Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00248
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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: December 27, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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THE SIGHT BEFORE CIIRISTMAS. the San Francisco market. The fable of THE NIGHT AFTEI CHRISTMAS.'Twas Popular suffrage, the essence of a republican Traveler's Guide.

killing the goose that would lay the golden form government, is imperative in
before Christmas when the night after Christmas when all
'Twas the night eggs is well exemplified in the course pur- the election of all representative officers TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAIUUHK".
the house
the house through
all, through .
Not a(creature was stirring, not even a sued by the company holding a monopolyof Every soul was abed and still as a mouse ; and its denial to the people in the existing For Day Cedar Passenger Key and Train Wildwood leaves-and ,

infuse;,. the steam communication between this The stockings, So lately 8r..Ni hlas's( care, constitution is the main reason why such a all points Transit {
on Road.lO.25'a'mc
The stockings were hung by the chimney section' of Mexico and As there : Were emptied of all thatwas: eatable, there. _
your port. great clamor has been made for a new con Savannah and all points North +
The darlings had been tucked i in their
In hope with that care,St. Nicholas soon would be is no lumber in the territory suitable for beds. duly ',; stitution. The delegates, therefore, must and West................................10.25-.alDL_

there. boxing purposes; the supply must,come from ; With very full stomachs' and pains in their come from the people, and not be the creationof For(connecting Tallahassee at, Pensacola Callahan.)and a11 l ,

The children were nestled all snug in their San' Francisco. For this a; freight of $12 a heads the servants of the people. And from points on the Florida Central & '

beds. I ton measurement is charged on the steamer, I And was dozing away rather in my'far new cotton in cap, 'whence,>pray, would ,the Legislature derive Western Railroad................. ...10.25 a.m -
While visions of sngar-plums danced in Nancy was gone a nap
their heads: and another $12 a ton measurement is cbarg- When out in the nursery rose such clatter, its ,power to authorize delegates-at-large to' (connecting at Baldwin.)

And mamma in her 'kerchief and I in my ed on its return in boxes filled,with oranges. I sprang from my sleep-. :crying What is be, elected in the manner suggested by the Day Passenger Train arrives
the From Cedar Key, Wildwood mid'all
niatteort" ,
This of takes off all the TimeS'Uniont
cap rate freight cream, Perhaps the
Had settled 1 our brains for a long winter I flew to each bedside, still half in a doze "competent points on the TransitRoad... 4.35'p.nu ,.
leaving only "well skimmed milk and is Tore open .the curtains. threw; off the clothes attorney," who can see nothing objectionable .. From Savannah and all points in

When nap-out on the lawn there arose such a likely, continued, to stop the trade.-Rural While the llghtor..th1p l ers served clearlyto in the plan from a legal point of view," the North and West..___....._ 4.35 pm.
clatter Press 'show advise From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and 4
; can us.
The piteous plight of the objects below all points on the Florida Central
from bed to see what was the ;
I sprain matter.;; my For what to. the father's fond eye should appear The only legal and satisfactory plan, in & Western Railroad...._........... 4.35p.w -. 't

Away to the window I flew like flash, Mrs. Grundy Says : our judgment, for the election, of delegates. I Night Passenger Train leaves

Tore open the shutters and threw up the That ,the compositor made a "mess" of But the little pale face <"of< each"sick little from the ,State-at-large, is by popular suf- For Cedar Key Wild wood, and aU

dear; .. I points on the Transit Road...... _
sash. some of her assertions last week; frage; and the gentlemen to be thus elected S.Oovp.nx.
the breast of the new-fallen For each pet that had crammed itself fuU'as'a For Savannah and all points North +
The snowGav moon on That the. "devil" 'of the printer must tick.I '(and they should be the most capable men and 5.05 p. ID......

the lustre of midday to objects below ; have been making pie" for Christmas. knew in moment felt now like Old Nick. in the commonwealth,) can be very readily (connecting at Callahan.)

should That the Now turkey, now stuffing; plum pudding, For Tallahassee, Pensacolaand all ',
Whefo, what to my wandering eyes new manse approaches completion designated by.assembling a Democratic Convention -:
of : points the Florida
course, on Central &
But appear jruiniature sleigh with eight tiny reindeer ; And custard, and crullers, and cranberry a few weeks preceding .the day of, Western Railroad.,5.05 p.m.-*.
That its architectural beauties are best sauce, election. This plan is certainly legal-it (connecting at Baldwin.)

With a:little old driver, so lively and quick, seen immediately after church services Sun- Before outraged Nature,aliwentto the wall; conforms with the practice pursued in other Night Passenger Train arrives .

I knew in a moment it must be St. Nick. day mornings.That Yes, lolly-pops, flapdoodle', dinner and 'all.. States-and best of all it will give complete From Cedar Key Wildwood, and {,

More rapid than eagles his coursers they we are to have a small-boat landingat I turned from back the sight' to my bed-room satisfaction to the people. all points on the Transit Road... 8.40a.mj.( *,
came, stepped From Savannah and all points in
And He whistled and shouted and called' a cost of about $25 ; And brought" out a vial marked "Pulv. Ipe-, the North and West............... .. 8.40 a.m._ {
That the undertaking was too great for cac. CONSUMPTIVES.=Gmeiner has employed From Pensacola Tallahassee, and
diem bv name ; When Nancy exclaimed, for their sufferings petroleum with excellent results in' con- ;
"Now,:Dasher 1 now, Dancer now, Prancer our city authorities, and the money was points on Florida Central &
| In
aril Vixen 1 'shocked her, sumption. one case where iodine, qui- Western Railroad............:..... 8.40a.iai. ,
\ raised by private contributions. Don't you think you had better, love, run nine, chloride of ammonium and antimony
On, Comet! on, Cupid. on, Dunder and Thatthey might at ,least }keep the street for the doctor?" '- .a j did not give the patient the slightest:relief,' FERNANDINA. A JACKSONVILLE R. R. i
Blixen I and scarcely bacK'under roof '' ,crude petroleum in its natural, state caused Train leaves .
since the foots the bills ran, was my daily, except Sunday-
the lamps in order city ; '
the of
To the of the porch to top
top When I heard the ,sharp clatter of old 'Jalap's perceptible improvement. Half teaspoon- For Jacksonville. a..Dak=
wall That don't wish to ask them to do too '
we hoof; ful was given three times a day in sherry
Now all, :i dash 4"! away, dash, away dash away much-but just a trifling 'effort would improve I might say that I had; ;hardly' turned myself wine. In four days the pulse, that had been From Jacksonville daily..,..except........Sunday-4.15-p.jnt_ I
street-lighting department. round, v- 120 per minute, became normal, and in less '
As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane our When the Doctor came into the with than a month the cure was complete. It is Sllnda7only- .
I fiyiWhen That there was a general elevation of bound ; ;; v loom best given in capsules, as'the odor is more 'For Jacksonville 7.00Il1...

;they meet with an obstacle, mount toUf hosiery last Wednesday eve; ,He was covered with mud ffon ,his, head to repulsive to the patient than the taste. 'For Jacksonville 4.30 p.ntlFrom' ...

sky That Santa Claus was puzzled to under- his foot, ( Jacksonvil1l".10.35 a. Dad

So, upto t the housetop the coursers .theyn1v stand why so many extremities were in And the suit he had'on'was. his very best WHITE BREAD.-:Peel and boil three good-: 'From Jacksonville, 8.40 p.mu. {

suit ; r sized, potatoes. When well done drain off SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
With a.:sleigh full of toys-and. St. Nicholas mourning ; He had hardly had time, to.put that on his the water into the mixing pan and mash From Savannah,Steamer St.Nich-

tcjo( the That his perplexity was excusable for the back the potatoes to a smooth paste and add one olas. Sunday and Thursday.For 1
And t then in a twinkling heard on roof ,
black And he looked like Falstaff half fuddled of hot the it Savannah, Steamer St. Nich.-
The"prancing) and pawing of each little hoof majority of stockings hung up were ; quart water to paste, stirring in
with Sec. ,' well. Let it cool then stir in flour makea olas and
As drew in my head and was turning That it troubled him not a little to make to Monday Friday.
; His how twinkled Had the
eyes, they thick batter, then add one cup of yeast, MALLORY LINE.
around.. this -
suitable selections year; Doctor got merry? ,' and stir it well in the batter and set it in a
Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with blue His cheeks looked like Port and his breath For New York direct, by steam- t
with bright
That gray, striped or warm place to rise over night. Next morn-
hound ships State of Texas or City of {
cheery stockings he had no trouble ; smelt of Sherry. ing take a pint of warm water a piece of
his head to
He was dressed all in fur from He hadn't been shaved for a fortnight or so, butter the size of San Antonio, Thursilav evening 7.00 p.iac-
an' 'a tablespoonfuleach
his foot, That black being a combination of all egg From New York direct by City of
And the beard on his chin'wasn't' white as ,
of salt and ;mix into a stiff dough
And his clothes were all tarnished with San Antonio and Texas
colors it mixed him up' terribly and gave the snow. and knead it half an hour and set it in a State ,

A bundle ashes and of toys soot.he' had flung on his back, him the blues besides ; But inspecting their. tongues' in spite of their warm place to rise. When light it can be every Friday 3.00 p.nu-

..... teeth. molded into loaves and when raised sufficiently ; BALTIMORE & FLORIDA STEMSHIP LINE.
And fis looked,like", a, pedler:just! ,opening That the modern Santa Claus is not the
Jifa .Anddrawingihi3'watclurom:. ,. .waistcoat. must be baked in a moderate oven For and from Baltimore, by steam.shipJesseHFreemanevery ,
pack tissue of
; little cheery mass of adipose our .. .
His'eyes, how they twinkled 1 his pimples, beneath,' -p- 'for-one"hour.: ; The above:directions- make ; ten ,...'.:,.'":.iiJ'. '. ,
'!'lu w merry 1 grand.mothers'days;; He felt each pulse, saying, Each little belly eight large loaves. days at high water. ? '/

His' }!eeks were like roses, his nose like a That modern chimneys and grates neces- Must get,rid," here he laughed, of the rest BOSTON & FERNANDINA STEAMSHIP LIKE,:-_

cherry; sitated a little imp-like, spindleshankedSanta of that jelly." No Special Day for BargainsAt For Boston, by steamship' Lorenzo '

His droll little mouth was drawn up like a and he can't tote nearly as many I gazed on each chubby, plump, sick little ''J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can get them D. ,Baker or the Vidette, every.

4bow, good things! as the other chap. And elf, said in of every day. Wednesday: at high'water. ,.
And the beard on his chin was as white as groaned when he so, spite From Boston :
That Thomas and Jeremiah entered into every Monday, b'y-
t1i myself
snow ; ; Blankets and Comforts one of the same steamers. I
The teeth.fctump of a pipe he held tight in his the spirit of the occasion Christmas day; But a wink Fred of his eye when he physickedour Below cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S. CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE::T f

And :the smoke it encircled his head like a That they got the better of a good manyof Soon gave me to know I had nothing to For Charleston, by steamship City .
Splendid Stock of Fine ClothingJust i'i'
wieath. the boys. dread. of Monticello, every Wednesday. i,
He hid) a broad face, and a lilsle round belly That every small boy had a horn, and He didn't prescribe, but went straightway to received at J. & T. KYDD'S. From Charleston, by same steamer -

That :'shook when he laughed like a bowl of the big ones had two or three work. Private Board every Monday...... .............. 2.00 a. ut/.
full of jelly ; many ; And dosed all the rest, gave his trousers a For Charleston, by steamship Cityof
He was: chubby and plump-a right jolly That there was not a case of ruction' jerk. At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street. Palatka, every Sunday. i

old! elf, during the day ; And adding directions while blowing his Also furnished rooms to let. From Charleston, by same steam- {

And f laughed when I saw him in spite ofmyself. That the boys snapped their crackers to nose. Terms reasonable.MRS. ereyeryThursday.....................4.00a.a>a_ ,
He buttoned his coat, from his chair he T. P. G. THOMPSON.
their hearts content.
A wiik of his and twist of his head arose: Fernandina, Fla., December 4, 1884. Y
eye, a Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
That the day without accident
or Then jumped in his gig, old Jalap a
Soon to know I had
rave me nothing to For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday ,
incident of whistle
dr -ad. worthy note. NoveltiesIn and Friday....................... S.OOp.zzu '
He spike| not a word, but went straight to That the interior of the Episcopal Churchwas And thistle Jalap dashed off. as if pricked by a Shawls, Nubias and Jerseys, For St. Marys and Dungeness, on .1

hS! work, ; and ........ ,
beautifully decorated ; But drove out AT PAUL FUNKE'S. Wednesday Saturday. 2.00 p zza
the Doctor exclaimed ere he
And filled all the then
stockings; turned For, St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
That the choral service finely of sight
was ren ,
with a jerk Piano Instruction.A Monday and Thursday........... S.OOa.iBi i
They'll be,well by to-morrow-G.ood night,
And 1 living his finger aside of his nose. dered.
i Jones, good night !r' lady from New York will give instruc- Steamer Martha arrivu-
And tk
giving nod the he
a chimney
up rose. That the Methodist children
report a large From St. Marys and Crandall, on
tion on the Piano to a limited number of
sprang whistle to his sleigh, to his team gave a time Thursday eve ; DELEGATESATLARGE.The pupils at their homes. Monday and Thursday........_ 7.00a.nii ,

And liway they, all flew like the down of That they had a Christmas tree and general Will call and arrange terms and time, if From St. Marys and Dungeness, '
thistle a Times-Union is favorable to the addressed through the postoffice.Miss on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 aza..
; jubilee; that the andproperty" MclLWAiN, From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
suggestion, intelligence
But rjheard( him exclaim, ere he drove out That Pastor Chandler had his lonely heart 2t Fernandina. Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.nu.
ofi i
sight. of the "black counties" should
Merlv Christmas to all and to all gladdened by many a souvenier.
a good
have a voice in the approaching Constitu- JT. & T. Kydd Notice.
n44htF'TIW That Superintendent Saussy got a bowl Post-Office
tional Convention by representative citizens ; Are now opening their Christmas and Holiday
; .-.- and saucer such as no one ever before saw,sir. Goods and Novelties. Call and see Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00: P-rL: :
; ORANGE CROP OF, LOWER That she wished very much to be there to but we are not pleased with its plan for the them. Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
selection of such representatives. It Orders and Letters from
t. CALIFORNIA.It pro- Money Registered
see how happy Methodist people can get,
poses that the legislative act providing for Fresh SauerkrautAt 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00F-ia
ms to me that I can best answer the but even Mrs. Grundy is not ubiquitous. JACOB KLARER'S to 3:30 m. :
the election of delegates from the various
various inquiries that have been addressedto ; Cor. Sixth and Ash sts.
1y List of Letters counties and, senatorial districts, provide
me the. residents of Alta, California, Transit tC Peninsular Railroad-
further that the Convention Clam Chowder
regarding! .the fruit product of this peninsular Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- on assemblingshall Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45 r. atr

partj'of Mexico, through the columns of dina, Nassau county, Florida, Dec. 27, 1884. immediately" elect by ballot ten dele- This ,evening, at Brings mails from the North, the
gates-at-large, who' 'shall,: have the 'same Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
your jWbrnal. I Persons calling for these letters must say

The:.*! inquiries refer mainly to the orange advertised : powers and privileges as the delegates' chosen, & T. Kydd Closes railroads.daily except Sunday...........10:00 A.JEE. i
from counties and districts.We Will have, on arrival of New York steamer
lich matures much earlier here thanin Takes mails for the North the
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crop, ) Albertie Myrie Hillman Charles
the coming week, a full line of Velvet and
A1t''jj; California and is usually gatheredand Atkinson, Arthur E Harding, William do not. believethis, plan will give sat- Smyrna Rugs and Mats, at prices to suit the Gulf roads.Leesburg coast. Transit and Peninsular I

slfpped to San Francisco in the monthof Cranmer. E A King, Clara F isfaction ; and further, and what is still trade, for the holidays. train arrives (daily......... 8:40.Ln.-
Xotember. Denson. John Kisker, Lather more serious, it would not conform'with the Brings Western mail only.
Dinner, Clara Lewis Binnon Notice to Tax Payers.
This,reason's yield of oranges will be an Dexter Miss B A Luke, Paul spirit of the existing constitution, which The Tax-Book for 1884 having been placedin Fernanama & Jacksonville Railroflrl-

averaA- one, and may reach in the whole Diamond, Patrick llobinson. makes the assembling' of the convention my hands, I am now ready to receive the Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 n. &

territory a million and a quarter. Of these Freeman, Dora Li thy, S. McCarl, C G possible. It is a mistaken idea that the State and County taxes for the present year. Brings the Jacksonville and St.John's .

perhajjs i million will be to San Fishier, T Walters, J S Convention will be a power unto itself, free May be found at my office on Second street river mails. .....
} a shipped Fadeus, Larrence Miller, Bob next to Prescott's shoe store, on Wednesdays Closes daily except Sunday..... 10:30 A.BLS-
Frane' ko. From this it will be seen that Folvin, Mrs Margret Maddox, C H from all restraints. It will not, either, be and Saturdays when not on a collect Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's

the yitiEd is not a large one, and that it is not Fostton, Mrs Magey McFarland, James an assemblage of the people, but the representatives ing tour in the country. River and Northern mails.

likely fo influence the San Francisco market. Gage Elizabeth Perkins, M I of the people; and in effecting an W. F. SCOTT, Sunday JailJacksonville -
Harkles, George i Ilobson Miller Collector of Revenue for Nassau Co. and St.Johns River
it must conform to the letter
The}wo principal points of shipment, are Hymans, Julia *' Read, Jackson i organization Fernandina. Nov. 15,1884.Hollandlsh arrives.....................................1025 ju-
Loretniand San Jose., The Loreto variety, is Hurnow, Hatton Robbins, John E I and spirit of the present Constitution, as Northern mail arrives.................. 0:00 P.l'.E_

not lit*ly to exceed this 350.000. HiggenbothanvEvva Latham G A well as that of the.United States.. Herring. Jacksonville, St. John's River and

year Higgins, Hester Luten, E the North, closes....................... :0O-
The Jan Under the of the Times- Unlo.i Just arrived at JACOB KLARER'S.Cor. '
Jose! variety comprises nearly all Stewart, TJ Wilkinson, ArkeyS.T.RIDDELL plan only Jacksonville and St. John's River

of thi-emainder. The latter is inferior to P. )1. a portion of the delegates to Convention Sixth and Ash sts. only, closes.............................. 4:00 r.M.: '

the f lmer in quality.Thetquantity as provided by the act of the Legislature, SAML..T. RiDDELL..P. G
Wood, Wood.
I have mentioned is not Miss L. G. Watson could assemble to organize the Convention,.
Having recently established a Wood-Yard Valuable Lands for&t -
likely tl) be exceeded-certainly not for Has opened a Select School for young girls for they could not go i into an election until near Duryee's mill, provided with all the.necessary Tracts 'containing Orange twenty acres each a&

years-;since )jut little attention i is being and children, in the house on Centre street, after an organization had been effected ; machinery for sawing and splitting choice high hammock land on Orange Lai-

given ty+ the natter,and no inclination is corner of Seventh. Terms liberal! and thereupon,'after the election had been FIRE-WOOD, suitable for orange growing and truck farming -- ,}

mal1if 'ted to :increase the area devoted, to :Miss Watson will commence a class in completed, all business would, necessarily, 'I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood are now offered for sale.. These lanu b..

citrus miits, sugar cane and cereals being be suspended until the delegates-at-large had sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fire- are very conveniently situated for transpwtation"by *- '
Painting Embroidery etc., on
place at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. water orrail, and will be sold.ca:
though/ more profitable.! Besides, the pres- Monday October Gth, 1881. been hunted up and brought l from their re-, A. ELLERMANN. terms to suit purcbasers. Titles are unques-

ent cost of transportation is most excessive, References: Rev. O. P. Thrckara, Mr. S. spective homes scattered all over the State. tionable. Also valuable timber Lan
and nukes the chances of profit too preca- Swann; Mr. H. E. Dotterer, Judge C. V. This policy, even if legal,.would prove an Overcoats and Winter ClothingAt lar bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS

rious t? admit!of much experimenting. for Hillyer,,Major, F. A. McWhorter. 45 expensive delay. 'cost, Ax PAUL FcvK fs. February 1C, 1882, Fernandina Flat -.

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It 1 r,i '- "ICOXFEIt ERA TE 1D1"4 I I tionable camp, the woods had been ('utdown I dritit in a better cause than that which' 'Then-clums-Sly enough, but I didn't know May in 1860.' By the way. she -

the tops :falling) >outward. This was made you buckle it on,; .4.,. just how.to,fetch it out-'I ;am: sorrier still New Jersey, a Miss Deane'" Was front
j I!! '.t A Storyj core before the"-It>a yes dropped, and they *' By your leave, 'gmtlen "-bowing tons .,that' on are.married. Soldiers onght,all to hG&d'
!! j! BY MARIAN HAKLAXD. were now as dry and;,crackly as sty, many -" I'll tell this.story in the jargon of*thetunreconstructed. be single: men.-* 'Her maiden name was Deane. and wt3!she herr
j ;. ,r.tWe ""'" pi6ceS"o"f-writing paper" T liflght .av: well .'- 'That was/the wajMvealttalked "Huwheelcdabout, red angrY-8pok'e to spend a month I or so 11-\1\ I.
had been out" all day.,;The--weather nave fired-off a musket to give notice of my -and feltat that date. You" ; would, Nip more like .( l1an than I had thought i fs soft for November, and so:were the fled' approaches try' to creep inside the lines not have respect l us if w 'had turned our him. ; the splendid-time she had that her ell of

m city roads. Our boots, worn outside of our ,through this cltez'allxcle.ise.. I was lying pipes a stop lower. ; t'; : 'My wife and I agreed when the- North ,Of all the coincidences !' very J ear-
Ionisers! ,'were dyed half way up'the lens and on the ground cross as a bear in a thicketof The trio of Northerners'applauded yeas. :, was ,invaded. Unit-was! carrying the joke.a "I i away somehow I hope
fctiffas wailed greaves.,The trudge through cedars close to the road, when I heard surin ly. little too far, that it was time United Stakescitizens When I found Rob Crutch field deeently.
tip adhesive paste was so disagreeable that somebody whistling. It's a theory of mine All right Go ahead !1" added one. of wealth and influence took the marching, like a sentinel, baekv.again I lewa
*OJE avoided the highways when we..could. ,thateveryman, however near akin to a fool That was what we did-the General and, field. I raised my:regiment, sir. If "ery forward, on the_earth work and
I 3 Ues of: amping at the heels of the hounds ,could do some one tiling well if he could I. Half a mile further on"we espied a picket, :Northern man would exert himself as I have camp saying over and over turromulitK like the

trr: "old fields" of brown straw and wheatgbbleand only give his ,mind to it- The weight' of strolling leisurely from one tree, stump- to ,done the Rebellion would. be stamped out in died donkey :-'Of all time coincidences; befud.
:& : wading in oozy swamps criss- this man's intellect wouldn't have ruined another and basking in the sun'Vhat's ninety days!r' all the coincidences !l' Of
"4ssed.by. bamboo briars, brought us to OUT the backbone of a dragon fly, but he had '\ your countersign !' asked I of _" 'Upon my soul reckon' you're' about I had so few wits'left in1ne' hat

'quarters nightfall, exhausted and raven-' ,devoted the best'powers of it to one subject., my friend right,' said, I, and I was sincere in that, too. have sworn that I ,smelt I could.
.otaz. just-as a leaden pour of rain began He could whistle more sweetly and 'clearly J :For one second the* thought that frighthad 'Mrs. Judson has cause to be proud of having spiced vanilla scent it g1\'es'out heliotrop in >- the
The house was \"astand scantily furnished. and hold out to the task'' longer than any driven it out of his head took my '! married a true patriot She must be a room- when I beginning,to droop in ,'i warns

''yj Richmond citizen who had bought the other creature I ever heard attempt it-wild breath'away. 'III'tl e'n(1xt. lie had caught. at' noble woman.' belt ,or hand. I understood ,the a illusion .'
J 1'cntati'jn at the close of the war camped mockingbirds and trained bullfinches not it. 'There,i isn't another like her in the uni- another minute. Someb t1v'somewhre! wHl

.c '|vn, rather than lived on it, with hismily excepted. I distinguished the air in the 'Give'it,'said I as we reached the I'icket, verse!r he burst out, choked up again, threw whistling "The Blue Danube }
J 5n: summer. For the rest pf the dead stillness of the war-blasted'country, and he minded me without, art objection. himself! face: downward on his bunk and sounded like a funeral march where waltz ,
'dr. th ;overseer and his wife occupied one while he was an'eighth; of a mile off. It was '" 'Ye passed"them: inner .line p i'pcistsithe! : 'cried like a whipped school-boy.- The wet pine tops complained I I was,

,;'itlg, leaving: lofty halls and wide chambers the 4 Blue Danube Waltz.' same manner, and road side by side into the It )vas.my turn to .look out.'of the door. one sIde of me; on the other.thecainp togetheron
tai freezing! damps and solitude., *' It may have been because I had; cafen heart of the ,camp. I on the Gpilerai'sight, The p'rospect'w sn't' inspiriiing.at jts best, twinkled through the drizzle ike lights
jWe wire: there at the invitation 'of the nothing that day but two hard-tack biscuits the bridle in 'my left halHl"the'cod'pe of .the 'bilt I couldn't 'see,it'very distinctly'now". I 'lightning bugs. A burying ground drown in
]i-jprietvr son. He stood at one corner of that I turned sick all over and'seemed' overcoat drawn forward over the right arm don't think ,it' is in the nature of a sheep- dozen new graves' gaping. for tenants with a
t-Q hearth, leaning against the mantel river hear the thud of my heart as it dropped whfch.was crossed on. my 'chest. Time right stealing dog to.feel meaner.than I did; at that ha\"e.been cheerful by comparison wonM
."IT' )lam!.: We had supped upon York : suddenly and..hit hard. The cedar bushes hand,.held'the revolver. It covered him at ,,particular'minute., I'd' have given a year of and the morgue that was with rmlocation -
-<|-gters, ':wild turkey and partridge, after and the' blue sky and muddy road went half- uck all the time and 'my finger:' was on my life, : -right out-to be able, to transport! heart two or three hours before a vonnrman's ";
"n-4iich wp were served with rowhatan pipes cI au away from me, and"I \\'as.whirling the! trigger: It was, a model encampment, 'that overgrown baby, who 'meant 'well as 'Mad with pain I rushed down the
,afut prin)eRich ntoudmanufacturedtobacco. around the ball room at. Cape May, the for .neatll s, and'.wrder' military'discipline hard as ever a man did, to the house of his and through the mud and f earthwork -
33o|; a man of us could touch a cigar that band playing the Blue Danube \Valtz,' the of the best kind. and sanitary. 'provisions.} father-in-law, and leave him there. He barrack The door was wide >That- to the
vjeek. The table' was pushed to the back of sea booming and shining in the moonlight Health, cpmfort apd quiet reigned supreme.. loved his'country and he loved his wife, and the reason I heard the whistle open so plainly; was
the({ room; a mighty blaze, made lurid by in the distance outside the windows, atid But I made at l least one valuable discovery; ''his wife, for aught I knew; might live'riext broad streak of lurid light struck through\

lightwood knots, drew u p. the chimney'with, Lucy Deane was my partner. Her' dress the force, stationed 'there had been, greatly : door to Lucy Deane, :whose house was' inOrange the fine, close, rain\, and turned the
a.rjiar like that of a steady nor'easter.. 'fhel.ling was some sort of thin stuff that l looked like overestimated by ,us. The hut doors were New J 'Militarynecessity was to blood. My prisoner: was sItting puddles tf

t had begun auspiciously. Ourdies cool, pale, purple mist. She had a bunch folded back, the day being sprink-like. and, 'inhumanity, and I*was a brute:. block,,of wood that served him fo the
were warmed and rested, our hearts of heliotrope at her belt. I begged and got a nearly everybody was out of doors. When The prison barrack was removed by fouror chair in front of'the fire, on which he a
'btello\v'by good cheer and_ jolly fellow piece o'f it that night when she said Good those we met and passed saluted my gen- five rods from the maincamp. It was a piled all the lightwood at once, whistling ha'as
';s3iip.. For the rest, we had found for ours night' and 'Goodbye..11 that was three eral-or his clothes I touched and the for :
humbly my rough log shanty, long narrow ; a wager of ten thousand dollars (hard l
': lyes by now what' it meant .to ,be Rob'Cnitchfield's years ago last.August, whenI was twenty- attendant of His Magnificence end,
cap, proud to be the chinks daubed with mud. At one wasa money or greenbacks) a side.
guests. three and she twenty, and neither of us ( lie kept his eyes fixed'upon his log and mud chimney, at the other the ';I shook him by the shoulder.
e I ,;A alight well-built 'man of thirty-eight or dreamed-much as we'were ;given to dream horse's ears noticing nothing and nobody, door; cotton cloth was tacked over the win- "Stop that infernal'racket!"

t I} d'irty, tut looking at least five years ing-that Lincoln could be (elected, o'r that but when we had gone at a snail's trot down dow frames to keep out the wind. 'A soldier "He laughed foolishly, hugged his knees
) ;3t t|()unger., he was to the three New Yorkerst South ,Carolina would secede; or that the one road., and up another and around ',byji' r would have been satisfied with such winterquarters. with his locked arms.

,' qfthe hunting party an' object of especial mouth of hell might" gape' < between us third to the other side'of the camp and pass But bless your. heart there was Why that's Lucy's favorite waltz You
'attention: and interest. During the civil before the Christmas I then hoped to ed the last picket, I saw that he held his not an ounce of soldierhood in that fellow'sbody ought to hear her play it 'once. Lncv's
i. %:ar he was a scout, famous in both armies spend in New York. Those were the lower lip under his teeth, and his face was whatever there might be in his soul. capital performer on the piano. Beats Hertz a
his and His risks and
fur daring success. minutes and such were the thoughts that red with rage mortification. While he cried out his homesickness, Istood and Liszt and the rest of the professionals
; deliverances, his dashing exploits, the cool- made clean-mouthed men swear' in those I was sorry for him from the bottom of 'with my back to him staring at the waste of hollow.
; that failed, him in the face of
ajbss never days. my heart. So sorry that had it not been red mud around me on which the rain wasbeginning' He was crazy with fever. I called in
t *;dden death, his generosity, his mad "By the time'I was cool and steady,again tell of reconnoisanceand an
for w.iat he could ray to make desolate-looking pud- orderly and between us we'got him to bed
kt frolics, !tad been the boast of many a campflrc -. the horseman reined up in the, road not have back ,
its object, I would sent him; dles. The camp-collection of tents and log- and the orderly ran for the surgeon.
t talcluid post-bellum experience meeting. -, three.yards from my co'ver. then and there to beautify the scene we had huts was mean and dreary The* smoke 'In for pneumonia I' was his opinion
ii Ajsjibre gash in the edge of the hair ''What's that aver ,there1. )he said sharp-- just left. As it'was, I carried him into our from stovepipes 'and chimneys dropped flat that night. 'Likely to be a bad case, too!'

t' -above his! forehead, and a scarcely perceptiJilehalt' ly. lines and gave him up, with my report at to the ground ;'. half dozen drenched senti- By ten o'clock next morning he had
: a
: : pon the right thigh as he walked I was sure he had seen me through, the
headquarters.. nels were all the moving things in sight.A different tale to tell.
I \tere.hrible mementoes of hairbreadth&icapes.r cedars, but I hadn't scouted for two years "An hour afterwards" a'saucy lieutenantcame grove pine trees flanked us on the right ; 'You've done it for yourself, this time
7 ; Rebellion he called millionth
; keepsakes" not to learn'to give myself the to my hut, roaring with laughter: 'way beyond were crow-black hills covered young man !' he said, just as that rascally
V. 1|>em. In demeanor he was quietly courte- part of a chance, if such existed, and. I' 'lay "You've done it this time, Crutch,said with mournful stumps. And behind me the lieutenant had done. Here's the divil to

'. cus, talklng easily: and somewhat slowly, still. the rascal. 'Do you know what you've man I had snatched from the paradise in pay. You've drawn a white elephant witha
t. with" a downward inflection on the closing What ? answered voice I took to be
sir\ a
brought in ? The Colonel of Yankee play- which 'he wore orange-and-blue and fine vengeance. This is small And
\fords tit ;?the sentence, characteristic and that of an orderly. I dared not stir, but I he pox you
regiment-a three-monther. It, seems linen and fared on canvass-back ducks, tur- have stayed with him all night! You
1 I': Ceasing j ;when we became accustomed to it, knew both speakers were Yankees. left his men in Washington to be drilled, tle soup and champagne every day, was sob- be a Christian. You are certainly may confounded
i J. mat whiGb would have been a drawl in an 'Those that look like fruit on -
things to'visita
and ran down in his Sunday-clothes bing for the young wife, waiting in her fa- greenhorn. What's this Yank to
fr .Irliterate He had the mellow voice
speaker those trees.: sure-enough camp, where he happened to ther's house (in Orange, New Jersey) for his you that you should run the risk of spoiling -
and intonation "
of the
1 Southerner ; accent 'Persimmons, sir-sort of winter plum have acquaintances, bringing his own orderly return crowned with laurels and such trash your manly beauty or-with a
h1 -v;ere Virginian, as were certain provincial that grows around here.' with him. They got there yesterday by a grateful country! She would never growl-what is more to the savage of depriving -
E t tricks of.: expression that protracted residence ." 'Good to eat?' and started off this morning to see something have let him enter the army if she hadn't the Confederate- army of a capital

r. i injjiigher or'modified.latitudes would have corIJ" When they're ripe, sir-after three or of the country. Didn't dream they believed as sublimely mid idiotically as he scout?' This is what comes of your blamed

.TECted : His smile was humorous singular- four sharp' frosts. Then they're really sweet were on Rebel ,territory until he was taken did in his ability to stamp out the Rebellion officiousness. I' have a great mind to send
ay pleasant lending kindly or ahd nice. prisoner by what be must consider an untimely in ninety days. Other men with more you to the guardhouse:
I'l gleams:tb deep-set gray eyes and showing a "Go over there and''bring me a handful.: manoeuvre. Wants to be sent back brains held the belief late "You
same even as as never saw a madder man, nor one
: ; line of white teeth under the drooping mus- I twisted
"As the orderly 'lighted my with an apology under flag, of'truce. Has 1863. more disgusted. You might have thought
I Eache.k head around softly. 'Over there'.was a knoll influential friends under government who he called
"By-and-by me: that I had manufactured the patient and his
; .In a crowd he would be overlooked. some hundred and fifty yards from the main will not submit to this outrage.' If and
tamely 'You take me for a a baby, disease, or imported both with malice
tS ; "With our knowledge of his antecedents, wet road, across 'a gully gro-wn uP' with brush- you had fetched in his uniform stuffed with Mr. Crutchfield!" he said, trying to seem pre-

i 3-Jjund him a fascinating study, even before wood. The orderly would be out of sight, straw it would have been. of more accountto dignified. But my nerves have been 'severely pense.",I stood stupefied, staring at the inflamed
for hisia '
; a'ie was beguiled-ingeniously, for maybe, two minutes while pushing us. We could inwe stuffed our beds with tried lately, and I 'am far from well. face and glassy eyes on the cornshuck pil
modesty: was proverbial-into the relation through the bushes. Unless he turned, his that. This creature is not worth'the creep- This is not a dry location, and I have takena low. It was lumpy, and he rolled his head
II"'"i .if personal adventures back would be towards us for five. If we ing and we darpn't'tnrp him loose. The heavy cold. 'My head, limbs and back uneasily.
:rnr iOf: the:four Virginians present three had could get away unseen by him I might count last batch of Yanks was sent forward to the ache extensively. I seldom give wato "What is this man to me?' I repeated.
'a' \'l rved the Two of the North-
> through war. In less
upon at least ten last night, so friend will be emotion. I have in excellent control
.. had the .desultory Libby your myself "My enemy, doctor There's no doubt
service. -
I'A rners seen To-night than fifteen seconds I and my'revolver were lonesome I'm afraid. When I left, the Gen- excellent !I' about led
usually- that And, stuttering along, by
down after
chat settled
:j .'. : after-supper discussion of staring into the officer's face across the or- eral was swearing like forty troopers becausea "I told all the kind lies inevitable in the mechanical memory, of good works my mother -
the relation and
;,.{ :, ; of the National, storm that had derly's. empty saddle. guard must be detailed to take care of this circumstances, and: set myself to work to taught me when a boy, 'mv enemy sick
incidents 'If you speak or move you- are a dead 'sugar candy cuss.: You've drawn a white cheer him up. I had a roaring fire made in and in prison and athirst !f So I'll give him
lown sucji itjself out fifteen'' years before.that It Rob was man !l' was what ,I whispered! and the pistol elephant, my boy !l' the chimney, hunted up a sutler, and paid drink and stay here and take care of him.

'iy rut'chfiE'ld; gradual drawn approaches to tell the longest silently emphasized. "That was the origin of the name that ten dollars (Confederate) for enough ground As you say, I'm in for it, and may as well
was on ''''Any man would 'have' been startled in stuck to the fellow like shoemaker's wax. (alleged) coffee to make him a cup of hot take my chances here as in the guardhouse:
9 *tory" he, had yet given us : it the circumstances, even if his holsters hadn't We were hard run for.jokes just then and coffee to drink ; finally invited myself to "They quarantined ns, of course, and I
I If inmemory*: ,serves me correctly, been empty, as I had seen that his were. On- this one took tremendously. I wished a dine, and sent adouble mess to be brought had in addition 'the pleasant consciousnessthat
!; ; {vas !the. 4th or 15th. of December, 63, when ly a born coward would have been scaredso thousand times a day I had left the orange- to me there. The Colonel thawed out completely everybody held me responsible for
1, hree wis dais'out.1 making my The way other back to side camp had had far out of his senses as not to find and-blue parrot to devour half-ripe persimsimmons under this process ; was friendly and bringing the much dreaded plague into the

.... and them again under an hour. No corpse ever until his mouth was puckered out forgiving,' and talked like a house a-fire. camp and echoed the doctor's curses upon
of it that
he et was beginning
''fir : year, the looked up at me out of a trench the day aftera of whistling order for a month of Sundays. Politics was the first topic ; then he gave me my officionsness. For three weeks I touch-
-knot 'to ether length by length,
< ,.>it o fortifications, meant to strangler battle with a blanker gaze and whiter face The prison barracks wascalled the menagerie the whole history of his life at length and ed no-human hand except the patient's, the
tlichmnnd.ring of Inside this line was ours. I than did my prisoner. His teeth chattered, : and I, Barn 1111, and the usual salutation in detail ; how his father was a rich mer- doctor's, and that of the orderly who had
4 ; .sometimes when I far audi could almost hear his knee and elbow between two men meeting in my hearingwas chant; where he went to school and college; ,helped me put Judson to bed the night he
) enough
t ht"
outside:,Iou and enough, to look down joints rattle. He collapsed into a loose : 'Say have you seen the elephant? how and when he had gone into business 'was taken ill. The fellow had luckily had
high up bunch. I afraid I should have to hold with his father how he had met and fallenin .the circumstance
the two-in the top of a pine tree on was "It took more moral courage than you'dbelieve ; small-pox. For the time this -
., pon hill for example-that the Rebel him on to his horse. After. that spectacle, to spur me up,to the duty of visitinghim love'with her in 61, and married her on was the only ray of light I could discern -
high ,
''t ;t were like the ring we children used my course was clear, my inind perfectly every day, and there was nothing tempt- the 20th of June. '62; of the house built by upon present and future.
tt samps p make around the chicken to keep off the eas)'. I kept my hand on his bridle for the ing in the calls themselves. For a few days his father and furnished by her's-and so "No gentlemen!" for there was an audible
fid in the of 'chicken-me- first mile, which we took at a right smart he was as sulky as 'possum, wouldn't eat forth and so on, until I might have thoughthe ,movement of sympathy and admiration-
.. hickci1.mecranycrowhands woman game joined all trot, to get well out of the orderly's way. or speak when anybody was by; just lay on was drunk if there had been a chance of "there was nothing noble or commendablein
ground, and faces to the I wasn't in Then I brought both horses down to a walk, his bunk with his face to the wall. I took getting at 'anything stronger than the (alleged my action, I simply did not care at that
ilk fanciful mood that'day however. I had and took a good look at my prize. Any- him, books and tobacco and writing mate- ) coffee. time whether I lived or died. Sometimeson -
3 thing more' in the way of uniform and to the "I bore it like a saint-or the narrator's when I alone with the
i' ""''been tout out to get certain information as gorgeous rials (such as we had) spoke nights sat up
-To in particular and I hadn't got I had never seen off a parrott's back. He guard about treating him well. I couldn'tdo wife-until dark. Then I ordered in a big frightful object his wife wouldn't have
It. one A division camp had into, winter was orange and blue from top to toe. An less-having got him into the scrape. I heap of lightwood knots to scare away the ',known for the superb Hercules she had mar-
; exactly the most gone inconvenient quarters position orange feather in a blue cocked hat; a blue would have done much more' to make his blue-devils,I was afraid might return when I ried, the deadened heart within me would

(for us) they could have selected. A body-coat slashed and faced with orange; situation endurable, if he had let me. On left shook 'hands' with the Colonel. His warm and stir under the thought that she

mile further to the east, west, north or orange stripes down blue breeches ; orange the fist Sunday he spent with us I found hands were hot and dry, his eyes watery. might owe his life to me: I could do thisone
t' south :And the settlement would have been lining cuffs and. collar to his cape surtout. him up and writing.! 'I believe you have taken cold !l' said I. thing for her; that if she hadn't forgot-

o"more, to us than'a dozen others. If one There were actually sallow streaks in his He glanced around,and nodded to rny I'll look in after supper and see how you are ten me utterly, she might even guess that I

,' : gentlemen had to sleep a in fourth- blue-white complexion. getting on.' had tended him.not as a Christian should,
.ory wouldn't think comfortablyof If fine feathers make fine birds, I have salute.Vell, Colonel,' said I; 'How goes t? "You are awfully good,' said he. 'Holdon the creature made in the image of their
i night alarms you or fire after you had heard captured the Yankee peacock of the walk !' What can I do.for you to-day ?' a bit !' fumbling it in his breast-pocket. common Creator-but for her sake. It was

the key turned on the outside of door. thought I. 'I want to send a letter through the 'I wouldn't show it to another Graybackalive. not a lofty motive. It may not have been
ouniight, not care to leave the your chamber "But my military salute was given in lines. He was gruff, but not sullen ; 'guess But you have man's heart by Jove! 'an honorable or manly impulse, but I sub-

M r ''Mafere! morning, but in case you should! good faith to the prisoner of war-not to his you can do it, if anybody can !l' and I want ,you to see what justification I mit that it was a natural and powerful one.
'@brat camp was our locked door, and from clothes. "I tried not to smile. have for giving way as I did a while ago. With me it prevailed over loathing and sel-
t genera\ down to sutler we regarded it as the We may'as well understand one another, 'I don't know about that Your picketsare 'Tisn'tlike me to give way;,Mr. Crutchfield, fish care and loneliness, kept me from
ugliest: wart on the face of the earth. As General," said I. It is always safe on an un- now on the lookout for me' just now I I have myself in excellent control, as a rule flinching when things were at their worst.I .
Dogberry : It was tolerable and not to certainty to rank a' fellow well up the line, reckon and not in a humor for the exchangeof -excellent My wife's picture, sir.'. never knew how love for that girl had
ft says Everyman of us felt that ifMere and I was dazzled into a notion that I might civilities. I have known them on both "It was set in a pocket'case of velvet and grown into and wound roots about every

} endured."/as such a thing as bursting that doorClftIHhinges have in tow the Commander-in-Chief of the sides to swap newspApers and tobacco by I gold and painted on ivory, and as surely as fibre of my being until the horrid ordeal of

; he'd like to have a run at it. United States Army. pitching them across a road or creek. There he and I were standing together in the these three weeks tested it.

".1 had hung about the skirts of the encfrpnient 'I. am neither guerrilla nor highway are ways and means,; however, I'll do my Heaven-forsaken mudhole'the wilderness, "There was a brisk skirmish that came
# \ three days and nights. Form-' robber, nor yet a deserter from the Federal best to get your letter through by what we Lucy Deane's face was inside that frame! near being a general engagement while we
stately the weather- was very mild. Two army, as you might suppose from my coat, I call the''grape vine telegraph. :Not a word was spoken in the barnlikeroom were shut off from the world. The camp I
jiightV, I slept in the tobacco barns, the went on to explain. 'I ,am a Confederate "lIe stared hard, but only'said 'thank as Crutchfield stooped for the tongs had entered was surprised by night, and
scout. You came from the on the and live coal to the fresh tobacco
camp 1' a lay on
bird tinder a fodder stack, rolled up in a you after some hours fighting, the Federals were
federal overcoat. hill over yonder I suppose? "Presently he handed me a letter directedto with which he had filled his pipe. His hand driven back to comfortablefor
military a position more
F ; 'iThe: one you wore on the nor'ard side of He nodded, still tongue-tied. "..lIt,. Colonel George W Judson, Orange, shook ; he drew strongly and quickly on the them and for us. Our men had the
bicc rock "' asked an auditor quizzingly. ':'Now General,' I said slowly, that he Xew Jersey} stem until the tobacco was ignited. longed for chance to set theirshonlderagainstthe
t Ciutehfield's: eyes twinkled. might take it all in : 'I mean to use you as 'I thought you were a New Yorker!' "I'm a rank fool-I know. No man locked door, and it went down under

I *''The same. That was at Chancellors- my safe-conduct through ,that camp. I said I, before I remembered that it was impolite knows it better. For I am shivery and the rush. The commanding general sent
ville. .I was caught between the two lines. know just what my life is worth if I, am to see the address more rude to remark achey all over to this day, when recollect me a' kind note the morning, acknowledging
"tThere:: was an immense boulder with a caught within your lines in this dress.just upon it. what shot through me as the glare of the the''important service I had renderedthe
cringe of sassafras and chinquapin bushes trifle more than yours will be if you byword "But the Orange, New Jersey,' caughtmy ]lightwood _fell on that picture. I held it Government and army by the valuable

''rov 'g around the base. I had slept look or gesture, give me up. Dead or eye, and there were reasons, why it with both hands to steady it for a fair look. information I had secured in my brilliant
;tnon r them overnight, being on scouting alive I am going through that camp. If you should. Lucy's blue eyes just the color of the sum- and daring exploit. I read it at Judson's
luty 'Lt the time. The firing awoke me and betray me, I will make a run for life and "He scowled, as was natural and 'proper, mer sky, that was so far above us that Au- bedside and threw it into the fire. I was
eanll; do nothing but lie low and keep liberty. I've been in narrower straits than at my impertinence. gust holiday. Lucy's hair rippling about very low of'heart that day.
lark !until the rumpus was over. I had 011 that and got off scot-free. But-III drop 'My wife is, at present, staying at. her her forehead and looking like a Madonna'sglory Last week I saw my three-year-old boy
':',111\9 pantaloons and hunting-shirt and this yon first certain 1 I never miss my mark father's-during my absence.. in the sunshine Lucy's small red when a plaything that wasn't his was taken
livercoat. Half the day 1 was on one sida when I take aim in earnest. If you go quietly !- He jumped up and walked to the door. mouth. Lucy's smile! Hadn't I got the from him, dash himself on the floor and
pf time? rock wrapped up in the blue coat out along with me I engage you shall receive 'I have a confounded headache to-day!' whole inventory by heart during the halloo and kick at the offer of another anda
U: compliment: to the Feds., the other half no damage in life or limb. Now, I he said in a choked voice. month I spent at the Seagate of Heaven in better toy. If he couldn't have what he
I'n i tho opposite, side in my shirt and expect you to bear yourself like a man and "I had to remind myself of the prepara- 1SGO? Having seen and talked with her on had set his heart and head on he wantednotbing
,')rwch-i because the Rebs. were having the an enlightened citizen of the United States, tions on foot to break up the obnoxious an average four hours a day for thiity! days, ,and looked upon even his mother's
\t)es of It in that direction. It was the live'iest and make things comfortable all around.1 camp founded upon my reconnoisance and and dreamed of her by night and day ever comforting as an insult. I thought at the
w 'irk I ever did in the way of shiftingnp "The 'fellow's brain sailed awkardly for report, before I could feel like an honest'man since, was it likely I should make any mis- time that .I knew just how he felt. I was
political bas The business has become the want of ballast, as I have intimated. again, and not' a kidnapper. take as to identity? hardly more than a boy when I ate my Sunday -
so com uon in Virginia since that I have Bat he had the instincts of a gentleman, and 'I am mighty sorry for you Colonel- Yet I made certain of this. Straightening dinner in the prison barrack and amiably -
4ivcn| it up as low. acted up to his lights when these had the -upon my word I am!' I told him in all myself up-the bending down toward swallowed my yawns as Colonel G. "W -

l "ThYold; coat was to serve me better watch.. He returned my salute, drew out sincerity. 'I wish it hadn't been a military the fire had cramped me queerly-I said. Judson spun love and political yarns. I
cum_ oil this occasion. For half a mile be- his sword and offered it to me. necessity to capture :you, and against military 'I could be sure I seen this face before.It came out of my month's quarantine grave,
,1'oitd: the outer pickets guarding the objec- 'Keep it!' I said. 'I hope you'll live to rules to set you free this ,very minute.1 reminds me of a young lady I met at Cape steady and unhopeful.. I had been badly

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%>ett the; right eye plucked out Traveler's T'IIE : I
hurt Guide. I IN CIRCUIT COURT, FINE- bl Valuable Lands Sale-
Orange for
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tlie r ;ht !haml cut the nervous system -
or fecllthejur. | long after the wound has TRANSIT. &, PFNINWLARRILROAD.; FOURTH,. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAUCOUNTY 'Tracts containing twenty ,acres each of -
?. FLORIDA. ____ choice high hammock land on Orange Lake
healed: un.} | Day Passenger Train leavesFor -
S. For ;wok I woeks it had been, an evenltaltee and' l suitable for orange growing and truck farming -
Cedar Key and Wild wood, :DEXTER IIUNTER, I
c witlija slight! tilt on the wrong sIde, all pQintspji Transit Road..10.25 a, m. '. i. are.now offered for sale. These lands
whctlnT.Niy (nat; lived or died. In aU these Savannah> and all points North JOHN II.vs. BOYNTON.: .1 ATTACHMENT' ';:.;...;..........................;........:..................* are very conveniently situated for transpor-
by water or rail, and will be sold bn
fourtcelttlaw:\ ntt 'had not a lu.clIl moment, and West............... .................10.25 a. hI. Doing business under the I '1,003.00. -. terms to suit purcbas rs. Titles-are
all I'lje'tltue I lie was whistling, or going -ATKING'S ? unques
and inotions. (connecting Callahan:) ; name and style'of JohnBoynton's tionable. Also valuable timber lands in.

throiicWhe.. Yonlmaj'! laugh, but )jt was the mostilrearsoule For Tallahassee, Pen acnla.and all Son.. j large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS _
points on the Florida Central ,& DEFENDANT, JOHN H. BOYN- BAZARHATS February 16. 1882, Fernandina, Fla
thing you can conceive of. His Western Railroad................ ...10.25a.m. SAID. doing business as John Boynton's
shut his
we ti swollen lips! were parch- '
eves (connecting at Baldwin.) :Son will take notice of the
eI anti fcaeli, hut he pursed them togetherfor : hereby commencement t
j waltzes !'psalm! tunes, negro melodies, Day Passenger Train arrives : of the above entitled suit by '
ni.irche.iqtuckMeps.. sonatas and 'move- From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and I Attachment in the Circuit 'Court, Fourth, ; BONNETS, RIBBONS: ,
; Jif the score and hundred mad-, all points on the Transit Ho d... 4.35 p. m. Judicial Circuit, in and for> the County of Sale of Railroad Lands.ON .

jenjii3iabolical Jl1ent medley! until I thoughthe'd From Savannah and vail points in Nassau. Florida; and is notified to app'ear,

wll: !tie' away his immortal soul. Henever the North and-'Vest................. 4.35 p. m. plead or demur to the declaration filed FEATHERS,- LACE' FLOWEES.
when he From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and therein, on 'or before the first Monday, in
hl except was asleep,
rn up.! all points the Florida Central March next, or judgment by default "will be NOVEMBER' 26th 1884
tfcp fever in going off, left him too on A Fall Line Elegant Lace and Mull Fiehns ,
until bar of Yankee & Western Railroad................. :!.35 p.m. taken herein on behalf of. Dexter Hunter, ,
weak t-+ido so ;much as a
; flight Passenger Train leaves- the plaintiff above named. LANDS, INCLUDING THOSE
For Cedar Wildwood ,and all R. W. DAVIS, by the State and belonging
He &as just! able to travel when we Key, to E
brkl'C3*flip'1' Larch and fell back'to Rich- points on the Transit Road........ 5.05 p. m. H. J. BAKER :
mond. 4i April 1 there was an exchange of For Savannah and all PoiutsNorthand Attorneys for Plaintiff. Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, The Florida Railway '& Navigation Conp'yfrformerly

prisoner!, and strained;: all the poor influence West............ .................... 5.05 p. an.connecting Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 28, 1884. l-3m

I pyNes:; l to<< have him included. He ( at Callahan.)' Ill ,CircuitTCourt All of the Latest Styles. ( the Atlantic, Gulf & West India
was wtiifclerfuHy little disfigured by the dis- For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all the Judicial Transit Railroad Company), will be, offered.,
1 the Florida Central & Circuit in and for the for sale.
>-I -oppose! because he was too busy points on ,
C1M u'lMhn: to tloar\t his face with his nails. Western Railroad.................... 5.05p.m. County of Nassau. Florida FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, This sale will cover lands as far south and
( at Baldwin.) including the last tier of Sections in Town- ,+
\Vebid-i: cnPlt till surgeon, too, as skillful as connecting Josiah H.-Prescott "1

he nas r, ughgtoken,and he had used every flight Passenger Train arrives- 'vs. > I notice of Hoop Skirts, d Ladies' Underwear.] ship 25.The ,
noMbIer mean* to save the Colonel's good From Cedar Key Wildwood, and John II. Boynton doing bus-{ Attachment. Office for the sale of the lands above-

looks. Wheil '(I parted with him at the all points on the Transit Road... 8.40 a. in. mess under the'name and f Amount referred to will be located in a Car on a sidetrack -"
I the tears in his Savannah and all in of the Railroad, twelve miles south or '
Kichmofid depot, saw eyes From points style} of John Boynton's I Sworn to 1
and )heard his voice break as he said Fare the North and-West.................. 8.40 a. m. Son. J $1,000. -+-I-+ Panasoffkee.The .
ts ii\iEi\ : 'i sale will continue for TEN DAYS ,
well.: I thanked( God fervently that since theinfection' From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and above named defendant John II. GAMES. ,
commencing on the day named after which
; was'in) his veins before I met all points on Florida Central & TIlE ;

took Jiift prisoner, he had been given intomv Western Railroad....................-. 8.40a.m. of the City of New York, doing 4111 commencing on the 8th 'day of December,,, "
business under the name and style of the sale will be resumed
hatuK I htui nursed him as I would my by the Company:; at.
tlrer! *-for till wife's sake. That he would FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to Its Office, _
h .
) Aimv arid I never forget. He wasvery Train leaves dally, except Sunday enter his appearance in and to the aboveen- Croquet Sets and.Base-Ball Bats,

never gfltefuh There was never a better- For Jacksonville...................:....10.45 a. m. titled attachment suit commenced' against No. 108 West :Bay Street, Jacksonville..
him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott, .
lieartedJellow."As: Train arrives daily, except Sunday' Plaintiff, on or before the first.Monday in' MARBLES, KITES, ETC.
?had toibe sick among strangers it's From Jacksonville...................... 4.15 p. m.. January, 1885. and to plead or demur to the All communications in relation to sales
to hold of -ALSO- should be addressed to
deuced |tickjlou happened get ;
Sll.1ula1/onl1/- declaration tiled therein on or before the

me,* WIle his 1 last words.: But for you, my For Jacksonville ...................:.... 7.00 a. m. first :Monday in February, 1885, or judgment Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons. __ S. I. WAIVES. ,

poor girl woul I be a widow instead of expecting For Jacksonville! ........................ 4.30,p. m. will be entered against him by default. :: Land Commissioner,

her htsband home. I shall never From Jacksonville.....................10.35 a. m. H. J. BAKER,: 51 '. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

forget( your trot f incsi, and she Illove: 'you for- From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40 p. m. Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. KING'S BAZAR 1 1Il
'told her all about it. ,
ever when l'te _
A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court.
weather the maimed limb SEA ISLAND .ROUTE... m
"In damp :
Fernandina Fla., September 6, 181-3m:
aches and tk rQbs. The neuralgic twingeof From Savannah,Steamer St. Nicholas .i I Cor.. Centre and Fourth, Sts.. Fernandina.

thought'c'nt\ through me, as he said Sunday and Thursday In Circuit Court- Fourth Judicial $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT

that. The reflection that once-and not so For Savannah, Steamer St. Nicholas MERCHANT TAILOR. _

long ago-that was not the argument I had )I01ida{and Friday. Circuit, Nassau County, Fla. Ox receipt of $5 we ,-= r ,
win Deane to love meforever. Lettie :Millervs. 1 .""
hoped to useto Lucy '
will send =
I Notice of R. G. :McQUITTY you an Elec5' = '
York direct steam- tric Lamp. Burglar :: -:: : :::::
For New by ::: ::
In tinsattachment..
Sn the of 64. April, John Boynton doing
"This was spring ships State of Texas or City of ; Has removed his business to the rooms over Alarms $1. Call Bells / ==:: :;.v .. "
'n( )), I went liome for good and all, with a iness under the name and Amount .
the New York Bakery, on Centre street. $1. ElectricGasLighter .
Sau Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00p.m.From "
U. S. Grant U. S. A., inmy style of John Boynton'sSon. sworn to$400
signed by .
pass New York direct, by City of He has received an assortment of seasonable Telegraph Instruments l
pocket. I goods for gentlemen's and is preparedto Medical Batteries
San Antonio and State of Texas, wear -

"In May,l' ceived a letter from Judson this every Friday........ .................. 3.00p.m. THE above named defendant, John H. make them up to suit all tastes in the &c -
directed to mjr father's care. He had of the City of New York, do- best style. "In regard to your new Electric Light
stated, written to me' 'several times by flag BALTIMORE &: FLORIDA STEMSIIIP LINE. business ,under the and' of
ing name, .style : j25 Repairing neatly done. we'think you will be exceedingly successful
of truce, but:I had not heard from him sinceour For and from Baltimore, by steamship ,- John Boynton's! Son, is)hereby notified to Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884. in securing its universal adoption. sl

parting ft year before. He was sure this i Jesse II. Freeman,every ten enter' his appearance in 'and to the above Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIELD, t
would reach laeif alive and he desired to at water. suit commenced
days high entitled attachment against 'V A.NTED.AGEXTLE1AN 737 Broadway, N.Y.1""I m
put his purse, house and business influenceat BOSTON &:.FERNANDINA STEAMSHIP LINE. him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before witnessed with much pleasure the test
service.. There was a flourish of com- the first in 1885 and to WHO IS A PROPRI-
my For Boston LorenzoD. Monday January, of your new Electric Light. I believe yon
by steamship
passionate patronage throughout the epistle demur "to the declaration filed in Summer Resort
plead or will find no difficulty in bringing it into
the 'stomach of a defeated Biker or the Vidette every (which is eminently successful and !
that sat ill upon said cause on or before the first Monday in pop- general use. Eastern Man. '"Northwestern -
Rebel but tin honest good-will and sincere Wednesday: at. high water. February 18S5,,or judgment by,default will ular) wishes to lease a well furnished Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM.: f

gratitude of tie writer were yet more ap From of Boston the every steamers.Monday, b)'. be entered against you. Hotel in the South, or would accept a position "We take pleasure.in stating that the tests.
one same '
and have considerable influence.
parent. I II. J BAKER .
[; we made of your Electric Light proved per-
"The last page, was written by a woman.I CHARLESTON &FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. Don't want a house of over 75 to 100 rooms. fectly satisfactory. You will have a large-

saw that as I turned the leaf and I bad to For Charleston, by steamship City A. ED'YARDS'Clerk Circuit Court. Best of references given and required. and ready sale. Yours truly,

lay the letter on the table to read the rest 'of Monticello, every Wednesday, ,Fernandina, Fla....September,6..1884., Address at once. RICHARDS & Co, 1
so severe was he remembered and familiar From Charleston WILLIAM H. BRIGHTON. "
by same steamer 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue, N.Y.
neuralgic i ge. All women write pretty every :Monday..... .............. 2.00 a. in. Sheriff's Sale. 455 State St., Albany, N. Y. The above testimonials explain them-
much alike'nowadays, and what I call the a
For Charleston
by steamship Cityof
"TTNDER and virtue of execution
by an
hand; I had two three selves.WE
hickory splint or
Palatka, every Sunday. U issued out of the Circuit Court, Fourth COTTAGE WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.G. .
in to invita-
notes from L Deane reply
{:icy From Charleston, by same steamer Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, W. FOSTER & CO.,
tions. gifts'the(+'flowers and at the like, and recognized every Thursday....................4.00 a. m. in a suit in sait Court determined wherein Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.
fchirography: once.
"'My :dear; Mr. Crutchfield,' it began. ST. :MARYS RIVER. Theo. Starbuck is plaintiff and Henry Ho- FERNANDINA FLORIDA. ... --.
'although 1 never had the great pleasure of Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- bein defendant, I have levied upon and will i t I I
I call For St. Marys and Crandall Tuesday sell at public auction in front of the Court- IIt t
meeting youn person, must you a Offers pleasant rooms, well furnished,withor
dear friend, because you were so good to my and Friday....................... 3.00 p. m. house in'theciiy of Fernandina, on Mondaythe without board. Table Boarders will be
darling h( sbaHd: For St. Marys and Dungeness, on 1st day of December, 1884, during the
"I declare: t>> you,gentlemen that was the Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p. m. legal hours of sale the south half of Lot 3 accommodated 2 Miss; also LUCY O. THOMPSON.

worst cut ofaH-a savage, lagged tear witha For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, of the south-west quarter of'section twenty- -

rusty blade.;' I was as a dead man out of Monday and Thursday............ 8.00 a. in. four ((24)), Township two ((2)), North, Range
mind with Itke only woman I had ever Steamer Martha arrives twenty-eight ((28)) East containing twenty- -THE- 4 T7f? ,
eight acres more or less. Levied as the
loved-the for whom-! upon Nf
v onian From St. and
Marys Crandall on
View Co.
"I got npjjjnd: stamped about the floor Monday and Thursday............. 7.00 a. m. property of Henry Hobein. Florida Photographic %
Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. .
like one clcm nted. Up to that instant I From St. Marys and: Dungeness, m
had kept Ill > rbspect for her if she had married A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff. OPENED APIIOTOGKAPII
) on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a. m.
:Fernandina, Fla., October 30th, 188.4tdX RAVE
handsome rich She
a gas-bag. was From St.Iar's and King's Ferry, I.

never bound tb me although she must have Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00 p. m. GALLERY Iw
knout n that :roved} her. And no girl ever -- :'I\
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forgets the nian who has once made love to Opposite the Post-Office,
her.: But to ;disown our acquaintanship, Post-Office floticc. I'f
Office Hours-From 8:00 to 6:00 s where they propose to do first-class work,
perlutps because her darling husband was tore A. M. : p. M. tlu fI
had ; een,so gijod to him was worse than ungrateful. Money Orders and Registered: Letters fron DEWAAL, well known asia superior Artistin

It was unwomanly. Ah, well 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. :M Portratit Photography.

I haft worshiped) an ideal !-=that was" all.: to 3:30: p. 111.ARRIVAL w EIGy Patronage respectfully solicited.

Xow let us f>c Jtulson had further. gesotu>'nrpsa also promptly attended to.
to say Transit & Peninsular Railroad- : rL (

It was a n-at cut-and-dried note; commonplace Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 P. )I. ... j j'I 47 MARSHALL & DOBBINS.
to the last degree of inaneness; mails from the North the q
Brings 'I!! @ ;, r
dotted with aJjectives of and A
gratitude en- Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular : ,0i = 'V. K. BAUKNIGHT,

the dearment pins in, btjulk", IfWcome: in with Little the Stranger regularity T on a Closes railroads. i;! 3 Jli AGENT, y '
,daily except Sunday..10:00 A.1.::
baby's pincushion. It was signed L. D. Takes mails for the North, the i iiimt :! I) :g!! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL /
;: :::: eus
JudAin. the tombstone ;
Tlc .
signature set, Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular ; ;
above my dead-and-buried love. roads. :..t I I ., BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, Gnuernraent.'I
Opening December 1,1884:
I was folding up the letter-a sadder anda Leesburg train,arrives daily.....:.... 8:40 A. M. "'.j;!!'': I I .-.'' '"I ANDDealer
cured, mail! .-when I espied a postscripts Brings Western mail only. .\.... in Ice UNHEK THE ,', i I
s zeI1 into the margin at the side and top '
of the first Fernanama & Jacksonville Railroad- United States i iI
Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:15 A. M. ,
favorite sister who remembers with
great'My pleasure .herformerdel Lucy, acquaintance Brings the Jacksonville and St. BROOM STREET WHARF, I fi

with you at dear Cape May, sends her kind re- John's river mails. i0
My blecsed; George says you thought my Closes daily except Sunday..........10:30 A. M. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. $1,300,000, t;
1'ieture very milch like her. She is ever so much, Takes the Jacksonville, John's the General Gotcnnucnt. i
Appropriated by ;. \
prettier than; I I Yours;LAURA gratefully D.J., River and Northern mails. iI I

"The narrative was broken short by Sunday MailJacksonville PATENTSMHNN $? ?2
round after round applause from hands and St. John's River, :
I ..,, <)rl
and feet 'flip only bachelor of the party arrives:...................................10:25 A. M. & CO.,of the SciENrmc AMERICAN, con con,,; l the Citi/en* m.

jumped upona: chair and waved his pipe Northern mail arrives................. 9:00 P. M. POWDER tinue Marks.to Copyrights act as Solicitors, for the for Patents United,States Caveatstrade, Canada, I $200,000 I I
above his heed, hurrahing lustily. Wl1enromparativ'c Jacksonville St. John's River and England, France Germany etc. Hand BOOK about C ,

silence was restored. Crutch- the North closes....................... 0:00 A. M. Patents Patents sent obtained free.thronzh TlJirt v"pvpn"ears'MUNN& CO.experience are noticedIn Appropriated bv Mexico. i II'I'
field rappel but the dead ashes from the Jacksonville and St. John's Rh'eron Absolutely Pure. SCIKXTIFIC AMLRICAX. the largest.rest,and .

bowl of his 'Powhat.an upon the hearthstone I)', closes......................;....... 4:00 p. :M.: most Weekly.widely Splendid circulated enpravinps scientific and paper.Intcrrstinjr$3.20 year.In $100,000: "I.--I :E

; arose, glad and benignantly bowing SAML. RIDDELL. P. M.PATENTS THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel formation. Specimen copyofthop'ciPutilicAmer- Appropriated bv tlie. Mate of
his thanks. purity,strength and wholesomeness.More Icnii sent free. AddrpssMUNNttCO.: SCIENTIFIC t
Office,2C1 Broadway, New );ork. I'
"Gentleineti, my friends, one and all, we obtained for new inventions economical than the ordinary kinds, $100.OOO, l!

return to tivrn; day after to-morrow. On J or for improvements in old and cannot be sold in competition with the J t i ; I by) the City of New OrleansFrom J
u s Appropiiatcd
thateveninj* I hope to see each member ofthis I ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand multitude of low test,short weight, alum,or STANDARD BIOGRAPHIES, j ,

goodly, company at my dinner table. : all patent business promptly attendedto. phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.ROYAL AND LOGAN. Raay. I $5000 to $25.000 : fi

Mrs.. Crutcljfield(! resembles her sister, George INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN BAKING POWDER CO., G7 lull-page Illustrations : Appropriated bv Innmm-rible "Mate>, Cillc:! I,
\ hington, Judson's wife in one respect, REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented 38 106 Wall Street, New York. 712Royal octavo pages; and ForciguCCoontrics. tI

she'| is always happy to claim her husband's by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent TILDEN, CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS. I, TI

friends C'ull/'icr.} as leer, own."-Charleston flews and Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS K. W. CAMPBELL, 774 Poyal octavo pages; So full-page Illustrations. I Every and State nearlY and al.Territory the Lea>+u.te? Union NatIons represented and !'.

EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- I Countries of ti* 'Eons, rI i 1
:, ents in less time than those who are remote REALESTATEAGENT Best Term ever Offered to Agents.K .
Wss. L. G. Watson 'from Washington. $ Outfit FREE, and ALL FREIGHT PAID. The Biggest Exhibit.! !!>:2 Digjest!! Building and the t;

When Inventors send model or sketch, Address II. S. GOODSPEED' & CO., I Biggest I Inoucirm:: Event in the
Has opencjl! a Select School for young girls we 'make search in the Patent Office, and Waldo, Florida. 48 NEW YOP.K or CHICAGO.Warranty I Wcrti's HJs'.cr! ). r',
and children( in the house on Centre street of ,
advise to its patentability fret of charge .
as .
and ,Mortgage Deeds. 1rr/.Ir3Tro''!< Y .e az.; (::':- l irxin: It'WJlIYY': ; ,
corner of Seventh. Terms liberal! Correspondence, confidential ; fees reason- Coi: )I.a -I.t s"r, -, ..':* \ '! !: V.,,:'lrY
MissVajtson! will commence a class in able and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT LANDS BOUGHT: AND SOLD.: PAPER-GO CTS. PER DOZEN. I urI 'j.JllJ > 'r* ttl, i vk. ,MJ.w... .. ftY .e}
; LINES ": :-''' ('''', f: .1.
Pecorative:: Painting Embroidery, etc., on IS OBTAINED.We Lands Located, sent upon receipt of 2-cent I :, ---- ,, -'> _:" .,,
: tuber Cth, 1884. rrtcir{ 'f:Ve.vrr kn,.,'II;' ,
refer permission to the City Post- Taxes Paid, and stamp. AddressFLORIDA. The KHM-I : ; :
Keferinrcs. : Rev. O. P. Tbrckara, Mr. S. master and to Superintendent of the :\URROR. I theVinH-k.-: ""iiirfc. .ii rn ::aorta lor tarE ':

!;;: anu.jMK I : II. E. Dotterer, Judge' C. V. 'Post-Office, Money Order Division in Wash Titles Examined. 26 Fernandina, Fla. 'I'I E |x.fc foruu.nllluulJrfcd : v r* n" -i .. f': r:

Ilillyerm!Major. F. A. McWhorter. 45 ington. For special references, circularservice Many bargains are offered, and all persons i ". \. r; "r"F.". 1 IIi
I Xo Special Day for BargainsAt !! Ir'rrt vv .'. C. C. K.,.
i- terms etc. addressC. desiring to locate in Florida will find it to DJrt'C"ar *, 1.
0 .
them Ii! 1 \. \ -. *
<>\rrcouts' and Winter Clothing A. SNOW & CO., their interest to call upon or communicatewith J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can get _t. __. .' = __ :, ,__,==='I!:.

*' cost,, ':.. :, AT PAUL FUNKE'S. Opp. Patent Office Washington, D'O. me. 3-tf every day. -" -

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. ., : DECEMBER. 27,. 1884., : .

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Tire. ; ;FLl IDA MIRROR.i Bonds for the Indian annuity fund. LEGISLATIVE' EXTRAVAGANCE. and well populated counties in the ,r --

The amount due to the State has Among the extravagances of the Northern States. :

GEORGE. R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. never been' paid, and neither the Legislature of 1883 was a large retinue "Office is a public trust," must be .I : 't; + .

*&&a.fc6cripfion, 82 six months bonds interest thereon held of officers. ThelowerHbiise the service. Whetherthe f > .
: per year; 81 nor by unnecessary key-note of civil. ;,-;; :; j \<;
.j. corner the United States has been paid, although :consisting of 72 mem-' office be the highest or the hum- '. ":<:> o>.
"Sfficft Centre and First streets,second floor !Tf-5:3W; .
it is. bei ;'the great'majority of whom are blest the trust is alike conferred ;, .' ,""' .x'V'. "'"
1 now -twenty-five. 'years by, ', :: J f<':'FI!". '. ,:
fod '
| 1 RATES OF ADVERTISING.Teh since., the transaction.: Some threeor accustomed, when at home to wait and should be'amenable to, thepeo-: > .";$;-.: ;.,. r I: .." .
[cents, line for the first, and five cents for ,
.C'n1eb;;l'nbWIuent:' insertion. four-years since' 1 arrangementwas upon themselveshad.the followinglist ple. No man has an inherent rightto :;.;:-': F- :

.'Special' lopal notices, 15 cents a line. made by the Governor with Mr.S. of subordinate officers upon their, office. Is he capable, is he faith- '-..-*--%>r-,':>,:-'.' ; .';
'ltea:'Ung olices,25 cents a line. / 4-#* .,/
I. Wailes of to roll: ful is he honest?must be the first "
-gp ria VraJe: for time advertisements upon appll Washington, prosecute pay : -r..

.4-rien, .at::life office. the claim of the State before One chief, clerk, at $6 per day. requirements for official place. Other; > ;::-.,,,'...-.. -
I. .. One assistant 'do., at $6 "' ';:;,<; ,
Congress.. The amount due by ,the considerations enter into the '
Commuriiations may "t U '' : .
{ upon all matters of local inter- One recording do. at $6" ::: ,<

..-'!cst S'>licitedfrom| .all parts of the county and fromtstStmij Government much exceeded the One engrossing do., at $6" '" question 'of election, 'but only as ... ':u-'. -*;'.*',. i t;" .'

; .-communications the lines of Florida intended railways.for publicationpjtKrnTa amount of her bonds and interest One enrolling, at $6" ," secondary' considerations, all other ,' ,, '.'1.Ai ..'

: "be addressed to the Editor; all business held by the United States. One reading do., at 86" things being equal.It s.. ?:,:>! '

a:jetteVs:, slmpiy' to THE FLORIDA :MIRROR.DECEMBER This matter was presented to Con- Making six clerks, at 'an 'expenseof is of this essence of self-rule ina __ ,.,';,I'.*t ct, ,k

ATWDAY, ii, ,1884.SHOW gress and a bill passed referring it to $36 per day, Sunday included. people that it should be a wise ': I' .. .

I! .. -, the War Department to report the The same assembly,provideditself; : rule, that,'in fact, there should be no. -,', ;J.

THE DEMOCRACY CARRIED amount due the State. The War with- rulers but the people, and that all I

FLORIDA' -MR. BISBEE SLANDERS Department reported that there was One who are chosen to manage these
;pHE STATE. sergeantratarmsjiat.$6.. per day.
justly.due.to,the State the sum of One affairs should be' their their
The people of Florida will be door-keeper, 'at..... $4 agents
$224,600. This amount was less One assistant do., at...... $4" servants, bound to do faithful ser
imuch and
: surprised will feel out- '- .. "
than the_State claimed, so that with Two messengers.. at.$4, "' vice. MERRY GHRISIMI I

aragpd at' the reported interview of other items not proved the claim Two; pages; a t.;..T., ::..;!... $.3" ".

L ry jMri Bisbee, now holding a seat in Twojanitorsat........... $2" "'. DELEGATESATLARGE.The .
would been about
''p 1 #:KJoiigres9! from this District. I have $300,000 of Monticello Constitution, in an
with interest from 1857 Making a charge $32, per day
ImmecUately; : after the election against able article on the Convention takes
for waiting upon.,. This is the message of glad tidings tbat will
which the United States holds off-
:3Iri Bislee gracefully acknowledged we think, the correct ground that all
set in bonds of and interest Five clerks to committees, were ring forth in a few days, bringingjoy
f tlais i defeatwithout qualification orxxceptioi& also the members, of the Convention must and happiness to
from 1859 balance of appointed at$5 per day, making many
We have no desire tot leaving a large $25 i be elected,by the people, and hence loved and loving hearts.
per more. *
to in favor of the
$300,000 $400,000
thrust at;sore and defeated candi- The whole roll for this that the election by 'the conventionof
last pay numerous -
State. A bill introduced
date.. We can afford to derive full was and hire of additional members would be

:satisfaction from the success of, our session claim but, we failed believe in to settle this ofa attaches, amounting costly to over superfluous$90'per improper and beyond its power. IKING'StlBAZARCentre [111 1]

m consequence
. : of order not well taken in day. .
point ;&* ? -
ubt .
{ : ce this ebullition spleen and the The Senate'not, to be outdone ,by reason. why the delegates-at-large,
Senate since which have
i tatiese: charges of:Mr. Bisbee, were it heard nothing; of the claim.we the: House, had for its, 32_ members,. cannot be nominated? by a convention and Fourth Sts.,

; --:1.Mfor the,concern we should all.lime roll of five clerks and five door- for 'election 'upon a general
The of the State feel ,a pay is. going to assist you to contribute
people a deep your
for the good name and fame of ticket. As to the number of such
interest .in the settlement of this keepers,messengers etc., with a daily share to the happiness of those you love,

I Ar fair State. matter and we hope the Governorwill pay of'9ver;lgO, !making 'the aggregate ;- delegates-at-large we should say not and for this' reason invites your attention,
1 !4The Madison county affair has cost the over one-eighth of the Senate and
it in his according proceedingsand this Holiday season, to its particularly
['f won! a curious mystery-an attack give a permanent place 128 members of House, which would be sixteen, and
to the Legislature and that waiting upon gant selection of Novelties in Fancy and
mp&n and destruction of the ballot- message would make the whole Convention
the Legislature will the Legislature, over $150 per dayan Useful Presents. Only a few of them are
'f .; Hfobies at three small precincts seemed appoint a special for the number; only 124. If it ,were possi-
unnecessaryexpenditure : enumerated here, such as
committee to the matter
r5,$ much against the interest of the investigate work Three clerks ble we should prefer half of that

b : J&einocratic: party,.so foolish and so I the not causes of to the delay settlement.and'why it We is for each really House requifed.and a, doorkeeper.Ci number for a good working body, Elegant .Toilet Sets,

juisensate in itself, that the suspicion I pressed a as a man of all work r* /, would' probablycover but'by the division of work among Jewelry and Odor Stands,
the fault is
know whether
l :'lW been generally entertained that pretty large committees it could undoubtedly -
with the in necessary service. Boxes,
',:.n\> was a put up job, to furnish the agent Washington em- The services )'T"*(both: houses are complete the revision in Glove Boxes
ployed to look after it or with our : ,
.; (dund of a contest in Congress if twenty days. The changes we be-
J Senators and Representatives. It always public, except for short. periods Albums (in Russian Leather and Plush.)
i -."thc.vate was at all close and a Repub- of Senatex': xecutive sessi ns. lieve will be confined to very few
would that the 'War
f"U .Sican majority should prevail in Con- seem as Depart- We have been, aping the extrava- articles. It is fortunate that the Con- ,
ment has passed on the..claim thatit
Wi **szress.- It j has, been argued that ins of Congress and following vention will now meet with fewer
9 gance any-
only required the.necessary legislation -
f"q ;.:h-ftch a case Mr. Bisbee would 'not in but democratic ; obstacles to harmonious action than
to direct the settlement by thing simple : prece TOYSeANDeDOllS
\; : py;event lose as he would.proceed dents. would have been the casein past
"' i' 1 the Treasury Department. The justice -
; Call' np voters enough to swear Let us have a general reform and years. The color, line is being grad-
of the claim is not in
::41' 4}at he voted for him to give him That is admitted by the report question.of practice the economy' ve.have put in:. ually'obliterated;and it is safe to say IN EVERY VARIETY, STYLE AND

: ) jl! the votes he received, and per- and declaimed that two or three years hence there DESCRIPTION
our platforms
the Secretary of War the amount of upon
.ti : 'ps many more, while he would from the will be but three counties containinga
I the due is settled that stump.
:Jf.1ve: the benefit of creating an impression Every dollar expended for favoritism numerical majority of a colored ,
made than
j t that he was wronged and report The more of interest two years and to make place'for somebody population and in those counties the i ROCKING HORSES, EXPRESS WAGONS

: r sail doubtful votes would be ruled inIliis ago.such claims allowance has been settled by upon an at the expense'of the people, is colored people will have under a,National i.

favor. | We hope that a, judicial unbroken chain wrongfully expended; and our servants as well as State Democratic VELOCIPEDES, ETC.
of-precedents. Why
n "Investigation will establish ,the re- the members elected to the administration, have unlearned the
then is it not paid? We hope the ,
i ll .:- ponsibili y. of the Madison.outrage. will take actionin Legislature, should be individuallyheld prejudices instilled into them for
Legislature prompt
3Ir. Bisbee' claims that he lost 500 political ends, and will recognize the
Jar to account for their
5 : participation -
Tjrotes by it. As he was defeated by claim-the matter and. ,ascertain why is this in any wrongful expenditure.: fact that they can safely place the "t< is.not con-
'a paid. $300,000 a
33.391, it!would,if true, have left him -- same reliance upon? ,their intelligentand ,\ II ;!
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I.It .about 900 votes behind 'but find siderable sum for. Florida. and is i u'i white in
; we "OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" worthy neighbors po- -AND-

.3that: by'the r official canvass, his majority worth looking 'after. ;:GROVER CLEVELAND. litical matters, as they have always FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT.In .

: in Madison,was in 1882,496; No more important truth has been 'done in business transactions.
and: in 1884, was 57-making a dif- enunciated in thia age than the above
THE INGRATITUDE OF REPUBLI- this Department we have all the latest
The of the State Fair
.. :JGerence of 439 only. In Florida, Mr.33isbee's managers pithy utterance of the President- CANS. styles and novelties, selected with
determined to make it
seem a suc-
statements will have no ef- elect The Tribune publishes the follow- judgment and a knowledgeof

H feet, as the public ,know that no cess. The plan .is to gather the ex- It contains the whole essence'of a ing as a Washington despatch- the tastes of our

f Ii vadection was ever more fairly con- hibits not already sent to New Or- republican form Of government: Not which is a sample of postelectionlying customers.
leans and after the State Fair Feb-
..vuctacted; but with the died-in-the- by the, accident.of/birtHsnot'by the for the campaign of 1888: .

Twodl Republicans, who have faith in ruary 4th, supplement the exhibitsat choice of a noligarchy, not by the up- MORE REBEL CLAIMS PRESENTED. $Thanking the public for past favors,

i =the Tribune,.it'will perhaps prevent New Orleans. There is no trouble ..heaval.. of a revolutionary'and turbu- WASHINGTON, Dec. -Rebel'claims are we wish them all, indeed, "A Merry Christ-
in getting a fine State exhibit at' steadily coming to the',front in the House.No .
accession the lent clan not'by the free choice of a
ply Republican vote mas and a Happy.New-Year
Hi ? less than nine bills to pay citizens of the
:k"" f.'of: Florida by immigration of that Jacksonville inFebruary. at- free people, office' .is* conferred, on.a; late Southern Confederacy for property

class of Republicans. As regards tention should be given'to agricultural fellow-citizen as j .sacred..trUst> Itis'not taken ,by the United States forces duringthe KING'S BAZAR,

14 X5adsden 'county where ex-Go: exhibits; the horticultural and'floral a reward;it is not a gratuity: war were offered to-day. Five of themare
> exhibits are always fine. There to refer claims for lost property belonging CENTRE AND FOURTH STS.
SStearns was a candidate; Mr. Bisbee it is not a sinecure ; it is a part of which
to estates have become,bankrupt
will be attendance of
states that Assembly District was a large strangers duty, a place of,trust.- It is_not to.be to the Court of Claims for an adjudication of
and it that there
Republican by several' hundred majority important sought, it is.not to be bought, but it the controversies arising over such estates. ', ':' .
should be a good exhibit in all de- Besides these,Mr. Prior, of Alabama,offered' .' I
... but! in the election of 1880, is conferred, not for the benefit or in-. ,;' ... ., .'.
partments.THE two bills, one calling for $1,370 and the -"" ;.' > : j. / :
..C ov. .Bloxham carried, that county terests of the individual, but for the other for $2,667. Mr.,Gates offered one re- f"j/-,-, ."' .
; tiY/237. ,.' Tribunes editorial comment benefit the public.. Compensation quiring the payment of $25,000, and Mr. :';;?"&' k;* :< ;*.''/ :

in ,the shape of salary, fees or emol- Rogers, of Arkansas, one for $6,800. The t.g:
WHO IS TO BLAME-THE CLAIM upon Mr. Bisbee's creed, is as fol- nine bills ,".. -/ t ,
.OF FLORIDA FOR INDIANHOSTILITIES. lows- uments is given to make up to the are for the' benefit of citizens of !i\, .,,, .; ':;;,:; ",.. .,,:
: Alabama, Arkansas,Georgia and Mississippi "'-:";!:" .. < ,". .'c"
the holder of an office for the loss of ,="'f..f'1.... ., ,' .. -
i If Congress should,feel necessity of inquiring respectively, and they were all referred to '-' ''" ,''So I' j'
"* in order to meet sudden time devoted to the service. ,, >.,:;;!:-i'i,0: : \ "" ,
In 1857, a whether a republican form of gov- public the Committee on War Claims. ; S.' 't+'"' : .. : ; .

outbreak of the Indians in the south- ernment exists in the Southern States, the This compensation' should, ..be'a The fact is that all of'this class of .': '.." ; .::; : ,. ::,,:

*em portion of the State, the Florida status of Florida might be profitably discussed quid pro quo, a fair and full payment claims' cases are from men who took is elt t t J': ,; .. ':<', ,:
at an early day. Colonel Bisbee, one :,. ,; !... ." ;'. ;' : ', .
r 'tate-troops were put,into the field of the Representatives from that' State, de- ,for-:the services: rendered, taking into the.Union side during the war andfurnisned ''i- .'<1M'Jf.:"" .,"-",,-'" .".--.;... .;- : .

wit the expense of the State. The clares that in three districts the ballotboxeswere account;the nature of the service and supplies to the Union army ..,.<::- 'i; ......,.a'.:Jt:-'.d...';'t, t4""' 'JI'' Z':1J. ,< .

.State: was entitled to be reimbursed stolen on the evening of election day, the responsibilities' incurred. The during the rebellion, and now the ; ; >" '.{ : ;<. ':.:i; ,"

and undoubted frauds committed. He does : Tribune calls, the claims of these :, t"'L ?':.. ; : ,
: :
for: the expenditure from the United I judge of the court-l as far more im: Union rebel t '; '",. < < "-r"-i:1.; .I .
: claims.
not indulge in insinuations,.but make plain I men 't
:States Government The Legislature statements,that ought to command atten- portant duties and his labor:is of a ,',,'.',:.!.,r,,p.. "kL-;>;" >: '.. .f.};jI'>:.-"

the debt incurred is- much class than that of Warranty and mortgage Deeds.LINEX :' ': :: 'i : "
to meet tion.We higher a PAPER-60 CIS. PER J:...,f.>f: : (.!.o .l". :, .!.:: (::). ,.
DOZEN. 'i" '1 1i' '111-"
untied bonds bearing 6 per cent. in- should very much like to see clerk of the court, and yet we sometimes sent upon receipt of 2-cent -.:; :,,;j:1: : : .*
.-fterest. The Government of the an investigation based on. Mr. Bis- see the pay ;.of the clerk, ten stamp., Address -. .':," ;"
t;nited States purchased'132 of these bee's misstatement. times that: of the judge, in large cities 26 Fernandina, Fla. :fN: ': )f: ); :.';.">" ::"
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JOH.V H. BOY vs.*TON,,doing' I Amount Bond $3,400.$1,700. .'j"" ,. ] FALL C.A.MP.A.IG-N": : : [
business under the name CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT,; f .' ..
and style of;JOHN .- "
; WILL TAKE NOTICE Have just received an entire new stock in every department'from; the WITH A LARGE, ENTIRELY NEW AND FRESH STOCK OF
nt of suit in
the above
entitled caif-e by attachment issued out of Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking, advantage of. cash. purchases *
Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuit enables to offer entire '
the us our stock at such low '
in and for the County of Nassau, and are
notified to appear in said cause on or beforethe JJ frLITR: GOODS t
first Mquday in April next or judgment
brdefault will be entered therein upon failure FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION.
on the Bart of said defendant to plead .
answer or Uemur to the declarations filedin
said causif on or before the first Monday WHICH WILL BE ADDED TO WEEKLY THE SEASON ADVANCES.'
IU May, 1SS'l H. J. BAKER,. We have endeavored: to select the .
f Attorney for Plaintiff
JOHS A. EDWARDS, Latest Styles in We have received our stock JJi1'" GENTLEMEN'Furnishing ',
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Latest and Most ,.
Stylish Designs to be Found Fall
In and for the County of Nassau,Fla. Dress" Goods, FALL CLOTHING, Goods

Fernandina, Fla., Dec., 1884-31110.. SILKS, CASHMERES, 'Men's.Boys', Youth's.' .

- .,\ On NANCE and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves; ,;*..and., see the Brocades_ Alpacas ,Velvets, Anelegant line. Also the in all the E
Eai'dedan Ordinance t., Amend the Police Or- Velveteens, etc., Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.
dinaire Approved May 2S, 1877.BE .

Counci1 IT oilDAIXEto' bf Fernandina BY: THE CITY KIMMENSENI)I i(I\II\II I BARGAINS Great Bargains IN A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for
SECTION 1. 'The Mayor shall keep a docket BLANKETS, COMFORTS, Hew Cloths and Cassimeres, :BROWNING, KING & CO.,
book,ill which he shall enter the title of ,
everycase brought before him, all adjournments Linen Towels,.Toweling, BOOTS SHOES, of New York.'f
,the time and manner of the trial or
other disposition of the case, the judgment to, be had, in Fernandina at the establishment of And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.
and sentencf,!including! the costs assessed, .Goods. TRUNKS AND VALISES, Suits made to order and a
the names olall witnesses sworn on the trial
and all other proceedings had by and before A large line. of Mattings. Rugs, Oil Cloths Fit Guaranteed.

lam in ear*case, and he shall sign his MODE BROTHERS Fancy Goods and Notions,' {
namethreto,After rendering judgment. J5&"Underwear SPECIAL ORDERS }
SEC.2. Whenever any fine or costs shall Hosiery and Gloves,
imposed on any person convicted of any from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in,New York !
offense: ,the Mayor shall commit the accused -IN- Goods at'Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. BY OCR
to the custody of the Marshal with orders to BUYER. .
collect the said fine and costs, and turn said
fines and cots over to the.Mayor, and if the DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS F.. IIJ-:
said fines and;: costs are not paid immedi- :Jp, .'
ately,to commit the prisoner,to the city jail ,' t
there to be imprisoned,until said tine'nd : {:'?> x Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., '
costs shall be paid; provided that such im- GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, -
prisonment :shall not, exceed one day for -NEW YORK OFFICE-83 'Walker St. }\ FERNANDINA, FLA.
each dollar arfractionthereof; :; of such fine '1":'
and costs. Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.WE -
SEC.3. All. persons imprisoned in the RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
city jail under sentence of the Mayor'sCourt I
,or for failure to pay a fine and costs, !,
may be employed,by direction of the Mayor HAVE JUST RECEIVED t : "I MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP
at labor upon the streets or public works of, LINE !
the city,and, ,all persons: imprisoned for non- _
payment of,fines ilid costs shall receive a T' "
credit at the:rate of t'le dollar per day with 10Q PIECE35 M'ATTING39: : FLORIDA AND NEW
subsistence, for such abor which shall be YORK.
credited on the amount: of fine and costs '
charged against them WHICH. WE OFFER AT IMMENSE. BARG INS, = K =. -4 yz

SEC. 4. The under the direction .
supervision Marsbt1'= Mayor shall have -' --
charge ; city jail and of all :
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prisoners con fined therein, and shall be re-

sponsible f(their; safl: keeping and proper . MODEFf3RNANDINA )C-' j'' ,, ., .,'.
: -
care. All arrested the Police of
J parsons: .
this city for any offcnlfe,either with or with. ,. _. "\,:,.;\.. .. ,FLORIDA' ..s",
mt ;shall: he immediately deliv- ''; '
a Warr girt .... ','-iJ.' .., .t .. .. .
/re Marshal at-the jail, together with the war- >
rant or fetateirtent of the cause of arrest, and .
such person shall thereupon be held in custody 'f
by the Marshal,;subject to the further
order of the Mayor. ;
SEC. 5. .The Marshal shall keep a recordof
all prisoners confined in the city jail, .
giving the'dale of their commitment and PAUL PUNKE'SDRY -
discharge, b'1'what authority and for what -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-
cause, and shall report every morning to the
Mayor!a lit-ofall prisoners received by him I CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1,080 TONS
during the preceding; ; twenty-four hours. -+t STATE OF TEXA8, 1, $42 TOITH.,
SEC.G. All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances ti CARONDELET, 1,SOS TONS.WESTERN .

Ordinane conflicting l with the provisions ofthis TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
arc hereby repealed.
First reading December 9 1884. i i it
Second reading December 9, 1884.
Passed its hard reading and adopted December t ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
4 II 11 II II I 1 ''I I II II M II I rr I 11 1
G. F. AVfiRY., President of Council.
Attest: : ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK

EMILQ.! FRIEND, Clerk. CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains. from Jack-
sonville Cedar
Approved ; Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
I "Wi H. POPE. '- This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
t The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
Has rein ove3hrs! business to the rooms over ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
the Sew Yolk| Bakery, on Cenfa-e street. GRAND FALL OPENING JOHNS, OCKLA'V AHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
lle uas: recejvpd; l an assortment of seasonable RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
ids for gentlemen's l wear and is prepared PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
L Omake them up to suit all tastes in the -OF- for LAKE WEIR. I

Fernan 2" Repah I1 neatly done. freight, passage rates, and schedules or further information, apply to j
liqal Fia.. July 12, 1884. Dress Goods Silks Cashmeres

A. of\: North-ern Summer Resort Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
(ihlch is erawicintly;: successful and pop- FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc.
"]: ) wishes|td leash| a well furnished
Hotel m the South, or:would accept a posiDOu GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY; ,ETC.

Addcst,of refiireuces given and required., H. E. DOTTERER
s at on t e. : f' : ', ,

Hamburg Edgings Gloves and Mitts.ALSO .
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.,< .GENER.\.I DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. -Assesstor of Hares-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. ".; HOLMES.: : .

1' .h<. County Judge-&. D. Davis, Sanderson. Cullt Qr' of- Ret'euue-'V.- : F. Trantham, County Judge-M. J.Solomons. County Judge-A. H. Brown ell.
*J United'. States Officers. Clerk rl?. J. Jons,.Sanderson.. Ocala:' w'''.. ClerkV''V.. Jeter. Clerk-1. H. Pitrllan.SheriffThomas .
Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine. R. F. Hosford. N. Ellis.
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.rtegasterL. Sheriff U. C.. Herndon, Sanderson.: Sheriff "" I
1 J', ; A.sessorof Taxes-A. 'J. W. Cobb, 'San- Fort McCoy. Treas'llrer-J. E. Roberts. Tref.tsurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. : 'MONROE COUNTY. !> Collector of Ret'enue-Thos. P. Shuler Collector of Revenue William Tncker

,, Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Collector of Retenu.e-J. R. Herndon, San County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor Taxes-Win.' E. Shuler. Assessor of Tuxes-J. J. Newton
.Survc'yor-General-)1alachi Martin, Talla- T.H.Jackson.. Superintendent of Scltool-
hassee. derson. .Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. .. SUMT.intendentofSeltOol.s-Dr. Whitnell Cut!.
Superintendent of School*-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA WASHINGTON.

DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maioney, Jr., County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. County Judge-,Wm. B. Jones-

Judge Thomas Settle; Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.:

Jfarshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of Ret'enue-Iason S. Moreno', Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff E. P. Melviii.

Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Treasurer-J. S.'Leonard. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.

INTERNAL REVENUE.Collector Sheriff; W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent. of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Collector of Ret'enue-John Roche

Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake' West. Assessor of Taxes George Reese.' Assessor of Tlxes-Geor W. Cook
K Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Superintendent of&/WQls-X.)1. Scarritt. I Superintendent of Schools-D.'ll. Horn
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge*-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan WALTON. CALHOCN.
; John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe. dina. .

_i'.' Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Superintendent'of Schools-L.. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge-William Clark.
John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.
.. Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer
Bowers. Treasurer-J. P.
.Treas'llrer-Jallls S. Richards.
1 : State OfHccrs. County Judge-James' A. McCrory, City nandina. Collector'of RCl.'entle-'V.ll. McLeod. Collector of Ret'enue-Joel P.
Collector Scott Fer- Atkins.
,Point. of Revenue-barren F. ,
nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of-Taxes-John M. Bush
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Schools Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools
Superintendent of -\\\ Q'
1 1 Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent Schools-L. W. Higgin- Cox well.
Gooqrnor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham, Callahan. -
L&eltulidnt-GO'vernar-Livingstoll W. Bethel na. County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan-
Key West.Secretary dina.
Collector of Revenue-D.W. McQuaig. Bre-
State John L. Crawford Tal-
of vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

j flahassee.Comptroller. W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Bergs; Orlando. DESKS.
Titusville. Clerk-Thos.,J..- Shine. Orlando.
A. L'Engle,Tallahassee.
CLAY COUNT Sheriff Thomas :W. Shine.Orlando.

*-, ':.(1 c hassec.Attomey.General-Geor. P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. ,T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes. -Jameb )!..Owens,.Fort SOLID COMFORT OFFICEPPLLXCES
Reid, Fla.Collector.
'" *5: Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. I
of Re'Ienue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. I
'11! Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. "
Sanford., ;
Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove ?
1 11 Public Instruction-E. K.
\g\ Superintendent of
Superintendent of Schools-John T. 'I
1 j 1 j; Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. ?' EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning.
j I. AdJutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee
i Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY. WITH THEM.
Q l u
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+ := BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate':" E. Harrison, Palatka.,
j Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- W. 'e
1 Miduleburg. Clerk F. Forward, Palatka.
wa.,,. ,..
,, :. !t see. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shally. II, Is
;? ;: Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Assessor-A. J. ,Woods.
County Judge -W. 'M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. No. 8 Flat .
:; : Special .Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Clerk-John Vinzant; Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'enlle-Joseph Price. Top. \V" hy use Desks of ordinary

t ;!jf- Building:: Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. __ construction when, for slight
i-: SUPREME COURT. Taxes-A. D. Brown Lake City. Strickland.
i t Assessor of additional cost :
1} : Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR.COUNTY. yon can
the benefit
I :; ? Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W.H. Parker, Perry. of our improre-have

Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. > ments Awkward closets and

:* Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. 'Clerk-John C. Calhoun.Perry.Superintendent'of "" side drawers done away withWesubstitute
Jacksonville.' County Judge-'Villiam'A McLean, Jack- Schools-T.:J. Faulkner. ahl
1 j l' revolving cases,
Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. Perry. 4
ville. rn
; son 1 1
-1 j CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk Thomas E. Buckman;Jacksonville. County :Treasurer-- S. Sutton, Perry. which swing with a slight

; Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Per!')". touch of the hand and are

II sacola.First Circuit--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen-- Assessor:of Taxes>:-Danlel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of' Revenue-J;'B..Hardee, :Perry. =_ ''a "o"C I thus enabled to furnish double
: Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. o
:i Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- sonville. ,..I r ___ the space generally given on
Collector of ..Revenue-Moses. ,J. Brown,
: see. COUNTY. __ each side and when
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Jacksonville: t" i =
Third Circuit-E.- J. Vann, Madison. Superintendent of Schools-Albert* 'J. Rus- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus --=-- =-,,,-.=:;=_: -. open, the whole interior is
Fourth Circuit James M. Baker, Jackson- "" _.l:; _
sell Jacksonville. tine.ClerkBartolo -= flooded with
.j i ville. F."Oliveros, Augustine. light antI all

'or :, Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, q-ail1es- f HAMILTON; COUNTY/'\ l Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine No -14 LowDown Roll Top. poitions readily readied without .

r I ville. County Judge-Henry' J! Stewart,'Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A.. D. Rogero, St. I change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to
4 i Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tam a. Clerk-J. 1\1..Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine. .
; the Desk wanted. We this to a great variety of desks.
apply principle
.!I i.., Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cock Sanford Sheriff Sampsbn Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Jbsepli F.' Llambias, as

;i ti A8"esRor.of Taxes'::-J; M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. .

t Court Calendar Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-. C. 'F. Perpall. JL THE "W"OOTON
4 .. 'fr Columbia County. .. : : St. Augustine: < ;a '' "
: :, FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools"-J. W. Reed,
Superintendent .
.: 't Fall Term- Jasper. : r T_ SUMTER COUNTY Cabinet Office Secretary.The .
p4 :, :; Santa Rosa, Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY.. County Judge-J. R. Steele,'Leesburg,
: Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J..IveyLeesburg.Sheriff y
.: Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- J. S. 'ches.Leesburg.

in tober. ville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. desk
: most spacious elegant ever presented -
: "\\ hington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville., \ Collector of Revenue-Joseph 'Hutchinson,
business One hundred and
r J. B. Mickler Brooksville. to the public.
Sheriff _
; in 0 'tober.a 'Sumterville. _.,.
Jajckson, 3d Monday after,4th Monday in Assessor of Jaxes-R. J-Bradley, Brooks : Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

October. ville. ,ston, Su teryme. rnl Tr:1: ''. J I .; i + one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -
Collector Revenu --F.l\I.Hedich, Brooks-
'g Escambia. Monday in December. : SUWANEE COUNTY. -- y ,, Manufacturers, Bankers, Kailroad Officials -
ville. p
amended section 2 of act of February : ; ;
This 10 act, 1879 and does. not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, County judg -1\I. :M. Blackburn, Live and Professional 3Ien generally.Wootou ; .
vt Fort Dade. Oak. '-

Spring Term. HILLSBOROUGH COU1"TY.County ; Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. i
01 THIRD CIRCUIT. i Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
t.M Spring Term- Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. j Assessor of Taxes-G.;'W.Umsted,Welborn. ADDRESS
,. l Taylor, ,1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. j Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, Cabinet Ollicc Secretary.

April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. !,Welborn. DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Superintendent of Schools J. 0. C. Jones ,
Hamilton, 4th' Monday in April. Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, Live Oak.
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. VOLUSIA COUNTY. "' RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.
J ; in April. of Schools W.P. Henderson
I )'*; ,
f : Columbia, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

4th Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. .
6th Tuesday after Monday
County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello.
in April.FaU Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. _
II T. B. Simkins Monticello. > 00" > -
Sheriff Assessor Taxes: S.: D.
of """ Hodges, Glen Isv
:; Term- Monticello. .
Clerk-W. C. W.
I a a i October.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent of Schools-W, R. Taylor, Cove.Collector of Rerenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen'Co'e. .;f TE RUNi1

Monticello. ,
Madison 2d Monday October., ',j-T'' :::: y..,." :: >!'
11 : '
County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Y
4th in October. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, 0 '\
Hamilton Monday
ticello. :C'::::1.; : ': : =S'Q
Suwannee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- Enterprise. 9fir IE1ie1aij
15 ,: in October. ,ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. I

October.. Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday keenah.Assessor of Tazes-J.; ,p, Grantham. Wau- Sheriff County Judge-Charles:-\V.Alligood.A. Giles Crawfordville.Crawfordville. ;I :,'

:; Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. ;THE FLORIDA
y 'in October. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville.
Sheriff -J. J. Johnson, Old Town. / TOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
s Spring Term County Treasurer TV. W. Walker, Craw-
i St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. fordville.

: Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools' =J.C.Ramsey ew Collector of Ret'enue-R. C.. McMillan. ,Craw- Fernandina
Iltadford,1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. ,
; in County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, :New Assessor Taxes-H. II.
Baker, 2d Tuesday April. of Walker, Craw-
Towns I:. R. Line,
Troy. fordville. on
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. .
44 Collector''' of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
Duval. 1st Tuesday May. SANTA ROSA.
Old Town. And Cedar Key.
i Fall Term-
County Judge-John Chain.
Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend,
in .
St. John's 2d Tuesday September.Clay Clerk R. R. Shepard.

4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. '
; Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Collector of Rnenue-'V. J. Williams. 1r

: Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County J/ldge-'Vm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. |IIOffers| to Lessees and Purchasers a large
i Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.: Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.

I Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee number of the most eligible and desirable
I FIFTII CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, POLK.

Si t Spring Term Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
Treasurer J. L. Tallahassee. Clerk-S. Pearce. '
Demilly ,
Sumter 3d Monday in March. .
J ,
.: i Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bowen. City or Suburban Residences t
hassee. Treasurer-F."F. Beville.
Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in .
: :
Assessor Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. Collector
March. of of Ret'enue-J. D. Filles.
t' Assessor of Taxes W. H.Johnson. UPON EASY .TERMS.
after 4th in
: Levy, Tuesday '
i b ,
'i 1 ;: March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-F. McCrary.. LLtkll -

i ;: Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. DADE. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to I n wrl ar. I I

.': ; :March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. -
t Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Clerk-P.Judge.-Al 1 en E. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

; : Surater, 1st Monday in October. Collector of RerenueBarco, Cedar Faulkner. J
Sheriff Win. M. Mattaur.
: ; Marion, 3d :Monday in October. Key. Treasurer rial enterprises;who will erect on the prop-
-J. Wm. Ewan.
Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Collector Ret'enue-"m. II. Ben
of est.
4th in November. hall, Bronson. purchased substantial improvementsfor
} t Levy, Tuesday Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. erty
; ; Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY.
November. JACKSON. residence, or in which to conduct then
County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, M di-
a f fv SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.

; Spring Term- son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. business. > f1ICJLAFI.!
4th Monday in January. .. flrEGT
# Orange, Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison S/tm"jf-Anc1rew Scott. pt'i
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS :"{ N
: Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer James E. Ileam. : P
4 t Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Madison. Collector of Rerenue-John B. Anderson. i '*1 iNEVr' OUT or ORDE .

; Dade,3d Monday in April. County 7Te.a.mrer-S. S. Smith, Madison. ASetsorof Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from cJ'4s NO EQtJA i

t Fall Term- Collector of Ret'enueD. D. Wadsworth Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. :
2d in taxation, offered by the several cities and
Orange, Monday August. .
; Madison. : laffliBiCfiftW
I 2d in FRANKLIN.: fJrWH ;
:.Volusia, Monday September. Assessor of Taxes -W. P. Thompson, Mad .
? Brevard. 4th :Monday in September. ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. "' towns. Apply to Y4ftKcACO .
: );zde1 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY.,' j Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CIIAS. W. LEWIS i 30: UNION SQUARE JEW

it Sheriff S. A Floyd. Fernandina. 1 t.ANlt
\ Alev4- Q'
lI Officers.ALACIIUA. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Treasurer-R. II. Porter. f'L Ofice, cor. Beach S7th sts. i I G 0f MASS. GA-
J County 1
Clerk Robert S. Griffith Manatee.
Collector of Ret'f1me-Geor A. Patton: .
: o ',. FOR SALE: BY
: ; Sheriff A.. Watson,"Pine Level. :
Assessor Taxes-F. J.
I of Egbert. _... +
Assessor of Taxes-" F. Parrish, Braden- r '- '
C. Gardner GainesI '
County Judge-Junius Superintendent of Schools Henry C. Hicks; -7'-- : -
town. ,. _'.._ ., ., JAMES McGIFFlX,
Ie. .. '-t..":. .f:.:>_: ": :'- .c ; ; I
I Collector Revenue Marion G. Carlton GADSDEN. -: w:. :' '" .
of ; r
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. ; BUILDgr
Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams: .,.' "" COXTRAC'rOR AND r
: 1 Assessor of Taxes-S. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward. Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. '".",: : -< : and Third/ i
ville. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. k'J" I Alachua Street, between Second I

'Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. Treasurer-A. M. Smith. I FERNANDINA, FLA.

: ville.fatperintendcnt. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.. Collector of Revenue-R..M. Morgan. ;.' -

t of Schoola-W.. N., Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhanl. --; f' Orders and estimates from a dictaicetf

i. .t. Oain.. sville. I fheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. | fully attended to. -

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i Day Pas.'M Pas.

- w.iJ. LOHMAN'S. ..EST nLISI..IED 1875. Leave Cedar Key-.................. A.M.7.35 P.M.7.30: Leave Tallahassee..................... ... 8.00 a m
Leave Rosewood................... 8.07 8.10 rrive.akulla............................. 9.05 a m
Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.35 8.55 Arrive St.Mark's_........................ 9.30am ,
i Leave Bronson......... ........... 9.17 Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a.m -
TJ'r MADE t (:ANTIC: PREPARATIONS FOR A LARGER BUSINESS, HAVTORIMSED DRUGS and MEDICINES Leave Archer........................ '9.48 10.30 9.55 Arrive Wakulla-...........................10.25am
I l; STOCK OF GOODS Arrive Tallahassee....................... 11.30
in.t;: :! Leave Palmer.... ..................10.03 10.49 ? a m

Leave Arredondo..................1018 11.00 -
Mr RT rl&nn la Leave Gainesville..........;:..:...10.45 'Jr.3G CON NECTiQNS.
!t!flETg r hwla DRB LijTHIH HORSEY & CO. A. }I. all At Jacksonville North with Waycross Line for

/ / / / Arrive Waldo...... .. ...........11.27 12.30 dina points Jacksonville and East; With the Fernan-

'BOOTS Leave Waldo..........;........::...11.40' 2.00 dina Short Line for Fernan-'
: AND SHOES = Leave Thurston..:..:..............12.03 2.30 the St.; and with Steamers:; for all points on
=1 PHARMACISTS 1 .. Johns River St. Augustine, etc.
a dthOu"ands4.1f) fr.hc other articles, which I will sell for 25 per cent., less than you pay Leave Starke.......'.........".........12.38 P.3I. 2.47 At Baldwin with Florida Transit &Pen-
nnothl'r hOl\ C ,saiue Goods Give: me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and I Leave ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
1 Temple's ..............12.46 2.57
tcvla,mince Ant of'the importance or SAVING.T' 0 ,DOLLARS out of every ten.LOIUIA1V Leave Lawtey_..................... 1.08 3.23 nandinn.At Live Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
Centre Oak with the
I1 J. : : 'or. Sixth and Ash, Sts. Street Leave Highland.................... 1.33 3.45 &Western Railroad. Savannah, Florida _

--- .Leave l\Iaxville.-.......... 1.49! 4.15 At Tallahassee
---- FERXAXDIXA,''FLORIDA: Arrive Baldwin'.'.................... 2.11 ,:4.50 Railroad with St. :Marks: Branch

-'V HOIJESALELt.ND RETAIL. \ Leave .Baldwin...................... 2.16 5.40 urdays.At on Tuesdays Thursdays. and Sat

KEEP constantly on -hand *a fine assort- Leave Brandy Branch........... 2.34 6.00 Chattahoochee River with
of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN Leave Dntton'-...................... 2.47 6.15 cola &. Atlantic Railroad for, Marianna.Pensa- '
and DOMESTIC .Arrive Callaha'n. ....:". .............. 3.15 6.50Leave sacola Mobile, New Pen-
Callahan..................... 3.22 7.10 Louisville and all Orleans
points West Southwest
: Leave rts. Read Junction... 4.10 8.0G
and Northwest and with all
,, boats
Drugs and, Chemicals. Arrive:Fern ndhta.- .........-.......4.35 8.40 Columbus and Eufaula. Apalachicola I

( itiro.: 4 Pr .P ,# .JZ3 'Day.r enger.ldaily.except Sunday. ;' The Shortest Quickest and Bet Route to .
Homoeopathic and Patent'Iedicin, :: 's'., .' 1\}ght.Passeng daily.PENINSULAR. .' : all points West. 1 t

Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths t i

I Proprietary and Fancy Goods. : DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office :' f
b "r and at new office southwest -
corner of Bay j
FINE TOILET ARTICLES, ,. and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. :

Day Pas. Nt, Pas. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent. :
SOAPS, ETC., S*>'-' : : '
I P.M. A.M. Fernandina, Fla. :
.LeaveWaldo..................;...... .3.08: 12:4: C. W. MAXWELL :
SH/ off; IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave,Dixie?........................ 3.27 1.10 Master of Transportation, ; ,
'Leave Hawthorne......:..... ...- 3.42 1.33 Baldwin, Fla. t i
Leave Lfcchloosa................... 4.00 2.03 D. E. MAXWELL, -<, 4
Physicians' Prescriptions Leave:Orange,Lake;................ 4.22 2.33 General Superintendent : n

Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina Fla. '. E
carefully compounded with pure Drugs at Leave: Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08Leave'Silver 1 ;

reasonable prices. Spring............... 5.25 3.35
Leave Ocala......:;..... .............. 5.45 4.00 Florida and Western 1
I I Leave Lake Weir.Station....... 6.25 4.50 RAILWAY. = i i
i In the. Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Arrive Oxford........................ 6.42 5.09 i

,.... Circuit, Nassau County; Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All 1
'--IJ! -:-:;;:::,-, _, Florida. Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10
-':: trains of this road are run by Central I
t-, -::, .'.;, :::- .. -- :,;:;-"' ::-' .,,," y JANE :M. MOORE, ) GOING NORTH. ((90th) Meridian time=, which is 33 minutes .
r- r- :::-- '- """ ";- : -- __ A.M. P.M.
J vs.
rvrIlPI'8.C.Nr", .- ,;Zzrff' -: -'::5 If -L__'\llrT ---7ZZ5Zs;;;; .igg2Jij= i' g;:' BERNIAH :MOO E. J' Leave Leesburg.-............... 6.50 6.00 slower than Jacksonville time.

!"" Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00
T APPEARING' FROM AFFIDAVITfiled Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 ON and after Sunday November 2, 1884,
that Berniah Moore the, defendant, Leave Lake Weir Station....... 7.49 7.40 Trains will leave and arrive ,

A. B. NOYES, resides beyond the limits of the State'of Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.42 as follows:
Florida so that ordinary process cannot be Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
DEALER IN served upon him; now, therefore, it is ordered Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:40 a m

that a hearing be had upon the facts Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.45 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m
FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES, charged in complainant's bill of complaint, Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.08 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:20 a m '
filed in above stated cause on the first Mon- Leave Lochloosa..10.02 10.45 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m ,t

Hay and Grain Ship) Stores day in ,October next. Leave Hawthorne..................10.23 11.15 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m ;
JAMES M. BAKER, Judge. Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m ,i
FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS June 20th, 1884. 31-3m A.M. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m .;

Arrive:Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m I ti '
Arrive at Mobile daily at...:........... 2:40 a m
CROCKERY.. HARDWARE, W ILLOWWAREE SEA ISLAND ROUTE. JjaJ" Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 am'
Passenger daily. Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 1:30 p In

1 GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 7:25 p m
\ Prices Low as the Lowest. F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-

X. K.u corner Centre and Second Sts., Fernandina, Fla. Inland Steamboat Co. (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
cola. Mobile New
,. GOING SOUTH. Orleans. Texas all trans- t
Leave Fernandina.....................10.45 a. m. Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns- ,
AX ORDINANCE :EI. -crS-rJ: : Leave Hart's Road......................11.15 a. m. wick take this train, arriving at Brunswick f
7 NO HEATI-NO! DUSTBUT Arrive Jacksonville............. .....12.30 a. m. via B. & W. R. R. at 1.00 p. m. ;
I Ordinance for Fixing, the Rate of Assessment Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
for Taxation for the Year 1885.BE MANUFACTURER. OF -< GOING NORTH. train Jacksonville
; A Sail the Picturesque Leave Jacksonville...................... 2.30p.m. to Pensacola, Mobile
Delightful Along and New Orleans.
IT OUDAISED BY THE CITY Tin Sheet-Iron WareAND Leave Hart's Road....................... 3.05 p. m.
Council Fernandina: Sea Islands. :Arrive Fernandina..................... 4.15p.m. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
bumos 1. That for the purpose of meet- to Cincinnati via Jesup. to
Trains daily except Sunday.
the currcntJses of said and --

the past 1&84 due indebtedness thereof for the B -A PERFECT.DAYLIGHT SERVICE-U SUNDAY EXCURSION.A..M. P. M. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 1:25 p m ,

the year real there;! be raised, by a of levy upon ----- Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:30 p m .
ant jiepson.il the
as assessed, *.i tax of twelve property and one-half city ARL R FFI; B ana d K T TVJI THE STEAMER Arrive Fernandina................10.35 8.04 Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 2:04 p m

121):?} mills oji the dollars follows Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 4.30 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 3:50 p m '
For current :.xl'en' s..l, as : cent. 4 A Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 5:25 p ra .
per Arrive at Savannah ........
fur past tliieiJlnnd-......?.............2i mills. Pullman daily Jacksonville at. 7:40 pIn
... Parlor Cars to Sa-
SEC, 2. Th.:$!; the One ((1)) per cent of the t 1 _" iWL. \\ CONNECTIONS. vannah. This train stops at all local stations -
tax above asrsserl for current expenses may lta ; + fi wr Y; < 1 between Jacksonville and Savannah.
be paid in s .fjj, .. ..W.f'_ i:
or cash ; but that the re- L AT'FERNANDINA, FLA., FAST MAIL. r
maimlerof tl*> tax, or the two and one-half ". With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m J t
':} mills of Ke tai thus assessed, shall be nwmmPp.'P-' TJN ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00: m' j ,

law in cash, ;)I1ls or coupons. ST. NICHOLAS for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 3:10 p m ;
TaJ fiN j u-aJiny; December, 1881. With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m '
lav.e l semi l leading December 3, 188!. LEAVES FERNANDINA EVERY :MON-: and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesnp daily at................ 6:35 p m

Adopted, De ''lIIbet 3: 1881.G. Friday mornings. CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 8:17 p m .
F, AVERY, President. Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:45 a m a
Attest: i* Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday
I I and all North and West Arriveat WashingtonD.C., daily..ll:00 m
points daily.AT ,
E.: 0. 'KIEND, Clerk, mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m ,
Approved: i BALDWIN FLA., Pullman Palace Buffet and r '
For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Sleeping Cars.
1 W., H. POPE, Mayor. Jacksonville to New York without change.
t and all West and Northwest
points South ,

;C", S s RATJON; &. CO. daily. Leave Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE! daily EXPRESS.at-......... 7:00 p m 11
Of the Latest and
Most Approved Patterns. Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, AT HAWTHORNE
Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:50 a m
OF 14 To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 7:50 p m 1
ACOGEORGIA, COOK1XG UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, apply to LEVE.& ALDEN corner of Bull WILDWOOD. Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10.05 p m ;;

ltEI.\tE ii and Bryan streets, Savannah. With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:55: pm.
II rtrna) THE MODE BRO'S, Brunswick passengers either way will be and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive Macon: daily at._............ 7:50 am'
ulillu. Fla., the author- LIFT AND: FORCE PUMPS, transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............11:59
utdAe'tnts CEDAR KEY, FLA., a m
to ;Contract for the sale of their Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival -
Line for Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
With Morgan's Steamships Key
i will be at risk of consignee.F.
WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross. and Pullman Palace Sleeping
IN?ANY Cars via Jesup Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
QUANTITIES. Fernandina, Fla. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and ,
C. WILLIAMS Gen. Havana every Friday; from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and t ,

Parties n ial lii'y; to purchase will get all inemation DRIVEN WELLS .SPECIALTY Savannah Ag't Ga., every Saturday. Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and i 1
t Georgia Railroads for all West and
as regards; prices from them. J. N. HARRIMAN Manager. With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers t
ip.es}, of different qualities and styles AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. for and from Key West Monday and Northwest. fEAST
can be nan at the office of TIN ::; for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Thursday; for Tampa and ,lIanateeIon:: FLORIDA." PRESS. t

MODE BRO'S, Wind :Mills: for pumping water or running RAILROAJJS.TD1E day and Friday. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:50 p in ;
Fernandina. light machinery promptly erected on order. For information respecting routes, rates, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 6:15 a m
Church, Factory and School Bells for sale CARD etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Callahan daily at....._... !9:35 p m
FIRE W00D i at a bargain. dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Waycross daily at..11:40 pIn"
I 53-Stoves at Wholesale Prices. sonville. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p n, M
FOR All goods delivered at the various trans- FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COMPASY. Leave Live Oak ,daily at .............. 8.50 p m ;
S ALE CIIEAP : portation stations within the city free of FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm +
EDGl'\GS I'll a ) SLABS, charge. All sales for cash. In Effect July 13th 1884. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:00 a m '

t 10 cents per load. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at Albany daily at..10:30 a m
( TO
(, Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. (FERXAXDIXA TO CEDAR KEY.) Arrive at Jesnp daily at................ 3:42 a m

Fri.|l $.3 to $1G Per )1 ft., Ninetieth Meridian Time.) WESTWARD.No.1.. No. 3. Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:15 a In
D j i according to quality. 1' D GOOD.KEVf (Central or Accom. Mail. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m

'-ln Lt,pmn, iiNiSi: GOIXG, SOUTH. Leave Jacksonville....... 7.35 m 6.30 p m Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m

]\ $1.. to $20 per :M.: feet. RS Day Pas. M Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.16 am 7.40 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- t:
tirI'1'I1J!i I I r A.M. P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 8.18 am 8.50 pIn ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
J lelCuonc>promptly attended to AND SECOND HAND. Leave Fernandina..10.25 5.03 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
I Lake City........... 9.48am 11.14pm

WIl;h.UI'# B. C. DURYEE, II j. ALL KINDS OF fjJAjHHERY( | AT LOW PRICESOomblacd Arrive Leave Hart's Callahan Road.....Junction..10.50...............11.15 6.10 5.40 "" LiveOak............10.37am 1.10pm Pullman to St. Louis Buffet via and Thomasville.Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
Stcti 1 ............ 3.40am
ftfieefiw Saw and Planing Mill. :MachineCaele .... :Madison: 12.12pm
.. .
Orange Box and Shingle Leave Callahan...... ... 11.22 6.40 to Washington D. C. Pullman
Ct1h'\ (! Strect 8Ri Gins, Saw Mills, Planers, Resawn, &0 'Leave Dutton.................. ....12.18 7.15P. Monticello ......... 3.10pm 6.50am Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan- .
I Arrive Tallahassee...... 8.10am
-w. before buying. 2.36pm
Ak for Catalogue and Prices .
._ M. ......... 2.40 8.50 nah. Connections Montgomery:: with
CGII'fI5 A CO. Branch.........12.32 8.07 Leave Tallahassee. p m a m
HANDLE CO. Leave Brandy Louisville and Nashville Railroad for NewOrleans
..... ..... 10.50am
& Arrive Baldwin....................12.50 8.40 Quincy 3.43pm and Texas points and the West and
d EST. r'1: AGENTS, 65, 67, 69, Elm l ST., CINCINNATI, 0. Leave Baldwin......................12.55 9.15 Arrive Chatta. River... 4.50 p m 12.50 a m Northwest. At Savannah with Central 1

HST. MARY'S GEORGIA. (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) Leave Maxville.................... 1.17 9.15 EASTWARD. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Leave Highland..................... 1.35 10.06 N o. 2. Xo. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -
i LOans
: PrOCarc, Ex- Leave Lawtey......................- 1.49 10.24 Accom. ,Mail. for all points North with steamships
1 ge5 et fecte, Mortgages negotiated, -FORMACHINERY- Leave Temp le's...................... 2.05 a 10.49 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 a m 2.00 p in for New York Philadelphia Boston and .

1lS i T,!'r'n Lots 1 Leave Starke......................... 2.30 10.57 Quincy............12.10am 3.43pm Baltimore. At Charleston with steamships". l
/ (1es.Lands from 25 feet to 4 ......... Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.20pm 5.15pm
ms )lantations -j Leave Thurston...... .. 2.42 11.16 for New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore ,
forS..ale' from 5 to 5'000Gary's Arrive Waldo....................... 2.02 11.46 Leave Tallahassee ......_ 1.27 pm 5.50pm Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail '
n._ ......
Monticello.- 12.45pm 8.30pm
t. -_ A.M. and Steamship connections, and Baggage
the nu )ft the having been selected -I Leave Waldo........................ 3.09 1.15 ". Madison ............ 4.10pm 10.35pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths ,I
ouat (Und er f1r( AtUntic& :Mississippi OF ALL KINDS, Leave Gainesville..'................ 3.48 2.20 Live Oak....._...... 5.31 p m 12.55 a m and sections secured at Company's office in i i
bF6ene r jf rvey made for Govern- Leave Arredondo................... 4.09 2.46 Lake Cit).-......... 6.26 p m 2.55 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at De- I
1, 1nstr ctio q of Cillmore: ), charters for the Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.21 2.55 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.53pm 5.40am pot Ticket Office and on board People's
lthe X rented JAlcll! having been granted Go to F. \Z. Robinson, Leave Archer....................... 4.36 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 7.56pm. 6.10am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE I

I'd S* utwof Georgia patcs Government and these Leave Bronson...................... 5.05 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.37pm 7.20am and JENNIE LANE.
; in tl,."' and Florida, a large MANUFACTUEEE andfDEALEB, Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.42 5.05 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR, ;

w115...., _3l vioketlfor-eof adjacent" lands may Leave Rosewood..................- 6.15 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent.A. .
r f ; .) (See New York JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Arrive Cedar Key..............:.... 6.45 6.35 will run Mondays. ,. I M. IVEAent.t .

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1 3 THE FLORIDA' MIRROR : DECEMBER 27, '1884._ .. ,, .

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1 I THE FLORIDA MIRROR. "St. Nicholas' Visit to The School.' Egmont Arrlrals. --

This pleasing Christmas Cantata, which J. F. Leech and wife, two children, and ,
has been in preparation by the Sabbath- Mrs. D.E. 'Park, Washington! ; O.' H. Aller-' :'f''.' :-
ton, Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa. A. J. Hans,-Johns ,
IJ.OOA; YEAR; $J.OO FOR SIX MONTHSff school of the Presbyterian Church.for some ; Chas. T SUBSIANIUIOIIDAY{
town, Pa.; A. D. Crawford Chicago; .
weeks, under the able and skillful guidanceof Byrne U., S. A., Stephen E. Foster,. Jack-

Reflections. Miss Wittington, the accomplished artist sonville, Florida. ; Wra. P.Jones, and Capt.
I a Kune, Savannah, Ga.;' A. Aspler, London,
:The merchants have been doing a flourishing from the Crescent City, will come off at Ly- Ens.; Mr. and Mrs. Duryee", Fernandina! ; Two Millionsof

business during the holidays. ceum Hall on Monday evening next at 7:30 Mr and'Mrs. W. A. Hungerford. R.H. LIt-

oclock. tle, Thos. I. Cushing, Edward Herbert, New
Prof. J. N. Whitner, of Lake City, and York; Mrs. A. S. Owen and two children, acres of Farming, Orange,
The is the of characters
following cast :

wife, spent the holidays in this city with St. Nicholas.... ...........................W.J. Woodward Philadelphia Timber and Grazing Lands, } GIFT
their'children.. Queen Winter.........................Miss Amelia Stark [
Long Ago..........................................C. H.Leggett Remember Wednesday, December 31st, situated in 29 counties, and $
Mr. J. F. Leech and family, arrived hereon Storm King................................Mr. SummervilleJack
last. have taken Frost.......... ..............................G, R. Hubby will be our last special sale day this year. comprising the lands boughtby
Sunday They quarters Autumn..........:. ..:.............Miss Maggie Zolowsky Look out for the Toys.
at the Egmont. North wind............................Miss Lena McGiffin Sir Edward J. Reed, from
East Wind............................ ...Miss Nellie Platt MODE BROS. FORHUSBANDS
; The first new pew in the new St. Peter's South Wind..... ......._.................Miss Annie Hill the State of Florida in 1881,
i church in for Christmas day West Wind....................... ........-Miss Katie Stark
was placed use Aurora Borealis............Miss Pauline Meddaugh Range of Thermometer are now offered at graded
J by Capt. H. W. King. Snow................ .........................Miss Gertie Hunt FOB THE WKKK ENDING FRIDAY,DECEMBER 26, ,
Hail...........................................Miss Katie Lefils J884, AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. prices. These lands were selected -
Tlie :Masquerade Carnival of the Roller Ice.........................................Miss Lulu Bauskett 7A.M. 12 M.'3 P.M. 6P.M.. WIND. Hon. A. Cor- ,
| Skating Club on New Year's Eve promises Shepherds,Reapers, Sabbath-school, Saturday, Dee.20......51 58 58 56 N. W. by Hugh .' WIVES ,
Superintendent, Mr. Thomas Kydd. Sunday, 21..58 67 65 63 N. W. of the
late Commissioner
{ to be the most enjoyable affair this season. ley .
The entertainment is given for the benefit Monday, 22..59 66 65 64 S. E'Tuesday.
J the the 23.... .58 67 69 68 S. E. State Land Office and Mr.
The singing at midnight mass at of the Manse Fund. Leaving aside the Wednesday," 24......57 66 65 63 N. W. I CHILDREN

1 i Catholic church was very fine. Miss Fannie worthy cause of its production, it will provea Thursday, "" 25......56 62 62 60 N. E.. M. A. Williams, late agent for
Friday, 26..56 61 60 69
f I Johnson, of Tallahassee, was the leading most pleasant and gratifying one to. our "" ,--: sale of State lands, which factis AND

| soprano.. people. IMIRINII'brt : ,.
guaranty of their high '
1 The Sabbath-school of St. Peter's Episcopal a FRIENDS.J.H. .
The Skating Carnival and Ball. of Fernandina.
l Church will hold a service of song and quality. The, purchase knownas

j J praise at the church tomorrow evening, The much-anticipated Skating Carnival HIGH..WATER.... the Reed Purchase was only ..
Saturday,December 27. 3:06 A. M. 3:32 P. x. .
and Ball of the Fernandina Roller Skating .
..... ,
o'clock standard time.I Sunday, 28 4:08 4:37" "'
at '.
L I Club takes place next Wednesday night, Monday, c.' 29...... 5:13 5:44 II opened for sale this year, and ,:">.;' ';;, ,.,
i I The New York steamers, for the next 30...... 6:15 6:43":
commencing at half past 7 o'clock, standard TuesdJa y, 31..... 7:13 7:36 the lands have not been culled
l | four weeks, will load at the Broome street time Thursday, January 1...... 8.-08 8:30" I
I ..... picked over. No has
4 .; dock. Some necessary. repairs are being A programme embracing. an excellent va- Friday, 2. 9:01 9:32 > or part

i 1: made at the steamship dock on Beech street. riety of amusement shows ,that the club Steam-packet Thomas ENTERED.Collyer, Dennette, from been reserved in any manner,

i Another large number of Italian immigrants have used considerable care and energy that Brunswick daily with freight and passengers and the whole is open for sale.
l to F. 'I'. Simmons, agent.
: arrived by the Mallory steamship the night may be thoroughly enjoyable ; Dec.Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from Special prices on large tracts. '

1 San Antonio from New York. They all go and whoever among the guests fail to find New York; freight and passengers, to
_R. W. Southwick, agent. Timber lands virgin forests in PRESCOTTOFFERS
i to South Florida to help build the railroads pleasure! in the entertainment will be diffi- Dec.Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel, from .

; in that section. cult to please.A Charleston; freight and passengers, bodies of 50,000 acres and up-
to W. O. Jeffreys agent.
; The installation of the newly elected officers new supply of skates, mostly ladies' Dee. Steamship City of Monticello McKee, wards. Lands sold for cash,

'I of Amelia Lodge No.47, F&A. M.,takes sizes, were received by the City of San An- gers from,to Charleston W. O.Jeffreys; freight, agent.and passen- or on long time.

place this evening at 7:30 sharp, at the tonio this week, and all who need skates will Dec. Steam-packet 'St. Nicholas, Usina from
I Savannah; freight and passengers, to The Florida Land and CO. -
supplied without other charge than the Mortgage
I Lodge room on Second street. All brethren F. W Simmons, agent.

1 in good standing are requeseed to attend. admission fee. Steam-packet Anita. Bravo, from Savannah (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
.. ., freight and passengers, to F. W.
for number,will be
Seating room a large
; The Mallory steamship San Antonio, Cap- Simmons, agent.
t prepared by using both the stage and gallery Dec. Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen from
tain Wilder carried this week for New York
: and passengers, to
p. from this the following : 529 for the accommodation of spectators.In F.W. Simmons
port, cargo
St. Nicholas, Usina, from B T H E
f order to prevent the admission of maskers Steam-packet tIrrt
I 1 bales cotton, 720 packages oranges, 137 cases and passengers, to
that be each Simmons ,
: cedar, 206 barrels rosin, 44 barrel spirits, might personin M F. W. agent. ,
ft costume will be required to remove their 22-Steam-packet Anita, Bravo from Savan-
; 24 47 merchandise.
cans shrimp, packages nah; freight and passengers, to F. W.
fi mask before a member of the club specially S Dcrnonsagent. ,
; exhibited in his
Prescott's Santa Claus
m Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, from
for the who will main-
: show window, was the centre of attraction appointed purpose,' Savannah; freight and passengers, to
tain absolute secresy as to the identity of F. W.Simmons, agent. LYCEUM HALLTThis
;: : for the young folks the past week. The old II 2t-Steam-packet'St. Nicholas, Usina, from
1. gentleman, looking as near life as the pictures those admitted. With, this protection for Savannah; freight and passengers, to
their the club hope to have a large F. W. Simmons, agent. .
guests I,
1 handed down by tradition represent Steam-packet Anita Bravo, from Savan- AFTERNON and EVENING, ,',' > ""!fDEsmABLE:
: :j him, is seen loaded with good things, at' the party in costume. Simmons;' ht and passengers, to F. W.
.. The Carnival will be held announced a
as ,
: foot of a ladder leaning up against a miniature 26-Brig Angelia,Mitchell. Machias. ;ballast, ,
whatever the weather be.
Z house through the lighted may to master.
two-story II 22-Sch;,'Daisy E. Parkhurst, Hooper, Ber- GOODS
i Tickets can only be procured at the door. ELI3TE: : arC>1\lI
| windows of which ,can be discerned at muda; ballast, to master.,.
fII Admission-Gentlemen 50 cents Ladies 25. ,Croix ballast Jack-
22-Sch. St.
: Fitzgerald; ,
x s ; night the interior with its occupants, little x sonville.CLEARED. Will give two of his Concerts. FK03IPHILADELPHIA

; trundle-beds etc., expectantly waiting for Special matting sale on Saturday Decem- .
the old gentleman's descent through the Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for Doors open.for the :Matinee at 2 o'clock ;
1 .
I ber 27th. Fifty pieces Fancy Matting at 17i Brunswick daily with freight and NEW YORK
f }, $ chimney. The representation is excel- cents this day only, at passengers, by F. W. Simmons, agent. Concert to begin at 2:30. ,

lent, and :Mr. J. H. Prescott and his able Dec. Steamship City of San Antonio,,Wilder, Evening-Doors open at 7; Concert beginsat
I MODE BROS. for New.York; freight and passengers, AND EASTERN MARKETS.:
t assistant. Mr.: J. E. Wandell, are to be complimented by R. W. Southwick, agent. 7:30.
their idea and its Christmas in the of Palatka, Vogel for
k upon happy City. Charleston'; freight and passengers,by PRICES OF ADMISSION:

;. '. skilful execution.A Christmass passed off very pleasant., The W.'O.'Jeffreys, agent. Ladies' fine Dress Boots,
II Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, MatineeAdults, 50 cents ; children, 25 Ladies' Street Boots,
weather, although cloudy, was not unpleasant -
for Charleston freight and ,
; cents.
Lemon as is a Lemon. Misses' Dress and School:Button,
and the little people seemed to get a by W. O. nt.
war Mr. Frank Ferriera, locomotive engineer of Dec. Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, for Sa- Evening-Admission, $1; Reserved seats, Child's Button,with and without heels.Boys' .
very full enjoyment of i it. Nearly all the vannah;. freight and passengers, by "Solid."
75 cents. and Youths,in Button and Lace
the Southern Division of the Florida Rail-
F. W.'Simmons, '
business houses in the city were closed. agent.20SteamPacket
Seats be secured at Horsey.s.R. .
St. Nicholas, Usina for may
and who
Navigation Company came
way The idiots who made themselves conspicuous Savannah;' freight and passengers, by Gentlemen's Calf Button,
a up to spend the holidays home, brought, by their noise and screeching and rid- I F. W. Simmons, agent. W. CAMPBELL, Congress and Lace.
: curiosity lemon from tree Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, for Savan-
plucked a ..
i asa, a ing through the city in masks and old calico, !. nah; freight and passengers, by F. W. r. I -
e I at Panassoffkee, which, for size, beats anything Simmons, agent. REALEsTATE GENT I Hand and Machine :Made.
were not as numerous or as noticeable as ,
Florida for Savannah
Dec. Amazeen -
i : of the kind we have ever seen. It 23-Steam-packet, and I In all grades and styles.
usual. ; freight passengers, by Waldo, Florida.
: measured 24 inches in circumference one F. W. .-agent.
The church services were quite fully attended .. 22-Steam-packet'Anita, Bravo for Savannah -

t. way, 22 inches. the other, and weighed 4 especially the midnight mass Christ- Simmons JL freight and passengers, by F. W. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
13 agent.
pounds ounces.
f mas Eve, at the Catholic church, and the Steam-packet St 'Nicholas, Usina, for Lands Located, ,
1 service at St. Peter's Episcopal church Savannah;'freight. and passengers, by ;
The Christmas Festival of the Methodist ''F W,1 Simmons: agent. Taxes Paid, and
:. Sunday School. Christmas morning.At Steam-packet Anita, Bravo for Savannah Titles Examined. '

The custom of having a Christmas tree by St. Peter's Church the decorations,were Simmons; freight, agent.and passengers, by F. W. Many bargains are offered and all persons Spring Styles in Slippers.

i the different denominations has become a in very good taste, and the church looked 25-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Sa- desiring to locate in Florida will find it to .

i fixed institution in Fernandina. Although very handsome with the bright, stained vannah F. W. Simmons; freight, agent.and. passengers, by their interest to call upon or communicatewith Hand Embroidered, Kid and Patent Dancers,

j there was no announcement through the glass windows, and the Christmas decora- 11 20-Sch. Bessie Brown, Phillips; lumber, by me. 3-tf Newports, Sandals, Operas, Princess, Croquet
C. H. Huot, for New York. in
Mirror that Xmas night would be the occasion tions. The.Rev. Mr. O. P. Thackara, officia- 26-Sch.S. H. Levin Hudson, for New York; and Oxfords are now in stock, and are elegant

+ cele- ted, with Rev. Mr. Arnold, who preachedan lumber, by Hilliard& Bailey. LUCY COTTAGE shapes and patterns.
of the Methodist Sunday-school
j 26-Sch.'St. Croix, Fitzgerald, Martinique;
: bration, yet the church was filled with the admirable sermon applicable to the com- lumber, by Davis&Bro. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,

t' i happy scholars, teachers and their friends memoration of the day.

: to witness the distribution from the Christ- The church had in use for the first time a Call and See the Great' Bargains FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

handsomely executed altar, made of curled In Blankets, at J. &; T. KYDD'S.
i mas tree. The tree was the conventional Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished withor

"t holly, handsomely decorated and well-laden, yellow pine. The work was done by those Bargains in Dress Goods without board. Table Boarders will be Personal attention is giTen to of
excellent mechanics, M. T. Burbank and accommodated; also transient. the selection of styles, quality
with for scholars and teachers. A good
gifts At J. & T. KYDD'S. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. of
stock and the making
R. Henderson.. ,
i programme of song service was arranged and

j,, so conducted'as to keep all interested. The There was also placed in position a hand- "':J' 4,7LGET. these goods ; hence, there actual is no

whole programme was carried through, the some trefoil window over the south porch, guess-work as to their

last being the distribution of the gifts. The to the memory of those young 'lads of the OUR PRICES value or durability.

superintendent and treasurer, assisted by parish who have died during the past sum- Improvements in Lasts, Yoi'
:liffx/; '?$ -v con
two of the, lady teachers, clipped the, pres- mer: Masters Van Giesen, Frank W. Pope, terns and manufacture are ,

: ents from the tree, and with each gift added and Willie Jeffreys.St. t' -FORSASH1 stantlygoing on; it is, therefore
the of all and an opportunity
fruit and a bag of candies and confections.The Peter's Church. privilege presented, to
is here
pastor seemed to be particularly fortunate ++++++++++++++++++++
Rev. 0. P. THAcKARA Rector. and friends intoa
for it seemed that about every fourthor put
SUNDAY SERVICEL: Shoe for even
fifth name called was his. The presents Morning, with Sermon 10:30 a. m. Evening perfect-fitting shoes!

were well selected and adapted to the age with Sermon, 7 p. m. Sunday School BLINDS DOORS less money than ill-shaped !

and sex of the scholars. All went away at 3 p. m. from job lots of shop-worn good
can be sold.
pleased, and will long remember the Christ-
Morning Prayer, Litany, Wednesday and
mas tree of 1884. Friday, 7:30 a; m. ,Evening Prayer daily, -++-+++4-I-++++++++

except Saturday, 4:30 p. m. ,
j Hat 11a!! IlaU ..
Come and see our 10-4 White Blankets, at Before ALSOFRESH
1 First Sunday in every month 10:30 a. m.; Purchasing Elsewhere. ; I .1 HAVE
$1.37 per pair. third Sunday in every moath, 7 a. m. Dur- ., '" '

MODE'BROS. ing Lent, every Sunday except first Sunday ..... 't 1 ,
7:30 a. m.NOTEThe. 4 -. ;, -' ': : ARRIVALS
I Blind Tom. time is Standard.

: This musical prodigy gave a pleasing con- services.The seats in. this' Church. are free at all'A'LARGE: STOCK JUST RECEIVED.I ]).

: cert at Lyceum Hall, last: evening, to a select ,:J.;"' If.' In Gents'Dress Shirts,Hose,Handkerchie
i audience. It is several 'years since Tom Presbyterian C1n rch. : ,., ', .'. t ". Novelties in Jewe 1-
Underwear, Umbrellas,
1 was here, but his incomprehensible gift of All the members"of the congregation are, \ ,'. Neck-Gear and the.

) imitation is still the same. He, has earned requested to be present at the morning ser. ry

I E warm praise from some of the most noted vice. ". FJ ED. W. MO1TT & jO., / 9t 1 and CQ#
1: musicians in this country and Europe. Subject for evening:,Christmas; its origin: I

I I The story of his life is familiar to the people Should it observed as a religious festival. ,? Sf Orders by mail receive careful an

:I of the South. Services-11 a. m. and'7pm. SECOND STREET. ABOVE CENTRE, prompt'attention.

,' j; Tom will give two concerts to-day : A A Great Redaction "i : :. .i' ': J. H. PRESCOTT,

; .matinee at 2:30 this afternoon, and an ,en- In Dress and House-Furnishing Goods,

,: "" .tertainment to-night. AT PAUL ,FCNKE'S. :FERNA.1V1: : : :) INA', :FW :L: A. 2 FERSASDISA, FLA.

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