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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
March 1, 1884
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
General Note:
"Democratic" <1880>.
General Note:
Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note:
Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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VOF. VI. L'ERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY MARCH 1, 1884. -----Nn- u_ -

NEn' YORK GOSSIP. 1 VA SIll NGTO\: Marys, to Harrs'RoaI't ,. Fla. During the The Carnegie Mansion. r the little cottage now

past week propositions have been laid be- temporarily occupies:
To the Editor of the Mirror by the family.
our citizens for the building oft link
OF THE line front
PAST "some
THE point, near Brunswick, THE MAXSIOX.
COLLEGE-A PRACTICAL AND GENUINE The hall of the House Tuesday morning Ga., to Hart's Road, Fla.,. via St. Marys" The TUESDAY LAST. Through the kindness of )Ir Paterscov
corner-stone of
WORKING LIBRARY. presented the appearance of a chamber in and been favorably entertained.It the new Dungeness who is one of the firm engaged in the
which had been held mansion, on Cumberland Island, now being obstruction
a night of
To the Editor of the Mirror: The revelry. is therefore to be hoped, that the Air erected by Mr. Thomas )[. the of the mansion, we have been able
attendants and clerks i Carnegie on
NEW YORK February 22, 1884. the committee were sleeping in Line" into Florida" so long advocated byi site of the old house built by General Greene to learn the following from the \rcwt:

rooms or moping around, the writer, is about to take definite shape.A lug drawings although the
To-day h Washington's birthday, but to and no quorum could be collected for of was laid with formal ceremonies on the 26th description
any new and much shorter will necessarily be
,route will thus inst. very crude- The extreme t
A number of
of the and the committee invited guests-friends
judge of the appearance meetings. This meant that be also provided for F'ermu! : dinst either by from length and breadth of the ground
Pittsburgh of Mr. and Mrs.
the general activity in the business portionof session twenty-one hours had just come rail from the junction as proposed at Carnegiewere covered by the structure is about 12ftx5O

the city, one would hardly think so. Ten to a close had or, that the Republican representatives Hart's Road or by a good steamboat connection Paterson present, on to behalf witness of Messrs.the ceremony.McKenzie Mr.& feet. It will be two stories in height withan

attempted to evade the Mexican between Fernandina! and'St. attic built in the Queen
still occasion of Marys. Annestyle with
was an Paterson of Boston
the day Pension the contractors for the
years ago; bill by skulking, and the Dem-
This service a tower 100 feet
could be performed? from.a new high at the east end. Tbt
Oi) ery.tllCC. Now one scarcely ocratic majority had taken the occasion to building, presented Mrs. Carnegie with a
general wharf the exposed
(on North IliverjpinTfroni: thirty portions of the outer walls will be
thinks of it that is to say, city people ; silver trowel, square and level, which were
; faced
thirty-five ando with the
minutes, best
legislation initiate the quality bf rock-facefl
however, still seem to have : used in the ceremony of laying the stone.
country experiment no better use could be found for On light colored granite while the main. root:..
sonic respect for the memory of the father of the bill was about to be ,made the special the beautifully modelled anti staunchly constructed presenting them to Mrs. Carnegie, Mr. dormer windows and the pyramid of the
1'The city was thronged withpater order for a given and Paterson spoke as follows :
his count some half dozen steamer now oti our stocks, the belvedere will be covered with thebest
faniilias, his wife and grown-up motions to made For the purpose of laying this corner-
adjourn- by the I
Republi- property of the St. Map's Steamboat Com quality of Vermont slate, the combs of the
daughter from the rural districts, and the cans-had been voted down, the Pension stone, permit me, Mrs. Carnegie, to presentto
pany. Having been left so long out in -he; I higher portions of the main roof being
the tavern into whichWashington's you in behalf of those whom
fortunate proprietor was called, and Mr. Hewitt you
of cold" by our' railroad friends, we are dll crested with ornamental iron cresting
old headquarters had been Alabama have commissioned to build your Southern
moved to
adopt a resolution naturally good the The main entrance
spirits at prospect of to the building will be-
transformed at the corner of Broad and making the bill home, this set of :Masonic instruments,
a special order for the 21st the "comingspring" in more senses thanont on the north side, opening into the vestibule -
Pearl streets, literally coined money. There inst. A number Republicans had by this which are not only emblemruatical of the
r' 10x11
ALEX. CURTIS. mechanical skill by which its walls, in the feet the floor of which will be
were throngs there all day, wanting to see time absented themselves, and on a vote St. Marys, February2d,1884. fine proportions in which they have been laid with marble, with ornamental borders.

the exact spot where Washington stood being taken, the House was found withouta ., designed, shall soon be erected, crowned and To the left of the vestibule is the grand LaDL.

when he hade farewell to the leaders of his quorum. A call of the House ordered embellished for your comfort and pleasure,
was In connection wi h the combinationnow twenty-one feet wide and
ne\y' but extending neaxljv
army, the place where he sat before the final and the Sergeant-at-Arms was told to take looming up in our railroad world it truth they, fraternity are symbolical and love, of which the spirit should of the entire width of the building. The -

act, and the table at which he wrote. Of the absentees into custody and,'bring them appears to the writer that feiv .routes com- pervade the minds and hearts of men every- parlor and dining rooms are on spacious the

course they all consumed something, for before the bar of the House. This occurredat mend themselves more /tai :good sense of where. Hence has arisen the beautiful cus- south side of the building. The
the ana to
in former
general public
our Georgiasystems on
tom of with
naturally their tongues got dry with askingso six o'clock p. m., and from that hour in : laying attractive ceremonies the the east side of the
un- particular, than the new Air corner-stones of public edifices intended for grand hall, is 18x22 feet,.
many questions, and the accommodatingGerman til eight o'clock the following morning Line, as it is being properly designated. from the common use and good, or for the eleva- with bay windows upon the broad veranda,,

who keeps the place-and has a members in charge of that officer were from I Jacksonville Ga., north. ,We Fla.have, via taken-Jfsiu> and Millen, tion of our kind. Symbolizing :such sentiments extending around the entire east and south

regular gold mine in it-answered their calls time to time presented at the bar of the inform ourselves accurately; .some to the pains meritsof to may they not most appropriately be sides of the building. Opposite the parloris
used in laying the foundations of
for refreshments with as much alacrity as he' House, the Speaker addressing to each the this route from railroad ii en connected institution as venerable as our a race homean and- the large dining room, 18x24, which i

responded to their thirst for information. words: "You have been absent from the sit- with prominent lines, and find, the result to the'noblest one of all in its character, and in connected with the pantry and china closets

Apropos of Washington's birthday, I am tings of the House without its leave. What be Excellent as follows railway: facilities jf exist;:. at which more than in any other is preservedand The gun room, with a lavatory, are at thJu *-
[ and fostered the of truth -
reminded of the fact that the series of excuse have you to offer? :Many said from, Millen, Ga.. going north-east or west ; an/4 under whose_ spirit root _blossom all and the flowers purity north end of the grand hall. Next to the .

biographies started by the Messrs. Holt, they had left, thinking, of course the House but between Milieu_ and Jesup there lies a saved to earth from the ravages of Eden, gun room, and also reached from the ball,_

under tlje generic title of "Lives of American would adjourn about the usual_n Imnr.__ ___ nr__ vast unrailroaded country (probably 150 by and where alone are to be found the only is a large chamber, 17x18 feet, with balli
100 miles in
Worthies," has fallen tiat. in it they pleaded ignorance of the fact that the body tracts wanting extent development), yet possessing; ,'either splendid as an substantial then, as the joys future the world mistress affords.of this To home you, rooms, etc., attached. A corridor, 6 feet

engaged a lot of professional humorists to was in session, while among others, sicknessof agricultural, pastoral or yellow pine section. the one most fitted for the duty before us, I wide, leads from the hall to the. kitchen.

write burlesque biographies of Columbus, themselves or families became so popular Through the this would run thcfil'8t: sectienof have the pleasure of handing you, with assurances scullery, etc. The second story contains the? .

John Smith, Washington,Jackson and other an excuse that Mr. Townshend said We from new road. The seconll'plbraces that of our loyal service, the instruments living apartments of the family guestsf'
Jesup, almost due south
St. -
to Marys
by which shall
great men in the history of our country. ought to have some medical certificates or the southernmost port in Geqrgia, at which your test our faithfulness in chambers, library and reading rooms etc

The Life of Washington is: out this week.It else we shall never succeed in getting a quo- point an excellent crossing has been located while the attic has six bedchambers.The 'yr

is written by John Ilabberton, the author rum." Mr. Blanchard, in explaining his on the St.Iarys:: river, and from{ whence to Mr. Andrew Peebles, of Pittsburgh, the windows of the first two stories of the t
Hart's Road, Fla., is a distance of architect who made all the plans and draw-
of" Helen's Babies and it is not absence, said if he had known the only main
although bill some five or six miles. At'Hart's Road this ings for the building, then made the follow- building will be of the best qUalityor r

written in the offensively familiar style in was up he would have been willing to remain new route would be placed in! direct com ing address : polished plate glass, while the windows oC. ,

which the paragrapher of humorous pretensions at the Capitol a week, in order to pen- munication with Jacksonville and al}points When the Divine Architect the main stairs and grand hall will be of ornamental $
to revel it is not sion the Mexican veterans. The. south as .well as with tie) pjs f, _Fernandi->. planned and .
delights taking."Thereviewersliave14'sat i cathedral
deputies na,' Fla.: ,. (only a few'miles .to" the ''east of built the world He not only adapted it to the glass. ,
down upon" the despatched in every direction by the Ser- Hart's Road.) use of man, but also implanted in his heartan Dumb waiters will extend from cellar ti.

work, and the public does not buy. We, as ;peant-at-Arms: found the truant members Now, as to the most important factor in affection for and a strong desire to pos- attic. The laundry and store-rooms arc- in

a nation, may not have the bump of rever- variously engaged. Some were lassooed on The calculating holders the of this probable" key success route",of this line. which sess some to found convenient a home.and With lovely the exception spot on the cellar. The mansion will be provide t

ence strongly developed, but what nobodycan the streets, some were at their homes entertaining will be able to announce a saving to of Florida from of a few nomadic tribes in the Arabian with all modern conveniences, and when

deny we have a pronounced sense of invited guests, or in their "little six to seven hours over any other route from I deserts, who are still dwellers in tents as completed will be one of the handsomest
the decencies of life, as.;well. as a keen sense beds" where slumber's chain had bound the Eastern or Northern States, and on account were their ancestors some 5,000 years ago, private residences in the Southern States,.
this desire is universal
as the of
of the as race man
of practicability. Hence we cannot see the them ; while others were at the theatre, line-one that geographical cannot at position of the and whether it is the snow hut of the; costing over $100,000.The .

use removing the ancient dust of rever- ball, reception, or tea-party. Mr. Henley, time be outflanked by any other any system.subsequent Esquimaux, the bark wigwam of the Indians contractors for the brick work art,--.

ence from the busts of our worthies, to who was brought in in full evening dress Again, the construction of this line (from :: or the palatial mansion of the citizenof Messrs.\ Steel and Hall. McKenzie & Pater-

which in our earlier boyhood and girlhood and butonniere, asked to be excused on the Millen to Jesup and from Jesup via St. the of metropolis ; whether in the pent-up son, of Quincy, Mass., have the contract for
areas a great city, or amid the umbrageousgroves
Marys to Hart's Road will
days we looked up with a feeling of awe and ground of solicitude in regard to an attack any other of like length), in the cost South less than the of the forest, in whatever quarter of the balance of the building.We .

reverence as representing men of higher of measles in his family. A member said grading being insignificant, there being, lit- the earth, his lot is cast, and however Irish are sorry that the absence of the?

natures,greater hearts and stronger intellectsthan How about that dress suit? That does not tle bridging or trestling en route, while the or low his condition there is instilled in the architect, Mr. Peebles, prevents us frojr' f

we now produce. And when in placeof look like you were {hunting a doctor.:' Mr. found material ready for to both hand the along latter the operations whole line is home heart of whatever man a its love location for and, style a pride or dimensions in a- giving more full particulars at this time, but

the dust authors daub their venerable Henley said the measles was a fact, notwithstanding of the finest quality and of the greatest, that transcends all other ambitions of we hope to give complete description when

faces so as to make caricatures of them we his habiliments, and Mr. Gib- abundance.A his life. the building is completed which will
get a feeling of contempt and disgust. Hence son moved to have him excused on condition glance at any four good maps shows Indeed, with all true men, his home is the haps be by the 1st of January next.
------ the route fromIillen: true kingdom where his heart is enthroned,
- Ga.
tile Jailure ot this literary series is a thing to he would divide his bouquet among or Jacksonville, Fla., ,to be,almost to Hart's a bee Road line., and thither always his steps turn after the in addition to the mansion Mr. Carnegie

rejoice over. them. Mr. Lyman said he was well strickenin As we are informed, the charter for the line labors of the day for the only substantial has under consideration the erection of n>

The trustees of Columbia College have a years and requiring periodical refreshments from Jesup to St.Iarys has already been joys the world affords, and where the un- lodge at the landing, for the accommodation
obtained and the clouded welcome of a wife and the ,
charter merry
capital scheme under consideration. Since had retired on that account. Mr. to enter into the combination parties the are most willing favorable -prattle of his children lifts him above the of Captain Baker, of the steam-yacht Mistoe '.

the new wing of the college has been Springer moved that he be excused, bee. terms, while the Town Council of- I sordid and harassing thoughts and feelings but this has not been fully decided upon

completed it has been determined to considerably cause, he said, :Mr.: Lyman had once favored St. Marys have, in addition indicated their engendered in the irrepressible struggle

enlarge the library by the addition him by lending him an umbrella. :Mr.: Bel- willingness to donate a liberal portion of among men for the mastery,into the sunny
the corporation lands, wich will afford regions of contentment and cheerfulness, Memory of Annie Louise Avery...
oil such valuable ancient and modern works ford mixed a little blasphemy with his ple room for machine shops, warehouses am-, and where, as on a flowery island, he spends On Sunday, February 24th in childbed,

:is will prove a genuine and valuable aid to buffoonery, saying, when a deputy found I. etc.. with splendid water fronts in connec- his declining years in the sunlight of the at the early age of 23 years and G months,

the professional literary worker. The Lenox I him he was on his knees between the tion with their river front, etc. When it is affection that !surrounds him. and to the-inexpressible! of
Declining honors from his grief a devotedly-
remembered that St. grateful
dividing of the and Marys has been selected -
library which has wonderful collection day night, praying that
as the Atlantic terminus of the Flor- countrymen the great Washington, with a attached family circle and a large nunmberofsympathizingfriends
of literary gems, is of little practical utility the Lord would turn the surplus revenue ida and Georgia Barge Canal, (funds for the sigh of relief turned gladly to the solitude passed from our midst

mi account of the amount of red tape one into the channels of trade and business." construction of which have been found, and and solace Mount Vernon ; also here, to Annie Louise the beloved wife of
this beautiful young
has to Propositions were made to fine number contractors from London are now actually came
wade through before being able to. a of Mr.
General Greene IJ. Avery this
seeking powers to commence that happy to escape from the By entirely un-
secure admission. The Astor Library is members whose excuses were not sufficiently work), tIle'alne of such donations in great sucha turmoil of a public life to the quiet seclusionof looked-for misfortune, the family of our-

good as far as it goes ; but, as it does not I plausible, and :Mr.: Gibson :said Mr. Horr favored locality, will become at once ap- its sea-girt shores. respected: fellow-citizen. Robert Mare, .

"pi'ii\' until 10 a. m. and closes at 4 p. in., the was the first gentleman brought in whose parent, and we doubt not, andat no distant Time and patience would fail me to tell. has been plunged into the
how in all civilizations, the genius of the deepest grief, and
day, induce the
dress did of line
not a of
literary worker, who is not a person of give evidence that he had steamers to our Northern modelled artist, the craft of the mechanic and the has the sympathy of our whole community.

leisure. and is, as a rule, busy during those been out on a frolic. During the progressof because they could hardly ports surpass the splen-on, skill of the architect have been taxed to \s"' Annie Mare" the subject of this brief

hours in earning his daily bread and butter, this nonsense, the Speaker tried to pre- did service between Savannah and the build and to embellish, these homes of men ;; I obituary was loved and respected by her
how the earth has been searched
is debarred vent the hilarity, and emphatically North. In fact there is no reason why our' for the
practically from using its ad- requested choicest woods delved for the strongest classmates: and the older citizens of St.,
own Georgia Central of which State
vantages. The Columbia College Library, that the proceedings should not be permittedto is justly proud, and which, has already our con- clays, and blasted forthe strongest minerals, \r11rl-+C. .As the -vonn!! wifr- H_! anl1____ __ moth______.PI'_" _"he.._,. ::1
however, will be open from S a. m. till 10 degenerate into a farce. One dignified nections at Millen, cast, west and north wherewith: .to build and beautify them., The had preserved the tender love and heartfelt.p .

1)1. in. Eighty small tables will be placed in member demanded decorum, and said he should not rnrnn1f its admirable_ svstoni,, ploow ot the tanner; furrows the field ; the !j esteem of
., -- ------ ships of the merchant plough the a devotedly-attached husband,,
by it'o'cr over
extending the
sue reading) room, and the electric light will wished the fifty millions of intelligent peo- And by so doing not route indicated. boundless sea, and the million wheels of industry who has now to mourn the irreparable loss*.
be secure -only an "Air
fixed so that' students will have ple represented on this floor were looking I revolve and rumble, as well
every Line Key Route" into Florida, but also at they of a true and affectionate wife, a tender an V.
material aid for their work. Moreover, the down from the galleries on these absurdities St. Marys, one of the most valuable shipping might, that man'mar enjoy in his home the loving mother to his:; two little orphaned:

trustees are opposed to introducing the red and seeing American statesmen as they ports for the southern portions of our State forever blessings craves.and comforts the human heart children.In .

tapl'i'lu in vogue at the Lenox Library. Of see themselves. But another said I am as uated well for as the one State of the of Florida.most conveniently sit- As well from experience as observation. I the presence of such deep affliction we-

course care will be exercised in admitting glad the people arc not here to witness what ,' NEW RAIL ROUTE TO THE SOUTH." as well as all of us here, can testify to its know how vain are all earthly consolations, .

persons be to the library, but the librarian will has gone on to-night." When five more n no. I can preciousness heartily,extend and on my this congratulations joyous occasion to I and can only pray that the same Heavenly

provided with considerable discretionary men arrived the needed quorum was present, Amelia lieach. you on whom fortune nas so smiled, that Father, "who can temper the wind to the
}Power, so as to inflict and the resolution to make the :Mexican: THE IDLE Hour is here in this "
no unnecessary inconvenience again open, under the : lovely place in a climate so shorn lamb, will in His mercy pity the

on applicants. Pension! bill the order for the 21st inst., was supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will be delightful, you can rear so desirable and afflicted mourners in these bereaved families -

. The Astor Library adopted by 173 yeas to 35 nays. The result pleased to receive her old friends and the beautiful a home as this new Dunge- and enable them to in the
by the way, is growIng ness will be, and to express sincerely the say, even
more and more a mockery, so far aswrrcuig was greeted with applause on the Demo- public generally. Choicest oysters, fish, etc., hope that you and your loved ones may midst of their present most poign-mt grief

out the objects for which the late cratic side, and, at 8:15 a. m., the House adjourned constantly on hand. tf. find within its walls, after it shall have I "Thy will be done." .\. John lifted its turret to the sky and spread its
until the following day in order to
Jacob Astor founded it! are concerned. porches to the breezes, the health, com- j St. Marys, February 2Sth, 1884.
It frills. a nice recuperate from the strain of its all night Notice to Tax-Payers. fort and I
berth for a number of nice enjoyment you so much desire and I j ..

Your* men of literary aspirations! where session. I am now prepared to receive the taxes deserve. j Valuable Orange Lands for Sale '
tJ1l'Y "uy do their I ;- --- for the city of Fernandina, assessed: for the At the conclusion of Mr. Peeble's remarks i Tracts
work containing each ofj
own and draw a twenty acres
l'ClIII1imahle I : LINE year Ir.DD.\tGIJ. Mr. M. W. Vandervot 'of choice, high hammock land .
salary. Very few of the assistant 'ity' Tax Collector. Pittsburgh responded j on Orange Lake
ibrariuls i suitable for growing and truck farming
or'c.1n on behalfof Mr. and Mrs. orange -
care assist the Fernandina, December 15. 18S3, Carnegie,
I1l1o"llIatiol1: applicant the Editor of the Florida Mirror: in are now offered for sale. These lanrt
an approving The
at manner. corner-stone
desks. It would be In the Savannah lforuingXews of he IGth are very conveniently situated for transpor-
\\'lII't'the I trustees would give them solne 1,000,000 Brick for Sale, was then tapped with the instruments by tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
what of appears the following letter on the subjectof Mrs. terms to suit Titles .
and purchasers.
Carnegie pronounced to be are
a"OVerhaulinS. At the lowest cash Size
and thus price. of Brick
stir them
,, the 'Air Line Route to the tionable. Also
lr'l1 proposed new valuable
timber liij
their lotos-eaU 2Jx4xS inches. .C. C. STKATTOX & Co., plumb, square and level, and truly laid"Time I I '
nb.onum olcscencc.ItE South from Millen and Jesup Ga. via St large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, Tj .
4G-4m Macon Ga. j
; party then adjourned to luncheon in
I j t "
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\ ,->,* -" ? HER_GIFTS. cepted the pitiful price' offered, and I,: Greenbrook's. A steep flight of immaculately -I she walked out to the fly, Miss Grey- told the lady that a young o."h. -

"3 3 3i '. What did she give? then stole back into the street, where j i I clean steps led from the brook started alone on her travels. had gone to New Zealand three 1I

.o cant store of gold she ;gave tu church or she purchased a few of the absolute !': pavement of the High street to<; her The dull foggy shades of a London before had sent her money to join'hirn year*

'' ; poor; necessaries of life, and ordered some 'i hall door with its shining brass! winter evening had gathered l, and two "H e's my only one ma'am, and i

: ,. She f.nue.bought with wealth!: nor piety nor coals, which a greengrocer's boy knocker and boll-handle. On each big and two, little faces were pressed., trouble to me once, but IraisetTud was he a.i

Her foot scarce crossed the threshold of-her wheeled in a barrow behind her until I side of this hall door was a large bay- tight against the grimy top window ofa doing well now !n s

'-, door. they reached the door of the lodging I window, just high enough to make it house in Westminster street. as a cab Then Clara in gentle tones wished
A plaything to the childish world, her I
name house. inconvenient for any one to offer to drove up. her well, and when her husband ,

She never gave. "Would you mind carrying them shake hands with Miss Greybrook when Go and bring her up-stairs, Clara," back to her she reminded him of cam the I

r -" up to my room in two basketsful, if I they were in the street and she was said Tom. "I can't go in my slip- events of that miserable night which ;I
What did ?
; :. : She gave to greedy Toil her give tender hands, give you. twopence ? asked Clara, tending her flowers in the window. p ers." seemed so far-so very far off from

: ',' That other palms his roughened; 'grasp gently. At the back of the broad hall that "Yes-but I'm'so afraid of her." the prosperous to-day, and in a hushed,1

; might shun ; The boy nodded by way of answer, went straight across the house there All fears were obliged to disappear, and reverent tone she said :
she trod Pain's desert lands
Alone dreary
j ;" That other feet in pleasant paths might and the young wife opened the door were steps leading down into large, however, for the object of them had Thank God, Tom, we never hall.l 1{

I run. with her latch-key, and ran up for an well-kept gardens, and these were in- not waited to be brought up. She had that :E50 Reward !' "Minnie

All this? Aye more. old basket. While she was gettingthis closed by a substantial brick wall that intimidated the landlady by the commanding las, in Argosy. Doug

", What did she give? out of her room a man had swiftly effectually) protected the fruit and voice in which she had desiredto

She gave tip blessed Love for others' sake ; entered the house and passed.up the flowers from pilfering fingers. be shown to the apartments of Mr. MIGHTY INTERESTING: RF 1DI\G.-From

Desire Grace she kissed and bade good-bye. Joy, stairs. The coal-boy never noticed Inside the house everything was ex- and Mrs. Thomas Greybrook Craven ; the 1st of January, 1884, to the 1st of Jan.

Her side forsook ; her tryst, with hope she him, for his back was turned to the pressive of wealth and solid comfort. and that fat and lazy person had pre- nary, 1885, we are to have an interesting

brake, door, and he was eagerly watching the Miss Greybrook herself was regardedby ceded the strange lady rapidly up so succession (}stirring events of which everyone

'"', And turned Yes to, more Poverty than a smiling this. face. signs of an approaching fight betweentwo the towns folk as peculiar, but her many flights that on reaching the top will wish to hear. Two military campaigns .

tom-cats on an oppq .. ,. oor-step. peculiarity being accompanied by l landing Miss Greybrook stood silent are at present in progress-that of El

What could she more? The staircase was very dark, so when riches, she was 'never, made to feel it and stately, for she could not speak. Mahdi in the Soudan and of the French in
Yes, one thing more. Self left at last her Clara down with the basket the she tall of
came unpleasantly.- person was She waved the landlady down again, Tonquin-both which are approaching

.. Unhindered ways. now her patient feet might man had squeezed himself into a corner and angular, anda: pair of piercing just as the latter wanted to look in the criti point. The next session of Parliament .

run unobserved ; and when she wenton black eyes that shone out in vivid and see what would happen next. ) i h' to be marked, acording to the announced

;' To bear to undeserving hands the praise her the to contrast to her hair her of Mr. Parnell}),
!, A blind world for work that she had way, stranger passed on gray gave a, Then Tom advanced, and his god- purpose by a bitter
i S : done. gave ,. the top of the house, and entered the remarkable appearance. Her caps mother kissed him first, then his wife. struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel

,, ,;j None could do more. room behind that occupied by the were always made high and her Then, observing Bobby aud Bertie, she their English and Scotch colleagues to concede -

Cravens.An dresses shorter than anybody else's, grimly smiled, and remarked aloud to Ireland some measure of home-rule.
Life hath no more. In default of this, Mr. Parnell promises to
No more, dear heart, is thine to give. Thine hour later a snug glow of fire and she made no change for fashion or but to herself, evidently : employ his following to so obstruct the

,:1 all warmed the young couple and their favor. Children, of course !-being as transaction of parliamentary business as to
Is God's, and on his altar laid. His rod pooras render the presence of Irish members at
children ; and the latter, having been Now this old lady was :Mr. TomCraven's church mice." St
And staff are thine, They only wait thy Stephen's This programme insures -
1 call : satisfied with a meal, went sound godmother. And on the very Looking round the wretched room, a succession of exciting scenes in Par-

f Ah! no ; thy hand doth hold them fast. asleep. Tom watched his wife's busy cold, dull winter morning, of which I and shaking the three chairs, she chose liament. The new reform bill which )Ir.

i} Thv Himself God give thee. I fingers mending shabby clothes for have now to speak, she had risen from the least rickety, and sat down. Gladstone of 1884 proposes, will to also carry! doubtless during the excite:session -

:t -Annie J/ Libby in Boston Transcript. i awhile ; and then he, too, went to bed, her high-backed chair in front of the Pack up-=haven't got much to general interest in the United States as well

r n_ _' sharing her fervent hope that something bright steel fender at the sound of the pack that I can see. You must all as throughout the British empire. Vastly

1 r FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.: would turn up to-morrow." postman's knock, and advanced to come back with me to-night." the more discussion interesting to to take American place at readers will be
I When married clerk suddenly And so it came about that, when all meet the elderly servant who broughtin Tom Craven and his wife exchanged within the next few months over our own

a young were asleep, Clara sat on by the fire the letters on a silver salver. glances, and at last Tom deferentially reform bill. The Republican members of

..t 1 loses his situation in a provincial that still burned cheerily ; and after None from him," said the old lady,, ventured to speak : the present Congress are opposed to tariff
reform. The Democrats
t hank where reducing it is said
employers are are
,, t their hands it does not follow that eleven strokes had fallen slowly from when she was, alone again, turningover You see, dear godmother, we-we divided, the majority of them favoring, the
the big clock, and the restless roar of four letters eagerly in search of a need a few things to make us presentable minority opposing it. Which will get the
be had for the in
', work can asking hand? Will the
traffic was somewhat less in the. ever handwriting that,was not there. "Poorand at house.'' upper high-tariffDemocrats
and :Mr. Tom Craven your cooperate with the
I London Republicans to
found himself; still so busy streets, her hands lay idle in her proud, like his father. Well, I've Eh what ? My house is my own. the present absurd law ? Or will the maintain Democrats -

1 { seeking employment lap, and she blew out the candle to seen much folly in my time, but if he Come as you are.'' act together, and send a reform tariff

I many months after his savings had save its light for another time, and refuses my.offer, I question if there is The worst must be said then bill to the Senate, which the Senate will decline -
The to ?
dwindled down to a few pounds. pass Every step of the strugglen
turned such a sad face, such a companion idiot for such a man. "
of the young But-please excuse such a state of ; the Capitol at Washington will be watched
.J last resource young couple was troubled blue eyes, upon the flickering It was three weeks since she had matters, but-I've got no boots !I" with lively concern all over 'the country,

the sale of every available article of fire that it seemed hard, hard so younga written to Tom Craven, addressing her Miss Greybrook gasped, and stared and by the time Congress adjourns the public -
I value they possessed: and when my mind will be ripe for the opening of a
:Mrs. Craven life should be so old in sorrow. letters to the office of Brown & Co., by from one to the other. Presidential campaign which, it is safe! to

story opens young was on A sound of voices in the next room whom she thought he was still em Boots my godson without boots say, will exceed ;in warmth any of its prede-
sell last
the point of starting to the her hus-remaining roused her. There was a door of com ployed, and offering to overlook the Here, Clara--that's your name, I be- cessors since 1860. The meeting of the
valuable-namely, Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the
band's boots. munication between the two rooms, hideous mistake he had made in mar lieve-run out child, and buy all you 2d January, and the reassembling of the

children live said the which was of course locked, but which rying a penniless orphan girl, and to need for everybody ; and let us gets Baltimore City Council later in the same
The must made sounds easily heard. Clara knew devote a substantial sum to further ht out of this place I can't breathe.'' month, will prove also events of engrossing
young man, looking at two tiny figuresin interest. But supposing the existence of a
that their in life. On the
neighbor was an elderly prospects
the bed and all other clothes very Away ran poor Clara, holding the citizen concerned about none of these things
; my woman ; she had met her on the stairs that she was bewailing openly her god fat purse :Miss Greybrook pushed into still he will need to read The Sun for news

: are done for, so the boots are no use to sometimes, and she wondered who her son's pride, l pjc 4 J} secretly her own, our her hand, and all unconscious what of the thousand and one other events of
me. The'only trouble is that you visitor could be at such hour. friend Tom received to the interest that go so far to make up the cur-
an a reply
she carried in it. It felt so full how
have to take them Clara. rent history of the world. The period is
fhouBldut Tom can't, without Then the sound of frightened sobbingand letter he had sent to Brown & Co., ever, that she took a cab and she drove one of rapid movement, and the citizen who

S ", you go expostulation made her listen at- politely regretting that they could do first to a boot shop where she purchasedfor does not take a paper is sure to be left be-

c boots" I've! Tom. tentively, for she feared her neighborwas nothing further to help him, and in her husband, her children and her- hind.paper If, now a man is ever the means time, before to subscribe the actorson fora
slippers, replied
got will in trouble, and determined to closing Miss\ Greybrook's letter, which self. Then came a big overcoat for the world's stage luring the year 18S4

"Make\ haste, dear-no one see rouse her husband, if necessary. had been lying nearly three weeks at Tom, and wraps for the little ones- have taken their places and begun to play

: i, you in the dark. Not yet, Joe Oh, don't say you their office. and she told the cabman to drive home securing their parts.a reliable When it becomes a question which will ot
Resolved to keep" up, stoopedfor must go yet Clara, with the sadness of the last fast. She had paid for her purchases contain all the news newspaper, succinctly expressedand
; the boots. must turn
ft Something Mother, I've staid too long al night's struggle still upon her, ran with gold, and bank) notes crackled as fairly reported, the proper course to
up soon-perhaps you'll hear fromBrown down the pursue is plain : take The :fun
be after
: she said. ready. They'll me sharp, now rickety: at the soundof she closed: the purse.
& Co.
to-morrow" the reward's out Think of 50, the postman's, knock, and receivedthe Miss Greybrook) carried out her intention THE SUN,
Tom in i ia
Very likely, responded mother The men who tempted me,, letter for her husband. When she and bustled them all off to the Published daily except Sunday.
& Co.
desponding tone. and Brown he had written were and got the jewels, would round on arrived, breathless at the top floor station.: The children slept all thee THE PAPER OF TIlE PEOPLE
his late
employers, "
S me and get the reward. again, she watched his face as h in a comfortable first-class car- --

.5 !, to them asking if they could possibly This was it, then But one slight opened it.rrhe few polite lines from riage.way It was 11 o'clock when they Terms of :Subscription by Mail, Invariably
take him back-with faint hopes of Cash in advance-Postage Free
0, wooden door stood between Clara and the business men fell unread to the drove up to the door of the old lady's :

success. the thief she had wished she could ground, while the envelope they en house, and she grimly counted five One year...........$6.00 One .:\Ionth..... Ctn.t
Quickly the boots were put into an find. Only to step round the corner. closed was torn eagerly open. Clara heads in nightcaps thrust out into the Six Months....... 3.00 I Three WeeksJ 8 Cts.
old leather bag, and :Mrs. .Craven Four Months.... 2.00 Two Weeks..25? .
There she looked :
knew the his
was police station over shoulders and read
air from her I
night neighbors'windows, Three Months....
: dressed herself in a shabby waterproof 1.50 One Week......13 Cb!
and, for the news she brought them too, and then with one glance at the among them the Rector's with a flannel Two Months..... 1.00 I
and bonnet and covered face with
: thick veil. Then she down the a she would get 50 She clasped her renewed light and vigor in his worn, rolled round as extra protection. SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cts.
i crept hands tight, and sat perfectly still all 1 anxious face, she relinquished her role
old stairs and out into the Inside the house all was done in the THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.
the time knowing that second of bravery, and cried out the
.. with heart and every miseryof right way as soon as the word was
:; narrow street a heavy lessoned her chance months in his A
of securing the arms. Bobby walked given. Newspaper Giving Week's Events in

I! eyes into which the tears Westminster would come. living piece of property valued at 50. and Bertie crawled to the scene of My\ godson, his wife and children Compact Shape.
It of those
"( ,', streets was which one close to the dwell L I In her present straits, 50 seemed a action, and seeing their mother in tears, have come to live with me. Light $1.00 BALTIMORE-WEEKLY- SUN. $1.W>
are so
fortune to her. No one who had not l lent a shrill aid to the chorus. Uponwhich large fires in the two best rooms and
: of the and and
: ings great, yet dirty TERMS
-Invariably Cash in Advance
gone through a similar experience can they were kissed, blessed and
!'; disreputable themselves. The respectable know what that cried till get supper.5' Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United
ever temptation wasto over they thought the world States and Canada.
there had all 1
: persons dwelling Mrs. Craven. As she sat, her (represented to them by their fatherand .-

: : : been reduced to the depths of poverty. strained: ears caught the mother's voice mother) had gone mad. Whenpartial III. ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE 1 IO NTIIS.:
The other inhabitants were chiefly remarkable
again. calmness had returned Tom
Three have Tom 1884.
i for their varied vices. years past. was Premium Copies 1884.
Gusts of wind made the street I'll not keep you, though my heartis spoke joyously : flourishing in a large firm in a seaport to Getters Up of Clubs
shadows lamps breaking. My bonny boy come to Now, wife, sell something of your town, where his godmother's For the "Baltimore Weekly Sun
flicker and money

.' i, ;' Clara Craven sped strange on towards the as this Oh, God, most merciful" savehim small store, and send a"telegram from had bought him a partnership. It was Five Copies...........-............................$ 5.0>
from a felon's doom me to the dear old girl. With :
where "let-off" only a short daily railway journey to an extra Copy of the Weekly
1 :' '# shop clothing was :Mother, pray for me. If I Tom !I" cried Clara, laughing his work and his Sun one year.

purchased. She paused a few doorsoff .' I vow to lead an honest life and escape makea through her tears, "how disrespectful mates of,Miss Greybrook's family were house.still One in TEN With COPIES................................... 10.00
let theirway an extra of the
to some persons go on copy Weekly:
home for !
you. It has not been my day Clara accompanied her husbandto Sun one year, and one copy of the
{ for she ashamed of her
was sorely fault. Pray God to forgive and help But the telegram was sent and this town and before Daily Sun three months.
t h errand ; and as she stood thus her eyes brought in solemn wonderment to Miss seaport ; taking FIFTEEN COPIES........................... 15.00
I ; fell on a placard that was fixed under me.Clara's leave of him at his office door, and With an extra copy of the Weekly
grasp of her hands relaxed. Greybrook before 10 o'clock by the proceeding to make the purchase which Sun one year, and one of theDaily
the of the wall of copy
light a lamp on a
r .: police Then, with white face and sorrowfuleyes posmaster himself. When once she was her ostensible for Sun nine months.

":, "station.50 Reward." she stood up and looked at her had the opened paper in front of her her bonnie face and reason fresh winter bringing cos THIRTY With an COPIES extra ..... .of.....the........ _...... 30.00

,, ", '. Fifty pounds? How nice to get two tiny sleeping boys. Then on her eyes, and devoured the informationthat tume through the grimy streets, she Sun and one copy copy of the Daily Weekly Sun
': knees she fell, and stayed in earnest her godson was in London and one
waited while he year.
,1 went in for book he
.: it thought Mrs. Craven, and then I
; until she heard the desirous of her
i prayer seeing immediately she
stealthy wanted her to
t she took another look to see if the change. Getters up of Clubs will find the above
foot'steps down the stairs andthe gave orders for a fly to be in readinessto
creep While she outside
was standing
coast was clear for the business she had
." front door closed ; and then she catch the next up-train, and that great crowds of respectable-look terms the most liberal that can be offered bya
in hand. Two poor
more people were com
stole to the window of her darkenedroom her fur traveling cloak and boots
Back went her to the placard ing people came in and passed on to a First-Class Journal.
o eyes Family
and looking out into the should be put to the fire
: and she read that this reward was offered lamp- immediately, great room beyond. She was told they
., :. :" .' to who would give lit street, watched a quick walking fig In the anxiety that all the domesticsfelt were emigrants just about to start for SINGLE COPIES by mail..3 G'IS. ,
I'" any person ure in an old country woman's cloak to take a share in the general excitement New Zealand. She watched -
.such information would lead the
The safest
as method of transmitting
.,... conviction of the perpetrator of a daring with a deep cape,and a large poke :Miss Greybrook's cloak l with kindly interest as young

1;,' '. jewel bonnet, such as her old neighbor always threatened to be torn in pieces, and and old passed by, and presently a by mail is by check, draft or post-office
: robbery.'I wore ; and she knew that the when wanted one fur boot found
was woman who seemed old
to be
,; I ,.;. \Vish I could catch the thief!1" thinking money order.
1 young man had escaped in his mother'sclothes. warming in front of the kitchen fire, of such a journey her
l aid Clara to herself half dropped -
[ :. laughing, the purse
i to half sadly ; and when she looked again other reposing on the sheepskinrug just i in front of Clara, who stooped to Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers.
It beside the SDK IRON BUILDING,
pick it In
: towards the wardrobe shop she saw .. fender. up. returning it she saw Baltimore, )Id.
b :: she migh venture in. After hearing II. However, vouchsafing never what made her stop the woman and
1'1' a word of explanation, but, happily for eagerly question her. Yes it her 1,000,000 JBrcfcor. Sale,
J her husband's boots depreciated in One of the most old-fashioned housesin the was
sanity of those she left behind At the Brick
fellow-lodger in Westminster lowest cash price. Size of
J. .' '; "J every possible manner, she timidlyac- an old countrv town was Miss dropping thetelegram in the hall as :J and with a face of quiet happiness street she, 2ix4x8 46-4m inches. C. C. STRATTOX Macon& Co., Ga.,




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T//U' ;''ir- TO l'L..IN7' CO I'-1'1.4S'1:: The attention of our readers is respectfullycalled I Johnson Simon Johnson his x mark, Louis I I GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. MUGS,. MEDICINES ETC. -
the advertisement in another Johnson John '
of the \' fo his x mark, Jones his x : _
A correspondent I.column,of D, M.Ferry &; Co.Detroit Mich., mark, Marshall Jenkins his x mark Henry -c -- "-

pse. and Mountaineer writes as follows to I the celebrated seedsmen. They do the Keyser his x mark, P W 0 Koerner, acoh .A.DLISI-.IED 187 .

that paper: largest business in their line in the United Klarer. Julius Klotz, Daniel King his x s WH LB ALE AND ETAILI

informed that Mr. Writ Watkinssl'ul : States ; raise the bulk of their seed on their mark, Frederick Kruse, Berry Kennedy

W a are snccL farmer) made a fair crop own farms, by the most approved methods-, x mark Daniel Kelly, Win Knab his x O DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY
,Who I is a upland l last year, notwithstanding and have obtained a world-wide reputationfor mark, Thomas Keyst-r his x mark, John

o r l pea on We all know that peas sownonVnSftn I the quality and variety of the seed they King his x mark,"Win King his x mark, P j'
flelcb. after harvesting, is the put upon the market, and their integrity in Owen Kelly Henry Knabb Plato King hisx O -. ;.:, ; 0f

Sit and. best way to improve land, but filling all orders: entrusted to them. Their mark, Joseph King. Sable Keyser his x ) .. :! p1- ..: & CO.
clle.l Ut profitable way. planting peas beautiful Seed Annual fur 1884, scent free to mark Hansel Keith: his x mark, i >ri ,
harvesting 1 the grain) is not so well all who apply for it, will be found of practi- Alfred Lucas Owen Love his x mark, 1"i I i tP
after call value to all who desire to purchase seeds Wm Lizzemore his x mark, Carl L Lange, -: -

known is to sow broadcast from I true to name. A \V Lohman. Lawrence Lang his x mark i = :
usual way A. B. 2TOYES I : PHARMACISTS
The two bushels to the acre, and plough J W Latham, J F Lohman, Samuel Lizze- 3c i! O | J

Otlne to That system involves an outlay Wood, nrood.Hn'ing more his x mark, Levi Leggins, Edward _
in : I iC
lot less $3 acre, and while I itmakes : Latimore his x mark, Samuel Lovetouse hisx
than per recently established a WoodYardnear -DEALER IN- i i Ntt .
o of vine to enrich the land mark, Jos Longwood his x mark, James Centre
a good crop} Dur)' e's mill, provided with all the 001 Street
: season, rarely I makes peas enough I for and Love, Myers Lizzemore his x mark, James I I
a good h the gathering.The necessary machinery sawing splittingFIREWOOD Long his x mark, J S Lee, Fred B Lewis, F Family Supplies

to nay for adopted and successfully practiced C Latham G A Latham, Thos Lang his x I II FERXANDIXA, FLORIDA.

I plan Mr. Watkins commends itself for itsoconotuv mark, Jos Ligeour, Washington Little hisx CDP

by and for its certain success. It is I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, mark, James Lang, Jr, his x mark James HEAVY GROCERIES, iI ji j KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
\'ii' When the small gram is reapedand sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fire- Lawson his x mark, Ephraim Latham his x I i of FRESH and PURE FOR-

shocked in the field, three feet apart, place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. mark. James 1..0Jr, his x mark, Seek I f fI fl + EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs
feet at the rate of A. ELLERMANN.TO Mitchael his x mark, Augustus Mosley hisx
drop l bushel the I peas to two:six acres,apart and cover with twofurrows mark. John McDermott 0 B Murray, 0, Chemicals
run off the furrows with a shovel THE James McKay his x mark, Burrcl McNeal, i o I
: well break Henry Muller, Warren Mason Ben Mitchael :
Sow the peas are up
tiie middle When with a broad sho 'el1th one Board of County Commissioners, his x mark. Elias McFarland, Gustave ;J'2J'- SHIP STORES i| Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines,
nut : David Moody 'his mark Charles i
are too thick in Minkley, x 'M'
furrow, If with the plants the hoc, but if carefullydropped spots I Nassau County, State of Florida.RESPECTFULLY .. Muller, James McDuffy: his x mark Ed- !;: .M

chop out will not be too thick in spots. ward Mordicai', Chas McRori his x mark, Furniture, P Proprietary ml ml Fancy Goods,
l l lIt they this not July Mitchael his x mark, Aaron McCall hisx H
that by system only
is a fait and richness in! mineral ASK TO DE GRAXTed mark, Peter McCall his x mark, J T Stoves FINE TOILET ARTICLES,

will more be vine produced, but! as a necessary I a license for the sale of Ales, Wines Mitchall his x mark, J H Mooney, Isaiah :
manure and in the of Morrison his x mark, James Mooney, Edwards .00
the vine will be better fruited, Liquors City Fernandina, and k PERFUMERY
consequence:', \ Paints | ? SOAPS, ETC.,.
that the vigorous root enclose herewith the signatures of a majorityof McC'rav, Robert McDonald, Robert ,
fur the simple and reason spreads wider to bring! up the registered voters! of this Precinct, as Miller his x mark Win Martin J W O rockery i I .

strikes deeper and phosphoric aCl.d to make the required by law. Mooney, R Manucy, Jas Morris his oX mark, iy. IN GREAT VARIETY.
the potash J E Madden, Daniel :Mitchael his x mark, !
and other mineral manure Hardware,
The potash 00
fruit R A Mc t'an. Jacob Miller his x mark A
in the subsoil is necessary for the growthand W F Marshall, Obed McDonald his x mark, -< I.Villow.1Vare.1 GP _
perfection of ah pod-plants. Hencewe the undersigned, voters! of Election Henry Martin his x mark Stephen McGinn \ 33 Physicians' Prescriptionscarefully
legmnines or what are commonly Precinct 1 in Nassau
find that County, respectfully
his G L Martin Peter Miller
mark. his
x x ""'" compounded with Drugs at
called pod-plants, have long tap request that the above petition be granted. mark, CV Morgan, Jonas McCall his x (I"-' pure ,

roots. This being an established fact, it is Moses Armstrong his x mark, Dempsey mark, Frank Me Donald his x mark, Renal- o I I rre reasonable prices.

easy to understand that the vines should Alexander his x mark, John Amen, The do McDonald his x mark Allen Mitchel hisx M( !
never be turned under before the fruit or dosius Acosta, Mingo Anderson his x mark, mark, Isiah McCall his x mark. James .I O c.., ,,' ,;- 0":;" =
pod is formed. Not only is this true, but it John Alberti his mark Geo Anderson I
x ll Waters, Chas Mann, Alonzo B Noyes P
is also true that these mineral'manures, David Alverson, Antonio Armentero, Jas Chas A Noyes, Geo Normann his x mark, ,

brought up) by the tap-root to make the Annette, Cupid Armstrong his x mark, Manuel Nattiel his x mark, Eddie :Noyes, J Ij t

fruit, are not volatile, and will not escapein Amos Atkinson his x mark, Richard Austin, Lewis Napoleon his x mark, J H Newton, j

the air, but will lie on the surface in the Merrick Alberti his x mark, Cupid Armstrong Z Nikola, Chas Newman Richard Nelson ricel I Low &1 t e Lowe at F. k
accumulate humus and fur- .
rotted vine, !and his x mark, Jas Albert his x mark, his x mark, Simon Owen his x mark, Jas T I'

nish food for the next crop more certainlythan Henry Allen his x mark, Geo Avery his x O'Neil, Samuel Pinkney his x mark, An- fn\t KENDALCS ,
if the green vine is turned under the mark Jos P Adams Alfred Alberti his s
x drew Perry his x mark, Isaac Pino his x B. NOYES \)0\ '
pour clay. I mark, Jas Avery his x mark,Jos Blake, Geo mark, W II Pope. Henry Peterson Joe A .SPAVI\ICURE =_ I
Deep ploughing; is essential to a permanent Bryant, Peter Blue his x mark, Wm Birt Proctor his x mark, Chas E Perdy, David (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), -= -,.- .;. -'-

improvement of the land, because it lets in his x mark, Jack Benton, Thos B Bellowshis Proctor, Louis Paplio his x mark, Emanuel Wholesale and Retail Dealer, in
the air charged with ammonia, but to cover x mark. Prince Brooks, Jas Bell, Roderick Peppeno his x mark, Amos Roberson his x THE MOST SUCCESSFUL :REMEDY '

deep under the poor clay the rich surfacesoil Baker his x mark, A J Braswell, Henry mark, Richard Roberts, Lewis Robertson hisx GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, discovered, as it is certain in its-
full of the mineral and vegetable Bell, Robt Brown his x mark, And w Brown mark, Tony Riley his x mark Albert effects and does: not blister. READ PROOF .
manure, is to undo what nature and tap- his x mark, C S Busbee, Sam Brown his x Reynolds his x mark, Eddie Reynolds, Geo CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, BELOW

roots have been trying to do for the farmer. mark, Win Blue Sr his x mark, John Ben- Robinson, Edwards Rodgers his x mark, Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near

- jamin, Sam Brown, Henry Barker, V R Cam Robinson his x mark. B J Rich, Steamboat Landing, Saved Him $1,800.00.
CONCEALED TREASURE. Bristol, Ed Bayley his x mark, Robt Butler Richard Peddick his x mark, J C Rutishauser -

The latest suggestion as to the whereabouts his x mark, Newton Bradley his x mark, Nicholas Robinson his x mark, Ben FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ADAMS, N. Y., January 30, 1882.

of all the diamonds recently stolen in Peter Bonaud, Geo Bell, Dan Baxter his x Redding, Paplo Roders, J Rikart, George Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: I f
mark. Jos Baker his x mark, Fred Baker hisx his mark Ambrose Robinson his Evans.
England is full of romance. For more than Riley x x Special rates for Merchandise in GENTs-Having used a good deal of yourKendall's
mark, II C Bradford, John Brown his x marie Bristo Robinson his mark Walter
generation it has been known that the x large quantities. Spavin Cure with great success I
Gypsies one somewhere in the New mark, Caesar Baker his x mark. Jos Bowls Roberts his x mark, Louis Spaulding his x Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Company thought I would let you know what it has
possess his x mark Henry Baird, Jake Baker his x mark IIT Smith his Samuel '
Forest, a cache, as the red Indians call the x mark s CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
where they conceal their store of win mark, Wm Blue Jr his mark, Henry Baker Savage his x mark. May Small his x mark best in the world. colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
place his x mark, Chas Baker his x mark, Wm B Parish Simmons his hisx
ter food but this cache is said to be far x mark Sandy Sye Agent for B.p. AVERY'S CELEBRATED When I was breaking him he kicked over ;
Bell, John Barr. \Vm Blue Jr his x mark, mark John W Smith Sr his mark Ar-
more than a mere hole for hiding baggage.It x PLO\VS. the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
i is a long subterranean leading to April Bonaparte his x mark, Abner Blake thur Steil, Charles II Saunders Henry Local Agent for BANK: OF JACKSON hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
passage his x mark, Thos Blake his x mark, Dread Smith January Sams Henry Scott Win P VILLE.
the sea. The entrance is known only to the i 33 farriers but they all said he was spoiled.
members of one single tribe, of whom Benton his x mark, Geo Clinch his x mark, Streety, Dork Scott his x'r1iark. Geo Sopsion : He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
Roman Cribb his x mark Warren Commo- his Wm S C Svenkerud
reside entirely within its recesses. The x mark Sharp, used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
place is regarded as a sanctuary, to which dore his x mark, Geo H Clay his x mark, Jordan Smith, Stephen Stewart his x mark, Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off: and
Paul Capalia his x mark, Wm Cooper his x James Stewart his mark Daniel Smith hisx
: be obtained for Gypsy under x he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
may any mark, Lewis Cooper, Santiago Carrio Wm mark his mark Isaac
the ban of the law, and if a Gypsy can once Henry x used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit r
F Courter. Henry Commodore his x mark, his mark W H Snead John
reach the place he tarry until nothing Sharkley x I has always cured completely and left the-
may Alfred Collins his x mark, W J Crim, Chat- Smith his x mark Henry Stewart, Henry leg smooth.
further is heard" concerning it. He is
gen- ham Clinch his mark, Ephram Coleman Samuels his x mark, James Smith his x It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I ,
the shore
erally assisted i to to sea
escape his x mark, Summersault Cooper his mark, mark. Thos Sims his mark W F V Scott
when he abroad for a time, to return x have recommended it to a good many and I
goes Jos Cook his x mark, Lee Cothron his x Wm his mark Thos Columbus hisx
again and commence anew. It is believedby Taylor x they all say it does the work I was in With-
mark, Wm H Courter, Henry Clay, his x mark Abraham Tremmins his mark
some of the shrewdest of the police authorities x erington Kneeland's drug store in Adams,
that this cache is a sanctuary for mark Freeman Copeland his x mark, Robt Richard Thomas his x mark, Benjamin Will be mailed CDCCtO all applicants and to the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou
stolen in which the produce of Cunningham his x mark, R W Colweli hisx Thomas, Benjamin Talbot his x mark, Ly- r>."-tomers of last RCC year without orderins it. sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
goods manyof mark, Jas Culpepper his x mark, Samuel mus Thomas his x mark, Roman Tracy hisx lior.lams illustrations, prices, descriptions and not; thev said if I would write to you that
the recent diamond robberies has been
and Flower
Cribb his x mark, John Clauser, John Crandall mark. Wm Thomas his mark Isaac Ti- directions for planting all Vegetable '
x would send me I wish ,
Iiwaltialile you one. you would
5>secreted and from thence put on board of Seeds. Plants, etc.
vessels for America, Russia or Holland.OIL Chas Cooper his x mark, John S Clark, son his x mark, Jeremiah Thomas his x DETROIT, and I will do you all the good I can.
Chas Comte, Jas Drummond, Romeo Dene- mark, Jesse Tines his x mark, Nicholas Fos- FERRY & 11Iich.TIIE Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN. ,
gal, John Douglas, Geo DeMott his x mark, terin his x mark, Moses J Taylor, II M Tison _
ox TROUBLED ATERS.-Some experiments Matthew Downey, Edward E Dukehart, his x mark, Lohman Thomlinson his x NEW STORE.-' &

with oil upon stormy water were recently Cornelius Donovan, Gilbert Dorsey his x mark, Simon Valentine his x mark, Sam Kendall's Cure.

conducted at Folkestone by Mr. mark, Geo Dorsey his x niark S L Dennette, Vickery his x mark! 0 J Van :Nostrand, :s .j W. F. WOOD, Jr., I- SC Spavin {
Shields, of Perth. To cpmplete the pro- Andrew Dover, his x mark, Wallace Daw- Thomas Wilkerson his x mark. Lawrence
jector's apparatus a line of pipes had to be kins his x mark, Roderick Douglass, DanielS Wilson his x mark, Louis Watson his x ON HUMAN LESII.

laid on the west side of the railway pier, anda Delaney, Latimore Edwards his x mark, mark, Curtis Williams his x mark, Samuel > Proprietor, }- EJC VEVAY, JXD., August 12, 1881.

large steam crane barge had to be moved Chas W Estes, Julius Evans, Frank Emerson Walker, John Washington his x mrrk, Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:

from the harbor round the end of the pier his x mark, W R Ellis, J A Ellcrmann, Stephen Write his x mark, Daniel Williams GENTS-Sample of circulars received today -
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through a nasty sea raised by an east wind Van Ellison his x mark, Alik Foreman hisx his x mark, R Williams, James Williams, Please send me some with my imprint,

against the flood tide. Fears were enter mark, Carey E Freeman, Stephen Finlay, Henry Walker his x mark Dudley Williamshis printed on one side only. The Kendall's:

tained that it would be dangerous to venture Geo Fogarty his x mark, Michael Fitzpat- x mark, Frank Williams his x mark. :IIAND : Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
across! the East Bay with the barge, but the rick, Benj Fuller his x mark, Freeman Fer- Frank Weber his x mark Isaac White his x and not only for animals but for human 1

difficulty was soon"solved by trying what ril his x mark, Boston Floyd his x mark, mark, Chas J Wcstberg, James Williams, ailments also. :Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
the oil could do as applied by that portion Peter V Frank, John Feldcr his x mark, Soipio Williams his x mark B F Waas Ho S S leading farmers in our county, sprained an

of the apparatus already completed. Accordingly John Finlay his x mark Henry Franklin, garth Williams his x mark )Iern'k'il- ankle badly, and knowing the value of tilt

l a few gallons of oil were pumped John Freeman" Paul Funke, Robert Fitz. liams, Wm Wilson, Geo Williams', Daniel remedy for horses,tried it on himself and it
through the and in few minutes gerald his x mark, David Freeman his x Williams Williams hisx S S !
; apparatus, a his x mark, Henry did far better than he had expected; cured; j
the effects were marvellous. The whole mark J W Flynn, Frank Foster his x mark, mark Tony \V'lchis x mark, John the sprain in very short order. i

bay was soon as calm as a lake, and remained Carl Frank, Henry Fletcher his x mark, Wells his x mark,'Benjamin Wright his x Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.
so for more than an hour after the Butler Francis Sr his x mark, Butler Francis mark, Wishard, Rums Walker his x arC II
Price $1 bottle G bottles for $;). All
oil was applied. The barge with the appa- Jr his x mark, Thos Fitzpatrick his x mark, mark, Alfred Wans, George Wilkerson, per or
druggists have it or can it for or it
ratus on board was taken across with perfect Benj Germain his x mark, Sidney Griffin his Thomas Williams his x mark, Adam Williams. > will be sent to address of
:: on receipt
case, and the operations completed most mark, John Gardner Israel Grant his x Sam Wright his x mark, Ben Widea any
price by the Proprietors, DH. 15. J. KENDALL
satisfactorily. The experiment which is to mark, Adam Gibbs, W E Gray. Stepney wake his x mark, Joseph Wilkinson, Henry
take place on the occasion of the first gale Green his x mark, Albert Glaiber, W J God- Wells, Win Wright his x mark, Louis Williams {{ Fernandina, }. E:; Send &for CO.Illustrated. Enosburpli Circular.:Falls, Vt.

will, it is believed, prove that oil scientifically frey, Chas Grant his x mark, Jas Green hisx his x mark. Gale Williams his x mark,

: applied will make Folkestone Harbor mark, Jos Gibbs his x mark, Fred Gibsonhis Chas Williams his x mark, Willis Water, Centre & hir d. Sold by all Druggists.
B { Cor. }- S
absolutely safe of entrance or egress in the x mark, John Glizer his x mark. Henry his x mark, Abraham Walker his x mark,
severest storms. Gage. ItT II Godfrey, Peter Hen erson his Ned Williams his x mark. Toby Williams:
mark Matthew Hawkins his mark Geo mark Wab- ;::1THE NEW STOltE- '
-- -- x x his x mark, J \Whitens his x ,
Ol"T1I AFRICAN DIAMONDS. The : Henderson hix mark, Willis Hall his x mark hisx PATENTMUNN
produce Washington his x July Young -- -- -- .
of these mines is simply enormous. One C II Huot, Thos Hubbard, Frank Holzen mark, Levy Young, Obcd Young his x STOVES: TIN WARE, ETC

gentleman's claims cleared him in two dorf his x mark, John Haas, Henry Holzen- mark, Adam Young, Samuel Young his x ---- -------- --- -, ------ & CO.,of the SCIENTIFIC AlfImr.f'1: -
Years23,000.: The "New Rush" mine i dorf Jr his x mark, Wm Hawkins his x mark. W. P. STREETY, tinuotoact us Solicitors for Patents, <;.ivt.:.!_-.'JV.tii?
yields $15,000 a day. From "Kimberly," mark, Jacob Harris his x mark, F A Hardy, Marks Copyrights for the Unit sl Statt".,,Ca' v.-rtff". ..
the .
We the undersigned: certify that all England, }France Germany etc. II:::'l 1: :1. ."'
, alone one year's cxpressage amounted to 773i Henry Hooper his x mark, Green Hender above names were signed i in our Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, Patents sent free. Thirty-.von 3'. '-." -.,. :.. IT-
I I Ihllll i),l> iu weight value, $7,702,950.;: The son his x mark, Moses Hunter his x mark, presence. Patents obtained thrru .hIUNN .; c.\.'., ,:I ;. :, .IIntheSCIESTIvICA
'!uahty secmsalso to improve. Mr. Strecter, John Harget his x mark, Thos Headen his x GUSTAVE MINKLEY, most widely circulated scientific pa:)ci'. lj.; .;=;>*.-:r-
If i-omloM! has mounted twin drops"' from mark, Henry Marker his x mark. Allen F. K. KRUSE, = Weekly. Splendid: enjmivinj.-3 a: d inr- ,. .,c i 51-
formation. Specimen copy of tho f+cirnlr'c.t2icansentfree. rr"
the Vaal river, which experts have pro- Harker his i. mark, :Moses Hooper Jr his x WILLIAM WILSON, '-, == Addrpss MIJNN ft CO.. t-- .:..._ .. :::
") uuvd identical in quality with the lost mark, Henry Holzendorf Sr his x mark, C. BAKER, r? ,-ny ,r rr'r' AMERICAN Office 201 Broadway, New Yor;;.
heist: Indian. Thos Holzemlorf his x mark, Henry Hart JULIUS KLOTZ,

his x mark, Robt Hanlcy his x mark, Wm G. A. LATHAM, I)ATEP 'i'S obtained for new invention

Iorn( PAPER.-The Quartermastcr-Gen- J Hanley, Henry Ilobein, Henry Harley, S P. C. LATHAM, _|_ --- or for improvements in old
'ral's Department of the United States A Hayes, Alfred Hampton his x mark Henry .T. W. LATHAM. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand : .
HaVker Harrison his mark Geo
.Army having tried every known specific Daniel x THOI.SVILKERSOX.. all patent business promptly attendedto.
Hill his -mark Shade Hayes his x mark,
against the x THAT HAVE BEEN
ravages of moths, which have INVENTIONS:
'-t' hundreds of thousands of dollars bv the W II Hannahan. Jos Higgins, Cyrus How STATE OF FLORIDA, 1 REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
Hazelton Jas Hutcher-
'le his
x ,
traction of army clothing, believe that COUNTY ...YASSAU.J ented by us. Being opposite 'the U. S.1'.1t-
mark Jefferson Harris his mark
they son his x x ,
at last found efficient remedy Office and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -
an ent
i11 .. '' : R \\' C Ilummings, Wm Jones his x mark, Ou this day |personally appeared before t
'lrhnlized and if this be ,, EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
naper" so el'lJ
; ,' Solomon Jackson his x mark, Louis Jenkins me, A. Glaiber, to me well known, who,
: 1. : l I II better than follow our old friend, ents in less time than those who are leraotfr .
I .::':.11:1: ('titters advice, viz : u ,'hen found his x mark, Henry Johnson his x mark. Edward being duly sworn, deposeth and says, that q from Washington.When :
-makt' a note of! Johnson Jiis x mark, Allen Johnsonhis each and every name and mark affixed to Inventors send model or> sketch." ,

x mark, Aswell Joemen, Lewis Joseph, the above petition'was the act and deed of make search in tbe! Patent Office, and .
1 -- Parish:" Johnson, :Ned Jones his x mark the party purporting to have :signed the
advise as to its pltentubitity free charge; ,
.luabtc Orange Lauds for Sale Rufus Johnson, Morris Jon es. Jacob Jenkinshis same, and that said signatures were signedin fees .
HEATERS RANGERS.TIN : confidential &Stm.
STOVES Correspondence
.r"Itts: his, mark of l least two creditable ,
Johnson the
containing twenty acres each of x mark, Stepney x ; presence able and SO CHARGE UNLESS :PATENT '
1.1 hvi. \' '. high; hammock lamfon Orange Lake Harry Joseph his x mark, Robert Jones witnesses, and that there was no fraud, bribery AND SIIEETIROX.AUE ; IS OBTAINED. ." '
''table I fur murk. R Jackson. Edgar Johnsonhis deception in procuring said signatures i ,
orange growing and truck farming -. his x or We refer by permission to the City Postmaster :
} are uow offered for sale. These lands x mark, :Marshall Irons his x murk, Edward or marks of said persons whose names: ROOFING AND GUTTERING: and to the Superintendent of tfee t
ratio )' conveniently situated for transpor- Jones, Daniel Johnson his x mark, appear signed! to the above petition. Division"eJi-
Post-Olfice :!oncOrder
t S "V b y *water or rail, and will be sold: on harry Jones, Wm Joseph his x mark. David A. GL.\IBEH PUMPS, DRIVEN .WELLS, ETC For\ special references cirell1artv r-
suit! chasers. Titles are urm ues- Joseph, his: x mark,Simon Johnson Jr his x Subscribed and sworn to before me, the ington.
tiuaable.: -Us0 valuable timber lands q in 'nark J'V Jones his x mark.JJohnson Ins x '18th day of February A. IX, 18S4. A-large stock Stoves on hand. Give me cP., terms. .,".etc., address C. A. SNOW' : &' CO.

iarrc; FebrOIUe5.1 I G. R. FAIRBANKS: mark', Chas Jones his x mark, \VJ Jones his GEO. ,'\". SCIIUYLER. 1'\ call, and compare my prices with those of Oft1"P.V gbinrtQA'I>,O'2tTHE

10,1882. Fernandina Fla. x mark, John Jackson his x mark Hardy Justice of the Pence.: houses, here or elsewhere. Opp.P:1tent

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THE FLORIDA] H.O 1 ii.. It is not claimed that: in any instance DOUBLE'TAX 110:1. than that it is retroactive. If the assessment NEW -=-

1 the; result has been to stop the"sale and I j We referred: in our'last issue'to the i is Mich as the Legislature could have authorized ADVERTISEMENTS.
I' GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. at (the time," in the event the city
the use of intoxicating. I liquors but its rdouble taxation imposed by our revenue had then the.po\\'l'r\ to l levy:it, it can legalizeit
: al,scrlption, 82 per year; six months, SI. for future action by the pity under the I
", claimed that intemperance has been law upon moneys at interest, and newly granted power. t
J' Office Corner Centre and First; streets,second floor. 3. The Legislature does not by such act
greatly diminished, that crime has decreased mortgaged property, and placed 'the
directly levy the tax. The whole machinery t
RATES OF ADVERTL IXG. and that society has been fact of such double taxation beyond a for its assessment and collection is'put in
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for the
operation by city, the original
l urgely benefited. It is admitted that question. except
subsequent insertion. I power to collect such tax, and this is simplyan wcicyrRavAt.
Special local notices, 15 cents' a line. in large cities the total suppression of There is, however, a plausible ex- assessment: and collection of a tax by the .e KMAawou
t'each Heading notices,25 cents a line. city, which tax i is authorized by the Legis- BSDrUiELYptlAea
Intemperance has been found ception taken to the of
impossible releasing
Special rate for time advertisements upon nppli lature: Quere, Whether the Legislature can
ration at the office.Communications. but it is argued that this does moneys at interest from assessment. It directly assess levy and collect a tax of this
i character. (Section 6, Article XII, of the
i upon all matters of local interest not lessen the desirableness of suppression is said that a party who has real estateor Constitution construed so far as it relate to 3
t solicited from all parts of the county and from
r .silong the lines of Florida railways.All as far as possible. At.another. personal property, such as' horses, ,this Judgment legislation.and) -order reversed and petition ryii

communications Intended for publication.should time we will review the legislation in carriages, furniture, etc., is taxed, and dismissed.
be addressed to the Editor all business
; A. L. A very and A. M. A very vs. The Cityof
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. our own State on this subject. that a party who has loaned out his Pensacola and John B. Walton, as

.- -,_ __, _"H_._ __ money on bonds and mortgages oughtto City Tax Collector of said city-Escambia
SATURDAY, JIARC111,1884. county. J. C. Avery, for Appellant}; ; W.
TIll GREAT CYCLOXE. pay his part of the public burden. A. Blount, appellees. [Decree affirmedfor

: TIlE" TEMPER t."OE QUESTION. The great storm, which occurred on We readily admit that all property Jacksonville reasons stated vs." in Basnett the case et lcl.of] the Cityof

This question is one which is pure- the 19th, extended over six States, and should be assessed, and bear its equal 4KIJ4GPOWDER
Martin H. Sullivan vs. John Walton, Tax
: 1 ly a moral and a social question, and was more destructive to both life and and just proportion of taxation, but Collector of the City ofPl'llsacolaEscambia -

ought not to become a party question property than any other cyclone heretofore our.. contention is, that under our WESTCOTT.county.j. :

It cannot, however, ; be ignored,as a experienced. '. 'j f" present law, or the construction put 1. Under the law municipal corporationsin
this State
-.: abject of legislation. The evils occasioned The Atlanta Constitution publisheda upbn it, a great deal of property bears vote of the electors they are to issue authorized bonds to upon meet a

; by an intemperate use of intoxicating chart showing the path of the cyclone more than its just and equal share, purpose.municipal The expenses statutes or for require any municipal that the

' : liquors are too general, too which appears to have startedin and is in fact doubly taxed-first in amount to be issued, as well as the issuingof Absolutely Pure.

.. Alabama, southeast of Montgomery the hands of the such bonds, shall be thus submitted to
and then
injurious to society and to individuals mortgagor the electors and in the event a required POWDER never varies. A marvel

to be undervalued as a subject of leg- below Eufala, and divided below Col in the hands of. the mortgagee-once majority is given makes it the duty of the THIS purity,strength and wholesomeness

umbus, Ga., the left branch passingnear in the hands of the borrower and City Council to assess and collect such taxes More economical than the ordinary kinds.
islation. The next legislature, to assemble once from the citizens as is necessary for the and cannot be sold in competition with the

.. on the 1st Monday in January Montgomery, thence northwest in the hands of the lender. payment of the interest as well as for the multitude of low test,short weight, alum or
final payment of the bonds. The tax so directed phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
1885, will be appealed to for further erly near, Birmingham, then changedits This subject has attracted attentionin to be levied is not a special tax," ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,

direction to Rome and passed north- within the meaning of Chapter 3313, Laws 33 106 Wall Street, New York.
It is therefore other States and
t legislation.
a proper a: proper adjustment of 1881.

'.time now to discuss what legislation is easterly above Marietta into South has been attempted in'order to 2. There are outstanding bonds of a city
which the city desires to compromise by an Professional and Business Cards.E. .
desirable and what legislation is prac- Carolina. The easterly branch passed avoid this double taxation. In 1882 issue of new bonds to take up the outstand-

through Columbus Macon and betweenthe ing bonds. The question of the issue of the
:ti '\ble. the Legislature of Massachusetts took bonds and the amount to be issued is sub- LEROY JONES, M.D.,

There are two: classes, ,who seek leg- Central and Georgia Railroads. The the subject in,, hand, and amended mitted to the qualified electors of the city ; HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
the required majority is given for the issue
I ; / I islation in opposite directions ; the one devastation was greatest in ,North'Georgia. their existing law by providing that and the amount to be issued ; the statute in

class in view of the admitted evils re- Hundreds of lives and any mortgagor or mortgagee of, real i this event made it lawful for the bonds to Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua,
be issued. Held. That the recital by the
I ( suiting from the use of intoxicating thousands of houses were destroyed. i in estate may bring'in; to the assessors of I Mayor: and Council in the proclamation sub- FERNANDINA, FLA. .

: liquors, would prohibit both their man- its path. the town or city, where such real estate sured mitting that these the questions old bonds that would they were be sur-as- Calls answered promptly day or night,and

nfacture and ,sale within the limits of These cyclones seem to increase'with lies a statement under oath of the rendered was no condition under the law Medicine furnished without extra charge.
for the issuing of the new bonds and that Office hoursa.. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2
the State. This class comprises Prohi- the settlement of the country, and amount due on each separate lot or the new bonds thus issued, if within the and 7 to 8. 22: ly*

,-ibitionists per se--they are unwilling to to be governed by no law by which parcel of such real estate, and the name amount authorized and otherwise legal in
the nature of their obligation under the DR. W. E. SNYDER,
hold any compromise or allow the sale they can be extirpated or avoided. and residence of every holder of an, statute were valid and binding obligationsupon : e>
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under circumstances. They are literally visitations of Provi- interest therein the city. B/ .."-.<:-'_,.:"-'--, ", .. .. E3. .
any as mortgagee or mort- 3. In such the fact that rn :'I.' h -
case courts of UlrU'.c'' iN= "'.-.. :: (:>
Another class holds the that dence. From the record kept it ap gagor." the United States are entertaining jurisdiction H ft' .. lr'3. "'-" ,,'_,-.d-. -..... ;,.'., =-
opinion : to enforce the old bonds .f. _..l '4.t -.i.-_ ;' ..... 1 :::
against the 'I .. .: ;, ,, .
liquors are only harmful when immod- : pears they are more numerous in :Mayand From such statement the assessors city does not prevent the city authorities! [ 'w... "."-::A t.;':'".::"::'-_...,.i"i",.J',."- _".... -_r... '.! ,t:1...... __.

used and that June than any other months i in were required to ascertain the from levying a tax to pay the new bonds to 11 *";?'" -i-" "''"_r* : r %; s
', erately society cannot the propor- the extent to which an exchange has been IiI 'tl 4" Yri'Iv. .i 3 =
Tegulate intemperance in drinking year. tionate parts of such estates that are made. n l : : J1 55
any .
The custom of Order denying injunction affirmed. H \ fci *r\- > ;.d w--:.J'' ,
more than in eating, and that such. general building the interest of mortgagees and mortgagors S. R. Mallory, for Appellant ; W. A.

matters must be left to each man's in- frame houses, slightly constructed, respectively, and assess the Blount, for Appellee.The K. BA.I7KNIGI1T,
adds to the Substantial
peril. stores
dividual action, like other physical : same accordingly. State ex rel. George W. Markens t''. AGENT.WHOLESALE .
and brick houses will generally resist Moses J. Brown, Collector, etc.-Man- AND RETAIL
If the fail in'such
; laws, and cannot be effectually legislated parties to bring a damus. Duval County.
the force of the
storm. In the Old BUTCHER
upon. statement they are liable to assessmenton RANDALL, C. J. : ANDDcnIer

World brick and stone are almost universally their whole interest. 1. In testing the question whether an act in Ice
A much class
larger recognize the of the Legislature was passed in conformity
used for human habitations. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
evils inflicted society by drunk- this law if a parcel of real to the requirements of the Constitution, the
upon In this country the frequent recur estate is sold for and journals of the Houses of the Legislaturewill BROOM STREET 'WHARF
: one-
jnnesss, and claim that society, in its say I be examined ; and if the journals fur-
rence of these disastrous tornadoes and[ 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA.
organic form, has the right to regulatethe half paid and the balance secured by : nish conclusive evidence that any bill was
cyclones should impress our i not passed in a constitutional manner it
upon peo bond and
sale of intoxicating liquors, as well mortgage, each party would cannot be recognizeds a a law. LOUIS A. C. LAXGE,
ple the necessity of erecting more sub 2. The journals of the Senate and Assembly
pay a tax upon $2,500 only, that being -
". sis of poisons, of gunpowder, dynamite, stantial houses which will be for the year 1883 do not show that UPHOLSTERER.SADDLE .
a protec
-etc. This claim is based, and properly the amount of their respective interests. Chapter 341G;, an act regulating the issuing .\ ESS-I.AKEI:,
tion instead of the death trap that theseflimsy This would be of licenses to sell liquors, wines and beer,
.based the idea that in entirely just ; but under Foot of Centre Street,
upon men organized was not passed in accordance with the requirements -

society, in order to obtain thetid weather-boarded structures usu- our present law ,the purchaser would of the Constitution,. and it is FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
in such considered valid act.
ally are a. calamity.
of organic law, surrender the pay a tax upon the whole purchase Alternative writ quashed.
Furniture in the best
Fortunately Florida has been, hitherto of and J. E. IIartridge, for Relator P. repaired manner.
money $5,000 the seller a tax : George Hair Mattresses made order short
right of individual action or law for to at
Raney ancllt B. Archibald, for
I measurably exempt from these Respondent. notice. 36
$2,500 secured
the common good. upon mortgage, --
calamities, but balloon houses and which is manifestly unjust. W. McLean, Appellant, vs. L. AV. Spratt.
This claim may be said to be now cheap structures invite 'destruction i if We Respondent-Duval Circuit Court.RNDLL JAMES JlcGIFFIX,

admitted. 'and under hope that our next Legislaturewill C. J.: AND BUILDER,
generally CONTRACTOR
our the storm
comes. take the subject of our revenue 1. In proceedings under the unlawful de-

.. form of government, every State and I ________n____ laws intelligently in hand and tainer act against a tenant to recover posses- Alachua Street, between Second and Third.
municipal government has legislated in THE $7 COWS. AT LARGE.; sion, the tenant cannot show as a defense
this and other unwise provisions that his lessor had no title, or that his title FERNANDINA, FLA.
:.. :r t some form upon all these questions, The building of a large hotel on the eastside many was defective, or that it was only an equitable Orders and estimates from a distance care-
of the river, opposite Palatka, is a project of the present laws. title. The tenant's liability does not de- fully attended to. 25-tf
and certain articles be sold
can only
for this summer. The Palatka Journal pend upon the rights of third persons, but
.' ; under a license. says that this enterprise is driven out of HEAD-NOTES TO DECISIONS OF on his contract with the lessor.
IF. W.
2. If the purpose of putting a question toa ,
I In this class of articles intoxicating this city by the high price asked for avails THE SUPREME COURT. witness is not apparent with reference to :-
ble lots, and the undisputed of the $7 the pleadings to the
r ;' sway or testimony already I .
has been and license
: liquors placed cow." JANUARY TERM, A. D. 1884. given, it is not error to overrule the ques- fThvTT-\ Q
; for their sale. With the tion unless its object be stated so that its materiality -
are required
i The undisputed sway of the $7 The City of Jacksonville vs. A. D. Basnettct may be made manifest. '

\i general government the Internal Revenue cow is given as a reason why capitalists P.-Dnval& J. C.County. O.for J. II. Summers. 3. A'demand of a tenant by his landlordof t CJs f
Cooper, Appellant A.
the amount of rent due, is a sufficient demand
s I duty on liquors is professedlyonly were unwilling to build a large "'. Cockrell, J. T. & G. U. Walker, for of the precise sum due without naming- ()

D I a revenue measure. In state and hotel in Palatka. It must thereforebe ,Appellees. the amount, in a suit to recover possession (;!)::
WESTCOTT, J. : for
I non-payment. .::
S municipal legislation it partakes oi deemed by investors a great draw 1. The title of a statute is "an act to 4. Double the rental value of premises are ..r
d : E! both characters as a revenue measure, back where amend Section 23 of an act approved February not recoverable in a suit for an unlawful de-
i '' to'any place visitors are 4th, 1809, entitled an act to providet tainer, unless it appears affirmatively from South side Centre St., near the Depot.
1 I,' considered with reference to: the desired to have cattle running at the 'incorporation of cities and towns, the testimony that the detention was willful

: r amount required for a license, and 1 We have noticed and to establish a uniform system of municipal and knowingly wrongful on the part of the FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND
1 large. recently an government in this State." The body tenant. MADE TO ORDER. !

t secondarily, as a repressive measure, increase in the number of stray cattlein of the act containing the amendment consists Where in the proceedings in a case like work warranted.
.":'\ in the number of of three sections.: The first section the present there is no error found on ap- .f.I:3JAll J
',t" diminishing persons the streets, very largely consistingof gives the city power to raise by tax and as peal, except that the jury have given excessive -

engagcd in the traffic by the partly yearlings and young cattle. The sessment money fur general municipal par damages and the correct amount h XE"YOHK I
The second section easily ascertainable the judgment will be
poses. prescribes a
prohibitory cost of engaging in it. sidewalks are kept in a dirty condi method of valuation, limits the tax, and restricts reversed unless the excessive amount of BAKERY and CONFECTIONERYWILLIAM

Y There' has always, to some extent, tion, shrubbery eaten off, etc. Certainly appropriation.assessments made The before third the section passageof legalizes damages Costs in is this remitted.court taxed against appellee. IIYNES

been a discretion left to the licensing there is no excuse for this. the act by the city according to the act George Wheaton Deans, for Appellant ; TO REMIND TilE PUBLIC
then regulating assessments, and gives the A. W. Cockrell and J. T. & G. U. Walker, WISHES I
he is:: now ready to make any
board in reference the
to Those who have for
personal; Appellee.
cows can power to enforce and collect:; the tax. The kind

character of the person applying for a easily have them driven outside of subject of the various sections of this act ofBREAD.. CAKE OR PIES,
concerns the matter of taxation by cities for
license, but this has practicallyamounted ) the city-no others have any right to municipal purposes, and the general subject FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER on the shortest possible notice. He will also

of the act, as expressed in its title, is the establishment have hand for the fine assort-
to nothing. be in the city at all. It will be impossible of on << Holidays a
,\ municipal governments. The ment of
The evils of intemperance have increased to maintain a proper degree act, therefore is not in conflict with Section FOR SALE CHEAP : ENGLISH FRUIT CAKE,
14. Article IV of the Constitution. The act
in such alarming :ratio thai i of cleanliness if cattle are permittedin i embraces but one subject and matter prop- EDGINGS AND SLABS, ranging from one pound upwards.

:, recently more active measures of ; the city. Those who have invested erly connected therewith and that subject 10 cents per load. i -All orders thankfully received and
the title briefly expresses. (Gibson vs. The ROUGH LUMBER, promptly attended to.
: repression have been sought 2. An' assessment of a tax i is declared illegal From $5 to $10 per M ft.,
in application. especially interested in making ; by the courts for want of power in the according to qualitv.

Constitutional provisions have been the place notable for health, neatness I I municipal government to impose such a DRESSED LUMBER, SEED POTATOES.
: tax. The Legislature subsequently legalizes $12 to $20 M. feet.
submitted to the people and, in afew and attractiveness. All should be the assessment: and confers the power to per EARLY POSE.EARLY. VERMONT
States, have been adopted, prohibitingthe encouraged to plant out shrubbery levy tin tax. The power to collect and to by Telephone promptly attended to. BEAUTY OF HEBRON.WHITE .
'i levy is not retrospective and to the extent WILLIAM. C. DUI YEE, ELEPII ANT.
:, '..!' legislature from allowing the manufacture and to keep the premises in front of that the legalizing the assessment is retroac- Steam Also a full assortment ofTIIORBUR
; tive, it is within the ofthe Legislature: Saw and Planing Mill. SEEDS.
; : :- 'or sale. them as neat as possible. 'S RELIABLE GARDEN
... "" ; unless there is some other objection to it Office foot Centre Street. 8 For sale low by W. F. SCOTT.

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This hotel now being erected by GeorgeS. I as perfect as scientific engineering can make, .. "'J.t.'h ... C Laces and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertings
Butler& Sons, builders, for Mr. CharlesT. I it, having a thorough system underground : ;.r" .l FULL LINE of the newest patterns.

Parry, of Philadelphia, Pa., will be opento drainage extending.about fifteen hundred feet .' ,;'. ,,- I': ,'
the public early in June next. It will to the bay.Persons. Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.

comfortably accomodate 300 guests. The suffering from hay fever have always Our Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived, and for style
designs are furnished by"Wilson Brp's& Co., found relief at Beach Haven. Florida Lands. and quality cannot be surpassed.

architects, of Philadelphia, and are of the There will bean elegant ballroom in addi Gents' "
Queen Anne style. The hotel will have an tion to the spacious:; parlors, dining-room, Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties. ,

ocean frontage of two hundred feet, a frontage halls, etc. A steam railroad is also being JGWe are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of -New

on Pearl street of one hundred and sixty completed to convey guests and baggage to The Peninsular York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
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feet, and the entire building will be surrounded and from the hotel and steamboat wharf. S
by a piazza sixteen feet wide. It The Baldwin will be conducted on the 1. ''> t JBSf Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or 'Purchasing .

will occupy a block of ground two hundredby American plan, in a liberal manner, with a AND :)'ff'. elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer. :,

four hundred and.fifty feet, and will be view of placing it in the front rank of the f

replete with all modern conveniences including leading hotels of the country.It Tropical( Florida t J'. de a.JI.: -yJJ:: : :),

electric light, elevator electric bells, will be opened by Geo. W. Kittelle, Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.
etc.,and in a sanitary point of view will beCuriositylVariety proprietor of the E mont Hotel ,
our city. JB"NEW YORK OFFICE-83

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a large and carefully selected Fcrmuidiim,
Towns on K..1C. Line r

And Cedar Key. 7
For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.HAND .

Offers to Lessees and
Purchasers a large o
Silk, Linen, and Cotton. ArTDHERNANDO
number of the most eligible and desirable
Gloves, Neckties Ribbons, ,

Laces, Towels, Napkins, Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for .,I. '..

Dress Lining, Buttons City or Suburban Residences AT PRICES FROM '

and Motions Generally.
-- $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All .
A iii'w lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
TlE just received and marked low.
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
these lands ..,
are in the central -- =- -
Oar Stock cf CORSETS is Very Superior.MMn rial enterprises, who will erect on the property -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS
peninsular portion of the State, and
purchased substantial CITY OF SAN .
improvementsfor ANTONIO 1G8O
PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK residence within fifteen miles of Railroads in i STATE OF TEXAS, 1j.tJ,2 TONS.
or in which to conduct
tine ETA,variety.VASES TOILET SETS, we offer a successful operation, traversing a ter- CARONDELET, 1OOS TONS.
business. 'VESTEI TEXAS .
1,210 TONS.
ritory which is being
SPECIALTY. TO MANUFACTURERS settled and developed than any other ONLY DJPvECT: LINE TO NEW YORK.

by exemption for a term of from
years part of the State. .
;* Orders) from the CountryKiaSTG'S Solicited.1 taxation offered by the several cities and The fertility of the soil and o. accessibility ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
towns. Apply to to the largest and best markets sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

!17 tf CHAS. W. LEWIS This Line, having no Transfers between Fcmandiim and New
Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. Fernandina. make these lands particularly desira- York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
S5 0ffice..cor. Beach & 7th sts. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
0. S. OAKES ble for the cultivation of'fruits: and The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
.. mnkinJ' ___A<_lP_
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for shipment.. For connections at J.'EUXANDIN'.t\ FER
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER large and immediate for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer_. in_n profits there is JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: .and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
And Manufacturer ofFL'10RISG GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, no industry in Florida equal to the ]PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL; RAILROAD

i CEILING MOLDINGS CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY GRAIN, raising of early vegetables for Northern for LAKE WEIR. ..
Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near markets. LADING TO ALL POINTS.
FANCY 'SCROLL SAWING Steamboat Landing, For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
BRACKETS FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. For new and descriptive circular, R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,

and Agent for Schooner Silas O. C. II. MALLORY & CO.,
NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. large Evans.quantities.Special rates for Merchandise' in CHAS. W. LEWIS, Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- Land Commissioner
SA2! ,
best in the world. Fernandina, Fla., GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
Elevations Ag'entfor B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED Or Ocala Florida. -
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and Floor Plans PLOWS. : "
: with esti- I ,,. JfjfJ.L, :
raales-"-furnished at reasonable rates.Orders VILLE.Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- I -,;..' I./1" -"..,. .'' .J. ,flU:'..h. He E. DOTTERER

by mail promptly attended to. 33 .:H' .. ..'.,
ddl't8: P.O. Box 174, Fernandina "r,- INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS

'TnE" Fernandina, Fla. .... ; 1

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pleasantly located in one of the healthiest '.';i:< '''.J. I
of ,. -i- _
portions Florida. :: ::: -t-
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\ Proprietor, }} E; The building,which was erected especially I !.
for a Boarding School, is large and airy. : r :: 'f
O I The Course of Instruction is thorough and ,<'-', EMBRACING MEALY EVERYTHING IX THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
> 1 solid comprising, both in English and '. '. ,
French all the branches of a good educa !:. ,
T HAND : : tion. Board Tuition, Washing, Bed and .;d':,',': FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .
Bedding, per quarter, $40.50. Music Lessons -
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with use of Instrument $12.00. '
S S Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy .. .... SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS .
J Work taught withoutadditional charge. : to: -.

S I Schools Payments will required reopen in October advance.1st. 1883. r'L: -'".,;". PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.

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apply to the Acad '
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0O -HATCHING. ..;-:'., Jf.c'1'tr,3 I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES
c> I >ROWN LEGHORNS ;;T: ;Ath': '.. j.- -
B -+ $ r-.
: 'I Fernandina j- t PLYMOUTH ROCKS, ,". '," jt':'".. : + : ,,
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Centre & Third. J. PRICE, $2.00 PER SETTING OF 13. "
:: i- GOODS Keceivecl by Every Steamer.
Guaranteed Pure
TIIE and Fresh.
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j '; GENERAL l1:I:C"l'O'Y. BAKER COUNTY. \ Sheriff( -A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala -', RAILROADS '-, FLORAL, CITY ROUTE.

". it D. Davis Sanderson. Assesstor of J ares-Henry W. Long. -
County Judge-l't. FLORIDA
\ United States Officers.> JLAXD : Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Coilecor of Iteienue-W. F. Trantham, TD1E CARD CE.TRALYESTETIX R.p.

, ." Sheriff=U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. OF THE (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Trn e.7)'
, r(<;; OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Superintendent of Sc/wols-\1. L. Paine, JACKSONVILLE
Assessor of Taxes-A. J."Y.. Cobb San- November 18.1SS3.
Ii Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. lerson. Fort McCoy.: FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULARAND COMMENCING this date, Trains'on

.. ti '' Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Collector of Rct'C1tue-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. \J road and its connection will run as th flows ,/

; Surveyor-General-)1a1achi Martin, Talla- lerson.Superintentlenl. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.. [ :
: "; hassee. of &TtOOl-Jas D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. FERNANDINA &; JACKSONVILLE R. R WESTWARD.

DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson., Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. No. 3. \< tAccom. .
Ju Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.. In Effect January 14th, 1884. Mail.

JfarsJial-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. Leave Jacksonville...... 3.40pm g.OO
County S. Moreno Baldwin ............ a In
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revezuie-Mason GOING SOUTH. >.4a p m v.H a n.
Lake ......... <<
INTERNAL REVENUE.: Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West. Day Pas. JV7 Pas. 44 City" 9.55 pm 10.4 a m
Superintendent of Schools--J. V Harris,Key Li'.eOak..12.5Oam
Lake A.M. P.M.
Assessor Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, ,
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. if Madison ............ '_)..- I
Butler. West. Leave Fernandina.................. 7.15 6.40 a am l.UJpm
, COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector' of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.45 7.25 ArriveMonticello..5.30ani 3.OO Pm

. .. t; .... John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Slperintcndent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan Arrive Callahan..................... 8.38 8.25 Tallahassee......... 7.05am 3.50pn, '
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina. Leave Callahan...................... 8.50 9.10 Leave Tallahassee......._ 7.45 a m 4.00pm
;; John F. House, St. Augustine. Star e. Clerk J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Dutton................. ..... 0.17 0.45: Arrive.. Quincy ...:... ...... 0.25: a In 5.43 Pm
-.tea BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch............. 9.32 10.02 Chatta. RJYE r..11.15 a in 5.45pm

<:' A. City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Arrive Baldwin.................... 9.50 10.25 Leave River Junction... 6.00 pm.55pffi
/ State Officers. County Judge-James McCrory, nandina. Leave Baldwin... 9.55 11.00 Arrive. Marianna........- <>.

: ...'J.. Point.Clerk A. A. Stewart Titusville. Collector of. Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Leave Maxville'. 11.24 "' Pensacola........... 11.45 pQ!

:, 'EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Point. nandina. Leave Highland...................10.40 11.48 .. Montgomery: ..... 6.55 a u
Laws _
: Sheriff John H. City ... ..
Mobile. ..... .
D. Bloxham Tallahassee. Sctools-14. W. Higgin- A.M. ? 4.45am1WO
of ,
GOt'crnor-\Vm. Superintendent
,L' Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian "
New Orleans.... .
Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Beth- botham Callahan. Leave Lawtey. 12.07 aa
i 'p el West.Secretary na. Leave Temple.:...........11.10 12.29 Nashville.......... 7.15 pn.20am,
Key Orlando
: D. Johnston ORANGE COUNTY.
4 Collector RCIel11u-A. "
1 : :':' of State-John L. Crawford, Tal Leave Starke.........:;.'.'.."...11.36 12.39 Louisville.......... -.
: lahassee. Orange county.Superintendent Schools-)1.. E. English County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orland-, I Leave Thurston.......:........ ...11.48 12.57P. Cincinnati........ '6,4,),a III
( o Clerlt J. P.:Hughey, Orlando.

.I' : ',s/ Comptroller Treasurer--Henry W. D.A.Barnes L'Engte: Tallahassee.;Tallahassee. 'Titusville; .*, Sheriff Thpmas Shine, M.Fort Owens Reid. Fort Arrive Waldo......................12.08. }I. 1.25 EASTWARD.No.. 4. \o,:

Attor/.ey-General-Georgc P.;Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTl" Assessor of Taxcs-Jame: Leave Waldo.......................12.20 1.40 Accom.Arrive Marl I :
, f ..' hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange Reid, Fla.Collector. Leave Gainesville.................. 1.05 2.3G Jacksonville...... 7.301\111 9.00pm

,t i : .w ;. Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. of RClenue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. i' Leave Arredondo................... 1.23 3.00 Leave Baldwin ............ 6.00am $.2l pm
'I '.:. Tallahassee. Clerk-J. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Leave Palmer........ ............... 1.35 3.15 Lake City.......... 2.20 a m 6.1S pm
\ I* w Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. S/teriff-Jaml'S W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Leave Archer........................ 151 3.35 h LiveOak...........12.15 a Ul .>.-) pni

t ; Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. Leave Bronson.. 2.20 4.10 U Madison ............ 8.40 pm1.03
t i :,',:' pm
l H i : Adjutant-General Yonge,Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Otter Creek................. 2.57 4.58 Monticello......... 5.50 p m 1.55pml.llpm
.., : .: 'j Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. Leave Rosewood 3.30 5.44 u Tallahassee......... 4.40 pm

.: ? .J BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.Tallahassee. Superintendent of ScTwols-R: W. Davis, I Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. .. .. '': Arrive Cedar Key.................. 4.00 6.20 Arrive Tallahassee....... 3.55 p m 1.01pm

( i. Commissioner A. Robinson, Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shall y GOING NORTH. Leave Quincy............. 2.20pm 11.56am
COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. Leave Chatt'chee Riverl2.10 p in 11.15am

.:..: Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Day Pas JV Pas. River Junction... ll.OOam

Special Agent-Columbus Drew Astor. .Olerk-Jolm Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. "'. AM. P.M. Marianna......... 10.0.> alii
Jacksonville. ................... 7.00 7.50
: Building, S/teriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key. Leave Pensacola........... 5.15 am
Rosewood.................... 7.32 8.35
': SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Montgomery..... 9.45
Creek................. 8.03 9.15 p ui
Parish Lake Leave Otter Mobile..........._.
"' Chic Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. 11.55 pm
Associate Justice-J. Westcott jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Am.#=Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson. New Orleans...... 6.15pmS.25
Clerk-John C. Calhoun Leave Archer 9.07 10.42 Nashville..........
Lake Perry.
k;; City. Faulkner.Perrj. Leave Palmer....................... 9.23 11.02 Louisville.......... 1.00 am
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of School-T. J. am8.55pm
j '\ 933 11.19
Leave Arred "
'J J 1 ,f Jacksonville. ''I County Judge-'Villiam, A. McLean, Jack- Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.45 Trains 1 and 2 daily Trains 3 and 4
Tallahassee; I Treasurer-D. S. Sutton Perry;: ; daily
j f Olcrk-O.II. Foster; sonville. Arrive '"aIdo........:. ............10.42 12.40A. Sunday.
CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County l'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. M. except
Bowden Jacksonville. Collector of Rct'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Only I line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto
; First Circuit.Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Leave Waldo. 2.00Leave Pensacola and Pullman
\ Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. Thurston.11.13 2.30 daily ; Sleepers
sacola. Jacksonville to New Orleans daily.
Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas- sonville. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Starke.................11:48' 2.47
't t see. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55P. CONNECTIONS.At .
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. tine. M. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
', Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of ScJiools-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave Lawtev..... 3.20 all points North and East; with the Fernan
ville. sell Jacksonville. Sheriff( Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine Leave Highland.12.33 3.40 dina & Jacksonville 'Railroad for Fernan

t. Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON: COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. Leave Maxville....................12.53 4.05 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on

', ville. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Arrive Baldwin 1.20 4.40 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
,' Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Leave Baldwin......... 1.25 5.20 At Baldwin, with Florida Transit &:: Peninsular .

j Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff-Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.45 5.45 Railroad for Gainesville, Ocala 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.
CoU.ector'of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.28 6.50 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida

: Court Calendar. Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 2.35 7.35 & Western Railroad.At .
FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed, Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 8.50 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
; ; i I Fall Term- County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg Arrive Fernandina................. 3.50 9.25 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat.
... :' Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. .
,. \ Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. IIERNANDO COUNTY. 8.heriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg: 1f'Day Passenger daily except Sunday; urdays.At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa
Walton, 4th Monday in after 4th :Mondayin County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.Collector Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
2d Wednesday
Holmes, Hutchinson :
ville. of Revenue-Joseph ,
New Orleans
sacola, Mobile, :Montgomery
October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest; ,
," Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- DIVISION. and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola :-

; i in October. after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. GOING SOUTH. Columbus and Eufaula.
Jackson 3d Monday
.I.. I ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. Day Pas. Nt Pas. The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
.. ,f I October. Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich, Brooks-
Escambia, 1st Monday in December. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live P.M. A.M.: all points West.JTake .

.\: I! This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. M. C. Russell Oak. Leave Waldo.........................1?25 1.40 '! the FLORAL CITY ROUTE
: 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Dixie..........................12.47 2.10 the NEW SHORT LINE via. the Florida:
( f ," Spring Term. Fort Dade. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 1.03 2.33 Central and Western Railroad.

i f THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Lochloosa.................... 1.20 2.57 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berth)

Spring Term- 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
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. : Welborn. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12. 4.03 and at new office southwest corner of Ear

.: April.Madison. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48Leave and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.

.;' 2d :Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Live Oak. : Ocala........................... 3.05 4.45 W. M. DAVIDSON,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY.Oounty.TudgeJames Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40 General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.

; Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday: Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter- Arrive Wildwood.................. 4.12 6.15 WILLIAM 0. AMES.
'. j in Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.45 7.30 Gen'l Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
.t April. prise.
,J Columbia 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. Olerk-John. Dickins ,
:, Enterprise. GOING NORTH. Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville, Fla.
in April. JEFFERSON. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise. A.M. P. M.

:>i Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello.\ Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen Leave Leesburg...................... 6.25 6.15

April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 7.00
, ,; ,: Fall Term- Clerk W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Relenue-P. :N. Bryan, Glen Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40

l' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42Leave
; ; :' t October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, Silver Spring................ 8.22
: .'; : ; Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise. Leave Anthony Place............. 8.48 9.28

f Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Orange Lake................. 9.12 10.08 CURTIS &fc CO.,

f "Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45

., in October. ticello. Sheriff=Charles Aligord Crawfordville. Leave Hawthorne................... 9.54 11.15 REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
i "' Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Dixie.........................10.11 11.35A. ST. MARY'S, GEOEGLJ
i : : I October. kcenah. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, l\[.

: ,: '0 Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Mondayin LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. Arrive Waldo... .... ............10-35 12.15 Loans procured,Mortgages\ ne otiated,E!

It' October. County Judge -W. J. Dixon, :New Troy. County Treasurer-,Yo W. Walker, Craw- 33"'Day Passenger daily except Sunday; changes effected.
L t I> ;. FOURTH Sheriff J.'J. Johnson, Old Town. I fordville. Night: Passenger daily. Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25; feet to 4

'r .. .," Spring Term in March. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, :New Troy. Collector}Relenue-R. McMillan,Craw- I acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5.00)
2d Tuesday "
}' St. John's March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew fordville. acres, for sale.
; Clay Bradford, 4th Tuesday 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selected
Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. IissisSJpP
? '' Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County GOING SOUTII. as the terminus of the \tlantic&

,:; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley Leave Fernandina....................... 4.30 p. m. Canal (under the survey made for Govern the
,; Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of TIlE FLORIDA Leave Hart's Road..................... 5.10 p. m. ment by General Gillmore), charters for

:f; Fall Term- Old Town. Taxes-David R. Townsend Arrive Jacksonville.................... 6.15 construction of which having been grantoby ; the
Assessor of and
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. the United States
: :New Troy. : IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. GOING NORTH. of and Florida, a lar?
Legislatures Georgia
4th Tuesday in September. TO'VN :
: Clay Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Leave Jacksonville.................... 9.00a.m. increase in the value of adjacent lands ma
: (: ;i Baker 2d, Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Leave Hart's Road.....................10.05a.m.: be confidently looked for." (See New ion;

t ".,; ; '"I I' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A.'Moseley, Tallahassee. Fernandina, Arrive Fernandina...................10.45 a. m.JJifY" Sun, 27-3-83.)
Clerk C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Trains daily
:' Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.
"j \I Superintendent of Schools-Henry:N.Felkel, '
I R. R. Line.
' ,. j FIFTH CIRCUIT. Tallahassee. Towns on
Spring TermSumter L. Tallahassee. CONNECTIONS.AT .
Treasurer J. Demilly
4 3d Monday in March. Collector of Rct'cnue-C. C. Pearcc, Talla- And Cedar Key.
Marion\ 4th Monday in March. "
) 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. FERNANDINA, FLA.,
5; Putnam
Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. I
March. Assessor of With New York and Fernandina Steam- SEA ISLAND ROTTE
'I .
1' :e ::1::" Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
1 March. LEVY COUNTY. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large for New York on Thursday. -TO-

I .'. ;: Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah 1'J .A.a

1 ," I ..' March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. number of the most eligible and desirable : and Brunswick, daily except Sunday. S.A.V.
: Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. --
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of EC1'enuc-Jt B. Barco Cedar.. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for I AT CALLAIIAN. THE STEAMEU
and Charleston
Marion 3d Monday in October. Key.Superintendent. To and from Savannah ,
: i Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. of Schools' -J. B. Menden- City or Suburban Residences, and all points North and West, daily.AT CITY OF 53RIDGETO3

i. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. BALDWIN FLA., W rr

:.,: Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. .To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, ..... ....
*' November. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi UPON EASY TERMS. and all points South, West, and Northwest, ,,. t::. ,"
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. '- __ lrb\!
son. daily. f f- =
::1 t ,.. : Spring Term- Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison AT HAWTHORNE. ,\ ---" 7t" ,' c j.( ..

Orange, 4th Monday in January.. I i Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT '. 'Eftt'
., Volusia 3d Monday in February.Brevard Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, -- '" -
in March.
1st Monday
Dade,3d Monday in April. )1adison.County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. parties engaged in manufacturing Indus- With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand FERNANDINA FOR ,-AVA>

Fall Term- Tampa daily except Sunday. LEAVES after the arrival of th; .
,, EClcmteD. Wordsend ;
of who will erect the :
in rial enterprise:!, on property and from JACKSONVILLE: ; ',':
; Orange, 2d Monday August. Madison. With Stage Line to Leesburg trains from ;

Volusia, _Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-\\'. P. Thompson, Mad purchased substantial improvementsfor daily except Sunday.AT KEY, on 5Savannah and Wc,Imi.:< i..'i';. '
Brc'nrd.4th Monday in September. the following inor;;
;. ison. CEDAR KEY, FLA., on
Dade. 2d Monday in November.County Steamer leavt -.tV "
. f in which to conduct their With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
MANATEE COUNTY. residence,. pr Fernandina on Tuesday and :St'; ::
I West anc1IIaana., every( Saturday : for New y
sold New
Officers.ALA.CH County :Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Through tickets to
i Orleans Friday from Key West and every ;
1 ; Boston and Baltimore.( .
Clerk Robert: S. Griffith, Manatee.Sheriff delphia
n!.\. j. Havana every Friday : from Orleans : .q] ;'-.
For tickets and state-room-
-A.. S. Watson, Pine Level. '.
Jtttty*-Junius C. Gardner Gaines- TO MAOTPACTURf every Saturday. W. B. TUCKF.1I"! .
t County Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Parish, Braden- Steamers "
'I ville. f I With Tampa Steamship Company's Office foot of Cen t r-;> :;-: '
'la-k"'J.' A. Carlisle, Gainesville. towu. by exemption for a term of years from for and from Key West. Monday and Ferna"trJ. ;: .. .! ,
I .l Sittirif S. C. Tucker, Arrcdondo. Collector of .llet'ellue-\farion G. Carlton, Thursday; for: Tampa. and Manatee, Monday ,; A. ltr1'i'l: .!:!:. .

f' Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges. Gaines- Popash. Schools Felix J. taxation offered Jbr he several cities and and Friday.: General.' 3l'1t:.:("" =' .

: J; ville. Pine Superintendent Level. of -. Seward" ,, ;.. 5 For inforimttion'respecting. routes, rate: < N. IIARID1AS.aungcr..
; Cott&tvr Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines towns. Apply to etc., apply to .

; .. .. ville.Sujxrintcndent. of $Sdiools\\ .. N. Sheats, I County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. ; Fernandina. Gen'l Icket and Pass.Agent.. Bull Comer and Bay and Ocean Streets Sts.,..Jack...Savanual:; :. /.
Ga: nesvillc. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. 3-Office,cor.Beach& 7th sts. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen] Supt. .- 21 Congress



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Guide. I TO THE' mark,Jas Huthcrson his x mark, Ben Red-

Board of Commissioners ding, Benjamin Wideawake his x mark, -BRADLEY'S
TRA SIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. Thos Blake his x mark Toby Williams hisx !

train leavesMM&- Nassau County, State of Florida. mark, Edward Johnson his x mark An-

FurD passenger drew Dover his x mark, Amos Roberson hisx BRADLEY'S
Cedar m.Traveler's mark, Ked Williams his x mark, Alek

'.rslv-mnah and all points NorthWest RESPECTFULLY ASK TO BE GRANTed Foreman his x mark, James Avery his x TREE CIRCLE BRAND
v .. I
: ( : ... ............................. .la a. 111. a license for the sale of Ales, Wines mark, Samuel King his x mark, W II Le FERTILIZER
and "
COllnecting at CallaUan.) and Liquors in the City of Fernandina, and Cain Frank Williams hisx, nark, Fred B BONE -,
and all enclose herewith signatures of a majority Lewis, Isaac Pino his x mark, Jno Washington -
FlSo"thc'FloridaCentralYtern! & of the registered voters of this Precinct, as his x mark, Geo Anderson Chas Grant, BRADLEY| BRADLEY'S

Railroad...... .......... ... 7.loa.. in. required by law. Seek Mitchael his x mark, Lymus Thomas,
: Lewis Napoleon his x mark, J D FLORIDA PURE
,11I. ,Meeting; at Baldwin.) ARTH.UR STEIL. Byrd, ,
k Amos Atkinson his x mark, Geo Henderson (VEGETABLE

)11>.1 v 1 passenger, train arrives We, the undersigned voters of Election his x mark, Jno Baker his x mark Jos Ba- __ FINE-GROUND

1 1'r n11' (Vdar Key, Wildwood, and Precinct 1, in Nassau County, respectfully ker his x mark, Louis Deas his x mark, I FERTILIZER, a .
a:1:i p.illt-, on the! Transit I oad... 3.50 p. in.Kmm request that the above petition be granted. :Mathew Hawkins his x mark Lee Cathron, B 0 N'EBRADLEY'S .

,, :Savannah:: and all points in Wm Blue sr, his x mark, Jno Jackson hisx
1 i the N rth and West................ 3.50 p. m.FrllUl Edward F C Latham.E Dukehart G A Latham, Jas Annette R A ,McBean Samuel, mark, Henry Samuel his x mark, Peter BRADLEY'S

Tallahassee, Il en acola. and Blue his x mark, Wm Blue Jr, his mark PATENT
Brown Alfred Collins =
Florida Central Henry Clay, Samuel Samuel Cammel --_ _- B.D. SEA-FOWL
the his mark Richard
l pints on x Nel-
;iiVtcrn: I Railroad................ 3.50p.m. Williams Wight Marshall his x Irons mark,his Geo x mark Xorman, Hogarth his x son his x mark, Bristo Roberts his x mark, PHOSPHATE -- GUANO

\Mt passenger! train leaves mark. Win J Grim, Duik Scott his x mark Robert Miller his x mark Sam Young his x ,

.,;:i;\br( ; Key. Wildwood, and allflints'on l Albert Reynolds, Levy Young, Jesse Tines Johnson mark Sandy Williams his x mark Allen

I the Transit Road.:;...... 0.40 n. m. his x mark, Louis Jenkins his x mark. Win Frank his x mark, G E Wolff, Francis W. H. GARLAND, GEO. E. WILSON.
Dempsey Alexander :Moses Hunter --
all 1pointSNorthaut111'est. Wilson, Jonas McCall his mark
J.\"annah and x Joseph
For:;): ........."'.:................... 0.40 p.'"lInecting Hunter his x mark, Dan King his x mark, Benjamin his x mark,Talbot Jno W his Smith mark, Sr,Thos his x mark, AGEXT, STATE
Headen AGENT
x ,
Peter Bonaud R
at Callahan.) J Williams Itoderick
his mark
( 1'ensacolaand all Baker Morice Williams J x Lehman Thomlinson his x FERXAXDIXA
Williams Ben FLA.
Tallahassee, ,
for mark J A
Ostrander Jos Caesar JACKSONVILLE
King, Baker FLA.
the Florida Central Thomas, Lawrence Lang, Edgar Johnson his __
Kints on his mark Samuel
!Western Uailrou1.: ............-...... 0.40 p. 111. x mark, John King his x mark. Columbus White x his Cribb, Jno Rikart, Isaac ;"0r _
x.mark, Chas Baker his
x mark -
connecting at Baldwin.) Thomas his x mark, Scipio Williams his x Romeo ,
( Denegal Samuel
mark Geo Jos Blake Pinkney his x
Bryant Jas Jenkinshis FERTILIZERS
Night i passenger train arrives x mark'Curtis Williams his x mark mark. Paplo Rodgers his ;Jc mark, Harry !
wood and Joseph his mark Renaldo:McDonald
Cedar Key, "lid x Da-
1 From: Minkley. Fred Baker his mark
x ,
all points on the Transit Road,. 9.2o a. m. Israel Grant his x mark V R Bristol, Robt I R vid Proctor, Isaiah :Morrison his x mark, A I have on hand, and am constantly receiving, supplies of
Manucy Wm F Courter Jos
From Savannah! and all points in Hanley his mark Julius Evans Robert Ligeour Ab-
the North and West................. 9.253. m. Jones/Nicholas x ner Blake his x mark, Andrew Brown his x Wilkins Celebrated
Robinson his mark ous
x ,Tony Bone
mark S L Denette Fertilizers
From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and his W Robinson, Win H
Wyllie x mark, Moses Hooper Jr his x Hannahan ,
& Henry Peterson Sam
Florida Love-
all Western 1 points Railroad on .................... 9.2oa.m. mark. Warren his mark Commodore Ned his x mark, Geo touse his x mark Louis Watson his x mark, FOR FRUIT TREES, GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.
Fogarty x Jones his x mark, Emanuel ,
Pappena x mark Thos
FEBNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. Ansel Williams his x mark, Alfred Hampton Hardy, Frank Emerson his x mark, Geo Wilson PREPARED UNDER A NEW PROCESS, especially suited to our soil and climate
x mark Cupid Armstrong his x mark, his x mark, Michael crops to withstand drouth. '
Train leaves daily- Henry Harley, R W C Hummings: Samuel Fitzpatrick;'James .fIdJ" Sold at Manufacturer's
For Jacksonville..........................4:30: p. m. Lizzemore his x mark, W J Jones his x his Love, Jr, Peter V Frank, Stephen McCann Prices, freight added.
x mark, :Marshall Jenkins his x mark --ALSO IN STOCK-
arrives daily- ,
Train mark, Eddie Reynolds Henry Smith his
From Jacksonville:.....................,A.-5 a. m. mark, Stephen Finlay his x mark, Frank mark Boston, Wm Floyd Hawkins his x mark his ,x Jas mark Stewart, W J Han-his x Pure Ground :Bone, Dissolved :Bone for Composting: ,Cotton-Seed Hea

SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Holzendorf mark his x his mark, Jas :McKay his x ley, Apl'illlonapart his x mark, Cornelius Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate. of Potash, Land Plaster, etc.
July Young x markHenry Walker
From Savannah,by the Bridgeton, Berry Kennedy, Ben Germain, ThosKeyser, Donavan, Henry Baird, C Comte, J W 5S3 Send for Circulars and prices.

Tuesday and Saturday.............. 4.00 p. m. Prince Brooks, Win Taylor his x mark, A Johnson Mooney, Daniel his Kelly D W Alverson, Lewis '\V. IT. SCOTT.
For Savannah by steamer City of Wishard. Stephen Write his x mark, Alick x mark, Simon Johnson Jr, Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. Om
his mark
x Henry Gage, Julius Klotz, Wm
Bridgeton, Sunday, Wednesday 5.00 p. m. Hayes, Samuel Savage his x mark, John Martin Jas T O'Xeal. C S Busbee, Henry S Sr
Freeman, John H Brown, Wm King his x
MALLORY LINE. Fletcher his x mark R V Dahoney, Sidney

For New York direct by steamships Wells mark,his Frank x mark.McDonald Morris his Jones'x 'mark his x,mark John, Griffin mark Jas his Lawson x mark his, Henry Hooper his x '
mark Geo H
1 State of Texas or City of Peter McCallT111 Cooper his x mark, Henry his x mark, W F V Scott,-Jack Johnson Clay hisx f S l.q'B.L'E Y 7.S. S 'iE'D.Ul

San; Antonio, Thursday evening.............. Commodore his x mark, Chas G Mann, Rufus mark, Myers Lizzemore his mark David .
; ; .
From New York: direct, [by City of Walker his x mark, S C Svenkerud, James Bronson his x mark. Henry Knabb, his x I i : : ::= ( : ..: : .,.
San Antonio and State of Texas, Hazelton, Louis Spauldin his x mark, Robt mark, Simon Valentine his mark r of ALL PJJANTSiI ALT CROP1S for ALL CU-.

every Friday.......................... 3.00 p.m. Cunningham his x mark John Finlay his x Harget his x John Grain and!Farm Seed tested; only the best Bent out.
x mark. Benjamin Fuller, his x \fi: Manual;niFtory and best method I
mark, Solomon Jackson his x mark Henry of culture of Grain,Root Crops, Grasses,
-- -- Fodder
mark II 0 Smith his x mark, Thos E Bless, 3lantrnsr etc. Crops Tree<
only Wets.
Post-Office Notice. Bell Robert Brown his x mark Chas Mc- Jas -!, .several Anwnl Catalogue and rrici List of POOR
Albert his x mark, Jos Cook his x mark, : thousand varieties, FI EE. SEtOS

Office Hours-From 8:00 A. :M. to GOO P. M. Rori x, mark Dread Willis Benton Hall Stephen Washingtonhis Johnsonhis Parish Johnson his mark, Paul Capalia his S13LE1'SSEEDS HIRAM SiBLEY& CO. Rochester.N.Y.. Chicago i III.cOLLs .
x mark W Smith his
Henry x mark Wm
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. :M. to 11:30 A. :M. x mark, Ben Wright his x mark IsaacIcCal1 C Birt his x mark, Daniel Harrison,his x "

Money Orders and Registered Letters from his x mark, Lewis Cooper his x mark, mark, Henry Stewart his x mark Henry !' ....
1\III.t. M. to 1:00 r. M.; and from 2:00 P. :M Plato King his xmark. Henry Hughes Eliaslfcli'arland Symkenshis x mark,John Clauser,Jack Ben- "'- !..t' .'I_ .,. r -
Richard Roberts Charles Jones ton his x mark,Hardy J Johnson os P Adams L% ( t t I. RTFORD
i.i i:3ii: :; r. M.4KEIVAL "
his x mark, Sam Walker, Jas Lang, John Wm Wright his x mark, Geo Dorsey, Jr, hisx "i J D lk

AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE :MAILS. Benjamin, Ephraim Coleman his x mark, mark Jas Culpeper x mark, Alfred Al-

Transit ct Peninsular Railroad Rufus Johnson, John Felder his x mark, berti his x mark Hansel Keith his x mark, Established: !S26.

Arrives daily except Sunday........ :1:37 r. M.Vo Jos mark Proctor his x Baker mark, Walter Thos Roberts hisx H M Tison his x mark, Shade Hayes his x

( .........................................10:00: A.M.Ffinandina : mark, Henry Obed Mitchell hisx mark Alexander Brinson his x mark, Henry 4.\
Young his x mark, Jacob Allen his x mark, Jack Baker his x mark
J Jacksonville Railroad- Miller his x mark, Dudley Williams his x R: W Calwell his x mark, Allen Harker his
Jui'kvinville: and St. John's River ,\
mark Jos
Longwood his mark
mark, Louis his -
Paplio x mark Robert -.- '- -
mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00: A. M. Robinson, Jas McDulFy his x mark, Samuel Tucker his mark Thos -- Ir..L; i
( (Northern mail also .......... x Franklin his x I II.'I'
sea ) 10:00: A.M. Vickery his x mark, Jos:: Bowls his mark, mark Allen t7' j; ,
Mitchell his x mark, Stephen !i: T ,
\uuday Mailj.t'ksonville Peter Miller Sable Keyser his x mark, Isaac Morris mark Richard Roberts .... \. \-. .boo. ."'1..
s.x Sr. nis .
Slinrklev his .
; and St. John's River, x mark. Lewis Josenh his x
Kicliani Tho'mah:: is'xT
:lrrives.....................................Av:*-MJ A. 4**. mark Gilbert Dorsey his x mark, Moses Williams, Nicholas Fosterin1 markGeorge his x mark -w::

NurtiuTH mail arrives................. 9:00 r. M. Taylor, Jos Gibbs his x mark, Chas Williams John Whaley his x mark.Peter Peterson hisx -
.lai-bonville: St. John's Rh'erand his x mark, Wallace Dawkins hi.s x mark mark Daniel Smith his x mark, Henry = T __

t tin1 North, closes....................... Goo: A, :M.ijickvinville Frank Emerson his x mark, Daniel R Baxter, Franklin. P W King, M Ferreira Richard
!: \ and St. John's River Simon Johnson, Ed Mordecai, Robt Butler W II Godfrey. Wabby Washington his tu kt rc94._

only closes............................. 4:00: P. 101..I.t. his x mark, Harry M :Smith:; John Stephen mark. Chas E Purdy, Petcr Johnson his x x

:)t. Mary's Rit'er- his x mark Henry \Vclls\ Stepney Green mark: Washington Little his x mark, Pa-
his John
p.4.t Mary's and Crandall, arrives x mark Amen, Summersault rish Simmons his x mark. Levy Le gins hisx

)Monday and Thursday..............7:00: A. M.A.rriw" Cooper his x mark, Tony Riley! his x mark, mark, John L Smith, Emil Friend, Wm MANUFACTURERS
Tuesday and 1.'rida".2:00: r. M. Henry Holzendorf Sr his x mark Henry Lake Thos Heidt, G Stark, Chas II Berg

('lo",- Tnesday and Friday":..........3:00: r. M.St. Holzendorf his x mark, Jacob Harris hisx Wm II Courier, Arthur Steil, Wm L Hard- OFPicks .
t. Mary and llungenessWcdnes-: mark. Sandy Sye his x mark, Augustus ing, Thos Hubbard. Axes Hatchets

day mid Saturday; arrives.........11:00 A. M. Mosley his x mark, Harry C Johnson, John ;
>(Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00 p. M. We, the undersigned certify that all the
:IJItr.r'olll; : Monday and Thurs Crandall, Stephen Steward his xmark, David above names were signed in our presence.F. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY

day, arrives :.........................2:00: r. :M. Freeman his x mark, Geo Hill his x mark, R. KRUSE.
''MVS :MoiuLy and Thursda\.8:00: A.M. Daniel Mitchael his x mark B F Rich, A J GUSTAVEflNKLEY, TOOLS FOR FAR2 AND PLANTATIONS.Also
Alonzo Warren Chas J .

Ed Henderson Johnson his his x x mark mark,,W John Lizzemore Jones, Peter his x THOMAS WILKERSOX, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS

AH Whom it May Concern mark. Cam Robinson his x mark. Jordan OESAR HOGARTH BAKER WILLIAMS, : Of all sizes and pric; ,: .'. 'a $ $ .;-:?, :Plowing Machines.

WILL HEREBY TAKE NOTICE, Smith Freeman Ferril his x mark :Mingo R. A. M'BEAX. Farmers will receive! vaiuab'c: :JnfDrrrj .
Anderson his ::ticn.
mark. IIel1rfartin &c.
x catalogues
M That. I, P. L. MURPHY, AdminisIrat :x P. W. KING' by writing to the makers ,
mark Merrick
his mark ,
x Henry
estate of Patrick Murphy} ae- DANIEL KING
I'-ascii!I. will make application to the Judge Harker his x murk Daniel Johnson his x J. C. RUTISHAUSER, COLLINS & CO., 282 \.Ja :or St., New York.
"t'thp( rircuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit mark Wm Joseph, Gco Avery his x mark, JULIUS KLOTZ.

"i Florida, at Chambers, in chancery sitting Geo Riley his x mark John C Rntishauser, LOUIS JENKINS.

lit' tin- City of Jacksonville, Florida in said John A Ellermann R Austin W II Pope,
1'il'l'uit' C A Noyes, E P Xoyes, J W Flynn B F DR.
> on the 26th day of February, A. D. STATE OF CLARK JOHNSON'SBLOOD
1SM, for a decree authorizing and Waas, J II Mooney, Warren Mason, John \
empower Gardner, A B Hobein CO UNTY OF NASSAU, JOn
'11I I'; iii t'. as Administrator aforesaid, to sell Henry Albert
!1ir: ('ikribution,and dispose of, the Glaiber, Frederick Krusc, Alfred Lucas Jas this day personally appeared beforeme '
following s
''i''+,'rilted lands and real estate, situated and Mooney, Hill C Bradford, Z Xikola, John Arthur Steil, tome well (known, who, INDIAN SYRUP

?wing in the counties of Alachua and Levy Barr, Carl L Lange, Henry Muller, Jacob being duly sworn doposeth and says that

'lII.oaid State, and in the Fifth Judicial Cir-, Klarer, Owen Kelly Jos :Mode, C II Huot, each and every name or mark affixed to the r

t-1It of Florida, and beyond the limits of the J F Lohmann Wm P Streety, J S Lee C II above petition was the act and deed of the

'""ttrth: Judicial, within which letters of ad Saunders. Geo L Martin, C W Morgan, W E party purporting to have signed the same, Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels

ministration were granted on said estate Gray W J Godfrey, 0 J Van Xostrand, Carl and that said signatures were signed in the Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
Frank, J E Madden Thos : of at least
winch lands are described follows Medden Charles presence two creditable witnesses,
In the town of Archer,as in the : Muller, Antonio Armentero Jos II Newton, and that there was no fraud, bribery or deception efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and

.\bdlUa. !said State-Lots one and county two ((1 0 Jasper W Latham, Jos Higgins: A Waas, J in procuring said signatures or pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to
alld\ Douglas, 0 B :Murray John McDermott marks of said whose Man
!\ in Block No. 17, and Lots 7. 8 and 9 Jos persons names appear
1'('11. tight and nine) in Block No. Wilkenson Robt Fitzgerald his x mark signed to the above petition.
1 Henry Barker, P W 0 Koerner J ARTHUR STEIL.
IWCIlt three Mitchel
according to the TO
{'''an of said town of Archer and map in the his x mark, Ben Mitchael his x mark. Win Subscribed and sworn to before me, this DYSPEPSIA.Trade .

"wn of Waldo, in said ;of Alachua Knabb his x mark, Frank Foster his x 22d day of February, 1884. Mark.
Lot.. mark, Charles A Newman CHAS. II. BERG
Nos. I and 10 (nine and ten) in Block Henry Hart ,
Y' ". -.M- (twenty-two), according to the ma Ephraim Latham his x mark, Thomas HoP Notary Public.WEEK'S AGENTS..ANTEDLaboratory
"r zendorf his x mark Aaron ---------
McCall --
l Plan of said town of Waldo his x --- ---- ----
and in
'jmnty! of ; the mark. Jeremiah Thomas his x mark, David 77 West Third St. New York
Levy, said State-the N.E. J, and City. Druggists sell it
:the. \,E.l i of the X.W.: Section 35 ( Moody his x mark Simon Owens his x A BEADiKG( FREEFOR
) mark, Geo DeMotte his x mark Louis
//tli Township 12 (twelve) S., R. 14 (four- Hams his mark SIX GOOD FAMILIES. CEDAETOWJT, GA., June 20th, 1881.
x Cyrus Howard his
II.1 East. -20(O acres; according to the stat- x Dr. Clark folmsoa-\fr children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of
'II"t' i"u' Mich' cases provided. mark, LatSmore Edwards his x mark Jas Send your name and the sine and address of fire ( Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. your
Love his x mark, Jefferson Harris his x ;Tour ntitchbors orfrieidson a postal card 46
.\ci IlUustrator' P. MURPHY, mark James Bell Wm B Bell. Jos Baker and get fire for y"ut.s<-lf aid each RUDIE CANTLER.
of Estate of Patrick Murphy of them a specimen copy of
.k\wsed. his x mark, Obed McDonald his x mark,

------- 9-30d' Geo Sopsion his x mark, Fred Gibson his x THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. IDOW'S

,. mark, Butler Francis his x mark Moses I.

TO XOTICE Armstrong his xmark, Daniel Williams hisx 1 11th Atlanta JAMAICA GINGER .
Owners Gons titn lion.:1 CORDIAL
of Lands Sold for mark, Chatham Clinch his x mark, David HORACE
Taxes. Joseph, Jas Morris his x mark, Charles DREW ,

COMPTROLLER'S Cooper his x mark Wm Jones his x mark OUR / "UNCLE REMUS'S" world-famous NOT AX ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
Tallahassee Fla.. Dec. 18.18S3. Henry Scott his x mark, Jetty Burrows, W I Sketches of the old Plantation Darkey. "Bookseller. Stationer, but contains all the medicinal properties -

1 ARTIISWHOSEL WERE SOLD J II Snead, H.T Reddick his x mark, Henry THREE 1 "BILL ARP'S" Humorous Lettersfoi Printer and Binder. of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
t/iris Keyser his x mark, Abraham Tremmins his is pleasant to take and
State for very ,
Mar 1 I taxes Prior to the 3d of HUMOROUS }the Home and Hearth Stone.
153 will x mark Geo Clinch his x mark, Robert
iUfVr take
notice that after theIHJubSl5'ISS4 (( HAMILTON'S" adventures CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE :
the McDonald his x mark, Roman Cribb, John WRITERSilBETSY'
i certificates sale
will Alberty his x mark Freeman Copeland hisx told In the "Cracker" dialect.
f'<-r tl f"!:; purchase by any one applying mark, Manuel Nattiel his x mark Ambrose War Stories School Books and Orange Wraps COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC
!I. Vftfc anti flaying amount Sbttche of Travel, \* >rfoems ;
;'1W '. I date required bytliat Roberson his x mark, Jno Elbert hisx Fun, JSdcenturei, "TA harm,"
1 I' "l r elr no notice or preference The Household Now A SPECIALITY. DIARRIKEA, DYSEXTERY,
i Correspondence
tttiri I i to be given to mark Edward Rodgers his x mark, Owen ,

:;) \owners.\'. D. BARNES Love, Jas Lang, Jr, Thomas Lang his x A World of Instruction and Entertainment. PAIXS in the Stomach and Bowels,
J -4t mark, Adam Young, J B Bellows, Wm --
Comptroller. Twelve Pages. The Brightest and best Weekly
Sharpe A W Lohman Jas Drummond hisx :
Pleases every member of the Family. and lIALARLby wanning and stimulating -
pjjLiberal discounts to Teachers and
Voffee mark Roman Tracy his x mark Chas W ;
to Tax-Payers. the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy ;
I flow Estes, Cupid Armstrong his x mark,- Law- SEND A POSTAL FOR A SPECIMEN COPY, FREE Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on action. Sold by

vc.trX. city' of Prepared to receive the taxes rence Wilson his x mark. July Mitchael hisx Address "THE COKSTTTOTIOK: : : ," Atlanta, Ga. PALMER BUG'S

:; I'crnandina. assessed for the mark, :Abraham Walker]his mark, Alonzo application. Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.

J. E. MEDDACGII, Jones Edward Bailey his x mark, Van For Sale at a Bargain.A STREET.f'
_. City Tax 59 BAY -Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA
1''rnaudit Collector. Ellisson his x mark Thos Wilkerson his x .
.. ', December Miller's Piano. GIXGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
15. 1883
: mark S A Mode Newton his
,I. FRED W. HOYT. without peppei. 22THE
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"; ; i / THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 1, 1884.: t : :
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, "J ;; THE-FLORIDA MIRROR. worthy source 1 that a bold attempt was to be The Florida Railway and Navigation JI"t1IXE.I I !! : EXAMINE -

made' to rob the State ,Treasury. We have C01lJ.1Jany. .' I EXAMINE
I Port of Fernandina. .0 ., EXAMINEOUR
evidence that asimilar
: pretty positive
; fS.OO
ll' ; attempt at robbery was to have been THE CONSOLIDATION OF TilE MAIN TRUNK LINESOF .
a I Saturday, March 1.1048 A.M. 11:15 P.)l.t;
: F.ctw I Reflections. made in this city, which fortunatelyso RAILWAY OF FLORIDA. Sunday, 2..11:37 -:... ,," .. OUR

-:, .:, far has only tended to increasethe The annual meeting of the stockholdersof I Monday, 3...... 0:08 0:32 'I'" OUR

t'l l of the threatened It is Tuesday, 4...... 1:08 1:36" ", .. ; -
vigilance, parties.
y. .The Board of County Commissioners meets the Florida '-Transit & Peninsular, the Wednesday, 5...... 2:13" 2:41" NEW
.J." evident that a band of expert cracksmen is "' NEW
': Wednesday next. Thursday, G...... 3:16 '3:46
& Indian River and the Fernan-
"' in the State and it behooves the police Leesburg Friday 7...... 4:18" 449": NEW
The storm signal was displayed at the Railroads held in ,-l- -
authorities to keep a sharp lookout for sus- dina & Jacksonville was '
'Y signal station on Thursday.Mr. STOCK
'fl; picious characters.Mr. this city Thursday. At this meeting articles ENTERED. STOCK

:Mr. :Mead E. Hunt 'occupies the desk in Feb. 23-S. P. City of Bridgeton: Dennette STOCK
Boone, the engineer of the train last were presented and agreed upon, consolidating -
Savannah with and
;5'i the clerk's office at the Mansion House. freight
D week.which struck the colored man, while the three roads represented, and with passengers to W. B. Tucker OF
Our streets have been enlivened by the 1
in intoxicated condition agent. OF
lying asleep an
:' ': .;, presence of many visitors during the past on the railroad track near Starke, informsus the Florida Central & Western, whose stock- 44 23-Schr.George B. McFarland, Strong, OF
; '; week. holders met Boston ; stone, to master.
',: yesterday, forming one com-
j that the man was not killed as was commonly 23-Nathaniel Lank, Fleming, Balti- ELEGANTELEGANT

.}..''i.; D. II. Denton and wife, of Chicago, who supposed by the passengers. The pany. The following directors were electedfor more; brick etc., to master.! .

,".4 spenta few days at the Egmont last week, leftWednesday cow-catcher of the engine struck him on the new company : From the Leesburg -S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, ELEGANTPOCKET
>'f# l.GSO tons New York freight:
evening for the North. the side of the head him off the ;
knocking & Indian L.1.. Lawson
.7 River Company, ; and passengers, to R. W.South-
'fy:: Rev. W. H. Neilsen, of Trenton, N. J., rail and inflicting an ugly wound. He was wick agent.: POCKET
from the Fernandina & Jacksonville Company
,-J with his daughter! and Miss Reed have been stunned for some time, but after awhile 26-S. S. Invertay. Crate, Port Royal ; POCKET

; spending a few days in our city at the :Egmont. picked himself up and walked to his home, E. H. Harriman and W. Bayard Cut- ballast, tn 'Vm. Lawtev.
27-S. P. of
City Bridgeton. Dennette. AND
some two miles from Starke. His being ting; from the Florida Transit & Peninsular Savannah, with freight and pas- AND

,'. The steam-yacht: Magnolia, owned by Mr. struck in the head accounts for his remark- Road 1, E. N. DSckerson, D. L. Yulee, B. S. sengers, to W. Tucker, agent. AND .

F. of Philadelphia called at this able escape from a horrible death. CLEARED.
,,; Rogers, Henning, E. Smith and Ferd. W. Peck. '
port Tuesday on her way to the St. Johns We are glad to see that a considerable t i' Feb. 23-S. P.City of Bridgeton Dennette. TABLE
additional directors elected
! Eight were Savannah with freight and pas-
I river. number of trees are being planted along our TABLE
by W.B.Tucker agent.
yesterday at a meeting of the stockholdersof sengers
I .' Mr. B. A. Tuttle, of Auburn, N. Y., and streets. It adds very greatly to the attrac- 23--Schr. D. ,Yo Hunt Baker New .

. ) T. C. Tucker, of Cincinnati, who have been, tion of our city. Every lot-owner should the Florida Central & Western. York ; lumber C. A Fairchild. CUTLERY.CUTLERY

J .. fl doing the South together, spent a week at put out trees as a matter of profitable investment The meeting of the stockholders of the 25-Schr.Georgetown Nathaniel S.Lank C.; light, Fleming, master., CUTLERY,

-t :. the adding much to the market valueof of San Wilder
: Egmont. Florida Central & Western Railroad yester- 28-S.S. City Antonio ,
I ]his premises. The trees borderingthe York SCISSORS,
orange 1,680 tons, New ; freight
Collector Scott informs us that his books
; day ratified the articles of consolidation, and SCISSORS,
and R. W.South
streets of Palatka have been worth passengers, by -
will be closed to-night and on SCISSORS
:' '! positively thousands of dollars in giving a reputationto from to-day there will be only one company wick. agent. s-
; Monday he will proceed to advertise all de 27-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette
linquents.The that thriving city for beauty and attrac- "THE FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION Savannah ; with freight and ETC.,

tiveness. We know of no place that possessesmore COMPANY." passengers by W. B. Tucker, ETC.,
Mansion House, we are pleased to agent. ETC.,
natural beauties of position than Fer-
state, is doing a fine business this season. It Referring to the meeting of the stockholders "28-Schr. E. A. Danenhauer, Johnson,
nandina, and a little public spirit in pro- & WHICH
is a first-class family hotel, and well deserving moting as far as each one can, its adornment the Times-Union. says : Philadelphia Bro. ; lumber, Camp WHICH

of patronage. will make it ;second to none in Plans for the extension of old roads and 28-Brig Spes et Fides Hesby, West WHICH

'.I An excursion train will leave here next beauty. the construction of new ones inside and out Hartlepool; lumber, Davis Bro. WE

Wednesday morning for St. Augustine, returning The tourist who in rising in the morning of the State were,submitted and approved, IN PORT. WE

the same day. Fare for the round and it was understood that at an early,date Steamship Invertay (Br.), Craig. WE
i throws open'the shutters of his room at the Schr. Silas C. Evans Endicott. -
$2.50. See notice elsewhere.C. steamers would be running in connectionwith
Egmont Hotel is greeted with a view that is Schr. Chas. E. Lester Truitt. OFFEROFFER

C. Corbin, a prominent manufacturer marked with all the luxuriance and beautyof this system,between Florida ports and Schr. Mary L. Allen Butler.
foreign and domestic Schr. Flora Rogers Jamieson. -' > OFFERAT
Webster Mass. who engaged accommo- ports.
semi-tropical vegetation, for the hotel is Schr. Susan H.Ritchie. Bartlett.
dations days arrived at the Eg Mr. Cummings,of the "Nickle-plate" road,
some ago, situated opposite the Orange-Palmetto Park > Schr. Arthur Burton, Crockett.
with his wife Wednesday.Mr. of New York, and other prominent railroadmen Schr. C. Moore.
on AT
mont of Fernandina. The Egmont is a new house, Benjamin Terry,
have taken hold of the new system, Schr. George B. )McFarland Strong. j AT
and Mrs. R. W. Southwick left on complete in its appointments and luxuri-
and the organization as it is to be will give
Saturday last for New Orleans to witness the ously furnished. In excellence of cuisine, SURPRISINGLYSURPRISINGLY
evidence of the of the to Wanted.
Mardi Gras festivities, which were held in fastidiousness of service, etc., it is designed ability company
make extensive improvements in which An experienced lumber inspector and
that city this week, returning yesterday. to meet the demands of a refined and cultivated SURPRISINGLYLOW
marker must be accurate and quick.J. .
not only Jacksonville is greatly interested, ;
Dr. J. B. Upham of Boston, who went class-in evidence of which we need C. READ Fernandina.For .
but the entire population of the State, and
North a short time since for his two only add that it is under the proprietorshipand LOW
determined that Florida shall not
daughters, returned with them on Wednesday i management of George W. Kittelle, they are Sale.A LOW
be controlled but that two
and they will spend several weeks at formerly proprietor of :Maplewood Hall, by a monopoly, second-hand piano. Will be sold cheap PRICES.
shall contest for the
strong corporations if for For further information'apply
applied soon.
the Pittsfield, Mass.: Next summer Mr.: Kittelle PRICES.
\ Egmont. business of the ntire State. at the office of
will the Baldwin at Beach Haven PRICES.
Mr. C. Strong, wife and son, of New York, open They say that the objections of Calvin II. THE MIRROR.
New Jerse-New York Home Journal.
have been stopping at the Egmont for a Allen to the coisolidation';1\ which were filed FRED

week past, and are so well pleased with the The Steamer t( Martha." with the clerk of the United States Court For Rent. FRED

hotel and its surroundings, that they intend This popular little steam-packet, having yesterday, are mofc new to them, and will The me store and on known Second as street the now New occupiedby York FREDW.

to remain several weeks. been thoroughly overhauled and received not in any way affect the design or progressof Store,'' with fixtures, etc. Desirable location. .

.. The Committee on Streets and Public Improvements her new boiler, is now ready to resume her the extensivei improvements in contem- Possession given by the middle of April. W.

1 of the City Council is filling in trips on the St. Marys river route, and will plation. PAUL FUNKE. 'v.HOYT .
Fernandina, Fla., March 1, 1884.
the low lots in the block bordered by Centre commencethem to-day. & CO.
and Fourth streets in :Arrivals. HOYT & CO.
i and Ash and Third : Just Arrived-For Sale Cheap.

preference to draining them. Another English Steamship for Win. EGMONT. I 100 barrels Lime, HOYT & CO.

I M Scheenkeisen,Wm Rank, Arthur Padelford, 150 barrels Potatoes.
Mr. It. Lukens, a wealthy Philadelphian, Lawtey. C F Comstock yacht "Ileen" S C Y C, Jas Early Rose Peerless and Burbank.
who has traveled extensively in Florida and The British steamship' Invertay, Captain Schley, C Strong,wife and son, C B Draper E II 16 A. B. NOYES. Wood, Wood
Booth and wife, J Morton, C F Howe, New York;
the West, says the Egmont is the most comfortable James Craig, arrived here Tuesday from G L Paterson A J Foskett, A L Hitchcock, II B Having recently established a WoodYardnear

thoroughly appointed and finely Palermo via Philadelphia, for Mr. Win. Upham and two daughters Boston; J R Le Roy, List of Letters Dury e's mill, provided with all the
Mrs L Brown, (George W Campbell and wife R
machinery for and
.. conducted hotel he has found. Lawtey, and is loading at the New York Lukens, G A 31 Wells, Philadelphia; II L Parsons Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina necessary sawing splitting
: and wife Miss II: L Parsons Miss R A Parsons Nassau Florida March 1 1884.
dock for the United Kingdom.The county, ,
The Egmont orchestra, consisting of three Providence, R I; A II Vail. T II Romain, Pough- FIRE-WOOD ,
commencedtheir Invertay is a new steel screw steamer, keepsie, N Y; C Zell wife and Child, Frank C Persons calling for these letters must say
pieces, cornet, violin and piano, Tucker, A II Mitchell and wife, Cincinnati Ohio; advertised I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood,
season's engagement on Monday and this being her first voyage. W R Kenyon and wife, W II Kelly and wife, : sawed to lengths for either stove or fire
Owentown Minn;,II ,G Root, L R Graves Bcnnington. Amran, E ((2)) Jones, Mrs Georgia E any ,
are receiving many well deserved compliments The Boom Continues. Vt; Mrs C L Wharton, Miss! Anna Wil- Austin, S A Jones, Celia place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .
of the hotel. Building burn, Virginia; Sn-.fI'by.: Mr and Mrs F S Doug- A. ELLEEMASS.
from the guests Anderson Maggie. Love, Drucilla
: :Mr. G. Stark, one of our most sagaciousand las, child apd mai( ,Newark, N J; Wm II Neilson ,
t The steam-yacht Missoc, owned by Mr. and daughter, :Miss Reed, Trenton, N J; James H : Anderson, Morgan Liten, Naneay
: careful business men,'is demonstrating Burst W. 0 Koemer Harry Ventch, Walker II Beach, John L Lewis, G R COTTAGE
Carnegie, and used as a despatch boat be- his faith in the growth and prosperity of 'Triche, Jacksonville, Fla" ; N Hipsley C Dilworth Blake, Julia Leauson, Frank LUCY ,
and Dungeness! was gaily and wife, Illinois? 'L A Grant and wife, Des : .Clementine
this city Bryant, FrankIoody"
:!. tween Fernandina by tangible proof. The new Moines; A L Ward. Munesto; B U Weathers Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
i decked in bunting on Tuesday last in honor brick block is not yet finished, and yet Mr. Ocala, Fla; C C Corbin, Webster Mass: ; L L Over- Beaulone, Mrs: T A McCray, Sophia
: of the corner-stone of the new man, Hillsboro, Ohio; W Noble Anniston, Ala; Bradt,,:Mrs B N Moody, Peter FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
: of the laying Stark has made still further investments. Geo A Browningn-Richmond, Va; B A Tuttle Au- Cahill, Wm :Mury, Mrs Norman

.. mansion. Itgives us pleasure to announce that he has burn, N Y; :M Stetson; Savannah, Ga; E G Akins : Cahill, Wm A ((2)) Mullin. Dora Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor
Troy N Y: Frank E Smith and wife Brunswick !
"I' A meeting of the Fernandina Baseball this week completed the,purchase of the lot Ga; Wm Flake, Live Oak, Fla; D II Denton and Coiley, Amos B Mattox,' Mat hie- without board. Table Boarders will be
wife Chicago, Ills Miss Imhie Wharton, Washington Cane, C N Nelson J G accommodated also transient.
will be held on Monday night one-half his ;
( ,' Association and immediately adjoining new ) U VV II: Colby, Meredith, N II; G T Sanford Cook, Alfred C Pyno, sick
next at the office of R. W. Southwick for block on the east and owned by Mr.Brooks, Brooklyn, N Y; J II Mabbett and wife, Kis- Campell E U Padgett Thos 2 Miss LUCY O. THO IPSOS.

the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing of Boston. Mr. Stark will at once commence Minn simmee; Wm City II; J Wood G Smith San Francisco and wife; H Minneapolis E Starbind, Couse, Frank Pratt. Mrs Nancy
Calham Isbeler
:year, and making arrangements for the erection of brick building cover and wife, Clinton, :Mass: ; Gus Vanechopen (Lafa- JosephineChess
ette House) Cedar Key; W B Fisher Marion, Ohio; Carley Co Rod well. Sharper -FORMACHINERY-
the coming season. ing the entire ground, containing two stores. Geo Churchman Delawark; Samuel Kinkack and David. Mrs S E Robinson, Samuel

4 i Messrs. J. & T. Kydd have recently received Mr. Stark intends to occupy the upper floor wife Nashville Tenn; Emil Wilhelm Switzer D.ivied, Mrs S E Skiler, Robert
t ; land; Isaac L Kemper, Baltimore; A Kidder and Delmonte Twan Shill Mrs A
an immense stock of elegant spring goods. of his corner block as a residence, and in child Jacksonville., Marquette; Miss Ogborn Mrs P Montgomery Dickey Seth, Simmons.:Maggie E : :

Our lady readers will find that these gentlemen order to guarantee light and ventilation on ; Green, Nathan Smith, S N =

; are prepared to fill the wants of' the the east, the new building will be one MANSION! HOUSE. Horken, Billy Smith, Geo

at that will story in height only. D Goldsmith, Savannah, ; F J Simmons, J Gold- Hartley Mrs Eliza Simpkins Henry
.: most fastidious prices compare forb, M F Jackson T M Doyle, L F Abbott, Jas W Hawood, Lewrina Wright, Mary L OF ALL KINDS,
: favorably with Jacksonville. ,Knott E A Carter, Russell Cress, New York; S Y Hevins Julis Welts. R W
a Fla" C K Detroit ,
Finley, ; Griggs ;
', The State Republican Executive Committee Our New Steam Engine. Frank Dixon, J A Morris Pittsburgh: Wm Italia, Hosdove, Henry Ware Horace Go to F. M. Robinson
United States Court-room in The new Tiger" steam engine, recently Chicago; E A McWhorter, St Marys, Ga; F J Inglis, John L Wilson, Mrs ,
4 : .' met at the Gurney, Westfielrtji Mass;J F Payne Munroe N C; Williams, Alexander. I
r, > Jacksonville on Wednesday last, and agreed built for us by the Taylor Manufacturing Rod McRae, Wilmi gton. N C ; LII Temple,Tran-, { 8AM'L T. RIDDELL P. pI. I .
Company of Chambersburgh Pa., is now if: sit Railroad; G Livingston; S J Sternberg, M S
t I' to call a convention to be held at St. Augus Sternberg, Emlenton, Pa; Dr E A Todd, Mrs I' MANUFACTURER' and DEALER,

r t tine on April 30th, to select eight delegates position and in working order. The hori- Walter Todd, Lawtey. Fla; W C Richardson, C J For Sale at a Bargain;
t zontal boiler for the generation of steam is Warner. Georgia; R Sieman. Fort Wayne, Ind;
I to the National Convention. Robert Turner, Akron, 0;Mizell.:: Florida; ; A J A Miller's Piano. FLORIDA.
I made of the best iron-the same as used by Hinds, Suarez Bluff; H I Griffith, Brooklyn, N Y; FRED W. HOYT. JACKSONVILLE -
Antonio of the
:, The steamship San Mallory the Baldwin Locomotive Works for locomo- J B Wood Akron, 0;F C Owens, Savannah; Tom -
Line cleared from this port for New York Gore, Gus Van Chop Cedar Key; B F Davis -
tive boilers, and has sixteen two-inch tubes, King's Ferry'; E N Stone,St Marys,Ga;J S Hutchinson -
6 ; Thursday evening with the following cargo. four feet in length. The engine is bolted to A G Pike C P Sharp, Boston; F B Avery
323 barrels rosin, 11 barrels spirits turpentine Jacksonville; C W Williard, C B Coon, Westerley, .
_'.,. the boiler and is made of the best forged R I ; W W Collins and wife, Berlin Wis; Arthur \&o
' : 19 barrels syrup 337 cases cedar, 32 Atchinson Toronto,Ont;Jas Kyle W A Hallowes, .
and steel. The is
boxes 75 packages merchandise, 20 iron engine provided with Wm C Murray, Grand Rapids Mich; W E Gra-
'. oranges the latest improved patterns of safety valves, hame, Jacksonville; J T Spickwell, Carnie, Ill;
barrels cabbages, 35 cans shrimps. I O A Weidner, Savannah; A S Proskey, Phoenix I ;' ca c2 i1r'p
balance k valve governor with stop motion, Fla; Capt Baker and wife Dungeness; J B Dun-
: A One by one the buildings destroyed by the inspirator to feed water to the boiler, etc. ham and wife, Iowa; G W Bentley, Jacksonville; TERMS e
fire being replaced by sub- J S McCartney, S J Abbott, Pennsylvania; F C -
September are The boiler was tested at a cold pressure of Bryan, W S Thomas. Duval County; J A Wilson,

'., ', stantial and handsome structures. With 150 pounds to the square inch. The boileris wife and son, Mich;Jas W Gaylord, Mary Graves,
Mode lI t lley, Mass: J S Owens, Atlanta Ga; G M Wells
the new stores to be erected by very economical in the use of fuel, and W II Dutton, W J Wheatlcy, Philadelphia; R J cf5l4ZCMtc&.1za

," Bros., Rutishauser and Stark, there will the engine works as noiselessly and smoothly Camp Campville!; Y SmithOealaCapt Moore, /
schooner Terry, J Buzzell Snarez Bluff; B G
',' only remain the two lots on the southeast as a lady's sewing machine. We feel Brown Lowell, Mass'; IIS dimming, Baltimore;

of the block to be provided for, and J II Stiff Cleaveland. 1 ,
corner under obligations to Mr. R. V.Dahoney, the H'I la =
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\ we understand that Mr. Hobein has already obliging and experienced Master Machinistof

his desire to build. The new building I. Excurslon to St. 'Augustine.
the Florida Transit sytern of railroads,
: are not only all substantial, but those upon whose advice and recommendation we I On Wednesday, March 5th, 1834 Special L ear

', of Messrs. Stark and Mode Bros when completed Train will leave/: ,?, a. in. and return the r
had this handsome piece mechanism built -
.' same <1leavil1 Jacksonville at 6GO: p. in.:
i : :(,' will be really elegant and ornamental, for us. We cannot help] but feel proud of I IJarti \\'i1lliavc five hours t and'thirty minutes '

i f, and add no little to the beauty of our cit)'. our purchase. in the Ancient Cit.v. Round trip fare .

c /t" From; a i telegraphic dispatch to the Tim a1tm&Wesl'C ---- $:!.50. Ticket's_ rc'.g.o' l1'for two days and c.--
t be had at the store of Mr. Kydd and of.the I 4q y
John A. Henderson of .
: ,.:,,; ;; that the,State officials, at Tallahassee Tallahassee was undersigned.i "' EDWIN S. LOOMK. '

F have been ,apprised from a trust- in the, city. this. ,week. ., '. ., JAMES MENZIES. ", "
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