Florida mirror

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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 9, 1884
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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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\T0L. VI FERNANDINA, FLA.. SAJ UIW, .Y. FEBRUARY !), 188-1. vn_ n .

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C1HCVL.4K LETTER. You sag Fernandina is a beautiful city iVJBir
went to this
BRONSHX. FL%., February 1, 1884. toll. ?shp of the law :she provided>fl the
Having been iwmi mended by the, Governor _' ornaments to the wide, thinly-built streets. !>H. WOOD'S DEATH-HIS/RELATIONS means
and commissioned. by the Nov. Atlanta engaging ]lawyers, making bribe and M\HOXE AND SHERMAN
of Florida, j only two years ago enforced sux'wny JOURNALIST DIE. } SPEAK.-KEIFEK DE-
I POOROTIlER bringing about
of the Tinted States as commissioner } an ordinance against cows running at I !. ; escapes. If he were poor:she XOUXCES
President: j large, MANDELBAfM--THIEVES .assisted him and his NEWSPAPER CORRESPOXEENTTo .:
family if he had
and alternate commissioner for the I although containing a population of 50,000. one.
KEPT AT the Editor of the
WOBK -DR. SEWTOX'f If he were sick she had him cared for. Butas Mirror:
tate of Florida tit the World's Cotton Cen I The reason assigned j was that physicianssaid f
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CHURCH TROGBLEs.To 4. soon as he was able to "work" WASHINGTON, D. C., .
again ".
New Orleans the
at on children
uanial! which ClI'l'IIS must have fresh! milk. the Editor of the Mirror? then hl""a ,
I expected to get about. Of the I Both branches
r,;iI, of Peeen.U-r. next, it devolves upon int : You aiso !say, let the ordinance be enforced NEW YoBicf February 2 1884. I Congress held very short
proceeds of the '
robbery Mrs.
before the citizens of Neither had
t1, pl.He l a few facts in the mure densely populated Wednesday last, in the fog and rain proceededfar
always the
cream and
as alwaysacted I the routine business of the
Florida. streets. How can a Common Council discriminate they buried Dr. Wood the famous morning
be journalist carefully she managed to ply her trade hour, when the announcement
1st. Florida cannot properly represented against: my cow or yours because and known I was'made of
throughout) the of for
!press a long without that actual evidence the death of
1 nor s.: cure Mich benefits this unpormn.ty we live a few blocks apart? The questionof the country as the "grxv.t: American Condenser could be obtained Representative Mackey of
against her. But South
olfl'rs'itlltlut weans to carry vinthis food is '' many a Carolina. The Senate and house immediately -
more important
to some of us than and although- had ceased to be devil who
poor ,
might willingly have
On this !fcubjecfWWiU:! be heard that of beauty, and milk is valuable addition the I- : re- adjourned until Tuesday (loon,
greatwork power that he.wai from 1809( to 18S1 on turned to the path of rectitude and the
$* was kept in flags on each wing of the
from later. to any table. Condensed milk is condemned the Sun, his death(leaves a void in the the traces because he' Mother Capitol
Mandul- were placed at half
!d. It was iK-inoiistrated!:! at Atlanta andLouisville i in not mild terms mast. unexpected
: by strangers in metropolitan presS4jj ite was severe with his baunfs clutches, and on his deathbed cursed finale to the day's
that preparations' fur our displaywere :; our mid.t. blue pencil, and ma'iiykt poor space writer's her. proceedings greatly disappointed -

not commenced soon enough. Every Is the cow ordinance enforced in Tallahassee dream of large bills.t. Were rudely) dispelled The troubles in the several hundred persons who had
; Episcopal Church gathered in the
kind of Florida >roduct.s should be and is that galleries expecting to
1 possible not city known for its after Dr. Wood haricot through with his caused by Dr. Heber Newton's
in Jwxe l baircis and hogsheads, and tine .I utterances, to a fiery debate on the Mississippi,
placed now cows as well ? Rather encourage copy. But on the other hand, his heart was are being revived
again and
there so as to be readily through outrage resolutions offered by
and allowed grow every citizen to keep a cow, and as soft as a woman's, and he could no more the Hentless vindictiveness
of Senator
Da Sherman.
trans ported. .This is all important, and soon the Jerseys and Alderneys may be seen resist an appeal for assistance either in the Costa and Mr. The "bloody shirt ora-
Quackenboss the tions
Jo.III1I1I.1Ilut. ...., .. be IIf'.r1t Cte(1. on fair great lay being reserved for the following day,
.. our hills and nuro.. cream nil_ rinrtables. .._ of advice exerc'iin.g: his
way ,
canmiotservetlCState u n.n n _. I' influence orgiving authority in the Episcopal Church of this Readiuster.n --rlhnnp-......_. whn.. .. W'....''.,'. tn .......1,1.. .
efficiently .v '''c&n.c
3d 1. We If a cow is known to be vicious let un
lending called diocese.
it-ia.iMially It is
money now pretty definitely settled principal for
desire without the aid of local commissioners her be banished speech the Republicans retired -
as we by special edict. than of exercising.hfs functions
that the
as night
charges heresy made
some months to his
in each county and we would This is a practical question, and I hope it editor. He lust liis.; position on the Sun, to ago are to be pushed to trial in committee room after adjournment -
a short and remained
very until
parties who feel an will be
interest discussed
respectfully urge in
a common he
sense!:! manner was as as a cat to time. Meanwhile however
this chamber
.in uccess .to.correspond with us, and by prosecution was deserted by all except someemployes
our practical men. T\x PAYER. her home through principle. While he was which is fast developing into who
persecu- were cleaning up. He then
aid.wi by their suggestions. president of the Pre s,Club the name of Rev. tion, is bringing Newton many friends and entered the hall and rehearsed his little
counties west of the Suwanee
The City Council. Henry Ward Beeche*' was proposed for sympathizers, and as I creJiblin.
am speech to
an imaginary audience. His dole-
.river should address Win D. Chipley, Pensucola The regular meeting of the City Council membership.{ Thereat,. rose a tremendous formed, he has secured an adherent in no ful see-saw, sing-song declamation soon attracted '
Those and south
Fla. east should was held on Wednesday evening last. storm, and the Slm,.which has alwavs beenBcccher's less'a person than the amiable learned and
policemen and
.address W. U.Sebring, Bronson, Fla. Present F. C. Suhrer President '?""cts-i;; ; on duty in the
: and Alder- r1iQ t tent
opponent. ever accomplished Dr. Ry lance the rector who
of St. building, peeped into the hall to
of Florida bear in mind see
Let people men Hoyt, Kelly, Williams, King and since the famous Tiltifcv trial, gave Wood to Mark's Church. what could be the matter. After
while the
that we are going upon Lousiana soil to A veT)'. understand: that Mr, B >cher must not under little a
.coin(Kite with her .for prizes in her staple A petition signed by prominent citizens any <'circumstances I br! permitted to becomea DOX'T get too wild on the subject ofmaking" : was suddenly I overcome witha
fainting from
productions, namely.: sugar, molasses, rice, and tax-payers, asking: the Council not to member. Daecher.WiU ? elected and among orange groves before you "make" was carried back spell to his overexertion. He

cotton,tropical &emi-tropical fruits. The repeal the present cattle ordinance was read the most. heartfelt congratulatory speeches arrangements to gather other products, annually restoratives committee room, and

commissioners .for Florida appeal to our aged referred to the Committee on Or- addressed to him,on the evening of his installation oroftener. For the past five years several hours were administered but it was
people for aid in making: the Florida exhibit dinances. was that of Dr. Wood's.! A .few the simple article of eggs: has paid from one- On he was able to go home.
Tuesday the crowd
a success. It is to be hoped that the The salaries of the city's omVcrs and po- \'eckafter :camtMjie announcement' / that I half to double more than oranges, and they the Senate galleries which again filled

horticultural, agricultural and mechanical lice force, amounting to 135.37, were or- Dr. Wood had severed his connection/ with I, are not hard to "raise. Poultry is another appointment. The'experienced another dK-

interests will feel that.the Status success: de- derellpaill. Also: the commission! of$100 of the Sun. S.hln after he went West, but the profitable industry. Forage can be grownat having in the meantime Democratic Senators,

{>ends upon their assist.ance.rith proper the tax collector on the first $1,000 collected, methods, in vogue there were not congenial home for all stock it may be necessary to a policy of silent adopted in caucus

efforts on the part of the people of our Statewe and a balance of$a-) due the tax assessor. i to him. lie returned to New York, and for keep up.:' And there is the unlimited Sherman and scorn, refused to answer

feel certain that Florida will take another The following hills were ordered l paid : some time served 'as reporter for the Herald. field of vegetable growing, with unlimited confined to the Mahone. and the debate was
Republican side of the
step forward. J.V.. Bushnell.! making estimates for filling This, too, wa not long lived and then for opportunities to make big money in this chamber. During the

We will communicate with. every countyin lots on Fourth street.............. .........$ 5.0'J) the last year or ':so he contributed! to all industry, open to all brainy and brawny speeches it evident: progress of the

the State, and the workingmen are asked N. Bronson, blank] books for clerk's papers ii: other words, he was Bohemianizinr. people who are willing to take in a good Republican was Senators a number.. of the

to come to the front,and aid us in this grand office................. ........ .................. 3.50 lie did nit( do so badly at this, for thing when they see it. Orange growing is thread-bare issue. :The were Kansas ashamed of the
enterprise. \\ H. SEEKING, Commissioner. a consummation devoutly to be wished Senators.
II. Clay contractor for few ,
scavenger work, only a weeks jigj he told mo that his Ingalls and Plumb read

W. D. CHIPLEY, etc............................................... 33.50 bills averaged about''!00 n week ; but it must but should not be carried on to the detriment air oblivious ,to their newspapers withan
Alternate Commissioner -41 of a subsistence: during the surroundings...
interim_ _
The Finance h.-ivtt him i"
Committee reported back cost mnnv < when he
.. to : mn ?' re- non Three or four wrote !letters, Senator Frye. .
------- ---- --- Council the final af Tax fleeted\ :wlio-Sofeefi! U-I I everyone is compelled to give-citrus trees
Calltihan XotcsT .. .'.. '-,1; } report Collectorzfeddaug'h'forthe""year W Jt2 tw.ti.'d-ti C smoked a cigar in the cloak room,' Senator
the planting of the seeds
:: 1883. The commit spot for so or settingout
many years, was now in his old Logan first pared and polished his
<> the Editor of the J/trror..' tee recommends/ that the taxes erroneously age: compelled] to float about from one place trees, until they come into profitable nails carefully, and then assorted the

CALLAHAN, FIA., February G.We ]levied, amounting to $93.64, be remitted. to another: and, as it were, peddle out his bearing. This advice is not intended for on his desk. Senator Lapham looked papers as if ,

An not know of the rest of the worM, The balance of uncollected taxes,fur 1882, works.: people of ample financial means, who are he did not know what to do, and few
able very
to hire
but our little town remains industrious, un- except where the persons have deceased, the Dr. Wood, of course, died poor. A rich the lahorcr and await successful listened attentively. Mahone's audiencewas
iesults. but for those of
u>turl>ed and happy. That community committee recommends to be carried to newspaper man-is an anomaly. And yet, means who scarcely larger than when he rehearsedhis

can be harp whose interests are one the assessment of 1883, which plan was most of them earn good income On the are compelled to earn their living by the piece in the empty chamber. Mr. Sherman .. -
sweat of their brows. ,
whose watchword is one, and the I people a adopted by the Council. SHU his salary was but little short of $100 Judicious manage- read his speech from manuscript, keep-

unit. The following resolution, offered by Al- a week and as he corresponded for out of I ment will not only give men of small means ing his eyes closely on the lines and enunciating -

How nice a thing it is to be small but derman Hoyt, and adopted, explains its- town papers that work must have netted a good living while bringing their groves into with his usual indistinctness. HE-

Better self: him an additional fair amount of income bearing, but will also give demonstrated based his
growing. it were thus than to be charges on radical newspaper reports -
grown! and done. WHEREVS, )Ir. G. Stark has received no Even now when his prestige was fast fading, assurance that the country: can be made and Mahone's address to the Read-
compensation for services as Mayor self-sustaining) :; in all its essentials to
during or
; ,
The small but neat looking store-house of the months of his earnings were good. He was not a dissipating juster party, issued two months ago. He
April and
May June, 1881, use a homely Western idiom, Don't bite
Mr. Stokes; now lends its attraction to the and, whereas, an execution has been issued man ; he had no extravagances, and .off was considerably chilled by his failure to
place. against him for costs in a case entitled, U.' he had a good wife. And yet he leaves next you can chaw -Orange County arouse interest, and pushed ahead as if anx-

The recent ball held in Mr. Dan IliggiiiIi A. Haley etal, vs. G. Srark et al, said suit to nothing. How is that? It seems to be Reporter. ious to gettu the last line. When Mr. Ma-
having out of the
grown appointment by
thant's new building, was enjoyed by all the Governor of the State of Mr. Stark as the curse of journalism, the constant wear 1)ted. hone arose to read his essay, a venerable

who attended it. The music was made by Mayor under an act of the Legislature. and tear, that it destroys all power of lengthened On Wednesday January 30th, 1884, at I, ex-statesman remarked : "If Virginia must

talent of Jacksonville, and seemed inspiring Resolved. That the bill of costs in said case, concentration, and that thrown so Gordons Bluff, near St. Marys at the residenceof be slandered she could not be more fortu-
awaken and the costs of the execution, he ordered much in contact with his son Mr. D. W. Buck, MR. GEORGE
enough to the toe of minister and people to whom the nate in the self-condemning of
this appearance
paid by Council. said bill amounting HORATIO BUCK, formerly of Port Jefferson,
"Iii ard. The ball is to be repeated at an to $21.10 and presented by Mr. Stark to this spending of money is no object, they unconsciously L. I., aged 67 years and 10 months.Mr. her calumniator." Mahone's pages of false

early day Board. imbibe the same habits, and George Horatio Buck, lately deceased accusations, whiningly intoned, fell flat on

Mrs. Moore, of Green Cove, paid a short fritter away money heedlessly on the im- at St. Marys, and formerly a residentof his hearers, and when he sat down the eloquence ] -

visit to Mrs. W. A. Mahoney, of our town, llotet Arrivals. pulse of the moment. After a heavy drainon Port Jefferson, L. I., was for many yearsof of silence on the Democratic side,

recently.On EGMONT.- their purses, a man, when his bodily his active life connected with the City of was his only answer. The resolutions and

last Wednesday ht a thief enteredthe Miss Hannah Passed, Allegheny, Pa ; Miss vigor and health is still intact and his mind Brooklyn, and in the recent historical paint- nreanIble. nnn ___ were u _._ nc1ontJ---L.--->ll h1.J' .!l. ch.t't;......" .1'.J n..h.

.Boothe House and stole a fine gold Lizzie Chipley, J E Shaw and wife. Pitts- bright, always has the possibility and the ing, ordered by the corporation of that cityto vote, thirty-three to twentynine.In .

-WatCh from- :\Ir. Uoacliman. Mr. Will bur.. *. "Win Psinnnn. T_ n T.. Adnnlc_ ___.u_, _P_Sf.ptiltatt__I''' ''
Kelly lost a few dollars. On the D Arkerly, Jacksonville; D Adams, Mrs work, and thus the dance goes merrily on. notony of the bill
same night T C Durant, W W Durant, T L Jacobs, Mrs Mr. Buck occupied a prominent place. day was by a

wine other houses were entered, as the W H Hamilton, Mrs:: Kenyon, Miss Kenyon After an unusually heavy outgo of money Several blocks of houses richly orna- fiery attack on newspaper correspondents,

doors were found open next morning to the W C H Hamilton, E W Moseman, Jesse J ;I the whip is applied to flagging spirits and mented, were built from his designs, and from Mr. Keifer. who has lately complainedthat

surprise of the Coppinger, F Lewis, John Boardman, Jr, mental and thus whatever the deficiency certain
occupants. Whether all this and wife, J Scheeley, John H Knight W C powers: the very handsome carvings, still to be seen representatives of the press

tfastlie work of one thief, or more, we can't Thornton, Geo M Swan, New York ; Rev, C there may be is supplied. Thus it in many of them, were either the. work of were in league against him because of his

say, but from the boldness of it we judge J T Huntington and wife, Hartford, Conn ; goes on from week to week, from month to his hands, or issued from his ateliers His refusal to lobby a scheme in which they

the doer had some knowledge of the several H C Tucker and wife, Mrs Mary Disston, month, from year to year, until finally most prominent work, however, in conection were interested, through the last Congress.The .
premises visited This, tho' a seldom Disston, Master Harrv Diss- mental-activity does not respond to the spur bitterness of the onslaught was directed
oc- ton, Wm H Wight and wife, C J Milne and with Brooklyn, was the colossal Statue of

currence, should be a caution to the people. wife Arthur Parker, Philadelphia ; Edw S I I of necessity, and then th.e'poor, fellow. is.., .Justice_ upwards of eighteen; feet high, against General Boynton, of the Cincinnati

The turpentiners are taking this brief op Isliam Miss A E Isham, Henry P Isham, flung aside-of no more,value than'a broken-. which dominates the City: Hall l, and is still Commercial Gazette, who recently denied Mr. .

portunity of fair weather to burn off the W B ,White Win J and Whaling wife. Mrs Porter,John Miss Williams .down race ',horse'J ;.._ ,, and. only.fit1 for literary the, most conspicuous? landmark in Brook Keifer's charges of corruption through a
Chicago Hen '
grass. derson ; ? hack worlc. One seesso many t>f these men, Besides domestic newspaper article. The immediate -
Flushing, LI; W B Homer and lyn. and decorative architecture -. provocation

So sooner do you begin to say nice things wife, Virginia; \V Tr 'i1yon, Brooklyn' Y ;'' these brOlcen-down, ., literaryjaccfhorses-. : : ; men Mr. Buck obtained many excellent ]- i of Mr. Keifer's speech was the introduction -

about the weather than it becomes unpleasant Thos W Baldwin and 'wife, Bangor, Me ;' G "whose'names were a power in editorial sanc commissions, during from of a resolution asking ,that a special ..
many years
again. How like S Heron, St Paul Minn ; A C Horpes, E D tums. They w.efe not rakes, nor gamblers, committee be appointed investigate ":-.f: e
of entirely the girl Horpes, Stillwater ;,, C J3 Sears and wife, the Government, in connection with orna- .. : .to t
steen. \y. C. C. Circleville, 0 ; C J Baker and wife, Geo-R nordruhk'ards, and yet they:: are poor, and mental carvings and designs for the figure charge of attempted corruption-, made by .

The Clark and wife L'Densse, Baltimore; Mrs R dnring the'few remaining. years of their lives heads of ships of war, etc. Of, late years, Mr.Keifer against H. V. Boynton, and to "

TO the Cattle Ordinance. L Daskell, Newark; N J; C H Hopkins and can scarcely earn enough to keep body and both in our own and foreign services this 'report the result of its discoveries to the m
Editor wife California W ,
A Aiken
of the
Florida Ga
Mirror ; Augusta, ; soul
together. Fortunately the Press Club 'House. While Mr.
In your last issue take the aesthetic J Lehman, Savannah ; A Galpin, J E Har-' fashion is passing away, more ,especiallysince Keifer was speaking
you has a burial plot of its own at Cypress Hill General Boynton sat in the
view of the riman and wife J H WarnerAppleton, Wis; the introduction ,of iron ship-building. uneasily press

and cow question-such as orange Peter Fisher, M A Fisher, Sayevijle, N J ; Cemetery. But for that, the remains, of Still so recently as two since the gallery and heard himself denounced as a
jrees roses in the streets. I pass over C Lamb and wife, A Lamb and wife, W E many a bright-fellow on the press of"New' years liar and slanderer.
we question of danger to children from: the Young, wife and child Clinton, Ia ; R 'V carving of the largest figure head and.col-
fact that not one has Beck, Cincinnati; Mrs John T Mitchell York might now be resting in Potter's Pield: brated ,ornaments 'ever designed in this Speaking of bill day reminds me that :Mr. t

ever been seriously Miss A Mitchell Miss W Mitchell Another,noticeable event'in the criminal Bennett, of North Carolina offered bill
burt, and a Miss G country-eras placed in his. hands, and executed a to '
trust her mother who is brave enough to Mitchell, St Louis ; Utley. Rome, NY; MissH history of New York .is.the conviction of: with his accustomed skill. This work prevent the inter-marriage of the white and

little ones in streets where all dogs Lathrop, Seneca Falls, NY; Wm B Moran Mother Mandelbanm and forcing li negro races in the District of Columbia, sug-
are free cannot fear a We and wife, Miss Leland, Miss Dner, M H Dill, rpa .(designed for the celebrated five-masted gested probably by the recent marriage of .
cow. all know
that more than wife and son, Miss Camilla R Hutton, Richmond over $6,000 to a man from whom silks had schooner built .at Buffalo, on the lakes, Fredenck Douglass to a white woman of

a dog on these one child has been,bitten,,by Ind; John D Dwyer, Boston ; J F been stolen to that amo'nnt two years 'ago; three years since), extended over forty feet, this city.

of streets I return now to that Marston, A Hildreth, Henry Richter, Columbus which she purchased, and for the value of The committees reported back a large .
beauty.. What adds more to the beauty 0 ; Avery, Saginaw, Mich ; E J which he sued her. Mother Mandelbaumhas and was of a highly elaborate character. number of bills on Wednesday, but the sessions '" .
of Snow, Jr, Bath, Me ;, R C Winneston and Finding his health succumbing to the rigorsof of both_Houses, were cut short by the

fnflfc inVawPethanafine* milch cow Braz- wife, Ocala, Fla. for the last ten or fifteen years been the Northern winters, he had lately come to obsequies of Mr. Mackey, held in the hall of '

milk lovely as a Pitcher full of most notorious "fence" receiver of stolen reside at his sou's, Mr. D. "W. Buck's place, the House, which the Senate attended in a .

n on the tea table, as the chil- Wendell Philipps, the great Abolitionist, goods in the city. She is rated to be worth St. and there body.In .
come in near Marys, surrounded by
t, holding out their little his home in Boston the House, the debate on the Fitz-John
Oh mugs: died at on Saturday about a million;all made in this nefarious the members of
I113.mtua family peacefully ,Porter bill was resumed on Friday, and con-
me some milk." night last, of heart disease. business. When a thief was in trouble he he breathed his last. tinued on Saturday. 1


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f :. .i"; l I\t be inspired by revelat'o: i rafter than \1 a romantic dream than an episod,. ._ heroic, and the calmness of her manner '[ The Appian
... based on reason. His devotion had ,n |I real life; and the serenity of her spirit: surprisedall
I I, ,-'! TOWN._:" it something verging on fanaticism; he A common friend, Mile. A. R., who who were admitted to her intimacy.: I The Appian Waywas the great south-
I was more ascetic in his habits, more visited them at this time; remarked to We knew afterward that it was the se- ern road from Rome leading throuo-h
With fork in hand,
one Bummer day,
i flaking a feint of tossing hay, heedless of hl.: own lom.ort, than a another common :friend, little thinking renity of irrevocable resolve, a re01eneither i |Capua to Brundusium, and was built
I The gay young man who came from townTa'kedwfch I| monk of the middle ages. 1 how soon and how terribly her prevision in life nor in death to be t-e1 a- 312 B. C. The manner of its building

i With hazel eyes a maiden and chestnut small and hair brown. I Firmly believing in the regenerative: would be verified, that the affection rated from him sue loved.At !, s showed that the ancients understood
!!; And quiet way and modest air; j\i force ii < f ideas, he attributed t'o much of the Franjolis was greater than nine o'clock'on the morning of I t the art, and their method of con,true.I
:' That:yr did her he blush seem was to care quick or and know voice i importance to the moral perfection of life itself, and that neither could outlive August 7, Andre, after cruel sufferings; : i I tion might be adopted to-day. Thev
For merely to flirt with the maiden brown was I i the individual! and ton little to the reform the other. But love had quenched closed his eyes forever. "It is fin- cut two parallel furrows'to indicate its
,i Was the aim of the gay young man from town., ', institutions which, as p >!it', eal neither their revolutionary ardor nor ished," said Eugenie, turning to a friend I width, and then they removed the earth

At nooning next the young man eat science teaches, arc the most powerful their loyalty to the great cause in who was with her; "his troubles are till they came to the hard bottom, und
.. Benea'h an apple tree-sour at that. i I factors in the moral regeneration of which their friends were engaged and over. I am content." Then she arranged began construction; with sand.
And chat'ed with Susy(such her name) 'I manlc'nd. While others discussed the to which they devoted their lives. the chamber Carefully, as if she It was paved with stone the hard"st
About 'ity from whence le: earn'?,
Its long,wide avenues, b..lildings vast, j!i! relative: value of insurrectional attempts Their happiness became even a reproach expected a solemn visit, and dismissed that could be found, which, alter he, "to'
Its ease and luxury un-jur; ase: u .I and reacefnl propaganda. Andre was to them, and they burned to her friend with the remark that, afterso smoothed and polished, were cut in car

Drooped While she low, with each a bashful eyelid over rand. its eye shy, preaching to his 3 oung disciples, in seat part in the mortal struggle with many sleepless nights, she felt the responding angles so as to bite; together;
A deep flush reddening leatu-e8 brown son and out of season, the necessity of despotism which had now become one need of rest. When left to herself she in jointures without the 'ution of
At words of the gay young man from town. personal:: example and an austere morality of acts as well as of words. They contrived sat down and wrote a letter of farewellto copper or any other metal to bind thin

"- Some days he had spent in this) rural spot, as a means of winning converts a plan of escape. In February, her friends. This done, she sat making a perfectly smooth road v d hi 'h
i Where health' was plenty. and sty'e was not; I IL t.: to soe aHsm. In this way he acquired: 1879, they left Solvitchegodiv, and down on the bed where lay the corpse, overtwo thousand years of the :: eavi.-st.
Had left his club and his Ir,enls b"hiad I i immense in 'uiice over the youth of St. after a long and perilous j journey had kind of
,i For life that was true-and uneoaflaed succeeded swallowed a large dose that she wear has no -rokcn or m.'t:! dally j.
I 1 With study (the latest novel) wprn Pete sburgjieft. and Odessa where in reaching St. Petersburg, brought with tier from Russ'a, and, injured. To-day th road is :smooth
1 t With less of his hunting-dog1 forlorn. he labored incessantly.When where they were at once affiliated lying down, drew over herself the and good, and will le or ages.
And because of a sal dispute he had
t With his "governor"-thus he styled his dad. as in Russia, a propaganda to the organization known as the N ar- same cloth with which she had veiled The famous road was constme.1 y ,
i All this he explained to the maiden brown has to Le conducted secretly, and from odnaio Volia. the face of her dead husband. An hour Appius Claudius, and it has imnporttlize .
.' r With a sigh this gay young man .-om tOWI1.i man to man, a capacity in the missionary The difficulties and dangers which later, when a member of the household' him. The "Appian Way* will be

,i TIrst days then weeks and where Susy went for attracting personal sympathy is always beset the Nth of conspirators, in which they had dwelt entered the :; 'known after the deeds of Caesar ar forgotten -
\ The steps of the gay young man were bent of supreme importance. It would be especially in Russia, were greatly increased chamber of death, Eugenie: though unconscious 1; and which is as it should he.
i s As And chanced sentiment to many followed a man irtfnar of men then.: difficult to find anywhere a man who in the case of the Franjolis by still lived, but it was impossible I'1 Appius did something for the men and
!i, For he found saw pulses quicken und stir possessed this precious gift in the same the state of Andre's health. His naturally I to save her, and at three o'clock mules of all time. This i i- a hint for

And Whenever learned he alone or to thought'dream and of hsr.s'gh, degree as Franjoli. The enthusiasm not robust constitution, after in the afternoon she breath her last. !I some American who is th:rating after
Or stammer and blush when *h9 was nigh; which was the principal trait of his suffering from the fatigues and privations Husband and wife were laid side by immortal.ty. Let him build a good
The eyes and blush of the maiden brown character, together with a winning inseparable from the life of an side in the communal cemetery, and road from somewhere to somewhere,
,, Had captured the gay young man from town. manner and natural kindness of heart, active propagandist, had become still I followed to the grave by many mourners and get his name tacked upon it. The

So he told his love, and as he bent made all Who knew him his devoted further enfeebled by his long imprisonment who knew the touching story of I "Smithian Way" would.J he more enduring -
He In hope told her and" the fear real to ask consent friends: and he, on his part, loved his and he never fully recovered their lives. | ]i than a lath and plaster female seminary
He La 1 cast his home reason ani: kinsfolk why by: comrades, his pupils and his fellow- from the effects of his terrible leap from In the Franjolis the party has lost: i or a scat in Congress.It .
His father had bade him settle in life. wor .ers with all the passion of a Chris- the railway carria c. He was affected two of its most devoted members: is a narrow street but as vehicles
And Who had did chosen not stand for him on her a proper worth wife alone, tian zealot who sees in his converts with chronic anemia and a disease of but their deaths will not have been in may pass without interference, it is wide
With a rich old father, and cash of her own," bre hren in the Lord, children of his the bones, and the physicians whom he vain, and their friends will never forget enough.However.
But he fled from her and his father's frown Divine Master, and coheirs of a Heavenly consulted at St. Petersburg were able them. "They were noble representatives I it is a depressing road and
And found his fate afar from town.
inheritance. toatl'ord him but little present relief, ," said one of their mo t intimate one which one having no business but
The maiden listened well the while In 1874 Franjoli. abandoning his life and not much hope of ultimate recov friends in his funeral oration, the investigation of the ancient, does

And Her over father her she features told him came had a a smile.plan in the towns, took a place as a village J ery. The life of a revolutionist who of the Noradnaio Volia party. Let us not care to pass over but once. Every
To make her wife to a pay young man schoolmaster in the province of had to be perpetually on the move, and think of them as often as possible; let I foot of it is sacred to the memory of
I "who did not stand cn his worth alone, Tchernigov, in order' to begin a social to hide where he could, was moreover: the recollection of their heroism and I some man or event, and it is lined its
With Reputed n rich he old was father a handsome and cash catch of ;his own;" propaganda among the peasants. Aftera j altogether incompatible with the care, devotion encourage and strengthen us. whole length with tombs or rather the
But she objected to such a match. few months' activity in his new sphere \attention and regimen which his case 1 o those who arc not of us their lives +I, i ruins of tombs. It was the favorite

Had And,fled afraid to her to face old nurse her father's here from frown town. of duty, he was arres'cd under suspi- imperatively demanded, and Andre I and their deaths oval: not only show I I! to bury the great dead, or rather
cion of teaching revolutionary doctrines f grew worse and worse. how Nihilists love one another, but how I I along its length were built the tombs
He stared; she smiled. Around her waist When he was led away by two gendarmes A friend-one of the editors of the t ,ey love their cans-Geneva fox, in which were to embalm their memories
*His'In arm'pp'teof in Ipvin will:we way must he placed.confess all the village, 1. en and women, Na7"O'lnaio Volia-relates that in December I London Daily AV/zw. forever.
The old folk triumph nevertheless; old and young notwithstanding: the 1880, when'he went to warn < s V -- "Forever!" How little men who have
And It seems lived we to ran love from love day away, terror with wi.ich a Russian peasant Franjoli that his whereabouts had become Fair Play. the insane notion of living in memory
And, plighted going,another back again; always regards the emissaries of the known to the police, and that he "forever" comprehend the ml'alJ'n of
Our sires w11l1aulrh at u*what then? law-accompanied Franjoli, silently and must instantly remove to fresh quarters I "Sir, you predicted a frost for the the word! Thousands of men prom.i.ent/
Were"Tis better the words far to of laugh the gay than young frown"man from mournfully, for !several miles on his 1 he could hardly walk, and it was night of the 21st of September," said in their day d'ed expecting to lie re-
town. road, and, when they let him, looked only by a sort of miracle that they contrived I an-old farmer as he entered the Signal membered forever," and
"homos Dunn English, in JV. Y. Ledger the blessings they dared not utter./And I : to evade the spv by whom they Ojii'je:: at Cleveland two, or three days tombs were built to hold their :aps.: .

l later, when magistrates and officers were tracked. Yet, despite his sufferings later. and inscriptions upon them record their
,, A NIHILIST[ ROMANCE. went to the village to search for proofs i aggravated by the dangers to "Yes sir." names and deeds, and after a lapse of
against Franjoli, not a single witness: which he was exposed, and the entreaties "And it didn't: come?' two thousand years all that is left of
Not very long since a brief paragraph could be induced, either by promises or of his fellow-workers, he refused to. "No, sir." them is a mass of ruins which travelers'

in the Geneva papers mentioned, threats to testify against him, albeit he retire from the contest. In the courage "Well, that prediction caught me punch about with their canes, after
in the guarded language which it is the had earned on his propaganda freely, of this young man, stricken with a with eight hundred bushels of apples on I I which they go back to their hotels and
local usage to employ in such cases, the and almost without disguise, in the mortal malady, as weak as a child, and tIC: trees, and I sold the lot for half read up their histories, or pretend to,
tragical deaths of a Russian revolutionist strce's, at village fetes and friendly with the look of a corpse, there was pr cc." in the guide book. "Forever" is a
and his wife. le had died of a gatherings, as well as at communal j something superhuman and almost sub- "Sorry, sir, but the bureau is sometimes long time. It is better to live for the
painful and lingering illness, through meetings and from house to hou-.e. 1 lime. : mistaken." immediate present, for the forever"is
} which his wJfe had i nursed him with Three years and a half he was kept 1 i Not being able to move about, Fran- "\\ ell, I want you to help me out of ] unattainable for the greatest. There
heroic devotion, and within an hour of in prison without trial. and in the end I j joli took always-thV josition of house it. The chap who got my apples has were forgotten Napoleons and Caesars
his death f she: was found lying by his the Judges, in default of sufficient evidence ]master in the Conspirationy Koartirvthat forty acres of taters. If you will only long before the.Appian Way was! built,
I side, also dead, and both were covered to convict him, were compelledto 1 is to say, in the.rooms in which the predict: a regular freeze-up for to-mor- and there are Caesars and Napoleons
with the same winding-sheet. Knowing pronounce him not guilty. On this 1 terrorists met to receive their orders and row night 1 kin get them taters for tenet coming who will takethe place of those
something of the ways of Russian he was exiled, by administrative order, 'discuss their plans. Holders of this position < uts! bushel, and come out all solid." whom we now worship. As childrenare

refugees, it struck me that this event to Solvitchegodiv, a small town in tae : j are invariably exposed to great Bull. Street Nel.lJJ being born every day, and always
was the denouement of some terrible far Xorth. On his way thitheFr:moli: I (danger by reason of the coming and --- J- will be, immortality is rather a difficult
story of real life. I made inquiries, and of the and the to achieve Time has been roll-
male an attempt to escape. whi'h:: well 1 going conspirators, risk A Useful Animal.A thing
a Russian gentleman who was intimately !i: nigh cost him his li e.VhIle his uar- 1 thereby incurred of attracting the noticeof big on, time will roll on, and timeis
acquainted with the unhappy dians were sleeping he jumped from ( the police or their spies. short time since. according to one a great en ulfer. It oval wear out

pair was good enough to communicate I' !hp w'ndow of a railway carna 'e, but Now that both are gone there is no of our Chicago contemporaries, an assessor the greatest; eds and swallw up the
to me the following narrative, which, be was so badly hurt that he could not i reason why it should not be known that I whose business it was to collect vastest renown. Yet there are fio! *
besides being in itself deeply interesting I the, and the next morning: the gendarmes i in the house of Franjolis was made the t taxes on dogs called at the residence of who, with their eyes turned toward
throws a vivid light on the causes when they returned to the spot, i dynamite destined to blow up the mine a gentleman on whose front porch a I posterity, feel good at being elected to
Russian discontent and the characterand : found him lying where he had falen.! i iHo on March 13, 1880, and that Andre and I terra-cotta bull-dog was reposing, and a State Legislature, and many mn
methods of the enthusiasts who I was then taken to the hospital of his wife superintended the making of ; demanded two dollars. When questioned +'II take great pride in being made Sc re-
whatever we may think of the means >ol\itchegodiv, and after being discharged the bombs which were used with such I as to the applicability of the lawto I tary of a county political convent on
they occasionally employ, aro men of 'took up his quarters in the :fatal effect on Katarina Canal., this particular case, he said: "It's a I -lJ. R. Locke in Toledo Blade.
truly heroic mold, and never hesitate to town. There he met ?>:IHe.[ Eugenie ;, Demenico Gue razzi. an Italian !I dog, ain't it? Well, then, that's all ., ...
sacrifice all hold dear for the ad 'I I've got to know. Tax, two dollars."
Zadadray, wh se acquaintance he had writer, describes battle between Cor- The Latest Mississippi Story.
,, vancement of the cause to which they made when she was one of the accusedin sican p.atriots'and French lOre much The man paid the tax. We do not un-
have:: devoted themselves. These men. the trial of the 193. superior in .umber in whic i the | dertako to ay whether or not this story I In Yazoo County, Miss a party of
.. the soi-disant Nihilists, are known inWestern i j is true. but if it isn't it ought to be. I punters killed] a deer that had :a human:
wounded formed
It is sometimes said: that contrasts are Corsicans: wit! their j I i
1 Europe chielly as a political barricad,' to i That dog had saved its owner a great skull impaled onto prong of his horn,
mutually attractive. Perhaps th s bleeding bodies' $ protect i
of extraord; and may j two dollar bills. The ; to be that of The
l :: party nary energy be true yet it is muc more -tiiral: their comrades from,the bullets o' tile I many wandering supposed a negro.
( source, engaged in a mortal re-I tramp, on predatory thof ghts intent, prong had entered the cavity occupiedin
! that unimon sympathies should 1 IJI 1 ::1. : foe and enable the survivors to con: thue
", with a truculent despotism. They are had glan :ed at it, reno,:i.g but with life by the eye, and had grown up
bond o! union and,a cause of lo 'e..n'1 the struggle. No less heroic was t e
men whoso exploits} from time to time there are natures that can nevc'm- !' conduct of the two Franjolis. He hard head erect and attent ears on the front around the bone showing the skull
;.:. thrill: the world with and whose ) ] piazza, and Gad passed This had not been There
horror able on. was a I put on recently.
pathize with their site na'u e-, ly to move from his bed the house I I
: courageous deaths extort even the admiration oPP positive: saving; but there wen also: I I are various conjectures as to how it :got
contrasts irritate and
f. '; of their foes. It is only on Those<::e are the natures that Heinrich epel. I full of deadly explosives, not knowing what might he termed negative sa,"ings. there, but the most prevalent opinion is
rare occasions that the veil which Heine would have called what a day might bring forth. liable at This dog had never eaten the leg: oil a that the animal was wounded and
: 1 shrouds the mystery of what may be whose peculiarity is to attach them-;, I any moment to a visit from the police, favorite pair of boo's, i or chewed the brought to bay by a negro, and had
called their home lives (albeit few of I and neither able to escape himself nor stuffing out of a fifty dollar lounge, norupset killed the latter in the conflict] which ensued -
selves the ,
not to be uti
;! them have homes) is withdrawn; for conventionally destroy the damning evidence which a big Jananse hall vase that costa :: ; the prong entering the eye and
fill and but
to abstract
charming .an
: i 8, the Nihilists say little of themselves, ideal which <:iominates and absorbs would have insured his death on t >te cool hundred. Neither had he alien piercing the brain. The body of the
and it is not in the nature.of things tha them to the point of fanaticism anti in scaffold. She watching over her husband ated his owner's best friend by seizingand deer showed other wounds. He was
the outer world should know day after day, hardly ever dar'ug the lower calf.
. '; what they tolerance. Whether he firmly holding portion of about as large as a two-year-old -
; : do not choose to reveal. One of thesei possessed one to venture from his side; listening even his attire when he visited t he house, nor Memphis (1 enn.) Seimeter.
i -' occasions was the death of Andre Fran- of those natures or not it was similarity in the watches of the night for the foot- caused his mistress' callto go unreturned .
i joli and his wife, and my informant possessed of character and community of if!teas fall of the enemy and the summons to because of the t -rror with wh'ch "Papa, can't I go to the store and
';. full knowledge of the romantic that' kindled the intens < sympa hywh admit the emissaries of the Czar: living:: he inspired her lady visitors. He never .I get me a new dress?" "Why, child",

f' ,and touching story of their lives. This quickly developed itself between in instant expectation of death, for boin involved his master in a light or a lawsuit you have got plenty of good dresses."
mire and the 'fair of his
! :.' g mleman, I may add, has himself companion carried poison,and were, tinny resolved, never spoiled his clothes or his I I "Yes, papa, but they are out of style.
hit! for
Eugenie the
I : 5: belonged to same come
,. played: an important part in the Russian : if the summons should come, to die temper by running between his legs and "Nonsense, girl! the trees always !
exalted and.enthusiastic him- rather than be taken. I out in the same style everY sprin .don t !
1 I revolutionary movement; nobody,_is.. type as upsetting him in playful glee, nor gave
: better acquainted than he with Under, self. Like him she had suffered bonds But great as was their love for each him the hydrophobia by licking a .I they?" "Yes, papa and"they always
.. I l' :: ground Russia," and his name is not ; .and imprisonment, and like him she other, their devotion'to that which they scratch on h s hand. With the possible: I look green, too." "All right, go to

J i nknown in England. I give the story. ,. was still spend and be spent i in believed to be their duty was even grl'3t-i exception of the last mentioned item, the store and get a ress."JJoston
word for word, as he gave'it to me: the cause to which both had consecrated,, er. Eugenie: with the full consent of these are all things that, any live bulldog Post. :

'. ;.,,. \ Andre Franjoli, born in one of the their lives.: Soon the mutual sympathy her;, husband, placed herself unr ese Vis !- of spirit-and who would have another Y -A dancing--- .-'or, being
f! ..'""1 E a -k->"fea provinces::_despite his name,* grew into an .overmastering ,love. and ly at the d'sposal of Executive Coin kind-is prety certain to do. interviewed. -says-Uie.Profes ,dancing upon of tb,'
hih 1! ;II'N ,.of4: ; il ssian'parents-: : one of the old-, 'became one of those great passions that mittee, and oeered to go whithersoever When in addition to all these advantagesof present time'is ,not dom on' the toes: ,
A f,end most.respfected_members:'of ..ourvninjr 'r absorb the entire being and consume her services, might be most useful: to the terra-cotta animal is reckoned the but fiat footed, so that i is is not &Ttiguing
1 ", revolutionary party. Although, all. the forces of the souL the cause. But none had the heart 'o saving on ordinary meals, there is, no, ,, 1 but; merely a healthful exceed e.
sit: 'th, time In: rely \rentY-one.Years.old: Attachments of this ardent sort are require from them 0 so terrible a sacr more room for discussion as to his su Fathers of.unruly" however, -a)'
:I "; : Jh.*> too ; 1 part in the great propagandist t much more common among Nihilists fice, and they remained, together to the I periority. This Chicago man. valuedhis that dancing is still dune on the t,'e s
:,' :3iu>\'. uient of 1872-3, which opened in than might be supposed. Men and last;' highly that he 'cheerfully especially: the has a buckle on
: ; Russia the era of revolution. It was women, meet as companion-at-arms, After the death of Alexander II. they 1.I paid his two dollar tax; but it is probable the end.-Chicago strap Inter lcean.
t a time of vague I'et'noble yearnings f they combat in the ,same ranks, share left St. Petersburgh-which had become I} that'if all dog-ownerswonld restrict t I ---- -
1 '11< -' a visionary socialism-of dreams of universal the same view, gain the same reward. more, dangerous: than ever, ,-for the. I themselves to,this variety; the kind and -Rosa Bonneur is sixty-one: : years
: C happiness to,be obtained by the ,The complete equality that prevails be south of ,Russia: and from thattime; indulgent law-maker would remit tax I, old, but is said to be full of energy and
j sole force of teaching and example tween the sexes, and the sense of ever- forth, ;owing to Andre's increas'ngweakness on.dogs entirely. in excellent health. In conversation
t Franjoli accepted the new faith with all L ,present danger, to which all alike are they were unable'to take any : We are glad to see the use of these I with a young artist not long ago she.
1 the ardor of youth. A missionary'by exposed, render that lofty and romantic further part inthe revolutionary move- t animals extending. The perfection of said: "My dear, you can't afford to Ignore
vocation and conviction, impressionable love sung by poets much more frequent ment. Early in the present year it I the art employed in making them leavesnothing !i the opinion of the world, even m

,: .,;. and passionate, enthusiastic; to"exaltation in, the wild and inflammable was deemed expedient forthem to leaveRussia 'to be desired in the way"f I small things.' If you do, you ar? sure
1 t ', he personified that_ religious .world: of; Nihilism than in the world of, and inl\Iay: last they arrived in I, aesthetic fitness, while their advantages I,: to suffer. It doesn't'pay to be e"cen,
idea"which, despite their professed rnV ;restraint and convention. Of this sort Geneva, where they received a warm : over the ordinary bull-dog, or any other tile, even if your eccentricity helps,oa
i ?, : ,teria'.ism the lead'ng.mot've: of the' 1 wdre the loves of Andre and Eugenie: welcome from many old and faithful ;: dog, are so many and so various. that no along in your studies., You must"JT :<
.:' .:apostles ,ot.-Russian: _revolution His 2Thq first months of their umon were the friends. But death was written in An i reasonable person would hesitate for an member that all studies are a.means tx
;' ",- fatty in the redemption of tie oppressed liappie'st'theyhsd ever known or conceived dre's face, and none who saw him could : instant to make the substitution and rid an end: ,and you are,to sacrifice nothing,
: and the future o: humr.nity: seemed to -or were destined to knowand doubt that the end was near. Eugenienever the world of a nuisance.-N. T. Mail ;I nothing whatever, that can defeat or
seemed to- both. rather- the realization" of- left his side; her devotion was grad Express. hinder that end.-N.: T.: Graphic.j .

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Western Tleir of Eastern Tourists. The SelMIelpful Young Woman. Professional and Business Cards. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC..ESPAnLII1EI ;,

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wear black caps pulled down There came down on a northern train n -- ---
The men n.:. LKltOY JOXE3.
over their heads till the bands touch the other day a girl whose case l as'a JI.i.9 WH E ALE AND gTA1L 2! ) 187;.

their shirt collars, and dusters so long:as good deal of interest to all of us because HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, A !i B n __

almost sweep the ground, and which it is typical.* Bright and pretty, '""'"' -- .
to are creased: and limp as if they had been well educated and well bred, she came :lAiurth, yt., bet\v..'e't Centre an-1 Alaehtui, :...." !, DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES

used to sweep the car oor. One man from a Vermont village to work in a ;J C
tourist always looks like 'everv other! Massachusetts factory, and her frank )
His costume IS a disguise, talk to I 2
tourist. traveling companion >H & co.
man: taustvere! + n-ofui;'tviuv! <*r nitrhr.awi: .. ,
talk and of abundant food for reflection. "I -
his manners, way haveto I.
just as .JtMidiK( iiinus.uHlvji"Ut, : extra ciiar;;e.iKlire .
living on a tour give him an identity take care of myself." she said, "andin iOur.1.. Ill' ftl.ISi S ; ,.. !n. 1 ;. -- -- ----- -- --- --, .
diflerent from that which belongs to the place I lived there was absolutely .a i 7 en S. 2: I Iv''eWM. I :
}him at home. But if the men are com- nothing for girls like me to do except --.- _.-._- --- -.----- I i A. B. OYES, o PHARfi1ACISTS ,IT

oni11a.Le and uninteresting, it may be teaching and sewing; circumstames n! nO'. f:. :'L-T: !:!, I "" :> --- -- --" --

said of women tourists that they look prevented my teaching, even If, I could -- .I I -DEALER IXOB -- -
dowdvish. They wear on their heads get a school at the small pay, and with r -' erg W fVntre Street
shapeless "walking" hats of a style the needle can barely keep body: and _z r--, I

fashionable 1 some Vears: sgo adorned soul together. So I come here;" what -roo :--> i i| Family Supplies, I 5CJ 1"!:RX\ ])]XA, FLORIDA.

",'t11 dullhuedrtl ]c13.1 flowers, whichhave else can I do? If I 0'0 to a large city ,,..J.. : .
mashed Tat while the owners and have the good luck to find employ- ::: :::; I1
been 7: = HEAVY GROCERIES, C cnnstant'v! on hand a tinyts t on-
have I cen,; aga nst t he backs of ment at all it must almost i erta nly bo --. -- & i iH : ::: KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
car seats or on. convenient shoulders. at very low wages and that ,would .;; ;-:,: I and DOMESTIC

The woman tourist who pcks: her way mean a cheap boardin.;-llOuse, cheap .z- < I Hay and Grain ,
in slippers from: the car to thelimng- society, and a 1 f e hardly worth ha\'ing. ------------ --- & Drugs and Chemicals
I am everywhere at a disadvantage because B. C. DUKYEE.ENERAL w i i, eH ,

husbands' I am a woman; it sometimesseems 3fSf SHIP STORES- s 5 .
[\ is "mussed11 into a thousand lumps and to me that women are a supertlu- ('1_ COMMISSION MEltCIIAN", Z = Homoeopathic and Patent Medlt-ine?.

folds, and has streaks of dust and cinders ity in the world altogether. Yes, I
on it running in every direction.; knpw that women who take care of CENTRE B'r.EAR !IL R. DEPOT, 1 Furniture, .--.. Proprietary anal Farcy foods'

two characteristics aside themselves are not infrequently happ'erthan
There are
; from slovenliness which mark tl>e those who are married, but the Stoves, JfX ARTICLES,
: The' first is that her is a'hard and it
woman tourist.: taking care job, oughtto Hay, Corn. Oats
face i is utterly} devoid or complexion, be ea.::er. I don't like to go into a' Paints, ;, .: PKRFl'MERY: SOAPS ETC'.

and the second that instead of speaking mill and do little stupid work all day W. K. KAUKNIOIIT.AGENT. O Crockery: ,
she always squeaks. long, and I hope in time to find something 00 ...... IX GREAT VARIETY.

When a mob of tourists have assaulted better, but if I were a man I r./1 Hardware, S
the dining-room they take possessionof could find something now. There is a I ....
it. There is no <'ne in the diningroom great wrong; I won't pretend to say BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, """'i Willow-Ware. 'I = .JPiJIlth.sieians"; I're! crption4carefully

to be considered: except thoseof what or where it is, but it is some- ANDo ..
compounded with
i lee i. pure Drugs, at
*On r 'a Bfi
their party. And how w 11 they all where. And so she went on, not in ( : + .
know each other! Such familiarity as lamentation; or des ond ngly, but in TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, o reasonable prices.THK .

prevails among them, one would think, deep indignation:: because she was denied BROOM STREET WHARF i-(i
could only be the result of living for an equal chance in the strugglefor O ::
bread and butter. P
years as members of the sam house- V*
- -- ------ H
hold. But they have een acquainted, It was the old story. Every one withan
in most cases, no longer than it takes an acquaintance among women of the LOUIS .\. C. LAXUK: I s

express train to run to Cheyenne from the class indicated who earn their own T1'IIOLSTEItiI Priceua Low a the towear F
wilds of Jersey or Egyptian Illinois. In living-and New England is full of them ADDLI'XII 1IAKXE S-MAKK1: (

the dining-room they clatter he dishes, -has heard it in one shape or another t.4 ENDAILS '
"hist" a the waitress, rattle knives time and again: the supply of the better Foot of Centre Street 0td

and Corks, s' rape chairs noisily: : on the class of female heads and hands is greatlyin ..'.:ilXAXIIXA.: FLORIDA.I'jiruituiv I jf'' FURNITURE !
Ho"T, ta'k from one table to an ther, a excess of any demand, and so the

dozen at a time and make a bedlam of girl on the train was able to find a factory \ ri'juirfd in the 1 hot manner l_ MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY

it beautifully. The meal over, they employing dozens of ot'iers like .l.iir M.ittivws made to ?r.ii-r at sl l,! i discovered, as it is i certain in its-
walk and down the stationplatformin herself in simple manual labor, and her .-.lire. :,ii L11"'Q" TUST RECEIVED THIS effects: and does, not bitter. READ PROOF
up _._ .. ,. ; BELOW.Saved.
is unlike thousands of others. fj week
couples or fours, nr, selecting a "na- case not -- -,-- -- -- -- a new low of

the."' a knot of them will set to work It is useless to say that these women JAM: EN ]Ica51'FeN.4'IONTRACTOt n.- .....c. ,=.i =!I'J -

pumping him. Then their wit and ought to become servants, for they can AND HliILl! ; .. I Chamber Suits, Him 180000..
knowledge out. They kn w they not and will not; they will not because;
crop VVlaeliua-
Parlor Suits ADAM X. Y., January 30, 1S.
fire west of the Missouri River and that of the social aspect of the case; and tannot -;rJ'dI ,
:: Street between .Second and Thr Dr. B. J. Knulnll A" Co.:
they have passed many shanty towns because they are Yankees-there R Tables, Lounges, (IEXTS -Having u>eil a gUIIIllk:11 of your
along the Union Pacific. Therefore, may be good "hired men"' and "hired l they are on the frontier-in the Western girls here, but no genuine New En- "Urlersand estimate from a distance can D Rockers, Chairs, thought I would let you know what it fins
wilds-and they pr.:cce 1 to show slander. ever made a good servant, andit fully attended to. -;,)-1 done fur me. Two years; ajro I I had ass:>|.eedv
that they have left their civilization be- is the servant that is demand d. The ,- ----- ,-- ---. --.--. -- ,. Wardrobes, a eolt a t> wa; ever rlbl.1 in Jetter-nn eonnty11'len .
hind them' It was to* thin to wear old hired help has disappeared. Of I wa.x breaking him I.e kit-kid over
o S. OAKES Bedsteads, the iTo.xhar and z<>\ la>T ;,11I1! tore one oi l his i
there the
this talk course are exceptions to
journey through.Vhen they gen-
hind lej;* all to pieces1 i mplo.vitl! the best
with one of the benighted hen? whose eral rule; many women can be found Springs, Mattresses, farriei. hut they ail l -.aid he was spoiled.He .
experience away from homo has not, with pract>?Tly the same work and CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, rL"' 2"'I'.v.'I bad a very large thonnigh; -ptn, and Iii

pcrchance.been Jim:ted to a sinle:. trip, pay given to men of the same mental mi Zi Pillows, etc., etc. .. "'ed two bottles{ of your Kendall's Spavin

they snigger and giggle and ask whether and physical capacity, and there are individual _-\.Manufacturer: of L ('un'1111 it took the bunch entirely off antI
this town's name is really Siam or women enough who succeed I. CALL AND EXAMINE. he Mild afterwards fur lM'0: (dollars)). I have-

Shanghai: or Shy Ann, and whether better than individuals of the other sex: FLOORING, CEILING, MOLDINGS, ."'" tied it for bone spavinsand win-gallsand
it has cured and left the
who their but the rule I always completely
there is really any town back of the are equals; re -
Phoenix Block, the Inter Ocean Hotel mains. The actual difference will be FANCY SCROLL SAWING, : 1 I FRED W. HOYT !s CO.FURNITURE'. leg It* a splendid medicine for rheiinmtiem.I .

and the opera house? The have }heardall realized by remembering that the edu- have recommended it ton rood many, and
about the cattle business. Wheredo cated man without a family who merely ,i BRACKETS, TCRNED BALUSTERS, they all say it does the work. I was in With-
the ranches begin? Where do the gets a living is thought to be doing! erington & Kneeiand'sdrugi'tore. in Adams,
cowboys keep th<--niseives>> Where are, while the woman who gains NEWEL POSTS; STAIR RAILINGS. I I the other day, and saw a very fine picture
all the Indians? Are there buffaloesnear the same is reckoned doing well. The you sent them. I tried to filly it, but coulc"Viwt !
town? What State is causes of the trouble are complex: ; they *aid if I would write to yon that
a would ('Ill11t' one. I wish you would,
? I there such a Territory as Wyoming enough-custom, prejudice! social pro- A B. XOYES, and you I will do you all the good I can.
? Do the people here ever go East? prieties and other good reasons, and (Successor to W. A. S.\rsoRx), Very respectfully' E. S. LYMAN.
Elevations Floor Plans with estimates
What is the population? Were there what not and the remedy can not be Wholesale and Retail Dealer in -
nerer any trees here Is it always named off-hand, nor will it come in; a furnished at reasonable rates.

hot, or as cold or as wet. or us dry as moment. The best that can be sid is JSf Orders by mail promptly attended to. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, i Kendall's Spavin Cure.
to-day? But the bell rings. there is a that the improvement actually made in Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5

scramble for the car steps, the tourists the last generation promises well for __u_ _n _. CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, OX HUMAN FLESII.

disappear into the doorways of the the future, and meantime it is a pity F "W. A.NSLEY7 Comer of Second and Centre Streets, near
12 !.
sleeping: cars note books are soon in that those who are the real sutVerers:: do Steamboat Landing.FERXAXDIXA VEVAY. JSD., August 188
Dr. B. J. Kendall fr Co.
hand and many interesting data con I not oftener make their complaints heard. ;. FLORIDA. GEXTS Sample' < of circulars: received today -
cerning prairie dogs, owls -Springfield(Mas,.) Republican. I
antelopes ; Please send me some with my imprint,
rattlesnakes. the profits of stock raisingand I .. :Cs:: '" QaQi : Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas O.Evans. :. printed on one side only. The Kendall's

the "high altitude" of the region is Fraud by Telephone. : Special rates for Merchandise in :Spavin:: Cure is in excellent demand with us,
entered with the of instructingand I i II large quantities. and not only for animals. but for human
purpose It is to note the in Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa
astonishing, when the : interesting way :1 ailments! also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the-
journey is I which the progress of fraud keeps pace ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the leading farmers in our county sprained an
over' the stay-at-home greenies back in with that of science. It seems clear I I best in the world. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the

'Filadelfy.-Chc: (Wy.T.Lcader. : that forgery, which, indeed, has long i Aaentfor: B. F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it

.. .. i ago reached its limit as a fine art, win : PLOWS.Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON did far better'than short he had order.expected ; cured
Cured His out of fashion as modern the sprain in very
Hump. I business gradually pass South side Centre St., near the Depot. VILLE.iSTOVES Yours respectfully. C. O. THIEBAND.
; coupes to be more and more .
A day or two ago. as the passengers I conducted through the telephone instead FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE. AND TIN-- WARE-- ETC.W. -- Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for$5. All
druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
Were leaving one of the ferry boats, a I of by the post or the telegraph wire. MADE TO ORDER. --- --- -- will he sent to any address on receipt of
gentleman who stood beside a customs : To a barrister's clerk at Birmingham P. STREETY, price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL -
officer remarked: j belongs the credit of being the first to ..Jl1J'All work warranted. & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
the Post-Office.
"When I see a poor fellow like that show how fraudulent ingenuity must .NE'YORK Second opposite Send for Illustrated Circular.

I am consoled for not being rich." I adapt itself to the new conditions, and ____ FERNANDINA, FLA! Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.
"'VhoP" ''I the robbery of his master through the BAKERY and CONFECTIONERYWILLIAM
for which he is
telephone, now
"Why, that man with the hump on "
his back. "wanted, was a very clever performance. IIYNES
I had rather be all
poor my I.
The of is sim-
rule art
than millions golden THE PUBLIC
days be deformed and have TO REMIND
of money.1 I plicity, and nothing could be simpler WISHES is now ready to make any
HUNN tt CO.,of the BcizvTnicAMERICAN; con-
than to connect the with
"I him telephone a kind k tinue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats, Trade-
can in about five minutes ofBREAD.
cure I friend of his employer; but to successfully CAKE OR PIES, Harks, Copyrights for the United States, ,anada.
come and see," replied the officer, as imitate his master's voice in ask- :England.France,Germany,.etc. Hand'Book about.
Patents sent free. experience-
he walked towards the unfortunate and I ing for the loan of some money and add- on the shortest possible notice. He will also Patents obtained through MUNNyk CO.are noticed

invited} him to pass upstairs. There was ing that the clerk should be sent to have on hand, for the Holidays, a fine assortment in most the widely SCIENTIFIC circulated AMERICAN scientific,the paper.largest$).best a,year.and

kick, but he had to go, and three or I fetch it was a more difficult business. ofENGLISH Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting In-
four minutes time sulliced FRUIT CAKE formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific A mer-
to remove The subsequent forgery of a telegramto lean sent free. Address MUNN&CO. SciujxincrAmaKTAir
his deformity, which consisted of twen- Office.XI Broadway New York.:
call the barrister into the
country from upwards.
ty-two yards of flannel and six pairs of ranging one pound
was comparatively: easy, for the clerk pIJ- All orders thankfully received and
socks was a past master in the art, having already promptly attended to. PATENTS obtained for new inventions
"Purty smart!" growled the smuggler undergone a term of imprisonment 51 tjan WM. HYNES, or for improvements TradeMarksand in old
Caveats, Infringements,
as he was allowed to another ones.
for master's
go. up attendedto.
STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS. all patent business promptly
"Not so very," was the reply; "a cheeks. Clearly ventriloquism must be COTTAGE INVENTIONS, THAT HAVE BEEN
than who carries a hump on his back added to the list oi: technical" subjects -' LUCY TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented -

Would carnra stiff neck. Yon didn't.11 which have a "commercial" value. Seventh., near Egmont Hotel, by us. Being.opposite the U. S. Patent -
'UttrtAt Fret Press. Pall-Mall Gazette. ROOFING AND GUTTERING, Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-

Valuable 0 range Lands for Sale Messrs. Colby &; Rich ents in less time than. those who are remote
Tracts containing twenty each of Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea Washington.
choice, hammock acres Wish to announce that they are now prepared without board. Table Boarders will be call and prices with those of When Inventors send model or sketch,
land Lake compare
suitable high for on and Orange truck farm- j to do Copying and Enlarging, at their accommodated; also transient. other houses, here or my elsewhere. we make search in the Patent Office, and
orange growing
ing, are now offered for sale. These lands Tent Gallery, on Centre street. Old Tin- 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. advise as to its patentability free of charge
are very Types or Pictures of any kind copied and THE CELEBRATED Correspondence confidential; fees reason-
conveniently situated for transportation enlarged lo any desired size. able and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-
by water rail and sold :
or will be on SEED POTATOES. .
suit itI
purchasers. Titles are unques110nll.Dble. Beach. tt to the Post-
Amelia refer by permission; City
>es.Also valuable G. R. FAIRBANKS timber lands, in THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the EARLY EARLY ROSE. VERMONT, I I MONITOR OIL STOVES ,I Itt master, and to the Superintendent of the-
OF HEBRON, tt Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash-
ebruary 16 BEAUTY
1882. Fernandina Fla. supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will be
WHITE ELEPHANT.Also ington. For special references ,ser-
pleased to receive her old friends and the a full assortment ofTHORBUR FOR SALE BY vice, terms, etc., address
Sauer-Kraut public generally. Choicest oysters: fish,etc., 'S RELIABLE GARDEN SEEDS. C. A. SNOW & CO.,
lO.cts a pound Ax J. KLARER'S, constantly on hand. tf. Forsale low by W. F. SCOTT. FRED W. HOYT k CO. Opp.Patent Office
Corner Ash and Sixth.

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FEBRUARY 9: 1884. : ,- _.- < :
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1 i :THE FSATURDAY LOIIIDA i' IRf.Wt I : 1:. the great steamship carriers, which COLD WEATHER STOUT.' haps, other roads from the coast to I r 'S1' .MARYS RIVER SECTION*

:"!' : { will be needed to transport our fruit: We publish elsewhere an item relative .- the St. Johns river intersecting a line I -
FEBRUARY, 1884. to home and foreign, markets., I to the periods ,of cold weather of road to be built parallel with the I ST. MARTS OA.FLORIDVIA

/ We shall need all the facilities which from the Lake ,City Reporter. / :rl ver. Special Ccrrespotidence Flm id's Mirror.
ISORS. Fernandina and Jacksonville combined I' The recent cold snaps were not as Amid the many "railwa)' rumblings."
whose echoes have
'. The importance of Fernandina bar can. furnish to meet the pressing wants! severe or as injurious as that of the- colored convention held at bE'cn"cry distant for unfortunately us dwellers hitherto,by

to Florida too self-evident to which will be Let this 30th of December r, 1880 and there- has- the
seems soon upon us. Gainesville resulted in the following sea/ at St. Marys, we have been especially

,i :? : need much argument. From the already good harbor be speedily improved never been chronicled to our knowl'edga platform, which we clip from the pleased of late to find the attention of certain -

j ;. earliest times the entrance to the St. and let the work at the mouthof anyfreeze to equal that of Febru- Gainesville Bee prospectors (if our railway friends

J the St. Johns be also for- 1835 when the temperature' went : I will excuse the application of the familiar
., "Marys river has been referred to by pressed ary, 1. We want increased facilities of common mining term to their proceeding),

,': travelers, by historians and by geographers ward in the interest of Florida and its down to 7 above zero. We have nom school education and the higher brunches: ,so to this point, and anxious inquiries:turned In-in,.

: : of its below 19' at as to be able to reduce the rate of illiteracy '"
as one of the best natural great future.ONEROUS intelligence going high; made as to the best crossing near, or at s t.

__ ._ ___ which the last shows exist
u in Florida the census to Marys, for a railway the
East during connecting 'xistjii.
harbors on the Atlantic coast, and the any point ;;
COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL among our people in this State.
systems in Georgia with those of
recent cold In 1835 it wentto atHart's
: only entrance on the eastern coast waves.
TAXATION.County .- 2. We want a representation on juries, Road, etc. But better than,any of

,! of Florida admitting the approach tax proper, four mills; j zero in South Carolina. In an article anti a fair show in the courts and before justices these fragmentary: schemes, so to speak is

of vessels of burthen. in the Florida ,Agriculturist it is: of the peace. the far
Thirty years county school tax, four mills ; special more comprehensive one, which

t ago it compared favorably with any and public county buildings, six mills ; stated that the orange will: in Spain,, have 3. We them want fairly to counted cast our, and votes also freely a better and and looks from to a thence line from via:Millen St. to Jesup ) Marys to
harbor south of Norfolk. these stand a temperature of 7' above zero, Hart'sRoad
During I
.1 total, fourteen mills for county tax. !system" of registration ; one which shall or Jacksonville. FJd-
thirty the harbors north of us and we have no doubt but that the :give county commissioners less to do
t years We take these items as the establishedrates power The charter from Jesup to St. Mferys has ,

i have been improved to meet the demands of tax in one 'of our rather bearing trees in Florida in Decemberor injustice to colored voters. already been obtained, and the charter

; :'t for larger ships of greater January would not be injured materially 4. We want fair rccmjmiinn amll'epl'esenta- parties are willing to cooperate and complete .
'J sparsely settled eastern counties, where tion in the '
offices of the State and county andalso the line from Milieu to Jacksonville.
; draught. Within the last four years very stray efforts are made to induce by 10 above, zero. under city government. This line will revolutionize the northern

:1- work of a similar character has been immigration. With the State tax We have it 'in our power to refer to 5. We want to enjoy the' same rights and travel from New York and the Eastern

: inaugurated to improve the entrance added the rate in that county is nearlytwo several periods of cold weather during privileges; accorded to others in all public I I States, inasmuch tiS. being almost a.bee line

the 120 John Bartram the places, on railroads and steamers, when we from Millen to Jacksonville the distance
I to this harbor. The appropriations cent. We doubt much past years. to
very the .
per pay same fare.G.
\' Washington or New York will
have been small with the eminent botanist, was on the St. Johns shortened,
compared whether such a rate of taxation would We want a law enacted restoring to the so we are informed, by six: to seven hours!

p, ., magnitude of the work, but the char- commend itself to a new settler. Five river in 1765 and recorded the f fact right of!suffrage" all men (most of whom are and the position: of the company be :ihsolutely -

acter of the bottom of the basin is such mills only for the State and fourteen that on the 3d of January of that,yearon colored) disfranchised for alleged petty unassailable by any rival at any

that the work which has been done the St. Johns river, south of Lake j offenses tried before justices of the peace. future time, as it will be impossible to outflank -
mills for the county indicates an expensively The following addition to the platform
it. A line located
has stood remarkably well, and re- managed county. It wouldbe George, the thermometer stood at 26, was also adopted : only attract and absorb so all the Northern would not or

mains in place, so much so that it has well for County Commissioners to wind northwest and ground frozen, Resolved, That we determine on such a Southern-bound freight and passenger traffic,

r. actually been built upon by the actionof consider that the effect of high taxesis and that on the same night the lime, e course of the of action election as will of an unite Independent our vote in, for favor butt St. Marys possess one of the finest

the sea and strengthened: The lemon and banana trees in St. Augus- Governor, should circumstances exit to ports in the South.
deterring immigration.In warrant it.Resolutions. Our representatives in Congresshave
further gratifying fact is stated upon our cities, it is much worse. Take tine were killed. of sympathy with the temperance introduced a bill for the appropriation recently --

I the authority of our pilots that already for instance one of our leading cities In 1774 there was a snow storm movement were passed:: and a vote of )$100,000, to be expended in cam IMS: ,,

; the bar depth has been favorably where the city tax is two per cent.. and which extended over most of the thanks was also extended to the Presidentof forward the jetty system on our bar. tie-

Floridas.In the United States, for his recognition of signed by General Q. A. Gillmore, and
affected, and an increased depth of at the State and county tax one and a the colored
i race. already effecting a marked
1822 the cold ,
I least one foot obtained. February was so
half per cent.Ve will suppose the The fourth resolution seemed'to the present:: depth being about 10 feet, which,

These are encouraging facts, and case of a widow left with a property of intense inVest Florida that all the everybody the true inwardness of the on the completion of the jetty works, it is

give a powerful reason for increased eight thousand dollars. Her home is fruit trees were killedto the ground, leaders at least. confidently predicted will be increased to

while in East Florida it was from 20 to 27 feet.
appropriations with the assurance thus and the remainder of comparatively :Mr.
valued Menard
.. at $3,000 who got up the convention The incorporators of the Georgia and
obtained mild. As late as the Gth of
that the
contemplated depth her estate, $5,000 is invested bonds : ia his opening address: said:, : Florida Barge Canal are also very hopeful

of water will be obtained. and mortgages, the interest on which April in the year 1828, East Florida "The-ace hud stood bth Republican i that the negotiations now pending; in London -

The entrance to the St. Marys river, constitutes her only means of support.She suffered from a severe frost. The win pa "r, but there' was now an emergency will be brought to a satisfactory i>-iie\ ,

commonly called the Fernandina bar, is taxed $105 on $3,000, for her ter had been very mild and the temperature which the colored than had to contend with.It and work be soon commenced. Should tins
was impossible to make the Republicanparty be so, the anxiety of our railway friends: to
went down to 27
is the of ,
deep-water peninsular
port home, and $175 on $5,000, money at predominant in the State. It was the cultivate our acquaintance," so pleasingly:: :

i Florida. interest, making a total of $280, all to vegetables, fruits, etc. duty of the black man :Jo assert his right apparently at present, is the more easily accounted -

I'' f Does Florida need such a deep- come out of her income of $400 per In 1818 the mean temperature on and they were now ready to affiliate with for.I .

water port on the Atlantic? from her bonds and Amelia Island, was 44:" for the monthof any liberal party who would give them due may add, an admirable crossing at the
year mortgages.Nor recognition." St. Marys river with singularly good facilities -
: The peninsula of Florida lying would she be any better off if her January. for approaches, drawbridge, etc., has

i t north of the Everglades is about 350 $5,000 was invested in rentable prop- In 1825 the coldest: day was 42':) ; in I THE INDIAN WAR CLAIM. been located about.oue mile" fJODl: the town

: miles in length and 100 in breadth. erty ; taxes, insurance and repairs 1826, coldest day, 44 ; in.1827, cold- We are glad to learn that the Senate of St. Marys, and therefore the most favorable -

1828 the coldest :Military Committee has made favor- point for the contemplated junction atHart's
43 in a
It is a country peculiarly suited to the would leave her but a small pittance.The est day was ; -
I Road.
production of tropical fruits and early necessary consequence of sucha day, April 6th, 27 ; in 1829, coldest able report upon the claim of the State vessels leaving the! wharves to shipping at St. Man facilities* arc:

vegetables. In the peninsula there are rate of taxation is to discourage investments 32. of Florida to be reimbursed for the expenditures clear of the bar in one bout-a more favorable -

: being set out thousands of orange by a refined and cultivatedclass In 1835, on the 7th of February, made by the State in suppressing showing than any harbor on the coast

: the freeze Indian hostilities in 1857.It excepting that of Fernandina, which is
groves, all the product of which will[ of people, who cannot afford to came great succeeding avery
similar ALEX. ClrRTI-,..
mild and winter. will be a great relief to the State, :
be from the State-let
.. I exported us payout nearly all their'income in open St. Marys, Git., Pcli-iiary 7t 184.
Since that have had at and will enable the amount of the
estimate what transportation will be period we va-
taxes and who must perforce seek more THE COLD H'.i 1'E.
rious times lowS 24 State bonds held by the Indian Trust
required when ten thousand temperature as \ ,
orange economical places to live in. The recent cold snaps called up some important -
groves$ averaging ten acres each. ,are in\ In a county of about the same and every few years the nursery stockis Fund to be paid off and cancelled, and ,statistical facts from aimui._ m.r
leave considerable balance in favor oldest:; settlers. Mr. Win. C. Allen, one ,tour
killed down but the injury a
ftfiLb We find the following or injured, -
lation adjoining the one we have referred oldest residents said to our reporter hot
item in a recent Orlando Reporter : to the whole tax is but is only temporary as the immense of the State. We hope our Senators week : "This severe cold) brings to my m" I
: county the: severe cold snap of 1835 A few day,
Mr. E. \V. Spccr, whose! thrifty grove is eight mills the amount being divided vitality and vigor of the orange replaces will secure early action on the bill, in alter the freeze of that year I chanced tll be

located about half a mile north of the court- the injured shoots, and soon order that it may pass this session. in company with Mr. Moses Levy, the
hou e, has shipped 350 boxes, or about between the school tax and county father of our esteemed: David L. Yulee. and
the counties obliterates all traces of the cold. A WORD ON LAND GRANTS. he said to me that these severe: cold wa\vs
from Supposing two
50,000 gathered oneacre .
oranges upon purposes.
_._ were periodical in Florida and ociurrcd 1
--- -- Our good the Jacksonville
of land, one of the trees having nearly possessed equal advantages, the new POINTS OF PI:00RESSI1GIIED- Times-Uniwtt,contemporary is quite unnecessarily alarmedas every fifty years. Upon my questioning
2,000 oranges by actual count. Returns him regarding the fart he told me tll t'\-
settler would choose the location to the liability of the State deficiencies
.. naturally B Y RAILROADS IN FLORIDA. amine the records at St.
from first shipments made this season aver of lands, if so much land as they may claimis upon
where his taxes would be The month will' my next visit there.mid would find that a
: aged $3 per box, net, and he expects to get present sev- Hat found by railroad corporations which! similar cold wave had visited Florida in

I $3.50 per box on the last shipment. lightest. eral very important events in the rail obtained the State grants.will have It need to furnish not apprehendthat an equivalent 1733: and, he added with emphasis, 'itvuu

Taking two-thirds only of the yield' COLORED- -- ----INDEPENDENTS.Mr. --- -- -- --- road system of Florida. The South for" non-existent landin" millionsof such live, Allen another, to spell.see ISSo' I, you found will the see record jn.::t

: above referred to as the average yield Bisbee has written a very long Florida Railroad has already been dollars, Sec. 7 worth, Article of bonds XII, says, for"the the Constitution Legislature -- upon my visit to St. Augustine, and t timid
', that he missed
of full bearing orange groves, and we letter in reference to the conferenceof .completed to Tampa. The Florida shall have power to provide for issuing Yet, added only Mr. Allen the thoughtfully.return one
State bonds
bearing interest for the
: will have 225 boxes to the acre or 2,250 the representatives 'of the coloredrace Southern has reached Leesburg via debt( of the State, :for the erection securing of State we may have another scorcher next year!"
Mr. Allen
boxes the of each ten-acre Lake Weir. The TIansit buildings:: and for the support of State institutions possesses a retentive memory
as yield at Gainesville, the main purport and Peninsular ; but the credit of the State shall and the information is important. First,
r being the equivalent of nine Railroad has also reached not be loaned we may look for these cold blasts to come
grove of which covered up with many plati- Leesburg pledged or to any individual, fifty Second will i
every years. fifty years
.' :. car-loads of 250 boxes each, and the tudes and unmeaning generalities is Wildwood. The Rowland's Bluff company tion! 8 : "No, corporation tax shall or be association.levied npon per-Sec- give ample time for any one desiring to grow '

I product of ten thousand such groves that the colored people should do Railroad will reach Gainesville in the sons for the benefit of any chartered com realize oranges his for profit Unless plant ,his however grove, and the
or by counties or by" for
pany corporations
,,; would require 90,000 cars to transport nothing but attach themselves to the course of the month. It is true thatno the above-mentioned purposes." So if the; prediction of Mr. Levy will be verified accurately f

; them to market. If one-half of this unbroken line of railroad has Legislature had voted millions of dollars in next year, as to time and severity.
kite. of the northern
Republican It ,remains to be yet bonds instead of millions of acres of lands, we, interior section, have

a.i. '- -, fruit is sent by sea it would give :2,250: seen how potent the mandate of: reached Tampa, but the Transit Rail- action the grantees would could not have realized, as the escaped have::: had any a century damage of to uninterrupted the trees, and pros-will
,, :' cargoes of ten thousand boxes each; or Horatio will be.' If his advice is followed road is graded to Panasoffkee, and the Neither can they recover been any unconstitutional." equivalent perity in orange chlture by the close of the

'; if we reduce the estimate one-half it. it will be;a'lame' and impotent Gordon International road is graded for deficiencies in lands which they took next cold wave period.-Lake City Reporter.
r' the chances of getting when they asked and TUB FREEZE AND ITS RESULTS.
', would still require 1,125 ships to move_ conclusion { r,3.. convention' the main twenty miles north of Tampa, so that accepted: charters granting such lands as Among thensks incident to orange; culture a

.. ;;;, o e-half of the product of ten thousand: purpose of which, was .d clared to be .but seventy miles of grading remain, were to be found. in Florida, the occasional low tempera- I
.. [ ,. ", : Further, when the lands granted by act ture which is liable to occur in this latitude,
}, ': groves. Is the estimate extravagant: political,.... ;,.independence.. which can readily be 'accomplished of Congress of 1850 are all taken up whereare ]has heretofore been considered the most for-

,.'; How many less than, ten thousan during the When thisis more to be had, for it was out of these midable. During the past few years there f
THE bill for the relief of General year. lands the
grants were to be filled?Tallahas have been several occasions when the mercury i
'. : groves' are now existence in Florida: Fitz John Porter passed the House of ; done the Florida System of Internal see Floridian. has indicated 25, and even lower,

; various stages of progress? IImprovement decided i in 1854 ANOTHER WONDER without any appreciable. injury, to the orange
Representatives by a vote of 180 to 78. upon IN EIECTRICITY.-Profes- interests. '
; : 1
<; The, point "we desire to put. ,strongly The will have been accomplished and sor Siemens has supplemented hiscommuni The question -n at u rally, arises, therefor.
votes all
; .Y' were cast by cation to the Royal Society On the effectof how lpwt a degree can the orange tree and
:! ; is the importance of establishing on Republicans, under the leadership of ;:trunk lines of broad gauge railway the electric light on thegrowth of plants," its fruit endure with impunity? In the

,.; our Atlantic coast a deep _sea harbor ;'will extend from' Tampa .Pensacola by a demonstration- of its effects in the ripe- Xorth, where the orange is sometime culti
the Keifer Horr The ening of fruit. He exhibited two of removed
r, unwary etc. pots vated as a hot house plant, it is
c : :' to meet the immense demand for, sea ;in the western'extremity of the State, strawberries,'which were started under precisely indoors:: ujton 'the slightest indication of
high-toned gentlemanly 'Poland of
the same conditions. One had been frost, and there is but little doubt but that
: which will be and
,':; transportation soon uponus. Vermont, voted aye, independent of Jacksonville and; Fernandina_ on exposed: to daylight only in the usual way, an orange tree in New York city exposed to
''' ; of party associations.MANY its northern borders. and showed a bunch of green berries ; while a temperature of 25 would he destroyed.Are .
:;, \ :he other, which, in addition to daylight, there, then, certain clim tic conditions -
This is no Fernandina interest. The other roads which have been had been under
: of the Western and light during the existing in Florida which enables rue
? These groves which are to produce the Southwestern constructed,' from the" St.Johns** 'into the night, bore a cluster, :of. large, ripe well orange tree to inure itself to these extreme-
;_land, ,.grants,to' .:railroads} have formed strawberries, If experience should In other word does the orange become acclimated -
t: fruit do not lie in this vicinity, but all :interior, may be regarded as, feeders confirm this result, viz.. : that the electric ,' or would an orange tree trans
been repealed, but 'as yet 'no Florida light is very efficacious in promoting the here from the be equally
: the down the peninsula,,and it is of the trunk tropics
{ way 'roads have been included in the great roads. formation of the saccharine and aromatic able to stand such intensely cold weather as
i the"interior orange growers who: are, pealing laws. The truth is that the re The Atlantic coast will ,be connected the matter in! plants, horticulturists will have one propagated here? These are exceedingly:
means making themselves! practically interesting which "are >erly
i t1; = almost exclusively ,'interested in the Florida roads are.showing satisfactory :with,the Trunk lines by'rail from Indian independent of solar light: in producing'a within the: province questions scientists to elucidate.proj

; : t: imp' rtant question of providing : for 'progress, and earmngJtheir grants. river'to Leesburg, and"by per- high quality of fruit at all seasons of the But the community at.large can canvass the
C: ,: "!',. year. the facts, and by comparing notes from
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vT-iv; :t parts: of tIu-.St.ite.:; draw Midi con- THE DEMIDOFFS.-Few names are more familiar ,

riusioii'! :j ii ay l lu'UM-ful.i.i: the future. to u.s in connection with Russia than SEA ISLAND ROUTE
A SEW THEORY. O" & r-p
that of this IDD: :
It is} certainly a matter of great encouragement enobled and enormously rich -TO- i.

to the orange grower that so many family the origin of which is curious. One SA.V
.A.1 r
have recently been succiWiillyapplied ; J A.a: : INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
severe tats day Peter the Great was passing through the THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
to the hardiness of the tree, --
prove Ural ; when at Nijin-Toglish one of his TO THEIR
be the result of acclimation
and if this! really THE STEAMER ,.
ia reasonable deduction that to thi pistols broke. The Czar asked the Governorto

i Lculiar change in I its nature is lately to be send him workman to mend it, but in CITY OF BRIDGETON New Fall Goods Now

attributed l that high flavor and those espccialllualities :I that obscure and distant village there was Wr Opening
which give to the Florida ,
urall."{'S their worM.wide reputation? no onto whom the Governor dared intrust,

If thi" be true then there is no value but the imperial arm. There was no gunsmith.At AND RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.

a disadvantage in the claim of beinghUted last they brought the Czar a modest
the mythical frost line of .' Novelties
I below in Silks
workman, whose trade was certainly not
much has been written nnllu ht- .
,ltitki.o So far as facts can demonstrate that of a gunsmith::: but whose skill was "

here appears E to be in Florida a zone where highly spoken of in the village.: He took LEAVES FERNANDINA FOR SAVAN- Dress Goods, Velveteens 4 ,

a pflplr: amount of froM pays annual visits, : the pistol, and in half an hour after he after the arrival of the evening
sufficient i' to enrich thejuices of theur trains from
which is JACKSONVILLE and CEDAR Cashmeres
them flavor and brought it back as good as new. His name Prints
to a ,
? '<> imparting KEY on Sunday and Wednesday, reaching ,
MI, rVlim: ** t-iey: would! not otherwise pos- was DemidofT. "I will remember you,'' Savannah on the following morning.

'I 1"WhclI r we consider also\ the importance said Peter, as he rode away. Months passed. Returning, Steamer leaves Savannah for Cn III bri cs, etc., etc.,
M"h fruit visitation* are to the health of the DcmidofThad Fernandina on Tuesday) and Saturday.
,"...imiiumtv ; how they tend to Destroy! thei''f forgotten Czar's promise, Through tickets sold'to New York: Phila- -
i -erm'which are ;.o liable to generate when a letter with the imperial seal was delphia Boston and Baltimore. '- -I r A.TL'OW'p i :i -

I", the"rapid decay of our luxuriant, vegetation handed to hiin. It was the grant of the For tickets and state-rooms, apply to
we ought to welcome with joy this freehold of a vast tract of land. Demidoff W. TUCKER, Agent ...- .. -- --- -
briielicent( visitor and rejoice that we are Office foot of Centre Street
set to work. He discovered mines of iron
,l1"t, bi'voml it; range. Fernandina.
Tiib'nuv r lI 1ulc.1: as a new and unsound of brass, of malachite fortune in short "- J. MERCIER, House-Keeping- Goods, .

theory, but experience is the mot:; which it would take centuries: to exhaust. General Passenger Agent. A FULL
teacher, aHl"hat more definite Its,7 J. N. HARRIMAN. ASSORTMENT
lo-Mcal Such was the history of the founder of the Manager.OFFICES .
,, (',,I"n IM. !learned l than; the one thin presented -
? If we would not wish to changeour now princely house of Dem llutf. : Blankets and
: rich vinous fruit for the dead sweet Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.. Jacksonville, Fla Comfortables,

cringe, of the Wt".t Indies then let us not, THE Senate has confirmed the nomination Bull and Congress Streets.......Savannah, Ga. OF ALL GRADES.

gril'o'l'r the climatic character we are so of Major J. II. Durkee Marshal of the

i" i.itein 1'oiSC: ill;!, which is the iiece Northern i District of Florida. This appointment -FOR- ySS Special atttciition is called Tinn
sarv! attribute of Such superiority. As thereto to our ENTIRELY NEW stock ..ens rlllcelejj o i
as well as that of United States Attorney
ai'l I ,l'lrl' IIe.1cdal/ 'belt of country pc"II =11 1 = 1
!: ni\ a.lunted; to excellence for appli*. Cheney is favorably: regarded by the I hilt cut and manufacture.

::1', ,I'a,!:;ic'r for peaches etc., MI let U3 be content people of Florida. -l 1 MAC.F3INERY'l : \ Gents' Furnishing Goods

to claim for our locality the zone par ---- - = = au me now sty rI's.
('x'clelw! (> for oranges and claim it because THK Egyptian!: troop under Baker Pasha I' II
occasional fronts:: not not in OIthem.PaGuint OF ALL KINDS,
tuc spite
f-A full line
have sustained of
a severe defeat in Egypt. A
Cuunty Jour?red. ES.ladies' and Gents'
number of European officers are missing. AT LOW :
SOUTH FLORIDA. Go to F. M. Robinson ,
-- -
T\Mi-\: January iS.- Notwithstanding the Lost. ,
ilin-t' cold waves which have passed overt Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING
t tin-! i 1>,irtion of Florida, it is strange to say School Warrant Nt'. 79. issued in favor of & CO., of New
that as yet, no very serious damage has myself for the sum of $28.90. All personsare MANUFACTURER and DEALER, York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.

1 I." 'ii done, by the frost.: The more\ tender cautioned/ not to negotiate or trade for it,

:.1.1:, l delicate'Hf the tropical} plants and fruits I : CHAS. II. BEUG. I r
t u 'I'i''iir with the recent shoots of the orange Fcrnandina, January 18, 1884. : JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. JoT r. KYDD

trt'r have been killed back :;homcwhat but

!n 1 ,: nearly Sit seriously as one might HipI Notice to Tax-Payers. FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER ,
i ii ''I--, tt heat it is remembered that no such I am now prepared to receive the taxes FERN ANDIN AJ FLA_
i I.,.;, I viitlier; has been experienced here for for the city of Fernandina, assessed for the --

-: .t,'.'u!! \' -.iix:: The lowest point reached byw.tcr's year 1883 J. E. :MEDOAUGH, FOR; SALE CTT'DGINGS 'AI'
tnj"" :: thermometer at any time was City Tax; Collector. OCEAN STEAMERS.

t', .iiunt', za ro. The recuperative forces of Fernandina, December 15, 1883, AND SLABS -- ------ ---- ---
11111'1'i: arc :such that aln'adthe' tender buds \T j 10 cents loall.nOUGH .
',if I i hlt! ,i- 'tats are putting forth. Bananas 1,000,000 nrlclc for Sale, MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE !
li.ivcswit. out new shoots more than a foot LUMBER
lii.ii::;'. while/ we have yet to hear of any dam- At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick _
21x4x8 inches. C. C. STEVTTOX tC Co., From $.3 to $W per M ft.,
:1'! : tn 'huge; bUll or fruit blossoms having
ijivii/ dune. 4G-4m Macon, Ga. according to quality. FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. '
orange growers say that such frosts ------ -- --
;and; l winter kill-backs are'almost. invariably NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. $12 to $20 per M. feet. "
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iulluwcd in this region by un abundant yieldi Orders by Telephone promptly attended to .. ""' :; r- --- a --:- ._ __ .. = :.",';,:;: ":.J.' ."'-:,..._:; .
i (I'nit t the succeeding: summer. What is -- -- -- ;f.f1i{ _. ;jj! -:._ =
!ru; unable under the circumstances is that WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, =__ "y _-
-"1 r'tlr 1 injury has been done to the oranges Steam Saw and _
Planing Mill.
Mill! hanging on the trees, which look fresh
;.tii'i, rillr.-Cun'cspmulellle TimesUnion.. Office foot Centre Street. 8


HEALTH HINTS. Florida Lands.

]In ROYAL B9t t", ,
looking the
through oceans of ex- gL v
::1" t'.iat: flow
i, into this office from every
;ji.irt; oft t the country we have from time to 4i. 1
1:11\-;: noticed that it is not uncommon for .:. )'....' -:-.:=-
i :to Ml how look ,' o) A : The Pen ill lar '--
i'''ut: people to after their S 1.1 [.-==-
health and keep themselves in good, sound 'iill'; t
condition.This ;gulp :;: .;;

information, is usually given in ia; :"i.i'yS : .I..J...,: AND4Tropical -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-
itemwhich read !
as they were condensation : ;
ul. anidc's.s health is wealth, ac- ',.".I. I. CITY OF SSTA.TI3 ANTONIO l.GSO TONS

r..r.\Tin:, tti the average philosopher, and as: ':'I'i!/!. I I ::::<'. Florida' OF TEX \.. lti42: TO1VS
\crv other 1
in the land
paper has had more CAIIONDLLIJT .
IC-N 1,0S
01'i TONS
to-ay on this important subject, we e .
think it comes within the broad scope of RAILROAD CWAMES VETEI-'N .rEX.A.S. 1,210 TUNS
M in hive a little toot. In diffusing this ,
L.; iH-ed'e! .I : G
broadcast this ,
over free
laud. it tiin-t, he understood that. these great care- tMQ' IJ" : .. r \ ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
'lu il/ HUN, .nations are not intended M> much ; I'll'r' ARE, OFFERING LANDS IN THE
t f'irr..i';; !!' 'iciiellt' .'
the general ,
practitioner as ::::1 :
'"' /tuc avi'rage man who doesn't know how iJP COUNTIES OF ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK

t" take care of himself. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
\1 ' sonville, Cedar Key, Peninsular
er -non. u: 'J :" Railroad.

:N'1 vr begin a dinner with pie. ,(-r j"J 1 R ALACHUAFUTNAM This laiac, having no Transfer* between Fernandina and New
N'yer: sleep in your overshoes. t'f'.,.. W ..,.I.TAbsolutely; tt York:, offers the BEST: AND: QUICKEST: TRANSPORTATION: TO SHIPPERS OF

\X'l'r" .... sleep. on. .the. floor.i in winter.. I U FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.PASSED .
.' '.t r rhlt a ummim horse oareoacic.k #. I The tra\'elin- !:!' nnhlil-- ---! :_Ir u OtTi'TP,1'H_____ HH"_. > .l"'"nt"L">',...".,"....., ."r"., .. .L'THnT.Y""" '''"' T.......T"l.1..111111,' ,....1 T u""ou" TTn-
XI'\'f'r t fifteen miles before Pure. ACCOMMODATIONS
breakfast. TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT' CHANGE; making close
:\Wcrcarrya barrel 1 of potatoes on connections at FI FERXAXDIXA FERNANDINA
lll'.l !. ne'cr'urics. A marvel
and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Never put your feet in the fire to warm More economical purityirength! than and wholesomcne. JOHNS. OCKLAWAIIA and INDIAN RIVERS: aril with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
them the ordinary kinds,
and the
cannot be sold in ;
Xevc'r! competition with the
swallow food before PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA
your and with FLORIDA
multitude of low
test short
chew it.Xc'r. weight, alum or for LAKE WEIR.
jump out of the window for a short phosphate powders. Sold onh/ In crlll$. HERNANDO7;

your Never head.sleep with your feet higher than 38 lOG Wall Street, New York. AT PRICES FROM For freight passage rates and schedules or further information, apply to

K. '1'. SOUTIUVICK, Agent,
Never drink more than you can carry :I.INrCCuriosityWariety-'
comfortably.! ] I FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
Never give\ a tramp your summer clothing $1.25 to $10 Acre. C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
in the winter. StoreOffers per Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

Never jump more than ten feet to catch a

wry windows Never}neat.go sleep at night with all the a large and carefully selected All these lands are in the central GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.

Wire Never at leave night.the gas turned on when you STOCK OF HOSIERY peninsular portion of the State, and H. E DOTTERER

Never strain your eyes looking for faults within fifteen miles of Railroads in .
ill For
your neighbor. Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. ,
sit by a red-hot stove with a seal- operation, traversing a territory -
!MO cap unll'ul ter on. xA.rrnKERCHSE ,
-vver thrust your knife more than half which is being more rapidly *
V.ty (own your throat. Silk; !Linen and Cotton.Gloves .
U l lfcunal- e't'rrear 'eye-glasses: to improve your} : settled and developed than. any other rfFINE MLt! GEOCERIES1I ]

het'er break appearance.the ice Neckties, Ribbons, part of the State.
to take
a bath/Turing(
the Never winter months. Laces, Towels, Napkins, The fertility the soil and accessi- I 1 ,:

kick at an infuriated bulldog when Dress Lining, Buttons
J'Wliave .
XC\'cr slippers on. --x and Notion bility to the largest and best markets EMBRACING MEALY; EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
jump Generally.
Dl'for } out of bed in the morning
\' you hear the first bell. make these lands particularly desirable -
To7.r! let your clothes FANCY
.;, caught in the rain. A new'lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- for the cultivation of fruits and ,
ever put TIES just received and marked
your head .!under the grate low.
Von, want to blow the fire. early vegetables for shipment. For SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS

co"nL..:.\may test leave have the the free edge kerosene access of to can ft.'er where the Our Stock, of COSSETS. is Very Superior. large' and immediate profits PURE ,AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL ,

tIL.h': -nail your razor on your no industry in Florida equal to the .
hamd: or strop it on the palm of your ,
walk into a't raising early vegetables for Northern ,
atn} put a i Parlor: a" reception ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, 'we offer'a ,
,.tit Your feet on the fine variety.FLORIDA markets. ; +-
mantel-piect- It
The muse; the blood to l'un to Your I metd. FINE '
e hints AND COFFEES fI f-
: .
t: twtJrtl1\' and will found Therefore thoroughly AXD SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIES ,For new and descriptive. circular; -; ; ttt I f .
vl' tll.inId -
:, would do well to A SPECIALTY. address .t +
ptN them cut them out. and .
crauiutuFtuL. ., ..., ,, ,
$SF Orders:; from the Country Solicited.s. ,
f.t! .; II"
"f : -'J'f: '. ; :
TUE 'Lin Commissioner
Con unittee on Public Buildings : .J"Tf-< .* ', NEW GOODS .RocivlToa: --
a rettrt.j Uubhc:: bit.favorabl ildrn J"'on the bill for 'erecting have : KING; S : ., .L :.. Fernandina/r \:, / by Every Steamer:;,.1:

'5 at Key ""est. 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. Or Ocala, Florida. 38 Cor. Second and -. .
Goitre: Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA. ,


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".;: GENERAL DI11EC1I'OECV. .. _. BAKER.COUNTY... Sheriff= A.B. Crutchfield Ocala. t! 5 -' -- FLORAL
,i ..-.-. -- .- ,.-, -..* _. -> I I RAILROADS. : CITY ROUTE
,,? "- -r1" -- County Judge-R>D.: Davis: >;Sanderson. AsesstQrof lares-Henry W.,Long. j -
': ., United States Officers. (krk-K J. Pons,.Sanderson. Collecor of Ret'C'lmeV" F. Trantham, I i riMME CARD FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN
:j: + t r LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.. .: Sheriff-((1. C. Herl don, Sanderson.: Ocala. I.JL S OF THE ', (Central w Xiuetitth Jleridirurgene] ]1:. i:,
4 ,, TdxesA..J. W. San- Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine I.
..... : ,I>' .l* >*'.JI' w/ ; :-Cobb ,
Barnes Gainesville.- JACKSONVILLE iJ
; >atcr-L. der.v ;i.Collector. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR: November lv .;
I f-Jlhn F..Rollins, Gainesville. : this date Train : ::
vf .Iteteltlu-J. R. Herndon, San- : .. COMMENCING I'.
Talla- >
hassee.SUrDtyofGMemJ.falachi Martin, .,t 'rtli. i County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West: : AND : -. ,, will rm., ..' t t..J'lows .:-
DISTRICT, COURT. 'l'ultf.mlellt of Sclwuls-Jas. D. Chalker, ; Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key 're t. FERNANDINA' & JACKSONVILLE: R. I,' WEST
\ J.,11.1:1StO1.:, j Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West.: WARD.No.
:. 4*Judge:Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY I Assessor of Taxes",'alter C. Maionev. .:;. Ill, r.ject) January 14th lt#4_ 3. x',. I I0111.
.: : .\ ,' .
\ !\2Marthal H. Durkee, Jacksonville. West. :? ';.
: :
: J. R. Richard Providence.
County Judge-
Leave Jacksonville......
3.401r ., .
m .
t .Ckrk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. c.Jlerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. j i Collector of Ret'C'lWCIa S. Moreno, ';uI.1 G SOUTI-. Baldwin I 1 ............ 5.45Int ,", t) .'tu
INTERNAL: REVENUE.Collector ) .lt.eriJW. 11'. Tumblin, Starke. { Key West Lake '44 ',. I:,
Day'A,-. .V rt*. City.......... 0.55 .
pm I .
? !
Dennis Jacksonville.COLLECTORS .' ..1sSesSIII'lIf faxes-N. (Wainwright, Lake !i Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,KeWest. > 'Live ) '..,
: .Eug'an, .\.:\ P.M. Oak.... ..... I' .JIJ a m _
OF CUSTOMS.: ," liuiicr I Leave Fernaii'lina.......... 7.15 G.4o Madison ............ 2.45a:: m, t 1'" ',",
., John W. Huwell Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, I NASSAU COUXTY. Leave Hail .Road Junction... 7.45 7..5 ArriveMonticeilo; .. : ......... i->.i:Ua n, ." I \' : .,.
:iJ win HUgins Jacksonville. Santa i''e.Superintendent i County Jutlge-Hinton J. Baker, Feniandina. Arrive Caiiahan.................... S.3S: 8.25: Tallahassee........ 7.00am :; :I' ;:"
.: John F. House,tt.:$ .\u3u tinc. ,,': .'".. oj ;clLouls-L.. B. Rhodes, Leave .allahan.................... i>.50 0.1U Leave Tallaha ;,,(.'e.......? 7.45am I 'I ,''t>
r .... .' ci'aJ'M':. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fcrnamlina. Leave Hutton. D.17 1)45 :ArriveQuincv ....... ...... &:?> .1 m ;).", ; ;' 0'
-- ; \ OOUMY.County j/lui.Jj-Jolm: A. Ellermann Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch. V.:>:! 10.02 ** CI tt'. River.......1..}.1- a 11\ .-. ,'., !"' 'i.1'la '
State Officers.. Judge-James A. McCrory. City Assessor of Taxes-Win. II. Garland, Fei- Arrive Baldwin V.:>O 10.25: Leave River Junction... .: ;'

Point. j! nandina.I Leaw Baldwin...................... 9.55 11.00 Arrive. Marianna..........
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart: ,*Titus ville. j Collector of Revenue. -AVarren F. Scott. Fenandina. :- Leave :Muxville. .!:! 11.24 Pensacola.........? 11 '

Governor'm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee.: 'ilttrt.l-j'lIIl1! 11. Laws, City Point. I Leave Highland.10.4U 11.48 .". Montgomery" ....." 'h.:,"> ,\
: i 'I'
i, ., Licutcll"wt-Guccmor-Living tun W. Bethel :Asses,ur of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Superintendent of Se/tools-I. W. Hijrginbotham A.M. Mobile( ..... ......_. -t.I t:, i it

West.Secretary giauna. Callahan. Leave Lawtey.-10.55 12.07 New Orleans-... 1 lltit f I7 -

Key of Stale-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of llelenuc-A. D. Johnston,.Orlando ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Tem pic's................... .11.10 12.29 Nashville.......... !:. :" '?

:. lahassceComptroller. Orange county. County Judge-J. M. Bergs, Orland '. Leave Starke.11.:ut> 12.39 .". LouisvilleCincinnati 1 .......... -' -'", :i ,.1,I''
-W. D. Barnes: Tallahassee. iti ,crinlcu< .(:iU fI/ iS<:\LOoh-M. E. English, Clerk-J. P. Ilughey Onando. Leave Thurston; .....,........... ...11.43: 12.57 ......... 1,1.-; .1

Trea.surcr-IIcnry .\.. L'Engle,Tallahl :>cc. nn-ulle.; Sheriff{ Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. p. }I.
Attomell-Gcncral-Gcorge P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTV.County Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo.1208: 1.25 EASTWARD.No.. 4. XJ
hassee. Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Reid, Fla.Collector. Leave Waldo.......... ......... .....12.20 1.40 Accom.Arrive : )1.-.:; '
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Paik. oflleJ.'ell11e-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. Leave Gainesville................. 1.05 2.3G Jacksonville....... 7.30 am O.H( ) ,
1 'Tallahassee.: Clerk-3. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring* Sanford. Leave Arredondo.......... ......... 1.23; 3.00 Leave Baldwin ............ 6.00am X.:L'l? I -,.
Superintendent of Public btstructki-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove I Superintendent of School*John T. Beeks, Leave Palmer........ ............... 135 3.15 Lake City.......... 2.20am s.ts! i.
Foster, Tallahassee. Springs.Assessor. Fort Reid. Leave Archer....................... 151 3.35' Live Oak............12.15 a m ).:!;. p in al
Adjutant-General:. Yonge TallahasseeBUREAU uf Taxe*-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Brun () :?._U 4.10 Madison ............ 8.40: pInt....) Itu

./ OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of RCf'c1me-A. S Chalker. Judge of Probate-E. Harrison, Palatka. Leave Otter Creek................. :?..); 4.5s: Monticello ......... 5.50pm 1.I|1'11I, ,
Superintendent of selLOuls-H. W. Davis, Clerk-W. F. Forward Palatka. Leave Rosewood: 3.30 5.44 Tallahassee......... 4.40pm 1-llpm
' (Commissioner. A.. Robinson, Tallahassee MMdleburg. Sheriff Thomas ::)hallr., Arrive Cedar Key.................. 4.00 G.20: Arrive Tallahassee....... 3.55; pm 1.01p 11\

( ;\ Clerk: -R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. ,y()lJll GOING NORTH. Leave Quincy............. 2.20pm 11.5ttam

t Agent-Columbus Drew Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph: Price. ,Day 1','. Xt Pits.)1. Leave" Chatt'cheeRiverl22.10 It III 11.Ha m
Special River Junction...
Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. AI. .\. P.M. 11.1"' a UI
I Building Jacksonville. "
Marianna......... lu.
Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key. 7.00 7.50 aknr; .

I SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-\. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood! ................... 7.32 8.35 Leave.. Pensacola.......... 5.15amD.4-
Chief Jstic.E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of TtlXes-J. L. Parish: Lake City. County Judge W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek.................. 803: 9.15 )I"n t;omer)"...... '> \pili
Westcott Tallahas- 11.55pm6.15pm
Associate Ju.sticc-J. jr. Schools JuliusPotsdamer
Superintendent of Sheriff:-Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson-. 8.39 10.05 .l New Orleans.....
see. Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Leave Archer 9.07 10.42 "
Perry. Nashville.......
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenbnrgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of School*-T. J. Fan! Leave Palmer..... ......... ......... 9.23; 11.02 .. *:r> a m
Louisville.......... .
Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Perry. Leave Arredondo................... 938 11.19 .. 1 IMt.i.nSV) ; ,
Cincinnati .........
Cl.crk-C. II. Foster Tallahassee. pm
Leave Gainesville.10 00 11.45
sonville. Trcasurer-D.
County S. Sutton
1 and 2 daily Trains ;3 !
CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.: County Sltn'tyur-D. N. Cox, Perry. Arrive Waldo......... .............10.42 12.40A. except Sunday. ; anIt daily

First Ciiciiit Augustus E. Maxwell, Pent Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of! Be1.'cllul.-J B. hurler Perry. :M. Only line with SOLID TRAINS
r sacola. Assessor of Taxes--Daniel 1). Smith.: Jack- Assessor of 7tJ"cR.: L. llciidejsoii.. Leave Waldo........:.......... .....10.52 _..OO I to Pensacola daily and Pullman Jacksonville
: t Circuit David I'Second S. Walker, Tallahas- :son ville. ST. JOHN'S COU'TY.County Leave Thurston..........:....11 13 2.30 Jacksonville to New;Orleans Sleepers!
Collector of Revenue Moses. J. Brown, Leave Starke.........I..'.....11.48 :?A7 daily.CONNECTIONS.
sec Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, :Madison. Jacksonville. tine. Judge-M. 11. Cooper, St. Augus Leave Temple's:; ....................11.55 :2.55 .

Fourth Circuit-James. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Russell P. )1. At Jacksonville, with Way cross Liu- n.r
: Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave Lawtey.12 17 :3.20 all points North and East ; w'ith the Fernan,

ville.Fifth{ Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines HAMILTON COUNTY. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, :St.) Augustine Leave Highland: .12.33: 3.40 dina & Jacksonville Railroad for I-Yn!!,;m-
ville. Assessor of Tuxes A. D. Ilogero/ :bt.: Leave Maxville.12.53: 4.05 dina ; and( with Steamers for all proof; oil
Mitchell County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Arrive Baldwin, 120: 4.40 the St. Johns River St. Augustiiu-i '.
Circuit 11. L. (
Seventh Ci"Cltit-'Y. Archer Cocke, :Sanford) Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph) F. Llambios, Leave Baldwin.. '.... ........... 1.25: 5.20 At Baldwin with Florida Transit: ,v fVn-
Sheriff=:Samuel) Alt man, Jasper.Asscstor St. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.45 5.45 insular Railroad for Gainesville, t, ;, F.nandiiiii. ,--
of 'flres-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of SUiools-C. F. Perpall, Leave Dutton........................ 2.00 6.05 Cedar Key, and all Gulf iWf-:
Court Calendar. Collector f Rttenuc-\ H. II. McLeod. St. Augustine.: Arrive Callahun.:. 2.28: 0.50 At Live Oak with the Savannah Florida

Columbia County.SlIjlCdutClLIlcltl SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan............ .......... 235 7.35 & Western Railroad.
Fall Term- FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed, County Judge-J. R. Steele Leesburg, Leave Hart's: Ro:id Junction.. 3.:_0 8.50 At Tallahassee: with St. Marks I'.ran.h

:Santa) Rosa, :2d Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lcesburg.: Arrive Fernandina................ 3.50 925jir' Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays::; ,\ Sat

Walton 4th Monday in October. 1i/Itriff-J. S. Dydies, Leesburg. urdays.At .
Day Passenger daily except Sunday ;
County Judge-W. L. Frierson. Brooks- Chattahooohee River with time l Pensa
Holmes 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Assessor of Taxes A. B. Goodwin. Night Passenger:; daily.PENINSULAR.
October. ulle. Collector of Rcvcnuc-Jo,eph Hutchinson, cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna IVn- I

Washington, 2d Monday: after 4th Mondayin Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville.Superintendent. sacola, Mobile, :Montgomery, New ,
October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. of Schools-A. H. Ilelven- DIVISION.GOING Louisville, and all points West Soutlixu-st. I

Jack>on, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of 7(1.rcs-R J. Bradley, Brooks stun, :Sumterville.) SOUTH. and Northwest: ,, and with all boats fliT Apalachicola -
ville. Coll1mhns and Eufanla.
October.Escambia.. Rercnue-F. M. Hedich Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. Day Pas. Xt Pas. The Shortest
Monday in December.This l.-hllectorof Quickest and Best; Route to
ville. County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live P.I.)1.. all points'Ci't..
act amended section 2 of act of February Sufferintendent of Sctool.A. M. C. Russell, Oak.ClerkRobert Leave Waldo........................12.25 1.40 I ,'Z.rr> Take the FLORAL CITY ROI TF
10, 1871): and does not change the Fort Dade. A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Dixie.........................12.47 :2.10 the NEW SHORT LINE via the :Florida
Spring Term. Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak. Leave Hawthorne............ ..... 1.03 .2.33 Central and Western Railroad.
THIRD CIRCUIT. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Lochloosa........... ......... 1.20 2.57 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28Leave secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Win. C. Brown, Tampa. Wei born. Anthony Place... ......... 2.12 4.03 and at new office southwest corner of Bay

April.Madison. Sheriff 1) Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-.1. O. C. Jones Leave Silver Spring.............. 2.48 and Hogan. Jacksonville, Fla.
2d Monday in April. As1c.sso1'Of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Live Oak. Leave Ocala........................... 3.05 4.45 W. M. DAVIDSON,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40 General. Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.

Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Tampa. ) County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- Arrive Wild wood.................. 4.12 6.15 WILLIAM O. AMES,
April. Superintendent ofScltools-'V.l' Henderson prise.: Arrive Leesburg.................... 4.45 7.30 Gen'l Passenger Agent, Jacksonville. Fla
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin Tampa.
Clerk-John ,
W. Dickins, Enterprise. GOING NORTH.
April. JEFFERSON. SheJ'iff'V.. A. Cone, Enterprise. Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville. Fla.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after Monday A.M. P.M.
in April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes- S. D. Hodges, Glen Leave Leesburg..................... 6.25' 6.15
B. Simkins Monticello.
fall Term- Sheriff-T. Cove. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 7.00
; Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of RCVC'lLUe-P. N. Bryan, Glen Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40
Schools-W. R.
of Taylor
October. Superintendent Cove. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42
: Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello.Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau Mon- Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello.County Enterprise. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.28
after 4th WAKULLA COUNTY.: Leave Lake 9.12 10.08
Suwannee. 1st Monday Mondayin Orange -
Collector of Re'l.'enue-J. H. Tucker Mon
October. ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Lochloosa............... ..... 9.37 10.45 CURTIS fc CO. ,

Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. -Grantham, Wau- Sheriff=Charles Aligord. Crawfordville. Leave Hawthorne................. 9.54 11.15
October. keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Dixie..........................10.11 11.35A. REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, M. ST. MARY'S GEORGIA.
October. Crawfordville. Arrive J aldo.... ..................10.35 12.15JI&r ,
FOURTII CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw-
Spring Term- Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. Day Passenger daily except Sunday ; procured effected. Mortgages negotiated, Exchanges

: St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector} Ret.'euue-R. C. McMillan,Craw- Night Passenger daily. Mill Sites Town: Lots from 25 feet to 4
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent Schools J.C. Ramsey,New Cord ville.
It acres Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,1)0))
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. acres, for sale.
.. Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County; T1'ea.'turer-J.I. N. Peacock, New fordville.
; '.'' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. GOING SOUTH. N. B._"St. :Mary's having been selectedas

I i Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, Leave Fernandina....................... 4.30 p. m. the terminus of the Atlantic& :Mississippi!!
I Fall Term- Old Town. THE FLORIDA Leave Hart's Road...................... 5.10 p. m. Canal (under the survey made for Govern-
.. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.15 p. in. ment by General Gillmdre; ), charters for the

;.: Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. HP OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. GOING NORTH. construction of which having been grantedby

.. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Leave Jacksonville............ ......... 9.00a.m. the United States Government and the
f; Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Leave Hart's Road.10.05a.m. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large

w : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Fernandina Arrive Fernandina........... ........10.45 a. m. increase in the value of adjacent" lands may
;-. Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. _#S8" Trains daily. be confidently looked for. (See New York
Sun 27-3-83.
t FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, )

.,' Spring Term- Tallahassee. Towns on R. R. Line
. : ) Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-.T. L. Demilly Tallahassee. CONNECTIONS.AT .

Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- And Cedar Key.
Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.
March. Assessor f Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. FERNANDINA, FLA.,
[ : '; Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in I With New York and Fernandina Steam- -
; March. i LEVY COUNTY. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and -
Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. )[. Barco, Bronson. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large for New York on Thursday.With BOOTS AND SHOES.
March. Sea Island Route from and to Savan- -
1 Sheriff-J. S. Parker Bronson.
a fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis, Appell, Bronson. number of the most eligible and desirable nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT .
; Sumter 1st Monday in October. Collector of. Revenue-B. B. Barco Cedar CALLAHAN.To .
Marion, 3d Monday in October. ,Key. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for and from Savannah and Charleston,

Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Scliools-J. B. Menden- and all points North and West daily.AT .
'( Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall l, Bronson. City or Suburban Residences, :B {! W. F. WOOD, Jr., } S
. Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in BALDWIN, FLA.,
November. MADISON COUNTY. To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
: SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. ,M. Witherspoon, Madi- UPON EASY TERMS. and all points South, West, and Northwest, \ Proprietor, } E]

Spring Term daily. .
i Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore, Madison. AT HAWTHORNE,
"; ; Volusia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools. Samuel J. Perry,
,I ; ,{ I Dade,3d Monday in April. Madison. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- WILDWOOD. a:
Fall, Term- County 7realUrer-S. S. Smith, Madison. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand

,, Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector Revenue-B.. D. Wordsend, rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- Tampa daily except Sunday.
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. adison. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg s s

Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Tdxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- erty purchased substantial improvements daily except Sunday.AT .

i i, ;- Dade, 2d Monday in November. ison. CEDAR KEY, FLA., ANDS

\ MANATEE COUNTY. for residence, or in which to conduct their With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Sr

.' :. County Officers. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. West and Havana every Saturday ; for New
1 Clerk-Robert S. Griffith business. Orleans Friday from West
., (:; ALACHUA. Manatee. I every ; Key and -
: Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. I Havana every Friday : from New Orleans :a:
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines- INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTURERS .
Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Parish, Braden- every Saturday.With

i; : '. rille.Clerk. J. A.. Carlisle, Gainesville. ,town.Collector Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, by exemption for a term of years from for Tampa and from SteamsbipCompany's Key West, Monday Steamers and- <> C>
0. Tucker Arredondo.
Sheriff; S. ,
Popash. Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Mon-
Assessor of Taxes-S. Wienges, Gaines- taxation offered by the several cities and and
ville. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Friday. { Fernandina, \ :EJa
'. Pine Level. For information respecting routes, rate,
,. CollectorofRevenue-H.C.Dentont Gaines- towns. Apply etc., apply to
; ville. MARION COUNTY. toCHAS.. W. LEWIS, A. o. MACDONELL : \ Cor. Centre & Third. \ S
Superintendent of Schools -W. N. Sheats, County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Fernandina. 'Ticket and Pass.Agent.,

G nesville. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Office, cor. Beach & 7th sts. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21 TIIE NEW STORE.SI T

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the Istof t January. lX -I. to the 1st of January M BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS

TK.\ ::IT & PKSISMJLAB RAIIJIOAD. IrttSS. we are to have. an interesting !
;"',* succession stirring events of which -'
c'ertrain ]II>ave.lay > ; everyone
] Pl.-t r w.l. allll l will wish to hear. Two military campaigns BRADLEY'S
r rt'-il irKevamlViW : ,;. li-'l' -1 J <; BRADLEY'S.
rHiinlft Transit Itual!........ 7.15 a. in.KJslvsUUKth are at present in progress-thiit of El : ,
1 on ., .:. ..... .,. -. ,',: ". ORANGE
/:, and all I point* North Mahdi ]in the Soudan and of the French in f "' -" ..., ._ TREE, CIRCLE BRAND
mi: \\V-t: 7.15 u. Ill.l""IIlt'Ctill Tonqnin! -both of which are approaching ,}:;:. '1 .\;' .- FERTILIZER '

Itt CaHallall.) the critical point. The next session of Parliament '. '," .' .. -:1t. r.>' : BONE ,
? is to be marked, acording to the announced : .

F'Ir L.-nthe 1 ',Florida l'emtetjbi.undal1I Central & purpose tfIr.. Parnell, by a bitter -:,::-" : 1 ': ':, ; :, t.:, .' ?{ (< ,BRADLEY'SFLORIDA BRADLEY'SPURE
I struggle of the Irish: nationalists to 1 :, .
\\'Itl'ru Railroad............ <.15a.m. ; compel .
i at Baldwin.) their English; and Scotch colleagues! to con- ) ': ..- 'f':.: >,! : .
cede to Ireland some measure. of horhe-rule. x wa r
I)., I ? ;: tram arrive*- In default! of this )Ir. Parnell promises to : t( VEGETABLE FINE-GROUND
"'.'......A-Iar Key \\'ilclwul"J;1 laiHl employ his following to so obstruct the 1
th- Transit Road... 3.5011. m. i FERTILIZER, 1 BONE '.:, '
; ::1 in I .int.on : transaction of parliamentary business as to 'f I : r'
-'p.'n :,.IHIIIUth! milt all !points in render the presence of Irish members at St. \ : : BRADLEY'S

,1'14', Vrtli 1ll1't! ... loO p. in.r.111'fallthasee Stephen's intolerable.) This pI ralllllle insures : BRADLEY'S
I'ettaYla! :lIHlall Y.ryVAt
,,, \
succession of
1 a exciting scenes in Par- PATENT
I p"illr-( sill the FI'I'Ma Cl'Jltrt1 liament. The new reform hill which Mr.: .';,;. >-;:: :" ;'.. ., !, ',' ._,-: -" B.D. SKI-FOWL

,v \\Y-fc'ni d.oU p. in.Vilit Gladstone( proposes to carry during the session : .V : PHOSPHATE. ''G
: U A NO. :
: iWMfiijnfr; train leave- of 1884, will also'! doubtless excite ,;, :; ,

I F ,, I ","II\..Ir.y.,11'ildtvllatant] nil general interest in the United l States, as wellas .'y fi .;. : : -- l- Uir5
,:d,:. .111 tIll Transit Il-pad.. 0.40 n. m. throughout the British empire. Vastly W. H. GARLAND -

I'd'' :manual: : and all points North more interesting: to American readers will be : GEO. E. WILSOJT,

..11.1,, l\V.-t..............0.4011.m. the discussion:; to take place Washington \ j:.*. l ; [;:. >rZ.c AGEXT

... 'etiu?,r at (2allUlIa11.) within the next few months over our own :; STATE AGENTFERNANDIN'A ,
Flr'I'allahasu''l..l'e.'llo: :tcllla.unI1 lll 1 reform bill. The Republican members of ,t". .
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,,,,iHts UII the Florida tVntral
\\ : liailnirnl: .................... G.40 1'. in. ref lrlll. The Democrats, it is ail. are -. ; ,

t',m\ncrnu?r ut Ihl\lwill.: ) divided, the majority them t favoring, the "<;: ?*.

NHit P'I"'II-'r train arrive:'- minority opposing it. Which will get the : :'" ? FERTII.-JTZERS !

From Cedar Key, Wild\\'Ulltl. and upper hand ? Will the hiirh-tarin" Democrats ri.. '
all point.-on the Transit Road.- U._3 :1. III. cooperate with the Republicans to maintain -<

From :SaiMiiiMfi; and all pointsin the present absurd 1 iw ? Or will the Democrats \ I have on hand! and am constantly receiving, supplies of

the North and I West................. 9.23 a. in. act together and -end a reform ttrillbill
From l'eusacola. Tallahassee, and to the Senate which the Senate will de I Wilkinson's Celebrated Bone Fertilizers-

:all points on Florida Central & cline'to pass? Every step} of the .struggle;

Western: Railroad.................... 9.23 n. III. in the Capitol at Washington will be watched FOR FRUIT TREES, GRAPE-VINES AND .
with lively concern all over the country
KKUX\XWXA A J\CKSOXVILLK It. It. and by the time Congress adjourns the public Florida Lands.
PREPARED especially suited to our soil and
Train leaves daily- mind will be ripe fur the opening of a t! to withstand climate

F-.r Jacksoiuill-: \: .......... ...... ...........4:30 p. in. Presidential campaign i which, it is safe to jS3 Sold at Manufacturer's crops drouth.I'rloes. freight added.

Train! arrivedailyFrnin say, will exceed in warmth any of its prede- ,
Jacksonville:........ ...........10.45 a. in. : cessors since 18GO. The meeting of the --ALSO IN STOCK :-

tn\ ISLAND! noun :Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the Pure Ground. Bone, Dissolved Bone for Composting: Cotton-Seed Meal

Front Savannah, by the Brid eton 2d of January and the reassembling of the The Peninsular 1--- Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate: of :Potash, Land Plaster etc. ,

fmlay and Saturday............: 4.00 )p. in. Baltimore City Council later in the same ,
month will prove also of 355-Send for Circulars and price
1 I' n/' M\aiinali; by steamer Citof. events engrossing
interest. But supposing the existence of ANDTropical ",v. 1?.
ilruLMiin.:: Sunday< citizen concerned about none of these things Fla., November 17 1883. Got i

\uxmr LINK. till he will need to read The Sun for news --, ._ ; I
I'v York .tirl' t. by hteam- : / of the thousand and one other events of --- :: Florida ------- -----

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< ,i \ ............... history of the world. The period is .....; \ r ;} F A A (rt:
,r .i :i1'\\' York direct by City of one of rapid movement and the citizen who RAILROAD) COMPANIES '\' f1': '.:o..... X, LEV' u,.... EDS
i 1'1'i .Vi'!,Hiio and State of Texas: does not take a paper is sure to be left be II ",, ""Z'.1 f' .\Ci. .;
.. ......... ............ .. 1 I J
i'ul.iy .. 0,).00 )p. in. hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora r' \ ; }. :;:;:<<., '" #" 1tt,,=11",,,,,,,,, .
J/ J \
naner, now is the time before the actors _: 1 i : 'of ALTA PI, tNT** for AI. CROPS .
: I on the world:: stage during the year 1SS4 -ARE---- OFFERTNGLA- -----. -- Nn-. _>C5 TN..., TAP................. I. \' :j'r"\f.rlUA'l'E& Ail ere te',,ted'; only] the best cent I out Cl-'k
I'tst-01Jic Xotlcc.II Grain and raT'nScert f
T'lzimial IL
> and Let (\
; method-
,.. have taken their places and begun to play COUNTIES OF'ALACHUA < l'. (f'Ij of culture, of Orr ins.: Root Cnr, Graces; Fodder Crops, Tri v '
--Prom 8:00 A. M. to GOO p. M. their }parts. When it becomes a question of 1 Plan .n .. etc. only lOots. A':-nl Catalogue and rrtr ZA cf
--T: feveral'tho11E'and varieties, F31EE. F"C I t I SEZ3S.:!
bona" 10:30 11:30
n A. M. A. M. '"
reliable !
securing which will
a newspaper s;,,1r's sh ss l HIRAM
tlr.lcrs< and CO. Rochester. NYr
., ?s.u;! Registered Letters; from contain nil the news, succinctly expressedand i Chicago, IIL
i 1. '1. tll 1:001'i. and from 2:00
; r. MM. the
reported, course to ,
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pursue is plain : take The Sun. .
\I.....'> \1.! .VXD DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. -- -- PUTNANARION .: .5 !!;s

'/> ://":t Published! daily except Sunday. tk a t; \.; ''.' '_ ,, ': .'< '. a ib \ fORD
.\ 1 lily 1 : ;.J ) '. i
< except Sunday....... J'S7 I'. M. :

:',-............. ................................10:00 .... :)I. THE PAPER-OF-THE 7SUMTER -..- ...... .... ,.., .. ,.......... .' .........
/' ".nidiiia ;.>.......

.: ;and St. ': River Terms of Subscription by :Mail, Invariably AND
Ii.i ,' "rrl\'(' daily except Sunday 5.00A.M. Caslrin advance-Postage Free: ,

:Northern mail also)........i.10.00 A. )1. I HERNANDO

;;,.i r,f'III Mull- One Year...........$0.00 One Ionth..50 Cts. > '.
.1! ;:>-'i 1 uillc ,lIId St. JohnVi River, Six Months........ 3.00 Three Weeks..3S; ; Cts. ; ,..-, !

:.imu"\ '*......................................10:1.3.,1.: Four )ll1n thl'..... 2.0U) Two Weeks..2o Cts. AT PRICES FROM ,."
'tMii-ni,! mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. )I. Three Months.... 1.50 I One ct.k..13 Cts.
.I11'1\.III\.i\h i \ St. John's Riverain! Two Months, ..... 1.00 | ;

,tin- North closes. ................ ...... (;:00 A. M. SINGLE COPIES by mail..3 Cts. .
.' .''HIviIk-\ and :St. John's River $1.25 to $10 per Acre. .

":'icloses.! : ......... ..................... 4:00 p. M. THE BALTIMORE 11'EIaiLYSUN. --- .
::= ;=
M, V'ti-ii's JilverS r. '.
t. Man':- and Crandall, arrives A Newspaper} Giving Week's Events in

M,nulland: Thursday...... .........7:00 A. >i. Compact} Shape. All these lands are in the central .. .
: -- ,
AinuTuesday and
I HUM-Tm-\ ,\ay and Friday Friday..2oO, ...........300 p.r. M.)I. $1.00 llAT.TDIORlWEEKr Y SUN. $1.00 peninsular portion of the State, and

v' M 111'('. t .PiinieiK'SVediK', lues- rnA UFhC7-: '*VWi
.l\IY ail TElt Invariably Cash in Advance. within fifteen miles of Railroads in

<'I! .s,,. UViljii'Ml Situnl.iy. arrivcs..11:00: A. M.; Postage Free to all Subscribers; in the United n % }{ .\', II
: itnrd.iv.) .. 3.00 .
; p. )t.a successful
'.M J States and Canada. f operation, traversing :a territory :.'i'-:*
rr'"wv.:1 ; '
!. : 'llll1a\ and Tunrsin. : ;\.1 P k

<'J.' (I''/:". M'MnLy'. arra-ea and'I' ......).............:..1.tOO1.!:00 P. at.. ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. which is being more rapidly B1'" (l. f .! t-ij-Uj :u*;: .'..",4.4: lr w.', 'C'," i"-I A": j-,V....,, 'kk:\.>.i x;_! fj Hc S, !

SAML. T. I RIDDELL. P. M. -- settled and developed than other .X'7). ') -,-rrrrrivrnr.... \ .{...YIT .\ T..7T11V'I
1884. Premium! Conies any 4 '-' -- "-"' 4" J. L.J.. & V : .I. .I.
__ .. __ __ 1884. I : "
'u ____,.____ i .
to Getters Up of Clubs of the State. TOOLS FOR FATS! .
All U'hom it 3Stiy Concern For the Baltimore Weekly Sun." part I ,, m PLANTATIONS.Also .

\'11,1.! HEREBY TAKE The fertility of the soil and accessibility FINE : '
fltat I I. P. L. )n nl'HY.NOTICE Adminfci Five Copies........ ......... .....................$ 5.00 I STCI V.!; CHEAPER; PLOWS

t:: i "s" the estate of Patrick )[l1rl' With an\ extra ('ol'.rIf the Weekly to the largest'and best markets Cf cll'I, 'oJ !. tI. : \Vlng LI ac Ines..
,t I'" I f. will one year.rPV ..
':.I, :t'ireuit make Gout application Fourth Judii-ia tu. the! Circuit Jtitle COPIES............... ..................... 10.00 make these lands particularly desirable -: Farmers vvi'i'' rsc;; **'.- v:-!"?. -* j .3n:: catalogues: &c..
,.: i' "; 1 h. With an extra copy of the Weekly I by writing t ,>> tho tr.rc' ,\
'"' at CJiamber-, in
chancery sittin? Sun one year and one of the for the cultivation of fruits, and} : -'. ..
< ;.ty of Jacksonville, Florida! in said Daily :-' three copy) COLUr' f.. .. .t. neVI York.
iin month-
1 1',1.i. rt t i"r. mi a: decree the Gth authorizing day, of ,February ami .\.. D. FIFTEEN: : COPIES........................... 15.00 early vegetables for shipment. For

;''1'' ;,11'. :Administrator aforesaid empower-( to sell With an extra'copv\ of the Weekly and immediate -
large there is
t f I" di ''rilnition and Sun one year, and one copy of the profits
dispose !
of the
., following Daily Sun nine DR. CLARK
.I. : months. JOHNSON'S
1 lands and real situated in Florida
I'inrn, the counties of Alachua estate and and THIRTY COPIES ..... .... ......... ........ 30.00 no industry equal to the

ill "':i'l t: l Mate: and in the Fifth Judicial Levy Cir-, With an extra copy of the Weekly raising of early vegetables for Northern -
t'Ilit .it' Florida and [beyond the limits of the Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun

r..urth J.idicial/ within which letters of ad'intratioii one year.Getters markets. I ,, INDIAN BLOOD SYRUPCures
were granted on said tate.
vhu' h lands are docribcd as follows-c up of Clubs will find the above For new and descriptive circular,

,hi the town of Archer, in the county of all diseases of the Stomach. laver, oU'els.Kidne's .
A ,"'''ma, said State-Lots terms the most liberal that can be offered by address
one and two ((1 Skiu.and Blood.
'""I 11 ZILLIONS testify to if
-\ in Block No. 17, and Lots 7. 8 and 9 First-Class OHAS. W. LEWIS, !*
I' t V t'u. oijrit, and nine ) in Block Xo. 23 a Family Journal ri efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and

.. ]I'u1:\\ 'lIttltrl.'e..f via:, town), according of Archer to ;the and map in the or I SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cts. Land. Commissioner, pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to )Ian

111\\11 of Waldo in said I Fernandina Fla.
county of Alachua- ,
\.:"ts N-, w. 9 ana' 10 (nine and'ten) in Block Address A. S. ABELL &; Co., Publishers. Or Ocala,' Florida.: 38 E&i GUARANTEED
"', tiventy-two), according to the map : : .,, ,' ;' "

slnmt plan\ of said town of Waldo; and in theY Baltimore, Md. .. ",' .' f: '-'" I> '''.' J. Trade Mark.Laboratory.

thu" .Vf.Ixv-v' said State-the i, and AN ORDINANCEFor '\. *.";?.'1' '_>.' .'.If,\.,;.U" 4f.t .' !.,';... L : r AGENTS ANTED
tiVt'1,> ) (thirty- : ,.' ,>;::- ..
t"",' 'Township 12 (twelve) S., R. 14 (four300 -' Fixing the Rate or Assessment ':" ,..-nl ;- r.iil, "i'i-j: : 11.1 Ea.'t" acres according to the stat. : .% ,..,,-,,. :- 77 West Third
IIll' III' Mich ; for Taxation for f*! : **;- "r : ; ,':' St., New York City. Druggists sell ,it !.-.'
.provided. the Year 1883. : ', .,..J. 'Vit : I :
P. L. n'i;
.'I 1IIIIIIstrator of E'tateof Patrick ; ';:. .1.,,; j t; .: CEDXKTOWJT GA., June 20th, 18R1..4 .
Murphy, IT ORDAINED BY Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever and short trial '"
sIrcastd. CITY yoir :
V' ., ,
.930t1ST. BE .. .
COUNCIL OF FERNA DINA- \ < : : J: !' ( Indian Blood Syrup completely cured. them. '. 'H1 .
., v ; rs3'' ;ft.LJd'jl): Ala it r 4(5 RUDIE CA TLER. .*i ;
JOsJ.a-u's AVADEIYFcrnaudina. :. SECTION 1. That for the purpose of meeting x .
: the current expenses of said City and. S ';, : :.' { .tiji. J1!. :'rh: '1; ; .:' .

1'121. the past due indebtedness thereof for the, year ., '" ", ," tt-.jJ.'all ,.:....., t.'r<..., .:.,,.:.....-: .: :BOOKS AND STATIONERY; I IDO'WSJAIVIAICA '

TII1S INSTITUTION UNDER THE 1883, there be raised by a levy upon the real .' ,,:,; t, ',:, .i ., )lttHt. :;. '.J,;;. ..:,; ,.:... --- -..-....--.._-_ __ '"_;-"__;-.__ --- .

asallt1y, tpf Florida.IOClteJ in'OIe of the 'eltliist' 'the doHilr'us folhiws! : l on "I ". ., ; ... i v':J..",, ""t.r, ..,..,.+.-...( ,.: .:. .:, ,';. ': '. .. I .
} ht'.1 halding! which T Foi current :expenses:'.:,. ..:...l'per cent.For .. ,/ :.. i:. 'oI., tl : .11'1.'bi-,'", ." :. ooltsellcr,. Stationer, NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT
f",J..I: ifs I arlllI1School.! : was is erected<< t pectalll'i 'I. past.due, I tyond.f.t J ,,....'.;.%... 2J mills ',', : ". '. : .<<'<:' .. ., ; : .:_ .' ,, Printer, and Binder. I but contains' all the medicinal properties ,'."J
largeand'ain'. 4t r/"l = ''. '
.. I i'' i ()tire of ,/ SEC.y': : That tl-one'tper) cent; of tie) : ti ;;@, :ft'J w '>.V'ff .- of the finest Jamaica linger Root. It *.
Instruction ; ; '
is liind ,
"1'\\. thorn {lax"above'asg > -, ; '' ,, .. H-; >' } ,
euntprisin') both sC ed f in' .
l'1't' II 'Euhhgh ,ann be. >\ tin i' but' .'thfe ; ; ; .,
t'11111.. V the I branches of a good'educa'f'rSr { : < jCityrScrip or cdsh'5 thnt < ,,; ;, ":: : J-r. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW CURES INDIGESTION HEADACHE :,

Br!':' "uSt0"1' W.a.hiu;,,. e.4 and remaindtrdflthe; { tax_ :(.or' the(2t'two* ( ,and; .. ,-, 1'. ... '' '. ,
riiij, h.tl1C tr111srOf the tax thus assessed shallPasseVi' ? ...'it! .Gj ,::h' '" ;" j1"\ :; : ; SPECIALITY. t.i'r
l0.x1' -
$ ,
'''1'1 i 1,:: :\\'III! ueof Instrument .'812jO.j.Uusio: Jt Les.r:: :\.> tpttit! lp '
11','rtt.! Hlt"? and every .va'eS; 9f.IF.! nc3ir"( J' / !reaillnJiiniiay; : 2.-1881., ''., t -, ,"' ; :i..,.,.;" ',5'';,.'',,i! '1h,:.' .,'. -- DIARRIKEA, DYSENTERY's. J'f

I',,1\llellt"r\ without a.h itlOl. 11"chlrtie.:; ? ::January.r ,ulesavaiccll.atidpassed'second': 18S4 reading, :.: < ''', ;%(i/" ,if'!'.' .', Liberil discounts. to Teachers and
('lUlr! .Il 1. .. ". 1, PAINS in the Stoaiach and Bowels *
S tit I -Trade. and : .
\tnCf> > L .i' Special prices Catalogue free on .
I,1kpls th'frd time < iiftt: \ '..! )
WIll ,1f! :and !adopted t January! '2 $ .
reopen ; "L
J."I r further October 1st.. 1.883.: k H. 1884.- .. ".' '". '' ; : ., application.! "f (,'- .
'" : t'f. : ; : : ? and MALARIA
harttculars '.. '-' \' 1"< ', -,'"'" ''. t.' by warmin" nnd stimnlat- ;: _
t'tiiv." ." apply to the'Amd42". '. .' ., -. bREDr..'HOYT.Presi'dent.of'.Councn ', :: the Stomneh and '.',
--'. ,.'. / ? ; f" 'l' 7 '. b. ".: '; ; .59. W. BAY, STREET; ing >\\\-A into a healthy ',
t' ... ,- -. pro tt m.,.,. :, < action. SM v '
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'J rf' n i .
V .
JQQOQQP; : .i 1'
1 "in c :
'At'L. <> ,1 ; JIara -MiJACKSONVILLE.: FLA.
13I'lck '1' : T. .i... r BRO'S. :
')1,Att the( lowest .1' r, S'a'e' 1'-S" :S ,l .1 J.UT"'F, .,'VOOD,'JR.-GitV' Clerk't. ) :" r .-,., .'", "'' &Jt"--'Al"j.,7. ... "1;; '-" .."'A1J" ; -" -p' ; i ; Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. '
'as .. ..
.tasn inc litr, ct,. SizetpBrick; ) .r r# ..'','''.>.r\. # : _' .!" ..r For Sale at
Approrcl tz ..
!me,. CC' ; o+:+ ;n:: :1"1..r. (:: 5 tiiI.1 '. .. a Bargain., far Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA: .
-Ilj.J1n, STRATTON ttMacon CoO.. F. C. SUHRER, T c .5 "f .... ."<. '.'" #,. "A Miller's Piano. GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made ;-

Ga. Acting Mayor. .FEED V.;. Hoyr. without peppei. 22.


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f i' THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The funeral of the late Major F, C. Suhrer ; A Terrible Tragedy The Calico Hop. Eugene Rouher. once Louis Napoleon's 1

.. will take place'from the! Catholic Church on I The Roller Skating Club has this season I Pnme'IlIl1-tt"r. died at Paris
------ on ,
., .'I..Ji ." Fourth street at 9 o'clock this morning. TWO FAMILIES'MADE. DESOLATE BY ONE RASH given a series of entertainments which have :I morning last. Sulav I .
; P.00 A YEAH $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS .' f '. : I
.., ., The City Council and other city'officials ACT. proved not only I a source of financial encouragement '

Reflection will attend in a body. On Thursday afternoon, about half past to that young institution, but Range of Therniometer;
five o'clock, Mr. T. J. Eppes, a conductor on FOR THE WEEK ENDING FKIDVY,
The Fernandina and Jacksonville Railroad have contributed not a little to the enjoy FEBKC\Rv S
,, Florida & HONEY'S:; DEUO STOKE.: '
the Transit Peninsular Rail-
I Wm. Whaling, Esq., of Chicago, made will carry. passengers to.the State ment and pleasant sotial intercourse of the I

t t,, ", his annual visit to the Egtnont this'we k.. Fair on Tuesday and subsequent days for road, shot and fatally wounded Major F. good people of our beautiful! little city. The I : : I ,-. -
I Mrs.,John Mitchell and three daughters, one fare, and will probably put on excursion C. Snhrer the manager of the Mansion two skating carnivals given by the Club I.: I I j Willli

f F' of St. Louis at the E mont House in this city, on the porch of the ho decided but ___ It- : lay i
were registered trains also. were successes, not more so _
II ,. tel. The shot fired from small 1 __
i this week. The State of Texas I left yesterday morningat was a pistol than the calico hop given last night at the :SlturdayFd). 260 11 GG .(13 ll ()) I XI
Montieello is and entered over the right breast, and Sunday .....3 62: 70 71 iO x:
Dr. T. M. Palmer temporarily rink. A number of ladies wore .
n two o'clock for New York with the following very pretty I : I !
in :Monday .......... .1 S8
lodged the body. Hopes were at first entertained ti.) :.x.
: attending to }he practice of his! son: ,. cargo: 405 boxes of oranges 402 that costumes of. calico, while the gentlemenwere Tuesdav............. 5 63 fY'l 74 I 611 70 r. W
the wound r;
,;.' Dr. J. D. Palmer. boxes cedar 241 barrels rosin 4G bales cot- might not prove gaily decked in the various hues of the R dneillay: ....... (G) 61 741.t; .4 ...
The of St. Peter's mortal, but death occurred about eight or Thursday......... 7 t 63 !
I penny; reading parish 34 barrels and same material. Skating occupied the earlyr t i4 :
syrup 97 packages:; mer- ten hours afterwards. Fridav..._._...... 8 U8; I .4 1.4 701LtPixi i....
.f'' was held at .the residence ofIr.. S. A. chandise. part of the evening but gave way at nine ---'--'- ---
Majur Fernando C. Suhrer has resided in
; Swann Thursday night. o'clock to dancing, in which all partici-
is: The management of the Florida Central Fernandina; tor..many years.: He held various -
Peter the brick manufacturer pated. By a happy thought of one of the :
r Filter wealthy and Western: and Florida Transit and Pen- i
with insular roads have.been lJlidate1. D. E. offices, of public! trust: during that, periounhaving of the Club the for
,; of Sayerville, X. J., his wife, cou managers programmes Port of Fernandina.
Maxwell of the latter, becomes Ge'neral Su- been .at. one.! time postmaster, the
j' were at the Egmont on Tuesday. occasion were printed on the material HIGH
JI perintendent. M: 'Davidson retiring.F. lileniberofthe Cuuiiril'uiid'ut. the time of WATER..

.i .?TJie office of the Florida Mirrof; was this ..B. Papy General Freight Agenr:' and his death was. President of that body. He which formed the principal feature in the Saturday Feb. 9...... G:381.. .; 7:001'1

week transferred to its commodious A. O. Mc I nlIel1..General( Passenger Agent t cost u m es-ca 1 i co. Sunday, 10 ..... Trial i:51': "
'. quar- All of these gentlemen accompanied the served during the civil war as an officer of Monday, 11...... 8:12" .'. :8:37\:: "

ters in the new Duryee brick block. Ohio Editorial Association from Jacksonville the Union Army. He was about fifty years The State Fair. Tuesday, a' I:!...... S:;')) 10 !9:1: S ..

.l ..Mr. John D, Dwyer, proprietor of the to Ocala a year ago last; December, and of age and(, leaves surviving him a widow The fair will open at Jacksonville on Wednesday. ,""'.'.13' ........ : G.. 0)9":
Thursday, 14..:.::10:1:> "- '10o:
made the excursion that :
a success
'.} Sunday Budget's enterprising Boston ever and five.children. He has been of .
very manager next Tuesday. A large attendance is anticipated Friday, 15..10)3.; ; 11:15 "
live in the minds of the hundred and more I :
i paper, is now sojourning; at the Egmont. Ohio quill drivers. the Mansion I I House::; for several years, and from residents and strangers. Excursion ; *.'"_ s ,

.j, C.:J. Baker, Esq., president'of the Franklin I By the way, Northern people who are was regarded as u very peaceable, polite and rates will be made on all the lines 1 ENTERED' .

; .1' Bank of Baltimore with his wife'and now in. Florida or about to go there, and agreeable man in his social deportment.Mr. of road leading into Jacksonville.Tax Feb. 3-S. P. City of.Bridgeton, Denne>

,; I: '. Mrs. Daskill, arrived at the Egmont this particularly the dozen Richland county T. J. Eppes, who tired the fatal shot Savannah with freight anti
people now wintering there, should take a passengers::;, to W. B. Tucker
i r .1 :,' week run over the! Florida Transit at least to the is quite a young man recently married, and the Pistol. agent.

I j justly famous Silver Spring.-MantfeldHerald. had been boarding at the Mansion House While Congress is in session would it-not 5-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1.542
We understand that, this being Leap Year be well, when imposing a heavy tax upon toes New York freight
for several until ; and
;'g, a number of our young society ladies are years very recently. He the manufacture and sale of tobacco: whisky passengersto R. W.Southwick,

proposing to give a Leap Year Hop, at ant Mr. George W. Kittelle proprietor of the was ay native. of Jefferson county in this and other such articles, to include pistol'swith agent

Egtnont Hotel Fernandina Fla., and the State, and a son of Judge T. J. Eppes, of these evils, and tax it out existence? C-S. P. City of Bridgeton. Dennette,

;, early day.C. Baldwin, at Beach Haven, N. J., has issueda Monticello. He surrendered himself to the Neither the traffic in whisky, tobacco, or any Savannah with freight and passengers

E. Sears and wife, of Circlcville, Ohio, sensible and tastefully gotten up pamphlet sheriff other article entails half as much misery on to W. B. Tucker, agent.
I advertising his Florida resort. It givesa soon after the shooting, and was the human family ai'. caused by the pftol.It .
are enjoying the comforts of the Egmont CLE.'R!:O.
history and description of Fernandina ; committed Magistrate Schuyler.Of is a curse to the human r.H'5 it is nowvended.
Feb. 3 S. P. of
City Bridgeton
"I Hotel, where, we understand, they are to complete information of land and water the causes which led to this terrible It furnishes more victims for the Savannah with Dennette.and
'. remain several weeks. routes by which it can be reached ; and a gallows than all other evils combined ; it freight pas.
tragedy there are various A bv W. B. Tucker,
reports. coroner's sengers agent
long list of former guests of the hotel for entails more misery suffering woe and dis- "
Mr. Duffy: of Toronto, Canada has been reference. The pamphlet is illustrated with jury was empaneled yesterday morn- grace upon the human family than any companion G-S. P.Savannah City of"Bridgeton with Dennette.

: engaged as stenographer in the General several wood cuts, giving glimpses of the ing, and after hearing the testimony of of the assassin, the murderer, the ;, by W. freight B. Tucker and

y Freight Office of the Florida Transit and groves:; and landscapes in the neighborhood, several 'witnesses adjourned until this morning thiefaud the coward-than any other known agent.passengers: ,
I I and is of value to anyone contemplating a evil. It is the boon of hi iitvaynmen) whereas, "
Peninsular Railroad. G Schr. Annie P. Chase. Pool I5os-
for further evidence. ,
A post mortem if it for the l .do
Southern tour. The Egmont Hotel 1 is one were nut pNtol we not believe '

Captain B. M. Burroughs, for many years of the hest in Florida. It is admirably appointed examination showed that the ball had that one of these crimes would be committed 7-S. S.ton State; (lum of er.Texas Payne, ,Risk Cook, &1.542ti ( 0.

in every respect, the best Northern passed through the left lung and I where a hundred are now recorded.It .
kt a popular conductor on the Florida railroads produced >ns, New York : with freight
help being secured and the comfort of guests ought to be legislated out of existenceexcept
i internal hemorrhage.The and by R. 'V. South-
has been appointed Road master of the passengers
carefully looked after. Fernandina is cer- ( for the army) as the greatest curseknown

J Florida Central and Western Railroad. tainly among the most attractive of winter most important testimony given be- to civilization. There is not single S-Schr.wick John agent.) S. Davis. Green, Denia-
and fore the coronor's good word that be paid l for it. Out of
resorts a sojourn at the Egmont shouldbe jury was as follows : can
The schooner Howard Williams chartered rara ; lumber Mizell & Bro.
4 on the programme of all Southern tour- every thousand acts committed with a pistol
by the Florida Transit and Peninsular Rail- ists.-Chicago NatiollalIlftel Reporter. C. A. Key, sworn, says: About 5 p. in. on there is not more than one good one-the I' IX PORT.

;, road, is loading 500 tons of old railroad iron the 7th February, 18H4, I was sitting in the rest are all evil. It would l he a blessing to I Brig Salve Virgin Maria (Sp.), Llorca.
reading room of the Mansion I society, to civilization and to the whole Brig Bogota. Tixera.
at the steamship wharf for Philadelphia. The Drainage System, Inspected.We heard .iiioiseof the of feet
scuffling looked
; human race it' pistols had never bee., in- Sch I). W. Hunt, Baker.
1i''j John Henderson, the celebrated New York learn that the City Council Committeeon from my paper and saw two men grapplingwith vented.-Lancaster (S. C.) Ledijer. Sehr. Chas. E. Lester. Truitt.

i t florist, stopped a short time in our city this Sanitary Drainage have made an inspec- recognized each to other be that; heard of Fernando a voice,C.which iSuhrer I The record of the last few weeks in Flor- Schr.Sehr. Mary Flora L.Rogers.Allen Jamieson.Butler.

t week, and was a guest at the Egmont Hotel. tion of the drains, and that active steps will say, What does:; all this mean ? saw: the ida gives force to the above vigorous utterance :

lIe had done Florida, and was on his way be at once taken to improve and perfect the flash of a pistol ; saw Fernando C. tjuhrer of our South Carolina contemporary.It Wood, Wood.

t home.Mr. thorough drainage of the city. The present stagger ; I then then went to the door. Mr. 1'. J. is an evil which must be remedied. I. Having recently established a V '+xxl-Yard
Eppes was standing with one foot on
.. warm weather admonishes us that not I near Dllr 'l-e's mill, provided with all the
J. A. Brooks, of Nashville, formerly only the steps, and one on the platform in front List of Letters :

r: of the 't\., C. & St. L. R. R., has accepted this work, but a general inspection of the of the house ; F. C. Suhrer was on the front in the Post-OHIceat Fernandi a!i necessary machinery for sawingand splitting

city should take place, with the view to porch ; )[r. T. J. Eppes had a whip in his Remaining FIRE-WOOD ,

l the position of Assistant General Passenger! cleanliness and the removal of all deleterious right hand ; Suhrer was holding on to it ; na. Nassau county, Florida, Feb. S, 18S4. I I I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood
.1 and Ticket Agent of the Transit s"stemof : Mr. Eppes had a pistol in his left hand ; 1 Persons calling for these letters must say sawed to any lengths, for either stove or nre-
c. deposits either in the streets or upon private saw Mr. Eppes strike Suhrer with the
railroads.I whip advertised: place. at OXK: DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .
premises. once or twice after he was shot ; I heard A. ELLERMAXX.NOTICE .
Several distinguished Philadelphians have Suhrer ask Eppes What does all this Benjamin, Gilbert Langster. Mrs Julia

been guests of the Egmont this week, among Florida Phosphate mean 1" Eppes replied You insulted my BaggsV Moan, .ingita ,
I' Coleman. J C Motile, John J ,
them Wm. H. Wright and wife Mrs. Ham- The Florida Phosphate Company, at Magnesia wife one week ago to-day ; Suhrer denied of I nnls Sold for
it ; Eppes replied "You did ; Suhrer said Carter J J Muimrri son. Alex To Owners :
ifton Di! ston and party, and Mr. and Mrs.C. Springs, near Hawthorne, are now I may be a dead man, Jeff, but before God Collins, Pots McClenen. Linda Taxes.

: J. Milne. actively engaged in placing their phosphate I did .; Suhrer walked into the house Diady, D C Master, Samuel Geo COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE I
Dehose Elie Moore, A Tallahassee! Fla.. Dec. 18. 1883. i
and to his room I him i
the { of their ; supported on one
market. The
I.. Clarence W. Maxwell, Train Dispatcher on analysis phosphate side and Captain Smith on the other; when Floyd, Mrs Rahall Pallium: Mrs Ann E : WHOSE: LANDS WERE SOLD)
of the Florida Transit and Peninsular Rail- as made by Prof. Colton, is as follows : 1 saw the shooting the two men were Gaskill, Henry Rc-p ione Mrs Alfred tare for taxes prior to the 3d of

road, has assumed the same oflice for the Phosphoric acid. 19 to 23 per cent., equivalent close together in front of each other ; Gurtrue Mrs Mary Reylia, Caller I :March. 1883 will take notice that after the
Suhrer had in his hand Freenan, Mrs Luhy Saws-y: : E 3d of :March 188. the certificates sale will
bone no
r., Florida Central and 'Ve::tern. His office is from 42 to 51J per cent. phosphate.We weapon ; I
do not know what disposition was madeof Hearse. Jos Svndie.: Thus: I he subject to purchase by any one applying
r now at Baldwin. learn that the phosphate; is delivered on M (' for the ail amount required
the pistol ; it was in T. J. Eppes' hand ; Jones Henry :Stuart. same paying
; I' During the continuance of the State Fair board of cars at Hawthorne at $18.50 per saw Mr. George Dewson holding Suhrer's Jinkins, Geo Scipio, Joshua I law. After that date no notice preferenceis

right hand, and heard him to Sourer Langley, Ed Thum:". Wm required to be given to owners.
excursion tickets will be sale at all the
I on ton.This Miss Hat Williams. I W. D. BARAKS
I Let the whip. The then
is a Florida enterprise which promisesto go was I
;' I principal stations on the Florida Transit over. In the house Suhrer said : "Why SAM'LT. I UIDDELL., P. )J. j5-4t Comptroller.
be of to the and
: and Peninsular and Florida Central and great value country, en- did Jeff do it?" Suhrer was shot in the

Western Railway. courages the belief that other phosphatebeds front and above the right breast.

will be found. The value of fertilizers D. Rosenfeld, sworn, says: Was sitting in
I Arthur Parker of the firm of L. G.
Major brought into this country for orange and the reading-room in the Mansion House on

I' Tillotson & Co, 5 Dey street. New York, must be the afternoon of the 7th of February, 1884 ;
vegetable growing very large.A soon after Mr. Suhrer came in with his mail ;
one of the largest houses in railroad sup-
heard a pistol-shot outside on the porch ;
; plies in the United States, was a guest of Fishy Fish Story.In went to look out at the door ; heard someone Ca' E2 Ill

; the Egmont for several days last week. our friendly and veracious exchanges, speaking in a low tone of voice ; thinkit TERMS
was Major Suhrer. When I looked out
Mr. John Hedges, cashier of the Florida we read frequently wonderful 1 tales of fish
the door I
saw a man with a whip in his l
., Transit and Peninsular Railroad system, has takings. Now it is of shad in the St. Johns, hand striking with the whip ; could not see i= CASH. :,

t also been appointed to the same I position of pompinos on the Indian river, or possiblythe the man who had the whip; saw Major .

1!. Florida Central and Western. He Miami. We wish Suhrer come in ; he held his hand to his
I t the assumed manatee at. our good breast ; heard someone say "You insultedmy ... ,- : e'llla'1td iza"

his office on the first of February.Rev. friends, whether piscators or brethren of the wife.:' The man with the whip in his o

J. T. Huntington and wife, of Hart- press, all luck in such items, but we would hand looked in the door before he went J V ,

ford, Conn., who stopped several days at the have the disciples of Isaac Walton know away. He was a small man with small '" a2t Ia
features. Major Suhrer sat about five min-
Egmont this week have left for a short trip that by long odds we believe we can beat utes before he was led to his room ; Major .

up the St. Johns, after which they return them all-even Palatka, in the alligator Suhrer had nothing in his hand when he

again to our city. Mr. Huntington is a pro- line-by a local performance of one of our came in. / '

I fessor in Trinity College. worthy citizens, Captain Vim Sharpe of the Murdered by Her Husband.

I pilot boat Agnes Bell. Captain Sharpe is
t. )lr. W. W. Durant and Mrs. F. C. Durant, Victoria Simmons, a young colored a
make oath that "on
prepared to a recent
\ at : of New York. came to the Egmont this week woman, living opposite the old Episcopal ..
occasion he did in the waters off FernandinaBar -
.>, on a tour of i inspection, and were so favorably Church, was shot and killed by her hus-
with one little hook and one line en-
. I impressed with the hotel and its surroundings ; band, Peter Simmons, on Saturday eveninglast -
tangle capture, draw forth from the vasty
! : that, after a few days they intend at about 9:30 p. m. When found she --

t : to return here for the present. deep,' and safely possess himself (his heirs, was lying on her face on the floor in a poolof

r executors, etc.,) of seventeen fish in one SCRIP EGGS FOR HATCHING.
blood, and her three-months-old ,
babywas CITY
We are having pleasant spring
t I I very haul, to wit: two blackfish and fifteen
: : and the effects of few crawling around in its mother's blood.
; : weather, a warm dayswill LEGHORNS ;
: sharks, neatly taken, and landed in the BROWN
i : I soon be seen in orange blooms and the manner provided to the generally to-be- Her husband had frequent quarrels with IN ANY QUANTITIES, PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
; '
1 ; of We informed that her, and had several times threatenedher
growth vegetation. are PEKIN DUCKS.
expected dubiosity on the part of the pub-
,. I' the flower buds have already begun to show lic life with his pistol. Though not a -
1 themselves in groves in the vicinity of drunkard, he was a man who drank'a good AT :MARKET RATES. PRICE. $2.00 PER SETTING OF 13.
our anxiety to ourselves of this
Lake.Arrangements. deal, and on the night of the murder was
item' for the Mirror we sent forth our P.
evidently under the influence of liquor. He Guaranteed Pure and Fresh.
have been made to sell excursion D. To make diligent search and inquiryas
subsequently, and it would seem immedi- 9 J. FRED LOHMAN. 9 WARREN F. SCOTT.Reasons
ti tickets via the Florida Central and to the manner of taking, and the size of -

: i" ,. .. Western Railroad to New Orleans and re- the fish captured as herein before men- ately after committing the murder, went to
his mother's (Jane Bronson) house and told
turn, during the continuance of the Mardi- tioned, and he states that he was credibly Wh You Peel Bad1 .'
'. her that he had killed his wife but that it .
Gras there, which opens on the 26th inst., at informed that one shark, which was first in- '
was an accident. It seems that he was seen Because your stomach is not doing its work properly.
$20. Pullman sleepers will he run from duced to take the bait and hook, measuredsix .
I New Orleans without by several men in the city during the night Because your liver is out of order, and wants righting.
: Jacksonville to feet or more, and that the two black fish
but escaped across the river and was last Because your blood is thin, and needs iron in it.- \ .
change. and fourteen sharks, subsequently
young I
seen atCallahan.Florida Because are troubled with nervous aches and pains.
g i at their from said shark did not you .
{i The County Commissioners, emanating measure .
'" Because are vexed with languor and debility *>
i license to Fred less than twelve inches thereabouts each State Gazeteer and Business you ,
: meeting this week, granted a or Asldel which wll
All these Reasons Can be Set the Use of Brown's Iron Bitter,
; : J. LOhman to sell wines, liquors, etc., notwithstanding so that it is a fair and just computation to Directory.We Tone enfeebled stomachfand help it to digest. ,-
t I'' j. the vigorous opposition of the say that the said Captain Sharpe at the time, are indebted to Messrs. Cushing & Refresh your wearied liver and put it in splendid order.

temperance people. The commissioners took and place aforesaid, did, in said one cast, Appleyard for a copy of their recent publi- your
Enrich blood and it rich red color.
give a
i the ground that their duties were clearly possess himself of twenty-two feet of fish, tion with the above title. It is a well gottenup your watery, j

i ;' ministerial only, and that they bad no which we are sure cannot be beat. Nor is publication of 500 pages, with a full Calm your worried nerves, and give them restful peace.
.. whole and drive debility and languor out.
; ; grounds "to go behind the returns," and this case singly. Captain Cribbe, of St. .directory of all the cities and towns in Strengthen your system %nearest l
of the
recent occasion in the the State with much valuable informationon Considering that any man who has a dollar may buy
Mr. Lohmau having the: sufficient number Marys, on a caught ,

: ',: ; of subscribers to his petition the license was same manner, with one hook,.fifteen sharks, subjects of great interest. A very excel- druggist a bottle of BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, there is no reason. why peopi*

: granted. -; one black fish and one crab. lent map accompanies the Directory. shod continue to feel badly just for_the fun_of jtr '. i

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