i''for the history of her previous lodgers. If things go on like this," I ex- went down stairs for the coffee pot. again to-night. I have given you a more four boys, aged 14, 15, 16, IT,
: 1 thought she eyed me suspiciously, claimed mentally, lt I shall grow mad When I returned home in the eve- great deal of trouble. This is my are in prison for a series::: of burglariesthat
4; -;- but, of course, I was mistaken ; and ]I- about that slipper. I almost wish I ning there was"a young lady in the papa." equal the operations of old experienced -
', ; i turned and finished my breakfast, and had never'seen it." passage talking Mrs. Pottle;. but I The doctor gave his hand cordially. criminals. To this long,
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'1! : ; then broke open the envelope of my Just then one of the'partners came passed up ,:without a close investigation.Just I am' very thankful to you, sir, for sickening list might be added a few
i letters. into' the office. as I turned the corner of the saving my poor little girl from what I cases in our city, the latest belongingto
... 1 1 i : I ring the bell. Mrs. Pottle enters Haley," he said, did you pick staircase, I, heard these words in a feel,sure would have happened to her Cambria City and Morrellville.
i i ;!1 am sitting on the sofa reading the up an acQount''written on a'slip of pa- pleasant voice, '" I wish I could find but for your presence of mind." What, though, has the heading of
'pape. ; but I just say carelessly : per, of an order to be' executed for it;. it is such a ridiculous thing to lose.I I fear I made an incoherent reply. this article to do with these precocious
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; .r Yo I have kept these lodgings some Grylls?" am almost sure I must have left it And now," said :Miss Ayerton, criminals ? We are sorry to say
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t I time I'suppose, Mrs. Pottle ?" I did sir, and,put it in my pocket- in the parlor when I brought it downto with more animation, sit dowu :Mr. much, very much. Are not the ability
f, I F 1"{ l raw 1 yes, sir," she answers, stopping book, as I thought you had most likely show grandmamma, and forgot to Haley, and tell me all about that poor and disposition to read benefits ? That
s ;(, :, short in the general gatherings dropped it." carry it away. ...1 am sorry to have cabman." depends. It is a notorious fact that ]
t l 4: \ ; fbget, of plates and dishes; nigh "Thatik you, .,Haley. Just like you 1.: troubled you again, Mrs. Pottle, and it I did so, and when I had told her the youth of our times read a great J
!" t#pOll twenty years. Through my poor I admire, a young fellow who has his is of no very great consequence.'' all she said: Poor woman 1 I wishI deal, but the lamentable truth is that
'41 1 Samuel being taken off early, sir, I was wits about him." "Shall I.ask, :Mr. Haley ?" could go and comfort her ; but you their reading is confined to the most ]
t" : :< obliged to begin at fort)?. Now I'm I put my hand 'in for the pocketbook 0 no Of course, if he! had seen it, will see to her for me from time to pernicious stuff ever put on paper.
; tjurned sixty, sIr-though some do and forgot all about the slipperfor he would haS given it to you. It time, won't you, Mr. Haley: and come And bad, terribly l bad,as are the trashy
.: 1 say/ said Mrs. Pottle, with a smile, a moment in my pleasure at my' wasn't his.: And she laughed a and 'tell me' something ?" She took dime novels of the day, there are both
; .45 that they hardly can think its more employer's praise! ; but it had not forgotten girlish, silvery, 'merry laugh.I her papa's purse, and handed me a weeklies and monthlies even worse.
1 '+t:, ;:: I :than a few years ago I began-:-I'm so me, nnd tumbled out. The softly opened my room door and munificent sum of money said, "Don'tlet The Frank Leslies weeklies are filled t
t \ I :much the same." sandals, being entangled 'with' the went in. Would she think me.a thief, them want for anything, please, with imaginary tales of burglaries, (,
t; There they are right," I said, pocket-book, hung from my hand, as I then ? Who was she'? The' front Mr. 'Haley." ; deceptions, arsons and murders. And I
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cure ahong illw votin g.; All the .suc'ci-sMon: .if stirring events of which everyone : :' 0.' :.

) tile or story- papers' are of the samedeleterious will wish to hear. Two military .ram- HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON MILLINERY .-, ,; .' ,; :' :.':. : ;+:/;'>. .:: ,; /: ; .

character.: And so on until paigns Mahdi are at present'n! progress-that of El ................................-........................ .. .-, ... C.-> ,>. .>, ,. ....."'. .. .,,,>-
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the lowermost depth in i filfth is i reached Tonquin-Ioth of which approaching:; Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua -AT- -.S""' '. -4'J".d. fr<;'.'f! ., ; ,' tS' .

illustrated Police Gazette Times the critical point. The next session of Parliament / ', -: : :
Lthe' FERNANDINA..\. .
j\ttt\ '. Tie three book stores in is to be marked acording to the announced KIJTO'SBAZARHATS :.Ji, ..;> ,.rf .t_
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hundreds of copies of these Calls answered: promptly day or night, and ., :;. ,
supply' struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel ',.'. ,,'"' .",
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and (degrading publicationsto their English and Scotch colleagues to con- Medicine furnished without extra charge. .-: .,; i'i>."" :,;>'1
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the youth of the community every In default of this, Mr. Parnell promises to and 7to8. 2'2ly= BONNETS, RIBBONS, I 5'

week :and in their hands they becomeefficient employ his following: to so obstruct the .',$
in forming their hrrbitsand transaction of parliamentary business as to DR. W. E. SNYDER, .
agents
FEATHERS LACE FLOWERS.
l the modelsconceivable. render the presence of Irish"members at St. e I .> 'F." '." ,
character after Worst; fi == ., ..
Stephen's intolerable. This programme 'ill- I .:..' ; :" > '.! : "
The papers that chroni- sures a succession of exciting scenes in Par- 0)) g A Full Line of Elegant Lace and Mull Fielms, ...; : ",

cled the crimes noted in this article liament. The new reform bill which Mr.: H ,'. >'. __ 1",: .
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that the parents of all Gladstone proposes to carry during the session [1 CRAPE LISSE RUCIIIXGS. t. ':', ',.
unite in !raying: ascribe their evil of 1881: will also! 'doubtless excite 1''$' 'T 'r 1 r'i .

the vouiig'criminals :general interest in the United States, as wellas z=:4W Linen Collars and Kid Cloves -;:.' )Z- '. < _: -j :
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characters; the influence of this corrupt throughout! the British empire. Vastly ).r + -- ,.. : ;; :
more interesting to American readers will be .='1 ,
literature. B'nt."ide from the the discussion to: take place at Washington fl .. All of the Latent Styles., : : .. ":. .. ._.. ..-,,.

direct Kid: effects of such papers, the within the next few months over our own -- -- -- .

!habit; of! reading them so dissipates i :: the reform hill. The Republican members of W. K. BAUKNIGUT, FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, ; '

timtit, finds, no relish in reading the present: Congress: are opposed to tariff AGSXT.WHOLESALE THE FrpOWN ; ()In U.t.- ,'. "
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hist ''ril'i < and useful works of any divided, the majority nf them favoring, the ANP RETAIL Hoop Skirts and La.iies"-Und.er\7e IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Fcmaiidiiia : ..

kiwI. minority opposing: it. Which will get the B UTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, j

But the cvel 1 inflicted upon the youthof I upper hand? Will the :'liuh-tariii* Democrats ANDDealer : I

literature of the I cooperate with the Republicans to maintainthe in Ice -H I i i I nil! I 1 'i--4-1 { {! oj n I ; ; I 11! :11-! ..1 r ;. :i4SUMMER -- ,
tinCountry, : by present absurd law ? Or will the Democrats -

kindve l !lure referred to, is! augmented net together, md send: a reform tariff TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY: + G't St Totviis on R. 1:. Line.Ami .
and trashy stuff as finds bill to the :Semite; which; the Senate will decline BROOM ST1EET"n.IF., .f- -i-iI
hv sni-h light I !(! : 1 I 1 I I | { r Ml i : -i j : : I-t+-
of the to pass? Every step of the strugglein lU-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. -t-j II t'cdar BCej; .
popular publications -
its \\IY, int.oomc the Capitol at Washington!: ; will be watched

: for the young, such as the with !lively concern all over the country, JAMES JIcGIFFIX Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, '
1IW/1' Awah. Their interminable and by he I time Congress adjourns the public : t

mind will he ripe for the opening of a ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER : .
tal.- lit'i Ju: tc>-tll'il exploits of imaginary Presidential:; campaign: which, it is safe to ; C MARBLES, KITES ETC. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a lar:;i-

lioioes are evil and only evil intheir say will exceed in warmth any of its predecessors -
Alachua Street, between Second and Third : -ALSO-
J, ; Hi'ccts young minds. : since 1800.) The meeting of the number_ of the most eligible and d' sir abl!-
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for / :Maryland Legislature: Annapolis on the FERNANDINA, FLA. Large Grass Hammocks and Express' \7agons.: t
It was hardly necessary anaggrieved 2d of January, and the reassembling: of the Lots, suitable for Business Purpose.-; or for
and afflicted father of one of 1 Baltimore City Council later In thc same Orders and estimates from a distance care- -

the Morellville: and Cambria Cit.yI I month, will prove also events of engrossing; fully attended to.------ 25-tf KING'S 1ZAR, City or Suburban Residences I.
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report) that the boys cannot read. still he will need to read The Sun for news Having recently established a \\'0011Y ml .

The tiouble is they not read-read of the thousand and one other events of near Duryee's mill, provided with all thenecessary
class of interest that go so far to make up the cur- and Liberal Discounts on Values:: allowed to
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connecting at Callahnn.) Four Months..... 2.00 Two Wceks..25 Cts. CURTIS ct CO. .
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j points on the Florida Central feWoitefn Two Months..... 1.00 i ,,: .
I : .
llailroad................ ... 7.20 a. in. EAL ESTATE AGENTS GOOD NEWS for NORTH-BOUND J" .. h .
SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts ST. MARY'S GEORGIA I
(connecting at Baldwin.) TRAVELERS !

Day H" CUler Train arrives
From Cedar Key, ll'Ildwood and THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. Loans procured, Mortgages negotiated, Exchanges -. ,

all points on the Transit lload... 3.50 p. in. effected. -
From Savannah: and all points in A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 New Montgomery RouteVIA '.. '.:,'"r',:: .

the North and West................. 3.50 p. m. Compact Shape. acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 I
1"fom'1'allahassel" Pensacola. and -- acres, for sale. i

all 'voiutson the Florida Central $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 N. B._"St,. Mary's having been selected -

<& Western Railroad................. 3.50 p.m. as the terminus of the Atlantic& MississippiCanal GEORGIA & FLORIDA INLAND STEAMBOAT CO. .

Xlght, 1'us,mlcr Train leaves TERMS-Invariably Cash in Advance. (under the survey made for Govern- ..,
FortVdarKoy, Wild wood, and all Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United ment by.General Gillmore), charters for the -,-.

)points on the Transit Road........ 6.40 p. in. States and Canada. construction of which having been :grantedby A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE '- '
For Savannah and all points North .- the United States Government and the ;
/
and \rest.\ ....... ........... GAO p. in. ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large BETWEEN ,;fit>.
Callahan.. increase in the value of adjacent lands ,
(connecting: at ) may ,-
AND SAVANNAH. ,
FLORIDA '
'
.
be confidently looked for. (See New York
I For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all .." I
1884. Premium Copies 1884. .s .
Sun 27 3 83. -
Kints the Florida Central & ) x
} on -- ; : '
;
Western llailroad.................... 6.40 p.in. to"Getters Up of Clubs '0 f: ;" : /
For the Baltimore Weekly Sun. The Steamer St. Nicholas :MDOW'S
Baldwin. ;
(connecting at ) SEWING fACHINES.i .:: ': :'\,

light ['4lS8cngcr Train arrives Five Copies......................................$ 5.00 ,, '..'. .f
i From Ccdaf Key, Wildwood, and With an extra Copy of the WeeklySun .
all points on the Transit lload... 8.25 a. m. one
year.

From Savannah :and all points in TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 Tcc RUMjIcfEWflOE
the North and West................. 8.25 a. in.
With of the
extra WeeklySun
an
From J'cbsacula'fallahassec, and and copy of the ,., -E.... ._ ..
one ;year, one copy .
all Florida Central it

Wotera points Jlailroad on .................. 8.25 a. in.IT.RNANniNA Daily Sun three months. JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALS
| FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00
PACKSONVILLE K. K. EAVES FERNANDINA EVERY MONday -
With an extra copy of the WeeklySun L Wednesday and Friday mornings, NOT AN ALCOHOLIC :EXTRACT,
Train hares ,
dally, .tcept Sunday of the
one .ant one copy
year
For Jacksonville... 9.50 a. m. and 6:00: p. in. Daily Sun nine months. on arrival of trains from JACKSONVILLE, but contains all the medicinal properties -
Trail CEDAR KEY and WILDWOOD, at 9.30, of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
From Jacksonville..8.50 arrlvvcs dally, except a. tit Sunday. and 5.00 p. in. THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 arriving at )Montgomery 6.30 p. tn.; connecting is very pleasant to take, and
.'\IIIIzQUI'l With an extra copy of the WeeklySun : there with the City&Suburban Railway -

For Jacksonville- ........................ 5.00 p. 11!. and one copy of the Daily Sun for SAVANNAH, arriving at 7.10. CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,

From Jacksonville.....................10.25) a. ni.SEA one year. Leave SAVANNAH everyTnesday,Thurs COLDS CHILLS CRAMP COLICDIARRHOEA
day and Saturday mornings arriving at Fer- ,
ISLAND ROUTE. Getters of Clubs will find the above I
up nandina atG.OO p.m.; connecting with trains DYSENTERY
From Savannah, via Montgomery: for Jacksonville, Cedar Key and Wildwood. ,

Steamer! .;t. Nicholas, Tuesday, PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels
be offered ,
liberal that
the
terms most can bya
Thursday and Saturday............ 6.00 p.m. --

For Savannah, via Montgomery: The Steamer David Clark: and MALARIA, by warming and stimulating -
N teaule\ :, :;t. Nicholas, Sunday:: First-Class Family Journal the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy

Wednesday and Friday........... 9.00 a. m Will leave Fernandina every Tuesday and action. Sold by
r rom Savannah,by the Bridgeton, : Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and PALMER BRO'S,
I.'Tuesday and Friday................ 6.00 p. m. SINGLE COPIES by mail..3 Cts. Darien arriving: at Savannah the following Centre Street, Fernandina, }'la.
HI r Savannah, by steamer City of
morning. Also Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA
l ridgeton. Tuesday and Friday G.OOp.nr The safest method of transmitting money Leave Savannah every Monday and Thursday GINGER 73- ALE, the only Ginger Ale made

MALLORY LINE.For evening arriving at Fernandina the following without pepper. 22

New York direct, by steamships by mail is by check, draft or post-office day.Through .tickets sold to New York. Philadelphia -
Stato of Texas or City of '

Antonio., Thursday evening.............. Boston, and Baltimore.For .
*' money order. tickets and state-rooms, apply to
rom Xcw York direct bCit of .
Antonio and State of Texas, 5if11Str. W. B. TUCKER, Agent

wcry Friday I .......................... ".00 p. m. Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers.SUN Office foot of Centre Street,
IRON BUILDING, l: Fernandina. Fla.J. .
ST. MA 'Ys RIVER. Baltimore Md. yyy, 1 t A. MERCIER,
StmluT far[ lea .'s Centre street tlocl.lor :- i ) QI St1\J r e Passenger Agent.J. .

St. Marys and Clindall,Tu<:S. : SUr'fECT N. HARRIMAN Manager.OFFICES .
day:. an,11 4'-).00 p.m.vrH BOOKS AND STATIONERY. yi: .t.. :
_
l P ) arJ's and Ifungeness, on x M Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.,Jacksonville, Fla. I sitSS1 .

Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. m. Bull and Congress Streets.......Savannah, Ga \\"y be matted of! I1 $ yeat 11.w", ,.,'" .
st j-
for IIOR.\'CE'DRE" erinomers : i
bt. .
Mares only..fMonday and It Contains illustration, fives, < "'nt .
ilWftday......... ............ 8.00 a. m.Veamrr Lost, or Stolen. directions for planting all \ ec -ti le amt F .
Marsha a1Yres- Stationer, Seeds.Plants etcc iavaina1)1e to
iTom Bookseller From the residence of Mrs. II. Peterson, irbrvv DEfit1 _
St. 00. it
Mary and Printer and Binder.
Crandall
*
'j> on D. J. 3iNOTICE.
letters II. S. .
'Monday :and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. :JTIcULA1. a black* silk umbrella, with
J. handle. A suitable reward
.
rom st. Marys ; L. engraved on
an; Dungcncss,
on \\:odnesday; and Saturday.... 1.00 p. m. School Books and Orange Wraps. PfNEVER will be paid for its delivery at the MIRROR .
I
From
St. year: \'s only. *Monday and PiRI I EV Eqi office. Dissolution of Partller bil'.

Thursday. .........._..'..........:. ...... a_.00 p.nl. NOW A SPECIALITY. OUT or ORDER. FIRM KNOWN AS THE FIRM OF
_. f C) NO EQU HOTEL IN NEW YORK.Persons THE John O'Donald & Sons, at Callahan,

Nassau County, Florida will henceforth.be ,
I Xatttc. afj Removal. Jif'LiberAl discounts to Teachers and mwR JiJlGK CHIM.G visiting:New York for health business' known as the firm of Constantine and Ed- :

th btw.y, infonn lry| friends and customers ss or pleasure will find first-class accommodations at ward O'Donald, they having purchased the .''
. to lat the I 1 have renioveil my I place of business Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.. MJIXEIl'S HOTEL. Location central near interest of John O'Donald in the stock of

..f wann wncreto block near the foot application. t ANT elevated and horse cars. Nice rooms, excellent merchandise in the store at Callahan .,
Centre trect., Thankful for past favors, c't\\CAt1o o bANQF P Turkish Electric 'and CONSTANTINE O'DONALD. ,
II table moderate prices ,
I ;
GA
hope MASS.EORSALEBY 'f
to ILL. ,
merit ""a i continuance of the same. 59 W. BAY STREET., Roman baths. Address DR. E.P. :MILLER,39 EDWARD O'DONALD. .,
,. .1;. G. IcQUITTr. ,. Callahan.. Fla.. April 15 1884. !
F St., New York. L
Crtlan 1I1a. Fla., April 18,1SS4.f : Y, JACKSONVILLE\ FLA- and 41 West,Twenty-Sixth .



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L }. a -' '";THE FLORIDA MIRROR': MAY 24, 1884.r .
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r ': :AE FLO much water as there is now at Fer- 1 TIIK POLITICAL OUTLOOK. inside passage now .exists throughSt. A HARD FIGHT WITH OUTLAWS
't ,. 1.l 1I.l..tI 1 i I K.: ST. PAUL, May 16. Fort
pf ,: nandina. .' The Presidential question is now' Rosa and Choctawhatchie Bay to Btiford peeiai i

is :,"", EORGE ..R.. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. What will be the result to the i!ii the exciting subject of discussion in within. a very short' distance of St. .to Major the Pioneer Whipple.Press the gives paymaster a\i\! intt'"nietwiU who; ,

t j ri..t1oll, 182 lerear; ttix months, 81., State of such suicidal folly?- The i the newspapers. We say in the Andrew's Bay and by the east arm h-,-rn 1Il agents and .wlui has was just attacked

: :corner Centrq and First streets,second floor. J I products, of Florida, the trade of newspapers, because we do not be- of that bay to within. a mile of Apai I reached: the :garrison. He says : "We left

', d ItATES OF VKKTLSING G. Florida, will continue to go with its lieve that the people are really taking lachee Bay.and St. George's: Sound, I Glel1l1.vC:'at 9 o'clock yesterday morning
; I Our party was composed of nfv
,- : cents a line for the first, and five cents for eyer-increasingrolume to- swell the very much interest in the which connects at St. Marks at myself
: i qestion'l clerk, Mr. Such, and Sergeant Conrad
,
Subsequent Insertion. who
I .,; ; local notices, 15 cents a line. commerce, the business, the trade of I II The republican party I which point, at Deadman's Bay, was in command of the ,escort which was

*i. ? '' notices, 25 cents a line. Savannah; and five or ten years from j I main in power. Success in the coming fifty miles eastward, the canal across made up of three men with two drivers,

/ rate for time advertisements upon appli now will be so firmly established in fall election,, :means the disposi- Florida will be cut to the St. Mary's Mr. Such and 'I occupied the ambulance
: at.the office. 1 with
Sergeant Conrad and one driver
that channel that Florida will not tion of 100,000 offices of various river about Trader's Hill. on
the front, while the other
rode in the
of local inter
1 upon all matters wagon
'S, ? solicited from all parts of the county and from ,. be recognized as having 'any harbor values, from a $10 post-office up to a The United States coast survey immediately behind. Contrary to my usual

t-f 4I the lines of Florida railways. entitled to attention or recognition $15,000 foreign mission. charts show that the cutting from caution, I had placed ,my money in the am
{; communications intended for publication There is"no question but that the bulance. At about 2:30 in the afternoon
be addressed to the Editor; all business from the federal government. Thisis the :Mississippi river to St. Marks ,as

r S simply to THE FLORIDA Minnon. exactly what the counsel!: and the office-holders'contributions of money would not exceed thirty miles about we were four driving miles through this a deep ra\'ineroad
side of Barne's ranch'I
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policy of the Ti11l( -Union means.( : purposes through marshy or low ground. heard rapid'firing.. I looked out and
d ., SA TURD 1', JFA :?4. 1884. saw-
It means that the great interestsof result of the last Presidential elec- From the :Mississippi river through Serreant'Conrad firing to the left at a part
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'.;i.p --'::..' FLORIDA'S PUBLIC WORKS. Florida, its fruit interests, its vegetable tion. One hundred thousand men Lake Ponchartrain by the Gulf coastis of masked men, seven in number, who had
ri ,' opened a murderous fire upon us without
' Our esteemed cotemporary, the interests, its coast towns are directly interested in the question about '360 miles, and from thereto word of warning. Three of the seven men a

i : .,: has assumed that the all to be'kept back and injured because constitutes. A)Kwrerful. < i army .. of r St. -Mary's: river about 140' miles, were f firing directly into our ambulance,

1 of 'appropriations for the nature has interposed a bar- workers tbT Jm retain tHeir positions. On and requiring i about '125 to 140 miles which'.fire; was.returned. by the Sergeant in

j ,i.,:v i rOVeIl1ent of several harhors and rier at the, mouth of the St. John's the other hand, there are thousandsof cutting, according to the route the bravest and most gallant manner. Stan

in a State antagonizes the which it is claimed must be first removed others who look upon a change of chosen. early two stage mortal of the wounds action,,but however continued he received to-

;: important. AVe do not so re- or else Florida be deprived of administration as the probable opportunity The Atlantic & Mexican Gulf fire until the loss of blood so weakened him

1 1 it. The deepening of the water any Atlantic harbor whatever. The of obtaining office, but this is Canal Company have a charter from that he could no longer hold his rifle. About

j' olusia bar, for instance, which selfishness of this plea is too apparent too remote and too uncertain a the State of Georgia giving them the this time the driver received a scalp wound!

to need comment. It is injustice chance to incite anything like an of and fell down from his wagon, when Mr.
; be done with a few thousand an exclusive privilege constructingsuch Such and I jumped out. One of the mules

:I ,r S does not antagonize the imS to the rest of the State which equal amount of effort to carry the canal over a section thirty was wounded, and the team becoming

of Tampa or of Pensacola will not be tolerated when it is fully election for their party.If miles in width, both sides of the frightened ran away with the ambulance

Fernandina or the St. John's bar. considered and understood. It is the question was to be' deter- route, and a grant of all the landsin which contained_ my money. Mr.:Such and!
y, 1 were kept under a very heavy fire, and
I is really a work needed, and is of just and right that the St. John's bar mined, by interest in the officeholding Okefinokee swamp and in the our escape was most miraculous. Fearing

4' immediate importance to the should have such fair share and pro- business, the ins would always vicinity along the route of the. canal. that the highwaymen would capture the

'. ) of the- upper St. John's than portion as the Engineer Department work harder and achieve more suc- The quantity of land embraced in ambulance I immediately started in pursuit,

to it it is not cess than the outs. But there is this is estimated at and made the best record of my life in running -
bar at its mouth. If we were apportioned ; just or in grant 300,000acres.
fair that :Mr. Bisbcc should the outside of the devoted adherents of the mile I was obliged to. I was successful -
r to argue the question upon urge in overtaking the mules and climb
; : line taken by' the Times-Union, committee to take from the amount the one or the other party large Tfye Legislature of Florida in ing into the ambulance.. The Sergeant died

could readily show, as we have apportioned to Fernandina bar an number of intelligent voters, who 1880 granted a charter for the con- in my arms about twenty minutes after

shown that the harbor at amount to be added to the St. John's when an occasion arises to arouse I struction 'of the barge canal to the being shot. I reached Scott's ranch about
eight miles from the scene of the attack
their interest make themselves effectively Atlantic & :Mexican Gulf Canal Co.
known as the Entrance because he thinks the latter the more safely. In the meantime. Such and the

T_ : Cumberland Sound, is of para- important. felt. the corporators named being Gen. ambulance driver were covered by the rifles'

.! .ult importance to the State over --- It may be presumed from, the George F. Drew, J. J. Finley, Geo.R. of the highwaymen and forced to return to

.:, other work on the Atlantic coast CITY AFFAIRS.The general tenor of discussion in the in- Fairbanks, J. S. Bailey. L. Mc- the escort wagon. One of the men was

". subject of the amount to be dependent journals and in magazine Lane and J. S. Shepard.The badly wounded in the arm in theactofraising -
: Florida. "r e affirm that it has
", his carbine for a second shot. The vil-
': r,. I appropriated for the pay of the policewas literature, that a general feeling now is given the usual
been so regarded. In 1855, company lains, thinking that the escort: wagon; contained -

I : a report to the Legislature signed under discussion at the meeting pervades the,country that a changeof grant of one-half of the lands reclaimed my safe, had paid little attention to
of the Council. We have administration is The my escort beyond a few shots, which they
City a mar necessary. and a right of etc.
,1 .1. T. Archer, A. S. Baldwin, J. C. way,
: shal, who is the chief of police, at a star route scandals,carried on throughthe The Legislature of Georgia grantedtheir sent unpleasantly near. Thethen beganto
R. H. Long and D. L., Yulee, search the escort wagon, keeping the men
: was said in reference to the ocean salary of $500, and the ordinance highest officers of the Post-Office charter on July 23, 1876. and Mr. Such covered. Their search, of

: ; of the system of railroads: proposed and passed adds an amount Department, and, as it is believed, As the proposed canal runs course, was fruitless. They seemed rather

of $900 to policemen.The shielded by the Executive has be- disappointed, and began to search the men
pay through the States of Louisiana
the Atlantic the ,
l'T:: !eon we possess and Mr. Such. They found a little tobaccoon
l i ,s duties of the gotten a distrust_ of the condition of Alabama Florida and it
police accordingto Georgia
;: : of Fernandina. The harbor one of the men and from Mr. Such they

t ; perfectly and closely landlocked, general observation, arc not onerous all the departments.: The Navy Department will be necessary, of course, for the took about $:'O and a watch, which, however -

and marshal with two effi- JUtS |been notoriously mal- they returned. After destroying the
l an average depth of 85 to 40 a : respective companies or corporationsto
carbines ordered the driver his
to seat
cient assistants to be all the administered, and recent developments and under they
entirely without shoals, and ought act together some; common and allowed the party to go on. Upon

:.' >hmoraac with good holding ground force required. For three persons, implicating officers of the War organization or arrangement. receipt of the intelligence General Whistler

/ r the amount appropriated is ample. Department indicate unsoundness in ordered Major Bell, of the Seventh Cavalry
',j ,, enough for the largest pos- ------------
I r There to be the subordinate officials. THE BARGE CANAL FROM THE to start with his troops. lIe made a forced
.
.'i; {t.+, )!commerce, and having a front- seems a disposition on I
,
\\ f' These would to be JIISSISSIPPI ACROSS FLORIDA.The night march, and reached us at clock
: the of members of the seem enough
l'of over two miles. Colntl part some
I' i Xew Orleans Picayune says : this morning, greatly to our relief, we having -
Council draw the color line and now to arouse the action of the in-
<, _' with the neighboring harbors to Some time ago a company was organizedin been on guard duty the entire night.

:'I': : Savannah and Charleston the har- to vote money for police services in telligent independent voters to createa this city for the purpose of opening up Major Bell has taken with him three Indian

,' '; is much superior. At Charles- view of the fact that the police are change of men, methods and for navigation the old :Mexican Gulf Ship escorts and an interpreter."
, Canal, which leads, from the Mississippiriver
The above account of the narrow
colored The cost of the measures.
{ the the main men. city
depth on ship (H.
into Lake The work has been
;, Borgne. "
t'3 '
:\ .k :nnel. does not exceed ten and a government falls upon every taxpayer In the republican, party there arc quietly progressing, and the excavation of escape of Major \Vhipple will interest -

: .t ( feet at low water, and at Savan- in proportion to his property, factious and violent antipathies. In the canal has been nearly completed. Dur- many friends of his father,

(:tt. vessels cannot reach the city at and we arc quite sure that our intel-. the democratic party there are prefer- ing the past week this project has attained Bishop Whipple, of Minnesota, who

A "t. ; :! \ water with more than eight feet ligent colored tax-payers are not will-. ences, not very pronounced, and a been large proportions formed, styled, and the a new"St.association Louis, New has was but recently in our city,and hasa

, general willingness to abide by the winter home in Maitland, Orange
.
i Ii. : : : ft. ing to have an increased taxation Orleans and Atlantic Canal Transportation

i ; ; This was in 1855. Since that pe- simply because a .part of it goes to decision of the convention. Every Company, of which :Mr. F. L. Carriere is the county. :Major Whipple is a nephew
lt I colored The ordinance candidate named as the possible president. Associated with him are General of the editor of TIlE MIRROR.AX .
x .,:,.. ; Congress has appropriated $1rS policemen.
McLaws of James G. ---- -- --- -
choice of the Democratic National Lafayette Georgia;
reduces the salaries of all the other
'
; $ 000 to Savannah they
increasing ORDINANCETo !
Broadhead, L. Richard Barrett and J. X.
;! to 22 feet, and $1,292,000 to officers, and why not those of the Convention is a man of high character Bofinger, of St. Louis ; Nicholas W. Casey, Provide for Further Protection Ayainst Fite.

i ; while only the sum of police. The scrip in which they are for ability and personal integrity of Kentucky ; A. A. Lelong, A. Schreiber, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE )IA yot:
Fernandina :
Council of the City of
I has been appropriated to paid is now worth par, the employ Tilden, Bayard, McDonald, of.New Orleans. SECTION 1. That from and after the passage -
'- i Cleveland Flower are men of irre- "The amount of capital stock is $20,000000 ,- of this ordinance person owninga
:: : What has been the re- ment is permanent, is not onerous, every
of frame of l located
in 200,000 shares $100 each building any description
: :1' '\ : ; lt? Fernandina, the harbor of and demands no higher compensation proachable character-men whom all "A prominent member of the company within the corporate limits of the City of

"' in 1855 either than other laborious pursuits.The will admit are safe men. outlined the character of the Fernandina, shall be and is hereby requiredto
:: ;, was superior to yesterday en- provide good and substantial ladders sufficient
1 :' "" annall or Charleston, is left be- accidental preponderance of the The tariff question, which was terprise. It is intended to deepen and widen for approaching every part of the roof

} ,", I d and is relegated to an inferior colored vote in the city is only temporary made'taP laJ *" important: a part on the Mexican Gulf Canal, and to dig the canal of SEC.said 2.building.Said ladders may, at the option of
a ,' pofition the eve of the last election has been across Florida, the surveys of which have the owner, be permanently attached to the
and if the membersof ,
t; L,, ;, ,', and Florida is .left without colored been made:, thus forming a water route from building or they may be movable; providedthat
' ,:: : .+... harbor on' her Atlantic coast the Council desire to secure recognition already discounted, and will not distract the Mississippi below New Orleans to the roof ladders;: shall at all times be upon

,': when thev shall become in voters. in the. fall election. Atlantic. seaboard., By this means the pro- the roof ready for use.
;
t C i? }:; lmielm can compete with the ports of ./ a SEC. 3. It shall be the duty of the City
.:' Revenue reform will gain not lose duce of the Mississippi valley at the West, such
: neighboring States, and hence minority, they should now work for Inspector of Chimneys and Flues or
,
: brought down the river in barges, may be other the Council appoint, to
person may
discussion.
-1. ,':,;; 1 the true interests of the city in the by the
hun-
'..:, : products :are carried one transported, without reshipment, to the At- nakeatour of inspection throughout !
I A
' .."d:. (,i l and sixty miles beyond her direction of economy and efficiency.r THE BARGE- --CANAL--PROJECT.- lantic coast, and thence shipped to foreign the city purpose at least once of seeing in every that three the months[foregoing:for:

-1 ; tlers to be carried to market in in the public service. We all desirea We republish from the New Or- ports. It is claimed that the saving in requirements are complied with and he
freights insurance etc. and the shall to the :Mayoral: cases! :
shorteningof i promptly report
-; )rgia steamships and to swell the good and efficient city government leans .
Picayune an interesting statement the route, will,add immensely to the tradeof of violation of this ordinance.
t for the of the health of SEC. 4. It shall be the of the Mayor
duty
: unerce of Savannah being placed preservation
: in reference to the barge canal, the valley and attract the product of the to take cognizance of all cases:: of violationof
.a the credit of that port. What the city and for. the enforcement of by which it is proposed to connect; West to the river as the best, cheapest and this ordinance, and any property-owner,
most convenient to or the agent of the owner, reported for noncompliance -
; ) does the Time -Unveil law and good order.A course foreign ports.
.. pro- the Mississippi from a point near herewith shall first be admonished
The projectors of the scheme confident
are
f S 44T : :! se? Why simply instead of giv- city government is not established New Orleans with the .Atlantic at in writing by the Mayor to comply
that the necessary amount of capital can with the first and second sections of this
m: S : aS K to Fernandina a sum necessary to make soft places for officers. Fernandina. Very naturally the speedily be obtained, and say that it is already ordinance within ten ((10) days of the date

;: : ;: jrive the requisite depth of 20 feet The Council are elected as trusteesof project has its initiative at the west- in sight. of the Inspector's report of delinquency) ,
; "Mr. Carriere goes to Europe next week, and any person failing to comply herewithafter
t : low water, give Florida a deep sea the rights and property of the cit- erly end of the proposed canal. and will look after the interests of the company such admonition, shall be arraign--",
l s' : = and restore her equality with izens and not to exercise while' there. and, upon conviction, shall be lined not
partialityor With the connection made from the "
In this
I connection it nunbe mentionedthat less than $2 nor more than $10, togetherwith
'F i ;! :; neighboring ports of Savannah to give the public money to any Mississippi into Jake Ponchartrain, a dozen years ago a'company was costs, which shall be the same as m
.
formed at Galveston to connect GalVeston ordinary cases of arrest.
: t I .: : i Charleston, it is gravely one. We can only secure good coun- I very little work will open a sufficiently Bay by a ca'nallong the Texas and Louisiana SEC. 5. This ordinance to take effect thirty

);. :,j. ;, persistently, proposed that cilmen by a fair co-operation in car- deep' channel into :MobileBay. coasts with the Mississippi: river, and days after its first publication. ordinances
.." thence by.a similar line of canal and land- SEC. G. All ordinances, or parts of
: ; :.. !!, :: inferior entrance now having rying out measures for the public From Mobile Bay_into Pensa- locked water route to the coast of Florida. conflicting herewith are hereby re
tr : ;' ':f eight feet at low water good. It should be the pride of cola few miles Some work was done on the Texas end of pealed.
ft: Bay only a : require the line, but the enterprise languished,especially Adopted May 21, 188-1.
i ,S t t 4: ll take precedence of all other improvements members of the City Council to earn cutting, a portion which will be Texas as the completion of the rail lines to [SEAL.- ] G. P. AVEKY.President.. .
appeared to render such route
a
, i i,' in order to carryon the a reputation for attention to the public in Alabama and the remainder unnecessary. Lately, however, it has been Attest : E3IIL 0. FElE D. City Clerk.

iii ; uncertain experiment of obtaining as !, interest. ,' ..: Florida. From Pensacola, Bay. an may mentioned be comingto in some the of front the Texas again.papers" and Approved May 23,18&4.Wi: II. POPE. Mayor.t .

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1"." ,' ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF-. ,. '. ,
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ROYAL frowni"l : P A ULFUNKE' S : .:

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CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, SEW AND LATEST STYLES IX


K ((4GPQWDER FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.JUST i DRESS GOODS and SILKS,


RECEIVED AN IMMENSE STOCK OF NUN'S VEILINGS, BUNTINGS
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Dress Goods, Silks, Mines, Lawns, Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White i Goods.


Absolutely Pure. FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. ,'tlt1' Laces and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertings

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

TIns I }imritv.strength and wh lore economical than the ordinary kinds, SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS, prices.
anti can nj>t he sold in competition with the !. Our Spring Clothing for :Men and Youths has arrived, and for style
multitude of low test,short weight,alum ornliosnliate
;; powders. Sold only tit cans. (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' .
1 llOYAli BAKING POWDER CO.,
lOG Wall Street,New York. Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.,
_3S_ ___i_... ___ ._a ...t Hamburg: Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO **We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New'

C. 0.,, ,,STRATTON & CO., A COMPLETE STOCK OF York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed. .

OK] MACON, GEORGIA, fiST" Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing .,.

Gents' Furnishing Goods elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer. :

MADE) THE MODE BRO'S, ,
HAVE / Flu., the authorized t*T. d 1rJII.: :EYCI:: : ', ;
Agents contract for the sale of their
CLOTHIG: : : ,/ t Northeast corner Centre and Third, Sts..,
BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties &t NEW YORK OFFICE 83 Walker St \ FERN ANDINA, FLA. /'"

BOOTS SHOES HATS GAPS .
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,
wishing to purchase will get all information -
as regards; : prices from them. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.

Samples of different qualities and styles TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. _'n h ______,_____,._______.
ran be ccn"at the cilice of
MODE DUO'S,
2S!; Fernandina. MALLORY'SSTEAMSHTPLINE !

SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS _
In the Circuit Court, Nassau
County, 1'la. FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
Ix THE :MATTER: OF THE ") ASSIGNMENT -BY-
E T.\TEOl-'J.\t'Kt'X.T,1'niXOF r
GLK, 1)ECI'E! )). ) DO WEll.ALl. .. .
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.WHOM: IT-MAY CONCERN TAKE PAUL FUNKE. '
that on Monday, the ninth day "" ', .
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of June, A. I). 1881, I will make application ..,',.....:
t II the Judge of the County Court in and for
the County of Nassau, at Fernandina, to '
have my Dower assigned i and set apart-out I
of the)land, tenements and personal property -
belonging), ) to the estate::; of Jackson J.
I'tingle,deceased. ''II
i:JANE E. PRINGLE, z =t
Widow of Jackson; J. Pringle, deceased. -
Fornamlina, Fla., May 18, 1884.FOR .

---or-- RENT.APAfih SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS1VEDIXE3

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DUELLING AND STORE, -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS
with extensive:yard-room and gardens .
attached,on Alaclma street; suitable for a CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. 1,080 T<)NS.srrATE .
targe family; or boarding-house. Possessioncan OF TEXAS, 1,;L12 TON .
: : BWD'CENTRE ::
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be gl\ about August 1st. CARONDELET, : 1,508 TONS. 1wI'STElIN

mrEL) )IJXG ,ON ESCAMBIA STREET, : TEXAS: 1,210 TOIVS.
/faring;:the jbay; has:; eight rooms, large halls,
piazzas: ::,exkiellent well, etc. STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT, '
ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
TOm: AND DWELLING formerly occu-
I'it-J l by 1[ Fletcher Third
rs. ,on street.
Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
For I. THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville
tcrnis, etc., apply toFernanuina -
j G. STARK. Northern and Eastern :Markets., and taking advantage. 'of; "J cash' purchases Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
May 2, 188-1. This Line having no Transfers between Fcriiamliiia antI New
,. enables us to offer our entire stock at. such, low ;
i. York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
Machines!-Ice Machines FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others.
Ice The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
i! i I Ii FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION.We PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
*i connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD
| Headquarters for for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA. and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
3TATK OF FLORIDA, have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
Wood tt; llailic's Patent. for LAKE WEIR.
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
,Z "This Machine has advantages
many
R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
'ntl for Circular. Address and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. !
C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
WILLIAM B. C DURYEE, Pier 20 East River,New York. 51-

-''1 Fernandina, Fla. -ii IMMENSE BABG.itlNSr I a

GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. .;,
FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER![


FOR. ,,SALE CHEAP: to 'be':had in Fernandina at the establishment of t, ._" H. E. DOTTERERP
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EDGIX<;fc AND SLABS, INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OJIrF '
I 10 cents per load.
MODE BROTHERS
KOUG1I; IXMBER, _* _* *

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:$ )ELU.\lnEn},:..; ,\
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; 12 to$20 1>fr\1.: feet. JI
DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS
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r EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
WILLIAM. C. DURYEE,

fool j Steam Saw and Planing:Mill. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS; FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .
Office Centre Street. 8
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A. T. :'BARNHILL; & SONS, Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths.WE SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK.AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS

Cur;j Broome j and Second Sts., PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. :

HAVE JUST RECEIVED .
i:. FERNANDINA, FLA., ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
Il.athlUiths ,
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:and Locksmiths \\ -+
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100 :PXEJCElS: J.lI.A.r'rJJSf: : : : t
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Carriage and SMpsinitks. I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES j I It .
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VHICHVE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS.
l])'El.AH JIXG DONE IN ALL BhA'N'LIi'' THE BEST GOODS OF'THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED. "
(o:!at rpvsonable F rates. .
!>rtl fl)11 SIGN and CARRIAGE :
w'I11'] ; promptly attended to,PAINT1 one of- MODE BRO'S NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.FERNANDINfi :i '

'iI 10 members of the firm being a first-class ,. :,.j""' ,'., _._ -
I'ainter. ;: 23 '18-iv'i. FERXAXDIXA, FLORIDA.' Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FLA.

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. i- 'tr: '7( GKXEZIAL lllll ECTOILY.t BAKER COUNTY. I SlttTitf-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. I GOING NOKTH. Trains 1 and 2 daily l ; Trains :3 and 4 si'
t County Judge-It. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstoruf 'lore*-Henry W. Long. Day PtI$. JY ]>fl.of. not run west of Tallahassee Sunth"1 1
i 7 United States Officers.LAND Clerk-F.' J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of letetfe'y. F. Tranthain, .A.M. P.M. will run Mondays. '' IIlIt

GAINESVILLE.Rejister S/LCrijf-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. Leave Cedar Key.... .............. 7.35 G.40 Only l line with SOLID TRAINS Jacks
OFFICE
-1 :;.. ': Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine, Leave Rosewood 8.07 7.15 to Pensacola dally ; and Pullman on\'il'? .t''f:
11e1f1y
: 14 j -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. Leave Otter Creek.................. S 38 S.OO Jacksonville to New Orleans daily:2STake I
t' ; I j Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Collector of Retenue-J. R Herndon San- MONROE COUNTY. Leave Bronson-. 9.15 8.45 the FLORAL <:l'J'y.nOt7TE.*

.. ; Surve+ or-General-Malachi lartin, Talla- derson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Leave Archer .S1.45 9.25 the ); EsIIOhT: LINE: via the l Ft{, n

a; I ..hassCe.I ? Superintciulent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. Leave Palmer..... ........ .......10.01 9.50 Central and Western Division. I n '. I I} DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. Sheriff: George' A. Demerritt, Key West., Leave Arredondo............:....10 15 10 40

t j Jacr Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes. -Walter C. Maloney, Jr.. Leave Gainesville...................10.40 11.45 ST. MARK'S BRANCH. 1)11

Jfz.f.shal-J.' H. Durkee,.Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. Arrive Waldo. : 12.40A. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S' iz

: : Clerk. -Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry P. York, Lake Butler., Collector of'Ret'enlle-' :\[ Moreno, M. Leave Tallahassop.....,..,..........". '.(
i .'C1f INTERNAL REVENUE.: Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West.Superintendent. Leave Waldo.11.35 2.00 Arrive Waknlla.........,..................". '..'uJmArrive at I P''
t QJl .ctor-Dennis Eagan Jacksonville Assessor of Taxes-N. Wainwright, Lake of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key Leave Thurston.11.5G 2.30 St t. Mark's*......-................. vs.' :: !!
fx ; .1 9 j Butler. West. Leave" Starke: ............'......;.....12.30: 2.47 Leave St Marks' _......................"ioUH 2 1 fC pI

; ':' COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Jct'cmw-Dunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Temples 1 ..12.37.Or: Arrive Waknlla........................... .10.!-'a' 5l)\

.' S ; ;: I John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernandina. r. M. Arrive: Tallahassee,....................."n. nI tl'Il
j 1 Edwin Higgins; Jacksonville. Superintendent of .Sclwols-L. B. Rhodes, Leave Lan tey_ .....................12 58 3.23 1an1 ''

: :f ; John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina. Leave Highland..... ............_ 1.14 3.45 CONNECTIONS.At -
r r* BREVARD UNTY.COUllty'JudgeJa1lles Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15
tt., Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Jacksonville with
Waycross Line a
e Arrive Baldwin :?.OO1.50 fr
,3r.: ; State Officers.r A. McCrory: City Assessor if Taxes-Win. H. Garland, :Fer Leave Bald-in.- 5.40 all points North I aril East; with theFmvm !1'dna

p .: Point. nandina. Leave Brandy Branch........... 2.25:? ((5.00; & Jacksonville: Short Line for Fern'm"dina o':
Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott..Fer- and with Steamer
d a l'' EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A.. A. Stewart, Titusville. Leave: Dutton. 2.40 G.15 ; for all points on

.r .N .. '; 1 GO/JcrJwr-\Vm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. eriff-John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. Arrive Callahan.................... :3.10; G.GO the St. Johns River, St. Augustine. etc. tIAt
Superintendent of School*-1 W. Higginbotlum Baldwin with Florida
t .' j\l LietfaiMnl-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian Leave Callahan..................?. 3.18 7.10 : Transit ,\fe I\.n 11
l Callahan. insular: Division: for ti
: Gainesville Ocala
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-- Key \\ est. na. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.05 Fenandino. ,-
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: Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- OILLINGE COUNTY. Arrive Fernandina.............. 4.38 S.40 Cedar Key, and all Gulf rorf.>. w,
At Live Oak with the b
Savannah
lando Floruit
; lahass Orange county.Superintendent County .TlulJc-J.)1. Bergs, Orlando
c. JJ Tf Day Passenger daily except Sunday; & Western Railroad. tl
Schools M. E.
D. Barnes Tallahassee. of English, Clerk-J. Hughey Orlando.
: 1 JlIIJ-Jtr\Jl.er-W. Night t Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. At Tallahassee with St. Marks
'' : ; 1'rcailtrer-lIcnr A.'L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Sheriff Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. hrrn: ,i.
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'< ': j Atto///'c-General-George: 1'. Raney;Tallahassee | CLAY COUNT'. Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort '\. Railroad unlays.At on Tuesdays Thursdays: and l s-r. :51;

1 ''! : County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Reid. Fla.Collector. ., ( DIVISION. Chattahoochee River with the fl
; Commissioner of Lands-P.. W. White. Park. of RCl'C1tUc-A. M. Ilycr, Sanford. Pensi-
(WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURU.:! : ) cola it Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. l' ; ti'
; Tallahassee.Superintendent. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. sacola Mobile tlLouis"ilIl'
'; of Public Instruction-TZ. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of ScltooJOhl1 T. Heck, GOING SOUTH. Montgomery, New Orlean- tl
i : and all
pointsVest,
iouthviN
Fort Reid. Day Pun.\* Pus.
Tallahassee.
Foster, Springs. and Northwest and with all boats for : t'lachicola
-jtljutant-Gcneral-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee.BUREAU Assessor of Taxes-T. Browning.. PUTNAM COUNTY. P.M. A.M. Alas
S ": Collector of Revenue-A S Chalker. Leave Waldo........................12.01 1.00 Columbia and Ent inla. 11
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; Judge of Probate B. Harrison Palatka. ,
'. : OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis Leave Dixie..........................12.22 1.30 The Shortest Quickest :\ Best Route to c'
,1 Commissioner'( A.: Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. Clerk-W. Forward, Pafatka. Leave Hawthorne............ ....12.38 1.5,5; all points We&t.Through :: t.'

( :i sec.:; COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. Leave Lochloosa....................1.?.5S 2.23; ; Tickets and Sleeping! Car Berths:! JI
1 I': Clerk -11. C. Long, Tallahassee. Assessor-A. J. Woods. Leave Orange Lake............... 1.22: 2.53 secured at Company's Depot Ticket- lee.
Sjisci'd Agent Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ivcs, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Bet'cnlle-Joseph Price. Leave parr's......................... 1.38 :3.12 and at new office southwt corner of la\? .
Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake Superintendent Public Schools-J.r.. 1
1 Building, Jacksonville. City. of Leave Anthony Place........... 1.51 3."-S and Hogan Jacksonville. Fla.

i .: SUPREME COURT. Sheriff-J.. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave :Silver 1 Spring[ .............. 2.25 A. O. MACIONEI.L.
C s j ; ltandallJacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown,Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Ocala............................ 2.451.. 0 Gen Ticket and Ilss...\ ellt.I T
I Chief Justice-E. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge" II. Parker, Perry. Leave Lake Weir Station......... :3.28: 5.10 Fernamlina, Fla

:; i Assniatc.Justice-J.1Vesteottjr.Tallahas-' Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. Arrive Oxford ....................... 3.45 5."-9 I C.V.. MAXWELL.

_: SCC R. B. Van Valkenhurgh Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Wildwood.................... 4.00 5.50 i Master of Transportation.: I
: Associate Justice- ,
DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Se/wols-T. J. Faulkner, Arrive Leesburg: ..............:..... 4.35: G.30/ Baldwin Fla.
: 1 Jack>onvillc.Gkvfc County Judge William A. McLean, Jack- Perry.: D. E. MAXWELL,
-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. > GOING NORTH. General '
sonville. County Trelts'urer-D. S. Sutton erry. Superintendent ;
r :. I I CIRCUIT JUDGES. Buckman Jacksonville. County SurL'ellor-D. N. Cox A.M. P.M. Fernandina. Fla. 1 t''
: Clerk-Thomas E. Perry.
: : : Leave Leesburg..................... <>.50 5.35:; ____
t tfirsl Maxwell Pen Uriah Bowden Jacksonville. Collector of BCZ'e1lue-J. B. Hardce, Perry.
CircuitAugustus E. Sheriff I Leave Wildwood..... .............. 7._:! 0.35 Savannah Florida and Western
Smith Jack- Assessor of Tt.It.. L. Henderson.ST. ::
,; d sacola; Assessor of,Taxes-Daniel P. Leave Oxford.............?........... 7.3fi,53: (; ;
t ''a'I' Sccolid' Ci.cuit-D.l\'id, Walker, Tallahas- sonville. JOHN'S COUXTY. Leave Lake Weir. Station........ 7.49 7.17 RAILWAY. I

i ': : sce. : Collector of Rez.'cnue-\Ioses J. Brown, County Jndge-M.' 11. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Ocala......:.................... 8.30 8.29 i
1 Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. tine. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 WAYCRORS SHORT LINE.
Fourth!' ircuLt-Jan1fs M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave Anthony,Place............ 9.1.5 9.19 t tAll i

t r ville.; : sell Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Leave Sparr's......................... 9.25 9.39 trains of this road are run 11Centr1I* ; .
,, I;; FiftK! Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gainesville. HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. Leave Orange Lake................ 9.40 10.03 ((00th) Meridian time, which i is 28niinitir> ;t
slower than Jacksonville time.O .
,. .: County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.02 10.43 (
I,, i ..xthCirclLit-II.:: L. :Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-]. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Retenuc-Joseph F. Llambias, Leave Hawthorne...:..............10?3 11.15
,,J. 1 1 t S'crexih,. Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Dixie..........................10.40 11.35A. and after Sunday.wiIl'lea\"c'( : May and 11. 1S84.arrive: I'acysengerTrains t

: Assessor of Taxcs-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, M. follows .is
,t : i 'Court' Calendar. Collector of Rtt'enue-'Y. H. H. McLeod. St. Augustine. Arrive '\ aldo.... .... ............11.05 12.15 : r
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: :' .. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.Leave .
'f : Columbia County. SUMTER COUNTY. i 1 .fDay Passenger daily except Sunday
; : FIRST CIRCUIT. ,, ; Jacksonville daily at-. 8:30::}( a in I
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Schools J. W. Reed
T i ; Fall Term- Superintendentwof County Judge-J. R. Steele, Lecsburg. Night Passenger daily. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15: a m ::

'. : '. t"; Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lec burg. Arrive at Callahan daily at":. 9:11 a In \'
f ; Walton, 4th Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. Arrive Wayc-ross daily at.11'0.: ;> a m \'
;11 .. Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at Brunswick daily at. 3.00: p m I,

,1 : : in October. ville. Collector of Rel'C1ltte-Jo eph Hutchinson, (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Arrive at Thomasville daily :It...... 3:17 pin a\
: : \Vashington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksti illc. Sumtervillc. Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10 p m 1 I..
Sheriff-J. Mickler: Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- GOING SOUTH. Arrive Chattahoochee daily at... ;.V.ISp m f
1 ill October. Assessor 'laxes-II. J. Bradley Brooks Leave Fernandina....................... G.OO p. m. Arrive Pensacola :
in of ston Sumterville. at daily at..1I:45 m II
.. Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Leave Hart's.Road...................... G.3G p. m. Arrive Mobile daily at... -1:4.3m p:

;: t October. Monday in December. ville.Collector Revenue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 7.40p.m.GOING Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m
I lscatnbia,1st:
This,act amended section 2 of act of February ville. I County JudJI. M. Blackburn, LiveOak. NORTH. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa [
g 10 1879 and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, I Leave Jacksonville..................... 7.10a.m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa
{ Term., Fort Dade. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.12 a.1J1. cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- :
lyr..; :. Spring THIRD CIRCUIT.Spring IIILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Arrive Fernandina.................... 8.50a.m. Mississippi points. Pullman Buffet and '
Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Trains daily except Sunday. Sleeping Cars this train Jacksonville to
JSS- on ,
TermTaylor .
: ; I 'County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of 'enue-'Yilson H. Sessions
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Pensacola Mobile and New Orleans.
1st after 1st Monday in SUNDAY EXCURSION. ,
) Tuesday Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Wei born. I
1A i 1 ; April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of.Schools O. C. Jones Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.00 p.m. F.STIAIL..
Madison i 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Live Oak. Arrive Fernandina....................10.25 a. m. Leave: Jacksonville daily at.......... 2:.">O r m .
: ; Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY. : Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 pm I
.t i 1 I t' Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. Arrive Jacksonville................... 6.25 1i. m. Arrive at Callahan daily at.... 3:10: p in :
", ; I in April. of Schools-W.P. Henderson County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 pm''

i : Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. prise.ClerkJohn. Arrive at Jesup daily 6:35: p m
!in April.Lafajytte. JEFFERSON. W. Dickins, Enterprise. CONNECTIONS Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
j 6th after 4tH Monday Sheriff-W. A. Cone, Enterprise. Arrive at Charleston at. 1:45 In
'#t' : Tuesday daily : a
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: : -J. B. Christie Monticello.ShcriJf .
f : County Judge Assessor of Taxcs-S. D. Hodges, Glen
Arrive at : 11.00 m
In April.Fall T. B. Simkins Monticello. AT FERNANDINA, FLA., Washington, D.C.daily at : p
4, : Term- Cove. Arrive at New York daily at......... O.a: m
I W. C. Bird Monticello. With New York and Fernandina Steamship
Clerk
Collector of Ret'entlC-P. N. Bryan, Glen -
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Connecting at Waycross with Tbrotish
Taylor
Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Line from New York on Tuesday, and
; ; October? I, Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing; Koom:(
-' Madison 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, for New York' on Thursday. Sleeping Cars Waycross to New York. with-
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I County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise. With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah -
Hamilton 4th Monday in October out change.
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1 j Su waft nee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ,. ticello.Collector of llt'tenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.: t

'. in October.j ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. CALLAHAN.To Leave Jacksonville daily ;5.3: *) pm

j Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, "T au- Sheriff. Charles Aligord, Crawfordville.Clerk and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... !9:no a lit
October! keenah. -Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Callahan daily .. 0:20::! p ra

,r: ;'i' Lafayette: Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-E.. Y. Watts, BALDWIN FLA., Arrive Waycross daily" 0.00;( p M
in Octok)cr. Crawfordville. Leave 0.15; m
: W. J. Dixon New To and from Jacksonville Tallahassee Gainesville daily p
County Judge- Troy. ,
County Treasurer W. W. Walker Craw-
j.oY; : FOURTH CIRCUIT Leave NewnansviHe! daily ut......... 0:57): pm
and all South West and
sheriff-J. J. Johnson, Old .Town. points Northwest,
term / fordville.
; SprIng Leave ... 8:20 m
;s. New Branford daily at... : p
I ,, :: St. John's! 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector Rel'C1l11e-R. C. McMillan,Craw- I I daily. Leave Live Oak daily at 043 p m
Superintendent ofScliools-J.C.Ramsey ew AT HAWTHORNE, ,
in March. ford villc.
'r Clay, -ith Tuesday Arrive at DuPont daily at.12:10 a m
i e', J Bradford: 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. Arrive at Albany daily 2:25: a m

:t\ \\J;; Baker; 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock,. New fordville. AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Je up daily at...............11:05: p m
4. i Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. Arrive 7.00 m
; With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Macon dailv .
Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
.; Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Old Town. Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Atlanta daily .12:25 p m
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U : Fall Term- Arrive at Chattanooga"daily at...... 8:50: p m
1 r ,' a St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, PAPER-50 CTS. PER DOZEN. CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
"j LINEN Arrive at Nashville daily at........... 1:25: a m
I : Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. sent upon receipt of ,2-cent With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily 7:50: a m

If ; Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. stamp. AddressFLORIDA West and Havana every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Cincinnatti! daily at....... 7.00am;
; Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd;'Tallahassee. MIRROR. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at Chicago daily 6:10: p m
t ; ::; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. 26 Fernandina, Fla. Havana every Friday ; from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily GI::! ) p JJl

': 1:, ;: Duval1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. every Saturday. Arrive at Savannah daily 6.30am
; ,. ', FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at.12:20 p m

I. (. + Spring Term- Tallahassee. RAILROADS. for and from Key West. Monday and Arrive at Charleston: daily at.12:40 p m
\\i> t., M -.ii Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Tl'easurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at.10:25 a m

'{, :Marion, 4th Monday in March Collector of Rct.'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- CARD 3 and Friday. Arrive at New York daily at........ 5:30: p m
f I'" ;' 1 Putnam! 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. TIME ,-OF THE For information respecting routes, rate, Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45; a m
t ,; '''1 March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Albany daily at............11:30: ) a m
': : 'I Levy, '4th Tuesday 'after. 4th Monday in FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPANY: dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at'Montgomery daily at...... 7:57; a m
A March. LEVY COTJl"TY.ClerkJ. sonville. Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:50 p m
t" h ;: Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in M. Barco, Bronson. In Effect May 19th, 1884. Arrive at Nashville daily 8:10: a m

'h v .t 1 March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00: p in
I Y : ': Fall .Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. TRANSIT PENINSULAR DIVISION. Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
9 vI Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Rct'cnueTI. B. Barco Cedar (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at St. Louis daily at.... 7:50 a m
a: ': :Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Arrive at Chicago daily 7:00: a m
s.+ ,.j j c, Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden* (Central, Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCIIEE RIVER.) Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this

,. ..: ;" Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. GOING SOUTH. 'WESTWARD. Train to Chattanooga via Jesup.
1st after 4th Tuesday in Pas. Nl No. 1. No. 3.
"'.i Alachua, Monday MADISON COUNTY. Day Pas. I Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesvilleto
7; November. A.M. Accom. Mail.
4 4 $ ". I: SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi Leave Fernandina................. 6.40 4.25 P.M. Leave Jacksonville...... '8.35am 5.55pm Pullman Savannah.Palace Buffet and Drawingroom

{ 3 t< 1': :: Spring Term- son.Sheriff. Parrimore Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.10 5.03 Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.12 a m, 8.03 p m Sleeping Cars on this Train Washington.;: .
; :...' Orange: 4th Monday in January. A. Madison. Arrive Callahan.................... 7.55 G.04: Leave Baldwin............ 9.18am'7.45pm Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville
"f, J Volusia, 3d Monday in February. I Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison Leave Callahan...................... 8.05 6.30 Lake City..........10.44am 11..l( pm to Savannah.
.\ Brcvald,1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schooz.-Samuel J. Perry, Leave Dutton.................. ..... 8.35 7.05 Lh.cOak..ll.40 a m 1.30 p m Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to

; : ,Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. Leave Brandy Branch........._ 8.50 7.22 Madison .;.......... 1.03 P m 3.45 am Louisville via Thomasville.:
: Treasurer Smith
i +j Fall n..m- County S. S. Madison. Arrive Baldwin..................... 9.10 7.47 Monticello ......... ,1.40pm 5.30 am A Restaurant has been opened at Way-
: \ Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Ret'enueB. D. Wordsend, Leave Baldwin....................... 9.20 8.30 Arrive Tallahassee....... .,.25'p m 8.14 a m cross, and abundant time will be allowedfor
a ;'s: Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. Leave Maxville.................... 9.47 9.00 Leave Tallahassee......... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m meals all trains.
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t ,} ;,1 j Brnvard. 4th Monday in September. ison.Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad Leave Highland....................10.07 9.25 Quincy............. 4.35 p m 10.30 am Connecting by at Savannah passenger with steamers by

k ;-t. i Dade, 2d Monday in oyember. Leave Lawtey........................10.20 9.45 Arrive Chatta. River 5.45 p m 12.23 am New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti
I ", MANATEE COUNTY. Leave Temple.....................10.36 10.14

1 t ,Fk I ,\ 5:". :, ::. County Ollicers.AIACHUA. .:' County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Leave Starke.......................10.42 10.25 EASTWARD.No.. No 4. more.Connecting at Charleston with steamers
i, t Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Leave Thurston_.................._10.54 10.43 Accom. )1ail.LeaveChatt'chee for New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
J;,.'. t' Sheriff-A. S. Watson Pine Level. Arrive Waldo........ ..............11.14 11.15Leave River.10.30 am 1.30 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
''t:,, :! County .Iud 9 Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Assessor of Taxes-W.t P. Parish, Braden- Waldo........................11.25 1.15 Quincy -...........11.52 a m 3.15 p m and Steamship connections, and Baggase
i; ,,..yilleq town. P.M. Arrive Tallahassee.....12.55 pm 4.50 pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths! !!
t 1--.;; ? GirlJ.. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of 'Z'cntte-Iarion G. Carlton Leave Gainesville................12.10 2.10 Leave Tallahassee ........ 1.05 p m 5.20 p m and sections secured at Company's office i tl1
; .* Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Leave Arredondo..........-........12.23 2.36 Monticello_....... 1.40pm 6.30pm Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at Depot

; a Assessor of Taxes-S.'H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Scward; Leave Palmer........ ..............12.41 2.55 ': .. Madison ............ 3.43 pm 9.55 pm Ticket Office and on board People

-S rcille.! Pine Level. Leave Archer........................12.55 3.17 h Live Oak..._...... 5.00 p m 12.10 a m Line Steamers II. B. PLANT, CHATTAUOOCIIEEand
1 I Gobraorof r. rcnue-ll.C. Denton, Gainesville Leave Bronson....................... 1.44 4.00 Lake City........... 0.02 p m 2.30 a m JENME L\NE.
i MARION cot>-TY. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.24: 4.45 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.39pm: 5.33am JAS. L, TAYLOR,
;r : i,, Superintendent of Schools W.. N. Sheats, County Judge -Samuel F.'Marsh all, Ocala. Leave Rosewood................._ 3.04 5.25 Leave BaldwinArrive ............ ............ ............ General Passenger Agent.A. .

j, ai;,:Gaiuesvife.' '.. ,.' .Clerk. -Robert Bullock, Ocala., Arrive Cedar Key.............,.... 3.30_ 6.00 Jacksonville....... 8.23pm 7.35am .,M. IVES,'Agent.
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: ., THE FLORIDA MIRROR: : MAY ,24 ,1884. '.. : I .. ., "'. : '-
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rJro. CI.sIO."S OFii.ij.v Snow & Long. Apiellant.] vs. Walter Lyon, tion. Vessels from non-infected ornnll-sus-' ,,"..;:.: ./.lJ..:..,... 1;" ... 'DRUGS MEDICINES, ETC. -
/ ; Administrator! etc.. tlf Lake, Respondent pected ports will not he detained longer \;;/,. :'. \l'S'l ; \ ., ,,.': ,
Ul'll IS JIK CO Ull T.j'xSUAUV'TKUM : ; '" "" ".-"- "
TilK: S Appeal from St. John's county.RANDALL than necessary for the quarantine officer to ,. : .;.; :t;;T.':. .': :liil'" ..;f. ...,.. '. .- .

C.. J.: satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary con : .Jf.i.,' -,,;. i-" ,._:'. .. ''',f...'f. L\,1. >CSTAI3LIsIxnD: J.87 5.
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I) 1884.IVnVifula : c' .
;: ,A. 1. A grantee in a quit claim deed or deed dition. Vessels from ports south of 25 .'" ";;),:"m, !' tM ..'. .;,. ll : .t.\.. ;\;...;:!.., .-; I
'. fder .
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t .ifrlantie! Railroad) + Com- of release, occupies the same position in north latitude will have' to comply,with sec- '.. .-,,'-,rt; ; 'rh' : fllttntitf: K. Atkinson.hl ,; respect to an unrecorded prior deed or tion 8, be fumigated at least twice, and detained ...<' ; l'i J:1i" .': c' '.f; ,: ik -. DRUGS and MEDICINES
Wayne 't j ;
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)' 111! )> did his He is not a at 1 least fifteen da's. ': : ;
mortgage as grantor.
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l from Jackson : : J- .S: ;W ;
county. $ '
.i I'onJcnt-Appeai bonafide purchaser without notice within thentcaningof SEC. 10. The coastwise steamers shall be : 'i"'f j
H.\ ll.\LL. f J.* J.: ; the recorlingacts. allowed to come to their wharves and be '. .;.,, .' .): '.. .; ,:; :;" ;, ",:;, ,..' 3

alleging that defendant 2. A though unrecorded is goodas there inspected the Port Physician, un- : .
Declaration mortgage ; t;<' "r i..f., !.:;1" .i'' <: HORSEY & CO.
plu1 } iilalntiff as civil engineer to take between the parties thereto ; and an assignee less otherwise ordered by !him, but no personor ,
'l'C"col'cnn I ; truction of a roadill and author- or releasee by quit claim of the mort- freight or baggage shall be' landed, nor : :

:ItocmpW and hire teams and trans- gagor's interest is not allowed to invoke the persons allowed to go on board, until permission ; .r

1 iZl,1 in the course of such emltloymentrtatiun aid of the registry laws to avoid a prior be given by the Port Physician ; and ,:. =1 PHARMACISTS

.defendant's, expense: and plaintiff em- mortgage.. if it be found by the Port Physician that 1 p ii

;L,I'I'd] and paid for teams, etc., in the perffJrmalll'C Decree affirmed. said steamers have any sickness or contagious ;: .': -" Y Y; ;
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1' of his duties! .IS not demurrable. C. M. Cooper for Appellants ; Fleming & disease on board)said steamers shallbe : : :: .>, : : t

,..:,iirii:contract entitles him to be reimbursed Daniel and J. C. Marcy & Son, for Respon- immediately ordered to the quarantine /< '. ;' ':'.:';;,.;. Centre Street

reasonable outlay; for means of trans- dent. ground.SEC. : > ,. .,, .' : ,. ;.. {it.,{
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for .. ._ is (
11. The Port Physician hereby au-
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!lCrtltilln.'.MA-ttcrr;: written by the chief! engineer! of Post-Office Notice. thorized and required to administer to all '''F'; ,' .. '.' ,I., .'l., FERXAXDIXAFLOUIDA.

"railr )a+company!. : :, not being} of.the res masters vessels arriving in this port (except ; : :. ,. ,, ,' ,,', r.for-
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:l are nut admissible in evidence in favorofthecuutpau3e Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 0:00 p. M. those of coastwise steamers) the oath "'-"r r ; .\ r"" '.: KEEP constantly on hand a fine assortI I
qvts to 11:30 prescribed by the National Board of Health. of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN '
Sunday hours, 10:30 A.'M.:: A. M. -
SEC. 12. From 1st to November of .,0? '" ,1' ,; ;1f;;' '
1st
.> Testimony a-'i to what expenses wereimecessarv Money Orders'and Registered Letters from May : and DOMESTIC
each vessel from infected .: :- I' ;
to be incurred by an engineer year, no an or suspected .t '
Motion of 1 the road in its construe 8:00,: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M latitude will be allowed to either ; .' t',
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tl tion I'ism, i-one competent to show what! outlay to 3:30 r. M.ARRIVAL lighter or bring cargo of fruit up to the ;i:1': Drugs and Chemicals, .

upon another section! there AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. city.SEC. ...
was proper 13. Pilots must in each before .1, ..." ,. .
that the conditions were case, "
evidence+ and Patent Medicines
Homoeopathic .
,
bciii" no Transit & Peninsular Railroad .' ,
make the ;
sections. boarding inquiry as to sanitary condition : 1 :
l both I
the same in Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:00: p. M. vessels in
of must boardif
that a judge shall ; no case they
4 The :hUttitc. requires( } mails from the North the Proprietary and Fancy Goods
Brings ,
,
the vessel has sickness board has
to the jury such in- on or
tcJ
orrcfm t, gc
rivc! Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular '
;: had sameduring in such
Ctrnrtions" asn ay he proposed by counsel, voyage ; cases they
; alteration of such instruc- railroads. must either direct to Sapelo Quarantine Sta- FINE TOILET ARTICLES
tl> ,,W>*edAn: : ewho then gives them to Closes daily except Sunday.......... G:00: A. M. tion, lead the vessel in, or have their small ,
ii iiiUvthjncl: ;;; Takes mails for the North the
,
amended( is a refusal to give boat hosted alongside clear of the water,
jury :is i : ; PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC.
the Gulf coast Transit and Peninsular ,
and in tiis! the vessel in.
ai"pn,)piMil ali 1.I; is error, if the instruction way pilot
them I roads.Leesburg .
material and the SEC 15. Each and or each Florida Lands.
every person
juryiuaV
(orIll1s'
in either train arrives daily....:..... 8:30: A. M. and vessel other who IN GREAT VARIETY.Jj .
be uiHe l to the injury of the party ex every or craft or
: Brings \Vcstern: mail only. which shall he found guilty of violationof
tim If the instruction: is not pertinent any
ce ; Femttudimt & Jacksonville Railroad
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be in these regulations, or their provisions,
there can no error rein -
the evidt'iiee. Arrives daily except Sunday........ 8:50 A. M. shall, upon conviction, be fined not less than
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fining it.JudgnIcnt 3 Physicians' Prescriptions
the Jacksonville and St.Joint's .
:ltlirlllc.d.J.l" Brings $.3 nor more.than $100, or imprisoned for not
:. McClellan, for Appellant ; Liddon & river mails. l less than one nor more than twenty days, The Peninsular 1----- carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
Arrives daily except Sunday........ 5.00 I>. M. both at the discretion of the Board of Health.
for 11)pellee.The
) reasonable
Carter Brings mails same as above. prices.
SEC. 1C. In case of the absence or sicknessof
Closes daily except Sunday:......... 9:00 A. )1. the Port Physician, he shall have authority ANDITropical
:State; cf rtl. Thomas K. Dixon, Ilelator Takes the Jacksonville, S.John's which shall
to appoint a deputy deputy
,'., the Trustees!; of the Internal Improvement River and Northern mail be a practicing physician.SEC. .

Fund, [Respondents! -Mandamus.U Closes daily except Sunday.......... 5:30 P. M. 17. Thes regulations shall take effect Florida

J\: ,\ C. J.: Takes Jacksonville, St.John's on May 1st, 18S4.

1. A paid to' the salesman; of the Trustees river. Northern and Western mails. J. D. PALMER,

,.f i he Internal Improvement Fund the Sunday ..ilailJacksonvlleandSt.Jolmn's- President of the Board of Health. RAILROAD COMPANIES '
of l of land: and received a certificate River, Attest:
prkc< ) of a sale pang' stating that a deed would be arrives....................................10:25 A. M. TIIEO. STARBUCK, Secretary. / C IENDALJS \ _
: l'to: the which Northern mail arrive................. 9:00 p. M. =- Gttr G.. ;
and purchaser, _
,matiI'prtiilcatcvtn delivered under the seal of the StateLand Jacksonville, St. John's Riverand ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THEy ; _=.c. AV\\aGu E .r.
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/ -certificate recordedill the North closes...................... 0:00 A.M.' GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. =
Ollicc. The* was
and John's River .., .. .. COUNTIES OF }
Jacksonville St. -
of the --=- -:: = ==:==:
the clerk lice county.fKwards MOST SUCCESSFUL
proper the land only, clones! .............................. 4:00: p. M. I # THE REMEDY
is'certain
\ ; tinTrustees+! conveyed discovered, as it in its
liy) decal\ td+ B. On tlu application of A for S.VML. T. RlDDELL P. M. etlects and does not blister. READ PROOF

a writ mandamus to! compel the Trustees _____. 'U.__, ., .."' .. -.,' "', ALAOaU: : BELOW. \

tois i ...ueto him a deed in pursuance of the UUY COTTAGE
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certificate! I, it is i held, that as they had con- L .',::'.:),..d:;: PUTNAM, Saved Him $1,800.00.
title I remained in them andthey
u-yeJ I in u, flU Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, .,. .
roaltj! give none to A. "': .. .',i; '. ','
i Ili-gtarutiiin: is notice to subsequent MARION ADAMS, N. Y., January 30, 1882.
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FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. ,' : ;. ;; :' Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
mrcha-ers: hut does not affect the grantor.
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tfi ; GENTS used deal of
-Having a good
: yourKendall's
.:5. Though nuiuUmus be :
may proper Offers pleasant rooms well furnished, with .. Cure with
Spavin I
SU TER great success.
jiroLwling' to compel the Trustees to make ANDHERNANDO
without board. Table Boarders will be
or thought I would let you know what it has '
deed in pursuance of their agreement, yetwhwe
accommodated also transient.
; done forme. Two years ago: I had as speedya
thl'y'hWt: conveyed to another notwithstanding -
Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.
2 colt raised in Jefferson
.rrantJe as was: ever county. .
the contract the has \

:V-sal; title \Vhich cannot be impaired;; or Rules and Regulations in Regard WH tB ALB AN A RBT AIL. the When crossbar I was breaking and got fast him and he tore kicked one of over his

''ir'ilTected is lOt.l i by mandamus party, and the proceeding writ will in be which re- to Quarantine. t : AT PRICES. FRO hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best

I farriers but said he
they all was spoiled.
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used. The real controversy. such case is '
the Hoard of Health -of Port of He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
uetwcen the purchasers.rtremptolv Adopted by hJ
writ denied. Fernandina and Nassau County, Florida, : oo $1.25 to $10 Acre.All used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
per .
Cure, and it took the bunch entirely ofT: and
29th
March
.VV.. C ekrell. for Ilelator George P. 1884. I
; ; I 01 4 I he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
1.III1'for), Respondents.L 1 i,
5M
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used it for bone and
SECTION 1. During the quarantine season 1 spavins wind-galls, and

1'. I Utihliinl and wife, Appellants, w. Alex. it shall the quarantine be the duty grounds of the pilots all vessels to conductto arriving .I. 1o,I II these lands are in the central it leg has smooth.It always. cured completely and left the

Lofton ct u&, Respondents!. -Appeal from in the harbor of Fernandina, except the peninsular. portion of the State, and is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
]Duval .
cmji.ty.UVMUI.L lines of coastwise steamers and bring to 1! I have recommended it to a good many. and
C. k: ; anchor at such .quarantine grounds all such NOTES within fifteen miles of Railroads in they all say it does the work. I was in With-

1. .L tl..' Tccfrt> confess?) in default of pleading vosels. there to remain for :such time as the I erington itKneeland's drug store.in Adams,
i'.ihi, ; *>t 'defendant who has been summoned Port Physician shall designate, and the said DEALER INc == successful operation, traversing a ter- the other day. and saw a very fine pictureyou

l lIy publication, mu t be signed by pilots shall i immediately notify the Port Physician sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
the i miLMtory ritory which is being more rapidly not; they said if I would write to you that
Jndge. 11' >5gne by Solicitors it is by Hying the national ensign at the
\III| this: case there is another order foremast-head, of the arrival of said vessels ; !i Family Supplies, 16i you would send rue one. I wish you would,
M-ued); by the Judge, which is substantially 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.

a decree pm vmfeaun]: person having charge of said vessel a copy Hl Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
= State.
| HEAVY GROCERIES = of the
-' A final:.! decree( rendered against a party of these rules and regulations.Sic. I I Ii I II part -

f.ii'i'i' !); ti( plead or answer: without decree '.'. All vessels quarantined under the I I i The fertility of the soil and accessi-
/"""''="/. Ravibeen: entered, may he irregu- ; provisions of these rules shall remain at said i Spavin Cure. '


'Il erroneous, it may be set aside on appeal, the shore, or with any person or persons I CD OX HUMAN FLESH.
.
'h:1t: no advantage can be taken of the error whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsor make these lands particularly desira-

,"llaterally.! when the record is offered in any description whatever, unless by special E : SHIP STORES I i EYAY. IXD., August 12,1881.Dr. .
evi,lcnce. \ permission of the Port Physician ; and 0 ble for the cultivation of fruits and B. J. Kendall & Co.:

::After aecrec! jm confcsso the com plai n- I nor person or persons, or boats or vessels, ZI{ == GEXTS-Sample of circulars received to

:inmay\ : priicced) ex jinrte, and on his motion shall visit or hold communication with Furniture ., + early vegetables for shipment. For day. Please send me some with my imprint,
\'I-: cause dray he referred to a referee for any quarantined} vessel, unless by special l H I. printed on one side only. The Kendall's
Inn! :and fiiiaj) decree under the Constitution authority from the Port Physician ; and if ccoi large and immediate profits there is Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with u?,

rind/ time statute and a decree rendered by a any quarantined vessel shall hold communication Stoves, and not only for animals but for human
)'f'n' so appointed, when duly recorded by with any other quarantined vessel, no industry in Florida equal to the ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the

{he ('curt.t. : then such vessel shall be quarantined for tf Paints, : of for Northern leading farmers in our county, sprained an
A referee is a judicial officer appointed fifteen days additional, in addition to all Crockery raising early vegetables ankle badly, and knowing the value of the

(D\ the Circuit Court, and the order appoint- other lines or penalties imposed by these o markets. remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it

"i him, though irregular, makes him an regulations.SEC. c! CD did far better than he had expected ; cured

officer tie facto, whose title cannot be assailed 3. It shall be the duty of the Port Hardware, N For new and descriptive circular, the sprain in very short order.
'III a ('collateral proceeding. If the appointment Physician to visit all vessels arriving in the Yours respectfully C. O. THIEBAND.

be irregularly made the remedy for the harbor of Fernandina as soon as possible WillowWare.FuLovmtlitesl. 5 address Price $1 per bottle, or G bottles for $5. All

error is by motion' ill. the same Court or by after such arrival, and inspect said vessels, GOO S. I. WAILES, druggists have it or can get it for you or it
appeal.Ju' : and if in a good sanitary condition, he shall = will be sent to any address on receipt of

\ lIIent afUrmed. give a certificate of health, and allow themto PIM Land Commissioner, price by the Proprietors. DR. 15. J. KENDALL
C. p. & J. C. Cooper, for Appellants ; T. A. proceed on their voyage ; but if he shall M & CO.: Enosbursh Fall, Vt.

McDonell] forRcspondents.c find any of said vessels in a foul or unsanitary O = Jacksonville, Fla. Send for Illustrated Circular.
condition, he shall order the said vessel .
1*. MeClcnny, Appellants, vs. S. B. Hub- or vessels into quarantine until thoroughly == \e' M. A. WILLIAMS Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.

i>ard, hespo dent':"Appeal from Judgmentof cleaned and fumigated and put in .
a referee-Duval County. good sanitary condition, after which he o y Salesman..

n.' II.\LL, C J.: shall give said vessel a certificate of health ic
"here there is a conflict of testimony and allow her to proceed to her destination, 1 I I .. :, :t" .

;tfiven: ui a trial before a referee, and his find- through or within the limits of the port of ; t{ -':
J"K: is in favor of a party the facts, I Fernandina. .: I 11 1 r : ,,'..'". '-, .n. _
upon ,
: -- ;' ,' "H"'. "'J"' MUNN & CO., of tho SciEmnc AMETUCAJT continue -
this court will give the same effect to the Sy.c.4. On and after the opening each year : _._ -r.; .' to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats TradeMarks
., ,.q.1. Canada..
"iinRab: eeially of the National Quarantine Station ; i," O '.; t .- ;< i; Copyrights for tho United State
) (Sapelo
hpre such < .. .. England, France Germany,etc. Hand Book aboutPatents
a pre- Sound) all vessels from infected ports hav- ; : sent free. Thirty-'oypn Fsrs'ex;'erienca
!Mnilerating\ number of witnesses who are ing sickness on boaad shall be directed by ; : ; L ;: Patents obtained thronsh MUNN&CO .!"noticed
} : "
: Li In the SCIENTIFIC ABIERICA-V. the largest.test,a..d
not Judgrment'.lfldr11 iumpcaclied) : : J. the antine pilot Station.to proceed to said National Quar- ;' ., ; : :' ':: ::1 .; most widely. Splendid circulated mivlnj.'s scientific and paper.intorostinz$$3.20 year.Weekly. in-.

John I:. ,. ;. ,: formation. Specimen:! copy of the>clriuiflc A itier-
Hartridge, for Appellant; FlemDaniel SEC. 5. Any vessel arriving at this port, .,'"!- < : tcausent free. Address MUNN A CO.. Uz."TU'1C
III">" & I for Appellee. bearing certificate of the National Quar- -' ; '" :f.J tf, :. '' .:-, ..: '., .'a AMERICAN Office.2C1 Broadway New York.
antine Officer must be brought to anchor at <: ::\ : :
:
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The State and there remain ':':'\ 'h'" "" < x. :, t ; ::; .
station :
) ex 1'1. YeJ'erton, Helator. vs. the quarantine l : .. ,. ., .
:
.1. I U. U roper, County Judge, Respondent until released bv the order of the Board of v- ; obtained for new inventions

\PpCl I from :$L Johns comr.. Health or Port Physician. v : : : pATENTS or for improvements in old

1t.lsntLL, C. J.: f SEC. G. All such vessels as are described in ;l. .'l : f '. ones. Caveats Infringements, Tradc-:\Inrks
._ : :
order L The, statutes regulating appeals from Sec. 4, arriving during the closure of said --- :. ; ; .: 'and all patent business promptly attended
and decrex of the County Court in National Quarantine Station shall anchor B. NOYES to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
Probate Port Station A .;" ; ....;/ :-. '.'. ,: ',.f- '!! :!" ". still in most cases be pat-
the ,
lirocwdings contemplates that the and remain at Quarantine (Successor to W.. A. SAXBORX) .. REJECTED may .
'P Peal hall 1 I)0 "Entered\ in writing by the under the personal supervision or direction Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ;:;. !.' ;' ': ). ,, .f'.r'. ..:. ,...L ,<;;;. .. ented by us. Being opposite. the U. S. Patent ,

any. appealing, < A mere verbal request of the Quarantine Officer. _.." ;, ..;; ;; .... ,:..." .: ;,l..1'J.,:. .Office, and encased: in PATENT BUSINESS -
Sl-tho.Co'1tT! Judge to enter an ap- SEC. 7. All vessels arriving at this port GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, ". .j. ": :. ..: EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
: s lnuil tw,,furnishes no ground for with sickness on board or having had the CHOICE WISES AND LIQUORS. HAY, GRAIN, I"f,, : ,: : .' ": ents in less time than those who are remote

'the nun.lamiw io compel the Judge to enter same during voyage, will, at all seasous of Corner of Second and Centre Streets : T-' from AVashington. .

'IlI'h appral. if llCinSIects,. to comply with the year, no matter from what port, either Steamboat Landing, near iii. ; ::::;7J : :?:; : When Inventors send model or sketch
,
:!. ,rh guest. American or foreign, anchor at the quaran- : :: ; ; : we make search in the Patent Office and

1 (i'OUl1tJnl!'re ma.'' in a spirit of ac- tine station and there remain until releasedby FERN J. DINA, FLORIDA. ." .,. advise as to its patentability of charge
\f'H'olatimi.1 enter an appeal in writing at order of the Board of Health or Quarantine Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. ; : ,; ::;';" ':-'-"': : :" :}:;;! ; : Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-

Y'fIU!>t of ai>art>', but it is not a duty+ Physician.SEC. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in : able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT
1I'M iiner}\ I oy law. A judicial officer ought 8.' Vessels from ports south of 25: large quantities. .. ra: :[ ;L IS OBTAINED.We .
)t ,
'.11'111'4. tn he "Vl
lrlrtii's. 1 I'1 Cllll11?S and proceedings of be required to discharge any and all ballastat ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the .. .. .. and to the Superintendent of the-
the quarantine station. best in the world. : -." :' ':; ':' 1f7;; Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash .

dfinentafflrmed. SEC. 9. On and after May 1st and until November Agent for B. F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED K .:;. :;..: ,-:i.J.. .>, ington. For special references circular,service '

r\.1'. r\T yle'l; and ll- P- oberts, for Belau" 1st of each year and longer if the PLOWS.. terms, etc.,address '
f'r 'ltes Cooper 1 and< Cal hour A Calhoun, Board of Health so determine all coastwise Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON' j ;. } -- :;. C. A. SNOW & CO., ..
l pond'nt., Vessels must anchor at the quarantine sta- VILLE. -S3 ; ; : .' Opp.PatcntOfhce. 'Vashin :tonD'(. 2t'r
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,, THE FLORIDA. MIRROR : MAY 24, 1884.
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The Confederate Home Entertain for services during; the last: fiscal year, with Such i is the law. Its design i is not to make "

., ih 'to FLORIDA MIRROR. ment. the recommendation that $)oG:! ,87 be paid men religious nor do we ask' it to be en- THE
# forced for that purpose ; but simply and
w? I The entertainment given at Lyceum Hall him, less the amount collected by him solely in the interests of decency and moral-

;4 t. + i Y 1 f.VO A YEAH; 7,00 FOR SIX MONTHS on Thursday evening in aid of the Confederate for fines, which was agreed to. ity. Yours, with respect, WONDERFUL

r ; -: Home Fund was, a most enjoyable The Finance. Committee also reported. that LET AND OTHERS.
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Fernandina.
May 1884.
4 a Reflection iffair. The old favorite, Way Down the the bonds of Tax CollectorWestberg and HOOPER

,1. ,i ;j ---- S'wanee' River" was sung with taste! and Mash 1 Denefield be accepted and recorded The Confederate Home j.'nncl.

4 Y ::1 a The United States Survey Schooner Drift, melody as theprelu An old-time minuetof in the County 'Clerk's office, which .was The following additional contributions'have

"t l! having completed 'her observations, arrivedin the days of our great grandfathers was agreed. to.Upon ( been handed in for the above; fund : FORCE PUMP.

port again yesterday to await orders. beautifully<< executed with admirable pre- motion of ,Alderman Hoyt, the Previously acknowledged................$219 i 50

'; The Finance Committee of the City Council cision and grace in the courtly costume of Committee ,on Public" Improvements, etc., ,\r. Bailev Tucker........................... 5 00

i cancelled yesterday afternoon{n $1,800 00 the days of George III., by Misses Taylor, was instructed! to perfect the agreements :Fred "r..Hoyt............. ................... 5 00 THE BESTWELLPUMP
W. A. Junes.................................... 8 00
t Jas of city: scrip and $285 bonds and coupons. Hill, Pope and Swann, and Masters: Jordan with the parties, awarded the contracts for W. K. Bauknight........................... 3 00 MADE.UNEQUALED .

We acknowledge the receipt of public Jeffreys, Maxwell and Hill'er.The crowning the night and day scavenger work. R. V. Dahoney............................... 3 00

( .r r documents from the lion.. II. Bisbee, Jr., feature of the evening was Mrs.\ Jarley'swax Upon motion of Alderman Robinson; the W. Martin.. ..................................... 3 00
contracts for \ the street lamps for G. L. Baltzell............... ........ .......... 3 00
i works. These wonderful productions, lighting
M.C. I F. P. Damon.................................. .3 00 FOR SPRINKLING GARDENS
;: ; 'Miss Rene" and Miss Eva L. Fairbanksleft we were informed by the venerable Mrs. the fiscal!! year was awarded to Stephen W. C. I eal....................?................ 3 00 : ,

: for Sewanee, Tenn., on Tuesday last for Jarley, were imported at a great expense, Wright at 50 cents,per lamp per month. Daniel :Ellis: ............................:...... 3 00 WASHING WINDOWS
and were considered in London, Paris and An ordinance entitled An Ordinance for J. A. Slaughter............................... :3:; 00 I CARRIAGES; EIC.
.i the t summer. the Further Protection Fire" M. N. Gambrill..;............................. :3:; 00
Against was
; Mode\ Bros have been appointed the other foreign capitals chefs tfceuvres. C. V. ,Hillyer....;......:....................... 3 00
-Z. The array of celebrities and novelties read the second time and amended. The V. R. Bristol................................... 1 00 A MINIATURE
for Messrs.\ C. C. Stratton; & Co.
T agents : placed around the stage struck the beholders ordinance as amended! was then put upon Proceeds amateur entertainment...... 109! 80

r',l.J; manufacturers of brick at Macon, Ga. 'with and astonishment. Mrs. Jarley its final passage and adopted.An FIRE

The Palatial takes from this port awe Total .....................................$380 30 DEPARTMENTEXAMINE
r I 'City of kindly announced that they were artificial, ordinance entitled "An Ordinance .

i : i more than ten times the quantity of freight, and were operated by wonderful mechanism Making Appropriations for the Fiscal Year Range-- of ThermometerFOR -- I

each trip, than from Jacksonville, Palatka concealed within the figures. Lord ending April 1, 1885," was read the second TIlE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MAY 23, SAMPLE .

'; ',: : :. and, the St. Johns put together. Byron and the Maid of Athens, Queen time. An. effort, was made by ,Alderman IIORSEY'S: DRUG STORE.

r ".The steamship San Antonio took this week Elizabeth and Sir Walter Raleigh were as Robinson t .,::1meud it.so, as to increase the'' AT
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-K : "as"part of her cargo 3,000 pounds pompano. large as life" and 1, as Mrs. Jarley remarked, 'appropriation for., : itr'p c 'from $900 to I.:. = = bind i FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.CIDER

i : ; The' fish are caught principally on the Gulf "twice as natural." The machinery seemed $1,300, but the,amendment! was lost, the"President : : =C'1( : .

y I : coast, and sell at very high prices in the at times a little rusty, and required oilingup casting! the deciding vote. The Satun1ay.\Iay: 17 :1 82-1'1'1! K. E.

' I M' : K'ew York market and rewinding, but Peter: and John ordinance was then put upon its tinal passage Sunday ..............18 69! 8.3 X. E.

IM < : seemed to thoroughly understand their as recommended by the Finance Committee Monday ............19!) 70 91 X. E.
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1 Messrs. Joseph and Sol. A. Mode leave to- and adop ed. Tuesday ............20 I 71 831811'8 1 W.Wednesday..21 .
times little riled at
business although at a IS.
,
; 1 .--'I djiv for New York to purchase the iron 71 8.3 81 E.

fro ,t..show windows, etc., for the new brick some of the, figures which lost their centre Upon motion of Alderman; Robinson, the Thursday .-.........22 [ 70 183 Si I S: R
,1 of gravity and had to be tacked down. Theirgreatest resignation of Alderman Kelly was ac Friday...............23 70 18G SO j'U 8. E.
While
store of the: Mode Bros. North they ,
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i trouble seemed to be with cepted. ,
a very
:?: ; will; purchase; an immense stock of dn'r'j -- -- '
t :, ; gooIs.jWu I : i lively piece of machinery, which Mrs. Jarley Alderman Robinson moved that a special JI..ll.INE.Pol.t !

> ( {' introduced as Mary and her little lamb, 1 election be called. to fill the vacancies. now
have been requested by a number of of Fernandina.
in the Council. The vote
existing City
1 which seemed to be prepared to enter a nine.
HIGH WATEK.
". ;[\ bur I 'citizens to urge upon the ladies and days' walking match, and required great upon the motion resulted in a tie, thus Saturday, :May 24..... 7:23: A.)(. 7:50 P. )!'.

.'! ,. gentlemen who have so generously contributed watchfulness to prevent its going off the leaving the deciding vote with the President Sunday, 25...... 8:21"" :32" REFINED

.;. ;: : their time to the successful! enter- the A Mr. Avery. Mr. Avery did not wantto Monday, 2G...;.. 0:12" !9:43; ". "
distinguished
stage through wings. .
or '
Tuesday, 27.....10:02: 10:32
tahimcntof last Thursday, to repeat it at this responsibility hastily. lIe AND
assume
prima donna from the Land of Song ren- Wednesday, 28..10:50. 11:1G"
ail early day, as many persons were unable thought it. was better to wait until next '
-, dered some very difficult passages of operatic Thursday, 29......11:39! 0:00.: Cr..AHAPPLEG
a .,. to I b'e present.: music with great success. A dancing girl meeting: that! \; the :sentiment of. the! people Friday, 30...... OOG" 0:3G":

.,. J ", I ;Tile| Board of Aldermen is quite large when wound up performed, with great correctness could be obtained. Alderman 1 Robinson, t ENTERED. "
J -: .',' enough as at present constituted if the members o and grace, and Mrs. Jarley assured who several times:/luring f/the evening, when May 18-S. P. St.. Nicholas Usina Savannah X :Im :R.-

: will be faithful to their duty. A new the audience that it was one of the most he found that Council was not inclined to ; with passengers to W. n.I I.

election would be an unnecessary expense, costly pieces of the collection. Little Bopeep do his biddin;;,' had thrown out gentle Tucker, agent. BY THE KEG,
19-S. S. City of Palntka, Vogel Pa
t -- and.if called merely' to gratify a feeling of performed the respiratory motions of the hints of what he would do in the next campaign I latka. I AT

: partisanship it would arouse feeling which human figure with great success. One of and how he would change the com- 20-S. P. David Clark, Daniels, Savannah -

1" would be detrimental to the best interests of Mrs. Jarley's greatest triumphs was the life- plexion of the board. got wrathy at this ; with freight and passengers -
to W. B. Tucker. agent. FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.USE
ths, city. It is a brood motto to let well like scene of Maud Muller and the Judge. seeming delay. He threatened the Presi- :22-S. S. City of-San ,Antonio Wilder, .

1. '. : j enough alone. The Judge, his gallant steed, and the lovely dent, unless his motion was carried, the 1,680 tons, New York ; freight

Maud perfect, and "Art held colored members of the board would resortto and passengers, to II. W. South-
were simply' upa i
;The barkentine Joe Read arrived in port and themselves wick, .
,t successful reflection to Nature," as Mrs. filibustering by absenting agent.22S. I
Wednesday. She is one of the finest vesI from the would : :! 1'. City of Bridgeton, Daniels, Sa-
; meetings prevent a
of the I
The
remarked. sympathies
Jarley vannah with and
se1s,hat comes to this port, having a capa- ; freight passengers -
His desire to force
was evidently
touched the quorum. to W. ;
audience greatly by n.Tuckcragent.
were appearance -
citylof: 400,000 feet of yellow pine lumber of the historic "Babes in the :Mr. Avery to cast,his vote in favor of call- 22-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah I ," ..

;' oii ft draft of fifteen feet. She is partly the election. ; with passengers. to W. ', ,: .,, '
infants ing /,.. .J ,
Woods. These interesting and tender .( "i -L, i' 1> "
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B. Tucker ent. .r ;J .
c"
owned Col. J. C. Head the well-known a c. ;
by I '
: had, however, evidently grown some- )Ir. Avery said.that! he thought the Coun- 22-BarkentineJoeRead, Allen,Philadelphia i '..' ..,', ",
,
lumber shipper from this city, and is named .
I -
ands ,
cil had
what during their long travels with Mrs. good working membership, ; ballast to J. C. Head. ,
pa for his son. The vessel was built only last "
the the calling cf an election would involve 23-Schr. Luther T. Garritson Craw-
fortune-teller cast
A handsome ( '
November in Maine. Jarley. considerable to the city he would ford, Savannah ; to load with
; ,
horoscope with skill,and foretold the future. ? pense 1 old railroad iron. COMFORT,
W? arc glad to see that the United StatesSenate The patriotic furore of the audience was not vote until he had satisfied himself more 23-Schr. Carrie E. Woodbridge. Bryant -

? ,. ;. has passed. bill for a public build; aroused to its highest pitch when Lady fully as to the, right course for him to pur- New York ; to Mizell Bros., ECONOMY
err ,
,, irig.iit Jacksonville to cost $175,000. We sue; so the motion and his ,
,.y Washington, Mr. Washington son 23-S. S. City of Palatka Vogel, Pa-
':--i'. '*i I hope:;our prosperous and enterprising city George were brought on to the stage. The Alderman Robinson then gave notice thatat latka. SAFETY_

j on the St. John's will obtain the full amount interesting incident of George's early life, the next meeting of Council he would 23-U. S. C. S. Schr. Drift, Fremont.

:,fk'? ; named in the Senate bill. We are quite the cutting of the cherry-tree, was portrayedin introduce a resolution ordering a special CLEARED.

.? willing it should have the first turn for a a realistic manner, calculated to draw election to fill the vacancies in the City May 19-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah -' THE CELEBRATED:

:; P* public building, but not for bar improvement tears from the eyes of the youthful Wash Council. ; with passengers by W. B.
; The President appointed Alderman Mc- Tucker agent.
;, ; ington. The inspiration of labor was a "
20-Schr. Andrew Nebinger, Smith. MONITOR:OIL! STOVE.
\* Giffin to the chairmanship of the different
4'p Hi' :3 We understand that Mayor Pope will capital idea to be introduced by the labor Philadelphia ; lumber, by T. J. I
veto the ordinance making appropriations reformers. In addition to the eighthourlaw committees made vacant by the resignationof Burrin. I
I 20 S. P. David
Clark. Savannah
for the fiscal year. His objections are principally a piano or band ought to be requiredby Alderman'Kelly. Daniels FOR SALE ONLY BY
A bill from Peter Williams in reference to ; with freight and pas-
s{ in reference to the amount allowed law in every workshop, laundry, etc. sengers by W. B. Tucker, agent

I t .. for the city police, which he deems insuf A very beautiful cake was sent in, upon work done on the Park was referred to the 20-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, Fred W. Hoyt & Co.

I k ficient. The ordinance makes an allowance which was placed Confederate and Union Committee on City Property.An Charleston.
22-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Wildman, .
I i for this department of $900. The Finance flags handsomely painted. It was sold at Open .Letter. Savannah, with freight and passengers -

i ? ,a r1) Committee of Council claim that this is all auction, and brought a neat sum. The gross G. W. Schuyler, )Magistrate: by 'V. .Tucker, agent

; i.' that: the revenue of the city will permit to receipts of the entertainment were about DEAR SIR:-In ,behalf of good order and I 23-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan-
: which TIlE MIRROR fund to nah ; with passengers, by W.B.
used
ar be for that purpose. $125, brings up
would respectfully
I ,morality, we throughthe I Tucker, agent.
I 1' about $380. public press, call your attention to a vice : 22-S.S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, CRAZY PATCHWORK !

Base Dall.Ii The entertainment was very creditable to which prevails to an alarming extent in our 1,680 tons, New York : freight
its who worked fora and passengers, by R. W.South- A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
+i The match game of base ball arranged to painstaking projectors, midst-the vice of profane and obscene HAVING
wick.
.. noble end. agent. and pieces of handsome brocaded
Ir havcfbeen played here some two weeks language. 23-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, silks, satins and velvets, we are putting -
I. : g sine [between the Rubbers of'Jacksonville The facts are, that one can seldom go near Charleston.IN them up in assorted bundles and fur-
a. o '. and will off at the The City Council. nishing them for Patchwork" Cush-
tt t ; jc Fernandinas, come any ordinary crowd of men or boys on our PORT. "Crazy
The City Council met in regular meetingon ions Mats Tidies, etc. etc. Package
r rou jls near Lawtey's cotton-seed ware- streets without hearing language to a high Brig Angelia Evans. ,
Wednesday evening last. Present: President Barkentine Joe Read Allen. No. 1-Is a handsome bundle of exquisite
e lions on Monday next. The will be The ,
game degree censurable. ladies of our city silks, satins and brocaded velvets (all differ-
Schr. Lester T. Garritson Crawford.
: G. F. and Aldermen Rob- ,
: Avery Hoyt, '
l; tulle at 3 o'clock sharp. are often afraid of passing along our Schr. Carrie E. Woodbridge Bryant. ent). Just the thing for the most superb patterns -
,
inson, Dorsey, King, Austin and McGiflBn. for 56
fancy work. Sent post-paid
thoroughfares for fear of hearing words IT. S.SclJr. Drift,:Fremont.To of
': ,The following bills were ordered paid : cents in postal l note or 1-cent stamps.
\ New Orleans Ex )osttiort. which uttered in their presence, are insult- timesas
: Fred W & Co. for Package No. Containing three
'Hoyt supplies l ent.
t;.* r, ,,';," W are pleased to'note the success attending Fire Department...........................$30 78 :. ing to them. Those who reside near the The frame residence much as Package No. 1. Sent postpaidfor
z. : t e appeal of the Florida Herald for a Fred W. Hoyt & Co., hardware, and place where men frequently congregate are street two-story north side on Centre $1.00. These are all of the very Janet
corner of Eighth street
i, .:; pope xr !subscription for the New Orleans supplies for lighting streets ............ 17 15 compelled to close their windows, or else'be conveniently located. Terms liberal. ; quality, and cannot be equaled at any other
R t silk works in the United States at three tuna
A. B. 1 bbl kerosene oil......... G 76
Exp ition. A prompt and vigorous can- Noyes offended by and indecent Also, that comfortable one-story dwellingon One
': Sam Major, sanitary work ................. 2 75 profane speech. Ninth street Centre six our prices. They will please any lady.
at :', "ass' uong the people by the county corn- P. C. Suhrer, services as Acting Mayorfor Our merchants complain that often in their near rooms and order always brings a dozen more. LADIES'MANUAL
pantry, for$10 month. Apply to
per 400
1 ,. mitts is will readily raise the amount November and December........... GO 60 doors and at their_counters, when their stores II. E. DOTTERER. : OF FANCY WORK, with
1 r I illustrations and full instructions for artistic
p ; need |1. We are glad to see that the press A communication was read from Col, .J. are filled with customers, the most objec- fancy work; handsomely bound, post-paid,

+ ,:: gene) ]lly l recommend the plan of a popular C. Read, modifying his bid for the protec- tionable language indulged in. The prac- New Goods. I 50 cents. Order now. Address

'. '?: subs i iption. We heartily indorse and con- tion of the dam across Escambia street. tice is, extending itself from men to boys Large lines o(new goods in every depart- THE ROCHESTER SILK CO.,

.{ cur i the Herald's movement. The Mirror Upon motion the Committee on Streets and the evil example is exercising a baneful ment at J. & T. KYDD'S. I Rochester, N.Y._

.,.;;. is re ly to join in a similar one in this and Public Improvements was authorizedto influence over our children. Our best citi- -

,: coun '. accept either of the propositions made by zens say that this growinsr evil must cease.

''':;Jl. Mr. Read, as they deem most advisable for The Mayor of the city pledges himself'to .' \
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; : 1r 0 Crates of Vegetables Shipped '
,'''' '1 the interests of the city. execute the municipal laws without fear or )
f t ;;?" I In Five Days.
; [The first proposition made by Mr. Read favor. In addition we would urge you to '.'-s ''- ..
: 4.. : 1'h' following vegetable shipments were '
'- was to fill up the roadway in Escauibia- punish the offenders under the State law ; -:,1Vcv' ,w r as eL t I2
4 ntad he week
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street, across the, marsh, to the top of the and we appeal to you in full confidence that ';TERMS f'k
l' 19th steam- -:;; r'
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M It;; shi City of Palatka.............. 2,800 crates. plank facing, and to keep it in good repair our appeal will not be in vain ,:'I'*j G2j L ,Z .;
'1 Thu lay, May 22d, per steam-. during the year at $75. The second was to In :McClellan's Digest, Ch. 79, Sees. 2 and ,. t- <,

(f}; slri San Antonio.................. 5,000 crates. fill in directly against the wood curbing, so 8, we find the following:, "Whosoever, ..' :' .. ':

J Frida May 23d, per..steamship... ... as to protect the bulkhead from damage by having arrived at the age of discretion;profanely : I'P----el4ZCMzaeza : ;
; .r t' C'i1 of Palatka ..... .. .. 4,700; crates. :_
;.fit 1* extraordinary high tide. This work Mr curses, or.swears. in any public street, .",

'To I in five days.................12,500 crates. Read proposed to do for $25. The road shall, on conviction before any justice of : :' :, '!
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t We trust that this statement of actual there is in a bad condition, and an extraor- the peace, be punished by fine not exceeding d7 .
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l I shipishipp' nth will open the eyes of our interior dinary high tide is liable 'to break through $5 nor less than $1.. Again : "Any .".i'I':'; J, .

rs to the value and importance to the dam in its present condition, thus necessitating person who shall publicly use or ntter any '7 '

:"' them of Fernandina as Florida's Atlantic a probable outlay of several hun- indecent .or obscene language shall be f'J,., .

shipp ig port. dred dollars., For this reason the matterwas deemed t...guilty, of a misdemeanor, and uponconviction :'d,; ::;' ;.

Giv Fernandina 'an increased depth of left Jo the discretion of the Street Com. thereof. shall be fined in a sum ,, : .. f

waterstcjim and a daily line of the largest class,of mittee.-ED. MIRKOR.] not to exceed $25" or be imprisoned in the -; .,...

lips will be put on if needed to meet The Finance Committee reported back to county jail not exceeding thirty days;in the !,' :, '.

the.w. titS of Florida producers. Council the corrected bill of Mayor Haley discretion of'the court." ni.'.!c. *:./
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