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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 31, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
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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>.
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VOL. VI. N E R NAN Dli T As FLA.,: SATURDAY MAY31.lSSi. NO. 27.ll .

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--- ST.I7'E NEU'S. nary diseases incident to higher and lower that several physicians are settled in our I' Market gardening constitutes at presentone Call for a State Democratic Convention -

latitudes. midst cultivating oranges as a business, but of Florida's most successful and profit- at Tensacola.
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No case of yellow fever cholera sunstroke affording excellent medicinal i aid when re- able industries. On account of her climate, The Conservative Democratic Party of
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is must fa\'orahly.situated
; county or other epidemics, or prevailing quired. i she is able to put these in the Northern and Florida will hold a State Convention at

.In the centre of the population( of Florida? fatal diseases, have been known.here and all Population in and near,,the city-that trade Western markets, and on their tables several Pensicolu on Wednesday: June 25th, at 12
'' north by Columbia,Stnvanceand
It ?bounded climatic conditions conduce to health and there, 1.200 to 1,500. ; weeks earlier than the farmers anywhereelse o'clock M., for the following purposes :
counties, from which it is \ -
Bradford ongevity. A chain of lakes northeast and east. are able to do, and her facilities for To choose delegates to represent the State
Fe river cast by the 1 I
f-wita:
separated bthe. ; THE SOILs Choicest: lands to actual settlers sell at from daily, nay, almost hourly transportation in the National Democratic Convention tobe
and Putnam south by I
counties? of Clay ; [ sandy ham, with ,clay 'at from two to $15 to $20 per acre. .:Village lots and ?im- arc unexcelled, so that when all the rest of held at Chicago, July 8th, 18 -t.
Ivy and Marion and west
the counties of I three feet beneath the! surface. It is covered m>ved property at moderate rates.Waldo the country is locked up in ice or snow, or To nominate candidates for the offices rf:
Lafayette from which the
bv the <-onnty of with a. growth of wild grass and timber. Advert tier. -. i\ 'an swept by biting fronts, the Florida truck Governor Lieutenant Governor and Presidential -

.siiwawc separates. The area is 1,300 square The soil is very fertile and specially adapted '---7: -- farmer can load the table of their less fortunate Electors at Large to be voted for at.
with almost class of FLORIDA. the'noxt regular State election. '
'mill- diversified: every :
and brethren with the
the State. We find rolling agriculture, horticulture fruit culture. t- countrymen To choose a State Executive Committee to- "
incident .
to '
land It[ .nunh. truthfully. said? that any kind of I English pea, the new Irisish potato, the conduct the campaign of 1884.
wk and hickory, densely tim HEU RESOUnCES .Axq' CAPABILITIES.
1'1111. To transact such other business "
lettuce radis-h the tomato as-
pine crisp :.appetizing maycome
farmer may be ;suited in lands according to There is State in{ in whichso I
lauds and the richest hammock.VII no country I before the convention.
the cucumber the bean the
b pine ,
snap
lller intelligent and industrious his capacity. The cultivation of corn and varied crops may be* produced, or in The different counties in the State will
of which: m cauliflower and all the delicacies of the
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is and the send to the convention tl.c
cotton a profitable industry cropsare. delegates upon
fruits
made rich which may be and
culture may be to yield re- M> many ? grown
made with comparatively little labor. kitchen garden and of course, at large following basis :
lakes and streamsatTrli11g with more profit; than are and can be
It ha numerous produced One delegate for the tint one hunurtdvotes
turn. Fruits and and luxuriantly prices and great profits. As soon as these
.XC'cllclI water t power and abound .vegetables grow rapidly in Florida, -'':hile. there are man)' or part of one hundred past in each
; tbh. The citrus family and peaches fruits grown within her ,borders which? cannot begin to pass away, or other more northern county for the candidates upon tin- Conservative -
?mg withElevation find in the soil that nutriment they desire: oilier sections begin to get their more tardy Democratic State ticket sit the
level 250 feet. he in State.In .
produced
nhothe sea any
election in ISr-O additionaldelegate
and which precipitates growth and growth into market the Florida grower begins general ; one
Lake Santa; Feist the highest body of water produces the consideration? of this subject we to gather his ripe and luscious strawberries for every filhlitiilHtlllltl1In'll ,
quick results. Gentlyundulating, the last fraction the hundred
and i used fur sleanf navigation being on will begin by telling of,those which or over one
> crops and the people of the North, East,
the lands possess fine natural, facilities fordrainage when it amounts to fifty or more >o cast for
the Mminiitof the water-shed between the retain all the cannot be successfully nnd'prufitnbly grown. and West astonished as these are set before such candidates, the number to be determined -
they manure
yet .
Atlantic: :and the! Gulf of Mexico. Florida because of her soil in most' .of the their admiring gaze and keenly-whetted ap-, ? when tla'nis a difference by the

W.ddo is the :second town ?in the county. given to them and yield grateful returns. State. and her peculiar climate. is'riot:specially petites in mid-winter ; and of course; these votn for such candidate on said ticket who
TIMBER. stood highest the vot '. But if
on county (
Junctioh of the Santa Fe canal with the best adapted to wheatjttrowing, and asa make a handsome return to the t farmer in
its
any county increased vote at the general
This section is finely timbered and its
railway system in the State, and has a good : crop it would by:T no means pay either in clean protit ; and now he is ready to turnover election of 1882 it shall have the benefit of *

]ro-jiect for more railroads. forests furnish a variety of growth. Yellow quantity or qual 'fy.' True oats and rye are the land if he so intends or desires, for such! increase.!' The counties under\ thi rule
pine from 80 to 100 feet is abundant, will be entitled to representation as follows :
Surface of county, broken, hilly and elevated. grown in large area, but. tS a crop l they are his corn, his cotton, if he desires a bale or

<<1. IS.uulhtonc which supplies the best quality of lumber subject to disease and blights to which they two as a sure of good return. He Alachua.. .............16 I.vy.......... ........... 8 ..
) and flint/ .and offers great inducements to mill men. t source Baker.... ...... ...... 2 Liberty ................ 1 .
I linu tone, phosphate Oak of many varieties is found in our are not subject in more northern latitudes, puts into the ground the seed for his melon Bradford..... ........ 9 Madison...............II.. 1Brevard

crop out over Tare; areas and different soils,. )'et'ln ample>supply crop, and looks after his grapery and his ......... ...... 2 Manatee.............. 0

lids the only navigable canal in the State, county, also hickory magnolia, red bay\ may be grown, for ho'meCOISUni! .)tiem at a organge trees, from which he is soon to begin Calhoun......... ...... 2 Marion................11
'IJl'st facilities of county black walnut, revi cedar, bay, ash, elm, -' Clay.................... 4 Monroe ...... ..........12Colunibia..10
the any than the
and railed cost less m:.rkiprico ,when purchased to gather another yearly crop, and thus i
locust and cherry.In Nassaxi: .....?.........6
in the S ate. the stock for either oats or rye; ,Florida i is not every month almost in the year is the Florida Dade....... ............ 1 f Orange........ ........11Jt

Thcl.kl.trail t rl'ld, in theState, three miles many portions of county to he coml'arcllfwith most of.the Northern ? farmer, sowing and reaping crops which -1)II\.dl............ ..*...A v* 1 'Oliv...........*......... ,.)

from tfaldo.Ten still runs at large and pasture upon the States and many of the .Middle States as a bring him in quick cash returns a condition Escanmbia.15 Putnam..... ......... s ,
tJwns and native grass. ; Franklin............... 3 Santa Rosa.......... 7
thriving with one daily producer of Indian corn, yet there are counties of thing which cannot be written of
Cost of clearing: $10 to $25 acre Gat l&den. St. Johns..... ........, 6
per ;
weedy papers* in the State where the product per acre I any other portion of our fair country. But Hamilton S Sumter......... .. ..... 7

Excellent hotel) and a large number of fencing with rails, 30 to 40 cents per rod ; is remunerative as a crop. Such counties as I just (here let us observe these things cannotbe Hernando........... 8 Suwannee...... ...... 8IIillsborongh..10

plowing, $1 50'to $2 50 per acre ; orange Taylor...... ._.. .... 3
visitors 1I'Cnpm Leon Jefferson, Madison! Columbia Bradford done the indolent
trees, three to four old for, transplanting lt by lazy or man. The Holmes 3 Volusia................ 5
; from C"tf y State in the Union? are years Alachua, Marion, Levy and several of fact that our blessed: climate offers the year .Tnckson..... ........15 Wakulku.............. 4
30 to GO cents each.
located here amoig medicinal springs and the Gulf coat counties produce corn on an long opportunities to man, implies that he Jefferson.10Latayette Walton................. 4
Time required to bring into profitable 4 Washington ......... 4
health resorts. average of twenty bushels' per acre, and in must have the industry and energy to per-

There is )good 'hunting and fishing and bearing of six to in eight full years ; average production trcei- many parts of them much more. ,At this sue and improve them, while at the same Leon-. ... ... i .. .

beautiful l scenery. grove bearing 1,000 per writing, corn grown in, Jefferson county can time no country in the world affords:: a more The counties will select their tieiegaics.
of fruit in $1.50 100' either in conventions, as-
price -s-meetngs or
average grove per
This county y shipped last season over 40- be purchased in the crib by the thousand desirable place in which a man, who by industry be considered bet by the people acting;
number of trees acre GO to 100. may
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000 packages of oranges, 300,000 crates of per bushels at thirty-five au/t forty cents per and energy may have won from through the usual party organization.\

vegetables and :$-1 )OOO worth of sea island Extra good care and culture of course bushel. zv-... these God given opportunities a compe it is recommended that the citizens in each
produce better results. Time of gathering assemble for this at the
cotton. f Cotton asa crop, has\ litl vill always I'ay': tency-to sit down under their own vine and county purpose =' .
House other. usual of meeting
October to April. Best months for planting Court- or place
Except on the i rands and immediate sea if judiciously handled. fig tree, and spend the evening of his daysin on Saturday, June 14th ; but if they fail
December to June to
board, there is notching raised commercially orange trees according Very nearly the whole of that. part of the sweet repose and a dignified ease.-Florida to assemble on that day, they should meet

with profit in conuties South that Alachua seasons. State known as the peninsular, produces the Dispatch. as early as practicable thereafter.It .
Other products: sweet potatoes, sugar is: recommended that where conventions
does not raise. long fibre or sea island cotton, used exclusively -
V held the meetings for
are precinct
cane, rice, bananas melons, peas, and all
'WALDO. for the. manufacture of sewing COST OF RUNNING A TRdIAs appointing delegates be held one week prior
1 cereals and vegetables are successfully and
There, is no other; town in the State of profitably grown.Strawberries threads and laces, where length and tenacityof a passenger sits} at a car window and to tions.the above date suggested for the con ven-

Florida i>osscssedj: ( of superior resources or peaches and pears are grownat fibre are essential, and which always sees the mile-posts whirl past, he seldom Arrangements are being perfected to secure

higher capabilities; than Waldo. We doubt most remunerative prices and placed in commands from twenty-two to twenty- stops to reflect what it has cost the companyto largely reduced rates of travel to and from

not thai the next few years will witness market at earliest dates. seven cents per pound, each acre if pro- pull the train a mile. A party of gentle.mcn the convention countcommittees,and this committee due notice will of giveto the

such developmentIof these resources as will perly cultivated, producing from 500 "fo 650 the
some of them experienced businessmen
Grasses cultivated, Guinea Para, Crab and results reached at an early day.
astonish all who witness it. Bermuda. Labor, common, $1 ; skilled, pounds in the seed to tlje acre, while all the sat in the lobby of the Kennard House The undersigned, composing the State-

TIle steady stream of capital and immigration counties of Middle and West Florida will yesterday when the question as to the cost Executive Committee call upon all conservative -
$1 50 to $2 Retail Flour
per day prices :
now pourifcg into Florida, the rapid produce the upland, or short staple cotton, of running an ordinary heavy citizens, without regard to past
$7 to $9 per barrel ; meal, $4.00 per barrel ; passenger political differences and associations, who.
construction of rJJlways> and a. constantly comparing favorably with the production in train was raised. Several of them made of
favor the continued our party
pork, 9 cents; beef, G to 10 cents per pound, supremacy
increasing: cosmot,litan population will do any other cotton State in the Union. estimates but every one of them was far ?in this State, and who are willing to aid the
Taxes for 1883, $1 70 on $100 of assessed
for Florida what t' have done for National Democracy in its struggle for
already '
iey The of
Sugar cane, though not cultivated on an below the amount. average cost
value of this for
house.
: part u new court victory in the campaign now opening, to-
many States and jTerritories. The natural extensive scale with a view to large com- running an ordinary passenger train of from unite through our party organization in

advantages of \\'a,lCl, and the many inducements In gardening excellent results have been mercial transactions, by but a very few of six to ten coaches is from $1 to $1 23 a toile. sending. delegates to this convention.S. /

it offers to capital and immigration! obtained, and this business will be largely! the farmers, promises in the near future to This may seem large at first, but when seve- PASCO, Chairman, Monticello..
commends to ay who desire to locate ina increased by reason of the remunerative F. P. FLEMING. Jacksonville.J. .
obtained. be one of the most prolific",sourer of profit ral items are taken into account one will A. HEXDERSON. Tallahassee.
prices Transportation facilities
favorable; s-ectioif known to the American planter. In most suspect, after all. that the estimate is too WILLIAM SCOTT, Sanford.

Waldo |located;: very near the geographical unexcelled. Railroads afford to the fruit of the southern counties composing: a vast small. One of the principal items is the

.reof 1.a4 Florida I and in the grower and truck farmer unparalleled facilities Convention.
cent ; centre area, this crop needs to be planted but once running of the locomotives. It has been the Call for a County
of the '"Gifeat Belt about of transportation to the North and North Democratic of ..
Ornnge sixty- in three or four years,'and will yield abundantly study of master mechanics to reduce the cost The Conservative party

five mile$ from the Atlantic ocean, sixty wr t.. for each year. The crude, or brown, running an engine, and each claims to bea .Nassau County will hold a County Convention -
from tlw viulf: aAd i is favored Price for first quality unimproved land, June 14th
constantly sugar commands from six to eight cents per little closer in his calculations than the at Callahan on Saturday,

with tempered; Isea breeze and from its for groves, $15 to $20: per acre. Prices vary pound, while the syrup brings from thirtyto other. The average cost during January of 1884, for the selection of delegates to represent -'

elevatioii-i-250 above the level-its according to distance from line of transportation. the State Convention
fcet sea Nassau County at
| fifty cents per gallon. The present drainage running the engines: on the Bee Line for
locution? iamongthj' pines, and its isolation City lots $150 to $300 per acre. Half system already inaugurated in the example, was 15.77 cents per mile. Freight to be held at Pensacola, June 25th, 1884,
. from water is acre lots 100 to 200 each. the District Convention.
stagnant peculiarly adaptedto also to
southern portion of the State in the vicinityof enginesrun at a cost per mile of 17.73cents delegates
the necessities invalids. Our lands Many settlers from various sections are entitled
are The Districts are to delegates as-
less viz. 17.24
the cost cents
great water basin known as the Lake Passenger engines ,
pretty level l. gently thers' coming? in, and 'there is an indication that
undulating, 3ome- follows :
: Okeechobee will open up millions of acres per mile, while switch engines, which are

what hilly? and art? unsurpassed: in fertilityand our orange belt will soon be,thickly settled. of the best sugar lands on the American -credited with so much mileage per day, regardless Precinct No. 1..................-......11 Delegates-

produ.cti vencs Routes of travel from the North and continent not only because of the soil consisting of the distances, run at so low a cost Precinct No. 2.......................... 2 "

: .IuATE. Northwest to Waldo, Florida : From New of an alluvial deposit of ages upon a as to reduce the average to 15.77 cents per Precinct No. 3.......................... 2"* :-

The climate' h semi-tropical and salubrious. York direct via the C. H. Mallory & Co.'s tenacious clay sub-strata but also becauseof mile. The engines ran 34.63 miles:: to a ton Precinct No. 4.................. .....- 2 "

J W steamer; first-class cabin fare including the fact of being. situated in a. climate of coal, and 16.38 miles to a pint of oil. Precinct No. 5......................... 3 ,*. ';:;,
Range of for the last six board and stateroom, $25. 4 ,- '..,
therniomcter
Precinct No. 6.-
free from damaging frosts: resulting in ,the Added to the expense of motive power is
years, accurately 'tested, was: lowest, 20 The leading railroad companies sell trip giving of sufficient time for full maturity the outlay for wear and tear of cars ; it is Precinct No. 7.- 4 -*. ,

degrees; highest, 1\)0\ degrees; in the shade. tickets from New York, Chicago, Cincinnati and complete ripeness which of ,course e estimated that it costs three cents a mile to Precinct No. 8.-...... 2 u- ..'

W'ather-Fall. wiMer and spring, dry and and Louisville to Fernandina and multiplies the amount. of yield of saccha- keep a sleeping-car running, and the wages Precinct No. 9.- G ., ...

pleasant with occasional rain. Summer, Jacksonville and return at low rates, from rine matter, and thus largely increases. the of train-hands, etc. The expense from the Precinct No. 10...................._- 3 ;
!Shower which points other lines of first-class railroad tk
and
sunshine. yield of sugar and syrup to the acre. item of wear and tear is:: increased by the Precinct No. 11-. 2

Radiating from Waldo as from a centre is run daily to Waldo in three hours. Already have the old and extensive sugar increase of the' speed of the train. The The voters of the several Districts are requested

alarjre territory of"! undulating country as SCHOOL HOUSES AND CHCKCHES. planters of Louisiana turned their eyes special trains on the Lake Shore running at to assemble at their voting placeson

free from disease aft any country on earth, A fine, school building. Baptist Methodist upon these rich lands, and have had their a speed of about forty miles an hour, and Saturday, June 7th and choose delegatesto

and a country, i(r';!) which can show as Episcopal and Presbyterian churchesin experts and agents over in our borders spy- the fast mail, at about thirty-seven miles, are represent them in said Convention.By .

many !specimens of' robust and vigorous four different directions! We have daily ing them out_ and they have openly.pronounced the most expensive trains on that line. It is order of the Executive Committee,

manhood as arc to >e found in any portionof mails. them, the best sugar lands, in the not generally known what the Governmentpays II.J. BAKER, Chairman-

the United StaVcs. The general topo-' Ten business houses, drug store, millineryand country. the Lake Shore people for running the J. A. EDWARDS, Secretary.

graphical and clii'iatic conditions as they notion store, two livery stables and a The seed of the far-famed Havana, Cuba, fast mail from New York to Chicago, but it

exist: in Waldo, anal the country from Lakes blacksmith shop. A hardware store is tobaccos have been introduced into Florida ought to receive at least $800 to fully compensate We understand that the demand for rail-

AU an.} Santa *Fe and the Santa Fe soon to 'be started, with a full stock I road land on the Transit road is very great
.of soil and climate, and large yields of a most i it. Another little item of railroad

river, and. the whjfle. contiguous section of sashes, blinds, etc. Also a bank and jewel r excellent tobacco for the manufacture of operation is the expense:: of stopping and and the efficient agents, Messrs. S. I. Wa'iles

Country, are such las to render it one of the store are to be started. Arrangements a're cigars and kindred articles of popular consumption starting a train, which an experienced rail- and M. A. Williams? last week disposed of

must desirable to.Ut found in all the land.. being made,to have a. large new first-class have! been the, result, with large' road man said yesterday could not be effected large lots at Wildwood to different parties.We .

This statement Ij is not based upon mere hotel built finished, and ready for use next profits to the planter and many are engaging at a less expense than,from 17 to 23: learn that all the money from the sales
theory of these lands is to be applied in constructing -
b.llt upon. the actual| experience of winter. in its cultivation. cents at each stop.-Cleveland Herald.
the old '.rc idcn!$' of half centuror The Waldo Advertiser, a weekly, is pub- the road from Wild wood southward. on
a Every member of the pea and bean,faiu- ----- --- ---

more. TJie# exemption of Waldo and surrounding lished here; a valuable paper for those desiring ily are at home in Florida soil and climate, Notice of Removal.I which portion of the line there is: now a

,country :from malignant fever iso information about Florida. growing; prpfusely"any: and everywhere and beg to inform my friends and customers strong force at work laying iron: which will

doubt due to its altitude and health-giv- Our hotels and boarding houses afford yielding immense! ; while the )pea vine that I have removed my place of businessto soon complete the track to Pamisofrkee Lake.
111>;.: breed, the Swann concrete block near the foot : The success of the above named gentlemen
rs, which'ome across this' section good fare at reasonable. rates. Passengerswill cut and harvu-tttl at the proper I stage of .
almost of l"ntrcstrcd.: Thankful fur past favor! *, indicates that no better agent for making
continnallyi' We assert a fact when find a conveyance at the depot on arrival growth has been named Florida! Hay," I I h.li'e tn merit a continuance of the same.R. with

.r we say, that it is fibsolutely free ,from the.nulepitl of trains. and makes a moat excellent long. forage for !,
1 ( ; Fla. .April 1138-1. the busines?.-liu.idlJl.
tuicsudtthetvIphoidaud pulmor For the information i of. invalids, we. add cattle and stock. t.
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N r' a ; :, ,; KHEX SPRING- BEGAX. 'I From London' it went through Hert- I Boulogne and other French watering- how to express my thanks to you for I stole away to my hotel and hastily -
i fordshire, joined the present 'North places, so that there is no need to 'describe your gallant. conduct." scribbled as follows:
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( ; \',hile! raiming in the woods one day, road at Puckeridge, and on by Bunt- it. Suffice it, therefore, to remark The speaker, of course, was Enid's ., My Dear Smith : You will think

rf "' "' *I*asked\Vlio c.ti rjie tell question when, Spring half in began1Stjai play. ingford. Royston, Wendy and Caxton, that if .the system is not abused mamma ; so I murmured out a few I'm resuming a long-interrupted

lilray; the answer came /can !'* to Godmanchester near Huntingdon, by Frenchmen and women, there is no common-places about only having done friendship for very interested reasons
i, then, called Durolipons? ; thence by reason to suppose' that it would be ,what any other fellow would have But I can't help it:; and when I teliyou
; Water Newton, Durobriva; Castor abused by Englishmen and women. done under similar circumstances andso that my future happiness depends

r H I, I must."' said he, "express surprise Duromaugs; Stamford and Grantham. Everybody knows also that. bathing at forth, and soon as I felt w enough on your answer, I am sure you will do

.y That Or even sup1!'line one, should with two fail good to see eyes, Here one branch goes on to Lincoln, Boulogne in our Englishman's sense of made the best of my way home throughthe all in your power to help me. What
.. Snring'i; Doming must depend on me. the ancient Linduin, and York,. whilst the word i is dangerous. That is to crowd., English town in olden times was
; When' I qpune<<, then will come the Spring, the other, that with which we are in- say, there is a nasty undertow out, Of course: this led to my makingthe known by a name beginning with R
c L ; AVjd:><< thati's the gist of the whole thing." :terested, goes to Carlisle by Ponte- about in a line with the sandbar at the acquaintance of Enid and her and ending with M ? Something

., I -Ho ho''J He, he! Well, I declare!", fract; Tadcaster, and so on.' jetty head, which has proved fatal to mamma,, whose name was Mount joy ; !, about a crown. Please answer by.. return "-
"; j .A'fqnirr'l l chuckled, high in air. 'He would detail every station, many a strong swimmer, and- strong for although I would willingly have if you can.
,.lr' flat i3j.oo drpll-that you should bring, discussed the disputed questions of swimming therefore is almost! out of the into "
; I,, Int-tea l; ? I :uln't meant to boast, but now their whereabouts, talked of the an- the question, although the patrons of my deed of momentary enthusiasmwas HAROLD JONES."
,, TIte can's* of truth ""jJ1not allow tiquities dug up, until I was fairly the bobupanddownstandinacirclestyle sure to bring me, I felt under an "The answer came in due course;
: ThatSpryig M.r: silence; for so I me merely must state always wait. sick of it, and heartily wished that of bathing are as safe here as obligation to ask after Miss Mountjoy, from his city office.
;* A The thin admits not ofa, doubt- the Romans had stuck to the defenseof I anywhere else. He who thinks to and moreover I was smitten with her. My Dear Janes Only too delighted -
A rt :Spring C1't begin till I come out." their own rotten empire i instead of have a good breather against the danc- So I dined with them at their hotel to do you a service. The

t 'ry .*' Well. bess! stars! For conceit," coming to England in order to go ing, crested waves is deceived, as the and went about with them as if we town to which you refer is Chichester,
i m y- pure
; '! i t ]'>.:;an tM\ : Brook, you two do beat away again and leave fuel behind notes of the guardian's tin horn warn were acquaintances of many years' anciently called Regnnm, which I
t Art I ha\,) heard. As if there true them to light the enthusiastic fires of him directly he starts outward. standing.; I think :Mrs. Mountjoymust need not tell you is the Latin for
t :Spring nijver and came can't at all till youWcrii when such bores as Smith. He had been at "I was walking3on; 'the jetty one have made some inquiries aboutme kingdom ; hence the allusion to crown.
born, come j'ou'relejii.
,
; < the trouble to draw a map of Roman fine bright morning"after my bath, before permitting this intercourse, Regnum stood on the Staoe street,
I'm sorry sir, you've been misled, England with the four great roads d-- thinking of nothing in particular, unless for she was one of those proud, haughty, a continuation of the Stane street to
Hut I can clImes" 'set.you right. I know liniated in different colors, and this it were the. lobster and, cutlet women who do not even deem the London ; one of the four great Roman -

j I.' When Spring mf ice melts when,I and begin not to till flow.then, map he carried about with him and panee breakfast-,awaiting me in the saving of a daughter's life an excuse roads. It ran through Hainakerand
t i Spring dares to venture forth again." brought, out so readily that I almost Restaurant de la Jetee, when I heard for stopping to gush and extra .grati- Bignor and Pulborough and Bill-
r had to pick my words and to avoid the sweetest of voices almost inmy tude, and I remember the smallest inghurst-
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the Breeze in dis-
sneered
:; \\"h'wf!? high
r ?r'; dain. mentioning any names into the com- ear : perceptible curl in her lips when my I read no more, for the. old fellow
.. You'revron as they, it is plain. position of which the syllables' caster' Well, mamma, it's time to bathe ; name was announced as plain Jones. went on to describe the whole course
"When Mlrst:t came not long ago) or street' entered, for fear of giving so come along !" She was very severe on snobs' and of the Stane street to London, but
: ; 1 r' and naught but ice and snow.
Teas my you warm breath: ,you thankless thing; him an excuse for unfolding his pieceof "I naturally turned around and be- harmless holiday folk, and people who with a beaming face presented myselfat
That broke your band and brought the paper. held one of the fairest, freshest specimens dined early and who did not dress :Mrs. Mountjoy's apartments.
--y t TIl.M.M. Spring. At last it grew intolerable. No of English girlhood that I had according to the Parisian fashion Eureka !I' I exclaimed, as I en-
IlobiMS and the all
,:r Come only when they Squirrels hear me call. matter what topics of absorbing public ever even imagined or seen depictedon ,sheets ; she was brimful of societynews tered. 'The town is Regnum, :Miss
a In ''a't. I may assert with truth interest were in the paper, no matter canvas. She was dressed in light and society's doings, and knew Monntjoy, now known as Chichester.:
; ,. I a n the Spring: itself, in sooth.Spring's how seriously I wanted to talk with dress of pink something or other whichset more about dear duchesses' and What followed need not be detailed -
-4t here because I'm here, and when him business affairs. Roman off her supple rounded figure to lords' than I
; J leave, l1'l1 have no Spring again." upon charming any woman ; suffice it to say that I left
,; : England\ asserted itself, and my weak- its very best ; and a white hat (chip ever met with who condescended to their hotel the betrothed of Enid
;1 1, h SMITH.' ness in showing myself a patient lis- hat., is it?) formed a pleasant contrastto spend a summer holiday at such a Mountjoy, subject to the approval of

J I l t :, J : tener only served to fan his, flame. So the clusters of wavy brown hair plebeian watering place, as Boulogne. ,papa.
.!; W,1IAT, A BORE HE WAS. I missed one day at lunch, I missed which fell on her neck and nestled However, we got on very well So eager was I to learn the verdict -
1i. ; t -- two,. and when I met Smith in the above the gentlest and healthiest of together ; I was the more enchanted of this final court of appeal that
I : "I had i just returned from a long absence streets, as I was sure to do after these faces. with Enid the more I knew of her, andI I traveled to England with Miss
.. 1 in' China, and I was smokbpipe a absences, I had to fabricate an excuse, Very well, my dear Enid,' said flattered myself that my ardent Mountjoy and her mother, and put

wit. )i an old chum of mine whom and to make a promise to be at the mamma, a big resolute-looking lady, devotion was not unreciprocated. Still, them on a train en route for a Kentish
i"c I had left a spruce young bachelor, usual place the next day ; and when but pray be careful, for the sea is I had not pluck enough to make any village where I was to go next week.
and whcj was now a staid, flourishing that next day came, it may be imag- high, and that horrid horn has been serious advances, much less to put the It may be imagined that at the
inarried'man. ined how I had to bend beneath a going all the morning.: all-important question, although I had day and hour named I was at the lit-
4 ut' : :i" B)y he way," I said, after a gen- concentration of the bore which should Never fear, mamma, dear,' said plenty of opportunities, as :Mrs. tle rustic station.

: ''j. el}al exchange of yarns and experi- have been flung upon me at the mealsI Miss Enid, '1 can swim like a duck, :Mountjoy, being of a ponderous physi- Can you tell me where Mr. Mount-
ei I)ces, 'Just to finish up with, tell me had missed. At length I resolvedto you know,' and she tripped off downto que, was not given to much active joy lives ?' I asked of the station mas-
.: about oijr) old friend Smith. whom we cut him altogether ; and sneakedup the sands. exercise, and Enid and I were con- ter."
Z used to pall the bore." and down byways and alleys for I am not a masher, and it is not stantly left alone. 'Mountjoy, sir-Mountjoy ? Don't

: My companion: Jones, laughed fear of meeting him, like a felon. one of the chief items in my holiday At length the period of my' holi- know the name at all, and I've been
heartily: ; at the mention of the old I saw no more of him for quite a programme to sit and watch girls bathing day was drawing to a close, and I felt here ever since the line opened," replied -
name, aid! said, But do you mean to year. One day, however, in the monthof especially when they are attiredas that if the step was to be taken it must I the official.
ar yo've heard the ? I met him. in in those horrible blue
say never yarn July, England be taken soon. "A sudden chill came over me.
''j ; "Well, I; was very nearly letting the Why, Jones, old fellow !1" he exclaimed shrouds which we call bathing dresses, Enid had a hobby ; she suffered Had I made a mistake in the name of

f .:a cat outbf: the bag straight off; but as shaking my hand heartily. but I confess that,,,I crossed the jetty from acrostics on the brain. Every the place? Was it possible that I had
', you; evidently don't know anything "I made sure that you were dead, or to watch the movements of Miss Enid, week a pile of arrived from made a mistake in the name of the
K about iti fill your pipe again and I'll that you had retired upon your for- because I had grown suddenly inter- England-society papers papers, which :Mrs. place? Was it possible that there
''.S1 tell you;! Mind, it's a bit egotistical ; tune, for I hear your firm have been ested in her ; I watched her across the. Mountjoy devoured for their fashion- were two places of the same name ?

but since you have asked me to tell making tremendous strides lately. sands and up the steps of the machine. able news and Enid for their acrostics, A most horrible thought came over
:. you; the tory, you musn't accuse me of Now, old fellow for the sake of auld It certainly was a rough sea, and and her excitement every week, as the me, which I almost blush to record,
biowing'my: own trumpet or of talking lang syne, take pity on me ; I'm a very few people were bathing, abso- lists of correct solvers appeared, was that I had been the victim of a heart-

( aboijt, matters which modest men lonely bachelor, as the wife and lutely none were swimming, and me- amusing to me, who had hitherto regarded -. less hoax ; that my goddess was none
generally; leave to. other. people to daughter have gone to the seaside. chanically I descended to the sands. acrostics as simple puzzles for but a siren. Perish the thought I
: : talk about. You'll be astonished when Come and dine with me, and I'll put Miss Enid did not go out as do most folks. muttered, and drew out the address
-
hea the end of it." for the night-changed ladies first toe-drawn back young
1o ypu you up my young a But when I introduced to the Mrs. Mountjoy ,had given me. Nase-
ti Soy\' refilled our pipes and Jones address, you see. suddenly with a shiver, then all the i by, Harrielsham, Kent,' and showed
of reference books
./ rf* ; began. I But the awful vision of many toes, likewise drawn back, but not formidable array it to the station master.
+ ;'f Yoti; know that Smith was always hours in Roman England stood before quite so rapidly, then by inches the quotation books, gazetteers, geographical "'Lor, yes, sir,' he exclaimed.] 'J[r.
and dictionaries
t .,, great: ,t'riend of mine-that is to say, my eyes in its old horrible shape ; andI entire frame but the head. No, she bibliographical other I Smith lives there, he do ; left-hand
a r he and i lunched together in the city told him-and I hope as an act of bounced out of the machine head first when I often found Enid with a I road, sir ; she's very proud and gh,

*V* m ey;'ry drat$ a famous old coaching self-defense that. it has been pardoned like a parti-colored ray of light, and severe frown seated I at a table think littered that sir; you'll excuse my saying it, sir.
: : iron: in ,fBishopsgate street, which has me-that I was going to start the next in a moment was striking out over a with papers, began to And as the name of Smith is rather
{ *,? souls tiiiie since gone the way of most day for my holiday. wave, nounder a wave, as if born to after all, there must be something in common, sir, she allus travels by some

wr- ,;i of .the ;famous old London coaching Later on, however, I did go for my the manner of it. Farther and farther them." swell name. Last year it were Fitz-
:V- ; inns.: $mith was a very good fellow, holiday. I had been very hard worked she went out, as if. triumphing in the 'One evening after dinner she said : Simmons, sir. It's all right, sir.'
biit he had a weak point, and the undiie during the past year, and I felt in disturbance of wave'crest and floating Oh, I would give anything to find "Greatly relieved, I thanked the
I' this Weak need of rest and recreation then the horn Mamma out this light It's the ]last acrosticof
prominence of point at : genuine spray ; blew. station master and hastened along in
i ,. '_:! t a ll.1: + acts and under all circumstances which are denied those who employ on the shore was in an agony and the quarter, and I'm already well the direction indicated. In a short
y be looked their annual in screamed. Both she and the horn up for a prize, and I do so want to
,. caused- rim to upon as an breathing space hurry- time I came to a substantiallookingold
bore. However he and countries and well have been, silent beat Mrs. Mums' and Nil Desperandum -
insufferable 'as ing scurrying over might just as Queen Anne house standing in its
I .',... ;: poisesse'd$ a great number of good towns -at lightning pace, and whose for the wind was blowing shorewards, who are old solvers, and are own grounds. I had scarcely passed
t:', points, :and as he was old enough tobe time is occupied in packing and unpacking and the girl could evidently hear always winning prizes. Do look at it, through the lodge gates, when I hearda
:my father and held rather a prom- in catching steamers and nothing but the tumbling and the :Mr. Jones, and see' if .you can make well-known and well-beloved voice

{ ; inent position in the city of London, trains, in squabbling with landlordsand dashing of the waves. I looked about anything" out of it. exclaim:
r, and could give me excellent advice paying long bills. for the usual man in the boat; he was I took up the paper and looked at "' Here he is, papa here he is '
'. and materially in I found what I needed at Bou- hundred the acrostic as if it were a Telegu
help me my upwardstruggle's paddling away calmly a yardsoff. and Enid, all radiant with health and
i. as junior partner in a young logne, where I had as much gayety or The horns blew and blew, and a poem or a native edition of the Koran, beauty, appeared in with-
w city house, I winked at Smith the solitude as I chose, the finest of air, and small crowd of urchins and fisherwomen and I read outAncient whom do you think ? "company

a Bore, and stuck to Smith the honest, was within easy hail of business ; and assembled. Enid was getting name of English town Smith, the Bore ? I hazarded.
and thoroughly I enjoyed myself. further and further Something very near a crown. "
,,,, experienced good-natured. very away, althoughshe Right you are, said Jones. And
r *' Smith's hobby was Roman Eng Time sped by very pleasantly. Bou- was striking hard for the shore. You see,' said Enid, the sidesare you may imagine what a laugh we
: ': 'x, land. :-Now, had it been anything logne walked on the jetty, especiallyon The hornman had no rope wherewith, <'< Radical' Members,' so that this had over it all. Of course he accepted -
f t+:::4; else; -say: pictures, or orchids, or old rough days about the hour of the he might have. gon p out, and more- light must begin with R. and end with me as his future son-in-law,
-- china or curiosities should"not have tidal boat's arrival ; and so did I. over, as,he was old enough to be a M. I've done all the rest, but this and I've never had reason since to regret -
teen unsympathetic, but as I was of Boulogne disported itself variously on grandfather, would;ha"ve been of very beats me.' that I formed n, friendship with
hr' a very romantic turn of mind, having the sands, attended balls at the Casino, little use had he done so ; mamma was I murmured the lines a score of the old fellow. And so you see, if he
,, jy been brought up from an early age in looked on at balls at the Tintellerie .screaming and crying with the water times with a profound air, but the had never had his hobby I should
.f, that: mast prosaic and unsentimental Gardens; I did likewise. Boulognewas over her ankles' and Enid was evidently more I thought the farther. was I from never have been able to keep Enid."
:' of.worlds, the city Smith's intermi- not much given to exploring the fast' losing strength. A scream;. solving their meaning. And when I come down to see

t ,,' nable jargon: about Roman England at river Liane, because Boulogne Knew from her determined me. A sudden idea struck me. Smith you, I said, I must be careful not
,t':. times even overcame my patience. As very;'well that there was nothing to be "I toreoff my coat and waistcoatand the Bore will be sure to know it. I'll to blurt out anything about that Bore
I an.instance of his boring system, he got for'the trouble ; but I did as far as! plunged in. I am.a good swim- write and ask him. So I said in a Smith "-Belgravia.
would happen to light upon a name.in the Point de Briques: where I was mer. I remember a long battlingwith low voice :

tho newspaper, say Tadcaster; down upset by the current and hastened the waves, a grappling with 'Miss Mountjoy, didn't you say Valuable Orange Lands for Sale
1: would go the paper and he would back just in time to stick fast on a something heavy, but nothing more you would give anything to find this Tracts containing twenty acres each of
tart oft sandbank for an hour in full view of until I found myself lying on my out?' choice high hammock land on Orange Lake

f, > :ix }: "Tad caster, dear me, Tadcaster. the quays and the bridge. Boulogne i stomach in the sand, a crowd of people tc' Yes, that I would ; anything in suitable for orange growing and truck farm-
S: The ancient Calearia, you know, of knew very little about its surrounding !, around me, and two men vigorously reason,' she replied. are ing, are now offered for situated sale. for These lands
r ak the Itineraries, on the Carlisle branch country, so I resolved-to teach myself; engaged in pumping the water out! of Then,' said I; stealing her hand tation very, by conveniently water or rail, and will be transpor-sold on
W' of old Ermine street. Of course you and returned with the conviction that, me according to the Tules prescribedfor and a glance at Mrs. :Mountjoy, who terms to suit purchaser Titles are unques- .
know how'the Ermine street ran. :No? with the exception of Aden, rustic the Humane Society. was dozing over the World, suppose large tionable.bodies.Also valuable G. K. FAIRBANKS.timber lands in
i Well, i it started from Durnovaria, that Boulogne was about the most Godforsaken II revient II revient!l' were the I ask you to-to give me your heart February 1C, 1882. Fernandina. Fla.
i '! is Dorchester, passed through Sorbi- spot with which I was ac : first words I' heard. Where is the and hand? "

odunum, Salisbury, by Andover andCalleva quainted. young lady ?*' were the first words I ,'Enid blushed and said nothing ; Fine Printing.
i'' '' Attrebatum Silchester this But the chief allurement and uttered. her hand
enjoyment was actually in my possession Cards. Letter-Heads, Xote-Heads, Bill-
i;. and over Ba
r 3'l t :.' t' which .;is. Egham, Staines, to London. Everybody knows how they bathe at to you,"' was the answer. 'I don't know sent me back a right answer.; Printing, neatly executed at this office..


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: St. Nicholas Sunday terms the most liberal that can be offered bya machinery I Arrive at DuPont daily at.............12:10 a n> .
; I sawing andsplitting:
Weilnosday: ak'd Friday .......... ,!>.OO a. in I necosary O. S. OAKES Arrive at Albany daily at.............. 2:25: a in
From
Tiu-sday: and .-.rith".................. G.OO p. m. I am now \prepared to furnish Oak Wood, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Arrive Macon daily at........:....... 7:00 m

For :Savannah; : hy steamer:; : City i ( of I I SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts. I sawed to ante lengths for citherMovtor hrephue. Arrive Arrive at Chattanooga Atlanta daily daily at..l.1'at...... S:50 pin m
Tut-sday; and Friday G.OO in
lridggt ton, p I :It. ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .
And Manufacturer of Arrive at Nashville daily at-......... 1:25 a m
A1VLLOUY LINE. A. ELLEKMANN. Arrive Louisville daily at......... 7:50 a m
The safest method of transmitting
For New York'direct, by steamvlni money FLOORING, CEILING, :MOLDINGS, Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at........ .:00( a m
| < :State o \Teas or City of -FORMACHINERY- Arrive at Chicago daily at:............ 0:10) p m
;Antonio., 'l'hllrS(1ac.enin( ; ;.:............... by mail is by check, draft or post-oflice .!:, _. FANCY SCROLL SAWING Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ G:0 p iii
= = -= -'-- --=-=-:=-: =: -= = =.-:;:: ,
from New Yorlaulirect by City of Arrive Savannah daily at......... .0:30 a m
San: Antonio ahd' State of Texas, order. : : Arrive at Augusta: daily"at............12:20 p m
evenFriday .1.. ........................ 3.00p.m. I money l i BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:40.p 111 .
o = Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 u in
Sri MARYS RIVER. Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers. NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30: p in
Steamer Marthn leaves Centre street dock- Snx IROX BUILDING, OF ALL KINDS,
( Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... U:45 a m
Fllr-5t.: Marys aiM Crandall, TUM- Baltimore, Md. Arrive at Albany daily at .............ll:: O'\m
day and Friday: ....................... 2.00 p.m.For Go to F. M. Robinson STAIR :and! CHURCH WORK a SPECIALTY. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 a m.
:fst. Marys and Dungeness, on Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:50 p m
WCtltH'd111 Saturday......... 9.35 a. in. .: :k t Elevations and Floor Plans, with estimates Arrive at Nashville\ daily at............ 8:10 a nt
For St. Marvs only! )Monday and ;; : .. MANUFACTURER: and DEALER, Arrive at Louisville:: \ daily at.......... 3:00 pIn
Thursday..................... ............ 8.00 a. in. :: .- ; >' furnished at reasonable rates. Arrive Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
Steamer ,Jfurlha arrives- q. "c>.,;'"; '."<.'::.:.".: "': '. ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32 Orders by mail promptly attended to. Arrive at St. Louis daily :tt............ 7:50 a m
From St. Marys and Crandall on l .,-+ :. ,:;; Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 7:00 a in
Monday:and 1 Thursday.............. 7.00 a. III. <.?: } ': \ .
From St. and ,_ \. CURTIS R CO. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this
Marys Dungeness, ; ;;4;. ", j.<1. Train to Chattanooga via Jesnp.
.... .
on Wednesday Saturday 1.00p.m.From ",,," ESTATE AGENTS, GOOD NEWS for NORTH.BOUND Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesvilleto
St. Monday'andThursday.
Marys only, RI.L Savannah.
..!........................ ..... 2.00p.m. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA TRAVELERS Pullman Palace Buffet and I Drawingrooni

Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.
"MioiiTY INTERESTING: READING."-From : Loans procured, Mortgages negotiated Exchanges Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
the 1st January, 1884, to the 1st of January \ effected.Mill ville to Savannah.
1SS5; we are to have an interesting ;; "";;; ', .. .. :, Sites Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 New Montgomery Route Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to
succession stirring events of which everyone ''. :" I < ". ',. ; acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 Louisville via Thomasville.
will wish to hear. Two military cam- acres, for sale.: A Restaurant has been opened at Way-
\iA\'f.n\ are at in -that of El N. B. St. been selected -V1.\-
; present progress Mary's having cross, and abundant time will be allowedfor
Mahdi\ in the Soudan and of the French in as the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi GEORGIA & FLORIDA I ISLAND STEAMBOAT CO. meals by all passenger trains.
Tuuqu'wboth of which are approaching Canal (under the survey made for Government Connecting at Savannah with steamers by
the critical point. The next session of Parliament by General Gillmore), charters for the New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti-
i i- ail be marked, acording to the announced construction of which having; been grantedby A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE more.
/ purpose of Mr. Parnell, by a bitter THE FLORIDA the United States Government and the Connecting at Charleston! with steamersfor
Mnigfrleof: the Irish nationalists to compel Legislatures i of Georgia and I Florida a large BETWEEN :New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
tlieir English; and Scotch colleagues; to concede IMPROVEMENT COMPANY increase in tin1 value of adjacent lands may FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH. Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
to Ireland some mea.sure of home-rule. l'O\VS be confidently looked for." (See New York and Steamship connections, and Baggage
Indcftultifthis/ )Ir. Parnell promises to Sun 27-3-83.) -- Checked through.' Also Sleeping Car berths
employ his: following to so obstruct the Fcrnnndiim and sections secured at Company's office in
transaction of parliamentary business as to The Steamer St. Nicholas A tor's Building, 84 Bay street and at De-
render the of Irish members at St. SEWING MACHINES.
presence Towns on R. R. Line. pot Ticket Office and on board People'sLine
Stephcn's.intolerable. This programme insures "s:7-.v Steamers H. B. PLANT, CH.VTTAHOOCIIEK
a succession of exciting scenes in Par and JENNIE LANE.
liament.: The new reform bill which Mr. And Cedar Key. JAS. L. TAYLOS,

Gladstone proposes to carry during the session III General Passenger Agent.
! of 1884, will also! doubtless excite -
A. M. IVES Agent.
ik S Sr ,
general interest in the United States, as well ,,sS S '
{ t .T """ "' "' .M *r=ar
;is throughout) the British empire. Vastly Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large s ;1r-THE NEW STORE.B .-t .
more interesting to American readers will be

the discussion to take place at Washington number of the most eligible and desirable FERNANDINA EVERY MON-
within the next few months over our own LEAVES edncsdav and Friday mornings, : ; W. F. WOOD, Jr., [. SC

reform hill.; Thy Republican members of Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for NE141Oaipn on arrival of trains from JACKSONVILLE
the present ;Congress are opposed to tariff CEDAR KEY and WILDWOOD at 9.30,
rt'f'.rnl. The Democrats, it is said, are City or Suburban Residences, arriving at Montgomery at (5.30: p. in.; con > { Proprietor, E:: -
11i\'itlt'll l, the majoritv) of them favoring the rtectiltgthere with the City &Suburban Railway -
minority opposing it. Which will get the for SAVANNAH, arriving at 7.10.
upper hand Will the high-tariff: Democrats UPON EASY TERMS. Leave SAVANNAH every Tuesday,Thursday C>

cooperate with| the Republicans to maintainthe and 1 Saturday mornings, arriving at Fer-
present absurd law ? Or will the Democrats Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to nandina at G.OO p.m.; connecting with trains T ::S:.
act together: and send a reform tariff f.,r Jacksonville. Cedar Key and Wildwood.

bIn to the Senate which the Senate will de1inl' parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- --
to pass1!I Everv step of the struggle S S.

in\tlie Capitol Washington will be watchedwith rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- The Steamer David Clark ANDS
lively,, conceal all over the country,
and l h y the:time, Col gres.s adjourns the public erty purchased substantial improvementsfor Will leave Fernandina)' Tuesday and ST
mindvill! be |pe for the opening of a Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and
residential: campgn; which, it is safe tosay. residence, or in which to conduct then 'D.irien. arriving at Savannah the following
will exceed warmth any of its prede- morning.i H ..
<'>sors since: 18GO. The meeting of the business. Leave Savannah every Monday. and Thursday -
11aryl''anl Legislature at Annapolis on the evening, arriving at ..Fernandina the following -

-'dnfJanuaryand the reassembling! of the INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS day.Through 0 :
I iMUnnore: City Council later in the same tickets sold to New York. Philadelphia. 0'r I

month!' will prove; also events of engrossing by exemption for a term of years from Boston, and Baltimore. C> { Fernandina }- E]' ;,
,
unt'rest. But supposing the existence of aCitizen S.t11P1eI For tickets and staterooms, apply to "

.. cotuvrned about none of these things taxation, offered by the several cities and I W. B. TUCKER. Agent, .
.till' he will need to read TIc Sun for news } Office foot of Centre Street, :a {{ Cor. Centre & Third. }- Spir'TIIE

!" the thousand and one other events of towns. Apply to Str. l: Fernandina. Fla.
interest: that ;go M> far to make up the cur- CHAS. W. LEWIS t J. A. MERCIER,
rent hli..tort :of the world.] The, period is Fernandina. a 5L11\J\ General Passenger! Agent.J. NEW STOI E. :. _

Itl'urrupitl..movement, and the citizen who j -01lice, cor. Beach &7th sts. SOf- N. HARRIMAN Manager.OFFICES .
takcfa> : paper is sure to be left be- : NOTES
I IlInd. if:\ man ever means to subscribe:; for 1 Corner Bay and Ocean Sts., Jacksonville, Fla. AB. '

a 1'lPl'f.: now[ is the time before the actors ':'': '. Bull and Congress Streets..Savannah, Ga (Successor to Ii to A. SANBORS),
rnn I the'world's :stage during the year 1SS4Jve .' .'. ;. ; Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
taken their places and begun to play : Lost Stolen <
or '
their parts.; : GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES,
When it becomes of "
a question :4Yi.r'
: From the residence of Mrs. II. Peterson,
Ct Starving) ltai! ; !l slable! newspaper which will .', '_ ." ,1:2!: :: a black ilk umbrella, with letters II.: S. CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS HAY, Ge.us.
.. : 'M the lIew, succinctly expressed ; : j .suitable reward *
{ i ; L. engraved; on handle A Corner of Second and Centre Streets,. near
I I',Id.' wcixplaii fairly! re'porttsl ii : take, the Vie Srot.1'I 1 proper. course to ,, .'("J.. .. .:'. /. fECT PI'R1IGULAfi.1 will be. paid for its delivery at the MIKKOP.otihe. Steamboat Landing.FERNANDINA ':'
r'
'" i!'" NEVER :
". irtiriir1O'
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P
; "..t ,"" -" FLORIDA.
'urrant ., ,, OUT or ORDER.
nncl )lortJI?e Deeds. .. '-. 1.o,'- ,'ss'.:{' 1-. "j-'ii. ,: Owner and Agent;; for Schooner Silas C. ,
IxlN :i : :.; eJ1As No E QUAlF's HOTEL IN NEW 'YORK.
L PAPER-JGO CTS. PER DOZEN. .; H\ f,S"i ,{<("', : Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in
:-mll'H; 's sent !ll>on receipt ofcent .. .." ;' ';irwti': .\ large quantities. .
stair' ,,. \dre; { HGc't'CAQo Persons visiting New York for health, businessor
for Hazard Manufacturing Compa
'!(: FLORIDA MIRROR. ," <";, ; : }: .J:(; ; r-t;.. s YII pleasure; will find first-class accommodations atMIIXEli'S nv'Agent CHAMPION BARBEDVJKFT-thc .

1 : Fcrnandina'; ', Fla.Goods. ., ;,1 ,; 'h.'t. :',.'.;t'F 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK. : HOTEL. Location central, near best in the world. I
-!.----; .-w.- : .> :j :: f0ff .' : oRANQF ANT elevated and hor"e cargo Nice rooms excellent Agent for B. .F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED.
Xell.": : ; ILLMASS.. P GA. q table, moderate prices; Turkish, Electric and PLOWS. ,
Large "I 111'". .',f : 1.in Roman)>aths. Address DR. ];.P. MILLER,39 Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON t=
rtewgtlo every, departJ.itT.KYDD'S. FOR SALE BY
I nient t .
'It > ''ftii.; and 41 West Twenty-Sixth St.,!New York. VILLE. 30-:
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; 1ldt' 1!1 1'v;' J 4 1 THE FLORIDA ,MIRROR : MAY 31, 1884.I .

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; ;';: lL01e'I1)A' : IIHnO H.. I These statistics show Fernandinato "FERNANDINA.( ,.:AND JACKSONVILLE' Engineer Department, who are cer- II, !Fernandina lain to each and other Jacksonville that under! War such re-
the
I MH ; '..'... J- : have an excess, 'of tonnage over BARS tainly: unprejudiced and discon- izing effect of, commerce, one or the central other
;/. :GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR.. The predominant feeling in Jacksonville n'wsst
monopolize the trade
? ; of this
,
nected in with local inter State
f Jacksonville in five of Jacksonville's So
xm T any way
years
< f'' as expressed through the Times-Union is that soon as the Stl John's river bar shall ;
Y : ; .f ubc riptlon, S3, per year; six months, 81. of '67- ests have reported iri no qualifitied' I of the powajwof admit
greatest prosperity, the. Lion's Share" of the river and harbor "large vesselsthe" ques-
4t tion will be effectually
!
toffiee, corner Centre and First streets,second floor 137 tons, and that ,the value: of her appropriations for Florida,should go to the terms.of the value of this harbor to J i; The above from tile settled.Green Cove Spring

j : ,RATES OF ADVERTISING. exports exceeded those of Jacksonville John's bar; the entrance, to*Jackson( ville.' the general interests of commerce.ELECTION May 21, is but another illustration of the Of
This is doubtless Colonel Bisbee's view. On
*,'.!. : 'I 1 Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for million hundred and > ----- ------- [ points made by the, opponents, of the
each subsequent Insertion. one one the other hand the view of the Economist% as proper
CASES IN CONGRESS. appropriation for Cumberland Sound.
Special local notices, 15; cents a line. fifty thousand dollars, or three to : weeks since expressed l.is that the,preference this But
Two-in1 port n t contested election question we ask again this week.
I'' ; : Reading notices, 25 cents a line. one. should be given to the port of Fernandina. '* Is
;' Special rate for time advertisements upon application ; Colonel Bisbee defends his action in 'procuring cases have been decided in the Houseof a deep seaport entrance to the harbor
To the tonnage above given is to'be at Cumberland: Sound the mutual
: ,at the office. propertyof
$150,000 for the former and only half Representatives the past week in
,
two of the
Southern
largest States
worti.
added that from St. : Ga.
p .b" ) :;'. C4mmuniClltions upon all matters of local inter- Mary's,. that ,amount, for the latter, OH the ground both of which the contestant was a having? Is the opinion of the paid engineer
;y "; cst solicited from all parts,of the county and from which was very considerable duringthe : that there are sixteen and a half feet of I
Democrat seeking the seat of a Re corps of the Federal, I Government to be
f'r :, along the lines of Florida railways. mentioned. water on the Fernandina bar and only ten set
: All communications intended for years aside by the arguments of a local newspaper
:' publication ___ _'_'__ .u_ ____ !and a half on the Jacksonville bar ; hence publican. In the case of English ?'' -
I : should' be addressed to the Editor; all businesstl
the claim of a larger amount for the latter,: Peele the turned
against' ,question
,, = ; I .:' Setters pimply THE FLORIDA MIRROR.: THE LAND OF FLOWERS. Must the progress of the State be kept back

t ar """, -jr 0- We occasionally observe that per- .,I a view which. he says was taken by the upon the correctness of the original for ten years in order that the St. John's be

r SA TURD I',. MA Y SI. 1884. committee.This count. A recount by commissioners possibly deepened to IS feet, or shall Fernan
:+ i f' __ sons arriving in the winter season is plausible ; but far from conclusive. dina have at once the needed appropriation

,.4 : in not Fernandina's superiority of water she owes took place to ascertain the vote upon
u a ? MORE FACTS ON THE BAR QUESTION experience disappointment to give 22 feet ? The interests of the State

Y '". i';r finding themselves surrounded with : to; nature, not to what the government has sheriff, and in the course of this recount at large and the whole people are firstandthe

: We do not what the relative done for her. To begin with-that is to say of the commissioners discovered
*, 'f | see flowers, and say that it is a. misnomer one particular interests of Fernandina or
as far back as 18 8-4she had 14} feet (we
,
-' size of the two towns of Jacksonville j ii -, ,that English was entitled to Jacksonville are secondary.
.; f to call Florida. the Land of speak'of low tide) since increased by gov- The

.- : ,; and Fernandina has to do Flowers. As a matter of.fact. Florida ernment, work, not costing a great deal, to enough more votes to overcome the Washington representatives should consider of the the importanceof people at

!: ',' { : with}he question of a deep sea har- did not receive its name from any p 16}, if Col. Bisbee's figures are correct.. This majority against him. On the vote obtaining one deep-sea water harbor on

: })OT lr Florida. A town of 15,000 of flowers greeting the shows that the government expenditures, to seat English 31 Democrats votedin the Atlantic coast of Florida in the interestof
profusion eyes

': 1 1 inhabitants anywhere is an unim- of its first discoverers, but simply not meagre been and withoutTimportant desultory ,as made results.On there. have favor of the, Republican sitting that the General be secured Government in the shortest; and the one

. jportjlit interest compared to that member and his case was argued by can time at
;l ri because the old navigators were in the other hand Gen. Hopkins, him- least expense should command their atten-

r 1:1t: : : j of! t1 2 bulk of the population of the the habit of giving the name of any self of Jacksonville and identified in the several leading Democrats. From a. tion.-"' Advocate

State who interested in this with her that of the ---_..- ---- .
I. i y are questidn. feast or saint's day on which they highest degree interests says careful reading arguments we TV A SIll NG TOS.-

i Circumstances have given to discover a new island after the expenditure of $370,000 at the are satisfied that the evidence in favor -
happened ,
mouth of the St. John's there is
no improve-
!Jacksonville. prominence and growth of English although probably DOINGS IX THE HOUSE AND SENATE-UXVEIL-
.
I cape or coast to the place they discovered ment in its bar. ,
; with the last few years but the correct was too informally obtained IXG THE STATUE OF MARTIN 'IXTHEK
and Ponce de Leon in ,
; We. think the money of the government -THE CITY CROWDED WITII
+t :proportionate growth of the otherj 1512) coming upon the coast of Flor- should go where it will do most good." .and was taken without affording the STRANGERS.WASHINGTON .

j I: interior towns of Gainesville, Ocala ida upon the festival called Pascua The same amount of expenditure not only other side sufficient opportunity to i D. C., May 24, 18S4.

;and f'alatka has been greater, and it i Florida the name Florida to gives a better result on the Fernandina than contest it, and therefore ought not The House of Representatives had another -
gave
the Jacksonville bar but the and
on ; area opportunity this week to talk tariff..
; cannot now be predicted where the to have been considered conclusive.It .
,, a the coast which it has now so long population of Florida interested in the Congressman Hurd had charge of a bill to

'.;j: i largest town of Florida will be lo- borne: But apart from this, we water entrance to Fernandina, as shown by is a. bad precedent to break down abolish duties on works of art, whether the

: 1 cated.I claim that it is truly a land of the J/VVror, are far greater than those, to be the rules of evidence and go on presumption -I production of foreign or American artists.

,:. :: I:Atlanta. 7i altogether an interior I fruit and flowers. Nature has its benefited by the improvement of the mouthif however strong. Among those who, advocated the measure
the St. John's.We .
was Representative Belmont, who held that
," i Cowl, has outstripped every other in Florida wellas The Republicans have no cause to
season of as hawritten the above with
: repose no the passage of the bill would relieve Ameri-
.: : ..: ;jlplacQ in Georgia in growth and'pop- for of these the complain, having set the example in
I" .. elsewhere, and has its spring, preference one ports over can artists abroad from the false position!\ in

., < : ulation, and Birmingham, hardly only the spring season comes much other; we are proud of both ; but becauseof Mr. Bisbee's and other cases of using which they were now placed. They ob-

\ ;: now;:five years old, bids fair to be earliei. In March and thence on the a strong conviction that opening that of their majority to seat members who tained their education abroad, and in return

w : j: the l largest town in Alabama. The Fernandina to ocean steamships of heavy were never elected.In the United States discriminated against foreign -
11 I ,, many wild flowering plants and water draught will constitute an era in Florida's artists. Representative Dunn opposedthe

4 l; : ,St. ohn's river is not a great artery lilies, which come earlier. In industrial and commercial history ; that the case of Wallace vs. McKinley bill on the ground that It reduced the

: .' : : :(; 1;1 ;1 of cbmmerce," as. the Times-Union May the bay and the magnolia, the this: can be brought about ata comparatively from Ohio, the certificate was tax on'the luxuries of the rich instead of on

':t ; ;calls: it, but a chain of shallow inland the elder and others moderate cost, while no amount of money given :McKinley on a claimed ma- the necessaries of the poor. Representative -
t j : dogwood, many sunk in removing the shifting sands at the Mills took the same ground, saying a
',; which within a will jority of 8. It was proved. that 23
{ year give beauty and color to the land- mouth of the St. John's will give to the bar painting is a luxury that goes to the par-

1 -.i ; ; !!become of secondary commercial scape. there a similar depth of water.-Economist. votes actually given for Wallace were lors of the wealthy. You want to give them

:. ., : importance by the completion of the The people who talk of Floridanot The above paragraph from the well rejected on account of the initials being their ornaments free, and yet you positively

{railroad from Sanford to Palatka incorrect or slight variations in refused the other day to reduce taxation on
j
having flowers when they look. considered article of that able sheet,
a woolen shirt, on boots and shoes,and the
I
( : : | [now connected by rail with Jackson- the name. Several prominent Democrats -
;l'1 at it in Spring, confuse it with their the Economist, gives the exact posi- implements with which the people toil

; ; ,ville. Whatever Jacksonville may old long-settled towns. It is true tion of the.l _e ti9n of bar: improvement argued and voted for McKinley to make their daily subsistence. Mr.f

;I h h$:: ; 1 1'i become by the energy and enter- that in the newly settled parts of as wc-liave: {cndeavored to pre- but Wallace, so far as we can Hurd closed the debate in an appeal in favor

1 i: :I iris; of its citizens, it is apparentlynot Florida cultivated flowers are not sent it. : see, was properly seated, on the evidence of the bill. He said the most humiliating
feature of the tariff the restriction
was on
;. ; likely to reverse the laws of given.
; : abundant in fact like most .
yet ; It is not a rivalry, so far as we are artistic culture. It was a blow to beauty
v !:nature and become a commercial The discussion of these cases and
who to It like drawing curtain the
other pioneers, people came concerned between Jacksonville and was a over sun,
,
f :?.y :i ?port. Nature has denied to it the Florida settle, cultivated food Fernandina for appropriations.e the votes given are by their fairnessin when at your own bidding the glory of the

is j advantage of deep water, and neither but remarkable contrast to the course light may come. But. despite the Ohio ora
plants before flowering plants, have endeavored to show that the tor's eloquence, the motion was lost.
'I 'sit Jacksonville elsewhere the the Housein
{ nor on pursued by Republican
follow. Let the
flowers
the soon improvement of the entrance to The Peele-English contested election case,

i I !jriver, or at its mouth, is there any visitor go to Tallahassee, Quincy or Cumberland Sound is of the utmost the case of Dibble of South Caro- which has been before the House for several

: l;extent of deep water to be found. :Monticello in April and May and importance to the State. We have lina and Fin ey of Florida, when nota days, has given rise to debate which has

: f The gist of the argument made by found on the Republicanside been rendered lively by partisan tilts and
t. Ii he will take back his hasty conclu- man was
shown that the
: n population lying amunition. the discussion -
campaign
t-: I :{the Times-Union and Mr. Bisbee is who dared or cared to take the During
sion and admit that ho has
never contiguous to the line of railway Mr. Lowry referred to Thomas Ilen-

: jthat j because Jacksonville is a small seen flowers so numerous, so abund- terminating at Fernandina is much side of a Democrat whose seat was dricks as having been the successful candi-

j p;city of 15.000 inhabitants a harbor ant and such free growers. Or let larger than that lying on the St.John's wanted. We hope the example of date for the Vice-Presidency in 18 6. Perhaps -

1 must somehow be obtained for its non-partisanship displayed by this said he, some of my Republican
him look at some of the finer homes
I. that Fernandina is the natural A
; friends have heard of that
;' -6 i benefit{ and the rest of the State Democratic Congress will be followed gentleman.
Jacksonville St. Pa-
in Augustine or outlet of the interior of Florida Republican member disclaimed any knowledge -
I ,, H|must wait to see if that can until the decision of election cases
1 ,rt latka, and he will admit that it can and that the State needs, a deepsea of him in that connection, and Mr.

t ; >'f i j be done ; which, if it can be done, readily be made the land of flowers. harbor, which"it is proposed to will depend upon law and evidenceand Lowry retorted by intimating that he mightbe
,
,. !;will not meet the requirements of not partisan will. heard of as elected to the same office in
upon
We have ,to submit to a great deal obtain at the mouth of the St. 18S1.
|it the State for a deep sea harbor.
1 of hasty and ill-informed criticism :Mary's. If our facts are correct, if NEW ORLEANS As soon as the contested election case was
EXPOSITION.
THE
I?,, Jacksonville has considerable
I: t 1, commerce from travellers. We to the northin our premises are right the conclu- decided in favor of the Democratic contestant -
I go Col. W. H. Sebring, the energeticand
;
: principally in the of Mr. he immediatelysworn
{ : J way English was
the summer season when all is fora sion is inevitable.We '
enthusiastic State Commissionerfor
,I shipping lumber, for which it is by in, and the House took up the Ore-

; ; Ii: no means as well situated as Fer- brief season bright, green, and agree with the TimesUnionthat the Exposition, was in the cityon gon Central Land Grant Bill.

beautiful but let us again in January The Senate has been talking over the
; go the most important works Tuesday and made some changesin
4 nandina. it
j 'l., ;1 Although is a ..larger
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House bill for Labor Statistics
Bureau of
and would a
we hastily condemn -
i town and has the trade of the St. should receive large appropriations, the county organization. At the and has passed a number of bills for the

.John's river, its commerce is inferior the country as bleak, barren and we know of ,no work so important request of Mr. O'Neill, he was relieved erection of public, buildings, and also the

i ;,i, l, !'to that of its smaller neighbor, Fer- and desolate. Strangers, come in our to the State as a deep sea. harboron from the position of chair- agricultural appropriation. Through this it

"3Yi j* ?y vtj '.nandina, as will appear by reference winter season, when the grass in the the Atlantic coast. The improvement man, and Col. Warren F. Scott sub- allowed $15,000 for the distribution of silk-
woods is brown and worm The provision was strongly
pine sere or of the harbors of neighboring stituted. eggs.
[t .to the following official statements Senators,
opposed by several Republican
S blackened with the forest fires, and States without extending simi- We the
a hope
a ; I covering a period of five years, from Tri_ county organizationwill one complained that it was urged now for

; 187S'to 1883: I Florida is seen at its worst, and yet lar improvement to those of ;Florida go to work at once to secure the first time that the Government itself

I even then, compared with the bleak, has been'a discrimiation againstus. funds and to for shall manufacture in order to encourage the
''f j COMMERCIAL STATISTICS OF FERNANDINA, JANUARY arrange a worthy production of silk in this country. Senator
F \I' r Y' ,"I 1, 1878, TO DECEMBER 31. 1882.: frozen fields of the North, our dark Insteadof-, taking: from our ap- exhibit of the products of Nassau Morgan asked if the Government did not
: Clearances! have a tea farm here. Senator Allison said(
of the forests and the
I green foliage propriation to bestow on another in county. What is desired at New and
t .' ; 'i 1 (Joa.&tui.e. Foreign. yes. but he thought it was an elephant
a.. ;I Year., Tons. Tons. Total beauty of our groves give an aspectof our own State, our representatives, Orleans is a fair presentation of the ought to be gotten rid of. The Alabama
Senator then asked if the produc-
n: '. : .i 1878........... 124,883 13, 91 138,874 beauty; but instead of admiring our press, and our people should productions of average quality. It tion and manufacture was sorghum an elephant too.

'' 1879........... 129,650 19,092 148,742 the beauty which surrounds him The Senator from Iowa replied by stating
labor to obtainlarger appropriations. is not exhibit of curiosities
; 1880........... 155,649 24,363 180,012 : an or that experiments simply had been made in
I# the querulous traveller asks whereare We should.assert our claimsas monstrosities but true regard to sorghum and wanted to
1'r r 1881.......... 137,638 47,351 174,092 a presentation sugar

t rT f 1882........... 138,676 30,470 169,146 your flowers, your magnolias, ,a"State for an equal considerationin of what the county has and know ment. if Senator silk culture Morgan was retorted only an that experi Mr,

;' j t Total tonnage........ .................. 811,766 your cultivated Edens. He wants a the ;advancement of our commercial what it produces. Allison came to from to the wrong part questionby of the
country pretend answer one
Paradise made to his -
< )i Value of exports, same period ......$1,543,940 ready satisfy interests. ------ ---- asking another. Ke was not a Yankee.

: expectation. If he has means, taste With a depth of water of 27 feet WE refer our respected cotempo- The resolution offered ,by Senator Morgan -
a I COMMERCIAL STATISTICS OF JACKSONVILLE FOR directing the Committee on Finance to
; I THE SAME PERIOD. and patience he can soon make one. at mean high water, which is the rary,the Green Core Spring, to the sta-I examine the recent failures of national

;i'1 l. Clearances- be obtained tistics given in another column banks was adopted without objection. Mr
the
----- ------ depth to
: s \ Coastwise. Foreign.Year. proposed Morgan said he very much feared. however.
t : i The between the respective ports of Fernandinaand that the'parties who had so long been the
t I ; Tons. Tons. Total. difference a commercial harbor of Fernandina will rank with

'. 1878.......... 94,732 G,44101,446 J Jacksonville. pets of the Government would at last be
: i port and a commercial mart: the best on the Atlantic coast, and permitted to subside into quietude and
$_ f.l 1879.........160,949 18,747 188,696 peace the millions that they had laid
A mart Webster is "that among
a place of: Gen. Gillmore states a
I L," ,, t 1880.......... 158,733 14,242 172,975 says greater FLORIDA'S PRINCIPAL, SEAPORT. aside, while those who had been wronged
'. ', 1881.......... 150,494 6,087 156,591 sale or traffic ; a commercial port is depth (than 27 feet) can be obtained "The principal seaport, wherever it may would remain unavenged. "Let the Committee -

... .......... harbor for of of ''the be, will, without doubt, become the com- on Finance," said he, in conclusion:
I : 18S2; 114,741 20,150 124,891 a ships commerce. by increasing the height jet- mercial mart of the country whose trade "for once do its duty to the Government..

I h''i: Total tonnage.......................... 744,628 The two may be, and frequently are, ties." and commerce may be under its control. The streets of the city have hundreds been enlivened of
We presume that the editor of THE MIRROR during the week by the |
I Value of exports, same period..... $392,445 very distinct. The distinguished officers of the. understands very well that the localities of visiting bicyclers, who greatly enjoyeu
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the fcrnootli asphalt pavement, .-,-. ',; ..
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-I ltrh; .
eSrVilei't; wheels. Hundreds of strap-'
on J & 'T K-Y-OO
ers taint also! to witness the J1\' ilingofthe -, I' > _
of Marti" Luther which is n grand .
,
tatue "
s of art, ;ind the only memorial to the ,
rk .t '
S10 ;I-
great reformer on this 1 side' the I I Atlantic.Good ,'.It':f, < j-ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF' .
Templars of high; degree are arriving .. 1
NOW bv the! hundred to hold an annual '
SIon of the Grand Lodge of the World' I PAUL FUNKE'SDRY
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-1, 'EJr IDEAS., -, I NEWSPRING I ;

The Ciaieago Times gives us a few novel 4-f.4-I.
to the power of the Federal Gov- + .
I.
idea: as AND SUMMER
ernment. recently; in an elahorate editorial .
i GOODS !
it said: EPORIuIj -
The truth,, that has been pretty well cItablisheil :- + t
:Mnl* the provinces below the 1 I' GOODS 1 _
Ohio river! undertook to prove that they +7+++-1:"++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++

were independent States, is that nothing .3f1EW
exists in this Country that answers the idea CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, ; AND LATEST STYLES IN E
called"lYUeral Government." There is a :

central: general or national from government; FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.JUST DRESS GOODS and SILKS, :
far
but it is: exactly as possessing aughtof
federal character as it is from being ,
thc the political agency of a confederation, or RECEIVED AN IMMENSE STOCK OF NUN'S VEILINGS, BUNTINGS, : :

"federal uniqn," of independent States. It .

is,in fact the supreme organ of the authority Dress Goods Silks Satines Lawns, Cambrics Percales, Prints, White Goods.Laces .
of an independent political society, that ,
was baptized jit its birth with the name (not I-
of"the United States," but United States of FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertings-A ;':'.

America, all, whose members arc known y. <.. FULL LINE of the newest patterns. ;
ihe civilized world, not -
throughout as Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom
prices.
Unitedstateiwn; but as Americans. The SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS, .
Mime independent political society has created Our Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived, and for style f

:. to itself other subordinate organs of its (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed. '

authority, for the most convenient adminis- :Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.i.i.
tration of that authority, in its dependent Hamburg Edgings Gloves and Mitts.
provinces, known as Illinois, Kentucky, JBSTWe are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING &, CO., of New .!
Indiana,ctc. :The word province has exactly ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.Call J'
!: meaning.in our system of political arran'eincnts -
this and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing ,
: {hat the local division which
Goods elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer.
indicates is t1 political society, dependent, Furnishing
not independent! ; subject, not sovereign; ,
\ exerting no political authority that is immanent ". J"r.. KT5T3D3D: ,
.
in its Jfil.JI1t a political authority that CLOTHING: : : : I, Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,

is immanent only in the great political society 1t61'"NEw YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. }- FERNANDINA FLA.
,
in which it is contained. The word
BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS ,
state, in our system, has no other meaning -
than province, and! ill that meaning it is a 'i' RIVER AND OCEAN. STEAMERS.MALLORY'S ',

goodly expression: nllthe vnr humana. It is TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. .' -. ---.- '
only because antiquated politicians and t
publicists: in the provinces below the Ohio = STEAMSHIP LINE !I ,

river till habitually' employ it in a false SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS _
!SCUM c: (false i in relation to our system) that
the Times prefers the other word, the meaning FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

;;of which, :.is less Viable to be misunder- -35Y-
sti)''x1. ; |
At first blush: this kind of talk may appear PAUL FUNEJ-1
trivial and absurd, ''ut when we come to ,<'t-
compare it with thl, language and ideas .
enunciated ly the :Supreme Court In the .

recently decided; greenback case, it docs not .. ,
seem extravagant. The views of that court,
if carried cut: to their logical consequences,
would place: the State in relation to the
Federal (rcvermncnt: in the attitude des-

tribed by the Times.' Alabama, instead of 'f" _, .__II_._'_.
being a .sfate would; be a province of SPRING ANDDVCOIDE SUMMER GOODS I ,fi -

America. .
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For many decades!we, have heard of argu- I
ments drawn from : the preamble of the -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS :

Constitution;; but now, for the first time, CITY O3T1 SAN ANTONIO 1,080 T<)NS.STATE .
we find an argument drawn from the name OIL TEXAS, 1,543 TON .
: IBIEIO'SCENTRE :: :
by which the Union, of States is known. CARONDELET, 1,;: ()8 TONS. .
We me told that the title is not "United I \VESTERN TEXAS 1,21() TONS.
States"! \but"the United States of AMERICA." .

\Vc are,therefore, all citizens of a nation STREET,. NEAR THE DEPOT, i ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
known as .imcrica, under whose folds are
patlimil the, United States. The United
States disappear and dissolve into the one Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEKNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
grand nation, America. It remains to be Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
soon whether this view of the Governmentwill This Line, having no Transfers between Fcriiamliiia and New
chases enables us to offer our entire stock at such low
grow 'in strength. Already we find York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
people} calling themselves American citizens FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
instead ,
A.lubami.ins and
Virginians, as in
FIGURES THAT WILL/ DEFY COMPETITION. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
the
olden time. The press speaks of the connections at FEKNANDIXA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
American people, meaning; United States ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
people, and not Cubans or Columbians.So JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
"We have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
long as' the Republican party remainsin PENINSULAR.RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
power, so long will go on this transitionfrom LAKE WEIR.

the Federal Union of our Fathers to Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
the nation of;America. \ freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
and all we ask is to give us a call and price yourselves,and see theIDIDENSE FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .

H. MALLORY & CO., :
Pier 20 East River.New York. 51- .'. _

BA..BGAINSI-I
GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. ; -


ROYAL RZWOiA to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of El: E. DOTTERERINVITES
e ew nrri "' .

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ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OFt :

MODE BROTHERS ,
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-IN- { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }

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DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, I
EMBRACING MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF


GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. .


Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths.WE ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS ':,


PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY ._ _
HAVE JUST RECEIVED :
PWDERo ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF 'j
,.' .

u e Pure.Tills 100 ::PXECeS: : MAT'.L'IiTGS: : : : -j: FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I=- -

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PONDER lever varies. A marvel WHICH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. r
lore purit';.,tren' th anti wholesomeness. THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED. '
economical than the ordinary kinds,
and ca l1not y-wM; in competition with the : \
multitudeoftu'; test,short weight,alum or Steamer., ,;
phosphate 1 p vdew.? Sold only in can*. <.: I' MODE KRO'S NEW GOODS Received by Every:
;. ,
., 0\ALBAKING: POWDER CO., -, ". "
10(5( Wall Street, New York. .'. .18-Ip'; FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Cor. Second and C'cntrc! Sts.. FERXAXDIXA, FLA.
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I I4 #' ;. E i' GENERAL' DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. 1 Assesstor of lares-J. C. Matthews. I Sheriff R. F. Hosford.Treasurer I F.. & J. SHORT LINE DI VhS IOX

tdt't7' ;i County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of Je".ewu'v. F. Trantham, -J. E. Roberts. (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE Stpei"

*.*.. .. United States!! Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. Collector of RevenueTllos.. P. Shuler. )
fr' i I .Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine, ls..qessorof Taxes-Win. E. Shuler. GOING SOUTH.
f i I Ill I LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Assessor of Taxes-A. J.. W. Cobb, San- Fort McGo).. Superintendent of uSetOolsDr.H.Jackson. Leave Fernandina.................".... C.01y, thenil
t I!" ; Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson.Collector. MONROE COUNTY. ESCAMBIA. Leave Hart's,Road...................... G'....11{>}I'' mArrive -

::J; ivcr-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Jacksonville. ......... ...... -. 'I'* nl'
Revenue J. R. Herndon San- .0
.: Martin TaUat of County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. I County dge-X. C. Shackelford.. '1 I'"nl' nut
; SurDeyorGeneralIalachi GOING;
lerson.Superintendent. Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West. NOKTH.
Clerk-F. E. de la Rua.
t I : hassee. of'Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. II. Hutchinson Leave Jacksonville..........'.......... -. 10 the:

1 I :i DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. Assessor of ,Taxes-Walter C. Maloney J.r:.. Sheriff-W.Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Leave Hart's Road...................... s'l" ?.'In.Arrive I. oft

w 1 t ; \ Jadye-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West I Collector of RP.l'e1llte-anu..1 Palm s. Fernandina( ............ 850": nl' J

f JIzrs1Lal-J. H. .Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of Ret'enue-Iasun S. Moreno, I Assessor of Taxes-George Ree:'e. Jjir Trains: daily except Sunday. 'ni- theshe

I ll;]i I. ,Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Superintendent of&/wols-X. Scarritt. SUNDAY' EXCURSION !

,'. I INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools--J. Harris,Key WALTON. Leave Jacksonville................. p(0! bus
., 5 I !, Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C.Wainwright, Lake West. . .. Arrive Fernahdiua.......... "ilo-'v'. m I.
.
: Daniel McLeo'd Sr. .. ,
I 'County :
j Judge- ,
;sI ii i I Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Leave''('rn:1 Pl I.:1........... In.Arrive gnu
I. "
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Clerk-D. G. McLeiul.
Collector of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J:.Baker. Fernandina. Jacksonville.................. JVl;. >'m< plat
\, ;: I John W. Howell, Fernandina.I :Santa Fe.Superintendent. .' Sheriff--J.. Campbell. "M'-m.I
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+i;, : : Edwin Higgins: Jacksonville. of Sc/wols-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Treasurer-James :S. Bowers. CONNECTIONS.AT toeI
.
1; '1 ::1 i John F. House, St. Augustine.T Starke. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Collector of Revenue W. B. )1 cI.(>ne1. and
l' i' Assessor Taxes I). L. .
of Campbell.Superintendent :
the
', t 1 BREVARD COUNTY.:: Assessor if Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer-
fi 4 rr' SchOQls-Juhu C. ..
t : i of Doug FERNANDINA. \.,
State Officers.EXECUTIVE ., County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. foul
; las. -
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: Point. Collector of Rer.1zuc-"arren F. Scott. Fer- FCmaHlinatl' the:
f' it. 1J' nandina. HOLM IS. hip Line from New York on Tiu-M'ir: :!nli :
t'' Clerk-A. A.- Stewart, ,Titusville. preare
;: !. :. DEPARTMENT.GooertorWm. County Judge-.\. II. Brownell. for New York: on Thursday. (
.. I Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point.: Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
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; D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botliam, Caliahan. Clerk-T. H. I'itluan.SheriffTbontas With Sea Island Route from and to"lV ber
; ; 1 t Licutclw'/Lt-GoL'ernor-Livingston W. Beth-: na. ORANGE COUNTY. N. Ellis. nah and Brunswick, daily except Suni) :, up

''i. #, Key West. Revenue D. ,V. Bre Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.Collector AT CALLAHVN. the
Collector McQuaig.
of -
Q, Secretary of State-John L. Crawford; Tal- County Judge-J. :M.: Beggs, Orland j of RtI.tnlte-William Tucker. litt:!
yard County. To and from Savannah
Clerk Thos. J. Shine Orlando. and
l\hassee. fl1arlt"ton
Assessor Tuxes J. J. Newton.
of .
\ : Superintendent of ScLoolsI. E. English, and all North: pal
: t Comptroller'. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Sheriff-Thomas Shine, Orlando. Superintendent ofSclwJs-'hitm.n Curry. points and West, daily., acre
Titusville.
I 1 'ea.mrer-lIenr A. L'EngleTallahassee. I Assessor of Taxes-James )I. Owens, For WASHINGTON. .1 AT BALDWIN FLA., 40 I
t AUofltey-General-.George: 1.). Raney, Talla- : CLAY COUNTY.County Reid Fla.Collector. To and from! JnckeIIVilllTlla: la frO
? : h. lil.: ;see. Judge-J. T. Copeland, .Orange oljRet'c1tue-A.; M. flyer, Sanford. County: Judge-Win. B. Jones. I and all points, South, West t. and Xorthest'el!, will
". : .* i Commissioner of Lands-P.. White. Park. Sanford. -'** Clerk-J. E. Skipper. daily. Wl
; Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Superintendent of Schools'-John T..Becks Sheriff-E.= P. Melvin. I AT HAWTHORNE inn

: t I Superintendent of Public Instruction=E. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Fort Reid. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. To and from,PaJutka daily except:':nnda\. ken
Collector Rer'C1111e-.Tohn Roche.
: Springs. PUTNAM COUNTY.' of
poster Tallahassee. Will
11 :!. A djutantGeneral, -J.E.''T'Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Judge of PJ"ubateHarrison, Palatka. Assessor of Taxes-George W.Cook. With Stage Line AT WILDw00D.to and from llrook.-Yiiie; fug
i Schools-I). II. Horn. :
S Chalker. of
A. Superintendent
; iI Collector of Revenue-
11 Clerk-'\ F. Forward. Palatka. and Tampa daily foil
: i I! t BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Schools.......iR.. W. Davis, except Sunday.AT
CALHOUN.
'; '!i ': (bntnissioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- .Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shally. CEDAR KEY, .'L.\.. the.'
Assessor A. J. Woods. William Clark. nut
County Judge With Morgan's Line S
tl'amhil': s for
Rev
1 r$ see. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector Price. Clerk James S. Fannin. | thr<
: Tallahassee of Ret'cwle-Joseph \Vestand; Havana
:
Clerk-R. C. Long, every Saturday ; for New
t Columbus Drew Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Orleans Friday from tied
i Special Agent- every ; \ Key West
;anil
Lake .
Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. City. wh
Strickland. 'easurer-J. P. Richards. Havana from
Friday New
I Jacksonville. every :
; ; Building, Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkin every Saturday'': Orleans: Thltin

',, : ] SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. County Judge-W. II..Parker, Perry. Assessor of Taxes-John )[. Bush. With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers (

i Cie'r. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff=Green B. Weaver, Perry. Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well. for and from Key West. Monday( : and- pic'

r ..'.: j .,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee:Mon- foil',

see. Lake City. Superintendent of Scliools-T. J. Faulkner. daund Friday.For :: nov
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. RAILROADS. information bn
Perry. respecting routes, rate- ,
; : Jacksonville. -William A. McLean, Jack- County Treasurer D. S. Sutton ------- etc. to General abr
County Judge Perry. -- ------- -- apply Ticket Ollic.: Fernanddin
y: Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. County SUI'L'cyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. IME CARD or to the Company's:; offices in Jack: ( con wil!

t : CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Collector of Rez'elwe-J. B. Hardee, Perry. T OK THE sonville.
ast t
1 S' First Circus-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taj-es-R. L. Henderson.
R : ,; ; Assessor of Taxes--Daniel P. Smith Jack- FLORIDA RAILWAY &SAYIG1TIOJ COMPANY.Li
1 1 1 : : i 1! sacola. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. FLORAL CITY ROUTE.: perT

; : Second: Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville. M. R. St. is
County Judge Cooper, Augus- r.
I' Rctenue-Ioses J. Brown
r j ;: l I see. Collector of tine. Effect Miy 19th, 1384.TRANSIT CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. ed !

.. I: ': i Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. Clerk Bartolo F. Oliveros St. trio
Superintendent of Se/wols-Albcrt J. Rus- Augustine. : '& PENINSULAR DIVISION.FEP.NANDINA (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE' UITER.: >
i :' ; I Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Shcriff-Hamon Hernandez, St. Augustine hat!
I sell Jacksonville. i
_ .' ': I ville. Assessor of Taxes A. D. :iRogero, St. ( TO CEDAR KEY.) i WESTWARD.No. per
i Fifth Ci.cuit-Thom s I'.. King, Gaines HAMILTON COUNTY. .Au nstine. : 1. N%>. :s. 18,'
: I. ville. J. Stewart (Central,- or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Accom. Mail(;, Te
j County Judge-Henry Jasper. Collector. of RC'L'C1ntr-Joseph F. Llambias,
; Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Leave Jacksonville....... 8.35am .">..V.tlm i SOl
/'. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. St. Augustine. GOING: !SOUTH.:) I
I Arrive Baldwin ............
M ; ;: :i: Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Superintendent of Se/wofs-C. F. Pcrpall, Day I'as..Vt Pus. 9.12am JWpmLeave \ anl.a<
M. Duncan I Baldwin........... 9.ISam .1\\\\ .
: 1 Assessor of Taxes-J. Jasper. St. Augustine. A.M. P.M. -
,. i .' Collector of RlvenueH.. H. McLeod. Leave Fernandina................. u.40 4.25 Lake City..10.44 and 11.04 \I'm dui
,'.' : I Court Calendar. Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTEK COUNTY. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.10 5.03 Live Oak..11.40 a In 1.30pm:; UIK

::;i : 'j I 1 FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed, County Judge-J. R. Steele, Lcesburj Arrive Callahan...................... 7.55 6.04 41 :Madison: ............ 1.0S pm ;3.45am;

.I. i Fall Term- Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lce&burg.: Leave Callahan.............. ....... 8.05 G.30: Monticelo| ......... 1.40pm ;).30 am 1peci

-, ; 1. Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. I1ER. ANDO COUNTY. Sheriff J. S. Dychcs, Leesburg. Leave Dutton.................. ..... 8.35 7.05 Arrive Tallahas ee_...... 3.25; ; pm S.Ham
October. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. .. Leave Tallahassee........ 3.33; pm S.40 am
;Walton, 4th Monday in Frierson Brooks- Leave Brandy Branch....... .. 8.50 7.22: N
: Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Collector of Revenue-Jo:>eph Hutchinson, Arrive Baldwin.................... 0.10 7.47 "' Quincy .............. ..9") p m 10..,0 am

of I: in' October. ville.Clerk-J. C. Law Br oksvillc.SheriffJ. Sumterville.Superintendent. Leave Bald win_..................... 9.20 8.30 Arrive Chatta.-River.'.' .... 5.45 pm 12/23am saidBus
: :Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Mickler Brooksville. of! Se/tool.'I-A. H. Hel\'cn- Leave Maxville. .................. 9.47 9.00

; ; \ iii:s si October. Assessor] of laxes-R.,J. Bradley, Brooks- stun, Suniterville.SUWANEE. Leave Highland.....................10.07 9.25 EASTWARD.No.. 2. No. 4.Aeco11l. tun

: : Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in COUNTY. Leave Lawtey.........................10.20 9.45 Mail.( the

; ,. ; October. ville.Collector of RetenUt.-F.M. Hedich, Brooks- County Judge-I. M. Blackburn, Live Leave Tcmpl 's................... .10.30 10.14 Leave Chatt'chee ver.10.30. a m 1.30., pm Mai[
Escambia.1st Monday in December. ville. Oak. Leave Starke........................10.42 10.25 Quincy ..............11.t 1:):_, a. In .1- P n 1 thea

y This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- Superintend 'of Schools-A. M. Russell,'' Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Thurston................ ...10.54 10.43 Arrive Tallahassee: ........12.55 p m 4.50)pmLeave. fe

F- ruar! 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Dade. Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak. Arrive Waldo............>?.......11.14 11.15 Tallahassee ........ 1.05 p m 3.3): )pm ..

,. 1. I S1'ring Term. Assessor of Taxes-G.W. Umsted Welborn. Leave Waldo.......................11.25 1.15 Monticello......... 1.40pm H.O:: I'm froiries
/i. i, .::a: i-'. ; i THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-Wilson H. Sessions, P. M. Madison:: ;........... 3.43pm !...5pmi ; 11

'. ,- 1 I Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Welborn. Leave Gainesville................12.10 2.10 i Live Oak............ 5.00pm 12.10am

"y .,' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Superintendent of Se/wols-.T. O. C. Jones Leave Arredondo.................12.23 2.36 I Lake City........... .02pm) / 2.30am: |Yoi

b' i April.1 Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak. Leave Palmer........ ...............12 41 2.55 Arrive Baldwin........... 7.39 p m 5.3S: amLeave larerat-

% Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY. Leave Archer........................12 55 3.17 Baldwin........... ............ ............ I
i Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue. -Warren A. Givens, Leave Bronson....................... 1.44 4.00 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.23pm ;.3.) am and
1 :Suwanec:) 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.24 4.45 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will

1 : in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson prise.ClerkJohn. Leave Rosewood ................... 3.04 5.25 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but I qua rivt

A ,j'i Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. W. Dickins, Enterprise. Arrive Cedar Key.................. 3.30 6.00 will run Mondays. I are
W. A. Cone
Sheriff Enterprise.
JEFFERSON. Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto .
i in April. Thu/
*>; '* '. 1, i Lafayette, Cth Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge-\\ B. Lamar, )Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen GOING NOKTH. Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers I Ma
,,1 1 ; '. in Cove. Day Pas. M Pas. Jacksonville to New Orleans (daily.
Monticello.
1 : j April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, preDc'
Collector llelcnue-P. N. Glen
of Bryan,
A.M. _3* Take the FLORAL cnno UTI';,
:: \Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. P.M. !
I r ;. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent of Se/tOols-'V. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Cedar Key................... 7.35 6.40 the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida Cr,
F s '. October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, Leave Rosewood; ................... 8.07 7.15 Central and Western Division.ST. of .

# 1 i i Madison, 2d Monday in October. County T..easurer-'V. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise. Leave Otter Creek................. 8.38 8.00 Del
t 1. i Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 8.45 MARK'S BRANCH. edit

; t ,i Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Retentte-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordvillc. Leave Archer....................... 9.45 9.25. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'! ) IhO:

; ,in October. ticello. Sheriff Charles Alligood, Crawfordville. Leave Palmer .......................10.01 9.50 Leave Tallahassee! ..................... ... 8.00am() san
t;) ;1' Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Tares-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Arredondo...................10.15 10.40 Arrive'" aku 11:1............................. 0.05: a in of *Ih

,October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.45 Arrive St. Mark's.......................... y.iOam: g

I Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordvillc. Arrive Waldo.......... ............11.23 12.40A. Leave St. Mark::.........................10.00 a. m littsoy

rre in October. County Jll.dge-'V. J. Dixon, New Troy.Sheriff County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw- M. Arrive Wakulla l ............................10.25 amArrive ) .
'' i CIRCUIT fordville. Leave Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 .
1"'r FOURTII J. J. Johnson Old Town. Tallahassee I ,.......................11.30 a.m and
; Sp\fng\ Term- Collector of Ret'ellue-R. McMillan:: ,Craw- Leave Thurston....................11.5G 2.30 ern
New -
$ ; .ft. Johns, 2d Tuesday in March Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin Sc/100ls-J.C., Troy. fordville. I Leave Starke........................12.30 2.47 CONNECTIONS.At equ

; : (Jlay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent' of Ramsey, ew Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker Craw- Leave Temple's ....................12.37 2.57P. Jacksonville with Line for reel
Troy. Waycross
1 Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Trea.surer-J.)1. N. Peacock N fordville. )1. all North' with the Fernan "f ;
,, p ? laker, 2d Tuesday in April. County cwTroY' SANTA ROSA. Leave Lawtey. .....................12 58 3.23 dina points& and East; for :Fernan i ou;
i 'x. assau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Judgc-John Chain. Leave Highland.................... 1.14 3.45 Jacksonville Short Line sea
; Collector Rczcnue-Adelbert S. dina and all on
;ai uval, 1st Tuesday in May. of Ackley, Clerk-R. R. Shepard. Leave Maxville.......:............. 1.344.15 ; with Steamers for points Inc.
Old Town. the St. Johns etc.
?' ,Ji1t., Term- Treasurer-Robert Robinson. Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 River, St. Augustine,
Ten-
1 Assessor Taxes-David R. Townsend At Transit & papnut
,.. '1.1 St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. New of Collector of Rn'enue-'Y. J. Williams. Leave Baldwin........ ........... 2.05 5.40 insular Baldwin Division with for Gainesville Florida Ocala: fer-
: ", I Clay: 4th Tuesday in September.Bradford Troy. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 G.OO Gulf, Ports.! ..
+ .: .1 : 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. Leave Dutton......................... 2.40 (;.15 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Florida: "
: At Live Savannah
t '' 'j,' : Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.Sheriff Arrive Caliahan.................... 3.10 6).GO Oak with the ire

1 \: Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. POLK. Leave Caliahan..................... 3.18 7.10 & Western Railroad.At Branch ries
tq' 't Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.Superintendent County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.05 Tallahassee with St. Marks beef

I' :a. '. ;. FIFTH CIRCUIT. of Se/tOols-Henry N.Felkel, Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Arrive Fcrnandina_............... 4.38 8.40 Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat fe
,1 1 Tallahassee. Sheriff W. M. Bowen. urdays.At .
i, i. ; 1, :, .. Sping Term- Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Treasurer-F. F. Seville. 55- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Jim
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.R: :. : inter, 3d Monday in March. Collector of &tJtnue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Collector of Rer'enue-J. D. Filles. Night Passenger: daily.PENINSULAR. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. I'cn- Weii

',:. : anon, 4th Monday in March. hassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. Johnson. sacola Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, i

',. '.. : utnam, 3d Tuesday: after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. Superintendent of Se/tOols-P. R. McCrary. Louisville, and all points West. Southwest, lav 1)

t F M ch. DIVISION. and Northwest, and with all boats for Apa- 1,
I ev ', 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY. DADE. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.' ) lachicola. Columbus and Eufaula.
Allen E. .
_ County Judge- Heyser.Clerk Jai
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to
Mi ch. The Shortest. Quickest and Best Route .
Clerk-J. M. Barco Bronson. -P. W. Faulkner. GOING SOUTH. .1f
lachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in'March. all Nest.Through .
Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. Sheriff-Wm. M. Mattaur. Day Pas. Xt Pas. points Car Berths!
Tickets and
; Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. Treas'llrer-J. Wm. Ewan. P.M. A.M. : Sleeping
}:. Fall Term4' ............... secured at Company's Depot Ticket Officer ndJo
Suinter 1st Monday in October. Collector of Rer.'enuc-H. B. Barco Cedar Collector of Revenue-Wm. H. Benest. Leave :Ilclo. ........12.01 1.00
of tttf JO.0f.
and
at new office southwest corner
in October. Key. Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Benest. Leave Dixie i 1.30 .
:Marion 3d Monday
Putnam., 3d Tuesday: in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- JACKSON.Cotinty.TudgeGeorgc Leave Hawthorne............. ....12.38 1.53 and Hogan. Jacksonville.A. o. MACDONELL Fla. .0f.Mi
Leave Lochloosa..12.58
2.23
.i ,k. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November.4th in hall, Bronson. F. Baltzell. Leave Orange Lake................ 1.22 2.53 Gen'l) ":'!icket and Pass.Agent.Fernandina (not ill
Alachua Monday:: after Tuesday MADISON COUNTY. Fla-
a : lcrk-Frank: Philips.SheriffAndrew Leave Sparr's........................ 1.38 3.12 I re
f November. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi Scott. Leave Anthony: Place............ 1.51 3.28 C. W. MAXWELL,

..,, SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Leave Silver Spring.............. 2.25 Master of Transportation.

jL Spring Term- Sl/criff-8. A. Parrimore Madison. Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. Leave Ocala............................ 2.45 4.20 Baldwin, }1:1.:
- Orange, 4th Monday in January.Volusia Clerk-John M..Beggs, Madison Assessor of TaxesV.. B. Wynn.Superintendent Leave Lake Weir Station....... 3.28 5.10 D. E. MAXWELL

... 3d Monday in February.Brevard : Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Perry, vfSclutoh.-Samuel J. Erwin. Arrive Oxford........................ 3.45 5.29 General Superintendent.
in March.
I u. 1st Monday
; T' Madison. FRANKLIN. Leave Wildwood................... 4.00 5.50 Fernandina, Fla.
::= j Iade,3d Monday in April. County Trea.mrer-8. S. Smith Madison. County Judge-Robert G. Baker. Arrive Leeshurg.................... 4.35 G.30 ------- -- ._-----
,, ;, ;Fall Term-r Collector of Ret'mueD.. Wadsworth, RENTLARGE
.; f. Orange, 2d Monday in August. :Madison.: Clerk-J. A. Atkins. GOING NORTH. FOR -
:+" Volusia 2d :Monday: in September. Assessor Ta.xcs-\\ P. Mad Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. .\.M. P.M.
tI g .; ', l'' Ure'ard.4th Monday in September. ison. of Thompson. Treasurer-R. II. Porter. Leave Lecsburg..................... 6.50 5.35: DWELLING AND STOK&: :

1 '" '_ \'. I Pade, 2.1 Monday in November. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Leave Wild wood.... .............. 7.22 G.35 extensive yard-room and gardens:
:' ;: ; I MANATEE COUNTY. ..1SUSOr.of Taxes-F. J. Egbert.Superiztendeiit Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 (;.53 attached Alachua street suitable for a 5cl
} .i.1 .;. County Judge-Z. '1'. Crawford, Manatee. of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Leave Lake Weir Station-. 7.49 7.17 on ; Possession

1 ';" g '.>,1;. :, ., Comity Ofliccrs.ALU1IUA. Clerk Robert S. Griffith. Manatee. GADSDEN. Leave Ocala............_. 8.30 8.29 large be family or about boarding-house.1st.
II" can given August
i '::' : : Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47

.; :'';". ',' I County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines Assessor of 7tr.rcs-\V' F. Parrish, Braden Clerk County Henrv Judge-S.J.Reeves.R. Hams. Leave .UtthonyPlace............. 9.15 0.19Leave DWELLING ON ESC.DIHLSTIEI'f.

s ", '. 'vin e.; town. Sparr's:: ........................ 0.23 9.39 the has large halls ;;
: /oiVfThomas Mitchell. facing bay; eight rooms,
Collector Revenue Marion G. Carlton
,, t :: j;. : Clerk-5. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. of Treasurer .\. 31. Smith. Leave Orange Lake. 9.40 10.03 piazzas, excellent well, etc.
..: 4. i'! t"tJ-'S.: C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.02 10.43 MM
CoUector Revenue:. M. .
I J;t; 1 1Ii '!,' tR.'r'ffrJt T/Ixes--s. II. Wienges, Gaines Superintendent' of schools-Felix J. Seward. ,' of of Taxes-Hamilton Morgan.Assessor McPhaul. Leave Hawthorne.................10.23? 11.15 STORE AND DWELLING formerly occupied : firV
Pine Level. Leave Dixie.' :........
10.40 11.35:
i' : .: ville. Superintendent of Se/tOuls-C. E. L. Allison. by )IN. Fletcher. on Third street.\
A I ::" j Collector of Rel'fflUe-H. C. Denton, Gaines MARION COUNTY. A.M.
r 't- -:Samuel F. Marshall LIBERTY. Arrive' Waldo. .
ville. County Judge Ocala, 12.15 ,For terms, etc., apply ,to
f -f 1'I ; 'Superintendent of Sdio k-W. N. Sheats,,I I 1 Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. County Judge).(. J. Solomons. Day Passenger daily except Sunday ; ', G. STAu'.

!Gainesville. ', ; Scrij-.1.( B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Clerk-W.W.Jeter. Night Passenger dailv. Fernandina, May 2, 1881.

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Till VKAXUT.Surrounding AN ORDINANCE GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.. .-"' >-.,'"..,.. .,.-. ::{ > c...:.;...'....:.",',..",,:,,.'. \. DRUGS ,MEDICINES, ETC ,
Norfolk, Va., lies the: great To Pfftvldefor Further Protection Against Fire. >'; '" .. -.. ;. .. ."".;,.,. :
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; world Norfolk isiteatcout IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR .,.,' ., .
,, uf time! and .' c1.l''oi; .. .. .' o
rc"illu BE '''' ::'\' 'r .EST nLISI.IED 1875
point for this'product.. Council of the City of Fernandinn : ., !i- .' ',:,".1: ',-.., /;!. .._ .. : .,, ; -
the oreiltlst xport :SECTION; 1. That from and after the passage ;. ; ,..,;I. ,,tt'f'. ::!,. I.-. : _i' ; <.: --
factories for cleaning them ordinance :1 ,-" ,'i1 t I.; .".,.''dr'.' .-.-.-. oJ.. ,;,'... ''-
of this
throe, 1-irge every person owninga : .: .: '. ..., ", : ':. .
its! : :' ,''.. \i ,'. : syr ; :- ''/. l _' 'f'!. : : :' ,
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them for market, andnub frame building of any description located : 2' t. < '.. 1.t{ ;"'"i-: : >oJ' DRUGS and MEDICINES .
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preparing "
.uu3] within the limits of (. "'- ,,:A 'i"t!='r,., "" .., :' tJ'i. ::" ,.. .:, ,": '-, "; :' :
of the
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of tll ands corporate City ' :; '"
hundreds m k" "
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3"lldJe tcar1 .' ,; .',1$>>t". bl ). !;/ ", 't' .iC. ;,i-!> :" ,: ;:..; : 't"1' ; ..
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Fernandina shall ,
"' be and is
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they : hereby requiredto ;'/ '.. .;" 4 t,; 'oo! 't.11 *.' .-.- ""e..*f-= ...-t.v;, ....,,ft.1": .. .
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'Is of lints. i! and substantial ladders sufficient | | ( '
eltll provide good : :. '
tells "''esomethingabout for of the roof ] ., : :) : i t'! ,") HORSEY & CO.
A pcanut A.ltlll'r of-:the crop. The nuts are of said building.approaching. every part. .,:f -'. : <. ,; : :/ .: .: %.T.., ; ,

the caltivatioh : and it requires a SEC. 2. Said ladders may, at the option of ..- ,,...... .' .:,;". .; :r 1 :":, .::\L .: .',. '. ., '
planting\ : :
idled before the owner, permanently attached to the _
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I 1 um l a half tn plant an acre. Thebusllcl building or they may be'movable ; providedthat .. "Fr: s't- : N:;'.':. !' : =1 PHARMACISTS 1 i
limtwetl lightly', aud the nuts are roof ladders shall at all times be upon I : ', -
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"1'111111' I ._ ," '{, .
the '
roof for
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n something l like corn or potatoes ready use. -. : : : tjt' ; '
r United In hills the SEC. 3. It shall be the duty of the City : : :::;':'r{ \ ;z.} < -" .
im-rely drop 1 peanut ; : }
Some, farmers Inspector of Chimneys and Flues or such 'rf.. -t. 't"5 .,: ".. Centre Street.FERXANDIXA .
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cover it by digging' dirt over. it withfoot. I I other person as the Council may appoint, to '. .; rti; ".. L.fr. : :: ', :. ;. ,
Lr The fop comes up in vines make a tour of inspection throughout the FLORIDA.
I city at least once in three months, for -. v e "'- :' : 5 ,
vines. These spreadground every s'f.4 : : '" -
lo uhmni,, like smftll, wa and bear a the purpose. of seeing that the -.fore oil1g 02'S1 :.:<" : a
over the constantly. hand a fine assort-
thenistIves with and he '- :-
I requirements arc complied I KEEP
When the peanuts i'I of FRESH
'ClIohhISS'I1I and PURE FOREIGN
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lIre 11 tlu"latter part of Septentbcr ::; shall promptly report to the Mayor all cases bdGC : : : and
11'e in DOMESTIC
:doff t ,
of violation of this ordinance. '
ur( frost, the vines are pulled O .: :;-
the !tint i ; .
before to SEC. 4. It shall be the duty of the Mayor -, .
:1nl! the "peanuts are seen stacked clinging inX I to take cognizance of all cases violation P '. I .' .riz Drugs and Chemicals

niP. rout. lit haycocks"' are then, to dry, and up then 1 of this ordinance and any property-owner, a...., .'f O ';' "j{; ,

or the agent of the owner, reported fur noncompliance . "
the An .:
lLr.fr and, sold to groceries.: M ::. ; I '
I. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines
1'u will produce from herewith shall first be admonished :: /.n. ,
,anted 1 in peanuts in writing by the Mayor to comply 1 CJ
and 1 as they are worth 1t
Jno lOt bushels: dollars a bushel, it. .! with the first and second sections of this r-: Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
two
frutonc dollar\ to ordinance within ten ((10)) days of the date
the crop 1 is a paying one. A. B. NOTES
Hill be < WIIl'1I the factories: hclll. This is all shaken and any 'person failing to comply herewith I ,
milch tlirt mg; to after such admonition, shall be arraigned "* I
iers tsWindnlillor of n farmel' I DEALEB INrL2i ==
) tlif ill liccyhinr machines ltke. for the cleaning and, upon conviction.shall be fined not i et PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
other less l than $2 than $10 togetherwith
nor more ,
sorted
(If ?min, stir l 1 the nuts are into which shall be the in Florida Lands.The
four' ; grades for the market. First, 'however, ordinary costs cases, of arrest. same as j Family Supplies, IN GREAT VARIETY.

t'luy arc J J Picket- SEC. 5. This ordinance to take effect thirty I -
,,tits and thi i i.- dam! by a moving after its first II I
days publication.: HEAVY GROCERIES,
the I
wned chi I nuts are cart -
widu on MrN
three feet colored SEC. 6. All ordinances or parts of ordinances Physicians' Prescriptions
of
Huml women,
fth.i l l':1st pick a out great the ba Jones as they go by. pealed.Adopted., conflicting herewith are hereby re- P Peninsular |I-- carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

fortylcents a day and arc alld Grain
Hay
Thl''c! women :get :May 21.1884. reasonable prices.
if they make :f coy I. mistakes. J fterl'lckin" o
fined [SEAL.] G. F. AVERY
and sorting, >Ie nuts are put into President. ANDTropical

four i ubhcl bas n dralcrf'attd t ch.ippcd.front two They dollars are a Attest : EMIL 0. FRIEND City Clerk. ;1r SHIP STORES- O
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mm1 t.rl. Few ncanuts are shippedaIrow Approved May 23,1884. Z = -I_= Florida
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W. POPE. Mayor.
l d, and mo t;, "f %ups,, sold in Europe{ T Furniture P
Africa whit' a the peanut growsWlht. f:9
from ;
cmie lu the Circuit Court, Nassau
The .African nrts are not so goodas S GC RAILROAD COMPANIES
and im- County, Fla. Stoves,
Are smaller more
the American:: ;
:! .. at .
4ae\ KENDALJS'
'lcrfL'ct." IN TIlE MATTER OF TIlE ") ASSIGNMENTESTATE -= 0'"n\ G
The peanut productt the United Statesmrji.i.llvincmiMiig. OF JACKSON J. PRINOF Paints, v ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE ::: _. .SPAVINGURE
I ; :u 1 in 18SO it amount1 DECEASED. ) DOWER.ALL _.
GLE, O Crockery, -----::: --- ==---- --
1 to/ $2,150.000. Durinl that year Virginia: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.TAKE COUNTIES OF
worth fci.OUO/WO) and last year it 02 MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
t-ilc: Was:!
hal grown to :$l,5iJU.Of; ,), or a gain of fifty that Monday, the ninth day : Hardware, N THE discovered, as it is certain in its
of June A. D. will make applicationto
An. n thref ywir-C North Carolina in 1884,1 : effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
I jior the of the Court in and for
County
Judge
Will urtKlua-d 1 7">( ,000fusheh of [peanuts, O2W Willow-Ware. 5o AL.A.CHU.A7 BELOW.
Fernandina to
the County of Nassau, at ,
l ).OOO. an P Virginia 1,350.000.
Teuiios-ce! :::
have my Dower assigned and set apartoutof =
.-1111I1'; fi-ff nuts are produced in Kentucky PUTNAM
however the lands, tenements and personal prop- 7 Saved Him $1,800.00.
; Virginia, ,
;-in./ a 1 'I111 Jeorgi.i.f the estate of Jackson J. +
JusasujK'riorw il aiid ( 'q mat(', and its product erty belonging to .
Pringle, deceased. --* ADAMS, N. Y., January 30, 1882.
I will al\fiys be the largest == MARION
prob.tbly
.
JANE E. PRINGLE, Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
I and) the IJCi'-t.-"G' >. h Cletda1Lll.caclcr. g RI
I r/ ,.., Widow of Jackson J. Pringle, deceased. ( GEXTS-Having used a good deal of your
t Fernandina, Fla., May 18,1884. : : '. RAND Kendall's Spavin Cure with great: success. I
\\vumiK S1'ltt [f.nIUES; COME HQ thought I would let you know what it has

t ,,'It Oet I N done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya

I 'I 1 am happy' to bay: there is every pros- LUCY COTTAGE Prim a Low a a the Loweat HERNANDO colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. ,

t peet'f' [ a good .lStraw eu,' crop this season," Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, w When I was breaking him lie kicked over
hiiil the largest rtceiveis i of strawberries in the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his

, IV'un: to a Globe repor!"r. Have just re- FERN ANDINA. FLORIDA. AT PRICES FROM hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best

mrneil\ from a tour inspection( through farriers but they all said he was spoiled.He .
fetrawberry-srowing sections of Virginia, had large and I
Offers well furnished, withor a very thorough-pin,
I 1hn-land and Deli\varef. have found all without pleasant board.rooms Table Boarders will be I $1.25 to $10 per Acre. used two bottles of your Kenda I's Spavin
I to (TDr promising well and'coming 01r'I accommodated also transient. Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off ami
I 11'da's earlier titan 1 1st= ; 1 ';4'I he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
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year
O. 'rIIO IPSON. ,, ,. '
2 Miss LUCY \
1 '. ', ,,',. ri, .' >.",
: \\Vlierc! d,) the earl. strawberries come \ -. !I used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit
,. has always cured and left the
l I'Olll All these lands are in the central completely
t We occasionally tee.ive a few curly her- FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER i leg smooth.It .

I nclioiu Ch:1fJest1m1M: t Florida via New peninsular portion of the State, and is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
I Y'>rk. but thc.t eatlicst''e: receive direct, in I have recommended it to a good many, and

ui' I' quantities, arc froik Virginia. Fifteen FOR SALE CHEAP : within fifteen miles of Railroads in they all say it does the work. I was in with-

; crafts arrivwl to-day,, bj the Norfolk boat, erington &Kneeland's drug store in Adams,
mill wore will> \ gojierally for fifty cents per TnDGINGS. AND SLABS, successful operation, traversing a territory the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou

1 quart. .\. few berries cohie from the James | \j 10 cents per load. '. sent them. I tried to huy it, but could .

t r'It'mt: l a very large proportion of themarc ROUGH LUMBER which is being more rapidly not ; they said if I would write to you that

grown within twcnfmiles of Norfolk you would send me one. I wish you would,
r"> The lH'xt!>Irl\\: hCfI'ics wU receive come from From $5 to $10 per M ft., settled and developed than any other and I will do you all the good I can.

t Maryl.mil: :and, JX-lawarl They are grown according to quality. of the State. Very respectfully E. S. LYMAN.
UNIVERSITY HOTEL part
\principally uitJnn MX. or eight miles of the DRESSED LUMBER,

, I>el.nvjre: and<<1 Maryland Railroad, between $12 to $20 per M. feet. The fertility of the soil and accessi- -
1
('p'..fidij, )1<<1. und'Clavljii, Del., a distance SEWANEE, TENX.IMI.A.'Y" Kendall's Cure.
Spavin
'f ..i.Hiui: loo tuill' .' If:the Maryland and Orders by Telephone promptly attended to. bility to the largest and best markets
IMa\vare: berries arc viiy late we may re-
inuthe, fruit from Vifcinia for an entire WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, I 1884. make these lands particularly desira- ON IIUJI.r\S FLESH.

month, but if they Chance: to be early, thou- Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Y EVAY, IND., August 12,1881.Dr. .
I sjink yes hundreds of ghousands of quarts ble for the cultivation of fruits and B. J. Kendall &: Co.:
I III' tor'ia berries: will il>t [pay for the pick.uid Office foot Centre Street. 8Tee HOTEL GEXTS-Sample of circulars received to
NEWLY BUILT AND
I 111.: arc allowed r.t on the plants. Aaterworeeeivebcigies THIS will, be opened on the 1st of early vegetables for shipment. For day. Please send me some with my imprint
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I 'hIt' from New Jer- printed on one side only. The "Kendall's:
Machines -Ice Machines June for the of
Summer Visitors.
I s".I', ,U'd a little later' Stit|from Lung Island, Situated on the receptiou Cumberland in the large and immediate profits there is Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with US',
I. ami ''lien come natives. Some of the Southern plateau, and not only for animals but for human
berries are line\ buV none of them! are domain of the University of the South, and no industry in Florida equal to the ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
within six miles of the Southern Chautauqua
equal to best natives! After natives we leading farmers in our county, sprained an
our
r receive borne from Portland, Me., and last Headquarters, for grounds tractions at for Mont Summer Eagle.Visitors.it offers unusual at- raising of early vegetables for Northern ankle badly, and knowing the value of the

. 01| all from the Provinces. The crops, as remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
. STATE OF FLORIDA, The passenger trains on the Nashville & markets. did far better than he had cured
ytnsee, come along in ra ation, the picking Chattanooga Railroad connect AT COWAN expected ;
1 season in each section fisting, on an average the sprain in very short order.
with the Railroad Sewance. For new and circular
Wood & Bailie's Patent. Tracy City to descriptive ,
; but about two wee Is. Including the'larlestons Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.
fiSf The charges will be-per day, $2.00 ;
. we now hale* berries in this per week, $10.00 ; per month, $40.00 ; for the address Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All
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' market from' about March 1 to August 1. druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
How do .fEJ""ThisIachine has many advantages. season, (three months), per month, 3500. S. I. WAILES,
range?
prices Address will be sent to any address on receipt of
:L "Weather, supply, < ity and condition the DR. B. J. KEN
qua Send for Circular. Address UNIVERSITY HOTEL CO., Land Commissioner, price by Proprietors,
arc the four factors whicl xttect prices. Ber- 29 Sewanee, Tenn. DALL & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
II nes may he cheap! when hey are scarce, on Jacksonville Fla. Send for Illustrated Circular.
. :account I of their condition and they may be WILLIAM B. C DURYEE, ,

bigh when they are'Aleut ul, owing to their Post-Office Notice. M. A. WILLIAMS, Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.

,I. unu" ally\ tine condition When they are 23 Fernandina, Fla. Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. '

,. Plentiful and in idition they are, Salesman.
c.
poor Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30: A. M.
"' perhaps I you can imagi ic, very cheap. I A. T. BARNHILL & SONS
Letters from
i, wvc sold file, Norfolk be ties from 10 cents Money Orders and Registered

. ''OH.2jt per l 8:00 to 1:00 and from 2:00 M .
quart: by the ate. Cor. Broome and Second Sts., A. M. p. M.; r.

'What" are tin annual receipts in this to 3:30 r..i.ARRIVAL Lt : : ', :'-': MUNN & CO., of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAK, continue -
o market': ," f to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats, TradeMarks
\'ll FERNANDINA, FLA., AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ', : Copyrights for the United States Canada
roughly: from Virginia: upwards / England, France,Germany,etc. Hand Book about
pt t :
s Im IW1JUilIiol1 quarts' from Maryland Transit &: Peninsular Railroad _, ; Patents sent free. Thlrty-apvpn years'experience.
aid Blacksmiths Can and Locksmiths Arrives ....... 4:00 Patents obtained throuflh1UNN: & CO. noticedIn
' ,< ,)tOOO ; From New Jersey daily except Sunday. p. M. are
: liin. } the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest best and
(NI"I ;
mails from the North the ;
p ; and front Lonsr island 800,000 to and Brings ,',> most widely circulated scientific paper. $3.20 a year.
l'Io Jr,1M\\) ,V e receive more native berries I Carriage Shipsmiths. Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular :: Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting In-
:. '"AC- than railroads. ;';:", ,. .',f.': formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific A mer-
: we do from any other one secUjh lean sent free. Address: UNN &CO., SCIENTIFIC
.
aOIl' tI' ; llowl it would be Closes daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A. :M. ,. "" 0'1.:'' "" ''" 7'. AMERICAN Office.261 Broadway New York.
many more T AIRING DONE IN ALL BRANCHes '.
I. dimlictilt tosayVery comparatively. > Takes mails for the North, the .'-: J:::,: i.,:.....;'"/; ,:./,,.,. :.,. ,
: .
art > reasonable rates.
at
Gulf coast Transit and Peninsular
reeeivel from !Maine i.ZJ :
and the Provinces. '
., Orders for SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINT- roads.Lccsburg .::.\:, ,;::/ .:. i1:;. ,; :" : obtained for new inventionsor

\. BOOKS .- ING will be promptly attended to, one of train arrives daily.......... 8:30: A. M. '..r:4:; """rf. 1'.. h> ..' PATENTS for improvements in old

AND STATIONER Brings Western mail only. ; > ;: :t,,;', :,p; : ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand
,the members of the firm being a first-class Fernandina &: Jacksonville Railroad- ., ,
'.',; '11',>l. :',,: i'y I all patent business promptly.attendedto.
,= Painter._23__ Arrives daily except Sunday......... 8:50 A. M. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE KEEN
. IOI.iCREW, Brings the Jacksonville and St. : :; i$3$ ;; ; ;' REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-

ooUsellor. C. C. STRATTON & CO.,, John's river mails. ::;- ented by us. Being opposite the U.8.1)at- _.

13[ Stationer! Arrives daily except Sunday......._ 5.00 p. $t. ',', .: ';:;.,);;: ,',v--r."..t .. :;) ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI

, Printer and Binder. Brings mails same as above. NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can securepatents -
.. OF MACON, GEORGIA, Closes daily except Sunday......... 9:00 A. )1. .: : >,:,1. '.; '--< in less time than those who are remote- ,
s Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's : '. "-" ; ,,, i1t. ;..r". "', \," :.: from Washington.When .
.. ,' .1 :;' :: T-, ,:: '
a pool Books and (Jrange Wraps THE MODE BUG'S, River and Northern mails. ..j>';,; 'j.:.!?} H ".\ ;, ,':" ,' ; Inventors send model or sketch .
I i HAVEIADE FIn., the authorized Closes daily except Sunday........... 5:30 P. M. '" !,:':;f\.. ;..rtf;> .... we make search in the Patent Office.'''and

SOW A SPECIALITY. Agents to contract for the sale of their Takes the Jacksonville, John's advise as to its patentability free of charge,
; river Northern and Western mails : Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-

I'1 -- Sunday 3IailJacksonville 't: f ;[f fi{/i able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -

" ti-! Liberal 1 BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties and St. John's River, : IS OBTAINED.We :

dUcounts \ ;o Teachers and arrives.....................................1025 A. M. refer by permission to the City Postmaster -

I rtdt: :. Bt'clall'rIC' s auJ. taloguc free on wishing to purchase will get all information Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. :u. > and to the Superintendent of the

1- Pht'atiol. as regards prices from them. Jacksonville, St. John's Rh'erand PostOffice10nev.. Order Division in Wash

) \ Samples of different qualities and stylescan the North, closes...................... 6:00 A. M. ington. For special references, circular,service .

59 W. BAYvviREET I be seen at the office of Jacksonville and St. John's River terms, etc., addressC.

MODE BRO'S, only, closes............................. 4:00P.M. .f : .tit.; A. SNOW & CO., -

JACK XVILLE, FLA- I 2G I Fernandina. SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. ; : ,: Opp.Patent Office. WashingtonD' !. 2t .' .

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r : I '.;.; r I i I THE FLORIDA MIRROR: : MAY 31, 1884' : "

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1 ty committee are intrusted with the collection Notice of Removal. Summer Silks, ",
PF FLORIDA MIRROR. r
: i of the county exhibit, and all instruc- I beg to inform my many friends, and the 40 cents a yard at THE

"' ''* L "' x tions from the Commissioner will reach the public generally, that. I have removed mystationery J. & T. 1)iDD) s. I '

I'EAII.1,00 Fall SIX MONTHS Association its chairman. store and news stand to the new
- I through and handsome' quarters in the Howell Precinct Convention.All 'VONDERFULHOOPER
t : 9"0.d building on1 "Centre street. Thankful for

: : : i Reflections. Base Ball. past favors, hope to merit a continuancein Conservative-Democratic voters are
,r I The first: game of the season was played my new ,quarters. E. W. Nix. requested to assemble .at Lyceum Hall: on
:;: : 'I' ijirst quality Base Ball regulation( ) Dal. here Monday afternoon between the Rub- Fernandina, May 80, 1884. Monday, June 9th, at 8 o'clock p. m., for
eleven
the of delegates to
electing
it'. ; and Canvas Oxford Ties, at I rc scott's. bers of Jacksonville and the purpose
.. ;: Fernandinas.As represent Precinct No. 1 at the County Con- FORCE PUMP.
/.ev. H. S. Yerger has been elected Chap- far as the home club was concerned it Range of ThermometerFOR vention to be held at Callahan on Saturday,

sr' '. I lai of the Fernandina Volunteers. could hardly be considered anything else THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MAY 30, June 17th. W. N. THOMPSON,
UORSEY'S:; DRUG STORE. Chairman Precinct No. 1.
: : 1'hc Postofficc was this week transferred than a practice game, as .they had never THE BESTWELLPUMP
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to'Jtsnew quarters on Centre street., been in the field together as a nine. Nevertheless 1I 1- :: :-: New Goods.

they were victors, by a score of I ::'I"; ::. ,.. iVindI MADE.UNEQUALED .
easy lines of in department
f .I IM We understand new uniforms are to beentered I + I n: 0Saturday. Large ,new goods every -
0'.' ; 26 to 17. The material of the club is first- at J. & T. KYDD'S.
..
'F a, ., : for the Nassau Light Artillery
', class, and, with proper practice, we see no ..._. Iay 24 II 80 8G I 85 84 S. E.
i'tff ,. ;j George It. Fairbanks and family left the Fernandinas should not be Sunday ..............25 81 86 84: 831 S. E. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale ,
foSewanee Tenn., on Wednesday last. reason why Monday ............26 78 84: '83 S. W. FOR SPRINKLING GARDENS* ,
ffp the champions of the State this year. The Tuesday ..- .........27 7( 82 82 182 i Tracts containing twenty acres each of

'1 ttf,.! .4Ir. Charles A. Choate, of Tallahassee, score is given below : 'Vednesda '........2S 77 84 83 82 IS.'P.. i choice high hammock land on Orange'Lake WASHING DO\VS, CARRIAGES.
suitable for and truck farin-
t S pa: t1 the Mirror a. pleasant visit yesterday.firs. Thursday ..........29 .72 72 71 71 X. E. orange growing trr
1 1 FERXAXDINAS. Frida,v................30 70 75 172 72 X. E. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare -
and :Miss Annie conveniently situated for
; William Lawtey r o. B.II. ----r---- very transpor-
.-'t I Lu.vtey were by the Stale of Texas Maxwell, 311 b...............,.. 4 2 1 -- -- ------ tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on A MINIATURE
.1Sfl passengers Swann 1st b................... 3 2 3 MARINE. terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques

.-(. i this. week. :Marsh, p.... ..........'.......... 2 4. 3Menzies tionable. Also valuable timber lands ,in FIRE

->;..$! : ';sty Tax Collector Westberg will close the 1. f.................... 2 3 4 Port of Fernandina. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, DEPARTMENT

'' '' hubby, r. f..................... 4 2 1 '.' HIGII WATER. --I February 16. 1832. Fernandina, Fla.
of the
bo ks for the collection city taxes 01
) Hunt, s. s....................... 4 2 3 Saturday, 'May 31...... 1:01: A.M. 1:34 P. v. *
6t\\a of June. Snead c. f....................... 3 3 3 Sunday, June 1...... 1:57" 2:31" .Eor Sale. EXAMINE SAMPLEAT

( ftent's; low quarters Baltimore Handmade Le Fils, 2d b................... 2 4 2 Monday, ? :. 2...... 2:52" 2:31 ,. A second-halllliliano.V Will be sold cheapif

_ .' Stalk, c.................:......_ 2 2 2 Tuesday, 3...... 3:46": 4:18: h
i Strap Ties, at Prescott's. applied for soon. For further information
r Wednesday, 4. 4:39" 5:00":
3 i ; Children's Praise Meeting tomorrow Totals_........................2G 21 21 Thursday, 5...... 5:31: 6:01.' apply at the otlice of
FRED W. HOYT
'j ? I ,I. .' 3 qvlning, at 7:30 o'clock at the Presbyterian IlunDEIlS. Friday, G...... 0:20 u 6:40: u THE MIRROR. & GO'S.CIDER .

1 : I.. ClFurch. All invited Peterson, s. s.................. 4 2 1
:' t .. Mott, 'f., c. r.................... 0 5 1 ENTERED. Notice to Excursionists.
t "/t I! 1 : ;Ir, Fred "". Hoyt, accompanied by his Shields. 1st b.................. 2 3' 2 May 24-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan- Mr. T. :M. Carnegie desires us to notify the

I.r wife and infant son, left for New Hampshire Cole, l I.: f........................., 2 3' 2 nah ; with passengers, to W. B. public that in the future no excursions will

;, last Tuesday for a short visit. Sed wick, p..................... 1. 4''' 1 Tucker, agent.
: Harlan, 21 b................... 2 2 3Lyncli u 24-Bark Regina Rodman, George- be allowed to visit Dun gen ess, unless by his

i ;The case of C. C. Seeba for killing Mr. 3d I,.................... 2 3 1 town ; ballast to Mizell Bros. special permission.

: .=' W! II. Fairbanks was tried in the Duval Mott, K., c..................... 2 "_ 0.,>) 27-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah -

,: : t Circuit Court, and resulted in the acquittal Mode, r. f....................... 2 327 0 ., ; with passengers to W.
{ B. Tucker, a ent.
-- FOR RENT_
f !| of 1 seeba. Totals.........................17 13 2S.; P. David Clark Daniels, Savannah !

t s :'* 1 i ii ;,'he schooner Mattie Neman, Capt. Loveland .- SCORE BY I :\I\G8. : with freight and passengers DWELLING AND STORE.
to W. B. Tucker, agent
LARGE
i i: i-1 arrived here yesterday afternoon from 123456789T'1 28-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 extensive yard-room and gardens:
it Xcjv' York with a cargo of hay, brick and Fernandinas..2 G 0 0 1 4 G 1 -26 toilS New York : freight andpaSSE'nge attached, on Alachua street ; suitable for a ItEFIXED

i Rubbers.........1 2130312 4-17 to \V.Southwick large family or boarding-house. Possession:
lithe, consigned to Fred W. Hoyt & Co. ,
rfw ;. Umpire-M. N. Gambrill. agent. can be given about August 1st.: AND

*','. 4 ,. !!1' f' :; Johnnie McGiffin, son of Contractor Mc- Scorers-J. A. Edwards, Arthur Williams. 28-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, Pa-

':':w i \ ",_ : ; Gi in, left by the State of Texas for the Time of Game-Three hours. latka. DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET,
< facing the bay has eight rooms, large halls. CRABAPPLEZy
i 29-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina. Savan- ;
; North He to
.. Thursday. Poughkeepsie
: i ; goes
piazzas excellent well etc.
; ,
Not played. nah ; with passengers, to W. B.
I ; i to*attend the Eastman Business College
Tucker .
agent. ,
'
i j th. reo The Snapper Banks Resume.A 44 29-S. P. David Clarke, D.iniels, Savannah STORE AND DWELLING formerly occu- Cj : JtLi Et--:
I I : Mrs. Fletcher Third street.
pied by on
with and
.: : i : ::$o beach toilet"' complete without a pleasant party of some twelve gentlemen ; freight passengers -
to W. B.Tucker, agent. IY THE KEG
4 t : ; i l''pair of Prescott's Bathing Shoes. provided with lunch baskets and all 29-Schr. Fred '\ Chase, Nason, New For terms, etc., apply to ,

: : the paraphernalia and ammuni- York railroad iron to F. R. & G. STARK.
necessary
,,. : : : The roof of the building adjoinin the ; I AT
I Fernandina, May 2, 1SS4.
N. Co. I
tion for successful fishing, left on the steam- I
a of Barnhill & Son
I ;; 1 : blacksmith shop caughtfir 44 I !
Schr.
: : 29 L. M. Ellis. Piper, Jacksonville I
.i t 4'''***l : ; yesterday afternoon from sparks from tug Gladiator on Wednesday morning for. ; to ,Yo & B. C. Duryee. UCY COTTAGE FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.

i I ; : : the smokestack of Oak's planing mill. the snapper banks. The party consisted of 44 30-Schr. Mattie Newman, Loveland; L

", { .. : AtJ alarm was given, but the fire was extinguished Capt. John Risk of the steamship Slate of New York ; general cargo to Seventh-St., near Egrnont Hotel,
Texas Mr.R.W. Southwick of the Mallory Fred W. Hoyt & Co. I
l. : before the arrival of the FireD ; ,agent .
FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
: artrnent.y Line; Royal C. Southwick, purser, andJ. CLEARED.

Duffy: steward, of the State of Texas; ex- May 21-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor
I ;,'o-morrow, Sunday, June 1st, will be ob- Mayor Haley, Alderman lIcGiffinIessrs.. nah ; with passengers, by W. B. without board. Table Boarders will be ,- -.;:. ';''I r.;: :
sewed Children's Day at the Methodist ':Tucker, agent. '
accommodated also transient.
; Geo. L. Lewis, Geo. Burnside, A. Steil,Charley 24Schr. Rebecca H. Queen, Powell, ;
be Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.
; Cl urch. At 10:30: sermon will preached 2
t :, Stark, and, a representative of the Mirror. Philadelphia ; lumber by L. A.
: i by,the pastor to the children, and at 7:30 !Davis & Bro.
Wm. the veteran of St.Mary's .
,
Capt. Sharp pilot
h' ; ,' : tht Centennial of Methodism will be cele- *' 24 Schr. Carrie E. Woodbridge. Bryant Warranty and :Mortgage: Deeds.

+.I : : i': bl' ted by the Sabbath School. All are cor- bar, acted as guide and master of New York ; by Mizell Bros., LINEN PAPER-GO CTS. PER DOZEN.
ii r : ceremonies. After some delay in towingthe Kings Ferry. sent upon receipt of 2-cent

; ;- ditlly invited to attend. schooner Sarah Potter, whose anchor 44 27-S. P. David Clark. Daniels, Savannah stamp. AddressFLORIDA; :; OOMFORTECONOMY

:,: ; i it .th steamship State of Texas !left Thursday chain had got afoul of some "sawyer," the ; with freight and passengers MIRROR, ,
t = j ; evening for New York with the following by W. B. Tucker agent 26 :Fernandina, Fla.
.W Gladiator reached the fishing grounds about 4i 27-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- : : ,

'. ; : : 1 cargo : 2,820 packages vegetables, 552 10 o'clock. The first snapper was caught by nah ; with passengers, by '\ B. {SHERIFF'S SALE.

; barrels rosin, 79 barrels spirits turpentine, Charley Stark, and by common consent he Tucker, agent. VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- SAFETY
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; i 101 barrels oil, 324 cases cedar, 210 logs was awarded the jack-pot." The second 28-S. Charleston.S. City of Palatka, Vogel, BY out of the Circuit Court, Fourth.

( : : cellar, 65,000 feet of lumber, 2,000 pounds fish landed was taken by Royal Southwick, 44 28-Schr. William Frederick Patterson Judicial Circuit, in and for the county of

a fr:9h fish, COO sacks cotton seed oil cake, 110 New Haven lumber Nassau, Florida, in favor of Sylvania W.
3 : : and proved, much to his disappointment, to ; by Jones administratrix of the estate of John USE THE CELEBRATED
I pnkagcs. merchandise 1 horse. be a three-foot shark. After that fish beganto Payne, Cook & Co. D. Jones, deceased, and against William K.
44 29 S. S. State of Texas Risk .
'fhe Eppcs-Suhrer case was tried on Tues- 1,542 Soutter executor of the estate of JamesT.
,( ,, bite lively, and quite a number of sea tons New York with
: ; freight Soutter deceased I will offer for sale and MONITOR OIL STOT'
t *wV I and Wednesday of the present week, bass, more commonly known as 4'blackfish" and passengers,by R.W. South- sell in front, of the, Court-House of said .

an/1 submitted to the jury, who, after a short The rain which wick. agent.
were captured.
came up county, in the city of Fernandina, Florida,
;. : 29-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina Savan-
: absence\ came into court with a verdict of during the afternoon did not seem to on the first Monday in July, 1884, all the FOp SALE ONLY BY

I:t ; ; acquittal.:} The testimony adduced was about dampen the ardor of the fishermen. The nah Tucker; with, agent.passengers by W. B. rights, title and interest of the heirs legateesor ,

; thtj same as that taken before the coroner's total number of ? caught footed 44 31-S. P. David Clarke, Daniels: representatives of said James T. Soutter,
snapper up Fred W. & Co.
deceased in and
; to the following lands and Hoyt
.
: J : f Jury The witnesses for the defense exam- only five, but the catch of other members ,'Savannah, with freight and pas- tenements, real estate, situated! and being in

', : !,' i in'bd,'. were Mr. Dewson, Rev. Mr. Chandler I If of the tinny tribe was quite large. sengers, by W. Tucker, agent. the county of Nassau, State of Florida, and

: and :Mr. Belcher. Bob" Southwick managed to save his IN PORT. designated upon the maps or public surveysas
i 'f "r Brig Angelia, Evans. Section ((15)) fifteen, Township ((1)) one,
_I It jt a". 1. I i t.l 'ladies' and Gent's Slippers and low cut reputation by pulling in two of the five Bark Regina, Rodman. North, Range 23, East. Purchaser to pay for

;'1', ., .. : Stfoes in great variety, at I're Cott' snappers caught. At 5:30: o'clock the Gladi- Barkentine Joe Read, Allen. title. JOHN A. ELLERIANN,
,. f .k.' :' 1 ator turned her bows homeward Schr. Lester T. Garritson, Crawford. Sheriff Nassau County.
landingher
,
[ Cone of Coneville in this -
I L t i,, ; : t If r. county, Schr. Fred W, Chase, Nason. Fernandina, Fla., May 31, 1884. CRAZY ;PATCHWORK a !
and
pleased joUr crew at Centre street
:"':,' i ; brought to the MIRROR office on the 24th an Schr. L. M. Ellis, Piper. f

} f. i interesting_exhibit in reference to silk cult dock two hours later. Mr. Duffy, duringthe SHERIFF'S SALE.By HAVING A'LARGE ASSORTMENT OF

'W: i tujre. On few small palmetto leaves there homeward journey, entertained the Ho, for the Beach VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- and pieces of handsome brocaded
I I I company with popular songs, his favoriteair out of the Circuit Court, Fourth silks satins and velvets, we are putting -
)' hundreds of silk
i sure interspersed
: cocoons, During the summer season I will run the Judicial Circuit, in and for the of them up ifi assorted bundles and fur-
r' "'' i Mlle fruit on a tree, about the size of a large 4'I will take you home again, being buss "R. L. Denefield" to the beach daily. Nassau, Florida, in favor of Noah county S. Green, fishing them fdr "Crazy Patchwork" Cush-

l ;)i I ;; p Jean, and of all shades of color. Mr. repeated in his inimitable style time and leaving foot of Centre street at 2 and 4 executor of the estate of Avanah Green, deceased ions, Mats, Tidies, etc., etc. Package
marCne'is:I time again to the encore. o'clock p. m. Fare for the round trip 25 and against William K. Soutter. ad- No. 1-Is a handsome bundle of exquisite:
i',t' i cents. Tickets for sale at Nix's news standin ministrator of the estate of James T.Son tter, iilks, satins and brocaded velvets (all dim-r
t :al t ;,I I I i ket, and is quite satisfied with 1 the success I he Last :Notice to the post-office, where applications can deceased, I will offer for sale and sell in ent). Just the thing for the most superb }rt-
'. A ': met. The fed on the Taxpayers.Notice also be made for chartering the buss for work. Sent post-paid for o)I<>
-,: ;si4 ..,;., t hiss cocoons are front of the Court House of said county, in terns of fancy
!.; : I t invrus' mvltitaulis or Chinese mulberry, and is hereby given that the taxbooksof private parties. R. L. DENEFIELD. the city of Fernandina, Florida, on the first cents in postal note or 1-cent stamps-
the of Fernandina which
city are now No.2-Containing three times
i t .j' :, i arts shipped in bulk to New Orleans, where open at my office, at the store of Wm. F. For Kent. and Monday interest in July of the, 1884.heirs all legatees the rights, title as Package much as Package No. 1. Sent post-pan,!
c \ :i i remunerative is obtained. Wood. Jr.,will close on June 7th 1884. All 't' or representatives -
r G t a: price A store and dwelling on Centre street. of said James T. Soutler in and to for $1.00. These are all of the very ftlltJtquality
,i"- : t ,' t property on which the taxes remain unpaidat tf Apply to J. A. ELLERMANX. the following) lands and real estate, lying and cannot be equaled at any other
:' : I; The Nassau Light ..trttllery.tt that date will advertised and sold.C. and being in the county of Nassau. State of silk works in the United States at three fa*

r .1 r. r l'I I since the reorganization\ of the light in- J. WESTBERG, To Rent. Florida, and described on the official mapsor our prices. They will please any lady. One
Collector of Revenue of Fernandina.
City LADIEs
1 I. : as the N W i of N E i S E i of order always brings a dozen more.
1 has infused into theN&ssau surveys :
life been
F r ; : 1 ; fatitry: new Fernandina Fla., May 30.1884.Attention The frame residence Centre with ]?
two-'story
on MANUAL OF FANCY WORK .41
,
N E and SV
; i :i of N W i of Section ((1))
:I f': ; ; I..ightrtiller At the last two street north side of arttftic
corner Eighth street; illustrations and full instructions for
one, Township ((1)) one N, R 23E Purchaser
1 15;b ';, : ;' i meetings of the company thirteen new conveniently located. Terms liberal. to pay for I[ fancy work, handsomely bound, post-pa",f,
; Also, that comfortable one-story dwellingon title.JOHN 50 cents. Order now. Address
j : i ratmbers were enrolled, and several applications A. ELLERMANN. !
: : ARMORY NASSAU LIGHT ARTILLERY Ninth street Centre six CO.
near rooms and THE ROCHESTER SILK ,
.;h.h,; 'i ; have not yet been acted on. The FERXANDIXA, Fla., May 28, 18S4. }. pantry, for $10 per month. Apply to :Fernandina, Fla.Sheriff, May 31 Nassau, 1884.County. j,.r Rochester, N.i .y.

I h5 jl; '} ;!, :: members of this organization are some of All members of the Nassau Light Artil- H. E. DOTTERER. -----

1 ,.."[":';' : oijr best citizens. lery, or other persons holding sabres, equip
I J<>'. ments, or other property'of the company, List of Letters
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.;r:i:1:f,_' I },. Nfissau County World's Exposition at are the hereby shops commanded of A. T. Barnhill to deliver&; the Sons same for Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina \

!? r ; i Committee. repairs. Any one failing to comply with Nassau county, Florida, May 31, 1884.

L ::;'. j ')[r. W. II. Sabring, the Commissioner for this order will be held accountable at price Persons calling for these l letters must say "':

;' .Pf} +' : Florida of the New Orleans Exposition, was named in receipt given when! issued. advertised: :'" "+ r ca c2 rn

f !.: : i! ir'the city this week. lIe has appointed the TIIEO. STARBUCK W., Orderly O. JEFFREYS Sera;t,.Captain. Braid, James ((2)) Hazelton Jimmy '; TERMS

j : fe following' committee for this county: Brown, Alfred Kierce, W C

.:I" .:_ I i. }\V. F. SCOTT of Amelia, Chairman.XJiiAs. Bachlott, R H Johnson, Lula' Miss CASH. /l/z

t r. is ; "". LEWIS, of Fernandina, Secretary. Notice of Election. Burton, John B Logan, R

: ; TTnos. KYDD, of Fernandina. ARMORY NASSAU I..IGIITR1'ILLERY, ) BurrougliBni! Miller, Frank .
+ ;1t.: :;. : ']tIDORE O'NEILL, New Hope. FERXAXDIXA: : : : : : Fla.:: May:24, 1884. J} Baily, Ed .McKeane. Fanny.Cooper. i,, ; t'1'la-1t-de'lct/

it' : IT. E. DAVIS of King's Ferry. All members of this Company are hereby Th 'iu sIcCann., W.ANewsome. ,' I,'

; i 1\V. A. MAHONEY of Callahan. commanded to attend a meeting to be heldat < Cooper, Seth James N ,,; -
'' CAPT. HILLIARD. of Hilliard's Station. Cagney, David Upton & Dea, ; : &t -
I j81; Hall h
: ; ;' Lyceum: Wednesday, June 4th, Delorme C H Rice, L C :::)
Pl rf: j ; f..1'Y.. BRYCE of Brandy Branch. at 8 o'clock p. m., to elect officers for the ,,,'
Dowling G :M Rogers, Julia '
y -t ; : SOUl A. HICKS, of Dutton. ensuing year. W. JEFFREYS. '-- '
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: Fellows Johnnie Rogers, Dal lev
j Commissioner ; that the THEO. STAKBUCK. ." ;
+ : i The suggests com- Captain. Freeman. Charles Sykes, F T ,
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- r''' .t ; nyttoe. should hold its meetings at least once Orderly Serb 1 Gclfin, Mrs Allifc: Stewart, Benj )

'L j j 7'L 'nonth fur the purpose of forwarding the Hargett, John Sanders. Sallie WHardy : ;.' :-
r* :I 1 ami hearing of committees. j I I Jj'antedWOl.n.. T A .Smith. Mrs Sarah. ,!,'.' : /
1 reports :
1 Wjirk! Am willing to do copying, teach short- Higgins, Mrs Hester: Willmaii, C C ,', .
chairman should at each meeting make
) 1 hand or common school branches or to do Hazel n, JamesHardie \ Williams, Mrs Marian .'
_S it; 1 written report of progress of work to the any kind of work so as to earn board. Address Lizzie '
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Skate Commissioner at Brouson. The coun1 LADY, Mirror Office. S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. .
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