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: November 10, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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HEW YORK GOSSIP. Such a plan with our extended surface ;and CHICAGO. The mention
j of music reminds that :
me "Kennst du das Land wo die Citronen blu-
elevated and omnibus is ,
MHWHESRY cars system '
super even at a much later hour matters were pro- hen ?"

merry as a marriage bell,
comes irresistibly to the mind at such a place
Notes from Brandy Bra ie1t.. enjoy the pleas- and season ;, and grateful for a tour of un-
CHARACTERISTICS HORSE Speeial Corresponuence Florida Mirror : of the
ures "mazy" dance could do
so mixed pleasure, and full of interest
To the Editor.of the Mirror we take
CLUB-CHEAP CABS, ETC. Chicago does not go to bed s" early aslJ tus.say Even up to the smaller hours numbers of the
cars once more for favored
our ,
BRANDY BRANCH, FLA., November 7. highly
the Editor of the Mirror : Baldwin. I the
To use parallel advisedly casinos and music halls for
NEW YORK, November 3,1883. Rev. :Mr. Hampton, of the M. E. Church, and after cautions reflection. Surrounded lovers of catering the favored "Sunny Southland," stored with a
Terpsichore, while
South, who has been for preach- "glorious Apol- thousand pleasant memories of kindly greetings -
Henry Irving has come, been seen and many years by so many stalwart knights of the pen, los" were at home in a thousand Caves of and mutual
though not in the measure that ing in this section, was stricken with para- sections of aspirations for health, hap-
conquered, representing so many the State, I Harmony-shrines. I believe, devoted to the"rosy"
prosperity and-never
lysis at Mr. J. C. Smith's, in Charlton county forget it (as
After all the know
anticipated. en- not whose '
he perhaps on municipal I
might well
as as more classical l god abound- the golden link which shall bind all
thusiasm of the first night we have comedown Ga., where he went to hold religious services tread were I to name a more pretending ing in every direction. We were informed in mutual respect and kindly us together -

sober and do what will on Sunday, the 25th of last month, but Baldwin feeling
to criticism we burgh, has no. .-big l brother"of ; that saltatory exercise of the most animated throughout this broad land) -"the'better

we cannot set up Mr. Irving as a heaven- and died the following Sunday.The a pressman in the crowd, 'and so 1 selectit. description ("twinkling feet, encircling arms, acquaintance of North and South."

born genius. He is simply a clever, painstaking barn and stables of Mr. David Roe Yet though municipally less,has she not with graceful bending,yielding forms," etc.) ALEX. CURTIS. ..

careful actor. As a stage managerhe near Darbyville, in Baker county, were de- her own distinctive traits aud geographical accompanied by.sackbut. psaltry, dulcimer, :

excels anybody of the age, but as an actor stroyed by fire last Thursday night, together peculiarities ; and in these ds'ys of adjectival and all kinds, of music (good, bad, and presumably STATE NEWS "
dozens of the metropolitanstages with all of his corn and fodder. The fire not Baldwin
there are men on prenomens might justlylay some indifferent), was to be found
:> who are as good as he, but who are originated from a pipe in the !hands, of an claim to that of the. Peninsular" city ? within a few blocks of our hotel-but this Alachua.

by unnoticed solely because they old negro who lived upon the place. Land is so called, the geographers tells The
passed us, I, we give, of course as mere rumor, the escre- Transit road carried a car-load of
have no characteristic tricks of the trade to Mr. Bailey Higginbotham, son of Mr. L. when almost entirely surrounded by milch
wa- torial duties of our party leaving little leis- cows through here on Tuesday for a
draw attention to them. It is in art as it is W. Higginbotham, was married on the 28th tei:" and is not that the normal state of ure for such lighter distractions." dairy in Jacksonville.-A large saw-mill

business. One's wares have to be displayed of last month to Miss Mary Green, at the Baldwin, for nine months of
in say the year at Next morning the party broke up in sev- is being built about a mile west of Haw-
the attention of the public must be residence of the brides father, Mr. David least.' If Florida be the of
; Italy America, eral sections, visiting the suburbs, water- thorn, near where mill No. 1 was burned
aroused the flaming poster, the lugubrious Green near Callahan. not Baldwin claim to be the
by may Venice of works, packing-houses,etc..your correspondent down. They are building a tram road into
sandwich man," or the never failing Messrs. Clark & Co. are rapidly openingthe Florida ? More than
once, a Victim of mis- having a most agreeable visit to the esteemed the woods to supply themselves with logs.
is too clever not to way for the erection of their shingle, factory confidence '
Irving a man placed
chromo. unhappy.accident, have and genial editor of the Tribune. I -The surveying corps of the Hawthorn
found this out here, and their dwelling houses are all I not"missoocOI Jectiun"' within &
have years ago. heramphibious Orange
was told I had a great loss in not seeing the Spring Railway started out on

lIe is full of mannerisms and eccentricities. ready to receive their families. We heartily borders, and from her lacustrine depot immense pork "destroying and preserving" Monday, October 22, and began work at

His face is an intellectual oddity, and welcome all such'in our midst. lazily watched the capture of the monstrous works of Messrs. Armor & Co.: but being Barker's Mills, running the preliminary line

marvel. He is :Mr. G. W. Bryce contemplates laying off bull-frogs, or listened to the pleasant tales of to the spring
his figure a physical awfullythin eminently averse to bloodshed I fancy I can crossing Orange Creek at Fort

and his legs are aesthetical spindle several hundred town lots of one acre each its worthy occupant (Mr. D-4--I ), recountingwith accept with wonder the statistics, without Russell. If this road be built on the Mica- ,

shanks. One can understand now how here soon, and offering them at liberal rates pride the number of 'gators which had actually seeing the.operations, of that great nopy plan, and either the Florida Transit or

Oscar Wilde, with his distorted vision'and to purchasers.The I bitten the dust (or, rather stirred. up i mud) concern. Personally, I must confess to great Florida Southern take the read and operate 1
warm *f *t
weather is and for the
deformed expression saw of them while very dry before his unerring aim, and .all from his satisfaction in reading some of them. These it, they will certainly open up a choice section -

their owner played Hamlet that one was season. TOM. own piazza. The Noachian' iiature,of the works cover six acres of ground, and daily of country. The timber along the route
beautiful and the other a poem. Irving A NEJV POTATO PEST.A surroundings being further suggested by the witness the slaughter of some six thousand will call for mills, like every other section

mouths horribly. He walks as if palsied. correspondent of the Country Gentleman, unrestrained flittings"; to and, fro, of his pet porkers. I fear that, like the Roman of old, favored with transportation, and the heavy

In fact, he is a living aggregation of all thatis writing from Pennsylvania a new pest mocking bird, which like the dove of Scrip- I sometimes wish the whole porcine family bodies of pine north of Fort McCoy will

and to the honest has made its appearance in various districtsof ture, finding no rest for t.hesole, of its foot ring with the sound of
unattractive, yet, say : ., had but one neck, and that I could destroy the woodman's axe.
within him that talent of the North which now bills fair to be entirely over cue submerged suouros, would- return to Hawthorne
truth, he has distinctive to the Irish them at one blow! These horrid beasts, Graphic.
more potato
harmonizing all these unattractive qualitiesand than the famous Colorado beetle. He says the warmth and shelter of its genial owner's: cursed in the days of our Lord, however Columbia.

blending them together like the bits of of his own crop : cozy room. developed by science in these later times as JAIL DELIVERY. Wm.
Arnett .
glass in a kaleidescope, and presenting to The vines, with scarcely an exception, Having! assisted! at the municipal nomina- to their physical forms have a white
hardly changed
confined in
are punctured by a bug or worm, near the tion which her urban man, the county jail at this
you a picture of beauty. Miss Terry, his gave dignity, may their natures and however
pleasing to the
ground ..and on lifting up the vine it is ; place on a charge of stealing a mule from
companion, is a worthy helper. Two peo- found that the centre pith has been consumed not I now wish her a metropolitan success, bucolic eye may be the burly Berkshire or some party in the southern of the

ple better suited to each other could scarcelybe The worm is snugly ensconed in and, in imagination, place her at the other apoplectic Poland China, the "satanic mind" part coun-
a nest or bed. which it has made at the end end of line of ty, and a negrof Jim Wessen, charged with
found. She is as thin as he, but where my thought? Baldwin, the which characterized the herd of the Gada-
of its burrow. The cavity below it is filled some slighter offence, effected their
his face is strong, her's is winsome, and with its "borings," and though it is of peninsular city of the pine :barrens, and rene farmer, possesses the "present type of last night between eleven and twelve o'clock.

the two together make very attractive stage small size (not more than an eighth of an Chicago, peerless Queen of Western cities, the improved varieties" to-day. Would that The returned this

picture. inch in length) yet its plumpness and the the architectural Semiramis of America. a'like.catastrophe awaited the uncared-for negro morning and voluntarily -
show it to be gave himself again, that
evidence of working a mon- best up stating
Having to
But after all one cannot help blushing for ster in industry well as appetite. The discharged Jhe of our abilities destructive brutes which bring dismay and he was tired of dodging around to keep out
the osu1nitfell
our people, who are ever ready'to throw 'ones I send you are of two kinds-the grub our Exi>
themselves at the feet of English celebrities. full and complete and the other with the our lot to accept the pressing invitation of Ye who mourn the loss of your garden'truck as he had done much
hind part exactly like the grub, but with its the courteous managers of the L. A. & C. nothing anyway.
While they are here they feed us with honeyed I front part, nearly its half, dark in color, Line known the and weep over your ruined melon patches, Through him it was learned that Arnett effected -

words, but no sooner does the time bug-like and armed with quite formidable as "Monon" Route, from take heart as you think of Armor & Co., a passage from his own cell into one
mandibles or antennae (I cannot distinguishwith Louisville to Chicago, and as usual on this who sacrifice the altar
come when they need us no longer than daily on of the injured unoccupied the door of which
was unlocked
the naked eye.) The latter kind appear trip almost gave offence to the other ,
Faithfull is in compa- Pomona six thousand of !
they cut
us. Emily a case your enemy and out of that into the main
to be in the transition state between I nies whose kindness had room, wherehe
I placed their routes
I point, and a gentleman only spoke to me the bug that has bored its way into the vine at 'TN true, 'tis pity, easily picked through the brick wall of
the and the that it would become in our disposal by so doing. And 'tis 'tis "
other day of her. When she came worm a pity true, the main building and let himself down to
few days. It was the only one of the kindI This run from Louisville to Chicago,
here last year, and set herself'up as a special dozen that even in death the malignity of the curse the ground by a rope of blankets, where
discovered: in opening a or more through Indiana ,
was one of the most enjoy- .
patroness for Miss Pattison, a member of vines; but I am satisfied that it was the insect -. able hangs over the "commercial residuum" of friends were awaiting him, mounted and

Miss Langtry's company, she brought overa that made the entrance, for the wormis throughout, a very pleasant outing." these unhappy beasts. I with a spare horse for his use. There were
number letters of introduction to literary so tender as not to stand: theslightest pres- It is hardly possible to conceive a more
; four of the deliverers and Wesson
and sure, and hence could have no out-aoor en- beautiful country for the pursuit of (the You may break, you may ruin the vase, if was
society people. They did a deal
great trance. If this pest is to remain among us, most you will, forced to accompany them several miles out
for her and she made a very successful lecture begin its devastations early in the season, I profitable of a11)) "mixed farming. But the curse of the porker will hang round of town where they left him to his own in-
The lands
I tour while Miss Pattison also got bet- am afraid we shall sigh for the happy times gently rolling, or smooth and him still !I" clinations. No clue to the deliverers or delivered -
ter recognition than she would otherwise when a little Paris green would free the potato level as a bowling green, succeed each other and no matter how dainty his hams may has been obtained but
from its worst for what if laid yet we sup-
have secured. When returned the enemy preven- as out to order,- low hills, covered
they at tive can save the crop from a foe whose with appear-yellow-tinted, "Magnolia" branded, pose the proper efforts at recapture and apprehension -
end of their season they cut and ignored presence is only known when it has killed timber of various 'kinds, afford shelterfor (what a desecration of the exquisite flower!) are being made by those upon
everybody and offended who the plant? stock, supplies for fuel,*:and ,admirable and
many people highly recommended by the most spir- whom the duty falls.-Lake
The entomological editor of the Country materials for -fencing. In fact the City Reporter.
not too to be hurt. Now Miss ,
were proud ited
pork that
:: packer- never forget the
a Gentleman, after examining the specimenssent [ jail in Lake City was built of brick and
.; Faithfull is back again and wants people to by his correspondent, said it was the mous verdict of our party was, that. in no deadly trichina still lurks in the treacherous iron within the last two years, and was

help her to make another success with her potato'stalk weevil in the pupal and perfect part of our journey had we seen agricultural I muss ; and that unless your cook follows up thought to be proof against deliveries.]

lectures, but this time people will cut her.I forms, and added that it was quite commonin pursuits carried on amidst such delightful the proceedings of Armor & Co., by a total any
the Middle and Western States. The female surroundings. Broad fields.(some with hundreds Duval.ST. .
am informed by a gentleman in a posi- deposits a single egg in each potato immersion in H02 at a temperature of 212,
tion to know that there is no truth what- stalk, in a stis previously formed with her of acres), tilled as if for a garden, and the direst results of the most horrible and JOHNS BAR.-Alderman C. B. Smith,

ever in the statement that Carl Schurz is snout or beak. The larva bores into the fenced as neatly as a house lot, must have absolutely incurable disease known to mod- who recently returned from the North,

about heart of the stalk and thence always works rejoiced the hearts of their owners ; while ern science be fate! says that he found forty vessels lying idle at
to retire from the editorship of the may your
downward toward the root. It becomes a herds of the finest cattle, flocks of Bangor none of which could be charteredfor
sheep ,
Evening Post. The whole story came througha pupa within the stalk and emerges in the The via dolorosa" (or path to his apoth-

remark in John Swinton's paper, in which image of perfect form about the last of and bunches of the prettiest horses, added eosis, as depending on the standpoint of view Jacksonville, because of the bother our i

that worthy though erratic journalist expressed August Riley advises burning affected the necessary life and movement to the and your estimate of the results) of the Western bar gives them. The city is out of lime, out
vines, roots and all, as soon as the insect's ever-varying and always pleasing of brick and wants boxes. &
the hope that his friend Carl would I work is noticed. panoramaof porker at Messrs. Armor & Co.'s leads orange Tysen

leave the trammels of a monopolist press, We have seen nothing like this in the dainty homesteads and cozy farm-houses. through an immense tunnel of iron, whichhe Smith have 400,000 bricks, two cargoes of

and start a paper of his own and call it CarlSchurz's South as yet, and we hope our climate will Passing through which, and en route to Chicago enters squealing and squirming, and boxes, and a lot of lime waiting shipmentto
as much a barrier to it it has the application of this and
prove as Cowper's lines place, cannot get bottoms to
Swinton's leaves within three minutes and
paper. sheet, by the scraped
already proven to the Colorado beetle.- seemed irresistible. them.
way, is meeting with great success. It con- Mobile Register. scarped into joints and sections fitted forcom- bring Contemplate these facts.-

tains a great deal of what people less enthu- Looking over the peaceful, happy homesof merce-a statistic which will fill the heart of Times-Union

siastic than its editor and proprietor would Singapore on the Straits Malacca, is this favored "land, presently to be exchanged many a Floridian with joy unspeakable, anda JacTcson. .
for the
rush and
and fevered
call rubbish, but Socialist though he be, Mr. connected with Johore, a town fourteen heat" roar sincere aspiration that science may increasethe Captain Chipley, the efficient and progres-

Swinton is honest in his convictions, and miles inland, by a telephone. On August : the of such a city as Chicago, one can realize destruction of the porker, and concur- sive superintendent and vice-president of
of the
honesty ought to succeed once in a while in 27, the day of the Java earthquake and volcanic ; "thought God made the gentle poet : rently the prosperity of these typical' packers the Pensacola & Atlantic Railroad, was in

this era of shams.A eruption, any one taking up the telephone -I Man the town.country" a thousand fold. :Marianna Sunday. His road will carry to

number of gentlemen interesting in tubes was assailed by a noise like the But we have gotten a long way from Bald- Monroe, State, LaSalle and Dearborn streets New Orleans and Mobile more than 10.000

trotting have started a club which is boundto roar of Niagara. Communication was impossible win and bed-time ; and our thoughts were all impress the visitor with the vim and vast- bales of cotton from Columbus, Ga.

live, since it is not ambitious but social and even listening at the tubes was still further away, I presume, as we reached ness of this mighty young giant of the -

and genial. It is called the Horse Club, and painful, as sounds like pistol-shots were Chicago about 10 p. m., and buttoned ,our West, which, to follow out the athletic sim- A MURDERER WANTED. .

conditions membership are that the can- audible at intervals. Java is more than 500 coats tight up to our throats,'* as the "Queen ile, can look New York or straight A reward of$600 has been offered for the

didate in the eye" and never wink apprehension of John Williams, the mulatto
miles from
must in some way be interested in Singapore. City" welcomed us with a terribly icy kiss,
the The weather had turned who murdered Mr. James Allen father of
horse. At weekly meetings no conver- blown straight from the neighboring lake. so wintry that ,

sation is allowed on any topic save that of the Dispatches from Turin reportthat )[. Kos- Our friends had telegraphed for quarters beautiful parks and flower gardens which editor Allen of the Madison New Era, at

horse. Lies and Miinchausenism may be indulged suth is dying in that city. The Hungarian both to the Pacific and Palmer Houses, but encircle the city as with a zone of jewels had Valdosta, Ga., some weeks ago. Williamsis

in, but they must all be on the sub- patriot has passed his eighty-first year, and both were too full to accommodate all our lost their beauty, and the cold raw temperature supposed to be in Florida, and the Val-

ject. Anybody of horsey tastes may imagine has been breaking down physically for some tolerably large party, so we finally broke up, ijnade us all feel glad when our faces dosta Times publishes the! following descrip-
tion of him
what pleasant times the members have. The time. He has lived for over twenty years in some finding quarters at the two first,and the turned southwards once more-all of us :
gentlemen hoping, no doubt, to renew our acquaintance Williams is what might be called a ginger
in the -
principally interested in gettingup an unpretentious dwelling city and larger detachment at the Briggs House, a
this with this wondrous city, under milder cake mulatto, about 25 or 26 years of age,
association are Messrs. Ryerson & and in the strictest privacy, devoting him- sufficiently comfortable and centrally situ-
Brown who self to scientific skies and with greater leisure, at some future about 5 feet 6 inches high weighs about 150
control most of the hacks, cabs chiefly studies. The physi- ated one. During our progress thither it
and time. But just now the latter "pressed pounds. He is fond of whisky, plays on the
coaches that cians that M. Kossuth's death ,
one meets at the ferries, say may occur was quite evident that these 'lakesiders have
depots and in front of the hotels. They are at any moment, on account of his extreme learned the trick adding night into the and "a keen and nipping air" made us sym- violin very well, and has a loud coarse )

the pioneers of the cab system of New York, L weakness from old age. day and thus filling up the measure,'* etc. pathize with many, who, no doubt, yearned Has voice.no His beard hair cut or close moustache.and nearly When straight.the 1 j

and have grown wealthy in it, but they have Thronged streets, splendid stores, ablaze for the sunny land from which we hailed ; J crime was committed, on the 16th of Octo-

always prided themselves on their horses. A disastrous cyclone visited Springfield, with Jight and with most artistictically displayed and so farewell, or rather au revoirt Chicago! ber' he wore a light colored suit of clothes

Talking of Ill. last. It is Byron's beautiful lines, and a watch with a chain which resembled
cabs reminds me that the recent on Monday reported that five contents, composed a "commercial The .
"Know the land where the gold. watch key attached to the chain
movement to get cab persons were killed, thirty or more wounded notturno such ye cypress and
up a cheap system as New York or Boston .myrtle?" was broad and flat at one end.
after the London system, has failed, as and,100 houses. in the northern part of might have equalled, but certainly not sur- When last heard of he was crossing into
previous efforts in this direction have done. the city damaged or destroyed. passed. or even more fittingly, the' great German'simpassioned Suwanee county, Fla., from Hamilton. coun
song, ty. Look out for him. :

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A BREATH OF HE YEN. "It's something, after all, to .be Lord I into the hands of his lordship a portentousblue ing time gently with his head to an inaudi-I with hurried and trembling fingers f the
Mayor and Lady Mayoress, and entertain envelope marked "On Her :Majesty's ble tune, arid supporting on his was burst open from without, and
I once again in this charmed realm inquire: parties with names like that," said her lady- Service," and "Immediate and Private." Prince, who moved listlessly, and with impassive Frenchman rushed in, and up the) stairca"e
Not listening to the Ocean's sad refrain, ship. Charles Henry retired, and the Lord Mayor countenance.The to the saloon. There he encountered a footman
.' '1 "I Nor watching on the mountain heights, to 'Tis so, Maria," answered his lordship. broke the seal in haste, the Lady Mayoress saloon was'a blaze of light and flowers. whom he seized and shook violently- I
1 gain "A wonderful great name as'you say, Jacob going round behind his chair to read over At the end furthest from the entrancethe by the shoulders, demanding: in vehement
I: A message for the meditative lyre. ," observed the Lady Mayoress. his shoulder. The letter was dated from the Lord Mayor and' Lady Mayoress: stood,, tones. "Ze Prince, is it here?"
,' The air contents me. Such do they respire, For my part however, give me one that Home Office and its contents were as follows as was customary to receive their guests "Law no.your gracious and imperial hHi.
f.t ......... Our lovM ones, gather'd on the heavenly slips out"a little easier,*' said his lordship. : The great diamond badge of office glitteredon ness," was the answer of the frightened do-
'jf "t It plain, How we're going to say this name I I "MY DEAR LORD MAYOR: I have just received the bosom of his lordship whose dimin- mestic."Ze.
blest and freed from don't know said the utive figure was almost hidden in his voluminous Lor "
'r With quiet breathing Lady Mayoress un I a somewhat disagreeable communi- Mai re-vere is it? was the next
;" ', pain. easily. cation respecting the Prince. Trubetskoi, scarlet robe. On either side of the hurried question.
it ';: And toil, and care, and unfulfill'd desire. "I've thought of that same, Maria: ," an- whom I believe, your lordship: is to enter- Chief Magistrate and his lady were officersof :"Gone to bed, your royal greatness," replied -
" i : Embosom'd in like calm, oh, let me rest, swered his lordship, "and it seems to me we tain at dinner at the Mansion House this the household, the sword-b'earer. with the Charles Henry, confounding titles in
"' And breathe in sweet, unseen companionship don't need to say it at all." evening. The Prince, as is well known has sword of justice in a golden scabbard, and his fright.
f What d'ye mean, Jacob?" and the coun- incurred the enmity of the party in his the mace-bearer with the enormous golden "Make him zat he instant himself present -
i Time cannot sever, nor delay, nor Death tenance of the Lady Mayoress lightened perceptibly country, and an anonymous letter has this mace. ," said the Frenchman, and loosing the
t 'These shining shores and sunlit sea attest moment reached the Home Office to the The invitations to meet the Prince had footman commenced rapidly to pace the
'. The encircling Love that doth his children "All we've got to do," replied the chief effect that certain hirelings of the party in been few, and as select as possible in Corpo- saloon, peering into every nook and corner
keepIn magistrate, is to stick to Prince'simple London have received instructions to follow ration circles. There were the Sheriffs with A minute later there was a hurried and
perfect peace and unlaborious breath. 'Prince.: This way: How d'yedo, Prince?' him to the Mansion Honse this evening, their massive chains of office, and two or irregular procession from the sleeping apart-
-The Spectator. Warm weather, Prince !I' 'Another slice o' with a view to waylay and attack him, three of the senior Aldermen in the bril- ments to the saloon and the Lord Mayor
salmon Prince?' The pleasure of a glass o' should any opportunity present itself. For liant uniform of the Court of Lieutenancy, the Lady Mayoress and Miss Smithson stoodthere
HOW HE MISSED HIS TITLE. wine with you, Prince?' 'Well, and how's my own part I attach but little importanceto with their ladies. The only other guest was in dishabille more or less picturesque
things in Russia. Prince?' and so on, my missives of this kind but I have never- Miss Smithson, the pretty little niece of the But to understand this situation aright it
My Lord Mayor and my Lady Mayoresssat dear and so on." theless, thought it my duty to communicate Lady Mayoress, whose dress had arrived is necessary to go back a step and follow the
at breakfast in their private parlor, in Well, now that's what I call real clever with the police of Scotland Yard and to put from Paris but an hour before. Prince and his companion as they drove
the Mansion House. His lordship, who had ," exclaimed her ladyship, delightedly."To your lordship in possession of the facts The most remarkable figure in that gay away from the Mansion House.
.. begun life as simple Jacob Jingell I, a butter- be sure we don't need to say anythingbut' which have reached me, in order that you company was the Prince. Having, thanks to the charms of Miss
man's boy, was, perhaps, sixty-two or sixty- Prince' all the while." may lose no time in taking such precau- Sombre, and almost shabby in attire, it Smithson remained at the :Mansion: House
three years of age. A long white beard gavea "That's it, Maria; and 'twill seem more tionary measures as you may deem advisa- seemed as though his person threw shadow longer than he intended, the Prince found
certain dignity to a countenance not oth-' friendly and familiar too." ble. Trusting, however, that nothing will over the scene. He was as the man at the on his departure that he had left himself
erwise impressive, and if he could have con- And my Lord :Mayor and my Lady May occur to mar the harmony of your lordship's marriage feast which had not on a wed- scant time to dress for the costume ball He
tinued in a sitting posture, with his lower oress chuckled with pleasure a"t the clever- banquet, I have the honor to be, my dear ding garment." had his disguise with him, an exceedingly
person concealed under a mahogany table, ness of my Lord Mayor. Lord Mayor, Under his dark eyelashes, through half- simple one, for this was a business by no
you would have said that he was a venera- "And now Jacob" said her ladyship presently "Your lordship's most obd't svt., closed eyes, he glanced at the spectacle curiously means to his taste; so. requesting his com-
able and fine-looking old gentleman. But it's time you got ready for the Coun- H .n and yet with but the faintest inter- panion to pull down the blinds (how that
as his friends and apologists remarked he cil." The letter bore the signature of the Home est, and scarcely opened his lips in saluta growler came to possess such embellishmentsI
.'spoiled himself" when he stood up for it It was Thursday and the day of meeting Secretary. tion to his hosts. He was coldly polite to do not know) he proceeded then and thereto
was then perceived that he was short and of the Court of Common Council, over "Here's murder and rumors of murder, Lord Mayor Jacob and the Lady Mayoress, assume it. In a few moments he was
stumpy, expanding a good deal more in the whose deliberations the Lord Mayor pre- Maria," said his lordship, when he had read hardly noticed the sheriffs, and entirely equipped, and leaning back in the cab. took
? neighborhood of the waistband than was sided. the letter aloud. "What is to be done ignored the aldermen. The magnificent up his overcoat and searched in the pocketsfor
compatible with a graceful or dignified de The bell was rung, and a brace of shapelyand now?" Frenchman, however made amends for thefrigidity a pinch of snuff.
portment. Her ladyship was a year or two beautiful footmen entered bearing a "Some one has been and played a joke on of the Prince, for he shook hands "Thousand thunders exclaimed the
younger than her husband, with a profusionof crimson robe, trimmed with fur, and a great the Home Secretary that's my belief," replied effusively with everybody, and entered at Prince in French, "I have left my snuff-box
tight iron-gray; ringlets, and an exceedingly three-cornered hat decorated with black her ladyship. How should those once on an indiscriminate flirtation with behind."
homely face. ostrich feathers. When his lordship was arrayed wicked creatures know the Prince is goingto the wives of the aldermen in a body. "Is that so, my Prince?" answered the
His lordship has just uttered a slight complaint in these, he looked like a little old dine with us?" Suddenly the eye of the Prince lighted on Frenchman ; "then we shall go back for it."
against the quality of the coffee, and gentleman, got up to act a comic charade in It's been in the papers, my dear." pretty Miss Smithson, who had hidden her- The cab was entering Fleet street, and the
her ladyship had reproached him with hav- clothes made for somebody else. He him- Well, you shouldn't have let it get in self modestly behind the Lady Mayoress.His Frenchman pulled the check-string and
ing grown fastidious since his elevation to self, however was quite satisfied with the the papers. You are such a man to get yellow cheeks cracked with a smile turned the coachman back on the route he
the mayoralty. Her precise words bad been : effect, and so was my Lady Mayoress, who things in the,papers." which, if something ghastly, was intendedto had just traversed. Arrived at the Mansion
"Jacob, I have never seen a man think so whispered to him that he looked elegant. Now Maria now" said his lordship, be fascinating, and his whole figure re House again, he alighted, and, ringing the
much of his victuals as you've done since He went out bidding his wife to see to everything deprecatingly, wasn't: it you put it in my laxed. He became genial all in a moment, i. bell quietly, (for he saw that the house was
you've been Lord Mayor of London. Time with her own eyes ; and the good head? 'Vhowasltthat"'V and made a joke in Russian which the magnificent being closed, and the family evidently retir-
\ was when you didn't know good coffee from lady, left alone, was presently immersed in ell, well.never mind that. The ques- Frenchman translated into French, ing for the night), was admitted and wentat
bad. Remember what you've been, Jacob; the details of the banquet. tion is, What's'to be done now,?" and the senior Sheriff from French into once to the room where the Prince had
remember what you've been." And as his There were reasons for,the anxiety felt by "Bettersend for Williams,I should think," English. The effect of the Prince's unbend- first deposited his coat. He was absent not
lordship generally declined upon principleto the Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress, on and his lordship rang the bell, and gave ing was universal and magical. The symp- more than a minute or a minute and a half,
remember any date earlier than that of account of the banquet to the Prince Tru- orders that a messenger should go at once to toms of fiasco which had shown themselves and returning with the snuff-box in his
his election to the civic chair, he had not received betskoi. His lordship's mayoralty had up the police office in the Old Jewry and request almost immediately on his appearance, van- hand, held it out as he passed through the
with a particularly good grace this to that time been brilliantly succesful. He :Mr. Superintendent Williams to see ished in an instant. and already the successof door, exclaiming, "La voici, mon prince, la
gentle reference to the lowly past. had given more than the usual number of the Lord Mayor without delay. the entertainment seemed assured. voici." But no answer came from the cab.
But the little connubial squall had blown state dinners, his balls had outrivaled in Ten minutes later the Superintendentaspare Lord Mayor Jacob was not blind either to He looked in ; the Prince was not there.
over and the horizon was clear again. The splendor those of his predecessors; and the soldier-like man, with shaven face the altered demeanor of the Prince or to the Alarmed, he questioned the coachman
worthy pair were busy with their letters, of practical, no less than the ornamental func- and a gentle manner-presented himself, cause, and intrigued with the Lady Mayoress but that person, having taken his evening
which there was a goodly pile. tions of his office, he had contrived to dis- and the Lord Mayor read him the letter. as the company went in to dinner to i. potion half an hour before had seized the
Her ladyship's budget consisted for the charge in a manner which won him universal The Superintendent was inclined to treat displace the wife of the Premier Aldermanand advantage of the momentary stoppage to all(
most part of epistles from relatives and praise. Jacob had said at the beginningof the matter as the Lady Mayoress had done, assign to Miss Smithson the seat next fast asleep upon his perch. Here was a pass.
friends in her native little town in a thriv- his year that he "meant to do the thing but admitted that it would not do to neglect to the Prince. The Frenchman knew all about the matter -
ing midland county. Her kinsfolk and acquaintance handsomely," and he had kept his word. precautions, and, in company with the Lord This was entirely to the liking of Dmitry, referred to in the letter of the Home Secretary
one and all, had shown them- Now, when his term was on the wane he Mayor, proceeded to make a thorough inspection who conversed vivaciously with the little (on what other account, indeed was
selves assiduous correspondents since Jacob began to look anxiously for the fruit of his of the building. Why he did thisis lady in fluent French, of which she grasped the Prince Trubetskoi riding in a four-
had attained to the highest place in the cor- labor. Every Lord Mayor hopes to be rewarded not particularly clear, for the Superintendent about a quarter of the meaning, and in halting wheeled cab?) and his fears were thoroughly
poration of London. She herself had no with titular honors and Jacob's as- knew the Mansion House as well, if English, of which she grasped about aroused. It was now nearly one o'clock ;
idea that her family connections were so numerous pirations, as has been seen, were set on not better, than the Lord Mayor himself. half. He joked with Jacob, though in rather the streets were almost deserted ; there was
and was fairly astonished by the nothing meaner than a baronetcy. He had Adjoining the saloon and official rooms is a biting fashion, praised the turtle and not a policeman in sight. The Frenchmanwent
number of elderly ladies, married and sin- neglected no means to the attainment of the Justice Room where the Aldermen sit said the dry champagne was the best he had all around the building, exploring mi-
gle, who claimed to have been her nearest this end. He had flattered the political for the hearing of criminal cases, and beneath ever tasted. nutely and anxiously the dark and narrow
and dearest friends at school. The writingin party in power, the premier and all his cabinet the Justice. Room, and communicating Jacob and my Lady Mayoress were delighted passage at the back but encountering neither -
many of these epistles exhibited a devi- : He had courted the royal family, and therewith, by a flight of steps which lead di- ; and Jacob's uneasiness on the score person nor thing in his search. He
ous, not to say'a crooked tendency, and the with no inconsiderable success for the rectly into the dock is a series of cells for of the Home Secretary's letter was quietedby turned to the point whence he had started
grammar would have given Lindley Murraythe Prince of Wales and all the royal dukes had the reception and temporary detention of a private message from Superintendent and-for the house was by this time closed
toothache. But these and other defects been present at one or another of his enter- prisoners. It was arranged that a special Williams which told him that all was well for the night-it was then that he delivered
were more than counterbalanced by the tainments; while he himself had been invited constable should be posted in the under- outside. He proposed the health of the those tremendous knocks upon the door
warmth of sentiment with which each and oftener than mere courtesy demandedto ground regions and the ordinary night Prince in a speech, which, having been which roused the inmates and brought about
every writer suffused her pages. The burdenof the private table of H. R. H. at Marlborough watch outside the Mansion House be rein- I learned by heart from his private secretary, the situation already described.
most of these letters was the same; twoor House. And now he was to have the forced by two or three trusty men in plain I was marked by a fluency that did not ordi- "My:: Lor :Maire: my LorMaire:: ," exclaimedthe
three sheets of felicitations, and a post- honor of entertaining en famille, the great clothes. This being settled the Superintendent narily characterize his post-prandial utter- Frenchman, in mingled excitement and
script containing the more or less delicately Prince Trubetskoi who was the guest of a took-his leave, promising to be on the ances. Dmitry replied in French, but could anger. "Vere is ze Prince Trubetskoi? W'at
couched desire of the writer for a share in prominent member of the royal family, during premises himself during the time that the not accurately gauge the effect of his remarks 'ave you make wis him?"
the spoils of the office. The mayoralty of a short visit to London. The distinction Prince remained.It upon his host, for the reason that Jacob "Me make with Prince Trubetskoi? :Me: !
London is a goodly carcass, and the birds of conferred on the Lord Mayor by the Prince's was now a little after eight o'clock ; the persistently applauded in the wrong Great goodness my lord," replied Jacob, on
prey were many. acceptance of his invitation was the greaterin dinner hour was at halfpast.At place. whose countenance the liveliest fears were
His lordship's corresoondence took a wider than Dmitry had gone out but little dur- twenty minutes past the Lord Mayor His lordship had been informed in a whisper depicted. The warning he had received ear-
range but,, being altogether official, we ing his stay in town, and was known to hate and Lady Mayoress, attended by the Sword- by the Prince's companion that the lier in the evening came back to him and
are not concerned with it. Suffice it to say publicity in any form. He had recently bearer and Mace-bearer, descended to the Prince must leave at an early hour, to be genuine concern for the safety of his recent
that when he had finished reading he applied consented to accompany his royal host to saloon, where they were to receive their present at a costume ball given that eveningat guest made the poor little man almost hys-
a, red silk pocket handkerchief to his one of the state dinners at the Mansion guest. the Russian Embassy ; but Dmitry for terical."I .
brow and asked for another cup of coffee. House but being unexpectedly preventedfrom At five-and-twenty past the City Marshal, his part showed himself in no hurry to getaway say to you," continued the Frenchman 4
Jacob, did you ever think it would be attending he had signified his willingness the chief officer of the household, went He smoked a cigarette after the zat he 'ave deported himself. But
like this when you came to be Lord :Mayorof to dine with the Lord Mayor and Lady down to the hall, his plumed hat under his ladies had retired, and then went to the he will give to you ze knout He will giveze
London?" asked the Lady Mayoress, half Mayoress one evening before his return to arm, to receive and conduct the Prince up drawing-room, where he drank two cups of knout to your Sheriffs and your Alder-
in compassion, and half in pride as she St. Petersburg. His lordship, as he antici- stairs on his arrival. coffee.At mans, and your Gog and your Magog. Dia-
pointed to the rampart of letters which the pated, was detained long in the Common At seven-niul-twenty past the ancient and length, however, he rose to go and, ble! he will give ze knout to all ze world."
Lord Mayor had reared around his plate. Council, and it was past six o'clock when corpulent retainer, known to his intimatesas after profuse leave-takings, was conducted Lord Mayor Jacob whom the suddenness
No, )Maria I did not; and between you he reached home. He proceeded upstairs in Johnny who passes the chief portion of down stairs by Jacob. The astonishmentand of the calamity seemed to have, deprived of
and me, my dear"-here his lordship looked search of his wife and a cup of tea, tired anda his existence in the huge leathern chair by concern of the host when he saw the all power of action wrung his hands for
round to be sure that none of the six-foot little out of temper. The Common Coun- the fireplace, stumped across the hall, and vehicle in which his distinguished guest was answer and the Lady :Mayoress observed: in
lackeys were within hearing" busy timesin cilmen are rather an unmanageable set at posted himselfby the door. to ride are easier to be imagined than de- an aside to Miss Smithson that the death-
the old days, when I carried the basket times, and that day having to discuss a sub- At nine-and-twenty past the sixth under- scribed. Jacob was for fetching out the gilt watch was ticking upstairs loud enough to
twice round the town before dinner, weren'tanything ject which excited a variety of conflicting housemaid-but the proceedings of the sixth coach (known to the profane Londoner as wake the dead.
at all to this." interests they had tried the patience of under-housemaid were trivial. Noah's Ark), in which, on the historic 9th There was a pause, broken after a few sec-
Well, never mind, Jacob; you've got their president in no ordinary degree. Jacob Half-past, and there was no sign of the of November the Lord Mayor rides from onds by the reiterated assurance: of the
through eight months of it in first-rate put aside his gown with an air of impa- Prince. the Guildhall to Westminster and back Frenchman, who seemed to hold the Lord
style ;-and-please goodness, we'll both get tience, and only grunted when her ladyship Five-and-twenty to nine, and he had not again. But Dmitry assured him that he had Mayor responsible in a most unwarrantable
our reward before the year is out" said her asked him what kind of a meeting it had yet arrived. reasons for traveling in this inconspicuous degree for the disappearance of his guest
ladyship. been. The Marshal fell back on Scripture, and style and, leaving his lordship almost in that the Prince, if he were not discovered in
"It ought to be a baronetcy, Maria, at the But he began to recover his equanimitywhen commented in a general way on the unwis- tears on the steps, he entered the cab, followed something less than no time would cause
least It's worth nothing less," said his she told him of the preparations she dom of putting one's trust in Princes. by the irreproachable Frenchman the knout to be applied without stint to the
lordship, and already he saw himself leav- had been engaged in, and melted entirely at Johnny, whose philosophy was pessimistic and was driven off. back of every person in the Queen's domin-
ing office at the end of his term, with the her description of the dinner table. remarked that man in general was but a Lord Mayor Jacob, returning to the draw- ions. This horrible and wholesale threat
proud title of "Alderman Sir Jacob Jingell, :Maria you're a treasure jewel," said worm, and, becoming irrelevant, observed ing-room, was overwhelmed with gratulation brought no comfort to anybody ; and Jacob
1 Bart." his lordship, and kissed the Lady :Mayoressin that we must all die. on the success of his banquet. Very observing parenthetically that the Prince
"A knighthood will be better than nothing good burgeois fashion. I do believe, Marshal," he added, becom- soon the rest of the guests took their leave, was a gentleman, and would, no doubt, do
my dear," said his wife, who was of a "My dear" said her ladyship "there's ing practical again that the Prince ain't a with the exception of little Miss Smithson, whatever he thought proper, went on ner-
practical turn. something tells me we're going to have a comin'" but at that moment the sound of who was to stay that night at the Mansion vously plucking at the feathers of his three-
Baronet or knight knight or baronet, it real downright triumph to-night ; what wheels was heard drawing up outside, and House. cornered hat, which he had put on, in the
shall be!*' said Lord Mayor Jacob ; and d'ye think of that?" cutting short his remarks, he flung open the As the great hall door closed upon the last hurry of his descent: as a covering for his
added ; "and if all goes proper to-night I I hope 'twill be so, indeed, Maria," an- door. departing guest, Lord Mayor Jacob put off nightcap.At .
think 'twill be as good as settled." swered his lordship. "And when I come to Behold, then no gilded or emblazoned his velvet coat for an earsier garment in this juncture a slow and heavy step
I don't feel exactly comfortable about think of it, I don't see why not. I've sent coach, but a common four-wheeled cab, a which to take his evening draught and final was heard on the stairs, the door of the
to-night. Jacob," said lier ladyship, moving in the best lot of champagne that's ever been plain uncompromising growler.The whiff of tobacco. My Lady Mayoress mixed saloon was opened and a policeman entered.'
uneasily!: in her chair *' It's something we tasted in the Mansion House, and if only :Marshal: could hardly believe his eyes, the draught and said, "Well, Jacob I don'tknow By mere force of the association of ideas
haven't done before and a long way out o' the Prince don't talk Russian, there's noth- and Johnny gasped for breath. what your sentiments may be, but the sudden appearance of a policeman is::
i the common." ing can go contrary. Ah, :Maria what times Out of the cab sprang airily a magnificent I'm glad it's safely done with." certain to add a disquieting element to situations -
y Out o' the common,? I should think it these are for you and me! Put your mind Frenchman, resplendent in shirt front and ** I'm that way of thinking myself, :Ma: of this kind ; and for this reason the
i was," exclaimed his lordship. But don't back a matter of flve-and-forty year my diamond studs; and after him and leaning ria." said his lordship as he sipped his entrance of the new-comer, unobtrusive and
vou see, Maria, that's just where our chance dear, and see you and me a carrying on heavily on his arm, limped a little, wizened, punch, and took the lighted taper which quiet as it was, gave an uncomfortable sensation -
lies." through the glass door between the parlor withered old man, with thin, dry lips and Miss Smithson held for him. to every one. Nor did the audience
Ah,yes indeed." and shop when your pa's back was turned ; small, deep-set eyes, over which the lids Isn't the Prince nice, though," said the know whether to be reassured or further
'Tisn't every Lord Mayor who gets a you in curl papers and me in apron and drooped languidly. The face was that of a young lady and the elders joined her in a alarmed by the first words, addressed to the "
chance of entertaining a Russian prince at shirt sleeves; and think of what we've come cynic and 'a roUt", but withal an aristocratand chorus of praise. Lord Mayor, which fell from him. '
his private table, quite, as you may say, my to now Here I sit, Lord Mayor, in the a man of power. He wore the ribbonsof He said to me, as he was going, that he Beg pardon, m'lord, but we've got him/',
dear, ong famed." great city o' London and there you sit, the Grand Cross of St. George of Alexan- hadn't spent a pleasanter evening since he "Got him Who the devil have you got?
U..\h and such; a prince!1"' said the Lady Lady :Mayoress. Maria ain't it, as.a body der Nefsky and St. Peter. came London, ah and squeezed my hand answered his lordship, whose bewildermentwas
Mayoress. might say, mirac'lous-ain't it now ? Well, This was the great Prince Dmitry Ivano- too" said the Lady Mayoress. causing him to lose his temper.
"And fuck a prince!*' echoed his lordship. well, don't say to me that life ain't a queer vich Trubetskoi. "Did he though !" said Jacob gleefully ; Beg pardon, tn'lord-the party."
What's his name, Jacob, for I never can thing; don't say it." The fat and aged footman bowed until he but Miss Smithson said nothing though it And having thus, to the best of his beliefgiven
remember it?" "Ah:, and it'll be queerer when you sit Sir was in danger of death from a rush of bloodto is not improbable that she also could have a full and detailed description of his
*'To speak the truth, Maria I have, the Jacob and I sit my Lady Jingelf; won't it the head, and the City Marshal drew himself told a tale of hand-squeezing. prisoner, the constable threw a general
same sort o' trouble'myself; but I've got it lovey?" up and prepared to lead the way. A quarter of an hour later the three were glance round the company, and appeared to
on the card, : replied his lordship, and turning 'Twill so., Iaria; 'twill, as you say, be "Excuses ze caleeche," whispered the retiring to bed and the lackeys moved softly wait for an encomium. None being vouchsafed
; ton writing table behind him, he took queerer ; 'twill'so, and it's a fact." magnificent Frenchman, indicating the cab through the rooms extinguishing the lights.On he began again, in a tone slightly
up a visiting card which lay upon it.. "Thereit It was about half-past seven o'clock; eve- with the wave of his opera hat, but he was a sudden, the silence which had fallenon tinged bv a sense of injurv :
is, my dear, as large as fife; and a, won.' rything was in readiness, when Charles Hen- necessaire ; you understan', hey?" the house was broken. The hall door Beg pardon, m'lord and ladies-the party
tlerful name, too, if'you only. knew how tot ry, in full livery came up the stairs at a And the Marshal bowed in a manner intended was shaken by a series of terrific knocks. which was expected. He was prowling suspicious
.. call it." pace which in any but pressing circum- to signify that one so great as the The noise resounded through and throughthe round the pavement evidently a
The card was inscribed with the name of stances would have been considered to com- Prince Trubetskoi might ride with perfect house. with an effect as weird and terri- watching for the Prince, and we took andrun
.,:-. Prince Dmitry Ivanovitch Trubetskoi.My promise his dignity. He knocked at the propriety on a hand-cart or a shutter. fying as that produced by the famous knock- him bin. He's in the cells now, with the
',_ Lord Mayor and my Lady Mayoress door of the little private drawing-room, Up the wide and softly-carpeted stairs, ing at the door in "Macbeth" after the mur- nippers on, and (if I may make so bold,
:cyeditwith looks compounded of wonder, where Jacob and my lady were still drink- then ; the :Marshal: jingling his spurs im- der of Duncan. The aged John came running lords and ladies all) a-swearing like one possessed
admiration and respect. ing tea, and, being bidden to enter,delivered pressively, the magnificent Frenchman beat- into'the hall, and as he undid the bolts with-a-hem-devils."

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"But ze Prince himself vere is ze Prince?" ,.-l',, '-'..: o"'i\w,\::? ,; : : :..j I MUGS : .
asked the Frenchman impatiently. "Look .. > tl H.T: J" : ; ,', MEDICINES, ETC. Professional and Business Cards.E. .
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box-snuff. I go from ze cab, I pull by ee ,;, n ; ,.1'':J:," '' .,. .,, .r: t,'" -' "'.. .' -- M.D.,
bell, I absent me one minute an' alf, and ', ., :'. ,'"i ,f.", "'" -:- ."V. :'IJ. ..i-<" ,' HOMEOPATHIC: : PHYSICIAN
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w'en I return ze Prince is not of ze cab. :My : 1'';'.";' ''" :,1. t"..., DRUGS MEDICINES
fine old gendarme, vere is ze Prince?" ,.;,; !. ;.j:,: :. ; ii ; ...: ""; t J.t. ',{' : ,
It's my belief my lords and ladies," answered :.iJ : : {, .., '.j :: : i ti' : : '. \i. :7.r. : !J
the constable, "that there two -r;t ,; .V ,. ;:' ',: ,
was ., : : ,,,f." ;. :'j'tlM':;: h HORSEY & CO. -
parties, but at present we've only one in 'f I -, ", 'k', .."..r:1.''' T.1z. 1r:;:;;!'':< ,''''-:t''';,. ".,":,.I,-,;;>_,'!n''i.. _"('r.t''<< ",:f 11:,f.i',:;," ; ''.!"4".. 't,,,". FERNANDINA FLA. .

custody. Two of our men have started on '-: '" ',' : ',i'j : ,"'." l r.f,1': ; t"ft ,%J..i ...... ..,". ,' <"
search:and if foul play has been, it'll soon ;1-t:'ti ;'<";-.ii,1.1-; .i\\\!". !:i;:!.,,:i': t'Y" 1c ;=;-\-1c'F. :. ; :;,;'':;;/b..';,:, .,t"' .." ',.', ',,::- ,.. .,' Calls answered promptly day or night,and"C .
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"I shall do so, replied Lord Mayor Jacob, : : '" i Yr: .. :f -. Centre
the air. "Let the ." ,1 > ( ,. :, 3V'.' Street DR. W. E. SNYDER
taking on magisterial pris- f'I'. J<"'"_ ; w! '- ,
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being procured, the Lord Mayor led the way, ,' aVly j; n. 7:Pc.:_ .<. '." j tr. 'r i c'o ':, ;' .\! .1' {t KEEP constantly of FRESH hand a fine assort- H r a> c .
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and the rest of the party crowded: into the ., "" <. .h"'f! '"''_.I'r. .... .j ; ...] 'J' .....tiiJJ"., t, 't,.;, .,''",, .=..,
witness-box. Never a stranger assembly had .' .:' :d :'';': : ', ", '.. Drugs and Chemicals .; -
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been seen in the grim and dingy little court. ;':-i : .:: )f 't F ::::. .E

Jacob, in his bizarre costume of state hat '!".,;_};'$<, :; ; :, Homeopathic and Patent :Medicines, ..t"r-
(under which the white edges of his nightcap "c'i .".;:, j;.. ,'-" r"ft '- '
and bed ." -. ,. ",>J. : ..,: ,;. "
appeared), dressing-gown -slip I" '1.,., J., Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
looked a small ridiculous ,r :; ; ," 'l': B. C. DURYEE,
pers. parody upon I'HJ;
one of the grave Uty ,Fathers wno oruina- ,...l 'i, ,, 'JI "' : ,,.. FINE TOILET ARTICLES
lv preside in that place. The appearance of Vcrf,," GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,

the others was no less incongruous, thoughnot ,
wholly out of keeping with their surroundings -: PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, .

:, which the semi-darkness of the W. HOYT & CO. ..
court distorted fantastically.The FLA.

constable had disappeared to bring up

the prisoner, and presently there was a noise Physicians' Prescriptions Hay, Corn, Oats

below. An artillery of anathemas came rolling FERNANDINA, FLA., Florida Lands. carefully compounded with at
pure Drugs,
} and booming up the stairs, the air was W. K. BAUKNIGIIT,
thick with maledictions, and one might reasonable prices.DR. AGENT,
almost have detected an odor of sulphur.
The entry of the party was surrounded by Grocers Grain Dealers
something of the dramatic ghostliness whichattend'll BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER,

the of the defunct ANDDealer
prophet whom appearance the witch of Endor sum- AND The Peninsular I .. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. in Ice

moned into the presence of Saul; for there PALMER: TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
rose as it seemed through the floor"an old General Merchants.CHOICE I
man covered with a mantle.

"It is ze prince! mon Dieu, it is ze Prince + : -I- 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA.

himself!" exclaimed the Frenchman, when _1 Tropical Florida .
i iM iMM'
the prisoner, closely attended by the constable LOUIS A. c. LAXGE,
stood in the dock. FAMILY GROCERIES .
up -r < -M HI !4t t I M M M1"! !
Every one heard this assertion with the! UPHOLSTERER. ,
utmost, astonishment, but no one acceptedit RAILROAD COMPANIES -MAKER,'

for an instant ; the Frenchman must be HAY CORN, OATS, BEAN FEED, Centre Street, near Depot, Foot of Centre Street,
beside himself.


Mayor in scorn, pointing to the dock, where FLOUR GRITS AND MEAL '
stood( chafing and fuming, a short figure, COUNTIES OFALAOHUA Furniture repaired in the best manner.

habited like a stage brigand, fiercely mous- Sr ABSOLUTELY PURE Hair Mattresses made to order at short .'
tached. and enveloped in a huge cloak and notice. 36

sombrero "No, don't tell me! Now, then, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.3 DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED .
fellow, what have you to say for yourself?" JAMES McGIFFIN,

"C'est moi, vous dis-je, c'est moi," burstin : DRUGS AND AND BUILDER,
anger from the dock; and Jacob trembled, PUTNAM, CONTRACTOR
for the voice was indeed the voice of the
Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
Prince. I FURNITURE E- Standard Patent :Medicines
But he sat as yet irresolute and uncon- :SJIA.RIONSUMTER FERNANDINA, FLA.
convinced ; and the Lady Mayoress and Miss
Smithson were loud in their denials. Orders and estimates from a distance care- ,
"Eh bien, deshabillez done, mon Prince, AND -j[Fancy TOILET Articles,]- fully attended to. 25-tf
Crockery Hardware Tinware .
cried the Frenchman ; and Miss Smithson
knew French enough to perceive the necessity O. S. OAKES .
for averting her face and blushing.But CONTRACTOR
the prisoner threw up his arms with I i BUILDING :MATERIAL, AND BUILDER,

an angry gesture, and showed the bright lAJBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc.
steel "bracelets" which fettered his wrists. IAN ACTURES #

The Frenchman, muttering Diable" and PAINTS, OILS, CORDAGE, ETC. '" Ii .. l& Especial and careful attention paidto DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES .
"Sucre!1" went to his assistance, and as he PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS OF ALL
removed the sombrero, the moustaches, and $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All Post Office Box 174.
experienced Druggist.
the cloak, displayed in turn the bald head jan4 Fernandina Fla
and high pale forehead, the thin lips and at- J?- MR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep
tenuated person which were by this time over the store and will respond to all calls IE1- "W. A-NSLEY
familiar to three at least of the spectators. THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. these lands are in the central at nieht.
"Voila done!" he exclaimed, when he had

finished; and the Prince Trubetskoi stood peninsular portion of the State, and C

revealed. I
His position in the dock may be explainedin within fifteen miles of Railroads in I Q
sentence. When his companion left him ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED. J--I

he got out of the cab to smoke a cigaretteupon successful operation, traversing a territory -

the pavement, forgetful or careless of
his disguise; and strolling past the very which is being more rapidly /

entrance to the cells, fell into the clutches i )
settled and developed than other
of the too zealous detective who, on the "" any
watch for the Prince's would-be assassin,
of the State.
arrested all unwittingly the Prince himself. part

The next day the Lord Mayor wrote let- The fertility of the soil and accessi- ENDAIIS South side Centre St., near the Depot.
ters with his hand to.
own Marlborough
House, to Buckingham Palace, to the Prime bility to the largest and best markets
Minister,and the Archbishop of Canterbury, MADE TO ORDER.

with the ardent, though superfluous, desireof make these lands particularly desira- THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ,- All work warranted.
persuading some one of eminence that discovered, as it is certain in its ,
he had no part in that unfortunate affair. ble for the cultivation' fruits and effects and does not blister. READ PROOF -------

He did not, however write to the BELOW.
pers, and he did his best to keep the!: matter '.':.> ;':' : \" ,c,,; '. early vegetables for shipment. For

from the ears of the public. His year of
office came to an end, and every one said he large and immediate profits there is Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS. GINGER CORDIAL _

had been a model Lord Mayor; but it is a N. Y.. January 30.. 1882.
fact, nevertheless,that the name of Sir Jacob no industry in Florida equal to the Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:' IS NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
Jingell. baronet does not in"Debrett's but contains all the medicinal proper-
or knight
used deal
GENTS-Having a good of
Pcerage.-Tinsley' Magazine.ST. raising of early vegetables for Northern Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success.your I ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
pleasant to take and
markets. thought I would let you know what it has very ,

JOSEPH'S ACADEMY REAL ESTATE. done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,

Fcrnandina, Flu.THIS For new and descriptive circular, colt as was ever raised:: in Jefferson county.
THE FLORIDA When I was breaking him he kicked over COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC,

INSTITUTION, UNDER THE address the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his DIARRH03A, DYSENTERY,

of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. CHAS. W. LEWIS hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest rpOWN farriers but they all said he was spoiled.He PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels,

portions of Florida. Land Commissioner had a very large thorough-pin, and I
The building,which was erected especially Fernandina used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-
{ ,
Cure and it took the bunch ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
for a Boarding School, is large and airy. Fernandina, Fla., entirely off, and
The he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have action. Sold by
Course of Instruction is thorough and Towns on R. R. Line. Or Ocala Florida. 38
used it for bone and PALMER BRO'S,
i solid comprising, both in English and spavins wind-galls, andit
French, all the branches of a good educa And Cedar has always cured completely and left the Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.

tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Key. -IV.; leg smooth.It .Jj2'J'Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA

Betiding, per quarter, 4050. Music Les- ,?, ." ,....,.. is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made-

sons, with use of Instrument, $12.00. have recommended it to a good many, and without peppei. 22
Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy "- they all say it does the work. I was in With-
Work taught without additional charge. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large erington Kneeland's drug store in Adams, PATENTS obtained for new inventions-

Payments required in advance. the other day, and saw a very fine picture or for improvements in old
Schools will reopen October 1st 1883. number of the most eligible and desirable you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could ones. Caveats, Infringements, Trade-Mark
For further particulars, apply to the Acad- ,. not; thev said if I would write to you that and all patent business promptly attendedto.

ern:', 42 Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for you would send me one. I wish you would, INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
I and I will do you all the good I can. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-

-THEUNIVERSITY City or Suburban Residences, I Very respectfully. E. S. LY. IAN.Kendall's ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- "

OF THE SOUTH : ', ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS '
''' -
UPON EASY TERMS. -' Spavin Cure.ON ents in less time than those who are remote-
LOCATED ', ';. .
IS AT SEWANEE, TENN., : ',o: : : r Washington.When .

upon the Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet ,', ,- HUMAN FLESH. Inventors send model or sketch
above the sea-level. This School, under the Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ,' we make search in the Patent Office and
special patronage of the Bishops of the Pro- ; ;" : YEVAY, IND., August 12, 1881.

testant Episcopal Church in the South and parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- .',: '. '' \". ,,,," Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: advise Correspondence as to its patentability confidential free fees of charge

Southwest offers the healthiest residenceand '1" ,'.'.. .. GENTS-Sample of circulars received to- able and NO CHARGE ; reason-
the best advantages, both moral and rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- day. Please send mesome with my-imprint, IS OBTAINED.We -
educational, in its Grammar School and itsJllegiate '; ;.' ":1' : printed on one side only. The Ken aa's; refer
.. and ,. Spavin Cure is in excellent demand.with by permission to the City Postmaster -
Theological Departments. ,
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor ;- ; : ". ::' :' ". and to the
:' Superintendent of the
For the special claims of this for ." and not only for animals but for human
University ,,: ';J" .fig '. ::. 31 ,;, Post-Office Money Order Division in W'ash-
patronage, apply for documents to the residence, or in which to conduct their \ .,;;,.., p.r ..' I' ,. ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the ington. For special references circular,service -
REV. TELFAIR HODGSON, leading farmers in our county, sprained an
Vice-Chancellor, business.INDUCEMENTS. :: J { ; .. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the ., terms, etc., address C.
: SNOW & CO.,
37-4t Sewanee Tenn. remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
; ) did far better than he had cured 'Vasbin ton.D.(1_ 2t
TO MANUFACTURERS : expected; ...
the in short order.
sprain very -

:Three hundred For acres Sale.of land within two by exemption for a term of years from 't, .:';r;:,..=;.." : ::, '<, Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price McCartney Hedge Rose PlantH.

!piles of King's Ferry, Fla.; eighteen acres ',', :,1. -'" ,." $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for$5. All J HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDA-GROWN

unproved. Good dwelling, kitchen, etc., taxation, offered by the several cities and druggists have it or can get it for you, or it JL Plants for sale at this place. Price $2.50'
and 75 will be sent to address on receipt of per 100; $20.00 per 1000. .
young orange trees, on the place. ..- ," > ': ,: any
For particulars addressR. towns. Apply to ,. .,': : price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL ALSO, UMBRELLA TREES. -
W. SWEARINGEN, CHAS. W. LEWIS .: > :; : & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. :M. O'NEIl
'0' .:. Send for Illustrated Circular. '
King's Fla. Fernandina.
Ferry, Fairbanks, Florida Tran R.
October 1st, 1883. S9"0ffice, cor. Beh & 7th sts. .. Sold by all Druggists. Refer to C. D. Furman, Fairban] Fla. ,




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; THE FLORIDA :MIKKOB. discussed ; there may have been as to indi- EDITORIAL OORnESPO 'DENCE. I,by Fred. Douglass and other representativecolored Pennsylvania has been recaptured by the

J viduals. ,, young' or old. men, demanding protective legislation Republicans by a small majority.The .

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 10, 188S. The Republican candidate conducted his MASKED IMPROVEMENT IN THE INTERIOR-THE and it is plainly intimated that the only decisive and encouraging victory-

canvass with that untiring energy character- GROWTH OF. LAWTEY- STARKE AND WALDO- Republican party is to be held responsiblefor gained by the Democrats has been in
.., BOOMING FLORIDA. istic of the IUa 1. His. colored cohorts were RAPID 'IMPROVEMENT AT FAIRBANKSMR. the presumed outrages which are to be -
where Bill} Mahone has
It may be a question whether there is not organized and massed at the polls. FORMAT'S ,PRACTICAL WORK- I committed on the colored people by the been defeated -
GAINESVILLE, ETC., ETC. lapse of the civil rights law. It seems to the by nearly 20,000 majority.We .
a little too much booming in Florida at present The canvass on the part of the Democratic
November 6th 1883. not directly interested lookers-on that the give below the latest returns, as wired
The most extravagant laudation of the party was carried on with the usual amountof the
colored people are asking for something theydon't by Associated Press :
of the
climate, production and soil of various localities public speaking and enthusiasm, but The improvement country along
want, working up a sentiment against MASSACHUSETTS.
must create in the minds of strangersa there was, especially in the interior, a great the Transit Road is- very observable. Whyso
their own interests; and putting the Repub- BOSTON
November 7.-General
distrust in the outset of all representationsof lack of systematic work in listing voters and little settlement should be made in Nas- Butler has
licans in a very embarrassing position polit- refused to be interviewed, and will make
the value of our State as a home for new securing their attendance at the polls. The sau comity is very singular. The pinelands ically without the least for it no
necessity or statements concerning his defeat, which he
settlers. Republican dissensions in Alachua along the railroad from Fernandina to
countywere the most remote hope of getting redress. accepts complacently, although he acknowl-

The booming in pamphlets, newspapers, harmonized, and Dennis and Barnes Brandy Branch, forty miles, are of fair The large question of civil rights has an- edges that it was unexpected. The returnsin

I letters, etc., is certainly very much overdone. and Walls worked together harmoniouslyfor quality, and would, no doubt, be suitablefor other example furnished in the case now this State are complete, with the excep

Moreover, these extravagant statementsare the ticket. fruit, vegetable culture, etc. The im- before the Equity Court of Hallet Kilbournevs. tion of one town. Robinson's total vote is

unnecessary, and, to a large degree, use- Many hundreds of Democratic voters, provement begins now at Lawtey, which, a The United States. This is a suit for 160,161. and Butler's total vote 150,074.

less. It must be a weak mind which will over-confident of the election of General few years since, was only a desolate turpentine $350,900 damages for imprisonment by orderof Almy has 1,558. Robinson's majority over

take as literally true the advertisement of a Finley, allowed business or distance to pre- farm and logging camp. By drainage, Congress, for the refusal of the plaintiffto Butler is 10,087.

them the trouble careful cultivation, and liberal expenditure, produce his private books and papers on The latest returns indicate the election of
merchant that his prices are the lowest, his vent taking to go to the
an order of Congress. The decision is ex- Robert Farr and Chas. S. Lilley Democrats
It this and carelessness a beautiful neighborhood has been built up. ,
goods the better, and his stock the largest of polls. was apathy
pected to be favorable to the plaintiff; indeed as members of the Executive Council from
any in the country. which lost the election to General Finley Beautiful orange groves meet the eye, look-
it is admitted that he will
get a judgment the Fifth and Sixth districts respectively.The .
The people who come to Florida are, for and the Democratic party.If ing as thrifty and as strong as anywhere to for $20,000 or more, thus sustaining a board will, therefore, comprise five Re-

the most part, intelligent people, who intend there was any young Democracy any- be seen. Handsome residences indicate I. former decision. The case is notable partic- publicans and three Democrats gain of

to see for themselves before making investments where it was probably in Duval county, and means and refinement. ularly because it establishes the precedentthat two Democrats over last year.

and they generally do see for in that county there was a positive Demo- From Lawtey to Starke many nice grovesare Congress has no power to compel a wit- CONNECTICUT.HARTFORD .

themselves. cratic gain. We are glad to see this state- seen, and that busy, thrifty little town ness to answer,or to surrender his private CONN., November 7.Connecticut
Probably the greatest injury done by these ment of the Times-Union correspondent fully will soon be like Micanopy continuous property, Kilbourne was for a long time elects eleven Republican Senators and

met and answered another orange grove. And so on to Waldo, which imprisoned in the old Capitol jail, and his
high-flown statements is to ourselves. Our by correspondent. .one Democratic Senator. The Senators hold
damages are assessed on this grievance. It
people who have lands or places to dispose every year increases its growth and business. ing over were five Republicans and seven
is rather an imaginary and fictitious one,
of have their ideas of the prices they oughtto The off year is apt to affect the Democratic Passing down the road, the next most no- Democrats, so that the Senate now stands
however, for while there he was praised and
receive greatly enlarged, a general infla- voters more than the Republican. The negro ticeable place is Fairbanks-a model Florida feted by the public; his cell was furnishedlike sixteen Republicans to eight Democrats.

; tion of the prices of land takes place, per- is ready to vote anywhere and all the town, founded and built up by the energy a parlor, was redolent with bouquetsand The Lower House, with ten towns to hear

sons who would purchase at moderate pricesare time at the call of his masters, the Republican and sound business judgment of Mr. C. D. flowers, and he held receptions and from, which were last year evenly divided
stands 147 Republicans to 90
driven off to other portions, which boom leaders. The average Democrat does Furman. Mr. Furman first made sure of gave wine dinners to a jolly circle of i intimates -
one doubtful, a Republican of
majority 57.
less and profit more, and the boom turns not make politics a matter of interest in off the healthfulness of his location, and then without restraint. It raised him from and on joint ballot of 65.

out to be a very empty bubble. years, and hence is apt to stay away from established his own home at his new town, obscurity to notoriety, and if it now pro-
remaining there with his family winter and vides him with a fortune he may well call NEW YORK.
The grand boom seems to be in the getting the polls.
it a lucky disgrace.The NEW YORK, November 7, 11 a. m.-The
up of new cities. Fanciful names are given, The Democracy of Florida is made up of summer, and demonstrating by his own experience -
raid upon the bogus pension::: attor- vote equals that of 1881. More than two-
",: : either original or, representing the fruit or men who are, we hope, above the influenceof its entire healthfulness. He then neys seems to be in a very flourishing condition thirds of the State has been heard from in

vegetable kingdom grandiose laid personal piques, or know distinction I laid the foundation of the best possible rec-
; plats are any just now. The prosecuting attorneyof exact figures including New York and

out in a pine barren or an old field for a city between young and old Democracy. Our ommendation of his locality by putting outa the District will make up cases againstthe Brooklyn. If the present proportion holds

of fifty or one hundred thousand inhabi- principles are eternal and fixed. It is to large orange grove and peach orchard, and offenders for presentment to the grand out in the returns to be'received from the

tants ; printer's ink, liberal advertising in sustain principles, and not men, that we exist planted every variety of fruit known to jury at once. He believes that he can con- State districts not yet heard from, Maynard

I local and prominent newspapers ; flaming as a party. Florida. The growth of his trees and their vict some of them of swindling the maimed will make a net gain in the State over the

circulars are distributed in the cars, on the present splendid appearance is all he neededto soldiers. He is receiving hundreds letters vote of 2881 of about 5,500. This set againsthis

steamboats, and at the hotels. In some THE DECISION IN TIlE CIVIL appeal to, to show the suitability of the of complaint from the victims of these net loss in New York and Brooklyn will

cases probably with some success, but in RIGHTS CASES soil for orange culture. He aided and encouraged sharpers, and it is plainly evident that a make Carr's majority in the State not far:
The of large share of the pension attorneys live by from 10,000. The Republicans claim more
most it is an utter failure. importance a understanding his neighbors to follow his excel-
fraud and misrepresentation. But it is and the Democrats concede less.
of the recent decision of the Supreme Courtin lent example, and to in truck farm
do engage
: People not come to Florida to raise
doubtful whether the prosecution will ALBANY, November 7, 11 a. m.-In the returns -
the civil rights cases to all of the peopleof ing in the meantime to support their fami-
oranges and vegetables on small town lots, amount to much. Some way these sharpers received up to 10 o'clock this morn-
but our State of both races, has induced us to lies. We learn that they have been
to make orange groves, to carry on very always win the case. principally because it ing, the Evening Journal claims Carr's elec-

truck-farming or some other business. We surrender a large space to a full report of successful. I was surprised, upon a recent is next to impossible to get legal evidence tion by 13,000 majority, and says that thereis

have a fair supply of towns already, and the decision.It visit, to see how, much these industrious and against them. Their swindling operations a strong probability of Sexton's election

hardly need a great many cities as yet. will be seen by a careful perusal of the energetic people at Fairbanks had accom- aggregate a large sum, but it is a mere trifle and a possibility of Davenport's and Rus

This boom business is an importation decision that it settles, in a clear and satis- plished. Thousands of orange trees, in all against any one man, and so the prosecutionlacks sell's. The Legislature::: it claims, is surely

from the West, and smacks strongly of the factory manner, the true relation and posi- i stages of growth, adorned nearly every tract motive. It may result in Congress Republican in both branches.

speculative operation along the Western tion of the colored race under our constitu- I of land ; shrubbery of all descriptions passing a special law to enable the Commis- NEW YORK, November 7,2 a. m.-Brook-
sioner of Pensions to prosecute cases himself lyn voted as follows on the State ticket:
railroads. We think they are on the whole tion and laws.It : abounded, and anything, almost, seemed to .
I ; and this is what ought to be done- Republican, 47,266 ; Democratic, 46,491. The
will clearly moreover, that thereis under their skillful and
hurtful to an agricultural State like Florida appear grow care culture.
only the Commissioner has ten times as Democrats, however, elect their county tick
and seem to benefit no one very greatly except no ground for any alarm or apprehensionon We were much pleased to observe the intro- much to do now as one man ought to at- et with few exceptions. Low, Republican,

the speculative real estate operators. the part of our colored fellow-citizens :,, duction of McCartney rose as .a hedge, as tend to.Speaking. is elected Mayor. The returns from 573 poll-

It seems now quite probable that the that their rights as citizens will be in any ornamental as it is useful. It is said to be a of pensions, the new public ing places in the State outside of this city

larger portion of our public lands will go way abridged; or disturbed.The rapid grower and a perfect protection againstall building, the Pension Office, is beginning to give Maynard 90,907. and Carr 110,378 votes

1- into the hands of so-called syndicates and gist of the decision, in fact, i is that descriptions of stock. It is certainly a loom up to fine proportion. It occupies for Secretary of State. The same places in

land companies. It may be that they will there are and can be, under the Constitution, great improvement over unsightly fences, nearly half of the reservation known as.. 1881 gave Purcell 84,239, and Carr 109,23I.Carr's .

social which be enforced Judiciary Square. It is now to the second i majority this year is 2.480 ; Carr's ma-
bring in a good many laborers from abroad, no rights can on barb wire or otherwise, and we see no reason up

and add to the population of our State ; but the part of any class or race; that the colored why it should not be generally introduced.It story, and is amazingly large. It is 360 jority in 1881 was 24,992-a net Democratic
feet front and is built of brick. It is designedto gain 4,512.
i it is that these lands would citizen has all the rights which belongto is easily grown from cuttings and will
likely ; be finished by next spring, but Commis- NEW YORK, November 7, 3 a,tit.-The vote
have been taken up by our own people citizenship, but that neither he nor any form a complete and dense protection in sioner of Pensions Dudley, in reply to a in this city on the State ticket for Secretaryof

,', from the older States if they could have other person, white or black, can force themselves two or three years. question about it, ::aid sarcastically to your State shows a Democratic majority of

been entered at prices of government and upon society, or claim rights or privileges Mr. Furman's system of showing practi- correspondentthat livti';: I lilt t fiink: : it wouldbe about 25.000. The balance of the ticket hasa

" State lands. from individuals or corporations against cally what can be done, by what has been done this century. It will be a huge majority of about 40,000.

' There is one thing quite certain that Flor- their will.! done, is worth a ton of eulogistic talk of monument of brick; and mortar, as plain as Yesterday's dispatches give the Republicans -

ida can sustain a much larger populationthan The more intelligent and respectable col- what can be produced, etc. If a new-comer a factory, which it will resemble in a degree, only the Secretary of State while the

any other Southern State, and that ored men fully understand this, and have sees at Mr. Furnian's his vigorous, healthy as it seems to be largely devoted to manufacturing Democrats have the rest of the ticket.

t 1 hence it will eventually contain a very always acquiesced in those social differencesand trees growing and producing fruit, and ex- claims against Uncle Sam. PENNSYLVANIA.PiuLADF.LrniA .
Sheridan! took command of the
distinctions which have always per- amines the soil around them and then finds November 6 Upturns
dense population. Italy, Greece, Spain, in 7, p. M.- -
this week. He will be stationed at
I Europe, and the peninsular portions of Asia, vaded society. We trust our colored fellow- the same soil in all the surrounding lands, army received from distant counties in
and it is said that he will makea
are the most densely peopled portions of the citizens will ;cad for themselves this deci- he will naturally infer that he will be safe scatteration, the of aris- Pennsylvania::: to-day do not materially alter

globe ; and there is every reason to believe sion of the Supreme Court", which affirms in selecting such a location, where he is sure tocrats stationed among here few army of whom army ever see the figures upon which last night's estimate

that Florida will not only be the Italy of their rights as citizens, but denies their superior of health, and can at the same time make a any more active service than walking down of 17,000 majority for the Republican Stat

: America, but agriculturally more important privileges as individuals to other people. grove, etc. We have doubtless many such the avenue of an afternoon. ticket was based.

t -..----------- --- VIRGINIA. ,
section of country, with larger resources places,if we had such men to develop them-
and greater commerce and trade. A New Orleans dispatch says : D. H. as Lawtey and Fairbanks. TUESDA 1"'ELECTIONS. RICHMOND, November 7, 12 ;\Additional

Bates, assistant general manager of the Western returns this morning show Democratic gainsof
The best kind of booming is to give results Gainesville has improved very much dur- The returns from the elections of Tuesdayare ,
Union member of the House of Delegates in
Telegraph Company, writes toE. one
actually accomplished, rather than extravagant ing the past season. Very many handsome as yet incomplete from some of the
A. Burke of the Times-Democrat each of the following counties: Charlotte
1 promises of what can be done. A residences have been erected in all quartersof States, but so far as they have been received
that the latter's Florida Culpepper, Fairfax, Fluvanna, Franklin
Everglades Expedition the town substantial they show Republican gains in at least three
ten-year-old orange tree full of fruit is a bet- ; Craig, Henry, Montgomery, Norfolk. Wythe.
i be instructed to make of that
ter inducement than a golden picture of a survey taking the places of the old structures, States, while the Democrats have carried Princes Anne, Roanoke Greene. Madison,

.; small boys up in the limbs throwing down country with a view of ascertaining the feas- and there is an evident confidence in the Virginia. :Massachusetts, which last year Smyth and Bland. The Democrats also gain

.i 3 oranges to fashionably dressed ladies below. ibility of building telegraph lines from the future of the inland city, which ought to elected Ben Butler to the gubernatorialoffice I two in Chesterfield and Powhatan counties.

.j a An acre of sugar-cane gives more substantial cable of the Western Union Company, on bear the more euphonious and attractivename has "given the old man his chance." I two in Rockbridge, and two in Washington.This .

proof' of the soil than the talk about it. the Western coast, through the Everglades, of ALACHUA.The and during his brief administration this with the loss of one member in Caroline -

t Florida does not need to be praised so muchas to Jupiter Inlet, on the Eastern coast. All certainty of the speedy constructionof political freebooter has shocked the sensitiveness county, makes the net Democratic { ainof
vessels going from the West Indies and Gulf 18, which insures a Democratic majorityin
it does to be exhibited. the Live Oak & Rowland's Bluff Railroadvia of the better people to such an extent -
of Mexico to Atlantic In- the House of 15 with of
ports pass Jupiter a good prospect
Gainesville has given a new impetus to as to curdle the blue blood of the Old'
let, and the Western Union Company have the majority reaching 25 or 30. The Demo-
this county, and new settlers are coming inconsiderable Bay State" at the prospect of a second ad- i
been requested by underwriters and ship i crats have 22 out of the 40 Senators which! :
writer in the Times'Union November. numbers. F. ministration. Butler's defeat is not necessarily -
A of to establish will make them a majority of 4. with the
owners station
a telegraph thereto
1 asserts that the cause of General Finley'sdefeat --- ----- a Republican victory over the Demo- chances of increasing it to 8. The Demo

.: ': was the indifference of the young Democracy. announce the safe passage of vessels. The JVLISII11\TG TO N. crats, as many of the leaders of the Democ- crats estimate their majority on the popular
survey will be made as requested, a courier
What the especial motive of this racy openly opposed him. His politicalcareer vote of the State at between 12,000 and 20,000.
having been sent after the expedition with THE CIVIL RIGHTS DECISION-THE RAID ON THE
attack upon General_ Finley and the Democratic was pretty effectually ,settled last LATER.Prominent Readjustee here ha"egiven
necessary instruments.We BOGUS PENSION ATTORNEYS, ETC. that
There is doubt
Tuesday.In up contest. no
party is we can hardly conjecture. It To the Editor of the llirrur:
; New York,the treachery of John Kelly the Democrats have elected a majority in
certainly has no foundation in fact, so far as
notice of late marked
a improvementin
WASHINGTON, D. C., November 27. now
both branches of the Legislature. They
and his
I Tammany following has probably
we know or believe General Finley had at the typographical appearance of the Florida The discussion which has followed the I claim a majority of 3 in the Senate and of 20
defeated the Carr
Democratic ticket. the
his previous election a majority of over Agriculturist, the able agricultural jour- decision of the Supreme Court in the civil i in the House, which will give them a ma
1.200. It was believed that he was rights still continues and it to be Republican Secretary of State, is elected bya the
wrongfully nal published. De Land. Its handsome case seems jority of 23 on joint ballot. This insures

';, deprived of his seat by a partisan Con- appearance now is in better keeping with its the determination of the colored element to majority between 10,000 and 13,000. The election of a Democratic United States Senator -
make it hot the Legislature, which will have the election of the
Ir s. contents.The : for Republican party. A I as the successor of :Mahone. If

"{ It was to vindicate the people of Florida, literary bureau has been established, and Senator. Lapham's successor to the United Democratic gains continue to increase at the

who were deprived of their chosen annual report of W. W. Upton, Second Mr. Bob Ingersoll, who, now that the Star States Senate, is claimed by the Republicans : same rate as those already received, the
representative .
that General Comptroller of the Treasury, has been Route cases are over, is out of a job which in both branches. New York, which last Democratic popular majority will reach
Finley to become
urged -
n ':,: ; submitted to Secretary Folger. It shows keeps him before the public, has been en- year elected a Democratic Governor by the 18,000.

I : a candidate. The convention nominated that during the last fiscal year 28,516 accounts gaged to lecture in different cities to work unprecedented majority of nearly 200,000, is MARYLAND.

I '." him with great unanimity. There and claims were settled, involving an up a sentiment for the "down-trodden race." thus again,placed in the column of doubtful BALTIMOME, November 7, 12 m.The returns -

", was*no question of young or old Democracy expense of$99,462,000. I A petition'is to be sent to Congress, signed States for 1884. from a number of counties are still inIL -

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complete, hut MilIicii'Dt have l been mvivedto ORDINANCE ,

insure the election of the entire;Demo FOR THE J :
OF LICENSE & 'r : :
cratic State ticket. Both hranches'of the TAXES.BE > _

Legislature are Democratic. The Senate will IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYORand
stand 14 Democrats and 12 Republicans. Council THE ATTENTION OF THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSTO

The House of Delegates will stand 63 Demo- SECTION 1. No person shall engage in or W FURNITURE! THEIR

and 28 manage the business, profession or occupa-
crats Republicans, giving the Demo-
tion referred to in this Ordinance, unless a
crats a majority of 37 on joint ballot. city license shall have been procured from New Fall Goods Now
MISSISSIPPI. the City Collector, which license shall be, RECEIVED THIS
issued to each person on receipt of the JUST ,
JACKSON November 7, 11 A.M.-In the leg- proper anew 1o? of
amount together with the Clerk's fee of AND RECEIVED BY EVERY
islative and county elections yesterday there twenty-five cents for each license and shall STEAMER.
was no opposition to the regular Democratic he signed by the Collector and City Clerk. Chamber Suits,
No license !shall be issued for than Novelties 1 nDress Silks
more one
ticket, except in a few counties, where the ---I Parlor Suits '
year and all licenses shall I expire on the ;
Republicans and Democrats combined on a first dav of October of each year; but fractional Goods ,. .
fusion ticket against the Independents,Chal licenses may be issued to expire on Tables, Lounges; Velveteens,

mers' faction. The returns come in slowly, that day at a proportionate rate, estimating I- Bookers Chairs
from the first day of the month in which Cashmeres Prints
but there is no doubt of the success of the the license is so issued. ,

regular Democratic and fusion tickets. SEC. 2. The businesses, professions and occupations Wardrobes, Cambrics
NEW JERSEY. for which such license tax shall Bedsteads etc., etc.,
be collected are hereby declared to be those ,
TRENTON, November 7, 4 p. M.-Fuller returns mentioned____n_______ n in_ _Roottnn_______ _11_ of... _on u .Ant_ w r\f. Hio w..'" :s: Springs Mattresses I
from the various counties are arriving, Legislature of 1883, entitled "An Act for the ... ,. I AT LOW PRICES.
but many of the interior counties can as yet Assessment and Collection of Revenue," approved -riuows, etc., etc. |L
March 5, 1883. and for which cities n-I -
only be estimated. Abbett's majority appears may impose license tax; and the amount of i : "
to be steadily increasing. The Trenton license tax for which each person engagedin !-L- CALL AND EXAMINE. House-Keeping- Goods

Times,in a carefully prepared table of actual such business profession, or occupation, ,
estimated shall be liable is hereby declared to be fifty A FULL ASSORTMENT.
and returns gives Abbett
per cent of the amount fixed by said act. FRED W.'HOYT! & CO.
majority. The Republicans will have majority SEC. 3. All restrictions requirements and 4wFURNITURE Blankets

in the Senate, and the Democrats 7 penalties, and the manner of collecting, provided and Comfortables,

majority in the House. This will give a in the act above mentioned,are hereby OF ALL GRADES.
adopted for the collection of license
taxes in
Democratic majority of 4 on joint ballot. t (
the City of Fernandina !
so far as the same ySf Special atttcntioii is called
NEBRASKA. may apply, except express companies or F.ne
their to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of MClllO Clothl.ng
agents, who shall
OMAHA, November 7,7 P. M.-Returns from pay only twenty-five ,
dollars for each ..
elegant cut and
150 precincts give Reese Republican, for Supreme SEC. 4. The Collector) shall transmit to the manufacture.

Court Judge, 2,150 majority. Esti- Council, at its first: meeting in each month, Gents' Furnishing Goods nu .
mates based on the returns place his majority a statement showing the amount of moneys GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS the new styles.A .
received for licenses during the
in the State between 5,000 and 6,000. !month, with the name of eacl. person preceding paying Jj'b- Cull line or Ladies' and

:MINNESOTA. the same, the amount paid by each the AT LOiYPR CFS. Cents'I Underwear

Sr. PAUL, November The only missing date of such payment, and the business or VHLAL AND RBTAIL. ,
profession for which the same was issued
; i
returns of the election in this State are those aud said .G@Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING
statement shall be !signed" by the H KING & CO., of New
from points off the lines of the railroads, Collector and Clerk; and the Collector shall O
York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to
to the Treasurer the order and fit
and these will be some days in getting in. nay amount collected guaranteed.
by him for licenses on the first day of each P
The Republican majority in the State will month.\ ,
not be less than 25,000. SEC. 5. All Ordinances, or 'parts of Ordinances a H JT. & T. KYDD ,
___ ___u____ M( ...
conflicting with the provisions of ,
Archaeological diggers at Canterbury, Eng., this Ordinance are hereby repealed. a CD
Passed first reading October 10, 1883. 't FERNANDINAI FLA g
found a score of ancient skeletons, some Roman .
Passed second reading October 31 1883. pO -
of red of A. B. ITOYES
urns ware a fragment highly
Passed third reading, and adopted, October = O RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
decorated Roman bowl, and curious flint in- 31, 1883. ,
3 CD
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G. F. AVERY -- --
st rumen ts.Dakota -DEALER IN-
President of Council ==
---- --- pro tern.
; is already to have a college. It is Attest: MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIPLINE !

to be established by the Presbyterians at W. F.Approved WOOD, Jr.:, City Clerk. GOfc Family Supplies, CD _

Jamestown:; and the city is to give $10,000 F. C. SUHRER
and valuable lands toward the endowment 50 Acting Mayor.: M HEAVY GROCERIES, P FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .

of the institution. Nn


List of Letters Provide a Fire Department for the City of Hay and Grain, GCrf

Remaining the Post-Office at Fernandi-! Fernandina. o

ua. Nassau county\ Florida, Nov. 9 1883. I O -
Persons calling for these letters. must say BI Council of the City of Fernandina: z O

advertised: SECTION:) 1. That a Fire Department. shall = _
Atkins. :Mrs. Morgan, Charles be organized)' the Council for the City of Furniture, +
Artis Mary Jane Mooney Jack Fernandina, and shall consist of as much M

Armstrong, Julia Rouptias, Saction force and such officers as the Council shall 1 5 Stores,' ''*- ;
Gibbs, Adams Rod we!I, Sharper ((2)) specify. There shall be one Chief and a H
Hasty, J M Small. Anner First and Second Assistant, to be elected by OBo
Harget, John Simons. Mary the Council and to hold office for the term P-I Paints, ...
Jones, Mrs. S U Treplis, Phen of one year, or until their successors are O Crockery: ,
Jack, E A Wright, E M elected; said officers to be elected at the 00. i. y. i
Jenkins, Hannah D Wilder Lus first regu'ameeting of Council in Nov- Hardware CD -
ember in ;
year. :
Ogle berg, Henry Will, Gorge
Moore, Percy Wilson, Lawrence SEC. 2. The Fire Department shall be under FINE STEAMSHIPS
the control of the City Council and the Willow-Ware.
Morrest, Kattie Young. Carry P
Council shall have general l superintendenceof 1.G8O T<)N8.
Young Patsey all property belonging to said Depart- = STATE: OF TEX-A.S, 1,343 TONS.CARONDELET .

SAM'L T. Ri DELL. P. M.Absolutely ment. O NS I .,rnu TOX_.c_
SEC. 3. The Chief Engineer shall have supreme .. ...... ,VESTERN TEXAS, 1,210- TON- -.
command of the Fire Department at O
all fires; and in his absence the assistants in M S
the order named. H ... ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
SJoc.4. That
, it shall not be lawful for an h
organization of firemen to have anything to I

do ment, or of be the connected City of ,Fernandina with the Fire without Depart-the .'I rric : &: Low t : thc Low at p ONE of the THURSDAY above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
of Council.
consent sonville, Cedar Keg and Peninsular Railroad. -
SEC. 5. No apparatus belonging to the department -
ROYAL I oW ; !shall he assigned to This Line, having no Transfers between Fernamlina; and New
uo uiur o- without the written consent of any the privateuse Chief C. H. HTJOT, York:, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
,4 +MuI and the approval of the chairman of the FRUITS, VEGETABLES and others.
Committee on Fire Department.SEC. -DEALER INI The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
G. The different companies shall ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
choose their own officers and manage their -' connections at FEKNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
ir.I own internal affairs. ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
SEC. 7. That in case of any disagreement OZHLAJNTZDZDZEZRTTGroceries JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
Ni N- .-- __ RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and ,
between a tire company and the Chief or -1 1Ii GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
other officer of the Department, the same I PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA. and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD

shall, after the emergency be referred to the Hardware, for LAKE WEIR.
Council, who shall decide the matter in con- THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.

troversy.SEC.. 8..That the Chief Engineer shall have DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, For freight, passage rates. and schedules or further information, apply to

power to suspend at any time any member R. 1" SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
of the Fire Department or any company for Second Street. FERN ANDIK FLORIDA.
4KIf4G any act calculated to cause a disturbance or C. MALLORY Y & CO.,
bring disgrace upon the Department, until vie FERNANDINA, FLA. : Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
such time as he can bring the case before
Council for investigation.SEC. .
done under the direction of the Committeeon -------- _
---- - -----
-- ---- ----
Fire Department.SEC. .

POWDER i Fire Department. 10. Any company shall desiring apply in to join writing the, {.,-TEAMJ] [{ -SAW']} {[MILL.' ']} H.: El. DOTTERJER ,

I. through its proper officers, to Council, stating : *.___ -I :: .. :e
Pure. the number of members, its officers etc.; INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OFr'F
such application to be indorsed by the Chair-
rPIIIS POWDER man of the Committee on Fire Department. C. H. KUOT: PROP IETOR,
never varies. A marvel '
-L of purity strength and wholesomeness. SEC. 11. Each company shall adopt some _* *_*_* !1

and More economical. than the ordinary kinds, I which uniform uniform badge or to badge be worn shall when be reported on duty to, TTAS constantly on handLumber :& ,

multitude cannot of be low sold test in, short competition weight,with alum the or and approved by Council. The Council shall [: FAMILY GROCERIES: }

phosphate powders. Sold hin also adopt a uniform or badge to be worn ;!JJ- by Cargoes. -f-, +-
cans. bv the Chief and Assistants when *!
:38 lOG Wall Street, New York. SEC. 12. The Chief shall, with the approvalof Office on Second Street. vie
Council make such further rules,and reg- EMBRACING MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
Dissolution of Partnership."DY ulations for the government of the depart-
ment as he may deem necessary. A B. NOYES
MUTUAL CONSENT THE CO- Passed first reading October 3, 1883. W. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES
-U ), ,
partnel'8hir.heretofore existing besween Passed second reading October 17, 1883.
1.' It McGINNIS and W. S. RAWSON i is Passed third reading October 17, 1883, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
disc"lved. The said McGinnis retires, and adopted. ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED: AS
said Rawson continues in the business alone. FRED W.. HOYT (GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES,
All parties:: having any claims to settle with President of Council.
the aforesaid firm will adjust them with W.v Attest: CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.

Rawson, who has assumed all debts and W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.Approved Corner of Second
and Centre Streets
liabilities of the said partnership.J. : Steamboat near ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO: SELECTIONS OF .
W. S. RAWSON. 47 Acting Mayor. FERNAXDINA, FLORIDA. -+ +-

October 15, 1883. I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES
McCartney Hedge Rose Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
Having purchased the entire stock' of Plants. Evans. Special rates Merchandise: in -$- *W j +-

Horses, Carriages, etc., belonging to the late I HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDA-GROWN large quantities.
h.mi of McGinnis & Rawson, I shall contInue Plants for sale at this place. Price $2.50 Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROGUBED.NE'V .
the business at the old stand, and revpectfully per 100; $20.00 per 1000. ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the --
best in the
\ solicit a continuance of the pat- ALSO. UMBRELLA TREES.M. world. y ..
ronage of the customers of the late firm. O'NEILL, PLOWS.Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED GOODS Received Y Every Steame

W. S. RAWSON. Fairbanks, Florida Transit fi. R. Local OF -
t-ernandina Agent for BANK JACKSON
Fla., October 16, 1883. Refer to C. D. Furman .
Fairbanks, Fla. VILLE. 33 Cor. Second and, .Centre Sts.. FERNANDINAi: .. ;r1i






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THE CIVIL RIGHTS DECISION. authority, enact a code of laws for the en- a person may see fit ,to practice as to the Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools- .c.r
-- forcement and vindication of all rights of gnests he will entertain, or as to the peoplehe in October. Troy. .y, ew

: THE REASONING THAT GUIDED THE SUPREME life, liberty and property? If it is"not sup- will take into his coach, or cab, or car,or FOURTH CIRCUIT County Treamrer-J.M. N. Peacock

COURT IN ITS ACTION-DISTINCTIONS BETWEEN posable that the States may deprive personsof admit to his concert or theatre, or deal with Spring Term- Troy. New

life, liberty and property without due in other matters of intercourse or business. St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Collector of Revenue-Newton
of law and the amendment itself
a 'process ( Inn-keepers are.public carriers:, by the laws, Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Troy.
UNDER THE SAME LAW. does suppose this,) why should Congress not of all States, so far as we' are aware, are Bradford, 1st Tuesday in,April. Assessor of Taxes A. S.Ackley, New
WASHINGTON, October 25.-Justice Bradley proceed at once to prescribe due process of bound to the extent of their facilities to fur- Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy.

who gave expression to the decision of law"for the protection of every one of these nish proper accommodation to all unobjec- Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Judge-LEON Wm.COUNTY.P. Byrd
fundamental in Tallahassee.
rights every possible case, tionable who in good faith apply
persons Duval 1st Tuesday in May.
the United States Court recentlyin Sheriff-A. Moseley Tallahassee.
Supreme ,
as well as to prescribe equal privileges in for them. If the laws themselves make any Fall Term-
the civil rights cases, has just received inns, public conveyances and theatres? The unjust discrimination amenable to the prohibitions St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.

from the printer the first revised copy of his truth is that the implication of power to of the Fourteenth Amendment, Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee Superintendent. of Schools-Henry N Felkel'

opinion. Although its salient features were legislate in this manner is based upon the Congress has full power.to afford a remedy Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
assumption that if States are forbidden to under that amendment and in accordancewith
well forth in the abstract made for Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of RC'l.'enue-C. C. Pearce
fairly set legislate or act in a particular way on a par- it. When .a man hasemerge..{ from Nassau 3d in October. Talla-
the at the time, its reasoning and the ticular subject and powers conferred Tuesday hassee.
press upon slavery and by aid of beneficent legislationhas Duval 1st in November.FIFTH .
Tuesday Assessor of Taxes G. A. Croome
steps by which the court reached its conclusions Congress to enforce the prohibition this shaken off the inseparable concomitantsof Tallahassee. -
1 involved gives Congress power to legislate generallyupon that state, there must be some stage in CIRCUIT.
the several points are new,
on that and not to the Spring Term- LEVY COUNTY.
subject merely power progress of his elevation when he takes
and interesting : provide modes of redress against such State the rank of a mere citizen, and ceases to be Sumter, 3d Monday in March. County Judge Jno.F. McDonell, Bronson.

After quoting the first two sections of the legislation or action. The assumption is the special favorite, of the laws,' and when :Marion, 4th Monday in March. Clerk-J.. Barco, Bronson.
act and stating briefly what he understands certainly unsound. It is repugnant to the his rights as a citizen or man are to be protected Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.

" to be their purport and effect, Justio Brad- Tenth Amendment of the Constitution, in the ordinary modes by which March. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
; ley says : Has Congress the constitutional whicH declares that powers not delegated to other men's rights are protected. There Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday" .in Collector of Ret.enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
: i power to make such a law ? Of course no the United States by the Constitution nor were thousands of free colored people in this March. Key.
one will contend that the power to pass it prohibited bit to the States are reserved to country before the abolition ,of slavery, 'enjoying Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-

was constitutional before the adoption of the the States respectively or to the people. all the essential rights of life, liberty March. hall, Bronson.
last three amendments. The power is sought Justice Bradley then refers to the fact that and property the same as white citizens, yet Fall Term- MADISON COUNTY.
first in the 14th Amendment. The first sec- the fourth section of the act under consider, no one at that time thought that it was any Sumter 1st Monday in October. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi
{ tion (which is the one relied on), after declaring ation, 'which relates to discrimination on I invasion of their personal status as freemen Marion, 3d Monday in October. son.
who shall be citizens of the United account of race or color in the selection of because they were not admitted to all the Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison.

i States and of the several States, is ''prohibi jurors, has been held by the court to'be con- privileges enjoyed by white citizens, or be- Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison

. ( tory in its character, and prohibitory upon stitutional. He points out, however, that cause they were,subjected to discriminationsin Alachua, 1st Monday after 4tb Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner'
; the States. It' declares that no State shall ,disqualifications on juries are only created the enjoyment of accommodations in November. Madison.
.' i make or enforce any law which shall abridge by State statutes or enforced by State officers inns, public conveyances and places of SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison

: the privileges or immunities of citizens of and says: "This aspect of the law was an nsement. :Mere discriminations on account Spring Term- Collector of Ret.enue1H.. Warring, Mad-
, { the United States, nor shall any State deprive -, deemed sufficient to divest it of any uncon- of race or color were not regarded as Orange, 4th'Monday in January. ison.
I any person of life, liberty or property stitutional character, and makes it differ badges of slavery. If since that time the Volusia, Monday in February. Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad
, without due process of law ; nor deny to widely from the first and second sections of enjoyment of equal rights in all these respects Brevard Monday in March. ison.
I any person within its jurisdiction the equal the same act which we are now considering has been established by constitutional Dade, 3d Monday in April. MANATEE COUNTY.
: protection of the laws. It is State action of ." He also refers to the Civil Rights Bill enactment, it is not by force of the Thir- Fall Term- County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.
t a particular character that is prohibited. Individual of April 4, 1866, and shows that that, too is teenth Amendment (which merely abolishes Orange, 2d Monday in August. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee
t invasion of individual rights is not'' clearly corrective in its character intendedto slavery), but by force of the Fourteenthand Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.

.' J the subject-matter of the amendment. It counteract and furnish redress against Fifteenth Amendments.On Brevard 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown

, f nullifies and makes void all State action of State laws and proceedings and customs having the whole, we are of opinion that no 2d Monday in November. Collector of Revenue-Clarion G. Carlton,
f every kind,which impairs the privileges and the force of law which sanction the countenance of authority for the passage of Popash.
; immunities of citizens of the United States, wrongful acts specified." the law in question can "be found ;n either County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
or which injures them in life, liberty or In this connection" he adds "it is the Thirteenth or Fourteenth Amendmentsof County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines- Pine Level.

property without. due process of law, or proper to state that civil rights, such as are the Constitution, and no other ground of ville. MARION COUNTY.

which denies to any of them the equal pro- guaranteed by the Constitution against State authority for its passage being suggested it Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County Judge Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala
tection of the laws. It not only docs this, aggression, cannot be impaired by the wrongful must necessarily oe void.Nassau Sh'eriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
but in order that the national will thus declared acts of individuals unsupported by State Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- SheriffB.. Crutchfield. Ocala.
may not be mere brutum fulmen, the authority in the shape of laws customs, or Fibre, ville. Assesstor of lores Thomas Marco, Cotton
last section of the amendment invests Congress I judicial or executive proceeding. The wrongful Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- Plant.
with the power to enforce it by appropriate act of an individual, unsupported by the For beds, pillows and mattresses, .superiorto ville. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy

I legislation, to enforce prohibition, to law of a State, is the crime of that individual anything else in use. For sale by Superintendent of Schools W. N. Sheats, Ocala. ,
adopt appropriate legislation for correctingthe an invasion of the rights of the injured Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin
effects of such prohibited State laws and party it is true, whether they affect his per- June 24-tf' FRED W. HOYT & Co. BAKER COUNTY. Fort McCoy.

State acts, and thus to render them effectu- son, his property or his reputation, but if County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. MONROE COUNTY.
ally null, void and innocuous. This is the not sanctioned in some way by the State or GENERAL DIRECTORY. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. County Judge Chas. S. Baron,'Key West

legitimate power conferred upon Congress, not done under State authority, his rights Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.
and this is the whole of it. It does not invest remain in full force and may presumably be United States Officers.LAND Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West.

Congress with power to legislate upon vindicated by resort to the laws of the State OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. derson. Assessor of Tuxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr..
subjects which are within the domain of for redress. An individual cannot deprive a Regz.ster-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville., Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith Key West.
State legislation but to provide modes of man of his right to vote, to hold property, to Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Sanderson. Collector of Revenue-Walter C. :Maloney,

relief against State legislation, or State ac- buy or sell, to sue in courts, or to be a wit-- Sun.'eyorGeneralIalachi Martin, Talla- Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb Jr., Key 'Vest.Superintendent.
tion of the kind referred to. It does not ness or juror. He may by force or fraud interfere hassee. Olustee. of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key
authorize Congress to create a code of muni- with the enjoyment of a right in a DISTRICT COURT. BRADFORD COUNTY. West.

cipal law for the regulation of private rights, particular case. He may commit assault Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. NASSAU COUNTY.
but to provide modes of redress against the against or commit murder, or use
; persons J.llarshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. .
County Judge-Hinton J. Baker Fernan
operation of State laws, and the action of ruffian violence at the polls, or slander the Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. dina.
State officers, executive or judicial, when good name of a fellow-citizen but unless
Assessor Taxes N. C.
of Wainwright, Lake Clerk-J. A. Edwards
, f\ fundamental .
of the
these are subversive protected in these wrongful acts by some Butler.
rights specified in the amendment. Positive shield of State law or State authority he Collector Dehnis Eagan, Jacksonville. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina.
'I Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland Fer-
and undoubtedly cannot the He will COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. ,
, rights privileges are destroy or injure right. Santa Fe.Superintendent. nandina.
secured by the Fourteenth Amendment, but only render himself amenable to satisfactionor John W. Howell, Fernandina.
q they are secured by way of prohibition punishment and amenable therefor to Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Starke. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer-

l. against State laws and State proceedings, the laws of the State where the wrongful F. House, St. Augustine. nandina.
affecting those rights and privileges, and by acts are committed. Hence in all those Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
County Judge-James A. McCrory City botham
the power given to Congress to legislate for cases where the Constitution seeks to pro- Point. Callahan.

the purpose of carrying such prohibitioninto tect the rights of a citizen against the discriminative State Officers. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. ORANGE COUNTY.

effect, and such legislation must neces- and unjust laws of a State by Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses Geor- County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.
sarily be predicated upon supposed State prohibiting such laws, it is not individual EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. gianna. Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando.
t laws or State proceedings, and be directed to offences, but the abrogation and denial of Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.
Collector Revenue-A. D. Johnston
Governor Wm. D. Bloxham Tallahassee. of
the corporation of their operation and effect. rights which it denounces, and for which it Assessor of Taxes-James 11. Owens, Fort
lando .
Lieutenant- W. Bethel Orange county.Superintendent
of this dictinction -Livingston Reid Fla. 4.tJCollector
An apt illustration maybe clothes Congress with power to provide a
West.Secretary of Schools-A. Grady La
found in some of the provisions of the remedy. Key of Revenue-Richard H. )Marks
of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Grange. Sanford.
original Constitution. Take the subject of .
contracts for example. The Constitution lahassee. CLAY COUNTY.County Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks.
If the of whichwe
principles interpretation J. T.
law impairing Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Judge- Copeland, Orange Fort Reid.
States from passing -
any have laid down correct deem
are as we Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle Tallahassee. Park.
the obligation of contracts. This them to be it is clear that the law in PUTNAM COUNTY.
ques- Attorney-General-George P. Raney Talla- Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green Cove
did not give to Congress power to provide tion cannot be sustained by any grant of hassee. Springs. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.

laws for the general enforcement of con- legislative power made to Congress by the Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Clerk W. F. Forward, Palatka.
tracts, nor power to invest courts of the Fourteenth Amendment. Sheriff Thomas Shall}'.
Tallahassee. Springs.
United States with jurisdicfion over contracts Assessor-S. Timmons..
to enable to I Superintendent of Public Instruction K. Assessor of Taxes Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
so as parties sue upon
them in those courts. It did, however, give But the power of Congress to adopt direct Foster, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.

power to provide remedies by which im- and primary, as distinguished from correc- Adjutant-General Yonge,Tallahassee :Maxville. Strickland.
Schools M. F.
; pairment of contracts by State legislation tive, legislation on the subject in hand is BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Geiger, TAYLOR COUNTY.

might be counteracted and corrected, and sought in the second place from the Thir- (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas Middleburg. County Judge W. H. Parker, Perry.
this power was exercised. The remedy teenth Amendment, which abolishes slave- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.

} which Congress actually provided was that ry. This amendment declares "that neither see.ClerkR.. C. Long, Tallahassee. County Clerk-John Judge Vinzant W. :M. Ives Jr. ,Lake Jr., Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

contained in the 25th section of the Judicia- slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.
W. Lake .
Sherijf-J.{ Perry City.Assessor
l ry Act of 1879, giving to the Supreme Court a punishment for crime whereof a party Building, Jacksonville. Perry.
I of the United States jurisdiction by writ of shall have been duly convicted, shall exist of Taxes-L.W. Rivers;Lake City. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
4 error to review the final decisions of State within the United States or any place sub SUPREME COURT. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Sun.eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.

courts whenever they should sustain the va- ject to their jurisdiction," and it gives Con- Chief Justice-E.. :Randall, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Collector of RCIenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.

c lidity of a State statute or authority alleged gress power to enforce the amendment by Associate. Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Lake City. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.

to be repugnant to the Constitution or laws appropriate legislation. This amendment, DUVAL COUNTY. ST JOHN'S
of the United States. But under that orany as well as the Fourteenth, is undoubtedly see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, sonville.County Judge William A. McLean, Jack County Judge M. P.. COUNTY.Cooper, St. Augus !

other law it must appear as well by allegation self-executing, without any auxiliary legis- Jacksonville. tine. I
as proof at trial that the Constitutionhad lation, so far as its terms are applicable to Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St.
the action of State existing state of circumstances. its Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Augustine.
been violated by a any By CIRCUIT JUDGES. Ramon Hernandez
Sheriff St.
Assessor of Taxe.-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- Augustine
Some obnoxious State law own unaided force and effect it abolished
legislature. .
First Circuit -Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- ville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St.
that be is slavery and established universal freedom.
passed, or might passed, necessary sacola. Augustine.
in order the founda- Still, legislation be and Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown,
; to be assumed to lay may necessary proper Collector
Second Ci.cuit-David S. Walker Tallahas of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
tion of any Federal remedy in this case ; to meet all the various cases and circum- St.
and for the very sufficient reason that the stances to be affected by it, and to prescribe see.Third Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Augustine.
Circuit-E. Superintendent Schools C. F.
J. Vann, Madison. of Perpall,
sell Jacksonville.
f constitutional prohibition is against State proper modes of redress for its violation in
Fourth Circuit M. Baker St. Augustine.
James Jackson-
laws impairing the obligation of contracts. letter or spirit, and such legislation may be HAMILTON COUNTY.
And so in the present case, until some State primary and direct in its character, for the ville.Fifth County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.
law has been passed, or some State action amendment is not a mere prohibition of Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg
i through its officers or agents has been taken State laws establishing upholding slavery, ville. Sheriff James :M. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
adverse to the rights of citizens sought to be but an absolute declaration that slavery or Sixth Circuit-H. L. :Mitchell, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Sheriff 3. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
protected by the Fourteenth Amendment, involuntary servitude shall not exist in any Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. :McLeod, Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall, Webster. I

l no legislation of the United States under part of the United States. Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of Re'lenue-J. R. G. Hamilton
.l.h of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- SumtervilIe. I
said amendment, nor any proceeding under Court Calendar.FIRST .
a such legislation can be called into activity, erts, An cnim. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
Now, conceding, for the sake of
J for the prohibitions of the amendment are argument, HERNANDO COUNTY. Sumterville.
against State laws and acts done under State that admission to an inn, public convey- Fall Term- County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
veyance, or a place of public amusement on Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, lave
authority. equal terms with all other citizens, is the Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville.
I right of every man and all classes of men. is Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. B: Mickler, Brooksville. Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak.
An inspection of the law here in question it any more than one of those rights which in October. Assessor of lazes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
shows that it makes no reference whateverto States by the Fourteenth Amendment are Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday ville. Assessor of Taxes W. H. Sessions, Wei-
any supposed or apprehended violationof forbidden to deny to any person ? And is in October. Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, born.
the Fourteenth Amendment on the part the Constitution violated until the denial of Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Brooksville. Collector of Ret.'enue-Robert F. Allison,
of States. It is not predicated on any such the right has some State sanction or author- October. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher Live Oak.

view. It proceeds ex directo to declare that ity? Can the act of a mere individual own- Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Fort Dade. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones
certain acts committed by individuals shall er of an inn, public conveyance or place of This act amended section 2 of act of February HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.

be deemed offences, and shall be prosecutedand amusement refusing accommodation! be just- 10, 1879, and does not change the County Judge-H. L. Crane Tampa.
punished by proceedings in the courtsof ly regarded as imposing any badge of slaveryor Spring Term. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter
It does
the United States. not profess to servitude the
upon applicant, or only as THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.
be corrective of any constitutional wrong inflicting an ordinary civil injury, properly Spring Term-
Assessor of Taxes S.E. Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins Enterprise.
committed by States. It does not such make its cognizable by the laws of the State and presumably Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue W. F. nuns, Tampa. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
operation to depend upon any wrong to redress
I subject by those laws April.
Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
committed. It to aris-
applies equally cases until the contrary appears? Madison, 2d Monday in April.
ing in States which have the justest laws re- After to these prise.
giving all
questions the con- Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. De-
JEFFERSON. Collector of Ret'enue-John B. Jordan,
specting personal rights of citizens, and sideration which their
importance demands Suwanee after
1st Monday 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.
whose authorities are ever ready to enforce forced to the
we are conclusion that such in
an April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins Monticello. Cranshaw,
such laws as to those which arIse in States act of refusal has Superintendent of
nothing to do with slaveryor Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.
that may have violated the prohibition of involuntary,servitude, and that if it is in April.
Superintendent Schools W. R.
the amendment. In other words, it steps violative of any right of the his after 4th of Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.
party 6th
redress Lafayette, Tuesday Monday Monticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville.
into the domain of local jurisprudence and ,
is to be sought under the laws of the in April.
lays down rules for the conduct of individ- State, or if those laws are adverse to his Fall Term- ticello.County Treasurer iff. Girardeau, Mon- Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

uals in sanctions society toward for the enforcement each other,'and of those imposes rights be and found do not in protect corrective him, his legislation remedywill October.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of' Revenue-Joseph Palmer, :Mon- Superintendent Clerk Nat. R. Walker of Schools, Crawfordville.-\\ T. Duval,

rules, without referring in any manner to which Congress has adopted, or may adopt, Madison, 2d Monday in October. ticello. Crawfordville.
Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wau- TreasurerW.. Walker Craw
of its ,
action State author-
any supposed a or for counteracting the effect of State laws or Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. keenah.
ford yule.
ities. It Ibis legislation is appropriate for State action prohibited by the Fourteenth
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th
Monday LAFAYETTE Collector Retenue-'V H. Walker,Craw-
enforcing the prohibition of the amendment, Amendment. It would be running the in October.
it is difficult to see where it is going to stop. slavery argument into the ground, to makeit County Judge W. J. Dixon, New Troy. ford ville.
Columbia, Monday after 4th :Monday in Sheriff Thomas J. Walker New Assessor Tuxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw
Troy. of
Why may not Congress, with. equal show of apply to every act of discrimination which I! October. '
: Clerk-Howell Hawkins New fordville.J .
,, '"" Troy.

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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS., In the Justice's Court, Nassau' sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,

County, Fla.J. and all points in the West, Southwest, and DR. CLARK

Providing for the Issue of Scrip to Defray the STATE NASSAU, COUNTY., points; and with the Central and People's
You are hereby notified that a writ of at- Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for BLOOD
Expense of Purchasing Fire Apparatus. tachment has been issued against you, the for Apalachicola Columbus, and and Tuesdays Eufaula. and Saturdays SYRUP

E IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR said V. R. Bristol, and your property at- ,
: 3 Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE .
'. of the tached to satisfy the demand of J. & T. ,
City of Fernandina: Cures all diseases of
D55ELTTON the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida the Stomach
1. That for the purpose of raising Kydd, amounting to the sum of twenty-two i Central and Western Railroad. layer, Bowels,
funds for the purchase and care of fire appa- dollars and fifty cents. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS
Through tickets via this line at the Company's testify to its
ratus for the city, the issue of interestbearing Now, unless you shall appear before,G. W. efficacy in
Ticket Office and at No. healing the
scrip to an amount not exceeding two Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for West Depot Street. 7 above named diseases, and

thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, .Nassau County, at his office at Fernandina, W. Bay M. DAVIDSON pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man.
L authorized. Fla., on the 24th day of November, A. D. ,
SEC. 2. Said scrip shall bear eight percent. 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be General Jacksonville Manager, i '
Fla. :
'I per annum interest, and shall be receivablefor rendered against you and your property sold WILLIAM 0. GUARANTEED TO CURE
taxes for the years 1884 and 1885 in the to pay the debts. Dated this 20th day of AMES, DYSPEPSIA.
following proportion : one thousand dollars September, 1883. Gen'l Passenger Agent, Trade Mark
f of 1884 and J. & T. KYDD. Jacksonville, Fla.
for taxes one dollars, ; j. s. MCELROY AGENTS WANTS -
or such part thereof as may be issued, for ,Fernandina,.Fla., Sept. 22, ..1883.4w Master D_

right taxes to of redeem 1885; but said the scrip Council at such reserves previoustime the In the Justice's Court, Nassau Transportation Tallahassee, ,Fla.TIME Laboratory 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.

as they may deem expedient, after having County, Fla. CARD

advertised for the space of thirty days in WM. F. WOOD, Jr., vs. V. R. BRISTOL. OF THE Dr. Clark Johmo1&:-My children CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
some newspaper publication in the City of Indian were sick with Fever, and a short trial of
Fernandina such order, for redemption and STATE OF FLORIDA, FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR 46 Blood Syrup completely cured them. your

interest on said scrip shall cease after the NASSAU COUNTY. RAILROADAND RUDIE CANTLER.
expiration of the said thirty days. You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment -
SEC. 3. The said scrip shall be signed by }has been issued against you, the FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. GUARANTEED TO CURB
the Mayor, President of Council, and City said V.;R. Dristoland.yonr property attached, In Effect October 5th, 1883. 1 INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE ALL BILIOUSNESS CASES OF
Clerk, and shall bear the seal of the city. to satisfy the demand of Wm. F. Wood, Jr., GOING SOUTH. mmRev. S DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH;,
The form of said scrip shall be determinedupon amounting to the sum of six dollars and COSTIVENESS
Council Leave Fernandina.....................-.11.00 a.m. ENLARGED SPLEEN COLIC &C.
SEC.by 4. Said scrip, shall be issued by the sixty Now cents., unless you shall appeubefore G. W. Leave Hart's Road..............::.......11.10 a.m. Memphis.JR.,Tenn.Graves says,Editor:' 1 received and Proprietor a package"Baptist of roar," .?.J.1882 R., Johnson I M, D.. of Abbeville. Miss.. Aug
Committee on Fire Department in'such Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for Leave Callahan...................-:...... 12.40p.m. Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College,says and:have am practiced a graduate thirty.fiveifl of Georgiauedlcal 1 .
!sums as may be applied for. said county,at his office at Fernandina, Fla., :Leave Dutton....................!... ..... 1.07p.m.Leave and works certainly like a charm.no mere I wart of Zeiiin'smitnre.no better Liver Regulator LiverLws1C1L.but I practice. It is not only n Rood< Branch ................. ., it taasoc.'rercrramtdyfertni.!
SEC. 5. The Committee on Fire Depart- on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1883, at Brandy 1.22 p.m. Rev.E.A. Hnffins,Franklin.Ky. l tlv.J..s. ;
ment shall report to each meeting of Council 10 a. m., judgment will be rendered against Arrive Baldwin................ .......... 1.45 p.m. cine Aug.I'82,says: It is the best medi p 8 O.,J an.'82.says; .aYiS.: i have'nsed Zeil-n.
the amount of scrip issued the precedingweek you and your property sold to the debt. Leave Baldwin........................... 2.10p.m. is caring have me ever of Dyspepsia.taken In my Send life.ma It in's preparation great deal.but nnd
to whom issued, the date, etc., and Dated this 20th day of October pay, 1883. Leave Maxville.......................... 2.35 p.nl. another package. Mast have it. in;your its effect medicine on the altogether system.The superior best.!
aid report shall be spread upon the minutesof 47 iVM. F. WOOD, JR.1laster's Leave Highland........................... 2.56 p.m. Ala.Rev.. March J. L.18S2 Brittain, of BlonntsvOle. Dr. S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist Memphis,
Council. Leave Lawtey ....................:_...... 3.12p.m. i torpid liver and says costiveness: I suffered and with Tenn.,says; "Have sold! it 30 -"'S; my predecessor
your sold it
SEC. G. Each piece of scrip shall designatethe Sale. Leave Temple's................. ........ 3.28 p.m. I with medicine admirable cared me My wife has need it good one many.no one IU'S can before deny:me.;and Time that: this it is medicine the trap and is: n
for which it is receivable for taxes. Arrive Starke.............................. ............ effect for sicklieadacbepennino'S iiamona Liver Medicine'nonedara c.-xinsny
SY.c.7.year The funds received for said UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Leave Starke .............................. 3.36 p.m. Original and Only Genuine. Estab. 1810. -.. '''' .
shall be deposited with the Treasurer to scrip the the Fourth Judicial rendered in the Circuit Court of Leave Thurston .......................... 3.48p.m. r r Put up in and 25c.bottles and $1.byJJCLST. packages ;., 9 '- 0i 1 "_,+ .:.I a,

credit of the Fire Department Fund, and Circuit of Florida, Nas- Arrive Waldo............................. 4.10 p.m. .F. M NS& .LOUIS.MO, .l' C ., F :
shall be paid out upon warrants issued in sau County, on the 4th day of September, Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20 p.m. .. .-...j.. l'F; .JT... f" .l1i'5; f '
A.D.1883 b'V.. B. r.- ; o. .. ". .. -
; ::;
Young, Esq., referee, in "; -i/
accordance with the rules of Council. Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m. "
the suit of M. _
Passed first reading October 10. 1883. Hammond vs. Thos. J. Leave Arredondo ........................ 5.24 p.m.
Wharton for
Passed second reading October 10. 1883. foreclosure of mortgage, I will. : Leave Batton.................'............ 5.36p.m.
as Special Master named ;
Passed third reading, and adopted, Octo- for sale to the in said decree, offer I Leave Archer.......................'....... 5.52 p.m. coLL/ & ARTFORDw
ber 10. 1883. Court-House door highest in bidder, before the Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21 p.m. ;
FRED W. HOYT, first Monday of November Fcrnandina, on the Leave Otter Creek....................... 6.51 p.m. 23
President pro lent of Council. fifth day of 'said month between next, being the Leave Rosewood..... ................... 7.30p.m. Established 1326.MANUFACTURERS ; r
Attest: hours the legal Arrive Cedar Key........................ 8.02 p.m. I
of sale on said day,nil the estate, title I
[SEAL] WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. and interest which Thomas J. Wharton had GOING NOKTH.1

Approved : on the 28th day of April. A. D. 1877, in and Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.15 a.m. .
F. C. SUHRER, to Lot No. ((9)) nine, in Block No. Twentyfive Leave Rosewood...............;;........ 7.53a.m. 'k1a : : '
46 Acting Mayor. ((25)), in the City of Fernandina, Nassau Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.28 a.m. -t;(. ".,
County Florida. Leave Bronson.. .............. ........... 9.10a.m. .
In the Court Nassau Terms cash, purchaser paving for title.J. Leave Archer.............................. 9.41 a.m. ...- ,
County A. ELLERMANN. Leave Batton .............................. 9.5S a.m.
County, Florida. Special Master. Leave Arredondo .......................10.16 a.m.
In Matter of the Estate of Nelson Parker. Fernandina Fla., Sept. 29, 1883. 43-td Leave Gainesville......................10.44 a.m.
Arrive Waldo.............................11.30 a.m.
TTrilEREAS, P." C. SUHRER, AS AD- Leave Waldo........................... ..11.45 a.m.
} \ ministrator of the estate of Nelson BOOKS AND STATIONERY: Leave Thurston.........................12.13 p.m.
Parker deceased, has applied to the County Arrive Starke.............................. ............. \ n tst _
Court! for the County of Nassau for an order HORACE Leave Starke...............................1...31 p.m. -
to sell certain lands belonging to the estateof DREW Leave Temple's.........................12.39 p.m.
Xel.MHi J Parker deceased, for payment of "Oookseller, Stationer, Leave Lawtey ............................ 1.00 p.m.
debts of said estate, said lands lying in the J-* Printer and Leave Highland......................... 1.20 p.m.
County of Nassau, Florida, and described as Binder. Leave Maxville........................... 1.38 p.m.
follows: Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.00 p.m. OFPicks '
That portion of Little Pine Island known as School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.25 p.m. Axes Hatchets
Section ((47)) forty-seven, Township ((3)) three, Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.45 p.m.
North of Range: twenty-eight ((28)) East that A SPECIALITY. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.00p.m. ,
is contained in lots one (1)), and one and a Leave Callahan........................... 3.40p.m. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
half((1J), two ((2)), three ((3)), and three and a Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.25 p.m.
a half ((3i), six ((6)), and seven ((7)), according $ Liberal discounts to Teachers and Arrive Fernandina ...........:.:. ..... 5.00 p.m. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also
to the map showing the subdivisions of said Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .
Island-containing 23 77-100 acres, more or application. FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
le>s-and it appearing from the petition and 59 W. BAY STREET, DIVISION.GOING ,
affidavit of F. C. Suhrer administrator, that all sizes and ;prlc-: ; -' ra $j t-J $ }; Also, Plowing Machines.
Mary Parker, Nelson Parker, James Parker, JACKSONVILLE. FLA SOUTH.
John Parker, Mary Parker and Kate Parker, Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m. Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c.,
the widow and children of said Nelson Parker RAILROADS. Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m. by writing to>> the makers,
,deceased, reside beyond the jurisdictionof Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57 p.m. \ COLLINS & CO. 212
Water St.
said Court, and that their residence is not Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m. New York.
known; FLORA CITY IIOUTE. Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42p.m.
It is, therefore, ordered, That said parties Leave Anthony Place........;......... 6.07 p.m.
above nametl.and all others interested in said FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35p.m. STOVES TIN-WARE, ETC. "'
lands are hereby notified to be and appear JACKSONVILLE July 1st, 1883. Leave Ocala................................. 7.00p.m. : -- ----- ---- -

before me on the. first Monday in Novem COMMENCING this date Trains this Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. W. STREETY,
her next 1883 and show cans, if any they \J road and its connection,will run on as fol- Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m.
can why an order for the sale of said lands lows : GOING NORTH. i Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,

.jljove described should not be granted, as Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m. Pt11LLE lsl
prayed in the petition of F. C. .Suhrer, ad WESTWARD.No.. 3. No. 1. Leave Lake Weir Station............. 7.25 a.m. OFTHEEV2 FERNANDINA, FLA.

ministrator as aforesaid. Accom. Mail. Leave Ocala........................,........ 8.30 a.m. l I
iven i under my hand and seal this 25th Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 p m 1.30 pill Leave Silver Spring.........."."......... 8.48a.m. ''' ForFLOnlSKsaJ !,
day of September. A. D. 1883. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 p m 2.14 p m Leave Anthony Place................. 9.15a.m. i
[U.i s.j] II. J. BAKER, Lake City........... 1.10am 4.53pm Leave Orange Lake ....:....:.::....... 9.43 a.m. t ftftlLU..5i I c,
County Judgefor Live Oak............ 3.15am 5-55 pm Leave Loehloosa.................'.".. .....10.10a.m. Dutch Brdbs Ja'Aa'E iI
Nassau County, Florida.<< Madison ............ 5.25am: 7.42pm Leave Hawthorne.......................10.29 a.m. ; Bulbs, French L'41irr,
Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 29, 1883.td ." Drifton............... 7. 'O a n1 9.05pm Leave Dixie........................'.'......10.47 a.m. F Plantsfortreenhourcg American Bulbs. Also I
------------ Ion ticello......... n-.--') nnl''' Arrive 'Va1do Junction._ ____uuu._..._ .unn.-.UUn_11_-.10__ _n_._m__. 1' 1 and Window Gardens. I
In the Justice's Court, Xassaii Tallahassee" ........ 9.05am 10.30pm 1' Trains daily, except Sunday. BEAUTIFUL, ; I
Leave Tallahassee......... 10.45 pm Catalogue .
County, Fla. ArriveQuincy .............11.05 a m 12.00 m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. SEEDSMEN, I
A. I B. NOYES vs. MAHGARHTBRIS- \ .. Chatta. River..12.10 p m 1.00 a p m FREE 1 1 Rochester,N.Y.&Chicago,111. I
V. II. BRISTOL and TilE GOING SOUTH. ---------
Leave River
FLORID TOWN IMPROVEMENT Junction... 1.10am Leave Fernandina...................... '9.30 a. in.
I'OMPAXY.: Arrive" Marian na........... 2.41 am Leave Hart's Road....................10.10 a. in. I 4Gr'S
..... 9.30 a m Arrive Jacksonville.....................11.15 p. m. ..
STATE OF FLORIDA, Montgomery..... 8.50 p m
NASSAU COUNTY.You Mobile............... 4.25 m GOING NORTH.
New Orleans...... 10.15 p Leave Jacksonville.................... 3.00p.m. CuriosityVarietyoreOffers
larhment are hereby notified that a writ of at- Houston........... 6.50 p m Leave Hart's Road..................... 4.05p.m.
has been issued against you, the am Arrive Fernandina.................... 4.45p.m. a large and selected STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
t aid Margaret Bristol and V. It. Bristol, her EASTWARD.No. J!Sr Trains daily except Sunday. carefully
husband, and your property attached, to No. 2. AND SHEET-IRON ARE
satisfy the demand of A. B. Accom. SUNDAY TRAINS.
Noyes, amounting Mail. STOCK OF HOSIERYFor
to the :um of fifty-six dollars and eightylive .t\rriveJacksonvilJe....... 8.25am 3.00pm Leave Fernandina..7.00 a. m. 4.30 p. m. ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
cents. Baldwin............. 6.50am 2.02pm Arrive Jacksonville..8.25 a. m. 5.55 p. m. '
Now, unless you shall appear before G. Lake City.......... 3.00am 11.38am Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.35 p. m. Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.F3AN PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
Schuyler; a Justice of the Peace in and for Live Oak............ 1.25am 10.37am Arrive Fernandina..l0.35 a. m. 8.00 p. m.
44 :: D XE: :Eo CI3I:: :: :FS : A large stock of Stoves hand. Give
Nassau county, at his office at Fernandina Madison ............11.0.' pm 9.12am on mea
Fla., on the 24th day of November, A. D. <4 Drifton.............. 9.05pm 7.30am CONNECTIONS.AT call, and compare my prices with those of
1" 3. at 10 o'clock :l. in., judgment will be Monticello ......... 8.00 a m Silk, Linen, and Cotton. other houses here or elsewhere.

rendered against you, and your property sold 44 Tallahassee......... 715 pm G.Ooam FERNANDINA, FLA.,
tH 1':1the debts. Dated this 19th day of Leave Tallahassee! ....... 6.38 p m 5.55 a m With New York and Fernandina Steam- Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, BOOTS AND SHOES.
September, 1883. Arrive Quincy....._...... 5.20 p m 4.45 a m i ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 Laces, Towels, Napkins,
A. B. NOYES. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p In 3.45 a m a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New Dress Lining, Buttons I l1"'TJIE NEW "
Fernandina Arrive River Junction.. York on Thursday at 10.40 500. STORE.
Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.4w 3.10 a m a.m., p.m.or
41 Marianna......... 1.39 a m 5.50 p.m. and Notions Generally.
l'. I I Leave Pensacola........._ 7.15 p m With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah :s { W. F. WOOD Jr.
the Justice's Court, Nassau Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT Anew lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- I i S'C

County, Fla.K. Leave Mobile.............. 2.00pm CALLAHAN. TIES just received and marked low. :
K S. WADLEIGH, AdministraO Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m To and from Savannah and Charleston at I > S Proprietor, ::Ec
trix of the Estate of W. A. f Leave Houston............ 6.15pm 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior. i
Sanborn, vs. V. R. BRISTOL. JSTATE Trains 1 and 2 daily: ; Trains 3 and 4 daily AT BALDWIN FLA., I
except Sunday.SOLID To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. $33 In PICTURE FRAMES: BRACKETS CIlJI >
OF FLORIDA, TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. AT HAWTHORNE, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a !
NASSAU COUNTY.- SLEEPING CARS Madison! Pensacola. To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40 fine variety. !i : : a:

You are hereby notified that a writ of at- CONNECTIONS.At p.m.

tachment has been issued against,you,.the Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by With Stage Line AT WILDWOOD.and from FLORIDA AND SEMITROPICAL CURIOSITIES
said V. to Brooksvilleand S.. .s-
R. Bristol and your property at- No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for Tampa A SPECIALTY.2J .
tached to satisfy the demand of, E, E.'S; all points'North and East; with the Fernan- With daily except Sunday. ANDS
\\'adlei Stage Line to and Trom
W. h. Administratrix of the estate of dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- daily Leesburg : _/ -.Orders from the Country Solicited.- I
A. Sanborn, amounting to the sum of dina ; and with Steamers for all points on except Sunday.AT 'I S'o
hundred dollars. FLA., '
the St. Johns River.At With KING:
Now,unless shall before G. W. Tampa Steamship Company'sSteamers .. :7:
you Baldwin-b '
appear No. 1 and -
2 with
'iiiyler' a Justice of the Peace in and for Transit & Peninsular} Railroad for Gainesville Florida for Key West, Monday find Thursday 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. I 1c :a:
Mssau p. m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and !
County, at his
office at Fernandina
Ha. Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Friday. I kC
on the 24th day of November, A. D., Gulf Ports. IIO FOR THE BEACH i C>
1>SM, at 10 o'clock a.'m., judgment will be At Live Oak, with the Savannah Florida West With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key I
rendered against every Saturday 4 p. m.; DRIVEs !
and AND
you, your property & Western Railroad.At .
sold to pay the debts. Dated this 19th day Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. > { Fernandina, jj j- E]

If beptember, 1SS3.E. :Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- For. information respecting. routes, rateetc. The three elegant Omnibuses of McGinnis I i
.',E. WADLEIGH. apply to & Rawsoii can be secured for private parties Cor.
urdays.At I :::B { Centre & Third.
By 'II. J.,Baker, Attorney.:. Chattahoochee River, with-thePensa- A. O. MAcDONELL, on very reasonable terms,at any hour,either I :s
*crnandina, Fla. Gen'l 'Ticket and Pass. Agent. day,or night.
Sept. 22,1883.4w cola & Atlantic.Railroad'for Marianna. Pen t
D. E.
MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. ,12 26 McGINNIS & RAWSON.< i JZE0-THE NEW STORE.1TllE _' "f



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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. This is perhaps an oversight, as the Florida districts were.notified of that action' Livery Stable at a Bargain. SEA ISLAND

Transit.Railroad was in this, as in all mat Upon petition of M. A. Williams, to have I ofl'er at a bargain my entire establish- ROUTE.

ters furthering the interests of the State, one his son Marcellus Williams, Jr., appointed ment in this city consisting of Carriages, --

,Il.OO.A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS of the foremost, and as three of the membersof to the. vacant. scholarship of the East Buggies Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage
4 Hones; Harness, etc.
the committee reside on the line of the Florida Seminary I ,, was granted. Terms of purchase, CASH. THE STEAMER
Reflections. Transit road its branches .--- .
or we cannot G. F. AVERY.
'hold them altogether blameless in'the mat- Death of:J1rs. L. AT. Horsey. Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom.

.The City Council did not meet this week ter.' Mrs. L. M. Horsey died at her residence in Street Wharf. 46

for want of a quorum. this city of consumption on Monday even Valuable Orange Lands for Sale

': The Egmont will open for the season the Clean Your Chimneys. ing last, in her 57th year. Mrs. Horsey has Tracts containing twenty acres each of

.first week in December. Since the last cold spell, a week ago, we been for many years a resident of Fernandina choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake,
notice in and universally esteemed and suitable for orange growing and truck farming -
our State exchanges that several was re
Captain D. Maxwell returned from New are now offered for sale. These lands
fires have occurred from unclean spected. She was a member of St. Peter's
York Saturday night., chimneysand are very conveniently situated for transpor- CITY OF BRIDGETOX
defective flues. In our own city several Episcopal Church in this city and a devout tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
Mr. H. E. Dotterer returned from the dwellings had a very narrow escape. We and earnest Christian woman, faithfully per- terms to purchasers. Titles are unques WILL leave Fernandina for Savannah
North Friday of,last week. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Brunswick Monday, Wednesday
suggest to our readers generally to see to it forming all herduties in this life, and pre- large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS and Friday, on arrl\"alof train from Jack-
., The State of Texas arrived here Tuesday that their chimneys are cleaned before the pared for the life to come. She will be greatly February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. sonville.

.morning with 100 passengers.It cold weather sets in. missed by the community and by the communion Returning, will leave Savannah for Per-

is that Council will take with which she connected. nandina and Brunswick on Tuesday. Thurs.
hoped the City was The NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.THE day and Saturday evening at 6 p. m.
the drainage question up at an early day. A Serious Affray. funeral services were held at St. Peter's

Martin Luther, the great leader of the Church on Tuesday, and she was laid to CELEBRATED Deck Pass without Meals, $3.00

Reformation born 400 THE PROBABLK FATAL SHOOTING OF MR. K. G. rest in the beautiful churchyard of that par- Cabin as
was just years to-day. tt it 4.00
Fred. Balcom, Esq., of the National Re- I MONITOR OIL STOVES Ig I Excursion '* 7.00

frigerating & Construction Company, is in difficulty occurred at Italia on Mondaylast Range/ of Thermometer tt S +44.4 Through tickets sold to New York. Philadelphia .-
between Mr. "MacWilliams and
the city. FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, I Boston, and Baltimore.For .
Mr.. N. G. Levan, which resulted in the pro- HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. FOR SALE BY tickets and state-rooms, apply at the
Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. & A. M., meets
Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. .
bably fatal shooting of.the latter gentleman. .
Monday evening next, in Dur)' 'e's brick .-. -.. -.-. FRED W. IIOYT .fc CO.
From the testimony at the preliminary examination I. -: '": Wind MERCIER,
building.Mrs. the following facts are elicited : (M ;:.. ::.. General Passenger Agent.
I It- : i c+- o TO ARRIVE : J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager.AN .
W. J. Woodward and children returned It appears that'Mr. MacWilliams, who runs

from their visit to North Carolina on the brickyard at Italia had written insulting Saturday....Nov. 3 64 70 70 68 N. BARRELS POTATOES.
an Sunday............. 4 66 62 67 60 N. 500 ORDINANCE
Thursday evening. .
letter to Mr. Levan, a partner of the Monday........... 5 68172 73 70 NE. .
Miss Mattie W., the only daughter of Gov- firm of Levan, Upson & Co., (who have a Tuesday............ 6 73J77 I I 74 NE. 500 BARRELS POTATOES. To Amend an Ordinance etnltled An Ordi-

ernor Bloxham, died at her home in Talla- shingle mill in operation a short distance Wednesday...."... 7 71 74 72 731 NE. MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. nance to Prevent the Erection of Wooden
Thursday.......... 8 73 76 78 75 E. Buildings, and to Provide Greater Security
hassee on the 5th inst.; aged 18. from Italia,) on account of an employe in the Against Fires," Approved August 5 1876.THAT .
Friday............... 9 74 80 79 78 E. ,
Ground was broken by Mr. I,. :\Morris shingle mill, recently employed by Mac- FRED W. HOYT & CO.
on Monday week ago at Dungeness, for the Williams. On Monday afternoon last Mr. MARINE. Commissioner's Sale. be amended to read as follows:

palatial mansion of Mr. Carnegie. Levan went to Italia to see Mr. MacWilliams VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE Be it ordained by the City Council of Fer-

about the matter. Hot words ensuedon Port of Fernandina. BY Court in and for the county of nandina, with the approval of the Mayor
Mr. C. A. Key, the principal of public both sides until finally MacWilliams HIGH WATER. :Nassau, I will sell to the highest bidder in I that from and after the approval of this ordinance -
school No. 1, building a splendid school. it shall be unlawful and
up front of the court-house, in the county of against the
Saturday, Nov,10...... 3:36: A.M. 4:02P.M.
Levan the throat and scuffle
The number of scholars registered since the grabbed by a Sunday, 11...... 4:39" 5:06 Nassau. Florida, on the first Monday in December security of persons ami property in the City

opening a month ago, is 75. ensued between the two men. during Monday, 12...... 5:42": 6:09" A. I). 1883, the f following real estate, of Fernandina, to build, erect, or construct,
which Levan had an ear cut and was Tuesday, 13...... 6:41": 7:06() belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Braddock any wooden buildings, or buildings covered
Presbyterian Church.-Sunday, 11 a. m.: '' .. deceased, situate and being in the (except the roof) with corrugated iron or tin,
stabbed in the Ie:;. When Levan became Wednesday, .: 14.. ... 7:34": 7:59"
Luther and the Reformation." At 7:15 p. Thursday, -'.\. 15...... 8:26 '8:48" county of Nassau, Florida : that is forty within that portion of the city lying southof
aware that MacWilliams was using a of the Francis Wood Broome Street West of Fourth Street.
." acres grant, in town- i
m.: "The Seventh or First Day, which are Friday, a6. ..... 9:16 9:37:
f and north of Beach
knife he cried out to the bystanders, and : ship 2 north, range 25 east bounded as follows Streets.
we, as Christians, to observe." they were separated. No sooner were they ENTERED. : On the east by section 15. north by All ordinances or parts of ordinances conflicting
jp lands of Florida Railroad, and on the west with this ordinance are hereby re
The Board of Commissioners have
County separated MacWilliams drew a pistol, Nov. 3-Sch. Chas Moore Adams
Beaufort ; by main run of Smnmerlin's Branch: the I pealed.
appointed Marcellus A., son of Mr. M. A. but it was grabbed by a bystander, )Ir. coal, to master. line commencing at the Transit Railroad Passed first: reading September 12, 1883.

Williams, to the vacant cadetship in the J. C. Wilson, when it exploded, the shot 4--S. P. Florida. Dennett, Savannah ; one-quarter of a mile from the southeast: turner I Passed second reading September 27 1883.

East Florida Seminary at Gainesville.A entering Mr. Levan's side. No with freight and passengers, to .' of the grant; thence north 20 chains toa Passed third reading, and adopted. Octo
weapons W. B,Tucker
agent. stake ; thence west 80 chains to run of I ber 17. 1883.
respectable and convenient building in whatever were found upon the person of 6-S. S. State of Texas, Lewis, 1,542 of branch ; thence the run of branch south- FRED W. HOYT,

this city for our public school is a pressing Levan. A warrant was issued by Justice tons, New York ; freight and eat to the railroad ; thence along the rail President pro tem. of Council.

necessity. We call the attention of the Mahoney, of Callahan, on Tuesday, and passengers. to R.W. Southwick' road to starting point. Attest :
agent. W. F. WOOD JR. Clerk.
Terms cash. Purchaser to for titles.J. City
Board of Public Instruction to this matter. MacWilliams was arrested and brought to 6-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows, A. EDWARDS, Approved:

We are glad to see that Alderman Hoyt Callahan, where his preliminary examina- Savannah, with freight and Commissioner. i' F. C. SUHRER,
tion took MacWilliams passengers, to W. B. Tucker, Fernandina Fla.. November 8,1883. 47 Acting Mayor.
and W. J. Woodward, Esq.. who have 1 been, place. was placed agent.

confined to their beds for nearly two weeks, under $1,000 bond for his appearance at the 7-S. P. Florida, Dennett, Savannah;

have so far recovered as to be about'town next Circuit Court. with freight and passengers, to

Although Mr. Levan was alive yesterday, W. B. Tucker, agent. NEW GOODS
again. 8-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows,
his injuries will probably fatal the
Among the passengers of the steamshipState prove Savannah, with freight and pas
of Texas from New York this week attending physician stating at the examina- sengers, to W. B. Tucker agent.
tion that his condition was exceedingly crit- 44 8-Sch.. Ocean TravelerThomas, New
were Mrs Stark, Miss Katie Stark, Mrs.J. E. 50P3 o
Haven to J. C. Read.
ical. Mr. Levan is ;
regarded as a peaceableand
Meddaugh and Miss Pauline Meddaugh of 9-S. P. Florida, Dennett, Savannah ; d
law-abiding man and one of the best
this city, with freight and passengers, toW -I BOOTS [
citizens of the county. He is held in uni- B. Tucker, agent.
Mrs. Geo. W. Sweeney returned on the versal esteem by his neighbors.As 10-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows, y

State of Texas this week. The sudden news Mr. Levan's injuries are of such a seri- Savannah ;with freight and pas- A rn

of the death of her husband, which was rions nature, his ante-mortem testimony sengers, to W. B. Tucker, agent. O A vCOMPLETE

wired her to New York has prostrated her, should certainly have been taken. CLEARED. c.
and she is in very feeble health. Nov. 3-Sch. George McFarland, Strong, : STOCK
New York : lumber, by W. B.C. H
The city's horse and cart were sold at auction Meeting of the County Commission Duryee. rn FOR

last Saturday. Mr. C. H. Swann, at ers. 5-S. P. Florida, Dennett, Savannah ; STREET AND DRESS.LADIES' 00

Amelia was the purchaser of the horse at The Board of County Commissioners for with W. B.freight Lucker and, agent.passengers, by g ..

$145 and Mr. P. Kelly bought the cart and Nassau county met at the clerk's office on G-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows, I IM I d

. harness at $35. The city loses $15 by this Wednesday morning. Savannah, with freight and pas- HH AND GENTS',

transaction.The Present: Chas. W. Lewis, chairman, and sengers, by W. B.Tucker, agent. 02 :MISSES
7-Sch. Sorata (Br.), Barnard, Cienfu- ,
County Corammissioners approvedthe Commissioners Jones, Johnson and Higgin- egos; lumber by J. C. Read. ciCHILDREN'SAND\ W

tax books for the year 1883, at their last botham. 7-S. P. Florida. Dennett, Savaunah ;

regular meeting, and have issued the war- The following bills were ordered paid : with freight and passengers by O S
W. B. Tucker
rant for the collection of taxes to Mr. Scott, W. B. C. Duryfie, lumber for bridge.$11 18 8-S. P. of agent. Hallows fcM
City Bridgeton, ,
whose notice will be found in another col- N. Brownson, stationery for Circuit Savannah with INFANTS'r
Court ............................................ 4 CO ; freight passengers h*
umn. lumber for 3 50 ,by W. B.Tucker,agent. I
McLeary hauling bridge
8-S. S. State of Texas Lewis F
Mr. T. J. Eppes, the youngest and hand- G. Stark, services as treasurer to October New York
.............................................179; 45 tons, ; freight and
somest conductor on the Transit Road, was G. Stark, one blank book................... 1 00 passengers,by R.W. Southwick, Htf ] SHOES 1- GC
married to Miss Katie Shaylor, at Archer, in J. A. Ellermann services in Justice's 14 agent.
9-S. P. Dennett Savannah
1 Levy county, last Thursday. The happy court............................................ 14 35 with Florida and ;
freight passengers, by
J. A.Ellermann for attendance at Fall tfe
couple arrived in this city Thursday night, Term of Circuit, Court...................... 94 90 44 W. B. Tucker agent. .
and are domiciled at the Mansion House. J. A. Ellermann, for keeping jail for 10-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows, IMPROVED STYLES, Z
Savannah with and
.. October..........................................127 40 ; freight pas- \
The following is the cargo of the State of .J. R. Booth, services in magistrate's sengers, by W. B.Tucker,agent.IN PERFECT FITTING, t:;

' Texas which cleared from this port Thurs- court................................... ......... 12 15 PORT. ODH GREAT VARIETY
day evening for New York : 444bales cotton, W. A. Mahoney, for services as magis- Sch. Fannie W. Childs, Hart. ,
trate.............................................. 15 24 Sch. Rebecca H. Queen Smith. Z
barrels rosin 90 barrels 141
202 spirits cases John Blake, services as constable...... 1 10 Sch. Geo. Churchman, Risley. -tt- d
cedar, 8 logs cedar 220 bundles shingles, 15 W. H. Lee, services as constable........ 1 00 Sch. DeMory Gray, Brewster.Sch. .
barrels syrup, 718 boxes oranges, 11 barrels J. A. Edwards, Clerk of Circuit Court, Standard, Bennett. :: I FAIR PRICES 1 W

oranges,56 packages merchandise.The attendance at Fall Term................. 42 49 Sch. Jesse W. Stave, Burton.At *- tt Cd
J. D. Palmer, medical attendance at I

steamer Florida, of the Sea Island jail..... ......................................... 8 00 Lake's Jewelry Establishment.I :F' =s .
Palmer Bros., medicine for jail......... 3 45
Route, arrived here Sunday night on her Florida Mirror printing postal cards have lately received, and am making

'! initiatory trip this season. She has been for assessor.................................... 3 00 weekly, additions to my stock of Watches, F -
overhauled and Fred W. &Co. for Clocks, fine Solid and Rolled Gold Jewelry,
thoroughly strengthened. Hoyt supplies paupers -
a Two hundred and thirty bales of sea island ............................................... 16 50 Florida Jewelry, etc., of the latest designs, M }. H. PR C TL
Fred W. Hoyt & Co., oil for drawbridge which I offer to the public at reasonable o

t cotton formed part of her cargo on Monday. .................... ....................... 2 40 prices.
' The Florida is commanded by Captain Sam Mode Bros., supplies for jail.............. 4 73 WM. LAKE, < o
Dennett, of this city, one of the most popu- R. M. Henderson burial of pauper..... 10 50 Corner Centre and Third Streets. 0EG
Lyceum Association, rent of hall for Fernandina, Fla., November 9,1883.
steamboat the coast. FERNANDINA FLA.
lar men on court ......................... .................. 75 00 ,
J In addition to the losses by the Septemberfire A. B. Noyes, lamps for clerk's office.... 2 60 Notice to TaxPayers.I t I
W. H. Garland, assessing taxes for am now ready to receive the State and ,
previously reported as paid, Mr. C. V. 1883.............................................272 85 county taxes assessed for the year 1883. I
Hillyer has paid during October the following C. W. Lewis, services as commissioner 40 00 can be found at my office on Second street, ARRIVING WEEKLYReasons

: J. N. Moore, services as commissioner 15 20 next to Prescott's shoe store, on Tuesdays,
W. 0. Jeffreys, services as commis- Thursdays and 'Saturdays, when not on a
New York... 00
John L. Clay Home, $1,000 sioner.................................:.......... 32 00 collecting tour in the country.
Mrs. A. C. Fisher Underwriters'... 1,000 00
G. Stark, Home, New york.......... 2,000 00 J. E. Davis, services as commissioner. 12 00 WARREN F. SCOTT, Why You Feel Badly. '
J. H. Jones services commissioner.
as 82 40
J. C. Rutishauser, Home, N. Y...... 1,000 00 Collector of Revenue Nassau county,
i ............. ...... 6,552 60 Wm. Johnson, services as commis- Fernandina, Fla., November 81883. Because your stomach is not doing its work properly.
Previously reported sioner............................................ 66 00
-- Because your liver is out of order, and wants righting. .
T. J. services
Higginbotham, as com-
$11,552 60 missioner_.......*!.......................... 72 00 1,000,000 Brick for Sale, Because your blood is thin, and needs iron in it. '

The committee appointed by the Press Association Pauper account for October............... 24 00 2x4x8 At. the inches.lowest. cash C. C.price.STRATTOK Size&of Co.Brick, Because you are troubled with nervous aches and pains.
J. A. Edwards, services as auditor for
to draft resolutions expressive of October............;....................... ...... 25 00 464m Macon, Ga. Because you'are vexed with languor and debility,
the thanks due the various transportation T. B. Rich, keeping drawbridge......... 30 00 All these Reasons Can be Set Aside by the Use of Brown's Iron Bitters, which wI!

companies for the courtesies extended to the A petition was presented asking that the For Rent. Tone up your enfeebled stomach, and help it to digest.

members of the association during the recent road from King's Ferry to Fernandina, run- One of the best truck-farms inthis section Refresh your wearied liver and put it in splendid order.
of the For
country:' particulars applyto
editorial. excursion to Louisville, have ning near the residence of John Vinzandt, MRS. EMMA FLETCHER, Enrich your watery blood, and give it a rich red color.

J performed that duty, and the secretary has thence near Zack Haddock's, crossing Little Third Street. Calm your worried nerves, and give them restful peace.

LI t forwarded a copy to the different transport St.Mary's near the residence of Paul Had- Fernandina, August 11,1883tf.Shingles. Strengthen your whole? system and drive debility and languor out.

tation lines and to those who extended courtesies .dock, be declared a public road, and it was Considering that any man who has a dollar may buy of the nearest

excepting, as in the case of the com- ordered that the petition be granted, and All kinds at -':" druggist a bottle of BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, there is no reason why people

'\ ; missioners, the Florida Transit Railroad. the road commissioners of the 6th and, 7th 38-tf FRED W.' HOYT & Co's. should continue to feel badly, just for the fun of it. 4

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