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: January 20, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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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>.
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STATE NEWS. Climax extension of the Savannah, Florida WASHINGTON; adage: "It never rains but it pours !1" Withan TALLAHASSEE.THE

& Western will also be completed by that I immigration such as we have never
Bradford.The time. Telegraphic wires will soon be fin- REVENUE known, permeating the remotest corners of NEW LINK: BETWEEN FLORIDA' AND GEOR-
preparatory work on the brickyardis ished along the entire line ; they are up SLEIGHING: CARNIVAL our State, thousands of busy hands fellingour GIA-STEPS WHERE TOWARDS ITS CONSTRUCTION
almost completed. The from Pensacola to Lake DeFuniak ; manyof To the Editor of the Mirror: forests, draining our swamps, and caus- ASKED AND CONDITIONS ARIOCS -

been ordered from a first-class manufac- the poles are up between here and Chat- WASHINGTON, January 13, 1883. ing the wilderness to blossom as the rose ; BILLS-WORK FOR COM

turer in Ohio, and upon its arrival the workof tahochee ; the wire is already here.-Mart- Congress has now been in session thirty- with rival railroads contending for every MITTEES-CAPITOL CURI-

making bricks will commence. The kiln anna Courier. five days, and has forty-three days, not section of our broad domain, and enterprising OSITIES-BALL NEW HOTEL.AT THE

ground is fifty feet long, with a capacity of CHATTAHOOCHEE, COLUMBUS FLORIDA counting Sundays, remaining. The appro- steamboat men navigating every creek, TALLAHASSEE, FLA., Jan. 11.-As you have

350,000. There are ten drying sheds finished RAILRoAD.-Many of our readers recollect priation bills will consume much of the remaining we have now to add the appearance beforeour many readers in Thomasville Ga., and in

holding 10,000 each. The clay of fine qualityis that about ten years since the people of Tal- time, and the tariff and revenue Legislature of two corporations seeking this city, as well as along the entire route to

being dug from long pits, and the whole lahassee and vicinity became a good deal bills will not be passed without lengthy powers to construct "canals" from the be traversed by the proposed railroad be-

yard is laid out with mathematical correct- interested in a road for which Col. Bruton debate. Before the end of" the next Ocean to the Gulf. tween these points, some of the main features -

? ness, and all the work, which has been done with others obtained a Georgia charter to week the Senate and House will have I had but just read the interesting letterof of the bill granting aid for the con-

with wonderful rapidity. betokens the skill- Columbusand separate revenue bills under cpnsideralion. your correspondent .' A.C. "of St. struction
run north from Bainbridge, by Marys, of the line may not be uninterest-
ful hand and head of Colonel MacWilliams, south from Bainbridge to Tallahasseeand It will require energy, tact, vigilance.and, I Ga., in your issue of the 13th, when my at-

who, with an electric energy, inspires his the Gulf. An organization was formed might say, genius and stoicism'to'secure the tention was drawn to an article in the Savannah ing.After mentioning the name of the corpora-

assistants with lu's own enthusiasm. He is here, of which Col. Scott was an active passage of a measure reducing the revenue. News of the same date; and I con- tors and the title of the road, the bill goes

the first man who has made first-class brickon member, to cooperate with the Georgia Indeed, it is difficult to see how so many fess to the hope (born of conviction, that on to relate that they have obtained a character -
the line of the Transit Railroad, and deserves under the general incorporation act of
he has company, and a survey was made from "clenched antagonisms" can be reconciled by so doing the best interests of the State the State of Florida to build, maintain and

all the success and reputation Bainbridge to this place. North of Bain- but Congress realizes that the demand for will be served), that our Legislature will be operate a railroad from a point on the line

so well earned.-A new postoffice, to be bridge the road was actually graded some the reduction of taxation is peremptory, and slow to donate any of its lands for such a between the State of Florida and Georgia be-
called Hampton, has been established one taxes and the tariff will be reduced fore-doomed tween Tallahassee and Thomasville, throughthe
or fifty miles when the financial crashof spiteof undertaking as a ship canal,
forty counties of Leon Waknlla and Franklin
Fe stationon
and half miles south of Santa
a 1873 put a stop to the work. Lately the most formidable protesting lobby that costing from thirty to fifty millions, and, to a point at or near James Island in
the Transit Road. Prof. W. B. Young, there has been a reorganization of the ever besieged the Capitol. The total reduc- therefore, (it is to be presumed,) requiringthe Franklin, on the Gulf of Mexico, a distanceof

we learn, is the postmaster.-Starke Tele- Georgia company with Mr. S.M.McLendon, tions proposed in the bill reported from the immense subsidies in the shape of land seventy miles.
The bill the
grants right to the
graph. Columbia. of Thomasville, at its head, under the above Finance Committee, and now pending in grants and other privileges.To Thomasville, Tallahassee and Gulf way Railroad

Once more our citizens are called upon to title. The president, manifestly a young the Senate, amount to $79,839,324, of which any practical mind, I have no doubt, Company for two hundred feet through any
has $45,049.000 are to come from the tariff, and the more modest, but also much more eco- lands belonging to the State or school fund
take heart, cheer up and not give up the man of uncommon intelligence, spent ands,
$34,790,324 from internal taxation. All internal nomical scheme of a barge canal" will as-
week in Tallahassee in the interestof
long-deferred hope of hearing the welcome the past Twenty thousand acres of land belonging i
shriek of the whistle of the locomotive thatis the enterprise. Yesterday Senator Sharp, taxes, save those upon tobacco in its suredly, commend itself. The advocates of to the State, or to the internal improvement F

with the beauti- Brevard, introduced a bill in the Senatefor several forms, spirits and beer, are abolished this project, it seems, have been for some fund, not previously granted for any purpose -
to waft us speed through by the bill. Mr. Morrill, who is one of the time unostentatiously at work, and secured or of any other lands that the State-
of of
ful and productive section of our county a charter with a grant 10,000 acres may become possessed of, are granted to said '
most careful students of national finances in theapproval of both the National
lying between this city and Alachua county. land per mile for the portion of the road be- Legisla- company for every mile of road so completed.It .
Congress thinks this as far in ib a of ture at Washington and that of at is that
Our citizens well be proud of this tween Tallahassee and the Georgia line, to way Georgia provided no lands shall be granted
may por- reductions as it would be safe .to1o. He Atlanta, and identified themselves with the until ten miles of the road are constructed,
tion of our county, fruitful in its produc- be granted to the company only when the and then
seventy-five cent. of the landsto
has some apprehensions of another monetary route which would have been adopted by per
tions, yielding abundantly the grain neces- road shall have been completed to this which the road will be entitled shall be-
the work to be done in two crisis, and thinks Congress should\>ajr'heed the Government had this "internal im deeded,and SIn ,n oia..s:..._ TK.nutn :..:.>ptwentyfive
sary to sustain life, and producing one of place, years. provement'1' been it to cent. of said lands to be
to the storm signals which have of late been (as ought have) Q per are
the finest staples of sea island cotton. which The Albany News has this to say of Mr. Mc- national instead of reserved until so much of the said road as
visible in the financial horizon a private undertaking.
always brings a good and remunerative priceto Lendon and his enterprise: lies in either of the sections of said road shall
The estimated the of Besides the vast cost, and possibly insur-
the Our Mr. McLendon is one of the shrewdest surplus by Secretary be constructed. These sections lie between
producer. oranges, peaches, young men in Georgia to-day and adopted the Treasury is $74,719,837, or about $5,000000 ,- mountable engineering difficulties of con- Tallahassee and the Gulf on the south, and
grapes and early vegetables cannot be sur- the Bainbridge, Cuthbert & Columbus Railroad less than the proposed reductions. A struction, there seems to me to be at least Tallahassee and the boundary line of Georgiaon
and their cultivation will receive the North. No land south of latitudetwentyeight
passed, an several
as pet project years ago two serious considerations which should incline
reduction of letter postage to two cents will -
impetus that will in a few years developthe after it had been half finished and abandonedby are to be applicable for the
its original projectors. He and his as- cause a falling-off in the revenue of about us to encourage the promoters of the purposes of this act.
fact that this is if
county equal, not superior -: sociates have put their money in it, and are $8,550,616, estimated, and the pension expenditures "barge" rather than the ship canal." The road is to be broad gauge and the iron
to many others in their production ; shall not be required to weigh more than
evidently now moving toward a consumma- are increasing to such proportionsas First as to our foreign and home traders.
fine forests of pine timber, good water, and tion of their plans and hopes. Whether fifty-six pounds to the lineal yard. No rights 1
to make it uncertain how much can be What conceivable advantage could there be shall be vested in said road unless the build-
the ,
one of the healthiest sections to be found in their plan is to join some of many great
in dragging thousands of vessels freightedwith of the said road is commenced withinsix
railroad syndicates that are now operatingso spared from the Government revenues. It ing
the State is what she can boast of. It is
in the South and West and valuable lives months after the passage of this act, nor-
extensively is, perhaps, quite safe to predict that the from a healthy port on
with pleasure also that we hear of the unless of the before-mentioned sections
appointment -: form an important link in one of their one
the Atlantic coast three hundred
Senate will fully as far as the Finance breezy some
of Major S. Conant to the positionof systems, or whether they intend to go ahead go shall be completed within two years ; and,
general manager.Vhile with and complete their road from Columbus to Committee recommend in the direction of miles through our State to the Gulf coast, as to the other section unless the same shall

I differing Bainbridge, and extend it thence to Tallahassee reductions. In fact, it is probable that that and from thence allowing them to resume be completed within four years from the approval -,
the major in politics, we have always had a ,and probably thence to deep wateron body will beyond the committee in this their interrupted journey to the too often and passage of the act.
high regard for his integrity and executive the Gulf, upon such resources as they go A good bill has been introduced giving
ability, and we feel that under his manage- can themselves command or make available, respect. The bill is not satisfactory to those fatally fever-haunted sections of Louisianaand conductors on railroads authority to eject

ment the Florida Southern will soon be is more than we can say. In either event, a who advocate a liberal cutting down of tariff the Gulf of Mexico, when, by a much from the cars at any point on the route any
fine region of country would be developed, duties and they will make every effort to more economical and easily-managed serviceof person who shall be guilty of disorderly or
I stretching her iron arms out. and uniting us and the road would doubtless profit- immoral conduct, and invests them with the
prove steam tows and combined the
it their ideas of what barges largest
1 in its embrace sister amend so as to embody of police officer to aid if
strong with our cities, able investment. power a summon ,
'I Gainesville and Palatka. Major Conant is Tallahassee Economist. a tariff bill should be. This element seemsto commerce conceivable from the Mississippiand necessary from the passengers. Offending
be stronger in the Senate than in the its 22 contributing States and Territo- persons can also be delivered to the nearest
very kindly remembered by many of the
I. old railroad men who were under him while NEWS NOTES.Krupp's I House: and hence the tariff reformers preferto ries, could be borne from their remotest magistrate law. to be proceeded against accordingto

\ receiver of the Jacksonville, Pensacola &', start tariff legislation in the former body. centres, in unbroken bulk, to shipping, lyingin Various committees have been appointedto

a: Mobile Railroad for the kindly interest he works, at Essen, now employsome The Republicans feel that they must, as a health and safety on our Atlantic coast? examine the Comptroller's and Treasurer's:!

439 steam boilers, 456 steam engines, matter of party policy, meet the popular demand -, But again : as far as the benefit (locally) offices, to investigate the Disston land sale,
took in them dealt
seeing justly by.-Lake to examine McClellan's Digests, etc., and tn
City Reporter. with an aggregate horse power of 18,500; 89 for tariff legislation at this session, to our own citizens is concerned, there can report at their early convenience.The .

Hamilton.As steam hammers, varying in weight from 200 and rather than have such legislation fail be no question, for a moment, that the Committees on the Judiciary in both

an illustration of what Hamilton pounds to 50 tons; 21 rolling mills ; ma- by reason of the determined opposition of means of easy and economical transportation houses are making a very rigid scrutiny of
chines for making tools 1,622; furnaces, for and of all kinds all bills confided to their charge, and the
county lands will do, Mr. Macon Boyd, who the tariff reformers,they will probably make freight produce Senate committe has reported adversely already -
owns a flatwoods place a few miles north of 1,556, of which fourteen are high furnaces ; concessions, in the way of reductions, which would be a thousand-fold greater on a canal to a large number of bills. It is a good

i Jasper, raised 1,200 pounds of cotton, in the 25 locomotives and five propellers, with a they would not assent to if they were, strong traversed by lines steamboats and barges, idea to strangle all unnecessary legislation, ;

I seed, to the acre; long staple cotton at that ; tonnage of about 8,000. Annual production, I enough in Congress to enact such a law as than one in which ocean ships were hurried of which there is generally a redundancy,
tons steel and iron. and the fact that there are usually a num-
300,000 26,000
l and it was not just on one acre that had they prefer. through by impatient and competing ber of bills presented for the repeal of exist-

been highly fertilized, but his entire crop The General Repertory of the French Bureau Now that the civil service bill has passed tug-boats, whose self-interest and duties to ing laws is a fair indication of the haste that

made that average. Hs also gathered 130 I Veritas for 1882 gives for the whole both houses of Congress, and is certain to the ship-owners chartering them for this ex- has attended their passage. The great trouble ,

bushels of potatoes on a little more thana world a total of 48,487 sailing vessels, with a receive the approval of the President, candid pensive service, would preclude the possi- is the to statute enforce books.obedience tothelaws now on

half acre, and his corn made an average of tonnage of nearly fourteen millions. Eng. opinions are being expressed about it. The bility of their attending to the local traffic Bills have been introduced requiring

1C bushels to the acre. Now, Mr. Boyd's land heads the list, and then come in their bill is getting more kicks than compliments. accumulated at the various landings along county Judges to undergo an' examinationfor

place is not the best place in the county, far order America, Norway, Germany, Italy, Republicans regard the measure as one of the route of the canal. Yet this wonderful the purpose of determining their competency ,

from it ; there are thousands of acres of land Russiaand, France, which only takes seventh policy more than principle. In supportingit convenience and cheap transportation, so desirable and also requiring bond from such
well from Justices of the Peace.
of the same quality of his in this county, place. In steam it is England first and the the Republicans were not only obeying in developing the resources of our and officers also, as that all as costs and fees in criminalcases

subject to homestead entry at one dollar I, rest nowhere. Great Britain has 4,317 steamers what was considered the popular will, but State, and coming to the very doors, as it shall hereafter be paid by the State.

per acre. We know another man in this carrying five and a half million tons. they felt that at the same time they were were, of our citizens, would be perfectly com- Another bill p ohibits all county officers r

county who owns a one-horse farm in the Next comes America with 594 ; then France making a good stroke for the party. In the patible and mutually profitable on the line ofa from work speculating has been carved in scrip.out An for abundance some weeks of

flatwoods, whose merchant paid him a few with 414. event of Democratic success in 1884 the law canal worked by steamboat and barges. ahead already, unless the convention bill is

days ago on his last cotton crop over $1,200.If The present season at Nice, according to would serve to keep Republicans in office.It Let us, therefore, hope that the latter pro- passed shortly, and a speedy adjournmentfollows.

any other country is better than this for the London World, is the worst on record. cannot be expected that a bill passed ject, possessing so many greater advantages, As matters look at present, such a

farming, we don't want to see it; this is good The hotels are not half full. The pier is un- under these conditions and circumstances will be approved by the Legislature as, no result present does moment.not appear very probable at the'

enough for us.-Hamilton Times. finished, and the Casino also. The Opera would be by any means perfect. It is ad- doubt, it will commend itself not only to In the grounds around the capitol are to-

House is being pulled down. What with mitted on all hands that the bill is crude, our own people but to all concerned in the be seen two or three specimens of that rare
development of our commerce and trade tree, said to exist only in Gadsden county
RAILROAD NOTES. exorbitant prices and little and who it active
or no amuse- many gave support excuse
and known as the Tmrea Tiuifolica. Its
PESS.COL.ATLArTIC-: RAILROAD.-The ment, the tourist would do well to choose its shortcomings by saying it is but a start whether home or foreign. wood is said to be practicably indestructible.The .

some other winter resort this year. The in the right direction ; that it ,merely blazes Yours respectfully, lamp posts in the grounds are composedof
Pensacola & Atlantic Railroad is nearing streets and C. E. this wood, which is of a pale yellow color,
promenades are unsafe at night, the for other and succeeding Congressesto
completion, and is watched with interest, way Fernandina, Fla., January 16, 1883. with a strong aromatic odor. It is said to be t ta
not only South but all over the North. It and most people carry pistols. Only a few through a trackless and untraveled variety of the spruce. The leaves are small, .
nights ago a gentleman was nearly strangledin forest. What the bill may accomplish depends hard and pointed.A .
will be but
a few weeks before
we can an- SHIP CANAL.A .
front of the Hotel des Anglais,and robbedof largely the President. He is tamed black vulture, which obeys its
nounce its entire completion. All the track upon bill has been introduced into the Legis- owner's whistle, and which follows him likea
and his
has been laid except about eight miles, and $400 watch. really invested with power enough to makeit lature in behalf of a syndicate composed of dog, is another of the curiosities about the

that is just west of us. In ten days, at the The pleasures of freezing are set forth bya :a fair success or a total failure. Ben Butler, of Massachusetts ; Billy Ma- capitol.
Canadian physician, who lately enjoyed For two days we have had the phenomenon hone, of Virginia, and Simon Cameron, of The opening ball of the season at the Leon ;
outside, this will be done. Cars are running and others with whom it is Hotel last brilliant affair.
Pennsylvania, night was quite a
them. His and of fine in Washington and it
from Pensacola within eight miles of us ; tongue then his arms be- sleighing said,Senator Jones is in some way associated, Among those in attendance I observed venerable -
from the Chattahoochee now to this pointwe came stiff, sharp chills ran down his back, is astonishing what a large number of giving the parties about all that Florida has Judges of the Supreme and Circuit
and finally it seemed as though his whole sleighs, many of them elegant structures, to give for the construction of a canal across Courts, distinguished counsellors from various --
have almost trains. The
daily only bar- body had been congealed,causing an almost have appeared on the avenue. To-day there the peninsula. This work would doubtless portions of the State, learned members
rier now is at Chattahoochee ; the bridge at entire cessation of the heart's action. This greatly benefit the commerce of the world, of the Legislature, and the usual complement -
this place, we do not think, will be up under condition of suffering speedily gave place toa was a sleighing carnival on the avenue, and be a proper investment for the world's of budding statesmen. Of course, the
six weeks with good work. The brick grateful warmth, which seemed to suffuse which! although a very impromptu affair, capital. But so far as Florida is concerned fair ladies of Tallahassee were present in all
the system and cause an exhilarating glow. was quite successful in grotesque and comic her interest is in the Raiford Barge Canal, the splendor of their charms, and the scene
piers have just about been completed, and He was driving, and by this time had between New Orleans and Fernandina.skirt- was really attractive. It was a good send-on"
effects. Three offered to the
Messrs. Putnam & Tobias are pushing the reached a house, but he went on, thinkingthat prizes were ing along the whole line of the Florida for the new hotel.Afternoon .
creosoted piling. The trestle work on the nothing was now to be feared. The three turnouts presenting the most striking coast from Pensacola to the Snwanee, and sessions were held }in both
sleigh appeared to him to glide through the tableaux. Hundreds of sleighs appeared, thence to its eastern terminus at deep wateron houses. The Senate resumed the discussion
eastern approach is almost completedonlya air with great swiftness, and the horses flew each filled with masked groups, and the the .A.t1antic.-Tallahassee Economist.A of the convention bill. Numerous amend-
few more bents. On the western approach like birds. A sense of exaltation filled him. ments were proposed and warmly discussed.

twenty or thirty bents are to be erected now. and he urged the beasts to greater speed, avenue was lined with as many as twenty Portland revivalist is by business an I Nearly the entire morning session was con-
The The woods on each side of the road were thousand spectators. sumed in the debate, which will be contin-
iron bridge has been made in Louisville, passed so quickly that they became indis- auctioneer. He is quoted as exclaiming in ued this afternoon.

and we learn it will soon be at Chattahoochee tinguishable black lines. Then the jingleof BARGE OR SHIP C.INALWIIIOH the midst of a fervid exhortation to sin- ., The papers in the contested seat in the Senate -

; as soon as it arrives work on putting the bells sounded further and further SHALL IT BE ? ners "Twenty-nine I've got; thirty, shallI from Monroe county, Pendleton.'Allen -

it up will be commenced. We think we can away until they passed out of hearing in the To the Editor of the Mirror: have 'em? Bless the Lord Twentynineare were referred to the proper committeethis
distance. He fell gradually into a delicious morning. This is the only contest in
safely say that in six weeks, with favorable slumber, which came near being the sleapof Surely, in' our favored State, we are just saved; who will come next? Shall I that body. The weather is clear and delightful.

weather, trains will be running over; the death. now experiencing the truth of the old have thirty?" .-W.: IT. B. in Savannah News. :



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J't) ,. ," .. .' A PRA YER. o'clock we were summoned to the dinner \ Even when the 'Oh, please don't!l' I cried, starting up feeling and brilliancy, and then, at my request -
;?; ., it that the events of the horrors of dream back to
,1 table.I my came sang a couple of ballads. Her voice ,
,. d Rt ;; 1882-1883. was presented to :Mrs. Headley, a charming I dreams, my state was was sweet and well trained-altogether she :
r ; ;. q young woman of about twentyeight.She I er. I could not bear to Mr. Headley/ she said gravely, you was a very charming niece-to-be. *
r: !. God of the Old Year and the New, gave me a cordial welcome, and the lit- Something"was wanting pardon me for saying so, but sometimes 'Do you play or sing?' she asked.
f \\.1 H. : Of seasons, fields and flowers) tle dinner went merrily enough. We were void I had created was you are not quite right in the head. 'Neither, unfortunately. I am only an
1 ,.:. f d God of the harvest and the fruits, served on old Oriental plates, the spoons I could find -no pleasure [ any insanity in vour family?' indifferent critic, who understands music
t :" J : The sunshine and the showers; and salt-cellars were of the coveted Queen suits."You. None at all,' I replied. only enough to'praise when pleased.'
r "; f' : God of the rich man and the poor, Anne period, and the glass,was rare old Ve although a Neither your father, nor mother, nor '"Ah, I forgot ; you are a great china col
rl.t 1;':. ".. 1 Of cottage and of hall; netian. Headley certainly had refined and am joking, but I assure aunt, nor uncle shown any tendency lector.'
.j;;> I': ": f4 God of all creatures here below; expensive tastes, and, it seemed, plenty of gered. I craved for that way?' And as she spoke it struck me that this
;":: ,.;;I it. .';. The mighty and the small. means wherewith to gratify them. were it denied me, my "Not the slightest.: was the first time I had ever been inside this
I'j(, '., p I When Mrs. Headley rose, she begged us, almost come true. Very well ; you had better go home room, and forgotten to look and assure myself
God of what has been and will be, pleasantly, not to linger too long over the "After an interval of and think quietly over what you have of the safety and well-being of the cups
]1 c' r"I *> The birth and end of years; wine, as she was all alone. I might -venture to to me. If to-morrow you wish to repeat saucers, cream-jug and dishes. '
M !! '',, P God the true fountain of our joys Your husband has promised me the his once more. She words, you will find me at home all the And, as the thought of the china brought
s rs; a .> The helper in our tears ; tory of the Chelsea set/' I said, "but, under me she was flattered by .' other thoughts in its train, I felt that I would
.: '. God who directs the stormy wind, the circumstances, I shall ask him to be as other visit again. I I left her, and as I stepped out con gratu- give a great deal to know whether Miss Crof-
't "t ,I jt; And gives:: the zephyr breath ; brief as possible." company, too, for myself that she had not accepted me ton had told her niece everything Fervently
tt"! I 1'" it. God who presides o'er human life, If he does tell you, :Mr. Burke," she chanically to her I hoped that she had not done so,as I knew
,! 'r::: '; And rules the realms of death. said, laughing I shall never, never, for- ever turning to those What a fool I am !' I said. 'I shall al- intuitively I should cut a sorry figure in a
give him, and it would be impossible for cream jug and two esteem that woman for not taking ad young girl's eyes.
w I.., i ; God who supports the tottering steps, me to look you in the face again." could see the bent of of me. I will write and beg her During my meditation Lesbia returned,
Ai i. t' 1 r. : Of infancy and age My dear," said Headley, "my friend said: for my silly conduct and trust she and instead of appearing jealous and an
i .: ,' :. God who unrolls the blanks of time, Burke is a collector himself, and can sym 'It.s. no use, Mr. : still continue my friend..' And yet, in noyed at the capital understanding between
ttt:' ; I'; And fills its august page ; pathize with my weakness. I should never sell them,"and I love of these praiseworthy resolutions, the the fair niece and future uncle smiled and
+ ;- ij I God who bends monarchs to his will, think of relating it, unless it were to a kin- them away.. of the vacant spaces sent all my good said :
jit\ '.:,",! 'tC f Or sweeps them from his path; dred spirit who will fully enter into my ".As she spoke a to the winds ; and, to shorten the tale, 'Shall I introduce you young people or
:t. j God who is seen in forms of love, / feelings." would take her to see deliberately the next afternoon to have you dispensed with that i' ;
.;.J 1 r r\:\ I Or felt in forms of wrath. After closing the door upon my fair host-, sin and the other cups Bush renewed my offer, and left 'Your niece has the advantage ceremony of me. in
.( .1 ; ess, I refilled my beautiful tinted glass with ing, as it were, for their house formally betrothed to Miss Lesbia knowing my name,' I replied.
ri i God of the Old Year and the New, for So I concealed She at least behaved in 'Mr. Robert
tf Lafitte, and waited with some curiosity "mv a very Headley let me present you
a The Nations come to thee; the promised recital: effort .smile. said : manner to Miss Ethel.Crofton my favorite niece'said
:: L To supplicate Thy pardoning power, Headley commenced: I arii'only admiring You say you wish to marry me,' she Lesbia with the politeness of the old
.i They bend the humble knee. I should bee so pleased 'and I am getting on in years now, so school. r:
and I
: Of course it is all joke now, can
f' They call Thee Mighty Ruler, Judge, me by calling and in justice to myself refuse such an After that
'. well afford to laugh at it, but when the affair unnecessary ceremony I shall
k!+ '. The Father and the King; I am going to tell you of happened it lection. If so, I will I have inquired about you,and every go and dress for dinner.' said Miss Ethel
To Thee they offer praise and prayer
to-morrow. who knows in favor. Crofton.
1 you you speaks your
of the
serious enough.The portion
:,'.,x, : +I. 'r, And hymns of glory sing. Chelsea was set I owned at first belonged to my "She accepted my you may regret your choice, so you I closed the door after her,and turned to

., '' The Past, so full of evil deeds, mother; she inherited it from her father, next day came to my have plenty of time for consideration. greet her aunt with the accustomed salute.
':. .: L Of misrule and of wrong, and there its history is lost. When I was have a choice little will not be married for six months at Perhaps from the same reason that the china
.... :, \ Of forgetfulness of right first seized with the passion for collecting, it things as middle-aged .' had lost its charm to-day,I found that semi-
I. gross ,
w: I i formed the nucleus of cabinet. after we had Although, after taking the first plunge I maternal affection was scarcely satisfying
; t"i Of rapine by the strong naturally my
; room which held have been to to the of and could not
:: L The Past, when men alike forgot Every one admired it, and envied me the my glad go depths enough, help thinking my
,1 .". Thy lessons and thy will, possession of it. One day-it was after Ihad cabinets save ode folly without delay, felt the wisdom of future bride looked very aged.
;, ./ "'. And shunned counsels and Thy word formed a decent collection and was get but that one I had words, and acquiesced in this arrange- '" Robert,' she said-it was, I believe, the
Thy ,
cloth. After she had Of with the understand- first time she had used Christian
course new
be well known buyer Wharton my name-
To seek for paths of ill ting to as a
d ; the dealer, called upon me to show mea the others, I led her between us, I saw both herand the china 'I should much prefer that Ethel should hear
':. That Past is now before Thy throne, few, things he bad picked up in the coun a theatrical manner, every day ; and as :Miss Crofton was nothing of our engagement at present. She
: ;. God help us in that hour I try. I drew his attention to my Chelsea; he lifted the veil and extremely nice woman, I may say I grew is young and giddy,and might not look uponit
: .When we are called to meet each act, examined it closely and said: Very strange, basin, cups and to love her-as a mother-and,had fate in the right light.
.' i I, By Thy almighty power. I saw the rest of that service a few days ago.' but sorrowful with the interposed, should doubtless have mar- "I promised secresy with a joy I could
=* .... We ask forgiveness for the Past, I asked him where, and he told me it be- them. I said nothing her at the expiration of the time she scarcely conceal. At any rate, Ethel knew
;\. : In thine appointed way, longed to a lady living at Shepherd's Bush. appeal to her better and very probably should have been nothing about it as yet.
; f I And promise that the opening year Was it for sale? Certainly not, or he would than any words of enough after a fashion. One thing "I dined that evening with the ladies.
',' at a glance, and much to Lesbia's credit-she Miss Crofton did the honors in dress
.'i: > Shall crown a better cay. not have told me about it until he had secured very my a of
,: f 1' it. He had offered to give her a large ing, as; her merriment in no raptures, nor did she expect such antiquated design and material that
God of the Old Year and the New, sum for it, but nothing would induce her to "'So, Mr Headley, from me. When we met or parted I im Ethel openly rallied her upon it. She her-
A world looks up to Thee, part with it. It was, like mine, a family your hospitality ; you a kiss upon her forehead, and that self was beautiful in pale blue silk and I
t. t, With bended hearts and tearful eyes, relic, and, as the owner WM in no want of my dinner with the all. She even interdicted the use of was so struck by her fair, young, bright face
-" p' fT.r m>fc (,1.... pllouucio t'ix ? To arm each heart with stronger faith, persuading her to surrender it. Her show her how very our engagement should be spoken of to evening was half spent I had fully
.. lw To battle for the right, name, he informed me, was Miss Crofton ; the remainder of the one. Another thing I found strange was realized what an ass I had made of myself.
And trust Thy promises that God her residence, 142 College Road, Shepherd'sBush. her seriously how she was continually harping, in a good- "My visits Shepherd's Bush for the next I
:.. Is with them in the fight. happiness and peace sort of way, upon the disparity of few days were as frequent as the most exacting -
"Now, Burke, you will, I know, sympa- void spaces filled. ages, instead of endeavoring to make the fiancee could have expected; but I am !
"' God of the Old Year and the New, thize with me, when I say that, having discovered "No appeal of as little as possible. In fact, she afraid that had my Lesbia been of a jealous -
',, Thus, do thy children pray. that the rest of that exquisite set and the four cups to treat me more as a son than as a or suspicious nature she would not have derived -
II Hear them, 0 Father! from Thy throne, was in existence, I felt that life was almost jug and the two dishes husband. the pleasure from them she appearedto
,'' '". : i' And bring a better day intolerable without it, and that at any sac- ever. At last she said "Feelings of delicacy prevented me from feel. I sat no longer in the chair com-
;, : ( When all shall praise Thy holy name, rifice it must be mine. On that point my 'As you are so her to allow me to remove the Chel manding the best view of the cabinet that
:. ( And do Thy sovereign will, mind was at once made up. queath the china to to my house before I had paid the price enshrined the treasures for which I contemplated
::, :, ;. .. When God shall rule o'er the earth, "The first thing was to see the china, and 'And I may have : for it, and I quite blushed with shame sacrificing myself and my affec-
," : .. l. And goodness banish ill. satisfy myself that Wharton had made no for it,; I said sulkily, fo one day she handed me the key of the tions. I was ever oy Ethel's side; at the
.a. (. mistake; so the next day called upon Miss tification, not only and with a meaning smile begged I piano, turning the leaves of the music; read
A CABINET SECRET. Crofton. I found her a pleasant, polite ladyof tion I had expressed take charge of it to insure the safety ing my favorite poems to her; holding her
:> Vi. about fifty, and she presented the appear- ative the articles I so highly prized. crewels, or winding wool for her. Consider
: ;c ance of a spinster whose circumstances were 'A good deal longer "The course of our affection ran very ing the tender relations between Miss Crof
: q I made Robert Headley's acquaintance in very comfortable. It has always seemed to But as you are so for about three months. I had ton and myself, I must own that my behavior
j' the auction-room. I am an idle man, and, me that anything to do with china makes up what you have and recovered my health, and I may say toward her unsuspecting niece was disgraceful. -
., ..:. having plenty of time and occasionally a the whole world kin, and when I explained with nip? You can placidly happy. If, at times, while Indeed, had Lesbia thought fit to poura
./ : few pounds to spare, have gradually contracted the object of my call, Miss Crofton refusedto whenever you like, l'U with my elderly bride-elect, and storm of reproach upon me, and orderedme
;,. r'" a love for bric-a-brac, the pursuit of listen to any apology, but at once led me there will give me the her, it may be, complain of some to quit her presence, she would have
.' t which enables me to kill good many weary to the cabinet holding the treasure. My informant pany more often. which she candidly attributed to been fully justified. However, she did nothing -
:.. hours and to hoard up, in the shape of old had told the simple truth. I had But this plan did years, I did feel a twinge of regret, of the kind, but sat in her favorite
; _. china, money which would otherwise be the tea-pot, two cups and saucers, and the finding that my device but to turn to the four cups and saucers, corner knitting, and apparently paying no
\ '. frittered away on equally useless but less sugar basin, while Miss Crofton was the for was obliged to cream-jug and the two dishes, and it attention to the "flirtation, or somethingmore
.< t,' valuable objects. tunate owner of the cream jug, four cups home in a frame of serious, which was proceeding under
Headley and I were among the most regular and saucers, and the two dishes. And as, "A week went by ; "But fate and Miss Crofton had other her very eyes.
f : / attendants at Christie's, Sotheby's, and with dazzled eyes, I gazed on her portion of I could not get that for me, although I little suspected Soon matters reached a climax. I couldno
",: f 1 f. other auction-rooms, and, as during the the exquisite service, I felt as though a sacred head or resign myself longer deceive myself. I was hopelesslyin
r' season of the sales we met somewhere almost duty devolved upon me to reunite the I found myself "According to custom, one afternoon I love with Ethel Crofton. and I felt boundin
: daily our mutual taste soon led to an ac long-separated ceramic family,and I knew I better, and, as I my usual visit to my future spouse and honor to inform her aunt, and to throw
-: f: quaintance. should feel little happiness until all the beautiful ginning to suffer, I surprised as I entered the house to hear myself on the fair spinster's mercy before 1
tall of to Brighton in the I know of made the avowal of love to Ethel.
"; -y, Headley was a gentlemanly man members of it reposed safely in my possession sound of a piano. something my
; about thirty-eight, and evidently! had studied weather was fine; I so at once became aware that the in- "I found Lesbia alone one day, so I took
'I the ceramic art deeply. He put met "Miss Crofton and I soon became good friends there; and was played with great skill, and the little key from my waistcoat pocket and
right on several little matters, and once or friends, especially when, upon comparingnotes to think that in time wondered who the performer might handed it to her.
II, 7 twice saved me from buying spurious pro- and tracing back the pedigree of the absurd craving for I had not as yet discovered that my "'And what is this for,Robert?' she asked
'' ductions. As the true collector loves nothing Chelsea, we decided that at some time my But even as I was possessed musical talent. The maid gravely."In .
better than to show his PetobJ'ectsto an- the partial of the door of the the.
I mother's and her father's families must have recovery drawing-room a shame-faced manner I said :
J other who understands and appreciates their been closely allied. When we had estab- a dream so horrible, ceased, and I walked in and found i I can't marry you-I love Ethel.*
beauties it was not long before Headley lished this fact to our satisfaction, I ventured former unhealthy state face to face with one of the loveliest Oh,Robert-Robert!said Miss Crofton,
t asked me to pay him a visit for that pur- to hint, as delicately as I could, my that :Miss Crofton's I had ever met. Perhaps the surprise, putting her handkerchief to her eyes; what
i pose. wish to possess the china; then, as she took rough-fingered lass- contrast, when I saw her instead of the can I say to you? Onlya month ago I was
W "Come early," he said; "then we shall no notice of mv hints, I was compelled to cups. I saw her do it ; lady I expected to greet, made indispensable to your future happiness; and
}. have time to go through the cabinets by ask her point blank if she would sell it to from the sight; also, to stranger look even more charming. I yet you forsake me for the first young face
daylight. Afterward I' will give you some me, fixing any price in reason she chose to. she put the precious ( realize only at first a bright young i you see;' and she appeared to sob bitterly.
t dinner." I found as Wharton predicted,that the good have been cemented) with masses of light hair around it, I. .It was the china' I expostulated.
\, Headley's house was in a quiet in the intention of to see who entered. and a well- '
square lady was obdurate, and there I sat for an I see; and now you think you can have
a good, i if not the most fashionable, part of hour, with the coveted articles almost with- really think the figure, showing to great advantage Ethel and the china too,and prefer a young
i fi.. London. I found my host delighted to see in grasp, yet as far off as the gates of Heaven. I had known for man she sat before the piano. Her dress was bride and old china to an old bride and old
me, and panting to show his treasures. He and find it was only a simple black, but well and becomingly china. Faithless man !1'
} -a. was"a genuine member of that species* known I did not, of course, despair entirely. I "I hurried back to and as she rose when I entered I could "I lost my temper utterly,and I am sorryto
", as the enthusiastic collector whose past must man uver,' I thought. I will have it felt I could endure the : she was over middle height. say my politeness followed it.
sion for accumulating rarities amounts almost in time, by fair means or foul. I will make iety, no longer; and Women always behave with less awk 'Hang the china!P I cried; give me
W l'I to a mania ; and I am bound to say myself very agreeable to her; I will show sire, any sacrifice I than men in chance meetings; so Ethel, and she can smash it all if she likes.I .
..' that his collection was o one to be proud of. I her attentions. Some day I may be able to made; so don't laugh I stood still and stammered some words don't care.'
should tire the reader, ignorant of those delicate render a service, and her heart may open solved upon my apology, she advanced with perfect ease, Women, I believe, under such circum-
.:'.. : distinctive subtleties dear to a collect- with gratitude, and I shall compass my desire to become Mrs. ; said : stances as these, like to hear a man swear.
1' or's heart, were I to expatiate upon the .' To-day I could do no more, so I bade the day of our Mr. Headley, I am surefy! aunt told It shows be is in earnest. Any way. my deposed
beauties of his old Dresden, Sevres, Wedgwood my new-found relative, as Icunningly called would be reunited. to expect you. She has gone out for a bride leaned back in her chair! and
and Bently, rose-backed Nankin, blue her, an affectionate good-bye, asking permis- where about fifty, ; time, but hoped you would wait until laughed so heartily that I knew matters
.';. and white hawthorn pattern,etc., etc. I ad- sion to call on her again. but from what I had return.: would be soon arranged.to my satisfaction.In .
mired greatly, and envied more. h' I shall be glad to see you at any time, she was a very ; "I was only too pleased to accept the great delight I caught her in my arms,
The collections were arranged with great :Mr. Headley,' she said; 'but we shall never way, the china would so frankly given, and recover and for once gave her a kiss of real affection.
t'. taste, in suitable cabinets; and among the have any china dealings together, so you are "You will scarcely my self-possession, in a few minutes Did you think I was going to let you
a.,: many choice specimens, I think the one fairly warned.: out my resolution. in full swing of chat with my Lesbia's marry me for the sake of a few cups and
t that struck me most was a magnificent old "I went home feeling very mournful, and the fair spinster's side saucers?" she cried. lam notsuch astupidold
R Chelsea tea-seat. It occupied the centre of for the rest of that day the four cups and my wife; I could not I found her an unaffected girl, full of woman as that. But in truth Robert, I
.. one of the cabinets, with articles of lesser saucers, the cream-jug, and the two dishes fess a sudden passion and looking forward to the pleasures have grown very fond of you, so if Ethel
; value ranged around it, as though paying were dancing about before my eyes. I sat I was tired of living a stay in town. will have you, take her But only on conditions -
:t It" homage to its; superior worth. Leaving out down for an hour or more with my own portion share my lot. I said I I suppose you will stay some time?" I ."
..;.j :.. of the question the beautiful blue and white before me. How meagre it looked now world, and promised Your presence will quite brighten Name them, dear Miss Crofton !" I exclaimed "-
: t,.. : decoration, the reticulated gilding, and the I took the pieces out and rearranged the future life a happy one; : Crofton's house.: ; anything every thing you wish.
,;, artistic painting, the set was very valuable cabinet, leaving blank spaces for those I ing,' my eyes rested I shall stay as long as ever my aunt will You must prove the earnestness of your
''to' -:: from the fact that it was perfect. coveted. I pictured the lovely appearancethe saucers, the cream-jug me,' she replied. Isn't she. a dear old love for my darling girl, and the recovery
.. ( Headley seemed pleased at the admiration set would present when the whole of it no doubt pleaded Mr. Headley ?' from your insanity, By sending me your
: } I expressed, and said, with a smile: was in my hands. which must have I winced, and began to realize that my Chelsea as a present. I shall then give the
',' You, a collector, may not be surprised I went to rest quite sorrowful, and the good lady. Like a was a painful one. whole set to the South Kensington or Jer-
:: '': at hearing that I nearly bartered my happi cabinet, which only the morning before pressed the greatest '"She is so antiquated," she continued, myn Street Museum."
>. t"i:? ness to make that set perfect." seemed so well filled, was now empty, or Let me yet so romantic in many things'"I I mnsn't tell you all about ourlovemaking -
wt :%: I laughed, thinking he was joking, and nearly empty, in my eyes. It is a small said.U Do you mean felt more foolish than ever, and for the or Mrs. Headley would never forgiveme
.r, : replied : thing to say that I believe I dreamed of Miss with meT of saying something, remarked : ; but Ethel and I arranged matters very
i "I don't think I would far Crofton and her china the whole : did tell and return home that
;, go quite as as night. My I will make you a 'I wonder she not me you were quickly, upon my
." that; but I am sure my happiness would be honesty vanished as my eyes closed. I stole plied, thinking as I I suppose she meant to surprise. evening I opened my casket, and almost
r. greater if I owned it." that china at least a dozen times. I secretedit modeled the handle of ; .' without a pang packed up my two cups and
', So would any man's be. Look at the in the most extraordinary places. I buriedit and I am sure you 'I suppose so. But I assure you she has saucers, teapot and sugar-basin, in cotton
r. .i painting, the gilding, the shape, the color. for safety and to avoid detection but the ing my offer.' to me a great deal about you, Mr. wool and the next morning forwarded themto
,. ,- ,. Feel the texture of it," he added, taking the four cups seemed endowed with life, and as But do you really You appear to be great friends. Miss Crofton. You have seen Ethel, and|
4, teapot from its velvet-lined nest, and fondly fast as I covered them up with earth would sisted-" an old a flirtation, I tell her.' I dare say you think I did not make a bad
p t F'' caressing it with his long white fingers; pop up in unexpected places. I committed "' Seventeen "I colored up to my ears, but managed to exchange."
t I ti 11. "you or I could tell in the dark it was Chelsea other crimes for the sake of that china. I mentally, that must : I should think not," I said. "But how
y .:, by the softness of the paste." deliberately murdered the unfortunate spin was made ;' and then I 'Then I conclude her report of me has comes the :et in your cabinet now?"
: Where did you get it from?" ster and packed the articles which had the four cups and favorable: The old lady kept me in great suspenseall
'; I had the tea-pot, sugar basin, two cups urged me to crime most carefully in a bag. the vacant spaces at '"I shan't betray her confidence, Mr. the time Ethel and I were engaged, and
a+ and saucers first. They belonged to my Then the hue and cry was raised, and I respect you highly, ; and, any way, it would have no although I hid my feelings, I began soon to-
,: mother, and, as I told you, I was nearly knew that men were pursuing me, but I am sure you will with me, as I prefer to form my own think that it would be very nice to have-
r paving too dearly for the rest of it. But I dare not venture to run, lest I should break cheerful.: .' Ethel and the china,but 1 dared not hint such
'r r '' will tell you all about it after dinner, if you those fragile things for which I had endangered 'Suppose,' said : "As I felt we were getting on delicate a thing Crofton.who,moreover,teased
\ would care to hear the story. my soul. It seemed to me infinitely were to take the I begged her to resume the music me dreadfully by praising in Ethel's presencemy
;4 k ir !My The summer afternoon passed very pleas- preferable to swing on the gallows than to china, would you still coming had cut short. generosity in making her so beautiful a-
;RX E antly among the old china, and at seven rid-one of those exquisite cups in atoms. assurances of affection "She played a piece of Chopin's with great present.


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While on our honeymoon I thought no but also a surprise and an enigma to the Long matinee" sacques for mornings in Groceries Provisions, Ship Chandlery etc.
more of it-in fact, gave it up for lost-and statesmen who control European govern- the house are made of plush, and. worn overa
you may guess my joy when we returned to ments. blouse waist of satin surah. .
town to see in my room a strange cabinet The generous-hearted people of this coun- The moon with a face in it, Gorgon head H. E DOTTERER'
with the set as you see it now. So I got a try care not what nationality a man hails with snake-like hair, fox-brush patterns,
good wife and completed the service as well." from if he affiliates with the teachings, laws feathers and rings,are the newest'designs for
Just then the door opened, and a voice and manners, or their habits and customs.If atelasse satins for cloaks.
said, with assumed petulance: in other words, he is faithful to the land A gentleman's cravat of terra-cotta satin, INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF .

"Are you gentlemen never coming?Aunt of his adoption, and respects her laws and striped with gold,and a scarf-pin to completeit
Lesbia is upstairs, Robert, and wishes to see her fostering care with that sincerity of pur- is worn by ladies with doubledbreastedPrince i * *
yon before her carriage fetches her." pose to which his adopted country is enti- Albert frock coats of olive green clothor t- :
Let us go up, Burke,"said Headley, as tled. Who but a dastard would repudiatesuch velvet. FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
we finished the last of the claret; "and if an honor as that which American citi- : }
confers the lawful recipientsof Very elegant costumes are made broche
of Chel-
want any more particulars my zenship upon -f-
you sea mania Miss Crofton will give them to such a favor Irishmen, in whose hearts velvet combined with Sicilienne The broche +-
"-All the Year Round. the love of country comes next to the love of velvet forms the skirt and the long pelisse is
you. God, have ever been faithful to the flag of of plain Sicilienne with a border of sable or

WOLF HUNTING IN DRITANY.To Since the time that nine Irish gentlemenput The favorite visite has square close sleeves

the Editor of the Mirror: their autographs to the Declaration of and two thick box pleats with long fronts, FANCY
CARHAIX, BRITANY, FRANCE, 1 American Independence up to this very tied by ribbons to form a tassel near the foot. GROCERIES.ONLY .
January 2, 1883. j hour they have proved themselves faithfulsons Brandenburgs across the front and in the

of American liberty, and helped to back are the trimmings.A : SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
At in Britany could a foreigner
no spot guard her flag with a zealous love and care. tea is displayed .
lovely gown by a ,
station himself better for joining in the Irish-American history cannot point a
Broadway house this week. Never did a Y
sport of wolf-hunting than at Carhaix. It finger at a Benedict .Arnold or any other princess out of a fairy story own a more exquisite PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
traitor, and when one of the Celtic race is and robe. It is made of
is an old Celtic city, standing at the point dainty
admitted, according to the Constitution, as a mauve-tinted Sarah embroidered in silk
where the departments of Finisterre, Cotes- participator in framing American laws, he with white and blush roses entwined in, ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

du-Nord, and Morbiham meet, and adorned would give not only the brightest gems of leaves of palest gold. The back is cut a la
cathedral built in the his intellectual power, but his very heart's- Watteau with vine of the embroidery *lIlLt -
with a noble Gothic a trailing
sixteenth century by English hands. Car- blood to sustain her independence.The reaching from the top of the'pleat in the -I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES |-
subject of this sketch is one of Amer- back to the foot of the trained skyf.. Aroundthe
haix has the additional interest of having ica's honored statesmen, and however party bottom is a wide ruche formed of four +- +-

given birth to the "First Grenadier of lines may decide the issue of power or place, separate strips of silk-mauve, white, pale
remember he is first, last, and all the timean
France," La Tour D'Auvergne, who fell in pink and pale gold-fringed on each edge to
Irish-American, who has sworn fidelityto the depth of two inches and then pleated up
the Rhinein
one of Napoleon's battles close to his adopted country, and history will together, the whole forming a feathery mass .

1800 and received the unusual compli- place him in its annals as one of the wise of coloring, matching perfectly every tint NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.
ment of having his name read always at the men in the councils of the Nation.-The seen in the tea gown itself.-New York Evening -

head of the muster-roll of his company, the Tomahawk. Post. __ _______

answer returned invariably by one of his STATE SUNDAY-SCHOOL CONVEN WORTH REMEMBERING.-Now that good Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA.
comrades, amid the salutes of those gathered TION.At times are again upon us, it is worth remem-

about him being *'Dead upon the field of a meeting of the Executive Committeeof bering that no one can enjoy the pleasantest
the FLORIDA STATE SUNDAY-SCHOOL Asso- surroundings if in bad health. There are C. H. HTJOT
honor." A bronze statue of La Tour D'Au CIATION, arrangements were made as followsfor hundreds of miserable people going abouttoday WH LB ALB AND RBTAIL. :

vergne, from Marrachetti's hand, keeps the holding the annual eting: with disordered stomach, liver or
Bretons in mind of their countryman's pure, First. The Convention will be held at kidneys, when a bottle of Parker's Ginger -DEALER IN- coo
Tonic would do them more good than all
Tallahassee the seventh and eighth of
dauntless and devoted character, and of a O
February next. the medicines they have ever tried.
truth Britany is not a country which cow- Second. Every Sabbath-school in the o o

ards would select as a congenial home. The State is requested to send at least one dele- Care-worn persons, students, weak and CHA?TDLERYI r,

peasants and their women are wild and gate to the Convention,bringing a certificateof over-worked mothers will find in Brown's H ;
Iron Bitters a complete tonic, which gives I
his or her election from the superintendent -
rough ; affectionate to those whom they strength and tone to the whole system. .
of the school, or other authorized per- Groceries Hardware I-;
know and like, but rugged and suspicious ro

towards strangers. When, as not unfre- son.Third.. All delegates should send their NOTICE OF" IXCOR OnATJON. i A. B. NOYES, o

quently happens, one of the primitive Bre- names and address, as soon as possible, to DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, a CD
one of the undersigned officers of the Association IS un-
ton carts is dragged through the streets of NOTICE act of the Legislature of the -, .- -DEALER IN- ==
Carhaix or of Quimper, with half a dozen Fourth. Two or more contiguous Sab- State of Florida, entitled An Act to provide : Second'Street. ._ r.1l cFW

gaunt dead wolves in it, a stranger, fresh bath-schools can unite in electing the same a General Law for the Incorporation of *... Family Supplies, {:s
where it is inconvenient for each Railroads and Canals," approved February16th
from the United States, or even from the vie FERNANDINA, FLA.
school to obtain a separate representative.Fifth. 1874,the undersigned have formed and H e
Northwestern provinces of France, might It is suggested that members of organized a company under the name of HEAVY GROCERIES,

have difficulty in persuading himself that the Legislature, who are known to be friendsof ATLANTIC & MEXICAN GULF CANAL FERNANDINA N

history had not gone back for three or four the Sabbath-school cause, be elected COMPANY,

centuries and plunged him into the heart of as delegates by the Sabbath-schools with 4i Hay and Grain
which they are connected, or in which theyare for the purpose of constructing, maintaining *' 00
the middle ages; as he becomes more famil- interested. and operating a steamboat and barge STEAM J] {[SAW ] [MILL.] o CD

iar with the country districts, he will find Sixth. All pastors of churches, and other canal for public use in the conveyance of i.. O
that the Breton peasantry still believe firmlyin Sunday-school workers, are earnestly requested persons and property from the Florida line, > H SHIP STORESz O
to cooperate in endeavoring to secure near the Okefenokee Swamp; thence in a M
and around the
the Loupgarou ; sitting at least from their direction the State of
one delegate re- southwesterly across C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, ,
wood embers of an expiring fire in some spective schools and churches, to attend the Florida by the most direct route to the Gulf, Furniture, -
hut buried amidst the dense forests of that Convention. and along its shore to the western boundaryof
region the traveler has not much Seventh. Arrangements will be made the State; to be constructed within HAS constantly on hand- 'Stoves,
gloomy with the different railroad and steamboat the limits of the counties of Nassau, Baker, H erf

need of a creative imagination ro make him lines so that all delegates and members of Columbia,Hamilton,Suwanee,Madison, Lafayette jpiJ'Lumber by Cargoes.Office A \ Paints .02i i
fancy that he hears the wild scream of the the Convention, paying their fare to Talla- Taylor, Jefferson, Wakulla, franklin ,

demon wolf wafted as midnight strikes over hassee, shall be enabled to return free. Calhoun, Washington, Walton, Santa Second Street. vie O Crockery,
Eighth Mr. B. F. JACOBS/of Chicago, the Rosa and Escambia. The Canal Companywas on & .
where the
Wastes among glades snow eloquent Sabbath-school Convention, has originally incorporated by the Legisla- Hardware, .
lies deep. When the morning comes he will signified his intention to be present, and ture of Georgia, under the name of the At- r.1l hrp

go forth on horseback to the meet, where he participate in the proceedings.Gov. lantic & Mexican Canal Company, of which < Willow-Ware.

will encounter the Louvetier and his offi- COLQUITT, of Georgia, will probably this proposes to be an extension. HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS P ,
be present and address the Convention ; and GEO. F. DREW, =
cials in command of a packoflarge, strong, also R. B. REPPARD, Esq.,of Savannab, Pres- J. J. FINLEY, N
wiry-haired dogs, with which the fable runs ident of the Georgia Sabbath-School Associ- GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, O -.

that the blood of their quarry, the wolf, is ation. Other speakers will be announced in Of Florida. We invite your attention to our H N
due time, and a full programme published. LAFAYETTE MCLAWS, O
j intermingled. He will notice the honorable P
It is earnestly requested that all friends of JOSEPH SHEPARD,
II and strongly-marked scars upon the muzzles the Sabbath-school cause throughout the JAS. S. BAILEY, Crockery 1 Glassware, W *

, of the older hounds, indicating many a State, who feel an interest in promoting the Of Georgia. o a

fierce tussle which they have had with their welfare of the rising generation, which will Dated this 10th day of January, A.D.1883.
savage and hard-biting foe. It seldom hap- soon assume control of public affairs, will and offer our Goods in these lines as low as I Pricss;: as: Low as:th;tot;: '
lend their aid and
influence in this
making In the Circuit Court, Nassau the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of
pens that a big wolf is run into without first General Sabbath-School Conventionever County, Florida.

despatching two or three of his canine pursuers held at the Capitol of the. State, a grand ALEXANDER McRAE, very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,

and leaving the grim marks of his success. J. L. LYONS versus 1 Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin
BuildingMaterial !
teeth several others. Should for-
upon any Pres't Fla. S. S. Association.
PLE, S. B. HUBBARD, ALONZO In Chancery.B. Chamber Sets all colors; Wooden-
eign sportsman be tempted to try his handat G. B. GRIFFIN, .NOYES.WM.LAWTEY,WILLIAM .
Ware of all kinds and Housekeeping -
wolf-hunting in Britany, he had better Chairman Ex. Committee. JOHNSON,M. M. WHITE, ; i

stay at home, unless he can take with Jacksonville, Fla., January IS, 188S. and THOMAS BRownER. Utensils generally. BRICK, LIME, HAIR,
and of decree entered
by a
him one or two strong, short-legged horses FASHION NOTES. UNDER Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial FRED W. HOYT & CO.

of unmistakable stoutness. Runs after Circuit of Florida, in and for the County of PLASTER, CEMENT,

wolves or boars are of extraordinary lengthin novelties.Cock's-feather fans painted by hand ark Nassau, Florida, for the enforcement of a SHINGLES
certain lien for labor done and
Britahy, and, according to the corres- performedupon
Sicilienne warmly wadded is chosen for a certain saw-mill situated in said NOYES
pondent of a weekly paper, it is on record redingotes. A B. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
County, situated as hereinafter described,
that in the reign of Henry III. a boar foundIn Heavy ribbed silk is the most elegant ma- and known as the Tolu or Eager Mill-said i (Successor to \V. A. SANBORN), PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT .,

La Vendee was not disposed of for six terial for wraps for old lakes. : decree being in favor of Alexander McRae Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

weeks, or until he had.reached the Forest! Etruscan vases of the most graceful formsare and against Benjamin Eager,Simon Temple, PROVISIONS SHIP STORES .
copied in red and gilded wicker for S. B. Hubbard, Alonzo B. Noyes, Wm. Law- GROCERIES, ,
Ardennes the battlefield of Waterloo scrap-
near ,
baskets. tey, William Johnson, M. M. White, and CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, FRED W. HOYT &:CO'S
one hundred and sixty leagues away from Thomas Browher-I will sell in front of the ,
his lair. Although it is not likely that a and Cedar red is the new shade for kid gloves, Court-Honse in the City of Fernandina, in Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near SECOND STREET, Near Centre.
heavy lines of embroidery in black deco-
said County Florida, on the first Monday in Steamboat Landing,
modern sportsman will see a run of this duration rate the backs.Moyenage .
February, 1883, being the 5th of said month,
yet a few weeks of wolf-hunting in necklets of silver or enameled the mill known as the Eager Mill, situated FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

Britany will test the courage and endurance Sid are replacing the muslin cravats that and being in Sec. 19, T. 1, S. 24 E., Nassau Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas 'G.
both of himself and his steed. Whenan been so long worn. County, Florida, together with buildings, Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in WM. B. C. DURYEE,

Black dresses of fine camel's hair or shoo- machinery} equipments, boilers, engines, large quantities.
extraordinary active and bold lupine dah cloth have a collar,cuffs, vest and panelsof etc., used in said Tolu or Eager Mill, situ- Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- GENERAL COMMISSION :MERCHANT,
marauder plays havoc with the calves, sheep black velvet, with a.cord of gold on the ated, as aforesaid, on said premises ; to sat- ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIREthebest
and even with the dogs of some secluded edge. isfy said decree as aforesaid. Terms. cash, in the world. CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT,

village or township, aloud cry is raised, and Moonlight-blue satin, with embroidery of purchaser paying JOHN for A.title.ELLERMANN, PLOWS.Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED FERNANDINA, FLA.

the Louvetier is forced to come to the res- silver threads and flounces of white lace, is 7 Special Master. Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-

cue. In ordinary times, however, he leavesa one tion of dresses.the most elegant' materials for recep- Fernandina, Fla., January 4, 1883. VILLE. 33 Hay, Corn, Oats

few pairs of wolves, as a rat-catcher does
The Gretchen tunic, caught up on one side OF FLORIDA, )
with rats, to breed. by velvet ribbons that suspend an almoner's STATE OF NASSAU.To f

bag, is new for young ladies' cashmere and James O'Boyle-You are hereby noti- DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S'INDIAN
W. JONES. wool dresses. fied that a writ of attachment has been issued I

Russian sable trimmings are made of the against you and your property attached, to
SENATOR FROM FLORIDA. tails of the animals, in perpendicular rows, satisfy the demand of twenty-five dollars.
One of the fundamental principles upon that form stripes of darker brown than that Now, unless you shall appear before H. J. BLOOD SYRUPCures
which we shall base our sketches of Emineni of the bodies. Baker, Esq., County Judge and ex-offido Jus-

Men of the Nation will be to discriminate be- The chasseur hat of or brown felt, tice of the Peace in and for said county, at
tween the mere creature of circumstances, with a high crown green and long cocks' his office at Fernandina, on the 12th day of all diseases or the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
And the men who, through indomitable sloping March, A. D. 1883, at 10 o'clock in the fore-
plumes, is a favorite with blonde young Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
pluck and have ,
perseverance, their ladies who wear it pushed back from the : noon,judgment will be rendered against you
way to the front and grasped the scepter of brow ,to show all the front hair. and your property sold to pay the debt. efficacy in healing the above' named diseases, and
power and good government out of that Dated this 12th day of January, 1883.
chaos of scattered ideas which the lover of Serpent green with olden tinges is one of J. A. ELLERMANN. pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man.

political economy is obliged to encounter in the colors most fashionable for velvet or 8-ld. Plaintiff.
his wanderings through the field of arduous plush suits, and a slight glint of terra-cotta .S
public labor and 50,000,000 of people, covering enhances its beauty. Black Spanish lace NOTICE. GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA
an amount of territory;like the United with thickly corded designs is the rich trim- ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
States, with a population in whose veins runs ming, and with these two odd shades make TO Take notice that on the 13th day of Trade Hark.Laboratory. ""'
the blood of an older civilization, which has unique coloring. February, 1883, I will apply to the Judge of AG-ENTS WANTED.
given us men of power,intellect and capacity Mastic gray cloth paletots are fashionablefor the Circuit Court in and for the Fourth Judi-
who were too large for the narrow children. They are semi-fitting, and are cial Circuit of Florida, at Jacksonville, for a 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.
grooves of a more conservative element of long enough to cover the child's dress. Theyare license to manage take charge of and con-

social order, and whose sons contain all the braided in rings of large size, and have trol my property,:and to become a free dealer CEDARTOWJT GA. June 20th 1881.
elements which the larger growth of American square pockets and a wide collar of brown in every respect, according to the statute in trial, of .
sick with Fever and short your
manners and customs have given them, plush. A mastic beaver hat of the great such case made and provided. Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were a .
are a most interesting study, not only fortheir cartwheel shape is worn with this cloak, MRS. E. MYERS.: Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. RUDIE CANTREL.
own native American fellow-citizens, trimmed with brown plush drapery. Fernandina, Fla., January 12, 1883. 8 4t 46


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.. I ,
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fr THE FLORIDA M IRROR.f1' against the Herald's doctrine of protection, QUARANTINE CHARGES DECIDED tion should bfc made that a convention of the most absurd inconsistency. It first

and we challenge the Herald to show'thateven UNCONSTITUTIONAL BY THE should be called, and they declined to make accuses us of virtually ranging ourselves
the call. Who can say-who has a right to on the side of Mr. Bisbee and the Repub-
Mr. Randall takes the ground of a SUPREME COURT.
;:'.l ; SATURDAY. JANUARY SO, 188S. say-the people of Florida have changed lican party," and in the same editorial calls
t.... ,. r'. : tariff for protection it has enunciated.We The District Court of the United States in their minds upon this subject. Those who our attention to the eager attempt of the

I_ 'q' PROTECTION PER SETA VAREStt have not read the Herald into the Re- Louisiana had before ''them recently a test urge the ""short cut" method suppose the Republican majority to revise the tariff." It

:.. said that this people to be in favor of an immediate call, appears, therefore,that Republican
: +\ HERALD." publican party. We upon case, brought by the Morgan Line of steamers party
but this is mere supposition. It is true that is not altogether supporting views
1:;"a .I'; The Tavares Herald devotes some two and question it ranged itself with Mr. Bisbee and against the Board of Health of the Stateof by either method the people determine the this question, and, as for the Democracy, we on

r II ., a half columns of an article headed The the Republican party. It admits that Mr.. Louisiana. The suit was brought in the question, and it may be asked, what differ- have only to repeat that the most conspicuous

rt : f Fernandina Mirror and Free Trade" to an Bisbee's views accord with its own United States Court,of the district of Louisiana ence does it make whether we let the people candidate for the Speakership of the
: answer this question at once, as is proposedby next House, and who will
probably be
II ./.. of its position on If the Herald will note the debate now to obtain an injunction against the suc-
,: elaborate statement own the short cut, or next year as will be cessful, is in the person of Hon. Samuel J.
, irv i t t: the subject of protection with,a most illogi- going on in the Senate on the tariff questionit Board of, Health from collecting charges done if the constitutional plan is followed? Randall,an avowed protectionist.Our .

.::':, cal endeavor to show that its position is that will'see a solid Democratic vote in favorof against their vessels for inspection, fumigattion There is a very great difference. In one case contemporary's furtive efforts to readus
ji. ; tariff reductions met solid Republican etc. the organic law of the State is compliedwith into the Republican party will
The writer of this by a under the quarantine laws scarcely
f of the Democratic party.
r while in the other this organic law is succeed. The fact that Mr. Bisbee advocates
; ,: .: : r. has voted with the Democratic party for vote in favor of high tariff rate and pro- The effect of the present suit is to perpet-- ignored. In one the people are allowed to views on certain public questions, which accord -

: .' :i more than forty years, and has at least had tection, and it will very easily find on which ually enjoin the, collection of these charges, determine the question in the way they de- with ours, is only so much evidence
".. of knowing what has been side of the chamber those who hold the and to restrain the Board of Health from cided it should be determined when they that Mr. Bisbee is not altogether totally depraved -
: ; the opportunity detaining the plaintiff's vessels because of
the the
adopted Constitution au-
present on political questions. On the
'1 '; ; the position of that party on the subject of same view with itself. Admitting that it their non-payment, or from enforcing the thority of which all acknowledge. In the and the fact that our contemporary,living other

. ',i 'It x.,. a tarifffor protection, and it amazes us at this once held the same views as Senator Jones quarantine regulations as against said vessels other the Legislature assumes the power of in the sunshine of Florida prosperity, reap-

. ; ;Y1!: : day to find any one asserting "that there and General Finley, it now denounces them in a more oppressive manner than submitting this question to the people in the ing the harvest that flows to Florida becauseof
: against others. manner it chooses regardless of the organiclaw. her protection, should
because have not changed from the old advocate the
\ f f never has been a time in the political history they The plaintiff alleges that the laws reliedon By pursuing the one course we doctrine that would blast and wither very all

tt{ I. : of the United States when a large and tow Democratic platform. in so far as they purport to authorizethe strengthen the reign of law in the minds of that young growth which produces so boun-

+ our view the ablest of the Democratic leaders The planters of Marion and Alachua exaction of the fees and charges in ques- the people, while by the opposite course a tifully for us, so much evidence how other-
f that tion, are null and void, in that they contravene effect is produced. The adoptionof wise
:' \" avowed county will be surprised to learn the contrary truly good men may be utterly unrelia-
not protectionists.
were the "short cut" method will bad
ble and
prove a unfit to be trusted by the
( assertion it average yield of the cane crop in that region 1. Article 1 section 8 3 of the people
'i .J","" After such an extraordinary paragraph precedent and may lead to complicationsand where their material interests are concerned.
?f \ : would seem absolutely unavoidable that the which the Herald has investigated will not Constitution' of the. United States, which trouble in the future, while the consti- *

.f'1 Herald should give us the names of those of be more than $50 per acre. We have seen provides that : tutional method is open to no such objec- But we have not time to write an essay on
Congres shalJ, have power tions. We trust mature deliberationthe the views held
" who have made than upon by political parties on this
1 1- P, a large and ablest of the Democratic leaders"t many planters more to regulate mnierce with foreign nations, Legislature will-determine to adopt the question. We would merely suggest to our

.':. t who were avowed protectionists' $200 per acre the present season. and amon( the several- States and with the : latter.Union January 14. contemporary the propriety studying the
Z ', ; t How, then, does the Herald sustain this The Herald has a perfect right to entertain Indian tribes. question before he makes assertions uponit.
2. Article 1,section 10,paragraph 3, which "Mr. Bisbee and the
views and to advocate
protective protectionper Republican party"are
t' bold assertion? It says it is not necessary provides that; No State shall, without the THE FERNANDINA MIRR OR ON '
all that has
our contemporary
I+ }. I.. for us to go back to the Democratic leaders se, but when it arraigns and condemns consent of Congress, lay any duty on ton- FREE TRADE. knowledge of as protectionists. Our infor-any

:{': I: o' ; of the past, we need only to refer to one our Senators and Representatives in Congressas nage." The editor of the Fernandina Mirror is the mation covers a wider range. We see a re- i

' ..' f Democratic leader of the present day, twice being hostile to the interests of Florida, 3. Article 1, section 9, paragraph 6, which historian of Florida, and has devoted so public for years after it had achieved an independence -
''; it goes beyond its province, and subjects provides that : uNo preference shall be much time and so much research to his his- still practically a colony of Great
: : of the
;: r honored by an election as Speaker given by regulation of commerce or
. itself to trenchant criticism in return. any torical work that he has remained in the Britain. We see it adopting protective
F House of Representatives." The Herald revenue to the ports of one State over thoseof profoundest ignorance of the political historyof measures for the establishment and development -

\. then proposes to show that the Mirror is another, nor shall vessels bound to or the United States in general, and of polit- of manufacturing industries which

;'a suffering from the profoundest ignorance of TAXING THE MANY FOR THE from one State be obliged" to enter, clear or ical parties in particular. Such at least is invited capital by the million from abroad,
BENEFIT OF THE FEW. pay duties in another. the conclusion to which we are irresistibly and this capital in return brought over labor
,' the political history of the United States in The court held that the Constitution of led on reading an editorial in its issue:: of the by the thousands. To-day in all parts of
Public attention has been
; general, and of political parties in particular frequently theUnited States did prohibit such chargesand 30th ultimo. Surely our cotemporary must the North the wisdom of this policy is ap

," by a reference to one single member of drawn of late to the abuses which have mad-the The labor under a decided hallucination, to say parent. Circumstances rendered it differentin
grown up in municipal bodies in reference injunction perpetual. the least of it, when he intimates that the the South. Slavery naturally advocated
of Penn-
from the State
-' that party coming" i to the collection of taxes from the many for case will probably go to the Supreme Courtof Democratic party as such is a Free Trade free trade, because slavery was cheap labor.
sylvania, which Pig Iron Kelly represents the United States. party. On the contrary we assert that while Slavery naturally was hostile to manufacture -
,.1 in the interest of protection. I the benefit of the few. The support of pub- the more eminent leaders of the old Whig because a manufacturing population

The Herald proceeds to remark : In 1880, lic schools by taxation is a comparativelymodern THE CONVENTION QUESTION.The party were high tariff men, there never has would have been inimical slavery. Henceit
I invention, and is justified upon the .. been a time in the political history of the is that the South has not been benefitedby
upon an issue of a *tariff for revenue only,1the Union an'able and temperate article United States when a large number and to our protection as the North has. Now that
the correct one on Democratic party was badly beaten. plea, only maintains file ground it has always held view the ablest of the Democratic leaders slavery no longer exists, we would receive

". f Had the same issue been presented to the be based, that the State should, for its own against.wpat.is known'"as the short cut" were not avowed protectionists.It the benefits of protection. As a slaveholder -

been protection, give its citizen sufficient instruc- is not necessary for us to go back to we were a free trader. It took several
in 1882 the result would have
method of convention. It
people I calling a says:
tion to enable them to read. the laws by Democratic leaders of the past; we need only years after the war of earnest, profound investigation -
precisely the same. Our advices from Tallahassee indicate that refer to one Democratic leader of the present to change these views. Todaywe
As Mr. Randall's name seems to be considered which they are governed,and to understandthe the majority have determined to call a con- day,twice honored by an election as Speakerof know how necessary protection is to the

.4 all-sufficient and all-powerful for nature of the government. In other vention to revise the Constitution by what the House of Representatives in the Con- South in general, and to Florida in particular. -

,, words, have a knowledge of reading, writ- is known as the "short cut" method, thatis gress of the United States to prove that the .
the Herald will quote the words of a I
we ing and arithmetic. by ignoring the provision of the present policy of protection is as much a Democraticidea [The article of the Tavares Herald is alto-
distinguished member of the Democratic : Constitution for its revision, and calling a as it was the Whig, or it is a Republicanidea.
Starting from, this simple position inter- I gether too long for reproduction. We give
party, whose name is already foreshadowed convention de novo, and outside of any ex- .
?i ested have framed another law. Before this is done trust the such portions as aim to give reason leavingout
: for the Presidential candidacy of the Demo- parties hypothesis isting we It may suit the purposes of the Mirror to ,
: that.all the people should be educated, members of the Legislature will pause long attempt to align us with u Mr. Bisbee and irrelevancies.-ED. MIRROR.] .
cratic party in 1884-Senator McDonald, of enough to discuss in their own minds all the Republican party," but our platform is
at the such
to to
public expense, a degree as
Indiana. That distinguished Senator, on the the pros and cons there are to the question, precisely that on which stands Mr. SamuelJ.
floor of the United States Senate February qualify them to fill the highest offices of the and before voting for the measure settle in Randall, of Pennsylvania. Does the A FLORIDA SHIP CA 4L.

..... 16 1881 said government. The fallacy of this position is their minds that there is a necessity for such Mirror propose to read Mr. Randall out of Col. A. W. Jones, of Richmond, Va., and
: seen when it is borne in mind that the pro- haste. For unless there be a real necessity the Democratic party as it insolently at- Mr. Michael Jacobs, of New York, have arrived -
"The power to tax is the power to take for it, it will be indefensible. tempts to read us!: out? in Florida as the agents of the Florida
from the citizens a portion of their income portion of those who can at any one time Whatever may be said of the present Con- So far as our cotemporary's assertion that Ship Canal Company and applied to the

'the fill such offices is less than one to a hundred stitution it is the organic law of the State; it the recent elections have denounced and Legislature, now in session, for a charter.
to be to
":J on property, applied expenses thousand, and that it would be just as reas- has been submitted to and acquiesced in repudiated a protective tariff is concerned, The parties named as associated in the com-

of the Government, and the amount that onable to require one hundred thousand since its formation by our whole:population ; that is all twaddle. No writer knows better pany are T. Cox, Judge W. Fullerton, J. H.
each citizen should contribute to the supportof it limits and controls the executive,judicial than our: cotemporary that the issue of the Frey, L. M. Lawson, S. F. Meyer. M. Jacobs
the Government should be as nearly as persons to take tickets in a lottery because and l legislative branches of the State Government last campaign was not protection or free David Adams, of New York S. Cameron, of

some one of them might draw a capital and embodies the chartered rights of trade ; was not"tariff for revenue only," or Pennsylvania; ex-Governor J. C. Brown, of
possible in proportion to his abilities and the The Governor has to Tennessee Senator William Iahone
prize. people. no right protection to American industry. The one ; Gov-
the degree of protection afforded him by the ignore its provisions, much less to trample issue of the late campaign was the corruptionof ernor Cameron, A. W. Jones and V. D.
State. These fundamental principles are We subjoin the plain common sense view them under his feet. The judicial depart- the Republican party, and the attempt to Grover, of Virginia; Governor Butler, of

\ maxims laid down Adam of Mayor Burdick, of Watertown, N. Y., ment is bound by its provisions, and the use the office-holders of the Government for :Massachusetts and W. H. Manning, of
clearly by
more himself a man from the people and of the Legislature has not the right to pass a law the perpetuation of its power.In Ohio. If the State of Florida will grant thema

.'. Smith more than one hundred years ago, people : contrary to them. Whence, then, comes 1880, upon an issue of a tariff for charter and right of way one mile wide
and have never been disputed, although the power of the latter branch of the Gov- revenue only,*' the Democratic party was clear through the peninsula, with right of
.',, they are often disregarded in actual legisla I am well aware that the discussion of ernment to ignore one of its plainest provi- badly beaten. Had the same issue been way half a mile wide for two other canals as
this subject touches many delicate interest:, sions, and assume an authority above it. and presented to the people in 1882 the result feeders, somewhere between Fernandina
tion. They are flagrantly violated in every and ought to be dispassionately considered. which has never been delegated to it by the would have been precisely the same. In- and St. Augustine on the Atlantic, they

tariff law that has as a controlling element in it There is of in people? The Legislature is but one branchof deed, nothing surprises us more than that agree to put through in two years a canal
the doctrine protection" general concurrence opinion a coordinate government ; its members our cotemporary should attempt to misleadhis two hundred feet wide at the water level and

he the doctrine, that republican governmentsmust take an oath to support the Constitutionjust readers by an assertion which is very far thirty feet deep, which of course will float
\ Again says: rest for their stability the intelli- the same as do those called to fill posi- from the fact. any kind of a craft. The eastern terminusof

A tariff for revenue necessarily affords gence and virtue of the people, the voters of tions in other coordinate departmentstheexecutive So far as the Herald is concerned, it has the canal, it is thought probable will be 4

incidental protection, but when it is levied the State and Nation. The only question is and judicial; whence, then, does never opposed a revision of tariff. Quiteto on the St. Johns a few miles above Jacksonville -

.w, ; with a view to protect and not to secure revenue, how far shall the principle be carried? All the legislative branch derive this superior the contrary we believe that the tariff as announced some time ago when
power? Is there any law or constitutional should be revised, not because I the above parties formed their association,
learning, it may be. said, is profitable to any po-
then it becomes to the extent of
", l a bounty have. But there must be a limit to whichour provision conferring it upon them, or did litical party advocates this but becausewe and the western terminus between Tampa
the protection afforded, paid by the con- public schools shall seek to educate the the people in electing them confer it? If believe that our present tariff system is and St. Marks bays, very wide. indefinite

sumer to the person producing the article youth of the land. It is not claimed by the not, whence did they obtain it? Some may cumbersome, unequal, and in many respects limits on both sides.
treat lightly these considerations but to subversive the double end it But the in the applica-
and there always wildest enthusiast, that the people should be our to was designedto interesting point
protected, as are more consumers
taxed to give all the youth of the State a mind they are weighty. We are among subserve, namely for revenue and for tion is, that the State of Florida is asked to
than producers of any given article, collegiate and professional education. The those who believe there is sanctity to an protection. Nowhere in these columns has donate to the company 86,000,000 acres of

'it is a burden imposed upon the many for the common school law makes the distinctionon oath, and that one of the greatest safeguardsto been uttered a single sentence against such i land '* for the purpose of aiding and promoting -

benefit of the few." common sense principles-it would give liberty-more necessary in this countrynow revision. Our articles are against FREE I the construction of the canal," although -

all our youth a good common school education than ever before-is respect for consti- TiLvDE-are against any system that would she is assured that the gentlemen
Mr. McDonald further says : -an education that makes them accom- tutional authority. And feeling thus, were introduce into the United States sugar, or who honor her by their presence and appli-

11 The Democratic party has always taken plished spellers, readers, mathematicians we a member ot the present Legislature we oranges, or cassava, or any other product of : cation, represent not less than $50,000,000 of

this view of the powers of the Federal grammarians,geographersbook-keepers and could neither vote for the "short cut" bill, Florida at a low or nominal tariff. capital, while $40,000,000 is enough to dig

ri Government and has the so-called historians, thus equipping them for all the which ignores and is intended to subvert the We have neither misrepresented nor mis- the canal; and this beside the rights of way
opposed ordinary avocations of life. If the ambitionof Constitution, nor in good conscience ask understood the positions attributed to Sen- asked for, which will aggregate about 100,000
protection policy as unconstitutional as wellas their parents or their own, incline themto the Governor to-sign it. We do not impugnthe ator Jones on this subject. His interview as acres more.-Savannah Newl.PROTECTION..
unwise and in its motives of those who favor the the writer senti-
especially platform of prepare for a professional career, the com- measureor reported by newspaper put
1876' demanded that all custom-house taxa- mon school law helps them on to the limit, question their patriotism. They are good ments in his mouth, which, if held by him,
men-our political friends-and have the are antagonistic to the interests of the people
leaves the of and
where it
tion should be only for revenue.' The reassertion bids them God speed mass but leaves our youth them to interest of the State at heart; but we are per-. of Florida. We can claim to have been in We do not believe for one instant that
: :' of this principle in the platform of their In suaded that in this measure their zeal to the past as earnest and sincere a politcal sup- Florida oranges cannot stand competition
rely on own or parental resources.
it is been bring about results speedily is hurrying of Senator Jones as our cotemporary against any grown elsewhere. We wouldbe
",' 1880, true, has denounced in this so far, therefore, as we are using money de- porter :
from the in them forward in a course which they will but we repeat at the risk of being charged sorry were that the case. Oranges from
chamber as remarkable blunder and it rived taxing people defrayingthe
other countries are valued ad valorem so that
repent when they come to measure its effects with "Bossism" that if Senator Jones is ,
of of
has been charged here and elsewhere that professional expenses course any of part education a collegiate of a few or by actual results. opposed to "protecting" Florida sugar, the 20 percent. protection we receive is mere

", the assertion of it had caused the defeat of at the of all I think We take for granted the doctrine that the Florida syrup, Florida cassava, Florida or- bosh. Twenty-five per cent. of what are
youths, we are
expense sovereign is lodged in the people and Florida lemons-in short all the shipped perish on the way, and those saved
"j the Democratic party in the last Presidential transcending the of the school w. power anges, pro-
purpose that they have the right to alter or changethe ductions of this State which come in com- are so inferior to our fruit that no comparison -
election. I deny said Mr. McDonald I am well aware that the limits are not be made. The best article will always -
organic law, but in doing so they are petition with the cheap labor of Cuba, Jamaica can
clearly defined in the statutes but by com-
:.' 41 most emphatically the truth of this charge, mon consent the public judgment; draws the bound to move in the methods they have Sicily and other tropical and semi- command the highest market, what-

and if in the late political contest the Re- distinction between languages, other than themselves provided, unless the necessitiesof tropical countries, he ought not, and should ever the price may be. The British govern-
the case aresuch, as to justify the laying not further represent us in the Senate of the ment tried every means to stimulate the pro-
and mathematics. The
publican derived from their own, higher ]
party any advantage duction of cotton the civil in
aside of all forms of law, ana a resort to United States. during war
the tariff issue, it was not by controverting former of these are of very slight practical what revolution. But in this case no necessity Our Fernandina contemporary has onlyto this country, in other parts of the world, yet
value in life to
except men following
': the decision laid down by the Democratic are called the learned professions; and the exists; the State is prosperous beyond any- look in this winter time on the thriving they are dependent on this for their supply.

: platform, but by falsely charging that the latter to only those who follow surveyingand thing in her recent history, as the able mes- wharves of his thriving town to appreciateand Europe wants more from us than we do from
Bloxham her. She can only beat us in a few things,
sage of Governor abundantly to understand the blessings of protec-
wish to in teach-
Democratic engineering, or
t party contemplated the repeal in academies engage is shows. No man's liberty is abridged or his tion. In Cuba there is slave labor, in Ja- and the more they send us the more they
,. ,: of all tariff laws, and the establishment of ing or colleges-that for securing pursuit of happiness hindered. All the maica twenty-five to fifty cents per day is will want from us. We scout the idea that
special calling.
a special equipment a
\ unconditional free trade, well knowing at My idea is that instead of spending money avenues industry, trade and employmentare the price of labor, in Italy labor is obtainedat we cannot compete with any country in the
i' the time that our governmental necessities raised by taxation in defraying the expensesof open alike to each and every citizen. as low as four francs per diem. How can world, for we are drawing the brains of other ':!
education for few it should be There is, therefore, no necessity here for Florida, paying from seventy-five cents to a nations to the United States. Protection
a higher a ,
could not permit the adoption of such a used to increase the facilities and advantagesof stepping beyond the constitutional method dollar and a quarter per day, compete with breeds monopoly and monopoly prevents I

policy. all. up to the limit the law intends to provided for effecting the desired change, countries not four thousand miles away," 'the protection of industries by others who

No, :Mr. President, the Democratic party carry them." and adopting another which many able and as our contemporary asserts, but at our very cannot withstand the pressure of the rich. I
': :. thoughtful men regard as revolutionary,and doors, as in the case of Cuba and Jamaica, Take the case of matches, which is one con-
'. .. was not defeated because it advocated a constitutional fined to few rich firms throw off the
,, ; open to grave objections.But unless a protective,tariff intervenes betweenus a ; yet
tariff and opposed the doctrine The Art Amateur for January is an admir- suppose the people do have power to and the pauper labor of those islands. duty and many poor men can follow the

r r'o t f( protection, and I trust on this subject, itwill' able number. It would be an excellent educator call a convention when they please, it does Sugar growers in Florida do not get from business with profit. Protection is giving to
take backward.; not follow that the Legislature has the same $250 to $300 per acre from their cane fields. the rich a power over the poor and prevent-
r. no step its motto of taste in art for the household, and
power. The Legislature is not the people ; There may be, and are exceptional cases of ing them from getting an opportunity to advance
i; be equal and exact justice to all men, exclusive an invaluable assistant in developing the they have no right to act for the people be- this enormous yield ; but we assert from a themsel ves.-Florida Agriculturist.

a t privileges to none, and with an artistic sentiment among the younger as wellas yond the charter of their power. That practical knowledge and a thorough investi-

i w abiding faith in the honesty and intelligence more mature members of the family. It charter is the Constitution itself. It limits gation, that the average will not yield $50 According to the Journal des Fabricants de
r the of each branch of the Govern- and this at not to be Sucre the of beet-root in
of the people its final triumph is certain." should have ''wider circulation and power per acre, an expense production sugar
a we ment, the legislative no less than the execu- compared with the wheat grower, who has Europe this year amounts to 1,920,000 tons,
,? : It is hardly necessary to amplify upon the know of no greater pleasure that could be tive and judicial departments. So, then the simply to cultivate,garner,and sell his crop, an increase of 137,500 tons over last year.

1 ? position taken by Senator McDonald. Mr. derived by the expenditure of four dollars present Constitution represents the voice of whereas the cane-grower must, in addition, Germany is still the greatest producer,head-

Carlisle, the probable Speaker of the next than would be procured by a year's sub- the people, and must do so until they by manufacture it into sugar or syrup before ing the list with 675,000 tons ; Austrian
4 their own act ordain otherwise. They very there is any market value to it. Hungary ranks next with 450,000 tons ;
House; Mr. Morrison, of Illinois,and scores scription. The publisher Montague Marks, recently had an opportunity to declare, in Our contemporary, in his zeal in behalf of France third, with 410,000 tons ; Polish

of others.have placed themselves on record No. 23 Union Square, New York. the way they had determined such declara- Senator Jones and General Finley, is guilty Russia'fourth, 275,000 tons.
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FLORIDA fillIP CANAL mercial success. (See report on the shoalson deposit of sand navigable, waters of a bay FALL 1882. ,
does make of | .T & T. KYDD I FALL 1882.
To the Editor of the Mirror: the Gulf coast etc.) not' a case nuisance. Being rev.
authorized law the
by presumption is that
My attention has been called to a typographical Apologizing for the length of this com- this is for the benefit' commerce, and he

(misprint) error at line 52, in my com- munication, but which I trust is warrantedby should state facts showing the contrary.

munication the above subjectin the Mirrorof the deep interest felt in the success of the What is authorized by1 law cannot' beheldto J & T. KYDD
be a nuisance the'assumption thata
the 13th, which reads: Yet,'when writing "Steamboat and Barge Canal" (projectedon condition upon upon which the authority is ex- PIO -

of the (new) [a ship canal] project General Gillmore's report and surveys), ercised has not been complied with. From Have and are weekly receiving their immense Fall Stock of 3o

"General Gillmore's 'report1 is altogether by many persons, not only in the States but the general allegation that a wharf being O

ignored.and one to be evolved from the'im- in Europe, and whose cordial cooperationin constructed in navigable waters, the pre- ,t.
sumption is that such wharf will be benefi-
"practicable uwanee' and dubious' St. its favor might for a time be retarded by cial to commerce, and is not injurious to SILKS, BROCADES, | DRESS GOODS

"Johns rivers named instead." For re- the blazoning of its rival scheme, the ill- commerce or a nuisance... ,

port" read "route," and my meaning is digested ship chimera" I have the honorto Order granting injunction reversed. 0
John A. Henderson, for appellant J. P. O m
made clearer. remain yours, respectfully, Jones and E. A. Perry, for appellee. 8i ,
The adjectives used in speaking of the A. C. e

Suwanee and St.Johns rivers were suggestedby St. Marys Ga., January 18, 188S. Livery Stable at a Bargain. : 00 '

my recollections of a communicationwith I offer at a bargain my entire establish- --: HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES -

a distinguished navigator, to whom the"Suwanee" HEAD-NOTES TO DECISIONS OF ment in this city, consisting of Carriages ,
SUPREME COURT. Buggies,Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage A i
was well known, and who had
Horses, Harness, etc. .
Trunks Valises Blankets and Comfortables.
shoals well its Terms of CASa .
sounded its many as as very JANUARY TERM, A. D. 1883. purchase, :
impracticable bar; as also General Gill -- G. F. AVERY.
Office and Stable-FirstStreet -1
more's report to the Senate, in which (af> Thomas Shally,Sheriff,George R. Fairbanksand Street Wharf. ,near Broom.
James M. Baker, Trustees Appel- 46 : a
the Suwanee H 1
he speaking of
page 15)) says lants E. C.
vs. Mary Spillman Margaret HOUSEKEEPING
bar:" Official reports show that some years Gay and others, Appellees-In equity, GOODS,

ago it was not considered safe for a vessel Putnam county.

drawing over five ((5))feet to attempt its passage RANDALL, C. J.: H. A full and complete stock at VERY LOW FIGURES.CLOTHINGCLOTHING. W

even on the high tide;" while, as regards the 1. The removal of the "Trustees of the
questionable shape of navigation at the St. Johns Colony," by the order of the Cir- #
very cuit Judge, and the appointment of other <
mouth of the St. Johns, one has only to
persons as such trustees does not,per se, operate wuoHROllAL .
to read the admirable articles in the Jack- to remove the same persons from the 11 'j1 1 ,
sonville Daily Times, which boldly states the position of"Trustees of the St. Johns Cooperative b
Colony," nor divest them of the .
truth, well known for some time to experts -
legal title to the property of the latter. A and handsome stock of latest -
affairs there large styles,
as to the desperate state of or ri1
2. A court of equity has no jurisdiction to .0 o
satisfy themselves by counting some twenty enjoin a levy and sale of land under execu- t

vessels of shallow draught, with their valuable tion unless by such sale an actual cloud p From LOW-PRICED to FINE Goods. bOrders
the title will be created.
upon complainant's AO
detained at heavy for
cargoes expense
Such a cloud is not prejudiced by a sale under -
over six weeks in the vain hope of passing an execution against one who never had
with safety one of the most treacherous (be- title or interest in the land. I Art
by mail receive prompt attention and Carefully filled s
cause constantly shifting) and hopelessly 3. Where a bill filed to enjoin a sale as a =W
cloud upon the title fails to show that the
uncontrollable bars on our eastern coast. interestin M
execution had
defendant in
ever an
Contrast with these unbiased statementsthe the land, such bill is demurrable, and O". cfc T. :E.."YDD ,

magnificent highway of waters indicated cause of demurrer may be interposed by an- G

by successive engineers and now swer.Decree reversed. 4KI $ rtft New York Offiee, 83 Walker Street, \ FEMANDUA! FLORIDA.

adopted as the natural terminus of the great Fleming & Daniel, for appellants; J. C.

., canal, which is designed to effect the "junction -: Marcy &Son, for appellees.

of the Mississippi and the Atlantic"and FALL 1ss r. | J.. & X. KYDDI FALL 1882.F. .

efface the dangers incident to commerce by Daniel F. Sullivan, Appellant, vs. James N.

the navigation of the Bahamas and the reefs Moreno, Appellee-Escambia county.
of Florida.! WESTCOTT, J. :

Speaking of the eastern: outlet and terminus 1. Upon bill filed and notice of intended MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT.
application for an injunction the defendantmay ,
of that of the states Pure.
work one reports : l
at once file his answer, and the rules IMPORTERS.

Leaving, the Okefenokee the route passes governing the action of the chancellor will POWDER never varies. A marvel The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States. t
into the tranquil waters of the great St. be the same as those which prevail upon THIS purity,strength and wholesomeness.More .
:Marys river, which, from this point, (some hearing upon bill and answer. economical than the ordinary kinds, CROCKERY CHINA AND GLASSWARE.Lamps .
fifty miles from its mouth) pours its gener- 2. The rule in this State anterior to the and cannot be sold in competition with the ,
ous flood, unimpeded by rock or shoal, into legislation of 1861, Chapter 1,098 Laws, was, multitude of low test,short weight, alum or Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and
the broad bosom of the Atlantic. Ships That where all the equities of the bill are phosphate powders. Sold only' in cans. Willow-Ware, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.
drawing from sixteen to eighteen feet of denied by the answer, it is not, of course, to ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., p-SOLE STATE AGENTS FOR THE :MONITOR OIL STOVES. I
water are loaded at the frequent saw-mills dissolve the injunctions vest in the discre- 38 106 Wall Street, New York. ;
found along its banks; a magnificent chan tion of the court to be governed by the nature Dinner Sets, $15 to $75; Tea Sets, $4 to $35; Chamber Sets, $3 25 to $25; Parlor Lamps,
nel, deepening in many places to forty feet, and circumstances of the case..' Under $125 to $15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $150 to $8. Table Cutlery, Plated
offers a superb outlet for the immense traffic the legislation referred to, either party in J. H. PRESCOTT Ware, Tea Trays, Coffee Urns, Pots,etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels,
which will, ere long, traverse this favored such case has the right to introduce evidence Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY, STOCKTON & KNIGHT, 1'
highway of, mighty waters, while last, but in support or denial of the bill, and 48 No. 13 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
by no means least, amongst the favorable the accompanying affidavit or answer, and
concurrence of circumstances nature seemsto the chancellor determines the matter according DEALER
have lent towards this enterprise, is the to the weight of the evidence. The (.'"T-,- 'JIK- S. B. HUBBAKD & CO. ,
fact that St. :Marys, the Atlantic terminus of rule stated is modified to this extent. The r;
the route, is situated in one of the most favored cases of Carter vs. Bennett, 6 Fla., 236; JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
sections of the Union. Linton vs. Denham, 6 Fla., 543, and Allenvs.
Fanned by the constant sea breezes from Hawley, G Fla., 142, referred to and fol WHOLESALE AND ;RETAIL DEALERS IN 1

the broad Atlantic, the sea islands and southern lowed. Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils,
section of the Georgian sea-board have 3. In a case where the bill sets up a par-

always been proverbial for the salubrity of ticular title, and the answer in responsiveterms $ r PUMPS, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR MILLS, RUBBER AND LEATHER
their exquisite semi-tropical climate; but at denies its existence, and the defend
St. Marys, the orange and the myrtle, the ant produces a duly certified copy of a deed _BELTING, STEAM AND ,1 IITHIIvG.HAZARD'S '
oleander and cape jessamine perfume the showing the nature of the title in aid of this p- POWDER BARBED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjanl
once beautiful gardens theSouthern planters responsive denial, the fact that the plaintifffails d
who, before the war, were wont to resortto to explain the matter or to support his
that favored region for health and pleasure allegation, is a circumstance which should Ladies, River and Ocean Steamboats.

; while cane, corn and cotton (the latterof have weight with the chancellor. Misses',
the famous sea island quality) "still 6. Where the injury complained of is one
gladden the heart of the husbandman." arising from the right of property in the Children's MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !
soil, such as continued trespasses amounting /
In conclusion, it should be borne in mind and Infants',
to a nuisance or threatened irreparable Men's
that this design of a canal, from St. Marysin injury, plaintiff should set up his title in Boys' J

the Atlantic to St. :Marks on the Gulf terms clearly showing his ownership. and Youths',
fl oast,is no hap-hazzard, ill-digested scheme 4. Under the legislation of this State the
title to the submerged soil from the chan- FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .
rmt the result of careful surveys and explora- nel to the shore is in such riparian proprietor -
tions dating as far back as 1815 and 1820, when as is contemplated by the act of Decem-

jBrigadier General Bertrand (a distinguished ber 27, 1856. That act to constitute riparian .
proprietorship requires a water boundaryand
engineer officer of France who the fall
on REwEDhitc: :
an allegation by plaintiff that the party
bf the great Napoleon cast his lot with the through whom he claims title owned and

young republic of the West, and was immediately possessed parcels of land "lying on the
promoted to the first rank, and bay," and that such party had been for uttan aah G ; L nm
thirty years in quiet possession and enjoyment ,
entrusted with our greatest public works) of all the rights of a riparian proprietor AND
caused an accurate survey for a canal to bemade does not constitute a sufficient allega-

of the St. Marys river on the very lines tion of riparian' proprietorship. Lying
upon the bay" does not necessarily consti-
more recently adopted by the late Colonel tute a water boundary and the exercise of .ISLIPPERSIEmbracing

Raiford, and our present highly distin- the rights of a riparian owner does not nec- : : ,.

guished engineer-in-chief, General Gillmore.To essarily make him such owner. Where
those locally acquainted with the topography plaintiff seeks extraordinary relief by inJunction New and Popular -
on the ground of a particular title,
of our section the wisdom of the his allegations must be clear and precise to

route indicated by such distinguished (and such title.
disinterested) engineers is, of course appar- 6. Simple occupancy and possession of
part of the soil between the line of ordinary '" FINE STEAMSHIPS-
ent also the ofa r
numerous advantages
high tides and the edge of the channel in
steamboat and barge canal over the very the navigable waters of a bay, do not give a CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS.

costly and possibly impracticable ship canal. right to redress injuries to rights of owners FURNISHINGAND STATE OF TEXAS, 1,543 TONS.
of other of this soil thus I.
General Gillmore names ten feet as sufficient portions not occu- -0' CARONDELET, .. w 1,508 TONS.
pied. This action is for 'the true owner of \. .
depth; for such a canal. During a visit in that soil. Query: Whether since the act of 'y if WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
connection!; with this work to New Orleans 1856 as between grantor and grantee,a sim- B-u-J3EEB GOODS.atTHE .

the writer took the displacement of the ple riparian boundary, as contemplated by

. steamer which brought the the act of 1856, operates by legal presump-i ; NEW STORE.- & .
"champion tion to carry the right to the soil to the edge I
load of cotton for the season,amounting to of the channel? ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

5,000 bales and found the displacement to 7. The right of free passage in or the navigation i :B W. F. WOOD, Jr., }} SC .
be only six feet. General Gillmore's allow- of the waters of a port is subordinateto
the general commercial interests of such
ance of ten feet is therefore ample for all port, and when there is a conflict navigationmust > {j Proprietor, } EJC

purposes. But for a ship canal the excava- yield to commerce. The power of pas- of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
tions should be at least 24 to 25 feet (see sage upon or navigation of such waters may > Ca > ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
General Gillmore's ) be destroyed by filling the space before that sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. *
report a depth which
time occupied by water with material neces-
would not only This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina' and New
enormously increase the sary or proper to be used in the constructionof 'II : :
cost and estimates for a canal, but which, in structures beneficial to commerce, and York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
such structures not nuisances, either
certain formations of the peninsula be are
found might public or private. s 51 The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
with} utterly" impracticable. Those familiar 8. Under the laws of this State wharves, AND ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close 3
the rottm limestone" sections and"sinks when constructed by a riparian proprietor connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
," not unfrequent: throughout the are not purprestures, nor are they to be pre- 51 Sr : ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
State will easily understand the fatal objec- sumed to be nuisances "as constituting an JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT '
tions indicated. obstruction to commerce. They are struc- .- :IIFernandina : RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
over and above these tures authorized by the sovereign and by PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with. FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
difficulties and the "height of the summit' law declared to be beneficial to commerce.So LAKE WEIR. .
level" contemplated for the ship canal route, also is the deposit of stone or other like O -e>
but not mentioned would be the extremely material in the waters of a bay from the : '; TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
shore line to the channel authorized by law.
costly marine works including a channel All this is, however, subject to the condi- O j j} E:: freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to .' .
harbor and mole extending five miles into tion that the wharf constructed or the deposit v <
the Gulf on the west coast, in order to make merce made of the is port.for the benefit of the com- a -j Cor. Centre & Third. } lEi FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.Agent, .

a practical approach for ships of any such 9. Plaintiff alleging obstruction to navi-( C. H. MALLORY & CO., I -

draught as would make the canal a com- gation by the construction of a wharf or the w-THE NEW STORE. I Pier 20 East River, New York. 51rrHE '"

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j ': ; :;:' I '. HOME INTERESTS. very gentle oven from an hour to an hour I GENERAL DIRECTORY. Assessor a -
BAKER COUNTY. I of laxes
J 1 -Thomas
lJ Barco
,' .;. .' and a half. Serve cold in slices. This is a Plant. Cotton
1/ County Judge-R. D. Davis Sanderson.
: I ON THE THRESHOLD. nice dish for lunch. United States .Officers.LAND Collector
'! ,', Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. of Revenue-Frederick N.
:IV* l, ; t The holidays give us a little time to look POTATO JELLY.-On teaspoonful of potato GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. Fov'

.. f :: ;i' back upon the past and forward into the flour pour half a pint of boiling water, and a OFFJcij t Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin
f 'r. f'...; I future. We can review the past; but our when perfectly dissolved let it boil a moment. Regz.ster-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. '

1/11' r' : only means of seeing at all into the future I Remove from the fire and flavor with nutmeg Receiver John F..Rollins, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY.
.I r.I'f is by measuring the lines and curves of the ; add sugar to taste.This is nutritiousand Suneyor-General-Malachi Martin, Talla- Sanderson.
,::0./ : and their hassee. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West
present calculating convergence easily digested by invalids. Potato flouris Schools-A.
Superintendent of J. W. Cobb, Clerk-Peter
; DISTEICT..,COUET. T. Knight Key West
and divergence in the coming days. The obtained by grating raw potatoes into cold Olustee.
4.,,: .j it man that is conscious of a growing appetite water. The rappings fall to the bottom, like Judge-Thomas'Settler' Jacksonville. BRADFORD Shenff George A. Demerritt, Key West
COUNTY. Assessor
: ''; r:';' ', for knowledge, and is making constant in- paste. These are rinsed thoroughly, dried Marshal-3. H. Durkeev:Jacksonville. i of'Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr,
,- ::1 '', "i' tellectual acquisitions, is sure enough that and pulverized. For infants and invalids Clerk Philip Walter, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West.

,:;-", ,r' ;. his path is leading upward in that respect. potato flour may be made into many agree INTERNAL REVENUE.Collector Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Jr.Collector of Revenue-Walter C. Maloney>
/ 3 F ; He who is conscious of growth in the grace able forms. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West.
: ', .,' Dennis ISagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris
.. .. ,. of patience, of faith of hope, of charity, is To SWEETEN RANCID BUTTER.-Mix together Butler. West. ,Key
:: r.i sure that his path is leading upward. He COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. _
", four ounces of salt, two of loaf and a
::1, I ( t' who finds himself more and more endeared of of sugar, John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.
quarter an ounce saltpetre.
;:: '"'*' ''J.?' \ to vice, to habits of strong drink, of tobacco pound of butter allow half an ounce of every this Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville.John Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-
1' f. of profanity, cannot but see that his 1 mixture. Put all together into a kettle and F. House, St. Augustine. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.

k-,; : ,:> .5 steps tend downward toward the abyss. The : melt the butter gradually; let it get quite, Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina.
time to "cease to do evil and learn to do hot, throw into it while melted slices of BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff-Peter Cone, Fernandina
::: r. f :. well" is always the present moment; but' charred bread and let them stay half an hour. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland Fer-
1. State Officers. '
1 : (/ to young people, and to some people not Then skim Point. nandina.
I out carefully and remove all
': : :. t young, it seems easier to begin a new life of scum, take the kettle from the fire, and let EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Barren F. Scott Fer-
: / t action on New Year's Day-to turn over a it:cool. Butter tbus sweetened answers Governor Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee.LieutenantGovernorLivingston Assessor'of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- nandina. '
1 per-
;" ;; new leaf and, forgetting the past, reach forward fectly for all cooking W. Bethel gianna. Superintendent of Schools W.A. Mahoney
..:. : 4! to those things that are before. It is purposes. Key West.Secretary Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or Callahan. .

,' f y'' always well to begin a long walk moderately of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY.

,,'" ; and as one becomes accustomed to the HOW TO COOK A CANVASBACKDUCK. lahassee. ,':rComptrollerSUaD. of Schools-A.. Grady, La County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando. I.,

exercise the pace may be quickened, and the Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.
whole walk may be so managed that one Treasurer A. Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas W.
To ROAST A CANVAS-BACK DucK.Pluckthe -Henry L'Engle, Shine Fort Reid.
e shall come in exhausted.at the end quite fresh and by duck except wings and head. Cut off Attorney-General--George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J.. T. Copeland, Orange'Park. Assessor" of Taxes James, :M. Owens, Fort -
no means want just this Reid
hassee. r la.
'. the wings. Draw the whole inside and wind
,; r ; kind of management to do better. in There our will New be Year's 365 daysin beginning pipe. Put alcohol small flat pan ; set fire Commissioner of.Lands-P. W. White. 'Clerk-. 0. A. Buddington, Green CoveSprings. Sanford.Collector of Revenue-Richard. H. Marks,
to it and hold the duck the flame
; over one
;, r S 1882, and it is just as vital that we should minute. Clean the duck by rubbing with a Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green CoveSprings. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks
live right one day of those days another.
Foster Tallahassee. Fort Reid. .
dry cloth. Cut off the neck and head. Take ,
We be virtuous for
can't and
too no such acts of to-day tomorrow the skin off the head, and remove the eyes. Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.
.1 ; supererogation are Put the head inside the duck, with the end BUREAU IMMIGRATION._ Collector of Rcrenue-'Vm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison Palatka.
to So let ,
possible us. us begin as we can
; hold out. Those who are accustomed to run of the bill just sticking out; season inside Commissioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- Maxville. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.

I' long inclines and walk straight the with salt and pepper, and truss in the ordi- see.ClerkR. Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Sheriff Thomas Shally.
up up fashion. The C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. :
: mountain side without losing breath-let nary web feet are not cut off. Assessor-S. E. Timmons. :

..5 S them thus run and walk. So perhaps maywe Roast on the spit for about fifteen minutes, Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Ret'e1me-Joseph: Price.

run and walk when we have attained few minutes more or less, according to size. Building, Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr.,Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. )

their vigor. But however weak we may bee To BROIL A CANVAS-BACK DUCK.lean SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Strickland. ,

n we not rise a little every day, be a little as for roasting. Split the duck on the back, Chief JusticeE.. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff" J. W. Perry, Lake City TAYLOR COUNTY.

wiser, or kinder or more charitable ; a little season and anoint with sweet oil. Put the Associate Justice--J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas Assessor of Taxes-L,.W. Rivers, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.

less repining, unhappy,desponding ; a little duck in a double gridiron with hinge. Cook see. '" Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry. "
more courageous, hopeful, aspiring? over a very brisk fire for about twelve min Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
,) Those who are in the habit of keeping a utes. When placed on dish pour over i it Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.

pocket diary during the year do not need tobe melted butter, with lemon juice, salt, pepper Clerk C.H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry. ?

told how its value increases as the years and chopped parsley. CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack- County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton,Perry.
go on. To SERVE CANVAS-BACK DUCK. Canvasbacks County Suneyor-D. N. Cox
,: A First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell Pen- sonville. Perry.
," .;' Slow our days in childhood, and the should be served on hot plates, sacola. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
lass and eaten as soon as taken off the fire. Serve Second Circuit-David S. Walker:Tallahas Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. 1 Assessor of Taxes S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .

Of light seem long betwixt the morn and with them currant jelly, fried hominy f in see. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.

r .i eve ; round oblong shapes, and celery salad. Third Circuit E. J. Vann, Madison. ville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus-
With swifter lapse they glide in manhood, Charles Delmonico, in Spirit of the Times. Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, tine.

"' ., And in age they fly; till days and seasons I Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
.; Flit before the mind as flit the snowflakes i THE CUBAN SUGAR CROP.THE ville.Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine

In a winter's storm, seen rather than distin- ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes David L. Dunham, St. _
Mitchell, Tampa. I HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.

'.+ A pocket diary enables one to go back and VERY POOR. Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Collector of Ret'e1zue-Joseph F. Llambias,

t .. count the snowflakes as they fall. It fixes Private advices received in New York from Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. .St. Augustine.

the dates of occurrences, and keeps from Cuba represent this as an extraordinarily. Court Calendar. Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
oblivion much that it is pleasant to remem- disastrous year for the sugar. A gentlemanwho Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. St. Augustine. .:'
ber. One word under a certain date will be has journeyed, for purposes of observa FIRST CIRCUIT. Collector of Rt1enueYo H. H. :McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY.: ',:,'

enough to call up a whole panorama of tion, from Cienfuegos to Encrueyada, and Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry S.CassidyfXeesburg, ,
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. !
agreeable things. thence to Sierra Morena, reports that the of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. .
The thoughtful and conscientious woman cane-fields present a melancholy sight. The Walton, 4th Monday in .October. erts, Ancrum. Sheri-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

will hardly! consent to begin the new yearby cyclone of September last did great damage, Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Assessor Taxes-G.. P. Wall Webster.
putting to the lips of her brother what and the long drought following upon it i in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. I Collector of Re1enue-J. R. G. Hamilton
may at the last bite like a serpent and completed the work of destruction. In Ci Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday I County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville. ,

.5 S sting like an adder." The practice of sere enfuegos the prospect is exceedingly bad, in October. 1 ville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke
, ing wines at New Year's calls is not nearlyas but from Sagua to Sierra Morena it is still Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksv ilIe. Sumterville. ,

{; prevalent in the best houses as it was, worse, the canes in many places actually October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. SUWANEE COUNTY.
,. and is far more honored in the breach than looking as if fire had passed over them. Of Escambia, IsfMonday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon,Brooks
in the observance." Whatever may be the even the best of them the tops are scorched This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live

constitutions and the customs of Englishmen and shriveled, the canes are thin and the 10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Re1enue-F. M. Townsend, Oak.ClerkRobert
:': and Germans and Frenchmen, it is certain joints are short. Spring Term. Brooksville. A. Reid, Live Oak.
; that in this THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
climate and with American In many fields the cane has been killed to Assessor Taxes
born citizens the alcoholic habit is deadly. such an extent that a complete replanting I Spring Term- Fort Dade. born. of -W. H. Sessions, Wei-

' 'Y 'j Many can taste liquors and drink them with will be necessary as soon as rains all fall 1 Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector Revenue
-Robeit F. Allison
apparent impunity; but with others a single and render that work practicable. Of the April.Madison. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak. ,
t r glass drives reason from its throne, and plantations tUat have begun grinding the 2d Monday in April. Clerk Wm. C. Brown Superintendent
Tampa. of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
lest we make our brother to offend, shall we most fortunate will not make'more than Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft Live Oak.
1 5' not refrain from whatever be half Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.
may a stumbling their ordinary yield. There is much Assessor of Taxes-S.E. Sparkman
w block to him? complaint that the negroes will not work, in April.Columbia. Collector of Re1enue-'V. F. Burts COUNTY.
t As we turn over the leaves of the little and among landed proprietors the subject i is 3d Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson, Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
S. L' diary which is to contain the record of 1883, actively agitated of organizing in each dis in April. Tampa. prise.
"w, we cannot but wonder what will be written trict to fix rates of pay for plantation laborand Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.

I' on these blank pages. We are told on one to obtain from the government the in April. JEFFERSON. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise.
S .': of the first pages of the book on what days enactment of strict vagrancy laws.-Philadelphia Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
' ;.. the eclipses of the sun and moon will take Times. Taylor, 1st ;Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.

," 11: place, what the morning and evening starswill October. Clerk-\V. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue John B. Jordan, De-

. )I., be during the year, when the seasons Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land. '
I :'I will begin and end, and are given the dates TICK'S FLORAL GUIDE Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

-:: ; 10,' of the movable feasts, and the number of 1883 is an Elegant Book of 150 pages, Suwannee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise.

' 1' '. this year in the various circles. But we are FOR Colored Plates of Flowers and Vegetables in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
r II J Ji not told that in the darkest hour of the sun's and more than 1,000 Illustrations of Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon County Judge W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

,I't i eclipse our joy may culminate, or that when the choicest Flowers, Plants and Vegetables, October. 1 ticello. Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.
Venus is at her brightest our star of hope and Directions for growing. It is handsome Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

may have set, or that on the great festival enough for the Centre Table or a Holiday in October. keenah. Superintendent :of Schools-W. T. Duval,

day of the year we may be clad in mourning Present. Send on your name and post-office FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville.

;; I or that on fast day we may be rejoicing address, with 10 cents, and I will send yo Spring Terror County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer-TV. W. Walker, Craw-

.' with great joy. There is One to whom the a copy, postage paid. This is not a quarter St. John's, 2d Tuesday March. Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. fordville..
future is as the past, and He is wise and kind. of its cost. It is printed in both Englishand Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. Collector of Revenue-W. H. Walker,Craw-

\ I If He leads us, though we walk by open German. If you afterwards order seeds Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools J.C.Ramsey,New ford ville.
':.l : graves of those we love best, through fiery deduct the 10 cents. Vick's Seeds are the Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy.County. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw-
furnaces affliction, or along flowery high best in the world. The Floral Guide will Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville.

z ,\, ways of prosperity and peace, or eventhrough tell how to get and grow them. Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy.
:: the dark valley and shadow of Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 175 Fall Terror Collector of Revenue-Newton' Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.

.+\. '.,' death, all will be well.-New York Tribune pages,6 Colored Plates,500 Engravings. Fo St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Troy.
l.rt '" 50 cents in paper covers; $1 in elegant cloth Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley, New Troy. W. P. STREETY,
In German English. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October.
.. RECIPES. Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 32 Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd Tallahassee. opposite the Post-Office,

!. CHARLOTTE RUSSE,-Mix with the yolks of pages, a Colored Plate in every number and Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A. Moseley Tallahassee., rr -- ,
;,!r"' four eggs a quarter of a pound of granulatedsugar many fine Engravings.; Price $1.25 a year; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. ,Tallahassee.
'f ;,. and to this half a pint of milk.
five copies for $5. numbers sent -
. Specimen
FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of N.Felkel !
. Schools-Henry ., +
', Put it over the fire till it begins to thicken for 10 cents; three tnal copies for 25 cents. Tallahassee. f-1
,{. like custard, then add half a pint of very stift i JAMES VICK, Spring Term .
' Sumter 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly, Tallahassee.
: jelly made from gelatine. Strain it ,
through 5 Rochester N. Y.
- Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce Talla-
. ll'l E a napkin ; put in a pan on the ice a pint of I Marion, 4th Monday in March. ,
I Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday i in hassee.
very rich cream, flavored to taste, ana whip
: it.until it looks like float ESPECIALLY FOR THE March. Assessor of Taxes-G.A. Croome, Tallahassee.
i- ; pour the cream I
>' t' into another dish, andput: the custard in the SEEDS SOUTH Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday i in 4

\, / :. pan on the ice; stir it with a wooden spoonuntil Improved COTTON, March. LEVY COUNTY.
:'( t, it becomes thick like jelly; then add GRAIN GI1AS E s. Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; ry-t
", .;' the cream very lightly. The mixture should wl + %" &VEdETABil tee. March. Clerk J. M. Barco, Bronson.
:, i" look like light sponge cake before itis baked. il 41i eat farmers,seed- Fall Term Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. ,
"J1 .? Line a pan or mould with lady's fingers growers and seed Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. .-
;ut":. r pour the charlotte in it and place it on the, _: p ---- where dealers ,any hence* Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
r':, ice till wanted. Aaoe! greatestfacilities Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Key.
/' = BEST SEEDS for, Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
; PLUM PUDDINQ.-Suet, chopped fine, six '..i'r in and farm Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson.
! I ,. ounces; Malaga raisins, stoned, six ounces; It Manual- November. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
; j' currants, nicely washed itory, descrip- MADISON COUNTY.
t and picked
t., ,'. l ; bread-crumbs, three ounces: flour, =_ rbestGrains.Grass-- Spring Term County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi
three three *! Potatoes, IQcUu ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
f ounces one-sixth son.
17 of
S ; eggs, a nutmeg
small blade of _,, i _mll- Jqyu of Flowering Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff S. M. Hankins :Madison. PUMPS DRIVEN WELLS ETC.
: mace, same quantity of Bnlba and Plants for hones or garden, FREE* Volusia 3d in ,
I:: t cinnamon pounded fine, half a teaspoonful Spring Catdloffv of Field, Garden.Clover and Tree Monday February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison A large stock of Stoves hand. Give
of salt Seeds and Plants.FILE E. Eit>l v' farmerf Almanae, Brevard, 1st Monday in March. on mea
p not quite half a pint of milk, four 8500 prize essays on Southern Gardening,1O cents Dade, 3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, call, and compare my prices with those of
1 ounces of sugar, candied lemon one ounce, HIRAM SlBLEY & CO.. Beadsmen, Fall Term- Madison. other houses, here or elsewhere.
citron half an ounce. Beat eggs and spice 1 oekester,iS,Y. a$4 ChIc g I16sfR4TEO. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison.
t/c" ,Ii' well together; mix the milk with them by Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Revenue M. H Warring, Mad
'I' \ Volusia, 2d Monday in September. G. F. VERY,
degrees then
the rest of the ingredients dip
a .fine, close linen cloth into boiling waterI Brevard.4th Monday in September.Dade ison.Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad
2d in .
and put? it in a hair sieve; flour it a little, Monday November. ison. I

pour in the mixture and tie it up close, putit f MANATEE COUNTY.
into a saucepan containing six quarts of PatcI County Officers.
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford Manatee.
.. boiling water; keep a kettle of boiling water LIVERY
S. Griffith
alongside of it, and fill the
up pudding
the water wastes boil six hours at least.potas L- Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
r ville. Assessor of Taxes S. J. Tyler, Bradentown To and from Steamers and Trains.
-Chop not very fine one Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING ETC.
of lean ,
pound and
one pound of the inside o

rv ii ii in11 j ii i J iiii i i Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash.
fat; strew over and mix thoroughly with .. .Le .teas to au applicants and to CUB- Assessor Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward FOR SALE:
ofaxes-George W Hawthorne
the chopped meat two tamers of last orderingIt It contains ,
teaspoonfulsofsalt, about 176 Deg sa illustrations, prices, accurate Hawthorne. Pine Level. HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS,
teaspoonful of pepper, the same of mixed descriptions and valuable directions for planting Collector of Revenue H.C. Denton Gaines MARION COUNTY. CARTS AND WAGONS.33Office .
parsley thyme, sage and sweet basil all 1500 varieties of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, ,
Plants, Fruit Trees,etc. Invaluable to all ville. TERIS CASH.'tI
minced fine. Press espec County Judge Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.
very meat closely ally to Market Gardeners. Send for it 1
and evenly in a shallow tin, and bake in a D. M.FERRY & CO. DETROIT M IOti. Gainesville.Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. and Stable-First Street, near
Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf




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GREEK CHAPEL CLOSED. .e and harm- Office on Second Street, (over Wm. Lake's

To the Editor of The Mirror: FERNANDINfflu less.dandruff Removes restores Jewelry Store), .
NEW YORK, January, 1883.j preventsbaldncss natural color and FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

Less than a'month separates us from U SO rents and |1 Antesthetics administered when required.

beginning of Lent, and for that reason t j t he Suwannee River between RowlandiBluff itze at UruggiiU. Fifteen years experience. Fees moderate. In Effect January 7tht 1S8.S.

ball season while shorter is all the more and Cedar Keys. The rail connectior;; ,FLOBESMNCOLOGrlE
tive. Devotees of Terpsichore have to between Savannah and Rowland's Bluff ha; G .3
Of the Profile House White Moun- GOING SOUTh.
almost night and tire been time completed.A fS ,
in harness every pa > some
office of th an An iqnUiUly hrgrant tains, and New York and Boston, Leave Femandina....................... 8.00a.m. I" Kl
them. A issued from the perfume with
is beginning to tell on promine circular exceptionally luting BARBER AND FRISEUR, :Leave Hart's Road....................._ 8.42a.m. s'
society lady, whose small and earlys"'erybody > reight department locates the landings b ngt properties. Leave Callahan.......................... 9.48 a.m. 1
is anxious to go to, told me the ota: t ween New Bradford and Cedar Kegs; as fo. S5 and It ceott. AT EGMONT HOTEL. Leave Dutton........................ ....10.15 a.m. "

that she had never seen as a looKing :.,M.finta Fe, Hatch's Bend,Tow-nseiid.4'0 PARKER'S Hair-{Jutting and Shampooing done for Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 a.m. '
day poor ago? 't-ii-. LLI _, .mnmTnr: ;-i asked. Ladies and Children. Leave Baldwin...................:.......11.05 a.m.
lot of debutantes as this year. Theie I was making extensive alterations on my CINCER TONICAn Ladies waited upon at their residences. 4 Leave Maxville..........................11.32 a.m.

was an unusually large number of girls to Leave Highland.........................11.55 a.m.
out this winter, and among them there farm, and engaged a lot of laboreis. As generally Invigorating Medicine that Never IntoxicatesThis LOUIS A. C. LANGE, Leave Lawtey ....................._.....12.15 p.m. 1'.
come happens, one of them Was a profes- delicious combination of Ginger. Buchu, Leave Temples..........................12.30 p.m.
was an abundance of good looks, and in a sional bad man, and he set out net alone to Mandrake Stillingia and many other of the best ; UPHOLSTERER, Arrive Starke............................12.34: p.m. '

great many instances positive and great but to make the othera dissatis- the vegetable bowels remedies,stomach known,liver,kidneys cures all and disorders lungs,&is of Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m.
beauty. But the poor things have been annoy me Best I Foot of Centre Street, Leave Thurston ....................:..... 1.06p.m.
ball from din- fied. One day he made himself particularly The and Sorest Cough Cure Ever Used. Arrive Waldo.............................. 1.30 p.m. :
dragged around from ball to disagreeable; in fact, provoked a ;ifight. Al- Nervousness If you are,suffering WakefulnesJ from.Rheumatism Female Complaints Dyspepsia FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m.

ner to dinner, until untrained nature re- though he was a man much large*than my- ,age or any disease or infirmity, take Parker'iGinitt Furniture repaired in the best manner. Leave Gainesville.........!u.............. 2.27p.m.
belled. There is scarcely a healthy, strong Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave Arredondo.......::1.............. 2.43 p.ni.
girl them. and many have to self, weighed perhaps thirty pounds more, I and give you new life and vigor. notice. 36 Leave Batton...............:.............. 2.57p.m.
looking among saw that I had to settle matters mice for all, 100 DOLLARS Leave Archer...............t.............. 3.15 p.m. .
resort to rouge to give their cheeks a touchof Paid for anything injurious found in Ginger Tonicor HENRY BARKER : Bronson .. .. .... .
and tackled him. We fought a couple of Leave .. .. : ..... 3.50 p.m -
for failure to or cure.
color. Now. this is not right. It is un- rounds, and I found him a nasty nstomer. 600.aid a .duo a&help dw..1A ding' large taring DUTlng! ICNSED LUMBER Leave Otter Creek.........:............... 4.27 p.m. a;
fair to 9ur young women to treat them so, $1 Six*. Stud for circular to Hucoz*Co.,163 WmJaLS.Y.Drugs L ANDTIMBER Leave Rosewood........... .............. 5.02p.m.

and I am in favor of the formation of a so- Thanks to my science, howeverj I finally INSPECTOR, Arrive Cedar Key...................... 5.35 p.m.
managed to get a blow in on the side of his FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Debu- GOING NOKTH.
head, which knocked him senseless. I was i The best attention .
tantes." thai I had at- and Medicines.ESTA.3LISHED given to the shipment Leave Cedar Key......... ...-............. 7.25 a.m.
arrested and the fellow swore of Lumber Ties
Timber etc.
At the invitation of one of the professorsof : Leave Rosewood............................ 8.05 a.m.
the Deaf Mute Asylum, I attended a ball tacked him with a blunt instrument. The 1875. I tion Accounts promptly. made up and satisfac- Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.

jury in the little place agreed with him, for guaranteed.For Leave Bronson............................. 9.22 a.m. .
given by these people a few evenings ago at could not understand that Is man of the past ten years with Colonel J. C. Leave Archer............................. 9.52 a.m.
they Read to whom reference.
Lyric Hall, and a very novel and, at the : apply for 25 Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m.
same time, interesting experience it was. my size could whip so big a fellow with his = DRUGS = I Jr. :Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m. I
bare fists. I had to pay a fine of j$500, but DAVID J. TAYLOR, Leave Gainesville........................10.50 a.m. i ,

The mutes in question were all graduatesof do you know I thought the indirect compli- __ AND __ I Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m. ,
that institution. A great many were was worth -- : SHIP BROKER AND INSPECTOROF Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m.
that f
married, and the majority of the women jury. my prowess -MEDICINEsl-- Leave Thurston...........................12.24 p.m. .
were pretty though a peculiar quick, star- $500?"' { -- LUMBER AND TIMBER, Arrive Starke............................12.38 p.m. J
The Russian Greek Chapel, ov'er which Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m. J:
tled expression brought on by their failing the Rev. Nicholas Bjerring presided, has FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Temple's........................... 1.09p.m.. if i"

which haunted their eyes, detracted from Leave Lawtey _........................... 1.33 p.m. I-
been closed by a ukase of the Czar It was Office corner Centre and Second Sts. 25 .. .... ... ....
their appearance. They had a very supe- HORSEY & CO. Leave Highland.. .. .. .. 1.55 p.m.
an expensive affair to the Russian Govern- Leave Maxville........................... 2.19 p.m. ,
rior band and it to how they
was queer see ment, and did no particular goof, as the JAMES McGIFFIN, Arrive Baldwin......... .................. 2.43 p.m ';

regulated their steps and kept time to the who attended it '- the AND BUILDER Leave Baldwin .......................... 2.53p.m.
people were peo-
movement of the leader's baton, for the the/ :1PHARMACISTSCentre I 1= CONTRACTOR Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m. *

strains evolved from the instruments of the ple of the Russian Consulate, for chapelwas Leave. Dutton ............................. 3.35p.m. t
conducted in a kind of snobbish man- Alachna Street, between Second and Third, Leave Callahan........................... 4.25 p.m. J..1
musicians were, of course, lost upon them. ner which precluded the attendance of poor Street, FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 p.m. t
Nearly all of them were expert dancers,and back to Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50p.m. Ii
Russians. Father Bjerring will i go FERNANDINA FLORIDA
Orders and estimates from distance
some of the young women were sylph-like a care- Trains daily
except Sunday. fJ
teaching, a profession he filled before he be- fully attended to. 25-tf .
in their other at the -
Among things
grace. constantly on hand a fine assort- .r 9
entertainment there was a handsome prize came a Greek Pope. j KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- O. S. OAKES

for the best lady dancer. Mr. Wallace, the WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS.-Is z. reliable] EIGN and DOMESTIC CONTRACTOR '

well-known dancing master, was the judge. midicine that never does any harmand! that AND BUILDER,

Without hesitation he awarded the honor to prevents and cures disease by keeping the Drugs and Chemicals, PENINSULAR DIVISION.
stomach in order, the bowels regular, and MANUFACTURES
a young deaf mute lady, the wife of a deaf the kidneys and liver active. Such a medi- Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines, DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF GOING SOUTH.

' mute. There were six speaking competitors cine is Parker's Ginger Tonic. It relieves' ALL SIZES. Leave Waldo Junction................ 1.40 p.m. .

'I against her.Noticing every case, and has cured thousands.' See Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Post Office Box 174. Leave Dixie................................. 2.02 p.m.

I that nothing but lemonade and other column.-Tribune. ; jan4 Fernandina, Fla Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20 p.m. T
! FINE TOILET ARTICLES Leave Lochloosa......................... 2.38 p.m.
similar inocuous stuff was served in the A VALUABLE ADDITIoN.-Because It is ben- .. W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m.

! refreshment room, I asked the reason, there- eficial to the scalp and adds to personal PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC. AGENT Leave Anthony Place................. 3.31p.m. "'
, ,
for, of my companion. It is necessary," beauty by restoring color and lustre to grayor Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00p.m.

said he, to preclude against trouble. These faded hair, is why Parker's Hair Balsamis IN GREAT VARIETY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Leave Ocala......................,...!...... 4.30 p.m.
such a popular dressing. ; AND STOCK DEALER, Leave Lake Weir Station........:..... 5.18 p.m.
people are very excitable and very quick to BUTCHER .... ... .
ANDDealer Arrive Wildwood.. ... ... .... .. 5.45p.m.
see fancied wrongs, and had they wine or A good medicinal tonic, with real merit, ; .
: is Brown's Iron Bitters; so all druggists say. Physicians' Prescriptions in Ice GOING NORTH.. f
any other kind of liquor to further stimu- t

, late them, I would not care for the conse- carefully compounded with pure TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Leave Wildwood.......... :.............. 7.00a.m.
, Real Estate. j Drugs, at reasonable prices.DR. BROOM STREET WHARF, Leave Lake Weir Station............ 7.35 a.m.
quences. The married life of deaf mutes is .. .. ....... .
19-tf FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Ocala.. .. .. _...... ... 9.00 a.m.
usually not a happy one;jealousy is their Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18 a.m.

besetting sin, and on occasions of this sort a THE FLORIDA : J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. Railroads. Leave Anthony Place....:.............. 9.46 a.m. 1,
Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 a.m.
jealous or a jealous wife will always -
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Leave Lochloosa..........*........ .....10.39 a.m.
be able to find pretexts for being disa- npOWN PALMER BRO'S, FLORIDA CENTRAL COMPANY.AND WESTERN Leave H1'thorne..l0.57! a.m. J

greeable. Leave Dixie..................:............11.15 a.m.
Among the people present was a hand- 41 -- Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.35 a.m.
III" I"14 I iI i-i-i-1: 1-+f- JACKSONVILLE, June 25,1882.
some and engaging young man, a traveler Fernandina, Commencing this date, trains on this Trains daily, except Sunday.
commercial house PHARl\IACISTS : road will run as follows:
j for a who had married a Towns on R. R. Line,

deaf mute and accompanied her to the ball: T WESTWARD.Accom.

He courted her for four And Cedar Key. Mail.
years, said my '
Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m :
friend, "and she did not care for him at Centre Street, near,Depot. Baldwin ............. 6.30am 8.40pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. 1L:

'j first. He persisted however, and finally won u Sanderson......... 8.25am 9.55pm GOING SOUTH. .
her and FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Lake City..11.00 a m 11.55 p m
they are very happy together. He Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Arrive Live Oak............ 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Fernandina..11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m.
told me that he did not know what life was Ellaville........... 2.30 p m 2.30 a m Leave Hart's Road......12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m.

until he enjoyed it in the silent society of number of the most eligible and desirable Madison ............ 3.30pm 3.30am Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m.

his pretty and otherwise accomplished wife. Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30am GOING NORTH.
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for ABSOLUTELY P.URE Mon ticello......... 6.00pm 5.50am
He had no less than eight sisters at home, Leave Jacksonville..... 9.00 a.n. 3.35 p.m.
Tallahassee. 7.30 7.30
City or Suburban Residences pm am Leave Hart's Road...... 9.35 4.01
1 and you can just imagine the life they must DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED Quincy............... 9.30am a.m. p.m
Arrive Fernandina.....10.40a.m. 5.00
.s have led him." The deaf mutes are very Chattahoochee... 10.35am p.m. ;
Trains double Sunday.
daily except
Chatta. River..... 10.55am
clannish themselves and
relsome, at the same time they are reli EASTWARD.Accom.
: very Mail. Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.45a.m. '
i ia gious. They meet in St. Ann's Episcopal Standard Patent Medicines, Arrive Jacksonville....... 6.45 pm 7.30 am Arrive Fernandina.....................11.10 a.m.
; Church every Sunday for religious instruction Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Baldwin............. 5.25pm 6.15am Leave Fernandina.......................5.00 pm.
i The Catholics among them have not Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m Arrive Jacksonville....................... 6.25 p.ni.
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- Lake City........... 1.20 pin 2.40 a m f
) yet been able to organize, but as two Jesuit -I\ Fancy TOILET ArticleIPERFUIERY : Leave Live. Oak....?......11.35 a m 1.15 a m

; priests are now studying the sign language, rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- Ellaville............10.10am 11.55pm

and are already very proficient in it, it will Madison ............ 9.05am 10.50pm
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor Drifton.............. 7.30am 9.05pm
not be long before they will be able to address CONNECTIONS. -
" Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm
I their co-religionists in the tenets of residence, or in which to conduct their Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30 pra
their own faith.Walking Quincy30 pm ;
"" business. ..,9. Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25 p m With New York and Fernandina Steam
I from the
up vicinity Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at Sa.m.,11.35
of the Battery the other afternoon I INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
I came $Sf* Especial and careful attention paidto Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New
across a short, thick-set whose face I York on Thursday at 10.40 a.m. 500. .
man, by exemption for a term of years from a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. p.m.
'ir recognized but could not remember where I Physicians' Prescriptions, by Returning, ]leaves Baldwin at 2.45 p.m., or 5.50 p.m.
had taxation, offered by the several cities and Jacksonville at 3:30 With Sea Island Route from and to Savan:
seen it. All ofa sudden I remembered. an experienced Druggist. arrives at : p.m., making
11 close connections with Florida Transit Rail- nah Sunday, Wednesday and :Friday.AT : .
: It was Sam Colyer, who had held the lightweight towns. Apply to SIMR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep road for Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg and CALLAHAN.

I championship in the prize ring for CHAS. W. LEWIS, over the store, and will respond to all callsat Cedar Key.Sleepers To and from Savannah and Charleston at

i many years, until Billy Edwards finally Office cor. Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina. night 51 on all night trains.CONNECTIONS.. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.
I : knocked him out. Edwards, if I remember AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
At Jacksonville Waycross Short Line,
i 1 right, at that time foughtat 126 pounds. PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor Books and Stationery. with all points North or West; with the To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. amt

: Colyer's weight when the match was made for improvements in old Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for 2.43 p.m.

I i was 145 pounds, and he had to reduce. His ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all AT HAWTHORNE. -
trainer overdid him all patent business promptly attendedto. HORACE DREW points on the St. :Johns River, Savannah or To and from Palatka at 10.37 a.m.and :2J
and he came to the INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Charleston.At p.m.

I scratch weighing but 119 pounds. Of course REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Bookseller, Stationer, Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- AT WILDWOOD.

I he could not "stand up to it." Some years ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- ,and Binder. road for all South Florida,Ocklawaha River, With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
;< Sam ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- or Gulf points, without change of cars; also
ago was arrested in New Jersey for en- Tampa daily except Sunday.
NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports. With Line to and from Leesburg
gaging in a fight, and! sent to the State prisonfor ents in less time than those who are remote School Books and Orange WrapsNOW At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 and 6, with the daily except Sunday.AT .

seven years. After serving three years from Washington.When Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad, for
he was pardoned by Governor :McClellan. Inventors send model or sketch, SPECIALITY..f Albany or Savannah.At CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
we make search in the Patent Office and Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch With Tampa Steamship Comp .ny's Steamers -
"I am not a public man any more," said advise as to its patentability free of charge. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- for Key West, Monday and Thursday S

he. "When Governor McClellan pardoned | Correspondence confidential; fees reason- 7 SS* Liberal discounts to Teachers and urdays. p.m.; for Tampa and Manatee,Monday and

me I gave,my word of honor that I would able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Trade. Special prices and Cataloguorfree on At Chattahoochee River with Steamers- Friday. .
I never enter the IS OBTAINED.We application. Chattahoochee on Sundays and Evering- With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
ring in form
any more any refer by permission to the City Post- 59 W. BAY STREET ham on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and West and Havana, every Saturday 4 p.nu;
and I have kept my word." master, and to the Superintendent of the returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. .

Colyer has a brilliant idea. He proposes Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates. ,

next season to take to swimming, and pit ington. For special references, circular,ser- Bent j. s. MCELROY, etc., apply to -
; vice, terms, etc., addressC. Wanted to Master of Transportation.W. A. MACDONELL,
,., against Paul Boyton. He has invented an A. SNOW & CO., A Piano. Address H., P. O. Box 56, M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent.D. .

!'.>' apparatus which is to be attached to the Up- 2-tf Opp.Patent Office.Washington, D.C 52 Fernandina, Fla General Manager. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21



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jft ; f Death of Mr. Theo. L. Lewis. the members' of the club under noms de Wonderful Cures. ;
: i'. :; ; The Western Texas, which arrived here at plume, the editor, ,furnishing usually an than one Huggins hundred last persons year has of cancers cured more

noon Wednesday, came into port with flags editorial. The club is progressing very tumors, taternes and carbuncles -
t1 r : ring
; : : w t.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS flying at half-mast out of respect to the late favorably, and we hope for success in all its scrofula, syphilitic tumors and eruptions worms of,

t. THEODORE L. LEWIS, who died at sea whileon future undertakings. Below we give an extract the blood. Among one of these most wonderful -
td s i; \ Bej cUon& cures are Mr. W. H. Gee of this
from the Christmas number of the
', his way to Florida. which
\ : county, is known by everYbody._

i Ij,., \''' Heavy fogs still.continue every morning. MR. THEODORE L.LEWIS, who was formerlya journal : Qumcy Herald. In front of Mrs. Peterson's
resident of this place, was a native of Massachusetts Fernandina in 1983.AS boarding house Mr. Hnggins' will remain
: Mr. Samuel A. Swann has North on
r gone here a few weeks late from
: ; Cedar
and brother of Mr. Charles W. Key; is
l' .". business. COPIED FROM ONE OF THE NEWSPAPERS OF. highly recommended throughout the whole
t; f'' '; Lewis, of this city. He came to Florida,in THAT DATE. State. He pays nearly $310 taxes to the
Mr. J. V. Jordan proprietor of the Waldo
? ,
,' 1868 and resident of the State until State, counties and
.' was a Several days of the city officialswas municipalities for the
;;j: House Waldo in the city this week. ago
'i ai ..f' was 1877, living the greater part of the time in searching for some records in the main privilege of selling his extraordinary medi-

)t t ',, Henry White, colored, a raftsman, was this city, where he held the position of building of the City .Hall when he came cines.
: .' drowned in Nassau river yesterday morning. across a volume dating back as far as the
Deputy Collector of Customs for four years. Real Estate
,' .. year 1883. On reading it over1"we find that
'1.1,.. The State Senate last Monday passed the MR. LEWIS was a young man extraordinary quite a different state of affairs prevailed at For sale. Two desirable lots, well located
-Apply to
: W.
id1 j : short cut" bill for the Constitutional Con- energy and ability; and of a genial and that'time to what it is at present. At that r Fernandina, Fla., January 6,S.1882-tf.RAWSOX
\'j: :: vention. whole-souled temperament, which made early period Fernandina contained a popu-,
r. I lation of only 3,000 souls:!, which seems
,.' him here a large circle of warm and affec- City Tax-Collector's Notice.
/ The children of Mr.Schuyler's school will almost incredible when we take into account EGMONT.
'w', 4 tionate friends. In 1877 MR. LEWIS went to that there is now a population of Notice is hereby given that all the city
..' have a fancy dress ball at Lyceum Hall next W C Barker, C Blanchard, wife and taxes
',,1.. ; ; ': FridaYnight. New York city and engaged in business and 8,000,000. The, increase in population for daughter, James G Klein, Philadelphia; February remaining next will unpaid be advertised on the first and day of

,.; I, ,1 bas resided there ever since. Last summer the week ending January 7th exceeded the Henry J S Hall, Wm E Jennings, 0 A in accordance with law.JAMES sold
; ..' A proposition has been submitted to the entire population of that time. Time has Clough, George T Laird, T V Boynton, Capt
,/. t City Council of Jacksonville to furnish that he was taken seriously ill, a diagnosis of the indeed worked changes. G F Harding. T L Jacobs, A G Goodwin, T. E. MEDDAUGH,

', :.r .. with electric case stating his malady to have been con- The City Hall was then a small wooden S Ellis, Jas Offenbach, G M McKinnon, J H Fernandina Fla. Collector. '"_
; city lights. January 3 1882.
gestion of the lower brain, followed by building, which, could be easily stowed Bentley and wife, Mrs Carrington, New
e:< It is probable that the Marquis of Lorne fever which away in one'of. the smaller rooms of our York ; Thos H Corbett and wife. Miss Hattie Last
typhoid-malarial evidentlyleft Notice to .
A present one. The largest building ac that Bnrchard N Y J D Easterlin TaxPayers.I
Brooklyn, ;
and Princess Louise will make a prolonged
will be at Mr. Brownson's
him, with ulcerative meningitis of time was only three stories high while our !. Charleston. S C Lieut and Mrs Russell; J Book Store
visit to Florida this winter.ThepleasureyachtHeartseaseofBochester. the brain, causing him at times intense present fifteen-story City Hall is quite in- R Campbell, D H Elliott, L C Emory, Ed every day during January, for the purposeof
of the receiving the State:; and County Taxes for
for the wants community.Gas
adequate Winters Jacksonville A Swarthout wife
: ,
de- ;
paroxysmal suffering accompanied by books
1882. My will close
I which went out of January 31,1883,
use over seventy
and Ovid Mich H Davis Brooksville.Fla .
: N. Y., en route for St. Augustine, Fla, put lirium. It was thought that a trip to was then not even adopted for son, ; after which time all property on which the
years ago ; George Lauder, L M Morris, T M Car-
'i ,, : into port here yesterday. Florida might be beneficial to his health, general use by the citizens. negie, Pittsburg, Pa; Florence V R Browne, taxes remain unpaid will be advertised for
sale. Come quick and save costs.
A bill has been introduced to annex the and accordingly he took passage on the We must not forget that Fernandina at Hanover, Mass ; D H Carpenter, St Augustine up WARREN F. SCOTT !
: : Western Texas which left New York for that early period was entirely surroundedby Fla; John S Gould and wife, Miss I ,
suburbs of Brooklyn La Villa, Springfield Collector Revenue Nassau County.
water. The old Atlantic beach is sup- Gould, Mrs M E Robinson E Warren and
:'' and East Jacksonville to Jacksonville. this port last Saturday. He was not destinedto posed to have been about'in the same placeas wife, S H Thompson, George, L Thatcherand Fernandina, Fla., December. 30,1882.

< Rev. J. B. Morton will preach again for reach the end of his voyage, however. East 151st street now is. The beach aIwa wife, Chicago; D Lenty, Cleveland, 0; Nassau Fibre
The months of severe physical and mental s appears to have borne the reputationof J Neale Plumb, Islip, Long Island, N Y ; ,
the Presbyterian congregation on Sunday at For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto
: being the finest on the Atlantic coast. At Joshua B Holden, Boston A B Charde,
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. All are cordially in suffering had exhausted' the vitality of the that time it could boast of one hotel only wife and child, Nebraska;; J V Jordan, anything else in use. For sale by
: and he succumbed to the while there hundred and June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.
'. vited. once strong man now are one fifty. Waldo, Fla; W G Robinson, Gainesville,
< malady on Monday night, January 15th, The slow method of travel must also be Fla; W A Howell, C E Rowland,Toledo,0;
d t Presbyterian Church, Rev. H. S. Yerger, when in the prime of life, being in the 40th noticed. The advertisements of the New James E Wilson F, T & P R R; G M Whet- City Scrip
York that it took from fourto For sale at market rates, in amounts not less
steamers show
t pastor: Services on Sunday at 11 a. m. and ston, Fla; L Y Jenness and wife, Mrs Hannah -
year of his age. In his last moments his five days to accomplish a distance whichis Hill. Charles Beckert Palma Sola, Fla than $25. J. FRED LOHMAN.
x 7:30 p. m. ;Sunday School, 3:30: p. m. ; pray- traveled the electric in less ; Fernandina Fla. December 30 1882 tf
sufferings were alleviated through the kind- now by ships Mrs S C Bryant and child, Savannah, Ga. ,
', It. er-meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. ness of Dr.E. C. Newport,of Meriden,Conn., than as many hours, while those who prefer
1- Rev. J. B. Morton the pneumatic tube can be whirled to New Range of Thermometer Select "Intermediate" School for
1: ; of Elberton, Ga., and other fellow passengers. Captain Samuel York in fifteen minutes. Boys and Girls,

preached two able and impressive sermons Risk, who was a personal friend of MR. The small town lying just south of Fer- FOB THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson

> t.1 on last Sunday in the Presbyterian Church. LEWIS, brought the body to this city, thus nandina called Jacksonville was then con- HOBSEY'S DRUG STORE. application.
f He will preach again to-morrow. sidered the most important town in Florida. G. W. SCHDYLEB.
; t affording the afflicted relatives and the 'gI
h Since the steel manufacture was introduced I I Pupils received in Vocal and InstrumentalMusic
Some very fine celery is now brought to many friends of the deceased the melan- and since Fernandina became the principal I It-d .Co1-, crI Cr co G, S r; and French. 50

r f. the city by Wm. Hamilton from the farm choly gratification of paying the last sad Southern railroad centre (which was about

of Mr. C. W.Yulee,some two miles from the tributes to his memory. eighty years ago) Jacksonville has been left Saturday.....Jan.13 41 153 52 50 NE. Masonic.
far behind. Sunday .............14 59 64' 65 61 NE. Regular communications of Amelia Lodge
: city. It sells readily at 65 cents per dozen. The funeral services were held Thursday The main and only hall,called the Lyceum, Monday ............15 61 73 70 NW. No. 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 :

.r A variety entertainment was given at afternoon by the Rev. 0. P. Thackara at the holding about 500 people, was occasionally Tuesday..16 60 74 73 661 N January 22. July 16.

Lyceum Hall residence of Mr. Charles W. Lewis, and was visited by wandering theatrical troupes, 'Vednesday..17 59 76 76 71 IDV. February 19. August 13.
: by a Jacksonville company. largely attended. The body, encased in an while now the number of theatres and other Thursday .........18 61 75 74 72 NW. March 19. September 10.
.". : ( It proved a failure, however, as far as the like places of amusement can be counted by Friday................19 62 76 76 73 NW. April 16. October 15.
..' .:' r. financial success of the company was con- iron casket, was taken to the Western Texas, the thousand, and we can boast of the finest May 21. November 12.

f cerned. and will be conveyed back to New York for opera house on the continent. June 18. December 10. .
', ". interment.At The people of Fernandina at that time M4RINE.Pot.t December 28.
: f Rev. A. A. Robinson sent to New York for most of the I
lately Commissioner the hour of the funeral services the necessary of Fernandina.HIGH At 7:30: p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally
f of Immigration for Florida, who has been supplies, but since its rapid growth factoriesof invited to attend.
appointed by the conference United States ensign at the customhousewas all kinds have bee started, and there is WATER. J. E. WANDELL, W. M,
I oft Methodist raised at half-mast as a mark of respectto no further need of doing so. Fernandina Saturday, Jan. 20...... 5:40A.M. 6:03 P.M. C. H. BERG, Secretary.
1 f Episcopal Church to fill the pulpit of the the of the deceased; a transcriptof has had for a long time direct connectionwith Sunday, 21...... 6:33" 6:55": --

i!. Fernandina station, will preach at the memory all the important points on the globe. Monday, 22...... 7:21": 7:42 U Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its
.:' i Methodist Church to-morrow. his death was also spread upon the We may add that the tables are turned," Tuesday, 23...... 8:05" 8:26" regular convocations on the Wednesday following -

records. and New York now sends to Fernandinafor Wednesday, 24...... 8:47" 9:07" each regular communication of Ame-
Mr. John S. Gould and wife Miss Gould MR. LEWIS leaves a wife and child in New a great deal of her supplies.In Thursday, 25...... 9:25" 9:45" lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sh.irp.
I and Mrs. M. E. Robinson, of Chicago, arrived this connection we might say that our Friday, 26..10:01 10:24 h Tran companions fraternally invitedto
York who with the
leading Social Club with roll of
present a attend. W. 7A SCOTT, H. P.
at the
: 1\ Egmont Sunday last, and intend have the sincere sympathy of this entire membership of over 2,000 including the ENTERED. W. A. JONES, Secretary. .

making it their headquarters for the community. wealthiest and most influential men in the Jan. 14-Sch. Marcus A.DavisSaxtonNe-N ---.

winter. Mr. Gould is one of the prominent State, and who meet at their own palatial York; rock, to Lara & Ross.

1 wholesale grocers and importers of Chicago. The Steam, Yacht "Egmont." building on Fifty-ninth avenue, have in 15-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,
their possession to show that it was
Savannah, with freight and
A "pony" telephone exchange is soon to The new steam passenger yacht Egmont, originally founded in the year 1882 with a sengers, to J. A. Mercier. pas-

': be established here. The material has nearly built by J. F. :Munn, at Brooklyn, for Cap- membership of fifteen, who met alternatelyat 16-Sch.: E. H. Potter, Sherrer, Provi-

I' : all arrived, and the work of putting up the tain G. F. Harding, of New York, to run in one another's houses. dence; ballast, to master.

;; poles and stringing the wires will connection with the Egmont Hotel at Fer- 17-S. S. Western Texas; New York, No !
f Nassau in the Legislature.From Risk, 1,210 tons ; with freight Whiskey
nandina Fla. to the adjacent islands and
be begun during the coming week. The I the journals of the House we see and passengers, to R. W.South-

.., subscribers number thus far about twelve, : fishing grounds during the winter season, that the following bills have been intro- wick.
including most of our prominent business arrived Centre street wharf Saturday even- 17-S. P. City of Bridgeton,Fitzgerald,
duced by the representatives from this
'. j men. ing last. She is 60 feet in length, 12 feet Savannah, with freight and passengers BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
county : to J. A. Mercier, Agent. .
hull 14 feet all and 4 feet
,:, Mr. John D. Dwyer, of Boston, has been beam of over In the Senate: Mr. Baker introduced a 19-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, is one of the very few tonic
hold, and is about 30 tons, builder's measurement bill to deaf and dumb Savannah ; with freight and pas-
: a guest of the Egmont several days. His incorporate a asylumfor medicines that are not composed -
y ; she is a nice model, substantiallybuilt the State; also a joint resolution pro- sengers to J. A. Mercier.
visit to us last season was in the yacht of alcohol
: and is a perfect little gem for the busi- posing amendments to Article 17, Sections 1, CLEARED. mostly or-
Louise, of the Boston Yacht Club. Mr. and 2 of the Constitution of Florida
ness she is to be engaged in. Her boiler, 13-City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Savannah whiskey, thus becoming a
f Dwyer comes regularly to Florida Mr. Bakers made also, according to the
every and
which is 7 feet long and 5 feet broad, is of Jacksonville 'dailies, an able argument freight passengers fruitful source of intemperance -
winter. His prolonged stay here is an indication by J. Mercier.
e of his interest in Fernandina and its the best steel, and was built by Handrew & against the ""short cut".for the' Constitu- U 13-Sch. Nellie S. Jones, Ludlam, Wil- by promoting a desire
RobinsAlbany Street Iron Works.Brooklyn, convention. mington : lumber, by Payne, for rum.
I surroundings.The In the Assembly : John Wilkerson introduced -
Cook & Co.
Colt's Disc.
is of
and her motive power a pair

steamship Western Texas arrived at Engines, developing 40-horse power, and peace to give a bill bond to of require$1,000, and justices enable of per-the 16-S. P.Savannah City of Bridgeton with freight, Fitzgerald and ,
t this port from New York Wednesday morn- turning a pair of Delamater propeller wheels sons to recover all damages they may sus- sengers, by J. A. Mercier. pas- BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis

ing, and cleared on her return trip Friday each 32 inches in diameter 400 times per tain by the failure on the part of the justiceto U 16-Sch. Abbie Dunn, Fountain, Portau to be .
the duties of his office. Also guaranteed a non-
morning with the following 34(;bales Spain ; lumber, by Alsop &
tJ :
cargo minute, and developing a speed of about 9
bill to compel parents guardians to send Clark. intoxicating stimulant andit
cotton, 48 bales moss, 764 logs cedar, 140 miles an hour. She has bunker room for 6 all able-bodied-children to the public schools Mitchell Barbadoes ,

.c I cases cedar 1,560 boxes oranges, 9 barrels tons of coal, and will consume about three- between the ages of 6 and twelve years, two- 16-Brig lumber Angelia, by, Hilliard, & Bailey. ; will, in nearly every case,

oranges, 80 barrels rosin, 80 barrels syrup,64 quarters of a ton in 12 hours. She has a thirds of the time the schools are in opera- 16-Sch. Kit Carson, Harding. St. take the place of all liquor,

.. It packages hides and skins, 97 packages mer- permahent awning deck all over her to the tion school, when does not the exceed distance five to miles.and from the &Pierre Co. ; lumber, by L. A. Davis and at the same time abso-

;", I ', chandise. pilot-house, and a canvas awning forward to Riley Robinson introduced the following 16-Brig Geo. E. Dale, Pierce. Ponce, lutely kill the desire for

:-, I- Mr. J. R. Campbell,of the St. James Hotel the stem, and seating capacity for about 100 bills : P. R. ; lumber, by C. H. Huot. whiskey and other intoxicating .
To repeal Chapter 3231 of the Laws of "
> : at Jacksonville visit to Fernandina The is worked from the 19 S. S. Western Texas, Risk, New
:,, I' paid a people. engine Florida; to repeal Chapter 3025, Laws of York, 1,210 tons ; with freight beverages.Rev. .
I Monday, stopping at the Egmont. A party pilot-house, there being only a throttlevalvebar Florida, entitled an act to provide for the and passengers,by R. W.South-

:'.1 ;,: of friends accompanied him, paying a visit and a reversing lever to control the en- incorporation of cities and towns, and to wick.

:.t'9. I to the beach, and in the afternoon steamed gines. One man can steer her, stop, start establish government'in a uniform this State system; to amend of municipal Section 19 S. P.Savannah City of Bridgeton with Fitzgerald and G.W.RICE, editor of

over to Dungeness in the new steam yacht and back her engines with perfect ease. In 25, chapter 176 of McClellan's Digest .'()f the sengers, by, J. A.freight Mercier.IN pas- the American Christian Review -

..,'I'I I Egmont. They expressed themselves de- fact, she is absolutely under the control of Laws of Florida. PORT. says of Brown's Iron,

lighted with their day's experience, and will the pilot. The Egmont is one of the most A Card. Bark Queen Victoria, Munroe. Bitters: .

repeat their visit. The attractions of Fer- sensible and practical crafts we ever saw, Bark Nicola Smith.
i WHEREAS, We,the passengers of the steam- Bark Mentor, Schultz. Cin.,0.,Nov. 16, 1881. .
r nandina require only to be known to be and she will, unquestionably, be a great fa-
ship Western Texas, Captain Risk, leavingthe Brig Sarah Wallace, Jones. Gents:-The foolish wast-
appreciated. vorite in her new Southern home. She hasa port of New York Saturday. January 13, Brig Emma L, Hall, Duffy. ing of vital force in business,.

t!? '<* retiring room on deck for ladies, and a 1883, have safely arrived at our destination Brig Emiline, Urquhart. pleasure, and vicious indul-
". Proceedings. gentlemen's closet. Her officers and crew I after a passage through stormy and foggy Sch. Emily E. Davis, Pierce. ;: gence of our people, makes

The City Council held a regular meeting live on shore when in Fernandina.The weather; therefore, be it Sch. William Wilson, Bradley. : your preparation a necessity;
: Resolved That tender heartfelt
',. 's last we our Sch. Elwood Doran, -. and if will save hun
:. I Wednesday night. Present: F.C. Suh- thanks and admiration to Captain applied,

t :. : rer, president, and Aldermen Avery,P.Williams Fernandina Social Club. Risk and< the generous officers and men for their uni- Sch.Sch. Xebec.Aldytha.Dunham.Neteon. dreds who resort to saloonsfor

'.' p Proctor, Joseph, Lake, D. Williams, For the past three months there has existed I form courtesy and kindness in making the Scb.: Lizzie Carr, Hatch. temporary recuperation.

;, and R. McDonald. in this city an association of young voyage one of such social .acquaintance Sch, Marcus A. Davis, Saxton.
amongthe passengers and officers as well as Sch. E. H. Potter Sherrer.
4, The bill of W. F. Wood, Jr., treasurer, for ladies and gentlemen p.f our best society among the passengers themselves, and that BROWN'S IRON BITTERS

,j.IV $52, which was referred to the Committee on under the above title. The object of the we shall treasure the memory of the voyageas For Rent.

r Finance at last meeting, was returned with club is refined social intercourse, as its one of the pleasantest episodes of our A desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof has been thoroughly tested
lives, and ever wish our future trips to Flor-
? ; ,' the approval of said committee and ordered name indicates. The club was organized ida shall be with Captain Risk and his officers JOHN HEDGES, for dyspepsia, i indigestion,

;1- ': paid. with the following officers: Mrs. H. E. and men January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla. biliousness,weakness,debil-

,Ta' A communication from Mr. P. Kelly, relative Dotterer, president; Miss Katie Williams, E. C. Newport,M. D. A. G. Baker, List of Letters ity, overwork, rheumatism,
Mrs. E. C. W. F. Hermance
to the matter of animals Mr. E. S. Loomis 2d vice Newport, ,
1st vice
president; : neuralgia consumption,
Wm. H. Rackett, J. M. Gage, Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina ,
etc., for use of city, was referred to special president, and Mr. James Menzies,secretary. P. P. Crolly, H. E. Bradley, Nassau county, Florida, Jan. 20, 1883. liver complaints, kidney

,1 tr committeeon, purchasing horses etc., for, The meetings are held every Monday nightat Adam McCormick, August Frewlet, Jr., Persons calling for these letters must say troubles &c. and it never
+ Chas. D. Smith, Louis H. Smith, advertised: ,
; city. the residence of one of the members, ando
Herman Conant Frank Smith, Anderson, Maggy Knight Fr fails to render speedy and
'$ The bill of R. :M. Smith made in interesting ,
referred t the is
4 was I programme always up an -
J. J. Callahan, David Van Cleaf, Bullard, Charlesforse, :Mary B relief:
the Committee on Finance with instruc manner., Among the interesting B. Weyman, Geo. F. Nicholas, Colley, Alexander Mitchell, Hononine permanent .i

1 tions to consult members of former Council features.of the club is a semi-monthly written Alice O. Bradley, W. A. Dana, Cooper, Thomas Rodgers, Pablo

:it in regard to their action on the same, and I journal each issue being edited by a Mrs. F. W. Gibson, Mrs. W. A. Dana, Floyd, Molly Smith, Anderson
Mrs. Mary P. Wood, F. Nickerson, Hoames, Martha Wininger, Fred -
at the next different member of the club. The matter
report meetings S. L. Bronsmach, Young, Henry.

Adjourned. which must be original. is contributed by And others who,have gone ashore. SAM'L T. RIDDELL, P. M. ,

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