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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 16, 1884
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
General Note:
"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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I 16, 188!. NO. T2.

STATE NEWS. fersonville is of the most deplorable charac-
ter. Of a population of 11,000, about one- Hans to pull Dr. Rylance, the Rector of St. charioteers, as Mr.

Columbia. half have been compelled to leave their :Mark's Church, into the Heber-Newton im- soon discovered that Carnegie calls them,
homes no mode of travel is
and seek
POINT OF EDUC.TIoTbe ; ground. Four-fifths RECEPTION Of IVANHOE COMMANDEBY- broglio because he defended the comparable with coaching
LAKE CITY AS A of the city is inundated. People are suffering man that rural Everything

many good schools in Like City have for- and are begging contributions of ft MM!. REMARKABLE EVOLUTIONS-THE FALSE against whom the charges of heresy are to and England how contains is seen to perfection -

ably impressed the stranger with favor. The Kentucky river is falling at its headwaters PROPHET AND GUM DROPS-THE SOCIETY be pressed, is likely to end unsuccessfully. is in that quiet, peaceful exquisitely, beautiful it all,
orderly lane 1"!
but is still rising an inch an hour at FOR POLITICAL In fact this whole Newton To
The St. James Female Academy, under the Frankfort. EDUCATION scandal is likely foreigners who visit England for the

principal!"i!' of the Rev. C. S. Snowden is THE TERRIBLE -A GOOD WORK. to run to seed. Both the Bishop and the tinual first time the roads" are suggestive of con-
the finest institution of its kind in the State. BOSTON To the Editor of the Mirror: ,Assistant Bishop see the animus at the bot- one enthusiastic over them, exclaims -
February 13.The following des- author, "like balls
tom of the
The Peabody Academy has gained an envia- patch has been received at the office of the NEW YORK, February 6, 1884. whole affair. The prime moversagainst over a billiard table. It is a glide rather

ble reputation under the efficient management Mayor : Decidedly one of the prettiest sights of the Mr. Newton are Dr. da Costa and Mr.than; a roll, with no sensation of jolting."

Boyd. Besides these twoleading PORTSMOUTH 0., February 12. Mr. Quackenbos, the great lay Episcopal Carnegie explains that the coach, horses
of Professor To the Mayor of Boston : year, at any of the grand balls, was afforded and servants were engaged at a
in stipulated
authority this
institution*, many excellent private Our city of over 12,000 souls is entirely by the drills of the Knights Templar at the have diocese, and their efforts sum per week. "We, the gay charioteers

schools, all well attended, are carried on. under water. Our people have been ferrying reception of Ivanhoe Commandery, at Madison shown very plainly that they have not have nothing to do with bills, neither are p
live stock to the hills so much the best interests of the church we in any way responsible for
As early as the building of the Florida University for the past Square Garden. The attendance was at the accidents to
twenty hours. Over one-half of our city heart, as a desire to vent personal dislike property. Every one is allowed a
-the Agricultural: College-can be will be washed away. The water stands immeme and peoplejfrpplauded with rapture and small handbag and a strapped bundle of
will be opened under the finest two and over the evolutions. against the victim of their attacks. coats, cloaks and
completed it in many houses four feet deep on Jjfiarnonds, stars, crosses wraps the heavy trunks

faculty that can be secured. This college, the second floors. Already over one hun and Maltese crosses .were formed by the -----------.--. being where the forwarded every week to the place
dred houses have "A SHIP COMES party are to the
floated oft" marl over HOME. pass next: Sundav.
handsomely endowed by the general one mengance with such "No
gov- rapidity neatness
: hundred others and ele one would believe what
are turned and twisted and To the Editor of the Mirror: appetites -
. ernlllf:>JlI. will 1II\'ca1l the branches as wellas I should think that two hundred frame as to make one. umazed that such *' The driving in this delicious clime arouses.

!' the .\ rictllllll'aJ. The Baptists of the houses are anchored with things could be done happiness of giving happiness is far Shall we ever feel such tigerish
H" ... .. fi".l, +'" +ftn ....._ .._1.1 heavy. ropes .or -. by ought else than sweeter than the pleasure rHrprtlv eniovPll again., ? or.. whip1.._.. i.. 1nd.. .n. :.n ._. __hunger. ..
State, It IS likely, wHl establish their Female water.n. \\f in lIVd" .ft-IlVs It'Il'g-rapu: I..HV J are l1nUcr macmnery. me evolutions 01 the forty by yourself, and I- can recall no-- of momentsof ---J'--- we ever- again- have h"J. "" such UUl'unan sllaH"

College at this point. This will be thus form some an idea parts of of the our The You current can- knights, mounted on coal-black: horses, were suffuse my life in which rarer delight seemed toI I Among the many lovely objects luncheons that; met?

another leading and important institutionof has come through our streets, doing not so successful, however: ; most of the Brighton my whole and heart than when I stoodat their view the "charioteers" were

under the finest much (lama e. We have not riders not saw my friends take their especially charmed with the little
directionit were
learning; placed had seen a paper experienced horsemen and places on the roof of the coach that memorable inns at which they halted.
nor mail The
i is "o ible to secure.: Lake City is the a since Thursday. Sunday moreover, some of }thaanimaLs frightenedby day 1"! care bestowed them scrupulous
and Monday we gut a man to in skin upon by the innkeepers,
geographical centre of the State; is healthy ; seven miles above here and send go despatches. the lights, nn.sic, the\crowds: and excite- The foregoing is an extract from a recent the exquisite cleanliness of the beds, and

l lI3 a beautiful site nestled as she is between The river continues to rise, and we have telegraphed ment, became unruuIHige ble. One of them leading article in the London Telegraph, so the freshness of the food excited favorable ,
several beautiful lakes; has a pure to Columbus to the Secretary of. took the bit between 'his' :teeth and broke interesting and thoroughly suggestive that scenes full and of in instructive every direction historical

and elegant climate : is accessible from all camp State for out tents.on the Our hills people in Kentucky will have and to away, knocking down a man and steppingon we take pleasure in laying it before our I past invited attention.It memories was on of Satur-the

part of the State by railroad. and is boundto back in Ohio to-morrow night. Surely our his breast. The injury, was not serious, readers. day, the 3d of August," says Mr. Carnegie;: ,
exactly ,
become the centre of education in people will be thankful for aid. however, and the people as a rule did not The author and subject of the notice beingno Brighton seven weeks to a,day after leaving
Florida.-Dike City Hcporlcr. < (Signed Chairman) 'j; I Finance"S. 1.Committee.JOHNSON, *' know that an accidcnt"* 'had. happened. mere sentimentalist, who are too often sat down, in our we parlor entered at the Inverness Caledonian, and

LAKE CITY AS A POINT OF EXPORT.-For __ _h_ __ _._____ The false prophet .'Ii Egypt, El Mahdi, content with the rounded period" or-"fine Hotel. Not one of the thirtv-two persons

years The Reporter has given its readers an Hotel Arrivals. through his war of de&%:uction :against the phrasing' of such texts as tell us it is more ever who missed had at various times travelled with us
a meal
accurate annual statement of the export of unbelievers," will be the cause of a marked blessed to give than to receive," yet leav- from fatigue or exposure.or had The been indisposed

produce from Lake City depot. The value The Earl of EGMONT. decrease in the consumption of gum dropsin ing the doing of the good deed to some less 'I never expect to be as happy exclamation for seven,
Huntington, Lord lit '
estimated at a safe and low figure, ranges. Captain J W Gambier (R N), J :\Iorl'Jck ings, E a very short time. On account of the poetical but more practical acquaintance, porters.weeks again" met with a chorus of sup-

from $050,000 to $720,000 per an uum. Thisis Jordan, England ; C D Willard and son, war in the Soudan,. thbgutn arabic cannotbe but on the contrary one of the busiest and .

i: the best evidence we can offer those visiting F A Richardson, S I Wailes. C A Mi-Owen taken to or from i Khartum. the depot most energetic men in our lands, the emI '--- ---- '-- -

and, wife. Washington. ; Major B S Ilenning for this tvwlii/f. and 111';* iil/itror in his; works of lit; .rlllv tlir. FLORIDA'S 1l.fILJVAYS.
our section, prospecting for homes --- conSPC1I1PIlI'I. .._ > tl..rt... .... I .. nciTi/la.. r\f -
that ------- ---------: ---- 4
anu wile j u (ijuigiey.: John '\\neeier.. 1'rooably in no State
without Chas E is a shortage in tlie-supply; A manufacturing well-contended hands," whose hearts must of the Union has
ire arc question the best agricultural Loew G Leve, Thos Nast, J S War there been

fruit and vegetable section in the State. den, J II 'Yatlin ton, 0 C Johnson, Xew confectioner told me afuw days ago that often beat responsive to the kindness of more improvement. wrought

We give plain facts and figures gathered and I York ; "'m Bliss Miss BUs, Miss Ball, II gum arabic, which up to a few months since their employer, whose proud boast it has through the repairing of old roads and the
Perkins. Dr J B Upham Boston E W Per- building of new ones than in
compiled with care from the books of the nell, P II Schetky and wife, H G; Stel wagon sold easily at eight cents a pound, now had been that through good and bad times the year 1883, and with this Florida in the

Florida Central & Western Railroad and and wife, A Weed, Thos N Dixon and advanced to twenty-four* and would go even most perfect trust and confidence has ever the improvement in
the Southern Express Company. These ex- mother, Jos Smith and wife, Miss Smith, higher in a very short-C time. Chemistry has existed throughout their vast works, in way transportation there bas been an

ports consist of cotton, oats, sugar, syrup, Joel Cook H, E W Taxis, A A Brower, Phila provided a kind of a substitute for this pro- which employment is given to some six even more marked improvement in the
delphia Potwin and
wife Mrs general business
; Knox and of this
bides, tallow, wax, honey and cotton seed. daughter, Mrs Burgess, Mrs M T Potwin, C duct in a material called dextrine, but for thousand workmen, and who "have been States. This one of the Gulf

Lumber forms an important item in our export R Cummings and wife Mrs General Tor- great number of Productions of the never known to strike." Not content with about prosperity has been brought

and hereafter we shall give it that at- rance, Mrs Wallace Barker and son, Chicago; confectioner it cannot,be Used.: Hence fancy the consciousness of good resulting to so largely through the efforts of a syndi-

F Y Donnelly, S J Carrand wife, Baltimore; articles in the '' in their cate of which Major B. S. Henning well
line ,
tention it deserves. Lake City is peculiarlya Thos Egleston, J A Sams, W II Bainett, J candy Uvill soon command many employment, the brothers known in this section is

centre of trade, as its enormous export annually W Pierce Atlanta ; Theo N Wright J C fancy prices aijtl eventually disappear Carnegie have already donated upward of president. This"

indicates, and its back country is one Hoagland and wife, J G Dettmer and wife, entirely, unless the Egyptians acquire more half a milli dollars as "thank "offerings"for company has constructed and has in opera: "

of the most fertile in the J-B_Selleck and wife, Brooklyn NY : S V bravery and do not turn tail the the wonderful success which has tion 494 miles of railroad in Florida ; viz. :
City IJ n Ir M rtc-ci. rl 1\T uTii ,., ... moment ___ .. .
., --:-*-'.I-..svoa_, .\'4'r!_oct .T-Jn....."*.*.l..II'j-tnc' *, -Fprnn71f1ina___._.--...... t"-v"I("t UiU::1 : TJ" "'* 'n.
lieitorter. Cleveland ; W A Robinson and wife George the forces of the Jlanai appear against their business at ruttsourg ana else Panasoffkee .n.ty -v- jYaIdO to

---- -- ---- Gaulbet and wife, E A Grant Jr, Louisville them. where. It is, therefore, with more than including branch to Silver
FLOODS IN THE WEST. Rev H A Miss ; Spring, 86 ; Jacksonville to Hart's
Dodge Jennie V Dodge ordinary interest reads Road
In a few weeks the for Political one of the fruition of
Evansville, Ind P R and Junction,22 Jacksonville
; King wife, Miss Mr. Andrew ; to Chattahoochee
Gough, Atchinson Kan R Education will celebrate the third anniver- Carnegie's hopes, and easily ,
L Clark
THIRTY THOUSAND PEOPLE DESTITUTE. ; C Van 209 ; Tallahassee to St. Marks 21
Dorman, Miss Hoa lin. T W Roby, Jack- sary of its formation. Quietly and unob- picture to ourselves the happiness he foundin ; Drifton to
GALLIPOLIS, 0., February 13.-It is esti- son vilTe J A Terrell more than Monticello, 4 ; total in operation, 494. The
mated that thousand ; Davisboro Ga ; Miss trusively this organization has done realizing his early dreams, so
thirty a good
the persons along E A Easton, Danville, Pa ; R H Smith, St. modestly told in the columns same syndicate has the following extensions '
river, within a distance of twentyfivemiles Catharines work during its brief term of existence. It of the Tele-
Out J
P Beale
; Palatka G F already commenced
; : Panasoffkee
will have to
to fed graph. Tampa
weeks. by charity for two King and wife, Holton, Kan ; Mrs TSmith, is entirely non-partisan, since among its Bay 75 ; branch via Leesburg to Indian

Pekin, Ill; Wm R Stone and wife; Platts- founders were men of all parties. The We hope, now that he seems to have done river, 104 ; branch to Brooksville, 20; Bron-

A GLOOMY OUTLOOK. i. burg ; Walter Ferguson, Pittsburg ; W G founders started out with the idea 'that the the old country so thoroughly, that he will son to Suwanee river, 20-and when com-

CIXCIKXATI, February 13, 1:30 p. in.-The Lee, Virginia ; J F Tointelotte, Duluth ere long turn his steps Southward and pleted will own 713 miles of railway.
! river Minn J Waldron success of our government depends the enjoy
marks sixty-nine feet eleven inches. ; and wife, New Brunswick on The railroad company also line
I owns
The rise: varied during the forenoon from N J; J F Leech, wife, two childrenand active political influence of educated intelli- the delightful home his brother, Mr.ThomasM. passenger and freight steamers which a run of

one-quarter to one-half inch per hour. The two maids, Mrs D E Park, Washington, gence. They hold that the';right of each Carnegie, is preparing at historic Dun- daily between Fernandina and Savannah.

weather is misty and rain is falling with the D C; Isaac Hinckley, Philadelphia ; G T G citizen to a free voice geness, than which no more beautiful estate Miles, 150. The portion of the road between
wind northwest. The Signal Service flag, White, Geo W White, E J Whitehead, wife must be upheld ; that Fernandina and Chattahoochee
exists in the
denoting the coming of cold weather, floats: and two children. Stanford White and wife, officeholders must not control the suffrage ; South, and where we hope for through the fertile garden of Florida passes,
to-day for the third time since the flood be- Barnard Schiff.Mrs Williams, Miss Williams, that the holding of office: must depend solelyon many years to come the worthy owner will necting with the Pensacola division of the

gan. Hitherto its presence was welcomed Geo Hollinsliill: Geo Taylor and wife, New 'I''' fitness and good behavior that enjoy the health and happiness so well deFrom Louisville & Nashville at Chattahoochee.
trade has
now it brinirs the worst amnreheusions.a. York. :. H G Seavins and wife. Boston : H C ..1._ _!_'-.. .._ ., ;; ...............,.,..,1. .,,, "",hI.. n'''' .lit : The branch to Cedar. Kpv. n.'c.....;:........ thM l.
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me "V UVU' n vu l. u.vU U
Uold weather now could have ilOSubstalltial .uaiawin. JNaugatucK, ulna ; lIiss'Kate iiyui tu tne Brest suope,-uiuenereu uy lumber tracts of land, while the southern

t effect on the flood, which has about done Ellis, Delaware Water Gap, Pa ; Louis Miller, government expenses ; that corporations division passes through the extensive
its worst, but with cold weather the Baltimore; Mrs J T Turner, Iowa of Florida. Work orange
imprisoned City, Ia : must be restricted from the abuse of privi- the London groves is to be pushed at
people in all the towns and cities along A B Beers and wife Bridgeport, Conn ; R T leges and that Telegraph, January, 1884.In once on the extension from Leesburg to the .
the river would suffer terribly for lack of Ford, Louisiana; James Grahame, Edinburgh a wholesome and active public a book lately published in New York choice lands which lie between the little

fuel. Few realize the difficulty of getting Scotland. opinion, not hampered by machine con- for private circulation entitled Our Coach- lakes, where orange culture is so rapidly

supplies delivered. There are no landings trol, is the true safeguard of our institutions. ing Trip from Brighton to Inverness," Mr. developing. Push is the motto of Major

fur steamers, and the damage done to building List of Letters These are some of the objects of the society, Andrew Carnegie tells us that, when he wasa Henning. Within the last thirty days he
by the waves caused by passing steamers young and comparatively that has purchased four new
Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina and it endeavors poor man- engines 150 freight
: has been so great as to cause the occupants to carry them out by sub- is to say, with an income of no more than. cars, forty-five miles of steel rails, and 200,

of flooded houses to fire on the Nassau county, Florida, Feb. 16, 1884. mitting from time to time to its members, $1,500, or ;300, a year-he made a walking I 000 cross-ties. While the earnings of the-

steamers bringing them relief. The relief Persons calling for these letters must say lists of books which it regards desirable tour through Southern England, knapsackon three divisions now in operation are steadily

steamers be to be of real service will have to advertised: reading on current political and economical back, in company with three young increasing, Superintendent Maxwell states
equipped with life saving and American friends. It had he been able to
Billington E M was during this pedestrian cars the exhibit
boats. Parker. Corneiia J issues and
It can be by selecting annual courses for would have
readily seen how slow Baby, Mrs excursion that he announced his been more favorable. With
Margret Lewis
of would be the work of carrying any quantity Criten, Martha Long,,Mrs Mrs M Emarriem E its members. Furthermore it assists in the intention of "driving a party of his: dearest the beginning of this year a line of fine

fuel to such places as Lawrenceburg, Carmin ((3)) formation of reading and correspondingclubs friends from Brighton to Inverness" when sleeping coaches has been put on the main
and New Richmond Ohio that McElya, Charley his had '' line, and the
are Carthran, W B Morgln for discussion of social ships come home, or. in other several divisions are being
entirely submerged and surrounded with Crittenden, J W Madock, Minttie political and words: when be had become a rich man. In operated with as much regularity and

1 Codding. W M Emanual economical questions. The publishing firm the summer Of 1881 he had the happiness of system as the best Northern roads. One

Copper, Thos Nays, Miss M of G. P. Putnam's Sons in West Twenty- seeing his vision realized. "It was some- singular feature is that nearly'every road in

I To-day dispatches were received announc- : Davant, Col Porker Frank third street have done a goodand meritorious thing of an air castle," he writes, "or of a the State outside of the Henning system
lUg Peck T W -
contributions from dream in those far-off will, with the
various sources, days-but see how it completion of the latter be-
Doyle JDrummond ,
I among them being an appropriation of $500 Purcell. W H work by making themselves the agentsif has come to pass." A modest phaeton, or come feeders, which makes their system
from Steph Ponis ,
5500 the Town Council of Lebanon, 0., Higgins, J W Quinn,,Alfred Peter the term may be used of this body, as ,I wagonnette, with a pair of horses, had or- .much more Valuable than were they to be-

from a business firm in Chicago, and Hall, Mary Ratcliff W B also by publishing new works often without iginally been the extent of his dream, but in come competitors.: Indianapolis Journal.
slIllIarsums ,
11 from New York and Philadel- the end the which
Fairy" had in the interim -
Hughbank, Jas Roberts gain to deemed
firms Sophia are advisable
fhla having representatives here. blessed him with the capacity of mak- State
Harrey C W Sunday School
l' "e s bscriptions have alert been rivcw1 u ft ft ,v____.._ Reyden. Benjamin by the society for the further information in!! a laJ1e fortune__ __ started__ _him_.__ nIT__ nnnn his... '"_ ._u., .. ._ Association.
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lruw .Li106U'J' "UUCJI:: wese; TI10S -t' u a. x:>y inviuuion arum me
citizens: them being and education of its driving trip citizens oi irensa-
$250 among one of Hendricks, Laurence Ed members. Any addi- through England and Wales
Issued from R. R. Springer. A call has been Hirsch & Co Smith ROle, Simon tional information regarding the society with four horses, and with two friends for cola this Association will meet in that city
Gad by Mayor Llovd, commander of the Johnson Lucinda Smith'P D these gentlemen will everyone that he had pleased himself with on Tuesday, 4th of March next.
Army of the Republic for contributions gladly furnish. imagining as sure to take the
from Johnson, E D Wilson, Wm journey his The Executive Committee do
State. the various posts throughout the Johnson, R Wideawake Ben Mr. Thomas Kinsella,' the veteran editorof company. On the morning of June 17th request that the earnestly
t he superintendent
took his of
beside each
place the
A Jenkins Pheb >e Wise C C the Brooklyn Eagle is coachman upon
dying and
heavy current from Licking river this. Johnson Woodhull perhaps the box seat of ,his hired drag,"which ,was Sunday school will have a delegate in at-
morning Johrey :Mrs M D before this letter
washed reaches his
you. obituarymay front
of the
away twenty or more SAM'L T. up .Grand..Hotel at tendance.
Jouses in Newport, Ky. They were hud- RIDDELL P. M. have.been sent over the wires. In him Brighton. He rehearses for our benefit the Pastors in

s&apes.together and thrown into all sorts of Notice. the Brooklyn Democracy loses one of its names of his companions, and bursts forth charge of Sunday schools are

py Three streets are completely blocked ablest and i. into an apostrophe deseriptive of the delight expected to attend,and requested to see that
hear: houses which have been removed from All persons are hereby warned not to negotiate most courageous supporters, a' with which "he saw the four-in-hand drive their schools are represented by earnest

foundations. or trade for School Warrant No. 64, man who by sheer force of' skill and mind up to the door, the horses-four noble bays workers.As .

river CteciiwATi February 13, 10 p. .-The for the amount of $20, issued to the under- has kept Kings county a Democratic stronghold .=champing the bits, their harness buckles this
now stands feet signed; said warrant having been lost glistening in the sun the coach association embraces all Christian
A heavy seventy four inches. by .- He has also made, the ElJfll=one or spick and
there rain fell from 6 to 8:30: p. m., when me. RACHEL BEEKS. : .span new and as glossy as a mirror, with the denominations in the State, we respectfully
'Weather.JUfEBSoNVILLE'S were slight indications often colder Orange Bluff, Fla., ,February 14, 1884. the most, valuable pieces* ._of newspape>i prop= "'"coachman: the box and the servants be- ask that each portion of the State be

erty in the country.,' It-. has'.never had "na' hind. The happiness of giving happiness," sented. repre-

DESPERATE STRAIT. Valuable Orange Lands.far- Sale tional.influence, and in fact, it'bas no circulation :- be adds, is far. sweeter than the pleasure
.l<> directly enjoyed by yourself and I By arrangement with the railroad companies
Ul8VILLE Tracts containing. can recall -
February 13 twenty acres, each of outside of andthe'
ver is 12:30 p. m.-The county no moments of life in which delegates will
rising at the choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake my rarer'delight be charged full, fare
h ou rate of an inch per immediately surrounding it but there it is seemed to suffuse
: It now marks fort suitable for orange growing and truck farm ; my whole heart than going and returned free.
i Inches in the canal this.three feet and ing are now offered for sale. These lands a power. The resident of=Kings county regards when I stood at Brighton and saw my Pastors or superintendents '
ght inches of the being are very conveniently situated for transportation his Eagle with the same venerationand friends take their places. upon the roof that please
A heaVy highest water of 1883. memorable day." It was one of those send promptly ,to Rev. C.. V. '
wind has been ,"by water or rail, and will be sold on docility as the Englishman his Times lovely ,
past blowing for thee
'Welve mornings which ,have often made Americans chairman of local
hours, terms to suit purchasers. Titles are committee, Pensacola
conSlderab: le causing waves to do unques and in consequence the advertising patron- from Washington Irving downward
damage to tionable. Also valuable timber lands in the names delegates, that
little property. There is age of the is declare that there is nothing in the worldmore accommodations
SUffenng here but large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, paper simply enormous. be
the secured.
news from Jef. may T. W. MOOEK
than the Pres't.
enjoyable beauty of a fine ,
February 16, 1882. Fernandina Fla. The effort made by a clique of Episcopa-
summer day in Great Britain. The "gay B. A COACHMAN, Chair'n Exec. Com.



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,, ,;: ;1 WHAT MIGHT IT A VE BEEN. and Laurence was critical and correct opinion; but the joy I quite ready, but let, us be enga ed. Will '" Etta." hesaid. breaking the silence." when the 1st January, 1884, to the 1st of January
tinged by vexation as he ,recollectedthat you, dear?" ," are we to be married; you will be of age in I 1885, we are to have an interesting
have been was don't mind on1 "one 'condition-that January?" succession stirring events of which everY
; So many things that might if luck had been more propitious. he "I ,
Had our dear child not died. himself might have been placed next Etta. you say nothing about it to anybody. I hate "Yes," said Etta with a sigh. o ic will wish to hear. Two military campaigns -

(t We count them up and call them o'er, To-night she had not even leisure to throw fuss and congratulations, and I want to hunt May, I tell Weeds? I think she ought to are at present in progress-that of :Fl

:::1 We weigh the less against the more, one of her pretty bright glances across to next winter." know." I Mahdi in the Soudan and uf the French in;
was "No I forbid vou-vou must::> not tell : Tonquin-both of which are
The joy she never knew or tshared, where he sat biting his moustache and tryingin Lord Carlton's outspoken gratitude no approachiiv
her next remark : her.'' the critical point. The next session of Pa;
forever checked
The bitter woes spared, vain to on a rapid conversationwith promptly by I
i..i 'r1iednger turned aside- the clergyman's carry daughter,' a shy girl Weeds said no man'-would let 'me hunt Lord Carlton did not answer, and the I liament is to be marked, acording to the announced

'; ,q Heavens full security-and then, wearing crumpled white muslin. Dinner when I was married. 'I would not agree to monotonous roll of the carriages outside purpose of Mr. Parnell by a bitter

; Perplexed, we sigh-all might have been. ended, he fared a little better, for Bowler, that, you know,so we had better understand could be heard quite distimictly.'I struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel

," cheeks the tiresome old dandy, buttonholed him in one another at once." Etta, do you love me?" their English and Scotch colleagues to Concede
We might have seen her sweet glow much like" I have promised to you, Jim." to Ireland some measure of-honif-ru,
.. order to demonstrate the best method of tying "You shall hunt as as you marry
i 1"W th love's own happy bloom, '. love ? Youdon't In default of this Mr. Parnell .
me-do ,
full a white tie. Jim thus found himself Lord Carlton said with a sigh, provided Don't deceive you me promiM-" ;?
i Her eyes with maiden gladness one of the last to leave the diningroom.By you promise to take care." know how much I care. I'm a rough employ his following to so obstrnn tie
,1'j; t Finding the whole world fail; that time a bevy admirers surrounded "You won't insist on my riding down fellow, I know, only you always were so transaction of parliamentary business as t.,

: We might have seen the joyance Etta and Laurence occupied a chair beside green lanes, will you, instead.of jumping kind to me, and put up with my ways. I render the presence of Irish"members at >r.

..' The dear face sadden and grow pale, her. Jim consoled himself with Lady Mar fences?" She gave him a coquettish) glance, know I never was good enough for you, and Stephen's intolerable. This programme insures -

The smiles fade into gloom which sent the blood to his cheeks. Etta perhaps it's all my fault; but Etta, you are a succession of exciting scenes: in Par
Love's sun grow dim and sink again- igold. the and knew' the changed-is it-" liament. The new reform bill. which Mr
1. been. Etta is looking nice to-night, said had been courted before, -way
Either of those might
; _' lively little widow, twirling a gigantic fan. to men's hearts. Etta kept her eyes on the ground, and Gladstone proposes to carry during the session

We might have seen her with the crown .. What a lucky girl she is-an orphan witha Not more than I can help darling." nervously smoothed the laces of her sleeve. of 1884, will also! doubtless exi-ite:

:- Of wifehood on her head, fortune, free to do as she likes, I under- With this assurance she had to be content Etta:speak to me. I see how it is." He general interest in the United States as well

: A queen of home's fair sovereignties stand. She has three thousand a year- and. arriving at the castle soon after, began to rub the fingers of one hand againstthe as throughout the British empire. VaMlv

With little children at her knees; quite a comfortable jointure; but, you know, went upstairs with the intention of taking palm of the other, and his voice soundedin more interesting to American readers will be

; Or, broken-hearted and alone, she has made a vow not to marry until she off her habit and infprming Mrs. Weedon of the twilight like broken sob.h'We had the discussion to take place at Washington
Bereft and widowed of her own richas her Instead, however, by within the next few months over our own
S is twenty-one, and then only a man as engagement. better break it off-
.{ Mourning beside her dead- herself." some feminine precocity, she only executed No, Jim, I mean to marry you,"she said reform bill. The Republican members of

.' This thing or that, beyond our ken, A very wise resolution," said Lord Carl- half of her programme, arraying herself ina firmly. the present Congress are opposed to tariff

It might have been, it might have been. ton, joyfully remembering that he was a fit tea gown and reading Black, but Comely "Then, there's another thing." He paced reform. The Democrats, it is said, are

,j } match for any girl. I by the fire till dinner time and the hour the room again, restlessly pulling at his divided, the majority of them favoring, the

: There is no need of questions now, It sounds mercenary, perhaps, hut Etta for confidences over. moustache. I have not felt quite well lately minority opposing it. Which will get the

'R ; No doubts, or risks, or fears ; has very distinct views about matrimony.She -my doctor says I ought to go abroad-it's upper hand? Will the high-tariff Democrats
Safe folded in the Eternal care, to her ridic- cooperate with the Republicans to maintainthe
Ii. does not wish to owe everything indigestion, or lungs, or something
I J I' Grown fairer each and still more fair, husband, and she likes a good deal of lux- A year elapsed. Christmas approached, ulous that's the matter ; we couldn't be present absurd law ? Or will the Democrats

.c : With radiance in the clear young eyes ury, hunters and a cottage on the river." and with it the hour of Etta's majority. She married just yet, so, perhaps it would be act together, and send a reform tariff

i; i Which in cool depth of paradise "She rides and skulls splendidly, too, by had insisted on such rigid secrecy respectingher wise to give it up." bill to the Senate which the Senate will decline -

I Look without stain or tears, Jove !t" said he, warmly.T engagement, whether from maidenlymodestv Jim I"! to pass? Every step of the strugglein

I.. Reading the Lord's intent, and then T.uau.r n,1.. ... .. <.;.nlil InnirliRd..b. "Tfvon-. y -nrp.n-- -- or cirlish n.n love for mischief did not aL v_Le...<;, .t'44 E:j I,I,Q,., T'J. "Ill, nnf" MJ Cn snffc"""' ." U3.'.. vnn"' t.hinlr.......-- the Capitol at Washington will be watched
., Smiling to think what might have been. appreciative, why do you let that handsomeMr. transpire, that even easy-going Mrs. Weedon and I'm not the man to drive a hard bar- with lively concern all over the country,

Hillesden, with the dark eyes, have it knew not whatjto think. She only noticed gain-and, perhaps you will care to hunt, and by the time Congress adjourns the public

We too, will smile, oh, dearest child; all his own way? He appears to be insinu- that Etta drooped somewhat that she was after all, and take the chestnut mare." mind will be ripe for the opening of a.

: Our dull souls may not know ating himself into her good graces." quieter and less self-willed, used(] fewer suing Etta sprang to her feet, took Lord Carl- Presidential campaign which, it is safe to

The deep things hidden from mortal sense "Laurence is my oldest friend," said Jim, phrases, and had ceased to find any charm ton's hands in hers, and leaned her cheeks say, will exceed in warmth any of its prede-

Which find their heavenly confidence; but he looked serious. in the nickname of "Weeds." Mr. Hillesdenhad against his shoulder. For a second Lord cessors since 1860. The meeting of the

On this one sure thought can we rest LadyIarigold's good nature was proverbial. requested permission to pay his respects. Carlton thought himself a fool. Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the

: That God has chosen for the best, "Listen,:' she said. "Tell :Mr. Hilles- and his visits, meanwhile, were renewed "Jim, how did you know? How good 2d January and the reassembling of the
Or else it were not so: On these Baltimore City Council later in the tame
: den I want to speak to him, and then take with pertinacious regularity. occasions are!"
He called thee back to Heaven again, his place as soon as be vacates it." Etta laughed: with all her old vivacity.Mrs. you The twilight deepened into night, starred month, will prove also events of engrossing

Because he knew what might have been. Lord Carlton gratefully accepted the pro- Weedon drew her own conclusions, but by the twinkling gas lamps in the street ; interest. But supposing the existence of a

posal, and soon found himself in blissful: kept them to herself. the fire danced in mocking flickers upon citizen concerned about none of these things
afternoon in December Lord Carlton, still he will need to read The Sun for news
I LORD O.4RLTON'S, DEBT. peace at Etta's: side. Jim's pale face and tightly-drawn lips as
of the house of the thousand and one other events of
Lend me your chestnut mare to-mor- entering the little he pressed Etta passionately in his arms.
row," she said eagerly. I had intended to in London where tlutwo ladies lived, found The temptation had been great,but the hard interest that go so far to make up the cur-
"I am so glad he is coming to-day; I first- luxuriously her sofa rent history of the world. The period is
hunt, but as I find it is likely to be a Etta lying among battle was won. The dearest and sweetest
want you to know him," said Lord Carlton. rate: day, I should like to go, and I know cushions, looking languid and pretty, and little woman in all the world-but not for one of rapid movement,and the citizen who
: *' I know so many men already," said the won't mind." holding her book upside down. She greeted him. does not take a paper is sure to be left be

pretty Etta, tossing her head. you.. It will give me the greatest pleasure to him listlessly, and he fancied there were One kiss, we are parting ; it cannot sig hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora

But there is none like Laurence Hilles do anything for you," answered with unnecessary traces of tears in her blue eyes. He immediately nify. Good-by-my darling ; good-by." paper, now is the time, before the actorson
den ; he was my greatest chum at Eton.'' assumed extra cli eerful ness. the world's stage during: the year 1884
Which means shared one another's emphasis.Etta He loosened her from his arms, but their have taken their places and begun to play
you still in London ? You
'I, lollypops and helped one another out of gave: a little laugh of conscious triumph Etta, why are you" hands met again. their parts. When it becomes a question of
I and rose to join the procession of should go and hunt. I I II You will come and see us as usual? securing a reliable newspaper, which will

scrapes"No, which suppose.means that he was the ladies at that instant streaming up the stairs : I don't care so much about hunting as I Jim brushed his sleeve across his eyes, and contain all the news, succinctly expressedand :
; ; with candles in their hands, on their way to did." She blushed a little becomingly. muttered some unintelligible words, Doc-
1 and the best-natured fellow in the I fairly reported, the proper course to
pluckiest swt"Gf, 1.1 lir 1 ? fit .' TTrnnia .,...... it is unladylike. '" H +."
: 'onldbesidesbehaviiigJikea hero on one rest .ta nngerea: unusuaiiy laie in me V onjr o vtjr tor-Iorelgll servieeIn -oeuer uu pursue is plain : take The own.
I call that real shame of Weeds, when
occasion." blue chintz room appropriated to her chaperon. a another moment Etta stood tremblingin

When was that?" Etta condescended She stood fingering her bracelets, and she knows how fond you are of it.: He the darkness of the room, by the fast- THE SUN,
to look interested. meditatively arranging them on the lace tapped his boot impatiently" with the tip dying embers, a free woman. For one brief Published daily except Sunday.
: table. Mrs. cane. You used to say hunting -
his walking
Why, when I was a little chap, had just and muslin-draped dressing instant a sense of solitude and loss overcame
worth for.
to Eton and couldn't swim, I man- Weedon, meanwhile, whom Etta mischievously was the one thing living her. She stooped her head and kiss?ll the THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE.
;e '. come in allusion to herwidow's Oh no," answered Etta very softly.
named had fallen
on --
with where two crystal drops
rules to in the boat spot
aged, go with for
unloosed her hair were angry me once
another fellow. Somehow or other the boat dress, quietly Why you her hand. Terms of Subscription Mail, InvariablyCash
the other fellow saved himself, and and arrayed herself a dressing-gown. taking you down a green lane. Do you remember Next day Mr. Hillesden, seated in all the in advance-Postage Free:
upset ; tired ? she said at ? it was the day of our engage-
there was I quietly going to the bottom, Etta, are you not triumph of an accepted lover by: Etta's side,

... with no end of a splash. Laurence, who last, yawning. ment. showed her a letter he had received from One Year...........$6.00 One Month..5OCts.
was standing with his hands in his pockets I am never tired you know, Weeds," "That was last year, Jim. Lord Carlton. "Try your luck with Miss Six Months....... 3.00 I Three ,\ eeks..38 Cts.
i ensued.
the bank, jumped in with his clothes on, responded Etta, briefly, but if you want to An embarrassed silence Doncaster." it said. "I think you need haveno Four Mouths.... 2.00 Two Weeks..25 Cts.

on and pulled me out. It was a tough job, for sleep I'll go. By the bye, I am to ride Jim's twisted her pocket-h ;'ldkerchief' betweenher fear. I wish you all happiness, but regret Three Months.... 1.50 \ One Week......13 Cts.

drowned him with frantic mare to-morrow." fingers. I cannot do so in person. I have volun- Two Months..... 1.00
clutches I nearly and struggles. He was my almost My dear, how often have I told you to What is the matter, Etta? Tell me; is it teered for foreign service, and am off at once. SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts.
: their full titles? 'Ve have the horse'or the groom, or have I offended
men must not remain utterly
give saved
he to the shore but young Thelife
I when me
done got ; you
up "
only known Lord Carlton a few months. you? Do tell me. THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.A .
half dead withniyeyesshut useless.
'I while I lay on the ground ,
: is
I he only shook himself like a Well, at least, we have seen a good deal No, Jim ; thank you. Everything Etta folded the paper up thoughtfully., smiled a bit and walked off. of him I It does not signify; only, really, right; but"I don't think I shall hunt this You saved his life at the risk of your Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in

How could notice him with your Urania, you need not come the widow with winter- own," she said, while Laurence's arm stole Compact Shape.
you Jim went completely "
J Then poising her Not hunt away .
experience over me. around her waist. He has done right.
eyes Other fellows told me of it ; by that time head reflectively : What a deliciously. light puzzled and miserable. The change human in Etta Then she sighed. for only Etta knew how $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00

',. number of people had come up, and for weight Jim is I 1" was inexplicable. Fancy any crea- Lord Carlton had paid his debt.-Spirit of
: a ture not wishing: to hunt when she had the
the reproved again. in Advance.
dear chaperon Cash
weeks it was much talked about. Since My the Times. _ _ TERMS-Invariably
I and the horses. At the turn of the _
r I to have Very well; I will try not to offend any money --------- Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United
Eton am we
jolly days. sorry say
more. Do yu know, I think Jim is in love street lie met lIilles en. States and Canada.
I I not met often ; he has been traveling and I with ? Gad. You're just the man I wanted," III arid Dead Chinamen. .-
been soldiering in the guards, and a me
.. into chamberand
It would be exceedingly\ nice con nec- said Laurence. Come my DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS.
an ONE
Chinaman dies his
.,I 1 precious dull time of it I've had. I wish have a chat." When a
would send us off anywhere fight tion. devolves those whom he leaves behind --
: they Certainly, and economical, for we could While Etta had grown sad and strange, upon 1884. Premium Copies ISS4.
the niggers, or do anything. When Lady and he hi To fail in veneration for
horses which would simplifythe Laurence's eyes caught new sparkles, in. Clubs
himI ride the same to Getters Up
b Blissbury told me to day she expected" stable arrangements." had learnt to carry hs! head higher. Jim ,him, however disreputably he may have For the Baltimore Weekly Sun."
I declare I felt as pleased as Punch. must thought with regret of his own snub nose lived while or disfiguringthe
when give
Etta, you marry you up ornamenting
I. I shall not care for him,
am sure stood six
and small stature. over would
crime of
be 5.00
t. who fanciful little mortal and hunting. ea.thly scene( a Five Copies..S
Etta, was a I
t spoilt. Then I shall not marry ; that settles the feet in his stockings. wh:eh no right-minded Chinaman could With an extra Copy of the Weekly
Weeds! Etta abruptly -. You are oldest friend, Jim.
Goodnight: my Sun
t I" will. question. be So the defunct is start- one year.
VI This am sure you took place in the morningroom left the room, but almost directly I should notbe here at all if it were not ed ever well the world-- well in- TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00
next as
: :: colloquy and her head< for answered Carlton, lighting a cigar.
I opened the door again popped you With extra of the Weekly
of Blissbury Castle, whose hopitable I think Mr. Hillesden good I shall never fdrgev;,when you pulled me tlee':: I, as the means of his friends will an copy
very the
around her in to say : Sun one year, and one copy of
; r hostess for had the gathered Christmas festivities a which large looking, and, though he is not quite as lighta out. of the Thames, and nearly got drowned prruvt. Pape eiligies of clothes for Daily Sun three months.

,. : party wereconductedongoodold-f'ashioned, prin- weight, I am told he rides better than Lord for your pains. I've not repaid the" debt ; h.m I to wear .n the next state of exist-; FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00

If.. .; : 1 with. nlentv of "!tUn?, unnKing, Carlton." bu !on't think. I have forgotten .it. en e are bought and burnt. He willw With an extra copy of the Weekly
/ ) noise cipies,and merriment.t''O Feasting was going Etta's drapery rustled down the passage You may nave an opportunity soon ot nt traveling boxes in the Chinese Sun one year; amt\ one copy of the
Jim I'm in love andI
off old ,
into distance before Mrs. Weedon paying scores.
and Sun nine months.
away beay nmtll boxes Daily
from the drinking-room to : paper
; the on everywhere servants' hall, where even the odd boy recovered sufficiently from her surprise to want your good all I've the met world the tin foil mist accordingly be consumed THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. _...... 30.00
and girl ,
Oh foolish girl !I" sweetest prettiest
murmur, lovingly, you With extra of the Weekly
received an extra slice of plum-pudding for It is clear that will an copy
her and if I can't win her, life will not be worth money
exclamation nightly
to which prayer Sun and of the Daily Sun
the benefit of his widowed mother. Car- one copy
S for her willful charge formed a fitting living for." lo needed ft r his "chow chow, and in
: : riages rattled up at all hours, obsequious sequel. In love !1" sputtered Jim, critically examining order to enable him to keep up are. one year.
bustled about, piles of luggage
: t servants
'. into bedrooms Mrs. Weedon's responsibility was no light his cigar. sj>' ctable appearance. Paper money, Getters up of Clubs will find the above
found its mysteriously ,
J.j: way Etta with "You well look astonished. I thought
Round the may
and presently to Lord Carlton's great joy, one. pretty, piquant (r rather tin-foil counters, stamped like
'J the fly bearing, Laurence Hillesden made its her fair, trim head and bewitching figure, I was love-proof, but I have found" out my money, lllU-t then be burnt, or he will : terms the most liberal that can be offered bya
especially round her fortune, considerably mistake. I must marry that girl.
: appearance. there fluttereda Does she care for you?" Jim's cigar had be in a sorry plight. Possibly he may
by public rumor
., exaggerated
Hello old fellow, how are : First-Class Family Journal.
; ? you ; you swarm of suitors, more or less eligible. gone out. require) a house: this can be conveyedto

.. : '- haven'tforgotten me? Etta's suggested by Mrs. I think so, I hope so-it seems to me I iiim in the shape of a small toy cot- ...3 Cts.
Jim 1 This is indeed capital. I did not Thanks to vow, SINGLE COPIES by mail..... .........
I know were here, .:.-I am, delighted to see Weedon, the dangers matrimony had hith- ought to have as good a chance as any other tage, burnt; 1;ke the other things. In

:. .'; you You haven't changed a bit." erto been successfully avoided. Lord Carl- man." fact, as there is no end *o his wants, so Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers.SUN .

i : you"No again. moustache is no longer than it ton's courtship, however, received Mrs. "Better !1" said Jim. "You've the cool there seems to be no 1 mit to the ingenuity IRON BUILDISG
i I' ; my and him she tried to and sporting which always goes down for Md.
j used to be-and have grown a beard." Weedon's approval, on eye displayed in meeting them. Baltimore,
you love !I"
with naturally she must you
I f.: -. *' Is there a large party here?*' said Lau flatter.. 10 herself" Etta's choice would eventuamtyiaim. -, "Tn girls..nn; t.hinlr. .'.so, ?. T. darpsav. von know n___ .. a sick Chinaman on the point of death -

': : rence, noticing: the luggage and the general Etta looked. her best on horseback, and of whom.l.JUJU I "am speaking.----J I once J---thought the prosect:: afforded him at Hung- AX ORDINANCEFor

0 ,7'T I activity. "I am sorry about for old that times.; we "might she knew it, which was, perhaps; the reasonon you liked her yourself but in that case you chow must be excellent in the e'xtreme.He Fixing the Rate of Assessment -

i' have had some chats this occasion she determined to ride the would have married her. You are an intimate will have a greater variety of article for Taxation for
.. too fear.
We'll have never
I I 'will you chestnut mare. Jim meant to keep by his friend of hers; say a good word for ? burnt in his honor than anywhere the Year 1883.
hunt to-morrow they 'mountyou, '
I t rt We and there are some awfully; nice people here. lady-love, all day, careless that! she scorn- me, Jim, to her-to Etta Doncaster !I" else in the world, and, I should : ay. on

.. .!:: Lady Marigold:; a pretty little widow, and- fully rejected his offer of a lead;. 'Much to Lord Carlton dropped his extinct cigar. a cursory acquaintance with ii-ng- IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY
her chagrin, circumstances favored him, and'compelled No other woman in the world was the pret- BE FEHNANDINAS -
I and Miss Doncaster and her chaperone, Mrs. chow, burnt with more noise than anywhere COUNCIL OF
Weedon, and old Bowler, and a. lot more." her to put up with the companyof tiest and sweetest; no other man was so else. It is then providing: the CTIO 1. That, for the purpose of meet-
self-elected cavalier down friend and
this a green of her Laurence, his
;" Thanks; no one I know. Is that the the of worthy as wherewithal for the departed, that ing the. current expenses of said City, ana
lane instead of following example What dilemma be placed in.
is time to do preserver. a
bell? There never for the year
dressing tILe due indebtedness thereof
; dollars
excels. Cardboard past
Mr. Hillesden's break-neck leap over a wide In honor bound to keep his engagement a Hangcbow ,
One is always real
in civilizedsociet the
4 anything brook, as she should have preferred. secret., in gratitude bound to assist ,his imitation: \ of silver ingots, houses, 1883, there be raised, by a levy upon
meal assessed
for or ,
i : getting ready a or eating one, and personal property of the city as
o. 1 having had one." "You are a litle angry with me," said Jimas friend. c.othes, boxes, Sedan chairs, fill a thirdof taxof(12&) twelve and one-half mills on
,They walked into the house. Jim in vain they rode along. Lord Carlton parted from Hillesden in unsatisfactory ,the windows the place. Impecunious the dollar; as follows :

: ": trying to find a convenient opportunity for 'Etta, prudently silent and abstracted, silence, leaving the latter under ghosts must. hover about it as For current expenses.................1 per cent.
: dilating oh his favorite topic, Miss Doncas- striking with'her whip the leaves of the the.impression. ,that he was cold and unsympathetic. round an El Dorado, and scramble For'Dast'dne hnyiulq-------------------- 2i mills.

i [: .. ters cl arms. For to the mind of Viscount hedge-row, lam; why did you make me' Laurence felt to'-beone"6f; a little disappointed: Nature's, i among, the smoke of. its Joss houses r--. 2. That'cnSEa. the ((1)) one per cent of the

: Carlton, the young guardsman commonly' lose the hounds by your interference, insteadof for he believed'hhi! for the atoms of 'fugitive carbon which tax above assessed for current expenses maybe
the mejnmp"'that brook?" noblemen, whose merits were only partially the
Etta Doncaster represented letting that
I called Jim, Carlton obscured 'afondness for ,slang. Etta, he bring them wealth. It should be the i paid} in City Scrip or cash ; but and
most perfect ideal ,of womanhood. From Why? Lord rode nearer.and, by i remainder of the tax, or the ((2!) two
renounced all her haunted in the
her sunny, fluffy hair to her pert little ways fixed his gray eyes on her prrttY.PQutJug' reflectedhopefn1fyhal most thoroughly place one-halfmiIls of the tax thus assessed shall
;; and pretty assumption of slang phrases, face. Because-Etta, I must speak out-- bad: habits,- and t\V.a..Y becoming gentle and 'universe, and I would respectfully recommend be paid in cash, bonds or coupons.

which sounded piquant and witty in her because I love'you so, darling." d c on nbugWtOplMsethe' ; most fastidious : its exploration to any who are Passed first reading January 2, 1831.

I .:, rosy: mouth he thought everything about ", It is cornin-now," thought! Etta :with a lover.' interested in such subjects, For my Rules"waived, and passed second rdmngJannary

f I her perfect. With considerable curiosity he' sigh'"; how tiresomeonen, r ... are,' lwats'.. .to love Lord Carl tort'passed invented a sleepless a lawful night excuse,! andonthe to own'part, I heartily wished, as layun- 2, 1884. ?

,-, watched the impression 'Laurence, a hero of me. '- 1.,4"Efta morrow der the shadow of the walls of HanO'ch Read third time, and adopted January -,
lafdhis'fingers visit Etta. Mrs. Weedon w present,stitching I
dabbler would' receive coult'you.dO- think, he
travel and literary ,
'r : of this feminine paragon when he, took. her timidly on the little hand'grip-' at an elaborate piece of crewel work,but w all the dreary n'ght! of mvarrival' 188-;. FRED W. HOYT,
in to dinner- ing the.reins'so firmly, "could. you care for:' perhaps 1 tfcing a spirit of determination in that cither 'religion, were less pl ntiful President- of,Council, pro tern.

:?" Contrary his habit, Laurence; somewhat me?"'"" ,'. the young man's manner, she discreetly departed or less noisy among the soldiery of Chi- Attest : ,

L ,f.: reserved with girls,' talked"and: laughed'as The slanting rays: .of sunshine. : lighted: her. and'. left Jim free to speak his mind. na. Their pety: was affecting, but its .. .:' W.F..WOOD/* JR., City Clerk.

f though he bad known ,Etta all'his life., In calm,determined profile : Bjtit this, was not so easy. He shuffled on his outward manifestations were enough to Approved" ,- > .-

return; she calmly ignored i the small downy, ""I shall not marry till I amToneanatwenty"sh -' seat, got up, paced about, sat down again, drive a, stranger mad.-Cor. London .' .F. C. SUHRER,
weary -
faced subaltern who sat on her left, Jim s decisively.,: "I have made. I while Etta lay back in her chair, her .little Acting3laY0'.
.. .. Telegraphs
noted these facts with joy,for he was modest, avow., .::, '. :- I white hands clasped together in the folds of -

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JIaNDdLi41S'1S ASP Tit N GIEILINES. ..REAL ESTATE. Professional and Business

Very OS THE red OTHER little oranges SLUE OF, tomato THE WORLD.shaped, ';'. E. LEROY JONES, M.D., WB V LB ALB AND RBTAIL.o R EST.nLISI: 1875.

with! shiny skin, and done up in colored -. I ,.. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, M --
be found this winter : ; : : "
can in
tissue every fruit paper fctore; and on many stands. They ." ....:.'.." Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua; o MO DRUGS and MEDICINES
: '
: :' :
are !Mandarin and Tangierine oranges, from ,; ; : p
The two varieties are so nearly .' '] ; 'L, '. FERNANDINA, FLA. C
Fake looks and taste that persons una i'f;: ,';-"" .
in } ,
; ,. ,. .'
cl1stomed to.them cannot always tell which ,'.. ;.?":I!< .' ; .' "; Calls answered promptly day or night,and -( HORSEY & CO. .
Mandarins came ,'< ,. : ,': ; ,,.,' '" Medicine furnished without extra ,
The originally .
is which. :'... !' I" ...,..v.".- P' ;,; charge.
from China, and the Tangerines from thecountry : l.t: ,', "-' \ .- Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2 a
whose name they In Florida <.; W'.i.;: -; ..,.: ;. .' ,: and 7 to 8. 22 ly* r-:

I they are callled kid glove oranges," be- }:::-i:.1;J :::;.: ;, ::.: A. B. NOYES, O =1 I PHARMACISTSCentre 1=

rinse, it is said ladies can peel and cat them -." ."",. ..J: .'. :: .r DR. W. E. SNYDER, -
without soiling their gloves. Between the "!{,': \r'? '" ;";!:-.::; t .
the pulp is a loose layer of fibres Eliill O DEALER IN- "-'
skin and :, } .) ; /
from the 00 Street.FERKANDIXA
which is easily separated pulp. .dr' .: -; Ztz1 rf
The kin has! only to be broken, when it can "i1l '.j: ,.r J1::.',' H C H
be taken off dry and in one piece. In taste <.. ; ,", : > B e aY Family Supplies, 6
"" "' ,: -. '.' t, FLORIDA,
1 'i
verdifferent from other orangesof .: ?: 'f;Y} f. _
they are ",, ., ..-t_'___ .
}. ::; :
quality. Instead of the spicy flavor r., tz1
i f.i ,
good =
: i1 t t6 "''' ; .J HEAVY
that is distinguishable in ripe and fresh j .. : -" T 0; -""I GROCERIES, KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
Indian River oranges, there is in the Man- ( ? : "i;,. f. _., fit tz1 of FRESH and PURE FOR-
: ''' '' Y .
:' f : :; ) I EIGN and
darins and Tangerines a taste suggestingthat >:::: '.' .. ;: rJ
f;.;: .' -" ", -, c. ..r-
of new wine. The pulp is very tneder '. : o Hay and Grain
and there is little but juice within the deli- .'.1:::.': ,- GOo Drugs and Chemicals
WM. B. C. o
lining. ,
cate ..,( ", I
A dealer in Sixth avenue, whose store is y H I Jl&J'SHIP STORES o
handsomely decorated with green palm j:. ". ,'"" . GENERAL COIMISSIOXIERCHAXT, Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
of yellow wild 't.tJ -.j- :t:' Z M
1 leaves and clusters oranges '.
on the branches on which they grew, and ,-, CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, Furniture, p Proprietary ami Fancy Goods,

who also has a fruit store in Jacksonville, ,

r..qrns and Tan icrines have been >J "' ,
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I *
for sale in the large fruit Et 'rrsotthis fora Hay, Corn, Oats 5

few years |past> but they have never before Paints, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
been sent here in such numbers as this sea -
W. K. RAUKNIGI1T O Crockery,
son. Hitherto they have been used mainlyto Florida y IX GREAT VARIETY.
give variety to baskets of fruit rather ex- Lands. AGENT, w c

n--naively fixed up. They: are very: different WHOLESALE AND RETAIL w Hardware,

appearance from ot.her'arletJes of or- BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, .
an"ts;, and their color makes a pretty contrast ANDDealer Willow-Ware. Physicians' Prescriptions
with the smooth bright yellow of the in p
Indian River fruit, the brown of the rU5setts, Ice H == carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
and the deep yellow of.the more common The Peninsular 1 I-===. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, O reasonable prices.

kiixls. It i is only a few years since the few BROOM STREET WHARF, M =.
produced! in Florida found a ready sale thereat O

:*::H a hundred pretty steep figure for AND 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. i I P jr-i rfi ..
oranges that cannot be compared in size or H

quality with Indian Rivers, which have to jTropical Florida LOUIS A. C. LAXGE, i I'i
be very fine to bring half that price. They I y
brought to this market then to be sold rri I
were t UPHOLSTERER, us LOW s IhC LOW st
I eLii .
J !
a> curiosities! or to set off baskets of fruit. \. -:\ : R,
Within a couple of years a demand for them RAILROAD cOJlr AXlES

for tahle use has sprung up and we have Foot of Centre Street, ae ENDALLS ,
many customers who regularly buy Mandarins I FURNITURE F2iVAV
or Tangierines, the same as they would ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. I
call for another favorite variety, so longas
they are in the market. These varietiesare COUNTIES OFAhACIIUA Furniture repaired in the best manner. MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
coining to this market in sufficient Hair Mattresses made to order at short THE discovered, as it is certain in its
quantities this season for us to be able to notice. 36 CCI I RECEIVED THIS ettects and does not blister. READ PROOF

sell them for from 50 to 75 cents a dozen. JUST a new lot of"I BELOW.
They seem expensive at $10 and upwards: a ;, JAMES JIcGIFFIN,
box;but there are a good many of them in a
box. PUTNAM, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. "I Chamber Suits, Saved Him $1,800.00.

"The highest-priced in this
oranges mar
ket are the Indian Rivers. They arc of good Alachua Street, between Second and Third Parlor Suits, ADAMS N. Y., January 30, 1882
Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.
size bright, thin-skinned, heavy, and so MARIO :
tender that the pulp may be eaten with a FERNANDINA, FLA. Tables, Lounges, GENTS-Having used a good deal of your
-- --- ----- --- Kendall's Cure
sell spoon for after a dollar cutting a dozen a hole, and in theskin.thesupply They falls SUMT EP ANDHERNANDO fully Orders attended and estimates to. from a distance care- I Hookers, Chairs, thought I Spavin would let you with know great what has I

25-tf done for me. Two years I had as speed
short of the demand. They are more deli Wardrobes ago
a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson
cate and more liable to damage in transpor county.
tation than any other variety, andthe; trans O. S. OAKES Bedsteads When I was breaking him he kicked over
portation from the Indian River country to the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
Jacksonville is slow. It hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
will be faster whenthe AT PRICES FROM Springs, Mattresses
Jacksonville, St. Augustine &; Halifax CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, farriers, but they all said he was spoiled.

liver Railroad is finished, and instead of .. __I Pillows, etc._ ,. etc._ He ,had. a. very._. large_ thorough-pin__ _u ,_and I

sending hauling them the oranges by steamboat across the 200 country miles on and the $1.25 to $10 per Acre. And Manufacturer of u I I 1 .n 9n uses Cure,two and it pomes took the 01 your bunch Kendall's entirely ofl Spavin; and

St. Johns, thev will be sent direct to Jack CALL AND EXAMINE. he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
sonville by rail. FLOORING, CEILING, MOLDINGS, used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and

raised" Almost in Florida without are exception fine fruit,the if they oranges are All these lands are in the central FANCY SCROLL SAWING, ::::J FRED w-R: y'l' & CO.FURNITURE, it leg has smooth.It always. cured completely and left the

allowed to hang on the trees till they are is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
ripe. The trouble is that some small pro peninsular portion of the State, and BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, I have recommended it to a good many, and
ducersare in such a hurry to their they all say it does the work. I was in With
that they market their oranges in November money within fifteen miles of Railroads in NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. L erington! Kneeland's drug store,in Adams,
without much regard to whether they are L the other day, and saw a very fine picture
ripe or not. Oranges keep best on the trees successful operation, traversing a territory = = you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
after they and STAIR and CHURCH WORE: not; thev said if I would write to you that
are ripe, they even go on improving which is a SPECIALTY.
in flavor till March, if the frost willet being more rapidly A B. NOYES, you would send me one. I wish you would,

) them alone. In February the trees blossom settled and developed than other Elevations and Floor (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), and I will do you all the good I can.
any Plans with
and it is in groves where the ripe or esti- Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.
anges have been kept hanging that the sightof part of the State. mates, furnished at reasonable rates. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

golden fruit and cream-white blossoms J&Orders by mail promptly attended to.

on But the the same reputation branches of is Florida seen. with The fertility of the soil and accessi- Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, Kendall's Spavin Cure._

consumers in this market is damaged oranges more bility to the largest and best markets CHOICE WINES AND.LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, ON HUMAN FLESH.

bv another cause than by too early picking IF1.I 'N' Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
Weeks before there are any good Florida make these lands particularly desirable t_ ANSLEYI Steamboat Landing, VEVAY, JND., August 12, 1881.
in New Dr. B. J. Kendall &:
oranges York, jobbers sort over their Co.:
Jamaica oranges, pick out those that look for the cultivation of fruits and '. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. GENTs-Sample of circulars received today -

like Florida fruit, and sell them as coming early vegetables for shipment. For : I I Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. Please send me some with my imprint,
from Florida groves. Some of the Jamaica t Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in printed on one side only. The Kendall's
so closely resemble Floridas that none but large and immediate profits there is large quantities. Spavin Cure is in excellent]) demand with us,
experts in handling oranges could recognize Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- and not only for animals but for human

them by their looks. But the Jamaica fruit no industry in Florida equal to the ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
is apt to be pithy, light in weight, and with 'Ill best in the world. leading farmers in our county, sprained an
out juice or flavor. Some persons declare raising of early vegetables for Northern Cc i Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
that they will not buy Florida oranges, the PLO\VS. remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
Mediterranean fruit is so much better: but markets. 0 Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- I did far better than lIe had expected; cured
they probably have never eaten a Florida South side Centre St. VILLE. 33 the sprain in very short order.
orange. They have bought Jamaicas at For new and descriptive circular, near Depot. I Yours respectfully, C. O. THIEBAND.

corner groceries, and thought they were get address FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND STOVES TIN-WARE Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for$5. All
ting the best that Florida produces. ETC. druggists have it
MADE TO ORDER. or can get it for you, or it
Yes, there is a considerable demand for CHAS. W. LEWIS, will be sent to any address on receipt of
grape fruit," the dealer said in answer to a j:!S'" All work warranted. W. P. STREETY, price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KEN

question.for "These large ones we sell at two Land Commissioner, Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, DALL & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
a quarter, and thoso of medium size NEW YORK Send for Illustrated Circular. '

bringten cents a piece. The taste for grape Fernandina, Fla., .11'1'R'T\.. ...'u..u.vrvrvr! 4 .TIT.:.....a.A .

,fruit. is" an. .acquired- .. taste.. --Few- persons like Or Ocala... Florida.. 38 BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.
"ttmnM, out me ciean sugntiv outer tart, -- -
together with the perceptible spicy flavor, WILLIAM IIYNES
becomes more agreeable upon a second trial
and I know of many persons who prefer WISHES TO REMIND THE PUBLIC a =
grapefruit ', ;: '.. he is
to the finest Indian River orange. ; ; now ready to make anv

The peel is taken off with a sharp knife, cutting kind of ifUNN & CO.,of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN con-
around and around, as in peeling an BREAD. CAKE OR PIES Unne to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats Trade
apple. Then the thin skin that Marts Copyrights for the United States Granada,
encompasses England, Germany,
the sections of the fruit is separated from on the shortest possible notice. He will also Patents sent free. Thirty-seven'etc. IIand ears'Book experience.about

the pulp, and the seeds are taken out. The .,;. have on hand, for the Holidays, fine assort- In Patents the SCIENTIFIC obtained through MUNN &;CO.are noticed
of AMERICAN,the largest best and
sections A ment
of tender pulp taken from the ice '1: most widely:circulated scientific paper. $3.20 year.
on a cool plate and set before a lover of ENGLISH FRUIT CAKE, Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting in-
the fruit ': .. formation. Specimen copy of the Helen fte Amer
are very tempting morsels, especially 1 lean sent free. Address MUNN&CO., SCIENTIFIC:
on a warmish, muggy morning in the \ ., ranging from one pound upwards. AKXBICAN Once,261 Broadway, New York.:
P"n&In Florida a little of the bitter pith S"A11 orders thankfully received and
under the skin is '; 0 <- promptly attended to. I.
eaten in the belief that it ; '. obtained for inventions
keeps off fever 51 tjan WM. HYNES PATENTS new
and chills. ATw ,
York: Sun ,
Fe bruary <; ';' or for improvements in old
,1884.raluable :. .
ones. Infringements
and all business :
1 COTTAGE promptly attendedto.
0 range Lands for Sale : ,.1 r: : '. LUCY INVENTIONS THAT HAVE 'lJEENREJECTED
choice containing twenty acres each of y. : '. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, may still, in most cases he patented -
suitable'high hammock land on Orange Lake ; .: ROOFING AND GUTTERING, by us. Being opposite the U'' S. Pat-
for orange growing and truck farming ; i FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
are now offered for sale. These lands .:,. : .*''.t '. ;.. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
are.Yer tation )" conveniently situated for transpor- .f, ;..... ,,_ Offers pleasant furnished,with ents in less time than those who are remote
by water or rail, and will be sold on < or without roomsb"ell A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea from Washington.When .
terms : will be
to suit Purcnasers. Titles are unques- ,; ; ; .! accommodated also transient. call, and compare my prices with those of Inventors send model or sketch
tionable. ;:
a e Also valuable timber lands in ; :- -.. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. other houses, here or elsewhere. we make search in the Patent Office, andadvise
bodies; G. FAIRBANKS, ;.,, ;: as to its patentability free of
February 16, 1882. THE CELEBRATED Correspondence confidential fees
Fernandina, Fla. ,t C". : reason-
) .: );t .: ; ft
Kesr i. >j\ ROSE. tt ENT IS OBTAINED.We .

:Wish to announce Colby A Rich ;; ..:: VERMONT, I MONITOR OIL STOVES J I refer by permission to the City Postmaster -
to do the pre. -.i. .,. .":, '.:. 1.' BEAUTY OF HEBRON apd to the Superintendent of the
CoPYing and Enlarging their ; U tt
ent k Gallery at ;';. WHITE ELEPHANT. Post-Office Money Order Division in Waah-
on Centre street. bid Tin ington. For pecial references,circular
Pictures Also a full assortment of ,service -
en ooorl of any kind copied and FOR SALE: BY terms etc. addressC.
arg 0 any desired '' '; '. THORBURN'S RELIABLE GARDEN SEEDS. ,
size. ,>\:4; : ,, :, Fo rsale low by 'V. F. SCOTT. A. SNOW & CO.,
.. --...;-::, ;,.t"if +.".-' & CO. Opp.Patent Office, Washington,D.C.2t




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I i. '.::: THE FLORIDA :MIRROR:. FEBRUARY 16, 1884.. .. '.... .: ..

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THE FLORIDA MIKKOISK I and Representatives will recognize the WASHINGTON. ; sion, there'were essays read by :Mess re. Amelia Eeach.

-.------. ------ ._--., fact that they represent the whole : De Pass, of Archer' on the cultivationand THE IDLE TI OUR U again open, under the
------ "
PRESIDENT "T ARTHUR'S Firs PUBLIC LEVEE supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will
j'',f!.; "" SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1G, 1884. State, ,an.wilJ. exert themselves: to !MEETING. OF DELEGATES, TO. .THE. ";MI-, marketing of the peach; by :Mr. pleased to receive her old friends:: and the

f r 4i r procure the appropriations recom- SISSIPPI RIVER CONVENTION, ETC. Norris, of Volusia, on gathering packing public generally. Choicest oysters, fish,etc.,

FULL..' JUSTICE, HUT NO DISCRIM mended by the Engineer Departmentwith To the Editor of the Mirror: and shipping of oranges. Mr. J. constantly on hand. tf.

t. INATION. D. C., February 9.
entire impartiality and fairness. WASHINGTON, A. Harris of Marion: county, the
gave Brick
for Sale
,.. The people of Jacksonville are exhibiting Tuesday evening the President held his ,
,. an energetic and commendable We ask''' no more than equal consideration : I first public levee of the season and the great result of his observations in California, At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick
21x4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON &
K ": zeal in reference to obtaining liberal for a port vital to the interests of unwashed turned out to the number of upon the orange crop of that State, 4G-4m, Macon Co., Ga.,

.- of the interior and of the whole State, three thousand, to pay their respects and and expressed his opinion that the
for the improvement Wood, Wood.
President shake.
A : give the hand of the a
: the mouth of the St. Johns river. Although and we expect no less. Your correspondent fell into line and was orange growers of Florida have nothing Having recently established a WoodYardnear

to fear from competition by the Duryee's mill, provided with all the
--------- hour be-
differences of and crushed for about an
*". there are opinion pushed necessary machinery for sawing and splitting
;; citizens to the IMPORTANT RAILROAD MOVE fore his section of the procession arrived in California fruit. A number of promi-
.*. among own as FIRE-WOOD,
MENTS.: the President stood
the Blue Room where
.! .' eventual success of the jetty system nent orange growers and fruit dealers I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood,
with the ladies of his cabinet officers on his
We learn that very important rail- discussed the subject of the in sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fireplace -
F under the unfavorable conditions .existing right, and Colonel McMichael, the master of orange at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD
road movements foot for the
; there, yet still their experiment are on ceremonies on his left. I gave my name to all its conditions as to cultivation, J. A. ELLERM\NN.

a., may well be tried, and the question : extension of the Transit Railroad, the Colonel was presented to the President, handling, marketing, etc.

south, to be carried on without delay. shook hands with him, bowed all along the --- ,- --- NEW kDVERTISEMENTS.Lwucyr .
i settled by a liberal appropriation for
w I The Indianapolis Journal, in an arti- line to the ladies passed through the Red THE STATE FAIR opened on Tues-
+i,. that purpose. A committee has recently Parlor, and landed in the spacious East
i visited Washington, and an cle published elsewhere, refers to the Room.A day at Jacksonville in the usual state

r interview of this committee with a reporter railroad enterprises connected with the party of six Flathead Indians were pre- of unreadiness. Why will people put

: i Transit Railroad in terms of just com- sented to the receiving party, and then off sending and arranging their exhibits -
of the Baltimore Sun has been
i .
$ wall and
the ,
mendation. formed in line against opposite
until the last moment. The at-
.r$ widely published. .stood for a while watching the "Great
Major. Henning the President of tendance and
on Tuesday Wednesdaywas
Father"' receive his family. They wore-
their zeal
We to ROYAL Qiilve'tA
regret see
the Transit and Central roads of Flor-
brightly striped blankets and beaded mocca- not large, but on Thursday excur- +eet nYfe}

j.. for their own bar improvement the ida; has recently made a personal inspection sins, eagle feathers, glass earrings and other sion trains came rushing in from all

committee, or any member of it, should of the region lying south of spangles and bangles. Their own hair quarters,and Jacksonville was crowdedto

J: appear to assume, by implication at flowed gracefully down) their backs. Their
Ocala and believe
we fully'appreciates its utmost capacity. The fair was
chaperone, Hon. :\Maginnis, Montana,
least that there other harbors I sa
..: are no the 0-great future of that_ n_ section---- --- of-- marched them into the East Room, where visited by large numbers. It was by a
the coast of Florida to merit atten-
; on country. The Transit Railroad has another reception was held by the scalpers. no means such an exhibit as should

tion, and that they should claim fork hands'with the Indians the
While shaking
done to interior
more already develop have been made, and might have been
1 their own work such absolute supremacy curious crowd closed so tightly around them
Florida than other Few
t. in all other any agency. that they could scarcely draw a long: breath.
importance over
are aware of the difficulties and obsta- One of them remarked to me Ugh it is
and places. We find in this reported THE DISREGARD OF LA'Y.
ports "
cles in the way of its rehabilitationafter mighty hot here Ugh !

i interview the following-the the war, or of the skill and man- The densely packed parlors were intolerably Every which age, if has they its distinguishing escape contemporary characteristics notice -- 4KIr4G

I r II i''; italics our own : agement required to overcome these .warm the thermometer being at 80. are recognized and definitely! assignedby
I. These aborigines fanned themselves with posterity. There seems to be reason to
Q. What is the extent of the commerce i obstacles at a period when railroads at their hats and wiped the perspiration from apprehend that the time in which we are
that will be affected by this improvement? living will be known hereafter even if it is
the South and in Florida their brows with their hands. With their
I' A. Substantially the whole commerce of Florida not recognized now, as the age of the disre-
with the Northern markets. Twenty feet could command no extraneous aid. heavy woolen blankets around them they gard of law. The instances, which are rap- POWDER
looked envious of the white squaws in full idly multiplying, of deeds of violence whichgo
t of water on the bar would make Jacksonville The high reputation of Major Hen- unpunished by the courts and uncon-
dress consisting of a few yards of
I the distributing point for all of Florida, railroad is evening demned by public sentiment, are enough to Pure.
ning as a practical man and diamonds.As Absolutely
Southern Georgia and even Southern Alai gauze justify grave alarm. It is not only that the
t. well known at the North. It is a one strolls on the avenue this week he tendency to displace public justice with private POWDER never varies. A marvel
i bama as far west as Mobile.It is increasing, but that the THIS
for Florida that the will meet a number of substantial lookingmen vengeance purity,strength and wholesomeness.More .
good augury great public, or a considerable portion of it,seems
is well known that the Fernan- with blue gilt fringed badges. The economical than the ordinary kinds,
trunk roads are concentrated in his disposed to applaud these man-slayers and and cannot be sold in competition with the
dina bar has already at high water wearers are delegates to Mississippi River to make pets and heroes of them. A Ken- multitude of low test,short weight alum or
j hands. in session here. and hail tucky Congressman shoots down in cold
Convention now in
I' 'about as much water as General Gill- phosphate powders. Sold only cans.
We believe that he will enter hearti- from all the States bordering on the Mississippi blood a man whom he suspects on ques- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
more's for the of tionable evidence to be the betrayer of his
improvement York.
plans 38 106 Wall Street, New
t. ly into the interests, and exert himselfto and its tributaries. There are over six wife, and is acquitted of the crime and goes
t the St. Johns bar contemplate. His hundred of them and they are not at all back to the work of making laws for the

f. published estimate is for two long promote the prosperity of ,all por- afraid. In their speeches they announcedthat nation, with the "distinction of one who has A WEEK'S READING FREEFOR
killed his man. A train-robber ban-
tions of State.
;+ jetties of an aggregate length of 1,600 our they were not here to petition, but to dit is killed by two of his confederates, who SIX GOOD FAMILIES.Send .

I feet, and calculated to produce a mid- The growth of business on the Tran- instruct- to command. Congress- .to make the thereby__....__ secure immunity for their t. own_ your name and the name and address of five
desired for the crimes, and thenceforth: divide the iiunure:
appropriation improvementof your neighbors or friends on a postal card
f channel depth of 15 to 16 feet at mean sit road may be inferred from the fact Mississippi! river. A number of Senators and emoluments of the dime museums with and get free for yourself and each
the widow of their victim. Another bandit of them a specimen copy of
f' low tide at a total cost of $1,426,409. that there has been nearly every day and Representatives visited and ad- negotiates with the Governor of a State on
l He reports the mean rise of tide at 4.2 during the past week, forty to fifty dressed the body, and occupied the platform the footing of an independent power ; and ,
the session of the convention. after the trifling inconvenience of a farcical ffe
i.' feet at Mayport This added to the loaded cars transferred to the Transit during trial, which is made a spectacle*or a county, The "A.tlanta Constitution
road, daily, at Callahan, for dis- Among those who spoke were Senators he goes free, an object of tender solicitude
;: 15 to 16 feet expected to be obtained tribution its lines. Walker, Sawyer Jonas and Logan. In com- and affectionate admiration. A soldier en "UNCLE REMUS'S" world-famous

: at low water, would give-a high-water along pliance with a vociferous demand for a deavors to take the life of a helpless prisoner OUR Sketches of the old Plantation Darkey.

depth of 19 to 20 feet. In his report Four very powerful freight engines speech Senator Logan expressed thanks for raised whom for he his is set family to gua-d by popular; and a subscrip-fund is THREEHUMOROUS "BILL ARP'S" Humorous LeKersfoi

Fernandina bar he the have been recently received by the the privilege of meeting such a representative tions, and when he is released he becomesan the Home and Hearth Stone.
,.. on gives ruling class of men, who were born and bred attraction at the museums where he is "BETSY HAMILTON'S" adventure!
; low-water depth at 12 feet 6 inches, road, and every effort is made by Mr. beside the great waters and best knew its placed on exhibition. A seducer and mur- WRITERS told In the "Cracker" dialect.

and the average rise end fall of tide Papy, the energetic General Freight wants. He did not presume to offer counselor .I son derer and acquitted brother of by his a victims jury and shoots when him the he War Slortet, 8ktcln of Tr."d.I""

at 5 feet 9 inches, giving an average Agent, to move promptly the immense suggestions to the convention, but was i i is aqcuitted of transitory" mania" and receives Poems The, Pun Jfoumhold, Jtiftnturtt, Corrtipondtttct"TFarm,
present to be taught. Delegates boldly as- tremendous ova.ions. So things
high-water depth of 18 feet 3 inches. amount of freight transferred to the serted, in presence of their visitors from have gone from bad to worse. until last weeka A World of Instruction and Entertainment

Transit system. New York jury acquitted a man who murdered Twelve Pages. The Brightest and best Weekly
( ". His estimate for improving Fernandina Capitol Hill, that the Congressmen who did his wife's'betrayer in cold blood, after Pleases every member of the Family.

.' bar, viz. : Two jetties to give a low- not encourage this great work would be left first leading the two into a trap. By the SEND A POSTAL FOR A SPECIMEN COPY, FREE

,: feet at THE RECENT HOMICIDE.We outat the next election. The convention is testimony of his own witnesses it was Address "THK COSSTITOTIOS Atlanta, Ga.CuriosityiWariety .
Iw water channel 20 to 21 deep a shown that his first noble plan of revenge,

t .;j cost of 2071023. Adding to this the publish in our local columns as not only a business-like body, but appearsto when the Iago in the case warned him of
be the national colors
patriotic."Then the dishonor, was to throw red into
'I.:+ average rise of tide would give a high- a matter of general interest the tes- were brought into the hall yesterday the the eyes of his enemy, and play pepper joke upon I I: : 1"TC? 'S

: water depth of 25 feet 9 inches to 26 timony and finding of the coroner's cheers were loud and prolonged. The dele- him by dirtributing his clothing among'hisfriends
that deliberately planned the
; StoreOffers
,' i feet 9 inches. jury in the recent unfortunate case of gates called in a body upon the President, trap into which his victim walked and that

.. !' who expressed sympathy with their enter- then he killed him. His counsel tried the
, : ; For the work on St. Johns bar Gen- homicide. Our readers will thus ob- prise and said he was always glad to meet transitory mania business, but the jury i ignored a large and carefully selected

''I. '; eral Gillmore has asked for the present tain all the facts brought before the Western men. itand acquitted him" on the ground of
killing in self-defence, and this when it
,1 : year $ OOOOO, and for the Fernandina jury. We have received several com- During the week the Senate has had under was shown that his victim was unarmed and STOCK OTFor HOSIERY

: : bar $600,000. The St. Johns bar is munications bearing upon the case, but consideration the subjects of copyright, in flight when the shots were fired. After
; :
; Mexican land grant titles, pleuro-pnenmo- the acquittal there were the usual demon- Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.
: 1: > important to the towns and people on we deem it best that the case should strations of popular enthusiasm, and crowds
I and
nia\ a Congressional library building a
the St. Johns river. The Fernandina be tried by the courts, and not in the pressed forward for the are privilege of :KC JtTID: IS B 33,C:EC IB: 3S,
:, < removal of the naval monument near the taking: this noble hero by the hand.It .

i bar is important to the people along newspapers.THE west entrance of the Capitol grounds. The is not easy to divide the responsibilityfor Silk, Linen, and Cotton.
of de-
state to
prevailing things nor
a House saw the safe delivery from the committee
the lines of the railways having how far the the
i : ; great termine courts press juries
Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
of the Morrison Tariff bill, which
to blame for it.
and the
their terminus at Fernandina. It is GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL As- public are severally
marked with emphasis the present week of It is less important to determine responsibility I Laces, Towels, Napkins,
\ ; already a most valuable, commercial SOCIATION, which has been holding its Congress. than it is to find a' cure. It is time I
that the mind aroused itself to Dress Lining, Buttons
public a realization
to annual ,meeting in Savannah, arrivedin Since the war of political parties began it
a : port, affording access steamships of the chaos of lawlessness toward and Notions Generally.
: and vessels engaged in foreign com Jacksonville to the number of two has been the custom for Congress to use the which we are drifting. There must be an
I: session next preceding a Presidential election i end to the mawkish and maudlin sentimentalism -
k ; merce. The tonnage of vessels arriving hundred. The special train which which makes heroes of murderers. -
: : in the manufacture of campaign cap- A new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES -
I: and departing amounted in 1869 brought them left Savannah, at 8 Democratic House of Every one who has any influence to just received and marked low.
: ital. The present
exert, from the pulpit, the press, the bench,
.: to over 300,000 tons. It has a weekly o'clock a. m. and reached Jacksonvilleat Representatives is proceeding under the impression or anywhere else should do everything thatis -

V ): line of steamships to New York, and 12:42: making, the run of 170 miles that. honest. faithful work. is the ment practicable in this direction to strengthen, to check public the present senti- Our Stock ,of CORSETS is Very Superior.

'- could easily support a tri-weekly if in four hours and fort ;-two minutes, most UeSll"olDle.stOCK. for tne coming cam- swift' and evil tendencies, and to create and
i paign. In its extremity the Republican up- sustain a regard for law.-Boston
line if the of the being over forty 'm les'hour.: This proper 2&35 In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACKETS -
not daily exports search for
i ; c; .... 'f per House instituted a campaign Journal. offer a

"I i! ';' State-now. going' out through.1.. Sayannq .: ,I speaks well, for the condition of the material under the auspices of the Sherman fine,variety.VASES, TOILET. SETS, we
o. :ire, concentrated'here.yfyemttstf track of the Savannah, Florida & resolutions, and the sub-committees .have
i, been duly selected for both Mississippi In the United States Court to-day Judge FLORIDA AXD SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIES
I. ; therefore dissent from Western Railroad and its management. Settle sustained the demurrer and dismissed
and Virginia branches. of, the investigation. .SPECIALTY.
.the bill in the case of M.J. Shoecraft against :
the',statement of:the committee.its We hope one of these' days, when This is the only Congressional junketing- excursion <- aU the railroad and land companies in the ,', .,..jt. .'. ... '

spoliesijian, 'that substantially the Major Henning gets the steel rails of the winter thus far, 'unles the fu- State and the Board of Trustees of the In- $&- Orders from the Country Solicited.'

; ;:I whole l commerce of Florida is or will. down on the Transit Road,. to go to neral: trips of.the recently.deceased.members ternal excited Improvement considerable interest Fund. in This legal case circles has, .

.j be affected' the improvement' of the Cedar Key in four hours. come under that category, as they very and has-been ably conducted. KING-7S7
: by
probably may judging from some of the The motion for a receiver for that portion 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.

4 r St.' Johns bar, or any inference that 9 items in the bills 4iich! as cigars, one, hundred ''of the graded International Railroad be- --
.tween Jacksonville and Palatka made
: by
'T 4 other harbors do not merit appropria-, THE, EXPRESSMEN AID SOCIETY: had ,dollar\uhCii" :; white, ? kid. gloves-, Alfred Bishop Mason, a former contractoron PROPOSALS

i tion. We are quite content that the '*a': large and: enthusiastic mee ing at sashes, and so on down the bill rendered by said road, and upon which he had done "\TTILLBERECEIVED BY CITYCLE1ThIVu.
j .. t. the sergeant-at-arm. work, was immediately denied by the court Y Y F. WOOD,Jr.., at his store, where
.I j extra J$75,000 should ,be. ,given to it;. Jacksonville' on., ..Wednesday.. .. :Mr.. H. at the conclusion of the argument of counsel specifications can'be seen, for opening drains,
\. If' ,content that 'both" tarsare4estimated l B.' Plant'is the-President-of.- this .*val- THE FRUIT ASSOCIATIONheld ; the court holding that no case had been and keepingCentral Park 'in "good sanitary
>;a r" we,Are. ,quite as /V ::* i.: >>- GROWERS made against the railroad company requir- condition for sucli 'thii as bidders and

for alike, they should, ,'ua le association-135.members of the a meeting, at the Circuit Court ing appointment of a receiver. Messrs. Council 'may agree 'upon ; bidders to have
aj 1 '"' l *; : K :Mason and & Daniel use of the park ;for,cultivationin'paymentfor
Fleming appeared as
equaLconsideration-, -, ,and equal. ,, association were present,.and enjoyed rbom/on Wednesday evening. President counsel for the motion, and Messrs. Frank such drainage. I ..
:s:,,. appropriations. : .. ".." ",'' ran excursion upon the river and agrand D Redmond, delivered ,an'.. ', .addresS of Gordon this city of Georgia, against and.-C.Jacksonville P. & J. C.Cooper Herald, By order.of: Council., .' G.". F.' AVERY,
,,..: :'; 'Veshall... p ct'Jthatour- tors '1Janqu t at'thV Windsor.. After "an interesting discus Feb.'14th. Chairman Committee on Streets and Drains.i.
{to \


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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FEBRUARY 16, 1884. .. _.. ," .

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.:" (o.1" V-loJ, ....---n.,-.AI !...-..JJ."'roJe" "'-....".'.. o, Professional and Business Cards. REAL ESTATE.; '

TlZ.A :n O:=1.I .
? -- J &
'It is indis?rn:I5'e! la JIalariozn climr.t. E. LEROY JONES, 31.D., ,c. ., > _

rC'l'. O\;: ..;..:1 It:; ::.,1tafctlsu.t: "

1,.cnt7 ycirj: 01 t::flcrlus f roa In .' estlon .: TO THEIR
Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua :
c-.d diseased Liver: rcu relieved by a pacia ,; .',: :j ,.:; / 0.::,:

oi;1.. -2cv.:.L::.Cullun: Crsixrrfao.Tc:=s. .. ,.
FERNANDINA. FLA. ,..,{; -::: \ New Fall Goods
':t Las ->ouc rnnro to rc::crar.d cure too ol ,.. Now Opening
; if' '. ',
Sic! !:Ilcadaclio tan: all t'-cotlicr: remedies I Calls answered promptly day or night,and .J, "":;f. ,,-:,: .'-'tf. '''' ".'.,"'.. ,
ever u,:d.' J.".1.Lcod.of :;0.Carolina Medicine furnished without extra charge. .l.-*, ':*

'It proved a blessing to my family cheerfully Office hours:'-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2 ', ," : k.! AND RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.
testify to its merits.' Its popularity here is and 7 to 8. 22 lye I", y;

u:1i>oundctl.'-Eev.S.G.Shaw.Batesville.Ark. "ft". vfi.VJ. J Novelties in Silks ,

These! are but samples from among the many DR. W. E. SNYDER, \ .,-. -, ..tC',,';;,, ,:- j ,';:'," ; i l
thousands of unsolicited testimonials received( .._, .
during the past few. years. Ask your druggist EI o .':=". :.... .>. 1. ::; .:. ,: Dress Goods, Velveteens, ," : > .
for the original\[ A.SUOfONS'LlVER AIEDXCINE. [/) '.- ,, ..( .
.made at St.Louis.Mo. Take 110 other. QH 9 [ : '''''\n'\ii1 '" : :' .
> 2 di ,ii: .t..:i..." <' ..,'". Cashmeres Prints -
'Xa --jST' S3WM. ,. ,
EI > r afcfi* S3 ,' '. ,
; >
SEAltSLAND ROUTETO o : ." '::..,tf.. '" i\ .,::J .1
t'J = Cambrics etc. etc.
.., s& '" ,
H =0 -- < ...: ,".:,$..... \; ....., ,;:.., ,'"r,,'

NN.E .: Ia : ..t'J ;, ,,:, ... .
1 CT :.j' '::../", :'. ---I| AT LOW FIIC1S.I!

THE STEAMER B. C. DURYEE, ::; {. : }2.i\; ,;: (

: >

MJJ FERNANDINA FLA. ,., .. ,. ; ;, '1:, :" Blankets and Comfortables

+_ ? f .;.r,' ,
Hay, Corn, Oats .' t OF ALL GRADES.
-- -

FEIIXANDINA FOR SAVAN- W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, Special atttcntion is called nonfc> Fino Plnfhmfl
LEAVES after the arrival of the evening: AGENT to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of UClllO rlllC UIUUIIIIIJ,
trains from JACKSONVILLE and CEDAR Florida Lands.The
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL elegant cut and manufacture.
KEY, on Sunday and Wednesday, reaching .
Savannah on the following morning. BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER.. Gents' Furnishing Goods
Returning, Steamer leaves Savannah for ANDDealer an ic new styles.

Fernandina on Tuesday and Saturday. iu'Ice
Through tickets sold to New York Philadelphia TENNESSEE p A full line or
Boston, and Baltimore.For BEEF A SPECIALTY, Peninsular [- AT LOW ES.ladies' and Gents Underwear
tickets and state-rooms, apply to BROOM STREET WHARF
Office foot of Centre Street, 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA. AND &J6Y"Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

Fernandina Fla.J. York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit
A. MERCIER, LOUIS A. C. LANGE, guaranteed. ;
General Passenger Agent.* Tropical] Florida !


Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.,Jacksonville, Fla Foot of Centre Street RAILROAD CODIP AXlES k ,
Bull and Congress Streets..Savannah, Ga. t FERNANDINA, FLA.

Furniture repaired in the best manner. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.

Hair Mattresses made to order at short COUNTIES OPALACHUA
notice. :-'



Alachua Street, between Second and Third, .
Go to F. M. Robinson, =

Orders and estimates from a distance care-


All Whom it May Concern
I, P. L. MURPHY, Administrator .... .,' -j
of the estate of Patrick Murphy, de- And Manufacturer of F
pastil, will make application to the Judgeof $1.25 to $10 per Acre. i

'$ dIe Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit FLOORING, CEILING, :MOLDINGS,
of Florida,at Chambers, in chancery sitting,
in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, inlaid FANCY SCROLL SAWING
circuit, on the 26th day of February, A. D. All these ]lands are in the central

J.HS4, for a decree authorizing and empowering BRACKETS TURNED ,
me. as Administrator aforesaid, to sell I peninsular portion of the State, and -THE FINE STEAMSHIPSA.TVTO3VIO -

for described distribution lands,and and dispose real estate of,,the situated following and NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. within fifteen miles of Railroads in CITY OF SAN 1.080 TONS.STATE .

being in the counties: of Alachua and Levy, OF TEXAS, 1,;42 TONS.CA.ItONDELET .

in said State, and in the Fifth Judicial Circuit STAIR and CHURCH WORK a SPECIALTY. successful operation, traversing a territory 1,50s: TONS.

of}Florida and beyond the limits of the which is ESTERN TEXAS 1,210 TONS. .
Fourth Judicial, within which letters of administration more rapidly

were granted on said estate, Elevations and Floor Plans, with esti- settled and developed than other
which lands are described as follows:- mates, furnished at reasonable rates. any ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

In the town of Archer, in the county of 3-! Orders by mail promptly attended to. part of the State. .
Alachua, said State-Lots one and two ((1 \
anti l;I'j) in Block No. 17, and Lots 7,8 and 9 Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 The fertility of the soil and accessi- ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
(Mi-en: eight and nine) in Block No. 23 THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
(twenty-three), according to the map or F."W". ANSILEYC bility to the largest and best markets sonville, Cedar Key and Peninsular Railroad.
plan of said town of Archer ,
; and in the This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
town make these lands
Waldo in said
of desira-
county particularly
Lj<>lt> Nn,. 9 and 10 (nine and"ten) in Block ,
.. FRUITS, VEGETABLES and others.
So.t ::2!:! (twentv-two), according to the :: ble for the cultivation of fruits and
map .
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
"r said
plan of ,
town of Waldo and in
; thecounty Qtr
of Levy, said State-the N.E. 4, and early vegetables for shipment. For ; making
the NM-I. i of time N.W. i Section 35 (thirtylive large and immediate profits there is for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
)Township 12 twelve S. R.
( ) 14 (four-
tl't'l1!in) East such, 200 cases)( acres provided.; according to the statute III no industry in Florida equal to the I RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the

P. L. :MURPHY, raising of early vegetables for Northern LAKE WEIR.
Administrator/ of Estate of Patrick Murphy, -

- South side Centre St., near the Depot.- freight, passage rates and schedules, or further information, apply to

To Owners FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, A&D For new and descriptive circular, R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
of Lands
COMPTROLLERS OFFICE ) .#35" All work warranted. CHAS. W. LEWIS,
Tallahassee Pier 20 East! River. New York. 51-
Fla.. Dec. 18. 1883. j
for taxes prior to the 3d of
3 March.d l8cS3 will take notice that after the BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY Fernandina, Fla., ,
be'loOIarch'1884. the certificates sale will Or Ocala, Florida. 38flftr '

fllr subject to purchase: by any one applying WILLIAM: IIYNES '
the same and paying'amount ,, H. E. DOTTERER
required by ... .
!awAfter that date no notice preference TO REMIND THE PUBLIC ,:C;, "-' .,. ,.,,'. .'." J..: \";
1 WISHES .. 'l' Ok. .I'
IS required :::.j: :; :, ::. f)5 '.1
to be he is
given to owners. now ready to make
W. D. BARNES, kind of r., .-; 'r'i! "1 ,; ,
j5-4t Comptroller. BREAD. CAKE OR PIES. i

---- ;.. : "'.:':.: ,.-.:,.t.:, ....."
on the }possible -t- ==-='--=-' :
? 'l'nE. NEW ,STORE. shortest notice. :He will also
'"' 'have on hand,for the. Holidays,a fine assortment :{.,; f''L: s '., FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
13 1 W. F. WOOD of lr.EIBRACIXG'
,.. .Jr., }r ..S ENGLISH FRUIT' CAKE ; .
; "., ..: \; .., ':,'.
O { Proprietor, ( .E:: ranging from one pound upwards. '-: {<:-," ', '
.,. ." S" All orders thankfully received and t "' MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
promptly attended to. t1 frl1it :. Fif 1"of'
O ( ; .4 / :t ll11t?: 1 !
C> 51 tjan )Y 1. HYNES, ,0 .;!, : ,; "
"ff' :: I" :.irr; ..::'t.,, '- T ", ,:=.' ,
:a: ... ;
: .
: ,
LUCY'. ; ,ii ;: 't;! t q ..fw ,1.-\; ; .Ir: ;
S Seventh-St.,'Esmont' Hotel, t
S 'w;'{' d,:"t fv\Itja ti ,}rea.+7rhr" Y-. "';*f- ;" '
: "
.> ;
\" r. "J 'r. }:ift.:1: : ;t } ." i.d, .; n :'t. ;:"! 'f ; 'f
S ,Offers pleasant rooms,'well furnished;with '. ; x', -"\ ESPECIAL ATTENTION,GIVEN TO SELECTIONS'- ,-,' ''t

-ii.; PH or without1 board. Table Boarders. will. be' I. .. ". .'?L: :;; -* ': ir.a '

T accommodated; also transient! >' '. 1' :. F '11r-k"T: ".. .
prl' r.r'
f: >) : : CJi ,2 Miss. LU.QY O. THOMPSON. ,,'. > ;;< :.:' :i ,.. .- .. IFINE TEAS AND: COFFEES 1=" ::r-

..'j'H.,. 1 'jt\11 7"., ;
OO ,
<> ",:"- SEED' POTATOES. : t i' t'. ;>:(;/..'."r :: : ttt. .. ".
., .
: .
: .!, :: .
c ;' :I.J I \_ M.. PII.pU >'jl ;: i '
\ Pernandina j- EARLY VERMONT, : 1 .t I
E .
I .
'J' nt "?i1.. ,hit'I '! i' :' '; '
BEAUTY OF HEBRON: t ." ... >
: i '/ { i ': ..fl' ;''
e Cor. Centre & hird.XEW } Ji WHITE ELEPHANT.Also .. ., ; by Every Steamer..: '

a full assortment of ; ',.. ; I. .'. ., : : ,?,>"

STUItE.J For sale low by W. F. SCOTT. .; Cor. Second and Coatre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA.



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County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. I Assesstor of laxes-Henry Wi Long. -
I : United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Colleeor of Raenue"T. F. Trantham, CARD FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN

J : (. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff V. C. Herndon; Sanderson. Ocala. TIME OF THE (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian R R
Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine, Ttnie>
: : Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULARAND JACKsNVILLE;, November* 18, 1883.
Receives John F. Rollins Gainesville.SurveyorGeneralIalaclll / MjM.h.NCIrG this
;{ Collector of Retenue-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY.County date! Trains on this
Martin Talla- \J road and its connection
ai will
derson. Chas. S. Baron run
i: hassee. : Judge- Key : as follows -
Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R-
?; Sanderson. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. WESTWARD.No.
>* .Judge-Thomas Settle Jacksonville. Assessor Walter C. Jr., 3. \0.1.
BRADFORD COUNTY. of Taxes- Maioney, In Effect January 14th, 1884.
Marshal J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. Leave Jacksonville....... Acconi. Mail.

"* ,.+ Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, GOING SOUTH. Baldwin ............ 5.45pm 3.40pm 8.00am8.44am

.4.'I> INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key 'Vest. Day Pas. Ft Pas. II Lake City?......... 9.55 pm 10.,
,; Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. Wainwright, Lake West.Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key: A.M. P.M. Live Oak............12.50am 11-34't: am

':. COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. Leave Fernandina...,..........._. 7.15 6.40 u Madison ............ 2.45a m am
Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Arrive Mon ticello...... 1.16pm3.00pm
-J t, John W. Howell Fernandina. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.45 7.25 5.30 am :
Edwin Jacksonville.John Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker Fernan Arrive Callahan..................... 8.38 8.25 Tallahassee......... 7.05am
Higgins 3.50pm
F. House,St. Augustine. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina. Leave Callahan..................... 8.50 9.10 Leave Tallahassee......._ 7.45 a m 4.00pm
.i StarKe. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Dutton.................. ..... 9.17 9.45 Arrive Quincy..:.......... 9.25, a m 5.03pm
BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch..........._ 9.32 10.02 i Chatta. IUver_....11.15 a m 5.45
; State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Arrive Baldwin..................... 9.50 10.25 : Leave River Junction... 6.00 pm

; Point. nandina\ Leave Baldwin...................... 9.55 11.00 Arrive Marianna........._ 6.5., po
-. : EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of RC'lenueV. arren F. Scott, Fer- Leave Maxville....................10.22 11.24Lea Pensacola........._ 11.45 PIlI
Governor-Win. D. Bloxham Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. ve Highland...................10.40 11.48 Montgomery..... 6.5.hl11 PIn
W. Beth- Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian Superintendent of Sc/wols-L. W. Higgin- A.M. Mobile..........._. 4.45
.. el 'Vest.Secretary n a.Collector. botham, Callahan. Leave Lawtey.........................10.55 12.07 New Orleans...... 10.10 am a
i Key of State-John L. Crawford Tal- of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Temple's....................11.10 12.29 Nashville.......... 7.15 m

lahassee. lando, Orange county.Superintendcnt County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando Leave Starke.........................11.36 12.39 Louisville.......... 2.20: )an pn
,; Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. of School*-M. E. English, Olerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlan o. Leave Thurston................ ...11.48 12.57 Cincinnati........ G.4iam.
Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee. Titusville. Sheriff-Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. P.M. or
ji j- .AUorney-General-George P. Ilaney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo........................12.08 1.25 EASTWARD.No.. 4.Accom.. XII. :2!. I.
ji t hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Reid, Fla.Collector. Leave Waldo.......................12.20 1.40 Mail.
i Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. of RC1.cnue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. Leave Gainesville.................. 1.05 2.3G ArriveJackso.nville....... 7.30 am 9.00pm21
.:1i f.. Tallahassee. Clerk-J. 'Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Leave Arredondo................... 1.23 3.00 Leave Baldwin ............ 6.00am (
' ', Superintendent of Public Instruction K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, Leave Palmer........ ............... 135 3.15 Lake City.......... 2.20am 6.1S !pm
t- Foster Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. Leave Archer........................ 151 3.35 Live Oak...........12.15 a m 5.:Ai? pm
.1 'I ..Adjtltant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Bronson........................ 2.20 4.10 Madison ............ 8.40pm 4.03pm1.55pm pnl
f, ; ,.' Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison Palatka. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.57 4.58 Monticello ......... 5.50pm : ,
I BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of SC/LOols-R.. W. Davis, Clerk"". F. Forward Palatka., Leave Rosewood................... 3.30 5.44 Tallahassee......... 4.40pm 1.11
(Commissioner A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. She> -Thomas Shally., Arrive Cedar Key.................. 4.00 6.20 Arrive Tallahassee........ 3.55 pm 1.01pm11.50am pm,

\ i sec.OlerkR.'C. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. GOING Leave Quincy.............. 2.20pm

Special Agent. Long-Columbus, Tallahassee.Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. NO.1CTH.Da.'j Pas. M Pas. Leave" Chatt'chee Riverl2.10 p m 11.15: a m I
River Junction..
-. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. \\'. A.M. P.M. 11.m ;a 111larianna. -
,. Building, Sheriff 3. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.00 7.50 :\ .......... l0. >.j) am
Leave l'en acola...........
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood................... 7.32 8.35 5.15; a m0.45pm
't Chief Justice.-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-"'. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek.................. S 03 9.15 Montgomery......
ulobile... :
... ....._
.i' Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 10.05 New Orleans....... 11.55 pm
'I.' Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Archer ........................ 9.07 10.42 G.15pm
'of Associate Justice R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of SC/tOols-T. J. Faulkner! Leave Palmer ........................ 9.23 11.02 8.25: a m
i Jacksonville. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack- Perry.County. Leave Arredondo................... 938 11.19 1.00am,
-j Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.45 Trains.Cincinnati 1 and 2 Trains vSJ pill
J CIRCUIT JUDGES.First Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County SUl"t'Cyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Arrive Waldo.......... ............10.42 12.40 except Sunday. daily ; 3 and 4 daily'

: f i fXrcufc Augustus E. Maxwell Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-]. B. Hardee, Perry. i. A. M. Only line with SOLID TRAINS
sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Taxes: -R. L. Henderson.ST. Leave'Val o..........?.....:.......10.52 2.00 to Pensacola and Pullman Jacksonville
Second Circuit David S. Walker Tallahas sonville. Leave Thurston.....................11.13 2.30 Jacksonville ; Sleepers
JOHN'S to New Orleans
Collector of Rl.1enueIoses J. Brown, COUNTY. Leave Starke........................11.48 2.47 daily.
see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. tine.County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Temple's ....................11.55; 2.55P. CONNECTIONS.
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Russell \1. At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line fur
ville. Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave Lawtey.. .....................12.17 3.20 all points North and East; with the Feman-
Circuit Thomas P. Gaines- Sheriff-Itamon Hernandez, St. Augustine Leave Highland....................12.33 3.40 dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan
Assessor Taxes A. D.
of St.
Leave l\faxville..12.53 4.05 dina ; and with Steamers for all points
ville. Circuit II. L. Mitchell County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper.Clerk Augustine. Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.20 4.40 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. on
; Tampa.
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford -J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias, Leave Baldwin......... ........... 1.25 5.20 At Baldwin with Florida Transit It: l'en-
Sheriff-Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch........... 1.45 5.45 insular Railroad for Gainesville OcaJa. Fer
Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Leave Dutton........................ 2.00 6.05 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf; Ports.:
Court Calendar. Collector of R:1.enue-'Y. H. H. McLeod. St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan..................... 2.28 6.50 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, :Florida
g FIRST CIRCUIT. Columbia Countr.Supel'intendent SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 2.35 7.35 &Western Railroad.
Fall Term- of Schools-J. W. Reed, County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 8.50 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey' Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................. 3.50 9.25 Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-
Walton, 4th Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. urdays.At .
Jj&r Day Passenger daily except Sunday
," Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.Collector Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. ; Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
October. ville. of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
Washington, 2d :Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans.
in October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest
Jackson 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. GOING SOUTH. and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
October. ville. Columbus and Eufaula.
Escambia,1st Monday in December. Collector of Rerenuc-F.1\1. Hedich, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. Day Pas. Nt Pas. The Shortest. Quickest and Best Route to
This amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live P.M. A.M. all points West.Take .
10 1879 and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, Oak. Leave Waldo........................12.25 1.40 Jj&J"- the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
Term., Fort Dade. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Dixie.........................12.47 2.10 the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
Spring Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Hawthorne............: ..... 1.03 2.33 Central and Western Railroad.
Term- THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Lochloosa.................... 1.20 2.57 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
Spring 1st. Tuesday after 1st Monday in County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office.
I Taylor, Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Wei born. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 and at new office southwest corner of Bay
April.Madison 2d Monday in April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of SC/LOols-.T. 0. C. Jones Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
.: 4th in Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gal lagh erTampa. Live Oak. Leave Ocala............................ 3.05 4.45 'V. M. DAVIDSON,
1 Hamilton Monday
,1st Monday after 4th Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY.Oounty.JudgeJames Leave Lake Weir Station......,. 3.45 5.40 General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
Suwanee Monday
: Tampa. H. Chandler Enter- Arrive Wildwood.................. 4.12 6.15 WILLIAM O. AMES,
in .
April.Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson prise. Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.45 7.30 Gen'l Passenger Agent Jacksonville Fla.

; in April. Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. GOING NORTH. WALTER G. COLEMAN,
JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville, Fla.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Enterprise. 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
} Fall Term- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 7.00
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Ret'enue-P. N. Bryan, Glen Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40

J October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42
1 l' Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Sc/wols-L. D. Huston, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22
: Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County T.easurcr-'V. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise. Leave Anthony Place............. 8.48 9.28
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Orange :Lake................. 9.12 10.08
a in October. Collector of Relen1.te-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45 CURTIS k CO. ,
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ticello. Sheriff-Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.54 11.15
Taxes-J. P. Grantham
October. Assessor of Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Dixie.........................10.11 11.35A. ESTATE AGENTS,
k Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, M. REAL
in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville., Arrive Waldo... ..... ............10.35 12.15 MARY'S
j FOURTII CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Trea'urer'V. W. Walker
i #35*Day Passenger daily except Sunday ; Loans Exchanges
Spring Term Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. procured, Mortgages negotiated,
St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Oler'k-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector of Revenue-R. C. McMillan,Craw- Night Passenger daily. effected.
Mill S ites, Town Lots 25 feet to 4
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Sc/tOols-J.C.RamseyNew fordville.
acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
... Bradford 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
j Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. acres, for sale.
jt t I!. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. GOING SOUTH. N. B. "St. been selectedas
\. Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, Leave Fernandina...................... 4.30 p. m. the terminus- Mary's of the having Atlantic& Mississippi
Fall Term Old Town. THE FLORIDA Leave Hart's Road...................... 5.10 p. m. Canal (under the made for Govern
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Assessor of Taxe.s-David R. Townsend, Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.15 p.m. ment by General Gillmore survey ), charters for the

4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.: GOING NORTH. construction of which having been grantedby

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. rpOWN Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.00a.m. the United States Government and the
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Leave Hart's Road.....................10.05a.m. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Fernandina Arrive Fernandina...................1045am. increase in the value of adjacent lands may
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Jji1- Trains[ daily. be confidently looked for." (See New York

' '.. FIFTII CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, Sun, 27-3-83.)
t : Spring Term- Tallahassee. Towns on R. R. Line
Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. CQNNEOTIONS.
Marion, 4th Monday yi March. Collector of Retenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- And Cedar Key.
. Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. I
Assessor Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee.
:March of -
1.1 Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in With New York and Fernandina Steam- I
( March. LEVY COUNTY. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers for New York on Thursday. BOOTS AND SHOES.
J" Alachua 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Ol.erk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. a large I
4, March. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- ==
J. S. Parker Bronson.
. '' Fall Term- Sheriff Assessor of Taxes-Louis, Appell, Bronson. number of the most eligible and desirable nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT THE NEW STORE. I

1 Sumter, 1st Monday in October.t Collector of Revenue H. B. Barco, Cedar CALLAHAN.To .
t Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for and from Savannah and Charleston,
l ,
Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-=J. B. Menden- and all points North and West, daily.AT .
u( Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. City or Suburban Residences, :a { W. F. WOOD, Jr., I S
.: .: Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in BALDWIN, FLA.,
November. I. 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, } EJ;

.I Spring Term- daily.
; Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore, Madison. AT HAWTHORNE,
i: Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
; .j Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, WILDWOOD. OP
, i Dade,3d Mondayin April. Madison. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- :a:
With Line to and from Brooksvilleand
\ Fall Term County 7rea.mrer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Stage
t Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Revenue B. D. Wordsend, rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- Tampa daily except Sunday.
r Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg s sAND

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

i El! Dade, 2d Monday in November. ison. CKDAK rET, FUL, \I IS

MANATEE COUNTY. residence, or in which to conduct their With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key S CI I

:. County Officers. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. West and Havana every Saturday ; for New I
ALACHUA. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. business. Orleans every Friday ; ,from Key West and
Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Havana every Friday; from New Orleans -r :1Fernandina : I
County Judge- Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Parish; Braden- INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS every Saturday.With .
.: ville.> town. Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
Clerk J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.Sheriff' Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, by exemption for a term of years from for and from Key West, Monday and O .C)
. ,, S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Pop ash. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Mon-
i ville.Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward, taxation, offered by the several cities and day and Friday. C> { } :EIa
Pine Level. For information respecting routes, rates,
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton Gaines- .
towns. Apply to etc., apply to .
ville. X.UlON'OUNTY.. CHAS. W. LEWIS. ,A. 0. MAcDONELL, : {[ Cor. Centre & hird. } S
w > Superintendent of Schools-Vf. N. Sheats, I County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Fernandina. Gen "Icket and Pass.Agent.D. .
f '" Ganesville. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ,#ar0ffice, cor. Beach & 7th sts. E. MAXWELL, Gen' Supt. 21 "THE NEW STORE'
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Traveler's Guide. TO THE kerson his x mark, Allen Johnson his x

Board mark, Frank Williams his x mark Henry BBADLEY'S
TRANSIT &:; PENINSULAR BAII.ROAD. County Commissioners, Walker, Pablo Rodgers his mark, William FERTILIZERS !1BRADLEY'S 1-

Dar passenger a train leaves- Nassau County, State of Florida. Bert his x mark Andrew Brown his x
(ear Key and Wild! wood and mark, Sohn Washington his x mark, George .

For! on Transit Road,...... 7.15 a. m. Robinson, Isaac Pino George Riley Edward BRADLEY'SCIRCLE ,
rSavaunahandall points North I RESPECTFULLY ASK TO BE GRANTed I McRae, Stephen Finlay his x mark, ORANGE TREE :

F0 i \"est ................'........ /.io a. m. a license for the sale of Ales, Wines Shade Hayes his :x mark, Charles Grant. BRAND.. .. ..0.
fconnectingat Callahan.) and Liquors in the City: of Fernandina, and Joseph W'Smith his x mark, 'Richard FERTILIZER, B 9 N' Eo' .
( : enclose herewith the signatures of a majorityof ,
Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all Thomas his x mark, Toby Williams his x
For the Florida Central & the registered voters of this Precinct, as mark, Peter Johnson Jr. his x mark, Frank BRADLEY'S BRADLEY'S .

k Kern Railroad................. ... 7.15a.m. required by law. Hughes his x mark, George Bell, Jake Miller -
(connecting at Baldwin.) F. C. LATHAM."We his :x mark, Henry Simkins his x mark, FLORIDA ,. PURE
train arrives- Frank Emerson hisx"mark.: James Williams
I lIarassen, Key er Wildwood, and the undersigned, voters of Election his x mark, J Klarer, Dred Benton Jere- j VEGETABLE FINE-GROUND .

Frlllll i Vdar ou the Transit Road... 3.50 1 p. m. Precinct 1 in Nassau County, respectfully miah Thomas his x mark, Myers Lizzie- FERTILIZER '
;;alll'"ints]Savannah and all points in: request that the above petition be granted.J more, James Lawson, Wm Knabb his x BONE ,

F the?,? North and West................. 3.50 p. m.Frllill J Latham, G A Latham, Liver.Ligens mark, Hardy Johnson, Jos Hunter his x BRADLEY'S::
Tallahassee! Pensacola. and his x mark, John Baker his x mark, John mark, Thomas Kizer his x mark. Alford BRADLEY'SPATENT (

all points on the Florida Central Jackson his x mark, Curtis Williams his x Hampton his x mark, Chas Cooper his x __ _
,.t'e..tern I Railroad................ 3.50p.m. mark, Henry Scott his x mark, Lewis Watson mark, F W Marshall, W J Crim his x mark, -- B.D. SEA-FOWL

train leaves his x mark Jos Bowls his x mark, Rob H Barker, Thomas II Fuller, R A McBean. PHOSPHATE. = G U AN 0 .
\j;ht passenger Rodwell Palmer Fredrick Kruse _
and all ert Cunningham his x mark, Solomon Jackson ,
For\'tbr KeyVildwuod the Transit Road........ u.40 o. rn. his x mark, Jas Jenkins his x mark, Downey, Cyrest Howard his x mark, Lemes ,
!points on his Columbus Williams his x mark, Henry Hobein, Henry W. = = '
North Augustus Mosley x mark H. GARLAND
Savannah and all points Baker I = GEO. E. '.
For his mark WILSON <
ancl! West............ .................... -40 Pin.onnectingatCallahan. Thomas his x mark, Henry Wells, his x : mark, Edward x ,Dnkehart.Stephen Washington Peter McCall hisx ,
McDonald his
.) x mark, Ro- AGENT
I r James Albert, Jacob Jinkens WashingtonLittle STATE
Pensacola,and all berts Tucker, 0 McDonald his x mark. AGENT,
For Tallahassee. James J Morris, Edward Bailey hisx
Uooert Butler his Chatham
Central & x mark. Clinch FERNANDINA
points on the Florida mark Geo Hill. D W Alverson. FLA.
Western Railroad: .................... 0.40 p. m. his x mark, Thos Wilkerson his x mark, Elbert his Walter JACKSONVILLE FLA.
mark Chas
!oh.n. x G Mann
Baldwin.) Isiah Morrison his x mark, Chas A Newman -
(connecting at Parish Simmons his x mark. his
David his Sandy Sye
Joseph x mark Butler Francis,
Night. passenger: train arrives- Wm F Courier. Henry Hawley, Berry Kennedy x mark, Daniel Williams his x mark, Jake
From Cedar Key. Wildwood, and Green Henderson his x mark, Gilbert Johnson his :x mark, Daniel R Baxter, Carl FERTILIZERS !

all points on the Transit Road... 9.25 a. m. Dorsey, Wm Wilson Geo Williams, his x Muller, Anderson Lizzemore. R Austin, W
From Savannah and all points in mark Edward P Streetv, CV Morgan, Dennis Conneff,
Small his
the r., ................ 9.25 a. m. Germain, his x mark Harry x Joseph, Benjamin his x John S Lee, Chas H Saunders, G L Martin I have on hand, and am constantly receiving, supplies of

From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and mark Wm his Elias McFarland, Daniel Johnson his x I
King, x mark, Simon Val- Wilkinson's Celebrated
Florida Central & mark, Manuel Natliel his mark Bone Fertilizers
all points on entine his mark his x Joseph
Western Railroad.................... 9.25 a. m. mark,,Moses x Armstrong, Cupid, Henry Armstrong M Smith x, Higgins, V R Breslol, Jos Ligeour A R ,
FERXANDISA &:; JACKSONVILLE R. R Geo Clinch his x mark April Bonaparte hisx .
mark R W C his Gray, R W H Godfrey, C H Hunt George
Humming x mark Al-
For Train Jacksonville leaves daily-..........................4:30 p. m. len Harker his x mark, Geo Wilson his x Fogety his x mark July Young his x mark, PREPARED UNDER to A withstand NEW PROCESS drouth. especially suited to our soil and climate
Nicholas Roberson his x mark, E Colemanhis crops
Train arrives daily- mark. Hogarth Williams his x mark. Con- Sold at Manufacturer's
From Jacksonville......................10.45 a. m. nor McQueen his x mark, W H Courier. II x mark James R Williams, John Free- Prices, freight added.
man, his x mark, James Avery his x mark, --ALSO
M Tison, John L Whaley, Archibald: Callen, IN STOCK :-
SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Louis Jenkins his x mark, Thos Headen hisx Lymns Thomas Thomas B Bellows, ChasE Pure Ground :Bone, Dissolved :Bone for
Purdy Edward Johnson his Composting: Cotton-Seed Meg
the \
From Savannah by Bridgeton, mark, Ben Redden, Jefferson Harris his x x mark. An-
Tuesday and Saturday............. 4.00 p. m. mark, Carey E Freeman, H C Johnson, Jor- drew Dover his x mark Allen Mitchellhis Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate of Potash, Land Plaster, etc.
For Savannah, by steamer City of x mark, Amos Atkinson his.x mark, J ''
den Morris his x mark, Geo Sopsion his x %& Send for Circulars and
liridgeton, Sunday, Wednesday 5.00 p. m. mark, Sam Vickery his x mark, Ben Thomas F Jones his x mark, Lee Cothran, Albert prices.'v.. I SCOTT.

MALLORY LINE. Jorden Smith, Richard Roberts. Thomas Christopher his x mark, Morris Jones his x Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. Om
mark, Isaac Tison his x mark, Fred B Lewis '!
For New York direct, by steam- Lang his x mark, Wm Blue Jr, Louis Deas, Rufus Walker his mark James
x ,
Live Young, R W Calwell, Henry Johnson, -
ships State of Texas or City of his mark Moses Hunter
x ,
:-Antonio, Thursday( evening............... Hansel Keith, Henry Allen, Jas Lang, Jr Cornelius Donovan J T Mitchell x ,
From New York direct by City of his x markJohn Smith his x markSamuel: his x '
mark S CSvenkeried. James
:San; Antonio and State of Texas, Wright his x mark. Geo DeMott his x mark, mark, Flutcher Thomas his Haselton x mark hisx :} SIB..l. EY. .S'J S 1'.E"--.D.8.

every Friday........_.................. 3.00 p. m.PostOffice Daniel King his x mark John H Brownhis Nichols Tostevin Lewis '
x .
x mark, Geo Anderson, Jones McCali mark. James Stewart his x mark, Alfred :",, ..: :!>; A 1
his x mark John Wells his x mark, John of ALL
Lucas W J Lohman ALL CL
Notice. Felder his x mark Alfred Baker his x mark, Henry Peterson, Re- : MATES. Ah are tested; only the test sent out.
nalda McDonell, Lewis Cooper his x mark, m Grain and Farm Seed Manual;History and best
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to C:00 p. M. Chas Westburg John B Lee his x mark, John T )Manoe Owen Kelly, John Hargethis of culture of Grain.Root Crops. Graces, Fodder Crops.metho Trc- .... .
Wm Taylor his x mark, Jos Longwood his x Plantingetc. only lOcts. -<7IlItttd Catalogue and Prir. List
Sunday hours, 10:30 .1.. M. to 11:30 A. M. :x mark, Robert Miller his x mark, B F several thousand varieties FREE. of POf R SSS.
Johnson his mark Ben
mark Stepney x ,
Money Orders and Registered Letters from Wright his x mark, Geo Norman his x mark, Rich, John Amen his x mark, Charles Williams sIBLEY'SSEEGS HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Rochester N.YChicago, III.
Jacob Harris his
8:00A. )t. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M Stephen McCann his x mark, Isaac Sharkley x mark Dempsey
Alexander, Sahle Keyser his x mark, Tal-
his mark Merric Williams his mark
x x ,
to i 3:30::i r. M.ARRIVAL .
bert Little A H Waas J P Adams
Peter Miller his mark
x Stephen Wrighthis
AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE MAILS. Glizer his x mark; Geo Henderson his x COLLINS &
x mark, Louis Spanieling his x mark CON HARTFORDEstablished
mark, J W Mooney Butler Francis Mathew
Transit & Peninsular Railroad Samuel Savage his x mark, Tony Wyllis hisx ,
Hawkins Lewis Johnson ,
Arrives daily except Sunda *........ 3:37 p. M. mark, Isaac White his x mark Jos Gibbs James T O'Neil, Ferreira,

Closes............._..........................10:00 A. M. his x mark, Wm H Hannahan, John King B Jerry Jones his x mark, 0
Murray, Gale Williams his x mark, Cam
his x mark, Dudley Williams his x mark,
Ff'Windina & Jacksonville
Railroad- Robenson his mark M Ferreira
x Carl
Win Blue his x mark, Thos Holzendorff hisx 1826.'c.
Jacksonville and St.
John's River
Frank David Freeman Newton
mark. Dock Scott his x mark, Win Swann,
mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. .111. Wm Martin, Harry Jones, John Crandall
Henry Clay his x mark, Chas Williams hisx
Closes! (Northern mail also.10:00) A. his mark .,
M. mark Henry Smith his x mark, Roman i x Samuel Pinkney his x mark, ".
, Cribb his x mark, Robert Fitzgerald his x .,
and St. John's River, mark, M Henry Muller Aaron Francis Frank, Jos King his x mark, :' ; ',to .

arrives...... .......:......................10:35 A. M. McCall his Fitzpatrick x mark. Thos Simms his x, mark, Richard Nelson W R Ellis John Clauser, < ..,.
Northern mail arrives.... 9:00 P. M. Thos Hubbard, Jos Blake his x mark, Adam Young Wm Wright Jos Wilkerson, .
Jacksonville, St. John's ltiveralld' I Latham his x mark. Lawrence James Culpepper his x mark, Sam White

the North, closes................ G:00 A. M. "Ephraim on his x mark, Benj Talbot, Robert his x mark, Jack Baker his x mark, C .1: ,
Jacksonville and St. John's ltiver' Courty, Wallace Dawkins Alonzo Jones
Jones his x mark, Obed Young his x mark, ,
only, closes............................. 4:00: p. Daniel Delaney, Fred Gibson his x mark, Jetty Burrows W H Snead, R A Reddick,

JtII.'I's flit'cr- Jesse Tvnes. his x mark. ,. Gust.avelinkley. Own Love Chas McRory his x mark, Peter
-- Henderson his
vt. Mary's and Crandall, arrives Chas Baker Ins x mark, Geo E Wolff; Plato x mark, John Jones,

Monday and Thursday...............7:00 A. M. King his x mark,Simon Johnson his x mark. John Douglass, Louis Davis, Ned Jones -- -
Arrives Tuesday!( and Friday..........2:00: p. M. Freeman Copeland his x mark. Prince his x mark, Geo Avery his :x mark, Wm ,

Hordes: Tuesday and Friday............3:00 p. M. Brooks his x mark Seek Mitchell his x Thomas his x mark, Abram Walker his x MANUFACTURERS OF
:;;1. Mary's and 1\ Dun eness,Wednes- mark, John Alberti his x mark, Frank mark, Van Ellison his x mark, Amos

day; and Saturday, arrives.........11:00 A. M. Webber his x mark, Henry Commodore his Roberson, Lews Capalua his x mark, Dan-
(riot's., \\Ydni-sday and Saturday... 3:00 p. M. x mark Warren Commodore his x mark, iel Smith Ben Mitchell his x mark, Abner Axes Hatchets Picks
St.Mary's ooh'Ionday and Thurs. Caesar Baker his x mark Peter Blue his x Blake his x mark Thomas Blake his x

day, arrives...........................2:00 p. M. mark, John Benjamin his x mark, Wm mark, Henry '''Walker. W Lohman, Roderick ,
Closes:.MoiuLy and Thnrsrlay..8:00: A.M. Cooper his x mark, Moses J Taylor his x Douglass, Paul Capalia, F C Latham. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY

SAML. T. R'IDDELL, P. M.All mark, Thos E Bliss, Edgar Johnson his x
---- mark, A J Braswell, Jas Annett his x mark We, the undersigned, certify that all the TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also
Louis Robertson his x mark Roman Traeyehis above names were :signed in our presence. .

Whom it May; Concern x mark, Freeman Ferrell his x mark, JAMES MOONEY, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER
TILL HEREBY. TAKE NOTICE John Gardner, \Y n B Bell, Jas McDuffy hisx W. D. BARKER, ,

"I' That I, P. MURPHY, Administrator -, mark, Mingo Anderson his x mark Jas J. W. LAT HAM, all sizes and prices from $5 to $30 Also, Plowing Machines.

of the estate of Patrick Murphy.demiMil. Mponcy, Jos II Newton Henry Beard, Fred- J. W. FLINN, Farmers
I h will make application to the Judge erick Baker his x mark, Win Can tie his x .1 G. A. LATHAM: will receive valuable Information, catalogues, &c.,
"f, the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit mark, Alf rd Collins, Wm Sharp Sam CHARLES A. NEWMAN, by writing to the makers,
"f Florida, at Chambers, in chancery sitting, Young his x mark, Antonio Armeiitero, Jas ROBERT W. F. COURTER. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.
in the City' of Jacksonville, Florida, in said Love his x mark. Scipio Williams his x McDONELL, ,

(Circuit, on the 2Gth day of February, A. D. mark, Chas Jones his x mark, S Carrio, Benj R. L. DENEFIELD. .
JSS4.. for a decree authorizing and 'Videa wake his x mark, Stepney Green hisx CAESAR BAKER,
i IIIg+ me, as Administrator aforesaid to sell mark B F Waas, Burl McNeil, S L Den- THOMAS WILKERSON, DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
i'T distribution: and dispose of, the following nette, Henry Bell, Andrew Perry. Moses LEVI LEG INS, .
'cl'l'iherllands and real estate, situated and Hooper Jr his x mark. Daniel Harris his x HENRY COMMODORE,

JH-iiif;: in the counties of Alachua and Levy mark, Henry Harker. Roderick Baker his x G. MINKLEY.

III' paid suite, and in the Fifth Judicial Circ'uit -, mark, Jas Bell C S Bnsby, Thos A Hall, DUDLEY WILLIAMS: INDIAN BLOOD SYRUPCures

of Florida, and beyond the limits of the Samuel Cribb his x mark, Israel Grant hisx A. GLAIBER.

r'mrth' Judicial, within which letters of administration mark, Sumersault Cooper his x mark, C A STATE '
Noyes, A B Noyes, Willis Walters his OF FLORIDA, \
were granted on said estate x all
which lands arc described as follows :_ mark, Lewis Joseph his x mark, Samuel COUNTY OF NASSAU. ] diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Rowels,

In the town of Archer, in the county of Brown, Henry Franklin his x mark, W J On this day personally appeared beforeme Kidneys, Skin and Blood. :MILLIONS: testify to its
\ fiiua, said State-Lots one and two ((1 Jones, Adam Gibbs, Marshall Irons his x F. C. Latham to me well known,
:and I -') in Block Xo. 17, and Lots 7,8 and 9 mark, E P Noyes Bresto Roberts, his x who, being duly sworn, deposeth and says cflicaey in healing the above named diseases, and

I"'wn, eight and nine) in Block No. 23 mark, C J Van Ostrand, J H Mooney, Rufus that each and every name or mark affixedto pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man

I itwonty-tliree), according to the map or Johnson, Geo Bryant, Julius Evans, Peter the above petition was the act and deed of
plan of said town of Archer ; and in the Bonau
t fwn of Waldo, in said county of Alachua touse his x mark, Robert Brown, his x same, and that said signatures were signed fr1GUARANTEED' TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade
t, Nns.. 9 and 10 (nine and ten) in Block mark, Robert Hanley, David Moody, Peter in the presence of at least two creditable .

* 0.22 r- (twenty-two), according to the map Frank Latamore Edwards, R E Wilson, hisx witnesses, and that there was no fraud, Mark.
;rl plan of Sa5\town of Waldo; and in the mark, Wm Joseph his x mark, Jos Baker bribery or deception in procuring said signatures AGENTS WANTEDLaboratory
county of Levy, said State-the NEit and his x mark, -Wm Lizzemore his x mark, or marks of said persons whose names

the V.PI*' of the N.R'. i Section 35 (thirtrt Thos A Hardy, T A Acosta, Henry Samuels appear signed to the above petition.F. .

t hvel> Township 12 (twelve) S., R. 14: (four- his x mark, Henry W Smith his x mark, C. LATHAM.: 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell itfCEDARTOWS .
tt''ll))1 last, 20) acres; according to the statute Henry Hart. J Rikart, Boston Floyd, his x Subscribed and sworn to before me, this .

In 8"'i cases provided. mark: Sam Walker his x mark. Wi'llis Hall 12th day of February, 1884. -, GA., Jnne 20th, 1881. '!: '

I P. L. MURPHY, his x mark, H C Bradford W J Godfrey, GEO. W. SCHUYLER, Dr Clark .Tohnson-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of. your
ltitllit u'c:trator of Estate of Patrick. Murphy, .John C Rutishauser, Paul Funke. John Justice of the Peace. Indian flood Syrup completely cured them..

t'CC'ed... 9-30d' Finlay, C Louis Lange Julius Klotz C W 46, .. KUDIE CANTtER.' '
-...-. Estes_ !., John MeddenV_ E_Berry, Thomas FIRE, WOOD AND LUMBER !. .... ,
; I'. Redden, Robert McDonald his x mark, .
ACADEMY, Toney Riley, Lorance Lang his x mark, Jas .. ..' B.o.OX$ .A ( STATIONERY.. DOW-7S: ,
Fcmaiidiiia -
Fla. Lang his x mark, Sam Love, Frank Foster, FOR' SAM CHEAP..:. .:... .. ,' .
Jos Proctor his x mark, Jas Mackey his x .
TIns action INSTITUTION, UNDER THE mark, Albert Reynolds. Warren Mason, J TDGINGS'ANi( ; ) S'L.A.DS', .'., :'. ".. <. : HORACE DREW, GINGER CORDIAL o .. !.

is pleasantly' of the SKTEES OF ST. JOSEPJI; F.reU I..oh"lat'frJ&lm:)McDermott WjEJinn\ I PJ .10 cents per load.
(j"rtions, of located in one of.the bealtlllest.. John Barr, fie'iiiy" U B er; Henry. Knabb, 0" 0, TVqokseller, Stationer, IS NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT, '
The Florida. Steph'an'StewarthisxTnarfai: !; W B Thompson -' ,I'ROUGH LUMBER, < -*-* < Printer and Binder. but contains all the medicinal proper,;

ftr i a Boarding buit.ling,which w as erected especially Z Nickola, Geo ..Crjbb Jas Me Walters From $5 to $1G M'' ft., ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It..

The Coarse large and airyr S.A Hayes W-' V"Scott, )!errc Alberti! : per is very pleasant to take, and .,:.
of Instruction 3s and Randall Jackspn 1ix mark Paris according to quality.
solid.! thorough Johnson, School Books
Frey ch comprising-, all both 'ln English', and .Henry- Gage,. Simon Johnson! *,". .Trn; pinion i \ DRESSED LUMBER, and.Orange !1Ps. .CURES INDIGESTION,'HEADACHE,' '

tiuq i Boa the branches of .a .good edu i-* .Owens;rGlaib'er: A'SteiU Wm Jones his'x $12 to $20 per M. feet .NOW,A. PE IALI. ,Y '
rd, Tuition .t '4'. COLDS CHILLS CRAMP COLIC
nldln j\ashingBed and mark Amb'ros'Roberson"his . ,
; x'marki.Henry Orders by Telephone promptly attended to. .. _
.. .
SOn. wltd? per quarter, $40.50; Music',Less ,Holzend rf,'Jr;,hisx 'mark. Henry Holzen*. t. : :'; U st DIARRHCEA DYSENTERY ,.
.j. ,
( -
UlSel>f InstrUlllent, $12.00: .. dorf,his 'mark Geof his mark WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, V'
Plain Sewing x Je.II Clay x S3 Liberal. discounts. ,to. Teachers. ,.and.
\,nrk taught without and every variety of Pancy .)[ 'y'SmaIl'his x mark, Frank Holzendorf Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Trade..,..Special" prices and Catalogue" free on." 0 .PAINS in the'Stdmach and Bowels;""'
additional< ..
marK Eddie .
Payments charge. his x Reynolds, Daniel Mitchel : I Schools will r ul rend In'advance. : his x.mark-.Samuel .Lizzemore. his :x niark, Office foot> Centre Street. ; '** 'if. :8' application. Y\ .,> ... and .MALARIA, by-warmintr and timt1Jat-,,;

For further reopen October 1st. 1883. Henry Hooper his x mark. Henry Martin J, .:-50 W. BAY:STREET ing the Stomach an-?'towels} into a healthy* .
(emr particulars" apply, to the AcadSauerK. his x mark, James, Drummond, 'Edward .Notice, to. Tax-Payers..'. .. ; < .'. action. "S'.Td -\- > f. .
-- '. ( -to :
"toO iq -' Mordecaij Henry Keizer his'X'mark.-'Ed 'a'rd I am'now, prepared to 'receive the taxes i 4i'." ,JACKSONVILLE.'FLA... '" PALMER BRO'S, 0 '"-
Johnson .Abraham'. Trerfmins.,hi3:x niark.r for the city of Fern mlina."assessed for'the. O: ; I Centre Street, Fernandina, :Fla.' ;

10 cis a pound amtt, July Mitchell his x mark Benjamin Fuller'his year.. 1883 J. E. )MEDDAUGH-- For Saterat'a' Bargain. ....... ,. .. 1'Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA-: >
.AT J. KUREa's x mark, Samuel Brown, Romeo Dene- City Tax Collector. A Miller's liano.: GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
Corner Ash and Sixth. gall, Joseph Cook his x mark, Prince Wil Fernandina, December 15, 1883, FRED W. HoYT. without pepper. 22



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.: .: THE FLORIDA MIRROR. been ascertained up to the 1 present. )fr. -'.'- 5 The Late Tragedy. autopsy on the body of Major F. C. Suhrera said county, who being duly

-Ii- Sylvanus was well known in this eity, and ;-. :*:, /,.' short time after his death ; was present charged to Inquire how and in what SWorn and
ift.OOA YEAR; $J.OO FOR SIX MONTHS was a member of Nassau Chapter ,lf Royal THE COMPLETErrJESTIMONY: ,aND. THE. FINWSOof I when he died ; autopsy revealed the follow and by whom the said Fernando C. S'lthr:
,. Arch 3Iasons.The .. ingfacts': A wound apparently made by a came to his death du say
ifaE their
JURY. small ball or cartridge pellet, was found aforesaid that T. Jefferson oath
;: Reflection Egmont Hotel register shows a large. .? The corpiier' jury, sitting in the inquest abput two inches on the right side of the da.y of February, 1384. in flag Eppes,on afof

". number of distinguished arrivals this week, upbn'tbe body of the I late Fernando C.Suhrer,: sternum or breast bone, from which} blood said, m and upon the said county
.: :Mr. Isaac Hinckley, Philadelphia, is so- exuded. On opening the cavity of the chest I Suh"cr. in the of God Fernando C'
finished peace
its deliberations then
among which are the Earl of Hunt ington, on Saturday evening and
; p. journing the Egmont. ', it was found that the wound was made by being feloniously I wilfully there
'" Lord,Hastings, J. Mortlbck and E. Jordan, last, and as a"matter of public record, we some hard body, apparently.a.ball, of hard aforethought did make and of alice
A: B.' Beers' and wifeof, ; Bridgeport, from. England,; 'J.' M., Quigley, Thomas publish' the complete 'testimony, togetherwith metal, sufficiently! / hard -to.. peuetrate.; the I the said T. Jefferson Eppes an ussalllt, with, and that

,It Conn., were at the Egruont yesterday. Nast, the famous caricaturist;and Major B. the finding of the jury, below. bone, entering underneath the interior edgeof pistol, which he then and\there had a certain 1 I

.}: Mr. Carnegie's pretty steam.yacht Jfissoc S. Henning President of the"Florida Transit The. principal l actor in this sad drama: along the the clavicle under or surface collar of bone the,same and;, passing cuttinga in mortal, and upon wound the did said inflict Fernando C. Suhi2 a

i. in our waters, and|cuuch admired. Railway, from New York ; F. A. having through his counsel obtained a writ groove as it approached its articulation t mortal wound the said Fernando, of which said

Mr. Sanford White and wife, of New Richardson,and C. D. Willard and son, from of habeas core: ? from the presiding judge of with the upper portion of the sternum, and I died; and that the said T. Jefferson C. Snh Enn5

A( 'York are registered at the Egmont Hotel. Washington : C. R. Cummings of Chicago, this circuit, Was taken to Jacksonville on l across entering the a sternum still deeper itself one; continuing: transversely its I Suhrer in manner then aforesaid and there, the did said)kill Fernando'' t i

j Captain J.V.. Gambier, of the Royal and several others. Saturday evening last,and'upon the affidavitof : direction transversely it passed into the and the said jurors do further and Dlurlle; 5
his"wife.ait1.le\ te5' of Mr. Dew- upper portion of the left lung, cutting sufficiently oaths aforesaid say upon their 1
t Navy, England, is sojourning at the Egmont Card of Thanks.We George 1). Dewson i
: son, ;Judge?p akLk decided that--the! case was I to cause hemorrhage from it. I feloniously present at the time of the feW Was
Hotel. have been the widow of did. not deem it
requested by 'adwissibl *to bail- and issued the following important to proceed and murder aforesaid in form aforesS? i
'" H. G. Stelwagon and wife, of Philadelphia the late Fernando C. Suhrer to tender, her '. further, as what had been ascertained was committed-that is to say. on the said
,, thanks to friends order.: sufficient to have caused death. On both day of February, iaS4 in" the "H
the'many of her late husband
) have bcen spending a week at the j county 'afore'
The ,above cause, coming on to be heardupon arms, not far from the elbow, a bruised sur said, then and there comforting t
Egmont.Rev. ; and'especially the members of the the .return of the sheriff of Nassaucounty face or echimosis was found, about an inch and aiding the said T. Jefferson EpWto abettin

: H. A. Dodge and sister, from Evansville city government, or the warm sympathy after hearing the testimony, it i is and a half or two inches long; might have and commit the said felony and nmrZ a'
shown her in her lamentable bereavement. considered that the defendant is entitled to I been caused by external violence, a blow o? aforesaid in the manner aforesaid.
... 'Indiana, were guests of the Egmont by a forcible from the hand The inn!
be bailed. It is thereupon ordered that the grasp of some state the fact in this, their verdict, that
this week. llatlroad to St. Marys.We prisoner furnish bail to the amount of person. being empanelled and sworn, and bavin after,
$6,000 ; and,.it appearing that,the defendanthas John C. Rutishauser sworn, testified as trade an examination of the
,: : Dr. J. B. Upham, of Boston, has engaged are informed that a company has se- complied with said order and the bond follows : On the afternoon of the 7th of came to the conclusion:; that it body. they

rooms at the Egmont, where he will remain cured lands at St. Marys for the use of a pro- having been Approved, it is ordered that the February, 1884, Mr. T. Jeff Eppes and lately necessary Jo have a physician wasab> ,
some time. posed railway to that city from some pointon said T. Jefferson:\ Eppes, the said defendant, Mr. George Dewson came into my shop. I them in their examination ; and to there.assist -
the Brunswick be released from the, custody of the sheriff shaved Mr. Eppes ; afterward they both left fore they requested the attendance
road. This
.. Major Henning was in the city on Thurs a very of Nassau cqUnty, and that he do appear at and went down towards Noyes' or Hoyt's physician, and that Dr. W. H. Pope of a
': day of this week, and visited the beach and admirable thing for the old city, which has the spring term of the Circuit Court in and store and, in a few minutes, came back to ingly attended. G. W. SCHCYLER accord

:' Dungeness with a pleasant party. so long been the southern outpost of Geor- I. for Nassau county to answer in accordance my shop, Mr. Eppes having a whip, a carriage 'oroner.,
gia,and will contribute largely to its renewed with :said bond. whip in his hand; Mr. Eppes bor-
:, Joel Cook of with rowed a knife from and off''
Philadelphia, together prosperity and growth :Mr. Dewson, whose arrest was ordered by my boy cut MARINE.
about a foot and a half from the
: his wife and in upper part ;
are tarrying our
i the coroner's jury, was brought to this citMonday "
Y I said to Mr. Eppes What are you going to Port
of Fernandina.
city at the Egmont; Hotel. JLawtey's English Steamship Line. morning by Sheriff Ellermann,and do; are you going to whip somebody? look HIGH WATER.

: Thomas N. Dixon, of Philadelphia, with The British steamship Zealous, Captain was put under bonds in the same amount as out, you will be sorry for it to-morrow ; Saturday, Feb. 16..11:37
Mr. Dewson outside A.M. (H2p: : .
his mother, have lately been enjoying the Lanttel, arrived in this port Thursday from Mr. Eppes$6,000., when the whip stopped was cut off;the said shop to and Mr., Sunday, 17...... 0:11 0:30: -y

hospitalities of the Egmont. Barcelona, Spain, consigned to William TIIETESTIMONY BEFORE THE CORONER'S JURY. Eppes, "Come, let's go; '. In about ten Monday, '" 18..... 0:50: 1:15"
Lawtey to load for the United Kingdom. C. A. Key, sworn About 5 minutes they returned Mr. Eppes thee Tuesday, 19...... 1:31 1:56":
: ;
.( S. V. Harkness, of Cleveland, Ohio, to- says p. m. on gave Wednesday, 20...... 2:15"
Lanttel the 7th of February, 1884,1 was threading whip to Mr. Dewson saw Mr. Eppes 2-40 "
reports reaching this bar at go up "
gethcr with his son and daughter, stoppedat room of the Mansion House. I towards the Sheriffs office brother Thursday:; 21...... 3:10.u 3:35 "
the Egmont a few days this week. 6 p. in. on the evening of the 13th inst., heard a noise of the scuffling of feet; looked 1 in my shop at the time this; my occurred. was Friday, 22...... 4:10 4:35:::; "

showed the usual signals by lights for a from and Captain J. F. Smith testified
The daily excursion trains from Jacksonville my paper saw two men grapplingwith sworn, as
pilot, but was not boarded by one until the each other ; heard a voice, which I follows : I came from the depot about 5 ENTERED.
to this city are' well patronized, and o'clock went to the Feb. 10-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette.
14th inst. at 9 a. in. Vessels for this recognized to be that of Fernando C. Sub ; up Mansion House;
... our beautiful Amelia Beach receives the un- port rer, say what does all this mean ? I saw was sitting in the reading room of the1 hotel ; Savannah, with freight and!
would do well to remember that it is follyto the flash of attention first attracted passengers to W. B. Tucker,
qualified admiration of all. :; a pistol ; saw Fernando C. Sub my was by the noise
arrive off.the bar save during "pilot rer stagger. Ijthen went to the door. )lr.T. of the whip, or some expression from thee agent.
J. Wellington, of New York, who hours" which would seem to be from 8 Jeff Eppea.Avas; ; then standing with on Major ;Suhrer) ; saw Mr. Eppes and the 12-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder.

made a short stay at the Egmont, on his a. in. to 5 m. in fine weather.. foot on the steps and one on the platform Major ; they (Eppes and Suhrer) were grappling and 1,680 tons. New York ; freight
p. to It. W.
in front of the house ; Fernando C. Suhrerwas ; Mr. Eppes' back was towards me; I passengers youth-
into Florida
returned to the l
way on the front porch ; Mr. T. Jeff Eppes heard the report of the pistol ; did not see agent.
where he remains several weeks. The Black Diamonds.The had a whip in his right hand ; Fernando Cllr. Eppes fire the pistol ; he (Mr. Eppes) 13-S. P. City of Bridgeton. Dennette.

:Mr.J. F. Leech,Pittsburgh, Pa., with his Standard Dramatic Company will! oc- Suhrer was holding on to it ; Mr. T. Jeff stood between me and the Major the time; Savannah, with freight and passengers
cup '.Lyceum Hall for two nights, Mondayand Eppes had a pistol in his left hand ; I saw after the report of the pistol they passed by to W. B.Tucker agent.
; family, arrived at the Egmont on Wednesday Mr. T. Jeff Eppes strike Fernando C. Suhrer the door out of my sight ; I saw them next ?4-Brig Lojo, Herman, St. Marys;
; Mr. Leech has already spent six yearsat Tuesday next. We have never seen the with the whip, once or twice, after he was through the window ; Mr. Eppes had then ballast.

our elegant hotel, and has returned again I company, but from our exchanges we observe shot ; I heard Fernando C. Suhrer ask T. the revolver and whip iti, his one hand, and 15-Schr. Silas C. Evans, Endicott. New
for the season. that they give universal satisfaction Jeff Eppes ''What does all this mean ?" T. holding Major Suhrer with the other; :Mr. York ; general merchandise.:
wherever they go. This is their ninth annual Jeff Eppes replied You insulted my wife Dewson was holding Major Suhrer's hand ; 15-S. S. Zealous, Lanttil, Barcelona;
t. The Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad one week ago to-day? Fernando C. Sub did not see any weapon in Mr. Dewson's light, Wm. Lawtey.
', tour, and although their first appear- denied it T. Jeff hand did not hear Mr. Dewson CLEARED.
: made the run from Hart's Road Junction to rer ; Eppes- replied You ; or Mr.
:" ance in Florida they are well known in our did ; Fernando C. Suhrer said : I may bea EI'pessay anything until it was all over; Feb. 10-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette,
'. this city in twenty minutes on Thursday. Southern States-Georgia, South Carolina, dead man, Jeff; but before God I did not! previous to this I met :Mr. Eppes and :Mr. Savannah, with freight and pas.
When the Nassau trestle is filled in, the run Fernando C. Suhrer walked into the house Dewson on the block between this street, sengers by W. B.Tucker agent.
to Jacksonville can readily be made in GO to Virginia, Kentucky, etc. They open on and to his room ; I supported him on onside e Centre, and Alachua street ; Mr. Eppes 13--S. P. City: of Bridgeton, Dennette
70 minutes. Monday night with the American play of and Captain Smith on the other; Fer asked me if I had a revolver ; I said, No. Savannah ; with freight and
Black Diamonds," with an entire changeof nando C. Suhrer had no weapon in his sir : not with me ;" Mr. Eppes said, "1Ir.. passengers by "". B. Tucker

Mrs.: Duryee narrowly escaped severe injury bill for Tuesday. The prices of admission hand ; the last I saw of the pistol it was in Dewson\ thinks he can beat me shooting,and 41 agent.
by the overturning of the carriage in have been Mr. T. Jeff Eppes' hands; saw Mr. George wants to try ; saw no whip ; this must have 13-Brig Salve Virgin Maria, Llorca,
cut nearly one-half. Reserved Dewson holding Fernando C. Suhrer's right been about fifteen minutes befors the affray Gibraltar for orders : lumber.
which she was seated, at Jacksonville on seats are now on sale at hand after the C. Read. '
Horsey'sdrug and heard him say: Let go of tbe happened; affray I heard Mr.
Thursday evening. She was, thrown under store. whip:' Eppes say, twice, pointing his finger at Major 14-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder.

the carriage and in considerable danger, but, Frank Hughes, colored, testified as fol Suhrer, You insulted my wife; I am 1,680 tons, New York ; freight
learn The Late Fernando C. Suhrer. lows : Late on the evening of the 7th of on friendly terms with Mr. Eppes and Mr. ond; passengers, to R. W. South-
glad to received
we are material
no The funeral of the late Fernando C. February, I was standing on the sidewalkbetween Dewson, and Major Suhrer; have been ever wick, agent.
injury. the store of Mr. Kydd and Rey since I have been in Fernandina. 14Schr. D. D. Haskell,Haskell, May-
There lay in our harbor yesterday two fin Suhrer, whose tragic death last week caste nolds' shoe shop; saw Mr. T. Jeff Eppes THE FINDING OF TilE JURY. ajnez ; lumber, Mizell & Bro.
such a deep gloom over our whole community and George Dewson going in the direction STATE OF FLORIDA, ) 14-Schr. Maud Snare, Snare, Port of
steamships-the City of San Antonio, of the took place from the Roman Catholic of the Mansion House ; heard M.*. Eppessay NASSAU COUNTY. | Spain ; lumber, J. E. Davis it

:Mallory Line,and the English steamer Zeal. Church on Saturday morning last, and was : "I will shoot him ;" heard Mr. Dew- An inquisition indented and taken for the Bro.
ous, loading by Lawtey for an English port. son say, twice, "Don't do it ;" Mr. Eppes State of Florida, in the county of Nassau on IN PORT.
We at distant that it attended by the populace en masse, the members said, after Mr. Dewson told him not to do the 9th day of February, A. D. 1884, beforeme Steamship Zealous (Br.), Lanttil.
hope will
.. no day not of the City Council, of which body the it, Damn him I will shoot him ; I fol as Coroner in and for said county, upon Brig Lojo (Rus.), Herman.
be an uncommon sight to see several steam- deceased was president,actingas pallbearers.After lowed on after them as far as the corner of the view of the body of Fernando Suhrer, Schr. Silas C. Evans. Endicott.
ships lying at our docks engaged in the foreign the ceremonies at the church the Mr. Yulee's house, and then turneddown togo then and there lying dead upon the oaths Sch. D. W. Hunt, Baker.
; and domestic trade. bodywas to Huot's store; saw Mr. Dewson and. of S. D. Dennette. Thomas Kydd, H. 'V. Schr. Chas. E. Lester. Truitt.
conveyed to the burying ground of that Mr. Eppes go on to the :Mansion House ; King James McGiffin, J. E. Meddaugh" Schr. Mary I.. Allen Butler.
The Rev. Prof. T. F. Gailor, chaplain of parish set apart in the Old Town Cemetery.The was at the corner of Mr. Huot's lot, when I Emil O. Friend, good and lawful men of theSOIRIIF Schr. Flora Rogers Jamieson.

k the 'University of the South, at Sewanee, grief of the bereaved family, so sud- heard the report of the pistol ; went right
f into the store.and said, "I met a gentleman
Tenn., was in our city on last
Saturday. and
; denly violently bereft of a
protector, with Mr. Dewson who said he would shoot
L We learn that he officiated in St. Johns counsellor and provider, was distressing in some one, and he has shot some one sure

I' Church, Jacksonville, on Sunday morning, the extreme to witness, and many a strong enough ; Mr. Huot said, No I said,

c and in.a forcible and eloquent discourse on man, to whom tears had been strangers for "Yes, he has shot Major Suhrer; I then
went to the Mansion House did
not in.
; go
I the subject of religious education presented years, was seen to weep. Lewis Jenkins, colored, testified : Was c
the claims of the University of the South, The deceased was a native of the Grand standing on the sidewalk near Mr. Reynolds i ,. ea oL ara

and especially the Theological Department, Duchy of Baden in Germany, and a graduateof shoe store on the evening of Feb-
I ruary 7th, near dark was talking to Frank fir
,,. .,. on the churchmen' of the South. the college at Tauber- ischoffsheim. In Hughes and Duncan Cribb ; saw Mr.Dewson CASH. '

I, The steamer Indian River, from New York 1856 he came to America, and lived several pass in company with another gentlemana

: to Indian River,arrived here yesterday, having years in Milwaukee, Wis. From Milwaukee ( young man, shorter than Mr. D.); I know

O' left New York on the 17th of December. he went to Ohio, where he studied medi- the young man by sight, but do not know na
his name ; heard the young man say, "I
Owing to her extremely light draught of 24 cine under Dr. Luther L. Jenkins until the will shoot him ;j" heard Mr. Dewson say, S

'. inches,she was obliged to hug the coast very breaking out of the war, when he entered "No, no," and the young man say, "Damn t tula
; closely and follow the inside wher the army as a private in the 107th Ohio Vol- him I will shoot him.. Mr. Dewson ap- r
npftrpt._._ /\ hp ,.pmOI1<:t.01t i tHJ' n..,.i,...1.. tho.... ?nn.,,..
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ever practicable. She is a very neat, nicely unteer Infantry, in which regiment he man, trying to quiet him.'b Mr. D." JV"'u took

i I I' ." ., fitted-up boat, well-suited to the shoal lagoons served until the close of the war, having hold of the young man, but finally wenton

t ; of the Indian river where we hope she risen to the rank of major. In July, 1865, with him in the direction of the Mansion
t House I the other
I. will arrive in due time in safety. She will he was mustered out, and came to Fernan ; went way.
M. N.Gambrill,sworn,says : I know noth-
+f t go from here to the mouth of the St. Johns dina, where he has resided since. As statedin ing whatever in relation to the shooting of

I t.t : river b)' the inland passage. our last issue, he held many offices of :Major Fernando C. Suhrer. I had no con-

'I tt':: Among the recent improvements going public trust, Federal, State and municipal, versation with either Mr. T. J. Eppes or Mr.
George Dewson in reference to difficultywith
on, we notice the rapid progress of )Ir. C. during his residence here, and his genial Major Suhrer previous to any the shootingof

.5 "5 5 W. Lewis' concrete house, corner of Ash and polite ways made him hosts of friends, Major Suhrer. I knew of no ill feeling or ----

and Seventh streets. Mr. John Hedges has who sincerely mourn his loss, and extend any difficulty between Mr. T. J. Eppes and
I their heartfelt Major Suhrer, and did not know that Mr. EGGS FOR HATCHING.
sympathy to the bereaved CITY ,
;, had his very pretty cottage, corner of Date Eppes had left the Mansion House.

and Seventh streets, handsomely painted in widow and children. John A. Edwards, sworn, says : On the LEGHORNS,

I olive green with dark red trimmings. Sheriff Misprints.Of evening of the 7th of February Mr. T. J. IN ANY QUANTITIES, BROWN PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
Eppes came into office and
my inquired
.. .' : ,. Ellermann, on Beech and Third streets, has St. Marys river, Florida, the following Mr. Ellermann. By the expression of his PEKIN DUCKS.
greatly improved his residence. The new is reported: The improvement would be expensive face I thought something serious had hap-
chapel attached to the convent is now nearly! requiring the excavation of rock. pened, and said to him, perhaps Mr. Ellermann AT MARKET RATES. PRICE, $2.00 PER SETTING OF 13.
The small population of St. Marks and its
is not the man you wish to see. He
The railroad -
q completed. company are making insignificant commerce, with no prospective then called me out into the hall and told me Guaranteed Pure and Fresh.
1 some improvements at the Centre street increase of any magnitude is another draw he had shot Major Suhrer, and wished to
;! ; depot, which will add to the convenience back. The present channel is pronouncedto give himself up. I told 'him to go to Mr. 9 J. FRED LOHMAN. 9 WARREN F. SCOTT.

; ; and comfort of passengers. be sufficiently good for the existing com- Schuyler, and went to the door and showed -
merce. him Mr. Swann's office and told him he
''I: ., The sailing packet Silas C. Evans arrived The above paragraph we have observed in would find Mr. Schuyler there. I waited at THE MINISTER WHO FAILS to interest his congregation

here yesterday from New York, and is now several of our exchanges. A the outside door of my office until! saw of preacher,
I i very cursory Mr. and build his church is generally accused beingO
Eppes enter Mr. Swann's office have up
I discharging her at the Centre street ;
cargo reading would show one that instead of
any had no conversation with Mr. Eppes since. hard That is not always where the trouble
dock. The Evans came out in command of St. Marys river, the St. Marks river-a small I asked him if he had killed Major Suhrer, or of not studying a

5 Captain Endicott, Mr. Sylvanus, her old stream in Wakulla county-was referred to. he said no; he had shot him, he thought, in comes from. Dyspepsia and liver disorders are responsible for-many

; captain and part owner, having mysteriously the sbouldenr dull sermon and many a vacant pulpit.' When the Dominie digestieapparatus :
f ', ; Just Arrived-For Sale Cheap. Daniel P. Mularkey, sworn, : Mr. T. and Jrls
says him
; disappeared just before the vessel and his are pain,
.. r., 100 barrels Lime, J. Eppes and Mr. George Dewson came into is working wrong giving
,j I ".'.";;'.' sailed from New York. It seems the vessel ISO barrels Potatoes. Mr. Hoyt's store on the 7th February, brain refuses to do its duty, iris almost impossible to make or to preach.

\ i 3 ', \1 was all ready to go to sea and had hauled Early Rose, Peerless, and Bnrbank. near sundown. Mr. Eppes went to Mr. good sennon. Give your suffering minister a bottle of Brown's Iron Bit

:.". out into the stream. Captain Sylvanus, who 16 A. B. NOTES. and Jeffreys Mr.and Jeffreys asked told Mr. me Jeffreys to show something him a, ters. You will see its effect on next Sunday's preaching. The Rev.with hir.

t. had some business to attend to in the city, Notice. and could not walk except i
whip. showed him a buggy whip, and Zehring, of Codorus, Pa., was paralyzed,
.., .:,' took the small boat, and this was the last Neither the Captain nor Consignee of the told him it was the best I had. Mr. Eppes crutches until Brown's Iron Bitters ,made a new man of him. The Rey

.' ..,.:. seen of him. Whether he fell out of the British steamship Zealous will be responsible paid for it; heard no conversation betweenMr. of Rock Hill S. C. "It restored me to strength and Vlgor. -
.- for debts contracted by the crew. Eppes and Mr.Dewson. I delivered the Mr. White, says: .
,:: A boat,and was drowned, or 'whether some but for all people.THE
if.V W. LAWTEY, Consignee. whip. .".: Brown's Iron Bitters is not only for the minister,
: : ir':" 4"' .I other accident happened to him, has not; Fernandina February 14, 188-t. .. Dr. W. H. Pope, sworn, says: I made an 5

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