Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i. !tc'o WASHINGTON.GOSSIP tionate part thereof and to refund the States TIlE DEMOCRATIC';COUNTY CON- ,T. J. Wingate, J. E. Davis, H. C. Pickett, Call for a State Democratic Convention -.

GlULI i -: that have paid the sums received by them VEN'7.fbJN, N. A. Hicks, J. A.Ellerman, L. W.. Higgin at Pensacola.

X'L SWAIM TO BE respectively.The: \ botham, Wni. ,MacWilliams; I. S. O'Neill, The Conservative Democratic Party o'

CorJtTU RTIALED.i Secretary says in substance that the FULL ATTENDANCE: FRQT!.,NEARLY ALL- THE W. F. Higginbotham. Dr. Theo. Starbuck.
i r Florida will hold. a State Convention at
i j WASHINGTON, June 14, 1884. government is:: not now in need of money to PREC'ISCTS-TIIE. DELEGATES TO THE" The nominations were then closed and the Pensacola Wednesday June 25th
at. 12.o'clock
be realized from the enforcement of this
Florida'.1Iirror vote proceeded with.
To the Jailor of the : cnforccmen't STATE AND DISTINCT CONVEN- M:, for the following purposes :
final time for.the ad- tax ; that such an would put :.r. .
of the FIRST BALLOT.G. .
question .
To choose
The delegates to
: $: represent the Statein -
a grievous burden upon the: people of the TIOC \. ....
t of Congress'J is still unanswered. Saussy. .....17 the
juni"'k, The Democratic CC'1u'ntv Convention of National Democratic Convention to. : ._ _
its trunks the States that are in default ; that the tax itself H. J. Baker..35 -

The H')\:ue voted to pack on would be especially: objectionable, inasmuchas j Nassau county convened at Callahan on 1'. J.1Vingate ............................lo be held at Chicago, July 8th, 18SJ. -M

,; )t1 day of this month, but the Senate is I Saturday last June 14thT J. E. Davis ......... ..........*.......TTTTTT .2" To nominate candidates for the offices of" -
which it
the for could :
rc likely t+> say, Nu! impossible! purposes was paid Hon. II. J. Baker.the- -''chairmal of the I*. C. Pickett:............... .............13 Governor, Lieutenant Governor and PresJdentinl i--
.appropriation: bills under dispute between not but be remembered with distaste ; that i X. -fcV. .Li I IfiVo............... ................ID Electors at Large to be voted for at.
The ; far its collection would necessitate the appointment County Executive cJujmittee called' the J. ::Kllerniann: .........::.11 the next regular State election. *iTo
tjie! two Houses are as from being of u large number of Federal officials convention to order >J L. W. Hurginbothsim...::............18 choose a State Executive Committee to>
settled : ever, jam to their number has I WmMcWiIliarus.. '. conduct the of ,
: ps Upon motion, a Committee; on Credentials campaign 1884.
th e.consular. and diplomatic : who would go among the people as, obnoxious .- 'I: 'S.: O'Neill .19 To transact such other business -
r been wiled! ; ? was appointed, consisting of MessrsR;-S': as mar"come
million dollars dIfferenceof exactors, and that in practical effect W. F. Higginbotham.10Theo. before the convention. ',
1 illviih! nearly : the law for it is obsolete. Dohoney, W. \. ThompsonandG.'L.. Sturbuck.........................12 The different counties iin the State will :
it is will "JE vS";-
Tin! House, thought, ? 4'"m 5< ; >
oi.fntOI( In therefore the Secretary Baltzell. a7' v ?,;; V/-. :> Necessary to choice, 21. send delegates to the convention upon the-
t judgment. *
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not agric! to any:: increase of bills, and the The committee took th5* credentials of the Hon. H. J. Baker and Messrs. J. E. Davis following basis: ,
settlement of the says, the people and property of the One delegate for the first
early one hundred
cljance fllrl1: different tinder considerationand and Wm.
oiilv delegations McWilliams declared
States in default should be relieved and discharged were duly
votes or part one hundred, cast in each
matter|s ill i the {Senate yielding promptly. reported the following delegates entitled ; elected.
from this tax, and the proposed l I county for the candidates upon the- Conservative -
The jsi-nate is! :no\v trying; to pension and_ to scats in time convention : I SECOND BALLOT. Democratic State !picket at the-
is It is that
). not ijen.sion:; tl Mexican: veterans ; and measure a good one. true exactly Precinct Xv. 1 3. 'r.|O'XeilJ ............ general election! in 1880; one additional.
be done in J. A. Ed- Ol Uco\ ....... ..... ............X"x '
thegifitJiiverajid! Harbor Bill is struggling equal justice cannot carrying wards, II. J. Baker, Cha H. Berg; W. N. Wingate.................................... 9Pickett. delegate for every additional hundred votes
the last
the of the bill or the
out provisions relating to .. over one hundred
tlJflu..tfthc! .!!, Hou-e with many mutilations. I I the reimbursement of those that have paid Thompson II. V.'Dohoiiey: G. Stark, J. A.. Hicks. when it amounts to fiftor more s-o cast for

Of course every member thinks his district Ellermann, W. O. Jeffreys, G. L. Baltzell, Ellermann. such candidates, the number to be determined -
of the tax but such failures of full
river wlorthy' of-government'; aid, but the part and Theo. Starbuck. Hiffginbotham L. W.14 when there is a difference by the
and general compensation in dealing; with vote for such candidate on said ticket who
back O'Neill
hoi>C"J of many tfho: thought; to.ride to Precinct .LYo.Xot .
represented. stood
the! tide of secured transactions so long past must ensue, and Higginbotham, W. F. 9 highest on the county vote. But if.
Gongrc4on having an
; Precinct No. 3 I. S. O'Neill. Starbuck......... .. any county increased its vote at the general
are not to be potentially urged against; the .... ............... 9Mr.
ation have been voted down. Repall election of 1882 it shall have the benefit of
Precinct No. 4-3. J. Cone, C. W. Cone.
rcscntat vcs Hewitt, of New York, and proposed measures, which, in the main do H. C. Pickett being the only one having such increase. The counties under'tin's rule-
Precinct No.5-William McWilliams.
received the number of will be entitled
work equal benefit.: requisite votes to representation as follows :
Ochiltrcjj,!of Texas, astonished the world by Precinct No G-J. II. Stewart.
he declared elected.
departing" from the. course heretofore followed Concluding, theSeeretary inquires whether Precinct No. 7-J. E.: bavis, C. E. Had- motion Alachua. ............16 ; Levy......... ?........_ 8
l in a river and harbor bill debate. this would not be a suitable occasion to dock J. T. Haddock. Upon of G. L. Baltzell the three Baker..... ...... ...... 2 I Liberty ................ 1

IlevHtt Moved reduce the deal with the matter of the federal surplusmoneys lowest candidates were dropped from the Bradford..... ........ !U I Madison...............II
Mr. to appropriation deposited or to be deposited with Precinct No. S-Geq. Hodges.: list. Mr. L. W. Higginbotham also with- llrevar.l......... ...... 2 Manatee.............. (>

for |the| improvement of Hell Gate from; i, Precinct No. 9-W... -A... Mahoney, Abram drew his from the list. The third Calhoun..2 Marion.................11
v0)OlfMi00t1)" ?), and Mr. Ochiltree asked the States under the act of 183G, and sug- : Ogilvie, \V. F." Higginbotham- H. C. Pickett, name Clay..................... 4 Monroe ...... ..........1'Columbia..10

that the-entire appropriation of $250,000 for gests that those States which made a pay t .ballot was then proceeded' with. Nassau....;............, (> ,
ment of their portion of the direct tax under B. G. Dyal, Raymond ay, Jr. S TIIIRDLLOT..: Dade.......,........... 1 Orange...'...... .......1L ''

deeper! hjg the Galvcston:; harbor be stricken Precinct No. 10-J. B. I..ittle.R.V.. Kirkland Saussy. Daval............ .....1G 1>01 k..................... 5 '
the of 1861( be debited in the settlement
out oil tlie, bill. ;I.'his last instance of disinterKiJhjess I L. W. Higginbotham. Hicks.' '. I Escambia.... ........15 I Putnam...... ......... S

1 was afterwards hinted to be the proposed by the bill before your committeewith Precinct No. 11-Noah A. Hicks. Ellerman............ ......... ..............22There Franklin............... 3 Santa Rosa........... 7Gadsden..12
the amount of that deposit made with O'Neill. St: Johns..... ........ (>
ont r"wfh" of a: deep laid plan, namely : with them and be the balance and The convention then organized by the Hamilton ... ......... 8 Sumter......... ........ iIiernando.
paid tie vote for three
being candidatesand
that (CiUljrestoii! Wants Congress to transferthe election of W. A.,Mahoney, of Callahan, as a ............ 8 Suwannee...... ...... :8
witrll of her! ).Iarbor's channel to Capt. their J liability to the United States under the Chairman ; and Chas..II. ,Berg, of Fernan- only two vacancies to be filled, another Hillsborough. ......10 Taylor.......... .m IIYolusia

;:1dsf.o meditates another deposit act be thus extinguished." ballot was ordered. Holmes ......... ...... 3 ................. fWakulla
}: '; jetty project. --- -- -, dina, as Secretary.The Jackson..... ........15 .............._ 4
SeiJtoV: -asked to have passed a general DEFEXCES FOR THE COAST. Chairman read the call for the con- FOURTH BALLOT. Jefferson.............,10 Walton..4Lafayette.

bil} removing political disabilities ; but vention. Saussy..22Ilicks. ..... ........ 4 Washington ......... 4

Leon..... ...... .
sears after the the ... .10 I
twenty war, republican THE PROPOSED LINE OF WATERWAYS FOR THE Upon motion .of II. J. Baker, it was Ellermann.

Scnatu i H still to do The Sen- O'Neill I The counties will select their
; unwilling so. PROTECTION OF TilE SEABOARD. agreed to vote by ballot. .. 2 delegates-

ator >ro n Kentucky mentioned that the I WASHINGTON, June 14.-The Army and Mr. Thompson moved that delegates be Messrs. Hicks and Saussy having receivedthe either in mass-meetings or conventions, as-:

Vice-President of the Southern Confederacyhad Navy Board was requested by Congress nominated for the State Convention to be highest number of votes were declared may be considered the usual best by the people acting

sat m the other end of the Capitol, and early in April to report as soon as practical held at Pensacola, and that the six receivingthe elected delegates to the District Convention.: through is recommended party that the organization.citizens in Audit each.
the and of
feasibility expediency
that irvaPmy;: ( other persons distinguished in constructing upon an interior coast line of water- highest number of the majority vote be Upon motion, the six gentlemen nomi- county assemble for this purpose at the

the Ccyiljederacy :had had their disabilities ways for the defence of the Atlantic and declared elected. .,,. nated for delegates, but not receiving the Court-House, or other usual place of meet-,
ing, on Saturday, June 14th but if fail.
rcmqvedj.; Still Congress was peddling out Gulf seaboard, with an outline plan and an The follovrir.g: araeanSr' ,. proposedzi.r.. > re.qulsitenl1mber, of votes, were_then elected to assemble on that day, they; should meet
estimate of cost. The Board in its preliminary i
the rertiqval of disabilities to who W. A. of Callahan. alternates acclamation. fol-
r persons report says the line of waterways would Mahoney, by They are as as early as practicable thereafter. t

were bats; when they entered the Confederate probably consist in whole or in part of the C. W. Hilliard, of Hilliard Station. lows : T. J. Wingate, J. A. Ellermann, L. It is recommended that where conven- '

t arhi!'. following : B. G. Dyal, of Callahan. W. Higginbotham, I. S. O'Neill, W. F. tions are held, the be precinct meetings for

llrihLd i General Swaim is to be courtlUartia1et Cod Commencing, it would cross in the that bay narrow north neck of Cape into Jackson Mizell, of King's Ferry. Higginbotham, Theo. Starbuck.It appointing the above delegates date suggested; held for one the week con priorto \'en-.

jl for a'series; of transactions dis0 Buzzards' Bay, follow thence the line of Chas. II. Berg, of Fernandina.G. was moved and adopted that the old tions.

creditabljj< ( to an army officer. The record of Long Island Sound to New York harbor ; L. Baltzell, of Fernandina.J. County Executive Committee hold over until Arrangements are being perfected to secure-
largely reduced rates of travel
to and from
the court) of inquiry in his case has developed thence by canal across the State of New A. Edwards, of Fernandina.The the next convention, for the nominationof the convention, and this committee will giveto
Jersey to deep water in the Delaware River
still another republican scandal, and nominations were then closed and the county ticket. the county committees due notice of the
thence convenient line
: or bay; by a across
comi\'cllcjl the order for another courtmartial. the peninsula between the Chesapeake and the ballot proceeded with.It Mr. D. C. Stewart was added to the Execu- results reached at an early day.

Tls last i is in the case of Col. Morrow Delaware bays ; down the Chesapeake Bay was agreed that the precincts not fully tive Committee from Precinct No. 8, and Executive The undersigned Committee, composing call the State

_ whd has duplicated triplicated, and and up the Elizabeth River, and by canal represent be entitled to the full number of Mr. T. W. Higginbotham to Precinct No. 7. servative citizens, without, regard upon all to con past
and river into and through the sounds that
even quadruplicated; his pay accounts. It border the coasts of Virginia and North votes they are entitled to under the call. The convention then adjourned.The political differences and associations, who

would hive been: better for the Republican Carolina, following this general direction to The Chairman appointed the Secretaryand delegates to the Congressional District favor the continued supremacy of our party
in this State and who
are willing to aid the
Party if1 jit could have managed to keep some point on Cape Fear River. Thence Mr. J. E. Davis as tellers. The ballot I Convention, like those to the State National Democracy in its struggle for

,these skeletons i iii: the closet until after the the Florida line by would canal,continue rivers, and to the sounds coast and of resulted as follows : Convention, go uninstructed ; but it is gen- victory in the campaign now opening to
November elections. the channels along and in rear cf the islands '\ A. Mahoney.........................34 erally understood that they will urge the unite through our party organization in.
i The Democrats are beginning the campaign that belt the southern portion of this coast ; C. W. Ililliard..3.3 nomination for Congress of Hon. W. Nay- sending delegates to this convention.

t. inthc' House of across the peninsula of Florida by canal, or B. G. Dyal.................................35 S. PASCO, Chairman, Monticello..
) ] Representatives lor of Nassau
on a by river and canal, to the Gulf of Mexico ; J. Mizeli....................................29 Thompson, county. F. P. FLEMING, Jacksonville.J. .
civil service, basis; that will cripple the Re- following the almost unbroken chain of Chas. H. Berg.............................30 A. HENDERSON Tallahassee.

l ublici-.nii by cutting off their campaignfund. sounds, bays and lagoons along the coast of G. L. Baltzell.............................22 LITERARY QUESTIONS.In WILLIAM SCOTT, Sanford.

jYhien the dcfficienc bill comes up that gulf to the delta of the Mississippi, and .1.A. Edwards............................31 the midst of attention to practical

they inte'{ tl to offer an amendment to the effect I thence by the same general route along; the Necessary to choice, 21. topics, a variation in the literary way is CALL DEMOCRATIC COATJATION. --.
low coasts of Louisiana and Texas to the pleasant to a large class of readers of every
that no ofHcpr, clerk or employ6 of the mouth of the Rio Grange. The following gentlemen were declared journal. The last number of the Fernandina

rnitedjSptes, shall give money for any political The Board recommends the appropriationof elected as delegates to the State Convention Mirror presents a communication in which SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.At .

object whatever l under penalty of $10,000 to enable it to make the careful i Pensacola: W. A. Mahoney, C. W. Hil- reference is made to former conjectures be- a meeting of the Democratic Executive
examination of the line that it needs to tween the editor and writer as to the meaning Committee of the Second District
fine or} {imprisonment. When Chairman liard. B. G. Dyal, J. Mizell, Chas. H. Berg Congressional -
of the word )Iar in the notice
make before it can report fully on the matter. l11es of Florida held in Jacksonville on
Kamlal} read this amendment in his committee and J. A. Edwards. affixed by De Gourges over the victims on Thursday, the 29th day of May, 181, it was-

ttjprovoked a lively discussion, and lIE The convention then agreed to elect the whom he retaliated at Fort Caroline. The ordered that a convention of the Democratic

considerable opposition from the republican SWORE OFF. alternates in the same manner as the I notice read: "This I do, not as to Spaniardsnor Party in this district beheld at Palatka Putnam

I No, I. won't drink with you to-day, and nominations declared dele-I to MARANES'but to traitors, robbers county, on Tuesday the 1st day of July
members. were
: .; said drummer The writer in the Mirror
boys, a to several com- and murderers. next at 12 a. in., to nominate a candidate
Senatliij Laphain yesterday offered in the panions as they settled down in the smokingcar in order, which resulted as follows : thinks it conclusive as to the meaning of for Congress, to appoint an executive com

:senatc [resolution; which was agreed tour and passed the bottle. "The fact is.:: G. L. Baltzell, of Fernandina. )LR.f'om the fact that Parkman saysit mittee for the district, and to consider such

(lerinml the boys, I have quit drinking. I've sworn off." J. E. Davis, of King's Ferry.J. was a word of reproach to the Spaniards, other matters as may be brought before it.
reprinting of the testimony .
What's the matter with you, old boy? and meant Moor.Sometimes The basis of representation will be the sameas
iiiidthccimmittee of the out one.U If J. Upchurch, of Callahan. this word has been
\; reports DanvilleJuvostigtiUon. sang you've quit drinking misprinted that prescribed by the State Democratic
This can be done for no something's up. What is it?" W. B. Tucker, of Fernandina.D. Mariners. It is a little singular that there Executive Committee for representation in

other than that of "Well, boys, I will. Yesterday I was in G. Dyal, of Callahan. should be much doubt on the subject when the State Convention.The .
possible: purpose wasting Chicago. Down on South Clark street a the authorities on language are so full. The
several counties in the district are- =
Samuel D. Jones; of.Callahan.The .
public lIIQne It can have no other out- customer of mine keeps a pawn shop in word could hardly be a lost or dead word in requested to select delegates to the Congressional -.
come. I connection with his other business. I called nominations were then closed, the three hundred years. Shakespeare uses the : Convention at the same time that

Mr. Tillen's\ letter of withdrawal from on him, and while I was there a :young man vote to elect alternates by ballot reconsid- word Moor as" a term of reproach but of they select them to the State Convention as-

the was of not more than 25, wearing threadbare ered, and the Secretary instructed to cast the i course gives not the word in another tongue. far as may be practicable.E. '
campaign: the general topic of conversation clothes, and looking as hard as if he hadn't for I Major Fairbank's correspondent friend givesits M. L'ENGLE, Chairman!.
the convention. The
: j iat the Capitol to-day. A few seen a sober day for a month came in witha vote gentlemen use in the nickname of the Spanish W. B. YOUNG, Secretary.

Democrat!* still cling to the idea that he can little package in his hand. lIe unwrappedit. named were then declared duly elected alternates I'ope, Alexander VI. Le Marane, "the
and handed the article to the pawnbroker, to the Pensacola Convention. Moor," by his enemy and successor Revere,
yet be prevailed .
: to accept the nomination -
:upon saying. Give me ten cents.: And boys which is an identification of the terms.
but-tlie: question that almost every what do you suppose it was? A pair"of Mn H.'J. Baker then read a preamble and Shakespeare was born in the same year Post Office authorities were notified'

DCIUocrata.ldrcslsed[ to a political associate baby shoes, little things with the buttons resolution looking towards the instruction ill which Menendez destroyed the French from Washington yesterday that postage on

wa, Xoi.. whom shall nominate." only a trifle soiled, as if they had been of the delegates in reference to their vote at fort Caroline, and therefore uses the term and periodical publications or
we worn onlyonce or twice. "'here did you the State Convention and asked the con- Moor as a taunt long years after De Gourges; newspapers !
Mr. Tiljen's ,
declination was a surprise, get these?' asked the pawnbroker. 'Got time. In the play of "Othello" he makes the second class, when sent by mail by

and a shock to many democratic Congressmen 'em at home," replied the man, who had an vention to discuss the matter. latjn impart to liodriyo. Othello's rival, how others than the publishers or news agents,,

who had( believed there was no im- intelligent face and the manner of a gentleman Mr. )Williams opposed the passing of lie means to bear with but use his superior will be one cent for each four ounces or-
IHHlSnient despite his sad condition, My wife any resolution binding the delegates. He officer to his own ends, and make him pay
The Post Office law officers
in the ; fraction thereof. -
way of the old triumphantticket.
bought them for our baby. Give me ten believed all for it. To which Rodrigo replies :
they were gentlemen, and could .
{l' ; cents for 'em-I want a drink.; You had "What a full fortune does the thick-lips owe, define second-class transient mail mat-
better take the shoes back to your wife ; the be trusted to use their own judgment. He If he call carry't thus." ter to embrace only mail newspapers maga-

:;7'1IE 'WAR CLAIMS. "baby will need them,' said the pawnbroker. thought the convention was willing to con- "Iii other words, perhaps we may say at zines and other periodicals issued at stattd!

No; s-she won't, because she's dead. She's fide in their discretion.Mr. what cost is the exercise of his superiority.And intervals not exceeding three months dated

tteml'\ll FOLGER WARMLY ENDORSES THE'Bill' lying at (home now-died last night. As he Baker then withdrew his resolution, another tells Desdemona's father : and numbered, having a list of legitimatesubscribers
: said this the poor fellow broke down bowed She has to the gross clasp of a licentious and not designed primarily fur
,. TO REPAY THE WAR TAXES. his 1 lead on showcase, and cried like a and the delegates to the State Conventiongo Moor.7 advertising purposes. Books catalogues,

1\ AsacfjBTOX| June i9.Secretary Folger. child. Boys," said the drummer, ).Oli uninstructed.The De Gourges evidently thought there were circulars, engravings, maps, cards hand-

has. vritfen: to Representative Warner, I can laugh if you please but I-I have a delegation to ,the. State Convention worse people in his time than the Spanishor bills and similar articles of printed matter
baby at home, and I swear I'llne\"tr: drink remain in the third class, and must be prepaid -
cnairmaniof: Moors. But notwithstanding splendorfor
the sub-committee of the being disposed of;a resolution was adoptedthat
House another drop."-Chicago Herald. a time of Moorish rule in Spain. the at the rate of one cent for each two
, Committee on Claims, a long letter, the delegates to the District Convention Castilian blood always asserted itself. It ounces or fraction thereof as heretofore.The .
Je, pressing his I approval of the House bill. THE New York, State Convention which be elected by ballot and the alternatesby 'did not accept intermingling, :France looked la\v makes no change in the rates or

now pending!; to relieve from further liability met at Saratoga on Wednesday last!:; har- acclamation. on with greater disgust and the taunt escaped postage on' newspapers periodicals, or othcr-
from the chafed of De Gourges, printed ;matter addressed to foreign countries -
those on aertunto: f the direct tax of 1SG1 monized,the different factions, and sends a The following gentlemen were placed in and was perpetuated spirit by Shakespeare.: or deposited in a letter-carrier Post

States that;.have not paid their propor- strong Cleveland delegation to Chicago. nomination : G. .N. 'Saussy, H. J. Baker, D.. in Florida Herald. Office delivery by its carriers.-Nr1'Sun.


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;. ##j :i i A SUMMER IJ;11: I She got her father, with whom she night still unanswered ?U white-tied persecutors had been suc- thew's? she said, presently. -i
*, ; ;:;1 q 1 ith'ilt..l', -, lived alone, to give party after party ; 'i am afraid that Hilda was so full cessfully frowned away you may imagine thought I recognized you in the crowd
'' : ''' ?;1 F \I lie with on all fingers the world: intcrwrought at peace; but nothing came of them. Men nte of what had just happened that when Hilda's feelings when she saw but I am not sure," she added 1, stili
.r. !j Each sun-gilt cloud a golden: fleece his 'dinners, drank his wines, were her father _spoke to.her .she only half her. hero quietly walk off.. He did not clinging to her obviously useless fic-
! 1t :i V- rich as' that which Jason sought. coldly polite to her, and that was all. heard what he said, and answered as come back either ; so, still, more puzzled tion in the fear of letting him know
i if'"'j Jeneath the elm tree where I lie, It was in vain she adopted the most if he must know :all about it, for she] and for, the first time rather dis- that she had looked at nobody else:;
)d I see within the brook trout fashionable and juvenile attire, begin- said, rather angrily : appointed in him, she hastened to find Yes I saw you, but I was afraidof
H From 'neath a sunken log look out, ning to admit, with reluctance, the "No, what I wear is of no consequence her father and insisted on going homeat you, you looked so charmingly an
Vnd the with ,
a can pool wary eye.
I' power of such things over the mascu- now He won't"- once. gry, and at last you frightened me
;) !With gleams of iridescent light; line heart. She even-put on a soupcon Then she stopped'and ran up stairs. "Well, Hilda ; enjoyed yourself?" away, as you did the other men, who,
t Ii J *I The\bcve dr.h the t-1iv stream on hangs gauzy hovering wing of rouge, (" I'm getting so pale," she Mr. Trevor seemed surprised, as well said Mr. Trevor, who had been holding bolder than myself, actually tried to
.t !!j jrhcll Hike: an arrow out of sight. ? said to herself, in excuse ;) but as yet he might, at the irrelevancy of her re- excellent hands at whist, and was tempt you to dance."
".. :'j, 1 there had not been the semblance remarks, but being a somewhat indif- in good, humor in consequence.Miss In spite 'of this unpromising be inning -
.;1f' :11; catch And, a from flash her of hammock flitting flame hanging, near, an aspirant.She ferent man he soon forgot all about : Trevor was seriously put out, Jack: managed to make"himself
"r :,; ; The mother oriole can hear was much too independent require his question and its unfinished answer. for all she replied was, No, bored uncommonly agreeable, as he always
, : :1: its, soft' she sings her sweetheart's name. a maid to accompany her in her Miss Trevor was scarlet when she got rather more than usual," and then could when he had an object in vie,.....
t 4;- ----.--.----.,I':4-:, Le soul of hearing tense and bare, walks ; but as she was going alone the to her room, not so much at the pretended to go to sleep. But she Before they parted they were the best
c :yi:j 1 I: heann.1ruwlii.drone, and see Brompton Road one afternoon she began thought of this man's marked admiration i was still thinking of her mysterious friends imaginable, and Jack made
ti ?;i j From bloom to bloom the bomble bee he be friend and who he couldbe. their farewell
1 ftp Loune through the amber, wine-warmair. wondering whether such a pro- (what else could followingher wondering quite an affecting little
: .1.i i.s i1 tection .would not in some measure for) but rather because she had so The more she thought of him, affair. Soon after Jack dined with
tj[ -I !: Then. very' note of bird-born sound, 'aS:li8t. in, giving her a more youthful nearly behaved like a girl in her teens the more inclined she was to conclude 11r.rrrevor, which led naturally to an
:i Thai clown of all the feathered tribe,
''' ::j Th catbird mocks with merry jibe appearance. You ,see, her mind was before her father, "who would only that the'whole thing was a. myth, and intimacy between Hilda and himselt t
r ;i An echo of full-voiced rebound constantly occupied with the same have laughed at her and pooh-poohed that the man, whose behavior was so which seemed mutually agreeable.

1 .;Of j f Through half closed lashes shading mist, subject; and, in her desperate state, the notion of the man having noticed strange, only existed in her imagination He told her how he first began paint-
"A' ,i : A stunting! stair the sunlight's rays, she was not a woman to neglect a }her at all, excepiin} her own imagination ; for, after all, she had never seen ing, his early struggle, and enlarged,
,.. sJ} 1!; j f Th far-o1T hills swim in a haze matter so trivial even as this. She ; besides, she was not in the habitof him speak to, or appear to know any- with all the egotism of an artist, on
'I,$!Of( pijrple, gold and amethyst. was talking the question over with all making a confidant of her father.It body. It was rather a shock to her his method and its advantages. He
, ., ; '1;;;! .lene.! &h the sun's alchemic test, the gravity due to its importance, was long since any man had cared to admit that she must have seen a amused her by telling her, in i the hap-
;;i; } Dul'*, dust-like motes to life, arise, when she became aware of a man of for the society of Hilda Trevor, and vision, and, that too, in the shape of a piest way, his many adventures when
'<' >.,'1&mi' ; 'i I'loston Ani irolden-winged the< topaz air,at the rest.butterflies< very attractive exterior walking toward though of course she still did her bestto handsome man. Still, as a week went in search of those situations which
{i'-1 ..i. 1: 1 her. As soon as he saw her try and please those who came to by, and neither in Brompton-road nor should be, as nearly as possible, iden-
' I:'t :; ; ,Into their work the mowers lean something unusual seemed to strike her father's house, she did so with anywhere else did she see a sign of tical with the subject he was painting.I .
I the swish of
; : tutu swinging him for his face lookedall considerable weariness him she made her mind that he won't to the
:!; Before whose sweep the tall grass writhes, lighted up-it feeling every up yield temptation of becoming -
\ : i Vnd falls behind in waves of green. the better for that-he threw away day how useless it. all was. Thereforeyou must have been the result of a disordered prolix by detailing how they

-I > .;I a i; J\flap giving y voice to joyous verse, his cigar, slackened his pace and must make some allowance for digestion, now, happily, itself met everywhere, and how everybodywas
; '" ;:;;; a 1 Pitqjicd to the whetstone's treble ring, started at her with evident pleasure, her when I say that this man was again.However. talking of :Marsden's infatuation
:' I To me arc borne the airs they sing though in no rude or obtrusive man- very much higher in her thoughts as I the disorder returned, for that queer :Miss Trevor. Suffice it
s;ti :',I .; TVs: though. forgot the primal curse. ner. As he passed her she thought he she dressed herself with more than and under such exceptional circum- to say that Jack really seemed smitten
, :.; the: pTitient, oxen bow and strain said something which sounded like usual care for the ball she was goingto stances that she was obliged to acknowledge with Hilda, one scarcely ever saw her
,; :.' :''*. To 1torni-bro vned ..barns. from meadow 41 Eureka," but that was absurd, she that evening ; just as if she knewhe that he was flesh and blood ; scowl now, and in her own heart she
, !-i !!.;.','. With fields.harvest which the summer yields afterward admitted, because there is would be there, when, after all, and very glad she was to do it, too. hoped everything from the devotionof
a i; high piled upon the creaking wain. no such word, you know," she said toa nothing was more unlikely.As It was about a fortnight since the her new friend. But although he
J :i 9i friend to whom she related the epi she took a last look at herself in ball, and Hilda was having one at her was: always at her side at the variousentertaini'nents
q \,;i i'f j 1(Loosed town from the _school. -house, near the sode.U Of course not, dear," was the the glass she said I think .look. very own house. It was one of the best in at which they had
!: i. A group of children laugh and jest sapient rejoinder, you must have well to-night-for an old maid," she' her circle, ((Mr. Trevor did those sort always managed to meet, he had not
,.:, ';j. The buttercup's chui-shadow test, been mistaken." added, with a. bitter smile. of things well,) and the rooms were said a word which could be tortured
?4'A i "j f !j And. blow the dandelion's down. :Men\ often looked at her inthe street ; And she did look very well, for I crowded with pretty women and irre- into anything approaching the serious
I .j Adown the west the sun sinks low, but there was something unusual in saw her. The rouge was well, not proachably dressed men. and matrimonial. Persiflage formed
f4' a i ii As grows the twilight comes a hush, this man, and she couldn't have said too well, managed, and, far from look- Hilda was taking a well-earned rest the staple of their conversation, and
: Save where with
'; I :.i; thrush vesper-chance< comes a why ; but she stopped in front of a ing old-maidish, she gave me the idea after her exertions as hostess, in the he seemed to take a never-ending
,J r:i 1 Sings in the sunset's afterglow. shop window, and took a glance in the of a very handsome woman.I company of a man friend, with whom pleasure in saying some little nothingsmost
-- direction he had gone, with those eyes, have noticed that when women she was quarreling with all the vigorof calculated to pique her, and at
4 i j;:' THE MODERN i MEDEA. which women are credited with hav- proclaim, not only to themselves, but a really old friendship. Suddenlyshe I times make her positively angry.
t .. -- ing in the back of their heads. To openly, that they intend to be oldmaids' turned very pale and looked quite Still as he always] seemed so penitent,
t : .; J Hildar: Trevor was not a pleasantilooking her surprise, she saw him also stand- you may take it for grantedthat frightened. Hilda. possessed her soul in patienceand
{ i woman. I say' woman" ing at a. window ; but having eyes, they have strong hopes of somebody What's up, Hilda ?" said Spencer, waited. One evening they were
; obliged to admit that she must have side of his nose, he was using those on intend to accept unconditionally, and the nineteenth century. soiree, and Jack was evidently indulging -
1 once been a girl, so little of the girl her with all the fixity of which they the fact that Hilda made that remarkto Oh, nothing. I suppose the heat himself in his favorite amusement
!! remained that, had anybody told me were capable. Thinking it a mere her looking-glass, and shortly after- -I'm rather tired-go away till I call i. for Hilda's scowl was on the point of
''c ?' ':. : she was born at the age of thirty, I coincidence, she walked on, only to ward to her ;Uther, only goes to you-and get me a glass of water first.I appearing more than once. Spencer,
,, should have found little difficulty in find the interesting stranger againnear strengthen my observation. She shall be all right in a minute." i who was also there, walked up to
i J K.vE. i i believing it. There was something her, and again devouring her started for the ball in very good spirits, You will have guessed the cause of shake hands with both of them, when
+ : :;hard and unapproachable in everything with his brilliant optics. He followedher in spite of feeling that she would Hilda's paleness and sudden fright. :Marsden, who hardly said a word for
w, 1 rr. :t =! about her. She was hard from until she reached Albert Gate, probably shine only in the capacity ofa There he was That mysterious man, some time, suddenly got up, as if he
i* i :Ler straight brows and massive chin where he crossed the road hurriedly, wall-flower, for she was much above standing at the door in the same atti- had come to a serious resolution. He
;r ,Y ; j;down to the points of her pointed boots came back in front of her, and then dancing with Tom, Dick and Harry. tude, staring silently at her, and in went straight up to a particularly
'k.,, :.which shone as if tipped with some passed her slowly, gazing earnestly almost Toward midnight she had been sittingout her own house, too. This was too pretty woman, who was surrounded
J i'' 'metal. When she was annoyed, an sternly at her as long as he decently long enough to make her look much. Still, she felt she must do by a number of gentlemen, and who
.- V '.ff : : jugly scowl l would spread over her face could. sullen and unapproachable. Everynow something to clear up this mystery, so was making herself very charming to
'1{ '" :-and what a scowl She seemed in "\ that's the very thing," he and then her glance wandered she. called back Spencer to give her them all, to judge by their pleased
4't moment to become another being- said, as he went into. the park. Whata toward the door, as if she expected time to think. By a supreme effort expressions. As soon as Marsden
+r her eyes glared, lines sprang up which piece of luck. Now all I want is an somebody ; but all she saw was the she forced herself to talk on trivial joined them, however, she put her arm
r s i : age never made, and her ]lips, which opportunity and I'll make one, or my usual half-dozen unhappy- lookingmen subjects for a few minutes, and then, as in his, and they walked a little nearer
r i < were naturally rather full and passionate name isn't Jack Marsden, and my idea who are always to be seen, lean if apropos of nothing, she said : Hilda, talking in low tones. Spencer
drew tightly together until they will be realized. Splendid, by Jove!1" ing against the walls at the doorway I never knew I was short-sighted, just then passed them on his way to
r., became livid. For several seconds A few years before Hilda would of a ball-room, getting in everybody'sway or perhaps with age I am getting the door, where:Marsden stopped them
; she ''would remain motionless and have been very indignant, .no one and with difficulty keeping from blind, but I can't see across the room and whispered, Go and tell Hilda
A L : ;; stony, and I feel sure that had a steel more so, at the very idea of a man yawning.Why very well. Who is that fair man who this is. She's sure to ask you,
,; been,drawn across her clinched hands following her, but now, as she went don't they go to bed, if they standing against the wall by the and I have a particular reason for her
f ::1 it would have made the sparks fly ; home, she was rather pleased than neither want to dance or speak to any- door?" knowing it now." Nobody could refuse -
4'i 1 the next moment she was herself again. otherwise. He was certainly very body, instead of wearing out the back "By Jove !1" replied Spencer, it's Jack, and Spencer went back to
,' I only saw her once under the influence good looking and evidently a gentleman of their coats, and depriving them- Jack :Marsden. I didn't know yon Hilda, who had been watching these
I;; ;:of one of these silent furious fits ," she thought, as she sat workingat selves of that rest which they seem so 1 knew him." man uvres with growing surprise.
t ; of temper, and I hope I may never see a very stiff piece of embroidery all much to require ? "I don't," said Hilda, greatly relieved The moment Spencer had gone d on this
: its like agam.Vhe I say that she over gold lace and beads.I Suddenly her eyes brightened, to find he was alive after all. unpleasant mission. :Marsden disap-
: lletook much notice of me, I am am sorry to have to record that, though she could scarcely believe what I wonder how he got here ? peared, or rather went, and placed
+ only, speaking the truth, however after sleeping rather badly, she delibe- she saw, and was half inclined to thinkit (l Oh, I suppose somebody broughthim himself where he could see Hilda's
much it may hurt my feelings. So if rately went into the Brompton Road was the result of thinking too much ; people have such cheek about face without being seen himself. As
I venture to tell you how it was that I the next afternoon at the same hour. of-her late adventure. For there was that sort of thing-think nothing of he had anticipted, it was not long be-
saw:her in her terrible wrath, she will I don't say she had any hope of meet- her unknown friend among the melan- bringing half a dozen fellows to one's fore Hilda, vainly trying to appear"
i: never recognize my hand in it. ing her unknown admirer, but it looked choly band, staring at her as if he intended house, and girls to dance with them, indifferent, asked who the lady was
-I' ; I do not want you to think that she uncommonly like it when I tell you to take a mental photographof too.. But Jack's a. capital chapoldfriend :Marsden had just left.
,' i was plain or wanting in attraction ; on that she had forgotton all about the her. But, though he stared as of mine-artist, you know- Don't you know? Why that's his
.: '_ the ,Contrary, she was rather goodlooking. I idea of taking her maid out with her, usual, he made no effort to get intro- II shall I introduce you to him? Sure wife," said Spencer, as if he were say-
t. ; d: She had magnificent eyes, and worse still, that it was not long duced to her, which she expected and you will like him," and he half arose. ing the most important thing in the
well-cut features, well-shaped hands, before the fair haired gentleman with hoped, or even to move away from Hilda. had no intention of letting world.
( r-i, '.' : and:a fine figure. She essentially the long moustache came sauntering where she first saw-him. Hilda could Spencer know under what peculiar It's a lie, and( you know it is," retorted -
;, 'l, what is called a fine woman," and along. Their eyes met, and Hilda felt not very well make any advances, so circumstances she had already" seen i Hilda, in a low, angry hiss, utterly -
1't: ;lt'? : few people would pass her without herself actually blushing, (not a com- she was obliged to wait as patiently as his friend, but it was with difficultythat i forgetting herself in the suddenness -
1k ';j taking a glance at her., In fact, she mon failing with her, by any means.) she could for events to develop. Of she hid the satisfaction she felt at of the revelation. '
t t. ,i'h:1: : :,been a beauty, and very: haughty He, however, seemed quite unmoved, course, to add to her vexation, (why the information he had given her. Spencer was naturally taken abackat
r, a 0- 1 :; aioli ;me tango'e beauty, too, I expect. and only stared at her in the search- was he so shy? He don't look as if "Very well," she said, with well- the vehemence of this unladylike
t f t[, '''Not' ,,.the sort of beauty to caress and ing manner which had so struck her afflicted with that obsolete virtue,) feigned indifference, you can intro- remark, but immediately understanding -
;, say pretty things to, but one to put on before. His indifference piqued her, several men, emboldened by her sweet duce him ; he does look rather nice, the state of affairs, and being a
I d \ : ;., ,u pedestal and admire from a distance. and the beginning of one of her scowlsI expression, perhaps;, now came and now have. had a look at him." prudent man, he ignored her violence
: ; ;j\Vhen thanking Providence she did have told you about just showed itself asked for a dance ; men of the kind Jack was presently brought up, and and merely replied that there was no
j j o : ; not; belong to you, I suppose she often and disappeared. He must have every womam knowsthickskinnedand formally introduced; though, as usual, doubt of it, and that he had known
,, ,1 /thought of that had been," with its seen the little cloud ; he was staringso incapable, of seeing that they are neither heard the other's name. He her a long time ; and was going to
4 j: :iost opportunities, which, perhaps, he couldn't have helped it, but, far unwelcome, and who always want to did not ask her to dance ; but sitting enlarge on her many attractions
st .' 'accounted for her expression ,in repose from disconcerting him, it seemed to snap up those dances which she is down in Spencer's vacant seat, laugh- (surely a want of tact after beginningso
{ r t i; being a mixture of disappointment and act as a stimulus, for he looked at her keeping for her particular friends. ingly referred to having seen her be- well) when the sight of Hilda
'!; idefiance. She had lately begun to more pleased than ever, and carefully Seeing how engrossed'she was in this fore, at which she blushed nicely, and face stopped him, as if he had been
,1\ realize that the many offers she had went,through the same manoeuvres as man, it is not surprising that,she refused admitted some: dim recollection of him shot.
4 1 I : Al preyent: her from growing old, and the full on her at Albert Gate. mony, fearing that,_if she gave one naively suggested.Jack crossed her face like black shadows ;
1 thought of it, while making her Hilda was puzzled, and no wonder; dance away, it might be the very one utterly ignored this transparent -' in an instant she became livid, her
:i Mineasy :and at times desperate, did not the man was certainly very odd. he would want. Two or three times fiction. teeth clinched like a. vice and a scowl
;, ,I 'tend.to. improve either. her temper or When she got' home, her puzzled expression the ominous scowl was produced for I am afraid you must have thoughtme spread over her face till she looked
.- ] her appearance. Now that men, from <;> was so apparant that, meeting the benefit of the more importunate of awfully rude, but I rather stare at like a chained devil. She seemed
j &constant snubbing, kept away from! her father in the hall, he at once said : them, no one of which escaped Jack; everybody, so of course I would at 'turned to stone, except that her eyes
wr ,I her,.:she did all she could in the un- "Well, Hilda, has somebody been and the angrier she got the more interested you." (The "you emphasized in glared in the most horrible manner,
l ; I 1, *bending') way natural her to attract asking ou a conundrum, or is the momentous did he seem to be in his ob- Jack's best manner.) 1,and there was murder, nothing shortof
=]. ,.them. ; need, I say, with little success.A' question of, what to wear to- servation. When the last : of her "Didn't. I see you at the :Mat- it, in the fierce look which shea
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fixed oir the unconscious Mrs. MarsJen. guid! summer time may smite 'CJl1. or some 1 RAILROADS. For information'respecting routes, rate, f Arrive! at Thoma>ville! daily i at...... 6:45 a in
It was all done *n a moment of your household. down to sick hl'clo'Thl> ___ etc., apply to General Ticket Office. Fernan Arrive at Albany clml'ut.............11:30 a m
pails of soiled wash water and soapsuds din:!. or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 a ni
when: Mr, Trevor came up to say emptied too near your dwelling week after DIE CARD sonville. Arrive at New Orleans dailyat..... 19::0 p in
abe 1 hj'ii' :seen :Marsden hurrying out week, may not he remembered, but in the JL OK THE Arrive at Nashville daily nt............ 8:10 a in

ijntuttered "important telegram" shape of miasma, or tainted with will, like "curses, have come home to Arrive at Cincinnati ill he ',-l1' t tel was the paleness of Hilda roost." In my own bak-\1lrd-out of I CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION.JACKSONVILLE at St. Louis daily at............ ..:,')() a m iArrive i
's free. "I....e t's go home, papa," she sight.of the hou;e-we have a homely reservoir Effect May 10th, 188- ( : TO CHATTAHOOCIIEE RIVER.) at Chicago daily at............. 7:00 a in r
broken voice "I don'tknow and deodorizer it.' the shape of a pile of Pullman Palace Cars
said i in1 a ; TRANSIT & PENINSULAR, DIVISION. WESTWARD.No. Sleeping un this
ashes. A hollow in the middle receives all
1. No. 3. Train to Chattanooga Jt'
'wfiat the matter with butI ; up.
is: me, slopwater impurities of which are absorbed FKRNANDINA CEDAR KEY.
; ( TO ) Accom. Mail. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesvilleto ,
feel M vffully ill." by a daily covering of ashes from the house Central Xinetieih. Leave Jacksonville...... 8.35a m 5.55 p m Savannah. :
fires and ( or Meridian, Time.)
occasional of lime.
an sprinkling
I will over the paroxysms of : Arrive Baaldwln..9.12ain 8.03pm: Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom :
pas.s Hilda went through In due time the whole pile becomes a ferti- GOING SOUTIt. Leave, Baldwin............ 9.18am 7.45pm Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.: ,
lay: re, tlwt poor lizer for the ardrn..An Day Pas. JVf Pas. Lake City.........10.44 am 11.04 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
luring;? t- le next week, while she ODfctinatelv authority in domestic matters tells ns A.M. P.M. Live Oak........... 11.40 a m 1.30 m to Savannah. I
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I refused to leave her room, oretieli if we take care of the back-yard, the front Leave Fernandina................. 0.40 4.25 Madison ............ 1.08pm 3.45am Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to !
will take care of itself; and the longer: the Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.10 5.03 Monticello ......... l".40pm 5.30am Louisville Thomasville.A I
fcjjak 1 to anybody. One day writer keeps house the more ready is she to Arrive Callahan.................... 7.55 6.04Leave Arrive Tallahassee...... 3.25 m 8.14 a m Restaurant has been opened at. Way-
when if: e seemed calmer, and as it witness to the truth of the raying.Correspondence I Callahan...................... 8.05 6.30 Leave Tallahassee....,.... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m cross, and abundant time will be allowedfor
American Agriculturist. Leave Dutton..... ............ ..... 8.35; p ,
tax ,austed by the relentless bitterness 7.05 Quincy .............. 4.35pm: 10. ,0 amArrive meals by all passenger: trains.
Were Leave Brandy Branch.......... 8.50
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Cliatta. River5.45 I
she m 12.23 a m Connecting at Savannah with.steamers b-
of her thoughts, was idly MIGHTY INTERESTING READING." From ....... p I
Baldwin....... ...... 9.10 7.47 New York Philadelphia Boston and Balti-
looking over, without reading, one of.. the 1st of January, 1884, to the lut of January Leave Baldwin...................... 9.20 8.30;: EASTWARD.No. more.
Society\ Papers," when the following 1885. we are to have an interesting Leave Maxville..................... 9.47 9.00 2. .N o. 4. Connecting at Charleston with steamers
the arrested her succession; of stirring events of which everyone Leave Highland...................10.07 !9.25 Mail.LeaveChatt'chee for New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
paragraph, atten- will wish to hear. Two military campaigns Leave Lawtey.......................10.20::! 9.45 River.10.30:: a m 1.30 p m Through Tickets sold to all Hail
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another work, very vigorously treated, purpose of Mr. Parnell, by a bitter *" P.M. Lake .......... 2.30am Line Steamers II. B. PLANT, CHATTAIIOOCHEK
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models: fail to inspire him. Heneverreally In default of this, Mr. IV.rnell promises' to Leave Archer........................1255 :3.17 ArriveJacksonville..p Trains 1 and 2 ni 7.35am M. IVES, Agent. .
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actually seen, in real life, the play of Stephen's intolerable. This programme insures Arrive Cedar Key................. 3.30 6.00 to Pensacola daily ; and TRAINS Pullman Jacksonville Sleepers
a succession of exciting scenes in Par-
tlio.-e: nations! :: :which he wishes to por- liament.: The new reform bill. which )[r. GOING SOUTH. Jacksonville to New Orleans daily. ; NEW STORE.-3S

tniv.: :lId: it i is well known that he is Gladstone proposes to carry during the session Day Prs.Xt PitS.A. Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, -
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not"over, scrupulous carrying general interest in the United States, as wellas Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.35 6.40 Central and Western Division.ST. :E3 W. F. WOOD, Jr., ( S'
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Medea atid Creusa, and it is only quite more interesting to American: readers will be Leave Otter Creek.................. S.:38 8.00 MARK'S BRANCH. .
he has succeeded no the discussion to take place at "'ushingtonwithin Leave Bronson........... ........... !9.15 8.45 (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.) C) -{ Proprietor, j- :EC

lately tlyit oneknow the next few months over our own Leave Archer....................... 9.45 9.25 Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00 a 111
: .hfrw, in forming for himself the reform bill. The Republican members of Leave Palmer ..................:....10.01 9.50 Arrive Wakulla............................. 9.05 a m >
sort: of situation which the story 1'e- the present Congress are opposed to tariff Leave Arredondo...................10.15 10.40 Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am Cr >
uirjnd! which is essential to his reform. The Democrats, it is said, are Leave Gaineyitle..10.40: 11.45 Leave St. Mark's:.........................10.00 a. m
: had the divided, the majority of them favoring, the Arrive: Waldo....... .. .............11.23; 12.40A. Arrive Wakulla.............................10.' 5 am :II
l111'tI10'1.'|.0 Those who have minority opposing} it. Which will get the M. Arrive Tallahassee,........................11.30 am
privilege' of seeing his picture 1'1'01l001I1C't' upper hand? Will the hizh-tariff Democrats Leave Waldo..........................11.35; 2.00 -
the Medea terribly real cooperate with the Republicans to maintainthe Leave Thurston.....................11.50 2.30: CONNECTIONS.At t S S $ .J.
: absurd law ? Or will the Demo- Leave Starke.:...................;...12.0: 2.47 Jacksonville
present with Way cross Line for
which '"it, of course, the highest crats act. together, and send a reform tariff Leave Temples ....................12.37 2.57 all points North and East; with the Fernan- ANDS
praise. : bill to the Senate, which the Senate will decline P. )1. dina it Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
The dropped from her hands. to pass? Every step of the strugglein Leave Lawtey.. ......................12 58 3.23 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on Sr
I pftper the Capitol at Washington will be watched !: Leave Highland; ..................... 1.14 3.45 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
Hilda understood: it all now. ............ -
with lively concern all over the country, Leave Maxville..... ... 1.34 4.15 At Baldwin, with Florida Transit &: Pen- :a:
The Coward; she said, springing::? and by the time Congress adjourns the public Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
Leave Baldwin........ ........... 2.05 5.40
). 4'15ut' I'll be revenged, and mind will be ripe for the opening of a nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
uj Leave Brandy Branch........... 2.25 6.00 c.
Presidential campaign which, it is safe to At Live Oak. with the Savannah, Florida
then si* burst into tears.-'l'in.slcy's say, will exceed in warmth any of its predecessors Leave Dutton................:....... 2.40 6.15 & Western Railroad.At .

JIllqUZ/1j, / .,. since 1800. The meeting of the Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.GO Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch {{ Fernandina E;
Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the Leave Callahan..................... 3.18 7.10 Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays: and Sat- ,
4i: IHAzrLro; Ju. 2d January, and the reassembling of the Leave Hart's: Road Junction... 4.08 8.05 urdays.At .
Baltimore City Council later in the same Arrive Fernandina................ 4.38 8.40 Chattahoochee River, with the :J3 -{ Cor. Centre & Third. }- Sii'J"

A IiELlCIfJs: TROPiCAL FRUIT WITH PECULIAR month, will prove also events of engrossing !rf?- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; cola & Atlantic Railroad for )[ pensa-I

ft CHARACTEIilSTICS.j interest. But supposing the existence of a Night Passenger daily.PESINSULAR. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, i
)1 luui: often wondered," remarked a citizen concerned about none of these things, Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, ; TIlE NEW STORE.-
gciltlcnyA j who recently returned from Bra- still he will need to read The Sun for news and Northwest, and with all boats for Apalachicola -
of the thousand and one other events of DIVISION. Columbus and Eufaula.
zil \vh\i! of fruit
importers tropical never
made airtflbrt( to introduce the delightfullycool interest that go so far to make up the cur- (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LCESBURG.) The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to Professional and Business Cards.

aiitl refreshing caju of Brazil in this rent history of the world. The period is GOING SOUTH. all points 'Vest.Through .
one of rapid movement, and the citizen who I'as.1V t Pas. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
city. The caju grows wild and is cultivated Day W. u:. 1SAUKNICI1T,
risesto does not take a paper is sure to be left be- *3Bi P.M. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
in that (lot1lltr)'. The caju tree hardly A.M.
the dignity of a tree, but its branches are hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora Leave Waldo........................12.01 1.00 and at new office southwest corner of Bay AGENT.
wide spreading{ and its leaves large, of a paper, now is the time, before the actors Leave Dixie.........................12.22 1.30 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
brilliant, green color and oval shape, and on the world's stage during the year 1884: Leave Hawthorne............ ....12.38 1.53 A. 0. MAcDONELL, BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER
shine as ,jf they were varnished. The bloomis have taken their places and begun to play Leave Lochloosa...................12.58 2.23 Gen' Ticket and Pass.Agent, ANDDculer
an extremity of the branches, and is their parts. When it becomes a question of Leave Orange Lake................ 1.22 2.53 Fernandina, Fla.C. in Ice
small, f ale yellow flower growing in clusters securing a reliable newspaper, which will Leave Sparr's......................... 1.38 3.12 W. MAXWELL,
contain all the news, succinctly expressedand Leave Anthony Place............ 1.51 3.28 Master of Transportation, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY,

"One variety of the garden caju, when fairly reported, the proper course to Leave Silver Spring.............. 2.25 Baldwin. Fla. BROOM STREET WHARF,
ripe is ns;large as a Bartlett pear and shaped pursue is plain : take The Sun. Leave Ocala............................ 2.45 4.20 D. E. MAXWELL, 19-tf FERXAXDIXA. FLA.
homething like it. Some varieties are ---- -------- Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.28 5.10 General Superintendent,

bright yellow, some deep red, and others THE SUN, Arrive Oxford........................ 3.45 5.29 Fernandina, Fla. JAMES McGIFFIX
yellow with pink colored cheeks. The fleshor Leave Wildwood................... 4.00 5.50 ,
pulpaf\ the caju is more tempting in appearance Published daily except Sunday. Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.35 6.30 Savannah, Florida and Western pOXTRACTOR AND BUILDER
than that of any fruit I ever saw, GOING NORTH.
I ut it is never eaten. It is for the juice THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. A.M. P. M. RAILWAY.WAYCROSS Alachua Street, between Second and Third,

globe that the caju is prized. In this it is -- Leave Leesburg..................... 6.50 5.35
Jinidi more profile than the juiciest orange.It Mail Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 QM SHORT LINE.All FERXAXDIXA, FLA.
is the custom of the Brazilians to suck a Terms Cash Subscription in advance-by Postage,Free Invariably: Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 6.53 trains of this road are run by Central Orders and estimates from a. distance care-
caju before breakfast, but at any hour of the Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.17 ((90th) Meridian time which is 28 minutes fully attended to. 25-tf
Jay the juice is delightful. It is sweet and Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.29 slower than Jacksonville time.
astringent; and wonderful allayer of thirst. One Year...........$G.OO One onth..50 Cts. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47
The juico of one caju is more grateful to a Six Months....... 3.00 Three Weeks.,38 Cts. Leave Anthony Place............ 9.15 9.19 and after Sunday, May 11, 1884. Pas- A. T. BARNHILL & SONS,
thirsty ycrson than a goblet of the purest Four Months..... :2.00 Two Weeks..25 Cts. Leave Spa rr's......................... 9.25 9.39 O Trains will leave and arrive as i
water. I Three Months.... 1.50 I One Week......13 Cts. Leave Orange Lake................9.40 10.03 follows senger Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,
"The gild caju, which grows profusely in Two Months...... 1.00 I Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.02 10.43 : NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.

the ered forests, is natives small for and wine acrid, and is gath-The SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts Leave Hawthorne.................10.23 11.15 Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 8:30 a m FERXAXDIXA, FLA.,
by the making. Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35A. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a m
wine Ina lc from it resembles in taste an or-
sweetened with and is M. Arrive at Callahan daily at:........... 9:15 a m Blacksmiths, (inn: and Locksmiths,
dinary claret sugar; a THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUX. Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.05 12.15O Arrive at Waycross daily at..11:01 a in

.popular\ peculiarity Coverage) of the among caju the is its poorer seed,people.which -Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Brunswick daily at......... 3:00 p m Carriage and Shipsmiths.T .

rows on.the outside of the fruit, and hangs A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events: in Night Passenger daily. Arrive at Thpmasville daily at..... 3:17: p m
from Compact Shape. Arrive at Bainbiidge daily at........ 5:10 p m
its?:larger extremity. The seed is in > EPAIRIXG DOSE IX ALL BRAXCH.
size and-' like a large kidney -- F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m .
bean The appearance Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........11:45: p m jLv es at reasonable rates.
kermit is surrounded by a pulpy FERNANDINA JACKSONVILLE.)
covering!. which secretes a powerful fluid $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 ( GOING TO SOUTH. Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 4:45 a m Orders for SIGX and CARRIAGE PAINTING -

acid. Wherever this touches the flesh a Leave Fernandina....................... 6.00 p. in. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m will be promptly attended to, one of
painful blister will form at once, similar to TER Invariably Cash in Advance. Leave Hart's Road..................... 6.30 p. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa the members of the firm being a first-class
that made. by dropping burning particles of Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 7.40 p. in. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa
Mobile New Orleans. Texas all trans- Painter. 23
}parlor matches on the hand. By roasting States and Canada. cola. ,
GOING NORTH. Pullman Buffet and
Mississippi points.
the --
kernels however, this troublesome Leave Jacksonville..................... 7.10a.m. Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville to
}property of the seed is destroyed. The ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.12 a. m. Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.FAST C. C. STRATTON & COM
roamed kernels of caju seeds are as popular Arrive :Fernandina..................... 8.50a.m.
lIl80I11Cptrts of Brazil as peanuts are here, MAIL.
aim taste very much like them. In roasting 1884. Premium Copies 1884. gzSr daily except Sunday. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 2:30 p m OF MACON, GEORGLHAVEIADETHE \,
the kernels great care is exercised in to Getters Up of Clubs SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 p m
the smoke that rises from them preVenting For the Baltimore Weekly Sun." Leave Jacksonville......:............. 9.00 p.m. Arrive. Callahan daily at............ 3:10: p m
front touching: part of the flesh for Arrive Fernandina......1;...........10.25 a. m. Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m MODE nno'sy-

wherever it touches any a most irritating inflammation Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00 Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. Arrive at Jesup daily .................. 6:35 p m Flu., the authorized >
i is the immediate result. If the With an extra Copy of the WeeklySun Arrive Jacksonville................._ 6.25 p. m. I Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p in Agents to contract for the sale of their
smoke enters the eyes it will destroy the one year. I Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m

sIght. TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Washington. D.C.daily: atll:00 p inArrive BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.
The caju has almost as many varieties With an extra copy of the WeeklySun at New York daily at......... 6:30 a m

as. the American pear, and it would certainly one year, and one copy of the FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting: at Waycross with Through
become/ a popular fruit if introducedIcre.X. Daily Sun three months. With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room Parties wishing to purchase will get all information -

J: SUlL. FIFTEEN COPIES........................... 15.00 ship Line from New York: on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars. Waycross to New York with- as regards prices from them.
out change. of different qualities and stylescan -
With an extra copy of the Weekly for New York on Thursday. Samples
THE BACK Y.UtD.-It has been said by Sun one year, and one copy of the With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE: EXPRESS. be seen at the office of
some! one that the back-yard is the true criterIOn Daily Sun nine months. and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jackson nil!e daily at........... 5:30 p m MODE BUG'S,
of tile Arrive ut Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a in 26 Fernandina.
refinement of the house-dwell- THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 CALLAIIAN. ........... 6:20
ers. So many things drift around to the To and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at. p m
ack- With an extra copy of the WeeklySun Arrive at........... 9:00 rn CO. .
yard, and in such a free and eisy way of the Sun and all points North and West, daily.AT Waycross daily : p CURTIS fc
bud a lodging there that it requires a sharp and one copy Daily Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.15 p m
eye: and skillful hand to keep this place in one year.Getters BALDWIN, FLA., Leave Xewnansville! daily ut........ 0:57 p m ESTATE AGENTS,
To and from Jacksonville) Tallahassee
inm. Leave Sew Branford daily at8:20 p m.
Sot all useless and
only must uncomely MARY'S GEORGIA
rubbis-h be carefully kept down for up of Clubs will find the above and all points SouthWest, ., and Northwest, Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.48 p m ST. ,

appearance) sake but the sanitary state of daily. Arrive at DuI'ont.daily at.............12:10 a in Ez- .
the back-yard needs, careful looking after. terms the most liberal that can be offered by AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Albany daily at.............. 2:25 a in Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated, --.:.

If! your hung! is in the country the impure To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup} daily at...............11:05 p m changes Sites effected.Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 .'
eater from '!10USC and kitchen, and wash a First-Class Family Journal. t WILDWOOD. Arrive at Macon daily at-............ 7:00 a inin Lands,and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
tub' should ijever! be poured on the surfacevlth With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:25 p acres;
? Broainl near the house. This is a SINGLE COPIES by mail..3 Cts. and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m acres, for sale. ''
Lrxratlu5Jx>''lt especially if one keeps a CEDAR KEY, FLA., I Arrive at Nashville daily at........... 1:25 a m X. B.-"St. Mary's having been selected
; thJavero e domestic believes and The safest method of transmitting. money With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m as the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi
da.ilyat........ 7:00 m Canal (under the survey made for Government -
stoutly fluaiirtains it by her works, that, West and Havana ever Saturday: for New Arrive at Cincinnatti! a
Water. J a"t description is properly dis- by mail is by check, draft or post-office Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m by General Gillmore), charters for the
:se<1 of >''vl *: 1 emptied'on the ground, the Havana every Friday : from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ G:20.p m construction of which having been grantedby
nearer the house the better. Nature works money order. every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:30 a m the United States Government and the'
While :'cu sleep 1 ; if you give her foul nlaterials Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta! daily at............12:20 p m Legislatures of Georgia and Florida a ]large
; to +w'jrk with! her mysterious chemistry Address A.-S. ABELL & Co., Publishers. for and from Key West. Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m increase in the value of adjacent" lands may.
?*all"ot sure to evolve something which SUN IRON BUILDING, Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a m be confidently looked for. (See New York :
i 11 ........ 5:30 m Sun, 27-3-83.) -
the coming bright spring. days, or Ian- : .Baltimore, Md. and Friday. Arrive at Xew York daily at. p
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t r F I Sr 11E! -b OmDAMlmlOlt- The only effect of forfeiting the LITERARY NOTES., UNITED STATES LAND GRANTS.AMONG authorized to select from even sections th--
) .
t available lands in lieu of the
;.. alternate section grant would be to We published recently a literary lands tin. :
TIlE TITLES OF TilE GOVERNMENT LAND taken from the odd sections a ,
criticism interest in ; wllll'ay'us but
.1 return to the United States a grant of much respect part her
I COMPANY.At not enough available "
was to
};t'''. I :: .:'Su bscription, >s$2 per year; six months, fl 1.P made to the people of Florida-to to the inscription which De the corner of Julia and Bay streets, in how will the attitude pay all.of Con
k ; ", 9-- the Everett building, is located )Ir. :;.
; ': Centre and First streets,second floor. do- the at Fort now gress in forfeiting other railroad land
f ;Office;corner forfeit our share of the public Gourgues placed. .".on* tree, 1. Wailes, Commissioner: of Lands for the effect your grant. grants
; i iu -xnjxrvxrx rj .. j main and to that-extent Y h his Florida Hail way A; Navigation Ct npany.-- "Not atall .for reason that
] RATES OF AD']< RTL L G. impoverish Caroline in 15G9vhen e. hung ; .tl.e. the nt.
r The aippeartnce of those in ,
busy : engaged ing act was made in 1856. We built
; Ten cents: a line for the first, and five cents for the State. The lands' would not be Spanish prisoners: We find in the the office has more than once arrested the less than tai miles! up to the period of 1861 not

ach subsequent insertion. attention of the reporter, while in quest of when the war intervened, and
to at the 11th as
subject entry government price Herald soon
Florida of a com as
w a 1 7 8ped3.11oc3.l notices, 15 cents a line. news, and on Friday evening, last the re- ,' peace had been restored we claimed
,1 t! i il Heading notices,25 cents a line.I until offered at some distant periodat munication upon'the same subjectby porter succeeded in obtaining a few moments rights to proceed under the grant but our
,, ;i ; Special rate for time advertisements upon appli sale for of Mr. "Wailes' valuable time in a refused. As soon, however, as our claim were
: :' a : : nation; at the office. public general competition. "c. D., which we republish else- social chat, relative to the origin of the Land was recognized we commenced the construc
{ b.tr'r The money received for them where. Our own views as to the Grants, their titles and where located. tion of the remaining 150 miles. The delay:
+ upon.all matters of local interCommunications The reporter said ; "Mr. Wailes, the was first occasioned l by the war and afterwards
west; solicited from all parts of the county and from would go to tHe United States Treasury -. meaning of the inscription are indi- Journal is a new paper and is desirous of by the action of the department until

.11 along:. the lines of Florida railways. and the lands would be l kept cated in the language in the Historyof evincing some 'journalistic enterprise, and 1881, after which time the road assumes the
for this reason seeks such information, as responsibility of its own completion
---.- :f-":,, All communications intended for publication. out of settlement for a, long time. St. Augustine" p. 106, and "His- you may be able to give, that is of public the five years next succeeding.I within
;.,;r J :slw: e-addressed to the Editor; all business! Our in Florida would interest, regarding the building of the extension !. I \ state further that there seems to be
people we of Florida 150.
.,i :letters simply to THE FLORIDA :MIRROR. tory p. of the Florida R.ilwt1Xavigation; no disposition on the'part of the people of
7 r I: think, be benefited in every way by :Menendez: in 1565, when he had Company's road and its effects" upon the .'this State to obtain a forfeiture as our last

f :: I SATURDAY JUNE 21. .l8iJ. --' the ,construction of the road and the captured the French-Huguenot Fort lands Mr. that Wailes you said are:now" The selling extension? of the railroads Legislature of made four times grants the to amount narrow of gilafre land

... receipt of the lands_ by the railroad Caroline hung the survivors to a Florida Railway & Navigation Companyfrom : that we get for our broad guage road, built
"T//J P. :R. N. CO.'S Wildwood to Panasottkee is graded, with the best 60 pound steel rails.:

+ ; i I, We republish from the Florida company which earns them. Any tree, with the inscription, "No por and 60 pound steel rails will be laid by July "Then you ,regard these titles as perfectly.
7 1st. The next 25 miles will be completed -
good ?
'., journal= in another column in- public man who favors a forfeitureof Franceses, sino por.Luteranos" as is that .
-1 an within GO days, as the agreement one "Yes ; and that they are so regarded by
+ :;eresting statement relative to the any lands granted to our State is Frenchman; 'but.js| Lutherans.We thousand men are to be employed on the those who are in a position to know all
work. The other extension, which will about them, is evidenced by orders that
'., :land grants to the Florida Railway certainly acting under a mistaken have several authorities as to form a junction with the South Florida receive from parties in Gainesville and we aJ

; .e view of her interests. The grant in what the inscription was which De Railroad: at or near Plant City, will be under Washington connected with the Govern
P. jlkmipany. contract next month, so that we may rea- ment.."
.!' 1 *. Very few of the present population question was made to the State of Gourgues placed as a counterpart to sonably expect the completion 'of the entire "Are they in much demand?"

Florida and the State has not excepted that of the :Menendez.The : .. roads by November 1st, 1884.: "Yes ; a great deal. These particular
Spanish .
I ';1' of Florida have any idea of the Will you explain to the public what :, lands have been out of the market a great

MifficJlties which beset the early to the delay, and the Legislature Ensaio Cronplogico gives it effect, if any.the completion of the road" will many years and are situated in the best t and
have the lands of the ? "
upon company most fertile counties of the State.
I Railway projectors in Florida. In would doubtless oppose any in Spanish as ".lYo por Espanoles, sino "Certainly, but perhaps it would be best, How are the prices?*'
revocation of the in view of that question for me to give you "They are graded according to location
grant. traidorcs homicidas"ot ,
854 scheme for trunk as
tfie building por y
? a brief history of the land grant, which will and are from $1 25 to $15 per acre."
t a kailwa P lines through Florida origi- The case in Florida is very differ Spaniards, but as traitors and mur make. the subject much more comprehensive. -

aK liated is admitted with ent from the Western railroad derers.In Post-Office Notice.
,'as generally On May 17.1856, Congress granted to the
schemes which have been Ternaux collection old Florida Railroad Company afterwards Office Hours-From 8:00 A. aI. to 6:00: p. 3!.
The Htm. D. L. Yulee then a Sena- never car- Compan's ,
the Transit and
known as system now the Sunday hours, 10:30 A. aL. to 11:30: A. M.
; ried into effect and is not to be in the volume entitled "llec eil de &
tor Florida
,'. in l ongress. Florida had a population puton Railway Navigation Company Money Orders and Registered Letters from

:, tt >tr by the census of 1850 of the same footing with them.V edo Pieces sur la Floride," a very an- the miles odd within sections the or range 120 of sections 15 miles to each of the 20 8:00: A. M. to 1:00: p. M.; and from 2:00 P.)1

-only 7,000, spread over 'an area not suppose there is any dangerof cient manuscript is reprinted foundin line of their road, making as a condition to 3:30: p. 31.ARRIVAL .
P precedent that the road should be completed
t : larger han the State of New York, a forfeiture of the grant to Florida the Royal: Library, which appearsto within ten years. I I AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
'r Transit ifr Peninsular Railroad-
., with <.f course, no density of population I but the agitation of the ques- have been written by some one "The of the'road company the commenced same year the the grant construction was I Arrives dailyexcept Sunday........ 4:00: p.)[.

rapid settlement of the dition. It is entitled "La miles, being that portion of the road from railroads.
t! tA railways. The scheme re- country con- Reprinsede Fernandina to Waldo and the branch to
Closes daily except Sunday........... 6:00: .
\ )[
tiguous to the railroad in of la Floride le Gour- Cedar Key.
f portc by the Board of Internal Im- process por Capitaine Takes mails for the North, the
About this time the war of the rebellion
r k )ro'cl1fcnt was a bold one-purposing construction. gue." In this account is the follow- intervened, and the construction of the road Gulf coast. Transit and Peninsular -

1. to build a railway from the ---- ---- _._- ing statement: was stopped.It roads.Lcesburg train arrives will be observed then that in 1800 when
t ;, 1. .Atlantic at Fernandina to the Gulf TIlE Ccla lit, Us sont branchcz auxmeincs the work was stopped because of the war, Brings Feinauama Western& Jacksonville mail only.Railroad

: : vat Tanjpa and Cedar Key, requiring State Convention will have arbres on Us aroient pendrez that account the amount of the of land 155 miles due the constructed companyon Arrives daily exceptiSunday: ......;.. S:.')O .\.jr.

P+ ; : |00 mijcs; of road ; and from the St. met at Pensacola and declared its les Francais, et ou lieu den ercriteau was 595,200 acres, while as a matter of fact John's Brings the river Jacksonville mails. and St.
the to 1882 had received but
i M : 'John's it Jacksonville to Pensacola, choice during the ensuing week. We que Pierre Melendez y aroit faict met- 290,000 company acres,, up leaving a, balance due the Arrives daily mails except Sunday above.Closes ......._ 5.00 p. J[.

: ::1 distatice of 360 miles, making 660 trust that its deliberations will be tre, comtenant ces .mote en langage company at the close of the war of 200,500 Brings daily except same Sunday as ......... 9COA.M.
f acres, to which was to be added the amount
miles in all. marked with harmony, courtesy and Espaignol. Je ne faicts cecy comme due for building that part of the road from Takes and Jacksonville Northern:: mails.,St.Joltn'sRiver ::
1 Waldo to Ocala. In relation to this I refer
The ,system of land grants was wisdom. a Francoys mais comme a Lutheriens. you to the report of the Secretary of the Closes daily except Sunday-......... fi:") p. M.
Takes Jacksonville St.John'sriver.
.. ihen iw its infancy, and only extended We have expressed no choice for La Capitaine Gourgue faicts grallrer en Interior Congress,, first House session.Doc." 144, Forty-Seventh Northern and Western, mails.

t ,, : *to the granting of alternate the gubernatorial office, but have pane table de sapin avcc un fer chault. When the war had closed the ten years Sunday JfailJacksonville -
and St. John's
,,' Sections' for six miles on either side siich 'confidence in the wisdom and Je ne faicts cccy' comme a Espaignok: If'J limitation How then,of could the grant had also claim expired.to be arrives............................River........10:25 .\. )r.
v your company Northern mail arrives,................. 9:00
:: P.31.
1: ,_, ,f pf the {roadway, making only 3,840 discretion of the convention that we comme a marannes. mats comme a entitled?M to anv of the lands under the Jacksonville, St. John's River and

?y$- .acres to the mile. This, at that day, are quite prepared to support its traistres rolleursct meurtriefs." grant"I was just coming to that. You see, the the North closes....................... 6:00 .\. jr.
Jacksonville and St. John'veronly
'I formed:only an inconsiderable basis nominee. We trust that in the Basanier, in 1586, published an war intervening, acted as a suspension of closes........................... 4:00 p JI.S.nIL. .
the act during its continuance. As soon as
'{ .. /or building a railroad, yet still it selection of a candidate for Governorthe account of this expedition in con- the war was over the company made a re- T. RIDDELL. 1'. M.

k ::did have a considerable value in the greatest weight will be given to nection with Ribault's::;, which differsin quest which to was the refused government, and revived for these the request lands,

g !estimation of foreign capitalists. the personal character and attributesof other particulars but gives the again in 1870, and again was refused by Mr.
.. ,. Chandler, the then Secretary of the Interior,
:' ; :The; Florida Railway as constructed the man, which should be suchas same inscription.Hackluyts upon the ground that the company had 1w

t 'jto Cedar Key ran for the most part to commend him to the good work, A. D. 1599, con withdrawn the map of definite location
through Mr. Smith its engineer. Again in
,; through a comparatively poor coun- men of all parties as an upright in- tains a translation, not very accurate, 1880 the matter was brought before Mr. Carl

::try: and l the lands derived were not telligent and capable man: who will of Basanier's work, and gives the Schurz, the Secretary of the Interior, who,
28 then
,. ; on June 1881, having the recent
''J{xs"alualJ e. A large portion were sold faithfully perform the duties of his same inscription translated as fol- decision of the United States Supreme Courtin I eceyrROYALst J ygeSOLUTLYY

; (S' ;"f|in the shape of land warrants of office. With a population like ours lows : I do not this as unto Spaniards decided the case that of the Schulenburg proper adjustment vs. Harriman of the, aiIi

t ;i<40 acres each at $50, or $1.25 per personal character deservedly goes along nor as unto mariners, but as unto grant upon the line designated should be
made, since which decision the
It : jacre::1 with an added bonus of 'free way in securing the suffragesof traitors, robbers and murders. has been pushing the building of company the road,

1 1It MPSr i.1i j passage: over the road to the holder. that large and intelligent class of The word marannes used in the and entirely as I completed said before about, now November expect to 1.have" it t ;,f

t |.The building of the Florida Railway citizens who are more interested in older manuscript made in Basan- When then do you claim that the sus-

4 1 :. J] gave an impetus to the settleS the welfare of the State than in the ier mariniei'j mariners, and so usedin pension made was reactive removed?"and the original u limitation !

_ Vi'i', .;)ment of Florida, and laid the foundation welfare of parties, and also desire to Hakluyt. Well, we claim that we had used five
: c: ;t years of the limitation when the war begun
: of its prosperity ; between place good, capable and efficient :Many years ago we appended the and the suspension intervened, and we

.. ; .j;11850 and 1860 its population nearly men in office. We hope the State following note to the inscription as claim that we have used the time since thedecison
of the Secretary of the Interior
:,' ;:; doubled. The road froiu "Waldo Convention will have no difficulty given in Ternaux Compan's, p. 358. January 28,1881, which is about three years,
1.: ; i and but for in selecting such standardbearer.The Much discussion has arisen in so that we may be said to have exhausted
.., ,t: ; .;.south had been graded, a about eight of the ten years limitation."

S. Si '!.the war would have been constructed County Convention of this reference to the meaning of the During this long period had these lands
remained idle.
i .:' :, ; !:and completed to Tampa. county unanimously declared its word marannes. In the "Ensayo Oh, no, and there we were, confrontedby

i : 1 For the reasons given by Mr.Wailes, preference for the Hon. W. N. Cronologico, p. 77, it is said that able considerable loss. You must trouble understand and some that consider-when

.. 511" the construction- of the road was delayed -' Thompson, of this city, for Congress.Mr. the French fleet' on the 10th September this grant had been made by Congress, and

ti r = fY but was never abandoned. Itt Thompson is well and favorably 1564, went in pursuit of the construction we had made and our filed survey our, commenced map of definite the

: ::1 : ,would be unjust to deprive the road known in East Florida, and achieved Spaniards, having drank two pipesof location, these lands were withdrawn from Absolutely Pure.
the local land office by the Secretary of the
r. i of the lands donated for its construction an excellent reputation as Senator wine, saying-: Brindo a la Interior, but notwithstanding the order of POWDER never varies. A marvel:

; 4 because of such delay, for from this district in the Legislatureof cobeca de Pedro Menandez y a los withdrawal, the lands in some instanceswere TIllS purity,strength and wholesomeness.!
entered through the land office at More economical than the ordinary kinds.
'" : ':}f# f --S which neither the railroad nor the 1878-80. He is in the prime of Marannos Espanoles que con el cstan." Gainesville, so we were compelled to obtaina and cannot be sold in competition with the
} 9" ra decision from the Department relative to multitude of low test,short weight alum or
State life and courteous and would The ofmarannos
responsible. genial ordinary meaning
) .. were the' validity of the action of the Gainesvilleland phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
J 1,, It seems to us that there should be bring to the office an intelligent appreciation is dirty," but its obsolete signifi- office. On this subject the Secretary of ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
: the Interior in writing a decision to 33 lOG Wall Street. New York.
.'. ,, no opposition to the confirmation of of its duties and great in- cation is given as "curse or ex- the Commissioner of the general land govern office

i : p; .ih<'.. e lands to the railroad company dustry and tact in their performance. communicated. The inscription may Washington' under date of January 30th FOR RENT-
S -S last, said :- That the order of withdrawalwas
I r:1: : >rovi e it earns them by building the His choice would be highly acceptable thus read: "I do this not as to never vacated, but your letter states that : STORE
:. :: road It must be remembered that to the of this the reservation'made" thereby was overlooked I LARGE
t tIY people county. Spaniards, nor as to excommunicates or ignored, and many entries admit-I extensive yard-room and gardens:

; ti .: I. the Florida Railway has not received -------.-- or outcasts (persons debarredof ted. I need not cite authority to show that attached, on .Alachua: street ; suitable for a
such an executive'withdrawal of land within large family or boarding-house. Possesioncan : :
., :: any other grant of lands or shared SENATOR CALL has introduced protection) but as to thieves," etc. the probable limits of the grant was entirely be given about August 1st.
.4 5- S :.. in the lavish appropriations made to amendments to the River and Harbor The inscription as given in Fair- valid and had the effect to reserve
from entry and sale all public lands within DWELLING ON E3CAMBIA STREET
$: .: other roads during the last five Bill, calling for about $600,000 bank's "History of St. ,Augustine"p. the limits of the withdrawal, arid I hardly facing the bay; has eight room, large hall*,

It has bonded the be added for need say that a valid withdrawal once made piazzas, excellent well, etc.
i years. not towns to the benefit of Flo: 106, and "Fairbank's History of by this department cannot be gotten rid of

IS 144 or counties through which it passes, rida. Of course no such wholesale Florida," p. 150, is according this by overlooking or ignoring it, or by admit STORE AND DWELLING formerly occu-

g't i ; but has so far been built without additions will be made and nothingwill view of the meaning of the word ting it..entries The Secretary in the local further offices said in that violationof with- pied by Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street.

cost to the towns counties. It of it. If the Senator had out the relinquishment by the company
'kt or come maranne, to wit: .r. utcast. "I do settlers' titles could not be perfected.This For terms, etc., apply to .
t lr ]las had a very poor showing in the made an effort simply to restore the this not as to Spaniards, nor as to was final, but many actual settlers G. STARK.Warranty

{ .land distribution and is amount in for Cumberland to were on the land and our company, to avoid Fernandina, May 2,1884. _
r building a originally put outcasts, but as traitors, thieves 'all differences, waived all their rights in

.: .first-class road, with rails sixty sound to $100,000, as ,embraced and murderers." cases of actual settlers'mo have entitled and Mortgage Deeds.

j' 4 > .pounds to the yard, and will in the in the original bill, it wouldbe themselves'* Were. you to a ever patent.indemnified in any way LINES PAPER sent-upon 60 CTS.receipt PER of DOZEN.2-cent
SINCE the of the New York Democratic
t course of the present? year reach more likely to succeed, than a meeting for the lands lost by the entries so made?'" stamp. Address!:
I" i Convention Cleveland's nomination '* No. but ,
.. we'expect to be ; under act of FLORIDA MIRROR.
I f'rml pa. t large sum. is a foregone conclusion. t Congress June 22, 1874, the company were .I 26 Fernandina, Fla.rj .


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FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and InsertingsFULL -A
STN'I :KOLAS LINE of the newest patterns.

LEAVES'FEns XDIXA EVERY MON- SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.

Returning, FridaJ SAVANNAH mornings. foot of Our Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived,'and for style

Lincoln eve y Sunday and Thursday! (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' .
) strtet. o' lock, standard time.
Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.

Fcr Begulai and Special Excursion TicketsI Hamburg Edging's, Gloves and Mitts. -We are Special Agents for BROWNING,'KING & CO., of New

-tTo- ALSO A COMPLETE'STOCK OFGents' York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
It l'lor Cuba, Mexico
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our prices before sending off or purchasing -

apply to LlfcVE. & ALDEN, corner of Bull Goods elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer.
and)JJryan streets,Savannah. Furnishing ,
Irunswicl| passengers! either,way will be : -
transferred: ac St.Simon's by Steamer Ruby. Jdfe r.y"JJ: : :),

Freight will l be not at risk signed of consignee.F. for 24 hours. after arrival .- CI.C: : :aJ:1IE3Jr-w: : : : Northeast corner.Centre and,Third' Sts'r '

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All of the Latest Styles. CITY O3 SAN ANTONIO 1,080 TONS

1 Hcj' Skirts ani. Ladies' Underwear. I

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every of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEKXANDINA FOR NEW YORK
f SUMMER;: GAMES.. J JH4Hf ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- sonville, Cedar Key,and Peninsular Railroad. ,
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I chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low This Line, having 110 Transfers between Ferimiitliim anti New
Croquet Sts. Base-Ball Bats, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
fd. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
!, =,ALSOi for JACKSONVILLE and thence hv Steamers to all points on the ST.
krge Grass i IIamm,cks and Express Wagons. have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the

J Ii NG'S BAZAR, Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POI TS.

t i For freight, passage rates,and schedules, or further information,apply to
Cor._ CcntiA and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
a and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

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cd, will be opened on the 1st of
ituatfid ort the Cumberland plateau, in the
l''>mam of they of the South and MODE BROTHERS 1
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within\ oJ: r *
1'U.Jlliltsoft ti Southern Chautauqua 1 +-
sTouiuls! at 11 font La';le. it offers unusual at-
tractions The f.,.r Sunimor Visitors. -IN- I{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }
pas-venper': : trains on the Nashville & }
fl attanoC* Railroad connect AT CO\V ANlth.JlC 1* .
\\ .! i Tiacy; CityrRailroad to Sewanee. DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS I
The charges will ,
be-per day, $2.00:
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; ;pet month, $10.00; for the
!( on,(three months), per month,$35.00.
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S j I '. United States Officers.g County Judge-11. D. Davis,. Sanderson. Cullecor of Rel.t:1tlte'r. Trantham, County Judae-M. J. Solomons.Clerk I;: County Judge-A, H. Brow Hell.
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. -\\ W. Jeter. Clerk-T. H. Pitman.
i!j LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Storiff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F; Hosford. 1 Sherif Tbntnas \. Ellis
: Assessor of Taxes A. J. W. Cobb San- Fort McCoy. I
, .. Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. 'TreJsllrer-J. E. Roberts. I Treasurer-Daniel D. Gilli
J. ,: Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Rn'emce-Tllos.- P. Shnler..Assessor Collector of l:eeenur-William Tnl'br
i y Surveyor-Genera-llalachi Martin, Talla- Collector of Rercntt.C-J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. S.Baron, Key West.. of 7 l.ces111.. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton.
3' derson. Clerk-Peter T. West. Schools Dr.T.II.Jackson.
+ ': hassee. Knight Key Superintendent of : Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell
: DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. I' WASHINGTON. Cur 1'\. .
: Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.. .
.'; Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. I County jud'/e-Wm. B. Jones;

,v' ,> I 'litrslwl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. II. Richard Providence. Collector of Ret'ClUte-Mason 'S. Moreno, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. 1 Clerk-J. E. Skipper.

? __ ':';" Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry P. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Sheriff W. II. Hutchinson. Sheriff-E. P. Melvin.
.l TrcflS'llrer-J. S. Leonard.
.; i, INTERNAL REVENUE.: ..slt1'iff'V.. Tumblin Starke. Superintendent of<ools--J. V. Harris,Key Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
1 Collector of Rcr'cnue-Iallul'l Palm s. 1 Collector n f Rt't'C1we-John
'i'E CVlector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Roche.
r Butler. NASSAU COUXTY.Oounty'JullgeHinton : Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. .. Assessor of Taxes-George; W. Cook

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, J. Baker, Fernan- Superintendent of Schools-N. M. ScarrStt. Superintendent of Schools-1). H. n;,,,,,

: John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe. fSuperintcndent dina. WALTON CALHOUN.

fa Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel: McLeod, Sr. !! County Judge-William Clark.
Join F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Tar.es-'Ym. H. Garland, Fer Sltt' --J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.

_______ State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James S.; Bower!' ; T'easllre-l'-J. l\ RichanKCollector
r J---- .. Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott. Fer Collector of.Rl I'C'nue-\r. D. McLeod. of! Jteeewte-Joel I*. Atkins
r. 'EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk A.. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.
? 't H. Laws Point. Superintendent Schools L. W. Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. i I Supcrinttndent.of SdWfJlot-\r.
i ao'crnor-W'm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff-John City of Higginbotbam. I (;. Cox we1!
i /Ltcnant-Guve1"nor-Livinb"StoIl W..Bethel Assessor of Taxes-Wallace. R. Moses, Geor- Callahan.
i County Trcasuree Gustav Stark Fernan -
gianna. ,
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Collector of Rctenue-D. W. McQuaig. Bre- dina. THE CELEBRATED;
Sccetary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- ..

y. laha Cof'iptroIler-ee. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of 'Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Begs:: Orlando. WOOTOM D

f : 7huurcr-IIenry: A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. 1 Clerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando. SKS.

,, : : .4.t 4rrwl -General-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff=Thoma ,I'\". Shine Orlando.

: hassee.Commissioner. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor' of Taxes' -James M. Owens- Fort __ SOLID COMFORT OFFICEKVERYI50WY
'; : !: : of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector. APPLLt\f'y.
? i.i. Tall hhassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Revemre-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. '

;. I r': Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James' W. DeWitt, Green. Cove Sanford. /

: ;; Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools John T. Leeks, ,
; :; Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. I 1 1Gad DELIGHTED;

I Collector of Ret'enue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.:
; .1 Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Pl'obale- WITH THEM.Xo. .
Judge of R. Harrison Palatka.
: Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- ,
i )IiddlelJUr .
: Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
: ; Clfrk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Sheriff Thomas Shally.
W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Assessor ..\.. J. Woods.
A Columbus Drew Astor County Judge- City. : '
: : Special Agent-
Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake City. Collector of Rt"rcnue-Joseph Price. S Flat Top. -
; BuiltVmg, Jacksonville. Why use: Desks of online

; ;" f, SUPREME COURT. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. '=""'--=::::;;. ;;;:;: ..;;;; : -=--'=- construction when, for sli,.lit
Assessor Taxes-A. D. Brown Lake Strickland. -

,(' ; 1 Chief Justice.-E. M.: Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of of Taxes-J. L. Parish,, Lake City.City.i TAYLOR COUNTY. f i: .,\y--:,,!"" 57I'\$'( ? '. ,"'!'; : ;:c;: !:f j\!, additional, cost you can I IJV,: (.

: !J sfociate.1t Jlt.stice-J. Wcstcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent ofSch ools-Jul i usPotsllamer, Count!if'Judge' -"". II. Parker, Perry. \ :-...t... (' :;'-WL--<;" ::i";- -- .'l'':'':'' L"- ..... 1 ,.::1i.:_,j.(_. --. the benefit of our improvements
sec Lake City. Sheriff Green Weaver, Perry. "',.... -6",h".y. --... .......,._. ..:... ..Srtaa..._ .:,, ;::"'-" ? Awkward closets and
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I Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh .Jo""i'i' :> : : !" 'tI..p\ : -
: DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. t.i \ 4.. ..; .,... !": "" ..
""""'N..; ; :r. :!:&,;>; ; :.:7.; .; ;.., _! side drawers done away with
t ; Jacksonville.: County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner -. ';: !" '' ;l .;(JhJ: +ft"If' (I, (r..; r '.""'i -
i. II. Foster Tallahassee. :. t..Ni it ,:..: 1: ;,::: : "csnbstltute
; ; : ql.l.-C. sonville. Perry. !:rL rLl i[J ....!:tl"t.: !'>); 1'",...ri' "JI)4, ',n"r 'rlh-t. Li' -. --. revolving cases.wliich ,
.:; ; j ... .. : II: r;:' I
: : f CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County T'casuI'er-D. S. Sutton, Perry. 1 : .lE : ,'l :swing with a slight
ll$ .II' :! 'i"I"" I' 'F"I'; :or: ".
p. .:' j t.1 Fifst Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden Jacksonville. County Slln'cYQr-D. N. Cox, Perry. \o,, 116'l-l-: -f'' j,'':' ,. :.":! :: : 'I't;;!';'fr.; III"1! ;.,1'I1''ri.-. .j.:: touch of the hand], and are
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s i ".'" ,1;{ : sacola.Senuitd. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.Assessor "Jitij ?,, t 6J ; ,,: : \;;I'r'i fir'6" thus enabled
; ; .,....:....:.-' ,f\e.; [ / ;;J t to furnish double
J ; t Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- sonville. of Taxes-R. L. Henderson. -=_- 1111 : -M.t: g "'''F.InJ .:--
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Collector of Rct'cnuc-Ioses J. Brown, .. space generally given on
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i. TJrird Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. 1 -sT---.... .. 111.-.., __ :;:: n-:- =_==- each side; and when cases art-
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i \ Fourth. Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Russell tine.County Judge- R. Cooper, St. Augus- --:____ :-'='- : open, the whole interior is
,:. \ villb; Jacksonville. _-:-; -= ,,'" flooded with
i Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. light; and all
: Circuit Thomas P. King Gaines-
I }; i itFifth ville. HAMILTON COUNTY. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine :Xo. 14 !Low Down Roll Top. portions readily: readied with

1 Sixth Circuit II.: L. Mitchell, Tampa. County Clerk-J.Judge M. Caldwell-Henry, J.Jasper.Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Roge.ro, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered, for selection) and applied l ro

H ',;.. ; Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Augustine.Collector:: of Rel.'cnuc-Joseph .Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

I. Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

.' Court Calendar. Collector of Rtt'cnue-'Y. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, TaE WOO TOIT
.' i Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. 4
: FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
; : Fall Term- Jasper. s MTEI' COUNTY. CaMiiet Office Secretary.
'' S Santa Rosa 2d Monday in October. J. R. Steele
: ; JlER ANDO COUNTY. County Judge- Leesburg,
? ;i S Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivcy, Leesburg.
W. L. Frierson Brooks- ,
: Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday ville.County Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

I i 1 in October. Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. tr _. ,,; R L The most spacious and elegant 1 desk! l ever presented

,,' i. ,I' Washington October. 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville.Collector of Rcr'cnuc-Jo eph Hutchinson, to the business public. One hundred and

41-s t ; Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ville.Assessor of laxcs-R. J. Bradley, Brooks. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ten compartments as shown in cut, all under

4i : t October. ston, Sumterville. one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -
Ret.'enue-F. Hedich Drooks-
a Escambia, 1st Monday in December. ville.Collector of SUWANEE COUNTY. +; tip-, ; Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials -
This act amended section 2 of act of February -
'::t : i i iI 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Superintendent Dade. of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, Oak.County Judge" J" M.i M. Blackburn, Live -'----. err. and Professional Men generally.Wootou .

: Spring Term.
Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
-? ..'i Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
; Term-
Spring L. Crane
County Judge-H. Tampa.
Assessor Taxes-G.W. Umsted Cabinet Office ADDRESS :
Welborn. Secretary.
j .. Taylor, 1st. Tuesday. after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Collector of of Ret'enue'Vilson H., Sessions
: April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. ,
i Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher,Tam pa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
Schools J. 0. C. ,
Superintendent Jones
p t Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, of -
Live Oak.
i Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. INDIANAPOLIS: IND., U. S. A.
r :, i in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson
+ 'i : Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County ,Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter-
; ; in April. JEFFERSON. prise. I

I :'I. ,; Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th :Monday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-John "". Dickins, Enterprise. 1 SEWING MACHINES.

r ; in April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.

1 ; Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen

1 ._ Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. :: '... < .
'. October. Monticello. Collector of Rct.'enue-P. N. Bryan, Glen ;:: w'1 < : i I

i I Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Cove.
1 1 : Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston,

4. ; ;i Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday Collector of Ret'Cl11le-J. H. Tucker, :Mon- Enterprise. ., 1
r s/ .' : in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

L'. : Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th )Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. I
October. kcenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood Crawfordville. I
V Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA II NE1'I1ONi
,'' in October. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts
a, FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordvillc. ,
Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. I
County Treasurer- W. Walker Craw-
Clerk Neal A. New
St. John's. 2d Tuesday in March. McAlpin, Troy. fordville. .
++ 4th in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New
:; Clay, Tuesday Collector} Ret'enuc-It. McMillan,Craw-
Ii" Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. I Fernandina,
I 1 rw... ; + ; 'ii Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes II. H. Walker, Craw-
i j : ;; ; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line, I
I Duval 1st in Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
1 ,H Tuesday May. Old S..NT.ROSA.. I
' 4 'Fall Term- and Cedar Key.
x Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend County Judge-John Chain.
,rt,,., ; : i St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-R. R.
r New Troy.
,u Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. ,
Treasurer-Robert Robinson.
.r., Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
7 '-, :, Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. of RevenueV. J. Williams.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

; .,.,.;: Duval, 1st Tuesday in November Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.

,lr' r: ., t. FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable i

f i 3 a h Spring TermSumter Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
; 'i.i Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

''' :. i Marion, 4th Monday March. Collector of llet'C7lue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bowen.

!1 Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer} F. Beville. City or Suburban Residences, 1'1te
u 'I. I' March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Rel't'1tue-J. D. Filles. i111 r'

k i f' Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. II.Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS. sx 5 I cto1h

i .;} f March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. McCrary. ,

R it i 1 Alachua,,4th )Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. BADE. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to St l:
,t :March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. w. St1'!\ I IIIkL1)
lj Assessor Taxes-Louis County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. e
of Bronson.
Fall Term- Appell,
u parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
!' : .j 't Sumter 1st Monday in October. Collector of Ret'cnuc-TI. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. ) .,soffECT (
:Marion 3d in October. Key. Sheriff Wm. M. Mattaur.
:; I Monday rial enterprises, who will erect on the --
: '. Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of SchocJ-s-J. B. Menden- Treasurer. Wm. Ewan. prop-

;! Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Ret'Clme-'Y'm. H. Ben est. erty purchased substantial
Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest.
Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY.

; ';:, j November. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON for residence\ or in which to conduct their

I son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
t Sheriff -S. A. Parrimore Madison. Clerk-Frank business.
i a ,1' 4th Monday in Philips. : \
Orange, January.
I i 1 Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. i FJIGULAf.1P
Volusia, 3d Monday in February,
Superintendent of SciOols-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Heam. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS PI'
1 M Brevard,1st Monday in March. r' NEVER
+S : i Dade 3d in Madison. Collector of Rerenlce-John B. Anderson. EV Eoj
Monday April.
k; Fall Term-, County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from OUTor ORDER.

t 1a4 2d in Collector of Rne71ueB. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Erwin. eJ1As NO E UAl'SE
Orange, Monday August.
Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and
1 1c Volusia, 2d Monday in September. ,
a. Assessor Taxes W. P. Mad FRANKLIN. CHlnrG
of -
Thompson, NtWH
c > 1 Brevard. 4th Monday in September. ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to JiHGM
> : Dade 2d Monday in November.t .
.1 1 MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS, ,

County Judge-Z. T. Crawford Manatee. Sheriff-S. A..,Floyd. Fernandina. 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.
1; County OfHccrs.ALACHUA. Trea.mrer-R. H. Porter. -Office Beach & St\ .ANT
I' I x u a Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. cor. 7th sts. c\CAQo o rttANp P
I Sheriff A.. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of llevenne-George A. Patton. ILL. MAS S. GA.

t'1' Jitd Junius C. Assessor of Taxes-W. F. Parrish Bradentowli. Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. .. .. .. rOR-SALEBY
County Gardner. Gaines- .. -"" ----...'7', ."', ; .. .... -" I
Ville1 Superintendent of Sehools-HenryC. Hicks. -"- ,:\ : ....p" ShT.:>p-C'i J." """X'".."'- 'f.' ):. :::' I!

!, .:.. ;! ] Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. .!.; -' ;'>.:"-',*;!:".:',.< :. :/;''':'f-?1!>: I

Sheriff S. C. Tucker Arredondo. Popash. .. YORK.Persons
} Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. ", 'i "';;" "'>!/'';' 'fJ,' :J ., I .
-J 1 ,
1 ,,, : 1] Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. : : :- .i': .'1 ?

x 1'viUe. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas: Mitchell. : I visiting New York for health, bt1Sine s
; \ Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. Treasurer \ I I'of' or plea ure will find first-class accommodations! aiJITLLEirS
I -A. M. Smith. ..,: I, central near
S : ::
HOTEL. Location
ville. 'i- ,""'*'.
County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall Ocala. Collector r ti". ""' w
Ret'enue-R.)1. :
Morgan. t'J excellent
,y;+, Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. asscasorof Taxes-Hamilton McPhanl. .. .-:, t : Ivj :( -f .! j' table elevated, moderate and horse prices ears.Turkish Nice rooms, Electric, ana

ti +Ti I {, ;! Gainesville. Sheri f-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. ,- .:: ; Roman baths. Address DR. E. P. MILLiK,-J
4 P : 'H. and 41 West Twenty-Sixth St.,:Sew York.
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) you rbo,above the sphere of the | IS HEREBY GIVEN 'fHAT ..
JLi the following real estate will -
labor for men and women there described .
1 humblest' t be sold at public auction on the 7th day of EST.A.DLISI.IED 1873.
are two'things!, to Ix; kept in view, one's vocation July, 1884, in front of the Court House at
and one's Evocation, the main work Fernandina, in the county of Nassau, or so YORK, 1SS4.ABOUT .::, .;:.' :, '. : >': ', .. < -
tlje'aiide taro lift1. The professional much thereof as! will be necessary to pay the .1 DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY
,111 j .; amounts due for taxes herein set opposite to "<>. '; : '
flflri"8 and has his
or b ifeUte! man early, the same together with costs of sale and advertising '", :

Igie deteloped1':by the severe competi- : sixty: million copies of THE Sc.v 1 <.c'-''','',.''. ,

tion' l contests or practical: af- gone out of our establishment -'." & CO.
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cr' during the past twelve months.If .
fair.. bit if Jic, ndd-'nothing to these in theway I oWSEn. LOT I g AMO,T. you were"to paste end to end all the : .
Of'avucationy'if I he does not provide I ?; columns of all THE Scxs printed and sold .. r. ,

dllmst'thc' time when the I main calling in .I last year you would get a' continuous : '':. ;. ?f l' =/ PHARMACISTS 1=
:.! the "wider of mature Bradley, Xe\ ton............ 7........... 77 $ 4. OlBrownson strip of interesting information, common ,;:,<.;;.- ; -:: ;:-' '- .'

life dcrandi! : grasp .... ............ wisdom1 sound doctrine and .
9_......... 10 18 D7 sense sane f; ""-t' '
.year, time; wider education :and s sympathies Brownson, :Mrs S..1_......... 31 3 01to wit long enough to reach from Printing -. :n<, k-.. .
that broaden the Plan to his growing field, to ........... 2............31 2 48 House square to the top Mount Copernicus Centre Strect.FERXAXDIXAFLORIDA.
a time when', lie I begins to grow ." ........... 3_......... 31 2 48 in the moon, then back to Printing ','- 3vr: ;;-
there wines; 5' 5 ........... 4.......... 31 64.-) House square, and then three-quarters of ; '" :

narrow. when theavocation fails to reinforce .. ........... 5...........1 31 511 .. the way back to the moon again. ; ';'''; : '' .''. ". ,,
the main purpose of life with fresh ........... 10.........31 3 47 But The Sun is written for the inhabitantsof -
when! one becomes less at 50 than he ., &: ........... 11.........!31 2 48 the earth ; this same strip of intelligencewould 4 KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort

vi-n.r, V and far .Miss than I J he was at 30. .. .. ........... 12 ........ 31 2 48 girdle the globe twenty-seven ortwentyeight of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
was at; .......... ........ 31 2 48 times and DOMESTIC
The same experience overtakes women, .. .. ...........113.. ......... 31 3 01 If every buyer of a copy of The Sun dur-

whether married or: single, and has a vast to .i ...........'15 ........ 31''p48 ing the past year has spent only one hour WH LB ALB AND AThIL1 and Chemicals

with happiness: of homes and .. a ...........\1G......... 31 2 48 over it, and if his wife or his grandfather Drugs "
deal to ,10\ Capo, Miss Gert. (CO. '1') ...3............ 2 85 has spent another hour, this newspaper in 02o i.I
ofthe The mother .. .. .
the usefulness sex. ...I'*,........... ._) 8.5 1883 has afforded the human race thirteen : Iea Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
whom! career in lifef is ended when !the time "' 'S "C''j(;............ 2 191Denefield thousand years of steady reading day and ,

trailing ofVhildren of children is Sail......:...... ......... .140! 11 75 night.It Proprietary and Fancy Goods
f ,
i is onlbV' little calculations like these
Dorsey. G. (For Island .
fl lfilletl her duty to the
over, moy have! City Lodge)................. ?............ 25 7 29 that yon can form any idea of the circula- )M _
voting life that bay grown up at her side, F. T. cC P. H. H. 2GGt3( ft. tion of the most popular of American newspapers I A I S FINE TOILET ARTICLES,

inn she is for from reaching her proper destiny main tracks road-bed.. 40 40 or of its influence on the opinions I i ""=
the F. T. d 1'. R. R. 7.2'J.3 ft. 'I and action of American men and women. I PERFUMERY
member c-f society or as com- SOAPS, ETC.,
a* a 11 i A. B. NOTES
sidetrack and road.bctl 36 91 The Sun is. and will continue to be, a I !
: if she lets the hold
j.leineiit; of a home go Hughes, Frank.............. 14......... 33 3 88 newspaper which tells the truth without f
which every intelligent woman may have Robinson, It E............... X 4 6..52 7 49 fear of consequences, which gets at the = VARIETY.
tlio vital interests of life. There is Houx, G. S. (1870).12..I( ) 4 29 facts no matter how much the process costs, =
upon to .. ......... 91 which the of all the world e+
but moth- ((1882)). 12......... 3 DS presents news
nothing nobler than)motherhood, .......... without waste of words and in the most -
((1881)) 12......... 10 D3 I .1- ,' Prescriptions
Family Supplies
erhood without the enlarged sympathies of .. ((1581)).......... 2.3......... 91 2150 readable shape which is working with all 2 o

womanhood is like fruit plucked before it is .. 5' ((18131))..........15......... 6 2150 its heart for the cause of honest government carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

and deprived ot the maturity that constitutes .. .. ((18$3)).......... 1''......... 9 7 D3 and which therefore believes that the H HEAVY GROCERIES, IE reasonable prices.THE .
ripe| 1. .. .......... 2.3..........1G 13 28 Republican party must go. and go in the '
its beauty :tJ d glory. Hundreds of .. ......... 13 72 coming year of our Lord, 1884. f!'P

women epin to giw' narrow, as if their Scott, )1. C............ .........18..C\. 'I 4 54 If you know The Sun you like already, .

function vcre fulfilled when they reach their Williamson: J........... ...........! U 50 and you will read it with accustomed diligence Hay and Grain, i r.n

} with all the attractions of Wright Stephen ............ DOl......... 27 7 1G and profit during what is sure to be o I
40tli yea, even Unknown........ .............13.......... 1 2 30 the most interesting:: year in its history. If i O
hmne anil;l the support of manly sympathy; .................... 25........., 1 5 19 you do not :yet know The Sun it is high / SHIP STORESi i I

aijd: hundredvhoM;;;life is single and whose "' ...................... 7........... '_) ...) ...'-. time you get in the sunshine. HS I Q S

ail) aspirations begin at that age to ,. ......................8...........17; I 755
hopes ......... ........... SG..14 ,4: 5-1 I. Furniture, ., f IaDAl1S' ,
s-elY find themselves .. .
(intresevi'relyin seemingly :...........,........... r. .1- I'J, 30 : 1-
ho I!elessly" stranded for the rest of .....................j"\\17 17S TERMS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. 5 Stoves

their lives. : ............ ........ 1 1 58 The several editions of The Sun are sent I
tIt suffer with- : .....................I.)...........'''Io', 2 30 mail follows odPaints. MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
is here t that severely i.J1 by postpaid, as : '
worsen .....................' ......... 1 58 DAILy-50 cents month $G with discovered, as it is certain in its
out knowing: : what i if:the matter. They had to '..................... 15.........\1DI! 1 58 Sunday edition $7.SUNDAYEigflt a. a year; t o Crockery !Irn Ui effects and does not blister. READ PROOF

the ;jriri'sj! or the muiden's vocation ; they .1. .................... ii;.........1 1101 i.Jj 153 pages. This edition furnishes \A BELOW.

entered iiito society Vith more or less activ- ..................... ........... 1 58 the current news of the world spe- Hardware, I 2 -
u ..................... ) 3 35; cial articles of interest to 00. I
\il.the. ; )' had the usual' accomplishments; .. .....................I"I"j)+ :} DS and literary exceptional reviews of new books everybody ; of- 1- Saved Him $1,800.00.

they/ had the attentions, of the other sex. ..................... \ 2 57 the highest merit. $1 a 1"illow.1Vare.\\
nut, whether it be tll t-ir good or bad fortune, .. .....................I'N 8..4. 1. 2 ;57 WEEKLY-$1 a year. Eight year. pages of the s'' I Mdr ADAMS N. Y., January CO, 1882.
.. ........ ............I'1. ()' issues Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
which best matter of the daily
\ in world from Agricul-
they arc alone at 4Q .. ; an : GENTS
-Having used a good deal of
(Old'1'o\\'nl1.) ........ 8: 1 fry tural of value o + your
their early\ friends: ait.' passing: away, and are (OII'I"0n).....!;)........... III 152 cial market Department and unequaled literary scientificand spe- M i Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
I reports, : -
destined, if great ecru is not taken, to be (Old )..... ........... 1: 2 83 domestic intelligence; make The Weekly O .I ,.... thought I would let you know what it has
to Old Town12......... 14152' done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
more :11111'nore, along,' as time goes on. The ( ) ; \ Sun the newspaper for the farmer's house H \ePricea colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.

future of,uch a woman has its hours of sad C. J. ESTBERG.Cih' hold. To clubs of ten with $10, an extra When I was breaking him he kicked over

and severe lonclincJx Her life has its lim- Tax Collector. copy free. Address. o the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
I interests Fernandina, Fla., June 10", 1884. I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, Low the Lowest hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
itations. :If her arc few, if she The Sun, New York City. s i s :; farriers but they all said he was spoiled.He .

have a slender] competence, if her early SHERIFF'S S..LE.By had a very large thorough-pin, and I
home be broken upif| acidity of temper and AX ORDINANCETo used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
Pl'ot'idefor Further Protection Against Fire. Cure and it took the bunch entirely off: and
peculiaritits of chawcter begin to
l out of the Circuit Court, :Fourth ,', I
IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR he sold afterwards for$1800 ({dollars). I have
UifiuMjlvcs, her on>ironmcnt grows more Judicial Circuit, in and for the county of BE I
Council of the City of Fernandina : used: it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit
!narrow, uiftil, she fulds her -elf chagrined at Jones Nassau, administratrix, Florida in favor of the of estate Sylvania:; of John W. SECTION:; 1. That from and after the passage I has always cured completely left the
tlifcontra-t between*her 50th and 30th ; leg smooth.It .
of this ordinance
year. 1). Jones deceased and William K. every person owninga .
against .- f. ,',
is medicine for rheumatism.
a splendid
Hundreds,! if not ,thousands, of women Soutter, executor of the estate of James frame building of description located '
within the limits of the City of I have recommended it to a good many, and
deceased I will offer for sale and corporate __ j'; : .
T. Soutter
passing through this experi- i
us arc :
.nuong; it does
all the
Fernandina, shall be and is hereby requiredto they say work. I was in With-
sell in front of the Court-House of said .. < p :..
ence-tlisappointed'often embittered, painful provide good and substantial ladders suffi- : ; erington Kneeland's drug store in Adams,
in the of Fernandina. Florida '
county, city .
'::- :' I the other day, and saw a fine picture
thut'they stand at side cient for approaching of the roof very
conscious: ; one on the first Monday in July, 1884, all the every part
them. I tried it but could
". sent to hny ,
and that 1'ieir! position to the end will be rights, title and interest of the heirs, legatees of said building.SEC. you
2. Said ladders may, at the option of not; they said if I would write to you that
of said James T. Soutter
but little J'hey or representatives '
changed. I had a vocation in would send
me one. I wish would,
deceased in and the lands and the owner, be permanently attached to the you you
following '
maiden hood 1 but in missed :0' and I will do you all the good I can.
yomanhood: they tenements real estate, situated and being in building, or they may be movable ; providedthat .
the.1 vocation which,would have saved theirthoughts the county of Nassau, State of Florida, and roof ladders shall at all times be upon 'r'". Very respectfully E. S. LYMAX.Kendall's .
the roof ready for .
Ijroadencdj,their sympathies, and designated upon the maps or public surveysas use.
shall be the of the I
SEC. 3. It duty City
rll/l.t/ fortthose)/!, cvcrgies which, whether Section ((15)) fifteen, Township ((1)) one, such
North, Range 23. East. Purchaser to pay for Inspector of Chimneys and Flues, or Spavin Cure.
in single or married life, give women mostItappiucss title. JOHN A. ELLERMANX, other person as the Council may appoint, to

:, when, them:are actively employed Sheriff Nassau County. make a tour of inspection 'throughout' the I OX HUMAN FLESH.

'\ \ more than need the Fernandina, Fla.. :May 31, 1884. city at I least once in every three months, for
'o1l1el1cfhnps men the purpose of seeing thatf the foregoing All. NOYES V EYAY, JXD., August 12, 1881.
unconscious\ enlargement of their spherethat requirements are complied with and he (Successor to W. A. SAXBOHX), Dr. B. J. Kendall t(- Co.: .

comes from an Avocation, because they SHERIFF'S SALE. shall promptly report to the Mayor all cases Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
withdrawn VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- of violation this ordinance. day. Please send me some with my imprint,

ire froniithe engrossing interests BY out of the Circuit Court, Fourth SEC. 4. It shall be the duty of the Mayor GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, printed on one side only. The "Kendall'sSpavin
"'"flif! and at. or ncj- the age when. men are Judicial Circuit, in and for the county of to take cognizance of all cases of violationof Cure is in excellent demand with us,

apt to thidk that t hey can begin to take Nassau, Florida, in favor of Noah S. Green, this ordinance, and any property-owner, CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS HAY, GEAIX, and not only for animals but for human

their ease, ;!'and whefn fresh excursions into executor of the estate of Avanah Green, deceased or the agent of the owner, reported for non- Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
and against William K. Soutter, administrator compliance herewith shall first be admon- Steamboat Landing, leading farmers in our county, sprained an
the world of thongh|. and life mean most for ankle and the value of the
of the estate of James T. Soutter, ished in writing by the :Mayor to comply badly, knowing
their personal development, are more inclined deceased, I will offer for sale and sell in, with the first and second sections of this FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. remedy for horses, tried it on himself, and it
front of the Court House of said in' ordinance Owner and for Schooner Silas C. did far better than he had expected; cured
than inen to fake the easy course and county, within ten ((10)) days of the date Agent
dry into' the city of Fernandina, Florida, on the first of the Inspector's report of delinquency, Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in the sprain in very short order.
'mere fragments of their former
up :
Yours C. O. THIEBAND.Price .
:Monday in July, 1881all the rights title and any person failing to comply herewith large quantities. respectfully,
ches. It is! the avocation that saves wo- and interest of the heirs legatees or representatives after such admonition, shall be arraigned, Agent for Hazard :Manufacturing Compa- $1 per bottle, or G bottles for $5. All

wwi as truly; .as it saves men. The mother of said James T. Soutter in and to and, upon conviction, shall be fined not ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the druggists have it or can get it for yon, or it

or the tingle woman' who at 40 has put herinterest the following lands and real estate, lying less than $2 nor more than $10, together best in the world. will be sent to any address on receipt of
and being in the county of Nassau State of with costs, which shall be the same as in Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL
ana sympathies and thoughts deep Florida and described & CO.. Falls Vt.
on the official mapsor ordinary cases of arrest. PLOWS Enosbnrgh ,
down into, time thins n. of our common life, surveys as the N W :i of N E i, S E i of SEC. 5. This ordinance to take effect thirty Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON Send for Illustrated Circular.

whit in charities or education or literatureor N E i and S W i of N W i of Section ((1)) days after its first publication.SEC. VILLE. 33 Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.

general JiApfuliJcss> has made herself one, Township ((1)) one N, n. 23E. Purchaserto G. All ordinances, or parts of ordi-
pay for nances, conflicting herewith are hereby re
Mecessaiy to til I existence and happiness of title.JOHN A. ELLERMANN. pealed. BOOKS AND STATIONERY:

Utll'rs, wto lias. : :: joinffd the company of those Sheriff Nassau County. Adopted May 21, 1884. '

who make too) blades' of grass grow where Fernandina, Fla., May 31, 1884. [SEAL.] G. F. AVERY HORACE DREW,

Ole! grew before no more grows old or dries President. MUNN & CO., of the SCIENTIFIC AMTOICAK, continue
Attest : EMIL 0. FRIEND, City Clerk. -
up than the: grand od} oaks in our pastures AND GOOD Stationer, to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats Trada
23 1884. _
Approved May Bookseller Marks. Copyrights for the United St:1.t'I.anada..
'im mw their jwcrease ,,:f years, but rather, as tiGiNis: BOILER W. II. POPE, Mayor. Printer and Binder. EngUndvFrance, Germany etc. Hand JJoo't! about.
timer Patents sent free. Thirtr-! >vpn years'exn ricnce
d(). takon ajgreater vitality as she Patents obtained throncrh 1IUNJJ & CO.are noticedIn
out more deeply into the imperis'itiling ___ School Books and Orange WrapsNOW : most widely circulated scientific paper. $&20 a year.
'Ihle } for which' the best people live. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT lOW PRICES! :: Weekly.formation.Splendid Specimen engravings copy of the and f ciPlitificArner-intf-pstinK

This l spirit a; Once:; !Sh\'es and devclopes the Comblmed Orange Box _d Shingle Machine A SPECIALITY. icnn sent free. Address MUNN ft CO.York.. SCIENTIFICAMERICAN ;
Office 2bl Broadway, New
individual Eagle GInA, Saw :Mills, Planers ReftawR, AcAsk FOR SALE CHEAP :
I lire.Uaround/ us, and never for Catalogue and Prices before buying.
'"orcthat in mir owti time, are women who
Without} HANDLE &DUGANKiACH'GO AND SLABS, Jj&J'Liberal discounts to Teachers and pATENTS: obtained for new inventions
neglrcjing what womanly have EDGINGS 10 or for. improvements in old -
"creased' the',jny; \ of{heir existence throughavocaticJnr : 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a cents per load. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
the : Write for and tnsuticn this ROUGH LUMBER, attendedto.
( Catalogue paper.) all patent business promptly
; as the years have application.
I rlllCl1Ctl'
J bard 'widet.ccl and deepened the FOR RENT_ From $5 to $10 per M ft., 59 W. BAY STREET, REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented
mental purple of life. It is the avocation according to quality. by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-

thlt'clo"-, mz H>*t-for Jingle women because DRESSED LUMBER, JACKSONVILLE. FLA- ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -

they are "losCiji t; danger from isolation from LARGE DWELLING AND STORE, $12 to $20 per M. feet. EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
extensive yard-room and gardens -FOR- ents in less time than those who are remote-

SfvS r? 8'f\1p*ath3Yfrom thinking!, too e x- attached on ,Alachus street; suitable for a Orders by Telephone promptly attended to. from Washington.
'uvnV; < !hetnse'! ','S. The times are in large family or boarding-house. Possessioncan =;1 1_ When Inventor send model or sketch,

The} iila.rjyLra"e("c of activity for women be given about August 1st. WILLIAM B.,C. ,DURYEE, !1 MACHINERY we make search in the Patent Office and

l for them edtm. ,Ii'lon topening new spheres advise as to its patentability free of charge,
m-.. fresh T1i r'lJew industries. are encouragBut' -' DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET Steam Saw and Planing Mill. -- --'!', I Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-

. dui\ Il.. .rlons.! while these are facing the bay; has eight rooms, large hans Office foot Centre Street. S ff able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT s
heart }t(4 keep l1lJnd and hand and piazzas, excellent well, etc. OF ALL KINDS, IS OBTAINED.We .
lire iccupit i; It JS ,what women put into refer by permission to the City Postmaster -

It dad as h theoutwar t.' tl e\)lre55ion of their minds STORE AND DWELLING formerly occu- Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. Go to F. Robinson and to the Superintendent of the-

i elitel lrts c and that doe;most to enlarge their pied by":Mrs. Fletcher. on Third street. LINEN PAPER-GO CTS. PER DOZEN. Post-Office Money Order Division: in Wash ,

;d :Lnd .,tr make? .the years after 40 rich sent upon receipt of 2-cent ington. For special references circularservice '
::9 a.. tlJ e on..uu, Lice. .lc ls rich Just" in proportionit For terms, etc., apply to stamp. ..AddressFLORIDA MANUFACTURER and DEALER; terms, etc., addressC.
'nntrol 'I P-CV15 1able.nnd spiritual things: G. STARK.Fernandina :MIRROR. A. SNOW & CO., 0
ri pet.x-d{lc5 1\'it-JJostOJt Herald. May 2, 1884. 26 Fernandina, Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. O.p.Patent Office. Washington.)'C. 2t
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: n ." :., ,, 'i' THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JUNE 21, 1884. : '

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: |r In the trotting race lust Saturday on : troduce an amendment to the ordinance CALLAHAX.:

t-- 1 ; 'j'L i : THE' FLORIDA MIRROR. Amelia Bench, Mr.: Rawson's horse *'Jum- making appropriations for the fiscal year. Following ,is a list of letters remaining THE

-I I bnwhich'CHl', ; the races at the Brunswick The Finance Committee returned to uncalled for at the Post Office, Callahan,
s* : ;it.F 1J)O A YEAR; 1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS fair,was barred. and the race was run be- Council with its approval. the bond of Mr. June 1. 18S-1: : WONDERFULHOOPER

'f i' I'' tween horses owned by Messrs. McMurrayand F. C. Latham, the contractor for the night Berole, II E Miller, Henry

'fh ,:": Reflections. Hartridge, of Jacksonville; McMurray's scavenger work. Bivens, Churlerlitchell, Miss Annie
Jarratt W R :
I'' Bingam, Lewis:: ,
.. colt won. After the race "Jumbo" gave TheIarshal was instructed to providethe Brown N S Jacob C
," Mr Samuel A. Swann has to Xew W
: gone an exhibition of his speed, easily distancingall Council chamber with the necessary Drury, David SIessina, Annie
: ',:, {'t" York.Heavy. Dickson. AS. James J FORCE PUMP.THE
,' competitors.. Rawson is willing to lamps and ice water. .
:;':, : i .1 I trains of watermelons are now match him.against any horse in Florida or Council then adjourned. Duncan.Mrs John C Mallory,Mrs Peter Martha

,, ..;! I i coming, in on steamer days. Georgia for from $100 to $500 aside. Davis Drury., Calvan AmrIcXeil,
q Arrivals the Strathmore.
: ,- :i i "Jr. J. C. Marcy Jr., wife and child, off Major George R. Fairbanks will constructthis at JOHN O. DONALD, Postmaster- BEST

i=i t Jacksonville at, the Stralh more. 0. E. Leavnara Kansas ; W. B. Miranda, ..
are residence.. ,
+ summer a large, elegant Disston. Fla.; W. T. Forbes, O. M. Crosby, 'VELLrUIPL.DE..
: The steamship San Antonio carried yesterday Some two years ago he purchased the south Mrs. J. E. Drayton and son, Mrs. F. S. For Kent.

'" ; I! :to Xew York 9,000 watermelons. half of block 39! containing.four lots of one Grimes, Miss Sallie Cuglar, C. G. Pearce, E. A store and dwelling on Centre street. UXEQUALED
f; H. Buckman, W. G. Wagstaff, H. L. Babbitt tf Apply to J. A. ELLERMANN. s
,t r', ; : E Et i Miss Ella Dewces, of Jacksonville, is visiting hundred feet square each. This he had I C. H. Smith, John J. Long, Jacksonville FOR SPRINKLING
t 'r" .1! ; i the family of M. Williams, Esq.: planted to.orange trees, which are now all ; Miss Fannie Papy, Tallahassee; B. II. New Goods. ,
:, : ; in a flourishing condition. The new resi- Durham, Chicago: ; S. A. ''Craig, Xew York ;
; :M I : 1; Sixty[ passengers left for Xew York via J. L. Horsey Geo. T. Lewis, wife and two Large lines of new goods in every depart- WASHING WINDOWS, CARRIAGES, tTr
I'' dence will front Seventh street, setting back ment at J. & T. KYDD'S.
--- '; .1 D[,)lore steamship San Antonio 'estcrda)'. children, C. M. Stark. G. L. Baltzell, S. D.
from the!street some.fifty feet. The founda-
J Swann. Mrs. E. C. Xix, Miss Annie Papy,
Dr. TroupeIax".ell and Ex-Governor tion will be of solid six feet Private Hoard.
+ concrete some Miss Fannie Johnston. M. Hunt, Fernan- A MINIATURE
; George F. Drew were in the city yesterday. in height. The building will be of wood, dina. A gentleman and wife wishing board in a

''assau's delegation to the State Convention two stories, with an L, and have wide private family can be accommodated with FIRE DEPARTMENT
: Range of Thermometer comfortable home surroundings ; terms mod-
'i; at Pensacola leaves on Monday morn- piazzas, on the cast, south and west sides. 20 erate. :For particulars apply at this office.
ing;:next. The house is to contain from 14 to 16 rooms, IIORSEY'S DKCO STORE. Fernandina, June 5, 1884.

i .* 3 Mr., T. ,,-. Roby, auditor of the Florida constructed with an eye solely to comfort.Mr. EXAMINE SAMPLE
To Ilent.
Railway & Navigation Company, was in the Schuyler, the architect, has the plans I..... ........... I ...........
.1 I. tiVind The two-story frame ,residence on Centre AT
nearly completed when the contracts will I G ..
I city Thursday.Mr. It- .c-1... tM 0 street, north side, corner of Eighth street! ;
''IIIflill '1. W. O. Jeffreys has moved his family be given out. The shell for the foundationis 781 conveniently located. Terms liberal. FRED W. HOYT &
Beach already on the ground. Saturday..Jnne 14 II 76 Iso I so N. E. Also that comfortable one-story dwellingon GO'S.CIDER .
1 the Atlantic Pavilion Amelia
to on Sunday ..............15 76 81 80 80 E. Ninth street, near Centre, six rooms and

':. :. for;,the. summer. The Florida Railway & navigation Monday ............1G 78 80 181 I 79! //1'. E.Tuesday..17 pantry, for $10 per month. Apply to

"4 : ; : Two new ensigns, 7jxl2 feet, one the Company. 77 82180 I I 78 S. W. II. E. DOTTERER.
Wednesday..is 76 84 82 79 S. E.
: : national and the other a revenue, were received ,
; Thursday..W 75; 82 SO 77 S. K Wood, 1rooc1. <
;.;. at the custom-house this week. : Friday:............?20.77 80 I 80 78 S. E. Having recently established a WoodYardnear :-''':

: The schooner Isaac L. Clark arrived here At the meeting of the stockholders of the --- Duryee's mill, provided with all the -" : .,'1I

; .,', from Philadelphia nes ay with a cargo Florida! Railway & :Navigation Company, .1.IAIUXE. necessary machinery for sawing:;and splitting .. ., '>,:4-j,

II .:' held at the office of the company in this city FIRE-WOOD ,', .'" :;;
; of Philadelphia brick, lime, etc., for the ,. .
.' :Mode Bros. yesterday, the following board of directorswas Port of Fernandina. I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, .,: '}:

elected : HIGH WATER. sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fire- < '. ,1 8 I
I that the nomination of the Hon. at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .
We learn place,
y ; June ..... 6:15 A.M.5:46 "
B. S. Henning. C. II. Cummings, Saturday, : : P. M. '-" ; ; ;
;' 1 : 1 '' W. ;Xaylor'Thompson'for Congress will receive W. Bayard Cutting, F. W. Peck, Sunday, .. 22...... 7:10" 7:42 ,. A. l' LLER\BSS. .....';t., '. J ....'

; ;' the hearty suppdrjof: '.several interior' II. L. Horton, A. D. Basnett, Monday, 23...... 8:02": 8:34: u '''' "'" j'
-- i delegations. .'. E. N. Dickerson, C. D. Willard, Tuesday, 24..... 8:54" 9:24 u Valuable Orange Lands for Sale t\- ,1': .
D. L. Yulee, L. M. Lawson, Wednesday, 25..... 9:45" 10:11" Tracts containing twenty acres each of '1'> ::.; .:

: The schooner James If. Woodhoiisc.arrived C. J. Peck, T. C. Platt, Thursday, 26..10:33": 10:54 .. choice high hammock land on Orange Lake ,':.....f ,';" "

: here from Xew York on Tuesday 'last witha E. II. Harriman. Friday, 44 27..11:18 11:37" suitable for orange growing and truck farming ' ''
are now offered for sale. These landsare ):: ;.
: a cargo of general merchandise for Messrs. .
ENTERED. very conveniently situated for transportation '
Our Summer Season. ,
: :. A. B. Noyes and Fred W. Hoyt & Co. June 14-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina Savan- by water or rail and will be sold on .':;' .-' 1.... ,. r'
+t" i The Strathmor9 on Amelia Beach is now ::
I The convocation of the clergy.of the eastern nah ; with passengers, to F. W., terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- : :; ,: :
fairly opened for the season. Judging from Simmons tionable. Also valuable timber lands in .,. (f- I
1 agent. ,
+ rt : district of the Diocese of Florida of the '
remarks of guests, the management of Mrs. 14-Schr. W.II. Burrows, Taylor, Xew large bodies. G. R. FAIRBNKS '
r f Protestant Episcopal Church will convene York ballast to master. February 1G 1882. Fernandina, Fla. .: .-.1;"
: Hopkins is giving entire satisfaction, and ; .
t" 1 at St. Peter's Church in this city on Wednesday 17-Schr. James A. Woodhouse, Her- '3,
now that the rainy season appears to be Cash Sales .
j> next. rick, New York; general cargoto Special '. .:/ .."
,I '. f It over we expect the summer visitors to flock A. B. Xoyes and others. IN .' '''. "

the Republican State Convention, for the here in large numbers. Aside from the 17-S. P. :tit.:: Nicholas, Usina, 'Savan- BLEACHED AND BROWN DOMESTICS, "' 1.J :" ':
: \
: \J
; : nomination of Governor, Lieutenant Gover- charming attractions of the Strathmore, nah ; with passengers to F.! W. ON :' .:: ,

n' ,;l :. nojand presidential electors, has been Fernandina has accommodations in Simmons, agent. ."i.l;;,' -
a ample 17 S. S. of Palatka Pa- and .
City Vogel, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday. only, f'i:
called to meet at Tallahassee on Thursday, her hotels and first-class boarding housesfor 1 latka. AT .;",-,

i' July 24th. all I visitors. The rates are very moderate, 18-S. S. City of San Antonio Wilder, 28 MODE BRO'S. .. 'U1
: 1,680'tons New York "
i'1' lion. J. A. Henderson, of Tallahassee, ar- .considering the prices paid elsewhere. The ; freight ".
and passengers, to K. W. South- '''
: ,1.f rived here yesterday by special train from fare from the city to the beach by: omnibus wick, agent. "Summer, Silks, '-:'."
+ '1 Jacksonville to attend the meeting of the has been reduced to 25 cents for the round 18-Schr. Florence Leland, Adams, 40 cents a yard at .. "
: J. & T. KYDD'S. :>
.. : directors of the Florida Railway & Navigation '- trip, while private conveyances can be ob- New York ; ballast to Master.
19! -S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
Company.Mr. tained from our different livery stables at
nah ; with passengers, to F. W. IF1.Watch.
t F. W. Simmons, local agent of the reasonable rates. Reduced excursion tickets Simmons, agent. ANSLEY:7:

; i Florida Railway & Navigation Company, will be sold from interior points to the sea- 19! -S. latka.S. City of Palatka Vogel, Pa- Repairer and Jeweller, !

''VI! .' 't! has taken charge of the business of the shore by the railroad company, as in former 20-Schr. Isaac L. Clark, Cranmer,

.:" steamers of the Georgia & Florida Inland years. Philadelphia; brick, etc., to

Steamboat Mode Bros.
; Company. A New Invention.A REFINED:

.4i: : Some malicious; person has on several occasions patent has been awarded to Mr. W. C. CLEARED. ,
June 14-Schr. Mattie Newman, Loveland, AND
t : destroyed the conduits leading Beal, foreman of the pattern shops of the New York ; lumber by Eppinger :

f : frwm, the new Howell building to the cistern Florida Railway & Navigation Company, in & Russell.

i in* the rear. A reward of $20 i is offered in this city, for a new spark arrester for wood- 14-Schr. N. II. Burrows, Taylor; CRABAPPLEfN

;. al.otbercolumn for information to convict lumber, by Hilliard & Bailey.
burning locomotives. The improvementsconsist "
16-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan- TT
i the parties.The of a hollow truncated cone located nah ; with passengers, by F.W. South side Centre St., near the Depot. JL :JLJ :ER.BY : .-

:i held State the smoke which Simmons, agent.
Independent Republicans a over pipe, concentratesthe
18-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
+ ; Convention at Live Oak on Wednesday last, current of sparks at the centre of a hol- THE KEG
nah with by F. W.
i1 ; passengers MADE TO ORDER.
.J in. which twenty-seven counties were repre- : low cone above, in which they are deflectedto Simmons, agent.

\ .,'' sented. Mr. F. W. Pope, Madison, was the side of the stack, at the same time 18-S. S. City of ,Palatka, Vogel, .J '' All Work Warranted. AT

nominated for Governor, and J. C. Greeleyof giving them a whirling motion around the Charleston. NOTICE.
t 18-Schr., Edwin A. Gaskill, Wilson,
I Jacksonville, for Lieutenant Governor. stack, dropping them down to the base. Philadelphia ; lumber, by Ep- OF FLORIDA, NASSAU! COUN- FRED W. HOYT CO'S.I .

I, fit firs J. H. Prescott left on Tuesday last, The upper part of the stack is providedwith pinger & Russell. STATE, J. A. Edwards, Clerk of the Circuit

:ri k r k 1 by rail for New Hampshire, to spend the a guard for preventing the escape of 14 19! -Schr. Nellie, Drinkwater, Philadel- Court in and for Nassau county, hereby cer- !I I I
lumber & that Warren Collector
phia ; by Eppinger tify F. Scott. of
sparks that turn the
any upward along
Mrs. Prescott intends remaining may
summer. Russell. Revenue, in and for Nassau county, has
: ,; over in Baltimore a few days to attend the shell from the place where they arc deflected ." 19! -S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, this day made a final settlement for the

'1 commencement exercises at Notre Dame against the shell of the stack from the up- l.GSO tons, New York ; freight county taxes of Nassau county for the year

4p :_}i4 ,, : per cone. and passengers by R. W.South- 1883, J. A. EDWARDS, '. ,.
? Convent, where her daughter is at school. .J
i .
wick .
agent. Clerk Circuit Court Nassau
?' g : Miss Clara's vacation will be spent with her Mr. Beal claims that his invention will 20-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- Fernandina, June 11, 1884. County. .. ,- '..',:. ,

4 1 i mother among the granite hills. not only arrest all sparks and cinders, but nah ; with passengers by F. W. '';';
that locomotives can run at considerablyless Simmons, agent. $20 REWARD. ) ::::;

The steamer Titos. Cullycr,, Captain Sam expense for fuel ; in proof of whichhe 44 20( -S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE .' ,,',
: Dennette, arrived here yesterday from Charleston. to any one giving information, ;. s
., : excursion states that this has been practically demonstrated with proof to convict the party or .' 'Ak ;
i1; V Brunswick with a private party. IN PORT. parties .
on the Transit line. Locomo- who 6 t'
on Monday night I'j
maliciously destroyed r ;
i? : After taking in the sights of Fernandina Barken tine Joe Read, Allen. .
\I( motives Nos. 11 and 12 are built exactly the conductor pipe leading from the new ,I.
Schr. Fred W.Chase Nason. "
; : and Amelia Beach the party returned to ,
Howell building to the cistern in the
I alike, have the same capacity, and performthe Schr. Lavina A. Warren, Johnson. rear, ':':" .
'1 i Brunswick last evening. The Collycr has and who punctured holes in the tin roof.
Schr. Edwin W.
:' : been out from New York by same service. No. 11 has an ordinary Schmidt. Cranmer. The above reward will either be paid by Mr.J. -r ",.
1 i. ; just brought Schr. Jas. W. Woodhouse, Herrick .
::5 :
& smoke-stack, while No. 12 has one con- W. Howell or by the undersigned.WM. ',;" ,'
$ $ :Mr. Dennette and will run between Bruns- Schr. Florence Leland, Adams. t
1 structed after Mr. Beal's model. Duringthe Schr. Isaac L. Clark Cranmer. P. STREETY. I :
g ._..-. :. \ ick and Darien. Fernandina Fla., June W, 188-1. '. .":: '" ,J:C:. ,
months of March, April and May, just -,. :: J :

; The! shipment of vegetables for Northern past, engine Xo. 11 traveled 11,560 miles, List of Letters CRAZY PATCHWORK! .: :: :,';y',1;:. :{; .,, ,

: markets is about over. The watermelon Remaining in the Post-Office at
1 with Fernandina -
a a consumption of 389! cords of wood, F
t" ".'i f season is now fairly under way. The shipments Nassau county, Florida, June 21, 1884. A LARGE ASSORTMENT : .
I 1<,-t running an average of 29!) miles to the cord..G HAVING OF 5;
I a { : this week were as follows: Per steam- Engine :Xo. 12, traveled during the same Persons calling for these letters must say and pieces of handsome bro- :\\tt

", :; s'lip Sun Antonio, 1,535 crates vegetables and advertised: caded silks, satins and velvets, we are putting -
11,465 miles consuming 280 cords of them up in assorted bundles and fur- .
f : 1 SJOOO: watermelons; per steamship City of wood, averaging nearly 41 miles to the cord, Adams, Julian L Henry, Jas nishing them for"Crazy Patchwork" Cush- ,. .,' :., '

;. 1: Palatka. 2,750 crates vegetables and 2,500 showing that while engine Xo. 12 performed Buck Andrews, D W Catharine Jon Johnson esse, Beckie Lewis ions, Mats, Tidies, etc., etc. Package :.. : (: .'',' "i -
Watermelons steamer St. Nicholas 610 :No. 1-Is a handsome bundle of
1 ; per nearly the service it did exquisitesilks .'.. .
,' 1 same so at a savingof Blake, Cealie Johnson, Wilson satins and ,brocaded velvets (all differ- ::: { !
: t crates; vegetables. 109! cords of wood in three months.Mr. Beach, Rachiel Jones, Alex ent). Just the thing for the most < ob: '
'The following is an abstract of the freight Browy, Ana ::\IanJinkins.. Lular superb patterns : :
Beal has _
associated with himself Mr.: of fancy work. Sent post-paid for 56 ,, ,.
Baker :
t Betzy Kane Thos & ':4&
list of the Mallory steamship San Antonio, W. E. Boone. Co cents in postal note or 1-cent stamps.- ; :" -

',' which sailed for Sew York early yesterday Brunson Braddock, 0 J Lawrence, Henry S Package No. 2-Containing three timesas
Mary Leucazy,
n} ;",. iliorning: 1,535 crates vegetables, 399 cases *The cords of wood used for locomotives on the Brown, Geo. Moore, John Rev for much$1.00.as These Package No. 1. Sent post-paid
F$6' 't Transit road are really half cords, the wood be- Bolds Nancy Mann Mrs arc of the very finest
cei dar, SOS barrels rosin, 51 barrels spirits A.W quality and cannot be at
equaled other
.i iug only two feet long. Cable H L any
;.; ti'rpentine. 100 sacks cotton seed cake, 52 'McManns, R E silk works in the United States at three times

w ; ; barrels! cotton seed oil, 40,000 feet of yellow The City Council. ,Danse Casey"Thos, Eliza Murry.Morgan John, Chas our order prices.always They brings will dozen please any lady. One COMFORT,:

d 42 t :, pi'ne'/, lumber, 25 green turtles, 9,000 watermelons The regular meeting of the City Councilwas Downey&Mathew Mitchell, Lucy OF FANCY a WORK more. LADIES'MANUAL with 400
+ ytl : 50 packages merchandise. held last Wednesday evening with a Defoe,Sarah McCray,-Edmond illustrations and full instructions for artistic ECONOMY,

1 r The advertisement of The Randall & Du- Darlie, ElizaIitcheIJ, Annie W fancy work, handsomely bound
t rt. : full attendance of the Aldermen, President David,.Amantha E1L1rr -, Chance 50 ,
cents. Order
I Mg .i gin Machinery Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, Avery being.in the chair. Dunn, Geo Peterson. A THE ROCHESTER now. Address SILK CO. SAFETY-

; Li .N; ; 'J will: hereafter appear regularly in every The bills of the city police, and the contractors Edwards Edwards, Rosa Price, W A Rochester N.,Y.

,: i issue of this paper for one year, and we ask for the work Mary A Redding, Benj
scavenger for the Coley Sarah Roberts, Rivers S
4'' t ;" : those of our readers who contemplate pur- months of April and May, were ''ordered Felder, Maggie Rolleston, WmRidgeway LUCY COTTAGE THE CELEBRATED

: chasing machinery of any kind to send to paid at last year's rate. Goodwin, Ed En. Seventh-St.
near Egmont Hotel
t I'' this: firm for their illustrated catalogue. It On motion of Alderman Robinson the Gilliard, Josephine Spencer\fcDonald STOVE.
Holzendorf J
Smith R H
King ,
will be sent by return mail free. A FERNANDIXA. FLORIDA.
r r pal I large fixing,of the salary of the police was post- Hewod, Katie Smith, KatieSanderling "

l' and complete stock is constantly kept on poned until the next meeting. Fannie Toley Hamny Offers pleasant" ,well
rooms furnished
Imnd-lowest prices are guaranteed. It will Alderman Robinson gave notice that at Turner, John Williams, Sandy- without board. Table Boarders will,withor be FOE SALE ONLY: BY

"+ ,cast: you nothing to correspond with them the next meeting of the'board he would in- I Tomes Elizabethel er, J B. ,. I accommodated. ; also transient. .
P. M. .I 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSOX. Fred W. & Co.

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