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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
March 8, 1884
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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Ceased in 1901.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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ST..TE 1\'IHYS. year between the young trees until they be- NEW ,YORK# GOSSIP. -
I crimes to punish, on account of the unwillingness
gin to bear. _Vfe" WASHINGTON. ,
,"- of the victims
to come to the front
//CI'HOtldO. The health of Ilernando
county good, THE
statistics TilE PROPOSED NEW
as will
Las many handsome residences show. The water on an NAVAL
Brooksville nOt:8EWI\"ES-AMATEUR
SLUG- four out of ten
also average i? good : in some places it is bad. something or VESSELS-THE REPORT OF THE CIVIL SER- *
and bearing orange groves ; a GI!>G-THE CITY OVERRUN WITH BURG- other to conceal and
fear that
they investigation

court-house and jail, 3 churches, 1 printing The summers are long; but the thermometer LARS, THIEVES AND BLACKMAILERS. VICE COMMISSION, ETC.
may expose the sore Hence To the Editor
seldom spot. of the Mirror
1 drug tore, 1 tine hotel, marks above SO. This is owing :
11 stores, To the Editor
office. of the Mirror: when they are victimized
2 restaurants and 2 boarding to the constant breezes from the Gulf and they prefer to WASHINGTON, D. C., March 1. ,
(newly built), NEW YORK March grin and bear it
1, 1884. rather than make an outer The present Congress has
the Atlantic. The done much
I The honorable summer nights to
housed and lawyers. are generally -
1 2 With spring at outdoors '. Those
: collection of } private detective agencies are force the conclusion that the House
cool and of
In law and medicine pleasant. The winters are Representatives -
representatives gastronomic geniuses, the t Ichthyophagous largely responsible for the crop of black- has
delightful and grown to be a cumbersome
and comfort
do in their they
much to professions
not finding Club are preparing for more exploits in the i mailers. They naturally dabble to a great and unwieldly
not body, consisting in
business. are surpassed by those of other great
1 have all gone into the orange Onegentleman country/ Excellent fish any way of eating things .from which other people I extent in shady work, procuring evidence part of aspiring dunces and exhaustless wind
has live acres Brooksville in a are found in all would turn i iiT Their
di divorces
gnst. mission is for etc. Now you may imaginethe bags The
the ponds lakes and young representatives
river come
the trees in this up
bearing orange grove ; oyster to teach the world at how class of
large many things men that give themselves up to from the rural districts
obtained big with the
seed planted in 1872. It are on the coast. Game of all impres-
grove came from there are good to. eat the work of "
n .Ncheap and v/hole- shadowing, and as a natural sion that the of
three and kinds is plentiful ; deer, bears, wild turkeys eyes Europe and Rhode
been hearing for years, at that ime
has some which
,.... passed by on ac- consequence, when business is dull they doa Island[ are upon them, and that
squirrels i iI they must
partridges, etc. be
found in
has, repeatedly refined $30,000 for it. can count of absurd little .
owner prejud.i4jS. remember hunting their
lr not 'I. on own account so as not fail to answer the
expectations of
The hammock huuis of the county are divided every portion of the county. Uncleared so very long ago that! 'one o'f the fraternity, to have material on hand. maiden aunts. their-
They make
into three classes : First, the black pine land, belonging to private parties, can veteran bachelor,'by tr speeches inv
who Incoming vessels
car, occupies ocean report enormous season and out of The .
be season. real
bought for
$5 to $20
hammock ; Mcond, the yellow loam or mu- per acre, us. cosy quarters Fifteenth street as a quantities] of field ice about the banks from of the country lags and
uncleared languishes in
hammock order-
latto soil ; third, the grey hammock or pep- :: belonging to man would care to live in, asking me to dinner one to five feet thick. Captain Brooks, of that these impudent
private parties, sell at from $10 to $30 may have an
per and salt land. The growth of the black per After the !fish a covered dish was he Arizona passed a field of nearly 200 opportunity to drawl speeches in which.

hammock is oak, hickory, red bay, magnolia acre. brought in. -" Xow miles in
my boy, said mine extent. Mariners fear this choppedice neither the country nor
humanity have
cedar, ash, cherry, wild orange trees, etc. people of Hernando county welcomeall host, c'if your stomach'is in no way foolish worse than they do icebergs, for the slightest interest, and which from the

The texture of the soil is very black ; its good and sturdy immigrants from every i. I will have this dish removed without presence of the latter can be felt for miles standpoint are bad examples of bad a literary

average depth is:: between ten inches and country. Those that come here and settle, having the cover taken off; butit is one of away, while field ice, a ship is frequently oratory. a schoolof

three feet. Its substratum is marl, with a and arc industrious economical and tem- which I am very fond." I assurred him, in the midst of it before her course can be The Senate is now
of carbonate of lime mak- perate, need have no fear concerning the deliberating over the
large percentage that even if I could
not; enjoy a thing myself changed, so rapidly does it close. proposed new naval vessels and
the House-
ing it an' inexhaustible bed: of f rtiJi.zingJnat- future.-D. Timibull in Louisville News. I liii'J no objection to others nt.ti>mnfiiu is ... ... .
"--n"n" ---,- talkin about the cattlp____ (.i. :..." .,.......1-.
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ter. Tins flats Will prouuce in abundance to derive pleasure from it. \\'ell," said .l
Marlon. There
all kinds of fruit and vegetables and agricultural lie, removing the cover and HAILllOAD NOTES. was a lively
displaying a lot skirmish the
question of
A having
products. The soil of the yellow correspondent of the Ocala Banner says : of crisped brown pro-
things for
looking all
the posed steel cruisers
mulatto hammock is I mean that the temperance people have to THE INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY.-.Capt.,W. made in Government
loam or generallythree world like pieces of thick cord "
i ... these are navy-yards, or put out
on contract to
the that L. the
support government Powell
enacts the representing the interests
] and
feet deep, not bleach after angle worms feed ttiem for n few lowest
days on bidder in
being exposed to the sun for years. The laws legalizing the sale of spirituous liquorsas milk. That makes them larger, fatter and of the Gordon railroad, arrived in Butler and Beck, which Senators Vest. Haler

Mibatratum of this soil is divided between a beverage. Erase those laws and make lighter in color, and at the same time rids the: city yesterday by the steamer Cygnus.In tried to dignified participated.with their The Senator, .

drunkenness crime, as it is the of an interview we ascertained the severity, however -
marl and clay. The growth is the same as parent them of whatever sat and earth that followingfacts and
may no
black hammock, except the trees are not as so many ; then will temperance flourish in cling to them. When *they arc to be cooked in regard to the road : opposed the was done. Senator Vest -',.
provisions of
land the bill, which he
our and every ,
large. The grey hammock is not so fertileas other virtue. What a. they are dusted with flour, and dropped into The reason why the road has not moved said, permitted the

the mulatto soil; the soil is not so deep first power for good will the nation be which boiling oil, lardor; butter. The result isthese along faster heretofore, has not been on account either to have the work Secretary done in of the the Navy

and usually to when sets this example. But if we cannot of not had offers navy-
runs clay ; it runs to beautiful"cri having enough for
1 ps. They are eaten witha yards, and use it for political if he
wart it is more fertile. just yet bring about the national reformation maUd d'1a;tcl sauce, made of drawn butter flue purchase of bonds, but rather the diffi- chose to do purposes
or to give it to the lowest
TIle pine lands are also differently cl ssi- on this question, let us do our best to a dasti'of cayenne, a squeeze of lemon, culty of determining which offer to accept. bidder, which meant John Roach the
bring about reformation con-
tied. The best pine lands have a heavy a in Ocala. How a suspicion of parsley, and a touch of Worcestershire or what would be the most favorable modeof tractor for the four vessels ordered by the

growth of pitch-pine ; the surface for ten or can this will be be done? Well by institutingwhat sauce; which; gives tone to the putting the bonds on the market. Since last Congress, as nobody else under the termsof

fifteen inches deep is a dark vegetablemold the a permanent counter attraction whole. Try sonic?" Appetizing as his Capt. Powell was here; last, the Hon. J. C. the bill could compete for these vessels.
; underneath is a chocolatecoloredsandy There are great number description, my mind had not yet soaredto New, Asst. Secretary of the Treasury, gen- This aspersion aroused Senator Hale who
in ,
loam, several feet in depth, with a whose homes are elsewhere ; such lofty gastronomical feats, and I declined erally acknowledged as being the clearest- arose to defend his friend Secretary Chand

stratum of lime-stone, marl and clay. I many are clerks in the various stores, others with thanks. headed financier in this country, togetherwith I ler. Luckilv. he said he had not lived lone

are mechanics who have come here to work. I On Gen. .Jas. A. Williamson ex-U..
This land Saturday evening the New York Athletic S. enough to
is fertile
very and produces all When their day's work is suspect everyone holding an important -
over they naturally Land Commissioner
the fruits Club, which contains its lists of and since then connected place in the
tropical vegetables, and agricultural seek some change. Where among executive branch of the
can they members some of the most fashionable with the Atlantic and Pacific Rail- Government
in and of
products the being
greatest abundance. spend their corrupt.. promised
This class of pine land is found in large Ocala afford evenings? Does the town of I I richest young man iivtnVcity, gives its annual road, have United with' Gen.,Gordon- in his it there_was a Democratic administration for"r
any place either of shelter instruction ) -----
enterprise. )[r.'New resigning his -
bodies cast, south, and southeast of Brooks- boxing tournament Tammany Hall. secretary- the next four years that he would continue "

yule, in the celebrated Fort Dade country. either or about amusement? Xo, they must This is an event looked forward to with ship and Gen. Williamson his position on to dedicate himself to building up the American -
hang the
streets or visit the the Atlantic and
It is more eagerly sought than the ham- saloon, and know much interest,for the audience is treated not Pacific road. They have navy, and would not be found raking
we what that
means. determined to issue the bonds
mock lands, because it is cheaper, cleared at There is needed to the hide and seek methods of professionals as a "popularloan among the muck-heaps of the past insinuat-
a public reading room sup- but to ," the plan of which is not given, but,
give and take ing that
less expense, and produces the largest and plied with the daily and hitting. Last everybody is corrupt who holds a
papers books, it will be done in such
the a mannneras to meet
finest orange trees, which are less subject to where the could was brutal. One could high place. The Missouri orator was againon

disease i than those raised on hammock- the exening men in go and read or spend hardly get one's self to believe that the_n_ with the immediate approval- of all who his feet saying, I think I am about as

land.: The second class pine lands are not friend, or profitable in innocent conversation witha blood-stained, dazed and battered up crea- have money for safe, reliable and profitable amiable as the average Senator, but when a
engage suchas
games, investment.-Florida Herald.
covered with black mould ; the soil is yellowto draughts, chess, etc.; let part of the tures that were taken upon their bottleholder's gentleman, by my permission, interruptsme

the depth of several feet, with a clay building be reserved for gymnastic exercise knee and revived, were the fine THE FLORIDA MIDLAND & GEORGIA R. R.- and then interjects an entire speech into

foundation. This class of pine is not so which would prove an attraction to the handsome fellows that grace the avenue ofa Mr. W. F. Hughey, who has been in theempluy my argument, I think it is a stretch of

fertile as the other, but produces good crops young men ; let a refreshment table be ad- pleasant afternoon. The boxing last year of the Florida, Midland & Georgia courtesy. The Senator from Maine has

and fine groves. These pine lands are high ded where a cup of coffee, glass of lemonade consisted of "slugging" from start to Railroad Company since commencement of paraded epithets like meteors from northern

and rolling, and of the finish. Had the participants; been common the in skies, muck-heaps' and other
some valleys are or ice water, could be obtained for a small survey answer to a telegram left elegant

covered with beautiful clear water lakes, charge. A place where the clergymen of professional pugilists, the police would have : Madison, Monday afternoon for Valdosta to i names." Later he said the allegation of

that are teeming with fish. There are fine the various denominations could mix with interferred. As they were fashionable amateurs meet a party of gentlemen from New York, fraud in the navy-yards was first made by

orange groves in every portion or Hernando the company and take turns in who knocked each ''other out for fun who are to have supervision of the con- Senator Butler, to whom he alluded as the ,
county, and no commercial fertilizer has weekly lectures, both entertaining and in- and glory, the police encouraged them. It struction. Since writing the above Mr. assistant adjutant-general of Mr. Hale. The

ever been used to produce them. Some structive.In is understood that the fun will be even Hughey has returned and the news he South Carolina Senator replied that he was

plant pea-vines between their young trees ; l livelier this year, and hence tickets of admission brings is certainly cheering to the friends of the ally of no one on this question ; that he

this is the only fertilizer ever needed. Thereare my last, reference was made to large have been at a great premium for the enterprise, if it does not convince the was loyal to his party, but would dischargea

fine bodies of pine and hammock land purchases of land at Bellview, by a party of two weeks. I skeptical that the building of the road is a public duty whether the justice accrued to

on the IIomosassa river, near the Gulf, and Boston capitalists, who propose starting a The president of the club, by the way, is certainty. He informs us that a number omen f opponents or adherents. Senator Vest told

twenty-five miles northwest of Brooksville. thrifty colony. Since then C. L. Robinson, William R. Travers. the genial Wall street experienced in railroad constructioncivil that a personal friend of his, an officer of

The Homosassa: oranges are the finest in the of have Jacksonville, and Mr. Foss, of Boston, man and diner out. lIe is an accomplished engineers, etc.-have arrived at Valdosta the navy had appealed to him! for God's
made additional
world ; they have repeatedly taken the purchases. Besides all-around sportsman and patron of sport. to commence the work ; the depot sake to vote for this bill, but he had replied i.
the Mason tract of 400 and
premium for the best oranges produced in Mr. Pelot's 150 The Travers' Cup at Saratoga is a racing grounds at Valdosta have been surveyedand "You are mistaken, it is for John Roach

Florida. acres, they have bought 100 acres from' Mr. event founded by him. Every season he staked off; that the paraphernalia and sake, God has nothing do with it." Senator

Strode at $12.50 an acre, another 1GO acres offers many prizes and trophies to he sailed tools for Butler then said about
Ilernando county has a population of necessary the work of grading, something the Missouri -
of Mosen for
$3,000 80
acres from a coloredman for
xOOo--her population has doubled within by the different yacht clubs, and so far purchased in New York, are expected every Senator allowing himself to be corruptly .
name forgotten $1,000 and the
the paM four years. A majority of this pop- of Green and Nichols, homes I! as other out-door sports are concerned, day to arrive; and the company has sent out approached, which remark the latter'

ulation are immigrants from the Southern railroad land, east of tract., also The 1,000 acres of the medals offered by him are innumerable.He agents (Mr. II. being one) to employ handsto said was not fair, manly, just or generous-

and Western states. Society is purchasers is very witty, and as he is a stutterer of com mence work next Monday morning The former next accused Senator Vest of
hospitable, will take
possession first of
September the
t'IWrllUS and refined. These most atrocious kind, who cannot say ten They want three hundred hands immediately undue sensitiveness, and as it was time for-
qualities are when
l'haral't'rbtic of Southern The ; the.Y'lropose erecting a large hotel words consecutively, his sense of humor and Besides the above preparations, Mr. the Senate to adjourn the little tilt wasbroucht -
peo- and store to clear
out Roach
; and
ple are active and industrious in all the departments quaint expressions are atitimes almost excruciating J. B. Lipscomb, Jr., tells us that the company to an end.

of business. Hernando is the stock it with carp, and lay out a beautiful In his younger and vainer days has engaged his teams /or the work. The report of the Civil Service Commission

bunie of the poor man. A park around it, then erect a commanding he at one time proposed to place himself Skeptics may say this is all buncombe. If is on its way to Congress. It is at present :
man can
poor school
cone here. and with $15 can get from the building and make it an educational under medical care with a view to remedy it is. we are decidedly of the opinion that detained at the White House by the Presi

i-'overnment: a homestead of 1GO center, especially for feeble and delicate ing this defect; but his friends said "don't the Florida, Midland fc Georgia Railroad dent, who desires to submit some accom
land lie must improve it and live acres on it children from the North, who cannot endure you do it, Bill, you will lose your principal Company arc paying a big price for it. To panying remarks. It is: thought he is in.

for live the rigors of that frigid clil 1e. They stock in trade if you give that stutter the favor of continuing the commission
years, at the end of this time he up us evidence looks conclusive that the withsuch
makes" i, will sell building lots to no one who will not and you will sink into being modifications of its
a linal proof, the Government a nobody. work has not only been commenced but powers as results
pays to erect "
obligate a dwelling worth
:'15 more, and gets his His $000. It I g-g-guess y-y-S'ourer-r-r-ripghtf"said- will be pushed vigorously to completion, thus far seem to warrant. The Senate de-
patent. home-
is to be model
'It'.hi l will then be worth thousands a settlement in every par- liam, and held fast to his war cry. He is and we predict that ere midsummer has murrs to the action of the Howse in its absolute -
of dollar ticular and Mr. Foss is
provided he has been industrious a gentleman who not rich the way rich men are rated now, come Valdosta and Madison will be linked repeal of the ironclad oath, and insists -
wanajaHl\ Money is has successfully engineered a similar scheme but, as he has about three or four million together with iron bonds.-Madison New Era on encumbering the bill with a proviso.There .

"Uiury, and plentiful in this on the St. Johns River, says it can be done snugly invested he need not fear endinsr.., his ---- are a few venerable gentlemen hiving
so -
are jobs such
',:tUlillt;. cutting cedar clroringrland, as building, here and expresses surprise that this county days in the poor-house. TUB CITY OF COLUMBUS." who belonged to the United States army and

rails, setting out young, and, splitting atjcuding has remained so long neglected.-Cor. Ocala Never in all my experience," said a detective The United States Inspectors, who have navy before the war and afterward went
: groves Banner.
to old ones. The laboring: man of twenty years' standing to me the been engaged in the investigation of the into the Confederate service. The Senate Is

$uo to $5.00 per day ; this depends gets on The Press Association. other evening, has this city been so overrun City of Columbus disaster :have made their fearful they'will be asking for quarters on

the bubincss he is with thieves, burglars, blackmailers and report, holding Captain Wright responsiblefor the retired list after a while and wants to f
following. The finest We shall take in .
vegetables of kind publishing confidence men as at present; and the majority not being at his post of duty and delegating bar them out of the Treasury by statute.'
every are raised in this of
the Press
proceedings Association and
unty through the of them are strangers. We are fast the performance of the duties of pilot f The danger is slight, but great enough for :i. ..
year. The first of the resolution of
eij11esofFat I least crop especially acknowledgment getting onto them,' however, and they will to those unauthorized, and for inattention pretext on which to join issue with a Democratic -'
a month
lit X urth I Florida earlier than that of the generous treatment bestowed soon find their fight stopped., I suppose the to his duties as pilot, and revoking his I House. ,

'.glue prices m the, and Northern always brings Band upon the association by the railroads and reason of it is that we have bagged nearlyall license as master. Representative Springer has proposed tt

w 'n markets. There steamboat lines. Nothing was omitted the shining lights of the profession, and u__ I repair the Constitution by making the Presi-
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omnV"11' vegetables os there is i in which could j give pleasure and comfort to dential term six
I common herd are so cowed, that if they The House has passed the Mexican Pen- year, rendering the President
Olle Sets: out a yOUng orange the members of the press. The Peoples work ineligible to reelection for the next
at all
E i they confine themselves
to sion
I Bill. The
this very Indian wars are not includedin
LU-ln country, the succeeding term, providing for a direct vote-
grove begins to Line and the officers of the steamer Chatta- -
In from six to nine operations. Those chaps in the West the Bill.: There are probably a good in each State and abolishing the electoral

IS convenient to years if the frove hoocfice deserve particular mention, as, well heard of this state of affairs and have come many :Floridians'who were in the :Mexicanwar college. His bill also requires Congress to

afire crop of transportation, a remuner. as the managers of the South Florida Railroad onto do a little fishing in the dark. Blackmailing who will be benefited by the of meet every year on the first Wednesday in

vegetables can be raised every and the citizens of Sanford and Tampa. however passage January, and fixes the term of Representatives -
is one of the most difficult this Bill."I at three years.




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"e "" ,. FORBEARANCE naturally increased ,his compassion.: He I you ?, Genius is seldom prosperous ; I a :Miss Mohun. Her fathers affairs: g ther.
. i,';_,:" The hands: are such dear hands;' felt infinitely relieved when, just; as a am rich-too rich for my wants. Will I had become embarrassed and his heav- Nevertheless you might do worse
J They are so full ; they.turn at our demands pair of the loveliest gray-blue eyes unclosed you accept nothing from me ?" ily mortgaged family estates were ,I than "'marry Lord Nettlecombe, her
.:., ," Su ufhthlV reach out, I-- and met his wistful ones with a The.sweet wist)ulsmile.stirred!; Bernard about to pass:: into, the hands of stran-- sister-in-law said coldly. As his
Ac-';;:"'" : Su With trifles times scarcely they do thought, about. look of surprise, followed by a charm- Olive's heart -strangely. The gers, when the mortgagee, Sir Edward ; wife you would have the entree of the
?-'. 'So very many marry things; for me, for you-' ing tinge of color, the roll of carriage stern lines about his mouth relaxed a Crewe. a newly) knighted Manchester best houses and wipe out the memory
.j":, If their fond wills mistake, wheels,sounded on the rocky road and little. ., manufacturer, offered to forego his of your former mesalliance. A den
, ) ...: We may well l bend not break. a brougham hove in sight drawn by I will gladly accept your gratitude claim upon the condition of receiving dation like that was all very well ?nee-
; They are such fond frail lips two spirited thoroughbreds, with Lady I Lady Crewe, and any morsel of interest the hand in marriage of General Mo- for money ; but for love-Psha Ali.-ia.
"''::" ,.. That speak to us Pray, if love strips Crewe's groom in attendance as out you can spare to a struggling artist." hun's beautiful daughter then just tells me this obscure painter is handsome -
:'SLy'2: 5 Them Or if they of discretion speak too many slow times or quick' such rider. A peat-looking maid stepped But you won't let me further your eighteen. Gisela Mohun was devotedto and well bred as well as tal-
,. i, ,-.\: crimes from the carriage and hastened toward ambitions: For$.of "course you have her father ; he was in failing health; ented. You are sure no tendresxe ibr
r :::.:. : We may pass by ; for we may see her prostrate mistress with demonstrations ambitions?" she consented to make, the sacrifice. him stands in Lord Nettlecombe's
/:.f'.,.-f Days 1113be not far off when those small words of distress. A light kindled in his eyes and his The fruits of it lasted until her father wayNo ;, don't turn away from .

t 'X. Held not slow, or quick, or out of place, Hush !I" cried Bernard sternly. I cheek glowed. died, a fortnight after her marriage; me, or I shall believe I have guess eelrightly
J .. .,.; but dear, She is already coming round. Don't "Have I not ; some day I hope to the sacrifice itself for five long years, "
1 11 ;"', Because the lips are no more here. alarm her. Tell them to turn the car- go and study in Rome ; to :see the mas- during which Gisela Crewe made a The victim brought to bay, raised
-ff' "s" ". They are such dear familiar feet that go riage, and I'll take her to it'at once. terpieces of ancient art, and the strug-i daily offering of youth and health, and her head and boldly faced her ques
: .: Along the path with ours-: feet fast or slow, You are better, madam, are you not ?" gles of modern times. But so far Iarely'earn :. hope at the shrine of her invalid hus- tioner.4l if your suspicions were
J'bl! ';;"I\, S i I .0r And tread trying upon to some keep pace-If flowers they that mistake he would Yes, yes ; I can walk.'' enough by portrait paint- band. (There were tears even now in correct, Lucy, what then ? "
,: 1 .1:':' take, You are able to ? Take my arm, ing and sale of my sketches to make Alicia's faithful old eves as she told Mrs. Mohun dropped her sister-in-
i'' ',. ':: Or bruise some reed, then. There that is right as she my mother a comfortable home. It is the story.) lie: had been stricken with law's hands as though they had beenstinging
.. Or crush until it bleed,
poor Hope tottered to the work.'' few months after their nettles.
:S'! We may be mute, slowly carriage sup- uphill paralysis a
; Not turning quickly to impute ported between himself and her maid. You paint portraits Will you union. Henceforth the wife's role was Vha.t then t You, Gisela Mohnn''
" :=? Crave fault; tor they and we He waited bareheaded to watch the undertake a picture of me ? I must that of a nurse to a selfish, cross- can ask me what then ? Simply that
" -r<:i '. "Together Have such such a a little little way while to go along-can the be way, brougham drive jolting away over the leave one behind me, if only as a grained tyrant. Although she had you would drop out of our lives :as
.j \1 c .. "We will be patient while we may. rough ground, and then he went to legacy for poor Alicia." been a widow now three years, the though you had never existed We have
, j, : '.1 t' : -Independent.H collect his scattered painting materials. The artist flushed again. impress of that long martyrdom was tolerated Crewes, vulgar Crewes, Over-
, I =k.s.. _--.------- _h"f I Suddenly the carriage stopped !and the If I could be sure this was no ficti- visible still in the sweet chastened eyes dressed Crewes, Crewes with no single
f l : "ti i r y': SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. footman came hastening back. My tious want conjured up for my bene- and the firm mouth telling of patient I aspiration in the shape of an H. (Your
"I I .J. ( lady wished ,to know the gentleman'sname fit,'' he stammered. self-control of the woman of six-and- first descent in the social scale had i its
F t ;> :;:i S :, S The western sun was sinking over and address. How difficult you are My cousin twenty. II She is an angel, nothing raison d'etre.) But the wife of a struggling -
I f' :11 1 ':: the hills, deepening the tint of the The artist handed the man a card will tell you that I intended to set less," broke out Miss Warner, drop- artist, a Clive I a nobody Come
-"" ,! ._' purple heather, regilding the golden upon which he had scribbled the name some one to work upon me next timeI ping tears as usual on the white furry Gisela, go to bed and think better of
', !VJ: gorse. Its level beams made rosy the ,of the little inn in Combehurst village went to town. Isn't it so, Alicia ?"' coat of the favorite in her lap. But Lord Nettlcombe's offer like a sensible
". .. -,; ; white, far-distant cliffs, and intensifiedthe where he was staying, then slung his Then I shall be only too happy to this time Clive forgave her emotion. woman. You and Alice Warner live
: : ': tone of a sea almost too blue to knapsack over his shoulder and wenton undertake the commission.'' His patroness kept him long wait- here in your seclusion until you be-
;lave an English shore. his way. Preliminaries were quickly settled, ing next day. When she appeared, come quite romantic and tele montee."
; ,::'; ." Bernard Clive's brush moved rapidly! The sun had sank below the hills. the sitter making only one stipulation, apologizing with her usual grace for Mrs. Mohun drove away next morning -
: '' .as he transferred to his sketching block Sea and sky were surging into a gray that she must be painted in character. her delay, there was a nervous agita- before Clive's arrival in the studio,
jV: -thegroupof gigantic rocks and a stretch uniformity of color. The twilight 44 I won't inflict so many feet of mere tion in her manner, and the evidenceof trusting her words had made some impression -
,. i'* of moorland scenery, glorified for the gloom was deepening over the moor, 'painted canvas upon posterity. The a sleepless night in her languideyes. upon her young kinswoman.
tS 't- ., 'nonce by the glamor of the s mset. He and gorse and heather rustled sadly in picture shall have some interest besidesa Combehurst was a pleasant house to
was not best pleased when an interruption the evening breeze. When he returned personal one. Suggest a characterfor 411 am so much of a hermit that the visit. Any imbroglio which involvedits
:, t came in the shape of a gallop- to his temporary quarters at the village me, Mr. Clive." company of my fellow-creatures actually mistress'social ostracism would be
1'0 ing horses' hoofs, and a rider appeared inn, there was nothing. about the dingy i I Clive, growing enthusiastic at the jars upon me," she said. My distinctly inconvenient. As for Lady
\ on the crest of the moor, riding rapidly little parlor to raise his spirits.: prospect of such a1 subject for his pencil, accident must have upset my nery es. 3rewe. she breathed more freely after
!! : in his direction along a narrow bridle He went for a stroll in the dusk to proposed that his patroness should sit I don't know what has come to me her guest's departure, and the recollection -
" :, I' road, ending, as he perceived to his try and forget his adventure. Therewas to him as Lady Castleivbod in that lately :Mr. Clive shall you care to of her worldly-wise counsels:::
1. :: horror, a few hundred yards farther not much chance of it. Every scene of Thackeray's novel l, where, paint such a haggard, weary creatureas vanished with her bodily presence.
,! : on, in a steep, brokeu descent to the stone about the little rural village after their brief dispute, she turns to I look this morning !I" There wasa :Meantime the portrait approached com-
": ,\ ..sea thousand feet below. And now seemed echoing the name of Lady bid Esmond good night. suspicion of tears upon her lashes as pletion. The artist lingered over his
.the runaway animal was near enough Crewe. The schools ? Lady Crewe When the day appointed for the first she turned from the mirror impa- work as though he loved it, but excuse
i to him to see by the floating skirt that i had built them. The churchRe- sitting arrived, the servant led Clive tiently. for prolonging his task further was
'1 -the rider was a lady, powerless to stored by Lady Crewe. The peasant not to the boudoir of luxurious loungers, You are tired, dearest," said her I failing him. There came a day when
:. .. ; check her horse or even turn its course. mothers, the village children had her i but to a room with a northern light i cousin, always ready to pet her be- he promised himself to put his last
: ; In a moment the dreamy artist was name and the story of her goodness' looking upon the garden, fitted up as a loved charge. Give up the sittingthis finishing touches on the morrow. The
.r ;; 1 transformed into a man of action. Half always on their lips. Clive could see temporary studio. The room was morning." young mistress of Combehurst retired
',:1':I .t a dozen bounds through the few yards that he himself rose in the estimationof empty. "No, no she cried petulantly, it early that evening, glad to shut her
l of gorse and heather :which divided his worthy landlord when later in Suddenly a portiere of dull-toned rests me to stay here in this quiet stu- door for once even upon the indulgent
!i; '' him from the bridle path below, and the evening a little note was broughtto tapestry was drawn aside and Lady dio away from my worries. I feel un- ,. petting of her kind old cousin. Once
i :: he stood ready to oppose his youthful him from the great lady of the vil- Castlcwood entered. Whatever Ber- nerved, unstrung. Alicia. must travel in solitude she began pacing the room
K; s..: -.. .strength to the horse's mad career. lag Would :Mr. Olive be so goodas nard had expected; the reality far sur- this winter. We will go to Rome, :Mr. head bent and hands clasped, as washer
t: There was a doubtful moment of to call upon Lady Crewe at 4 o'clockthe passed his anticipations. Clive ; will you come and see us wont in perplexed and painful
.,;; '..'_ Suspense as the rider and steed reached following afternoon ?" Shall I do ?" she cried playfully, there ? meditation, which yet had its sweet-
I! .I : ,:. the crown of the hill and began to descend He obeyed the summons, and the with a faint blush, as she surprisedthe He flushed, and then grew suddenly ness.
;. J .' : the terrible slope toward destruc- man-servant who answered the door sudden involuntary admiration in grave. He loves me ; I know it, I feel it."
tion-facilis descensus Averno !-then led Clive hall of Pom- his "Am old-world Do not from work she murmured herself with
'i" through a lofty eyes. } tempt me away .. .. to quick]
: came an encounter, a brief struggle, peiian style and coloring ; a charming please you '( Alicia says lam splendid.She and duty, Lady Crewe. I shall haveto coming blushes. iuvery look, every
:.1 .and Clive had gained the victory. The little sanctum, where peacock-hued. is a severe critic, so be sure you do expiate this long holiday by a busy tone, all that he says, and still more,
'.i ". : horse stood panting beside him. and he hangings gleaming with golden threads Lady Castlewood justice." winter." all he does not say tells me so unmis
.' i received the terrified lady in his arms made a fitting background to one of Enticed by his sitter's gentle ques- What hard measure you deal to takably. Yet he will break both his
;i S : as she sank into a swoon. The result the loveliest pictures that Clive had tioning he would speak freely of his yourself Your stoicism is quite a reproach heart and mine rather than bend hi.-
;1 i -' was more embarrassing than the rescue ever looked upon. work ; of the failures and successes of to us poor useless Sybarites.How pride to speak Genius levels all I
.1', : ', to the young artist, who knew little of She half rose as he entered, and held the past ; of his hopes for the future. long must you postpone your i things. Why should he hesitate::; :'
: 7 "., .. womankind and their ways. What out her hand with gracious alacrity. He told her of his invalid mother, the pleasure, pray ? Oh for some spell to unseal those
"..' '.,' .. ., should he do here in this moorland You will excuse this informal reception centre of his cares and interests, and Pleasure is very present with me proud lips If it were but the other
.. wilderness with this helpless burden :Mr. Clive ; I am in no mood of his hope that his labors at Combe- now," he answered, softly ; but not way If I were only the beggarmaidand \
: .f :'; lying prone upon his arm ? To right for visitors to-day, and am not at hometo hurst would procure her the '''holiday lifting his eyes from his work. If he my King Cophetua? As it is,
.' and left only rocks and heather, and the world at large. This is my: i in the fresh country air she so sorely only it were not so fleeting ? there is only one thing that can save
,;,'; .'. .the sea rippling far below ; but on the cousin, :Miss Warner, who kindly keepsme I needed. Bernard Clive would not have won- us from lifelong misery. Can I ever
,:, 4. far horizon, inland, a dark speck, company in my loneliness. Alicia, Lady Crewe had a good heart. She dered at his benefactress' dejection had bring myself to such humiliation"
: : ../, .. -which soon developed into a galloping let me introduce :Mr. Clive, my brave took a kindly interest in all he told he been invisibly present at a little The clear night was succeeded by
' ,:. ; groom, who arrived pale with agitation preserver of yesterday. Help me to her,asked the whereabouts of his home, scene on the evening before, while one of the tranquil, hazy morning: so
i': I expecting nothing less than the thank him for his prompt heroism.'" and said she must visit his studio and Lady Crewe's newly arrived visitor, common in early autumn, when lan-
I, : worst. The elderly duenna, whose large make his mother's acquaintance next her.sisterinlaw, Mrs. Mohun, in- guid sun seems reluctant to pierr-e the
.. t .-' The sight of Clive's face reassured sausage curls proclaimed the era of herlongpastyouthjumpedupdisplacing time she went to town. Then she grew spected and approved the nearly com- lingering earth mists. All the brilliance -
..'t\\ ,'. : laim.a little. thoughtful and talked no more ; but pleted portrait. When it had been of the studio seemed centred on
:,i ,: '; :;'.y.. 44 It's all right. She was not thrownI as she did so a large white cat which next day she gave Clive a note to en- sufficiently admired-and indeed the the easel where rested the beautiful
j : i:: ; f .: r.' was just in time, thank heaven! lay purring in her lap-and heartily close to his mother. It contained a severest critic must have found it picture of Lady Castfeivood, finished at
}' i F\ ; :..' 't The man shuddered as he looked toward : shook hands with the visitor, seizingthe kind invitation to the old lady to worthy of admiration-the guest sud- last. The artist's mother and Miss
, : j: ': -. the awful brink not far off. opportunity of shedding a few come at once and spend a fortnight at denly turned upon her hostess. So Warner were before it in admiring
? ,1 Yes ; it was a fearful risk," saId'j tears from a reservoir very near the Combehurst, where its mistress prom- much for the portrait, Gisela ; but what contemplation, and in the backgroundstood
i \'j,;::, '. Clive,answering unspoken thoughts, surface with :Miss Warner, and always ised her. every care. about the painter? the artist himself, furtively comparing -
'! j/ ;;. but what can be done. How near apt to brim over. Her murmurs of In truth Miss Warner entered at Lady Crewe flushed at the sudden his completed work with the
"' : I ';J':' ,-'can you get help ?" gratitude were almost choked in sobs. this moment with dejected countenanceand question demanded so arbitrarily by fair original beside him.
i ; ', .: :'fi 44 No nigher than Combehurst, sir. Come, Alicia, enough of that. Mr. tearful eyes, but quite ready to eyes as well as voice. Lady Castlcwood and her kinsman
I' '', : f ".. I could ride back and tell them to send Clive, I am afraid the life you have second her darlings' invitation. Ber- 14 His name is Clive," she said 'hastily have made up their quarrel, and she
:. I : : a carriage if you stay with my .mis saved is of little value to anyone but nard's scruples were swept away at Bernard Clive." turns taper in hand, to bid Etmunri
I ;S_ S tress." the owner," with a bitter-sweet smile last in the tide of both ladies'gener- 44 Psha what matters his name to good-night. The light of it falls upon
ex.k:' ;' which saddened the young man ; ous hospitality, and forwarded the in- me Gisela, I may as well tell you at her sweet, fair face and ruffled golden
, ; 'T! ; .. plain we l to. 41 nevertheless, I owe you my grateful I vitation. It was gratefully accepted ; once that this portrait is the cause of hair, on the quaint-pointed bodice an-l
, ,. S., : ;- : .',. is your mistress ?" thanks for rescuing me from the deathI and a few days saw Mrs. Clive estab- my sudden visit. The story of your delicate lace, and plays on the foldI
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'. .j ; ; "Lady Crewe, of Combehurst, sir. thought was inevitable.1' lished in two cosy rooms en suite on romantic introduction to the artist has of the gorgeous skirt, stiff with richness |
'" .\ : :: 44 Well, send her maid in the carriage She paled and shuddered. The tear- the ground floor, looking upon an old: reached our ears, coupled with a rumor and dignity."I .
0 r I' :.." .,.. : -and tie up that horse securely ful Alicia sobbed and sniffed again. fashioned flower garden, where she that you refused your neighbor, am so sorry the sittings are over :
I "": ;;'" before you go." I want to know how best to show could stroll unmolested whenever the Lord Nettlecombe, after a twelve- they have been very pleasant. Even.,
'0;' 1 I ', ; Bernard Clive had no pity to gratitude. You are artist took ''
fi) spare my an by fancy her. months'wooing.. What does it mean ? Snowball has quite enjoyed thfiu.
9 \\M I f 11 .: '. for the white-faced groom, who seemed profession, I hear. Can I-are you- Alicia Warner struck up a great 44 It means that I would not marry says Miss Warner plaintively. .1 I
\ : ; ,,;_;: half mazed with terror and exciteS have you any schemes which I can for- friendship with the gentle silverhairedold Lord Nettlecombe if he were to woo a must get you to paint pussy's picture:
,, :; ,') ::. ment. His thoughts were absorbed by ward ?" This, with a glow of embar- lady. They caressed the cats, discussed hundred years instead of one she Mr. Olive as you are so successful; ,
;. '. '.: f; his helpless charge as he laid her rassment, for it was a difficult role- Bernard's perfections, ex- answered vehemently. Do you thinkso stroking as she spoke the biggest anI
:" tenderly down on a bed of heather be- that of playing Lady Bountiful to this changed knitting, patterns, and played meanly of me, Lucy, as to believe heaviest of her pets.
,;' neath a sheltering rock, supporting her handsome young fellow with his air of exciting games of whist with double that I should sell myself a second "I shall be most: happy if ever opportunity
,'. head upon his knee as he gently fanned haughty independence. dummy, while the elder lady's eyes time ? I did it once and Sir Edward offers, Miss V\ arner ; but I
,.'" ,: ;;, her with his hat. It seemed an age Your kind acknowledgment of grew bright and almost youthful knew it ; knew that I was but a chat- must postpone the pleasure, as: I, intend
" < t/. before a faint color fluttered back to my slight service is sufficient reward," again, and the delicate pink of.improving tel bought with his money to grace the leaving Combehurst this after::
.the pallid cheek and the breath began he said promptly. "I trust you have health returned to her. faded head of his table, and entertain his noon."
I. :: : ':. \ to return in painful, gasping sighs. recovered from the effects of .your cheek. Bernard in his homely inn friends. But again Never I know "So soon Even for her pri'K-
.,I '" Bernard had never seen a woman faint alarm ?" could work at ease knowing his motherso now what life has to offer what splen- sake Lady Crewe could not repress her
i : '" before, and his face looked sufficiently I have not recovered said. well cared for.' did opportunities lie within the graspof start of snpprise and dismay. Hav
( : l: :: concerned as he bent over her, wondering I shall never feel really myself again One day, about this time, Miss Warner youth !*' you exhausted its beauties already.
: :}':f. how best to give the sufferer relief. while I am crushed under such a load told Clive her cousin's history. Her eyes softened and shone as she Mr. Clive." She tried to still the
:::,J:: ', hat she was young and beautiful of.obligation. Won't you let me help Not an uncommon one. She had been clasped her hands passionately to- trembling of her pale lips and to put
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the- question carelessly. i, he shall never paint anything better I i I I LI DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. ,

.. That would be impossible," he : than the portrait of his lovely wife I -_::-.--------c=.::--_- =_.:===__=, = ,

said gravely ; but I have lingeredhere which hangs .in his library at Combe- >usT.dI3LIS117I) 187G.'

long enough. Too long; perhaps, hurst.-Mary Grace WigJdwick in the --

be muttered in an undertone. Argo } .

Lady Crewe turned to Mrs Clive. -- --- -- -- --- DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES,.

to The attention of our readers respectfullycalled -=
Cant persuade your son
to the advertisement in another
main a little longer-at. least to escort column of D. )!. Ferry it Co., Detroit Midi., -. -. -,
she asked In her pretty the celebrated seedsmen do -- & CO.
YOU home" They the -- -- _- =-- I ,
largest business in their line in the United ==
j pleading way.My States ; raise the bulk of their seed on their
mother agrees with me, that i it own farms, by the most approved methods, PHARMACisTS
be he answeredfor and have obtained world-wide =I l=
is time for me to gone, a reputation --=---- ----- .

her in his deep, decided tones. for the quality and variety of the !seed they -"n =_- ----- --- .
put upon the market, and their integrity in
He looked at his mother as he tilling all orders entrusted to them. Their
Centre :
F oke, and the two exchanged a glancefull i beautiful Seed Annual for 1884, scent free to "_.-----_-==- ----- d 1tlJumuu -= Street.
of significance, which their hostess I all who apply for it, will) be found of practical n .--
1 I value U) all who desire pun-hast: seeds FERNANDINAFLonID 1.
mother's 1 wistful
The -
intercepted. was a I true to name.
but full of loving encouragement ; constantly on hand a fine assort
the son's had a stern renunciation in :MIGHTY: ISTKUESTING HE.\DISG.-From I !11r1: p 1IlVllltuluml: iINgBII) WttlPl l ill It li mNnt r.onulFiwl uw win I ..I I i = _-= KEEP of :FRESH and PURE FOREIGN

it which said : "Have confidence in'' the 1st of January, 1884, to the 1st of Jan. and DOMESTIC

me-I can endue '. nary, 1885, we are to have an interesting .

Well, at least we must not lose succession of!stirring: events of which everyone Drugs and Chemicals,.

yet, Mrs. Clive," said Miss Wart01 will wish to hear. Two military campaigns -

nee, filling up the pause with some of are at }present in progress-that of El Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, ;

commonplace padding which is the Mahdiin the Soudan and of the French in _-
the - __ = -- =r= = Proprietary and Fancy Goods, .
inevitable attendant of every tragedy. Tonquin-both of which arc approachingthe .- -. -.

And now you are here, do come to critical point. The next session of Parliament I II I FINE TOILET ARTICLES,

my room and let me show you my cosy is to be marked, acording to the announced This hotel now being erecte! I,y George as \perfect, : as scientific engineering can makeit

new nest I have planned for Snowball purpose of Mr. Parnell, by a bitter S. Butler & Sons builder.-, 1'111'\1 r. Charles having a thorough system of underground PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.IN ..-

_Jear' intelligent ceature Only thismorning struggle:; ; of the Irish nationalists to compel I T. Parry, "f Philadelphia, Pa.. will b,' opento drainage!; extending abut] fifteen hundred feet
their English and Scotch colleagues)) to concede I GREAT VARIETY
she- the public early in June-next. It will to the hay.
to Ireland som measure of home-rule. .
The portiere fell behind the pair as In default of this, Mr. Parnell promises to comfortably aii-omodute oOO( ;guests. The Persons buffering from hay fever have always -

they retreated along the passage and employ his following to so obstruct the designs are furnished by Wilson Bro'stt Co., found relief at Reach Haven,

withheld from the two left behind, up- transaction of parliamentary; business as to arch tite'ts;. of Philadelphia and are of the :i Then will bean elegant ball-room in addition .pS Physicians' Prescriptions' ,
render the of Irish members at St. I
on whom an embarrassing silence fell. Stephen's intolerable.(presence This programme insures Queen Anne style. The hotel will have an j I to the spacious parlors, dining; room, carefully compounded with pure Drug, at

At last lady Crewe crossed the room, a !succession of exciting scenes in Par- ocean frontage of two hundred feet a frontage halls, etc. A steam railroad is also being reasonable prices.THE .

unlocked the drawer of an old bureau liament. The new reform bill which Mr. 0:1 Pearl :street of one hundred and :sixty: completed to convey guests and baggage to

and} took from it a purse, a little em- sion Gladstone of 1884 proposes, will to also carry' doubtless during the excite ses- feet, and the entire building will be surrounded and from the hotel and steamboat wharf. .: .

'' by a piazza :sixteen: feet wide. It The Bahlwillyilt be conducted the
broidered trifle of plush and gold, general interest in the United States, as well on
which] she handed to the artist. as throughout the British empire. Vastly will occupy a block ground two hundred American plan, in a liberal manner, with a

.' A small; acknowledgment of all the the more discussion interesting to to take American\place at readers Washington will be by four hundred amLfifty! feet, and will be view of placing it in the front rank of the

replete with all modern conveniences, including leading hotels; of the country.
have taken she said
trouble you within the next few months over our own
smiling nervously. I only hope this reform bill. The Republican members of electric light elevator electric bells)) It will be opened by Geo. W. Kittelle, -
be the herald of fu- the present Congress are opposed to tariff etc., and in a !sanitary: point of view will be I proprietor of the E mont Hotel, of our city. ,
rlufd'awrrc may reform. The Democrats, it is said, are
ture success in your beloved art." divided, the majority of them favoring, the -- u__ =-- -- ,
"I trust so, but-Lady Crewe, you minority opposing it. Which will get the II GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
upper hand? Will the hi h-tari1r Democrats I r MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
take back and I -
mUft please your gift, cooperate with the Republicans to maintainthe -- -- ----- --- -- discovered, as it is certain in its
with it my thanks for your many present absurd law ? Or will the Democrats effects and does nofblister. READ PROOF

l Jiinduesses. I can accept no moneyfor act together; and !send a reform tariff I w I! VH B AtE AIm RETAIL. BELOW.
work." bill to the Senate, which the Senate will de- K H
my cline to pass? Every step of the strugglein '1 -
He spoke with cold repression and the Capitol at Washington will be watched 01' 1 I. Saved Him $1,800.00. .

avoided looking at her as he thrust the with lively concern all over the country, r ) I ADAMS, N. Y., January 30, 18S:?.
back her reluctant*hand. and by the Mine Congress; adjourns the public 4 u. ( Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
purse upon mind will be ripe for the opening of a Will be mailed to all applicants and to I GENTS, used
Having a good deal of 'UIII"Kendall's
"Mr.: Clive What does this FREE )
Presidential campaign which, it is safe to customers of last year without ordering it. Cure with succeW.
Spavin great : I
will) exceed in warmth of its It contains illustrations prices descriptions and .
mean ? say, any predecessors -
I I would let
directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower c'O I thought you know what it has
he said "that circumstances since I860. The meeting of the Invaluable to all. done for Two I had
Only, hastily Seeds, Plants etc. I me. years ago us speedya
Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the
colt as was ever raised in Jefferson
have changed. I cannot D. M. FERRY &CO.DSCuriosity I county.
2d of January, and the reassembling of the : When I was breaking him he kicked oyer-

make this particular picture a matterof Baltimore City Council later in the samemonth ---. ---------.-- the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his:
traffic. I have had the pleasure of will prove also events of engrossing -DEALER IN- hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best

painting it-that is enough citizen interest.concerned But supposing about none the of existence these things of a, :E'b.' Z '1' c;.' S rn et-= farriers had but they all said he was spoiled.He .
a very large thorongh-pin, and I.
Ah you would prefer your reward still he will need to read The Sun for news : used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
Family Supplies
in some other form ? I under- of the thousand and one other events of Variety StoreOffers 0 Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and
stand." interest that go so far to make up the cur- ''p he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have-
rent history of the world. The period is
used it for bone and
You mistake me, Lady Crewe," he one of rapid movement, and the citizen who a large and carefully selected t; .. HEAVY GROCERIES, -' has always cured spavins completely wind-galls and left, andit the-

answered. "I want no payment. The does not take a paper is sure to be left be- ?- IS. leg smooth.It .

I would for hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora STOCK OF HOSIERYFor is a splendid medicine for rlaeumatismo-.
only guerdon accept my and Grain
paper, now is the time, before the actorson Hay GC I have recommended it to a good many and
labor of love is- the world's stage during the year 1884 O they all say it does the work. I was in With-
"Yes! Why do you hesitate ? You have taken their places and begun to play Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. erington Kneeland's drug store in Adams

have fairly earned any reward it is in their parts. When it becomes a question of H S? SHIP STORES t 8z the other day, and saw a very fine picturc-
securing a reliable newspaper which will HANK: IE 3E&C:E3I1B: FS, you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
my power to give. contain all the news, succinctly expressedand == not; they said if I would write to you that

Her breath came thick and fast as fairly reported, the proper course to Silk, Linen, and Cotton. Furniture, you would send me one. I wish you would,
she leaned against the window case- pursue is plain : take The Sun. and I will do you all the good I can.

ment facing him, absently pulling to THE SUN, Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, Stoves, I Q2- Very respectfully E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .

pieces the creeper-sprays which strayed Published daily except Sunday Laces, Towels, Napkins, QB -

over the sill. Dress Lining, Buttons. P Paints, Spavin Cure.ON .

You will think me very presumptuous THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. and Notions' Generally. O Crockery, y

," he said slowly, with lips as paleas OQ Hardware, CC HUMAN FLESH.

her own, "when I tell you that the Terms of Subscriptipn by :Mail: Invariably Fr... VEt'AY/IND., August 12,1881.Dr. .
only thing which would content me is Cash in advance-Postage Free: A new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES < 'Willoiv-Ware. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
"' just received and marked low. pA.
he hesitatedthe picture itself. rrJ day. Please send me some with my imprint,
One Year........... One :\Ionth..5O:
Come the demand is not so extravagant $6.00 Cts. I printed on one side only. The Kendall
Six Months........ 3.00 Three Weeks.38 Cts. f-I Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
all To exhibit I
after sup- Four Months.... 2.00 Two Weeks.25 Cts. Our Stock cf CORSETS is Very Superior I .. r. and not only for animals but for human
pose you mean To bring you fame Three Months.... 1.50 I One Week......13 Cts. M : Is ailments also. :Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
and fortune on the walls of BurlingtonHouse Two Months...... 1.00 I O leading farmers in our county, sprained an
SINGLE COPIES by maiL..... .......,..?3 Cts. $SJ'" In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACKETS B I IrriC ankle badly, and knowing the value of the-
next season. VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a I yI remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it -
She spoke lightly, her playful tonesin THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN fine variety. Q did far better than he had expected; cured
strange contrast to his vehement an- I B a Low t a t th tow at I the sprain in very short order.
Yours respectfully, C. 0. TIIIEBA D.
an wer. A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in FLORA) JXD) S :JII.TltOPfnL{ CURIOSITIES
To exhibit-exhibit the for Price $1 per bottle, or G bottles for $;5. All
picture Compact Shape.
II I i druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
the world to stare at, and criticize and -- I I B. YES. will be sent to any address on receipt or-
wonder over Heaven forbid the profanation Orders from (Successor to W. A. SAXBORX), price by the Proprietors, DR. I;. J. KENDALL
yg- the Country Solicited."t'KING'S
; tt CO.. Falls, Vt.
1 !' I ask it for myself TERMS-Invariably Cash in Advance. Enosburgh
my very Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Send for Illustrated Circular.
own There are associations which Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United
make it States and Canada. GROCERIES, :PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, Sold by all Druggists.PKTE9TS;: .
of more value to me than- ,- .
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t-' \'e" he added, stepping nearerin 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
his 1884. Premium Copies 1884. Steamboat Landing,
with wistful
eagerness, a petition to Getters Up of Clubs STOVES TIN WARE ETC.

in his dark, eloquent eyes. For the Baltimore Weekly Sun:' ---- -------- ,- FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. MUNN & CO.,of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN" con-
Her cheeks blanched her bean tlnno to net us Solicitors for J'tenfs, Cave: -u.x. Trade
fingers Owner and for Schooner Silas C.
Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00 W. P. STREETY, Evans. Agent rates Merchandise: in Marks, Copyrights. : for the, UniteSuitf! -. Canada.
g to fidget nervously with the bracelet Special England: }France Germany etc. haws! JJ-K;about.Patents
l With an extra Copy of the WeeklySun Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, large quantities. sent free. Thirtv-'f'\'f yp-1-s''.cncc.:
on her arm. How hard it was to one year. Patents obtained through MCNN&

speak TEX COPIES.................................... 10.00 FERNANDINA, FLA. I ny's Agent CHAMPION for Hazard*BARBED Manufacturing WIRE Compa--the most lntheSCiENTIFICAMERICAN.widely circulated scientiflc tha paper.lamest?.COa l::e>t.yelr.'Veekly. ,and.
'. of the Splendid! enrnvln and tntr.tint! 1:1-
With an extra copy WeeklySun
It best in the world.
pains me to refuse'you, she formation. :Specimen: copy of theci"uticitmericansent -
one year, and one copy of the \
Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED free Addr'sMCNN&CO..S:1Ex.rteAMERICAN :
*llJ.lowh": ." stealing a glance at his Daily Sun three months. PLOWS. OQce.2C1: Broadway, New York.PATENTS .

l'''ak 1 eager, earnest face; hut I, too, FIFTEEN COPIES........................... 15.00 Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSONVILLE ---- ----
With an extra copy of the WeeklySun R' I Ih
ave SS
associations with that
picture. obtained for new
and of the :
one year, one copy .
I in old
cannot give i it up. Daily Sun nine months. -- Vor for improvements

He bowed quickly, proudly, and THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 ST. JOSEPH'S ,,ACADEMY ones.all Caveats patent, business Infringements promptly, TradeMarksand attended-
turned With an extra copy of the Weekly ,
collect his brushes. He had : THAT HAVE BEEN
been Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun :i li l- Fcriiamlina Fla. to.
a fool to expect any other an- I REJECTED may still, in most cast, Le pat-
one d
swer. year.Getters : INSTITUTION, UNDER THE ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent -

She stood up of Clubs will find the above THIS :tion of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -
before him and trembhng .
pale is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
iu her dress with down- ents in less time than those who are remote
; of Florida.
gorgeous terms the most liberal that can be offered bj portions
Alupr she :First-Class Family Journal, Boarding School is large and airy. When Inventors send model or sketch, '
!: indeed ? a >>
:: stoop to conquer 1 The Course of Instruction is thorough and we make search in the Patent Office and

1 cannot spare the portrait," she SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cts. solid, comprising, both in English and advise as to its patentability feee of charge,
?avvith averted face; "but-but," STOVES, HEATERS RANGERS French all the branches of a good educa Correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable ,
w faltering tones The safest method of transmitting money tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
with sudden, ovcry'telimng TIX AX SHEET-IRON WARE Beddin, per quarter, $t0.5O.Iusic: Lessons IS OBTAINED.We .
I blushes, if you had asked by mail is by check, draft or post-office GUTTERING with use of Instrument, $12.00. refer by permission!: to the City Postmaster -
for the original" ROOFING AND Plain Sewin and every variety of FancyWork and to the Superintendent of the.

In these days connoisseurs money order. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC taught without additional charge. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
prophesy Payments required in advance. ington. For special references circularservice -

great things of the successful artist, Address A. S. ABELL &; Co., Publishers. A large stock Stoves on hand. Give mea Schools will reopen October 1st. 1883. terms, etc., address '
Bernard Clive, and critics are busy Sox IRON BUILDING call, and compare my prices with those of For further particulars,apply to the Acad- C. A. SNOW & CO.,
with Ins name. But he maintains that Baltimore, :Md. other houses, here or elsewhere. emy. -12 Opp.PatentOffice. Washington,DC.2t




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\ ':. 'J.-IIL .!'LOI4IIA 1 nHO) 1:. makes a brute of himself deserves the THE PRESS IN COUNCIL I tor Jones ranks in the same class of.,I cane fair lady; that lint: words h : hl l

scorn and reprobation of society, and The recent meeting of the Press 1 able and pronounced statesmen. I challenge and that at the early dawn of to tl|,'
/ I next day, in sight; of the murrnurin
in with the who Association !I Ilay I __ _____._. r hill,,lrs
Y 0 an equal degree man of Florida promises,, to I of the :Atlantic the South Carolinian!
Subscription, S3 per ;year; six months, 81. fatal bullet in the buried
THE LAND OF a bosom of
supplies his demand for the means the foundation of great usefulness FLOWERS.TOWN unfortunate his !jrallant but
adversary. The old
Office- corner Centre and First, streets,second floor. of intoxication. The fact is that in the future. All classes: of -- sion was: almost::: entirely destroyed t family bv man fire
RATES OF ADVERTISINGS I > most JACKSONVILLEIxTERESTISG1EMINISCENCES. some years since, and the walls were l left
4 men deliberately give themselves professional men find advantage in :: .. such a crumbling condition m
:1 : Ten line for the first for. as to be
cents a and five cents unsafe
j each subsequent insertion. up to this debasing habit, and association and .organization. The F. A. .., our special correspondent in Mr. Carnegie i reluctantly had: them battered i
<:? Florida writes as follows under date of down. He is now erecting a
: a Special local notices, 15 cents a line. an effective mode of preventing bar-and the medical profession have ,Jacksonville. February 13th : Town lots in ous residence of;granite, the stone very commodi for
J" ; Reading notices, 25 cents a line. Jacksonville show no sign of abatement in is brought from New England. He
drunkenness would be to treat it their has IIe-
as and
a regular
annua .
Special rate for time advertisements upon application price. Ground on Bay street it held at $500 termined to aid nature with art, and to
F at the office.Communications. crime and enforce the penalties of discuss matters of common interest. per front foot and upwards, and holders are no expense to enhance the loveliness::pare of

.:..f ". upon all matters of local interest fine and imprisonment. This would The Press Association is composedof altogether The yacht indifferent Hunger, belonging about Mr. John spot comparable.which may-Baltimore already described as in a

solicited from all parts of the county and from A. Morris, of New Orleans .
the of has been off
,: place stamp public opinion persons who wield a powerful in- --- -- --- ---
-1 along the lines of Florida railways. this point for several days. Col. Win. Norris Callahan
i: All communications intended for publication upon drunkenness, and few men fluence in moulding public opinionand of neiste town, Baltimore county, Md.,
; should be addressed to the Editor; all business would a personal friend of Mr. Norris, dispenses a
encounter the dis- in
# I willingly directing attention to
= ;, letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROE. ,princely hospitality in the absence of the CALLAIIAX', FLA., March I.
:'" ',0 grace of being subject ta such penal- important movements, enterprisesand owner. Col. Xorris boarded the Ranger at Tu the Editor of the Florida Mirror:

I 'f! :v., SATURDAY, MARCH8. 1884. ties. Up to the last session of our plans, which affect the prosperity Norfolk, stopping, and made at Charleston the cruise, Savannah to Jacksonville and- As with the week closes our labor here

.- Legislature the traffic in intoxicating and welfare of the people of the other points of interest on the route. Yesterday permit a few remarks :
IMPORTANT FACTS ON THE BAR he entertained our party at lunch. While we are glad to know that Florida
t .4 QUESTION.The liquors had been regulated simply bya commonwealth. It is well, there- The Earl of Huntingdon, who has a very now making rapid progress in nearly

.e \ importance of an improvement license law on the same footing as fore, that those who fill this important for fine the yacht sailing of his qualities own expressed of the Ranger admiration and thing, we are truly glad thas she is progress every

of Fernandina bar to the,pro- other licensed occupations, such as province in the.< ;-world of letters the exceeding neatness and cleanliness of all ing in the cause of education. It is of Xas-
her appointments. Among other gentlemen san county we desire to
ducers and consumers of Florida hotels, livery stables, etc. should know each other personally, in who were present at the l luncheon was Cap- like she shake Chinaman.
may tier own hand
cannot be too strongly urged. This license was not in ,any way friendly intercourse in which each tain federate Armstrong steamer, Snmter who commanded, was alter wards the Con the congratulating herself- 'her present schools,

y I .,, There is no project on 'foot for the restricted as to the number or chard .some benefit from the other. executive officer of the Alabama, and parti- and her present teachers. When we take

!I. I benefit of Florida of greater probable acter of persons applying for a, The personalities and invectives !. cipated famed vessel in the was engagement sunk by in the which Kearsarge.that : retrospective view and look back ten yearsat

:. : benefits than the establishment of a license. The annual amount re- which are the bane of the newspaper Captain Gambier and Captain Armstrong: little above a dozen schools, poorly
found much to talk of to each other, font equipped and view her: upwards of forty
: : ': line of tri-weekly steamers from quired for a license was at different press will be less apparent when per- seems that Captain Gambler's ship was at schools now, we are assured she does not

Florida to New York, Philadelphia times from $30 to $200 per annum. sonal acquaintance shall have given Gibraltar, at by that order time of, (the that British the Sumter Government was- lag behind her sister counties in the race.

t:. ,,0 I and Baltimore. In 1881, in deference to the popu- respect and regard. penned in by the United States gunboats) to There is only one thing lacking, viz. : better

\ I The port of; Fernandina offers unquestionable lar demand for restrictive measures It will also contribute to elevatingthe ter prevent in violation the latter of international from attacking law.the Sum-Cap- school of the school buildings.localities They, are if not needed in in all.many All

o and unequalled ad- upon the sale of liquors, the State general tone of the press, its literary tain information Armstrong in gave connection us an interesting with the pieceof good people should be interested in their

,, vantages for the establishment of license tax for retailing liquors was character, its condensation of between the Alabama and the Kearsarge.tight schools. Their children are at stake; the

such a line. With such a line oft raised to $300. The counties have thought and expression and a more have He was been quite victorious confident but that for the the latter fact would of the Government is interested. Neglect our literary -

steamships from Fernandina the the right and usually levy one-half liberal treatment of opposing views. powder being so damp that it was practically institutions, and as well might all be
,t useless. The magazine of the Alabama neglected. Greece has the same blue sky, the
'. freight upon our fruit and vegetables the amount of State tax, which adds Each: newspaper is apt to be too in close proximity to the steam condensers was, same jEgean Sea with her numerous fine

\. could be reduced nearly one-half. $150 more, and the corporation tax opinionated, and to meet opposing and influence the powder for had been subject to their i harbors ; but Greece is not living; Greece is
two After
; The time between Fernandina and the same, making the license for State, views with sharpness of pungent or and while discussing years.the prime old cognac, no mor('. Why? neglect of her literary in-

New York would be very little, if at county and city $600. personal criticism instead t't of force of that made Colonel by all of Norris the guests set out and, speeches there were were the stitutions.The elementary. workers can't overestimate -

all, greater than from Savannah. The effect of raising the amount to argument, moderation and gentle but usual gushing ebullitions of the impromptu the great responsibility that devolves
mutual admiration
By opening the inland passage St. be paid for license was to lessen in firm courtesy. In future meetings of in order of late societies days,,when which Englishmen are always !-- upon us. We are layers of "mind-sills,*' lay-

Johns river steamers could transfer some degree the number of licenses the Press Association we hope to and Americans clasp hands across the ers of the foundation on which all the life-

their cargoes to the steamers direct', taken out, but largely increased the see a: business programme adopted, social Huntingdon glass., Captain however,Gambier do not fail and to Lord take of colleges If the and foundation experiences be is not:: to be

revenue of the State counties and which will out in brief revenge by a thoroughly independent criti- se-
without cartage or unnecessary hand- I bring1 essays cism in private intercourse for the taffy cure the house will topple, be the upper

ling. Loaded cars from any point : cities, amounting according to the upon appropriate topics, food for which they deal out in public. work ever so fine. To be brief, we are

: in the State could run alongside the Comptroller's report of January 1, thought and reflection. Brain food )Ir., who Graham arrived, an here eminent this morning banker of direct Glasgow moulders of lives, benders of twigs early

'I 1883 to the of instead of from home, has concluded, in behalf! of him- impressors of young minds. If this be bo
1; ships at the dock, and rapidly trans- sum $104,875, against mere banqueting and physical -, self and others, negotiations with the Florida we cannot estimate too highly this vastly

: fer their perishable freights to the $86,100 for the year 1881-constituting enjoyment due mingling of Land and Mortgage Company for the pur- important yet humble position. Volumes

steamers. in the year 1882 nearly one-third the true elements of pleasure-something chase immediately of 500,000 on acres his return of their'lands take measures, and will for could be written on this subject and half be

'. The bar at Fernandina now admits of the total revenue received by the which will arouse our mindsto the colonizing of his lands He reports that unsaid. We say to those, who have in their
both in England and in Scotland an increased charge the care of the ,
young you
of ocean steamers of a medium State for taxation. vigorous thought, and a higher interest has been awakened in regard -
be but
may an humble teacher of the a b c.
size. With moderate appreciation of our for to Florida. Heads of good families are
0 a expenditure "powers- looking to Florida as affording an auspicious take courage and ever look on your callingas
o .;', the largest steamships could enter ROSWELL P. FLOWER.; and evil. So shall we make our annual opening for superfluous members of their a high and noble one. Among the foremost -

; and at time. The nomination of Roswell P. meetings a source of inspirationand household flock. Captain Gambier has just in the school work of Nassau, stands
i depart any had a letter from a Scotch nnhlpm.in_ \.'I."nnt.nH' ._ .-
Flower, of New York for President ing to know if he on Prof. C. A. Key, of :your own town. We
\ The immense crop of fruit and I enjoyment alike, and conduce to cannot send his two
is advocated younger sons out at once. This seems likea know 1 him as a teacher, having once been a
.vegetables soon to be provided for : by a large number of 11 the meals sana in corpore sano. good time to put in a word of caution to student of his ; we know him as a man from

., will need the largest and best steamships journals in that State. Mr. Flowerwas The Press of Florida is a credit to overdo those who it. are "booming" Florida not to long friendship. Among others are Prof.
: Quite
enough can truthfully be
for its rapid transmission. the competitor of Mr. William the State, and has done much to said to picture its advantages and attractions Lee, of Coneville ; Profs. Russell of Ilil-
0 Astor in a Republican district and the without the necessity t for soaring into the liard and Bailey and others with whom we
help on and
The improvement of the Fernan era prosperity realms of fancy. Yet I have observed, both not
are personally acquainted, that are wide-
'l i ; ; dina bar by jetties may be regardedas was elected to Congress by a large growth, upon which it has entered. a t this time and on the occasion of my, previous awake in the cause.
l visit
instances where
.1 a .a certainty from the experience majority. His course in Congress The improvement in the press itselfis but indignation has been exhibited not only by disgust per- I never expect to live among a more

1, already had. was marked by an honest adherence most marked. Large and well- sons whose expectations: had been unduly clever people than those I now am soon to
I to and in the excited by highly wrought and imaginative leave. Most of people do not love Callahan
principles interests of
; : :: We trust that our Senators andRepresentatives printcd journals are multiplying, descriptions.
honest : Mortality statistics show from first sight, but we have never heard of
\.. legislation. and an astonishingly
; enlargement and !
will these facts improvementseem
'. ., place low death-rate for all sections of this State, a person yet who ever lived here. but that
," before the River and Harbor Committee When Governor Cleveland was to be the order of the day. and if not officially authenticated, would in after days their hearts would fondly cling

t : ': of the House and the Senate 'nominated for Governor of New Let ,us improve\greatly: in the be we almost were at incredible.Cedar Key As we an found example that: out When of to he desolate spot" and its people. To

Committee on Commerce. York the question of location alone quality as the quantity of the mental a population of 3,000 there were only four myself, its memory in after days will be a
.' decided the vote in favor of Governor deaths within the past twelve months. By theme of delight in my evening re'eries.'Vhen .
food we offer toour the there is
.. facts speak themselves.. patrons. way shipped from Cedar Key I shall have reached
} : ; Georgian
: Cleveland.Mr. the great bulk of the cedar used in the man- my
: 0 :' ufacture of lead pencils throughout the home, up from the South a voice will ('omesweeter
r+ <;', THE LIQUOR QUESTION. : Flower is very popular with HONESTY THE BEST POLICY. world coming from the dense groves of than that of Calypse : Callahan.

:':, I' f' We referred in our last issue to the .I the masses of whom he is considered We are at a loss to conceive the cedar. which Ceday line Key the has entire also a coast very of large that oys-region farewell, and Heaven's blessing upon thee.

,, '.' I .; ::several modes of treating the liquortraflic the representative. He has risen motive of a recent disparaging noticeof ter the industry coast being, the of oysters size which are taken off W. C. Coras: *.
large and a fine
''I .. which have been prominently as a self-made man, like Garfield, to one of our Senators appearing in flavor. Xo less than seven wholesale oyster salty Pensioners in Nassau County

.:I : Y. before the public. prominence, and has always borne an East Florida paper and copied and which fish houses in are in active operation, In pursuance of the action of Congress we

,, ship large quantities all throughout publish the following list of pensioners fur-
;' There is one class constituting one- an unsullied reputation. He is quite into another. There'are few men in and the Georgia.Mr. interior. of Florida and to Alabama nished us officially by the Secretary of the

t .';, :. r I.J'. .. half of our total population practically active and energetic, and is known the United States Senate whose pub- Carnegie a wealthy iron manufacturerof Interior.It .

'5 1 unanimous in desiring as a high-toned, generous, whole- lic reputation for ability and sound Pittsburgh, purchased about two years ago will be seen by the lists being publishedin
1 the estate which
t absolutely prohibit the manufactureand souled man of good abilities and ex- Democratic principles stand higher eral Xathaniel Greene formerly, on belonged Cumberland to Gen-Is- the several counties of the State, how

t ; ': r -"F sale of liquors. We refer to the cellent common sense. At the present than that of our senior Senator. land. Cumberland Island, which is some small a proportion of the pensioners are residents -
; ten miles from Fernandina, is embraced in in the Southern States. We publish
t '," time there seems to be a greater concentration We do not think that the geographical limits of
gentler sex. As wives, as mothers, as an exponent the State of Geor- assent to us :

'. ; J, : and as children they feel the heaviest of choice upon Mr. Flower of Democratic doctrine and gia.the Duke Before of the Cumberland Revolution, from it whom belonged it derived to- XASSAI COUXTV.Schuyler .

; : \ .' .and saddest portion of the burden as a Presidential candidate thane : principles he differs from the best its name. It was confiscated by Georgia Robert S., Fernandina, wound
\ and presented by the left side $17
1 Legislature of that April, 18G3.
i .t. .;. :':: which intemperance places uponsociety. upon any other New York'111an, judgment and opinions of the recognized State to General Greene for his services in Thiede, Carl, Fernandina, injury to abdo-
r With the of these a point which will tell very largely leaders of the Democratic the Carolinas and Georgia. After the deathof
.' : tendency ; General Greene his widow married a Bos- men, $4, April, 1873.
I, ". minds to reach results directly, they in his favor in the National Convention party, and we can see no object in a ton gentleman by the name of Miller, and Oakes, Oliver S., Fernan ina. gun-shot

o .:. 1 .;. .t'.' say that if there was no liquor to be) where the importance of securing criticism which we believe to be un- magnificent they lived for estate a number in a style of years of baronial on this wound left leg, $4, November, ISG!).

f :;:: : had there would be no intoxicationcaused the vote of New York will be true in fact, and which assumes that splendor. invitation of Mrs. Carnegie. Downie, Bettie M., Fernandina, cvido\v.
$25 :
h who is spending the winter February, 1881.
on the Island
.. -\t its This is true and deemed of supreme importance. the apathy arising from overconfidence with her children
: by use. I I. we paid a visit to the estate Wright. Benjamin, Fernandina, shot

,r' it is also true that if there was no demand THE FLORIDA MIRROR." which lost us the election of in the, and steam were yacht carried belonging over from to Fernandina Mr. Carne wound right knee. $2. November, 1878.

'",' I !? for liquor there would be none I A change in the proprietorship of that ad- 1882, was due to the honest and gie. The island is a perfect paradise wildly Wood, William F., Fernandlna; injury to
luxuriant in every species of semi abdomen, $15, December 1863.
', t < ; manufactured or sold. mirable journal the Florida Jlirror, of Fer- straightforward enunciation of Dem- tree and plant, and with great -tropical lined
avenues Duryee
> I William( B. C., Fernandina,
o \ .& The demand the nandina, is announced, but we are pleased ocratic doctrines. with sturdy giant live oaks. Deer roam at gun-
precedes supply snot wound
will spine, $20, December, 1SG3.McGIew .
through the shade
1. to know that the change does not extend to and vast
f;: and if any legislation could operate the editorial department, where Major Geo. If an honest statement of our said recesses of its forests. Lord Huntingdon Samuel Hilliard, gun-shot
principles members of the he did not know of a gentleman's park wound right arm, December, $14,1SGS.
': poll the buyer equally with the as Democratic -
:: u1 R. Fairbanks, historian literateur and in all great Britain that was superior to it in -
.: :: seller. there would be less difficulty skilled journalist, remains to assure ex- party is injudicious, we do not natural beauty. Mrs. Carnegie took us to The Palattea- Neics."

!: ;i- : in dealing with this question. cellencein keeping with the quite unequalled see upon what plea we have any inscription the: old family"cemetery on the tombstone, where of Light-Horse we read the The Palalka Daily Nzws adds another to
mechanical of the
workmanship paper. The right to the control of the Government Harry Lee, who died and was buried the our list of dailies in Florida. The yew is
':' I : ... It has been too much the fashion new proprietors, who have purchased this on
complete printing establishment from estate while on a visit to its owner in 1818. well gotten up and is a credit to the enterprising -
', with very and its policy. A few feet from the
: io denounce unsparing severitythose the Florida Town Improvement Company, liant resting-place of the bril- editors and publishers. Messrs. Speer
+i : the traffic( Messrs. Charles ,Yo Lewis and Charles Senator and daring partisan of the revolution and
: who are engaged in are Bayard certainly commands is a stone which marks the Harrison, as well as to the prosperous
II. Berg. The first named, who has cha6eof grave of a young
;:t reserving sympathy for the victim oft I I the Land Department of the Transit the respect and admiration gentleman of Boston named Jackson, who city in which it is located.
Railroad, is a writer and statistician of note of the died in 1803, while the guest of his friend, -
for the
country firmness andconsistency
Mr. The
Miller. Senate has
J. intemperance. and Mr. Berg is known by his practical The record on the stone details passed a Bill for a public
Judged by a more just standard, work having long had, the management of with which he maintains only the virtues of the deceased, but makes building at Key West to cost $100.000.
no mention
the Mirror office, and secured for it high of the manner of his death. Pensacola and Key West providedfor
at all times being
reckes81y'giYcS and the Democratic Tradition
the man who deliberately or reputation in all departments of typographic places it that the young Bostonian
and a should also receive hihera
: way to his ,appetite and art.-Tallahassee Floridian. faith and principles, and Sena- reled fieryyouth of South Carolina quar-
at the dinner table of their host, the appropriation for this purpose.



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Office hours :-a. in. until 8; p. in. 1 to 2 Florida Lands. RIVER AND OCEAN
List of Letters and_7_to 8. 22 ly* STEAMERS.

Remaining in the t-Officeat }Fernandi on

na, NaSSau county, Florida, March 8, 1884. DR. IV. E. SNYDER, MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !

"'!'SIms calling for these letters must say 8 0H

r'rtisccJ: (m.f) r ctO > The Peninsular 1_ ,

lllen.Thos Lacroise Moris H > er FLORIDA
Humor A Ladyar, Tommy
Crown Emma Lead, Alice ) 53W3 AND
Bwrell, Miss C Little, Ro iaMcClennon ff z

lkno! i Peter Seen ty H ="" __]Tropical Florida _
Rn wn, Mary M Montgomery Jack 1 11 .tj } iT -_ zFi L'
r ibil1. Win A Mann, Tyner n ..
+i:ri1 k:, Mary )McCrea Kittic
(:rimh, \j fly Pearce. Chas 1V. K.: BAUKNIGHT RAILROAD C JrP AXlES .
liiulise< L.Dudley Parker, Miss E J ,
WmManey Parker, Ida AGENT, :
'Mrs Thos Robinson, Moses 0 AND STOCK DEALER, ', II, ,. .; : .t. .
'kiiuc*, Adolphus Russell H t Co BUTCHER ANDDealer ,. COUNTIES OF-- .' s '. !}.:."'.
iitxilale, Alice II Sams, Alen in Ice i : L _ _
''in*. :Miss; jeor' oHerring Stuart M C
ALA.Oau:: --
ILirjMT( Henry Shaylor, S T BROOM STREET WHARF, ;, -
ILoelton, Jas Smith. Geo
IWland, Mrs Peggie Cilia, Sie 19-tf FERNAN DIVA. FLA. PUTN AM"7RION7
King, Jim Shaw John
Johnson, Mrs Maggie Wideawake, Bcnj
u11wi'a1; Williams, Rose COXTItACTOR AND BUILDER, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1.080 T<)NS.

Lnmltcrg, MaridtVi11ianis: Lucretia STATE OFWESTERN TEXAS, 1,543: TONS.
liincos, Henry Williams, Susan E Alachua Street, between Second and Third, BUNTER AND CARONDELET. 1,508 TONS.

Williams\ Alexander. FERNANDINA, FLA. 'T EX.&S. 1,210 TONS.
Orders and estimates from a distance care
fully attended to. 25tf'N" ONLY DIRECT
Administratrix Sale. PRICES FROM LINE TO NEW YORK.

(' that on the ninth day of April, ANSLEY7I of the above
STEAMERS: will sail from
4\ 1))
l6Si. I, as administratrix of the
'"fl'Iiilip Thomas estate $1.25 to $10 ::Acre.All THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
deceased, will apply to the per Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
son :at Pernandma. Fla., for authority to I Q.I This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
!I.II all thc rights, title and interest of 'Eva t York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
A. Thomas Louisa B. Thomas, Eliza W. r rb these lands are in the central FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
Ti'''.Elizabeth Thomaand Francis: The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
Tl rftvuaMtl, in the following described lauds I "I connections at FERNANDINA FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
i+lIg all that tract or parcel of land situated within fifteen miles of Railroads in ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence bv Steamers to all points on the ST.
OQ Amelia Island in said County of Nassau, successful JOHNS, OCKLA'V AHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
Honda,and better known on the public plats"said South side Centre St., near the Depot.- operation, traversing a territory RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
county as the northern one-third of which is PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
the Samuel Harrison grant, or section FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND being more rapidly for LAKE WEIR.

twenty ((20)), in township two ((2)), north of MADE TO ORDER. settled and developed than any other THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

taiga twenty-eight ((28)) east, containing one All work warranted. freight, rates and schedules further
passage ,
+uuudml: and fifty acres more or less. -- ---- part of the State. or apply to
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Administratrix of Estate of Philip Thomas.; FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER The fertility of the soil and accessi- FERN ANDINA, FLORIDA.
Fernandina, Fla., March 8, 1884. C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
bility to the largest and best markets Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

Administratrix Sale. FOR SALE CHEAP : make these lands particularly desira-

ALL WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN TAKE Tili DOINGS AND SLABS 10, cents per load. ble for the cultivation of fruits. ,1 and GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.

That on the 9th day of April. A. D., 1884,
''nil.' as Administratrix: of the estate of ROUGH LUMBER, early vegetables for shipment.. For

John;Court D. Jones i m and, deceased for said,county apply,to at the Fernan-County From $5 to $lf per M ft., large and immediate profits there is H.E.DOTTERERINVITES:

na, for authority to sell the interest of the according to quality.
no industry in Florida to the
J(If-sed, r that is Minnie S.: Jones Sallie V. $12 to $20 per M. feet raising of early vegetables for Northern f
Mary J- Jones Agnes S. Jones, Orders by Telephone attended *! *
fI;+ L. promptly to. _* *
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es, in the following real estate, markets. -I- --
gnateil; and being in said WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,
County of Nassau,
j-Wida. : the S E J of the S W i of section Steam Saw and Planing Mill. For new and descriptive circular, { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }

t township ((3)) three, north of range 23, -I-1 _
XL twenty:!3, township ((3)) three, north, CHAS. W. LEWIS, I
nait,rf ri cast, in all eighty acres; also a O. S. OAKES EMBRACING
!t. !land known and described as the Land.Commissioner, IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
urrll) grant.

of the Est. of John D.Jones Or Ocala, Florida. 38 .
__ rnandinn, Fla.. March 4, 1884. t
-- And Manufacturer

UPHOLSTERER, ....,,:, ,.Y f :'. :/< ,'._.::......."../''It'I.." ;.. .. PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
Foot of Centre Street, BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, .

f)1tXAN f urtiture DIN t, -FLORIDA. NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. .; }. n..;. :-, :.r: -+FINE TEAS AND COFFEESf5Htt +--

Hair Mattresses rcpaired in the best manner, .y y, : -++ :*:; : +_ .

a+Kice.( made to order at short STAIR and CHURCH WORE a SPECIALTY. 'k...S'yt.. ..::, 7/. :,ff r

Elevations and Floor Plans, with esti I

In experienced. lumber mates, furnished at reasonable rates. GOODS
- Received.Ur
arker, inspector and Every Steamer.
t .. .
rust be accurate and quick. j&f Orders by mail promptly attended to .; ,, ...f _

J..C. IlEvn..Feniandina. Address P.O. Box: 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 .;' .,. I I ..
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I County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of Jaxes-Henry W. Long. -
3i,. United States Olliccrs. Collecor RC1euucP.. Trantham FLORIDA CENTRAL &
Clerk F. J. Pons, Sanderson. of ., CARD WESTERS j 1 lIt
C. Herndon Sanderson. O ala. TD1E (Central, or Ninetieth
Sheriff-U. OF THE Meridian
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Schools M. I.. Paine )
Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Superintendent of ,
',? '., Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA TRANSIT.& PENINSULARAND November 18' is.i>

:.J Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville. Collector of Ret'emu-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. pOMMENCING this date, Trains on ;il
or-General-Malachi '\J road and its connection will
.''. Suru Martin, derson.:; County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. lows : run -is ful;

1" t hassee. Superintendent of Sc/LOo13-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE It. R- WESTWARD.:

.; < DISTRICT COURT. Samlcrsun. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. No. 3.

1 Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-V.'alter C. Maloney, Jr., In Effect January 14th, ISSj. \(' No. LMail.
\ ': 'arltal- H. Durkee, Jacksonville. J. R. Richard Providence. Key West. .Leave ; .
County Judge- Jacksonville...... 3.40 pm aoua
,; Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville; Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of. Revenue-Mason S. Moreno. GOING SOUTH.! '" Baldwin! ........... 5.4': pin X.-J.I a-

'J,! ,. INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West. Day Pas. St. .." -Lake City........... 10', aQp
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville.COLLECTOnS Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris. ,Key A M. JP.M. Live Oak........... 12.50 a m Il..t
OF CUSTOMS. Butler. West. Leave Fernandina......:.......... 7.15 6.40 '** -'I a( '1.un:1::; = : ;-) a m 1.11; -

.. ; Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.45 7.25 -Arrive.Monticcllo........ 5.20 am :;i.lUl'Dr PUt

J John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan Arrive Callahan.................... 8,38 8.25 '* Tallahassee.7.05am: :;.'il

't.' r Edwin Higgins, Jacksonvillt.I '. Superintendent of SC/LOo13-L. B. Rhodes, dina. Leave Callahan...................... 8.50 9.10 Leave .Tallahassee:: ........ 7.45 a m 'UIlI 1'1:1:

.; \ John F. House, St. Augustine. Stance. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Dutton.................. ..... 9.17 9.45 ArriveQuincy............. 0.25: a m 5.11'4ltq J'1 I

REV ARD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch......... 9. 52 10.02 Chatta. River......11.1- a in ;,.t) I

State Onlcel's.I Cuunty Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fei- Arrive Baldwin' .................... 9.50 10.25 Leave River Junction... h.lMJpa p'a

tJ J Point. nandina. Leave Baldwin....................... 9.55 11.00 Arrive. Marianna.......... Ii. .") Jlat

EXECUTIVE; DEPARTMENT. Clerk:-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott.. Fer- Leave Maxville....................10.22 11.24: *' Pensacola.......... 11.4.ipy

Sheriff John II. Laws, City Point. nandina. Leave Highland...................10.40 11.48 Montgomery...... t Ii.; ;iarr :
;. (ot'crnor-\Vm. D. Bloxluun, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higginbotbam A.M.-: ." Mobile.........._

Licuteniint'Govcrnor-Livingston W. Beth na.Collector. Callahan. Leave Lawtey........................10.55 12.07 New Orleans.I ...' 10.11) 1lI. '

,f ,II/. el, Key West.Secretary of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- ORANGECOUNTY. Leave Temple's.................. .11.10 12.29 Nashville........? 7.1.1 1 p,'_"

,.'f of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- lando, Orange county.Supcrintendettt J.M. Orlando Leave Starke........................11.36 12.39 *' Louisville. :! ......... :!.:;tl.l"

.+' '. lahassee.Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. of Schools-M. E. English, Clerk-J.County Judge P. Hughey- ,Bergs Orlando., Leave. Thurston.' ...'.......:..... ...11.48 12.57 Cincinnati l ........ ti.d!iap: ,

t Titusville.: Sheriff Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. p. M.
'j t Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallah.Tall ssee. CLAY COUNT:. Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo....:..........:........12.08 1.25? EASTWARD.No.. 4. XII .,.

AttorneyGeneralGeorge P. Raney, J. T. Reid Fla.Collect01'. Leave Waldo.....;..................12.20 1.40 Accom.Arrive Mail
County Judge- Copeland, Orange ,
i hassee. .. Leave Gainesville................. 1.05 2.3G .
''Commissioner Lands-P. ." White. .-Park. of ReL'Cllllc-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. Jacksonville: ..... 7.30 am !9i(>W r) pltUI
of Clerk-J. T.. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. '. Leave Arredondo................... 1.23; 3.00 Leave .Baldwin........... G.OOam $.21 pet
Tallahassee. Leave ......... ...... ........ 1.35 3.15 *4 ... .) "
Public Instruction E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, Palmer iLakeCity ........ ....-0 a n1 " Iltlt
Superintendent of Springs. Fort Reid. Leave. Archer":....................... 1.51 3.35 Live Oak..12.15 .1111 5.,,'p'

Foster, Tallahassee. Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Brbnson..V..l.; :.........;'..... 2.20 4.10 Madison ............ 3.40 pin -1.11:;; fllX

...fljlttant-General-J.E. Yonge, I Collector of Relenue-A. S Chalker. I Leave Otter Creek...........;...... 2.57 4.58. Monticello........ 5.50pm I.a 'n1
1 BUREAU OF IMMIGKATION.Commissioner I ".' Superintendent of. Schools.*-R. W. Davis, Judge of PI'obate-D. Harrison, Palatka. Leave Rosewood........ ........... 3.30 :: 5.44Arrive il Tallahassee.........4.40pm pa

i' -A. A. Robinson, Tallahassee I )Iiddlebur Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. Cedar Key.'...";..,*!',...... 4-0.0. G.20: 'Arrive Tallahassee....... 3.55,pm l.U11'1JI
Thomas .
( > : COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff A. J. Woods.Shally.Assessor GOING ; 1 Leave Qunc! )"......L20: 'pm 11.5fam
'Clerk R. C. Long, Tallahassee.! NORTH.Day r Leave Chatt'cheeRiverl2.10
: W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Collector Pus. Xt'Pus. :pin 11.I.l
County Judge- City. of Revenue-Joseph Price. "
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor River Junction... 11.lwl..
Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. "W. .\.:\r. P.M. *' aia;
Jacksonville. MariannaLeave ..........
Building, Sheriff( J. ,Yo Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.00 .7.50 1O.m:JUt
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.CountyJudge'V. Leave Rosewood................... 7.32 8.35 3laalrMontgomery ; ;
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: Chief Justice.-K. )[. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes J. L. Parish, Lake City. H. Parker Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.03 9.15 !9,45 IIIJ
) Perry. Mobile............... llV
? Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson.......... ........... 8.39 10.05 u New Orleans..... ptt
Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Leave Archer ........................ 9.07 10,42 (0.15 pa!
.. Perry. Nashville..........
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenlmrgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Leave Palmer ........................ 9.23: 11.02 s.rSaaj.
Superintendent of ScLQolT. J. Faulkner Louisville...........
I '' Leave Arredondo................... 938 11.19 l.U'JLRYCincinnati.
Jacksonville. ; William A. McLean Jack- "
County Judge Perry. .........
E Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. Tl'ccmtl'cr-D. S. Sutton Leave Gainesville...................10.00 11.45Arrive 8.aipa; :
sonville. County Trains
Perry. 1 and 2 Trains Sand
Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. N. Cox Waldo.......... ............10.42 12.40 daily ; 4 cl LuIr
t CIRCUIT JIIDGES.I County SunCJJo-D.; Perry. except Sunday.
Sheriff{ Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Jacnuc-J. B. Hardee, Perry. A. M. Only line with Soun TRAINS Jack
First .Circuit -Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Taxes Daniel P. Smith Jack- Assessor Taxes Leave Waldo.........................10.52 2.00 o1l\ill-
11. L. Henderson.ST.
.. of -- of to Pensacola and Pullman
sacola. i Leave Thurston.....................11.13 2.30 daily New; Sleepers
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville.Collector RC'L'entle-)1oses J. Brown JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Starke.....'....................11.48 2.47 Jacksonville to : Orleans daily.
of ,
see. County Judge M. It. Cooper St. Augus- Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55p. CONNECTIONS.At .
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison.
i Schools Albert J. Rus- tine. )[. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line (
of s
Fourth Circuit-James )[. Baker, Jackson sell Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave Lawtey........................12.17 3.20 all points North and East; with the Fl'fl1.11.

ville. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine: Leave Highland....................12.33 3.40 dina it Jacksonville Railroad for Fentuidina -
R Fifth Circuit Thomas P. King, Gainesville. HAMILTON: COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. Leave Maxville.....................12.53 4.05 ; and with Steamers:; for all poinbose

County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. '. Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.20? 4.40 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc.
; Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph 'F. Llambias, Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.25 5.20, At Baldwin with Florida Transit iV: )Peninsular -
f Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, :Sanford; Sheriff{ Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Brandv Branch............ 1.45 5.45 Railroad for Gainesville, Ocala. !-'I.'I'-

Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Pcrpall, Leave Dutton......................... 2.00 G.05 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.

Court Calendar.FIRST Collector of Rtt'enue'V. II. H. McLeod. St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.28 G.50' -At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida

Columbia cOunty.Superintcndcnt SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan..................... 2.35 :7.35 Western Railroad.
CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed, Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 8.50
I At Tallahassee with St. Marks Brand:
J. R. Steele ,
County Judge- Leesburg
Fall Term- Jasper. ; Arrive Fernandi.ia................ 3.50 9.25 i iI Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Jsafc-
2d in Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. I
Santa Rosa, Monday October. HERNANDO COUNTY. I .
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. ::.iDay Passenger daily except Sunday; urdays.At
County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor Taxes A. B. Goodwin. Chattahoochee River, with the Pens-:
of .
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR .
ville. cola. & Atlantic Railroad for )Iari.'uma.l'm-
Collector Retcnue-Jo Hutchinson
of >eph ,
October. Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Sumterville. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New -Orleans,

: Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff J. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-. DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, South-wet,

October. 4th in Assessor of lores-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville.. and Northwest,, and with all boats for Ape:
Jackson 3d Monday after Monday
-ville. GOING SOUTH. lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula.

October. Collector of Ret'cnue-F.)1. Hedich,Brooks. SUWANEE COUNTY. Day Pas. A't&as. TherShortest, Quickest and Best.Route tic
i Escambia. Monday in December. ville. County Judgi-M. M. Blackburn, Live P.M.: A.M.: all points"Vest.

This act amended section 2 of act of February Oak. .......... ........
Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, Leave Waldo...... 12.25 1.40 S3- Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE;
t .iJ. 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Dade. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Dixie..........................12.47 2.10 the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florid!

4 : Spring Term. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 1.03 .2.33 Central and'Western Railroad.
THIRD CIRCUIT. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Lochloosa.................... 1.20 2.57 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car JJerite

Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue Wilson II. Sessions, Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28,, secured at Company's Depot Ticket Offi%,
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 11;

April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.

Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Live Oak. Leave Ocala............................ 3.05 4.45 W. \1. DAVIDSON,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40 General Manager, Jacksonville Fla.

Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa.Superintendent. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- Arrive Wildwood.................. 4.12 G.15 WILLIAM O. AMES

I in April.Columbia. of Sc/wols-'V.P. Henderson prise. Arrive Leesburg.................... 4.45 7.30 Gen'l .Passenger Agent, Jacksonville:
3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. 'Y ALTER.G. COLEMAN,
Clerk-John W. Dickins
Enterprise.! GOING NORTH. .
in April. JEFFERSON. Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville,Fl.1.:
A. Cone
Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday Shcl'iff'V. Enterprise. A.M. P. }r.
I in April. County Judge-J. B. Christie Monticello., Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen Leave Leesburg...................... G.25 G.15
; B. Simkins
Fall Term- Sheriff-To Cove. Leave Wildwood..... .............. G.55 7.00
:: Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird of ,Schools Monticello.-W. R. Taylor Collector of Ile1enue-P. N. Bryan, Glen Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40

;';: October. Superintendent Cove. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42

:: f I Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello.Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau Mon Superintendent of Sc/wols-L. D. Huston, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22 ,
II'A Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello.; County Enterprise. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.28;

Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Collector of ReL'elme-J. H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Orange Lake................. 9.12 10.08 *
:. October. ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45
: 4th in Charles ... .......... 11.15 ESTATE AGENTS
Columbia, 3d Monday after Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Sheriff Aligord, Crawfordville. Leave Hawthorne.. 9.54 REAL ,

; I October. keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Dixie.........................10.11 11.35 ST. MARY'S, GEORGIC
: : Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, A. JI.

i.j f in October. Crawfordville. Arrive Waldo... ..... ............10.35 12.15gDay Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated.Exchanges
County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy.
; FOURTH CIRCUIT County Trea.surerYo W. Walker, Craw- Passenger daily except Sunday ; effected. .
Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town.
I' I : Spring Term fordville. Night Passenger daily. Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to t
John's 2d in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector Ret'enue-R. C. McMillan Craw
: St. Tuesday of acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to4iOX
i I Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Sclwol.s-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville. acres, for sale.

: j Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-II. H. Walker, Craw- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE: R. R. "
.N. B. St. been
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Tl'easurer-J.)1. N. Peacock, New fordville. Mary's having
Troy. GOING SOUTH. as:the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi
Nassau 3d Tuesday in April.
I! Duval ,1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, Leave Fernandina....................... 4.30 p. m. Canal (under the survey made for Government :

: Fall Term, Old Town. All Whom it May ConcernWILL Leave Hart's Road..................... 5.10 p. m. by General GiNmore), charters forte

I ; .. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, Arrive Jacksonville..................... G.15 p. m. construction of which having been grantee
:. the
New Troy. HEREBY TAKE NOTICE, by the United States Government and
: Clay 4th Tuesday in September. GOING NORTH.
I, P. L. MURPHY, Adminis- Legislatures of Georgia and Florida a fcnss
: r Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. trator of the estate of Patrick Murphy, deceased Leave'Jacksonville..................... 9.00 a. m. increase in the value of adjacent lands *&$
55 \ ; Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. will make application to the Leave Hart's Road.....................10.05a.m. be for." See Nee YOre
Judge confidently-'looked: (
S, Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. of the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuitof Arrive Fernandina.....................10.45a.m. Sun, 27-3-83.)
in November. Clerk-C. A. Tallahassee.
j Duval, 1st Tuesday 5- Trains daily.
Florida at Chambers in
Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel sitting,
: FIFTH CIRCUIT.. Tallahassee. in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, in said
; Spring Term- Circuit the 26th of A.
on day February,
Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. CONNECTIONS.AT .
I r I :. Sumter, 3d Monday in March. 1884, for a decree authorizing and empowering -
Collector of RC'L'ellUe-C. C. Pcarce Talla
I Marion 4th : in March. ,
me, as Administrator aforesaid, to sell
Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. for distribution, and dispose of, the following FERNANDINA, FLA.,
Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. -
; :1 :March. described lands and real estate, situated and
f With New York and Fernandina Steam- SEA ISLAND ROUTE
: : Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY. being in the counties of Alachua and Levy, ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
: I :March. in said State, and in the Fifth Judicial Circuit for New York -TO-
,. on Thursday.
; Alachua 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
t of Florida and beyond the limits of the With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- ...
t i : 's ;, March Sheriff,( J. S. Parker, Bronson. Fourth Judicial, within which letters of ad- nah and Brunswick:, daily except Sunday.AT SA.-V..8.: .. .:S:
Assessor Taxes Louis Bronson.
.f; Fall Term- of Appell, ministration were granted on said estate,
: Sumterlst :Monday: in October. Collector of RC'L'enue-JJ. B. Barco, Cedar which lands arc described as follows :- CALLAHAN.To --

f Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. In the town of Archer, in the county o and from Savannah and Charleston! ;THE STEAMER

I: '', Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Alachua, said State-Lots one and two ((1 and all points North and West, daily.AT CITY OF BRIDGET03

1 ;. ':. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. and 2)) in Block No. 17, and Lots 7,8 and 0 BALDWIN, FL. .,
f :: Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. (seven, eight and nine) in Block No. 23 d'WPd',
t To and from Jacksonville Tallahassee
.,. ,.I-,' November. 5 5i County Judge-R. )I. Withcrspoon, Madi ( twenty-three), according to the map or and all points South, West, and Northwest, ..... \.
i } .: SEVENTH CIRCUIT. plan of said town of Archer and in the I A '" 1.1 1\:
,. ; ..1
j' .
""' son. daily. \
i 1 'ir i Spring' ,- 4 .. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. town of Waldo, in said county of Alachua '; ':/-"". :-: 'rJ t h-", ...... .I

: ::; r.: Orange, 4th Monday in January. ? Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Lots Nos. 0 and 10 (nine and ten) in Block AT HAWTHORNE, J\L .. .. -'' l run ? S I
> Volusia, 3d Monday in February.Brevard To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. '
: ?. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, No. 22 (twenty-two)), according to the mapor
t : ': 1st Monday in March. ; Madison. plan of said town of Waldo; and in the AT WILDWOOD. .;: ::4.JA
;., Dade, 3d Monday in April. :County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. county of Levy, said State-the N.E. i, and With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand FERNANDINA FOR SA\AS
;' Fall Term- the N.E.1. of the :N.W. i Section: 35 (thirty- LEAVES
Collector Re1enueD. D. Wordsend I1 x5
I of Tampa daily except Sunday. after the arrival of thev
i }: :; Orange, Monday: in August. : Madison. five) Township 12 (twelve) S., R. 14 (four- With Stage Line to and from Leesburg trains from JACKSONVILLE and'EDA: *
5.S : Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Assessor Taxes-'Y. P. Mad teen) East, 200 acres; according to the statute daily rearba;?
i) i' ? Brevard 4th :Monday in September. of Thompson, in such cases provided. except Sunday.AT KEY, on Sunday Wednesday,

-j E i Dade, 2<1 Monday in November. ison. i. P. L. MURPHY, CEDAR KEY, FLA., Savannah on the following morning-: fU
; SavannahFernandina
MANATEE COUNTY. : Administrator of Estate of Patrick Murphy, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Returning, Steamer leaver Saturday,

; J ,. ', Comity: Olliccrs.ALACHUA. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. deceased. 9-30d Westand Havana, every Saturday ; for New Through tickets on Tuesday sold to and New York. 11 1 to'
Orleans Friday from West and
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee. every ; Key
',' .:; delphia, Boston, and Baltimore.For
Sheriff A. S. Watson Pine Level.Assessor IIATCIIIXG. Havana every Friday: from New Orleans
: EGGS FOR apply t(>
tickets and state-rooms,
t. Junius C. Gardner. Gaines-
: ; K County Judge- of Taxes-W. P. Parish, Braden- every Saturday.With TUCKER Agent
W. B. ,
", } Ylllc.i4' town. Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
1 : ,', .'. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. BROWN LEGHORNS, for and from Office foot of Centre Street
: Collector of Rcrcmte-Marion-. Carlton Key West. )Monday and
'' S. C. Tucker Arredondo.Assessor : ,
( t'V';: 5 Sherijf Popash. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday :
r.l.T SH.. Gaines- 'I{ J. A. MERCIEE.
Wienges DUCKS.
; r' of Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward PEKIN and Friday. -
!! r-_ ville.Collectoraf. Pine Level.. For information respecting routes, rates, :
t : ,:". Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines PRICE $2.00 PER SETTING OF 13. etc., apply, to J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager.OFFICES .

"s, ville.Superintendent. MARION COUNTY. A. 0..3L\cDONELL, : n-..
: ',' of Schools W. N. Sheats, County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Guaranteed Pure and Fresh. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent. Corner Bay and Ocean Sts. Jacksonville '( ?

5- Gainesville. : ) Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. 9WARREN F. SCOTT. .J3. E. MAXWELL: Gen' Supt. 21 Bull and Congress Strects..Sa'.anna 1, *-






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FLOOJtS / Travelers Guide.

'..., .-... ..';......, ....:.BRADLEY'S. FERTILIZERS ,
.'" -' ;
WILL DO-TUB OHIO FLOODS passenger train leaves 5e-"'. '"- .
\VIJ.LCK(,V WORSE AND WORSE. For Cedar Key and Wild wood and '<- "1\+:Mti':/i .' 'SY.x : : BRADLEY'SORANGE
:;: :
all ,
points on Transit Road......_ 7.15 u. m. ; :"

Mr Felix O., v tlcl, of Cincinnati writes to ForSavannah and all points :, ,,, ::.: .,;: ;:.t'. j .,;;,'r:,,.y'.:" : TREE CIRCLE BRAND

the jitfu/w of that city..ihowiiig, bnnalo- and \Y 6cv...*..**..........*.**........... 7.15 a. ni. {.' -- .... ,''., ,. ..4'it', 'H :' FERTILIZER
r !
Vr-iml comparison! tu! cane of the Hoods (connecting at Callahan.) >,>:: :. .1' ':: ..-. .,..,.-'I'-! :it:':., BONE ,
St'eOii and predicting( that they will For Tallahassee Pensacola '" >" .... il 'j1; , .
t| >. ,and all ', > : :: : J. ; :: ,, .- I BRADLEY'
each unless the present; points the : <, .;... : (,;,;, BRADLEY'S
!.'!'tIwor e year on Florida Central & .,,:..:...1. ;p. J.1if' "' .", ( ., ... ..s1 fl' .. j' _
;.lice of destrcyilg the forests cf the count Western" Railroad................. ... 7.15a.m. a.-'-L lS.t-'I.v+.,,. ..'<-._ .,"f' .! ..... '( -. FLORIDA
t is ::.tol'pl'd. The cllect of tillS deforestatitnu (connecting at Baldwin.) ;. .: ,;" ,: I _.,;:: ..:,,,. PURE
/<;' 1 ';.i $ :. ",:... # ;':i.'.: I"/ ; t
Ill' saic1.l can) easily shown.hy table n very ,I Day passenger train arrives- ..." .' ,' -, ..'. :-" _.' U VEGETABLE FINEGROUNDBON.E
Cu\'er with -
illlpic' c'xl'crimcllt.1 a a From Cedar Key, Wildwood and .,:, : ,
of moss and pour on J... )
ihu-K kk stratum spongy a all : ':h'.fL''r'tt .-; ";" ; -, \6 { -
points on the Transit Road... 3.50 '
IiICJn of water. The water wall ooze through From Savannah and all points in .p.m. : :;' ;" --:}t::..". _, ; J::: .

and trickle clown of the filtration table, but will very continue slowly) the North and West................ 3.50 p. m. ,,--.: :0' ;:;'! :'- '( : .. i:.., BRADLEY'SPATENT : BRADLEY'S .
ami process From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and ." ;k i _
hours after the f 1. r -
four : table
time : \ -
r.l =
Ji,rat lon ; all points on the Florida Central \r\-.f-: < -- B.D. SEA-FOWL
be dripping wet. Then remove the ,
.ill8tiJl the same gallon-pot the fe Western Hail road................. 3.50 n.. m. .: -.ri ( ;:::.5':" y. ; PHOSPHATE. =_ __._.
-iinl empty on GUANO
-w)-S -. .. ; _
atitre of the taoie TIllS tllue tile delu, Grill Night passenger train leaves- =--

pour down in' a quick rush, and four For Cedar Key, Wildwood, and all J : \ : : ---

!huur* later the table will be as dry as if points on the Transit Road........ G.40 D. in. T ,. W. H. GARLAND, = GEO. E. WILSON.
*) hine had ha})pc ned.. With the same For Savannah and all points North i Jf. ,i' .

of result a rain-shower acts on a and West........... .................... 6.40 1'. m. '. .3 AGENT, '
loaded c and treeless country. The forest, (connecting at Callahan.) '" '. STATE AGENT,
with its network of moss and roots, absorbs For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all l. -'co".1 FERNANDINA, FLA. "
cine-tenths of the moisture, and yields it points on the Florida Central & -; .' ; -' JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

aiilv slowly in brooks and perennial springs.A Western Railroad..................... G.40. 1'. m. :' ':J' : J I" '-
rakeil hill permits i it to pour down in (connecting Baldwin.) c .' .. ,. -
: :: .t: ,
c. brooks swell to torrents and : ::.' FER'l-'ILIZERS
irersto seas ; while in the summer time Night passenger train arrives- !

these same rivers shrink to shallow creeks; From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and

:J)(headwaters in the treeless mountains From all points Savannah on the and Transit all points 9.25 a. m. I have on hand, and am constantly receiving, supplies of

Lace In Italy nm dry., where\ the forests; were destroyedrears the North and West................. 9.25 a. in. Wilkins on's Celebrated Bone Fertilizers

ago, tFic effect is very conspicuous. From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and ,
In of the destruction of the all points on Florida Central & Florida Lands.The FOR FRUIT

wodlands consequence(: i in the mountainous regions"; in Western Railroad..................... 9.25 a. m.FERJfANDINA TREES, GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.

which the river Po rises, that stream has All ED
t JACKSONVILLE R. R. PREP PROCESS, especially suited to our soil and climate
wasted its own shores and stripped the enabling crops to withstand drouth. .
Southern of 300tO O.OOOOOO cubic Train leaves daily= .Jji1'Sold
Alps yards: at Manufacturer's
tf earth and pebbles, impoverishing the For Jacksonville...........................4::% p. m. Prices, freight added.]
>bod and filling its own bed, so that while, Train arrives daily- Peninsular {- --ALSO ix STOCK :-

formerly, a week's rain was requisite to From Jacksonville.....................10.45 a. m. Pure Ground Bone, Dissolved Bone for Composting, Cotton-Seed Heal
flood the rin'r.t Il e)', a single thunder Ash Element ,
stouter now frequently accomplishes the SEA ISLAND ROUTE. AND Muriate and Sulphate of Potash, Land Plaster, etc.

I I an!tie res From Savannah by the Bridgeton, ,?9*Send for Circulars and prices.

I If the deforestation of the country in Tuesday and Saturday.............. 4.00 p. m. TV. 1?. SCOTT.
I vhicU) the Po rises produces this result, For Savannah by steamer City of ; :: ?!Tropical. Florida Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883.: f m

! wleit must be the effect of the destruction of Bridgeton, Sunday, Wednesday 5.00 p. m.

:, Swrsts in the mountainous regions where -
;!n- Ohio has its sources, a region ten times MALLORY LINE. RAILROAD COMPANIES

a*great For New York direct, by steam- '
+ .
j '- ships State of Texas or City of SlCLEY3SEEDSof '

: FACTS All OUT DIVORCE. San Antonio. Thnrs lay evening............... ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE
i r __ From New York direct by City of

San Antonio and State of Texas, COUNTIES OF ALL PLANTS for ALL CROPS for ALL CL1.

t SOME ruinous STATISTIC. every Friday.......................... 3.00p.m. Grain MATES.and' Farm!! Ah f Seed are tested; only the hest Bentout
A. French philosopher: has been collecting .------ --- ,---- of culture of Grains Root Crops Manual, Grasses; History, Fodder and best Crops methods, Tree/
die t Lti'lie"i! of divorce, and lecturing the (Plantingetc. only lOcts. Annual Catalogue and Price Litt
on several of
Post-Office Notice. ALAOaU: :: thonsand varieties, FREE pooa SEEDS
tcorieswith which they supply him. Then SIOLE9'SSEEDS HIRAM SIBLEY &
CO. Rochester
ulh are interest ing. and in some respects Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00: P. M. (N.Yr ChicagoIII.
1 in?IIJ:1r. Some well known theories are PUTNAM
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. ,
Ilit"Isl't/ by his facts and figures. Tak-
in;: a//rtxeti: !stantLmrd. of 1,000 marriages, the Money Orders and Registered Letters from

)Uiil'/ >"'1'H'r! distributes all countries into 8:00: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M MARION COLLINS & ;HARTFORDEstablished

-rltllps-Gruup.A: when the divorces to 3:30 P. M.ARRIVAL B
:average from 1 to :5 in the 1,000 ; group It,
,when they run from G to 10-;; group C, AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ANDHERNANDO S826.MANUFACTURERS .

There, in a thousand marriages; there are Transit &: Peninsular Railroad /,

{rumll to 28 divorceIt is strange to find Arrives daily except Sunday....... 3:37 P. M. '4. _-= ',\

i aiming: the first-class the Italians, the Russian Closes.......................................10:00 A. M.Fernandina .
i *:, and the Scotch. It seems the only
&: Jacksonville ,
Railroad- ,
loiiit in common nationalities } \ ..
six;so opposed. among The Swedes, the Norwegians other-- Jacksonville aild St. John's River AT PRICES FROM :\., _. J ",. ''-'Y'r."'' '-..., c."I" .-
mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. \I. .. .l '' i ;'
the Dutch !
; and the Hungarians are in ''''' '' ..
second class Closes (Northern mail also.10:00: .0\. )1. .:,,; ,1IL1'
while the third includes :'
; .. C r :
ct other European peoples.] The philosopher Sunday JfailJacksonville $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All '" :.' -_- .,,"...., .t;>t 1' rlrrrr

insists that the laws of a country have and St. John's River, .c. ;.' ='==::=::::. =-. :; ," s""-": {!i '" ,

a< :influence on these results. arrives............. .: > ,
Norway and .. ....................10:35 A. M. -=
IVNiiuark have the same laws and Norway Northern mail arrives................. 9:00 p. M. =- _._--- ..- ,. ,\;..,, _.:v, _
b. moral and Denmark these lands in ''''":' ><$" -= =-
is the
loose.! Switzer- Jacksonville, St. John's U \'eralldthe are central ;; ->

and i is one Republic, but in the canton of North closes...................... GOO A. M. "\\\\\ ti. $' -
Lucerne there is scarcely ever a divorce, and Jacksonville. and St. John's River peninsular portion of the State, and == ; ::", -

Catholic iii Aiienzell] ] countries there, as ar.c'a rule a great there many.are few In only, closes River............................. 4:00 P. u.Se..lbtrja within fifteen miles of Railroads in "'-<=z- "':."'.q."'- -3f.:,,,,,- ::.:- ...,- _..

ami in Protestant there arc Much 1
Ui-jM-nds ou profession. Artists many.and. men of St. :Mary's: and Crandall, arrives successful operation, traversing a ter- OF '

letu-iv\ 'CIII'cry unfortunate in theirmions. Monday and Thursday...............7:00 A. M.
Moreover, the statistics of suicide Arrives Tuesday and Friday..........2:00 p. M. ritory which is being more rapidly AX

run* the i parallel country with where those of both divorce.) are found Saxony i in Closes St. Mary's Tuesday and DtingenessR'ednesday mad Friday:..........-3:00: r. M. settled and developed than any other S9 Hatch ts Picks

get lkst numbers. For a space of three and Saturday, A. M. part of the State. 9 ,
jrwire flip number of suicides remained- Closes Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00 P. M. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY

tio/i.iry/ in Sweden, and so did the divorces. St.Mary's only,Monday and Thursday The fertility of the soil and accessibility TOOLS FOR
!:lth are checked by the birth of children. arrives...........................2:00 P. 1\1. FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
TinKrtirer! !( closed with a singular statistic. Closes Mond..y and Thursday..8:00 A.M. to the largest and best markets Also FINE

,".here the .husband, is from 5 to 25 .vearsMCIman SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. 'I. STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS

J" ins WHO the number or divorces make these lands particularly desirable Of all sizes and *>..7x..n .?,..... $j tJ $JJ 1\hn _'PlnmntJ' 'Mnl\hYOM
\'IJII'II1' to 181 in the 1,000; where he is REAL ----- A"'n f) u."U.LU ;:).
sore than ESTATE. for the cultivation of fruits Farmers will receive
25 they drop to 1 per cent. and valuable information, catalogues &c.,
by writing to the makers
-- ,
early vegetables for shipment. For
THE JVASllIXG1.'O."LONU..lrE 'T. COLLINS & CO.. 2S2 Water St., New York.

large and immediate profits there is

! no industry in Florida equal to the

t The annual meeting of the Washington THE FLORIDA raising of early vegetables for Northern JOHNSON'SINDIAN

Monument Society says a recent special" to markets.
! )the 1'iiiladelphia Times was held on the 22d COMPANY.
1I1."t L at the residence of TO'VlDIPROVE1ENT BLOOD
General '\T. McKee For and SYRUPCures
, I'tmii, in Washington The members pres- new descriptive circular,

t'lI! were Messrs.:; W. W.Corcoran, President ; Fernandina, address

Horatio King. Secretary ; Edward Clark, Dr.. all diseases of the Stomach
h. OHAS. Liver
li- W. LEWIS Bowels
Clark. General Dunn, Colonel J. G. Towns ,
on R. R. Line
i+\'rrett. Judge Walter S. Cox, Dr. J. C. Land Commissioner Kidneys, Skill and Blood. IIILIOATS testify to its
tiling and Dr. ,
Joseph N. Toner. e icac in
And Cedar ) healing the above
Key. named
The diseases
of Officers for the past year and
item re-elected Fernandina, Fla., pronounce it to be the Best
; a stone was accepted for Remedy Known to
U!*'rtiun in the monument to represent I ;I Or Ocala; Florida. : 38 .. Ian

Wyoming ; it was directed that the thanks t'
p 11/ tilt society be tendered, through the Sec- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.

'tary of State, to the King of Siam, for the .' .'i"
tot. sent by him for the monument, and a number of the most eligible and desirable ,'I '''; 1"<.,1 Trade Hark.

unmuuittee l t of{h'ee: e appointed to consi.l1er --S--, .> <' AGENTS ANTEn
\SUbject of for of providing for a proper dedlcalk1 Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for ,,,', ., ; 'n .i-, ," i! :: t.;1" '1"t: -- -

,..'{'t(1! hI monument' which event is ex- ,f-'' Laboratory 77 Wes t bird St. New York
take ,
mgt' place early in 'December of City or Suburban Residences, ..i c: ; City. Druggists sell it
I present year. ::
': i,
l "
haft has now attained a height of UPON EASY TERMS. f. '.,r '. CEDABTOWX, GA., June 20th, 1881.
'\ 't. and . Dr. Clark Johnson :-My children
there is on hand a sufficient -'> ; ":, were sick with Fever, and a short trial of
*> "uiit\ :,' Indian Blood Your.
of 'f ;. Symp completely cured them. -
money (about $150,000)) to com- Liberal Discounts : ; ';
on Values allowed to ', 46
lii time marble obelisk to its appex 1 r... ::c': :\/.... RUDIE CANTLEK.
ill '. :U the total 'he .ht .: -k: : c'.
,. i IX.I"-\' line of 555 feet above parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- .' ;fe.-"; -
will all other :\
overtop struc-
tuh. .
world. The ::: ,;; ;. IDOW'SJAMAICA
01 tlu aggregate amount rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- : ;
: Vanous Congressional ; '
Mt t! appropriations l rf; -
this -
work is $000,000 and about : .; .
..a. been $200,000 erty purchased substantial improvementsfor '" GINGER CORDIALIS
: contributed S .
by private citizens ; : HORACE
throughout the country. residence, or in which to conduct their /,; i.1'fi. )' .' Sr NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT
t1 ,
--- ; ; "Bookseller, Stationer, but contains all the medicinal
business. ,,.' :;tr ," ." ". of the finest properties -
NOTICE !f.ft. '" ,'.' : Printer and Binder. Jamaica Ginger Hoot. It
To is pleasant to take
very and
"er.s of Lands Sold for INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS '" c' :
: : : -
Taxes. .: HEADACHE,
by exemption for a term of years from : : : _
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, v-5 ,.' \:'' -1tj i ''-' t"H'J School Books and Orange Wraps COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC

Tallahassee } taxation, offered by the several cities and :
Fla.. Dec.
18. 1SS3.

M Ij.\HTIE, :, !th.e.?State WHOSE for taxes LANDS WERE to the SOLD 3d of towns. Apply. to --J: i y, r.r 'Ii ': Now A SPECIALITY.- DIARRIKEA PAINS, DYSENTERY in the Stomach,
;, I prior and Bowels
:,Vlri--> tit't: :\ \, will I take notice that after the W. LEWIS, ; ; -- ,

t(.' Ltrdm,1Sa1. the certil i Fernandina. w4k '" and MALARIA, by and
\ cates of 8ale will Liberal warming stimulat-
!'tlhjt to purchase 'O1f ce. cor. Beach & 7th sts. ', ,..I :1i1" discounts to Teacher;; and the Stomach
'n. ing
t!t'm r t the! hy atone applying ' ": ( <-- and Bowels into a healthy
: llll"and i uayiuganndnmltrequired; by :. ., ,.,.,. : ." 1.,1"'i :;{\-:,....,': ..., :, ";:: -Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on action. Sold by
II'f "
N {pr that 1 "?tc no notice ,;, : ':.',;'.: :1'o::, r PALMER BRO'S
; _
> or ) :
'inlletl'! \ 1 preference 'i : : \ :: application. ,
given to miner _. i ; Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.

j.0)fit \\". I). BARNES, '.' ; i itl:}' .., : .. :i 59, V. BAY. STREET, par Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA

Comptroller. ,.. 0 #?* ,. .;. ..; : ', .GINGER ALE the
y. yi ::;, ? (- -'. <" ,-. (',--;:?,.'-- -1.:,;:: ;, :.,. : / JACKSONVILLE FLA. without peppei. only Ginger Ale made 22
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: :;ij ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 8, 1884.' ,

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,,t ,., The Leesburg and Indian River R. R. has Excursion to St. Augustine. Willard, Washington, D C; H .M GOl'bell EXAMINE -
[ ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR. and wife Grand Rapids. Mich ; N C Fish, .: EXAMINE
:: been completed from Wildwood to Lee hurcJ. There was a general exodus of our citizens ChasL EXAMINE
Abbottsford, Province Quebec,Canada; ,.;.,,
and will be through to Tavares by April 1st. Wednesday last'to pay a visit to our sister Clark. Detroit; W A Taylor., Waterloo, -

ft.MA YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MOXT2IS THE MIRROR had the pleasure of a most city by the sea-Old St. Augustine. St. Canada; Edwin Gage, Ha..erhillbss ; C C OUR
and wife, Albany, :N Y; Mrs OUR
its old
Fernandina to Chipman
Augustine like ,or use '
call from Messrs. John F. Eby and .
; agreeable Parker Jones, Vermont ; J C Lanier Lees- .., OUR
J Reflections. Charles N. Ayres, of Detroit Mich. Bothof Spanish name San Agustin, for a long period I burg, Fla; J B Wells, Rochester N Y. ,, -

the gentlemen are connected prominentlywith floated the flag of Old Spain, and the lion ''," NEW-

I .:.: Strawberries are now in the market at $1 the printing business of Detroit. They and castle. appeared conspicuously on its MAUI.1I:. .. ;: NEW NEW,

( ,;: per quart. : arc making a pleasure trip though the banners. The Ancient City dates back 319 Port of Fernandina.IIIOH .
R. & A. M. meets years, and is the oldest town in the United STOCK :'
; -" Amelia Lodge No. 47, ; South and speak very highly of Fernan- WATER. .

I on Monday evening next over Knot's store. I dina and its magnificent set beach. States. Saturday, :March 8...... 5:18 A.t. 5:47 P.M. y'. STOCK STOCK .
The excursionists left Fernandina by u It :
t has been Sunday 9...... 6:13 G:47
Mr. G. M. Wells, of Philadelphia, The new railway between Jacksonvilleand .. ..
.. special train at 7 a. in. in two wellfilledcoaches Monday, 10...... 7:02 u 7:29 h t OFOF; ';
at the Mansion: House for some Palatka fur travel this week.It .
sojourning was opened u u
arriving at Jacksonville at 8:30, and Tuesday, 11...... 7:47 8:13 .'
i :1 time. runs parallel with the river all the way, Wednesday, u 12...... 8:29" 8:53" OF
at transferred the railroad
.1 N. D. and C. W. Blake, of Boston, who and will compete with the boats for the were once Thursday, u 13...... 9:07 u 9:30 ". -
transfer boat Armesniear to the cars of the u '
Friday, 14...... 9:45 10:07
-.j,fr, '," spentseveral days at the Egmont: left for passenger traffic. It will be a of interest Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Halifax Railroad .. ELEGANTELEGANT .
I'" to note what effect it will have in this ,
the North on Tuesday.D.
f on the south bank of the St. Johns. ENTERED. ELEGANT
direction.( Our city is now placed within
':.)... : II. Wickhain and wife, of New York, .:The trip to St. Augustine was made in two Mch. 2-S. P. City of Brill eton, Hallowes, .
four hours by rail of Palatka, and about the POCKET
i who are regular; visitors to our city and St. i!hours, and as the hour for return was fixed Savannah with freight ,
I same with St. Augustine. The effect of this passengers, to W. B. Tucker, POCKET
; Marys, are now registered at the Egmont. !for 4:30: p. m. they had ample time to visit POCKET
; should be to increase travel by the steam- agent. '
J. II. Andrus, superintendent of the the many points of interest which distin- 5S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 '

; ;.: Adams Express Company, New York, left; ship hnesf-om tins: port. guish the ancient town. The chief pointof tons, New fork : freight. and ::.:' AND
The various branches and eastern line of passengers! to R. W.Southwick, .. AND
of -
Thursday on the steamship State of Texas. attraction was of course the old castle I AND
R. R. agent.
the Savannah, Florida and Western
for ,,
it has
which stands as
Marco now
t 'j Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Chipley, of New York, have been consolidated with that company. San 5-S. P. City of Bri geton. Hallowes, TABLE- '
i of the
over two hundred years at the portal Savannah with and
at the Mansion House and expressed pas-
registered the & Jacksonville : TABLE
These embrace Waycross '
; '
with its frowning W. Tucker, >
out to agent.
i city, looking grimly sengers, .
of the
satisfaction of the comforts TABLE
the South Florida R. R. the -
including battlements toward the sea, alert to contest 5.-S. S. Atalanta Shackford, New
: house Live Oak & :New Hamburg', the New Hamburg York.
the entrance of a hos';le flag. The case- ,
I i : / 1 i ;}' The city authorities are doing a good work & Charlotte Harbor, etc. We have Ccacoochee the secret CLEARED. .' CUTLERY, -
: } mates the prison: of "
'' J .r in filling up the low I places in the I square now in Florida the consolidated Plant System -Schr.. Silas C. Evans: Endicott, CUTLERY,
: the old
1 + ... chamber In the northeast! bastion .
t .: '.. bounded by Centre, Third and Fourth and the consolidated Florida Transit New York ; lumber, by -
i ; chapel, guard room and prison the broad liard & Bail e\". SCISSORS,

I :' streets. System under the new name of the Florida place d'ames a'.l!' )impressed the visitor with: Mch. 3-S. P. City of Bridgeton, IIallowes, ". .SCISSORS,

g i is, The steamer City of PaJatka dropped in to Railway and Navigation: Company, covering the sense of standing: in the prese'ice of the Savannah, with freight and pas- -SCISSORS.
for brief call. We newly all the interior of East and Middle sengers, by W.B.Tucker agent. .. -
harbor Sunday a
'- \ our on mail-clad soldiers of Spain, whose clashing 4.-Schr. Arthur Burton. Crockett, :;' ETC.,

should be glad to see her here more fre- Florida, a somewhat competitive system. swords and battle-axes they can almost infancy Ponce, lumber, by Payne, Cook ';' .' ETC.,

: quently. The one pointing to Savannah as its outlet, hear upon the rampar s. & Co. .. ETC.,

the other to Fernandina as its seaport and 5-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542
oldest of Mr. Frank B. sea-wo'k that famous trysting placefor '
John Fapy, the son The tons New York : with freight WHICH
commercial center.
y Papy, left yesterday morning for Mebane- Jacksonville as a lovers, the old Lrrraoks standing on the and passengers, by R.W. South- :WHICH'WHICH

ville, N. C., to attend the Bingham Military The Fcrnandina Baseball Club. site of the Franciscan Monastery, the gravesof .... .. wick, agent. ..
the ((3-:S.! .1 City ot Bridgeton, liallowes.Savannah :>,
/ r" Institute. At the annual meeting of the Fernandina the men who fell in DuJe's massacre, ; with freight and WEWE
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'p. ,,', :Mr. H. C. Becher, formerly Queen's Councilor Baseball Association, held on Monday even- curiously narrow streets, projecting balconies passengers by W. B. Tucker., I

I; from Canada, with his wife and servant, ing last, the following office'-s were elected : end walled-ri gardens occupy their agent. WE

\ the for the balance President lected. attention. Not the least noteworthy featureofthe IS PORT. .
; are quartered at Egmont Fred W. Iloyt, (rc ) OFFEROFFER

of the season.Mrs. J. A. Edwards, Vice President.C. prosperity the now reviving city is the Steamship Invertay (Br.), Craig. /:
d. Moorish palace being erected on King street Schr. Chas. E. Lester Truitt. OFFERAT
Wm. E. Curtis, daughter and maid, W. Maxwell, Treasurer.G. Schr. Mary: L. Allen Butler.
of -
:. of New York, arrived at the Egmont on R. Hubby, Secretary.W. by Mr. SmitH+a most beautiful specimen Schr. Flora Rogers Jamieson. -
the lovely architecture of the Saracens. We Schr. Susan II. Ritchie, Bartlett.
S. Lefils, Captain. AT
We believe they contemplate
: Thursday. hope that this idea will be acted upon by Schr. Benjamin C. Terry, Moore. < AT

if. quite a stay in our city. Shad for the St. 3Tarys Rlvei others who contemplate building, and thus ___ n____ __ ____ '.

I.. : .' Ex-Governor C. H. Hardin and wife, of Captain Hamlin, of the United States perpetuate the peculiar architecture, so well For Sale, SURPRISINGLYSURPRISINGLY

Mexico, Mo., have been for a week pastat Fishery Department, has arrived from the suited to our climate. Or exchange, for :Northern city property, SURPRISINGLYLOW

the Egmont. The Governor seems much Upper.St. Marys river where he has been en- Weary with sight-seeing, the visitors re- a dwelling thirty-five, barn acre, etc.truck Beautifully farm, with situated two-story on

pleased with our city and hotel. gaged in inspecting sites and arranging tuned to the rest afforded by the home trip, the mainland, on Nassau river, within halfa

Major B. S. Henning, president of the i locations for the artificial propagation of which -accomplished in about four mile of the Florida Transit & Peninsular LOW LOW
; Land all undo- cultivation.MRS. .
.;' Florida Railway and Navigation Company, shad fish. Captain Hamlin is much pleased hou.-s-a marked contrast to the old times Railroad. EMMA FLETCHER.

:,' has been stopping the Egmont this week with the environs and predicts a most suc- whe-i two days at least were required to Fernandina, J.'la.Iarch 7, 1884. PRICES.

'", with his wife and two daughters. cessful trip. The Fishery Commission pass from cite to c Ly. PRICES.PRICES.

schooner Fish-Hawk will soon be here, and We grope tlui St. Augustine will soon return For Sale.
Mrs. V. Johnson
: Miss Annie Papy,
," arrived in this the work will proceed at once. To such excellence our call-to the city by the sea, and enjoy 88 acres of good rich hammock land. For FRED
Miss Fannie Johnson city
has this science attained that the their trip Us much as our visiting delegation particulars apply to FRED .
from Tallahassee this week, where they pur- : MRS. E. R. SUHRER. FREDW.
operators are disappointed with any results did theirs to the Ancient City.
_, pose making their home in the future.
under ninety-five per cent. Each shad, it : I. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale .
We learn from Mr. John T. Gunn, who
is calculated, yields 20.000 young fish, and Jacksonville Mall. Tracts containing twenty acres each of W.
1: for the past few years was with Mr. C. H. choice hammock laud Orange Lake 'V.HOYT .
:. Captain Hamlin hopes ere he leaves our We have 'our special grievance in the ,high on
Huot, that he has purchased a stock of suitable for orange growing and truck farm-
shadlets on of time it takes to get mail com- ,
section to start some 25,000,000 length for sale. landsare & CO.
offered .These
ing are now
\ ; and general merchandise, and will ,
groceries their beneficent mission. munication between Jacksonville and this very conveniently situated for transpor-I HOYT & CO.

'. soon open a store in Tampa. city. As a rule, letters mailed at tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on HOYT & CO.

r The County Commissioners met last Death From, a Rattlesnake Bite. ville post-office reach here the JacKson-I terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-

; w, Wednesday. Beyond the auditing of the Joseph Allen, a colored lad from Aiken, sometimes the third day after their date. tionable.large bodies.Also valuable G. R. FAIRBANKS timber lands, in Wood, Wood.

February bills, and the granting of three S. C., on a visit to Berry Riley, living near The train comes over in less than two hours. February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. I Having recently established a WoodYasInear

j: licenses for the sale liquors, no business O'Neill's Crossing, was bitten by a rattle- We receive the daily Herald at least twenty- I Dury e's mill, provided. with all t s

... ':f of any public importance was done. snake on Sunday morning last and died from four hours after its publication. A better : For Sale.A necessary machinery for sawing and sphttnss:*

'i -- the effects of the poison at midnight. It second-hand piano. Willbesold cheapif
': The steamship State of Texas left' for New arrangement of the mail and trains would
I applied for soon. For further information FIREWOOD,
'\ ". York on Thursday evening with the following seems that the place had been recently give us two mails a day from Jackson"ille. apply at the office of

't cargo: 200 barrels rosin, 182 cases cedar, cleared: and the boy, in company with an- The 9 a. in. train would bring us one mail, THE MIRROR. I am now prepared to furnish Oak 'Waal,
t other lad out playing. Allen put his sawed to lengths,for either stoveer fireplace
were any
i' 104 boxes oranges, 80 cans shrimps, 15 barrels and by arranging for the Transit train to ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .
right hand into a hole which supposed to 2:30 Savannah train For l CJtt. at
syrup, 94 packages merchandise. connect with the p. m. A. ELLERXXSX..
: ::1 Mr. Swann be a rabbit hole when he was bitten in the from Jacksonville at Callahan we would receive The store on Second street now occupiedby
\ fellow-citizen evidently
,;;} Our hand. His companion supported him to second mail from Jacksonville and me, and known as the New York
1 recognizes the value of liberal and neat the house where he fell in a. dead faint. and insure Store,'' with fixtures, etc. Desirable location. LUCY COTTAGE ,
river our get-
St. Johns region
:tr. painting upon his city properly. If all I Possession given by the middle of April.
Turpentine applied to the wound by the fast mail from the North. Hotel,
\. 4 would pattern by his excellent example our ting PAUL FUNKE. Seventh-St., near Egmont
i t' his relatives.not knowing at first the natureof Fernandina, Fla., March I, 1884.
If town would be much more beautiful. the wound. Upon investigating the hole Hotel Arrivals FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.

i';: J. L. Horsey, Esq., who has been at they found a six-foot rattlesnake, with nine EGMO T. Just Arrived-For Sale Cheap. with
:: well furnished,
3;' Charleston, S. C., attending lectures at the rattles and a button, which they killed. The Earl of Huntingdon, Lord Hastings, 100 barrels Lime, 150 barrels Potatoes. or Offers without pleasant board.rooms Table Boarders will be

,.. t Carolina Medical College returned to Mr Jordan, J Fitzgerald, England; James
I South also transient.
1- The lad lived midnight very Jas Bett Scotland Alfred Gear, Early Rose, Peerless, and Burbank. accommodated;
; Grahame, ;
'i f { this city Wednesday, and will remain here little pain, but bleeding profusely at the I G Leve, Mrs Heydecker, }'i. and Mrs B S 16 A. B. NOYES. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.FOR .

; 1( '. until the commencement of the fall term. nose and month. He was conscious within Henning, Miss Henning, Bell Ilenning. W

; rt :Mr. J. D. Trimmer, who some weeks since half an hour of his death. T Lawson, J B M Grosvenor, Chas: S Pate, Amelia Beach.
: _. Mr and Mrs D H Wickham, John Townsend, THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the -

< .. canvassed the city for the bird's-eye view ofthe The Steam-Yacht "Atalanta.Ir. ." Jr, Fred Balcom, C J Rogers Geo W Rogers, supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will be
t. ; : city of Fcrnandina, published by J. J. Jay Gould, Edwin Gould, L E Maitinez, 1\\
:\ Gould's splendid steam-yacht, the pleased to receive her old friends and the = I
Post Jno II Andrus Mrs Wm
; ; Stoner &; Co., of Madison, Wis., will com- Benjamin ,
': the delivery of the views next week. Atalanta, came into our harbor on Wednesday E Curtis, Miss Elizabeth Curtis; and, public generally. Choicest oysters, fish,etc., aaINER"bOF : ;
:. York Alex Munn and wife, B T
and went to sea on Thursday. Sne is ; constantly on hand. tf.Notice
!:, Mr. W. J. Woodward left yesterday morning of the private steam- I Lynch and wife, Geo Wilson and wife, D W I
probably one largest Fish Mrs Andrew Y Perry, :\ll's.1I'1 Anderson -
( ; n for the hot springs in North Carolina. to TaxPayers.I KINDS
(').1 ships ever built. He appearance was very G II Sayre and wife, Brooklyn, NY; ALL ,
,I.t} .' Mr.: Woodward has been in bad health for graceful. We are indebted to the Manhattan M F Paige, N D Blake, C W Blake, Miss An- am now prepared to receive the taxes
: weeks and we sincerely hope that the K Sinitn Boston Frank for the city of Fernandina, assessed for the
some nie Slover, Henry ;
'if of
for the following description
change and a few weeks of rest and quiet Magazine J Lamanee, A C Froher, C E Newton and year 1883 J. MEDDAUGU, Go to F. M. Robinson,
f ;))1-, this fine vessel t wife, C 'V Davis .and wife, Chicago ; Mrs JM City Tax Collector.
I him.
r ; will recuperate Atalanta, the largest steam-yacht afloat, Smith and two boys,:MissLydia Smith Fernandina, December 15, 1883,

( 1'"(-" Rev. II. R. Schenck and wife, of New was built by the firm of Wm. Cramp&Sons, Samuel J Smith, Dayton, Ohio; Mr and MrsJ DEALER
: York, stopped at the Mansion House this of Philadelphia. Her keel was laid Decem- : T Seldon, Miss G C Seidon, Miss E C Sel- 1,000,000 Brick for Sale, MANUFACTURER
1. ... ., ber 10th, 1882. The trial-trip on the Dela- don, Erie Pa; John Carpenter and wife, I
9' week. They were so pleased with the neatness June 9th 1883 and she Scot. Louisville At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick
\ ware was made was Miss II G Carpenter, Sophie I
.1-r. and elegance of that house that they completed and delivered to her owner, Mr. Ky ; Miss Grosvenor, E Watson, 2ix4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON & Co., I JACKSONVILLE, ,- FLORIDi-

i : have engaged rooms for the rest of the season Jay Gould, of New York, on the 23d of the Providence, 11.1Irs; II Conant, Mrs D G 46-4m Macon, Ga.

f" after making a short trip South. same month. She is an iron vessel, 230 feet Littlefield, Pawtucket, 11. IIiss; E B Scam- -
t. I 3 inches long over all. 225 feet long upon mane, T Scammane, Saco, Me; A M Green-

R ., ';" Dr. Leamond, at the Egmont Hotel, has deck, and 213 feet 3 inches on the water- wood, wife and son, Mrs H Heywood, Miss
f line. Her extreme beam is 26 feet 4 inches. He.woodIassachmetts John D
4 sent us some views as to the benefits to be AR ; Rey-
t 1 and her draught is 13 feet. She is propelledby naldo and wife, Mrs J G Cunningham, Mrs
his treatment
from neuralgic
.... derived a compound inverted, direct-actng, sur- A Reynolds, Killanmng] Pa. Seth Dickey,
I I complaints, which are of too scientific a face-condensing engine, with two cylinders, II C Cook. Pennsvlvania ; Perry Hannah tar.

'. character for our paper. The doctor regards one of 30 and one of 60 inches in diameter, and wife; Miss Clara Hannah Traverse, ea e2

,j '. Fernandina as a peculiarly favorable place with 30 inches stroke of piston. City;Mich ; L C Garwood, J Willis, Champaign : TERMS_
The engine is fitted with steam steeringand Ills; G It Burnett and daughter, :\Iran :
: \ for invalids of this description.Mr. reversing gear and capstan-windlass' -:\lrs.Geo M Smith, Mrs Malbet,Jacksonville CASH. r, 'Lr Lr.1'

with an indepen circulating-pump. Thispower ] Fla.L;; G Cains, Thos W Jordan,
Johnson ?
II. R. general freight agent I.
L' 1 is supplied by two cylindrical: steeloilers Gainesvlllfey Fla; Mr aid Mrs Beecher, and '. .. '
.'.' of the Cincinnati, Van Wert & Michigant on which' she carries 100 Ibs. of son, Canada ; Frank Nearing and wife, Jersey A $;J--n 1t ;tlGr

Railroad, accompanied by his wife arrived steam to the square inch. These are 14x13.3 Sliorec T 1'a* j ". .T JJ* ,Gallmayllemphrs.Tenn :::.

.'J here this week from Indianapolis, a guest of feet. Her indicated horse-power is 1.600. ; JqQ I NaffWilmington, XC; C' H -
) ,\ The shaft is 10i inches in diameter, and Hardin m\4\ ) wife, Mexico, )10 ; 'V H Cogs t /
: I air F. B. Papy. Mr. Johnson,the youngest carries a four-bladed propeller of 10 feet well, Charleston, S C ; J Galiiynn, Gemsec: ,

.r., general freight agent in the United States diameter and 15 fefct pitch. The guest- i Ills ;. Mrj.Wni. Williams Kennebunk, Me;

is a native of Tallahassee. rooms, eight in number,owner's apartments, I J R Abbott Iowa ; John Gill, Bellaire. 0;;
j 'main saloon and cooks galley are forward, R:A Franks,' Pittsburgh. Pa; L S Greeley s ,- ,,1 R
r :A new engine for the Florida Central & the officers' and crew's quarters beginningaft and wife, New Haven, Conn ; Jacob Know:

i Western Division arrived here Thursdayfrom of the engine-rooms,and accommodatingfifty and wife,Hartford, Conn; E 0 Emerson and

I Ii the Rogers Locomotive Works at men. family, Titpsville, Pa; Wm Schwarz and
4: is commanded Captain W.Shack- M R M :Mick
She by wife, Baltimore, Md ; S Hay,
L Paterson, N.J. It is now at the railroad ford formerly of the :National Line, and ler, Oshkosh Wis; M J Crabb and family,, '.

j shops, where the name will be changed to carries the ensign of the American Steam- Michigan ; Mrs Richards, Cincinnati, Ohio ;; ,

s: .. }'..'R. & \. Co. Engine No, 25. She will be Yacht Club. Mr and Mrs R J Whaley, Flint. MichV'
The Atalanta learn has South. F Goodwin and wife, Concord, Mich ; C I .t. '"
:'; + ready to go into service Monday'next. we gone ,';:' ,

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