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: July 5, 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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lbtes front Brandy Branch. through An their own merits, unencumberedby HABITS I .#ONDUltAS. would become necessary to risk one'slife price than the sweet ones. Of the latter

partisan schemes. Senator Morgan ex- in running the terrible fever gauntlet of varieties, some have light yellowish flesh
noW r : plained that the object in forcing the $250- p are not so nice and sweet as these
:i WOODS-THE HEAVY BUSS .' went, the line of this road through the valleys which are darker colored. Some have an
TU1 1'pE amendment the bill
000,000 on was a politi- '
; M/IETY: : NOTES, ETC. A correspondent of the New York'Siw, of Comayagua, Humaya, and Goascoran exceedingly thin skin, and are usually
ical one, to force the democrats to the wall offers a way for an interoceanic canal large and sweet when well
BRANCH, FLA., July 2, 1884. writing from Choluteca Honduras under very ripened,
1It.iapY; and make it appear to the country that they ,' infinitely superior to that in which hundreds these come from Escuintla or similar very

The H'l H'lef-tion of, General Perry as our standard were opposed to pensioning Northern sol date of June 1, says :. .m 9 U of human beings are perishing warm places. They. are not so h phly

besuer )in i !;dle present campaign meets Afoot or on mule bu k,alone or attended, monthly I on the Isthmus of Panama.It flavored as those grown in a more temperate
diers. But said the Alabama
orator, **tfc* "* i is hard to determine the futureof
I political climate.
There is a kind of sweet lemon
hearty approbation of the good I have traversed the length and breadth of
with tle. "your-present tax laws bear down most Honduras. Undoubtedly its brightest called "limawhich is rather insipid and
do of this Action; ; and if the democracywill heavily upon the substratum of society. Honduras, closely observing r ,i,', the soil and hopes are centered in the patriotic efforts of coarse, but commands a higher price than

will lei true to themselves throughout the They bear like the waters do the bot- people and it i is my belief, ,after seeing many Senor Soto. the ex-President, who has taken oranges. The orange like nearly all tropi-
victory wall perch npon our bannersin upon lands, that Honduras Kone, of the richest up his residence: preparatory to inaugurating cal fruit, is sold very cheap.: They are
State: The wisdom and tom of the sea, growing heavier toward the. countries in natural ref jirces, and her peo- a movement for a union of the Central generally sold on the trees at one dollar ,.:.:-i .
November. bottom ; they bear like the atmosphere does ple are the laziest that the sun shines American States on the model of the great about eighty: cents in gold-a thousand, and. .;
d{laj-eil-in: the convention at Pensa- It is North American republic. He is the first .cheaper in some places.-Exchange. + '
mint upon the earth, growing heavier as it comes upon. strange that the place where '
cola pace cr0 .e the members of that body Columbus first set his f("!>ton -American public man in Honduras whose patriotismmeans __ h ,
in contact_ with the soil. As American Sen -contained more than childish bombast and pa-
with MtimHS\ \ : gk>ry. They can rest assured continent, and which a populousand rade. Not satisfied with the honorsof INTERIOR WATERWAYS AS
ators, it is our duty to look to the man whois thriving European'' colony long before empty
that tilt haic done a noble work, and en- receiving a bounty from the government, the settlement: of Jamestown, should now military and civil rank, beseems to have MEANS OF D EFENSB.In .

leareil !ilitiii ly s to the hearts of the true and then to turn our eyes to the man whois be quite two hundred years behind the resolved on his devoting the ample fortune compliance with a resolution of the
times in all the essentials of modern yielded by mining property to the indulgence House of
iftlie4'l! h id of flowers. Previouslytlr civili Representatives of April 5, 1884,
nun < to be taxed to rai the to it. of and ;
e money pay literary political tastes by
zation. Not less is
it that
filled with sul- strange Honduras requesting the Secretary of the Navy and
political atmosphere was Senator Morgan: said he would be ashamed -the home of a race 'far advanced in a study, travel and observation the Secretary of War to report upon 'the

J'htJrotJ'apor, mend a disruption:: of the democratic of himself if he lacked the courage to vote civilization rivaling that of ancient Egypt- -- ----------- feasibility and expediency of construction

{'arty i.n This State seemed wellnighmunineiit against a bill the real intent of which was to should now receive the impulse which "is to THE ORANGE TREE AS GROWN an interior coast-line of waterways for the
; ,' but their conduct has brought waken its long dormant, energies and resources IN THE TROPICS.In defense of the Atlantic and Gulf seaboard.
get up a makeweight in the pending poJiti into life from the descendants of together with an outline plan of the same,
jicace main to the household, and we will campaign.i "When you present pen- colonists whose ancestors at that period the tropics the orange tree is planted and a general estimate of the cost thereof'*

eX<'lIIplib'l/mr{ gTatilmle at the ballot-box inNovember. sion bill in good faith, which your committee roamed the forests of Germany, Britain or and grown like all other fruit trees, withoutcare a board of officers appointed to consider the
Gaul, half naked Barbarians.The and even generally without order. matter have submitted a preliminary report,
has indorsed and your people demand," recent establishment of several lines The fruit of course would be much superior sketching a possible line of waterways and
in midst
There !S.l gentleman our whose continued he, "I will vote for it; but I shall of steamships between New York, Philadelphia when grown with more care, and better suggesting an appropriation of $10,000 to

deep interest, always manifested, in the welfare not be dragooned into voting for it for fearI New Orleans and the ports of treatment. The rainy season in Central defray the expense of"a general reconnaissance -
t of the eomfcum people, ever ready toen'e Honduras has attracted much attention to America lasts about six months, from the of the entire line." :Further informa-
may be placed in a false attitude in the middle of April until the middle of October.In .
his countrV "in and in the revival of commercial enterprise in this tion is wanted before an opinion can be
!- peace war, mind of any man in the world, because I hitlierto little known republic The dis- this season the fields get crowded with expressed with regard to several links the

together with innumerable other qualifications once belonged to the Confederate arm .." In coveries of a stranger here are interesting.A weeds of all description, which in generalare proposed chain of communication and an

cnitlcs liyu to political honors and the of his remarks Mr. said farmer, or indeed tiny mechanic or not cut down, but allowed to dry up, estimate formed of the cost of the construc-
course Morgan :: :
promotion. HS: -,name is not unfamiliar to planter, can earn enough in fourteen daysto after the dry season begins, from the middleof tion of the whole line, from Cape Cod to the
Take your candidate for the presidency. support himself the whole year. Nearly October until the middle of April. It mouth of the Rio Grande. Some parts of
the whole, peoplJof the county : it is Noah He was a valiant war talker, but he never, every saint's day, and the sajnts have ap- never: receives a drop of water during the the line,I are well known. The route from 1

.\. Hick'k. Allo\r| us, then, as a representative went into it. lIe remained at home and acquired propriated every day in the calendar, is dry season. and as the moisture in part has the bay north'of Cape Cod across that nar-
people, to jriace his name in nomination celebrated by processions; ,and other cere- been taken out by the many'weeds allowedto row neck into Buzzard's Bay, and thence
his millions and his substitute wentto :
for the olllcff of sheriff for which he is monies. The mass of the people are outwardly remain, the trees look in many places along the length of Long Island Sound, ha-
the war." "No, he didn't," interposed most devout Catholics. The churchesare quite withered at the end of the dry months, frequently been the subject of considerationand

"(() eminently fitted, and to which he will Senator Williams; his substitute got a fur- always\ open and decorated l and almost so that leaves and fruit begin to shrivel. At study, so that sufficient data are doubt-

add both honor tind dignity. Possessing a lough and remained at home." Well, he any day priests in.their robes,'and attendedby least this I observed very often round the less at hand with which to determine moreor
"cool and unhasty determination and judgment acolytes swinging censers or distributing capital at Guatemala but as soon as the less accurately the important questions .
ought to have gone, replied the Alabama holy water, may be seen walking throughthe first rain comes the trees regained their location and cost. The same may be said
a thorough' business qualification, an Senator; "one member of that combination streets:: or wending the mountain sides, natural beauty although the fruit always with greater emphasis of the link which

. iinjirejuJVed! mid, an honest and uprightman ought to have gone." followed by a concourse of old and young, suffers and does not become perfect. The stretches across the peninsula between the
in all Ijis dealings; a knowledge of the bearing wooden crosses and fantastically capital of Guatemala is between 4,000 and Chesapeake and Delaware bays. This has
Senator Hale in resolution for investigation
r got a an 5,000 feet high, the air in
- fron end of the the dressed: and painted images of the Virgin consequence been the subject <<,>several recent careful
people ) one county to
of department frauds just in and saints. A majority c f the men, how- pretty rare, and it never becomes very warm inspections and surveys, undertaken for the
other-though mjt{ all that might be said in time, and forestalled the action which would ever, are aetheists at heart-j-a result of the but remains almost equal the whole year express purpose of ascertaining which of a

his favor--deservedly, qualify him for this shortly have been sprung upon the Senate ferocious crusade against the Jesuits that round. It seems the average heat there is number of possible ship-canal routes it
importan' position! in the county's followed the triumph of political indepen- not enough to ripen peaches and even would be most expedient, from the point of
govern- from the democratic side. While the Sena- to Melons do well
dence. apples perfection. never view both of location and expense, for the
men t. tor from Maine is entitled to the credit of Thanks to the salubrious climate the for it is not warm enough. The really warm government to undertake to construct for .

The recent heavy rains have flooded the having snu fed the battle from afar," it is natives are extremely long lived. Active I season lasts about two months, from March purposes of national defense. Along the

streams 14) overflowing, and some few of the of to the democratic centenarians are not at all :uncommon. A.. until May, afterwards the heavy rains will length of the Chesapeake bay, up Elizabeth
no consequence party little while ago I witnessed the funeral of a keep the atmosphere and ground always river, and by canal and river into and
farmers who low
neighboring planted upon where the resolution comes from. It is the man who attained the age, of 1G years: cool. From December until February the through the sounds that border the coastsof

land have been drowned out. Messrs. Clark republican, not the democratic party, thatis This fact was attested beyond a_ doubt by thermometer often ranges near the freezing Virginia and North Carolina as far south

it Co., wlto are conducting a shingle mill to be investigated.: The Committee on* the official recqrd... Hc<< jfch!iveru'aninjterior ; "; ". >
here, had: to suspend operations till the of the vitiage7"anu" his"lufieral '.was 'at- three yeiirs ago- we had .real black frost in waterway has been surveyed by h"k'
Expenditures ofPublic: Money will sit on tended by his descendants unto the fifth Guatemala and heavy frost in Antiga, 27 engineer officers of the United States army:,
i water subsided in the cypress swamps. It this inquiry during the summer vacation. generation- his great-great-grandchildren. miles from Guatemala at the foot of the and from Norfolk harbor to the southern

'i seems to bo "a bad wind that blows nobody Foreigners, owing to a tendency to over indulgence water volcano, where many of the coffee extremities of Pamlico Sound such a routeis

goo.!." While many are complaining on INLET DISASTER.CAPT. in alcoholic stimulants, do not plantations froze to the ground, and will already open for use. From Charleston.
account of". tHe constant rains, the lumber MOSQUITO linger so long in this earthly paradise. But only give the first crop this year. The South Carolina, to the northern limits of
: tho natives are wiser and their lives are ground round Guatemala is a stiff Florida, and particularly across the Florida
men on the ,St. Marys are delighted with ANDERSON'S ACCOUNT OF THE DROWNING adobe adobe mixed with
more temperate. This was not so always, or a peninsula, there is said to be an eminently
1'. the flood \n f carrying, off their lumber.. OF GEN. BABCOCK AND MR. LUCKEY. however. In some old Spanish archives sand called tal petate, and the first generally feasible route. On the side of the Gulf of

Mr. Uciijamm) 'ager is putting his ma- The lighthouse schooner Pharos, Captain that I had occasion to examine I learned is succeeded by the last at a depth of one Mexico the proposed route would follow the
that in the early days of the conquerors and a half to two feet. In some places, almost unbroken chain of sounds::!, bays and
_ lnnery together, 'preparatory to starting a Anderson, disembarking from which, on grapes of marvelous excellence and flavor nevertheless, you may find very fine black lagoons that skirt our southern border to

team engine) 6n a:tranl-road for the purpose June 2, at Mosquito Inlet, Florida, Geo. 0. were abundantly produced in Honduras, sand loam, always only one or two feet the delta of the Mississippi, and thence a
of conre.\'ng logs; io Mr. G. '\'. Br 'ce's sawer Babcock, Dr. Suter, Mr. Luckey and a surf- and from them the natives made a delicious deep, used in Guatemala for the gardens.The practicable inner line is said to exist .along e
adobe ground is very little apt to keep the: low coasts of Louisiana and Texas to
mill wine. The
gentleman strong military overseers reported -
anticipates being ableto man lost their lives, arrived at Canton last
and where the
to the home government that so moisture: moreover evapora- the month of the Rio Grande. There are
start hfr:engine yi a few days.Five week. Capt. Anderson gave the following great was the native fondness for this drink tion is greater in consequence of the high two breaks in the chain requiring further

nnrrteges leave taken place within account of the accident : and so powerful its effects that men could situation here. Those countries would pe study. The route between New York harbor :-

the limits of'Braftdy Branch in the last The Pharos was lying off Mosquito Inlet, not be kept at work in the mines. In con- the driest and most miserable countries in and Delaware river or bay, and also ;;

three months: andy et they are not all mar- and was prevented going inside because of sequence of this a royal order was promul- the world were it not for' the six months that part of the coast between Cape Fear .':
ried. the terrible surf breaking over the bar. Gen. gated directing that every grape vine in the heavy tropical rains. river and Charleston South Carolina, the .
: rIlev. Babcock seemed to be very anxious to get country should be torn up by the roots and The orange trees are in tine growing con- board is of opinion needs further study. A !H

Mr, Deans, bf the Methodist Church, ashore, and asked me what were the probabilities destroyed. So effectually was this order dition in spite of poor soil, no cultivation, a canal already extends from New York har- ..?,*
will preach here the fourth Sunday in this of doing so in one of the ship's executed that there is scarcely a grape vine great quantity of water one-half the year bor to the Delaware river, but it is a small .;:
month, at three o'clock TOM. boats. Before answering I went aloft and in Honduras although no country in the and none at all the other six months. They affair, and the practicability converting ;
'. p.m. surveyed the situation, and upon reaching world is better suited, as regards soil and may be called everbearing, for they are it into a ship-canal is open to serious doubt.
to. Ii I deck refused to allow the boats to go ashore, climate, for grape culture. covered with fruits and bloom the year The maps indicate no considerable soundsor
fl ASf11.1 GTON.n and advised the General to give up the at- The people are simply amazed at the invasion round, much more so than in California.As lagoons along the coast between the

\..' ''. ,_ tempt, but he said he must go, as he wished of their land by foreigners. It seemsto none of the trees are grafted, some bear Cape Fear river and Charleston. Whetheri
THE 'rP.Ot'ItI.TIO\s .i ILLS-A RESOLUTION TO to push the work on the light. He then be entirely beyond'their comprehension.With : poorer fruit than others. A real good t is practicable or would be profitable for

iNvmralTC DEPARTMENT FRAUDS. ordered me to hoist the signal for the surf- wide open eyes they exclaim : You orange from Guatemala is finer than those purposes of defense to dig ship-canal along
boat to come off. This was done, and the have lived in that great country of North from the coast, grown in a really tropical this part of the coast remains to be deter-
_ 'VASIIINGTON, June 23, 1884. brave fellows promptly answered. I again America. Your father and mother and climate ; for although the latter are large mined after a patient study of the difficulties -
To the Editor of the lorida Mirror: and very sweet with fine skin, they are not presented.
advised the General not to go, but he replied brother live there. Then why do you come
)U N- When Congress SsiSn the mood it can do a with a smile that he had landed in away from it? We would not like to go equal in"flavor to the Guatemala fruit,grown

:refit great deal of wbrk in a short time, and when worse places. Seeing that persuasion would away from our country." They seem to where who it is moved ever cool.to Therefore a gentleman and- List of Letters
Domingo Lamayor
? cer have no effect, I advised them all to take have inherited no trace of the ;wandering
" talk
Ir of it simply want j to it can go to almost life preservers with them. This also was adventurous spirit of the companions of has a large sugar plantation near Escuintla Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina -

hiss interminable) l length*. The manner in which thought unnecessary. Dr. Suter said, "The Cortez. These people Jive simple lives. where he has many orange trees intermixedwith Nassau county, Florida, July 5, 1884.

r the the House disposed of the Sundry Civil ApproKhtion General wants me to go, Captain Anderson," Many spend most of their existence out of cocoanut palms, wanted me to bud Per pns calling for these letters must say
: and Mr. Luckey laughingly said, "We'llsee doors, sleeping in hammocks under trees ; them with good varieties from Guatemala, advertised:
year : indicated the
Hilt present spirit do for of time.
.; of you later, Captain." General Babcock but in the rainy season a house becomes a but I could not so want Artist, S A Russet, Ralph
ity. that body. This measure; might have been remarked that he would take none of the necessity as much as a luxury. These The growth of orange trees in Guatemala. Bradburn, Isaac Rollins, George

passage fcmpwcd 1 mechanics in the boat, because he thought dwellings are of the most primitive kind.A is about the same as in California. They. Davis. Mrs. George Sams, Ann

J \\ discussion was one long bound there were enough in .it. I watched the number of young trees are cut down, begin to fruit in from seven to ten years, Enres Whittle ((2)) Svinherud.SCThompson -
toward boat go off. I could say nothing more for I roughly hewn into shape, and stuck into according to situation, care and ground. I Hayes Mrs. Ed Jas C .
J l' toe an early ndj urmnent. Of course was greatly worried. Twenty years' expe- the ground close together in the shape of a Although they will grow from cuttings, Hatcher, Benperman Turner, John W
latioU, democratic mcnfbers do not want thepartie rience on the coast told me I was correct in circle or parallelogram. Over these are they are generally raised from seed, and in Holtzendorf, King White, Mrs. Maria

!! trouble of coming ba k to Washington after advising the General not to go. I watched placed a few light rafters which are covered many cases they come up by themselves, Hassengale, J E Walters, A A
troycJ toe national convention.r There them out of sight, but the breakers were so with leaves of the banana tree, which makea and one only needs to put them where theyare Jones, Agnes Westly, Miss Lottie
se nc are many high they were soon hid. I sent a man to durable and water-tight roof. Vegetablesand wanted The trees do not seem as much Johansson, Brunier White, Samuel
rear. things, to be sure, which will not be done the masthead, and from the poop we could fruits are produced in abundance, afflicted with disease as here, for notwith- Mullins Ed Wishard. Abraham

J1 roof this session, tvcn if ifcwereto continue until see" that something had happened. Then with scarcely any cultivation. .Still they standing bad ground and treatment, they Morton:C E Young, Robert

by 1[r. fall. But th|re Is this consoling reflection : all was blank until several beings were seen are of a much better size and quality than seldom perish as they do here; if they do it Pherrah, Mrs Sarah
fly next liter' to be thrown up on the beach. I did not those grown in the North at great pains and is from other causes, as the orange tree has S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.
T}. |houses wi many members of both know who was drowned until the following expense. Tropical fruits are abundant.The many enemies. One of them is the white

will \now W6re than they do now, Wednesday evening, when I thought it safe grass is rich and nutritious, and affords worm. The worst of all is a large red ant, Valuable Orange Lands for Sale

and will acts, accordingly.. Union soldiers, enough to go ashore. I took six of the Baltimore pasture all the year around to the numer- called the sompopo which has its nest eight, each of
Tracts containing twenty acres
R1Tt K: ,! .rexlcan soldiers mechanics with me, but two, who :. ous herds of cattle, which form almost as ten or more feet underground. They workin hammock land Lake
soldiers and choice high on Orange
more were too timid, I left behind, and brought ,important an item as the fruit in the export the day and at night, and are most and truck farming -
;NT OF homes, for soldiers\ are the subjects them ashore the following Saturday. WhenI trade. Orange trees grow and produce troublesome in rainy season. In one nightor suitable for orange offered growing for sale. These landsare

bro- 1'01wludl statesmen. of the upper house got ashore all the bodies recovered were abundantly with no care whatever and are in a few hours, a fine large tree is some are now situated for

,one LTC put- have expend' their J eloquence this week buried. One of Dr. Suter's legs had been in bearing all the year round. Trees thirty times cleaned of all its foliage, flowers and tation very by conveniently water or rail, and will be transpor-sold on
uti (nr- T e JUuchahuseJ.Ie. bitten off by sharks and a portion of his feet high may be seen exhibiting every stageof small fruit, which the ants carry home. Titles
suit are
:., Cush-! llllllla'i'ed .:
Cline the S'b.ut in a condition so by side, near the quarters on shore. The most boughs and tiers of buds and blossoms and insects, injurious to plants, but the bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,

qui t.e mutilated that it could not be recognized as body of the surfman had not been recovered below. white worm and sompopo are the most des- large 16 188:. Fernandina, Fla.
The mule is and trainon tructive of all. The nests of the February ,
i II t.liner- sue toll passed: by the House. when I Mosquito Inlet. The accidentwas freight passenger sompopo
.et.1J 1 mot- enatOts Republican not due wholly to the breaking of the all occasions. Mules afford almost the which are sometimes very difficult to find,
i for :In loa ed it down with amendments oar. It was impossible for a boat to live in only means of transportation. There are are very deep and expensive. They look Special Cash Sales

aro l):;.- order that 1 it might be defeated in the such a surf as there was then at MosquitoInlet. about thirty-seven miles of the Interoceanic almost like little villages with many cham- IN

ee tin IIOUSe, nm'ch will doubtless be its fate there. The breakers chopped on all sides. Railway iii operation, but that ,is entirely bers filled with eggs and young ones. Each BLEACHED AND BROWN DOSIESTICS, :
ost- :aid This, was done There was no safe way to go. inadequate to the needs of the country.The chamber contains several winged ants very ..
t make a little political cap- line Mr. much larger than the others some of them ON '
cry p"a 11.:1\\', The Pharos will return Mosquito Inlet as surveyed by Squier runs ; -
n J other 111<> greatly needed by'them just now. The with additional material for the lighthouse from Port Caballos the Bay of Honduras !. are more than an inch long, and about one- Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday. only, .
tree tunes :alls amendment, Antagonized by the work there.-Baltimore Sun. I I to the Bay of Fonseca on the Pacific, a fourth of an inch in diameter. The Indianseat AT ,--

...iy. Ont democrats d..t .1 .! distance of 148 miles. The country through. them raw and roasted. They swarm in 28 MODE BRO'S.To .
f"U IHns'Vns' of Union soldierstime which it difficulties certain time of the like bees to forma
I,, DIEa : the : runs presents no to' a year, ,
ar'th400 lJ of discharge or disability.Wosit0" Private Board.A be compared with those met in buildingthe new nest. In some of the chambers, a Rent. '
artistic cmocratic '. was not made be- gentleman and wife wishing board in a Panama Railway, and it could be com- coral snake or its eggs is often found. The
,ost'l\ld. mouse: oC an tuiWilliug private family can be accommodated with pleted at a cost of not more than $10,000- Indians call it the mother of the sompopos." The two-story frame residence on Centre
fur< \0 rtlueru II'b.rats. S to vote pensions comfortable home surroundings; terms mod- 000. When the road is completed, the jour- There are several varieties of. ranges. street, north side, corner of Eighth:: street ;
CO, : so) :, 1 bat because the deni'Voi:1ts erate. For particulars, apply at this office. ney to the Pacific coast of South America The sour orange is generally used 'to flavor conveniently located. Terms liberal. .

;', S. Y. wanted the Mexican veterans to go Fernandina, June 5, 1884. would not only become .shortened, but it meats, soups, etc., and is sold at a higher H. E. DOTTERER.i .



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,iti 1 T! : ; TIlE 1 I viz OF LIFE.1''he \ mean it. Think, again, an' I ken ye'll and was now rich and respected felt I was thinking that since ,:Mr., Sin- But it was not for money that Matthew
I. r change yer mind. Whaur'll ye get a himself able to. conquer the world i if; ,clair has begun to'come after me. like Sinclair was apt to risk penH-
;i '*.. Our IIlr1re rife) 's we tui-ceediiiij live: wore biases brief;appear. man that'll love ye as I dae ? Dinna need be. He was superintendent of; this it would ,be, better if I was :Mag. tion. The anger that consumed him
'; i 'L flay to childhood seems a year, fancy because I'm' masterful with the the fishing on Bressay Island ; Christian 'nus' wife. ,He could na, torment .me now was greater than any money
l Amlfyears like passing ages., lazy hizziss at.Bressay that I'll no be Halcro 'came there with many then." hunger he had ever known ; fierce
:- :' and salt the herrings Does :Mr..Sin lair ken that you're that had often
.v lhe gladsome current of our youth, kind to you if you marry me. There'sno other women to cure' though been. As,
1 J' Ere.'jassion yet disorders, a leddy .in the land'li be better which the' boats, 'brought in.. 11 gaun to marry :Magnus ,Peterson ?" with l knit brow, fiercely-gleaming eye.*,
,"" ,; teals fingering I Is like a river.smooth 'whim lie asked Mrs. Halcro. and clinched fists he strode
I lor 1g its borders. served, or mair thocht o than you, was there, was.'orking; toward
.:4; I A ? grassy Christian, if only you'll be my wife." among'the'gleaming"many-tmted, fish No ; I've? aye been feared to tell the Halcro cottage, no 'one who
:. "' :"tv" _*ut asfthe careworn cheek grows wan, Christian shook her head. that he had first seen her, and, almost him,'lest he should dae Magnus a mis looked at him would ;have doubted
.,> :u. i.Ye An state: '::sorrow's, that measure shafts fly life l thicker to man, It's no use, Mr.: Sinclair," she at the first glance, had made 'up his chief. He's an awfu' man,, Mr. Sin that the bargain with the devil was
..; ::1;: .,\\ h f,seem your courses quicker? said gently, but firmly ; I can never mind to marry her. He had never clair. Ye canna guess! what he'll, dae, already concluded. But as he approached -
: marry you. That's the truth, an' if consciously looked at a woman ,before an' he is rale fierce whiles." his steps grew slower, and
When ; have lost their bloom and breath,
",: An life 0ys itself is vapid, you ask me every day in the year ye'll -never, at least, with any. feeling I But he might try to dae Magnu; : the expression of his face changed
'; >;, : 'Why,}s we near the Falls of Death, get nae answer but no frae me." either of admiration or dislike; and a mischief after ye were married." he even smiled a little=:a cruel
.,'t '..V" ', I Peer t we its tide more,rapid? If you answer no'every day fora the beauty of this'poor girl, ,none the 1 "Oh, no ; surely not. What for treacherous smile. '
4t ma\f be strange, yet who would change year I'll' just gang on askin ye less noble in character because of her should he? He might hurt us if he i, I needna fricht her noo," he said t to
"' : Tinif's course to slower speeding, every day for anither," he cried pas- sordid labor and mean surroundings, chose, but that wouldna undo our himself; I hae dune that lang enough,
i -.' ,, ;' Wheiifjue left by our one bosoms our friends bleeding! have? gonet" sionately. or for ten years, if seemed to open a new world to him. marriage ; he could never expect to I daur say she's rale prood o' her
; 1 Antf need be, till ye say yes' in the end." To see her was to love her, and to get'me, then, ,since it's me he wants. cleverness the day ; but the game's no
: J leavA gives our years of fading strength I will never say yes.' love her was to determine that she !Sae, mother, will ye tell Magnus that played oot yet."

''., I And Indemnifying those of youth fleetness a seeming: lengthProportioned "Yes you will-you will. Lassie, should be his wife. Before long he Lam ready to marry him as sine as He paused a little to complete his
,i I to their sweetness.I hoo can ye torment me like this? I've acquainted Christian, in somewhat imperious he likes?" self-control and efface from his countenance -
I -- set my heart on ye, and though I'm fashiop, with his intentions, Mrs. Halcro sighed. She was not the lingering tokens of his
I : ; J i r Z7JJ3 CRADLE OF NOSS. five-and-thirty years' and I never and'was more'astonished than annoyedto pleased with the arrangement., Had wrath ; then he entered the cottage.
-" 4 : f t I looked twice at a woman before ; and be met at first with incredulity and she had her own will, Sinclair's suit The sole occupants 'were Christianand
of I J ,1; i 1 i !! CHAPTER I. I'll never rest till you've promised to then with blank refusal. :Moreover, should have been favored ; but she her lover, who had come to spend
t.. : I 1' It is summer in Shetland' the brief be mv1' wife.'' after she had been informed ,of Sin- had never been accustomed to thwart with her the time of the church
service -
- ti : ; ,/' I mystic summer that sheds a soft pathetic .'W Jexclaimed should you be set on me?' clair's sentiments, Christian ceased to her daughter, and she acceded to at which custom forbade her
1 ; brightness over, these barren Christian almost in tears. come.to the fishing station, and, when I Christian's suggestion. to be present when her name was
I' islands. There is no night; the long, What am I but a pair lassie, that's he still persisted in his suit she forbade You could be cried on Sabbath," cried in marriage. Magnus Petersonwas
ti Cloudless days are linked, together by weel content to bide as she is'? him to come to her home. Sinclair she said, and married on the Tues- a tall,handsome, broadshoulderedyoung
i u few hours of twilight, but before There's plenty lassies will be pleased had not expected such sternness of day, if you like, and then.ye would be fisherman, with eyes as deepl-
'a the sunset flush has left the western enough to tak' ye, Mr.. Sinclair ; seek refusal ; but his determination equaledhers safe, and I hope, happy." blue as ChrIstIan: own, yellow hair
: t '$ky the rose of dawn is creeping up ane 0' them an' leave me alone.'' and he would not give up his and flowing honey-colored beard!
the cast. Under the kindly warmth |C What do I want wi' ither lasses," designs. He hung about Lerwick, to Sinclair noted with keen envy the
; ''u the old black land springs into reluc- he cried.I It's you I want-you, ; the neglect of his,proper duties and to CHAPTER II. difference between the young Norseman -
:r jant life; the patches of oats, that so Christian Halcro-an' it's you I mean Christian's vexation ; for she could Being a Scotchman, :Matthew Sin- and his own debased Celtic type
scantily repay the labor spent on to have." not go out without incurring the risk clair never failed.to go to church. of feature ; but his words were smooth
them, struggle into comparative ripe- "Never," cried Christian, proudly, of meeting her would-be lover, and being Had'he belonged',to'any other nation- and gracious.
-; ties; and by the roadside and over loosing patience at this persistence. tormented with pleadings to which ality he might have carried on his Ye might, hae tellt the
; the morasses, the hardy wild flowers, You may say -'never,' if you like," she would not yield, or overwhelmedwith meditations at home ; but being a would hae me true
that,require nor culture, fragrant: meaowsweet he answered, but your .will's not reproacheswhich she did not de Calvinist by birth and breeding, he reason to why Christian ye he said naught with to
downy cotton grass, and: half, as strong as mine, an' I tell ye : serve. But she. remained faithful to fulfilled his duty by going throughhis say but me, Ye
.9 I : jbright-hued violets, burst into brief, that you'll change your mind yet- : her first answer, and this evening her calculations on probable gain and grave hae ken gentle that r'I proach.U wouldna hae
: (nuxu>iant existence. The sunlight ay, an' 'be glad to da it." promise, given under compulsion, to possible loss to the accompaniment of might troubled if had sweetheart
s _:, Walls ton the town of Lerwick, on the Fancy that if it pleases you," re- postpone her final negative for a few prayer and sermon. The Sunday following "ye, ye a ,
I. ,: gong winding street and the narrow plied Christian scornfully, but a' the days, was the first sign of waveringshe his interview with Christian already.Christian looked at the door blush-
., *ill-paved lanes that climb the hill be- same, ye'll find out in time, if I am had shown. It was enough to Halcro, Sinclair, according! to his custom and confused.,
i .. .. ;Ihind,it, on the wide blue bay, on the but a woman, I am no bairn to change 'raise the hopes of Sinclair, who immured himself within the four ing" I "
didna ken she said -
a.' ,,: !:green slopes of Bressay on the other my sworn word at the bidding of reasoned that postponement inevitablymeant bare walls of Lerwick Church, and I thocht, it apologeti-make
is ,' i'' side,;of the water, and on distantislands you o' ony other man." She tried compromise, and compromisewould sat there in devout inattention for cally.U mair Mr. Sinclair.might only"
:'.1 ; : which, seen through the sun to pass on, but he detained her by an in due time become consent. two weary hours. He was surprisedat ye angry, "
should it Christian?
: light haze, seem to be not the bleak, iron grip on her arm. :Meanwhile Christian Halcro had not seeing Christian in her usual ;'Why replied
Sinclair. I wouldna
: ,; barren rock they are, but mystic You'll no leave me this way," he hurried home, her progress impededbut place, but he did not regret her absence chance o' without gie up
;} lands, Hesperides where dead dreams said fiercely. "I'll no let ye gang little by the load she was carrying, ; he preferred not to see her until my but winning you it's the best
; might fitly find a resurrection. The wi' that no' on ye lips, though 1 I ,and had told the story of her meeting they met face to face, and alone. o'guid reason that; surely like anither man
::;, -1 broad tender rays glorify the long should keep ye here till the morn'smorning. with Sinclair to her mother. The two He heard not a word of the service. better.reasons Nae you wants wife that's
: :': 1 ["procession of women that all day long ." women ,crouching together by the turf He rose up and sat down mechani- in love wi' man other a If
,goes back and forward between Ler- The girl looked around ; not a creature fire were a strange contrast, mother cally with the rest of the congregation i some body. ye
had been frank wi' it would
t_:::: "wick and the bog behind the town, was in sight; she was alone with and daughter though they were. It even sought out in his Bible the hae only saved baith an' me,
; f :'A":' : .1 1 where lie the stacks of peat that this fierce, determined man. Her seemed incredible that this girl, with chapters that were read and the I trouble." me yerself some
t ., A '::;f .; form the fuel of.this treeless, coalless courage gave''way, and she burst into the dull glow of the ''fire falling upon psalms that were sung ; but whateverof I murmured Christian.
,. : I land. They are of all ages, the tears. her waving golden hair, her large thanksgiving ,or confession, or admonition But am I sorry didna, here to
tl : : women who thus toil along the hard Oh, Mr. Sinclair, let me gang," wide-open blue eyes and clear noble these contained utterly escaped Sinclair come went but quarrelwi'
-w ,,. } road, bearing heavy creels of turf on she, cried. It's cruel o' ye to keepme features, should have any kinship with ,his understanding. At;last the to'wish ye, baith a' the on ; just
j i their shoulders-from aged crones, ,here. My: mother's expectin', the old woman who sat in.a wooden service drew to an end. Only the when ye married.happiness ye
I 1: whose forms are bent and whose faces an' she'll be feared if I dinna get armchair beside her-a woman with a final benediction was wanting, and expect ye're
.F \, I'I are furrowed with long years of hard Name sune... face tanned and wrinkled by exposureto drowsy and preoccupied non-listeners There was a pause before the utter-
I ;:. ,3 :, : J labor and scanty food, to young girls Sinclair's voice grew softer at the all manner of weathers, her form began to arouse themselves, for now ance of the last words, and a slight,
j -f j with glad faces that do not fear the sight of her tears. prematurely bent and her hands distorted the minister was about to read the almost imperceptible change of voice;
', keen salt breeze that ruffles their hair, Hush, lassie, dinna greet," he with hard work. proclamation of those marriages which but neither of the lovers were in a
1' J and strong, shapely limbs, in whose said." Maybe I'm ower harsh wi' ye;; But, Christian lassie," said the were to take place during the week. I,. mood to criticise the terms of Sinclair's
i t : free, firm tread some likeness of their mind, ,I'm no used to dealin' wi' wo mother, looking anxiously down on Even Matthew Sinclair listened with congratulations too closely.
I ,:," i I old lawless Viking ancestors yet lin- menfolk. I'll no press ye for an answer the beautiful upturned face, are ye some attention. It is common enoughfor Thank ye, Mr. Sinclair," paid
i .. 'J gers. the nicht ; but tak' time to sure that ye'll no marry him? Think a man to be too much taken up Magnus, enfolding Matthew's hand in
,Nr ,:, ; The day-the conventional, not the think, an' let me come to ye an' hear how he'd keep ye; a braw house, and with.his own affairs to pay any heedto his own.U I tak"it rale kind o' ye to
; >> ", : i visible day-draws to a close, and at what ye have to say to me. Will claes as fine as' ony in the town, and a instruction with regard to that speak like that ; an' if Christian did
; : c s ; : I last only one form is left on the, road. that dae? servant lassie to dae your work for ye. future life which we profess to con say ye nay-weel, it canna be helped.;
r i !: t It is that of a girl, tall and beautiful, Christian gratefully accepted the Think a wee before ye let sic a chance siderof, supreme importance, but it is I was first on the field, ye see ; an
; -' lovely of face as a Madonna and compromise; anything short of absolute pass ye; it'll never come again." indeed rare for him to be so much pre- what ane lass doesna fancy anither
t :' .. ;; proud of carriage as a queen, though acceptance to get away from the "I din.na want it too," replied occupied that he cannot give a pass- may. I was aince gien the go-by
::: i i I she is only a fisherman's daughter, lover whose love was fierce as hate. Christian. "What's the good of ing interest to a little, gossip on his mysel,1, an' noo I'm just thankfti' the
i :: i and has been used all her life to the "Then when shall I come? asked wealth and grandeur wi' a man ye neighbor's doings. Sinclair, then permitted lass that did it seem' I've got ChrIs-
Mt /, : I hardest toil. As she drew near the Sinclair. dinna like, that ye're feared o'?" his understanding to take no- tian instead."
ri :. town a man who had been lingering Whenever ye like ; on Sabbath, "Ay, that's a'weel enough when tice of 'the following declaration : The young fisherman's good-natured
", : ,,y: ., ;::;\. abo ,t came forward and accosted her. after the kirk comes oot, if you chose. ye're young and strong ; but when There is a purpose of marriagebetween blundering words were so many daggers
:'; i He,was a swarthy morose-looking> be But mind," she added cautiously,, ye're auld and weary, when ye think Magnus Peterson and ChrIS- to Sinclair's wounded pride ; but
) ,, J'mgof about the middle height, with that's no to say, though I promisedto your back'll break wi' the load o' the tian Halcro, both residing in this he passed them over in silence.
1 ; I loo se-ointed, but powerful, limbs, and speak to you again, that I'm goin' creel, and your legs'll scarcely carry parish, of which notice is now givenfor lt And when is marriage to be?'T
rr ; irregular, unremarkable features, pre- to change my answer." you through the day-it's then 'ye the first, second and third time." he asked.
; '' served from insignificance, only by the We'll" see," he answered, with a. wish ye had taken the comforts of life Then the congregation stood up, On Tuesday," replied Magnus.
,: : thickness of his straight black eye- grim contentment ; and mind you" 'when ye could get them. Look round and the minister, with outstretchedarms "Then ,you'll not be gaun to the
i '; brows and the look of determination he went on, "I tell you again that I'ni this place and just compare it '''wi' a' invoked for them the peace of fishin' the morn ?"
p .' .: in 'the small, deepset gray eyes benea'th no a man to submit to failure in that Mr., Sinclair could gie ye." God, which passeth _understanding.:" No, it would hardly dae-would
them. Withal, ne was not a onything. I was but a bairn when J I It was,true that the,room was poor To one man at least the word itto risk bein' drooned the day
L ,, I' : plain-looking man ; his aspect was was left to fight the world, an'a sail enough. The floor was of earth; the ".peace had no meaning that day. before ye're to be married. I maUD
: too'full of force for plainness, though, struggle it was. First for bread to evening light came in but faintly Matthew Sinclair was overwhelmedwith wait till Christian's a wee tired o' me
,, ; ; under some influences, he might become eat, and when that was gotten, for through the .one small window but it wrath. He hurried out of the '
,; : : absolutely ugly. knowledge-:-an' it was night an' day showed that th te was nothing but church as soon as the last word of the first.And the lad laughed in happy consciousness
," 'JI; want to say a word wi' ye, wark' to win that, an' after that for the barest,furnishm -a rickety table, benediction was pronounced, vouchsafing that the day when they
Christian," he said. money. It ,was aye a fecht, an' whiles a couple of chairs, a\ ox-bed" in the no recognition of any of his acquaintances two should be weary of each other
: ::: : ( A shade of impatience crossed things looked black enough, but I wall covered with a patch-work quilt, -indeed, not' seeing them; was far distant.
i 4(; i:,' Christian Halcro's brow ; but she never gave in, I've got them a'noo- a few pieces of crockery n: a shelf; "Black Sinclair's looking a wee "He's gaun to tak' me for a sail the
TH D ,7: ;. i stopped in her progress. She did not money, an' knowledge, an' friends as that was all. Christian di \not lookas blacker than usual," said one to another morn," added Christian.
t- *,y .. >;: r look at her self-imposed companion, week;, an' it's a' because I would never she was bidden, but merely, shook as they went along. Black Yes," said Magnus, in explanation -
: :7,$r ;;i\ but bent her eyes on the piece of lace-'. be beat. Mind that, Christian ; I'm her head. Sinclair" was a nickname by which, I'm gaun round to the} Noss.\
Htr.'K .t I I like:; knitting in her hands, at which never satisfied till I get my will. There's nae use tryin' to move e, partly on account of his swarthy complexion There's twa gentlemen here the noo
jf."I" .:' !I she had: been working assiduously as Never man daunted me yet, an' never mother," she said.II I wouldna 13. but chiefly because of his that's wantin' 'some commorants' eggsan'
er }t,,, she:walked along. woman will.." a' the wealth in the world if it was morose disposition, Matthew wasknown some young birds, an' they've askit
,.::1,' ". : "''\ ell, Mr. Sinclair," she answered He released! the hold on her arm Mr. Sinclair that offered it." to the inhabitants of Lerwick.' me to get them ; an' ye're sure to get
,t,:,;':; rather sullenly, and what have you and she sped quickly away. :Matthew Weel, weel, bairn," answered the \flay be the fishing's ower guid plenty o' baith on Noss." 1
i '3: ;F.i,;<,' i to say, to me?" Sinclair followed more slowly. He mother, hae your ain way ; and this year ? replied the friend ad- But do you mean to risk your ]
I 11j:!" i j' "' '"0 1 1 ken week enough, Christian,'' was not displeased with the'result ol f ,there's nae doot that Magnus Peter- dressed. When herring are plenty neck climbin' the Noss'rocks?" in f
I I,:" :' said: the men, earnestly. It's just the interview between him and Chris son's a guid lad ; so be happy after they sellMieap, and Sinclair doesna quired Sinclairj "I' think, for my !
t j f : what I hae told ye afore. tian. He had a firm and sincere your ain fashion." like parting\.wi* onything without a ain pairt, I would rather tak' thechances -
', /,: Then why should ye tell meagain belief in the power of his will, as he "That's whafrl was wan tin'to speakto big profit. *Ie's awfu'' greedy of o' the fislhin' '.
l; j.f ,, C.) the girl exclaimed Impa-- had 'told the girl it had never failed you about said Christian, with a money." \ ,, Oh, nae fear o' niy riskin' onything c
i .i, I t' 1 tiently." I ken what you have to him yet, and it had not vet struck rosy blush.II Ye ken Magnus has aye Ay, I believe he'd'sell his soul to ," laughed Magnus. "I'll just I
f ''J, I say; and you ken what I'll answer, him that it was not- possible to subdue been wantin' to marry me as -sune .as the deil for't." \ cross in the cradle to the, Holm 1 1
a ; ; ',r, and where's the use o* saying it ower a woman's heart by the same means as he,could, an' I've aye put him off, an', Deed, an' I'm thi kin' ; the deil there's plenty o' nests there an' ye r
i ,4; and; ower again ? he had used to obtain all he had said that at the end o' the fishin'would wad mak' but a bad bargain to buy can get the young birds without either ",
*".Because I'll no tak: yer answer, hitherto desired. The man who had be time enough; but noo-" I what'he's, sure to get for \aething in trouble or danger. It's late for end a
1 lassie: ,*' he, cried. Christian,. ye cann'a'I' once been, a penniless, ignorant lad, Weel, Christian, what noo?" the end, was the reply. but maybe I'll get some o' them toe.f .

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Ay\ hats a fine easy way," said I to step ashore, but preferred to moor I the gunwale of the boat Christian can I The boatman tried to persuade her to DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. : .

Sinclair .thoughtfully, and, after ex'pressing his boat further round the island, out see three fathoms "down a forest of seaweed remain, but she would not,consent; and, ____
few more good wishes, he of sight of human habitation, and to ,Ayith broad ,fleshy leaves waving at.last yielding to her demand, he placedher = -=---
l :::30 gently in the slight motion of the water in the boat from which she had stepped EST. .A.llLISI-.IET 1S7u. '
,went awayThe climb up: twenty feet of sharp rock in Among its branches are myriads of tiny so blithely' short a while before, t
hland.of Noss lies behind order to l land. fish, swinging'out and in with regularly and they set off on their sad, hopeless I --

Bre.csav: :{(the i island> on' the other sidearf He was absent about threequartersof panting gills and quick, seemingly meaningless quest. Hopeless the man knew it to be, DRUGS and
; caudal vibrations, enjoying: the but he dared not take the .
Lerwjck Bay,) and is separated an hour ; then he returned, out of suddenly away
channel. sunshine, doubtless,.,in a cold-blooded hope that the poor girl still cherished, so It
from only a narrow breath with the at \which he
it 'by speed
and fishy way. On the rocks nearer the he rowed round to the Holm. There
Ut the bide nearest Bressay the island had been, running, unfastened theboat shore ane'mones'nrold their pink or was nothing to be seen there. The sea

'slopes : up gradually from the sea. and got in. He looked anxiously crimson petals, and in every little was still and clear as ever ; the birds had .r HORSEY ,& CO. {

The slope continues its gentle ascent, around but no one was near save a basin tiny crabs take their gaunt and recovered from their alarm, and had returned -
other side the island breaks few and sleek angular walks abroad. to their nests all was still and
t nd at the : tiny ponies one re ;
Overhead the gulls are winging not PHARMACISTS = j
cliff wall ; peaceful. 1:1 i
suddenly iu a great rising proachful-eyed cow. It would have 1
bff{ aimlessly, for occasionally one will "It's nae use, Christian, my dear,"
hrecipitonsly .to a height of.200 feet. been, indeed, strange,had any human pounce clown suddenly, and disappearfor said the boatman gently. It's o' ower .-.",

\ crawl! passive, terrible cliff! Not being been visible ;, for, though it a few moments beneath the wi' him, puir lad; everything but God's _"c

rigs nailed:: in the slightest degree, but was, broad daylight, it was only about surface of the water and whenit mercy on his soul !", Centre Street.FERXANDIXA ;. .

:isinfr . some poor fish, seen in the far distance him to stay near the spot. He lingeredfor FLORIDA. .t:
that 1 laves it h that
of t effect island the and
ocean lonely ferryman .
> by the bird's keen eye, is settled. Faraway a while to satisfy her, then turned the ,;
of height.comes;, on the beholder his family were the only possible wit- the guillemots are floating ; nearer' boat's prow homeward. Christian madeno ) on hand a fine :ts::-ort.- :

more keenly than if the rock were nesses. But :Matthew Sinclair did a scornful-eyed'cormo"rant rises and falls: protest. She was convinced at last, KEEP'constantI and PURE FOREIGN -. .r

but less: steep. Loolnng.fl'm not want even a restless woman or- a in the swell of the sea, 'and puffins are and a dull, gold stupor of despair numbedher. and DOMESTIC :!;
uglier flying into and out of their nests in the The took her back to
the wall it nl wakeful child to him the Islandof ferryman
at ,great gray : on
""t.low crannies of the rocks. Fearfully busyare Lerwick. She words but
spoke no _
l ire, the beholder with awe ; looking Noss at this hour. Again 'there these last birds,..preoccupie'd and< crouched in the bottom of the boat with Drugs Chemicals,. ,

irom above, and seeing the sea-birds was the long weary pull round' Bres anxious, one would'say,-judging by their great staring eves that still opened to

circling far below, stemg nothing be- say ; but though his strength was movements. It is evident that upon see her lover falling to destruction before' Homoeopathic and Patent"\redicine, A,-

him and the gloomy dark sea utterly worn out by the time he came their brains two convictions are firmly leer eves. When they reached the harbor -
tween impressed First that' the world }he lifted her Proprietary niicl Fancy Good,
: was out of the boat and led
; far Beneath: fills him with terror. within sight of home, there was an expression -
jso created for second
expressly puffins; her home. He whispered:::; an explanation -
A little for.this highest: point is of satisfaction almost approaching that but for the unceasing and indefati- to her mother, and hurried away FINE TOILET ARTICLES,

;reached.there fe a small: islet-a mere light-heartedness on Sinclair's gable exertions of puffins the said world from the poor woman's loudly expressed

rock whoso flat top is covered with face. Cautiously he rowed up would be in a very Sad condition.The grief. PERFUMERY. SOAPS. ETC.,.:

-separated: from the larger island to the boat-house; and drew in his boat. boat has rounded Bressay, and Mrs. Halcro wept over her daughter, ,
I ri:ass now the wind being useless" here :\ kissed
: lagnus and embraced her, but nothing "
; 20 feet wide. This look- IX GREAT VARIETY.
He to the house
i by a ch\nnel..aout; }; crept up again pulls up the channel to the landing- availed to break the trance of horror
rock i is no\v isolated, but at the time ing keenly but furtively around for a : place at 2s oss, and Christian takes his that enveloped her. Three days she lay ,

.uhf inv try it was connected with possible observer ; but all was still place at the tiller. The heavy boat goes in this half-unconscious condition. Her ',
sVs byu bridge' of the most primitive? and silent. He had often cursed hishousekeeper's swiftly under his long powerful stroke, mother mourned over her, neighbors ,1 '' I'h3 sieinns' Prescriptions

naturesimply a stout ,rope with a matutinal laziness ; he and now they touch the' shore. Magnusfastens came in with pitying words and kindly carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
: the painter and helps Christianto deeds of but she took
sympathy, no no- .
basket dung upon it, in which, who- blessed it now. He entered softly, land. She leaps lightly from the bow tice of any: one. She never spoke ; only reasonable prices.

evervilhwl{ I to.cross seated himself, afraid lest the lifting of a latch, the of the boat, and her'' lover's arms catch the fixed glare of the blue eyes and ah

slid \vorteil: himself along the rope to creeking of a plank, might betray him; her ere she touches the ground, and fold occasional ,shudder told that her mind F_ VV_ ANSLEY7

fie oth r side. :: Think of the giddy but nothing stirred, and he reached her close, closer than safety requires. still lived.

moment ivlien the frail support hung his bedroom in safety. Then he threw The ferryman is a morose being gene- Matthew Sinclair had, of course, heardof Watch Repairer and Jeweller,
rally, a result due probably to a lonely :Magnus: Peterson's: terrible fate, and as
tremblingmidway;i across the abyss, himself' on bis bed and soon slept. life and monotonous work, but he come: the tidings: of Christian's state came to i..

trusting only:} to a rope's strength for Slept yes ; for long-continued strainon out'to give the lovers a: smile and to wish him, he felt impelled to go and discoverif

preservatHoi| from death in the sea mind and muscle will inevitably Magnus good luck on liis;errand. :.she was: ,really as utterly crushed by

that is rhsliiug : like a mill-race two produce a fatigue that brings in its Away they went, these two, across the her lover's death as gossips averred. r.
fields, walking slowly: leisurely, linger- When his voice was heard at the doora
hundred :;ifqet below 1 Yet there are train deep, heavy sleep.
ingly. What need to, hurry? Was it faint blush came to Christian's cheeks.
both men:ajul wpmen now in Lerwick Tired brain and weary body combined not better to taste to the full the sweet- She half rose from the bed in the recess

i who have crossed: the chasm by this must cause an exhaustion that endsin ness of every moment of the long sunny of the wall where she lay, and put aside

means, feftrjess of danger, hardly con sleep, which no fear or anxiety for day? So they made a, long journey of the curtains that concealed it from the

=dogs that !jlanger was there. the morrow can long delay. the walk across;; the island, and Christian kitchen. She heard her mother ask :Mr.: "
South side Centre .
St. the
a Sinclair in :Mrs.: Halcro near Depot.FLORIDA
usually the most agile and sure- to come : was "
!Matthew: spent the remainder So :Matthew Sinclair slept while the '
footed of maidens, to-day required as- beginning to take a certain pride in the JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND
of thatSunday: wandering about daylight grew brighter and broader sistance at every inequality of the path. notoriety her daughter's misfortune

Bressay, :ever going far from his and more sun-illumined ; and Magnus But at last they reached the spot where brought her. Sinclair made me demur, MADE TO ORDER.All .

house, buj?;; \apparently i unable to rest Peterson, waking from happy dreamsto the chasm between Xoss and Holm beyond but at length he entered and saw before Work Warranted. )

within itsjwalls, or, indeed, to remain happier facts, rejoiced that this day was bridged by the cradle. him the woman he had loved. She was .
Let me gang wi' ye, Magnus," asked standing in the middle of the floor,
still l anv J \)rliere. Evening came ; thefishingboats was to be. spent with Christian, and Christian. "I'll get the eggs while you clothed only in her white night-dress, CRAZY PATCHWORK !

with! brown sails set to that on the morrow she would become are catching the young birds." her yellow hair falling loose and un- A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF

catch the light breeze, passed on their his wife. "Xo, no, lassie; you bide here. I'd be kempt on her shoulders;, her hands HAVING ts and pieces of handsome brocaded 1

way to ttieir respective stations, the -- feared to see you cross in that shaky clasped together in entreaty. silks satins and velvets, we are putting -

water hissiiig i and gurgling as their CHAPTER III. thin ." "Christian, lassie, what ye left your them up in assorted bundles and furnishing -
"Feared! I've crossed it before, and bed for?" exclaimed the mother, trying them for Crazy Patchwork" Cush-
keen bow*} tut it; it was night by all Youth and love! That glorious combination what's safe for you is safe for me." to force Christian back out of sight; but ions, Mats, Tidies, etc., etc. Package )

the conventionalities of Shetland ; which enters once, only once, Ye,werena sae. precious?, to onybodythe ; the girl would not be moved. No. 1-Is a handsome bundle of exquisitesilks
but :Matthew'' Sinclair continued his into our lives, but which in the brief last time ye gaed ower ,as are to "Are you no' ashamed of yourself to satins and brocaded velvets (all differ
of its fills with its ye ent). Just the thing for the most
restless and down. His period supremacy, me noo. Wait here I'll not be appear like this! cried Mrs..Halcro. superb pat-
you ;
pacing up all the and terns of fancy work. Sent post-paid for 5G
own spirit beauty goodnessof Christian
long. So give me a kiss to cheer me paid no heed to her words,
called him to his cents in note 1-cent
frugal postal or
housekeeper: the world, and hides, with the glamour while I'm awa" but went up to Sinclair. stamps.
and he vent in but he ate that emanates from it all the Package X o. Containing three timesas
rapper, ; pov- "Ye speak as if ye were gaun a long Give him back to me she cried much as Package No. 1. Sent postpaidfor
nothing. The woman looked at him erty, sordidness and weakness that ex- voyage instead of being awa', and not passionately. Give me back Magnus, $1.00. These are all of the very finest

with unusual interest. It was ;pretty ists in our surroundings or ourselves. even out of sight for ten minutes," protested Mr. Sinclair. Ye 'said ye would never quality, and cannot be equaled at any other

well known. ,;that :Matthew Sinclairhad Oh, it has a wonderful transfiguringpower the girl ; but she did not refuse let me marry onybody but yoursel', but silk works in the United States at three times
this "Love's young dream! the kiss. surely ye didna mean it, for ye said our prices. They will please any lady.: One
sought to 'marry;' Halcro, Beauty or blemish, merit or defect, it Magnus stepped into the basket and afterward that ye wished us joy. What order always brings a dozen more. LADIES
who,however: ,, had preferred :Magnus sees all through its golden haze, and began to pull himself across, and then- made ye tak' him frae me? But ye'll no MANUAL OF :FANCY WORK, with 400
Peterson, wit' }i his youth and his swears that all is perfect. Is it dream? what then? There arose in the air two keep him, ye'lliet him come back to me. illustrations and full instructions for artistic.
t poverty, to her master, and the latter's Is it not, after all, a reality-the greatest wild screams that roused the sea-birds I'll dae onything ye like, if.ye'll only let 50 fancy cents.work Order, handsomely Address bound, post-paid,
lives? It is the reat now.
mo- "
a tire-an -thirty. ferocious temper, reality our from their roosts on the Holm,and made :Magnus come back to me. THE ROCHESTER SILK CO.,
years of the universe. From the
tive power She tried to take his hand she
them fly darkening the air with in- as Rochester N. Y.
and wealth and the of up
j sight a man time of Helen till in
to-day, every song
l numerable wings, and: adding their discordant ended her pleading; but he drew back.
suffering for ''love's sake has always a that has been sung, in every tale that cries to the sounds that had "She is mad !I" he exclaimed, "mad!I" XOTICE.
1 strange; iascioation! for a woman. At has been told, and in the millions of aroused them. A man's of and he fled from the house. '
cry agony NASSAU
0 last she withdrew. Her master heard songs and stories that have not been and despair, and a woman's shriek of Yes, she was mad, and her wild peti- STATE, J. A. Edwards, Clerk of the Circuit
lived how deeds
her go to :;bed) ; all was still in the told have, but been done, how many great horror; for the rope had broken, and tion was only the outcry of a distraughtbrain Court in and for Nassau county, hereby certify -
1. house, and; outside nothing was heard many great Magnus Peterson fell down that awful ; but do not the mad sometimes that Warren F. Scott. Collector of
have been cherished under the
thoughts strike truth that the sane miss? Revenue in and for Nassau has
precipice into the fathomless swift flowing upon a county,
but the plash) of :the tiny wavelets of the united forces of these
on inspiration sea below before the eyes of the But no one heeded Christian's words this day made a final settlement for the -
the shore Sinclair had now forced invincible powers, youth and love? woman that loved him. nor the accusation they unconsciously county taxes of'X ass au county for the year

y himself to Fit still l ; he was afraid to Truly, being as they are, young and contained. It was a natural enough 1883, J. A. EDWARDS,
lovers;;Magnus and Christian, were the One moment only ; and then came a Cierk Circuit Court Nassau County.Fernandina .
the mad take
1es for to
distufb thai At last fancy poor girl ;
sleeping woman. horrible Christian uttered
day the bleakest and most cloudy Thule plash. an- "all. the Noss June 11, 1884.
the clock struck twelve and with a other stifled this time by the keener was Only ferryman gave
; ever knew, might! well be happy and cry
the idea second He went to
sudden fla replacing, the dull fire content, not as kings but as gods. And, realization of the terrible accident that the place a where the thought.cradle had stretched $20 RE1V.t.RD.THE .

pd that had all '(jday burned' in his eyes, indeed, are they not deified, loving and had befallen, but even more agonizingthan across the gulf and examined the end of ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
trusting each other happy in the present the first; but from the doomedman to any one giving information,
Sinclair that remained the Xoss side.
It the the
hli. was signal he on
St I ;. fearlessly expectant'of greater happinessin there came no sound; he was stun- rope with proof to convict the party or parties
had waited'1' I lir' or., It was' a curiousproof the future? And the day It is one ned before his body reached the water. Then he saw what no one had perceived who on Monday night maliciously destroyedthe
The rushed the cliff before, the rope had not broken, but that conductor pipe leading from the new
of the ihmount of conventional of the brightest the most that girl to the edge
?n and peered At other time she the under strands had been cut with a Howell building to the cistern in the rear,
morality thatjcircumstances; instill summer ever saw. The sea is clear and over. any
can would have shrunk from down knife. Thus weakened, the rope had at and who punctured holes in the tin roof.
into a thoroughly) ; unprincipled man glittering in the sun ; far away on the the looking once given way under the strain of the The above reward will either be paid by Mr.J. .
that :MattheSinclair filled with horizon there are clouds, great, white giddy height, but now terror was fisherman's weight. W. Howell or by the undersigned.
lost in She the basket young
anxiety. saw
downy masses that bear no menace of W M. P. STREETY.
he "
there's been foul here he
furious anger: und meditating-what ? storm; but] overhead the sky is deepest, floating quickly through the channel, said Ay, himself "but there's play to Fernandina, Fla.. June 19,1884.
to none
should wait till the last hour already far a few moments passed ;
yet purest, most intense blue. Wonderfulblue : away; wha's been at it and it's not safe
ild of the Sabbat i had struck before beginning of a Shetland sky! Gazing up into : and a white face rose to the surface." to prove :unless you're sure." So he kept
; She called out her lover's name, Mag say PATENTSMUNN
lay to put his design into execution. these fathomless depths of azure, clear silence.
gun .. : and deep as a sapphire, soft and beautiful nus, in piercing tones; but there was Mathew Sinclairhas left Shetland.
1 beyond description, one returns, no sign of life, no struggle existence Christian Halcrowas & CO.,of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAS; con
me He took. ;ion his boots and crept with that still form. Dashed ,with fear- The near :presence of tinue to act as Solicitors for Patents Caveats,TradeMarks
the little
naturally, instinctively, him and he United State. Canada,
a continual torture to Copyrights for the
softly l out of t the house into the pale child's belief that Heaven is "up there." ful force against the'rocks:below\ the sur- Scottish town of England, France,Germany,etc. Hand Book about
on- face of the water he was already dead. returned to the bleak Patents sent free. Thlrt l-seven 'ears'experience.
tWIlIght of He There is a light wind just enough to
Jhe summer night. his birth. There he is rich, respected, Patents obtained throusrbMUNN.CO.arcnotlced
fill the brown sail not take He sank more and Christian In the SCIENTIFIC AMEBICAX.the largest best and.
icy vent down to the boat house on the ; enough to once ; envied. He is regular church atten- most widely:circulated scientific paper. i.2Oayear.
her the whole attention of lagnus, who, not realizing even now the utter hope- and interesting in.
shore and took boat in up dance liberal in donations to charities; ,Weekly. Splendid engravings !
out a lighter of the Scientific American
formation. Specimen copy -
with one arm thrown around the tiller, lessness of attempt at rescue,turned
build I no one would suspect him of deed sent free. Address MUNN&CO..Sa1r Tlnc'
the hyse used in Shetland, looks not at the sail, but at Christian, suddenly and ran across the island till that was not wholly lawful. And any he is AMERICAN Office 2C1 Broadway New York.
and, indeed,'llQt safe to use except i in who, in return, gazes at him with eyes she came to the ferryman's house. She a miserable man afraid of his nightly

such smooth:wireless weather as this, full of passion, of worship. They have was breathless with the haste she had dreams, afraid of ,his waking visionsaman obtained for new inventions-
ina'oss- and crossed the and coasting round made and with the horror that filled her ,
launched if, taking elaborate care bay, are who has found out that the sins PATENTS or for improvements in old.
: to Bressay-the same course that :Matthew soul, but she succeeded in gasping out. a. TradeMarksand
; Prevent a'> unnecessary sound. He which man never hears of God ones." Caveats, Infringements,
Sinclair took at dawn.' They pass under few words. ] attendedto.
all business promptly
wok) and punishes.London Society. patent
a pair of sculls and rowed of the rocks she criedthe cradle-'
s away ; the shadow great rugged lagnus, INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
$ gently at first; ,! and then, as the dis- and weather-beaten, gray points stand- the rope broke-he fell-save him-0 REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented .',
i slat wnce from ]}is{house increased, with ing out sharply! in the, sunlight, purple save him !" .NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD. by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent <
get strokes. down shadows lurking in the hollows. The What do you mean, lassie?" said her Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
thong YIgOl'QU& Away sea has worked its slow malicious pleasure listener. "Has Magnus fa'en into the ENGINES BOILER NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
your 1 of ire;RaY, beyond the light- on the cliffs. It is an architect in sea at.the Holm?" ents in less time than those who are remote-

' in- louse, whose ,warning yellow light its way,' and makes ,for itself pillars, "Yes, yes, at the Holm. The rope NEW AND SECOND HAND. from Washington. model sketch,
hone far aci'css1 the water, and round arches, and caverns as well as any human broke and the cradle fell, and him in it ; ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES When Inventors search in send the Patent Office or and

my southern; end of the island till worker. ,There is the Orkney- : an' I saw it a'" 0 my God, I saw it a' !" OombUed Orange Box .pd 8hl. !e Machine we advise make as to its patentability free of charger
the X osS loomed l in He man's cave. Look at that great entrance. She covered her face, as if to shut out Eagle Gins, Saw Mill, Flanera, BeMw. &0 Correspondence confidential; fees reason-
Was a strono<;: darkly sight. hall; is it not well designed and nobly the vision of that horrible moment. Ask for_Cat logne and Prices before ftnytng. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT .
ony- did man' and the hard work proportioned? And how wonderful is "You must save him," she went on. HANDLE & DUBANMACH'fCiT; IS OBTAINED.We .
not i;atIc.ue. him; but he was not that long winding channel, going back "Take out your boat and save him." refer by permission to the City Post '"
just used to,. rowing: and his hands soon further than man can penetrate, though, I doot, "my puir bairn, there's nae 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a master, and to the Superintendent of the
olni ; became blister*d. Yet he did not as he presses his boat along the watery human saving for him; but I'll try. (Write for Catalogue and muticn this paper.) PostOfficeIonev Order Division in Wash
i1 ye row uP to path, he can !hear the tide that he pushes Bide you in the hoose here, an' I'll ington. For special i references circular,ser-
ithereggs where ihq usual landing place, before him breaking and surging on the bring you word." hew Goods. vice, terms., etc., addressC.
; and the l fe rr yman's house!: stood, faroff'shore "Xo, no, I must gang wi' ye," she Large'lines of new goods in every department A. SNOW & CO.,

a." where 1 tfould! have had merely ,The sea is crystal clear. Looking over cried; "I canna stop here." Cat J. &T. KYDD'S., Opp.PatentOffice. Washington.; D'C. 2tY


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-. i /: Tare, .b'LO] IDA.i il] .OH. lug that the colored vote is all .re 1NDEPENDENTIS3I IN FLORIDA.Independentism Ten years hence, a1 cattle king predict I Traveler's Guide. -

I ;vsi: | .. in politics Omaha. Neb., will'be the cattle centre of the
i r 4lk f ** GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. publican.u______ __ ._ _____ country. Already one of the finest abattoirsin ::! TRANSIT .(; PENINSULAR RAir.EOAP.Day .
represent an idea or' it may represent Passenger Train leaves=
,. Subscription, S3 per year; six months, 81. TilE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL the world is being built there, covering For Cedar Key and Wild wood and

A*y r Office comer Centre and First streets,second floor. IN TilE SENATE. mere personal ambitions, pre- 400 acres of ,land! and'at.a co t'of $75,000.St. all points on Transit Ruad....._ c.40a m.
..iI.-. judices or interests.' The movement Louis now has the most complete: yards, Savannah and all points North '

'1 -, RATES OF ADYERTL ING. The River and Harbor Bill has in the Republican* Party in opposi- covering some GOO acres, which were builtin and West................................. (;.-10 a. m.
; Ten cents a line for the fu.st, and five cents for been back the Commit (connecting at Callahan.)
reported by
1878 at the cost,;of 2000000. The yardsin
I ;: each subsequent) insertion. tion to Mr. Blaine judging from the For Tallahassee Pensacola and all
R + ;'. Special local notices, 15: cents a line. tee of Commerce of the Senate with Chicago are 320 acres in,extent, and have points on the Florida Central
r "J Reading notices,25 cents a line. amendments amounting to one million names and character of those engagedin already cost about 15000000./ :Western Railroad................. ... 6.40 a.m.
.t ., it is revolt'from methods (connecting at Baldwin.)
; Special rate for time advertisements upon application a political -
i', at the office. three hundred thousand dol- Capt. Erben. of the United States ship Day Passenger Train arrives

lars but of Mr. Call's proposed ad- and from the support of an unsound Pensacola, recently returned from a voyage From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
: .; solicited from all parts of the county and from ditions for Florida we do not see 1 From Savannah and all points in '
s fl The movement of :Mahone in Virginia the members of the Malagassy,embassy after the North and ..... .
along the lines of Florida railways. West .. ........ 4.38 .
) that dollar has been added. p.m
one their return home. One of them told him From Tallahassee
All communications intended for publication which founded the Pensacola. and
; should be addressed to the Editor; all business Senator Brown was able to add $50- was that the United States made the greatest im- all points on the Florida Central

,- 3 :' letters simply to THE Fr oran i MIRROR. 000 to the question of the disposal to be made pression of all the countries they had vis- ifc Western Railroad................ 4.33 p.n,.
$200,000 already
--.. appro- Night Pass&iger Train leaves
--- -- of the State debt, culminated ,in an ited. further question as to what had interested :For Cedar Key Wildwood
.ri SATURDAY, JULY 5. 1884. priated for Savannah. The South all
;. ; abandonment of the Democratic) them most' while in the United points on the Transit Road....... 4.25 i>.m
:: Carolina;: Senators had additionalsums States, elicited the answer, '" Barnum's cir For Savannah and all points North
a ,.. IS FLORIDA A DEMOCRATIC put on for their harbors and Party, and in four years General cus." and West........... .................... 4.25: p.n,.
1 ; (connecting at Callahan.)
Mahone who in 1880 supported the
\::- We occasionally see in some Blaine rivers, but Florida, with a, sea coast Since'the last decennnial census the State For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
democratic nomination for President points on the Florida Central tt
of Texas claims to haveincreased in popula-
t .t ; republican sheet Florida set down asprobably of over 1,000 miles, with a recommendation -: Western Railroad.................... 4.3p.ni.
is found.in 18J4 an active and tion from 1,591,000 in 1880 to 2,250,000 in
: from the Chief of : connecting at Baldwin.)
,. or possibly a republicanState Engineers recognized'lucri of the Republican 1883. There always is,a good deal of wild, Night Passenger Train arrives

i in the November election. for $600,000 to be expended in figuring in localities where populations are From Cedar Key Wildwood and
National Convention.No .
We know of no basis for such an deepening the entrance to Cumber i really and rapidly' increasing but Texas all points on the Transit Road... 8.40 a.m.
matter what the idea may be From Savannah and all points in
shows substantial in
+ : the fact of the election land Sound for something even more a' the North andre ........ .
.:- opinion, except gets a poor $75,000, t. ;. ...... 8.40 a. m
which an independent political positive advance of property valuation from From
: upon Pensacola. Tallahassee
I and
of Mr. Bisbee to the her only Atlantic deep-water harbor; .
Congress to > in the three all points Florida
I rand party starts out it inevitably landsin $311,470,73G $503,000,000: past on Central &
;j last congressional election by the our Senators appear not to have years. If these figures do not lie, they may Western Railroad..................... 8.25a.m.
the bosom of the opposite party.
failure of democratic voters to go to been able to demand that equal jus- be permitted to stand-for the present.Mr. FERXANDINA A.JACKSONVILLE R. R.
i For the most part however much leaves daily, except Sll1tday-
; the polls. Florida is and must be a tice should be given to Florida, or .T. T. Fortune, editor of the New York For Jacksonville......................... 6:00: p.m.
'. dissatisfied men may ,profess theyare Globe, devoted to the interestsof Train arrives daily, except Sunday
democratic State, because it is a had too little influence to effect it. their a newspaper From Jacksonville...................... 8.50 a. m.
'' only asserting independence the negro race' in this country, is labor-
., Southern State with a preponderanceof The average amount allowed by the
of party, they naturally, when organ- ing to show his colored brethren that whatis For Jacksonville ........................ ;.00 p.m.
white population. bill is about 35 per. cent. ; the ized gravitate to the other side. good or i bad for the white laborer is also From Jacksonville.....................10.25 s a. m.

1 r The census of 1880 shows that amount given to Cumberland Sound good or bad for the colored laborer. When SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
It will be so with the so-called From Savannah,Steamer St.Nicholas
r there were then in Florida 142,605of I entrance is 12i J per cent. Surely, it Mr. Fortune succeeds in his task it will makea Tuesday, Thursday and

the white race against 126,090 of seems; to us, that our Senators might independent movement in Florida. very considerable change in the political Saturday.................. ............... 6.00 p.m.
I ,Professing to be comprised of demo- inclinings of some of the Northern States. For Savannah. Steamer St. Nicholas -
t'', colored, giving a preponderance of have had this glaring injustice cor- When citizens take the trouble to Sunday, Wednesday and
crats, it starts by putting a ticket in negro Friday............ ........................ 9.00 a.m.
; x 16,515 of the white race. This fact I rected.if they had made the effort the field before either the democraticor think for themselves and investigate for From Savannah, by the David

,. alone would demonstrate that Florida that other Senators successfullymade themselves they will be divided in opinion Clark, Tuesday and Friday........ 6.00 p.m.
republican nominations are made, among themselves! as other men are. For Savannah by steamer David
had a!large democratic 'majority the for their respective States.Our Clark, Tuesday and Friday ...... 6.00p.m.
and without to whether
,' .' white? people as a rule voting the delegation ought to understandthat waiting see The Post Office'is a fairly good barometerof MALLORY LINE.
they would be acceptable or not. the commercial prosperity of a place. In For New York direct, by steam-
democratic ticket and the colored they are held responsible for
ships State of Texas of
or City
M A A careful reading of the long Japan a kind of bankruptcy prevails and
people] the republican ticket. But failing to obtain what is"demanded preamble the people are unable to postage on San Antonio Thursday evening 7.00 p.m.
r and irrelative resolutions of From New York direct by City of
:we arc{ aware that a general impression by the interests of the State, at least I their letters; hence they have ceased writing San Antonio and State of) Texas,

prevails that the new settlers in : in equal proportion with other the Live Oak conference fails to showa ,I to one another. The Post Office returns for every Friday........ ..........,...... 3.00p.m.

single practical idea or measure February show that the number of letters ST. MARYS RIVEK.
the State are mostly from the North, States. Of what consequence is it Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
which it is proposed to reform or which passed through the post during that
For St. Marys and Crandall Tuesday
the State -
to that its
a and republicans. delegation acquire adopt. month was 208,878 less than the numberfor and Friday........................ 2.00p.m.
f This is a great error. The census influence if that influence is January, and the number of postal For St. Marys and Dungeness, on
The principal point advanced is and ........
cards 699,187 less. This is a astound- Wednesday Saturday 9.35 a. m.
of 1830 shows the nativity of the not made effective in the Senate? very 'For St. :Marys only, Monday and
the Disston sale matter which has
: white. people of Florida to be follows a ing difference and February the month for Thursday................................ 8.00 a.m.
: as -
TIlE PALATKA NOMINATIONS.The long since been concluded and gone valentines too. Is romance dead in that Steamer Martha arrives
out of a native white total of Convention Land of the Rising Sun ? From St. :Marys and Crandall on
Congressional into history.The Monday and Thursday............. 7.00a.m.
y 134,000 : which assembled at Palatka on Tues ideas about free ballot and a Sir Spencer Wells has written to a medi- From St. Marys and Dungeness,

Native born Floridians....................84,678 'nominated the Hon. Charles cal journal concerning the important matterof on Wednesday and Saturday.... 1.00p.m.
day free count embraced in both
etc.yare From St.1ar's:
-, ': Born in Georgia................. ............20,241 Dougherty of Volusia to operating upon, or removing, diseased .......only.......,..Monday........... andThursday. ..... 2.00p.m.
t' : .\" South Carolina...................... 6,834. Congress. democratic and republican platforms. lungs or portions of them. He believes that

I ?l ,,' .- North Carolina......".U.2,792 Mr. Do'ugherty is a' young man of N6thing1:,positive !(.is Assertediri the surgeons- should prepare to meet these operations -

+' ', a *. Alabama.............................. 7,970 much promise! and considerable leg- pfatform, excfcpt a. local: option law practice upon the cadaver and, if

t9 ** Tennessee......... ................... 618 islative and will need beupon living animals. In speakingof
experience, no and a railroad commission. Neitherof
i '; Kentucky............................ 5GG the remarkable experiments in lung ex itOY4
"' doubt, if elected, endeavor to advance these are political questions. The
Louisiana. 409 tirpation by Dr. Biondi, of Naples, Sir Spencer -
** '. the interests of Florida in our local ,law is moral **
Mississippi. 506 option a question, says: Of 66 operations on 63 animals,

g ., ,;' Virginia................. ............ 840 National Legislature. He has youth, and the railroad commission a ques- 36 were followed by recovery; of 57, where

'' .. Other Southern States........... 70S brains and With wise one entire lung was removed, 30 recovered; ROYAL Iowo
? energy. a tion of policy. The members ol ooiuTnYp 0.
and in the six cases where the apices, or only

r Total natives of Southern States.....120,222 discretion, and tact in looking after both political parties are found on one lobe, were removed, all recovered."

the business interests of his con- both sides of these questions.The .
: One hundred and twenty-six thou- The Car Builders' Association has agreed,

: sand two hundred and twenty-two stituents, he can earn a reputation. question after all is, whetherthe subject to the assent of the railroad com-
and born Northern States only 8,680 Mr. W. Williams, of Italia, was people prefer11'. Pope, of Madison panies, to appoint a committee of experts to

s nominated as Presidential Elector for nominated by u small faction take up the question of car couplers and
j <; persons, or, allowing one voter to act upon it finally. The present lack of
this district.
rc five the number of of for Governor to the candidates regu-
,t a persons system among the different railroad companies

r, f .'\ Northern birth would be 1,736 only. THE Madison New Era in its report larly nominated by the State con- in the United States is a reproach to

ventions of railway management. It is neither humane -
respective parties.All
The of settlers
proportions new of the Live Oak conference care-
during the last four would men are entitled to their opin- nor economical to go on killing men
years fully omits thc'names of the delegatesor and wasting time by the use of twenty A1IJIGPOWDER

11'1 probably be about the same as to members, said to be 127, repre- ions and choice. In almost every different kinds of couplers instead of one

}, nativity. The number of persons senting 27 different counties. It State a prohibition ticket is regularly kind. There are plenty of devices which

in Florida in run as an independent ticket and may be adopted which would operate bothas
,,. ,, 1880 born in Southern would perhaps give importance to ,
time savers and life savers. It is to be
States outside of Florida receives the support of a small frac-
was 41,544 the conference if the names were hoped that the railway companies will as-

',u.,,;R ;' against 8,680 I born in Northern I given. Mr: Hughes, of Alachua, we tion of the voters. It pleases them, sent to the appointment of the experts and

I 3 i: States, showing that of the immigration recognize as a republican candidatefor and hurts no one. agree with the car builders in the adoptionof

)into the State about 80 per cent.liadjcome assemblyman in 1880. It has Our independents propose to unite a universal coupler. Absolutely Pure.

r a; : from the South and been with the prohibition issue political POWDER varies. A marvel
i that
:, .. only alleged a large portion of Pos Office Notice. THIS never
.\ 20 cent. from the questions in order to make a drag- puritystrength and wholesomeness.More .
r : per Or in the conferees from Hamilton.
were Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to G:00: P. M. economical than the ordinary kinds

..: other words, four times more South- Give us the names. net, but they seem to forget that a Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. and cannot be sold in competition with the

i sJ to Florida than man may bejn favor of local option and multitude of low test,short weight, alum or
ern'.men came Northern Money Orders Registered Letters from phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.

:: ern))ien.If CHANGES IN TIlE SENATE. pure and simple, but may be opposed 8:00 A. M. to .1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
The terms of 25 United States Senators to 3:30: M.ARRIVAL 33 York.
: to the alternations of railroad P. 106 Wall Street. New
'",: ,, this proportion has continued,
t- expire on the 3d of March next fourteen of AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
+t .-'" anQ'we! know of no reason to the them being democrats and eleven republi commission, etc.* Transit & Peninsular Railroad FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER!

:':. : contrary, the proportion of white cans. The successors::! to four of them have No strong movement was ever Arrives daily except'Sunday........ 4:00 P. )I.

:} population) in Florida must now be been elected, and Allison is the only one founded upon mere,negations or ab Brings mails from the North,the .
who has received Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular FOR SALE CHEAP :
4 c, ';:: ,"ery< much larger'than in 1880, and another term. Williamsof stractions. The independent move railroads.

Kent.uck'will be succeeded by Congressman Closes .......... 6:00
ment in Florida is daily except Sunday. A.M. AND SLABS
q in fact that the increase a mere expressionof ,
; we now
tt .: 'i', Blackburn: Jones of Louisiana by ex- Takes mails for the North, the EDGINGS 10 cents per load.

,y I. been principally of white people. Senator Eustis, and'Pendleton of Ohio by personal discontents, and has no Gulf coast. ,Transit and Peninsular -
R. Between 1870 and 1880 the white 'Payne. Pugh of Alabama, Walker of Arkansas basis for a popular movement It train arrives daily.......... 8:30 A. M; ROUGH LUMBER

; population of the State increased : Call of Florida, Brown of Georgia, is all leadership and no followers ; Brings Western mail only. From $5 to $16 per M ft.,
E : Vest of Missouri Vance of North according to quality.
Carolina, Fernanclma & Jacksonville Railroad-
.t+ J : from 96,057 to 142,695 ; the colored and Hampton of South:Carolina, are certain ,all officers and no rank and file. Arrives daily except Sunday......... ,8:50: A.M. DRESSED LUMBER,$12 to $20 )!.feet.

.t '! A froiii 91,689 to 126,690, .the percentage to' be succeeded 'by democrats. Hill of Brings the river Jacksonville and St.John's per
of increase of white population Colorado, Logan of Illinois, Ingalls of Kan- ITEMS OF INTEREST. Arrives daily except Sunday......... 5.00 P. M. Orders by Telephone promptly attended to.

j ; i 1 being about 50 per cent., and of the sas.Wisconsin Blair ,of Morrill New Hampshire of Vermont, ,Cameron and Slaterof of New wheat has made-its appearance from Closes Brings daily mails except same Sunday.as above.......... 9:00 A.)1.. WILLIAM B. C."DURYEE,

: I colored about 381 per cent. Of the. Oregon, will no doubt have republican Northwestern Texas in the St. Louis mar- Takes the Jacksonville,StJohn's Steam Saw and Planing Mill.

i successors. The seats of Platt of Connecticut, ket. River and Northern mails. Office foot Centre Street. *
: : whole number of colored population Voorhees of Indiana. Jones: of. Nevada, and Closes daily except Sunday........... 5:30: P. M.
ri.it ; in 1880 eight-tenths were located in Lapham of New York will be filled by The population of the United States increases Takes the Jacksonville John's Warranty and Mortgage Deed!

;r ; Legislatures; to be elected this fall, and the at the rate of 32 per cent. every ten river. Northern and Western mails. T INEN PAPER-GO' PER DOZEN11
ten counties. ('TS. -
i, I result will depend largely; upon the presi- years. At this _rate there will be 88,000,000inhabitants Sunday Mail- sent of 2-cent
; : It is therefore quite clear that dential election. It is understood that as the 1000. Jacksonville and St.John's River, upon receipt
; 1 result of the support given to Blaine by in arn.es.....................................10:25 A. M. stamp. AddressFLORIDA MIRROU.
,t :; : Florida has a large democratic majority Cpnkling, Platt, and the faction in New GOCle.eland has vetoed the bill au- Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. }I. 2G Fernandina, Fla.
York, the half breed element will permit the -of New York to contribute Jacksonville, St. John's River and _
1 =p t and is democratic State thorizing City : -
,, a by Conkling to return to the Senate. Collector the North, closes....................... GOO A.M. Fine Printing
t. virtue; of its large excess of whitepopulation Robertson is quoted as authority for such a $50,000 towards the pedestal for the Jacksonville and St. John's River Cards. Bill-

y i ( \. ?< d. statement. John "". )1ackav will endeavorto Bartholdi statue. 'He says such an Act is only, closes.............................. ,4:00: P. x.SASIL. Heads Statements Letter-Heads and Note-Heads description of
colored allow- ,
over even every
succeed Jones
; : ,' as from Nevada. unconstitutional. T. RIDDELL. P. M. Printing neatly executed at this office.t .

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+ '.,:' ,1 ,, GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. : I Assesstor of Tares-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. ;: I Ito:MES.

:l u iM; :, .: "t County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of lleleuut''V. F. Trantham County Judge-M. J. Solomons. : \ County Judge-\. II. Brownell. .
,I United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson.LSheriff Ocala. Clerk-' W. Jeter. i Clerk-T. 11* Pitman.

: 1I 1 LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools--M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.

1, ( Assessor: of Taxes-A. J. \\ Cobb San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
(J j Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Shuler. 'I Collector of Revenue-William Tncker

4c14 1;;: t;,Receiver John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Collector of Rezenue-J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. S.: Baron, Key West. 44se8toroJ Tares-Wm. E. Shuler. Assessor of Toret-J. J. Newton
Malachi Martin Talla-
r t t ; $ \ ;Suneyor-General- derson. Clerk-Peter Schools Dr.T.H.Jackson. I
:; T..Knight,-Key-West. Superintendent of Superintendent of Schools Wlutnell l Cl1rn-
lidssee.J .
{ :' r ; J Superintendent of Sclwols-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George'A. Deraerritt, Key ,West.. ESCAMBIA. WASHINGTON. -
I DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. Assessor of Ta.rC8-Valter C. :\1a one} Jr., ,
County JlUge-y. C. Shackelford. County Judge-Wm. B.
&4' i .; Judye-Thonias Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. Jones.
Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J: E.
% i Jfarshal-J. H. Durkee Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence.ClerkHenry.i' Collector of Ret.'en i-Mason; : S. Moreno, W. H. Hutchinson., P.Skipper.
Sheriff Sheriff-E. Melvin.
''i Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.f.i Key West.
York, Lake Butler.SheriffW. Treasurer J. S. Leonard. Treasurer-Thomas
t R W. Tumblin Starke. Superintendent of'Scliools-J. v:: Harris,Key J. Miller.
:ii INTERNAL: REVENUE. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm 's. Collector nf Ret'C'lwe-John Roche.
#1. + t' 1'{ Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Assessor Tuxcs-George'Reese.. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.

m ..1h r 4r i .",' I 1'.',. COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Horn.
C hJ: Collector 'of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, "Fernan
V :;\; ? John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe: dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

t ;*a.? :: : Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. 1 Superintendent of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel MeLeod, Sr. I County Judge-William Clark.

: i John I;'. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff-John A. EHermann, }Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. t Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.

State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James ::0;. Bowers. Treasurer. P. Richards.
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.'j...;.,.', Point. Collector of Rez'C'llUearreJl F. Scott, Fer-. Collector of Ib.1e1ltteB.. McLeod. Collector of Ret'e1we-Jo1 P. Atkins
't .Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. I Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Sc/wols-L. W.Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent: of Schools-\\ G. Cox well
'Got'CTnor-'Vm. D. Bloxham Tallahassee.
Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham. Callahan.
W. Bethel -
.t : Li.eulel&tlnt-Guvertwr-LivingstoJl County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, :Fernan-
Key West. Collector of Re1enue-D. W. McQuaig. Bre dina. THE: : CELEBRATED
f ; Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal-
ward County. ORANGE COUNTY.

lahassee.1 Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.- Superintendent of Schools-:M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando., WOOTOlNrDESKS.

;: ,,4 t : Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. f
{ CLAY COUNT Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Orlando.
Attorney-General George 1'. Raney, Tallahassee. -,
f County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jamess M. Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT OFFICE

C Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector. I APPLIANCE*\
;, Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of RC1ellue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.

:; Superintendent of Public Instruction K.. Sheriff James W. DeWitt. Green Cove San ford. I --

.1 -.- ';, \' Foster Adjutant-General, Tallahassee. Yonge, Tallahassee Springs.Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Superintendent Reid. of Schools-John T. Beeks. 1r11.!! EVERYBODY DELIGHTED

N t, Collector of Revenue-A.. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
; .i'f v ; .1 : .' (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Middleburg.Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, .Tudge Clerk-of W.Prolate F. Forward-U. Harrison, Palatka., Palatka.

COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
1 Clerk R. C. Tallahassee.
1 W. M. Ives Jr. Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
County Judge- ,
r i Drew Astor No. 8 Flat Top.
1' Special Agent-Columbus Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Rercnuc-Joseph Price. Why use Desks Qf ordinary
I : 'Building I Sheriff J. ,Yo Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. construction when, for slight

I ,:: SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. additional cost

: 1; Chief Justice.-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. you can have

;I '' Associate''Justice-3. 'Vestcott.jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent Schools-JuliusPotsdamcr, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improve

I ] Lake City. Shcriff=Green B. Weaver, Perry. ; ; ',-:- ments? Awkward closets and

Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. side drawers done away with.

f ; Jacksonville. County Judge William A. :McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner We substitute revolving

,.... : : Clerk.-C. II: Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry.: < which cases.
swing with
CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. a slight

"s' First Circuit-Augustus. E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox.Perry. vj ) e .-4'I' 'I --- touch of the hand, and are

I ,'t sa.cola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- Collector of 'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. e L, I --_ ,- thus enabled to furnish double

.0', Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson. G + 'ral, 1 I I"a I = the space generally given on
I Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown,
:t ST. JOHN'S: COUNTY. each side; 'and when cases are
fl Third Circuit, E.J.,Vaunt Madison. Jacksonville. ., 4iHl-
> County Judge-M.. R. Cooper, St. Augus- w the whole
+. 4' Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker: Jackson- i Superintendent of Scliools-Albert J. Rus- tine. = open, interior H
,ville. sell Jacksonville. -' Hooded with light and all
Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
;, Fifth Circuit-Thomas' P. .King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached with-

",: ville.' County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offeredjfor selection, and applied to
't Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Caldwell '
a Clerk-J. Jasper. .
Archer Cocke Sanford the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks. ,r ;
Circuit W. ,
: Sheriff Sampson Jasper. Collector of Ret.'mue-Joseph F. Llambias,
Assessor of Taxes-J. Mi Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

,', : Court Calendar.FIRST Collector of Rltenue-'V. H. H. MeLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, A TaEWOOTON::

o j n 'I r Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine.
.I CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
SUMTER COUNTY. Cabinet Office Secretary.The .
: Fall Term- Jasper.
< -,< 'If r .:, : Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO: COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele Leesburg,
: Walton 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Le sburg.
W. L. Frierson Brooks-
County Judge- ,
,,;, Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th r $0% .:.' in October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. most spacious and elegant desk ever pre

: Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Collector of Retentte-Jo ('ph Hutchinson, t I sented to the business public. One hundred and

is '....' in October. Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- Sumterville. J[? ,, ten compartments as shown in cut all under
''r' Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Superintendent of Schools-A. H. lIel ven- $I Ir
L for Merchants
ville.Collector ston, Sumterville. @j one lock and key. Especially adapted -

"' .. 4r' .r ":,' October.Escambia. 1st Monday in December. ville. of Revenue-F.M.Hedich, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. ,ate --Q n Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials

t This amended section 2 of act of February M.C. Russell i and Professional generally.
t Superintendent of Schools-A. County Judge-M. M.: Blackburn, Live n a
:; "I; ::10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Dade.
t ;, ; Spring Term. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak. vr'wu. a" !j
11 i ;:.. THIRD CIRCUIT.
{ Sheriff John'RSessions Live Oak.
I + ?,.. Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane; Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G,W.Umsted; 'Vel born. 1Vooton Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
$ "n '\ ,: i. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Collector of Ret'enue-'Vilson H. Sessions,
i+.+ Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa.
:K, :, Madison, 2d :Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Welborn.Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,

1 Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Live Oak.

a Su wance, 1st Monday after 4th1onday: Tampa.Superintendent. VOLUSIA COUNTY. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., U. S. A.
:'r! in April. of Schools-W.P. Henderson
', Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th :Mondayin Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

':" April. JEFFERSON.: prise.ClerkJohn. SEWING MACHINES.

;' 4' .>- .Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday: County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. W. Dickins, Enterprise.
W. A. Cone
: : in April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, :Monticello.. Sheriff Enterprise. ..
Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges Glen < '
: Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello.
'1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Schools-W. R. Taylor Cove. -: '.. E 1
Taylor of ,
I' 'a ; .' October. :Monticello.Superintendent Collector of RcteflUe-P. N. Bryan, Glen ..' .'- .. RUN >

i Madison, Mondav in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Cove. '. ', ,-' '! '
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, t,: ... ;/

Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Re1enue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- Enterprise. <, '
.* t'! .. Columbia, Monday: after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

'1 October. keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood Crawfordville.
:' Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA

.I ;'r't ? in October. County Judge--W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E.. Y. Watts,
Spring Term New County Trea'surer- W. Walker, Craw- TO'VN
Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, Troy. EWjOJe
2d in March. fordville.
St. John's Tuesday
t Sclwol8-J.C.RamseyNew
it" A4 : Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Troy. Collector of Rez'enue-R. C. :McMillan,Craw- Fernandina
Bradford 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. '
County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
', ,_ Baker 2d Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, 'Craw-
Troy. Towns R. R. Line
a in fordville. on
i Nassau, 3d Tuesday April. Collector of -Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. SANTA ROSA.
\ Old Town. And. Cedar Key.
s Fall Tt.Tm- Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.
t St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.

t '' :;; Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. LEON COUNTY. Treasurer- Robinson.
rf Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Ret'efme-'V. J. Williams.
County Judge-'Vm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
.' Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
s' : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October.Duval Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. r
Clerk-C. A. Tallahassee.
t ,, 1st Tuesday in November. Bryan, number of the most eligible and desirable
:! Superintendent of Schools-Henry POLK.

(r" t ,.,. ; Spring Term- Tallahassee.Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. 'County Clerk-S.Judge J. Pearce.-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
in :March.
Sumter 3d Monday
Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-
Sheriff W.M. Bowen.
I i' r- Marion 4th Monday in March. hassee. City or Suburban Residences,
.x after 4th in Treasurer-F. F. Beville.
3d Monday
Putnam, Tuesday
e Assessor of Taxcs-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Rez'enue-J. D. Filles.' A t
\ March. f
;: Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes ':"W. H.Johnson. ,,rN Ali
March. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary.DADE. ., r.
t : .. Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to 4 'J Tat
h $ March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
i 1 h7}! l'; :\ Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- e

: i. Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-B. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner.

: Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key., Sheriff Wm. M. :Mattaur. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan.
Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
f Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November.
..r;:. Levy, 4th Tuesday November. hall,,Bronson., Collector of Rel'entle-"m. H. Benest. ,erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
Assessor of Taxes -Wm. H. Benest.
y-4. : ,Alachua, 1st Monday. after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY.

/ -s .,. November.' County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- JACKSON. residence, or in which to conduct their

j4 : ; SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
tl I Spring Term- son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore Madison. business.INDUCEMENTS.
I Clerk-Frank Philips. ; :
j = Orange, 4th Monday in January. Clerk-John M. Beggs, :Madison Slteriff-Andrew Scott. RfIGULA

t. Volusia, 3d Monday February. Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Heam. : TO MANUFACTURERS pA NEVER
It ,jBrevard, 1st Monday in March. :Madison. Collector of Ret'enue-John B. Anderson. PrIM rif'i

Dade, 3d Monday in April. County Trea..t'urer-S. S. Smith Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W.'B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from OUTOrORDER.NO .
,' ,Fall Term- Collector of Re1enueB. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J.'Erwin. )1As -
I; i Orange: 2d Monday in August. Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and ;

{ ,.'b.a' Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad FRANKLIN. NVl GI I IsZ
't Brevard, 4th'Monday in September. ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to 1

l'' i' ,Dade, 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins.Sheriff CHAS. W. LEWIS, ,
.: *i Jfe< : ; : S. A. Fernandina. 30 UNION SQUARE
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. 'Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. Rp : t.APll9'
uw'er-n. H. Porter.
Officers.I P
k fpif : County Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, :Manatee. o F.
Collector of Rerenne-George A. Patton. ILL. MASS. GA-
I ALACIIOA. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
\ Assessor of Taxes" F. Parrish, Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. TOR SALE BY
+ I County tlge-Junius C. Gardner, Gainesville :
Superintendent of Schools-Henry. C. Hicks. ,.
town. .
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F ': Clerk-J..A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Ret'enue-\1arion: G. Carlton, GADSDEN. -: -- f fi
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i'Assessor of Taxes-S. II. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. ,, ... :. ;' .., ,,'.
I ville.j Pine Level., t.' ,,"', ., .;5p. .:.. :: -:-::. '. Persons visiting New York for health,business
4 i .1 Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell. ? -i, i i. ,: ,?;' or pleasure will find first-class accommodations at
( 1 r j j Colleetorof Revenue-Hi C. Dentori, Gaines-; MARION COUNTY. Treasurer-A.: Smith. j: .;;, .(" -' -"" 3IIIXEIVS: HOTEL. Location central, near

,i Ville. County Judge-Samuel F. :Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Ret'entleTI.1.Iorgan.: elevated and horse cars. Nice rooms,excellent
t .tt I t : Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul."'"" : : table, moderate prices; Turkish Electric ana
Sheriff( A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison.: I Roman baths. Address DR. E.P.3IILLEP.,39and : :
F"mesV1l1e. 41 West Twenty-Sixth St., New

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; CITY TAX SALE. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. RAILROADS. For information respecting routes: rates, Arrive at Thomasville; daily at...... '6:45: a m

OTlht t IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT .. etc.,, apply to General Ticket Office, F ernan- Arrive at Albany daily at.............11:30 a m
described real estate will dina or to the Conipany's offices in Jacksonville. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 a m
N fallowing IME CARD II. .
the; auction the 7th of Arrive at New Orleans daily at':.....10:10 a m
on day JL
be old at! public of the Court House OF THE Arrive at Nashville daily at............ 8:10 a m
l8SliJ: i.)in front the county of Nassau, or so atSrnandina. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA FLORIDA RAILWAY& YIGATM COMPASY. FLORAL CITY; ROUTE., Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m

be the Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
such thereof as will herein necessary: to pay 19th CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION., Arrive at St. Louis daily at............ 7:50 a m ,
for taxes set opposite to In Effect May 1884.
.mintintsdne: Inland Steamboat Co. Arrive ............
a e:. to,;ether with costs of safe and ad- (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) at Chicago daily at. 7:00 a m
the l san TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. WESTWARD. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this
v crtiSi11:: I No. 1. No. 3. Train to Chattanooga via Jesup.
---. t a (FEENANDINA' CEDAR KEY.) Accom. Mail. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville

J\i A'EB. LOT ;, AMO T. NO HE'AT-NO'DUST I! (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Leave Jacksonville....... 8.35 m 5.55 p m to Savannah.
; t Arrive Baldwin .......:.... 9.12 a m 8.03 p m Pullman Palace'Buffet and Drawingroom

.. -BUT- GOING SOUTH. Leave Baldwin.......:... 9.18 am 7.45p m Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.
-IlradlcY. cwton............ t........... 77i: 4 01 Day Pas. Ft Pas. Lake City.........10.44 a 111 11.04 p m I Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
:: ncrt. ((0., ') .. 3........... 2 85 A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque A.M. P.M. "L'IveOak..llAO a m 1.30 m ville to Savannah.
Miss p
Cal .................
"i. ........... ). 85 Leave Fernandina. 6.40 4.25 "
01 ''' Madison ...........: 1.08p m 3.45 am Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to
.1 !.. ...1 G........... 2 1 91DCl1cfic1 Sea Islands. .Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.10 5.03 Monticello........ 1.40pm, 5.30am Louisville via Thomasville.A .
l. ....... ...... 0......... 40 11 75 Arrive Callahan..................... 7.55 6.04 ,Arrive Tallahassee 3.25 p m 8.14 a m Restaurant has been opened at Way-
< tun. Leave Callahan..................... 8.05 6.30
Island -- :
(G. ( Leave TallahaSsee......... 3.33 8.40 cross, and abundant time will be allowedfor
1)orcer City Lodgc, )................. ,->........... 25 ./. 29 Leave Dutton...... ............ ..... 8.35 7.05 Quincy ......_..... 4.35 p pIll m 10.30 a a m m meals by all passenger trains.
Leave ............ 8.50
ft. LEA :PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE Bl'3ndy.Branch. 7.22 '
,6GG a Arrive
JL n. Chatta. River5.45 12.23 Connecting at Savannah with steamers
1' m
:& p am by
F. T road-bed.. 40 40 Arrive Baldwin..................... 9.10 7.47 New York
tracks Philadelphia Boston and Balti-
main 7.205! ft. -- Leave Baldwin...................... 9.20 8.30 EASTWARD.No. ,
P 'f ti l 11 h.road.bed 36 9lr Leave Maxville....:............... 9.47 9.00 No. 4. more.
and Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor
sidetrack}rank.............. 14......... 33 3 88 TIlE STEAMER Leave Highland...................10.07 9.25 Accom. :\IaiJ.LeaveChatt'chee New York Philadelphia and Baltimore.
]Iuglres' ...................... River.10.30 a m 1.30 p m
Leave 10.20 9.45
R.F'............... N -l O..... 5" 7 49lloux Lawtey- Through Tickets sold to all points by'Railand
.. .
Itobinson Quincy .... ....11.52am
Leave Temple's...... .............10.36 3.15pm
'.>.. .. .. ad' ; 10.14
,S. (HliG).......... 1. .. 9 4 2'J! Steamship connections, and Baggage
G. Arrive Tallahassee........
Leave Starke........................10.42 10.25 12.55 p m 4.50 p in
.. &1 {(1382)).......... I"......... (i.1.\ 3 fi8 Leave Tallahassee ...... 1.05 5.20 Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
m m
Thurston..........It.10.54 p p
II .1 ((1881)).......... 12......... 10 93 Leave 10.43 and sections secured at Company's office inAstor's
.. .. .. .... Arrive Waldo.......................11.14 11.15 Monticello1.40pm 6.30pm
((1881))....... 25. 91. 2150 Building 84 Bay street and at De-
Madison ...........
....................... .3.43pm 9.55pm
.. .a ((1881)).......... 18.......... 21 50 Leave Waldo. 11.25 1.15P. Live Oak............ 5.00 pm 12.10 a m pot Ticket Office, and on board People's.Line .
.. .. (1853)).......... I')......... n" 1\3 )1. Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCIJEE
( i.1 Lake City-......... 6.02 pIn 2.30
., Leave Gainesville................12.10 2.10 : a m '
.. .......... 25..6 13 2B and JEXME LANE.
Arrive Baldwin........... 5.38am
Arredondo.......:..........12.28 2.36 7.39pm
.. ,. .......... 18......... 13 72Scott. Leave JAS. L. TAYLOR
G Leave Baldwin........... ............ ............ ,
Leave Palmer........ ...............12 41 2.55
)1. C..................... S 8...... 40 4 51rilliamson ST. NICHOLAS Arrive Jacksonville....... 7.35am General Passenger Agent.A. .
Leave Archer........................1255 3.17 8.23pm
)1. J........... 6............ 22 G 50Unknn. Trains 1 and 2 M. IVES, Agent.
Leave Bronson............ .......... 1.44 4.00 daily ; Trains and 4 will
; I
......... ...........213..2 1 2 30 FERNANDINA EVERY MON-
run west of Tallahassee but
... ....1 5 19 LEAVES Friday mornings. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.24 4.45 will Sundays,

..................... 7........... 2 2 3t' Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of Leave Rosewood ................... 3.04 5.25 t Only run line Mondays.with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto BOOTS, AND SHOES.

.. ................. ... 8........... 1'; 7 5.3 Lincoln street, every Sunday and Thursday Arrive Cedar Key................. 3.30 6.00 Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers ,

.. .:.....4 5t mornings, at 8:30: o'clock, standard time. GOING NORTH. Jacksonville to New Orleans daily. &&-TIIE NEW STOnE.- & I

.;................... !9........... 17 2 30 Day Pas. M Pas. prTake the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, I :

". ..................... N 7..... 17 1 78 For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO A.M. P.M. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida

............ ........ 1........... 19 1 58 Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.35 6.40 Central and Western Division.ST. :B \ W. F. WOOD Jr. \
.. ..................... 2........... 19 2 30I I Leave Rosewood................... 8.07 7.15 S

.. .....................14.. ........ 19 1 58 : Points iu Florida, Cuba, Jlexico, Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.38 8.00 MARK'S BRANCH.

..................... lu......... 19 1 58 :Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 8.45: (TALLAHASSEE MARK'S. O \ Proprietor, \ EIC

.1 ..................... 16......... 19 158 apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull Leave Archer.............;......... 9.45 9.25 Leave Tallahassae......TO....ST............... )8.00am,

4. ..................... 13..........19 158 and Bryan streets, Savannah. Leave Palmer .......................10.01 9.50 Arrive Wakulla............................. 9.05 a m > .r

.II. ..................... 2.3 3 35 Brunswick passengers either way will be Leave Arredondo...................10.15 10.40 Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30 a m C> ,
., I;..................... 40 3 98 transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. :Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.45 Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a. m : -

.. ,..:....................5..S 4 257 Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.23 12.40A. Arrive Wakulla-..........................10.25 a in -JI: : :a: : ,
.................... 2.57
4 will be at risk of consignee.F. M. Arrive
... .
., i. Tallahassee.... ...........11.30 a 111
I.................... .52 7 10 W.. SIMMONS, Agent, Leave Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 -
.. ,(Old'fown)..... 8 1 G5 Fernandina, Fla. Leave Thurston...................11.56 2.30) CONK E"TIONS. S S.. ,
IO( :,!Town)..... 5.......... 11 1 52 : ,C.'. WILLIAMS, Gen. Agt, Leave Starke...............:....:.....12.30 2.47 I r ;' I Ii'
.. Town ..... 8........... 2 S3 At Jacksonville, with Wa) cross 'Line for : ANDS
10ht ) 1 t- Savannah Ga. Leave Temple's ....................12.37 2.57
.. all points North and East with the Fernan-
Old Town.12..1-I 152 ; .
.( ) J. N. HARRIMAN Manager. P. )1.
dina & Jacksonville
Leave Lawtey.._..............i.....12.58 3.23 Short Line for Fernan- SJI 1
C. J. WESTBERG, Leave Highland.................... 1.14 3.45 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on

!\ City Tax Collector. THE SUN. Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. -: : :a
At Baldwin with Florida
Transit .
Ferilandtlna,_Fla., June 10, 1884.I Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 & Pen- c
Division for Gainesville Ocala
.-:- Leave BaldwIn...................... 2.05 5.40 Fer- .,
SHERIFF'S SALE. NEW i YORK, 1884. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 6.00 nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. C> C> ,
At Live Oak with the Savannah Florida
VIUTUfi; OF AN EXECUTION IS- Leave Dutton......................... 2.40 6.15 .
million of TIlE SUN & Western Railroad.At .
BY out of the Circuit Court, Fourth ABOUT sixty copies Arrive Callahan..................... 3.10 6.60 Fernandina
out of establishment Tallahassee 'with St. Marks Branch p \ j- EIB L
Judicial Circuit, in and for the county of gone our Leave Callahan..................... 3.18 7.10 ,
during the past twelve months.If Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- _
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.05
Nassau, Florida, in favor of Sylvania W.
end end all the .
to urdays.At
Jones, administratrix of the estate of John columns you of were all to THE paste SUNS printed and sold Arrive Fernandina................. 4.38 8.40 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa : \ Cor. Centre & Third. \ Sjtir'TIIE

1)).Jones, deceased, and against William K. last year you would get a continuous .#59- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-

Souttcr, executor of the estate of James strip of interesting information, common Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. sacola, Mobile :Montgomery New Orleans,

Soutter, deceased, I will offer for sale and sense wisdom, sound doctrine, and sane Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, NEW STonE. ;
tell in front of the Court-House of said wit long enough to reach from Printing and Northwest, and with all boats for Apa- <-

county, in the city of Fernandina, Florida, House square to the top of Mount Copernicus DIVISION. lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula.
on the first Monday in July, 1884, all the in the moon', then back to Printing (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUEG.) The Shortest. Quickest and Best Route to Professional and Business Cards.

rights, title'and interest of the heirs, legateesor House square, and then three-quarters of GOING all points 'Vest.Through --==

representatives of said James T. Soutter, the way back to the moon again. SOUTH.Day Pas. M Pas. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths W. BAUKNIGI1T !'
deceased, in and to the following lands and But The Sun is written for the inhabitantsof P.M. A.M. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, ,

tenements, real t estate situated and being in the earth ; this sanie strip of intelligencewould Leave Waldo..........................12.01 1.00 and at new office southwest corner of Bay AGENT,
the county of Nassau State of Florida, and girdle the globe twenty-seven or Leave Dixie...............;.......12.22 1.30 and Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,

designated upon the maps or public surveysas twenty-eight times. Leave Hawthorne............. ...12.38 1.53 A. 0. MAcDONELL, AND STOCK DEALER, .
Section ((15)) fifteen, Township ((1)) one, If every buyer of a copy of The Sun duN Leave Lochloosa..................12.58 2.23 Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, BUTCHER ANDDealer
North, Range,3: East. Purchaser to pay for ing the past year has spent. only one hour :Leave Orange Lake................ 1.22 2.53 Fernandina Fla. in Ice

title. JOHN A. ELLERMANN, over it, and if his wife or his grandfatherhas Leave Sparr's........................ 1.38 3.12 C. W. MAXWELL, I
Sheriff Nassau County. spent another hour this newspaper in Leave Anthony Place............ 1.51 3.28 Master of Transportation TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY,

Fcriiandina, Fla.. May 31, 1884. 18S3 has afforded the human race thirteen Leave Silver Spring............... 2.25 I' Baldwin, Fla. BROOM STREET WHARF

SHERIFF'S SALE. thousand years of steady reading day and Leave Ocala............................ 2.45 4.20 D. E. MAXWELL 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.t-
night.It Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.28 5.10 General Superintendent, ,
TYi OF AN EXECUTION ISsued i is only by little calculations like these Arrive Oxford........................ 3.45 5.29 Fernandina Fla. .
D on* of the Circuit Court, Fourth that you can form any idea of the circula- Leave Wildwood................... 4.00 5.50 JAMES McGIFFIN,

JudicialCirAjit Nassau in and for the county of tion of the most popular of American news- Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.35 6.30 Savannah Florida and Western AND BUILDER,
: Florida, in favor of Noah S. Green, papers, or of its influence on the opinionsand CONTRACTOR
eseciitorof the estate GOING NORTH.
of Avanah Green, deceased and
and.U :lin William H. Soutter. administrator actions of American men women. A.)1. P.M. RAILWAY. Alachua Street, between Second and Third,

of the estate of James T.Soutter, The Sun is, and will continue to be, a Leave Leesburg....................:. 6.50 5.35 .

da-eased, I .will offer for sale and sell in newspaper which tells the truth without :Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 6.35 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All FERNANDINA, FLA.

front of the Court House of said county, in fear of consequences, which gets at the Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 6.53 Orders and estimates from a distance care-
facts no matter how much the process costs, ....... 7.49 trains of this road Central
the city of Fernandina, Florida, on the first Leave Lake Weir Station. 7.17 are run by fully attended to. 25-tf
Monday in July, 1884, all the rights, title which presents the news of all the world Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.29 I ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes .
and interestof: the heirs legatees or repre- without waste of words and in the most Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 slower than Jacksonville time.

M-ntatives of said James T. Soutter in and to its readable heart shape for the which is of working honest with all Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.19 A. T. BARNHILL & SONS, .,:

the! following lands and real (estate lying and which therefore cause believes that government the- Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.39 ON and after Sunday, May 11, 1884. Pas-
and being in the county of Nassau. State of Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.03 Trains will leave and arrive as Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,
Republican must and in the
Florida, and described on the official maps party go go Leave Lochloosa10.02 10.43 follows:

or surveys jis till N W of X E 1, S E of coming If year know of The our Lord, 1884.like it Leave Hawthorne................10.23 11.15 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. FERKAXDI.A, FLA.,

X E I andS; W I of X 'V !'of Section ((1)) and you will read it Sun with you accustomed already dili-, Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:30 a m i
one, Township ((1)) one N, R 23E. Purchaserto you and what is be A.M. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a m Blacksmiths (Gun and Locksmiths ,
pay for tiilo.j gence profit during sure to Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Callahan daily at!........... 9:15 a m I t .
the most in its If ,
I I j JOHN A. ELLERMANN. you do not interesting yet know year The Sun history.it is high T aS*Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Waycross daily at...........11:01 a m Carriage and Shipsmiths.
I Sheriff Nassau County. time in the sunshine. Night Passenger daily: Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 3:17 p m I II
get "
Fcrnandinb_. Fla., May: :n, 1884. you Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10 p m I
Chattahoochee at.
F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at daily p m REPAIRING
SICERIFF'S SALE. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........11:45 p m rates. {
JAND BY VIRTUE OF AN TERMS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.The Arrive at Mobile daily at. a m Orders for SIGN: and CARRIAGl) PAINTING -
U cXl'Cution'issuoo out of the Circuit GOING SOUTH. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m
Court Fourth Judicial Circuit, for Nassau several editions of The Sun are sent Leave Fernandina...................... 6.00 p. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- will be promptly attended tp, one of

County, in ajsuit in said Court determined, by mail, postpaid, as follows : Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.36 p. m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa the members of the firm being a firstclassPainter. ;
Wherein J. C.!Read plaintiff and John 0. DAILy-50 cents a month, $6 a year; witliSunday Arrive Jacksonville.......... ...... 7.40 p. m. cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- 23

Donald defendant) I have levied upon and edition $7.SusD.YEight GOING NORTH. Mississippi points. Pullman Buffet and

will sell at public: auction, in front of the pages. This edition furnishes -- Leave Jacksonville...................... 7.10a.m. Sleeping Cars 011.this train, Jacksonville to

Court.lfousiii; the city of Fernandina, (luring the current news of the world spe- Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.12 a. m. Pensacola, Mobile and New.Orleans. C. C. STRATTON & CO.,
the legal hours'' of sale, on the first cial articles of exceptional interest to every-- Arrive Fernandina.................... 8.50a.m.

-Monday in August, being the fourth day'of body, and literary reviews of new books of JfSS- Trains daily except. Sunday. Leave Jacksonville FAST daily MAIL.at.......... 2:30 p m
said: the highest merit. $1 a OF MACON GEORGIA
month, tjh" following described lands, year. SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 p m ,
levied upon iis the property 'of John 0. WEEKLY-$1 a year! Eight pages' of the Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.00p.m. Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p m
Ronald : E t: (#f'NE J of NE }, Section 30, best matter of the daily issues; an Agricul- Arrive Fernandina...................10.25 a. m. Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 5:05 p m MADE THE DIODE BRO'S
tural of ,
Township 2 N, Range 25 E; E i of Section cial market Department and unequaled value scientificand spe- Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m HAVE Fla., the author-
'. Township :2 N, Range 25 E-220 acres reports, literary .... ...........
Arrive Jacksonville
Lots ; domestic intelligence make The Weekly ;; 6.25p.m. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m ized Agents to contract for the sale of their
; in
and 8; Block G, Callahan; S 4 of Sun the for the farmer's house- Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m
Svr! ,4- S iof NE J, W i of NW i, NE i newspaper CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Washington. D.C.daily: atll:00 p m
hold. To clubs of ten with extra
$10, an
J JN? J, Section 3, Township 2 N, Range 25 BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES. .
'free. Address, Arrive at New York daily.at.......... 6:30 a m
:135!; acres, more or less : also, fractional copy
at Waycross with Through
SW Section I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting -
u>acres Township 2 N, Range 25 E-- The Sun, New York City. With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room Parties wishing to purchase will get all information -
more or less:. Sleeping Cars Waycross to New York with- as regards prices; from them. .
Terms cash for title. ship Line from New York on Tuesday,.and .
purchaser paying
out change. of different qualities and styles
JOHN for New York on Thursday.With .
JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. be seen at the office of -
Sea Island Route from and to Savan- can
CountFl'rnandina '
: pa.Sheriff June 28 Nassau 1884. .\ nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonville! daily at........... 5:30 p m MODE BRO'S, ,...'
-____ ;- SEWANEE, TENN. CALLAHAN. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 am 26 Fernandina.

lu the Circuit. Court Fourth Judicial To and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:20 p m '
i'r and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive Waycross daily at.......... 9:00 pm CURTIS _; I
( uit, ;.Xnssall County, MAY; .- 1884. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.15 p m ,", ,
Florida. BALDWIN, FLA., Leave Newnansville daily 'izt........ 6:57 p m ESTATE AGENTS, .
JANE )L. )MOORE To and from Jacksonville Tallahassee, Leave New Branford daily at-...... 8:20 p m REAL -
} DIVORCE. HOTEL NEWLY BUILT AND and all points South, West, and Northwest, Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.48 p m ,

JJEnXI\"s TIllS daily. ............12:10
MOORE j will be opened on the 1st of Arrive at DuPont daily at. a m negotiated Exchanges -
June for the recepti6u of Summer Visitors. AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Albany daily at............. 2:25 a m Loans procured,Mortgages

IT filed APPEA1UXG that Berniah, FROM Moore the AFFIDAVIT defendant Situated on the Cumberland plateau, in the To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup.daily at................11:05 p m Mill Sites effected., Town Lots from 25 feet to 4

............ 7:00am
resides hl' domain of the University of the South and AT Arrive at Macon: daily .
:l Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
Florida so yon that< the limits of the state of within six miles of the Southern Chautauqua With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:25 p m acres, .
: for sale.N.B."St.
served Ordinary process cannot be at Mont Eagle. it offers unusual at- Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m acres,
der esi that upon|) Jim l ; now", therefore, it is or- tractions for Summer Visitors. AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Nashville daily at-......... 1:25 a m )Iarv's. having been selectedas

charred ln a l1arifg| hj had upon the facts The passenger trains on the Nashville & With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi

filed.1IJ above roifllaina's: bill of complaint, Chattanooga: Railroad connect AT CO WAX West and Havana every Saturday: for New Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at........ 7:00 a m Canal (under the survey made for Govern-

(lay 1U October,titCtl cause i on the first )1on- with the Tracy City Railroad to Sewanee. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m ment by General Gillmore), charters' for the

J id.xt.. #Sr! The charges will be-per day, $2.00; Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20pm construction of which having been granted
J un920th I lp 91E8. M. BAKER, Judge. pe'r week, 10.00 ; per month, $40.00 ; for the every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:30 a 111 by the United States Government and the
---.. t') : : 31-3m season, (three months), per month, $35.00. Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m Legislatures of Georgia and Florida lands, a large
value of
; ;For lent. for arid from Key West, l1ondaand Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m increase in the adjacent" may
A store and !lwelling.Qn Centre street. AddressUNIVERSITY HOTEL CO., Thursday r Tampa and Manatee/Mon- Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a m be confidently looked for. (See. New York
tf ........ 5:30 Sun, 27- -83.) ,
York at.
[Apply to J. A. ELLEEMAXS 29 Sewanee, Tenn. day and'Friday. Arrive at New daily p

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J ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The vestrymen of St. Peters Episcopal Lumber Shipments. 'Vegetable Shipments this TFeeJc. ,

+,c I, Church have made a contract for ,the movinsr The statement made in our last issue in Per steamship City of San -1lltoni-1157 <,, ,,

4 i .1" i j' i, of the old church building on to the reference to the lumber shipments from this' crates vegetables and 7000 watermelons.Per .

k;J 1 .. ,.[., ';;! E!ifS.VO A YEAR; J.OO FOR SIX MONTHS lot of the new church, adjoining the latterin port for the month of June was incorrect.The steamship City of Palatka-2348 crates
I. the rear. Their purpose is to convert it total shipment for ,June was 3.856,000 vegetables, 1900 squash, 1200 watermelons.Per ,
1 i'' : Reflection into a parish school building.The feet, of which ,;856,000 feet were shipped steamer St. Nicholas-2225 crates vege-

; steamship San Antonio which sailed coastwise, and 1,000,000 feet to foreign ports. tables, 400 melons. 'VONDERFULHOOPER
::: ; 'y i Nearly all the stores were closed yesterday. '
for New York early yesterday morning, ,This is an excellent-.showing consideringthe
.. : The following table has been furnished us
: : ; The City Council did not meet on Wednesday carried the following cargo : 1,157 packages depressed condition of the lumber mar- ;
R. M. Henderson undertaker: ,
by ,
'%r ;; last. vegetables, 7,000 watermelons, 841 bbls. ket.

.' :;. >1 in decked in rosin, 113 bbl8.spirits turpentine, 432 cases :
?' The shipping port'was gaily The Bereaved. . .. + bf I
: : NNt.7Nr-rrr:: :: .:: :: FORCE
; cedar 350 cedar feet of lumber, : : : : : : : ... .. ... oacncl000N: :;) 1 PUMP.THE .
:;1 bunting yesterday. logs 16,000 Lines suggested by,a visit to the beautiful I'I

i f' 4 Mr. Chas. ,A. Choate, of Tallahassee, was 84 packages merchandise, and two horses. memorial erected by his brother to ,the .. .. .. .. .. .....--......--..>-.. ...-

aq in the city this week. The valuable sawmill property at St.Mary's memory of AtGUST;: BENEKE, at SL Mary's.Georgia. :.. .:. :.. :. :.. --, -(1).c.:- tr.;: -__a.-.. _--I BEST
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Ga., lately known as the North : -UI fq RQy
Gipt. J. F. Tucker, of Hernando county, : 0 _0 '' I
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1 ,'', : : -', paid'our city a flying visit on Sunday last River Mills of Fox & Burns, comprising a, I come In the darkness of night, : :. :. :. Zo--0.. t" ....=-.;..,-...,.,.-.1- <: ''II W'ELLPUPfADK

j site of some eight acres, with a water front- And bend low where thy form is entombed ; ,: : : :a ? -= ::: -< I
; City Tax-Collector Westberg will, on next :. :. :: .To '< :; .to.;. ;"" ....MR .>..... UNEQUALEDFOR
of hundred feet St. I in the freshness of .
some eight on come light,
age :) :
y 2t:.'7 2! (1) I ::::
-y Monday, sell the property of delinquent tax- Mary's river, has been placed in the hands Yet here in this presence is gloom.I :... :... ... -0oorn C .-.. .,... -.0.. -=-.si.: : ;::.;: ..0.....

:I ::. payers of 1883. of Mr. Alex. Curtis for sale. The property come in the fullness of day, .. .:. .:. OQoo 0-300: :) -"* -: sgs: 0", I. C SPRINKLING GARDENS,
'r While the 'mid their : : o'3i.--o: >
throng pleasures by oF- :5.2
The Nassau Light Artillery fired a go ; :
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offers a valuable.opportunity for investmentin :. :. :. .
I 0.0"I
: list for the sound of thy voice, ,0 ETC
; national salute the base ball
: ground -
on .
yesterday a well-known lumber region, and an : : : 0. : :
Xo answer will come but my sigh. : : : : : : : : : c,. : : :
morning. section. I . . .: \ rot;
: eminently healthy : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 6

i '; \ r.A. large excursion party from Darien, Ga., Surf fishing has superseded the excur-. Ah Such! here a thronging in this hallowed memories, spot, come : ; ; ; : .; zc;..> ::i A :MINIATURE

; arrived here on Tuesday evening last; on sions to the snapper banks. The fish caughtare Of the loving and pleasure you brought, :. :. :. :. : :. -r.-_>."". eS3'.".. ... =G 3 n"I 3j I 0
: : : : : !: !: ::: FIRE
the steamer Glen. > DEPARTMENTEXAMINE
Sylvan .
larger and display more gameness than But now I'm bereft and alone. : Ct.< .JIa"=ye p ? >
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: :. : :. :: ::: :
r Mr. I moan as a child that is lost, c. ::: :
t R. G. McQuitty has removed to the the blackfish'and snappers, affording more : : : : -. .N I
f. I moan through the day and the night, : : : : :: .Z :: -- t"
: 'second story of the New York Bakery, opposite excitement to the sportsmen. The fishing n "' arrao... a t:
While'thou in : : : 0.-:: :: > SAMPLE
so quiet sleep .
.. : the County Clerk's office. ground is on the extreme southern point of ; . -c-'. a.;
; r Dear one! thou hast gone from my sight. : : : : : : : : : :
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1 Amelia Island and the best time for t"'
: Amelia Lodge, 1'0,47 F. & A. M., meets fishing :; AT
:. :. :. .: :. :. .: F-: :. :. :. : ;i
Yes, there in that hallowed : : '
;Iy spot,
.1 i \ on Monday evening next. All brethren in just before daybreak. Some large speci- : : : : a.: :>:>:;, a.:,c;. I y d
The soul it is held.unto '
be mens of the channel bass were caught last prayer; : : : : o 0'a"C"-:'< '<.C*'_1 R. FRED W. HOYT &
:ii L good standing are requested to present. week by Messrs. R.'W. Southwick and Geo. I know that thy flesh hath forgot; ..: :.. :.. :.. (I,000tyN) occ .tc -I<....:o': ;': I Lowa0 I. GO'S.CIDER .

i The Board of County Commissioners met But I by my longings go there.. :. :. :. :. .: 0 :: _C'L .:.:
F."Lewis.The . -I'"t.:;) 'J! I .(':>
: ;1 : on Wednesday last, but beyond the passing I know thafthy spirit's away, :. :. :. :. :. :. -.-.. .;.,: '< .: :-oL-I.:: C1tc-.. ': ,n .-::.r;.
'I;l ) of, the usual monthly bills no business was orange belt and the frost' line are the I Art charmed with the magic of rest, : : : : : : mwa@ui: : .C.: : :: .
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:.. ,: I\ 1 transacted. creations of land agents, whose lively imaginations But my anguish-I'd waken thy clay : : : : : : CJ"'jt0-3 OO>. "'j -',' < '
I For lean breast. : : : : ::-:; 0-0 o ..:: I z .
a moment, to on thy : : =: ':..1' :' ".- '
often lead them into slight exagger- : : : : : o--o.--: : ;_. (':) I j... '
i" : There are a number of places in the city : : : : : : :;-=-=-; ;;- :: :: .., .
ations. Still, they have a fixed place in How dark are the days that go by, : : : : : : 0--S;: )8:) 3 C'' 1. : :,\
: . : ..
} :: : which should be drained. Now isa good 'IJ -:: .. ) > :L i
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a land agent literature, and will continue to How hard this rude sorrow to bear; : : : : : : ... 0':: 2:......: ---r-: 0 .. -
.*;i : opportunity to learn where they are and to Thou the hope and the strength of each day, :.. :. ..: ..: :. :.. :: :.. :-:.J : ::: :: .,.. :.:..0':: ,',. ..> ." ',;/
disturb the timid and deceive the unwary. : ? Lyti
f I ;, look after them. Art gone; I'm alone in my grief and my care. .=: :. :. .: .=. .?.:;. .:. M::;.:. .:.:;. ': -, .Cn :.y :" ',{
1 The who Florida with his ..
]\ 1 man goes through And my: tears they will painfully flow, : : : : ::; : = : : : : I >
: :h : I\i \ F. B. Papy, Esq., General Freight Agent will things to convince : : : : = : -: :: : : : : (':> :' :->':':.>..;'1 .... ., .
eyes open see many While I this lone vigil must keepI : : : : ::: : Q'a: :: : : : : l' ,
.1 : of the Florida Railway & Navigation Co., . ... . .: .;;;:" .
] I i him that facts are against the land-agent- bow-'tis Ills pleasure, I know, : : : : : : ,.,; : : : : : : :=- '- I
.. called to New York last : : : : : :' -. : : : : : : .' j 1
was on Sunday on I !
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'' But I must in bitterness
'I ; -: prange.belt.frostline'theorr.lOne evening weep. f/ : Ir I !
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I important business. . . .
i I : last'week Mr.\ M. A.Williams kindly showedus The world is so cold!and so drear, I

'Am : Yesterday, being a legal' holiday, the CustomHouse through his garden, and the display fur- When loved ones are hidden away; :: :: :: :: "rQtQor.'=: Z Z:) > OQ I I II

!! 1! was closed, and the Post-Office nished one of the strongest arguments Do you wonder I love it not here, :.. :. :. .: :-! :-! :-:! .. :.:.!. ... :-:! .:.!. :-:! :.:.!. ... '
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i''' 1 ,!:! : was open only for the delivery of the morning against the theorists that we have yet seen. Where I from thj,prescnce must stay? : : : .: 3 3: 3 F3. .3:: 333:: : ;
c. .
But come from th.light and the chamber, : : : : : :syr:: ;::.c..c.::
1 I: .1 and evening mails. His orange trees, with one exception, are : : : : === =::-==== & !
t Where in dwell :
spirits unity :. : : : :ass =a aaan
I ?'I:: n.'V.. S. Lefils, having resigned the captaincy healthy and growing vigorously, carryingin And list as of old. you remember, :. :. :. :. :. .. .. ;(.=':;>

: ': : of the Fernandina Base Ball Association one instance fully 1,500 His tell. : : : : : : : .O-.O-I
f i i .- oranges. While I all my sorrowings
1 : : : : : : : : : : : : :
i! . .
: of various and . .
Tt ':.::5 5i nine, Charlie Stark has again been trees are ages, only a very Ah! this would a comforting be, :REFINE
t y }I! :: :elected to that position.. few are of bearing age. This in spite of the And I could abide for a day, .

d 1 | Mr.\ Geo. R. Fairbanks left for Sewanee, severe cold of last winter. Mr. Williamshas But I have such longing for thee. Wood 1J ood. AND

;3 -.I ,!I ((Tcnn., Thursday morning last, where he also peach, pear and plum trees, all I cannot be patient away. Having recently established a WoodYardnear
luxuriant while his I must wait till the Messenger comes, Dllr e's mill with all the CRABAPPLECIDER
::1.; ''will join his family. Mr.\ Fairbanks will be making growth, grape ) provided
j' : vines are crowded with fruit-in fact, we :Must wait till His pleasure I see;. necessary machinery for sawing and splitting
t : 'absent until November.The I wait, and thought is but one,
f should judge he will have fully a ton of the : : : : -
.j office of Clarence W. Maxwell Master I wait, I am waiting for thee.
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f latter this season. The fact is, the more one I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood,
1j !' i 1' : of Transportation of the Florida Rail- -Dr. X. Jas. Ingcrwll. sawed to any lengths; for either stove or fire-
sees of the vegetable and fruit-producing at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. BY THE KEG,
::ii ,,ay & Navigation Company, has been ---- ------ place,
of Florida the faith he has
capacity greater
of Thermometer A. ELLERMAKX.
t .5 :c ::11 : 'transferred from Baldwin to Jacksonville.
in future .
} possibilities.The AT
", \: 1 :.'; A large excursion party of colored people HORSKY'S. .DRUG STORE. UC1': COTTAGE' ,

f J.j j : from along the line of the Transit and Pent Steamer {t Chesapeake." L
!t' ,; ; .
... .... FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.USE
t !;' ,, ; i ,. :/insular railroads arrived in this city Thursday A very handsome and commodious new I"" :.::.1' AS Wind Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, .

t .'v-j. | ; evening'last to celebrate the Fourth on steamer, the Chesapeake, has been placed on '' ItSaturday. d.1 ..-' : :::. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.

the St. John's river between Jacksonvilleand
j 5 ;! {Amelia Beach I's.

1 N '.: I District' Sanford She is a Western steamer, ....Jnn 28 "76 80 82 80 E. Offers pleasant rooms. well furnished,withor

{, The Republican Convention and comes from the Ohio river supplied Sunday .............29 70 80 82 81 E. without board. Table Boarders will be

? i i j'meets in this city on Wednesday next for with all the modern She is Monday ............&O'I' 77 81 81 80 IS. E. accommodated ; also transient. .
f ; 1 ;the purpose of nominating Horatio Bisbee, Tuesday..July 1 70 81 80 E. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. ,
;, i : said to have speed and to be ....... 180 IS. .
r ,' ; to represent the city of Jacksonville in the great very 'Vednesday. 2S 81 79 E. t':;: ,

., commodiously arranged for passengers and Thursday.......... 3 \ ,7 \ 81 82 \ 81 \ S. E. FOR RENT. .,', ,'.:..;..,.i.i.J, ., :;';,':>
: ;: I !. (Forty-ninth, Congress. She will make three Friday............... 4 78 82 I 83 82S.. E. "' \";- t.:;'oW"Qo .,, '
trips '
freight. per ''';' .i
c .;"
;: i! Mr. James Clemmer of ;' ... ,
Philadelphia, DWELLING AND STORE, .J t': i
week, leaving Jacksonville at 4 in. on .' .' .f'
p. LARGE -'r": :.j: :{
; brother of Mrs. II. W. King, is on a visit to 3IARIYE.Port extensive yard-room and gardens c...' '>.( .,..,'' t : Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. attached, on Alachua street; suitable for a ',xs. "<....,'or.-,,",;.:;1:-jC'".<&
I ;Fernandina. Mr. Clemmer is soliciting Possessioncan .,'''; '''..:t t'i'.r.; : ,
Feiiiandtna. large family or boarding-house.
,1 1 i 1.' i ,freight agent for the Savannah, Florida fe Fine Workmanship.Mr. of be given about August 1st. "

a t .' !: s 1 Western Railroad at Philadelphia. R. M. Henderson, of this city, has HIGH WATER. :-;. :\:', t;

1 t S I made for the St. Peter's Episcopal Saturday, July 5...... 5:43: A.M. 0:00: p.r. DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET, ..",>< :4..tJ... '.',, ?
i i' ;; j Mr. Geo. R. Fairbanks has closed the contracts new Sunday, .6...... 0:28": 6:52 h facing the bay; has eight rooms, large halls, "'"<1,>:',.'<..."...,..".);<';<:11 .

: i'' f: ;: t for the erection of his new residence. Church one of the handsomest pieces of Monday, ," 7...... 7:12" 7:35" piazzas, excellent well, etc. :: '. '. :' J.t /.

!I M i Work on the concrete foundation will begin wood work we,have ever,seen. It is a lec- Tuesday, Co 8.:.... 7:54" 8:17: (' ; :

'.F f 1"1"i:, next week. Mr. 1t r. T. Burbank is the tern, made of curled pine and cedar, and Wednesday, 9...... '8:36" 8:58" STORE AND DWELLING formerly occu- ,,.:,':::;'; '..
I : i Thursday 10..... 9:18" 9:39'
Fletcher Third
pied by Mrs. on street. J ;
i ,1-; t contractor for the carpenter work. the beauty of our Florida woods is well Friday, 11.1000 10:18 ". : .;-J: }, -:"'. ." ,
shown in the handsome and artistical workof : -"
jl ii' ;, 1 f : The lime used in the construction of the For terms, etc., apply to

i '' ; J I i! 1! new Downey building, and stored in a, shed ':Mr. Henderson. The design was made ENTERED. G. STARK.MILLINERY .
> ,5.1 : by R. A. Schuyler, Esq., our accomplished June 28-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- F.crnandinaIay 2, 1884.
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I / ;: erected in the rear portion of the lot, i ignited -
f; I nah ; with passengers, to F. W.
I architect. It shows that we have' at home
.t, 4 te ;" :; from the excessive rains about midnight Simmons, agent. yir FINE COMFORT,
both the materials and the workmen for ;
: :1.::" ,: Wednesday. No serious damage was 30-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, Pa-

t; .,I'" I':. done. producing the very handsomest furniture. latka. ."."........................._.._........................................._....._................... ............"_"
1-S. P. St. Nicholas
I ; ; July Usina, Savan- ,

l.};. I'r i Telegraphic communication lias been es!:!- The Elector from the Second District. nah ; with passengers,' to F. W. !

..j'r r>' ,I.;: : 'tablished between this city and Jacksonville The District Convention, which convened 1-S. S.Simmons City of,San agent.Antonio Wilder, ;.a...........................................................$. SAFETY-
direct, along' the line of the Fernandina & at Palatka on Tuesday last, in selecting. 1,680 tons, New York : freightand
,, Ifti JJ + f; 1'!'.. \ J Jacksonville Railroad. Trains on that road Wm.,:MacWilliams: of Italia, for the officeof passengers, to R. W. South- -ATKING'SBAZAB-

t J +i1;:; ;;. *r ;cu will,, be run now as on the main line, undertelegraphic Presidential Elector made a blunder. wick, agent. THE CELEBRATED
i 3-S..P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
-I orders. According to the constitution of the United
F. nah ; freight and passengers to ,

i 't "' i:i iS }I'':: i i The coupons of the bonds of the Florida, States, MacWilliams\ is ineligible to that F. W. Simmons, agent. MONITOR Jim STOVE.FOR .

nJ; j 1? i; Central. & Western Railroad Company, and position, holding the appointment of Post- 3-S. S. City. of Paiatka, Vogel, Pa- HATS BONNETS
latka., RIBBONS
.!r:*'- 'i ,the.rcninsular Railroad Company due July master at Italia. Section 2 of Article II. of 3-Schr. Mima A. Read, Nash, Cardenas BY
t'' I:}v: !L 4b .1,1884, will be paid on presentation at the the Constitution reads as follows: ; light to J. C. Read.
'S ,; S ; : i ,office of the Florida Railway & NavigationCompany Each State shall appoint, in such manneras CLEARED. FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS

+ i, t : f i No. 35 Wall street, New York. the Legislature thereof''' may direct, a June 30-S. P. St.. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah Fred W. Hoyt & Co.
number of electors to the whole
equal A Line of Elegant Laee and Mall Fiches
i'' /" ", ; Tie rainfall this section 'the past few number of Senators and Representatives to S Simmons; with passengers, by F.W. ,
,Y I 1 r'j' : weeks has been unprecedented. At St.Mary's which the State may be entitled in the Con- July 1-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS,

,' :j T during the month of June there was I II gress ; but no Senator or Representative Charleston. .
I j. I" ; person holding an office of trust or profit under
,t i x ,la rainfall of over twenty-one inches. One the United States. shall be appointed an 2-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina. Savan- Linen Collars and Kid Gloves,

ji d :r ? the 22d ult., from 10 p. m. to 4 p. m. the elector. nah ; with passengers, \by F. W. .. '

I : i next day, sixteen hours, the rainfall was 2-Schr.Simmons Wilson, agent.& Hunting, Anderson All of the Latest Styles. ., : ::,,..;....!t.: ; 1J:7.7. : ;:>" ,_ ,

;'; ; :7.70 inches. The Republican County Convention.The New York lumber ,.: -::'!.:\ l.i;; ... ,"
by "
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I : Republican County Convention met Eppinger & Rusell. FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, ,," .
On of the
Wednesday morning a part "
4. at Island City Hall, in this city, on Wednesday 2-Schr. B.S. Clark. Cranmer, Philadelphia ; ,
1 : 1 scaffolding at Mode's brick building gave ; lumber by C. H.Huot.
last, for the of chosing dele- Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.
.It" I :> : : way, precipitating a bricklayer named Shay purpose 3-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, !
gates to the Congressional and State COn- '
1,680 tons, New York freight i
I. ,. to the floor, some ten feet below.. He was ; -
ventions, and nominate candidates for and passengers, by R. W.South- !
: : :struck in the head by the falling bricks and !
a the Legislature. The delegates chosen to wick agent. --! I II I !--I { {'I 11 ml I i I ii I I mm IH- Machine? -Ice Machines
1 + f :: received an ugly scalp wound. The cut 11 3-Schr.: Levinia F. Warren, John- 1s i i 't Ice
the District
Convention: assembles in i
:: [was dressed by Dr. Palmer. son, St Croix ; lumber by J. C.
I, this city on the 9th, are John W. Howell, Read.
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:: *, Nassau; county takes the cake. We have Samuel Petty, Caesar Baker, R.. E. Blair and 4-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah tl I t j It Headquarters for

;5b- : t _.living near Coneville a colored man with Wm. H. Pope. They are instructed to vote ; freight and passengers. by

;, r : the classical name of Romeo, who is wedded for Horatio Bisbee, first,. last, and all the F. W.'IM'PORT Simmons. Croquet Sets(and Base-Ball Bats, STATE OP FLORIDA

j; ri to a: fair maid of his tribe called Juliet. Toil time., The delegates to the State Convention ; I Wood fc Bailie's Patent.
Brig John Shay Nickerson. MARBLES
1 this happy couple God has given twins, which assembles at Tallahassee, on the Schr. Jas. W. Woodhouse, Herrick. -, ETC. j ; .

+ i r !'whom in gratitude they have named Rom- 24th inst., arc instructed to support the Independent Schr. Florence Leland, Adams., -\1.80- .

+. "' :uluS and Remus. This .interesting family candidates for, Governor and Schr. Isaac L.Clark, Cranmer. Large Grass Hammocks and Ezpress Wagons.KING'S .. S9 This 'Machine has" many advantage; **
Schr. Mima A. Read Nash. .
t; ,is conveyed to church on Sundays by a Lieutenant-Governor.. Riley E. Robinsonand Send for Circular. i, Address

; : :: !iliorgo named Pontius Pilate. It may be John Wilkinson, the late incumbents, Summer silks : : .
I+ .j 1. mentioned that Romeo isa BAZAR, WILLIAM B. C DURYEE,
l ; a parenthetically were again nominated for the Assembly.. 40 cents a yard at > .5. ,5 5

.5: 1' I ;worthy citizen.. from.Nassau county. ,. J. & T. KYDD'S.:: Cor.- .Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.- Fernandina, Fla. J'

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