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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
February 2, 1884
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
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>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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STATE NEWS.We people, and no danger of some unknown be- NEW YORK GOSSIP., thing out of nearly all his victims. So many WASHINGTON.THE

ing thrust upon the convention when it ;, have the
swindlings, however, been, and so
received the first number of,the meets. GROWTH OF HUMAN DEPRAVITY YOUTH'S
unblushing have the
have that
Florida Baptist Witness, a new Baptist pa- We have not hesitated to declare our CRIME AND A MOTHER'S, LOVE-BUNKO the Scotland Yard detectives haveat last THE REPEAL OF THE IRON CLD"O.TH.To .

per published at Lake City, Fla., in the interests preference for a candidate from South Flor- FLOURISHING DEGREES AND.. VARIETIES taken the matter up, and now the bunko
the Editor
of the Baptist Church-by Ashurst ida, and we still believe that the Hon. H. L. 'OF THE SWINDLE- men will have to become more circumspectin of the Mirror:

& Co., at $2 per year. Mitchell is the most suitable, as well as the To the Editor of the Mirror: their operations.PHILOSOPHY WASHINGTON, D. C., January 26.

people of Orlando showed their ap- most available man we have. He has that NEW YORK\ January_ 1884. Congress has shown no signs of indolencethis

The of the value of a good newspaperby peculiar ability that indicates unusual exec- It seems to me that human,-depravity is OF ADVERTISING.In week. The amount of work done has

preciation handsome sum of $1,200-as a utive capacity, and ,he is untrammeled by largely on the increase. A physician of my his address to the editors of Indiana at been creditable, and the character of it un-
the their
meeting at Fort
raising Wayne, the Phil-
to Mr. Gore, of the Reporter.The any interest or bias that would or could impair acquaintance a day or two ago made me acquainted adelphia 'Record. Col. Gil Pierce says, of the Chi- usually important. Overshadowing in importance -

present burned recently : his usefulness. Therefore we still insist with a peculiarly sad case in point. cago Daily News, presented the following other matters, was the hostility
office was
Reporter "that he, as a native to the manor born, He was just making out a certificate of,death thoughts with reference to advertising shown by the House to land-giant railroads,

without insurance, but its enterprising pro- while he may not desire the office, has no of a woman who had expired that morning, And in presenting a beautiful sheet typo- through the almost unanimous adoption of
by an enterprising com graphically one should remember the adver-
prietor supported reissue the Reporter.The right to refuse it when called by his people. when I dropped in this office. -" Here. is a tisers as well as the readers. A man likesto the Holman resolution, which is a compre-

munity will soon Then let us decide as nearly as we can whois case," said he, which involuntarily makes have his advertisement pleasing to look hensive measure for restoring to the public

Ocala Banner, which office was des- the right man, and then press his claimsall one an advocate,of the whipping-post.. This upon, catching to the eye, and indicative domain all those vast tracts of land donatedto
generally of the advertiser. This class of
troyed in the Ocala fire, has been reestablished he time.-Bartow Informant. woman literally died of what i ordinarily; rons are so important to success that they pat- railroads, in cases where the roads have

and the paper is again published -- called a broken heart.' She way a widow, should receive every encouragement. Particularly not met the conditions of the grant. The

in its usual handsome style. Notes from Brandy'' Branch. had a little money, and'a son, 'of 22, on whom should they be impressed with the majority vote was overwhelming ((251 to 18))

We learn that Ocala is rapidly recovering she doted. The boy was sent to good schools, desirability the of A keeping their wares before and may be accepted as the declaration of a
COMPLAINT AGAINST THE COUNTY COMMIS- .public. man never realizes the full
from its great conflagration. The Banner but almost from infancy np he showed every benefit of advertising till he has placed the fixed policy for the future. It dates the fail-
says that visitors need not now be deterred evidence of thorough badness. At f4.he be- matter before the same people fifty or a hun- ure of a gigantic scheme to plunder the

from coming to Ocala for the want of ac- BUSINESS, ETC. gan to steal, and though, frequently detected dred times. The first advertisement is good, government and signifies the restoration of
To the Editor of the Mirror: but.:the one hundreth is worth more than
commodations.J. BRANDY BRANCH, FLA., January 29,1884. and punished, he kept up the ,practice. It five*'hundred times as much as the first. many millions of acres of valuable land to

A. MacDonald has started the Florida must have cost his mother thousands of dol- Some one has said that the- the rightful ownership. Mr. Holman made
Our citizens in this vicinity are thrown
New Yorker at Lake Eustis. No other namewe lars to pay the people who had been victimized First time a man looks at an advertisement this subject a special study last summer, and
into confusion and excitement call
by a upon he does not see it.
him the value of 'the the resolution is based on his ob
by personal
seemed appropriate to a town goods
suppose them from the road supervisors to work the The second time he does not notice it.
several miles square. He announces that public roads of the They stolen in order to save him from prison. The third time he is dimly conscious of it. servations. Another movement in the direction -
county. now
will be an uncompromising radical pro- Finally he committed a peculiarly aggravated The fourth time he faintly remembers of reform was a blow struck at ex-
his paper test most the
vehemently against workingof something of the kind before.
red-hot Republican weekly." We think Mr. crime, and was sent to prison for two years. members of Congress who have abused the
a road that does them no good, and a The fifth time he half reads it.
MacDonald must be bidding for support at road, too, they say, that many of them have His time expired on the day before Christ- The sixth time he turns his nose up at it. privileges of the floor for lobbying purposes.Mr. .

the North, as there are very few of that classof mas. The poor mother had been seized The seventh time he throws the paper Anderson of Kansas offered a resolution
never seen, and probably never will see, in
in Florida. He also sits down with a heavy cold, and of course took a down impatiently.The requiring ex-members, before beingadmittedto '
people their lives. While they do not claim to be eight time he ejaculates, "There's the
very severely on the Tampa Guardian, Key in a spirit of rebellion against the good fever. She was not seriously ill, however.For confounded thing again. the hall floor, to obtain from the Speaker

of the Gulf and Key West News, when he government of the people, they think they days before his arrival, she spoke of The ninth time he wonders if there's any- an order, which shall be issued only by the
nothing but her boy. She had his picturenear thing in it. ex-member declaring he is not interested in
says: have just grounds of complaint, when it is
The tenth time he thinks it
desire to the her, and she scarcely spoke of nything might possi- any corporation or person having a pe-
Apart from our see principles .SK
third suit
known that the section of the Road bly somebody else's case.
of the National party firmly engraftedinto but the near arrival of her d; ;ing. On The eleventh time he thinks he will ask cuniary interest in the defeat or passage ofa
Laws of the State them which
grants rights
our Constitution, and the curse of State Christmas eve he arrived. She heard his his neighbor if he has tried it, or knows measure before Congress or the com-
eradicated from the the Commissioners have treated with
patriotism entirely anything about it. mittees, and pledging that while the House
footstep,and she became radiant. The nurse,
minds of our rising generation, we feel thatit silent contempt. Nearly or quite two years The twelfth time he wonders if the adver-
in order not to be at"the is in session he will not communicate with
is a disgrace to our State that no Republican embarrassing meet- tiser make it
since they claim to have sent in a petitionto can pay.
newspaper exists within its borders. the commissioners to them road ing of mother and son, left the 'room when The thirteenth time he rather thinks it any person having an interest in legislation.

ilr. MacDonald will probably be only red- grant a she heard the knock at the door. Half an must be a good thing. Violating this pledge the ex-member will

hot in a Pickwickian sense. Certainly a red- from Dutton by way of Brandy Branch to I hour later she heard the son descending the The fourteenth time he happens to thinkit forever be deprived of the priveleges of the
Baldwin the law and is what he wanted.
as just
requires, nothinghas
is felt want"in floor. At times the chamber
hot with
Republican a swarms
paper stairs. The nurse entered the room and
The fifteenth time he for time
ever been heard of it. Since then an- a long resolves -
Florida. there to her amazement lay the poor woman to try it as soon as he can afford it. ex-members, some of whom have not beenin
other has been sent to them with
Alachua. The sixteenth time he examines the ad- for Others
stiff as in a trance, eyes wide open and Congress years. were mem-
ARREDONDO, Fla., January 29th, 1884. the requisite number of freeholders, and glassy, and breathing heavily. Restorativeswere dress carefully and makes a memorandum of bers of the Forty-seventh Congress, and
still the siren of silence is heard. it.
Thinking that some news notes from this song and I summoned. She The nearly all of them are lobbyists, or attorneys -
This is the only road they need and this applied, was seventeenth time he is tantalized to
section might be of interest to your readersI finally revived., The first words she said think he is hardly able to afford it. ," for this or that special inte-est, sugar,
few lines. they still submissively ask for. These are The eighteenth time he sees painfully how whiskey claims and and small.
drop you a were to ask the nurse to look under her pillow jobs great
the grounds of their just complaint much he is in need of that
upon ar-
The bearing orange trees in this neighborhood which they base their honest I to see whether $175, which she had concealed ticle. Having learned the ways of legislation in

were not much hurt by the recent protest. there, were untouched., They were The nineteenth time he counts his money former years, they easily convince clients ,
Again the steam whistles heard
cold weather, but I think nursery stock and are upon The in to see how much he would have left if he of the value of their services on the floor,
gone. poor woman wept ,a mannerto
both sides of our town which the
considerably.The cause bought it. and the impudence of this class is
young trees were injured break one's heart. 'Don't tij' anything appalling.
general appearance of things to be more in- The twentieth time he rushes frantically
truck growing interest is the main i to him 'she when the first forth Nothing short of an iron-clad oath will cure
teresting. The Eager Mill is again in full pleaded, paroxysmof and buys it.The .
in this Truck farmers this evil of which honest
industry vicinity. Her every Congressman -
blast under grief was over. plea was too ,
the direction of:Messrs.
have sustained the loss of at least one-half Upton however. The neighbors, had sent for a City Council. has cause to complain. I

of their cabbage crop, the plants being killedto & Dyal, who are cutting a heavy cargo of policeman, and he had discovered the villainof The City Council met in regular meetingat Speaking of an iron-clad oath reminds me
lumber for
pine foreign markets. Messrs.
the ground. Many who intended put- a son in a neighboringsaloon, just receiv- the Council rooms on Wednesday evening that one of the first acts of the House of Representatives -

ting in ten or fifteen acres in cabbage will Clark & Co. are also turning out between ing the change out of a five dollar bill, which last with the following Aldermen present this week was to repeal the

hardly be able to get in over five for wantof i thirty and forty thousand shingles per day. he had lain down to pay for a drink. He Hoyt, Williams, Avery, Robinson, King "iron-clad" oath. As the Confederate

plants. This will cause a much larger : Their only source of complaint is the absence took the lad in custody, and the balance of Kelly ; Alderman Hoyt in the chair. record of a man in no way disqualifies him
of a side track at their mill which the
acreage to be planted in tomatoes, as much The following bills were ordered paid : it absurdto
the money was found in his pocket. He was for service as a legislator, was too
land railroad company have promised them long N. Brownson for street ..... 1.25
intended for cabbage will now be sent back to The mother ,glass lamps. $ retain on the statute books two sets of
in in hot ago, but without any prospects of its early promptly prison. Florida Mirror, advertising.................. 58.00
planted Tomato
tomatoes. plants It is never recovered from the shock, and her last Florida Mirror, printing for Mayor'soffice oaths, one designed to keep out of office persons -
completion. an augmentation to their
beds were protected and saved from the effects business much moments were devoted to her boy. They .................. ........................... 11.50J. who had engaged in rebellion, and the
needed and it is
of the cold.G. very hardto wanted to take his picture away from her, A. Edwards, recording tax sales...... 1.00J. other framed expressly to let them in. Mr.
see how they can conveniently get along A. Edwards and
H. Sutherland, our energetic land revising correctingcity Cox of New York in favorof
without something of the kind, contemplating but she never left it out of her hands and tax roll for 1883........................ 40.00 spoke lengthily
dealer, has been instrumental in bringing she died with it on the pillow beside her." the movement as one in accord with the
do the Committee Fire
as they vast quantity of shinglesto on Department reported -
many good settlers to this neighborhood, Bunko is times but the bill would have come with
flourishing in the streets.of the ;
be shipped from their mill in the future.It that fire scrip had been issued to the
among whom may be mentioned Dr. J. C. from the Republican side of the-
is both expensive and inconvenient to be city at present to a marvelous extent. and following amounts : more grace
French C. J. Roads Mr. Knowlton Mr.
compelled to take the hands from the woods, the daring, adroitness and ease with which Redeemable May 1,1885.................$1,040.00
Ming and others, from Boston ; Mr. Stag- sometimes several miles in order the confidence man finds and fleeces victimsis .. .. .. ................. 560.00 In the working of the amended Senate
away, to
gers, from New Orleans, all of whom are surprising to behold. The local profes- rules, which went into operation for the first

buying property and building residences, load Mr.their cars upon Fourakers the railroad track. sionals having become too well known, their Total........................................$1,600.00Two time Monday, there has been a little friction.
. planting etc. Mr. Johnson of Mon- Stephen a'"oung man liv- proposals were opened to drain the
groves, this places have been taken to a large extent by Senators have not adjusted themselves readi-

, treal, Canada, and Miss Parker, of Massa- ing horse near place,last was week thrown while from his Western scientists, who, if they lack the park and were referred to the Sanitary Com- ly to the new order. One of the rules is that
one evening his
! chusetts, are planting large orange groves from Baldwin and polished exterior of the high class New York mittee with power to act. when a bill on the calendar has once been

If near the railroad station. way hurt,for the was thought to be swindler make up for it in daring. Thereare A resolution offered by Alderman Avery, called and passed over it shall not be called
Messrs. Reese & Rice have their mill very seriously When he the hour for the of Councilat
S new all grades of bunko men. Some of themare fixing meeting again until the calendar has been gone
found James :
'ci now running, and find ready sale for all the was by Mr. Murray he was so low down as to make a specialty of 7:30 standard time, was adopted.An through. Certain Senators, among them
spitting blood, which excited him to suchan
V. lumber they can make.A robbing children by trick and device. The ordinance was introduced repealingthe Messrs. Logan and Blair who were sponsors !
extent to him send
as cause to hurriedly
very elegant entertainment was given at police are actually making an effort to root present cattle ordinance, and referred to for some of the first called measures, were
for the father and
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Sutherland young that he mother, them out. They are driven to it by public the Committee on Ordinances. not in the Senate at the time, and seemed

on the 23d inst. I am informed that thinking was dying. However, he opinion, which'for some time has been After the regular routine of business had much thwarted at not being able to give
has entirely recovered now, and is as fat and
Arredondo never before saw such an assemblage shrewdly suspecting that the so-called defenders been gone through with, a delegation of the reasons for the faith that prompted them to

I. ot handsome and richly dressed ladies hearty as ever. of the righteous public got their most prominent tax-payers and leading ask the Senate to pass their bills. Senators

Ita together. They came from Gainesville, Mrs. Manning, ninety years old, who has share of the swag. In this connection, it citizens waited upon the City Council to revel now in the luxury of all seclusions

|| Battonville and; Arredondo. Mr. and Mrs. been placed upon the pauper list of the be well to warn Americans intendingto confer upon the necessity of taking imme- hitherto not enjoyed. The floor of the
11 s. spared no pains to contribute to the county, is very sick, and not expected to visit Europe during the, coming season, diate steps toward the perfection of our chamber is visited by very few of the per-

11 pleasure of the evening. W. F. R. live much longer. For a long time she has that London and Liverpool are full of drainage system. The Council was urged sons who have herertofore gained admissionas
been unable to leave her bed and is
;. 1 Pollc. American bunko men, for whom either to inaugurate the work without delay, and the secretaries of Senators. :Mr. Edmundsis

!.I THE COMING STATE CANVASS.-Our ex- delirious and as helpless as a babe. things have been made too hot here, or who in order to make the system of lasting the draughtsman of the stringent rule

II changes are all very desirous of keeping The prospects are for finer weather once find in Great Britain pastures new and much benefit, and a permanent one pledged them prohibiting entrance to all but bona fide secretaries -

their favorites in the background to be more. TOM. more luxurious than in the well-grazed pad- the unstinted support of the taxpayers.The and it is said he aimed at the per-

II sprung upon the convention as a dark List of Letters docks of New York. A few days ago I received Council was addressed by Messrs. Hin- sons who, in the guise of newspaper cor-

II horse." We have no patience with this sort Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina a letter from an acquaintance in Lon- ton J. Baker, George R. Fairbanks, Thomas respondents, used their cards of admissionto

it of tactics. We hold as an axiom that any Nassau county, Florida, Feb. 2d, 1884. don, telling me that "the town is filled with Kydd, Drs. Pope and Starbuck, and others. engage in lobbying.The .

III! man who is not strong enough in the public Persons calling for these letters must say confidence men." My informant knows After the conclusion of the conference the Senate has been considering numberof

confidence to bear full discussion as to his advertised: whereof he writes, for ten years' journalistic Council adopted the following resolution, important measures during the week and

fitness for any office, even that of Governor, Andrew Frank Johnson, :Mrs Hannah experience in New York has qualified him offered by Alderman Avery: I, has further discussed the pork question.

unfit for the office. And if as some argue Acosta, John Long, Dr. Henry to know and recognize men and faces. He Resolved, That the Committee on Streets The House has passed some rather unim-
Abbe, Charles E Loufenburg, Henry and Sanitary Improvements be authorizedto
tricksters and wire-pullers so far con- Anderson, Miss Bury Lynde, Thomas says that England is fast taking the place of employ a competent engineer to preparea portant bills. Committees have discussed

trol parties as to step up or pull down any Anderson, Morgan Miller, Miss Ommie Canada as a resort for adventurers and shady plan for the drainage of the city, and the pensions, the currency, land grants, inter-

one that they wish, then it is high time that Adams. Miss Emma V Marson, Mr Lewis D characters. The way they play their profession said Committee is authorized to take such state commerce and territorial boundaries.

I the people cut loose from parties and fol- Bonve, Laura Peter, Parker is this: HVhen'tbe steamer reaches other steps as they may deem necessary to Indications are;that the Democratic leaders
0 Porter David of
Brien John better drainage.
low secure a system
their own methods. But we do not con- Cirtan, Mrs Martha Pierce, Elder Ch Liverpool they are at hand. They know propose to move very slowly and cautiouslyin

cede that such is the case; and, Democratas Custis, Mrs S S Boyane, Benjamin :who is coming, and they are primed with Valuable Orange Lands for Sale formulating tariff legislation. They do

we are, if we should ever have convincing Dana Thomas Robbert Miss Emily enough information regarding the person- Tracts containing twenty acres each of not think the Senate would pass, or the

proof of it, we would desire defeat to the King Floyd, ,Miss Mrs Fannie Annie Smith Thompson, Rufus, James ality and history of the intended victim to suitable choice, high for orange hammock growing land on and Orange truck farm-Lake President approve, any measure materially

Party until it was better disciplined, and Williams, William readily beguile him. A traveler in a foreign ing, are now offered for sale. ,These landsare reducing existing duties. Therefore they I

these vrould-be leaders were starved out or SAM'LT. RIDDELL P. M. country is naturally helpless and appreciates very conveniently situated for transpor- want to steer between two points of danger,

driven into other folds. friendly assistance very highly. Travelingfor tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on not alarming the East nor discouraging the
We call Nassau Fibre, terms to snit purchasers. Titles are unques- realize the of this
West. narrowness
upon the pleasure he is also as a rule well They .
press to bring out their supplied
and tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
For beds pillows mattresses, superior
channel but trust to the skill of their
ates.and let their fitness be fully discUSsed to anything else in use. For sale by with money. Hence the confidenceman large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, they '

and understood by the masses of the June24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. never has any trouble making a good. February 16,1882. Fernandina, Fla. pilots.


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s IN THE OLD BARK I mosity in any human breast. It must have one up on purpose,"and with a smile on his aged to bring l him to the ground, and, they lowness of the rafters above his head The-

been some fiend, some savage, who loved honest South German face he pulled out a 'rolled together in die snow, Strauss cling- blade of the hatchet struck one of these e and

Upon the old barn's scaffold high, blood for its own sake, who struck that mer- long-necked bottle of Rhenish from among a ing to the other's.right arm and shouting remained there quivering, while the handle

With dreamy gaze on fragrant bed, ciless blow. pile of books and bones in the corner. frantically assistance.. It was as well was splintered into a thousand pieces
I watch the swallows come and go Though the officials were unable to come "It is a night to be comfortable indoors," that he did so, for Schlegel would certainly "What have I done?"gasped Baum'garten

With twittering notes above my head. to any conclusions upon the matter, popu- said Otto von Schlegel, looking out at the have succeeded in freeing his arm had it not falling back into his chair. What bare nit
lar suspicion was not long in pitching upon snowy landscape, h for 'tis bleak and bitter been for the arrival of two stalwart gend- done?"

Without upon the half-shut door, ascape-goat. In the first published accountsof enough piitside. Good health, Leopold !" armes attracted by the uproar. Even" then You have proved Herr Schlessin er's

The Phoebe sits in silent mood,. the murder the name of one Schiffer had Lebehoch: f' replied his compamon. "It the three of them found it difficult to over- words to be correct," said von SchleWl

Prospecting for a place to build been mentioned as having remained with is a comfort, indeed to forget sphenoid bones come the maniacal strength of Schlegel, and stepping forward : for the astonished polled

-' Her nest and rear her quiet brood. the janitor after the Professor's departure.This and ethmoid bones, if it is but fora moment. they were utterly unable to wrench the men had let go their grasp of him. That

The hens upon the seedy floor, man was a Jew, and Jews have never And what is the news of the corps, Otto? silver hatchet from his grasp. One of the IS what you have done against reason, science -

Are scratching for the scattered grain ; been popular in Hungary. A cry was at Has Graube fought the Swabian?" gendarmes, however, had a coil of rope and everything else though it be

While chanticleer a challenge hears, once raised for Schiffer's arrest; but as there "They fight to-morrow," answered von round his waist, with which he rapidly There is a charm at work. There must be,

And answers back in deafening strain. was not the slightest grain of evidence Schlegel. "I fear that our man will lose secured the student's arms to his sides. In Strauss, old boy, you know I would not, i in

against him the authorities very properly his beauty, for he is short in the arm. Yet this way, half pushed, half dragged, he was my right senses, hurt one hair of your head
Old Charley in the stall below refused to consent to so arbitrary a proceed- activity and skill may do much for him. conveyed, in spite of furious cries and And you Schlessinger, we both "know

Keeps grinding at the clover hay, ing. Reinmaul, who was an old and most They say his hanging guard is perfection.' frenzied struggles to the central police sta loved the old man who is dead. And yon:you

And tries with many an angry stampTo respected citizen, declared solemnly that And what else is the news among the tion. Inspector Baumgarten, you would not wiljlingly :

drive the saucy flies away. Schiffer was with him until the startled cry students!" asked Strauss. Strauss assisted in coercing his former have struck your friend, the sub-in

/ I But hark a pleasant sound I hear, of the soldier had caused them both to run "They talk, I believe, of nothing but the friend, and accompanied the police to the spector?"

Of children coming down the lane- out to the scene of the tragedy. No one murders. But I have worked hard of late, station, protesting loudly at the same time "Not for the whole world," groaned the

And now they strive with flying feet ever dreamed of implicating Reinmaul in as you know and hear little of the gossip.:' against any unnecessary violence and giving inspector, covering his face with his hands

To see who first the barn will gain.A such a matter; but still it was rumored that Have you had time," inquired Strauss, it as his opinion that a lunatic asylum wouldbe "Then is it not clear?' But now, thank

his ancient and well-known friendship for to look over the books and the weapons a more fitting place for the prisoner. The Heaven, the accursed thing is broken, and

gush of laughter greets my ears, Schiffer might have induced him to tell a which our dear old Professor: was so con- events of the last half hour had been so can never do harm again. But see, what is
As up the ladder lithe and gay, falsehood in order to screen him. Popular cerned about the very day he met his death? sudden and inexplicable that he felt quite that?"

They come to seek for hidden eggs, feeling ran very high upon the subject, and They say they are well worth a visit." dazed himself. What did it all mean? It Right in the centre of the room was lyinga

And frolic on the fragrant hay. there seemed a danger of Schiffer's being I saw them to-day," said Schlegel, light- was certain that his old friend from boyhoodhad thin brown cylinder of parchment. One

f The little are wild with joy mobbed in the street, when an incident occurred ing his pipe. "Reinmaul, the janitor, attempted to murder him, and had glance at the fragments of the handle of the

t At finding rogues father's hiding-place,, which threw a very different light showed me over the store-room,and I helpedto nearly succeeded. Was von Schlegel then weapon showed that it had been hollow

And thus pleasant day-dream: ends upon the matter. label many of them from the original the murderer of Prof. von Hopstein and of This roll of paper had apparently been hid:
my the 12th of December nine of Graf As the Bohemian Jew? Strauss felt that it
With smothering kisses and fond em- On just days catalogue Schulling's museum. was den away inside the meta case thus formed
brace. after the mysterious murder of Prof von far as we"can see, there is but one article impossible, for the Jew was not even knownto having been introduced through a smalihole

F -C. F. Gerry. Hopstein, Schiffer, the Bohemian Jew, was missingof all the collection." him. and the Professor had been his especial which had been afterwards solderedup.
found lying on a corner of the Grand Platz One missing I" exclaimed Strauss. That favorite. He followed mechanicallyto Von Schlegel opened the document. The

THE SILVER HATCHET. stone dead, and so mutilated that he was would grieve old von Hopstein's ghost. Is the police station, lost in grief and amaze- writing: upon it was almost illegible from

;> hardly recognizable. His head was cloven it anything of value?" ment. age' ; but as far as they could make out it

: On the 3d of December, 1861 Dr. Otto von open in almost the same way as that of von "It described as an antique hatchet, Inspector Baumgarten, one of the most stood thus, in mediaeval German :
Hopstein, Regius Professor of Comparative Hopstein, and his body exhibited numerous with a head of steel and a handle of chased energetic and best known of the police offi- "Diese Waffe benutzte Max von Erlichingen -

Anatomy of the University of Buda-Pesth deep gashes. Snow had fallen heavily the silver. We have applied to the railway company cials, was on duty in the absence of the com- um Joanna Bodeck zu ermorden, des-

and Curator of the Academical Museum,, day before and was lying at least a foot deepall and no doubt it,will be found.?' missary. He was a wiry little active man, halb beschuldige ich, Johann Bodeck, mit-

was foully and brutally murdered within a over the square; some had fallen duringthe I trust so,'' echoed Strauss ; and the con- quiet and retiring in his habits, but possessedof telst der Macht welche mir als Mitglied des

stone's throw of the entrance to the college night, too, as was evidenced by a thin versation drifted off into other channels. great sagacity and a vigilance which never Concils des rothen Kreuzes verliehen wurde,
quadrangle. layer lying like a winding-sheet over the The fire was burning low and the bottle of relaxed. Now, though he had had a six dieselbe mit dieser Un that. Mag sie anderen

Besides the eminent position of the victim murdered man. It was hoped at first that Rhenish was empty before the two friendsrose hours' vigil, he sat as erect as ever, with his denselben Schmerz verursachen den sie mir

and his both students and this circumstance might assist in giving a from their chairs, and von Schlegel pre- pen behind his ear, at his official desk, while verursacht hat. Mag jede Hand die sie er-

townsfolk popularity there were among other circumstances clue by enabling the footsteps of the assassinto pared to depart. his friend, Sub-Inspector Winkel, snored ina greift mit dem Blut eines Freundes gerothet
be traced ; but the crime had been com- Ugh It's a bitter night !1" he said, stand- chair at the side of the stove. Even the sein-
which excited public interest
very strongly, mitted unfortunately in much frequented the and his cloak inspector's usually immovable features betrayed
and drew general attention throughout Aus- a place ing on doorstep folding Immer iibel-niemals gut.
tria and Hungary to this murder. The during the day, and there were innumerable round him. Why, Leopold, you have surprise, however, when the door Gerothet mit des Freundes blut.
tracks in direction. Besides You not out was flungopen and von Schlegel was draggedin
every your cap on. are are
Pesther Abendblatt of the following day had Which be translated
the newly-fallen snow had blurred you?" with pale face and disordered clothes, the may roughly :
article it which still be
an upon may con- the footsteps tosuch, an extent that it would "Yes, I am coming with you," said silver hatchet still grasped firmly in his This weapon was used by Max von Er-
sulted the curious and from which I
by have been impossible to draw trustworthy Strauss, shutting the door behind him. "I hand. Still more surprised was he when lichingen for the murder of Joanna Bodeck.

translate a few passages giving a succinct evidence from them. feel heavy," he continued,taking his friend'sarm Strauss and the gendarmes gave their ac- Therefore do I, Johann Bodeck, nccurse it
account of the circumstances under which
In this case there was exactly the same and walking down the street with him. count, which was duly entered in the official by the power which has been bequeathed to
the crime was committed, and the peculiar impenetrable mystery and absence of mo- hI think,a walk as far as your lodgings, in register. me as one of the Council of the Rosy Cross.

features in the case which puzzled the Hun- tive which had characterized the murder of the crisp frosty air, is just the thing to set "Young man, young man," said Inspector May it deal to others the grief which it has

garian police. Prof. Von Hopstein. In the dead man's me right. I Baumgarten, laying down his pen dealt to me. May every hand that grasps it

"It appears"that Prof, said that very excellent left the pocket there was found a note-book containing The two students went down Stephen and fixing his eyes sternly upon the prisoner, be reddened in the blood of a friend !

paper, about half-past von Hopstein four in the after- a considerable sum in gold, and several Strasse together and across Julien Platz, this is pretty work for Christmas morning; Ever evil-never good
in order to meet the train which is due valuable bills, but no attempt had been talking on a variety of topics. As they why have you done this thing?" Reddened with a loved one's blood."
noon made to rifle him. Supposing that anyone passed the corner of the Grand Platz, however God knows" cried von Schlegel, cover- in
from Vienna at three minutes after five. There dead silence the room
to whom he had lent money (and this was where Schiffer had been found dead, ing his face with his hands and dropping was a
He accompanied by his old and dear when Schlegel had finished spellingout
was the first idea which occurred to the police) the conversation turned naturally upon the the hatchet. A change had come over him ; von
friend Herr Wilhelm sub-cu- this document. As it
Schlessinger put
had taken this means of evading his debt, it murder. his fury and excitement were gone, and he strange
rator of the museum and of down Strauss laid his hand affectionatelyupon
privat-docent was hardly conceivable that he would have "That's where they found him" remarkedvon seemed utterly prostrated with grief.
The of these his
chemistry. object two gentlemen left such a valuable spoil untouched. Schif-- Schlegel, pointing to the fatal spot. You have rendered yourself liable to a arm.
in meeting this particular train to "No such proof is needed by me, old
was fer lodged with a woman named Gruga at 49 Perhaps the murderer is near us now," strong suspicion of having committed the "
receive the Graf he said. "At the moment
legacy bequeathed by von Marie Theresa Strasse, and the evidence of said Strauss. Let us hasten on." other murders which have disgraced our friend very
the of Buda Pesth. struck at I forgave
University that me
Schiillingto you you my
his landlady and her children showed that They both turned to when Von city..
It is well known that this unfortunate heart. I well knew that if the Profes-
he had remained shut up in his room the Schlegel gave a sudden cry of pain and No, no, indeed," said von Schlegel, poor
nobleman whose fate is still fresh in in the he would as
tragic sor were room say
whole of the preceding day in a state of deep stooped down. earnestly. God forbid !I" "
the recollection of the left his Herr Wilhelm Schlessinger.
public, unique dejection, caused by the suspicion which the Something has cut through my boot !" "At least you are guilty of attempting the "
collection of mediaeval well "Gentlemen, remarked the inspector,
weapons, as as populace had fastened upon him. She had he cried, and feeling about with his hand in life of Herr Leopold Strauss."
several blackletter editions and resuming his official tones,
priceless to heard him go out about 11 o'clock at nightfor the snow, he pulled out a small glistening The dearest friend I have in the world," standing up
be treated
enrich the celebrated of his this affair as it is, must
already museum his last and fatal walk and as he had a battle-axe, made, apparently, entirely of groaned the student. "Oh, how could I strange Sub-In-
The to rule and precedent.
alma mater. worthy professor was too latch-key she had gone to bed without wait- metal. It had been I lying with the blade How could I !" according
much of enthusiast in such Winkel. superior officer I
matters to as
an ing for him. His object in choosing such a turned slightly upward, so as to cut the foot His being your friend makes your crime spector your
intrust the of this valuable command to arrest me a charge of
reception or care
late hour for a ramble obviously was that he of the student when he trod upon it. ten times more heinous," said the inspector you upon You will
subordinate and with the assaulting com-
legacy to any did not consider himself safe if recognized in The weapon of the murderer!I" he ejacu- severely. Remove him for the remainderof murderously you.
assistance of Herr Schlessinger he succeededin mit me to prison for the night, together
the streets. lated.I the night to the-but steady who comes
the whole collection from the with Herr Schlegel and Herr Wilhelm
removing von
The occurrence of this second murder so The silver hatchet from the museum !I" here?
and it in We shall take our trial at the
stowing away a light cart shortly after' the first threw not only the cried Strauss in the same breath. The door was pushed open, and a man Schlessinger.
which had been sent the of the judges. In the mean-
by sitting
University au- town of Buda-Pesth, but the whole of Hun- There could be no doubt that it was both came into the room, so haggard and care- coming
thorities. :Most of the books and time take of that piece of evidence"pointing -
more gary into a terrible state of excitement, and the one and the other. There could not be worn that he looked more like a ghost thana care
articles in of the of parchment"and,
fragile were packed cases pine even of terror. Vague dangers seemed to two such curious weapons, and the character human being. He tottered as he walked, to piece
wood but of the sim- while 1 devote time and
many weapons were hang over the head of every man. The only of the wounds was just such as would be inflicted and had to clutch at the backs of the chairsas am away, your
done round with straw that consider- to the clue have ob-
ply ,so energy you
parallel to this intense feeling was to be by a similar instrument. The mur- he approached the inspector's desk. It
able labor involved in them all. tained in discovering who it was who slew
was moving : found in our own country at the time of the derer had evidently thrown it aside after was hard to recognize in this miserablelooking "
Professor however lest Schiffer the Bohemian Jew.
The was so nervous, Williams murder described by De Quincy. committing the dreadful deed, and it had object the once cheerful and rubicund Herr ,
anyone of them should be injured that he The missing link in the chain of evidencewas
i There were so many resemblances betweenthe lain concealed in the snow some twenty sub-curatorof museum and privatdocentof
refused to allow of the On the 28th of Decem
any railway em- cases of von Hopstein and of Schiffer metre1 from the spot ever since. It was ex- chemistry, Herr Wilhelm Schlessinger.The soon supplied.
Eisenbahn Diener to assist. ber the wife of Reinmaul. the janitor, coming
ploy s ( ) Every that no one could doubt that there existed a traordinary that of all the people who had practiced eye of Baumgarten, however,
article carried the into the bedroom after short absence
was across platform by connection between the two. The absenceof passed and repassed none had discovered it ; was not to be baffled by any change.
Herr and handed to Prof found her husband hanging lifeless from a
Schlessinger von
object and of robbery the utter want of but the snow was deep and it was little off "
"Good morning, mein Herr, he said
Hopstein in the cart, who packed it away. hook in the wall. He had tied a long bol
clue to the assassin and the the beaten track."What ''
any are early. No doubt the reason is
When everything was in, the two gentle. you up ster-case round his neck and stood upon a
nature of the wounds inflicted to do with it? said
ghastly evidently are we von that have heard that one of stu-
men, still:! faithful to their charge, drove you your chair in order to commit the fatal' deed.
by the same or a similar all Schle< el.holding it in his hand. He shud-
weapon, dents von Schlegel, is arrested for
back to the University, the Professor beingin attempting On the table was a note in which he con-
pointed in one direction. Things were in dered he noticed by the light of the "
as moon
the life of Leopold Strauss?
excellent spirits, and not a little proud of fessed to the murder of Schiffer, the e wadding ,
this state when the incidents which I am that the of it all dabbled with dark "
head was No, I have come for myself said Schles-
the physical exertion which he shown '* that the deceased had been his olds
about to relate occurred and in orderto brown .,
himself capable of. He made some joking *' spins singer, speaking; huskily, and putting his friend, and that he had slain him without
make them intelligible I must lead to the of
allusion to it to Reinmaul, the janitor, who, up 'TaCeWt. commissary police, hand up to his throat. "I come to ease my premeditation in obedience to some uncontrollable
them from a fresh point of departure.
with his friend Schiffer, a Bohemian Jew, suggestefl He'lt Strauss. soul of the weight of a great sin, though. impulse. Remorse and grief, he
met the cart on its return and unloaded the Otto von Schlegel was a younger son of beln bed now. Still I think you God knows, an unmeditated one. It was I said, had driven him to self-destruction ;
contents. Leaving his curiosities safe in the the old Silesian family of that name. His are right.. But it is near 4 o'clock. I \will who-but. merciful heavens there it is- and he wound up his confession by com-

storeroom and locking the door, the Pro- father had originally -destined him for the wait until morning, and take it round before the horrid thing! Oh, that I had never mending his soul to the mercy of Heaven.
but at the advice of his teachers who breakfast. :Meanwhile I must carry it with seen it !"
fessor handed the key to his sub-curator, army The trial which ensued was one of the
saw'the surprising talent of the youth had me to my lodgings. He shrank back in a of terror
and, bidding every one good evening departed paroxysm strangest which ever occurred in the whole
in the direction of his lodgings. sent him to the University of Buda Pesth to That is the best plan, said his friend; glaring at the silver hatchet where it lay history of jurisprudence. It was in vain

:Schlessinger? took a last look to reassure be educated in medicine. Here young and the two walked on together, talking of upon the floor, and pointing at it with his that the prosecuting counsel urged the im

himself that all was right and also went off Schlegel carried everything before him, and the remarkable find which they had made. emaciated hand. probability of the explanation offered by

leaving Reinmaul and his friend Schiffer promised to be one of the most brilliant When they came to Schlegel's door Strauss There it lies !I" he yelled. Look at it! the prisoners, and deprecated the introduction -

smoking in the janitor's lodge. graduates turned out for many a year. said good-bye, refusing an invitation to go It has come to condemn me. See that brown of such an element as magic into a

"At eleven o'clock, about an hour and a Though a hard reader he was no bookworm, in, and walked briskly down the street in rust on it? Do you know what that is? nineteenth century law-court. The chain
but an active, powerful fellow full of the direction of his own lodgings. That is the blood of dearest, best friend
half after Von Hopstein's departure, a soldier young my of facts was too strong, and the prisonerswere
of the Fourteenth Regiment of Jager, animal spirits and vivacity, and extremely Schlegel was stooping down putting the Prof. von Hopstein. I saw it gush over the unanimously acquitted. "This silver

passing the front of the University on his popular among his fellow-students. key into the lock, when a strange changecame very handle as I drove the blade through his hatchet," remarked the judge, in his summing

way to thebarracks, came upon the lifeless The New Year examinations were at hand, over him. He trembled violently,and brain. Mein Gott, I see it now !" up, has hung untouched upon the

i body of the Professor lying a little way from and Schlegel was working hard-so hard dropped the key from his quivering fingers.His "SubInspectorVinkel," said Baumgarten wall in the mansion of the Graf von Sch fling -

the side of the road. He had fallen upon that even the strange murders in the town right hand closed convulsively round endeavoring to preserve his official aus- for nearly two hundred years. The

his face with both arms stretched out. His and the general excitement in men's minds the handle of the silver hatchet, and his eye terity, "you will arrest this man, charged on shocking manner in which he met his deathat

head was literally split in two halves by a failed to turn his thoughts from his studies. followed the retreating figure of his friend his own confession with the murder of the the hands of his favorite house steward is

tremendous blow, which, it is conjectured, Upon Christmas Eve, when every house was with a vindictive glare. In spite of the cold- late Professor. I also deliver into your handsvon still fresh in your recollection. It has come

must have been struck from behind, there illuminated, and the roar of drinking songs ness of the night, the perspiration streamed Schlegel here, charged with a murderous out in evidence that a few days before the

remaining a peaceful smile upon the old came ,from the Bierkeller, in the student down his face. For a moment he seemedto assault upon Herr Strauss. You will murder the Stewart had overhauled the old

man's face, as if he had been still dwelling quartier, he refused the many invitations to struggle with himself, holding his hand also keep this hatchet-here he picked it weapons and cleaned them. In doing this

I upon his new archaeological acquisitionwhen roystering suppers which were showered up to his throat as if he were suffocating.Then from the floor-" which has! apparently been he must have touched the handle of this
death had overtaken him. There was upon, him, and went off! with his books with crouching body and rapid, noise used for both crimes:' hatchet. Immediately afterward he slew

no other mark of violence upon the body under his arm to the rooms of Leopold less steps, he crept after his late companion. Wilhelm Schlessinger had been leaning his master, whom he had served faithfullyfor

: except a bruise over the left patella, caused Strauss to work with him into the small Strauss was plodding sturdily along against the table with a face of ashy pale- twenty years. The weapon then came,

probably by the fall. The most mysteriouspart hours of the morning. through the snow, humming snatches of a ness. in conformity with the Count's will Jo

of the affair is that the Professor's Strauss and Schlegel were bosom friends. student song,and little dreaming of the dark "What did you say?" he cried. "Von Buda-Pesth, where, at the station, Herr Whelm l-

purse, containing forty-three gulden, and They were both Silesians, and had known figure which pursued him. At the Grand Schlegel attack Strauss The two dearest Schlessinger grasped it, and, within

his valuable watch had been untouched. each other from boyhood. Their affection Platz it was forty yards behind him ; at the friends in the college! I slay my old master! two hours used it against the person of the

Robbery cannot, therefore, have been the had become proverbial in the University. Julien Platz it was but twenty; in Stephen It is magic, I say ; it is a charm. There is a deceased Professor. The next man whom

incentive to the deed, unless the assassinswere Strauss was almost as distinguished a studentas Strasse it was ten, and gaining on him with spell upon'us! It isAh, I have it I It is we find touching it is the janitor Reinmaul

disturbed before they could complete.. Schlegel, and there had been many a panther-like rapidity. Already it was almost that hatchet-that thrice-accursed hatchet!" who helped to remove the weapons from

t their work. tough struggle for academic honors betweenthe within arm's length of the unsuspectingman and he pointed convulsively at the weapon the cart to the store-room. At the first opportunity -

i This idea is negatived by the fact that two fellow-countrymen, which had only and the hatchet glittered coldly in the which Inspector Baumgarten still held in his : he buried, it in the body of his

the body must have lain at least an hour served to strengthen their friendship by a moonlight when some slight noise must hand. friend Schiffer. We then have the attempted

before any one discovered it. The whole bond of mutual respect. Schlegel admiredthe have reached Strauss' ears, for he faced suddenly The inspector smiled contemptuously. murder of Strauss by Schlegel, and

affair is wrapped in mystery. Dr. Lange- dogged pluck and never-failing good round upon his pursuer. He started Restrain yourself, mein Herr," he said, Winkel by Inspector Baumgarten, all immediately

mann, the eminent medico jurist, has pro- temper of his old playmate; while the latter and uttered an exclamation, as his eye met "you do but make your case worse by such following the taking of the hatchet

nounced that the wound is such as might considered Schlegel, with his many talents the white set face, with flashing eyes and wild excuses for the wicked deed you con- into the hand. Lastly comes the providential

have been inflicted by a heavy swordbayonet and brilliant versatility, the most accom- clenched teeth, which seemed to be sus- fess to. Magic and charms are, not knownin discovery of the extraordinary docu-

wielded by a powerful arm. The police plished of mortals. pended in the air behind him. the legal vocabulary, as my friend Winkel ment which has been read to you by the

1 are extremely reticent upon the subject.and The friends were still working together, What, Otto !1" he exclaimed, recognizing will assure you." clerk of the court. I invite your most careful -
it is suspected that they are in possession the one reading from a volume on'anatomy, his friend. "Art thou ill? You look pale. "I know not," remarked his sub-in I consideration, gentlemen of the jury to

of a clue which may lead to important the other holding a skull and marking off Come with me to my-Ah hold, you mad- spector, shrugging his broad shoulders. I this chain of facts, knowing that you win l

results. the various parts mentioned in the text, man, hold 1 Drop that axe! Drop it, I say, There are many strange things in the find a verdict according to your consciences
Thus far the Pesther Abendblatt. The researches when the deep-toned bell of St. Gregor's or by heaven I'll choke you!I" world. Who knows but that-" without fear and without favor." .

of the police failed, however, to Church struck the hour of midnight. I Von Schlegel had thrown himself upon "What!" roared Inspector Baumgarten, Perhaps the most interesting piece of evidence

throw the least glimmer of light upon the "Hark to that!" said Schlegel, snappingup him with a wild cry and uplifted weapon, furiously. "You would undertake to con- to the English reader, though_ it

matter. There was absolutely no trace of the book and stretching out his long legs .. but the student was stout-hearted and reso- tradict me You would set up your opin- found few supporters among the Hungarian

: the murderer, nor could any amount of ingenuity toward the cheery fire. Why, it's Christ- lute. He rushed inside the sweep of the ion I You would be the champion of these audience, was that of Dr. Langemann, the

invent any reason which could have mas morning, my friend 1 May it not be the I'' hatchet and caught his assailant round the accursed murderers Fool, miserable fool, eminent medico-jurist, who has written

induced any one to commit the dreadful last that we spend together!I" waist, narrowly escaping a blow which your hour has come !I" And rushing at the text books upon metallurgy and toxicolog-

deed. The deceased Professor was a man so May we have passed all these confounded would have cloven his head. The two stag- astounded Winkel, he dealt a blow at him He said :

,,- wrapped in his own studies and pursuitsthat examinations before another one comes !I" gered for a moment in a deadly wrestle, with the silver hatchet which would certainly "I am not so sure, gentlemen, that thereis
he lived apart from the world, and had answered Strauss. But see here Otto, one Schlegel endeavoring to shorten his weapon; have justified his last assertion had it need to fall back upon necromancy or the

certainly never raised the slightest ani bottle of wine will not be amiss. I have laid but Strauss with a desperate wrench man- not been that in his fury he overlooked the black art for an explanation of what has oc-




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I say is merely a the 1st of January
so the 1st of January, 1884, to
sort bnt in a case > 1875.
without proof of any y suggestion may be of 1885, we are to have an interesting LEROY JONES, M.D., h
extraordlOan' ever) to whom allusionvaleade succession of stirring events of which every VJELALE AND RUTAILI, --

The the most profound one will wish to hear. Two military cam- HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, ceO
in this paper were in -that of El MEDICINES
of the early middle ages paigns are at present progress HO DRUGS anHORSEY
chemists principal alchemists whose Mahdi in the,Soudan and of the French Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua,
included the both of which are approaching
and liu cLemistry as Tonquin-
to us.
have descended the critical point. The next session of Parliament
names advanced, there are somepoints ; FERNANDINA FLA.
has were ahead of is to be marked acording the an- & CO.,
in which the so than in the m nu- nounced purpose of Mr.: Parnell hy a bitter Calls answered promptly day or:night.,and M ;
and in none more of the"Irish nationalists to compel a
us, of subtle and deadly ac- struggle Medicine furnished without extra charge.
facture of poisons Bodeck,as one of the ldersof their English and Scotch colleagues to concede I Office hours:-a. m. until 8; ,p..m. 1 to 2
tion. This man doubt the toIreland some measure of home-rule. 22 lye "0 =I PHARMACISTS I-1
the Rosicrucians, possessed mixtures no some of In default of this Mr. Parnell promises to and 7 to 8. A. B. NOYES, O i

of many such his following to so obstruct the 3cs,
recipe of the Medicis, employ
tofana E. SNYDER,
like the aqua transaction of parliamentary business as to DR.
which, the
through DEALER IN-- ==
by penetrating members at St.Stephen's Centre Street.FERNANDINA ,
would poison conceivable that the render the presence of Irish s:
skin. It is insures Et =
the This -
of intolerable. programme
has been
pores of this silver hatchet of exciting scenes in Par- [Q Z o ODW m{
handle which is a diffusible a Family Supplies FLORIDA,
preparation which Mr. > eEt ,
anointed 1 bv some the effect upon the liament. The new reform hill H =
poison having sudden and. Gladstone proposes' to carry during the session c'ljW !!! p
on hand fine assort-
bringing a
of excite constantly on
human body of homocidal mania. In such of 1884, will also wellas Z ea HEAVY GROCERIES, KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-
acute attacks the madman'sn general interest in the United States as oit"J 3
that ;
known and DOMESTIC
attacks it is well those whom he loved throughout the British empire. Vastly EIGN
against will be ZXZ
is turned interesting to American readers

best when sane. I have, as me I in remarked my theory be- the more discussion to take place Washington i o Hay and Grain, Ul Drugs and Chemicals,
fore no proof to forward for what it 'i; within the next few months over our own I
and'simply put it reform bill. The Republican members of DURYEE
worth." from the speech of the the present Congress are opposed to tariff WM. H I I, $ SHIP STORES i I O Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines,
extract it is said, are
With this The Democrats, MERCHANT
reform. ,
Professor: we may ;:
learned and ingenious famous trial. divided, the majority of them favoring, the i GENERAL Proprietary and Fancy Goods,

close the account Pieces of this of the silver hatchet minority opposing it. Which will Democrats get the CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R.. DEPOT, Z\\ Furniture, &
The broken clever hand? Will the high-tariff
into a deep pond a upper Republicans to maintainthe FINE TOILET ,
thrown with the FLA.
were to them in his cooperate FERNANDINA Stoves,
poodle being employed would carry touch them for present absurd law? Or will the Demo- .y fZ
as no one and send a reform tariff PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
mouth, still hang crats act together Corn,
infection might Hay, Paints,
fear some of the The piece of parchment; was bill to the Senate which the Senate will decline j __ ._ ._ .. T., r.._.- _-'_ _ -_ --
about them. of the University.As to pass? Every step of the strugglein L O Crockery, yc IN GREAT VARIETY.
museum will be watched K. BAUKMGHT,
Washington W.
\ Winkel and the Capitol '
p Stress and Schlegel, C
to continued the best of with lively concern all over the country, AGENT, Hardware, Fr
Baumearten, they for all I know to the and bv the time Congress adjourns the pub- WHOLESALE AND RETAILBUTCHER as M
friends, and are so still ofa lic mind will be ripe for the opening of a DEALER, < Physicians' Prescriptions
became surgeon AND STOCK Willow-Ware.
Schlessinger which it is safe to gM ,
contrary. and was shot at the Presidential campaign ANDDealer compounded with Drugs, at
carefully pure
cavalry regiment, will exceed in warmth any of its predeceSsors -
later while rescuing say, = ,
battle of Sadowa five years since 1860. The meeting of the in Ice reasonable prices.THE .
fire. By
the wounded under a heavy at Annapolis on the SPECIALTY O W
his little patrimony was Maryland Legislature TENNESSEE BEEF A -.
of the
bis last injunction and the reassembling
obelisk over the 2d of January,
to be sold to erect a marble So- Baltimore City Council later in the same BROOM STREET WHARF, o

grave of Prof von Hopstein.-London month, will prove also events of engrossing FERNANDINA. FLA. 9Ptataltotal
ciety. interest. But supposing the existence of a 19-tf W

citizen concerned about none of these things, !
WIT AND IIUM 012. still he will need to read The Sun for news LOUIS A; C. LANGE, o 3FURNITURE 3

of the thousand and one other events of ; : ; ; I F 1 1E

The proprietor of a bone mill advertisesthat interest that go so far to make up the cur- UPHOLSTERER, <
those sending their own bones to be rent history of the world. The period is ltl ENDAltS

ground will be attended to with punctualityand of rapid movement and the citizen who = Go SpAV GuRE -
one -
Foot of Centre
to be left be- !
despatch. does not take a paper is sure ..
fora W -- --
to law he does not stopto hind. If a man ever means to subscribe FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
When a man goes actorson
before REMEDY
He leaves the clerk of paper, now is the time MOST SUCCESSFUL

count the to do cost.that, and, as a rule, none of the world's stage during the year 1884 Furniture repaired in the best manner. discovered, as it is certain in its
the court omitted. have taken their places and begun to play Hair Mattresses made to'Border at short 0: effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
items are of THIS
the their parts. When it becomes a question 36 JUST RECEIVED BELOW.
"What is laughter?" asks a Brooklyn securing a reliable newspaper, which will notice. a new 101 of -

I. "It's the sound you hear all over contain all the news, succinctly expressedand J
the when the waiter"dumps a plateof fairly reported, the proper course to JAMES :JJIcGIFFIN, .--, Chamber Suits, Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS .

hot soup down your back. pursue is plain : take The Sun. AND BUILDER, N. Y., January 30, 1882.
CONTRACTOR ---I Parlor Suits
An excited old maid in a temperance lodge Dr. B. J. Kendall& Co.:
j few evenings since read an original poem, THE SUN, Alachua Street between Second and Third, GENTS-Having used a good deal of your
a Tables Lounges
entitled. "The Lips that Touch Wine shall Published daily except Sunday. I Kendall's Spavin Cnre with great success. I

II never Touch Mine," and the young men FERNANDINA, FLA. Rockers Chairs thought I would let you know what it has
present gave three cheers. THE PAPER OF Orders and estimates from a distance care- done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya

sixteen asks what is the -- Mail InvariablyCash fully attended to. 25-tf Wardrobes, colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
miss of by ,
A young Terms of Subscription When I was breaking him he kicked over
proper thing for her to do when she is sere-late in advance-Postage Free: Bedsteads, the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his

naded by a party of gentlemen at a this O. S. OAKES, hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
to Cts.
able answer
be Month..50
hour. We are glad to One Year.$6.00 One Mattresses farriers, but they all said he was spoiled.He .
question. Steal softly downstairs and untie Six Months........ 3.00 Three Weeks..38 Cts. Springs, had a very large thorough-pin, and I

the dog.-Rochester Fost-Express. Four Months..... 2.00 Two Weeks..25 Cts. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Pillows, etc., etc. used two bottlesof your Kendall's Spavin

Are French flats healthy? Yes, very. Are Three Months.... 1.50 One.eek..13 Cts. o I Cure,and it took the bunch entirely off,and
? No. Why? Two Months...... 1.00 I e afterwards for$1800(dollars). I have
They the people have in to them starve healthy and go half-naked to SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts. And Manufacturer of 1 CALL AND EXAMINE. he used sold it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit

the rent. Why are these flats called MOLDINGS has always cured completely and left the
pay ,
flats? To distinguish them from THE BALTIMORE w.HOY'l': leg smooth.It .
American fiats. What are American flats? Giving a Week's Events in FANCY SCROLL': SAWING,, ::::I FRED Is CO. is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I and.
The people who live in French flats. A Newspaper have recommended it to a good many
Compact Shape. they all say it does the work. I was in Witb-
A poor Irishman was asked by a judge if a BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, erington Kneeland's drug store,in Adams,

certain witness with whom he professed to $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 the other day, and saw a very fine picture

be acquainted was of a good character. NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. LLFURNITURE! you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could

"Well, your honor," was the reply "he TERMS-Invariably Cash in' Advance. not they said if I would write to you that
rades the Boible, he plays the feddle, he Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United ;would send me one. I wish you would) ,.

Diver whips his old woman, and now and I States and Canada. STAR and CHURCH WOES a SPECIALTY B. NOYES, you and I will do you all the good I can.

thin he takes a drop of good whisky. I A. (Successor to W. A. SANBOEN), Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
don't know what more you can say of any ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. I Plans with estimates -
man." Elevations and Floor Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

Premium Copies 1884. furnished at reasonable rates.
1884. ,
A lecturing teacher in a class one of of little the Sundayschoolswas girls on the influence to Getters Up of Clubs Sun." y& Orders by mail promptly attended to GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, Spavin Cure.ON .
Baltimore Weekly
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tion of youthful character. "Ah, Miss Caroline do- Five Copies......................................$ 5.00 Streets near 12 1881.
," said he to one of the class, "what of the Weekly Corner of Second and Centre VEVAY, IND., August ,
you think you would have been without With an extra Copy -W ANSLEY 7 Steamboat Landing, Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:

your good father and" pious mother Caroline?" TEN Sun year.................................... 10.00 FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. GENTS-Sample of circulars with received imprint to-
"I sir, answered Miss Please send me some my ,
suppose of the WeeklySun day.
"I should have been an orphan." With an extra and copy of the Owner and Agent for Schooner Silos C. printed on one side only. The Kendall's
one copy ,
one year, Qm for Merchandise in Cure is in excellent demand with us,
or b Evans. Special rates Spavin
Your visits remind me of the growth Daily Sun three but for human

a successful newspaper" said Uncle Jabez, FIFTEEN COPIES........................... 15.00 .c large quantities.Hazard Manufacturing Compa- and ailments not only also. for Mr.animals Jos. Voris, one of the

leaning his chin on his cane and glancing on With an extra copy of the WeeklySun of the Agent CHAMPION for BARBED WIREthebest leading farmers in our county, sprained an
who was sweet on Angelica and one copy ny's
William Henry, one year world. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
Daily Sun nine months. I ;::: and it
Why so?"' inquired William Henry. THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 Ct) Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED did remedy far better for horses than,tried he had it on expected himself;, cured

44 'V ell, they commenced weekly, grew to With an extra copy of the Weekly PLOWS. OF JACKSON- in short order.
for BANK the sprain very
be tri-weekly, and have" become daily, witha Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun VILLE.Local Agent 33 Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price .

Sunday supplement. one year. South side Centre St., near the Depot. $1 bottle, or 6 bottles for$5. All
"Yes said William Henry, bracing up, per
"and after, we are married we will issue an Getters up of Clubs will find the above FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND STOVES, TIN-WARE ETC. druggists have it or can address get it for you, or of it
will be sent to any on receipt

extra"Sh--h," said Angelica. And they went terms the most liberal that can be offered bya MADE TO ORDER. W. P. STREETY, price by the Proprietors Enosburgh Falls DR. B.Vt.J. KENDALL --
for stroll.A All work warranted.
out a
First-Class Family Journal. ,1. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, Send for Illustrated Circular.
sharp student was called up by the .
worthy professor of a celebrated college, and SINGLE COPIES by mail..3 Cts. NEW YORK MIa- 'ERNANDINA-FLA. Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS

asked the question, Can a man see with- BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY

out eyes?" The safest method of transmitting money
"Yes, sir'' was the prompt reply. -'
How, sir." cried the astonished professor, by mail is by check, draft or postofficemoney WILLIAM h
without : ? Pray, sir, THE PUBLIC
"can a man see eyes ; TO REMIND
?" WISHES make tiYw MUNN &; CO.,of the SciEMTiric AMERICAN, con-
how do you make that out order. he is now ready to any Untie tone as Solicitors for Patents,Caveats TradeMarks
the Canada..
"He can see with one, sir, replied kind Copyrights for the United States
And the whole class ofBREAD. PIES. France Germanr..etc. Hand Book about
ready-witted youth. No deviation from published terms. CAKE OR England sent free. Thirty-seven : ears'experience.
shouted with delight at the triumph over Patents obtained through MDNN&;CO.are noticedIn

metaphysics. Address A. S. ABELL & Co.,Publishers.SUN on the shortest possible notice. He will also the SCIENTIFIC circulated AMERICAN scientific the paper.largest$,.best 20 a year.,and

IRON BUILDING, have on hand,for the Holidays a fine assort- mostwldel Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting In-
Baltimore, Md. formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific American
H.A.SIMMONS'LIVEn JHEDICEfE.\ ment ofENGLISH FRUIT CAKE sent free.Office.Address 261 Broadway MUNN, New A;CO.York) SciiNnnOAHXRICAN

from one pound upwards.
'It is indlspensible la this Malarious climate. ranging orders thankfully received and obtained for new inventionsor
jpaAU PATENTS in old
We can't do without it. It saved us from much attended to. for improvements

sickness.'-Eev.J.C.Weaver of Texas. : promptly 51 tJan WM. HYNES, ones. Caveats Infringements,TradeMarksand attendedi
business promptly
Twenty of suferingfrom Indigestion all patent
and diseased Liver was relieved by a package
LUMBER! REJECTED still, in most cases, be pat-
of it'-Rev.M.H.Cullum, Grapevine.Texas. OF ALL KINDS, FIRE WOOD AND TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE may Being opposite the U.S. Patent -
ented by
'It has done more to relieve and cure me of in PATENT BUSI-

Sick Headache than all the other remedies I ROOFING AND GUTTERING, Office EXCLUSIVELY, and engaged we can secure pat-

ever used.' J.M.Leod.of No.Carolina.'It Go to F. M. Robinson, FOR SALE CHEAP: PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC NESS ents in less time than those who are remote

proved a blessing to my family,!cheerfully from Washington.

testify to Its merits.' Its popularity here is EDGINGS AND SLABS, load. A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea When Inventors send model or sketch,

unbounded.-Bev.S.G.Shaw.BatesvUle.Ark. MANUFACTURER and DEALER, 10 cents per call, and compare my prices with those of we make search in the Patent Office, and

These are but samples from among the many ROUGH LUMBER other houses, here or elsewhere. advise as to its patentability free of charge
thousands testimonials received confidential; fees reason-
of unsolicited Correspondence
druggist FLORIDA From$5'to$16 per M ft., THE CELEBRATED UNLESS PAT-
curing the past few years. Ask your JACKSONVILLE, able; and NO CHARGE
for the original M.A.Snit roNB'IvEa MEDICINE according to quality. ENT IS OBTAINED.We .
,made at St.Louis Mo. Take no other. LUMBER g permission to the City Post-
SEED $12 to$20 per M.: feet. tf I MONITOR OIL STOVES | master, and to the Superintendent the

For Sale. ROSE. attended toWILLIAM a Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
EARLY EARLY VERMONT, Orders by Telephone promptly < references circular,service
of Es- For special
The lot, 50x100 feet on the corner BEAUTY OF HEBRON, ington.
B. C. DURYEE, address
known as the ,terms, etc.,
cambia and Fourth streets ,
Acosta Lot. Titles unquestionable.Terms Saw and Planing Mill.
a full assortment of Steam Washington,D.C. 2tTHE
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I ,.e,:; THE jpxoftii)A MIRROR. I of six hours only. THE SAN.ITARYAND.-.- DRAINAGE

The City of Palatka, after the railway QUESTION.The in seeing maintained% We hope they THE DEGREE OF

.1",'... SATURDAY FEBRUARYS, 1884. 'is completed to Palatka, if she meeting of'the City Council will discuss_ the matter, and, give ex- SEEDS WILL ENDURE.COLD THAT

.';. received her Palatka on pression to their views in The happily
very singular
STATEAND COUNTY TAXATION. freight at Fer- Wednesday night was of more than emphatic experience we
nandina detention terms. There is no question but are having this year in Florida
no that gives
: The State tax for the present occurring on account usual interest. A considerable numberof interest in the powers of us an

will year of depth of water on the bar representative citizens public opinion is strongly opposed to under extreme germination in seeds
amount to but four mills. When were present: the temperatures. In the
repeal the
the Democratic administration of Gov.: could put this Palatka freight in for the purpose of conferring with and ordinance. elaborate researches made by De Candolle very

[ j f. Charleston within, 18 hours from the and Pictet, of Geneva, as to the
Drew to the degrees
succeeded the epublicn'rule representing Council their viewsin of
time it THE COLD WEATHER cold to which seeds of
left : plants
under Gov. Stearns the could make reference to the importance The can be subjected
State tax of immediate late cold waves were quite a without losing their
two trips per week instead of to those who surprise vitality, we find
amounted HJ twelve mill.s, three times one. attention to the drainage and to the like ourselves, had been used the following very remarkable results
balmy winter : Seeds
that of the present year. This is We make these suggestions as notes sanitary condition of the city. Florida. But there is weather a great usual difference to South be of cabbage, mustard, cress, and wheat were

partly due to the growth and of the changes being effected every The Sanitary Committee while tween 30 above and 80 below zero, and separately inclosed in glass tubes, hernieti-
ProsPerity explainedtheir we shivered cally sealed
and and
day' by he' complained of the wer,,then
". of the country, and very largely opening of new lines of proposed action in reference to miles former figures, our friends a few hundred six hours to a course of exposed during

due to transportation, and with no feeling of repairing defective drain north of us were suffering from the which the refrigeration, in
more economical administration pipes, etc. latter. As to the damage that is done we temperature was reduced to 56

of the State government. jealousy towards the enterprising city It was strongly urged the are.L.L'not so. fullv_ advised_ as to dve nnv n__ r_?*_.. below zero.. centilY'---no--rl__.
upon units, '"
We. wish we could present an equallyas benefit on the St. Johns, now reaping the Council on the part of leading tax ana can we be QOUDG made,11 or any definite reasonaoie conclusion calculation gradual No precautions! to the were taken to restore them

of the many new enterprises that arrived at. In all the country about Bartow ordinary temperature. They
view the
of county affairs. Wet payers matter of-the city was everything of a tender were sown, and all
nature is killed except
her and seven grains
; however connecting, :with the main lines of of the orange trees themselves wheat,which of
can, say that very generallyat paramount importance, and that are severely had been damaged,
scorched germinated
travel and and
the advent of the Democratic ad- : transportation. the work to be done should be thor- are seriously young injured trees, and and in nursery many places stock' in been the same time as seeds which had not

-: ministration the counties were loaded THE ough and complete wihout regard to I actually killed. The strange part of it is the refrigerated. Another experiment was
LAST COLD" WAVE. irregular course of the severe frost lines that made with thirteen different kinds

with debt, that scrip was worth in The third cold cost, and that no mere temporary work meandered over the peninsula, in'much the It lasted two hours, and of seeds.
wave :was felt in same half that
way as a storm
M some instances but one-fourth of the .Florida"on 'Mond should be done, but a "complete over- and there spots of unharmed moves leaving here 'period the temperature was brought down
21st. vegetation
: face value that y hauling of the while,in the tract of the cold to 80?below zero. They all
owing to the depreciation last cold wave like existing provisions for wave all tender germinated, ex-
the plants
are scorched. cept three
was more sorts, which
: !: } of its value the drainage, and if betteran Just at the proved to be bad, by
o ; county was pay severe in the central portion of the necessary beginning of the cold snap we the fact that non-chilled seeds
:. ing about three times as much as it improved system should be adopted. started on a trip to Tallahassee via Tampa kind did of the same
:' peninsula than at points in the State the coast line to Cedar Key, and grow.
t.; should in most of its expenditures. further north. We That no time should be lost in begin- the Transit and Florida Central & Western over
;;,,. County 'scrip is now generally at theory advanced that cold heard waves de-the ning the work, which should be pressedto the Railroads temperature,and on the was trip almost by stage Tampa At BLASTING COAL BY COMPRESSEDAIR.

l'( par, and that fruitful source of specu- scended completion as early as possible. the the Orange Grove Hotel in Tampa, we saw .
perpendicularly from the thickest ice we had seen in Florida At a
These and meeting the Manchester
lation and extravagance is at an end. skies views were seconded by Drs. .when iwo went r n board Geological
instead of coming from the ,..., the stumor_nn___" _Aln-._ Society an interesting
,' oama on me paper was read, of the
The rope and fotarbucK morning 01 bin.
County have from water
north speaking a thrown new method of
the her
northeast or northwest. upon main deck was freezing as blasting coal in mines by
not, as a rule, been as careful as they There are certainly medical standpoint, and by Messrs. fast When as it was thrown on-this after sunrise. means of compressed air, whereby the risk
should have been in very curious Baker, Kydd Swann and we reached Braidentown and Palma attending the use of
incurring- facts in reference others. Sola we with editorial instinct gun powder is obviated.
to the effect at differ- went out to With
penditures. While the State tax has ent localities The Council appeared to bein entire learn the news, and were informed at both a portable machine of simple con-
of low temperature. places that all tender struction, which can be worked
was killed. by two
been reduced from year to year, the It may be said, however, that the accord with the views expressed, and marked At Cedar evidences Key and out to Gainesville we saw a pressure of more than 14,000 pounds men to,
the of
couuty tax has!been, but little di- larger trees have not been injured the Sanitary Committee gave assur- generally having the damage-orange leaves and tender trees the square inch is obtained. The cartridge

F minished. There has been a pressure smaller trees in ; ance of active. and cordial co-opera- branches killed. From Gainesville to Palatka in an iron tube is drilled into the coal, the
nurseries and those the evidence of from
severe frost pipe the
tion. was is
everywhere compressor connected
brought the the
County Commissioners
upon visible
recently planted out have been injured except on bearing orange trees: which air forced in, and in the
to build costly court houses and' A resolution was passed by the were not materially damaged. At Jackson- hitherto experiments
the ville the cold made the cartridge bursts
; cabbage plants have had been as severe as elsewhere and the
jails. In some counties a burdensometax suffered generally Council giving the Sanitary Committee and in an interview with the enterprising, coal falls before a pressure of 10,000 pounds
for schools and roads has been im- been ; vegetables have full authority to act in thepremises. editors what of had the Times-Union we stated candidly to the inch is reached. When coal is brought
put back, and the we seen and heard, but either down
shipment of
by firing
a charge of
posed, and the county tax either in- I mistake or inadvertence their types turned powder half an
early vegetables will be considerably our statements in such hour or more is wasted, while the
It is way as to smoke
creased or maintained at true economy to do this workin the idea convey
a high rate. that the drifts
delayed, but as the cold was more intense Gulf coast"alone had suffered away from the workings, before the
One of the things to be consideredin the best and most permanent man- while the St. Johns section was unin- miners can resume their labors
at other whereas
jured ;
points north just what
of us our ; we did not say. All the
a constitutional convention will ner. Tax-payers will not way to Tallahassee the sudden expansion of air be
be truck farmers will still be censure a the frost was severe. On may re-
the considerably wise and our return we came up the St. Johns garded as beneficial.
regulation of county affairs judicious improvement of the river ,
through in to
advance of any others in and the effects of the cold along Considering the loss
reaching of life in
responsible officers under limitations market.It drainage of the city than which therecan Lake the river were comparatively slight above late years in coal mines, it is to be
George, from which hoped
". and restrictions which will abouta be nothing more important to all. light. we passed in day- the use of the
bring is said this last cold markedas At Sanford we seemed to reach our compressed air cartridge will
much better snap Health to individuals sunny Florida again where all was supersede that of either
management of county low as 22 in or a community and unhurt. bright gun powder, or the
some localities.. In From there to Kissimmee even
the more dangerous
affairs. The whole system of county. Fernandina it was 26. -- is of paramount importance. damage was slight, and so far as we could dynamite.

see, onr lake region. was aJ n hnt .HHI". ... ----
administration is bad the mode --- ---- v "" COW
01 We are now having some moderatewarm touched. TREE OF SOUTH AMERICA.

valuation and assessment, the collectionof THE CATTLE This is in brief our observation, and we Alexander
rains which will ORDINANCE.We von Humboldt
soon stimulate think that while the damage is that

taxes, the penalties, the system of the growth of orange gees, vegetables regretted to see an ordinance there is no reason for any great very alarm great for, among the many wonderful phenomenawhich
roads the present or the future. he had witnessed
,, and public buildings, the loose etc., and is particularly favorable to introduced at the last Council meeting We have no cause to change our opinions sive travels, none impressed during him his exten-
financial management, etc. In some the transplanting of orange trees. to repeal the ordinance which forbids as for to regret the bright at the future lesson of South Florida, nor remarkable degree than the sight of a a more tree

'of our towns notwithstanding the low h the running of cattle within the more learned by this winter's experience.our people But have in yielding an abundant supply of milk, the

rate of State taxation, the aggregate THE Senate has. : passed. a resolution densely populated streets.So always that spirit direct of us,candor we that we hope will properties of which seemed to be the sameas

tax amounts to about four per cent. providing each 'Senator not already 'far as we have heard, an demn and censure that are spirit compelled of local to con-mis- Indians those of the milk of a cow. The adult
In some of our sparsely settled coun- having a clerk sion of expres- representation that prevails to such an ex- go each morning from the
as of opinion tent
a committee property owners, throughout the State. and which village, or station on the slope of the moun-
.', ties, like Volusia, it is two with that it is in prompts some and tains
nearly per useful article at a favor of a continuance of the journals, in persons even reputable bordering on Venezuela, (where Hurn-

i, cent. There is a general feeling that compensation of $6 per day. The ordinance, and a more strict enforce- unfair as to making grossly statements mislead persons that are at so a boldt was then stopping), to a forest where

there inequality .and,.want of uniformity House will probably follow suit in ment of its provisions.; is distance. On the subject of this cold there the cow trees grew ; here they would
ji manifest desire to avoid make
: the real facts. deep incisions in the
in the imposition of taxes. time. The If cattle allowed This is all wrong, and will do trees and in less
press generally censure the are to run in the than good in the end.. more harm than two hours the vessels placed beneath

TIlE CITY' -- OF-- PALA action of the Senate.KEPRESENTATIVE streets, it becomes impossible to plant As an instance of how such statements the trees would be full. The tree itself--attains ----

I TEAQUICKTRANSPORTATION -- out such shade trees as the may be truthfully made, and yet be so a height of from forty-five to fifty feet.
NEEDED. E. 1V. MACKEY, orange, grossly unfair as to be worse than false, we The milk, which flows from
.., The ralatKa papers take a pardonable of South Carolina, died at Washington adds so much to the' beauty of could"produce freeze from a tree lime all blooms of which just, after killed the made in the trunk, is white and any somewhatacid wound
and was
our 'streets
pride in their new steamer, the on the 28th, at the age of 36. He ,i it' causes .our streets r but one limb, and that only I protected by ex- and the flavor is veryagree.abJe. The

: City of Palatka. They refer with satisfaction had been in public life for and sidewalks'"to;' .become''' !Fty and 'tending maining up green into and the shelter in full of a tree, but re- vegetable milk is up to the richness of
many years bloom
cream the
disagreeable. amount of butter
.. ; the
't.{ to the recent rather remarka- and a very prominent Republican parent stem was killed to the ground. about the cream being

: '- :. able trip of that vessel from Charleston leader in South Carolina. Many of our citizens are disposed to Just other such tender things might be done as to any material same proportion as the peculiar
::1. He is the plants. But if we go to the waxy found in the vegetable milk.
}' cultivate roses and other"choice shrub- market houses and look for the a fact that
to Palatka in twenty-two hours. eighth member of the present Con- cucumbers, tomatoes, readily account for its great
snap-beans etc..
With good weather and the coincidence gress who has died since their election. bery, which not only embellish their claimed by all sections of the so State generally when nutritive powers.

;," ; of own premises, but adorn the immunity from frost is also claimed, we will
'._ reaching St. Johns bar just city. find The Paris
THE Fitz-J ohn Porter bill and realize the saying of correspondent of the London
: has Cattle
at high-water on the bar, the trip discussed been ranging about eat off the shrub- "all cry and no wool." We have frosts- Telegraph relates amusing anecdote of the

t : ; "' : by such pure patriots as bery near the injurious frosts sometimes, and this is one late distinguished
street and French
be of
can undoubtedly made in that time, Warren J. Keifer frequently the times. But with all the cold we still engineer, M.

H but it is not to be supposed that such and with great virulence open gates and do a great deal of in- stand as far superior to other States in point Villorceau, who, many years ago being at

': but probably passed the House of climate as we ever did, and our soft and Smyrna, in company with his friend, Feli-
a coincidence will often happen, and yesterday. jury.We balmy weather and climate will still be the cian David, the celebrated
composer (of k
{( the average trip must require a much observe with pleasure that every driven asylum from for rest the and more health rigorous to those latitudes who are "Le Desert," and other works), found them-

:. longer time, say thirty-six hours. STEAMSHIP, "OITY OF PALATKA." year our colored fellow-citizens are the North. And the next turn in the cold of selves suddenly without friends and in a

improving their homes wave is just as likely to strike the east shore strange town-horsde combat!
The main interest the building better
q people of SOME, FACTS FOR SHIPPERS ,AND as the wen, and to demonstrate that there The
TRAVELEBS young musician
.. Palatka have in such a vessel is direct FIGURES TinT LIE. houses, and putting out nice shrub- parallels is no difference of the-.Bartow localities in the same .piano with him,and, r rif had lrprl Jur brought the hal-his

,, and rapid transportation 01 perishable and On Charleston the 26th of December the New York bery. Their.children and all the other Informant. Derts of- necessity," (as Ualsac euphuistically-
freights. If such a steamer dependenton from New York in company Delaware with the sailed Sav- children of the city when on the streetsare THE TRANSIT AND PENINSULAR defined the condition of a trouble with no

' the stage of high water on the St. annah Charleston steamer. The Delaware reached endangered by the running at RAILROAD.At money to pay his hotel bill), Felician David
Friday hoisted
Johns bar answers the requirement made the connection evening.with December the 2Sth, large of cattle to serious injuries. We this writing there are about 100 men which his instrument into wheelbarrow',
steamer Villorceau
O"Lly'of Palatka for work on the Transit& drew about the streets.
Florida Peninsular
I which had last Rail-
;: '. .';+,.' nothing more is necessary At present delivered the cargo and passengers steamship in year a very serious case of injury road between here and Leesburg and by the The musician played his loudest, Villorceau

Palatka has only communication by latka While, Sunday on her noon, December down 30th Pa-I resulting from this cause. time our next issue appears the force bill be, took round the hat, which was speedily

1 the river'with Northern markets, ex- latka passed the Savannah way ship the that City left of New Fernandina is a beautiful city ; its increased to at least 250, as every day squads plenished with an abundant crop of small
t York with the Delaware I streets and come in and to In after years, when relating the adventure
; cept via Gainesville. Very soon the bee at anchor off Ty- sidewalks are neat and go work. Between the -
waiting for tide Ocklawaha with
which did and hearty"enjoyment
not Dead river the
: a{ railroad from Jacksonville to Palatka the her Savannah until the following did day. The freight serve of well kept, and it would be a barbarous Lake Eustis, the scene is quite, on the animated.shore of engineer would sum up his recital with great the

will be and the ship not arrive in Palatka thing to go back in the march of Here about merry "et pourquoi
completed, distance until Thursday, January 3d, being four improvement fifty men are at work grading non H Was not Smyrna

between the two cities, not over fifty days ftnrJifn behind nf that carried by the Delaware and admit that; our, streetsare and-for the entire length the freshly Diled-nn the"land of Homer, and had not the "divine
Palatka. via / Karloofnnana ------_... nt for sand stands out in bold relief w -- -r bard" lugged before our day with his lyre in
; miles :: only a cow on the
\ will be reduced three hours for ** shippers travelers will do well to pasture. North of Dead ridge. his hand ? .
.: paste this in their hats." We river some thirty
hope the men are
freights. Here will then arise a The last City Council will sustain cutting the
ques- trip of the right of Thou
steamer City of Palatka way, while at the Lees- mayst be sure that he who will in
'. tion of importance to fruit shippers was made from Charleston pier to Palatka, the present ordinance, and that burg end a similar force are at work grading. ]private tell thee of thy faults is thy friend,
including four
and landings on the-St. Johns the citizens of Fernandina will Heavy logs for the trestle for he adventures thy 'dislike, and doth
vegetable growers between all rail river, in twenty-two hours, take a timbers are now 1 hazard thy hatred for
from Palatka time than is now made by being better pride in having clean being hauled from Lake Melton into f that can endure ; there are few men
to Savannah in 12 hours, The citizens our mails. a wellorderedcity Dora and Lake it; every man for the most
Johns of Palatka, and upper St. and protest with some of the trestle timber has already j part delighting self-praise, which is one of
Charleston river voice
or by in
0' sea; 24 to 36 would do well to give the mat- one against been cut. Next week the most universal follies that bewitcheth
a force
ter of
having two mails a week delivered the repeal of the least of at mankind.-Sir Walter
hours. The ordinance.We
shippers will undoubtedly steamer City of Palatka, at Charleston, to cross-ties sixty men put to getting out Raleigh.

.'- decide in favor of the shortest line. thought.Fruit some are sure that every woman in reach Leesburg, and'as soon as the track-layers For

\ ,..., ,They will also have a still shorter line 28th, reached that left New Palatka York,,Friday Monday, December evening Fernandina will most heartily protest It is they hoped will that be the also cars put will on The lot, 50x100 feet, on the corner of Es-

J.,' December 31st, in excellent against the running Embry's grove on Lake cambia and Fourth streets known the
,j via Fernandina and the Mallory line, Journal. condition.Palatka repeal of this ordinance, by the 1st of March and into Tavares Harris bv Acosta Lot. Titles unquestionable., as

1:,.":,' I which they are particularly interested same April month.1st or at furthest' by the 15th of the Terms cash. ,Apply toMBS.
'I ,Herald. J. J. ACOSTA,
7 Post-Office Box 173.

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Things are by no means comfortable on .

the Dark Continent. The movements of ,J- & T K-Y-OD: :
the False Prophet in the Soudan and of the Curiosity Variety StoreOffers \

expediting forces of the upper ,.:.f\... INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSTO
Egypt, give much cause of anxiety, the real, a large and carefully selected '2:j. ; :-j' '' : ,I
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much the
danger being, not so revolt of ... "1
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semi-civilized tribes under a local fanatic, STOCK: OF HOSIERYFor ... :{,."-"..,..,'/'(."- ,. tnJti'' <, New Fall Goods -
but that a temporary success may arouse Now
Gentlemen :'{' ; ; "t. ':ff:" Opening
Ladies and Children.
dormant military spirit amongst the
the : ,
various Mohammedan nations, and result ina ;t; !' '"
religious war being proclaimed. In this '

event, so terrible to contemplate, Islam I Silk, Linen, and Cotton. ; 'J"'r i'.y:; : Novelties in Silks

its overwhelming millions would : ,
with once ,
Gloves Neckties .," .' ..If,".: .... .. ,.;.'l'tfJ1. ..:_ ,..t.=. .,t. t
unfurl the sacred banner of '.'the Ribbons, .'N"" ". './- .'. ".. "". ', Dress
more : : : Goods
.. Velveteens
:. .j'rjt/H..t.: ..,.' 1 r.n\. ; .:; ."". ,
," and one-half of the religious Laces, Towels, Napkins .. ::: ,
Prophet ," .; .
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j y 1.' f'1 ;.I:,: ;'t :. ; ,
world stand arrayed against the other. It is Dress Lining, Buttons ".\ '. ":>.'f.:<:'.::..:" ,.. ;?: ;.:p; ,:. Cashmeres Prints
well known that the Mohammedans have ,':" {. "t >' ., : j ,
and Notions Generally.A : :? : :\::..
long been working for a deliverer or Messiah, ,. ., ., :i Cambrics
,. .- ".""','\.J." '' .",i.4.ft ..'. etc., etc.
at whose coming the cross will wane be- ,,'), ,'. (. .
'' '. ..''',,I-
fore the crescent," and all good Christians new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- .... ?,:, '
TIES just received and marked low. \.. :: '.: 1''i": : ', .
should therefore earnestly hope that the late ,$ f ,". '... hrt I AT LOW PBICJES.House
:. c'Y. ;
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manifesto directed against El Mahdi from -- .-i<.;t *.- : :... 4 i.i .:,J"
the sacred college at Constantinople will. haveits Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior. ."'".",. ., .,iA i-;t' .of.\yr ,' ..
;{ :: :
effect in detaching his followers. .. .' .:: _:;' ,. -Ieeping Dry Goods
). :!I1nw"
At Cape Coast Castle the new King of p In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- : <": '.. -", .,'dt iJ ._ ; '. : I A FULL ASSORTMENT. ,
Ashantee and his chiefs are making it pretty ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we 'offer a t ''I"t:!':. ...' i f t
enough for our poor old friend, "King fine variety. '- ", .-r'...'."T.(" .1.1' .11n.: _.. .) '. .: : ; Blankets
Kaflee Kalcelli." Renter's telegram states r.\ and Comfortables
that the British commissioner sent up from .1 OF ALL GRADES.

the coast to ascertain the state of affairs in SPECIALTY. ,
-jJ'2J'- Special atttention
is called

Quacoe that unfortunate Duah full of country ferocity and found suspicion.King "S5-Orders from the Country' Solicited.KING'S to our ENTIRELY NEW !stock of Gents' F.-ne. Cloth.-ng( ], .

At Coomassie, and indeed throughout Ash- Florida Lands.The elegant cut and manufacture.

antee generally, the miserable natives were Gents' Furnishing Goods
all the
overawed by the slaughter of King Kaffee 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. new styles.
Kalcelli's family, and the daily massacre of JA full line of

his adherents. Hundreds had already fallenat SEA ISLAND ROUTE AT LOW PR I CES. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear

the executioners' hands, and each day Peninsular| ,

more victims were seized. Sixty-eight out -TO- .G&-We
are Special for
of King Kaffee Kalcelli's seventy children .- rivri: : ANDTropical .,... York KING & CO., of New
have been killed, one boy and one girl only -- leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.

being left alive. The former is now a torch- I[ Florida


One of poor Kalcelli's adherents, the chief ,

ofKoksfoo, hearing that the ex-king's life / RAILROAD COMPACTED r" :;; .. FERNANDINA, FL..A.._ .

was in danger, sent a party of ninety per- r. --

sons to guard him. These remained several .N. ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.lIALLORY'S .
days with Kalcelli with the consent of

Quacoe, and were then suddenly attacked at t COUNTIES OF .

night, and the whole party killed save one STEAMSHIP LINE !

boy, whom they enclosed in a log and left EAVES FERNANDINA FOR SAVANJ ALACHU AI
without food. Owing to this treatment he NAH after the arrival of the evening

became so thin as to be able to get one of his trains from JACKSONVILLE and CEDAR FLORIDA AND NEW ,YORK.
KEY, on Sunday and Wednesday, reaching PUTNANJ"
arms out of the log and freed himself. ,
Savannah the
on following morning.
The neighboring states are very restless, Returning, Steamer leaves Savannah for : :
and are inclined to declare their indepe- Fernandina on Tuesday and Saturday. MARION, rary ?'Eramss 9 c"L a
dence and place themselves under the Through tickets sold to New York Phila- --
delphia, Boston and _
tion of the British Government. BUNTER AND3ERNANDO 't. =
tickets and staterooms
apply toW
Herr Bodeman, of Hanover, has discov- B. TUCKER.Agent,

ered in the Gottinger Library the famous Office foot of Fernandina.Centre Street Fla.J. ,

reckoning machine" of Leibnitz. This A. MERCIER,

wonderful instrument, which at one time General Passenger Agent. AT PRICES FROM .,'
attracted the astonishment and admiration J. N. HARRIMAN :Manager. \ ,

of all Europe, was invented by the philos- OFFICES:

opher during his stay at Paris in 1G72. The Bull Corner and Bay Congress: and Ocean Streets..Savannah Sts.', Jacksonville,, Ga.Fla $1.25 to $10 per. Acre.All .

machine cannot only add and subtract, but

even divide and multiply.The .. ie 'P
four experimental electric lights in Fixing the Rate of Assessment these lands are in the central -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS

the London reading, are room equivalent of the to British 4,000 Museum candles, for Taxation for peninsular portion of the State, and CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1.080 TONS.

each, and the cost of this 10,000 candle-light the Year 1883. within fifteen miles of Railroads in STA.T33 OF TEXAS 1,543 TONS.
is only$1 per hour. 1,:: OS TONS.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY successful operation, traversing a territory WESTERN TEXAS,. 1,210 TONS
SECTION 1. That, for the purpose of meet- ONLY DIRECT LINE TO
ing the current expenses of said City, and settled and developed than any other NEW YORK.
the past due indebtedness thereof, for the year
1883, there be raised, by a levy upon the real part of the State. of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEIIXANDINA FOR NEW :
and personal property of the city as assessed, The fertility of the soil and THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
accessibility -
a tax of((12i) twelve and one-half mills on ,. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
gtYA the dollar, as follows : f
For current expenses..1 per cent. to the largest and best markets This Line, having no Transfers between Fcrimmlina and New

For past due bonds.................... iij mills. make these lands York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
particularly desira- FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
SEC. 2. That the
((1)) one per cent of the
tax above assessed for current expenses may ble for the cultivation of fruits and The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
e otu itr r be paid in City Scrip or cash ; but that the ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
.,, remainder of the tax, or the ((2i) two and : early vegetables for shipment. For connections at FEUXAATDI\A FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all
one-half mills of the tax thus assessed shall points on the ST.
be paid in cash bonds or coupons. large and immediate profits there is JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
Passed first reading January 2, 188.1- RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
Rules waived, and passed second reading no industry in Florida equal to the for PENINSULAR LAKE WEIR.RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
January 2. 1884.
Read third time, and adopted January 2, raising of early vegetables for Northern TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TOLL POINTS.For .

I 1884. markets. freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
President of Council, pro tern. For R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, :
descriptive circular
W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. address C. ,H. MALLORY & CO.,
Approved: Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

4Klr4Gj Acting Mayor. Land Commissioner; GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC

: Fernandina, Fla.,

Or Ocala, Florida.. 38 H. E. DOTTERERINVITES "

j POWDERAbsolutely : : .' .,,.. .
OF : ;'r! :/.r ';"" H ...... ....ItIF
ALL KINDS, "" "" ""
/.,\., :, -
Pure. ._ ''f''' : t:
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TIllS POWDER never varies. A marvel Go to F. M. Robinson, FAMILY GROCERIES I

purity,strength and wholesomeness. .... .
More .".;>.J< :{' \.. <,I ",. ,
: z'r"
economical than the ; < *
ordinary kinds, ,
and cannot be .' .
sold in competition with the MANUFACTURER and DEALER .

I, Phosphate multitude of powders.low test,Sold short only weight in canst.alum or ',T.r,,,i."i..' J;'<'?,'",.."-1'..{.-.'-...,,.,.;';<', ."".'f". .>'",}r. ', '4'' .: EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

106 Wall Street. New York.LMCI' : :.:j; .I'';().1'(, ;f".Ii'tlr. ,'t. ',' !' :,'..'i"
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COTTAGE FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER :( :" ;ttot1!' : : .r':,\' :-
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.... ,.' ,:. ..-J'.,.. "'::;\>, ;,.'..' {,.:\... .. '. i,:.: .. .'. rA SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, : j: "'fi f !" :1; .'" '" <:" '

FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. FOR SALE CHEAP: .,...',,. ;. <':';t.r:=".1'... ". '<:,>" ;&:'i''i.,; ;

Or Offers without pleasant rooms well furnished,with "ODGINGS PJ AND SLABS 10, cents per load.., : : i.1.: :; ;: ( : ::': J I ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF f '
board Table : : :
Boarders will be .
: +. -' ; r ,
accommodated; also transient. ROUGH LUMBER .''...1i.. '.:", ;J ).it. ::.>>.j.,"":.'. .(, ..f .7 -+
2___ Miss LUCY 0. THO IPSON. From $5 to M ,., '. ,. j:. ''' % :: i'.:.... ., AND -
$16 per ft., .: .. ; "'' ak r I FINE
< : TEAS
'l ;.l 2"l 'i\-J;<';'':;'1; : ""I; -7 '\ COFFEES

SEED POTATOES. DRESSED LUMBER, 'according. to.quality. )' ;::<: '> ::.::" ::. ;:':.,-;:: ;.: -t -

EARLY ROSE $12 to $20 per 31. feet. '., < .
Orders by Telephone promptly attended to. / :
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Also ; GOODS Received
THORBUR a full assortment of : 4 t .S-_ by Every Steamer ,
Steam Saw and _
'S RELIABLE Planing MilL: ...
For sale low GASDSEEDS. ,; ... "'.. "
by "1'. F. SCOTT. Office foot Centre Street. 8
Cor. Second and Centre


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1;,'., :...:, ".... County Judge -R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of lazes:-Henry W. Long. -
: United States Officers. Collecor Revenue ,V. F. Trantham FLORIDA CENTRAL
., .. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. of 1MB CARD & WESTERN R.R.
: Sheriff-U. C. Herndon Sanderson Ocala. OF THE (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian
Schools M. L. Paine
Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Superintendent of ,
tt Reguter-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. .Fort McCoy. FLORIDATRANSIT & PENINSULAR November ,
Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville. MONROE COUNTY. : COMMENCING this date, Trains ontL
Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- AND
\J road and its connection
Martin Talla- will
Surveyor-Generat-Malachl derson. Chas. S. Baron West. run as follows -
hassee. County Judge- Key FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R.R. :
.; ,. Superintendent: of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker. Clerk-Peter.T. Knight, Key West.
DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. Sheriff-George: A. Demerritt, Key West. In Effect November 19th, 1883. ; WESTWARD.No.. 3.

-" Judge Thomas Settle Jacksonville.' "" 'A BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor.. Taxes-Walter C. Maioney, Jr., GOING SOUTH. Accom. No. 1.

,M. 'Jarhat-J. H. Durkee'Jacksonville. County Judge-J: R. Richard,'Providence. Key West Day Pas. A? Pas. Leave Jacksonville...... 3.40pm Mail.8.00am.

,'. ? :..ller.. k-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.'. ; Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. (Collector of Revenue Mason S. Moreno, A.M. P.M. Baldwin ............ 5.45 p m 8.44 '

: -" INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West : Leave Fernandina.................. 6.15 7.00 Lake City_......... 9.55pm 10.4"a am'
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key Leave Hart's Road Junction... 5.25 7.45 14 Live Oak...........12.50 a m 11.34 a III

COLLECTORS OF Butler. West. Arrive Callahan..................... 8.40 Madison ............ 2.45am 1.16pm3.00pm m
,...; : CUSTOMS. Collector: of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 7.38 9.20 Arrive}oron ti cell 0......... 5.30 am
John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa;'Fe.Superintendent. County Judge Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Leave Dutton.................. ..... 8.05 9.53 Tallahassee....... 7.05am 3.50pm
," Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. .. of Schools..;;;L. B. Rhodes, dina. Leave Brandy Branch..........._ 8.18 10.08 Leave Tallahassee.......- 7.45am 4.00pm
'. ,, John F. House, St. Augustine. -* jStarke., Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Arrive .Baldwin.................... 8.35 10.32 Arrive Quincy .............. 9.25am 5.03pm
BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff; John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Leave Baldwin....................... 8.55 10.42 Chatta. River11.15 a m 5.45
,'. < State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Leave Maxville..............:...... 9.17 11.08 Leave River Junction... 6.00pm6.55pm: p
::..:-' Point. nandina. Leave Highland.................... 9.44 11.32 Arrive Marianna..........
t EXECUTIVE ,DEPABTMENT. I Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Leave Lawtey......................... 9.49 11.52 ;< Pensacola.........- 11.45pm
f I Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. :- A.M. Montgomery...... 6.55am
,- *' Governor-Wm. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian Superintendent of SchooL; W. Higgin- Leave Temple's......................10.04 12.12 .' Mobile............_. 4.45 a m
LUutenant-Governor: -Livingston W. Bethel na. botham, Callahan. Leave Starke.......................10.12 12.20 New Orleans...... 10.10am

,Key West.; : Collector of Revenue-A.. D. Johnston. Orlando ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Thurston....................10.23 12.40 Nashville.........- 7.15 PIn
,. Secretary ofStaid-Johp'L" Crawford Tal- Orange county. ,' Arrive Waldo........................10.43 1.10 Louisville......... 2.20am
lahassee. / ,schools-M. E. English County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando. Leave Waldo.......................11.05 1.50 Cincinnati........ 6.45am
Superintendent of ., ,
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. Leave Gainesville..................11.54 3.00
Trrrusurcr-Henry: A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Sheriff-Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. P.M. EASTWARD.No.

ttcJrney-Generat-George P. Raney, ,Talla-. CLAY COUNTY. Assessor of.Taxes-James* M. Owens, Fort Leave Arredondo.................12.12 3.30 No. 2.

i hassee. County Judge-J. Tl: Copeland, Orange Reid, FI$. Leave Batton .......................12.24 3.50 Arrive Jacksonville....... Accom. Mail.
: Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park.. Collector of.Revenue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.. Leave:Archer......................12.40 4.40 Leave Baldwin ............ 6.00am 7.30am 8.21 9.00pa
: Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford* Leave Bronson...................... 1.06 5.35 pm
Lake ......... 2.20am
Superintendent 'of Public InstruetioiL; Kl: Sheriff-James W. DeWitt Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, City 6.18pm
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; Leave Otter Creek.................. 1.38 6.35 Live Oak..12.15
; Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid,, Leave Rosewood.................... 2.08 7.35 a m 5.25 p m
Madison ............ 4.03
Adjutant-General. Yonge Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM pm
COUNTY. Arrive Cedar Key.................. 2.36 8.15 Monticello........ 5.50pm
Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker.
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. GOING NORTH. Tallahassee....... 4.40pm
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis l.llpm
,. Comm. lnonei---A.-"A..' "Robinson.". ,.Tallahassee. Middleburg.' Clerk W. F. Forward, Palatka. Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee......- 3.55 pm 1.01 pm
: ," ; COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. A.M. P.M. Leave Quincy.............. 2.20pm 11.56am
: r' Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Assessor-A. J. Woods. Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.00 6.00 Leave Chatt'chee Riverl2.10 p m 11.15 a m
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives', Jr., Lake City.CierJohn Collector of- Revenue-Joseph Price. Leave Rosewood................... 7.32 6.45 River Junction... 11.00am
: Building, Jacksonville. : Vinzant,,Jr.,Lake City.SheriffJ. Superintendent of Public Schools. -J. W. Leave Otter Creek................. 8.03 7.40 Marianna.......... 10.05am

SUPREME: COURT. W.: Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Bronson....................... 8.39 8.45 Leave Pensacola.........? 5.15am
Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Archer....................... 9.07 9.35 Montgomery..... 9.45pm
Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. (Collector of Taxes-r-J.L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge -W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Batton......................... 9.23 9.55 Mobile...........-. 11.55pm
Associate Justice J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Arredondo................... 938 10.20 New Orleans...... 6.15pm

see! : Lake City. Clerk-John. C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.00 Nashvillo ........... 8.25am
,i Jacksonville.Associate JUltice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, Arrive Waldo......... ............10.42 12.00A. Louisville.........- 1.00am

Clerk-C. H. Foster Tallahassee. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack Perry. "AT.' Cincinnati ......... 8.55 pm
sonville. County.Treasurer D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Waldo.........................10.52 1.35 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily
CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County'Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Leave Thurston...................11.13 2.10 except Sunday.
First (7ircu&--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- I Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Leave Starke........................11.28 2.35 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto
t, sacola. 1 Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor, of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. Leave Temple's ....................11.36 2.50 Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers

Second ai"cuit-David 4S. Walker, Tallahas-. sonville. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Lawtey.-....................11.53 3.25 Jacksonville to New Orleans daily.
.. see I Collector of Revenue Moses J. Brown, P. M. CONNECTIONS.At .
County R. St. '
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. Judge-M. Cooper, Augus- Leave Highland.....................12.09 4.00
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Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools Albert J. Rus- tine.Clerk Leave Maxville.....................12.27 4.30 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
ville. sell Jacksonville. --Bartolo F. Oliveros St. Augustine. Arrive Baldwin ....................12.51 5.10 all points North and East; with the Fernan
Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON: COUNTY. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Leave Baldwin...................... 1.11 5.45'' dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan-
., ville. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.29 6.15 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on

Sixth Circuit-H.. L. Mitchell, Tampa. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Leave Dutton......................... 1.44 5.40 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Arrive Callahan..................... 2.10 72.5 At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen-
Sheriff Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Callahan...................... 2.22 8.00 insular Railroad for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer
Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.03 9.10 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
: Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod, St. Augustine. At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida
Arrive Fernandina................. 3.37 9.50
FIRST CIRCUIT. Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. &Western Railroad.At .
.: of Schools-J. W. Reed, S5- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
: Fall Term- -J.
County Judge R. Steele, Leesburg, .
Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR
Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat.
Walton, 4th Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. urdays.At .
", Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-A.. B. Good win.- DIVISION. Chattahpochee River, with the Pensa-
October. ville. Collector cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson
Washington 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Sumterville. Day Pas. Nt Pas. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
October. B. Mickler Brooksville. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,
SlLeriff-J. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-
A.M. A.M.
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. Leave Waldo.......................11.30 1.40 and lachicola Northwest, Columbus and and with Eufaula.all boats for Apa-

October. ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Dixie....:....................11.52 2.10 The Shortest and Best Route to
Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks- Quickest
This act amended section 2 of act of Feb, ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live P.M. all points West.
Leave Hawthorne............. ....12.08 2.36
Spring ruary 10 Term., 1879, and does not change. the Fort Superintendent Dade. of Schools-A.. M.C. Russell, Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Lochloosa..................12.25 3.02 the JjilJ'Take NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida,

Sheriff ohn R Sessions Live Oak. Leave Orange Lake..12.51 3.35 Central and Western Railroad.
THIRD CIRCUIT. ; ...........
Place. 1.16
\ HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Anthony 4.15 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
Spring Term- ..............
\ Leave Silver Spring. 1.43
County Judge-H. L. Crane Tampa. Collector secured at Ticket Office
of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions Company's Depot ,
Taylor. 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in ,Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa.Sheriff Welborn. Leave Ocala.........................._ 2.00 5.00 ;. and at new office southwest corner of Bay
April.Madison D. Isaac Craft Tampa. Leave Lake Weir Station...... 2.40 6.00 and Jacksonville Fla.
Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones Hogan, ,
Hamilton, 2d, 4th Monday Monday in in April.April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Live Oak. Arrive Wildwood................... 3.05 6.40 W. M. DAVIDSON,

Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens. VOLUSIA COUNTY. GOING NORTH. General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
in Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler Enter- A.M. P. H. : WILLIAM O. AMES,
April.Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson prise.ClerkJohn. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 6.30 Gen'l Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
in April. Tampa. W. Dickins Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.15 I WALTER G. COLEMAN,
-' Lafayette 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. W. A. Cone Enterprise. Leave Ocala............._............ 8.05 8.25 i Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville Fla.
Judge-J. B. Christie Monticello. Sheriff Enterprise. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22
I in
April. County Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges Glen
I Fall Term- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.05
. 1st after 1st in Clerk W. C. Bird Monticello. Leave Orange Lake................ 9.12 9.55 CURTIS & CO. ,
Taylor Tuesday Monday Collector of Revenue-P. N. Glen
'.. October., Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Lochloosa.............. ..._ 9.37 10.40
Madison 2d in October. Monticello. Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.54 11.10 ESTATE AGENTS,
Monday Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston REAL
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County 7rr.aBUrer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise. Leave Dixie.........................10.11 11.40 ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA.

Suwannee 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. A. M.
in October. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Arrive Waldo... ..................10.35 12.15SSDay Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges -

Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday ticello. Sheriff Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. # Passenger daily except Sunday; effected.
,- October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker Crawfordville. Night Passenger daily. Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin keenah. Superintendent of Schools, -E. Y. Watts, acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. n.1 acres, for sale.

: : Term FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge -W. J. Dixon, New Troy.SheriffJ. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- GOING SOUTH. N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas

q to ,i.i Spring St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. Leave Fernandina....................10.30 a. m. the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi
; 1 '. Clay,4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector oj Revenue-R. C.McMillan,Craw- Leave Hart's Road......................11.05 a. m. Canal (under the survey made for Govern-
: : Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville. Arrive Jacksonville....................12.10 p. m. ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
!I. 2d Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- construction of which having been grantedby
! : ? Nassau 3d in County 7rea.mrer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. GOING NORTH. the United States Government and the
Duval ,1st Tuesday in April. Troy. Leave Jacksonville..................... 3.15p.m. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
'. Fall Term, Tuesday May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, Leave Hart's Road..................... 4.25p.m. increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe
r. St. John's- 2d Tuesday in September. Old Town. THE FLORIDA Arrive Fernandina..................... 5.00p.m. confidently looked for." (See New York

:' ;' Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Assessor of Taxes David R. Townsend, IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. $ ,- Trains daily except Sunday. Sun, 27-3-81.)

.. ;; i Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Troy. TOWN SUNDAY TRAINS.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Leave Fernandina..7.00 a. m. 4.30 p.m.
: Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Arrive Jacksonville..8.25 a. m. 5.55 p.m. BOOTS AND SHOES.
-': Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Fernandina, Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.45 p.m. --

F ,>-, :. '.I; FIFTH CIRCUIT. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Arrive Fernandina..l0.35 a.m. 8.15 pm. i JTIIE NEW STORE.
: :' Spring Term- Superintendent of Schools Henry Felkel, Towns on R. R. Line,
1 4
.Sumter 3d Monday in March.
Treasurer J. L. Tallahassee. .
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector Revenue-C. C. Pearce And Cedar Key. W. F. WOOD Jr. S
Talla- I-
-, Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in of :s { ,
i i March.
< after 4th : in Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. With New York and Fernandina Steam-
; Tuesday Monday
C> { Proprietor, }}
March. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
i : Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large for New York on Thursday.
. + ;'. March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- > oT

, ; ,. Fall Term- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. number of the most eligible and desirable nah arid Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT .
j : :.; Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. CALIAHAN.
1 1 i Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue--B. B. Barco, Cedar Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for To and from Savannah and Charleston, :a:

1 Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Key. and all points North and West .
';;' Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- City or Suburban Residences, daily.AT s s
;. J if'ii : ; 'J.\ Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. BALDWIN,,FLA.,
j. To and from Jacksonville
November. MADISON COUNTY. Tallahassee, ANDS

; : Spring Term-SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son.CountyJudge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- UPON EASY TERMS. and daily.all points South, West, and Northwest, Sr

Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. AT HAWTHORNE,
1j i; j.1 ;iXP. Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Liberal Discounts, on Values allowed to To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT -
:IIFernandina :
: Brevard, 1st Monday in March.
Superintendent of Schooll-SamuelJ. WILDWOOD.
A';,, 1 '. Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. Perry, parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
' I' .
<: Fall Term-
j', Orange, 2d Monday in August. County Collector Treasurer of Revenue-B.S. S. Smith D., Madison.Wordsend rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- Tampa daily except Sunday. C> CC >
: : i Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg

,.' I : Brevard,4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- erty purchased substantial improvementsfor daily except Sunday.AT > { j- :E1
Dade, 2d Monday in November. ison. CEDAR KEY, FLA., .
"I'" residence, or in which to conduct their With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key S
MANATEE COUNTY. ::a Cor. Centre & Third. }
,: County Officers. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford Manatee. West and Havana every Saturday ; for New
5 ,
i i ;, ALACHUA. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. business: Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and 9 THE NEW STORE.'
: Junius C. Gardner Gaines- Sheriff A.. S. Watson, Pine Level. Havana every Friday: from New Orleans :=::
.tl County Judge ,INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS every Saturday.With .
ville. Assessor of Taxes -W. P. Parish, Braden-
Tampa SteamshipCompany's Steamers TO ARRIVE :
town. -
i i Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. for term of from
by exemption a years for and from Key West, Monday and
t Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton
: Sheriff-S. C. Tucker,-Arredondo. ,
.. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee Mon- BARRELS POTATOES.
; Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines-. Popash. taxation, offered by the several cities and day and Friday. 500
Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward
: :;; ville. POTATOES-
.For information
' F P Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Pine,Level. towns. Apply etc.., apply to respecting routes, rates 500 BARRELS-
P. 3. j Superintendent of Schools. -W. N. Sheats, County Judge--Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Fernandina. Gen't Ticket and Pass.Agent.,

,. ," Gainesville. '' ., I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ,.ar-0ffice, cor. Beach & 7th sts. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen' Supt. 12 FRED W. HOYT & CO.






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Traveler's Gutde. TO THE Noyes, Louis Paplio his x mark, Emanuel

Board of Pap enahis a mark, Rodwell Palmer hiss: BRADLEY'S :
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. County Commissioners, mark, Andrew Perry his x mark, Henry FERTILIZERSBRADLEY'S !_

Day passenger train leaves- Nassau. County, State of Florida. Peterson Peter Peterson his x mark, Sam-
Cedar Key and Wild! wood,and uel Pinkney his x mark, Isaac Pino his-x, V
Forall points on Transit Road........ 7.15 a.m. mark, W H Pope, David Proctor, David G BRADLEY'SORANGE
For Savannah and all points North T RESPECTFULLY Y ASK TO BE GRANTed Proctor Joe Proctor, Ben Redding Albert I TREE CIRCLE

andVest.................................. 7.15 a.m. ed 'a, license for the sale of Ales, Wines Reynolds, Eddie Reynolds, John Rikart, BRAND
(connecting at Callahan.) and enclose Liquors in the City of Fernandina, and George Riley his x mark, Toney Riley his x FERTILIZER, BONE, !
Pensacola and allpoints herewith the signatures of a majority mark
For Tallahassee, \ ,Ambrose Roberson his x mark, Bristo jp-
on the Florida Central & of'the registered voters of this Precinct, as Roberts his x mark Richard"Roberts his x BRADLEY'S

Western Railroad.....:.......... ... 7.15 a.m. required by law.. mark, Lewis Robertson his x mark, Edward i BRADLEY'S
((connecting at Baldwin.) J. FRED LOHMAN.We Rodgers his x mark, Pablo Rodgers his x FLORIDA PURE

Day passenger train arrives- mark, Cam Robinson his x mark. George j VEGETABLE -
From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and the undersigned, voters of Election Robinson, Joseph W Robinson, Nicholas FINE-GROUND V ,
all points on the Transit Road... 3.50 p.m. Precinct 1 in Nassau County, respectfully Robinson his x mark, John C Rutishauser, FERTILIZER, BONE
From Savannah and all points in request that the above petition be granted. Charles H Saunders, Samuel Savage his x ,

the North and West................ 3.50 p m. Amos Atkins his :x mark,James Avery his mark, Henry Scott his x mark, Dock Scott BRADLEY'S
From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and i mark, T A Acosta, MerrickAlberti: Alfred his x mark, William F V Scott, Isaac Shark- ., BRADLEY'SPATENT
all points on the Florida Central Alberti!, John Alberti his :x mark, Dempsey I ley his x mark, William Sharp his x mark, '
& Western Railroad..............- 3.50p.m. Alexander his :x mark, Henry Allen his :x Thomas Sims his x mark, Henry Simkins B.D. SEA-FOWL
train leaves- mark,,George Anderson his :x mark, Mingo his x mark, Parish Simmons his x mark, PHOSPHATE. = = GUANO.
For Night Cedar passenger Key, Wild wood, and all Anderson his x mark, James Annette, Mo- Henry Knabb x mark, Daniel Smith his x _
points on the Transit Road........ 6.40 D.m. ses Armstrong his x mark,Cupid Armstrong mark, Henry Smith his x mark, H M Smith ---- -
his :x mark Richard Austin. his x mark Henry 'W Smith his x mark W. H.
For Savannah and all points North George Avery GARLAND, GEO. E.
and West................................ 6.40 p.m. his :x mark Henry Baird, Cesar Baker his x Smith his x mark, John Smith his x
at Callahan.) mark, Charles Baker his :x mark, Frederik mark, John W Smith Sr his :x mark,Jordan BcLBPi AGENT
connecting ,
For( Tallahassee,Pensacola,and allpoints Baker his :x mark Henry Baker his :x mark, Smith his x mark, George Soption his x Be STATE AGENT,
on the Florida Central & Jack Baker his :x mark, John Baker his :x mark, Louis Spaulding his x mark, Arthur FERNANDINA, FLA.

Western Railroad..................... 6.40p.m. mark, Joseph Baker, his :x mark, Roderick Steil, Henry Stewart his x mark, James JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Baker his mark Stewart his x mark. Steohen Stewart his x -
Baldwin.) :x Henry Barker, Daniel R '
(connecting Baxter I mark, William P Streety, Mark Sweetwine
,George Bell,Henry Bell his :x mark,
Night passenger train arrives- James Bell, William B Bell, Thomas B Bellows his x mark, Sandy Sye his x mark, Benjamin
From Cedar Key Wildwood, and John Benjamin his :x mark, Joseph Talbot his x mark, Moses J Taylor hisx FERTILIZERS !
all on the Transit Road... 9.25 a. m. mark, William his
points I Blake his x mark,Thomas Blake his :x mark, x mark Jeremiah .
From Savannah and all points in I Peter Thomas his x mark,'Columbus Thomas -
Blue his :x mark William Blue
the North and West.................. 9.25 a. m. mark, William Blue Jif his x mark, April x his x mark, William Thomas his x mark, I have on hand and am constantly receiving, supplies of ;
From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and his William Thomas ((2)), Lehman Thomlinson
Bonaparte x mark, Peter Bonaud,Joseph Wilkinson's Celebrated
all points on Florida Central & Bowls his x mark, HC Bradford, W H Le- H M Tison, Roman Traeye his x mark, Bone Fertilizers
Western Railroad................... 9.25a.m. Cain V R Bristol, Andrew Brown his :x Abraham Tremmins his x mark, Robert FOR ,
FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. mark, John H Brown his x mark, Samuel Tucker his x mark. Jesse Tynes his x mark, FRUIT TREES, GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.
Brown his x mark, Prince Brooks his Simon Valentine his x mark, Sam Vickery
Train leaves daily- x
For Jacksonville........................430: p. m. mark, Robert Brown his x mark, Samuel his x mark Benjamin F Waas, Sam Walker, PREPARED UNDER crops to A withstand NEW PROCESS drouth. especially suited to our soil and climate
Train arrives daily- Brown his x mark, George Bryant his x Willis Walters his x mark, John Washington jS .Sold at Manufacturer's
From Jacksonville.....................10.45 a. m. mark, C S Busbee Robert Butler, Paul Ca- his x mark, Louis Watson his x mark, freight added.
palia his x mark R W Calwell his x mark, Henry Wells, John Wells his x mark, --ALSO IN STOCK:- .
SEA ISLAND ROUTE. George H Clay his x mark, Henry Clay hisx Charles J Westberg, John L Whaly, J W Pure Ground Bone, Dissolved Bone for
From Savannah,by the Bridgeton, mark, Chatham Clinch, George Clinch Whitens, Benjamin Wideawake his x mark, Composting, Cotton-Seed Meal, ,:
Tuesday and Saturday.............. 4.00 p. m. Alfred Collins his x mark, Henry Commodore Sandy Williams x mark, Ansel Williams Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate of Potash, Land Plaster, etc. : ;
For Savannah, by steamer City of, his x mark,,Warren Commodore his his x mark, Charles Williams his x mark, ;*Send for Circulars and ; j
Bridgeton, Sunday, Wednesday 5.00 p.m. x mark, Joseph Cook his x mark, Charles Charles Williams his x mark, Custis Williams prices."W. F. SCOTT.
MALLORY LINE. Cooper his x mark, Sumersault Cooper his x his x mark, Daniel Williams his x Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. Gin
mark, William his mark mark, A Walker his x mark, Dudley
For New York direct, by steamships Cooper x Freeman
Williams his x mark, Hogarth Williams his I
State of Texas or City of Copeland his x mark, Lee Cothran his x

San Antonio,Thursday evening............... mark, Wm F Courter, Roman Cribb his x x rick mark Williams, James his Williams mark his Morris x mark, Mer- .
mark, John Crandall his x mark, James Cul- x Williams -
From New York direct by City of
his x mark, Robert his his x mark, Ned Williams his x mark, Scip- 4
pepper Cunningham
San Antonio and State of Texas
io Williams his SIBLEY'SSEEDS
x Williams
every Friday.......................... 3.00 p. m. x mark, Robert Cunningham Jr his x mark, mark Prince Wilkerson x I
Thomas Dana his x mark, Wallace Daw- x mark, Lewis
kins, Louis Deas his x mark, Geo De Motte Johnson his x mark, Thomas:"-Wilkerson x 'of ALL
Post-OjJlce Notice. PLANTS for ALL CROPs for T.
mark ALL c
Romeo Denegal x mark, Matthew Downey, ,Josepf Wilkinson hiss mark, George Grain Rand AU are tested; only the best sent out
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. Gilbert Dorsey his x mark. John Douglass Wilson his x mark, Laurence Wilson his x Farm Seed Manual;History and best method-:
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 mark Robert E Wilson of culture of Grams,Root Crops, Grasses, Fodder Crops, Trt'r \
A. M. Andrew Dover, James Drummond his x his x mark, William! Planting' etc only lOcts. Annual Catalog and Pries List of = ... ,
Money Orders and Registered Letters from mark, Frederick Crews his x mark John A Wilson, George E Wolffe, Benjamin Wright .- several thousand varieties, FREE. PcrR'COt._.!"*
8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M Ellermann, John Elbert. Van Ellison, his x his x mark. William Wright his x mark, stsLEissEtos HIRAM SIB LEY & CO Rochester N.Yr Chicago, III.

to 3:30: P.M.ARRIVAL. mark, Charles W Estes.Julius Evans, John Stephen Write his x mark, Levi Young,
AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE MAILS. Barr, John Felder, Freeman Ferrell his x July Young his x mark, Obed Young his x
Transit&: Peninsular Railroad mark, John Finly his x mark, Stephen Fin- markSam Young his x mark, R A Reddicks

Arrives daily except Sunday........ 3:37: P. M. I ly his x mark, Michael Fitzpatrick Thomas his Benton x mark, Chas, W Comty H Snead.William, Nelson Cantee BirtDread, Sam COLLINS & ; HARTFORDEstablished

Closes........................................10:00 A.M. his Fitzpatrick x mark his Henry x mark Fletcher, Robert his Fitzgerald x mark., Cribb W J Crim Frank Foster. George Fo- <&VBJ

Feinnndina &Jacksonville Railroad- Boston Floyd his x mark, J W Flynn, Butler garty, Marshal Irons his x mark, R W C
Jacksonville and St. John's River Francis,Francis Frank his x mark, Henry Hummings, T A Hardy, Cyrus Howard, Edward 9826.z. .
mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. M. Franklin his x mark, David Freeman his Johnson, J S Lee, William Lizamore, .
Closes (Northern mail also.10:00) A. M. x" mark, John Freeman his x mark, Aleck Charles G Mann, Jake Miller, William Martin : _._" ,,
Sunday MailJacksonville Foreman his x mark Benjamin Fuller hisx F A W Marshall, Charles Muller, Chas "
and St. John's River, mark, Paul Funke, John Gardiner, Benjamin A Newman. J T Oneal, D H Sutton, Henry "

arrives.....................................10:35: A. M. Germain his x mark, Adam Gibbs hisx Samuels C J Van Nostrand, Stephen Washington __ ..;.',, Icl'- ,t
Northern mail arrives...........;...... 9:00 p. M. mark, Joseph Gibbs his x mark, Fred Gib- Isaac White, Toby Williams, Henry ..- ,.
Jacksonville, St. John's River and son his x mark, Albert Glaiber, R W H Walker, Ed Dukehart, Ben Thomas C E ; ,

the North, closes....................... 6:00 A. M. Godfrey, W J Godfrey, Charley Grant his x Perdy, Ephraim Coleman his x mark, R J
Jacksonville and St. John's River mark, Israel Grant his x mark W E Gray, Williams, James Makeyhisx markVarren

only I closes.............................. 4:00 P. M. Stepnev Green his x mark, Sidney Griffin Mason, Toney Wyllie his x mark, Daniel ., "
St. }[ary', River- his x mark, Willis Hall, Robert Hanley, W Harrison his x mark, Latinioie. -Edwards hisx
St. Mary's and Crandall, arrives J Hanley. W H Hannehan, John Harget mark, Peter Frank his x mark, Antonio !

Monday and Thursday...............7:00 A. M. his x mark, Allen Harker his x mark, Hen- Armentero Moses, J Fred Lohman, John McDermott .1. :-;. -p', .
Arrives Tuesday and Friday..........2:00 P. M. ry Harker his x mark, Jacob Harris his x Mitchell, his Hunter his x mark, Thomas .' 'f
Closes Tuesday and Friday............3:00 p. M. mark, Jefferson Harris his x mark Henry Newton x mark, David W Alversori, .- ,oO -
St. Mary's and Dun eness,Wednesday Hart his x mark Shade Hayes his x mark, Bradley his x mark,.Isaac Tison hisx

and Saturday, arrives.........11:00 A.M. Matthew Hawkins his x mark, Thomas his mark mark, Fred Nicholas B Lewis, Carey E Freeman MANUFACTURERS
Headen his mark x Tasterin,, John S Clark
Closes x Green Henderson hisx
Wednesday and ..
Saturday. 3:00 P. M. mark, Joseph Higgins George Hill his Alfred Lucas, S C Sven kemd., Lewis 1Vi1-
St.Mary'sonly,Monday and Thursday x
:arrives..........................2:00 P. M. mark, Henry Hobein, Henry Holzendorff mark liams his Walter x mark Roberts, Henry Hughes his x Axes Hatchets OFPicks
Closes his x mark, Henry Holzendorff Sr his his x mark, C Dono-
Jfond..y and Thursday.......-8:00: A.M. x van, S L Dennette
SAML. T. R'IDDELL, P. M. mark, Thomas Holzendorff his x__ mark-un__n, Owen Kelly, Rufus ,
Walker his ,
Henry, Hooper his x mark, :Moses Hooper : x mark, Carl Frank', Edward
--All- Jr his x mark, Thomas Hubbard his x mark, Bailey his x mark, Alfred Hampton, Wil AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
Whom it :May Concern Frank Hughes his x mark, Joseph Hunter liam Johnson, James Griffin. Jake Jenkins, TOOLS
WILL HEREBY TAKE NOTICE, his x mark,Cleophas H Huot,James Hutch- Samuel Owens, Sam White, James Haselton. FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also .
M That I, P. L. MURPHY, Adminis- erson, John: Jackson his :x mark, Solomon Albert Christopher his x mark, Myers Lizzi- .
trator of the estate of Patrick Murphy, deceased Jackson his x mark, James Jenkins his x more, B F Rich, Simon Owens his x mark, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
will make application to the Judgeof mark, Louis Jenkins, Marshall Jenkins hisx John E Madden, Sable Keyser George Dor- all sizes and $5
the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit mark, Allen Johnson his x mark, Daniel sey Jr, Joseph King, J Clauser-John l Glizer, price3 from to $30. Also, Plowing Machines.

ff Florida,at Chambers, in chancery sitting Johnson his x mark, Edgar Johnson his x George Henderson, Thomas ,Fraiiklyn, W J Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, Ac.,
in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, in aid mark, H C Johnson his x mark Henry Lohman, Adam YoungR Nelson. John by writing to the makers,
('irrait, on the 26th day of February, A. D. Johnson his x mark, Jake Johnson his x Jones, May Small his x mark, J W Mooney.We COLLINS
IhU for a decree authorizing and empower mark, Parish Johnson his x mark, Rufus & CO., 212 Water St., New York.

ing me, as Administrator aforesaid, to sell Johnson Simon Johnson his x mark, Simon -, the undersigned- certify. that all the
distribution,and dispose of,the following Johnson Jr his x mark, Stepney Johnson aoove names were signed in our presence.
described lands and real estate, situated and his x mark, Charles Jones his x mark Harry WARREN MASON, V
being in the counties of Alachua and Levy, Jones his x mark, Morris Jones his x A. W. LOHMAN, DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN
in said State, and in the Fifth Judicial Cir- mark, Robert Jones his x mark, William W. J. GRIM,
cuit of Florida,and beyond the limits of the Jones his x mark, W J Jones his x mark, PETER BONAUD,
Fourth Judicial, within which letters of ad- William J Joseph his x mark, Wyley Jones LEVI YOUNG,
which ministration were granted on said estate, his x mark, David Joseph his x mark, Har- JAMES ANNETTE, BLOOD SYRUP
lands are described as follows:- ry Joseph his x mark, Lewis Joseph his x JOHN GARDNER.
the town of Archer, in the county of mark William Joseph his x mark. Hansel
Alachua, said State-Lots one and two ((1 Keith his x mark Henry Keizer, Thomas STATE OF FLORIDA, \ Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
and 2)) in Block No. 17, and Lots 7,8 and 9 Keizer his x mark, Berry Kennedy hisx COUNTY OF NASSAU.On J
''seven, eight and nine) in Block No. 23 mark, Daniel King his x mark, John this day personally appeared beforeme Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its

(plan twenty-three), according to the map or King his x mark, Plato King his x mark, J. Fred Lohman, to" me well known, efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and
( of said town of Archer; and in the Samuel King his x mark, Samuel King hisx who, being duly sworn, deposeth and says
town it to be the Best
of Waldo, in said of Alachua- that pronounce Remedy Known to Ulan
Lots county mark, William King, Jacob Klarer, Julius each and every name or mark affixed
No. Nos. 9 and 10 (nine and ten) in Block Klotz, William Knabb his x mark, Charles to the above petition was the act and deed of
or 22 (twenty-two), according to the map J Kcester, Friederich Kruse, Carl L Lange, the party purporting to have signed the
plan of said town of Waldo; and in the Ephraim Latham his x mark, F C Latham, same, and that said signatures were signed GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .
county the of Levy, said State-the N.E. i, and George A Latham,Jasper W Latham, Henry in the presence of at least two creditable Mark.
XoE.1 of the N.W. i Section 35 (thirtyfive S Laurence. James Lawson, John B Lee witnesses, and that there was, no fraud,
teen))Township East 12 (twelve) S., R. 14 (four his x mark. Levi Legins, Joseph Ligeour, bribery or deception in procuring said signa- W ANTED-em
in) 200 acres; according to the statute Talbert Little, Washington Little, Anderson tures or marks of said persons whose names

such cases provided. Lizzemore his x mark, Samuel Lizzemore appear signed to the above petition.J. Laboratory 77 West Third St. New York City. Druggists sell it
Administrator P. L. MURPHY, his x mark, A W Lohman, James Long Jr FRED LOHMAN. ,
of Estate of Patrick Murphy, his x mark, James L Long, Lawrence Long Subscribed and sworn to before me, this
jjeccascd. 9-30d his x mark, Thomas Long his x mark, Jo- 25th day of January, 1884. CEDARTOWN GA., June 20th, 1881.
Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children sick with Fever
were and a short trial of
PROPOSALS seph Longwood his x mark James Love hisx GEO. W. SCHUYLER, Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. your
mark, Samuel Love Rinaldo MacDonellhis Justice of the Peace.
'l"TILL BE RECEIVED BY CITY CLERK x mark, Sam Lovetouse his x mark, A 46 RUDIE CANTLER. *

specifications. F. WOOD,JR., at his store, where R Manucy, Henry Martin.George Martin, ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,

and keeping can be seen, for openingdrains, R A McBean, Aaron McCall his x mark, Fernandina, Fla.THIS BOOKS AND STATIONERY. I IDOW'SJAMAICA
condition Central Park in good sanitary Isaac McCall his'x mark, Jonas McCall hisx
for such time as. bidders and_ mark, Peter McCall his x mark, Stephen INSTITUTION, UNDER THE I
Council or the may agree upon; bidders to have McCann his x mark Jacob McCure his x of the SISTERS! OF ST. JOSEPH, HORACE DREW GINGER CORDIALS
park for cultivation in payment mark Frank ,McDonald his x mark._Obed is
for such pleasantly located in one of healthiest Stationer, I
%order drainage. McDonald his x mark, Robert McDonaldhis portions Florida. Bookseller NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
of Council. x'mark', James McDuffy his x mark, The building,which was erected especially Printer and Binder. but contains all the medicinal proper-

; Ch_aIrman. G. F.. AVERY. Elias McFarland, Burrel McNeal, Edward for a Boarding School, is large-and.airy. ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
Committee on Streets and Drains. McRae his x mark Charles McRori his x i The Course of Instruction is thorough and is very pleasant to take, and

"-, NOTICE mark James. Waters, Thomas Medden, solid, comprising, both in English and School Books and Orange Wraps <
To Owners Lewis Cooper his x mark,-Peter:Miller his x'' French, all the branches of a good educa INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,
of Lands Sold for mark, Robert Miller his mark NOW A SPECIALITY.
x Gustav tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and COLDS CHILLS CRAMP V
Taxes. -Minkley, Ben Mitchael his x mark, J T Bedding, per quarter, $40.50. Music 'Lessons COLIC, 0
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, Mitchael his x mark, July Mitchael his x with use of Instrument, 1200. DIARRHOEA DYSENTERY
)AIZTIES Tallahassee, Fla.. Dec. 18. 1883.}- mark, Seek Mitchael his x mark, Daniel Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy JtFiJ'"" Liberal discounts to Teachers and ,

to the State WHOSE for LANDS'VERE SOLD Mitchael his x mark, Allen Mitchael his'x- Work taught without additional charge. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on PAINS in the Stonach: and Bowels, ,
Dl arcli,1S83, will taxes prior to the 3d of mark Joseph Mode,. David Moody, James Payments required in advance. application.
3d of 1 larch, 1884 take notice that,after the Mooney J H Mooney, Edward Mordecai, Schools will reopen October 1st, 1883., 59 W. BAY STREET, and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-
be subject to the certificates of sale will C W Morgan, James J Morris.his x mark, For further particulars,apply to the Acad- ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
1\ for,the same and purchase by anyone applying Stephen Morris his x mark, Isaiah Morrisonhis emy. _42 JACKSONVILLE. FLA. I action. Sold by
\. After that paying amount required by x mark, Augustus Moseley his x mark, PALMER BRO'S,
IS requIred to be date no notice or preference Henry Muller Lewis Napoleon his x mark, 1,000,000 Brick for Sale, Nassau Fibre, Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. .
give n to owners. Manuel Nattiel his x'mark, Joseph H New At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto JtlJ- Also Agents for DOWS JAMAICA ->
J'w-1t W. D.Comptroller. ton, Z Nickola George Norman his x mark, 2ix4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON & Co., anything else in use. For sale by GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
Alonzo B Noyes, Charles A Noyes, E P j 4G-4m Macon, Ga. June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. without peppei. 22


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j r A New Enterprise. With joyful confidence you'd say. Mortuary Report--Amelia Island. Notice ,to TaxPayers.I -

.f | i.: THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Mr. J. A. Ellermann has recently estab- 41 My child is born to new life this day." The following table has been furnishedus am now prepared to receive the taxes
the of Fernandina
by R, M. Henderson, undertaker: for city assessed for the
:, lished a wood-yard on First street, near the A life so free from every ill, year 1883 J. E. MEDDACGH,
., A YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Where and suffering cannot fill,

ft.OO ; Duryee mill. The yard is provided with a One atom pain of the vast domain, ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 0 ---9.-.,. I b.... December City 15.Tax'1883 Collec, rFernandina .
'. Reflections. steam engine, circular saw, and splitter. Itis'the Where such pure spirits ever reign.

.i. : .., intention of Mr. Ellermann to keepon Then, mourn not : though the casket lies : : : : :. : : : r Ntn; Last Notice to Tax-Payers.

Mr. John Burst, of New York;'is now sojourning .-. hand fire wood, both pine and oak, saw Cold and dead to mortal :. :. .: :. :. :. :. -CD. =_ 3 During the month of January I will be at
eyes 3
: : : : : : : :; ==' office Second street for
I :. at the Egmont. ,it to any desired length and split it, to suit The spirit lives in body fair, : : : : : : =pin my on the daily the purpose >
of receiving remaining
air. -I't! State
though light as '. .
I i Mr. J. B. Wells, of Rochester, N. Y., left the wants of the customer. The wood-yard Resembling, :. :. :. :. :. :. 40..!. o '-'' f..t and County taxes for 1883. Property on

I 1 the Egmont Thursday for the North. will fill a long-felt want in this community, To her mother's bosom she will come, :. :. :. : .. :. 1._;).or.-r-=='. I ...". which the taxes remain unpaid February
and the enterprise will undoubtedly a And gently draw her to her home; A 1st will! be advertised.v.. F. SCOTT,
hold'their prove :
,:'f )\; The County Commissioners A powerful magnet that is given, :: :: : -'CD-.I: Coll. Rev. Nassau Co.

'" I .'. h regular monthly meeting, .on Wednesday success. To draw her spirit on to to heaven. ..: :.. :.. .. ..00- ? Fernandina. January 1st, 1884.
.. 1
,,j. next. The Calico Hop. She'll come again to her home on earth, ::. .:: : ::. -::: ::. c.-., THE SUN,

. [t ,, Mrs. S. S. Weld and Mr. E. F. Weld, of The calico skating and dancing party to To those she loves, who gave her birth, :. :. :. o-: :' -. ... Published daily except Sunday.
: the Fernandina Roller And twine a wreath of flowers so fair, : : : o.; :
for the Skating
the Egmont be given by
:. i.?, Boston, are stopping For her loved brothers each to wear. : : : : ri : : : I THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE.
f present. Club, takes place next Friday evening, February .. .: :. :. :. _.c.:. :. :. :

; Then fear no ill to her will come, ...:.!".'.... .......... >
: shine. Excellent ... -. Mail
The steamship San Antonio, which ar-, 8th.,rain or If she return to earth, : : : : : ..... ;;j Terms of Subscription by Invariably
has" been :engaged for the occasion, and a : : : :. ; :.3 3.1 .koo Cash in advance-Postage Free:
rived here last Monday night, brought out From her bright eternal home, .. .. 1't-! ......

r < fifty passengers. ,4. good ,time may be expected' by all who at- To tell of her new birth. :: ::. -= :""' AM ". One Year......_...$6.00 One Month.50 Cts

.'' F. & A. M. meetson tend.., 'AJL) who take part in the entertainmept She's listening now to music sweet, .: : .: 0 0() CD CD M I"... roCp 0 Six :Months: ....._ 3.00 Three Weeks3S Cts.

,, _, Amelia Lodge, No. 47, must* appear dressed in some article From souls divinely blessed ; :. :. .., -S"S-- OI: Four Months..... 2.00 !Two Weeks..25 Cts.

Monday evening next over Huot's. store made of calico. Only spectators will be admitted From those who loved the child to meet, .: : : :.01,-;. : oM Three Months.... 1.50 One. Week......13 Cts!
; I on Second street. And welcomed to their breasts. : : : : p --I : Two Months...... 1.00

i < without. Doors will be opened. at : :: ::' :: :: :: M OI: SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cts.
'I Joseph Beck and daughter, from :England, 7:30 o'clock. Admission, 25 cents which Their gentle care they'll freely give, wcaoo M H

and:Miss Walmsley, of Philadelphia, stopped And like a mother's love, : : : : :: .ti 4 eC 3 THE BALTIMORE:WEEKLY sux.
k') includes use of skates. .' : : : : : I" i:::
week. They'll teach her how 'tis right to live :. :. .: :. :. :. :. .: 4 ,. IfJ t. c..
at the ont last 0 :
; a few,days Jgn, . """
In her bright home . .p--. .
above.A. "'" to:) ..OI:. A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in
The schooner Sarah Potter, Captain, Keen, Good News From Leesburg.A C. F.. M. :. .: :. .: :. :. :.. .: .: :. .rDS... =- to:) I ... Compact Shape.

'. arrived yesterday with 300 tons of' steel' rails telegram was received at'the railroad Fernandina, Fla., January SI, 1884. : : : : .: r : : : : : C.=_-c..1 0
t; : : : : : : : : : : : a
office in this city yesterday, announcing the BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00
Railroad. $1.00
River t-t
k for the Leesburg&Indian : : T4COO !
Hotel Arrivals. : : : : : : : : .... ; >
.} completion of the Florida Transit and Pen- :. :. :. .: :. :. :. :. :. : -i" =

b The British bark SappKo'Captain McPhee; insular Railroad to Leesburg. Mr. F. B. :.. :. ':, : : :. ',: :. ':. .8CD.....,... .., ;:;::: ..... 2G> TERMS Invariably Cash in Advance.
l cleared Monday last .by Colonel J, C. : :. .: ':. :, :. :. :-:: 3 .::. Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United
was of the Miss
/ ,Papy the General Freight Agent Joseph Beck, Miss Beck. England; :" : : : : : Cw.-o- E :"""' States and Canada.
: : Read for Montevideo with YellowPine lum- Walmsley,.Charles P Short, Mr and Mrs : c. .
t Transit system, states that the road will be :. :. :. ;. :. ( : -
.. ::' :, Edward H Williams, Philadelphia; GeorgeH p. 0 TWELVE
: (t' '. ber. open for business on February 10th to that Phelps, W G Preston, Lawrence Rotch, :... :.'' .. :... :... :... Q CD" : 1 ONE DOLLAR

. t : Major B. S. Henning, Esq., president, of point. This road being of the standard Mrs S S Weld, E F Weld, Boston ; Mrs K : : : : : : :: bN 1884. Premium Copies 1834.

l' :l the Florida Transit & Peninsular and.Flor- gauage, the truck farmers of Sumter county R Snyder, Captain Alex Wallace, John T :. : .:. :.. :.. :'. to Getters Up of Clubs

Y ida Central & Western Railroads, arrived in 'will have the advantages of through cars to Walker, Jacksonville ; J S Kaufman, .. .. ., ... .. For the Baltimore Weekly Sun."
Charleston ; F De Vernon, John Burst, New '.. i. .. ".. .. ..

Jacksonville on Saturday last. and from all points North and West. Yorkj; T Harris Bartlett, Portsmouth, N H, : : : ': : : Five Copies.;.....................................$ 5.00
:L; ; : ,Among the transient guests at the Egmontwe P W McArdon and wife, Montana ; HenryF : : : : : ; : j'=.: ZZ With an extra Copy of the WeeklySun
: : : : : : : tt Q
H C Cook Pennsylvania
find Mr. A. Lawrence Rotch, of Boston, The Egmont. Cochran, ; :. :. :. .. : : .: ::! r::! one year.
Boston Gazette the leading society Edel, Richmond, Va ; C Andrews and wife, : ": : : r:: 2 y yr :::, TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00
The : : :
N. H. tr-f
Bartlett of Portsmouth ,
Harris .
andT. S Andrews and wife :Milwaukee, Wis ; .. .. .. ". .. r '- ... With an extra of the Weekly
f 0.aH ); I); copy
who made a flying visit to our city. paper of the "Hub" in speaking of the Y B Wells, Rochester NY; Charles H : : : : : : : V u':"=- : Sun one year, and one copy of the

the of the opening of the Egmont for the seas'on 1883- Kellogg C B White, Florida; H Wolf Baltimore :. :. :" : .. :. :. :. .p .= "i ... Daily Sun three months.
indebted to
We are managers '84, has the following complimentary paragraph l\Id'f William R Loutel and wife, :. :. :. :. :. :. :. :, :. .. .: :. xwoo. .g FIFTEEN COPIES........................... 15.00
State Fair for tickets of admission. The Grand Haven, Mich ; N B Perkins and : : : : : : : : : : : .- ::: With an extra of the Weekly

: fair will open on the 12th, and if the weather i : wife, Ypsilonti, Mich. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :..1')0 O9.; .00 Snn one year, and copy one copy of the
the well
Mr. Geo. W.. Kittelle re-opens
a attended. Daily Sun nine months.
is favorable will be largely
known Egmont Hotel at Fernandina, Flor- ... .Died. Wood, Wood. THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. -...... 30.00
of the firm of The house is almost new and is elegantly .
Mr.Edward H. Williams, ida. With an extra copy of the Weekly
January 29th of
the well On Tuesday i established WoodYardnear
furnished. It has enjoyed Having recently a Sun
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia Sun and one of the Daily }
the deserved reputation of being one of the best MAGDALES&, daughter of Mr. F. B. Papy and Duryee's mill, provided with all the copy

1- was at the Egmont this week, accomPanied kept houses in the South. Mr. Kittelle, wife, aged thfee years and five months. necessary machinery for sawing and splitting one year.

. j : by his wife. From Florida they go however, is not satisfied with the past and FIRE-WOOD, Getters up of Clubs will find the above
so 'takes with him this winter Jean
to California. Thermometer
1 : : for twenty-one years chief in New York at Range I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, terms the most liberal that can be offered by
: 4 The new Howell building on Centre street the Brevoort, Metropolitan, New York and FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, sawed to any lengths,for either stove or fire-

is now being enclosed. Mr. G. Stark'sfine Windsor Hotels, and one of the finest French HOBSEY'S DRUG STORE. place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. a First-Class Family Journal.
cooks in America. Mr. Wm. Ottman, too,
J toward'completion ,
block is progressing be .the famous New York butcher{ has been induced I I 'Vind A. ELLERMAXN. SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cts.
and these blocks will an orna- .
rapidly, to establish at Fernandina a branchof dC'l w G.

. merit to the city. his excellent market and ,a large ice It- t"'I.CQ co Messrs. Colby & Rich I The safest method of transmitting money

i The Jacksonville Herald notices the great house, from which he will not only supply Saturday..Jan.2656] 56 50 481 N. Wish to announce that they are now prepared !

in the lumber trade for the month meats to the Egmont, but other leading that Sunday ..............27 50 54 55 N. to do Copying and Enlarging, at their .! by mail is by check, draft or post-office
decline It will be remembered 551
Florida hotels. Monday ............23 53 64 64 N. E. Tent Gallery, on Centre street. Old Tin-
; of January, being about one-half only of the wonderful white beach, 18 miles long, Tuesday..29 55 62 59 59 N. E. Types or Pictures of any kind copied and money order.

that of the same period in 1883, and two- is to be seen at Fernandina and that the Wednesday..30 58> 65 65 62 N. E. enlarged lo any desired size.

fifths of that of 1882. climate of the place is peculiary healthfuland Thursday ......;...31 1 60 70 70 60 S. W. Address. A. S. ABELL & Co.,Publishers.
delightful.In Friday............ ... 1 61 70 70 60 N. W Lost. SUN IRON BUILDING
Frederick Douglas, aged 73, the leader of : Baltimore, Md.
School Warrant No. 79. issued in favor of
the colored race, has just married a white Memory of Little' Magdalena myself for the sum of $28.90. All personsare
woman 35 years of age, who was employed Papy. -' MARINE. cautioned not to negotiate or trade for it.

l .. clerk in his office. Douglas thus indicates The family of Mr. F. B. Papy have suf- CHAS. H. BERG. Owners or Lands Sold for
t ; I : as a Port of Fernandina. Fernandina, January 18,1884.SauerKraut Taxes.
in the loss of
\ his contempt for his own race. fered a very sad affliction HIGH WATER. COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE )

only daughter, Magdalena, a very beauti- Tallahassee, Fla.. Dec. 18. 1883. J
Feb. 2..11:54 0:00P.M. ,
The San Antonio sailed Thursday night ful and lovely child of nearly four years of Saturday Sunday, 3...... 0:26: A.M." 0:52 10 cts. a pound AT J. KLARER'S, PARTIES WHOSE LANDS WERE SOLD
500 bales cotton to the 3d of
with the following cargo: for taxes prior
age. Monday, 4...... 1:25: 1:53 Corner Ash and Sixth.
707 cases cedar, 304 logs cedar, 436 boxes hard such trials to bear perhapsnone Tuesday 5...... 2:27 2:57" March. 1883 will take notice that after the
How are 1884 the certificates sale will
163 bags sawdust, 90 barrels rosin, Wednesday 6...... 3:31" 4:00" Amelia Beach. 3d of March,
oranges, but loving parents can fully under- 7...... 4:37" 5:04 be subject to purchase by any one applyingfor
'. _.' 25 barrels spirits turpentine, 63 packages stand, yet assuredly there are none in our Thursday Friday, 8...... 5:42 6:04:: THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the the same and paying amount required
of Mrs. who will be notice
merchandise. does supervision Sweeney law. After that date no or preferenceis
community whose sincere sympathy pleased to receive her old friends:: and the required to be given to owners.

"I The railroad between Tampa and Kis- not go out to the bereaved parents. Time, ENTERED. public generally. Choicest oysters, fish,etc., W. D. BARNES,
to them Jan. 27-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Den nette. i constantly on hand. tf. Comptroller.
simmee has been completed, and regular the consoler, will some day whisper Savannah, with freight and j5-4t

... trains will begin to rnn between Tampa and "it is but another lamb, safely folded by the passengers, to W. B. Tucker,

Sanford on the 10th inst. It will be a close Good Shepherd. Such as your little one agent.

., race between the steamer route via Cedar were those of whom he spoke in these loving u 28-8.P. St.Nicholas.Hallowes,Savan-
nah, with freight and passengers -
., Key and the Sanford route. words: ,'to W. B. Tucker, agent. l

"Suffer little children to come unto me, 28-Schr. D. W. Hunt, Baker, Booth-
': Col. W. H. Sebring of Bronson, was in
of Heaven." ice to W. K. Bauknight.
for of such is the Kingdom ; ,
;:: our city this week. Col. Sebring is one of Another of those flowers gathered by the 29- 'P-City of Bridgeton, Dennette, ;' ea c rniERMS

the State Commissioners to the New Orleans Savannah ; with freight and passengers -
Reaper Angel for the Lord of Paradise! to W.B.Tucker, agent.
,. and is devoting ,
1' Great Southern Exposition, -taCASH.--
29 S. S. of San Antonio Wilder
City ,
:- I : _his energies to stirring up our people to a He gazed on the flower with tearful eyes, 1,680 tons, New York ; freight .

i t- :} t proper appreciation of that great enterprise. He kissed the drooping leaves: and passengers, to R.W.South- .
I It was for the Lord of Paradise,
9 "; wick agent. andena
: ,, We are informed that the travel upon the He bound them in his sheaves. -SJVSt.Nicholas, Hallowes, Savan-

Florida Central&Western Railway, between "Mjr Lord hath need of these flowers gay," nah, with freight and passengers -

:t'.; Jacksonville and Pensacola is now very The Reaper said and smiled. to W. B. Tucker, agent. I
entertained of the Dear tokens of the earth are they, 31-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette,
i' .
:' ;, large. The anticipations Where He was once a child. Savannah, with freight aud passengers -
; s' value of opening up this line of road to to W. B.Tucker, agent. i

Pensacola and the West seem to be likely to And they shall all bloom in fields of light, Feb. 1-S.P. St.Nicholas, Hallowes, Savannah 1.
Transplanted by care,
with and
be realized. The road has been very freight passen-
fully their bright
And saints garments
upon gers, to W. B. Tucker, agent.
:. : free of destruction and accidents during the These sacred blossoms bear."
past month. And the mother gave in tears and pain. Jan. 27-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette,

The flowers she most did love Savannah, with freight and passengers -
has control
'. The English syndicate, which Yet she knew she should meet them all by W.B.Tucker, agent.

; ". .- of the two millions acres purchased of Mr. again, 11 28-Bark Sappho (Br.), McPhee Montevideo I

1 ': : Disston by Sir Edward Reed, is now in In the fields of light above. ; lumber, by J. C. Read. --
V i : 28-S.P. St.Nicholas .Hallowes Savannah
i Jacksonville. The Earl of Huntington is Oh then not in cruelty, not in wrath, with and
freight -
f .; president of the company, and with a number Did the Reaper come that day; ,, by W. B. Tucker, agent.passengers :l: SCRIP;, EGGS FOR HATCHING.
It visited the earth, CI'.L'
1; I. :. of other distinguished strangers is make And was an took that flower away 29-S.P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette, I

i. ing a tour of Florida. A large foreign immigration Savannah; with freight and BROWN LEGHORNS,

R! i '" .:- may be expected to result from The funeral was largely attended on passengers, by W. B. Tucker, IN ANY QUANTITIES, PLYMOUTH ROCKS,

Wednesday afternoon from the Presbyterian agent. PEKIN DUCKS.
the efforts of this "
company. 30-S.P. St Nicholas Hallowes, Savan-
.. ': "r Church, the Rev. Mr. Yerger officiating.The nah, with freight and passen-

1 ': ,.., S Accidentally Shot. interment took place in the beautiful gers, by W. B. Tucker, agent. AT, MARKET: RATES. PRICE, 2.00 PER SETTING OF 13-

#.' ; church yard of the Episcopal Church. 30-S.S. City of San Antonio; Wilder
of B. F.
Felix Livingston, the oldest son 1,680 tons, New York; freight Guaranteed Pure and Fresh.
.. ." ,' accidentally shot himself in the ond to R. W. South- SCOTT.
; Livingston, passengers, 9 J. FRED LOHMAN. 9 WARREN F.
last. Felix had been out Lines dedicated to Mrs. Papy on the birthto wick, agent. f
A' neck on Saturday -
I.-11 r; : w, bird-shooting, and in passing some bushes spirit life of her little daughter:: 31-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette, I I
t Savannah, with freight and passengers -
he noticed some particularly straight and Oh", listen to that voice which says, ,by W.B.Tucker, agent: Reasons Why You Feel Badly.-

:,, : slender shoots, which he desired to cut for I lent this darling flowerTo Feb. 1-Sch. Fannie E. Wolston, Marrs, is its work
; glad path with loving ways Because your stomach not doing properly. .
the butt end of your New York; lumber, by J. C.
I .. some purpose. He placed And sweet and gentle power.I Read. Because your liver is out of order and wants righting. ,. ._

,;' I ; ..., his gun on the ground, leaving the barrel in call her now to her heavenly home, 41 1-.S.P. St.Nicholas, Hallowed, Savan- Because your blood IS thin, and needs iron in it. ,

t" : the hollow of his left arm and against his With the bright angelic throng; nah, with freight and passengers Because are troubled with nervous aches and pains.

., shoulder. In trying. to cut the stick, he accidentally Where the pure spirit's free to roam, by W..B..Tucker, agent. you

1 .'. ", struck the hammer of the gun, And join,their ricb, glad song. IN PORT. Because you are vexed with languor and debility, which wile
; the Use of Brown's Iron Bitters
If" All these Reasons Can be Set Aside by ,
; when the charge exploded. The gun was Dry your tears; oh, love her still, Brig Salve Virgin Maria '(Sp.), Llorca. Tone enfeebled stomach and help it to digest.

loaded with fine shot, which terribly lacer- She's thy child, a star in heaven ; Brig Bogota, Tixera. up your ,
!. : A higher place she now can fill, Sch..D. W Hunt, Baker. Refresh your wearied liver and put it in splendid order.

ated the side- of.his neck and, the lobe of the And a crown to her is given. Schr. Chas. E. Lester Truitt. Enrich blood, and give it a nch red color. ,
-\. left ear, passing out through the rim of his Schr. Mary L. Allen Butler. your watery
An immortal of life and Calm worried and give them peace.
Frank Lancaster crown light, Schr.Flora Rogers, Jamieson. your nerves,
.' hat. He was picked up by -
... t. That pure, bright spirit wears; Schr Annie P. Chase, Pool. Strengthen whole system and drive debility and languor out.
l t a colored man, and taken to his Given by Him all just and right, I your who has a dollar buy of the nearest
that may
i; ;: ".:. borne, where Dr. Pope who was called in, To her whose spirit bearsA For Sale at a Bargain.A Considering any man there is why people
bottle of BROWN'S ,
,f r 1 5. dressed the wound, which though very form so like the one it had on earth, Miller's Piano. )' druggist a ,

11.;. L painful, is not necessarily dangerous. That could you behold the spirit's birth, : 'FRED W. HOYT. should continue feel badly, just for the fun of it. 4 .
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