Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1885
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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TIt I; I'Vrnau lina Jt/7rr) has been givingthe and Secretary of War,'promised to pay these ROTTKX PUlJI1'hne -

Fonda! Senators and some other people! troops when nmsteiyd into the United SOMETHING ABOUT'KII.P.TOtT:.1 AND" THE PEOPLE I, BY GP.ENVILLK. MELLOX. We : noticed mother articles! in

:t Mirwinx over about Florida's !Seminole Indian States service, and they would ht'I.been wuo HAVE CAPTUREDVTHE. ,PLACR. the papers explaining the reasnn of so many
\ The city of Khartuumhich\ is reportedas ; [There was such a demand for our oranges having rotted'un their: way to
;varcl-.uiDS. Talking with the Timesr long since paid by the Government somustered '

// 9'* correspondent about this matter, but the mustering; officer arrived being io\v in the Hands of the :Mabdi:: is edition of last week's Mirror and. market We are convinced that this has occurred -

SesiatjirVaiIe:, Hampton called, attention to in the State after they had been mustered situated a miJeouth: of the' junction! of the' queries regarding Wecapopka,several from the fruit having peen picked in

Blue Nile and the White Nile:about .1,000 wet weather or with the dew Xo
', the wade out, and the State was to borrow I on.
> ''i'lnuiiltee-Teport: subject, : compelled persons being disappointed in
miles: in a direct line from Cajnu Time out getting -, oranges slionidbe taken 6fT the trees in the '
lv-- U'df.!, *'I think it ought to be pub- ri1om'r.with which to pay them.!
of mind it has been of considerable:! .irnpor-s I the paper who wanted copies, morning, until they have btX'n.ell dried, ;
';-!.,'<; i:I ft full f.ir the benefit L of the people ofF "Congress has universally paid interest to
tanceas an exchange and, of the Ocean Music nor picked in wet and damp weather. This
; trading ,centre .poem, :: contrib-
:' ,r.4a- hit said, that they may underi"t the States where they have paid interest.We : I ,
and since the domination-of.Egypt, in the is a fact well known to, fruit importers. .
> <: { !II' re.il'facts: ? of ,the ease.;; It will he cite the cases where interest has been tited by George :Mellon, proprietor '
; Soudan Khartoum has been"the. seat of its Pine- pph'S can be kept: for several day in
fe'V-rhi the allowance interest allowed and fur advanced during of the
M tpat moneys Egmont Hotel so .well fine
weather before
government. It i is said tn'haveabout I ; I.ilj.nhut- should one
\\' ;- i ,fiitno; ,l-find urged by IIK, and case'srii.'d the war of 1812-15, as! follows : Virginia, .
houses, built mostly of mud and stone, and adapted to Amelia. beach, for the'rbenefit I damp day cceurbefore the vessel' gets into
i !lml I :: :the Question: thoroughly-argued.{ act Starch 3, 1825: !(-1 Stat at L., p. 132: ) ; I I
its population u variously/conrputed ; t from we publish the in thisweek's port the fruit: has taJ- thrown overboard! ,
but i! a* ronmi.tlec were decidedly of a difvM Maryland, act May 1,7:1826: : ('Slat at L., p. '" poem
30,000: to 5t).I)0.alwna: str mixture of I sometimes the whole cargo. This applies to
!\> i; ,(: .lnio!,,. ,And if the interest on the 101)) ; Delaware, act May 20, 1S20! ; (4 Stat. at lU1c issue.: As we arc. pressed for all kinds of fruit
,. ,. Europeans: Arabs!' Turks'anil. Jew Wesent! boxes, of oranges
State amount had been refused, and the interest I,., p. 175)) ; t'orn.; I.., act May 22, 1S2G ((4 '". (- .... i space this week we: will ,have to defer last December Minnesota
Mohammed Achmed'tire""Mfihdi"or ",.nrpropht. :: ,
uti the S? atc'a bond lebtto the Indian Stat. at. L, p. 192)) ; Pennsylvania. act March whose; last victory' now setting .1'| our answer to the' different questions Indian: Kentucky and Alabama andalthoth

Trust'! J'nd. allowed, the debt would! have 3, 1827 (4 Stat. at L.. p. 2U. ; South Carolina of '
the civilized world nh\ of some it was nearly a inonth
) talking >Ht..him. our correspondents ;
been t !principal,! t fund of $271.330.27 due the act March 22: 1832 ((4 Stat. at L., pi: 490): ) ; I many I the way, they all arrived iu.ptmfj
order.Florida .
was born at KhannguijHjjngtlla. about : : -
Star* :arid 53.7i00tgainst: :! : bring u balanceof : ):Massachusetts! July 8: 1870 (iq Stat.- It. L., nllrtl.of l on the meaning of the name of Agrtcullurist. .
three hundred miles -
Khartoum! in
.c-';.4M .igaijist: the $ttlt<>. p. 193.) "V/eeapopka."]
the year 1S4'?. and he knows all the ins and The ietdturiSt
Ifst-ad; of ibis result, which would have For advance for Indian and other Wai's 4lgr we think, gives:
outs of the country.and( its t inhabitants for' ,
bi'C "'sched on the basis of the majority of the same rule has been observed in the following the true solution: of much> of the

t't.' / 1 itiuitten. I obtained from them an al.fec CUSPS : Alabama: act January 20, five hundred miles- about..;... Khartoum. In I 0 Mure 0 Lit it.", renting; sccretmnqnc qnmn difficulty about rotten fruit. :Many:
early manhood he manifested unusual; business
I I. ..? of $1)2,000'besides) : annulling: then 1819! ((4 Stat at L., p. 314)) ; Georgia, act dirlatis-jlJ.lllit mntlti iuscrutisru-
force asa save-tralcr'! : El Obeid and.! xius. persons having labor employed think
!} i i.c ::-'talc .ebt: and, the Indian TrustFii'i'l. March :31: 1WI '((9 Stat. at L., p. (jG) ; Georgia I .
later devoted himself to' ands] lCONTIIBL'TZD BY GEORGE MELLON] they cannot afford
contemplation! to wait until
:' This result was obtained without act March 3, 1879 ((20( Stat. at L., p. 335); ); \lohl1llm.gdar'
the life of religious Appropriate to' th of Weeapopka
a (enthu- thoughts -
any l: : i i.1 1 from any agent or interc>ste.l parties Washington Territory,' act March 3, 1859! ((11 """" i dew is. off before'p If the
in sublime meditation .
C' siast. In the year 1803 I he was at Khartoum wrapt
i.' !ivhom I had no knowledge; and withvi Stat. at lj., p. 429): ) ; New Hampshire act and received special religious consecration; Amelia Beach. ] picking is deferred until the'sun and .

\ L "''i. I had no communication. of any January 27, 1852 (10 Stat. at L.. p. 1.) wind hare
and swore to consecrate( his J.body-and soul thoroughly dried off the
liiLtL., i: i:t. "Thus,! it will be seen that the precedentfor .... ', ," !r

I THE COMMUTES' 1 REPOf7; ''I( ( the p'aymenf of in cret under thief/ rule to the uses of hispcttliJe: *f' /I Come thou art of my :opiritit with me, fruit very little delay in packing i is

Thj'; : : following is the repoit: adopted for,.the settlement of claims of war Early in JUly, 1Igi'n.: two years afterj|I And Ifit; me tell thjt'e of a"farmer+ time. .necessary.:: Our own experience demonstrates

the deposition; of Isn !1 r:. Pasha, the )Iahdig.n'e
TSif expenditures grew out of the Semi- of 1812-15 is well established the (first signs'of( military revolt and Thou knowest there arc things of harmony, that with care in this re-
JId.! iW.tr or 153.. IH5G and 1S57, the State The committee are of the opinion that Unseen musicians:: of the air md ,wave,
spect there need
the authorities of Kliart iiinm'Iiavhii ordered I That not be n loss of ten
; the
all, : !'ii:ies biting compelled,, in the presence the urgent; necessity for the services; of these : COlIleand go.upon breathing winds,
him to come to that city' lie treated the order And steal to meet you in .deep,8olitndt.s'; per cent: by decay of fruit in transit
and action of. President and
of :, anticipated and subsequently'actual troops the
'When have the world
you put as if ;
with contempt. When{ a\battalion of black away, ,
troops were sent to enforce; the order he
mitU;; of the' State, the force of United on the part of the general Government When to the ocean you have turned, to tell informed us that he had i
rallied his forces and the soldiers.
1 cut" black ] Your sorrows to the :seas-or: to assuage:
:S'.it.-J.;! tn>o;u Iheji oh duty being inadequate ; and as the State of Florida nor onlyaorrow.l ; twelve
I to pieces. The ,next ,,3;ear, 1882 a force of The heaving tumults of n tortured heart. boxes picked during a gentle $
let !.:<' :protection of the people. The reportof } money from: the Indian Trust se'ht At that hard ti.Ile.! when tears and thoughts. -
0,000 Egyptians him and rain and. andnt
were against down
{ packed
tliiSecretary I : of-War (Ex. Doc. 203): ) fully fund, but also from the banks of the States of woe .to

?* -I.' .. ij >rfi! in detail the items expenditure of Georgia and South! Carolina: for their payment he either' captured. annihilated then Have: tlow'd upon it like a bitter stream him. In .six days there -'fa'S' not asou'ncl
Arabi 'was noi i in 'rebellion in Egypt, all That seems to heapits waters-At such timeI

alit'tip.!<-d and disallowed, the total, amount. upon which the State has since paid English interests, were-,- menaced. there, and, went and 1i\tupon: the sullen rocks $ orm1'g in the box. : .; '

fm.ij, line the State being the sum oft interest, your committee have concluded! to That have beenjasbed foragos' by the surge, .. ,
2" '
18g' : .
finally, on Jn111, the Uritish began .
$.:.:! y J :1.1.09. : recommend-- the sum of $92,640.09 as a full And smiled on, too. forage-5, by the ky, Traveler1 it.Guttle.: .' '
bombarding' : Alexandr i: :and so' entered: on Yet, looked} the same thro' all Those: dark 7. :
Ir. i is established: that the funds at the payment to'the State of all Indian: war d-...
the work. ,that has, Icd:;tpuiiy'sncces; .rocks.: : .
cmmnmrumd, : of the executive of the State: of claims, this being thediflt'rcnce after deducting *cs y/hjch we have loved tL. shout from rlAI;SIT A I'l: -rXSUL.\P. RAn 1.P'l An,.
and fearful disasters fr.o'fh.tba.t i : :'time 'to''the the
Fl'arin'theyear3" : referred to were iusuui- the sum borrowed by.t'he. State from the birds DaIII'asxr.rker :Triaravesror.CedarKevandlVildwood-
; present.-:: ., i stv4ta 1 ; .,; '!+ ...'r. ; .: That flew.there to t sunshine the { and. ,
) equip. : supply and pay tlie.'trbops in Indian Trust fund; {$132,000): ) from thenmouutJound "I" and cliff. : ,
In Tanufiryi2SS3: ; ) iafid'i'wpttred' El* .. all 1 cin; 'Train it
; '; points .Rraul.g.1G.5 a..nt,
tlmi :1'tvl i I &!..mug: upon. th'e, ppr ml. .! due thftStuteby( tbeSecretaryr } fl'in'' s tdfP .
< n.....,.; "- 6o Obeid'abQut" i utcrctlmilesouth( of 11t- 4i g ) { fn tlie Jt.(:- l orSavannalmasittailpoiiitsNorth .
g :: I.y', ,tJ" i'i\1fhet! ( th, ., : J. mr.!:, ,.J y .j5n.. J2U: jma ;1 tp't s t1i ir'6 rea.omnl' .. two.t11 ;; i 9 : v"asxl'c't I'tenth., ',".a :1'1,1...,,"- a. m. "
J rfvV''iV-'!" iv ** -""" ''\ '!* kharto"mini;:and has rt'in.'cainf. d ;.i '
un,1 ;!.' yet('ret;;try of Y.tr, on the 21st 1 ay tat l mend 11:6.deliver to the StareTof all. bonds: oP. I islIeatljnarter 1 h A \ .tai i .l fgTitTl U.ifMrplc jJQ! :"i.. -:;tfl.; .JIt1" i1) 'I1'.b l ff''J:1:...: : 1't ':.:t..: ..'

:o.ht. t HT7.ofj.he services of these volunli'ci.v \ and coupons held by the trustce.of: the Indian } : : ?. InMarch, 1833, Colonel And terror in 'the ! Hicks British i l officer,'arrived: at Kharttniin Smote in loud anger all it had caressed on the Florida Cfentnif i'c"Western
Use: .io
t in order ;
: Legislature to Trust fund.
'I' Statij pro- and undertook to organize force In' lorelinbss: ; before. I thought ,6f all RaliYorril...:.......:'...:;.:>:.,itt) 'aa. II,!.
vi.le equipment! and maintenance ', au- "The committee have amended the'bill in 4 ,a for ,the The wohiter-wYoughten splendors thufcvreretht're. : (connecting Baldwin) ."' \ .;' '.
l ](
t', ir.'tJ. ] the if"\=ueof. 7.pPl' c";nt'. bonds. accordance with the views expressed in recapture of El .Obeid. In April he defeateda v Day Pttsaanyer TNt I /, itrrltts: ". '. :

A, : rebel force 5,000 strong, and killed 500. of Bomo tin the1 bosom of that peerless deep.Down ..
portion : of the bonds, amounting to this report, and they recommend: the passage From Cedar Key, Wildtrood, anal s

$132.; xr( :.)), was! fold. tl\.' tho Governor, to the of the bill as thus amended. Accompanying the enemy, including the )[ah i'g Grand<1 could the green;#'. tide, farther than thought all points on the Transit IIoacK.: ., 4.35; p. nu

Indian: .Trust Fund of the: United States, and the report* a communication from Vizier. Jn September} Hicks Pasha marched :And then my winged-mind rose from the From Savannah antI all i oljits in <
Khartoum the North and West.: ................ 4.35p.m.
the iroeeeds'ofsueh! :: sale disbursed out of with 7,000 fighting lU'q.. wave.
were by the Secretary of War, explaining the origin From Tallahassee. IVnsaeola. and .
tha Treasurer of the Statefor the expenses and'tlie' present condition .of the claim of encountered! the3lahdi'sarmy near El Obeid, Up to'' the Mighty :itnd Inerfabie! '' all points on the Florida Central ,

of Ii' Ihn. hostilities,' a j appears from his j the State of Florida] 'against the Government, engaged in a three days' fight, lost his own Who 'fa Him.hionctl this. sublimity.' ::1 thanked tfc Western JlaSlroac................ 4.35p.m.

repon! !to the Ltigislatura i for the year endingOjtoVr of the United Statc.:-'. life and he and\ his'ftrce% has never since That lie had given me soul to feel these Night' r been beard front. .Meanwhile things For Cedar: Key Wil/1WtJoc1. and all
31 1357.: Osman Digma! ,
portion: .was .
on the Transit Road....... 5.20:
LETTER FKOM GOVKHXOE RLOXIt \? A heart: to read Hi* glories: and to say, points p. m. I
t' the banks of South rose into prominence aj the Mahdi's chief
) / Oaro- ? ForS..tvanllahan. all points North
The following\ letter from Governor BIox- Within itself 'the.se shall not cease to be,
n-1: : ally in the of ) ............ ..... ........... .
lina *(+ "Georgia; : a? security for a loan of ham, written to Senator Jones about the region s kjft'ntry about 8 uakim,; TIll)' human love and hope and life decay.: and West :; 5.30 p. m.eohncctingat r

S:!!.$Vt. and $19! ?,33t of this loan was c1is- on the coast of the Red Sea, where the English I thanked Him far the simple spirit, that ( Callahan.)

bursiVl directly bol. disbursing! agent of the claim, indicates that there have been some : landed; small forces and.met with varioussuccesses' Saw good in dl the clouds. and trees and Tallahassee the,Florida I'ensacol Central m.amid all tt ,
rather loose bargains made with reference to star points on
Slat'in payment uf expenses of Indian this claim, and that it is largely because of : and! -defeat::;". jfA I And heard a sacred mn"ie from a world! Western Railroad.................... 5. O p. m.

hostilities,' inslndinprpay volunteers.. these that the State of Florida little more than a'year ago, when the Thatlookeda waste: to others. I thanked Him (connecting at Bald\\ n.)

'l\i\! : portion of the bonds- sold to theUiiitjl seems likely situation at Khartoum looked hopeless} for That he had made me e i ld-like,' and had Night l'il&enJrr Train (irfires-
to come out at the little end of the horn :
kept. From Cedar Key \"illlwf, and '
,States for the 'Indian Trust Fund' the garrison and European settlers there
on the Seminole War Claim. Me so till I hn.d come to my }long years, all pniuts on the Transit:: Koad... 8-50: a. tru ,
issti4 held by that fund with accrued interest General Gordon was selected as a' forlorn And had permitted my heart to go' From Savannah and all points in

"-i ice 1857.:) TALLAIIASSEK, FLA., .\l'ril1Sth, 133i.Hwi' hope and started alone for: the fatal city. In innocent rejoicing among the waves. the North and West..;................ 8.50; a. nc i

The ;l-ue of Hurida paid out through : C. W.: Janes United Stales Senate : Before going he aid distinctly : "I go to And feel that there was ecstasy in .tears, From Pensacoln. Tallahassee, and t''
DEAB Shed, why. I knew not when I heard the I all points on Florida ,Central it 9
a bur&lns;: tl.,ellt, us shown by War : 7th has Khartoum to make
: We
Dt.l''art went re;art.........................?....g13t,3S0.1n: been peace. can come to noise:: I Western Railroad...........:........ 8.50 a. m.
\tlIl (:Ur-msh warrants from State Trcas- received and considered. After advising an agreement.:' Hebelievedsimply that the Of the great: sea sink, moaning at my feet .

uivr.?- 78OoC.ll ,. with. many members of our State: Government Mahdi was, uisatlectcd toward. the I \.tian At such a time. I listened pn these rocks ; I FEIX.XDIX.J.CKSOXY1LLE, ; Pv. R.

Tub? .:....-s.: 1uS&27:- I sent the telegram about the Indian Government and that liberal English The sea was not in aid er, but smile! Tmln lenves daily, except Sunday-' a

Int rt on M this mini from January 1, Claim. Now dear Senator I will proposals Was resting on it,, as it heaved itselfIn For Jacksonville........................11.10 a. in.

ISo;;. to April 1, 1883............................ 498,072.27 my !- would settle all the trouble.l He soon a sad swell upon the jutting crags For Jacksonville .................. ....:. '5.10 p. m.
-- give you our reasons. According to the found that the Mahdi represented a larger And broke into a line silvery foam, .
TIt, < net to the State to date........._.. Train arrives drtile.rc"pt Snridfty-r-
w "l1''>te from a' statement made by$770,053.5i settlement proposed in the Hampton report, uprising than was supposed and then was. Murmuring, and oft-times rising tOt roar. From Jacksonville.....:.......... .....10.10 a. m.

the U 111t'all J5tat .'.4 Treasurer of the Ftate '. 'I.< the State would receive the difference between bent on smashing him. This! plan the My soul was following out ,my idle eye. From Jacksonville....................... -1.121'. m. .
indcVrtncAs! .the That glanced from rock to some yet distant '
t:) "Indian Taunt
!rIt,i.:." ,i tune 1:: 1$82, ns follows: the $224.000 allowed by the Secretaryof Gladstone government never yielded to, buta bark, Slim V only- s

!L, 'i a r j>er ('eut. Ixndsof the War, and the $13:!,000 of our bonds held plan to relieve Gordon formed. And That seemed a dull ship painted on the sky Front I JH'-"on'ilIe ......... .. .......10.33 a. m.
s .H, -ot1 Florida.......................132,000 : was ; For Jacksonville .................1.......!4.IIJ p.m.JIALLOKV1 ':
by the Indian Trust fund $92,000 in And that strange lullaby was in my ear. ,
< i'i"'is; ;; due and unpaid Janu- -or cash in August of last year General Wolseley: left- .
11 t y I I. !big 138.040: and 132 bonds. That comes not (ever but in times like this LISE. '
Ini "'.>-t: toJiily 1,18S2'IromJan-; England in charge of what has been known When the int{>n est beating of the heart For :Nev York direct hy steamships _

'i; :'> 1. Ito"... 60,829: Governor Drew made a contract with Mr. as the Tilerelief; expedition, consisting, of Speaks audibly as conscience, :and you hear :State .of Texas or City of ':

(Ini -r.-.t from July 1, 1S82, totare Wailes to allow him fifteen per"cent. I supposed 9,000 picked soldiers of the British Apart l'he'oice of friend:; departed aronnd your San .A )tonio. Thurs'ny evening 7.00 m.
; :1, 1833.........................._ 6,030 ; army. p.
-5327,793.00( when we assented at last Congress, of the instructions of the War Office head.I From New York direct hr City'of :
listened, as the surge went back and. heard San Antonio and State of Texas,
-- that
it fifteen "
i iut-itieSArte.. .:, ..;,...............,.. .....44tl.2G8.H: was percent upon the moneywe said : The primary object of the expeditionup The distant coming on of music-such every Friday......... ................. 3.00 p. m. ;
'' received. But Mr. Wailes claims the the Valley of the Nile is to bring away As L: ne'er heard on earth; the far faint .
riore iippolw, therefore! lawfully) due CHARLESTON &; FLORIDA STE-\ISIHP LINE. ;
fifteen percent: on the money, and on the General Gordon and Colonel Stewart from choir, '
the :Shite of Florida; according to the State Stealing symphonious on the wj{( erE'r1.air, For Charleston, by steamship City :
$132,000 bonds and on the interest due on Khartoum. When that object has been Monticello l
Trt'asu.er'sacenunt secured ,every Wednesday.. ,
the smu of $770,058.54, Chord within chord, wrap( to its highest j
those bond.-o the coupons representing no further otfen>ive operations of any heaven From Charleston by same steamereverySnnday. '

being the principal: and interest of the stuns said interest. kind are to be undertaken:' Until, the glorious harmony sunk down I -, ......'' ................ p. in.
which she! borrowed ,and expended on behalf For Charleston, by steamship City .;
When in Jacksonville last February Mr. of serious And seemed to die'in. the returning, : wave
Nothing moment
IIf the United States.::: any happened I of I'alatka every Sunday.
If from thlI Wailes and myself called on Governor Drew totbisforce until the 17th and'19th of last j Then came the echo-one far, lone harp- i From Charleston same steamer -

1I' sttm deducted the amount and he interpreted the contract as Mr. month when General Stewart, with the adVance And straight. voice stole. over it-and o'er. e\err''YerI ncsduy.................. p. m
;wit the State by the Indian Trust Fund ,
Wailcs did. Now take the that. ST. MARTS RIVEH.
$132,000( ) in army of the expedition( met about,
priiio !pal and interest, $327,7!>O, theta still bonds interest A shrill pipe blown 'upon the wind-that Sterner Martha Centre street v./Jrk-
on' some $2-10,000-an $!)',- :
10,000 rebel Arabs in the Bahuda
desert between
remains! due the State the of made
sum $142,203.54. For St. Marys and Cr llll ,ll.'fUES- ,
"In auditing; Jhe accounts of the State 000 in cash, making;: $lG- .OOO upon which Korti, the 'headquarters of General Still sweeter harmony. Then, above all, day and Friday ....................... ".OO'p.m.

hmvever, the Secretary;;:: of War bas disallowed Mr. Wailes would claim 15 per cent interest. Wolseley! and ),[Mete'mneh where the rebels A melancholy !horn was welling; 'out For St. Marys and Dungenes, on' _

You see at once; after: 'dedncting his commission Its liquid melody till all conjoined Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p. in.
many items under the rule and regulations from the cuh"e had gathered in force to meet the English in- Voices and organs. and wild instruments For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,

governing; payments to the regular I, receive, there vaders. General Stewart's'two battles turned Came like the rolling thunder of a band- Monday and Thursday........... S.00a. m.
would be but an insignificant sum to turn So rich so magic'and so beautiful.
forces the wl oled..sigri of the expedition
out of arice3-
yet, with all his disallowances.after Steamer Martha
I it the Naiads
into the It would be thought was green-haired
treasury. too small to
yu exhaustive examination he .finds the line of a relief force into that of an invading With all their shells from ocean From St. Marys and Crandall on
be .satisfactor o. I think it had better goover sea up Monday and Thursday......._...... 7.00 n. m.
due 822i.0l8.03. army, and the result was that theMahdi blown
Xow if add the interest
there for all From St. Marys and Dungenes.j,
practically receive in
HIl tillS um from 1 1857: to we seized the opportunity long delayedand To pour one chorus on my ravished: ear. and .._ O.OO a. m.
January April I I on .Wednesday Saturday .
cash is to go in the shape of commissions. Then sink forever to their coral 'homes '
I, 18S3, t-w $412,793.83, we have $537- I fell on Khartoum? with such.overwhelming From St. Mary's and limps(: Ferry,

434,)n. Now, If we deduct the amount due ,Delieme., your friend truly, numbers as led to its overthrow.-PAiVa* ,- Tuesday and Friday.................. 2.00 p. m.

(Signed.) W. D. BLOXHAM.
delphla Times. -
the New Clothing.A
Indian ,Spring
Trust "fund to-wit.: $327.790 Special Bargains .
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there fine line of New Spring Clothing: fashionable '
Is still due the State the sum' of $3O ,- A Great Redaction Fresh Sauerkraut cut and well made, at low prices. : In White Lawns and Cross-Barred :\ !,
f..h9J.: .
I ,. _I In Dress. and. House-Furnishing: Goods, :-' ., ,. ,,At JACOB KLAREP.'S i .Fine Clothing a specialty at and .Nainsooks, on Monday,i February 9th,
Tbis, case is one where the'Go\"crnI1.1cnt" : .AT'PAUL' FUXKE't Cor. Sixth and Ash: sts. J. & T. KYDD'S. 'at' .r MoDE'BRO:; .'S. .

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I But, wrapped in his ;"eeing: 'her again weighed' Hunter was rfir t to congratulate the SEWING -
;cloak and lighted on his way I mind.like" unwelcome in- young couple. MACHINES,

: lantern, Owen cared not for the ,Who'd have thought," he whispered ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES
I ening elements, and walked : of Robert Hunter, who to Owen, that the tables would .
whistling softly, now and then accost him, he shrank and have been so turned ? Truly, There'sa For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices

\ to shake himself, after the as though in pain, but he tide in the affairs of men which, -ALSOATTA"HU -

some huge water dog. intently as though his life taken at the flood, leads on to fortune,' of every description
Then he would, trudge on upon what he was about to and you took it, my boy." NT8 'for unr Sewing Machine;and
thinking what a terrible night it he proposed to Annis, and for sale. '

be at sea, and breathing af accepted? i Standing Committees of the Florida -" \

the waved-tossed' mariners far ,'* 'he. began, "I wish you Leg lslnhu'eI U'Old Machines repaired at moderate
home. change places about last prIces.
Suddenly dull, booming k." I On Judiciarj'-Mr. Mallory, Chairman ; Corner Third HENRY and HOBEIX Ash : ,
reached his ear. late for that, now," was Messrs. MuKinne, Cooper Bryson and 8 Fcrnandina Streets.
It came from a seaward Stripling.On ._ Fa.]
Education-Mr. Crill Chairman CURTIS A C{) ., "
: but at first h6 kept, on his way, aware of the fact, and Messrs. Orman, Roberts McKinne and;

mg: I regret about it. I'm Baker. REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
This is not the harbor, and dished in a certain direc- On Finance and Taxation-Mr. Crill, ST.IAHY'S: ,
Chairman; Messrs, Gaskins. McKinne, Han-: GEORGIA.
one who has the
; slightest kins and Stripling. Loans
of the locality will be sure to do you mean ? asked Owen, On Claims-Mr. Speer,Chairman ; Messrs. changes effected.procured, Mortgages negotiated,Ft
such coast Lesley, Gaskins, lUirnam and Chandler. Mill S ites,
a dangerous so interest. Town Lots from 2.) .,
business of mine." if believe it I On State lltlulIIlarit's-lr Neal Chairman acres, Lands and Plantations from to
might 5 to *
you ; Messrs. Roberts, Cooper, Mounteinand acres for sale. ,OO()
I Again that sound came.' This have left my visit unpaid ammis. N. B.-"St. .Mary's having been
Owen stopped and listened. ; indeed, had far better have On Commerce and ,Navigation-Mr. Mallory as the terminus of the AtlanUc& [ elected
Chairman ; Messrs. Lesley, Orman, Baker Canal (under the sissjp! I II
1 A thought came into his mind AnnIs was so interested at and Hankins.On surveyment made for Covent
did so, but it militated so of 'there out- by General Gillmore), charters for,the
being a ship (Immigration Mr. Mann, Chairman ; construction of which having h
j against l his. inclinations to give that it was all I could Messrs. Jones, Crill, Stripling and Chandler. I by the I United States Govermnen+'en"rmtel,
it that with an impatient upon her riot to face the .Legislatures: I of I' Georgia and Florida. a !I-ar'tle
On Agriculture-Mr. Lee, Chairman I'
he started on. ,' come and help she said ; Messrs. Mann. Williams, Neel and Cole. ; be increase confidently. 111 the looked value of forSee adjacent lands nm
: But he could not rid himself gave "me some pretty hard On Public Printing-Mr. Gaskins, Chair- Sun,27--3--83.) ( New York
It this man ; Messrs.: Mallory, MeKin ne. Landrum!
.i was : tell you,about my leaving .
and Proctor.
I If a ship is in peril, and has to do the good work,' as On Enrolled Bills-Mr. Hcndricks. Chair- K. '1 CAMPBELL,
A way, the only thing that could it. I don't believe that the man ; Messrs.' ;: Cooper, Lee, Hankins and JEALIESTATEAGwT1Vuldo

it, her would be a huge beacon will look at me again Martin. ,
On Mr. Delano,
Corporations- Chairman
cast light her I thought in her mind of ; Florida.
upon )[essril.: MeKinne, Hankins, Landrum and
:: l To build a fire would be a to have, done.and didn't." Sammis. -
.. On City and County -Mr.McKinne'Chairman LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
{ time and hard labor. tide of joy rushed .through
;.Messrs. Crill, Mallory, Lands Located,
i-I To keep one up long enough heart that he could Mountien and .:\Iartin.On .
, ) any good would take hours of and while he was strug )Militia Mr.Orman,Chairman;)1essrs. Taxes Paid and t t
fulness, and he would have to his emotion Robert went Neel, Williams, Cottrell and,Proctor.On Titles Examined. ;

I' all hope of seeing Annis: that: revelations, little realizing Chairman Legislative; Messrs.Expenses Lesley,Gaskins:-)Ir. Roberts Delano, desiring Many bargains to locate are in offered and all persons

|| It was a hard struggle, but his'words : and Sal mis. / I their interest to call Florida or will find it to
I", tion proved to be a material going home to-day just On Indian Affairs-Mr. Williams, Chair- I with me. upon communicate
'\ could not hold its She told tell man ; Messrs. Whidden, Lesley, Mountien 3-tf
: own me to and Burnam. Warranty and Mortgage
,j $ strong sense of duty. up and see her and tell On Privileges and Elections-Mr. Lesley, PAPER-75 CTS. PER Deeds.
. It. : He gave up all thought of it. 1 wish it had been Chairman ; Messrs. Orman, Cooper, Shepard LINEN sent upon receipt of DOZEN.2-cent
.! pleasant greeting he had been make such 'a hit. Women I> On and Appropriations Cole. McKinne Chair- stamp. Address

j; upon in his heart all day long, any one who touches their man ; Messrs.Delano Gaskins, Hankins and 26 FLORIDA Fernandina)MIRROR
E himself to work to gather fuel for You ought to see her eyes ,Chandler.On Fla.

beacon fire.After when she was lectur- Messrs.Fisheries Orman -Mr. Cottrell, Chairman ; FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER
Cooper,Sheppard and Baker. !
several hurried not staying to help you. On State AffairS-Mr. Whidden, Chair-
the woodland, which lay a little her look so pretty. But, mna; Messrs. Lesley, Jones, Hankins and FOR SALE CHEAP:
I tance ,'he succeeded in has ? Stripling.On AND SLABS
away come over you EDGINGS ,
Railroads and'Telegraphs-Mr. Cooper -
a lating a pile of branches and was hurrying off in the di- Chairman : Messrs. Speer, Orman, Whid 10 cents per load.
twigs, whICh he had raked out the cliffs. den and Baker. ROUGH LUMBER
his hands from a deserted hut, Robert caught a look On Public Lands-Mr. Jones, Chairman; From $5 to $16 per M ft.,
r Messrs. Williams, Crill, Mountien and Bur-
( stood on the confines of a thicket which told him more nam. DRESSED according quality.

a had evidently been gathered intended. He stood star ASSEMBLY. LUMBER,$12 to $20 per M.feet.

for some purpose, but under the thinking to himself: On Judiciary-Mr., Young Chairman ; Orders by Telephone attended
a cumstances Owen felt himself it all. in it it would have Palmer Perrenot, Miller of Marion and Ow- WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,
Well he'ffa
;; taking as good ens of Gadsden. Steam Saw and Planing Mill.
most impossible to have away'I"; as 'long as J can't have On Finance and Taxation Mr. Hicks, Office foot Centre Street. 8
flame of green wood. odds does it; make? And I Chairman ; Messrs. Cone, Head,Snow, Lyle,
1 i: I'I' Just'as he had succeeded in she cared no more for Grady White, Byrne and Weeks.On T UCY COTTAGE,
Commerce and Navigation-:Mr.Ewan,
i 1 a splendid blaze into life, a voice I had been a stick.:' Chairman ; Messrs. Bryant. Niblack, Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
r.itt Hallo, Glenn, is that you? caught sight of Owen Figueredo, )Monroe Tate and Wilkinson of

,r. in the name of wonder are you the cottage she ran out Nassau.On Railroads. and Canals-Mr Crawford, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

g : I am answering to a signal of Oh, how glad I Chairman ; Messrs. Kirk Niblack, White, Offers pleasan rooms.well rnished,withor
: I tress, Hunter !1'" as a dull sound I do want to tell you Rush, Yonge. Himes, Gudenrath and Wil- without board. Table Boarders will be
kerson. of Marion. accommodated; also transient.
''ij again from the sea. of
you. On Corporations-:Mr.Palmer, Chairman ; 2 Miss, LUCY O. THOMPSON.
Well, old fellow, I wish you stopped short. Something Messrs. McLean, Adams, Owens of Duval,
I''i your post, and I hope it'll do the face filled her with confu Perrenot, Owens of Gadsden and Forrest.On XOTI C E.
it For I'm off her outstretched hands Public Printing-Mr. Grady, Chair
# you expect. my part, ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN":
Messrs. Ewan McLean, Robinson of To
! ? :Martin's. I hear little Annis is within his clasp, and his Jackson man; McLeod4 Emmons,' Osgood, Byrd. Notice Administrator is hereby given that I have been
appointed of all and
1 away to-morrow, and I don't words of love were On Engrossed Bills-:Mr. Adams, Chair- goods, chattels, rights and credits singularthe of
; : { miss a sight of her beaming her ears : man ; Messrs. Ash more. Miller of Washington William S. Rawson, deceased; and all cred-
Robinson of Wilkinson Jr.,
4 It's and sweet itors of said estate legatees and en-
( night. bright as glad as you that I have Gibbs of Duval, Lyle. persons
?r.;' 1 I to be a man's beacon light for to please you ; for oh, On Enrolled Bills-Mr. McLeod, Chair- their titled to claims distribution and demands are notified, duly to attested present

u' i life. Good-by, and good you so dearly that I man ; :Messrs.Middleton Quincy, Snider,McCaslin.On Gibbs. of Jefferson within two years from this date, and that
:l f. tend your work. It's lucky all or dare -anything for your State Institutions-Mr.Taylor Tumblin, the same will be barred unless exhibited

i" ; not such selfish fellows as I am." 1 Chairman ; Messrs. Brewer, Chaires, Croft, within.said period aforesaid.FRED W. HOYT,
tj It was as if a thousand fiends she never knew how it- Powell, Peeples,James Robinson of Nassau.On Administrator

Pli tugging for the mastery of but his arms were about Messrs.Public Kelly Lands, Richards-Mr., Kirk Owen, Chairman of Duval;, Estate of William S. Rawson, dec'd.

:Ar'k Glenn's heart, as he listened to kisses upon her lips, and Altman, Taylor, Frazier, Hicks. Fernandina, Fla., February 7,1884. 6w
dU rattling talk of the gay, that she loved him so well On :\Ii1itia-l\Ir.Head, Chairman ; Messrs,

&;i youth.Should. to promise to be his Solomon Gibbs of Jefferson,Monroe,,McLean James. ,Brack Emmons. DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.

at "l\ he give Robert this he should be able to On Privileges and Elections-Mr. Over-
,i',: of seeing Annis, and of perhaps to make a home for her. street, Chairman ; Messrs. Chaires, Ewan,
''\'" her to be his wife, during this both young, and it would Walker Gadsden, and Jr., Gibbs Bryant of, Duval.Palmer, Owens of ADLISI-IED 1875.

:: [ night, while he stood and to wait, and they were so On Education-Mr. Quincy, Chairman ;
':1!t do good, and in God'sprovidence another's love. Messrs. Tate, Herndon, Cone, Perkins, Rob-
be the of the inson of Orange, Owen of Duval and Alex-
' to means saving \vas at first that ander. DRUGS and MEDICINES
:!i '1 people who were nothing to him? must elapse before their On Public Roads and Highways-Mr.
::1 jj 1 J Thus his thoughts ran over suddenly all was changed Robinson of Jackson, Chairman; Messrs.

l 1. over again, repeating themselves if by magic. Kelly Orange, ,Ashmore Clinton and, Wetmore Croft. Robinson of

: J the voices of mocking demons, came from abroad within a On Legislative Expenses Mr. Bryant.
Ii Bi outwardly he labored. on as It was addressed to Chairman ; Messrs. Snow, Robinson of HORSEY & CO.,
'ill! ( tingly as though no influences of the little seaside vil- good Orange and, Wetmore.'Niblack. Green, Middleton, Os-

kind were at work, piling on for information to -
.:t, as On Claims-Mr.: Byrne, Chairman ; Messrs.
e i t. fuel for the flames, or pushing who had kindled a beacon Herndon, Croft, Robinson of Nassau,filler =1 PHARMACISTS 1=
.: 'burning log into a better position to a signal of distress of Gadsden, Peeples and Wilkerson Ma-

in that way he won the victory. vessel on the night.of rion.On City and County Organization-Mr.
Peace succeeded to the wild the' correct date and ,the Owens of Gadsden, Chairman ; Messrs. Mc-
j :; of agitation which had Owen had sacrificed incli- Leod, Carter, Snider, Yonge;-Tumblin, For- Centre Street
rest and Sneed.
'' threatened to engulf him. Then the dictates of duty and ,On Agriculture-Mr. Chaires Chairman ; FERNANDIXJKEEP \, FLORIDA,
night wore through.. Messrs. Powell, Miller of Gadsden, Washington -
' With the morning, came a had saved a; valuable Brewer, Altman and McCaslin.On constantly on hand a fine assort
calm. One would not have lost and the writer Immigration-Mr. Green, Chairman ; FOR-
: being Messrs.Overstreet,:McLeod,Figueredo,Rich- of FRESH and PURE
that the sun-flecked waves which give half of the proceeds ards, McLean and Frazier. EIGN and DOMESTIC
: ; leaping in, white-crested and who had been instru- On Indian Affairs-Mr. Kelly, Chairman ;

: ous, to meet the stern. barrier of the matter. Also a medal Messrs.Bryant and Black.Wilkinson Ewan,of Smythe Nassau., Perkins: Drugs and Chemicals

and crawl up, almost, to their off commemorative of On Post Routes-Mr. .Rimes, Chairman ; .
mits, could be aught but that the lives of all on Messrs. Brewer, Miller of Washington. Os- Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,

,: their force. Ah, it is a been thus preserved to their good On,Appropriations-Mr.Middleton, Salomon Gudenrath and Byrd.,Chair- Proprietary and Fancy Goods,

beauty-that of the sea. man ; :Messrs. Ashmore, Perrenot, Wetmore,
Too tired to notice the beauty at once the boast of White Herndon, Rush and Tate. FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
transition from storm to For when a man's fame On Fisheries-Mr. Solomon, Chairman;
:Messrs. Grady, Robinson of Jackson, Robinson
Owen walked slowly home. ,His foreign countries his own of Nassau, McLean, Adams and Wash PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
was done and he must rest. are always sure to :reecho ington.
Late in the.day he started out On Public Health-Mr. Snow,Chairman ; IN GREAT VARIETY.
Messsrs. Overstreet, Solomon, Powell and
walk. He was in that miserable day was set for the Figueredo.

of mind,which oftentimes follows : of the evening;when Special Standing Committee on Temper- ygfPhysicians Prescriptions
great exaltation of spirit. came to him in the ance-Mr.; Carter' ,Chairman;Messrs.Himes, carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at
Wilkinson, Jr., of,Santa Rosa, Ashmore and
t thought that' Annis had gone and ,Robert James reasonable prices.


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! A GREAT 'FltAVD.. prove it; and the sooner he realizes this I1 THE CIRCUIT COURT
Application for
I i License, I! J: r" FIXE
1 The.greatest curse inflicted on I humanityslice truth the better it will be fur him-the better FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU To the Board of County Cnmmissioncrs of ;

tha fall of Adam i is the seditious theories it will -be for those weak-minded, halt, COUNTY FLORIDA. Nawiu County State of Florida: .............................................................,.

1 uttered by ',Robert G. Inger&oll. A lame and intellectually blinded, individualswho 1 respectfully ask,to be granted a license.

I curse in that he:;. misleads those who are are following him deep within the mire DEXTER HUATER, ) for the sale of ales, wines and liquors in the j l\II L.LINE.I! I

i weak- ntlldrd; and,causes them to disregardthe of inexcusable false teachings. The religion vs.JOHN town of Callahan, and enclose herewith the ...... .....
II. BOYNTON f I ATTACHMENT, signatures of a majority of the legally registered
supremacy of God, their obligations to centered within the being of the Babe of Doing business under the f $1,6 3.00. voters of this precinct as required bv

!society, self and the world at large, in so far Bethlehem has come to stay ; and the name and style of John law. -AT-

as a Christian code of right-living is con- sooner )lr. Ingersoll makes up his mind togo Boynton's Son. J (Signed.] I. D. HIGGINBOTHAM.
cerned. A curse,; because he would find from off the stage of action with his SAID. doing DEFEND business ANT, as JOHN John H.Bovnton'sun BOYN- We, the undersigned registered voters of

pleasnrin seeing the churches of,all de- most perfidious and disgraceful self-ap will hereby ,take notice of the commencement Election District No. ::9, of Nassau county.

nominaions' give: way to the playhouseand pointed prophesy, conceived by the devil of the above entitled suit by Florida, respectfully request that the Board

the Bible become a thing of the past.A and implanted within his person, the sooner Attachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth) of Florida County Commissioners of Nassau county, BONNETS, RIBBONS,. :
Judicial Circuit in and fur grant Isaiah D. Higginbothamthe {
curie, for the reason that he seeks to establish he will relieve himself from the rightful de- Nassau County of right to s Sell distilled and malt liquors at
Florida; and is notified to appear, FEATHERS, LACE FLOWEBS.
himself as the embodiment of all nunciation of a God-recognizing people. plead or demur to the declaration filed Callahan in the above named district. t ;

------",-------- therein before T J C Geer, ,London Jones, his x mark, J
wisdom, while those who differ with him on or the first Monday in
A Fall
\ fools. Traveler's Guide. :March next or judgment by default will be John Holland, his x mark, Amos Denefield, Line.of Elegant Late and Mull Fie has; Ii ;
are arrogant A curse, because he Conover his .
taken herein on behalf of Dexter Hunter Tony x mark, Tobias Jones,
would fashion every human heart into a TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. the plaintiff above named.R. his x mark, Samuel Jones, his x mark H CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS., ;

whitened sepulchre, recognizing no God, no Day Passenger Train learesForCedarlieyandWildwulidaud- W. DAVIS, W Thompson his x mark, Hamp Jones hisx y
H. J. BAKER, mark, J D HigKinbotham, J W Sheffield, Linen Collars and Kid Gloves .
hereafter. A cure, because he seeks to un- Mack Rollins l
Sherrard General. Horace
settle the doctrines of Christianity that all points o'n Transit Road........10.25 a. m. Attorneys for Plaintiff. H Braddock Jacob Pendarvis
Fernandina :::, x mark,
Fla. Nov.
Savannah and all points North 28,1884.. l-3m All of the Latest
Allan Ogil vie.-W J
received obedient from the Thompson II Sauls
have recognition and West................................10.25 a. m. Owen Jones, B ,
most l learned throughout; all A curse, In the Circuit Court : Burney Bryant Moses
ages. (connecting at Callahan.) Chapman Wm Crain, his x "mark. E G FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS,
because he would close the door of con- For Tallahassee, Pensacola, and all FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU Stewart James A Braddock his x mark.

science against all moral responsibility other points on the Florida Central & COUNTY, FLORIDA. James 0 Burney, his x mark, John Wil Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Tinderwear.lfl .

than that to nu n. A curse, because he Western Railroad..10.25 a. tu. D.-\VID'VII.sON and EBEN l liams-, his x mark, W B Boothe, James H ;
(connecting Baldwin.) HUNTING, doing business Jones, James Allbritton, C K Buford. J -
the heart that of I
would ll hope 1i
Day Passenger Train arrives as WILSON & HUNTING, N Higginbotham, Mesheck Burney, his x
eternal\ promise }held out to those who From Cedar Key Wildwood, and v 1 Attachment. mark, H C Johnson' H Thompson, :Moses II--H--11 1 I II HI I I-M'I I II Il'th4l II I I-H
strive (fa) live in accordance with the teachings all points on the Transit Road... 4.35' p. in. JOHN H. BOYNTON; doing Amount $1,700. J.nng.D C Crews,. his x mark. J,K Crews: :!: SUMMER GAMES.t
From Savannah and all points in business under the name Bond, $1: ,400 his x mark, Jacob Young, his x mark,
of that book which has living -
says man a the North and West................ :4.35 p. in.. and style of JOHN BOYN- I Enethy Sauls, his x mark, J W Swarts, -4 I t I II II 1 I 1 !----1 II II I If.).
sOul. A curse;; because his teachings From Tallahassee Pensacola. and TON'S SON.DEFENDANTS. J Neil Thomas his x mark Matthew J All-

create doubt in the minds of the weak, all points on the Florida Central britton Charles Murrhee, John High-

which'tend to lead them into questionable & Western Railroad................ 4.35 p.m. WILL of suit TAKE in the NOTICE above tower, John Williams, his x mark, Henry Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, i ii
Bradley, Sr.. his x mark Graham Crews
Train leaves i i
Night Passenger entitled ,
living A falsifier because he proclaimsthere cause by attachment issued out of
For Cedar Key Wild wvod. and all the Circuit Coitrt.lurth Judicial Circuit his x mark, Henry Bradley. Jr, his x mark, MARBLES KITES, ETC. i :

is no God-:-a distinction which the points on the Transit Road........ 5.30 p. In. in and for the County of Nassau, and are John Copland his x mark James R Green I

Bible tll\e accords to the fool. A falsifier For Savannah and all points North notified to appear in said cause on or before John Blake, Wm Thornton his x mark. -ALSO-

because; he endeavors to substantiate by and West........... .................... 5.30 p. nl. the first Monday in April next or judgmentby Thompson Melton A, his Clapp x mark, his Alberty x mark,Braddock Malachi, Large Grass Hammocks and Express WageusKING'S '. .
(connecting at Callahan.) default will be entered therein
his personal weak-minded conclusions that upon fail-
Esau Clioeti his x mark, J B Carroll W W
Pensacola and all ,
For Tallahassee
ure on the part of said defendant to i
man i ife alone responsible to self, as, that points on the Florida Central & answer or' demur to the declarations plead filed, Boothe, B G Dyal, Britt Tilmun, James i ii

beyond the grave there is no existence, conbt'jucntly Western Railroad...._............... 5.30p.m. in said cause on or before the first Monday Hargo his x mark, T Thomas, his x mark, BAZAR,
G W Dyal, J A McIntosh W H i
: no responsibility.? If misrepre- (connecting at Baldwin.) la May, 1885. H. J. BAKER, r!
H J Davis, his x mark, Archibald Davis hisx Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.. 3
sentation of long-accepted and well-known Night Passenger Train arrives- Attorney. for Plaintiffs. mark, William Johnson, his x mark. W C
From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and JOHN A. EDWARDS I
duties be fraud then' Robert G. Thornton, his x mark, John Carroll, his x- '
religions all points on the Transit,Road... 8.50 a. m. Clerk of the Circuit Court, mark, M M Carroll, A Carroll, his x mark, $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT \\\II\, %,
is the colossus of his Were In and for the
Ingersoll age. From Savannah and all points in County of Nassau, Fla. B J Carroll E L Carroll Grisblie Thomas .

.. ............. 8.50 Fernandina Fla.. Dec. 1884-3mo. ,
society'to accept his teachings, this people, the North and West .. a. m. W Ireland J J Atkinson =. '
and Joseph Sr, John ON 'receipt of $5 we ,:; ::. \ 'l: i
as a nation, would fall from its present pin- From Pensacola. Tallahassee, & Sheriff's Sale. Nettles, his x mark, D Burnett, his x mark, will! send you an Electric ::::::: \ ::::::.

nacle of grandeur and sink within the abyssof all Western points Railroad on Florida......Central.............. 8.50a.m. TTNDER and by virtue of an execution Jerry M Keen.Cohen Abram his mark Woods, his x mark. Lamp. Burglar --- =--i:, :-
the Stephen x J T McCall, A Alarms $1. Call Bells /- _:
U of : :
issued out Circuit
utter moral destruction in less than a decade FERNANDINA A JACKSONVILLE R. R. Court, Fourth J Boothe, C B Smith Raymond Cay Jacob $1. ElectricGasLighter / : \I
Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau \
from its adoption. Within our borders Train leaves daily, except Sunday- \in a suit in said,Court determined whereinP. County, Goodman, his x mark, David Green, John Telegraph Instru- _

nigh every religious belief under the sun has For Jacksonville.........................11.10 a. m. I. Courter is plaintiff and Clarence N. Boothe, Joshua Miller, his x mark W M ments, Medical Batte- :,

For Jacksonville ........................ 5.10 p. m. Brewster defendant and Crews, his x mark, Lewis Hall, Neebam ries, &c.
representation-each free to worship in the George Henry gar- Turner, F C Higginbotham, J W Keen, A "In regard to your new Electric Light.
Train arrives Sunday nishee. I levied
daily, except and will sell at
manner: their individual conscience dictates From Jacksonville.....................10.10 a. m. public auction in front upon of the Courthousein Higginbotham, A D Carroll, B F Crawford, we think you will be exceedingly successful si

-and each deriving comfort and conso- From Jacksonville....................... 4.12 p. m. the city of Fernandina, on Monday, the Jim Sauls, R W Spann, H Lake Wash Hary, in securing its universal adoption.
W Goodman his x mark, T W McIntosh J F & REDFIELD
Yery truly yours, ,
lation therefrom. Churches confront 2nd of A.
D. 1885
us on Sunday only- day February, all the right,
Cooner. H S Higginbotham his x mark, W 737 Broadway, N. Y.'r
every hand, erected by the contributions of From Jacksonville .....................10.33a.m. title and interest which George Henry had NKnight, J C Crawford, his x mark, Jury "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests- t'

those who believe in the existence of a God For Jacksonville ..,..................... 4.00 p.m. on the 27th day of May,1882. or at any time George, RV Grant D W Large, Thomas of your new Electric Light. I believe you t,
thereafter in and Lot
to Section
one ((1)), fourteen
-who'recognize the immortality of the soulas MALLORY LINE. Dana A C Jones, B F Sanders his x mark, will find no difficulty in bringing it into-
((14)), Township two ((2)), North
I J R his'x mark C Keen his
Dyal J.
x general Eastern Man.
For New York direct, by steam- use. j
individual that twenty-eight ((28)) containing
accountability to Being fiftyfouracres.
ships State of Texas or City of mark, Robert Goodman Jr, Willis Jones, Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM. I

creating them. The sweetest sentence ever San Antonio Thursday evening 7.00 p. m. Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.J. his x mark, R M Googe, Sutton Harkless, "We take pleasure in stating that the tests
Jacob Goodman, Sr, ,his x mark, J I Cross we made of Electric Light proved !
framed in prayer: "Our Father, which art From New York direct by City of A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff. your per-
Jackson Dukes, his x mark. James W Hig- You will have
San Antonio and State of Texas, fectly.satisfactory. a large-
in heaven: !J" has been familiar to us from every Friday........................... 3.00p.m.' Fernandina- Fla., January.-3,1885.In ginbotham, J D Higginbotham E T Johnson .and ready sale.: Yours truly,

earliest, childhood. Sitting upon our LINE. the Circuit Court Fourth -Judicial S"W Knight, G W,Barber. ,Earl Davis, RICHARDS & Co,,
mothers1 knee, she has told us of that Being CHARLESTON A FLORIDA STEAMSHIP Circuit, Nassau County, W F Bradley, S B )McGIew David Williams, 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue, N. Y." ,
I For Charleston, by steamship Cityof Florida, In ruling over all things, and from earliest in- Monticello, every Wednesday.From W R Smith, Redic 'R Thornton, Joseph, selves. ;

fancy'' we have been taught to do Him Charleston, by same steamer LOVIE. EUGENIA SUTTON, ) Jones his x mark, Mack Jones, his x mark WE WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.G. S s

..... ............... vs. I DIVORCE.
Sunday. m.
reverence, as to obey. Father, mother, every p. DAVID HUNTER SUTTON. J J B Lyons, John Brown, his x mark D M W. FOSTER & CO., ,1
For Charleston, by steamship Cityof Sparkman R Bryant, his x mark, D L- Norton 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.. ,
sister;brother, wife or children have goneon Palatka every Sunday. ON MOTION OF THE COMPLAINANTby W E Norton, J M Norton, James Cope-

before and the beacon From Charleston"by same'steam- her counsel John T. & W. S __ ,
light guiding ; George land, J K Carroll Wm Branch C B Hall, --- u
them on their unknown journey was their er, every Wednesday................. p. m Walker (it being made to appear to my sat- W L Loyd, A M Powell, J T Gill, A Davis -- --- .f- I

trust in Him who died ST. MARYS RIVER. isfaction that the Judge of the Fourth Circuit W H Bostick, Charles Vance, Henry R .1 II''il
; of Florida is disabled by illness to at- Stewart, J B Gwynn, J S Carroll, Charles
Steamer leaves
Martha Centre street dock-
hope was that of eternal rest in heaven. Is For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday tend to the duties of his office), and, on read: Floyd, James F Davidson, A 0 Green, hisx &) I i iCh' ;

it then for Mr. Ingersoll to rise phoenixlikeas and Friday....................... 3.00 p.m. ing and considering the Bill and the mark. Alexander Harris, John Bryant, i .. ''r.
the only true prophet, and at one fell 1 For St. Marys and Dungeness, on affidavit thereto attached. it is ordered thata Green Wimberly Bailey Smith, JJ Ed-

Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 hearing be had on the facts charged in the mundson, W II Maxwell.We .
swoop lispel all these hopes which have p. m.
: en- said Bill the first
on Monday in May 1885 the
For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, undersigned, hereby certify that ,
dured 'fir ? Is it for him to blot at Chambers.
ages out the whose names in the i
Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m. persons appear
from our map of faith even the existence; ofa Steamer THOMAS F. KING, Judge. foregoing petition, signed the same, or at- ,iy!{ rit
heaven Martha arrives January 3d, 1885. 10-3m tached their marks thereto in our presence, '''Ii
? Is it for him to remove from the From St. Marys and Crandall, on :
and that neither fraud, bribery nor deceptionwas
temple of our hopes the existence of a God ? Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial used in procuring said signatures or "..

Is it for him to establish in our hearts instead From St. Marys and Dungeness, Circuit, in and for the marks. ) i'
Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 : .,"
a. m. of
the idol-which at the last great day From St. and County Nassau ,Florida F. C. HIGGINBOTHAM.JAMES a
Mary's King's Ferry, ,
Josiah H. Prescott : W. HIGGINBOTHAM.JOHN z '.
shall be shattered by the pillars of everlasting Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00 p.m. vs. I|| notice of D. HIGGINBOTHAM t I't! '

trulh-that human beings are no more --- -- John II. Boynton doing busAttachment.! I,

than cattle, in point of' accountability, Post-Office Notice. mess under the name and I[I Amount State of Florida, I l i''i

hrougf life and after death ? Is it for himto Office Hours-From. 8:00 A. M. to 6:00: p. }I. style of John Boynton's I Sworn to County of Nassau. JOn tc :',

Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. 1>1. Son. j $1,000. this 7th day ot'KO\'ember. A. D. 1884, .. t 1\\
stand forth as a statue of brass and demand )Money Orders and Registered Letters from above named defendant John II. personally appeared before me 1. D. Higgin .. r 1I I i '

that we renounce our life-long belief 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M TIlE of the City of New, York, doing botham, to me well known, who being duly .1" Il't

and follow him through his wilderness of to 3:30 p. m.ARRIVAL business under the name and style of' sworn, deposeth and says, that each and '.,,i

blasphemous teachings? Is it for him to de- AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to every name or mark affixed to the above
the Transit & Peninsular Railroad enter his appearance in and to the above entitled petition, was the act and deed of the party '" y : ,.(
nounce religion our fathers and ex- Arrives daily except Sunday.....,... 4.45 p. M. attachment suit commenced against purporting to have signed the same, and J ,'4 &J .1 f. r;; t,
pect us to follow as sheep to the slaughter, Brings mails from the North, the him in aid court by Josiah H. Prescott. that said signatures were signed in the I 0 t.'i '..1 ..:'"'t. ," i .' ,

eventually perishing in the midst of the Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in presence of at least two creditable witnesses, r--tJt: ..:1.., .;..". .. j1r

false teaching with which he would encumber railroads. January, 1885, and to plead or demur to the and that there was no fraud, bribery or deception .. ; {. ;

Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 A. M. declaration filed therein on or before the in procuring said signatures or J"L'
us? Has he no heart, no respect for the Takes mails for the North, the first marks of said persons, whose names appear "i:
Monday in 1885 [
February judgmentwill :
or Opening December 1,1824: Closing! May 31.f8 .a
feelings of others or is he Gulf coast Transit and Peninsular signed to the foregoing petition.
as his'affinity indicates be entered against him by default.H. 1UNDKIt I
but roads.Lecsburg I. D. HIGGINBOTHAM. TIIK A1.1'HPS OK TItK-: p. !'
moving mass of sounding J. BAKER,
train arrives daily........... 8:40 Subscribed and sworn to before me this :
brass and A. 11. Attorney for Plaintiff above suit.J. 't f'
tinkling cymbals? Does thought United Stales Government 1
Brings Western mail only. A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. 7th day of November, A. D. 1884. ;

revert to the days of his boyhood when a F 1nal ama &: Jacksonville Railroad Fernandina, Fla., September G, 1884-3m CHAS. H. BERG, II.

loving mother sought to impress upon his Arrives daily except Sunday........, 4:15 A. M. Notary Public. :! -

young heart the existence of that God whom John's Brings the river Jacksonville mails. and St. Sheriff's.Sale. In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial 1300.000, f f: !.;.

in his manhood he ignores? Did that Closes daily except Sunday.......,..10:30 A. M. UNDER and by virtue of a decree of fore- Circuit Nassau County; Fla. Appropriated l hy the teuC'rotJ i...n.u>meni. i I

mother depart this life in the hope of entering Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's of a mortgage, issued out of the Lettie Miller 1

; that heaven which the living son dis- River and Northern mails. Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Nas- vs. I Notice of $500,000, 1(; I''
John H. busattachment..
sau county, in a suit determined, wherein Boynton, doing ) ,
claims? :Think you that in the watches of Sunday Mail- Warren F. Scott is Plaintiff and Moses Rob- iness under the name and Amount ContribiitrdAppropriated!by the lili"-f Nrwlirtre- i

the nightthe of Jacksonville and St.John's River, inson Defendant style of John Boynton's sworn to$400 4!
; whisperings mother'steachings arrives....................................10:25 A. M. will I have levied upon and Son. J $200.000, 11.;}
reenter his ear of infidelity and Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 at public auction in front of the '
p. M. court house above named defendant, John H. h l Mexico. #
in the city 'of Fernandina. r
finds its portals closed? If so and still the Jacksonville, St. John's llh'erand on THE II .
the first in of the City of New York, doing ;
Monday D. .
son persists in venturing in his dangerous the North, closes...................... 6:00 A. )I. being the second day February of said month, A. all 1885.the business under the name and style of $100.000. .1;

way aud seeks the allurement of others, Jacksonville only, closes:and!.......St.....John's...........River........ 4:00 p. M. I Robinson right, title in and and interest of the said Moses John enter Boynton's his appearance Son, in is hereby and ,to notified the above to I I Appropriated l>v llitr :.I.E fe.unitna .Ih'Jl
to the described
has the I following
statue of molten brass
become SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. premises, to-wit : Lot three((3)). Section six ((6)) entitled attachment suit commenced against I $100.000. 'f x;::
complete If honest in his theories-if Township two ((2)), North of Range Twenty- him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff on or before
they be the first 'Monday in 1885 and to I Appropriated 1 Ityth City of New Orfi" ". ',!
!worthy such a name-as announced, eight ((28) East containing one hundredacres January, ,
then is he C. C. STRATTON & CO. more or less. plead or demur to the declaration filed in
either essentially devoid of sound I From $5000 to $25.000,
Terms cash purchaser paying for title. said cause on or before the first Monday in ::1
theological reasoning or else, sutbborn beyond OF MACON, GEORGIA, J. A. ELLERMANN, February, 1885 or judgment,by default wilt Appropriated and i i.v' in.tri.r, *l..lc. Cil;.. (
degree? For let be entered against / j'
argument, us suppose Sheriff Nassau county. :
you.H. ;
)It. Ingcrsoll's theories correct; would HAVE MADE THE MODE BRO'S. Fernandina, Fla., January, 1884. J. BAKER. I Enry Stat and Territory .n. toe Union r.or..s nf._.(... |1.,t
civilization! Fla., the author Attorney for Plaintiff) ab',>ve suit. and nearly an;the L.a.g 'Natiotis and j jj-' ;
become better through their Counties of '1
t) 0I11J.
A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court.
ized Agents to contract for the sale of their it
adoption? Suppose there is no God ; sup- NEW, CHEAP[ AND GOOD.GINESBOILER. J.Fernandina, Fla., September C, 1884. fI
I The Biggest Exhibit the Barest BiiH'Jinijand the. :iI j
pose man has no soul ; suppose there is no BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties I Biggest In?r. .ni i rent in, the _' if{

heaven, no eternity, but the grave, that PATENTS1fUNX ,I W&Mu's H:3' :). :'I.,;[..
enllsall; will man prove any the worse off wishing to purchase will get all in- -NEW AID SECOND BAUD. I I ,f"Pr.rAT'OS y"i: 6-:. I ,,. lrrit'Vt'. !'P4rl.,,. ,::
tn formation .' '' tit' ';:7ia": :' ,"
''k tirl'OF
the COVKKthe ] "! '
end for having lived in the belief of as regards prices from them. ALL : or ',' t.t. .*,
MACHINERY AT lOW PRICES & CO..of the SrrEXTmcAMcmcAX. con- 'CI:: n v U'-::
each! of their existence? The Samples of different qualities and styles tlnastonct s Li Solicitors fur J'atentl.lLTLt+ TradoMarks. I .:.r; "t 'Y'fu:... ,.. S. ". :1"f ,f la.
: of
(' religion can be seen at. the office of Comblied Orange Box and ShUgle Machine Copyrights; for the United StaU, Canada. I'I
hrist i ii the Eagle Gin, Saw MlILs Planers Kncland ,etc. Han Book nboutIVents sttf : ..',;,
best the world has ever en- MODE Kemawn, &0 'r.1ccEGermany. The chrttut,rot r"-T'e rrrr ilNart.wrr; : : .
J BRO'S, Ak for Cat itl orne and Prices ftefore nylnz. ,, sent free. Tltrly-"pn JJr*'ex.xricnc<.. I I :tnnu,. ..i ..,a'.r&...:..:t sat Ut t'ti iof tiirt t f
yedaml we do believe that 26 Fernandina.Great Patents ipplfrir.>u-'iMUNNkCO.arenotic'd I .
not even a f t, TV ,:. J$; i.r.
I pcOIL'V! 55 ;
In the aciEvrmc A IUUtt.o )arzcst.IOstand : ,
self-important self-styled "Pharisee" HANDLE & DUBAHHACH'fCOT soientiaeRiper. ? .::Uayexr. I For ini'onnu.D..n' ; trsUirtclor < : ,: ''':' :*- :t
)Ir. as Reductions niosttrideipyeirruated. en tavlrgs a'.d intp-"st'nr information. i ':_ 1. 11 't t. F.. ..,,-. <," ,
elf! Inorxol), who, no doubt, thinks him- In Fall and Winter Goods 65, 67, 69,,ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a Sj;otclml'n copy. of t*>o r:c'riiiifc A ncrIcTi I; I '. *;en.rj. U \ (* C:.kt .;,
that he "i-ncfr. A'lrtrwaJICNN'ACO. lUJ'.j:'1C r I rb' > ,i
is atJ.
not as other men are, can im- & T. KYDD'S. (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) ..XT.UIC.\S OCce.2tU Broadway New Yurie.., I < : .

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,FLORIDA MIRKOK..GEORGE been' put on the road in such numbers fit which is to result from the- course. $132,000, from the principal of the J-}'I. G BY Il'IIOLES.tLI:'.
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recently go back and cease to of the -Union. sum due the State by the-report of The Herald properly denounces

: .... ..' R. FAIRBANKS. .EDITOR. come? The Florida Railway and We are all interested in the build- the Secretary of War, $224,648.00, the. newspaper correspondents who

Subscription. 83 per ;year; six months 81. Navigation Company are now operating ing up and support of our railways.: making ,a loss: to the State of $349- .do so much wholesale lying. about

F, Ofi!; -?corner Cantre and First streets second floor. J 538 miles of road ; they are The Florida Railway & Navigation 620 in a fair settlement of its claims." the railroads .in Florida. The road*

j I"+ *.* ** -, pushing forward their lines into Company is not ,allowing its road to Well might Governor Bloxham in Florida are of course manr ci-
I : ? KATES OF 'AJj' ER'1'L"L G.; hitherto isolated portions of the deteriorate, but expending large protest against any such settlement them new, and the roadbeds are
!T Fn cent*tftlne' for the first, and five cents foretsclw not
) subsequent insertion. State. Shall all this great system be sums of money in its improvement, and any such sacrifice of the. just as, well settled and ballasted as tt Cold

1st t'cfal local, uotiees,13: cents,a line. .. suspended to suit the querulous and should be encouraged by the claims of the State. long used roads in the Northern
ll 'ndi1 pottees, 25 cents line.
::selal: s rase for time adn a rti'PJel1ts.1,1p011: nppli notions; of railroad perfectionists ? press and people in this direction., No doubt Senator Hampton' did States. They arc also laid TIt rof':_

.l:1:11.nt: ihoffiee.! The common sense of the 'people Till; IXItLIX HOSTILITIES CL ([1[. all he 'could and thought he .'was sarily upon .a much more vi i :,::: ,

-.--'.i -,- j. and; the Legislature would at once The correspondent of the TiirtesUnion acting for the best, but with a. full material and require a longer ll'-'i,",::;\
:Communications upon all matters of local interest -
solicJte-l:from all parts of the county and from repudiate the idea that because accidents in a letter published in the understanding of the merits of the I to get settled and.firm. The iuuPment ; -

afoijjfthe flies of Florida railways. have occurred and are, oc- Tilllcs- Union of the 8th, gives'.the case, it, is not to be supposed he r! is quite equal to most KortV: m

should'AlI com be- I.Addressed u1iclltlons; intended the Editor. .for: all publication business curring, owing to the' rascality of substance of an interview with Senator would not have counselled such a I roads, and we have not''heard of: the

letters glmpjly'to; THE' FLOKIDA MIEKOJ. scoundrels along the road in some Hampton and the report of the settlement for his own State. loss of a single life dn.' all the railroads
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--- in
'.., : instancesand,, in others, 'on portionsof Senate Military Committee on the The, whole ground of the proposed fiveyears: :
4 T Fl:n.l Y. FEBRUARY 14, isss.
--- ti t- ----- the road not yet completly re= claim of the State of Florida, to be settlement was wrong. -There -was! Lying about Florida mw. Cmie [t., |i.t ,
popular pastime with the
ABU.f&fG i TIlE RAILROADS. paired, the Railroad Company should reimbursed for moneys expended by no occasion, to mix up the Indian of Northern papers as base: bull tvrnsii ai'n:\ ; )ut-,)!:
Our Usually, fair and candid co- be dispossessed of their property, the her in repressing; Indian hostilitiesin Trust Fund with it. The Government youth and whist parties ainosij,' ue, I"!1\1 rc
the of iron and motive 1856-7. of the United States, as-an in- sedate of its society.
tcmponihf, Economist, criticises purchase :new .
t I The of Governor Blox- vestment for the Indian Trust Fund, -There M an apparent epidemic II; .-:. !>-
, wliiat; it galls, our defense'o'f the F 101'- power cease, 'the extensions ,broughtto correctness
r i ; nans among the small fry .
", stand still and the evils' of ham's action in. objecting to the : purchased $132,000 of Florida 6 per newsptpeforth :- : tl-
ilia,Railway: Navigation Company's i a# reccivership passage and WestFand: the lying' is ji, .,.
railroad; ;jAYc aimed simply to recall be substituted. of a bill, which proposed to set- cent. bonds. -, wierd and fanciful ami unscrupulous: a>

i r I attention fo certain facts and to claim It requires but a moment's reflec- tle our indebtedness: by the United The State of Florida expended in Kiernan's own. ;

for the !officials connected with the tion to see that no road can make States to the State of Florida of 6442- suppressing Indian hostilities, whichit Detroit- Here comes a Bohemian scribbler ill tin-
f under and 268.54 .by the of $92OOO was the duty of the United Statesto Eee.tiftff Xewsr'who, luvin: ; failed
road: single justice. progress receiverships, payment perhaps to deadbeat: the railroads on iris
' : Xothitig: is: easier than to join in the Economist is the last' paper we only, which would entail .a loss to have:: paid;the sum of$271,386:27, tour vents his pique as follows :

' general [censure.: It is the fault of should have expected to advocate it. the State, upon just and acknowledged which, with the interest thereon, remains that In regard theFloridiahs to the-.new system of railr.wk
vaunt themselves ..
our age riiid of the press and people While admitting the fact that claim, of$217,6-18, the sum of- due and unpaid. The United much over as opening up the State, t'l' .i.i.s" \..
States admit $224,648 of this sum to till and intrur,;ration, let no ,Northern :,
. that welrush" to conclusions and find many accidents have occurred on the fered being only about 30 per cent. elerput I UU trust in' it, for it i< a d. : t- ,tl
: S out-the filets afterwards. Western Division of the road, we do of the amount admitted. due, is. ap- be due, which, .with interest, and a snare-not seldom somethiaMre..
l f. .The Economist would have I been Ifot feel i called*upon tb join in an indiscriminate parent. That tliis( is the case is Amounted April; 1, 1883 I to $637-' The traveling: rails: are accommodations worn and b\tlly.nrt: olrt: poor of,joint.[iniiu-'

y fairer i if it had republished all we censure or a crusade clearly perceived* from the reportof 438.95.. \ are rarely, ] on time,' c l.i i:ion'are nut infrequent -
oflidalsare either ll'mhp!
unwilling -
: said: instead of ia paragraph here and against the owners of railroad prop- the committe itself. The ordinary ,and proper way of t.o furnish information to i j.axn.." 'y.!
there. I The committee after recitingthe procedure would be for Congress: to and what time the traveler is not :MH; :? ,,::
: erty, are themselves the greatest, say, with irritation at long and unarcoutiMim'stoi ; ,
;'VC' t Specially called attention to sufferers.' items of the claim made by the appropriate this sum to be paid out 'paxrs be is kept in a cold swear, in anticipation .
of the when the State of the train jumping the trarU, or i
'J1 the fact that under the administration State : Treasury ;
: -- --- - -- the engineer: trying to pass another train '>m .
it ; ;) of; Captain Maxwell as superintendent THE TZMES-UXIOX" OX HAILROADS. There appears,therefore, lawfullydue officers went to the. Treasury for the the same track. This is no fancy of a disordered },
mind but the pure nmidul; ; : -!
,I"' ;;;r and his predecessors, the the State of Florida, accordingto money the accounting officer of the truth. Conductors: and porters r ;.
': :1 I road from' Fernandina.to Cedar Key We had just replied to the criticism the State Treasurer's account;the Treasury, under the usage of the departments you this is their "first trip"r(
the road
and vow it shall be tiic'r! [ h.-i.:
, 1 iiiul toJJecsburg had been and was of the Economist, when our at- sum of $770,058.54, being the principal to deduct the amount of Engineers run their trains at risk II:' !!iu- .1, ,.i!

.. a more five from accidents than any tention was directed to the utterancesof and interest of the sums which principal and interest of the State incontinently limb. Such remarks the traveler's tile follow ear:! '.;" i i.ni' 1

road we knew of, and we inferred the. Times-Union of the 10th ihst. she borrowed and expended on, be- bonds held.. by. the Indian Trust ever get back to the North nothing; will! '. -r
.frqiji .tins fact that the railroad We fail,, after close examination, half of the United States." Fund. There is no necessity for any induce the'horrid me to nightmares come South I ever a ain.srtlli:red"
)flici iah: were pains-taking, careful to find anything in the article of the If from this sum be deducted the "Dicker," swap "trade" in the "nothing would.}has: been equal to this railroad."
never thin: of brininglay v.--:
' men.. |t is not to be supposed that Ti1ne Uaion outside of general denunciation amount loaned the State by the Indian matter. : or family over this road." "No oin-! cvrtravels

frtUrpacfs! have any fondness for de- of a railroad.,whose: mis- Trust Fund, principal and in We hope our Senators and Representatives whose business over it for demands pleasure.it None irould but ri.-L!ri!
'1It. troy in;* their own property. The. fortune it has been to have' ,suffereda terest, .$327,790,:.there still remains due will contend for equal and life on it," and so on ad i,j!. ttuin.

io l cqences'of; accidents fall on considerable: number ''of accidents, to' the State the sum'of :$442,268.54.. exact justice ; that the State of Here this bald and reckless prevaricator
makes sweeping denunciation of al! the
fliem fair more severely than on injl.vidiiaps none, however, we are glad to say, in- ,Here then is a debt due by the Florida shall receive the same measure railroads; of Florida; to the dutrimn,1. of

tJ!V 1 who may be delayed a few volving the'loss of life or'limb. The United States to the State, the justice of justice. other States iillike. their business and to the injury of the State.

i..iursbut: the passenger who is relegated ] Florida Railway & Navigation Company of which is riot denied ;; but the cases have received. The claim is a "With but a single exception the railroad-

lr to a late dinner makes a far.I'eaterlioutcry. have been in possession of the committee go on to say : plain, honest and just claim, and the Florida arc the best equipped the best laid.
the smoothest and completes in the South.There
't!'!-I :_ ;; road to Chattahoochee about two I In auditing the accounts of the people of the State look to them to is not in the country a finer *\ -1"1\1

1 i The road from Lake City to: Tal-. i years. From the time they assumed State, however, the Secretary of War see that it is paid. of railroads than that controlled! l 'V t' <.
t jahassee: had been under a-succession possession continual work has been has disallowed many items under the :-i % : % "Plant Investment Company," inciu':< :

;"f :: bf- rec-Mi'vcrs for several years when Itt going on for the improvement of the rules and regulations governing pay- WE HOPE the press and people of every perb little railroad Jacksonville in Bust Florida St. Angus'.M.xcf save :tin-::, 1-,I

f'ur: c.'two years since, into the hands road. It has a considerable number melits to the regular forces, and yet the State will. carefully read the Halifax River railway and the Florid-\; !Railway :

i! : ]hf the present owners. From the of trestles and bridges to be constantly with all his disallowances after an exhaustive statement from the Times-UniQn of & Navigation Company. And yet. all!

,; hat\1r of the case the cross-ties if kept in repair, besides the roadbed examination he. finds due the Indian. hostility claims. The report .,these are unscrupulously described as unsafe

t Bound when the road was transferred during the year 1884, over 100-, $224,648. Now, if we add the inter- of the Senate committee gives a' dangerous and terrible."
Now it is time that this wholesale lying
-. : would not have immediately 000 cross-ties were put down, and an est on this. sum... .from January 1, full indorsement to the correctnessof about Florida should be stopped. No mat

jbecomo rotten,and, from our own: obi equal number will be required the 1857, to April 1;1883, to-wit: 8412I ,- the claim made by the State. Our ter how miserable or insignificant'i f'a-

}:cr\ atlon about that time, we know present year. Over 40 miles of entirely I 790.86( we have. $637,438.95. Now, if Senators and Representatives should source, it has its: effect, and a fe\v mi- ".1'Ii.>

JLliat iii the neighborhood of Talla- new steel rails have been provided we deduct the' amount due the In- be fully supported in their efforts to dead beats allowed to run' riot in tini::i "
swear our reput.-
papers away
# iii.assea f : they were in a very lad con- and two gangs of tracklayersare dian Trust Fund, to-wit: $327,790, .obtain a prompt settlement of the ,course of time. These things are ii '

KUtioiJi Accidents have been usual constantly at work taking but there is still due. the State the sum of claim, involving, as'it does, a quarter false, but libellous, and. should! IKr!: .!

;fan tml Pensacola & Georgia Railroad old iron and substituting new. It is $309,648.95.) .of a million of dollars. Over $60- as they deserve. If the contemptible -,'

aI ifOr* f :Now we do not .the interest of the road to carryon The committee also say that Con- 000. of school money due to the biers; who write without a sou in i .'
nrnny years. ,
pockets are not responsible: the newspalarswhich
IjcnoWfWho was responsible, but we this work as fast as possible, and .gress has universally paid interest to school fund' of the State, are im- promulgate.their( injurious misrepresentations :

; ,klo know, and the Economist knows, every run off is a large pecuniary the States when they have paid interest pounded in the United States Treasury can clearly be held to account.

that the present company have been loss to the company. What would I and. they cite twelve several owing to the pendency of this There is :a legal"redress, at least for the railroads -

t | the conM.itinnof the Times-[Union hayoV ould it recommend acts of Congress in which this, has claim : ; whose business: is involved in these:
Lnnstrintlyatwork improving ; slanders! and we' !hope, for the sake of .l! -
stopping the running of been done. x : x
; the rOld.'Va reiterate the conraging the swarming liar: in N d,
. islatement we then made, that the.jjiresetf .. trains in order more rapidly to relay Now, how' does the case of the. WE AVE devoted much space this i papers, they will seek it right away.

1t owners of the road, since it the track? Suppose that a Receiver State of Florida stand ? The justiceof week to the Indian war claims, in But while these puny penny-a-line-! ,\

;k Ul alto; their, possession.have put .were appointed, could he work: faster the debt is admitted ; but the Secretary :which'we have no'other interest than ploughing away through oceans of dl-; :.
; ink to malign the South it is a ini
: :or better could he buy new iron and of War has disallowed for in- other citizen because deem '
. ;. Itiie.ii4n for 15 .1l1 lcs,111ore in hand locomotives and cars? formalities and non-compliance with it a matter of very great importance tial gentlemen and journalists oft! r

iTwo. ::hundred thousand cross-ties What then is the use of the kind the rules and regulations of the War and one requiring an energetic pre- ; of.\. ICMcChirc are sounding the prai1es

" !jwerellaid\ ; on that division in 1884, of railing at the railroads that the Department, a sum which, principal sentation and prosecution. We know of noble the truths.section Florida in noble Herald.English, telling

land !here have been added to the Times-Union indulges in., Is it 'not and interest, amounts to $132,569.59, : that the late Colonel Beard, asso-' ----- .- -- -
:.:roBiri'-Y"stQck." : 10, new engines' ': 7 new a positive injury to the interests of and leaves still 'a balance of $309- ciated with Colonel Wailes in the How strange it seems that an article,t, ".

: !troaelies; ; 2 baggage ('ars,250 box cars Florida? If the language of the Times- 648. ::5 due the State after deductingthe claim, not only procured, examined nation in these columns ,:relative r> r "

t, tint1. :$2 flat cars. i Union is to be understood literally $132,000 of bonds and accrued and arranged all the evidence' sus- and wrecking Western of trains Railroad on the and Florida the capture CVnrral of:

I These;::; are plain facts.: it amounts to a declaration that it is, interest, held by the Indian :Trust tain the claim, which for thirty.years the wreckers should be credited to the

r Xciw, what'does the Economist wish unsafe fc visit Middle Florida by the Fund. Now, how does the committee had been passed over and well nigh Florida Mirror, the particulars of which

1;done;: : Docs it wish the road turned only road which passes through that propose to settle with the States lost, but made! most;exhaustive and the J/trror knew nothing of until read in

over ;for another long period of re- region and the Tallahassee, Economist for a just indebtedness of $442-, comprehensive brief; showing conclu- ternity the Herald.of an Does article the couched ZKrtw in claim the jferaltfi the pa

lccivcHhip; ? Would it like the road very curiously follows the 268.54 ? Why, by simply appropriating sively the -practice of the Govern- own language ?

i jto bqVjrun: by a Legislative commit- lead of the Tilllcs-Union in discouraging $92,000 about 20 per cent of'! ment in all such cases to pay intereston The Mirror has made no claim to

I tec'? ::: Would it have a railroad travel to the Floral City. the claim. They say, after reciting the amount;due., Of...course these the paternity of the article alluded

iul'eiiest'blished. in the Statehouses Those who would, otherwise visit all the facts and admitting .the entire j agents of the State have riot theentree to. Compositors sometimes get

r and the patronage of the the beautiful rolling country, which justice of the claim : of committee, rooms. Thereour things mixed and give the wrong

j Goverjior increased by the care of a lies beyond the Suwanee, are warned "Your committee have concludedto Senators and Representativesmust credit. We are used to seeing our-

; railroad] ? Would it prefer that the against the railway which has provided recommend the sum' 92648.00 do the work.A selves thus wrongly credited..Bleached .

cargQeb( of steel rails arriving weekly a double daily train for the as a full payment io the State of all
j Line New White Cotton. .
The committee
should benefit of that region. It mat- Indian war claims
and bjjing: placed on the road may Just received by J. & T. KYDD consistingof J-,& T. KYDD are now selling a yard-wide
\ ceasti,to come? Would it like to see ter much to .Jacksonville whether arriving at this exact sum, by deduct- plain and plaid NainsooksVictoria Lawn Bleached Cotton, fine and soft finish, at the
there travel not the road ing the principal of the sum due by Linon de Dacca India and Persian Lawns All standard
the : new locomotives, passenger is or over I and French Organdies etc., which are low priceof 7 cents a yard. .
1 coach. and freight cars which have and we are at a loss to see the bene- ,, the State to Indian Trust Fund, marked at very low figures. brands as low as can be bought anywhere.'I

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DRESSED:: : : LUMBER j j according to quality. chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEUXANDIXA FOR NEW YORK
ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- t
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: ; sonville Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad., .
>1 Tt'lV; Telqifione.' promptly attended tpi I FIGURES "rHATllll DEFY GO 'PETITIOtJ.'Ve This Line Jjavsnj; no Transfers Ijeirccen Fcrnamliim<< and New st p
t \ : Saw and Planing Mill. :FRUITS, VEGETABLES, :and others. .
(>t1i-c'! ;ot. t Cc t'c,. Street. 8SEYfiSrcj have The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
endeavored to select the
: MACHINES for KfiWXVIIijE.. and thence by Steamers to all: pm'nts on the ST.
alll\Iost to be Found
ALL tATE:: J MAKES, Stylish Designs RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices LAKE WEIR. ,

i? : !f-ALSOoferery- and all wc ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves, and see the THROUGH RILLS OF LADING TO ALL POK3TS.For ,

iR "lVrl'iWl'i I Description ami- freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to "': .

(J,1' 'iVMalii!! ? 'or an- Dewing Machine, 1Y.. fiOVTIXTCICK. :, Agciaf, "
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I i, Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- .. :
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C\rricr jChlrd and Ash Streets, to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of .-- .
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nift.t (by General jGillmo're), charters for the o
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, (?isll1turcs of Gl-orgia! and Florida, a large .
increase in the vtilue of adjacent lands
<:onfidently locked for." (See New York SUCH GOODS: KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS

San.. 27-3-83.) .\ HAVE JUST RECEIVED
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Lands Tuxesj Located Paid, and, :_ ,',,, :':c .. MODE. BRO'S. THE+ BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.

1 I Titles Examined. .'

Many! ,bargains are offered, and all persons ; '_ : ; FERNANDINA. FLORIDA, NEW GOODS- Received by Every Steamer ,

desiring! ,to locate in Florida will find it to \ ::. O/,'" ,
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GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. I Assesstor of tares-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. : HOLM n;. --:::::-

County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor vf Revenue-W. F. Trantham,
)[. J.
I United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons Sanderson. Ocala. County Judge County Jlldge-A. H. Brownell.
CIC1'J.-\V.: ;W. Jeter. .Clerk-T. H. Pitlllun.
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. Sheriff Thomas N.
Assessor of Taxes-A.. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy. Ellis.
Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Treasurer-J.'E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector Revenue Thos. P. Shuler. Collector
Receiver F. Rollins, Gainesville. of of Revenue-William
Collector of Revenue---J. R. Herndon, San- County! Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Vfm. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton Tucker* .
Tallahassee. derson.' Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Superintendent ofSchooh-Dr.T.H.Jackson. Superintendent of
DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA., SchQol.i-Whitnell Cur>y.
m Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-W alter C. Maioney, Jr., WAa IIi\GTON.
JudgeThomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones.

Ju.rITUll-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
a *Clerk-Philip Waiter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Sheriff W. H Hutchinson. Sheriff..:E. P. Melvin.

INTERNAL REVENUE.: Sheriff-W. W. Tnmblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools- -J. V.. Harris,Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Treasurer-Thomas: J. Miller
Gfilector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. .Assessor of Taxes-N. Wainwright, Lake West. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Collector of Ret.'e1lue-John Roche
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. Assessor of oITIU'es-Geor W. Cook.

; -John COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fen an- Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Horn
W. Howell Fernandina.
Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. WALTON. CALIIOCN.
1 ;. Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina. Daniel McLeod Sr.
John F. House St. Augustine. County Judge- County Judge William Clark.
Starke. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.
BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff -J. W. Campbell.r Sheriff Joseph S.Stone.
: State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-Janles S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
Point. Collector Revenue Warren Collector Ret'enue-\V. B. McLeod. Collector
of F. Scott, Fer- of of Ret'elute-Joel P. Atkin,
( EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina.Superintendent. Assessor of Taxes D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John )!. Bush

: Governor-Win. D. Bloxham,Tallahassee. Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point. of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent,of Schools-J no.'C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools W. G"Coxw
: /den.ant-Governor-Livingstoll W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace ;R. Moses, Georgian botham, Callahan. e11_
; na. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan- -
Key West. Collector Revenue-D.. W. Bre- dina. TEE CELEBRATEDWOOTON
of McQuaig.
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, :Tal- vard ORANGE
County. COUNTY.

.: lahassee.folnptrfJller-\V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent,, of Scll.Ools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando.
Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. DESKS.
CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Orlando.
Attorney-General -George P. Raney, Talla-
hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes James:' M. Owens, Fort
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector. OFFICE APPLIANCES
Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Ret'C1tUe-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.

Superintendent of Public InstructionE.'K.Foster Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.

Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks. h ..Y
1Tfi1 -
Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge,Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. ild EVERYBODY DELIGHTEDWITH
Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY; :
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of'Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. THEM.
Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.

COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas .
" Clerk R. C. Tallahassee.
f' County Judge-W. M. Ives,Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J: Woods.
Drew, Astor
Special Agent-Columbus Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. No. 8 Flat Top._
' Building Jacksonville. Why use Desks of
: .! f Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. ordinary
; SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. ,{ construction when, for slight

: :!t Chief Justice.-T&. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Ta.res-J. L.'Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. 7'h! '- additional cost you can have

'I Ui: Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr., Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. _s:. .,. the benefit of our improvements

see. Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. -- ,;,; '- :;" ? ,, --, ? Awkward closets and
f Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. =
; ', side drawers
+ done
a "
; ) Jacksonville. -c ?? ? { -qy away with
County Judge William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. s4
"o Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. ( ., t l- I l h., ,. 'substitute revolving cases,

fi: ; CIRCUIT JUDGES.. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. which swing with a slight

Jtj i First Circuit. Augustus Maxwell, Pen-, Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. touch of the hand and
Assessor Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of,Revenue-J. B. Hardee
of Perry.
i I
: sacola. ,,, ,
,, thus
Assessor ? ; I enabled to furnish double
sonville. of Tares-R. I Henderson. ?
; Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- .
.!. ,r t !" Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown,.I ..yST. JOHN'S COUNTY. ;, e .ms. __ __ the space generally given on

see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. : ,,, -__ f each side; and when cases are
. ScJiools Albert J. Rus- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
Superintendent of -
'irf' Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- II tine. open, the whole interior i,
.: sell Jacksonville. '
:8 !t -L--
Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. flooded with light and all
J Circuit-Thomas P. Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
, Fifth King,
Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez St. No. 14 LowDown Roll
2 Augustine Top. portions readily reached with-
1! Sixth C'ircuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. County Clerk-J.Judge-Henry M. Caldwell, J.Jasper.Stewart, Jasper. Augustine.Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection;, and applied to

, "! :' :. Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cock" Sanford Sheriff-Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.
h, :
Taxes M. Duncan
Assessor J.
of Jasper.
,.,: : St. Augustine.
: < t alendar. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, it JL TaEWOOTON:
i Columbia County.Supaintendent .
.m" i ; FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J.. Reed, St. Augustine. ,a; .
r-., :! Fall Term- SUMTER COUNTY.County : .

J c Santa Rosa, 2d'Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY.County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, ,. Cabinet Office Secretary.The .

'Ji Ii) i Walton, 4th Monday: in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey,'Leesburg.
r : Holmes, Wednesday after 4th Monday ville. Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
f ; in October.
Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.
: Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, The most spacious and elegant desk ever pre
j1ID.' .; : in October. Sheri -J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. -tr- +l r-=t sented to the business public. One hundred and

,; : Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ville.Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- Ace + ;rn ; t ,,k ') ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

ot; I 5 6.', ; October.Escambia. Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich,Brooks- ston, Sumterville. .,i. 'i. one lock and key. Especially adapted for Mer

;; ; This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. .P-----_ u bchants, .:Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials -'
t 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A.M.C. Russell, County Judge-::")l. M. Blackburn, Live and Professional Men generally.ADDRESS .
r, ', Spring Term. Fort Dade. Oak. .
,' 1 : THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
f4 Spring Term- Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
County Judge-H. L.; Crane, Tampa.
i:' r : Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. Wootoii Cabinet Office Secretary. :
; April. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions;
! "
: .I:' Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa.
Qt If i Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor'of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
g r : : Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones

I" I i Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., u. s. A.SEWING. I
..ti' : in April. of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY. I
;' .1: Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- '
4 :", i : in April. prise. MACHINES.
4 6th after 4th Clerk-John W. Dickins I
Lafayette, Tuesday
: Monday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Enterprise. .
tII. 1 : in April. Sheri,f T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W.'A. Cone, Enterprise. '
1 ; Fall Term Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen i \
ili. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. "RUJl
q T
: : Tavlor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday inOctober. Cove. !
Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor I
- IH : Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen ,, I /t 1

,r tll t Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Cove. ., ..- I'' 4" .I\::} ... ,/")
: i Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, -- co/
: ; Suwannee 1st after 4th r
Monday Monday Enterprise.
' Collector of Ret'enue-J. H. Tucker, Mon-
ttr. ; in October. WAKULLA COUNTY.

' r : Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ticello.Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Nan County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville. tiiinf1by
October. I Ie
!i 1 : kcenah. Sheriff-Charles Alligood, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA
' ;D Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

'iffl'S 1i;!;i : in October. FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville.Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, IMPROVEMENT COMPANY;

j' :> ,'f' Spring.TermI Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. rpOWN
li Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. County TreQUrer'V. W. Walker, Craw- Q? ingaCnm
i St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. fordville. \
t Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNew r
Clay 4th Tuesday in March. Collector of Retenue-R. McMillan,Craw- Fernandina,
' 1 Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville.

i#' :' >' i Baker, 2d Tuesday in,April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New I Assessor of. Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- Towns on R. R. Line eyl
'. .' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville.
.It'l, : i ;' Duval. 1st Tuesday in :May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA. And Cedar Key.
Old Town.
. j9 ; : Fall Tcrm-
) : .' St. Jqhn's Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain. ,
Clerk-R. R.
I' I ':j 1 Clay, '4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Treasurer-Robert Shepard.Robinson. .
!; t' Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. .
I i ; Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Assessor Collector of Rf1enue-'V. J. Williams. | 0ffers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
Taxes W. J.
I t Ii ;: Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee. of Stephens. '
.' Ii 1 s : Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of School.s-David. Tinner.. number of the most eligible and desirable
Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel
t ttJ, Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable.for Business:Purposes, or for

t;'R : Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
] Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla Sheriff W.M. Bowen. City or Suburban Residences,

'J! : Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. ;t i' fxy Ytt
i : ,'March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret'entle-J. D. Filles. UPON EASY .TER IS.

i '1 : Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday i it in Assessor of Taxes-W. H.Johnson. .
i I : March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent Schools P. -
i of R. :McCrary.DADE. Liberal Discounts Values
,{: f t f Alachua,:4th Monday after 4th'Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. on allowed to

l II. ,March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
!i r 1 : .Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged'in manufacturing orindusrial -

: Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Ret'enue-TI. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P.. Faulkner. f
: :Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Wm. M. Mattaur. enterprises, who wilt'er ct on the prop- 'e iwra l

I Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan., '
; Levy,-4th Tuesday in November. hall,'Bronson. Collector of Ret'emte-'Ym. H. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvements .. -.
Alachua Assessor of Taxes-: Wm. H. Benest. t It
1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in
November. for residence, or in which to conduct then ..Jt"If.
County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, :Madi JACKSON.
: '
Tt'Tm-SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. business. ., -, .r...
Spring Sheriff-S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. i Q FE GT FJi
Orange, 4th Monday in January. C/erk-J M. :Madison INDUCEMENTS 'rcJtlN -" ,
Beggs, Sheriff Andrew Scott. TO MANUFACTURERS -, f' N
Volusia, 3d in ft'l'
Brevard, 1st Monday Monday in February.March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Ileam. I I EVE oUTOr- ;::: .1
; Madison. Collector of Ret'enue-John B. Anderson. by exemption for a term of years from :,
; : Dade 3d : in .
Monday April. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madisqn. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. I I No EQUAt. ----t: :: ::I
Fall Term
;: -2d in Collector of ,Ret'enueB. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J.Erwin. taxation, offered by the several cities and ':
Orange, Monday August. iEWH GfdACiHfi. ;
Madison. ; !Ji
Volusia 2d d :
1 : Monday September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad FRANKLIN. towns. Apply to ;
; : Bre\"ard.4th Monday in September.Dade ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. CHAS. W. :. ;
Monday in November.
A. Atkins.
MANATEE COUNTY. Fernandina.J \.Pfl
i County Judge-Z. T. Crawford: Manatee. Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. '.'jSJ-Office, cor. Beach,&7th sts.x t v'tCAOO OAHG PILL GA ,: :;
; : County Officers. 'easurer-R. H. Porter. MASS. :
; Clerk
Robert-S. Griffith Manatee.
Collector ,I' FOR SALE? t
of Ilevenne-George A. Patton.
:. ALACIIUA.. Sheriff(-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. ---
Assessor of Taxes W. F. Parrish Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. ,
j i ,ville.County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines town. Superintendent of ScTtools--.Henry C. Hicks.. ;' / JAMES JIcGIFFIX9CONTRACTOR

j Ckrk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. -- .

Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. .'Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. '. 4-Y'. ......," ";: ;:..: :. ", ''-' j AND BUILDER
; Assessor Taxes-S. H. Gaines Superintendent of Sch.ools-Felix J. Seward, "f? > '.1 >, 1
: of Wienges, Clerk Henry-S. Reeves. > r : :1" :"V i:: {

ville. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell.Y 1JI".'; 'I' ., 17"'! \> :,....pJ f' .- ,,-, Alachua Street, between Second and.Third,
Collector of Rer.'enue-H.C. Denton, Gaines MARION COUIfTY.: Treasurer-A. M. Smith. t "

ville.. ; County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.. Collector of RevenueR.M. Morgan..., : FERNANDINA, FLA.

: Superintendent. of Schools.-. W., 1\. Sheats. I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor'of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. Jl ,Orders and estimates from a distance carefully -
Gainesville. ., cheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L.. Allison. : : attended to. 2o'tr

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; : : THE FLORIDA MIRROR :' FEBRUARY 14, 185. > ;'

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GOOD PROSPECT FOR FALL TRADE, .,j-;:,. ...:c, ..;.: ;'-. : ;/ .::, : :: '. ':.'....=,.: .,' GOING NOKTH. I ST. :MARKS BRANCH.TALLAHASSEE .
.. ,_ .- :ff.uL
p.w ,' '- ':: i,f.;: nYi ; : Day Pas JV Pas.
: -AT= ; > "''' ( TO ST. MARK'S.

: ; ;' Mi: :: Leave Cedar Key.....:.............. A.M.7.30 P.M.7.30 Leave Tallahassee.................__ ... 8.00 a n. '

VV. J LO.HMAN'S. ; Leave,Rosewood.................. 8.028.10 Arrive Wakulla-.....:................:.... 9.05 a m
f : :; : t Leave Otter Creek................. 8.30 8.55 Arrive St. )[ark's-........................ 9.30am

..', .. .., Leave Bronson.......,... ........... 9.12 9.55 Leave St. Mark's-: .......................10.00 a. m
< ;.: Arrive Wakulla-...........................10.'5
Leave Archer...... am.
BUSINESS .... ............ 9.43 10.30
I ir\VE STOCK OF GOODS, > '. ."', yt.,,''';'4: ', .,. .t .
INCREASED ., ,! .. '_ ,
Ing:111 .- ., '/1i- !'v:1.frc:! (- 't; ;';"- :J'"f:;' Leave Arredondo...................10 12 11.06
:- ; ;; r.x.; !'t": Leave Gainesville.................10.36 11.36 CONNECTIONS.At .
t ANK T Si COMrTJOI S rl ngShi1; : h ; DRB G GOODS D CLOTDIKG t ; A. M. all Jacksonville North with Waycross w'ith Line for
n ; and
points East
3 ::1 -- : :. : :t t t:1 : / Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.18 12.30 dina & Jacksonville ; the Fernan-

w ..' ;:: ,'.. .. ,,' .>i." "..... .:" .. t: .. Leave Waldo.........................11.32 2.00 dina and with Short Line for Fernan-
: BOOTS AND SHOES : Leave Thurston............;......11.55 2.30 the St.; Steamers for all points on ;
fJ' f1 0; : Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
: : : P. :M. At
thouvaml:* tlf> other articles, which I will sell for 25 per cent less than you pay .":i- ..'. ,":. t 1c : Leave Starke!........................12.30 2.50 insular Baldwin Division with Florida Transit & Pen-
,and another house for the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and I :j \: ::: :," % r. Leave Temple's ....................12.35 2.5S nandina. Cedar for Gainesville and all Ocala, Fer-

'iil I (,') ,'inpctytiu of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of every ten. :, '. :1. -, ..": ,,, Leave Lawtey....................12 53 a:22 At Live Oak Key with, the Savannah Gulf Ports.
1Y Florida
Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts. -. Leave Highland...........;........ 1.11 3.45 &Western ,
LOII3IAN : ,: ;> Railroad.At .
Jf. .
'.,:: :" Leave Maxville..................... 1.29 4.15 Tallahassee with St. Marks
0--- .': : c',;:;: Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.50 Railroad Branch
.:': -. Leave BaldwIn......, ........... 1.56 5.40 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ( .. ,.:: _".' ," :: -fi: : Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 urdays.At Chattahoochee River with .

:> Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 cola & Atlantic Railroad for, Marianna.the Pensa-
\ Arrive Callahan.................... 3.00 6.50 sacola Mobile Pen
:1 Leave Callahan...................... 3.15 7.20 LOUlSVllltand, Montgomery all New Orleans, !
'SEA ISLAND Leave Hart's points West, Southwest,
ROUTE. Road Junction... 4.07 8.16
and Northwest and with
,, all boats for
Arrive Fernandina................ 4.35 8.50 Columbus and Eufaula. Apalachicola \

/:9* Day Passenger daily except Sunday; The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
> GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. all points West.Through .

I : \. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths

I : Y_ r _- Inland Steamboat Co. DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office t
(WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) and 'at new office southwest corner of Bay 't+:
-- and Hogan, Jacksonville! Fla. x
A. O. )
a, Day Pas. JN7 Pa MACDOXELL
1 T *
I NO HEAT-NO! DUST P.M. A.M. Gen'l Ticket' and Pass.Agent, f

I -BUT- Leave Waldo........................ 3.20 1.00 Fernnndina Fla.C. .
: z = Leave Dixie........................... 3.:;D 1.30 MAXWELL, 4.
A Delightful Trip Along the Picturesque Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.54 1.50 Master of Transportation::: ;;

Sea Islands. Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 2.20 D. E. MAXWELL Baldwin, Fla. !

Leave Citra........................... 4.34 2.0 .
-- Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.48 3.09: General Superintendent.Fernandina 4
{;@- A PERFECT SERVICE. Leave Anthony Place........... 5.02 3.25 -
Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.37 3.35 Savannah Florida and Western
-- Leave Ocala........................... 5.58 4.17 .
THE IRON STEAMER, Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 RAH.' '.\.Y. '

Leave Oxford......................... 6.55 5.27
,/.' Iti" Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 5.55 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.

\ Leave Leesburg...................... 7.50 6.55 f
All trains of this road
I Arrive Tavares...................... 8.20 7.25 are run by Central :
r ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes ,
rL GOING NORTH. slower than Jacksonville time.
... JIIJJJJL A.M. ..
., s... P.M.
? nvryrtt, tr'a.a.wfwr.- .wr +.r. : zc y r-- "- Leave Tavares........................ 625 5.20 and after Sunday, January 18, 1885,

Leave Leesburg..................... 6.55 6.08 ON Passenger Trains will leave and arrive '

MARY MORGAN Leave Wildwood.... ...........::. 7.25 7.10 as follows: a':
B. NOYES Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.

FERNANDINA EVERY MON- Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.52 7.49 Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:30 a m ,
: DEALER IN LEAVES.. and Leave Ocala.............-............ 8.33 8.50 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m I
Friday evenings, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53
Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m
Savannah Thursday
FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES, arriving every Tuesday, Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 9.36 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m ;
and Saturday mornings. Leave Sparr's........................ 9.38 9.53 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 m II'
foot p It
Hay and Grain Ship Stores LEAVES SAVANNAH, and of Lincoln Leave -Citra.......................... 9.53 10.16 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p n;
street, every Sunday,Fernandina Tuesday Thursday Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.15 10.46 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p in ;....

FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS evenings,arriving and at every Mon- Leave Hawthorne..................10.37 11.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m ;

day Passengers, Wednesday North-bound Friday connect morning.at Savannah Leave Dixie.........................10.55 11.40 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m 1 a

CROCKERY HARD'VAREVILLO'VVARE witli Rail and Lines and A. TLT. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m g.
South-bound Passengers Steamship reaching Savannahby ; Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.20 12.15 Arrive at Savannah daily a't......... 1:30 p m r

Rail, or the Ocean Steamship Companyfrom J"Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m ;

Prices Low as the Lowest.N. New York and Boston, or Boston & Night Passenger daily. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
cola and Atlantic Railroad f
for Pensa-
Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the
E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla. Morgan with the Florida Railway & Naviga- F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. cola Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- a
Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns-
tion for
I Company
(FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) wick take this train, arriving at Brunswick t

an Ordinance Amend the Police Or- Ordinance for Fixing the Rate of Assessment CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES, Leave Fernandina...............11.10 A.M. P.5.10 M. train Pullman, .Jacksonville Buffet Sleeping to Pensacola Cars on:Mobile this i

dinance, Approved May SS, 1877. for Taxation for the Year 1885. NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AND MEXICO.For Leave Hart's Road...............11.43 5.37 and New Orleans. f?

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY tickets apply to Leve & Alden agen- P.M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville 1
Council of Fernandiua. : BE of Fernandina: cies, or any regular ticket agent Arrive Jacksonville12.50 6.35 to Cincinnati via Jesup.

SECTION The Mayor shall keep docket SECTION 1. That for the purpose of meeting F. W. SIMMONS, Agent, GOING NOKTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- ,
book, in which he shall enter the title of the current expenses of said city, and Fernandina, Fla.C. A. M. P. M. ville to St. Louis via 'Yaycross.'t

every case brought before him, all adjourn- the past due indebtedness thereof, for the WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, Leave Jacksonville............... 8.45 2.30 ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.
ments, the time and manner of the trial or year 1884, there be raised, by a levy upon Savannah, Ga. Leave Hart's Road.................. 9.43 3.42 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 1:25 p m .
other disposition of the case, the judgmentand the real and personal property of the cityas A. O. MACDONELL, Arrive Fernandina...............10.10 12 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:30 p m
sentence, including the costs assessed, assessed, a tax of twelve 'and one-half Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, SJ* Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Callahan daily! at.-......... 2:04 pill }:

the names of all witnesses sworn on the trial, (121)) mills on the dollars, as follows: Fernandina, Fla. SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Wavcross daily at.......... 3:50 p m t

and all other proceedings had by and before For current expenses..................1 per cent. D. E. MAXWELL, Leave Jacksonville... .................. 9.10 a. m. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 p m
him in each case, and he shall sign his For past due Bonds....................21 mills. General Superintendent, Arrive Fernandina....................10.33 a. in. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p m

name threto, after rendering judgment.SEC. SEC. 2. That the one ((1)) per cent of the Fnrnandina, Fla.RAILROADS. Leave Fernandina...................... 4.00 p.m. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa
2. Whenever any fine or costs shall tax above assessed for current expenses Arrive Jacksonville.................... 5.25p.m. vannah. This train stops at all local stations -
l he imposed convicted of may between Jacksonville and Savannah.
on any person any .f!
be paid in scrip or cash but that the
; remainder -
offense, the Mayor shall commit the accused
of the tax, or the two and one-half I
to the of the Marshal .
custody with orders to ((21)) mills of the tax thus assessed, shall be CONNECTIONS.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m
collect the said 1 fine and costs: and turn said :",
in cash bonds : Arrive Jacksonville
paid or at daily at..12:00
coupons. m
tines and costs over to the Mayor, and if the Passed first reading December 3, 1884. '. FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Callahan daily at.......... 3:10 p m !
aid fines and costs arc not paid immediately Passed second reading December 3, 1884. r'':, '< With New York and Fernandina Steam- Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m I

to coinmjttlie prisoner to the city jail, Adopted December 3, 1884. -!': ,:; ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive! at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m
there to be until 'f ;
imprisoned said fine and G. F. AVERY, President. ', for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Savannah daily! at......... 8:17 m
costs shall be paid ;|provided. that such im- __ I ..... I With Sea. Island Route from and to Savan- p
Attest : ;> Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:45 a m
prisonment shall I ilot exceed one day for E. 0. FRIEND, Clerk, JJJ ,::<. :. nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrivean\'asbington.D.C., daily-ll:00: p m

each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine Approved. : : : :::f;' ':,. CALLAHAN.To Arrive at New.York daily at......... 6:40 a In

and costs. persons] W. II. POPE, Mayor. ...,. : '..", ,, (/;,..,, 5- .5- and from Savannah and Charleston, Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars. ,a.
:SEC. 3. All : '\ "
imprisoned in the :, :. -at-: :-; \,0--" ". and all points North and West, daily.AT Jacksonville to New York without change. '
city jail under sentence of the Mayor's : r',"/ '::. -:.. : '
Passengers for Brunswick take this train. :
Court, or for failure; to pay a fine and costs, R. A U-STZr-w ,. ; ., HA WTHOR."iE.To ,
} 'c and from Palatka JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. .?
daily except Sunday.AT
may be employed)'direction of the Mayor, } Leave Jacksonville! daily at........... 5:35 p m
at labor upon the streets; or public works of MANUFACTURER : it'> WILDWOOD.
OF : Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m "
the and all With Line to and from Brooksvilleand
city, per$imprisoned for non- ; Stage Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:30 pm.;
payment of fines find costs shall receive a Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND .!, ;; Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p m

credit at the rate of;one dollar per day, with ,.,. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Jesup daily at................10:55: p m if
subsistence, for such labor, which shall be DEALER IN ,t .. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Macon daily! at............... 7:50 In f
credited on the amount of fine and costs '" : West and Havana, every Saturday; for New Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:15 a m

charged against them. .: 5' Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via

and SEC.supervision 4. :The Marshal of the, Mayor under,the shall direction have 1ALOJ I OriCDandC00; B K ST T OAS _:>' :" 7',,-r every Havana Saturday.every Friday : from New Orleans Cars Waycross.via Jesup and, Jacksonville Pullman Palace to Cincinnati.Sleeping

charge and control of the and of all ,
city jail With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Connections at Atlanta with Western and ,
Prisoners confined therein, and shall be responsible for and from Key West, Monday and Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia and f

safe keeping and propercare. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Mon Georgia Railroads for all points West and
AH persons arrested by the Police of day and Friday. Northwest. :1):
this city f ,
any or '
out it For information respecting routes, rates, EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.
a warrunt. shall be deliv-
ered by the officer making immediately the arrest to the r etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Leave Jacksonville daily at........v 8:50 pm'
Marshal at the jail, together with the TIME CARll dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:00 a m
rant war- OF THE sonville. Arrive at Callahan daily at......_... 9:41 p m
or statement of the cause of arrest, and ..
such shall thereupon be held in FLORIDA RAILWAY &SAYIGATIOX COMPANY. Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10 a m I
person by custody FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m '
Marshal to the further
order of the May or. subject s In Effect January 25th, 1885. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50 p m
CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at DuPont at..11:00
SEC. 5. The Marshal shall keep a recordof daily pm
all prisoners confined in the city jail'ing I' TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a m
\ Arrive at Albany daily at-...........10:30 a m
the date of their commitment and (FERNAIfDINA CEDAR KEY. ;
TO )
WESTWAED.No. Arrive at :Montgomery daily at...... 7:48
discharge 11 No. 3. p m
by what and for what
cause, and shall authority to the Ah (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Day Pass. Night Pass. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m I I,

Mayor a list of all report every received morning him GOING SOUTH.Day Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30am 3.55pm Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:05 a m
prisoners by
during the preceding twenty-four hours. Pas. M Pa Arrive Baldwin .....,...... 8.11 am 4.39pm Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:05: a m I:
SEC A.M. P.M. Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43 Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:40 p m
C. All Ordinances of Ordi- Of the Latest and Most Leave pm
or parts Approved Patterns.
Leave Fernandina..............10.25 5.30 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- :
nances connecting with the provisions of Lake City......... 9.47am 6.40pm
Leave Hart's Road
this Ordinance Junction..10.50 6.10 LiveOak............10.31am ville to Louisville via Thomasville. '
hereby repealed. Arrive Callahan...................11.42 7.43pm
COOKIXG UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS 7.15 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack- ;
First Madison ............11.57am
rcadin December 9.15pm
9,1884. Leave Callahan....................11.52 7.40 sonville to Washington D. C. Pullman ;
Second Monticello ........12.40 .
reading December 9, 1884. Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 8.20P. p m Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan- .
Passed ...... 2.27
its third reading and adopted De- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, Arrive Tallahassee p m
cember )[ Leave Tallahassee......._ 12.00 n't nah. Connections at Montgomery with \
9.1854.G. 2.32pm
Leave Branch.........
Brandy 12.38 8.38 Louisville and :Nashville Railroad for :Sew
............. 3.34 1.22 :
Attest F. A AVERY President of Council. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Arrive Baldwin....................12.55 9.05 Arrive Quincy Chatta. River... 4.50 p m am Orleans and Texas points and the West and ;i
: Leave Baldwin..................... 1.00 10.00 p m Northwest. At Savannah with Central '
EMIL 0. FRIEND, Clerk. Leave Maxville..................... 1.30 10.30 EASTWARD.No. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Approved : DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Leave Highland..................... 1.48 10.51 No. 4. :Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -

_ W. H. POPE. Leave Lawtey.....................- 2.02 11.12 Day Pass. Night Pass. for all points North, with steamships
Leave Temple's...................... 2.18 11.35 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 a m for New York Philadelphia Boston and
W. K. 15VUKMGI1T, AND IRON ROOFS PUT (]N. Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.45 Quincy -...........12.20 p In 2.07 a m Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
TIN Arrive Tallahassee-. ...... 1.27pm 3.36pm
AGENT, for Tin Gutters promptly filled. A.M. :New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Wind Mills for pumping water or running Leave Thurston..................- 2.54 12.05 Leave Tallahassee ......- 1.34 p in 3.48 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL light machinery promptly erected on order. Arrive Waldo....................... 3.14 12.35 Monticello.......... 2.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage
BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, Church, Factory and School Bells for sale Leave Waldo......................... 3.25 1.15 Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
ANDDealer at a bargain.ar Leave Gainesville.................. 4.05 2.20 Live Oak...._...... 5.39pm 8.33am. and sections secured at Company's office in
; Stoves at Wholesale Prices. Leave Arredondo................... 4.23 2.45; Lake City......... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot -
in Ice All goods delivered at the various trans- Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.34 2.58 Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01 pm 11.26 am Ticket Office and on board People'js
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY portation stations within the city free of Leave Archer....................... 4.51 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31 a m Line Steamers H. B. PLaNT CHATTAHOOCUEE
charge. All sales for cash. Leave Bronson............-......... 5.21 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50pm 12.16pm and JENNIE L, NE.
BROOM STREET WHARF, Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.00 5.05 Trains. and 2 daily; Trains 3'' and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR,
91-tf CORNER BROOMS AND SECOND STS.. Leave Rosewood..................-6.33 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent.A. I

FERNANDINA, FLA. Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. Arrive Cedar Key.................._ 7.03 6.35 will run Mondays. M. IVES, Aent.i .


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I ii .>:.: __ THE FLORIDA ,MIRROR : FEBRUARY 14, 1885. .

THE FLORIDA MIRROR. I night, of which, fact the burglars, evidentlywere t Range of Thermometer jr. ,c T. Kydd : '.' :t:' -;:;.. : :: ,>'.. .- -..::::

aware. Have just received 2,000 yards. Hamburg :,.: ;1'i's' it
AT )00. 3L"..
After ; Edgings. and Inscrtings, bought 25 cent: .
they got through with Mr. Knot's per .
,fl.OO YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX .3fO. TILSReflcctlort.c. .3r. 12 M. 3 P.\{. Ci..:;\r. Wr p. I- J,t1" ;: '" '''
; manufacturers which
safe they went to the store of JMr. Stark, but Saturday, Feb. 7......4S G4 65 Gl S. W. below : prices, they ._ .? :
Sunday, 8......49 65 G5 W.S.. W. offer at astonishingly low prices. Call t' and -'.-" .
they probably were frightened off by the Monday, 9......47 64 C5 6.V N. E. see them. ; "-' :-w,. ,'.' .-., >',"
barking of Charley's blood-hound. "Fitz." 'J'uesda10.....48 66 67 GO W.Wednesday i -
'Public School No. 1 was closed last Tues- ," 11..JU 4S LO 47 !\. W. Ilollaudish lle,>)'ll {1. t t tI
But they left a sledge hammer\ and cold Thursday, 12. ..46 I).') CS 60 N. E.
day, Fridll'13. ............ \Nrf uu\ 58 X. E.IV Just. arrived'at; J.tc'oBKLARER's; ,
chisel behind them. The ratchet drill found ., Two
Cor. Sixth and Ash sts.
Mrs. Charles II. Berg and F. W. Marshallleft Millions
in Huot's store the morning after the JIA..JI..YE. I
for New Orleans last night.
burglary'and the hammer and< chissel foundin -' [ Atlantic l\ivllton. of
The )! nitnr" and .,Port of Fernandina. acres cf Farming
Iron Clad" Ora
( stoves
Mr. Stark's yard, and which evidently Mrs. :Sweeney: would be pleased to see her nee
t are for sale at FredV.. Hoyt & Co's. had been i instrumental! in, opening Mr. HIGH: WATER. friends anil the old p.itrons of the Idle Timber and Grazing Lands'
Saturday, February 14..... 1:38:: A. 3r. 8:43: r. M. Hour," at the Atlantic Pavilion, Amelia
A Valentine German, for the. young peo Huot's safe, were stolen from .Godfrey's Sunday, 15..... 8:18" 9:23 she on I situated in 29 Counties
Beach, where is established.
Monday 16...... 8:5.3" .to:03 now .
pIt, was given: at the residence: of Miss Hattie blacksmith shop. Tuesday 17..... 9:1'3": 10:02 comprising the lands
No clue to the thieves has been obtainedto lS..10:18. 10-12" bought
x Baltzell, last night Wednesday.
Thursday, ll......10:5'J: ". 11:25" Last Notice to Tax-Payers. by Sir Edward J. Reed
:Major B. S. Ilenning, President of the time. Friday, ". 2J..11:4J. 0x: ) I will be ,at my ollice on Second.trl''t, the State from

lorida. Railway & Navigation Company, ENTFJ ED.Steampacket tear of Prescott's shoe start daily duringFebruary of Florida in 1831
was: in .the citY'Jhis week Mrs. Grundy Says: Thomas Co'lyer.. Dennctte, from from 0 a. mi to :'I p, in., for the are no\v offered at
That the ".O/fyer" reports being hailed bya Brunswick daily with freight: and passengers purpose of receiving he I State and county I O'radedI

Mr. E. W. Nix, at the post-office, has been I'irat.i'astt'aIlIer in Cumberland river, Steamship; State to F. W.of Tcxns.Simmons John, agent.Fcb" Risk. for taxes for 1884. Property which the taxes'' prices. These lands were se-

appointed agent for the sale of the ..,Acme Sunday ; New York; freight and passengers. by remain unpaid on larch 1.t will he adver I lected by Hon. Hugh A.
\ R. W. Southwick.:, ajjent. tised.. \\r. F. SCOTT, Corley -
Eye Glasses. See his advertisement else That the piratical crew make a great display 8-Steamship City of PaiUuka{ Vogel from Col lector Revenue :Nassau County. late Commissioner
where. of firearms, but seemed to be lacking I'alatka; freight and passengers, to. Fernandina, January 31, 1885. the
W. O. Jeffreys, agent. State Land Office
Major George II. Fairbanks, editor of the discipline ; Steamship City of Monticcllo. McKee, and Mr

Mirror, accompanied by his daughter, Miss That the !same" craft. landed some wild from, to Chj\rl/W. O.-
Era L., left; with the Press Association forN'C looking, heavily-armed and several heavily-' Steamship City of Montieello, McKee, I am now ready.to nx'pitIll' city taxes I sale of State lands which
from of 18.1..11l he"foullel at office, next fact
Pi1fltkfrelgQt and passengers, my I
\\' Orleans on Thursday: last loaded men near; Broome street, later in the to W. O. JeH'reys! agent. door to Cu tllm.HOII;:).from, i 9 a. m. to 4 p. is a guaranty of their

: )Ir. Jacob T. 'Goodbread, of Coneville 1 is day.That Steam-packet Mary Jtorgan, Truitt' from m every day; except Sunday, until March hio'!>

to he t,nlgratulated on having obtained so hunting and fishing near HighPoint Savannah. W. Simmons; freight, agent.1 and'' passengers: toF. 4th, 1SS5, aftttr which time the books will be I quality. The purchase' known
Steam-packet :Mary Morgan, Truitt, from closed and all property that the taxes are I the Reed Purchase
has not proved successful this season. as
'; f.-timable a help-meet as Miss, Lottie Col on Savannuli; freight and passengers, to not paid on at that dale will be advertised, was onh't
:'I: : I for a': future of connubial bli i s. May they That S. J. Dent was taken seriously ill F. \\'. Simmons 'ent. as provided bj7 statute. ', t opened for sale this year, and
Steam-packet Morgan,Truitt, from .
while Cumberland Isle Mary C. J. \rI"T
Sunday visiting ; EIW.
live and be I
r -, long prosper happy. Savannah; freight and passengers, to the ]lands have not been
Tax Collector of Fernandina il culled
City Fla.
"" r .' That but for the prompt; curative treatment F. W. Simmons, agent.- ,
: t }ref$ W. HoytA Co. display a large line received, his would have'been Schooner Hunter, S. C., Whitter, from I or picked over. No has
: of U-ailitSful Nassau ballast; to master. part
z, ; chamber suits. ; Special BargainsIn
I ", ;: : doubtful. ]Schooner Mary E. Morris Smith, from I been reserved in
'r1IeIJ., S. schooner Ready, 0(. the HydrograhicLSurvey New York;jetty rock, to Lara & Koss.CLEARED. Towels" Doylies and Turkey Red Damask any manner,
That Marion Stark was bitten on the '
at J. & T. KYDD'S.Blanltets and the whole is for
W i : Department U.S. A., is in cheek by a crustacean several days since ; ..,..-..-......... I open sale
> Steam-Packet Thomas Oliver, Dennctto, for
: port. :The Reaily is commander! by Lieutciuntjllrainard That the density of aforesaid cheek pre- Brunswick daily,: with freight: and aiwl Comforts, I Special prices on large tracts.

1ii l ; ; formerly of the Drift; The vented disastrous results. Feb. Steamship passengers State, bv }of'. W.Texas:Simmons John, agent lUsk, Below cost, AT PAUL FUXKE'S.i Timber lands, virgin forests in

'I:,1 : I.ead:1nIl go to the ,St. Johns river in a few That between High Point, Cumberland, from New York; freight and passengers bodies of and .
J 1 days. ; to j:.. W. Southwick agent. i Sale. \ 50,000 acres up.I
I J and low point of fever Robert.
a Schuylcr Steamship City of Monticcllo, McKec, J
wards. Lands sold
tI ) The steamship Mate of Texas left yesterday realizes that there may be; many vicis.,i- for 1'alatk-a ; by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. A very good Organ, whose catalogue(> priceis I for cash,
t Steamship City of l.tll'tktt, Vogel, fork $105, will be sold at !>v>. i f time.
41 :. :. morning I for New York with the following tudes. -f Charleston1)3 '\r.O. Jeffrevs, airent. Also, a $60 Sewing Machine at $40. i E EI or on long

: cargo: '|803 bales (cotton, 000 logs( cedar, ..500l&xes That we wish to metaphorically pit; our* Steamship City Monticello: McKee MIM. MAUY .GODFREY.. 1.I The and
', for Charleston; freight; and 'ssengcrs I"1 Floridi i Lanft Mor\gage\ Co,
-E i r. L oranges; 58 barrel cotton seed oil, 'GoI 'street. connnittce on-: "the back:. 'for late- by W. 0. Jeiftvys, agent. J / .J F ," I

barrels:|syrup, 1C packages hides, 47 packages.merchandise. street improvements. Steam-packet Savannah; Mary freight Morgan and passengers, Tmitt.,for by Private Hoard, ; .(LIl\lTED, ) JACKSO11IWILE, f0aJa.

.., x That four, months .of .public schooling, I". W. Simmons, agent. At the Brick Cottage; on Seventh street. / .,
I ,MrJ). C. against ('j ht'months of, none' during the Steam-packet Florid, Amazeen, Jacksonville near Egmorit; Hotel. > ""
Dawkins of
'fI .It Secretary ; freight and passengers, by. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor
a Florida of the order of Free Masons, has year, is not a very rapid. method of educating F. W. Simmons, agent.; without. bonrd. Transient boarders will .
.:: ; Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, for ,; : .
ry'fi 1 ... .assumed? l editorial control of the Masonic our children ;j' Savannah; freight and passengers, by be accommodated. .%.* "

! rr I)el,art treat of Jacksonville Dally That its'. E. G. Chandler has fortunately;' ". F. W. Simmons, agent. Mae. T. P. G. THOMPSON. I ,.
t.he. .Steam-packet :Mary Morgan, Truitt, from Fernandina, Fla., January, 10. 1885. ." :i' .
I ; f. .
lJ it; : Herald:: Mr. Dawkins is perhaps the best for the good c.ftlm, titj';"consented to'cpn-;: Savannah; freight and passengers, to : 7. .1",; .z. > .

ti :f1 ,\ ptte4 Juan on M osgnry ill the State. tinue! his: &&ehpol as' a'private i means of:sep'l.u-: 7-Brig F. W.Our Simmons Annie, ,Emoiitl agent. from Buenos -----

5tI! cation ; .. -. ; Ayres: ; lumber hy J. C. Head. .
( ,t "Notwithstanding the venomous attacks of -'I Schooner Nellie F. Sawyer, Arc)', from .
of the ; ,
'That it is believed the patrons pub Cardenas lumber by martei. ''
i : J the 1'iliCS'-Uaiort, upon the Florida Railway ; .
lie school will acknowledge the advantageth : Schooner David Faust, Grecnley Smith; ; '
i ,. & Navigation Company, the officers of thelatter from Trinidad;lumber, by I.. A. Davis.
usr offered by giving hi m a liberal: support\ ; '' : THE NEWPORT OF THE- SOUTH.'
: .1-
lire importuned by attaches of that -- Letters ., ;;<.. ,
Lit of
; ,i: That we trust the proposed school building ; :
I, 5 r .. :'." )paper for gratuitous passes over its system will oe arranged for a graded school and Remaining in the -Post-OfiTice at Fernanilina -: T

S.''f-/; .- ., JIl.-'ft'i3 gall" for you. Nassau;: county, Florida! February : : EGMONT
become the of the
l'i I pride city ; 14th, IRS:). Persuas: culling for these letters. : <{IIHE HOY.EU
tli" : "The 'lustre band
'f;." It 11 :. crockery in the new That a fine building and well conducted must ?: y they ere advt'rti:-eI1 : :

,: "a, ll:1pSl1t Hoyt & Co's. school would do more towards attracting Ken ct, Joh li, W BI I lfi1ps j \\'n\ ; ,.;':

t" 1.: The Mirror last week stated that the time people to locate, :here than'..anything ehe Cambill, -. Flmvers. AinoqsFracr r
Bella Gutlson Anna
Gi.OXtiGE UELLOX, lJrou'ictor,
r ... fur the closing of the 'tax books had been 'could, possibly do; Hartlre, Gatre IIig:ins. has -'.,; : .

t'1;t 11t.1 ;: i extended to the 1st of April. This was an That about the first question q asked I bt-' Hason. Bet.tHicks'' Tomas -t.!.

( \ -l ;f error 'tale| lax Shoals ..will be' closed by the l ;: .strangers'l looking over the town is, "What Hyman, Julia Jong.MinnieLang
Ii' t Frank Tjconanl); John
;! J ..,8":' :";'''t1stuf .March, :as-stated. jn the, advertisementfoft hind of schools have )'ou1 ".; Mason, Charles Mann,1; \Fannie
i1tr 1 .::;
I' i i filial seitlementofihe lle'ctorwasextended- ;the question' by taking them around a rear Poisicr: Alfred Robinson, Alijaner II :
Rickarson, M. R Ilanzeton
'r, .
i -i to the time mentioned; tray and showing the colored school building; Stephens, Bessie i Stetvart.MrsJSmith

i i iE" On Thursday evening quite a pleasant;i That we are quite certain lie would not Bella Stappeln.Henry '- ,

: h.i iisii 1':; :; { atth e.ring: took place nt. Old. Town in, the"sliajcofa ,point out the tumble-down shanty now Stan Smith., John R M F Simons.Small, -Xe Johnie l I.r'

; hop, in which large a number of used( for the public white school. Sherman, James L Warhirtnnir.? Jack

j: ij ; ; the young ladies and gentlemen of New That there are several persons about town White. Josephine:: WilsonW W

,. t.t j Tf wn participated. Although the evening who think they can spot the Hunt burglar ; West, LonzorTilkersnn.. M E
r .;. ; was unfavorable: with a cold, drizzling rain That there is evidently a lo't of detective

.; 1.j outside: y((t within, all was 'warmth and ability going to waste here ; St. Peter's Church.

far, .; .: gayety. The dancing continued, until quite That it might be well for our authoritiesto Rev. 0. 1'. THACKAKA, Rector. ,

;iiI ;r. a lit;,, 'hourrand was.much enjoyed_ by all invest them with }power to ferret out such SUNDAY SEKVICEL :

cases: without pay, merely for the glory of Morningvith Sermon, 100: a: m. Eve

mlr, : +. :, The lloll! of Honor. the thing ; niii}?, with Sermon."7 p. m. Sunday School
j H At. the closing: of Public School No. 1 thefollowing That it is not expected( that our police at o p. in. LENTEN REUVTCUs: .

: it : i: prize, were awarded by the {principal would: notice such-little incidents-they are Morning Prayer, Litany, Wednesday and ; # .

rt)jt ': ; HeE.. G. Chandler: Augustus O.Itl' kept too busy driving cows off the street. Friday, .7:;j'O( a. um. Evening Prayer, daily.

; ;-[i' t H ..l\rac'DI1l'lI, Jr., for making the best average That when Louis takes a mail bag;: in except Saturday, 4:30 p. in. .. t ?*
Itl'; I'It>t l": in his recitations, received a gold 1 medal tow through the po=t-oflice hall W-w- First Sunday in every mouth, 10:30 a. m.; OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK,

f'.t ::. : Wallace Maxwell, for being second, received"Longfellow's white folks bet-bet-better git-gitten ; third Sunday in every mouth, 7 a.im.; Dur- .
r Poems Frank 1 Maxwell ing Lent, eVerj' Sunday except first Snnday FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
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;l :r being; third, received Macanlay's Poems; That we fear we may have occasion to 7:30 a. m.NoTEThe time is Standard.

h-t.): ? ; Dozier. Heidt, for making the best average chronicle this season the old scandal of The scats in this Church are free. at all .
',; among the girls, received "Tftnnyson's. "winter lingering in the lap of spring." services. '
Poems and Laura Suydam, for -- -.--- -, ', .
being. _. .'
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Blankets !
Blanlcets }
Z-1 : : second, received *'Tennyson's Poems." : :
Hotel Arrivals. : ;
Egmont ; :
of LJW will
;' Mode Bros., Leaders prices "
l\i"' John-L L Ramsey, Mrs Win. Wood, Hiss during the coining week, close out their entire
!I'i. Uurglars at Worlc.IIUOT'S S A Wood William \V Page Philadelphia; stock of White. Grey and Brown

JI; Ii t John F Wilson, J Wheeler, James' M Blankets at prices that will make our com- ... .' '. .
: a f SAFE FOBBED OF ITS YALtABLr.s-TlIE, Sandford and wife, Warren Leland and petitors howl, i in' order to make room for \

l1, h tut f\'j;! 15UKGLARS ESCAPE. wife, E A Herbert, Thos E Bnrke.: New Spring and Summer Stoke MODE BKOS. :"GET' .: OUR PRICES:

l i ''I.l t Tle;store of"3Ir. C. II. Huot was broken York city : BM- Dcsenberg:: and son, Kala- .
i; mazoo, "Mich ; Samuel Hawley and wife, School Xotlce. ,"
ij into by burglars on Thursday night and Media Pa ; James C Rea, Pittshurg, Pa;
At the solicitation of some citizens I shall
m d I about $150 and two gold wat.cI l>g.lbstractcd Chas Maguire;Joseph Lister ;and wife, Q'le- -FOR -
10th. for
: on February a privateschool
t i ti,t': : from the safe. So far no clue has beeu.ob-, bec, Can ; Rev Hugh Johnson, Toronto, open boys and girls in the public; schoolhouse.E. .

.i i I I i: tainedito: the burglars. From the evidences Can ; J II McKinney, J B Carson, Mrs Carson G, CUAXDLER. .. +-'--'-!--+ dt'i'i -
Mrs Medril. Chas: II Bohn, Chicago ; IiSASll
{ -i-i adduced since evidently two attempts were G II Fleming Jacksonville ; Captain :M P Overcoats and Winter Clothing i

r : ina-le to enter the building.i One party gotover .Usina, Charleston, S C ; Major B Kenning, At cost AT PAUL FUXKE'S.; .
:1: i i : the awning into the second story, B E Hall, J W Andrews, i.' L Jacob, New BLINDS DOORSJ1
York; C P Goodyear, Brunswick, Ga ;
I from which .a stairway leads to.the back entrance Joseph Shepard, St Marys, Ga; N C Corbin Mattings' Matttngs !

'I I 'to the store. Here a small hole' had and wife Jacksonville ; J II Hungate and A great bargain in Fancy Mattings, 15 _>.>+ J J;
wife Mrs Lizzie Tuttle and daughter: Chicago cents a yard, at J. & T. KYDDS. ,
;j' ; been made in the wall, but before this was : 1/
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;t' to admit anybody the other III ; A F Clmrchill, Savannah, Ga|; -+ + -'-!--'-!- -+ ++Of-I-
t large: enough F It Brainard. W G Forde, U S C S schooner Valuable Orange Lands for ,Sale.
: t' party had pried open the heavy shutters of Rcndii; W E Christian, Virginia; It JRave- Tracts containing twenty acres each of

1 I:, one tf the wimlows, the north end, and nel, Charleston, S C: Edmund M Talcoft, choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
through' this the' entrance was effected. Washington:: D C ; Albert Wistaer and wife, suitable for orange growing and truck farm
Bridgeport: Conn ; Thos: M Carnegie, MissJ off reek for sale. These landsare
I: Nothing in the store was touched, but the ing, are now
M Coleman, Dungeness ; E E Green, Savannah '\conveniently, situated for transportation -
safe which: is only small one, was found .
: Ga.Parasols ,'by water or rail, and will be sold on
'-. broken open by )[r. Pratt Thompson on terms to snit purchasers. Titles are unques RECEIVEDVr .
l l i Thursday morning. The valuables were ] Parasols, Parasols! tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS
but the papers, notes, drafts, etc,, large
1: gone
Mode Bros., The Leaders of Low February: 1G, 1882, Fernandina. Fla. .
''J were strewn over the floor.' A ratchet drill

:J;. had.been: tried, but ''found too slow, when Prices Novelties

.' ':11 the burglars knocked off the knob of the have above just goods received for the their Spring first;shipment and. Summer of the In Shawls, Nubias and Jerseys AT PAUL, FUSKE'S.No FRIED W 0 &Ji; (fJ@09

w.: combination lock, with a cold chissel drove ,trade in Silks, Satins, Regenia Alapaca and ..
4 of the lock and the Gingham Parasols, 'which, for style,
'J in the, .tumblers contents Special,Day.for Bargains .
t and be excelled.Be .
variety low prices, cannot
.' of the safe were at their disposal. sure and call early,. while our'stock is At J. & T. KYDD'S,'but you can gel. them. SECOXD STREET, ABOVE CENTRE,
:, Fortunately for :Mr. Hunt be keeps very complete MODE BEOS. every day.. .

little money} his safe, so but a comparatively Clam Chowder ;. I

t ,. small amount.was obtained. Fruit of the Loom 4-4 at 81 cents, cash This evening, at '

; Nobody sleeps in \!r. Huot's building at Only Monday, at MODE BEOS'.' .* tf.' '\ .J. .FItED. LOHMAX'S.-, F' :m JR. JXf A J\T: D :I: .A. .

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