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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
April 5, 1884
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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


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

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The Female CollegeOF for this or any other institution of like char- WASHINGTON. -

acter. The influence of her townlivingcitizens They had the misfortune to lose a mill by fication of education and
THE SOUTHER BVPTKTS-FEBNANIMNA THE fire last summer, and the accordingly we see
we feel assured will be consequently present that in some instances this
qualification is
MOST ELIGIBLE PLACE FOR ITS LOCATION.To freely extended THE MORRISON TARIFF BILL-ANOTHER 'APPRO structure is brand new, and contains I required. It is all
for the important that the citizen
most of the
of such :
the Editor of the Mirror: an PRIATION FOR THE FLOOD SUFFERERS. that go should be able to vote intelligently
to make
establishment in their midst. It is To up a first-class mill including :steam: j given fur
more the Editor learning the
reflect of the Mirror "
Allow me to your paper : feed, nigger" log turner and live purpose-whv not as
than rolls. It j well
probable that the wisdom and
of number of the of Hon. David L. Yulee, WASHINGTON D. is a Stearns outfit morality ? What is wanted
the voice a great people C., March 29. complete, down to the engine is the honest and
of interest one of the very few surviving founders of Education in the Senate which was made by Lane & Bod of conscientious voter. The
our State upon a subject great: to whisky in the ley, conscience of the clever voter
We learn the Island City, would on the most generous House of Cincinnati. The mill has only been com. derived from the may one
the appreciating{ public. throughthe Representatives,and the anxiously- pleted short civil and criminal law
a time
but is ;
dispose of the turning out that of the
columns of the press that the Southern grounds this or any awaited result of Democratic tariff con- lumber and timber at a lively gait} for this eternal voter is founded on the
other similar institution principles of right and
Bapt Convention! has decided to erect in to be erected in the ference have marked the week at the Capitol.At section. Like many mills here, square timber will vote for his interest wrong. One
: or of his
is the hulk
the State of l Florida a female college)) and a city.North the appointed hour on Tuesday evening sawed of the production. This is the other in view of the interest of the party,
by the coun-
of Centre street, extending from the thousand for the owners of the try. It is difficult
has been appointed to select when the called to separate the
committee a caucus was to order 184 timber, the mill getting the edge boards duty oneOWL'S -

suitable locality for such an institution. Mansion House to the river, north\ and west members were pre elit. After a talk ofse.eral well as a very fair saw bill. This I find an us family to his country and to himself and
of Broome mill Fourths almost ; they are of equal dignity, and deserve
streets in universal
the -
region custom this
Feniamlina should take the precedent hours an understanding was reached region, particularly equal attention.
of the Baptist Church lot among the smaller ......... Fortunately. } they are
o\'cral1 other cities of the South and of this whose bell six without anyone being "read out of the almost other operators. In bleJHled, as it .. into on&- -- till-.. > ''1',1'"" ..........1..
months ago tolled her own funeral knell, I...__ any_._ _country these enlightened citizen individually makes h"
State in partial ir for the establishment of party. It was decided by a vote of 114 to I U.\IUrtls: wuuiu uc there the
the coIIe,:e. Her superior attractions as :\ are squares and blocks of unoccupied 57 that the Morrison bill should! be discussedfor themselves,as they are invariably clear stuff The aggregate attempt to make individual education good con titrv.
ground, which for a large general-will
beauty and proportion, of which makes
watering place in Dimmer and a health resort eligibility a reasonable time in Committee of the excellent result into something like the general dis
could<< not be flooring strips. They have nut been
in winter would bring pupils and parents surpassed. The ,site of the old Whole, where it :should: be subject to amendment ; of much value here, however as in addition counted}( trihution of property ; there will always be
from Jill l parts of the country, her priory grounds with its handsome avenues ., after which it should\ be reported to : to them the mill( Usually: gets in cash what some il.literateandsomepoor that, notwithsfandingall -
of )live can be done. There
oaks and olives, would is this liffer-
oncentire be
/ side
being at all seasons both facing the Houscand then it a very ;good contract price
climate healthy put upon passage.!: A ence, however, that
for property bestowed
the city park, would beadesirablcsituation. sawing by a Michigan mill unwisely -
and agreeable. She possesses naturally a resolution was adopted declaring that no The trouble with the boards man. when gone out of the hands 'of the-

total absence of the malarial influences Then the high bluffs or villa sites extending member should be,bound by this caucus action been the total lack of any sort seems of facilities to have beneficiary is gone forever; but education

which assail; our larger cities, as her une- the distance of a mile from Xcw to Old except so far as hu,-:1S' a Democrat, felt fir drying them, either artiticially or natu- means remains.of.exercising If education has been given, the

hushed locality will fully demonstrate to anyIII1Pl'l'julliceJ Town. encircling the bay with an unbroken r bound by the action of a majority of his unless rally. They are much inclined to sap stain is so much more valuable an industrial than occupation,property
view of carefully seasoned and
the land-locked handled
inquirer. The air is most harbor and surrounding 1 party in caucus. It was also agreed that it sequently have been of no value for con- I that it is a permanent acquisition. The education -

balmy and salubrious, and its exhilarating country% would for beauty of situ- wasxpedient to abolish the internal rove- shipment, as they would be about as foreign black given in our primary schools is merely

effect! are felt in every nerve and muscle of ation and ocean view throw all other pointsin nue tax on tobacco, and i to- reduce that on as a piece of coal when taken out of the hold rudimentary value to the pupils; that of only the in high schools is of

the relaxed system. Her soft, dry atmos- the shade, as Dungeness Marys, PointPeter fruit-brandy to 10 cents a gallon. The benefits ain of a or vessel the continent.after an excursion The to Great Brit- to teach to others what they have enabling learned.them

(there, free from/ dampness, acts upon the Conevillc! and Fort Clinch loom up of the educational bill being distributed the j'ellow-pine business the more more one he sees be of If instead of the last, resort was had to

with tonical grandly I in thc distance. In the language ofOrJando's the basis of illiteracy' comes convinced that dry-kilns teaching in the working in wood and metal,
vital organs great effects, giving upon are to be shared are an absolute cooking, dress-making,
and health gifted poet'the: Rov. J. II. Martin, by the South in the necessity to its successful: prosecution. needle-work, drawing -
strength to the wasting frame ; largest (proportion. All It[ is washing, etc., it would be much more
D. D. verj'ditfcrcnt from
we extend white
to the pine in this

building committee
the !sluggish mind is inspired to hope and sectional objection to the measure emanates respect in that the stains advantageous to the pupils and to the community -
sap so
stimulated+ to action by the enchanting an invitation to visit tins uuostrichhr-fitvore d exclusively from Republican Senators. Mr. and so much worse, and while such quicker a defect -- I' once the in difference general ; it would establish'at

retreat of the Sunny South, the glorious Sherman is of the will not be tolerated abroad it between artistic and-
which one likewise
!scenery everywhere meets the eye proniinent{ sectional common labor; there are
Land of Flowers : greatly lessens the value of cases occurring
and refreshes the senses. Here the weary opposers, the man who has, o recently been jotne. About the lumber at every day in common life where a man may

and the heavy laden are invited to cast off Would you enjoy, 'neath glowing skies, loud in I profession of friendship for the colored successfully, is to build only dry-kilns way to of handle a suffi-i it. find it than more useful to have been bred' an artisan -
A tropic winter's a general.It .
life's burdens and paradise, race. As .Senator Valice: blrciblysaid cient capacity to season theboards and
go out into the open air With climate soft and mild r made strips is not uncommon to meet with

and take what pleasure there ever remaineth Where wafted from the sound and; seas in debate upon"(the bill, Now when a prac- as. It ,ensures whereby a a ready two-fold sale saving of the is affected where boys obtain some schooling that cases cannot -

in f/jeMinshineof/ life, upon the glittering There blows a fresh, delightful breeze- tical opportunity for the negro presented prices far above what has hitherto been stuff at be reached by the public schools. \""ithout -

Untainted, undefiled ? itself. Mr.Sherman thought that for it, and realized naming the part es. T can n5\SE'rt flint.such
in an ignorant lessens -
den-drops the flowers and fruits, theril'l'liu greatly the cost of is the case : ;
"Then come to Fernandina fair negro could answer his purpose( at the transportation liv fnlrimr out o limra__ Ipl"l'I'nL__ ..,,_ gratis. Tins affords l the
); streams: caroling of birds, and polls of the mo'istnre n n & proof that such benefits could be greatly extended -
And breathe age weight in .
and air better than "
pure balmy educated
an under
one. The inconsistency a
accompaniment of whispering Its loveliness behold A manufacturer informed me that for proper organization if not

winds, and the loud anthem of the restless Its ,'arious features thnt unit_..;.. ofIr.:: Sherman,jias( been much years the bulk of his edge boards most of gratis The, effect at least of at economical rates.
.. --- -- ------ education
OteuI ; the -iiunureu sweet sights aud suuuus To form a pleasing picture bright, commented upon by the Democrats of the which were capable+ of being worked up into be likened to the work of the upon persons may
first-class sculptor
which makes God's fair earth there so exceedingly Here all their charms unfold. Senate. Nor did the Senator from South than $1 per flooring thousand, averaged at the mill.!him The not more block of marble,or that of the engraver upon upon

beautiful. The student and the "Above, around, what beauties meet, Carolina spare the Senator" from Massa price I have so far heard of as being highest re-- other substances. An object of comparatively -

pleasure-seeker, find in the woods and A thousand things the vision greet, chusetts. Referring to a remark made by ceived for this kind of stuff after it had been small value may become priceless
environs when
And deep delight impart ; Senator Hoar in relation c manufactured to order in dimension coming out of the hands of the artist.
of the to'fhe illiteracy of strips
city: both recreation and The town,thegroves, the vines and/ flowers, was $8. E'er.piece Education is the artist that makes the mar-

pleasure, nature in her uncultivated turn The stately trees and shady bowers, the old North State, saying i ty' was at the tail and ought to have netted more absolutely than double clear velous changes hero instead of a savageor

being dressed to the taste of the most fastid- With gladness thrill the heart. end of all the States in the matter of education the money at the mill. And now the barbarian. Art and science go together,
ious. The lavish hand of the Great Architect "The placid, broad and open bay, Mr. Vance spoke sarcastically of the tion arisesif, undercircninstances: aboveout- and diffusion are essential of thorough to scientific practical results education; the
lined isan
has set His seal 1 of beauty And its surrounding shores display prostrating effect'of such i UUloVr l and said it the product of a mill can be made to absolutely essential
upon this favoredisle condition of indus
A and average $12 per thousand the season through .. ,_,.
bright glittering hue ; was especially crushing coming from the how much better could it do with trial progress.-Lmtistana Sugar Bowl.
St. Marys in the sunlight the cut
Where winds and waves arise, And Dungeness its splendor shows, Senator from Tewksbury, the representativeof properly handled and prepared for the mar- I NO PREJUDICE.

And wild birds wander free, A wide enchanting view. a State that had sacrificed every principlefor ket which would yield the highest price?
Yet such was the result Senator Jonas, of Louisiana in his
Until she of a season's speech
gain State
to be the that operations
beauty was more
No other responsiblefor in the United
And the pride of the far spot upon the coast of one of the leading concerns of the States Senate on Wednesday -
-Southern sea. Attractions, joys like these can boast, slavery than any other, and which, whenit Gulf coast, which under the circumstances, on the Blair Educaiional bill,

The voice of unhushed nature invites us When winter rules the land. found slavery did not pay in Massachusetts considering the percentage that ]had to be denied as a baseless calumny the charge that.

to unison of feeling and participation in Then visit Fernandina fair, sold her slaves to the South, the about the same as thrown away, and the the people of the South had any prejudice
her Distinguished for its balmy air, sang further percentage that was actually so against the colored people We think that
rural' pleasures as we sit, walk, drive And glorious beach of sand.'' long-meter doxology, and thanked God she be considered a very fair return. may the Senator is correct as regards the greater

convene, read or study in the open air, until 11. E. A. was not as other States. Why is the business so conducted? portion of our people. They are disposed to

the sun lIas sunk in glory on her western Baldwin, Fla., March SO, 1884. The district judges' bill has passed the Partly from a lack of knowledge of its requirements feel look good naturedly on the negro, and only!

couch, and the evening star, the courier .. Senate at last. It makes their salaries $5,000 and partly-the largest part- otherwise for social when recognition he is led to to which make he demands
from lack
want of the star-crowned heavens, welcomes NEW RAILROAD ENTERPRISE. per annum, and prohibits them from ap- country a of be money.found Scattered few around the not entitled.

the coming night. pointing to position in their courts relatives the truth may of both these a living examplesof We do not believe that any people in the
There is an indescribable charm in this A LINE PROJECTED FROM NORFOLK TO CHARLES within the degree of first cousin. During mean they prove the question propositions.negatively, world with would, upon of the whole,.be as forbear,
lug some the peculiar characteristics
semi-tropical climate, with its favoring! TON, SOUTH CAROLINA debate on the bill nepotism as practiced by how for they are all making money. They know of the negro as the Southern people are. In
to cut their
breezes wafted from the heaving bosom of PIIILADELPIIIA, March 25.-The contractfor the Federal judiciary was scathingly de- them and how to fit own the logs lumber, how for to saw fact experience has shown that'those North-

the broad: Atlantic. Her luxuriant building the New York, Norfolk and nounced, Senator Coke there after if 10 sawed, market erners who have settled amon(! n.. .__. n_
forest, saying had not Thereulilv_ n._.__ _call_,_ oil.. V\o\r -
''''" outdone" first\Vi'
with its mossy fringes, its slopes, its peaks, Charleston Railroad and for the entire equip- for several years been a United States Judge can makeat prices many of their" competitors !- tirely of colored the have performances ;

its vales decked with the ment, including rolling stock, has been let in Texas, save never dream of. These are men who They been
majestic oak and one. whose.nepotism had not accustomed to briskness,
.."-_..,,. .. either came from the North western promptness and
'Jy\t.lllr magnolia, and au the might trees to the Carolina Construction Company.This become a scandal. or have been there to learn the improved pineries, neatness, and they find that the first two

on earth that grow, extend their interlacing company has sublet the contracts for Early in the week the House voted against methods of conducting the business. As a and qualification are rare indeed among the sons
branches. building the roadbed rule, though the daughters of Ham and the latter is.the
grading, bridging, sta- appropriating $300,000 for the Louisiana average Southern mill man result only of constant supervision. There

Fernandina, in comparison With other tions, roundhouses and workshops to the flood sufferers, but later and urgent appealsfor ped has no Michigan more conception Wisconsin of how mill a fully equip- are also other interesting peculiarities.

cities of the State is American Contracting Company of relief eats up logs What, for example, would a Northern housekeeper
New caused than
now in her infancy, further discussion, and the proprietors of the latter have of the. -
but she takes her york for the sum of$3,101,171 in their Southern think of a house servant who declined -
place eclipsingly beside bonds and finally a resolution was passed providing way contemporaries do not to the
sleep on premises, but insisted
her sister stocks of the do it. Next to buying -on
cities in all railroad that improved machinery
save years, her natural company.The $125,000 of the unexpended amount itself, it would the latter goingto his or her home every night; and
advantages being greater than any other New York, Norfolk and Charleston granted for the sufferers by the Ohio floods thing I know of pay to visit the Northwestern than any returning (barring accidents) in the morn-

city on the Atlantic coast. Her beach is Railway Company is chartered by the Statesof may be used by the Secretary of War to lumber regions just to see what is possible in ing custom? And yet this the is almost the universal

conceded to be incomparably superior to Virginia, North Carolina and South Caro- relieve destitute persons in the'district over- the way of making and handling lumber. In people of among this city Mobile.down-trodden colored

those! of Cape May lina for building line commencing at eitherof flowed by the the course of conversation with a leading That
Newport, Coney Island, Mississippi. The measure manufacturer the other day I a kindly feeling exists towards the

Long; Branch and many other far-famed the cities of Norfolk or Portsmouth, in was strongly opposed by Mr. Rice, of Massachusetts I press shingles, which are being concerning shipped cy-by I. negro among the great mass of the Southern

seaside resorts of other Virginia, and extending southward rail from Mobile to people is either not understood by the Average -
States. As a summer throughthe on the ground that the Govern- points north of the Ohio Republican is

resort the Strathmore shows a register of States of Virginia, North Carolina and ment was not an insurer against water any asked.river green" as they come from the saw, I Zrmnr.vmA_ Tfr suits politician his interests or and studiously purDoses

names from Carolina and Georgia, as well South Carolina to Charleston, a distance of more than against fire, and that relief shouldbe some oryxiins. Why! in anu the take world part don't 01 the you put up better to seize upon violent sets 01,so inner n
as from weignt rowdies and bullies
all points of this State, a large per- 330 miles. : granted by the localities themselves.The out of those shingles? It would enable you have detestation, for which classes none I

centage being from The line will be of I' to get fully a quarter in greater.. than ourselves,,and
Jacksonville. part through line from long whisky debate,closed'on Thurs- '' more a car exclaim from one know-all. "

The proposed institution established in Boston and New York by way of Philadelphia day with the defeat.of the bonded extension 01- to..mar..I. declare. .... he replied I never thought Why should Southerner'h3V'e dislike:
en>andtoa would obtain the generous i Wilmington, and the Delaware Peninsula bill by a majority of.,100. During its dis- This incident for the colored race? He has been brought
I fairly illustrates the '
and Patronage of the appreciating 1 public at large, Road. The Delaware road is now being cussion Mr. Hewitt made a long speech on tion of things down (here. Anew element condi- up ,among" and told them stories, nursed. a la by Uncle a colored"Remus mammy by'a

BaPtists in particular, not only from all extended southward by the Peninsula the revision of the tariff.. He took free trade is sadly needed to take the lead and, by the colored uncle. As he has advanced inyears

pars of the State, but from Eastern and Company to a point opposite the northern ground, and declared emphatically in favor influence competition, force things out of : the sylvan knowledge exhibited by
the old
southern terminus of the New rut. The idea of shipping green cy- the Ethiopian coon hunter has awed him
Georgia. Many residents of York, Norfolk and of the abolition of all taxes ,
Savan on
nah raw material. press shingles by rail such distances, and at and the culinary skill of some "Aunt Dinah
since the destructive storm Charleston Line, and the two will connect He wanted free because such rates of freight is
and which swept whisky, alcohol is a simply ridiculous, appealed to his tenderest susceptibilities .
devastated the Island of Tybee, have I through the waters of Hampton Roads and raw material used in manufacturing the and yet it is being done at a profit, such as Whether he lives in town or country, as he

and will continue to patronize Fernandina Norfolk harbor. fine arts. He ridiculed the idea of ; itt is, and the demand has not been supplied nears man's estate, and after he reaches' the
f a The 330 miles morality months by the mills now in operation. high dignity of a moustache, Ethiopian Mer-
summer of
resort, and would the line from Norfolk to entering into the question of The Danner Land
have therefore taxation and _. and Lumber Company is- curies bear his billets and bouquets, and
a llube! motive, Charleston, by cutting out the existing triangular taunted the .oeninci on its orders- tar
for placing their Republicans with what he sawed cypress snm- Ethiopian valets arra.} him for conauests.

daughters at such a desirable locality when and circuitous lines, will effect asav- I termed their tariff protection with incidental gles continually, and it is an extensive buyer Northern politicians are fond----1-----of taking-

they- coul11.... J.........t1I0ne... _h"lur sending.. them, out ing of 180 miles and seven hours ih time be- I morality. Taxation, he said, had from local mills.-Chicago Lumberman. hold of exceptional occurrences of violence-

of their own tween Boston, New York and Philadelphia nothing in the South, resulting from-bad feeling be-
State to do
Florida to any inland town in in ,the North, and Charleston, Savannah with morality. He closed by saying EDUCATION. tween the races, and assuming that these

Iazln The Prevalence last year of small- New Orleans and Mobile in the South. he had been brought up to believe that taxa- One of the effects of the public school represent the general condition' affairs in

Jacksonville It claimed for the tion is for is this sectiom They are oblivious to the fact
and the consequent rcJI1IJ'al new route, therefore, revenue and for revenue only. system to deplorably weaken parental responsibility -
f of the pupils] from the con vent of that that it will command the bulk of through It is thought the tariff bill will the quality that lifts man above that all over the South employer and
gat f to bt.Joseph's passenger and freight traffic between the come up the brutes. The saving influence must come employed are living together quietly and
POint to the Fernandina, is,a strong North and South. Connections at Charleston discussion in about two: weeks, or as'soon straight from the heart : the watchful guidance peacefully, and that the former slave still

people of the interior in their with Charleston and Savannah Rail- as the Indian, agricultural land pension appropriation must come front the parents, from the goes to his old master for advice on everything -

l Preference of Fernandina as a mere suitable road give' it the most direct route for all bills can be disposed of. social relations; and when this is not ob- else besides politics
locality for the Florida points. At Vermassee it will have tainable, it must be properly substituted As regards politics Ephraim is not quiteas

Health proposed 1 institution connections with the Georgia Central to VALUABLE the moral education of the heart must keep much to his idols, however, as he was.
for the first inducement offered Shreveport, La., and by the Texas Pacific SUGGESTIONS.AS pace with that of the head. The graduate The negro-has never taken the same interest

:' the!suecess in the fUtUre, it surely) should be through to San 'Francisco. The surveyed I from school receives high honors for his intellectual in politics since Grant ceased to be a political -

SfrOn;;e st, While for and located line is said to show the lowest TO TilE VALUE OF DRYING KILNS FOR LUM- acquirements and learning-he is factor. Virginia is the only State in

'comn ( beauty of situation maximum grade of any railroad in the Uni- BER. paraded in triumph ; but we see no premiums which he has been rousad recently to political ,
tills ? views ample ground room ted States. accorded moral distinction the effort, and that effort weakened as soon
centralnd Stoutz & Co., have one of the ; one makes' the debt R
by steamers far-famed locality, accessible As this is to be entirely a coast line we circular mills I have seen in the South.smartest the clever man, the' other the honest. Would as For the question was no longer involved. 1
It is
and it average natural friendof
not be negro
the World, railroads from all Parts of hope it will embrace.our Island City in its is located in the southern outskirts of this.. bined? The regulation that they of should be com- repudiation, and can generally be count- +
par excellence city, on the river bank, within a short suffrage, by law, ed favor
the locality route into Florida. of where it distance is one of the rights and immunities that be- on to it. unless great pressure i-s

empties into Mobile bay long to the State may require the quali brought., to bear upon him.-Mobile Register. -



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::". j- i A LOST FltlEXD. ::11 Oh !J" said the voice'suspiciously, hut and faint, and liopedhat. should not be I I {jay and; 'noticed all this i but the power) I ]Isabel could: not endure the idea of livinthere r,'
': Miss Graham was not'to tunic till 8. required criticise or admire anything before of movement" seemed' withdrawn from. nu : and begged him to ;give it up. One
: :,;<' j Sly friend he was ; my friend' from nil them Nevertheless I am'Miss Graham.'and you I had been. refreshed by tea. 'Of this, ',I could not ha't'e moved a tin er'or'utticd"a ; night we took the girls to a ball and at

':.:-, ,' rest, see 1 have come at 4. I am coming in, so however, there, seemed no' -sign, so 'I con- sound if my'- life had depended on it. about o'clock Isabel came up to ne and\
) :; With childlike faith he ope'd to me his please open the door.'* cluded that in this old-fashioned mansion .: The door (opened softly and' another said, she was tired and would like to fo

: breast ; "Well, I suppose you may come in," was afternoon tea was unknown and that '1 woman entered, a little younger in appearance home. I asked if something else were not
:i .f '. No door was locked on altar, grave or grief the ungracious reply, and the door opened.I should have to trait for the set meal at 6, for than the one who sat by the lire but the matter, for she looked more than tired:

.. ;; -j'_ j No weakness veiled, concealed no disbelief.,. passed through it, and up the flagged pathway which the :Misses Tharpe ,were evidently in care lines, in black gown, in white hair Will prefers India to me,' she said, 'thatis
-o r .' The hope, the sorrow and the wrong were. on either side of which stretched a coming' home.. I's ghed. she was the same. all. I gave him his choice, and we have

., .;,: .bare, garden, laid out in brown, desolate flower- "Are you very tired?" said the girl, who, Has she moved, :Mary"' said the new- parted forever; he sails to-morrow from S'-
; .',, ". .And ah, the shadow only showed the fair. beds. Some large cedars grew near the was now kneeling in front of me holding my comer in a low voice that thrilled me by its Why does he go so suddenly I ?''

f f';. I gave !him love for love, but deep within house, and cast a heavy shade over its long, hands in hers; because, if you are not, I suggestion of a resemblance to some other "'A friend of his who had engaged a berthin
I I magnified each frailty into sin. red fa ade. The whole scene was dreary in think perhaps we had better'go and see my voice I had known (Isabel's, as I know now.) this ship is unable to go, and Will is going .
J Each hill-roPPed foible in the sunset lowed, the extreme, all ,the blinds were drawn work now. I have been down here sometime No sister Martha," said the other, raising to take his place,' she said. So fell the
'. Obscuring vales where rivered virtues flowed. down, and over the front door the family and I don't want Jane to come interfering her faded eye from the fire ; "she has first blow on poor Isabel, without softening,
''.' : Reproof became reproach till common grew hatchment was displayed. In reply to my before you have seen it." been like this now for nearly three hours. without hope of reconciliation. I Went
t.. :- The captious word at every fault I knew. hasty question whether there had been a recent There was something strangely childlike Has Jane not returned yet?" home with her, promising send back the
I. lIe smiled upon the censorship,and bore death in the family, the woman who about her suppliant way of looking up at'i' ** Yes, she has just: come in. It is some carriage for Edith and my sister Mary. On
,, ,'-=,, With patient love the touch that wounded had let me in answered stolidly : me. A refusal would only vex her, I distance to E-, you know, and Dr. Jaikeswas the way home she seemed excited and half
t ;I' : sore ; No, the place is always like this. thought, so I gathered my tired limbs together out ; but she has brought that new doc- wandering, and talked in a broken. dUcon-

'.:' Until at length, so had my blindness grown. The hall in which my boxes were set and followed her. tor from the High street who has the name netted way. I am telling you all this to
," He knew I judged him by his faults alone. 'down was large and dark, furnished with She caught up one of the heavy silver of a clever young man. He had better come show what it was that first shook her mind
oaken settees and seats black with age. candlesticks from the table and went before up now, I think." and how this quarrel with the man she passionately -
::, Alone, of all men, I who knew him best I paid the flyman, and when he was goneI me through the dark passages, holding it I closed my eyes ; I felt I could not bear loved had partly unhinged her
for test !
t llefused the gold, to take the I looked with anxiety for some sort of welcome high above her head. Its light fell on the to be called upon to take even the part of a brain, even before the frightful event of
honored for the worth they
Cold strangers for the tone of the letters I had received red gold of her hair, whose lustre seemed to recognized listener in any conversation. i which I am about to tell you. I should not
i i r. saw; led me to hope this would be a homein brighten the dim house as she passed throughit. Presently a hand took mine felt my pulse, have mentioned. Lockwood but for this
in the flaw.
;i.. His friend forgot the fact no less than in name. It seemed a long way. Up stairs, along smoothed my hair back, and a man's voice and I shall not have occasion to mention
., ,
,f: "f At last it came-the day he stood apart, "Are the ladies out?" I asked. passages hung with old portraits that seemedto said: him again. He went to India and I daresay
r I i ;j! When from his eyes he proudly veiled his Yes," said the old servant. They will frown on us as we went by ; then down a Poor child, there has been a severe shock; does not know of poor Isabel's condition -
., F: I heart I : not be back till G. You had better take off few more stairs ; another passage, a door, a have you any idea what could have caused: i, for which his cruel conduct certainly
.';\: i( When carping judgment and uncertain your things, and sit in the l library till they short flight of steps, and'we were in one of it?" 1 laid the foundation. Of the calamity that
.,: : word return." the daintiest little bowers I had ever beheld. "Yes," said Miss:Martha's voice ; she has put the finishing touches to the wreck of
',: .t i A stern resentment in his bosom stirred ; I did as she directed. In the library, which Every pleasant: device, every charming ar- had a very serious shock." her mind he must of course have read in the
a When in his face I read what 1 had been, was at the back of the house, were a good rangement that modern decorative art could We can do nothing more than you seem papers.
:' And with his vision saw what he had seen. fire and two wax candles in ponderous silver suggest, were here in perfection, and in to have been already doing" he went on ; I did not then feel very anxious about

; Too late too late Oh, could he then have candlesticks. The walls were oak-paneled, strongest contrast to the massive antique it is best to leave the nervous system to I Isabel. I thought she was merely feverish
"" 'j' known and the curtains heavy, dark and handsome.The grandeur of the rest of the house. I had right itself naturally. Perhaps you will tell 1 and excited,so I saw her safely in bed and
When his love died that mine had perfect whole atmosphere was one of decayed hardly time, however, to take in more than me what caused this." bade her good night.
" ,i 1 ',? magnificence. I leaned back in my chair, the tout ensemble of the room for Isabel "I will show you," she said and the two Good night, dear sister' she said' I am

I r,; That. grown when; the veil was; drawn abased, and put my feet on the fender with a feelingof caught me by the arm and hurried. me I left the room together.The quite comfortable now. I hope I shall go
,:. chastised I contentment, which not even the mys- through the door on the other side of the lady who had been'called Mary came to sleep, and not be disturbed all night.'
t, ;,>':' The censor stood, the lost one truly prized. tery shadowed forth by the outward signs of bedroom, and into a little boudoir furnished to my side and bathed my temples with Poor child poor child she was dis
i l" i' mourning on the house could dispel. The with the :same taste which characterized the vinegar, and presently I heard the doctor turbed, but how, by whom, by what. we
.' f Too" late we learn-a man must hold his change from the chill, damp world outsideto room we had just left. Fresh flowers, cagesof and Martha speaking in the next room. My: shall never know.

t :.. friend this warmth and comfort, the absolute singing birds, plenty of books and needle- nurse heard them too, and after a moment's I went to my room, heard the carriage
: ',. Unjudged, accepted, faultless! to the end. stillness of the place after the hurry and work lying about. "Here," I thought, "she hesitation slipped away to join them, leav- drive home, heard Mary bid Edith goodnight
1. \:' bustle of railway traveling, these were very surely keeps her work." But no, she still ing the door ajar. heard the doors close and the house
i : A STRANGE EXPERIENCE soothing, and all conduced to a sense of hurried me on. The door of a third room My: nerves were highly strung and my settle down into night's quietness.
I drowsiness, which gently stole over me. I stood open, and through it we passed into a every sense was alert ; though their voices "Next morning I would not have the girls
.1 ; I. yielded to it. I don't know how long I chamber the facsimile of the one we had were low I heard distinctly every word that called. I thought they must be tired. But
r f ;F THE COMPANION'S STORY. dozed, but when a slight noise-a cinder first entered. Only, whereas the other had was uttered. I could not connect what I at about 10 o'clock I had a breakfast tray
line has been a quiet, uneventful, unromantic dropping from the fire, I fancy-roused me had been neat, this was disordered-rich heard with what I had seen and undergone, prepared and carried it up. Isabel slept in
J J'; life; but in my past, one weird experience again to consciousness, I found that I was 1' laces, flowers and a fan l lying strewn on toilet for, in respect of any memory of what had the outer room usually, but she was not in
I ';U-t stands out in very sharp relief against no longer alone\ in the room. Seated on a table and floor; only, whereas the other passed in the earlier part of the evening, my her bed. I passed into the sitting room ;
',. r.; the dull background of my other low ottoman on the other side of the fire, seemed empty of human presence, this did mind was utterly blank though I felt in she was not there. No doubt, I thought,
\ ./ which, to tell the truth, are exceedingly her gray eyes fixed on my face, was a girl ; not: only I whereas the other little white every fibre of my body the vibration of the she is with Edith. She was with Edith.
< ,;. \ prosaic ; an experience so terrible that horror that had overwhelmed me. Oh God how often have I longed for death's
her hands were clasped around her knees, bed was vacant, smooth and unpressed, this ,
.j i L'; at the time it almost threw me off my mental and her whole body bent forward in an at- was occupied. "A dreadful sight indeed," said the doctor, darkness to blot out my remembrance of
.J I" balance and even now often fills me titude of profound attention. Over her Isabel led me to the bedside. Before us "and quite calculated to unhinge a mind the sight that met my eyes when I openedthe
A ; with unrest and disquiet by its mere memory. mature and self-governed than this door of Edith's room. On the floor lay
plain white dress fell the splendid waves and lay what seemed so like herself that I more
: ripples of her auburn hair; her complexionwas glanced at her to assure myself that she was poor girl's. But you will pardon me for Edith dressed in her white lace dress, justas
.!'"' !E.i;. t'-" \ When I was in my twenty-fifthyeari was of that clear shell-like tint by which standing by my side and not lying before saying that it was culpably careless to allow you saw her upstairs ; her long fair hair.
[ I it", suddenly left to face life alone. I looked that colored hair is so often accompanied. my eyes. her to visit that room unprepared." wet with dark patches, lay spread over the
:I v ;; about for employment, and before many She was exquisitely lovely-but her face? The figure on the bed was dressed in a "Of course, we intended to prepare her," nightdress of Isabel who sat on the floor
\-.J.S': days my attention was attracted; by the following What was there in it that made me shrink ball-dress of white satin and rich lace. said Miss Martha distractedly, butshe came with her sister's head in her lap. Edith

t f!, advertisement : involuntarily from her? The deep,changeful looped up with great wreaths of waterliliesand long before the appointed time, and Jane, was dead, her throat gashed across, and Isabel
f .F Wanted immediately, a lady as companion who had charge of the house, believed Isabelto was mad."
to lady who is slightly deranged. eyes, the red, perfect mouth, the wild grasses. Her hair, which I now saw to
,it tr 1- a young "
:' The patient is quite harmless and gentle. A rose-colored cheeks, the whole person of the be fairer than Isabel's, fell over the pillowin be upstairs all the time. Mad said Dr. Lloyd.
,;i i':, -comfortable home offered. girl, though of a more complete beauty than heavy curls that almost touched the floor. Can nothing more be done?" asked :Miss Quite mad ; for when we asked her how-

,. .' I: n I was not by any meansa weak-minded or any I had ever seen, yet stirred in me a certain The eyes had a vacant stare, but they were Mary. she had found her sister, if she knew who
),Jt nervous: young woman, and'it seemed to me indefinable repulsion. Who was she? the gray eyes of Isabel ; the cheeks had a "No," he answered, "but with your per- had done it, how long ago, all she would
::1$t. .that the slight prejudice which made me I had hardly realized where I was for the deadly pallor but they had also the rounded mission I will remain here for the presentin answer svgs, 'I did it. of course, can't you
.. t. .shrink from such companionship might moment, but at that question I remembered.Of contour of Isabel's. Over the neck and bust case any change should take place. My see I did it?' and riot another word couldwe
f4; ,ti' .easily be overcome. The salary named course she was the "patient," and the was thrown a thick white lace scarf. impression is that she is conscious at this get from her on the subject either then

". }. H .suited my requirements, and as my credentials shadow that marred her beauty was the A growing horror held me rooted to the moment, and may before long recover or at any other time.
: i} were satisfactory, my application was derangement" for which I had been pre- spot. I could neither speak nor move for, j speech and memory and need instant atten- She did not do it, of course?"
I t, ".m met b)' an acceptance and all the prelimi- pared. I felt that it would not do to )let this let me say it at once, the face before me had tion. If it would not be too painful to you, "Of course not. Why, the girls doted on
L'. z, .naries being arranged, it was agreed that I repulsion make any further headway, since I i on it the plain signet of death. I stood ladies, perhaps you would not mind ex- each other. Besides ample proofs were
+1.'. : .should.'journey down to Ewithout I was to be the companion of the girl before waiting for what should come, and this is plaining to me the necessity for the exist- forthcoming that some one else had been in
:: tv "_ further, delay. me so I crushed it down as well as I was what did come :,.. ence of this horror, which must always be a Edith's room that night and had done this
: .'f ot' ;; On ,the morning of the day on which I had able,and,holdingout my hand, said quietly: The girl beside( me whispered low in my i danger to any one entering your house devil's deed. The police came. Prints of a
". 3J: : arranged to begin my new life it occurred tome "How do you do?" ear : without preparation." man's feet were on the garden beds below
't '1- that the train I had fixed on would not Hush !" she whispered, taking my hand, "There Is it not lovely? Look, :Frances A slight pause then Miss: Mary said : the window, and the ivy which covers the
1 I. '"} h get mime 'to E- before 7 o'clock, and that don't speak too loud, or Jane will hear us, Graham, this is my work." She drew the Sister Martha, tell Dr. Lloyd the story.If house on that side was loosened and broken.
.' ,'a it would be far from pleasant to arrive in and she will want me to go away. She does lace from the throat and bosom of the bodyon he had been longer in the town he would Edith's jewel case, which had contained
.' 'i"1' ,the damp darkness Jof an autumn evening not know I am with you. I told her I was I the bed, and a minute after threw the not have needed to inquire. The chatter of some valuable jewels, was broken open and
,' ;:.,!: : iit a station with which I was not familiar, going to m)' work but I wanted to come and candlestick wildly from her, and, as dark- servants makes the keeping secret of even a its contents gone, and on the floor beside
.and which might be miles from the :Manor i see you. You are to be my companion, are ness fell on the room, broke into peal after part of the tale impossible, and Dr. Lloyd her dead body was found a large heavy
I 'ft) Jlouse. you not?" peal of ear-piercing terrible laughter. But may as well hear it told truly by you as knife, such as laboring men carry and
I therefore decided to go by an earlier Yes, Miss Tharpe.'' between the withdrawal of that lace and garbled by the town gossipmongers.And which was covered with her blood."
{ train, thinking that it could not possibly Don't call me that," she said quickly. : lIisslartlm obediently began the The murderer was never found?" asked
_.: the coming of that darkness was a clear moment -
1 /. ;,t make much difference to my employers '. c.Call me Isabel::; and in that moment I saw most story. I suppose she had had to tell it before Dr. Lloyd.
.J.'I ',;' ,'. whether I reached my destination at 8 or 4. I shall be very pleased to do so, Isabel. plainly, most unmistakably, all that the for her words seemed to come very I "Never. No one could identify the knife.
?:t!!i f :. I knew nothing of the people to whom I was "That is nice," she said. You' have a scarf had hidden. On that snowy bosom readily : i A tramp had been seen hanging about the
11 li;'i i".; going, beyond the facts that they were the very pleasant voice. What is your name?" were dark crimson stains, and across that My sister :Mary and I were brought up house, but though the detectives scoured
: .'' ,. -<' -elder sisters of" the patient' and that their Frances Graham." soft throat was a deep red gash. by our father, a widower, who lived here, the country far and wide and though w
; ,m 1...,'.. ',: :: references had been all that could be de- "I will call you Frances," she said, "if Then material night deepened to mental and when we were 30 and 33 years of age he offered a large reward, from that day to tins
'!f-- ;: '(; ", sired. On the way down I amused myself you will let me." darkness and there came a merciful blank. married to every one's great surprise a young no word has ever been heard to show in
l ti with guesses as to the kind of household' Ito Certainly," I answered, my heart, warming and pretty woman. About a year after his what way one of our darlings lost her life
i .. b the time I reached little toward her. second he thrown from his and the other her "
+ .- was about to join, and ) ; a II. marriage was reason
l : .:_' E- I had formed pretty little fancy'picture "Now, Frances," she went on, coming THE STEP-SISTER'S STORY. horse and brought home dead. That night ".This is very painful,"said Dr. Lloy I'"
i '.': ,, of two cheerful, comfortable, middle- close to me, and twining her arms round After the unutterable horror whose: end his twin daughters were born, and his wife voice; but it does not explain what I Mate
;)1 ,; .aged ladies, and had begun to think hat the sir waist: ; I want you to be my friend, and was that blessed loss of consciousness, my died. In the midst of our grief at this upstairs."
.:', "deranged" young lady might after all be, let me love)'ou. You will,-won't you?" first sensation was that of. a painful struggle double loss (for we had loved our father's "I was about to do that, replied Mis-
1 ;- only a little peculiar and eccentric, not Of course I said Yes." How could I do after lost memory ; desperate choking,and second wife) the dear little babies comfortedus Martha. I went at once to Dr. Jaikes, who+'

J *, :,' : enough so to make any serious drawback to otherwise when her soft cheek was laid so a wild, mad pulsation of my heart, which ; we called them Edith and Isabel. We as perhaps you know was for years physician -
:' ,..:x quiet and happy life. caressing against mine? beat so thickly and so fast as almost to suffo- gave them all our thought, care, love, and at Asylum U. S. A., for, to our
; .- I got a fly at the station, and with my ."And you will try and'love'me? And you cate me.= Then, mist began ,to ,breathe.with devoted ourselves to bringing them up con- horror, Isabel's! mania took the form !If all
smaller belongings was packed into it. After will be gentle with me and not be impatient. greater ease, abandoned the effort at recollection : scientiously.? As they grew up they seemedto absolute refusal to be parted, even for a moment
what seemed an interminable drive, the and you will not be annoyed if I talk too l and letting my feeble thoughts take fill the whole house with sunshine. They from the body of her sister VT
-, '_ conveyance jolted and shook itself down much of my work? Y<>know it is the only their own channel, I began to notice where were so sweet, so beautiful so graceful- Jaikes came and examined her, and tried by
: >0 into quietness. in front of a closed door, thing I care for, and, I must talk about it. I was and with whom.I fond of us and so devoted to each other. gentleness by severity to induce her t"t
; which formed the only ,feature' in a' long .1 No one else ever. did any work at all like it." was undressed and lying; in a large four- Perhaps,Edith was a thought more beauti- give up the corpse. No she clung it with
l; .-' red-brick wall high enough to be in itself What, is your work dear?" I asked anxious post 'bedstead in a handsomely furnished ful, but then Isabel was so intellectual and frantic tenacity. To our dismay, Dr. Juk',
.;. ,. very sufficient protection, and further s'e- to show interest in what was evidentlyher old-fashioned room; windows and bed brilliant. When the. girls were about 18 affirmed that it would bens much :.s her 1m
: ." curcd by a formidable chevaux de.frise. My: one topic. : were draped with sombre sage-green mo 1. Isabel met at a ball in the next county a Was worth to insist. If you force( her f>
,:, : Hyman rang the bell and I alighted. Along .' Oh; you shall see it presently! ," she said. reen han trigs. A bright fire burned young man named William Lockwood,'who, give way, he said she is: almost certain ti'

s interval elapsed without any sign of '(Therc's no hurry; it's always there, you on the 'hearth ; beside me stood bottles, after a short acquaintance, asked us for her go raving mad, and will most likely destr.A
,, ,, : life from the other side of the door. but when know." glasses and basins. Over against the fire sata hand. He was, of good family, and his herself. What shall we do?' we coke,
' .l' at last he somewhat impatiently rang again, What is it like?" I asked. woman's spare angular figure, dressed in people were quite favorable to the match, He reflected some time, then made a jOlur-
;' there came a sound of footsteps on the "Oh, I won't tell you what it is like," said deep mourning woman with an ashen for n.o one could help loving our Isabel. The ney to London, returning the same niuht'

j : '.flagged; path within. and the' door was Isabel gayly, "because that will spoil the gray face, white hair, and a hopeless, deso- engagement was satisfactory to every one, with a stranger The police inspector allowed
fit' opened about three .inches,. while a voice surprise for you; but,it's 'very, very beauti late expression sad beyond description. She and it was expected that they would shortly the two to enter the room where the dead
is Kiid : fuUi. sat in u high-backed embroidered chair and marry and settle down near us.We. were girl lay. They remained' there wine time,
:;,._ "Who's there?" A'I shall like to see it very much," I said, looked wearily into the fire. On her face all, therefore, much astonished when, Mr. and retn'rnel.the next day and the neXt.
; 'My. name is Graham".., I, answered. i*'I feeling, it must be confessed but a'very luke- were deep lines which seemed ,traced by, Lockwood one day announced that he was When for the inquest it was necessary to remove -
have conic to be Miss Tharpe's companion. warm interest in the' matter. I was tired grief quite as much as by age. going to accepts lucrative situation in India. Isabel, Dr. Jaikes gave her a strongf



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cc+mr1ng visibly as the days.1 swift moment of revenge would repay me R-EAL-ESTATE. > .f ; _: G ;-1.' I 1.- ;'J --t4.'- <;{.-4. '1; '

ciinCOtill s fern ,Kr 'l3! f"rtyefcl hours. \Ycl lengthened, and spring's promise filled the fur all the sufferings of these yi-ars. Ask -- :. :" v
taiid what Dr. Jaikes : '.I. L : ,"-'_ .: .;, ;:.;. .:;. ;....: .H ; ; ".
meant ,
not hh* air she grew paler and thinner and more him if he remembers the last time he saw :'y. : -; i tom r'; ,i Y

until ,,'bi1lsabel: was still asleep, he took languid.; this room. Ask him -No, ask him nuth- >"." :.,:.: t :r...-: .. ,- ,,:.": /..}!.':..,;:; :( ". ;: ; :J.,.: /.. ::: ..,::- :,;:;,: : ,; ; i

ns to'td fc'fe, house and showed us -it. Dr. Jaikes and Dr. Lloyd1 watched the case ing. H.1 ld him there, aiid let him hear how J1.J.t: ..' .:, '<',' f.'j. :' <"J"5;) -:. ,- ",

.. girl lie said, will with interest and ,-. -.,,";. """ ": ., : !" -:" t','..' ,. : .. -
thatunfortnnate they concurred in the his love, his darling; met her eh'ltia- o "'< .f'f"; d t : ; : ":'"

now be able to keep ever before her the form opinion that she could not last many L'>ckWK>d himself lu ,kcillikc death as ; <"J.';1;, ''f..J. -.;:/,.:..<.:,;:.,:...'!",....."...."..-....,;:,:'" ( :. ;::. :..;, .. .."": ::>,. '.. THE FLORIDA \.

ofher dead *ist?r. This is n ghastly notion, months. Dr. Jaikes was of opinion that her into a chair near the dour and looked ?'"' Ml--: '" .tF, -. >'.
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but it i is the only way to keep the girl death might be preceded by a lucid interval, at Isabel. The hires whole b',,1)' seemed ''-''.'': ---t. !I ) l'O'VX /.

ali VC* *' and his hope was strong that some clue to transfigured, instinct with a new full life. :}2; ;:: ," {.:; k:. I .

.. yjcjj Isabel awoke Dr. Jaikes.had aninterview the murderer might then be gained. Dr. Can fanc.the at all render '' Fcriiniidiim,
you scene ? I .. > :; .
her-the funeral had that ; : 'l' .
with Lloyd differed from him in this } ., :
and declared not for words faint <, :
suppose my are to convey ;::1"M"., :,, .. Y'j""t Towns
... on R. K. Line.
promised that the '" f. ..
clataken place-and his belief that shock similar I '* .J '
only a to any idea of the picture I saw then, and : .-'.'
t 1
Edith should be restored to her if L >;
corpse of the one 'which had wrecked her reason which haunted me day and night for )'ears. And Cedar hey.I .
-. ..,. ,
never to touch it. He I '.;
she would promise would restore it to her, even temporarily."Supposing The horror on the bed, changeless and un- ; I

told her that if she did so it would be immediately that she did see the murder changeable. The man, as far from it as. possible !- .. : 3.:< ,::
She did
removed. and "
promise, committed he said "
me once, I believe cowering beneath the glance of the .
her word. By covering; the face as she would Offers to Lessees and Purchasers large .
has kept recover sufficient reason to point woman who stood erect and defiant beside .. r.,
much as possible its beauty has been pre"Upon the murderer out. if she f' .1 '.4\\Vi', ... -i
ever saw him again; the body, still clasping fast in her clinched number of the most eligible and desirable

erf'll. but that i is! among the things so unlikely as hand the lace scarf she had withdrawn fromit. .c.. -' ,

Ul)' soul said Dr. Lloyd}, this almost to be impossible. .-. .. .. '.. <. &;' .. .'".f.i!&:;.-...".,T 4 ''..! f Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or tome.
Jtiikes is: a harp man, and so must his But it is not always\ the ,". :$ : .' '
Dr most Listen
have been. likely things she cried, listen, all of you- ." !,; ;t; R<" ,( .;' .; City or Suburban Residences,
London\ friend that happen. shall hear You
you my story. .I heard 1
I heard as I lay in bed. I J'i: ; !;? :i." _'(' .< '
All this my Who, for instance, would have thought it many guesses as to how this, '* with a wildly i : \

must heir lJIurl" For at the last few sentences likely that )Ir. Will Lock wood should, on eloquent gesture happened, and he has ..' '. 7''j'1'!: } .- L .:t UPOX. EASY TERMS.

memory had awakened, and I. was his return to England after four years' ab- heard none it Now shall '1",. -.' "_ } : '.,;y.:1. vVFlorida j ,,-,
seems. you hear ;; :"'7"'M... ::. ,. > > :- \:_-z:: -\ .,Liberal Discounts on Values aI loce<1tom,.
aWe to kno\v that here was the explanationof sence, come straight from S-to the manor the truth and he-liar, coward, traitor, villain .' ;; r,. ', -.T'. ; : ,
:, : : _
the terror of that dJIU\] bedroom. The explanation house and ask for Miss! Tharpe ? I supposehe as he is-will not 'dare to say it is other r." parties engaged in manufacturing orindus-;

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What I had it explained ? Noth- had << ,\ .i..t .1, -. ,
think .
seen no newspapers on his outwardvoyage than the truth. Let me. ; how was it? rial

in-'j! Ilmv bald this doctor preserved thebode' to.India, and by the time he reached She paused a moment( 'and then went on .. -j'.1 s.-< ; enterprises, who will. erect on the. prop-

? Was it embalmed ? How hail it his destination the E -murder had ceasedto more quietly. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor

been' recovered after receiving proper be common talk, and some'other "The night of the Assembly ball I saw

burial? Uatrocit)."' had taken its place in the mindsof William Lockwood-he had been my lover residence or in which to conduct their

I slid from the bed and staggered; across men. Certain it is that he knew nothing fur eighteen months my ardent lover. if he Lands. business.

the room pushed the door wide open and of the tragedy. was to be believed. That night he parted .

tottered through it. As I did so I caught a Unlikely in the extreme Ana yet the from me forever my accompany INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS :

glimpse in :mirror of my own wild whiteface most natural thing in the world for one who him to India being his pretext. I went by exemption for a term of Years from

framed in its black disordered hair. had always had the name of a most impulsive home very wretched, went to bed, heard the The Peninsular I -
Dr. Llovdspran. up and supported me. But man, not to wait to hear news in any others return and still could not sleep. taxation, offered by the several cities and

for his timely! aid! I should have fallen to the roundabout way, but to come straight this o Presently I thought would go into Edith's AND towns. Apply to

ground. I gathered my forces and spoke in old loves; house to see if she were still room and pass the rest::; of the night with her CHAS. W. LEWIS

-i hoarse whisper. I have heard the story tut wed. dear sister
my my loving companion, who Fernandina..

What is it? For heaven's sake tell me. How At any rate one May evening, when the knew all my heart and who: had, in return, TTro1pica1 1 Florida -Offlce. cor.' 'Beach &7th sts. } .

I I .
have you kept Edith's corpse for four)'ears? Misses Tharpe were out, and Dr: Lloyd, no secrets from me. I opened her door : i J' r I

At the words my flesh quivered again, and now a very frequent visitor at the manorhouse softly, lest I should disturb her innocent RAILROAD) COMPANIES ,.'

my hair seemed to stand on end, whileevery was sitting in the garden with .ni.e: slumbers ; and what do von think I saw ? -.' .

nerve I had trembled expectantly as I waitedthe and poor Isabel, now wasted to a"er Edith was not in bed ; sHe 1" had not even removed ;I "

answer. shadow, we heard a ring at the garden door. her ball dress. She was standing by ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE .

Her corpse is buried said Dr. Lloyd, There were never any callers there. I t the window, her hlitids'claspecl round the COUNTIES OFALACHUA '

tightening his grasp of me. *' What you could only be Dr. Jaikes or the' Misses neck of a man who held her in his tennis CURTIS fc CO. '

have Mien. was never alive. It is her perfectly Tharpe, so, as the servants were both out, I That man was my lover, William Lockwood. ESTATE AGENTS, "

fashioned, perfectly colored imago ran round and opened the door myself.A Let him deny it if he can !" REAL ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA
in wax. handsome bronzed man of about thirty He could not, apparently. At any rate,

stood in the doorway, and spoke hat in he did not, but only bent his head lower on PUTNAM 7 Loans procured, Mortgages negotiated Exchanges -
hand his breast, after one sidelong glance at the
TilE THIBD STORY. :Mill: Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet tot
Does Miss Tharpe still live here?" door. :
NrARIONSU acres Lands and Plantations from '
Another blank. I believe I had something 5 to 5,000'
Yes I said. 411 heard him, she went on, remind acres, for sale.
very like an attack of brain fever. I .
Can I see Miss Tharpe? I am William her of how he had only meant to marry me TER AN"'DHERNANDO N. B._" St... Mary's having been selectedas
had had of
recently sorrows my own in the
Lockwood a very old friend. for my money, how she had always had his the terminus of the Atlantic& Mississippi;
loss of those dear to and Canal
me, perhaps these (under the made for Govern-
"Come in, I said, and led him to the li- heart, and how after all, his love for her ment by General Gillmore survey
weakened me and rendered me an easy ), charters for the-
prey to what now struck me down. At brary. Then I went and whispered to Dr. would not let him marry any one else. I construction of which having been granted
Lloyd who the visitor was.I heard him tell her how he was obliged to by the United States Government and the-
rate, I was ill for some weeks, during which AT PRICES PROMo Legislatures of Georgia and
did not say a dozen words to him, but leave England for a time, of the difficultieshe Florida a large
the kindest and most careful nursing was increase in the value of adjacent lands may

given me. As I got stronger I was able to when I turned round Isabel was gone. Had was in, and his! urgent need of money : I be confidently looked for." (See New York

think out nil that had happened and to she gone to the library? We hastened thithjust beard him promise to return and marry her, $1.25 $10 per Acre.All Sun, 27-3-83.)

er. The girl was standing inside the if she would only wait for him. T saw her
form resolution. So
my one day, when Miss
Martha said: door looking at the man who had been her give him the jewels off her arms and neck. D'O VV TS

lover with a wild, passionate light in her She handed him her jewel case, but she had
I dear will these lands in the central
suppose, my you soon be are JAMAICA
eyes. mislaid the he took i GINGER CORDIALIS
key ; so a big knife from
well to leave this
enough sad house, I
with Isabel ? he said, in a chilled, changed his great coat packet and forced the lock-it peninsular portion of the State, and
was ready my answer: NOT AN
voice. was only a slight affair-and crammed the within fifteen miles of Railroads i in ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
I have no wish to leave you, Miss but contains all the medicinal
Well, Will. she said, you have comeback contents of the case into his pockets. All of the finest Jamaica properties -
Tharpe. If you think I can perform the Ginger Root. It
duties then ? Why don't you ask for Edith?" this I watched through the crack of the door. successful operation, traversing a territory is very pleasant to take, and
you require, I shall be glad to stay

here, and I can promise you that there shallbe I-'ou- Good God, how ill you look !II! Then they parted. He kissed her lips, her which is being more rapidly CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,

was all his answer. eyes, her hands, her hair, her throat ; and
no return of the weakness which has
"Edith is not ill said then he left settled and developed than any other COLDS CRAMP
Isabel quietly ; as I suppose he had often done CHILLS COLIC
giren you all so much trouble. I believe I
shall be able to fill the place of Isabel's companion come and see her. I before, by the window ; and when she had part of the State. DIARRJKEA, DYSENTERY,

I made a step forward, with some vague watched him out of sight she turned back
now better than any one else could The fertility of the soil and accessibility
do. Your idea of interference, but Dr. Lloyd stayedme into the room with a little sob-half of PAINS in the Stomach:: and Bowels,
object in advertising was to get

some one of about her own age, in the hopeof with a glance."Ilerhaps pleasure half of regret. Then I came in. i. to the largest and best markets and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-

sister think it I shesaw in face that I ing the Stomach and Bowels
your may an suppose my knew all, into a healthy'
distracting her thoughts, and that I will make these lands particularly desira
action. Sold
do all lean to effect. intrusion, stammered, apparently quite for she said half mockingly- by

oblivious of our presence. 441 am not to blame ,Bell ; if you could ble for the cultivation of fruits and PALMER BRO'S,
Lloyd was consulted, and he agreed Centre Street, Fernandina, FTa.
with me that I was quite able to undertakethe Oh, no, said Isabel, she won't think not keep your lover when you had won early vegetables for shipment. For $fr-Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA!
that. Come and her. And ]him
duties. see you cometoo GINGER ALE the only Ginger Ale made

I should she added, turning to us. I could no't If she had been gentle remorseful::; -but large and immediate profits there i is without peppei. 22
advise a daylight visit to Isa- .. .
I. I'.. _h" .. fathom Dr. Lloyd's motive in allowing this she was not-and I was mad then whatever -- -- -- ------ ---
vet s :suno 01 rooms ne saia, asa first no industry in Florida equal to the
gentleman to be subjected to such a shockas I have been since.
test of 1
So when your I I'owers.tI had this must be; but I obeyed him, and wall e shall keep him though. she went on. raising of early vegetables for Northern
grown quite strong, Dr.
Uoyd took went silently after her up the long, winding Will you? I cried, and I caught up the markets.
me up to the room. There in
the endless-seeming passages, through the knife which he had dropped, and-ah !-you
pale sunlight of the
looked pretty boudoir, and into the dim chamber} see what I did with it. He will not kiss For new and descriptive circular,
upon the wax figure, and rather to
where death's image was enshrined. I your throat again, I whispered to her, and address
surprise, experienced no return of
the Isabel entered first, then :Mr.: Lockwood, then I ]knew what I had done, and life died CHAS." W. LEWIS
nervous terror with which I had been ,
and Dr. Lloyd and I stood in the doorway out in me, and I knew nothing more till I Will
prepared to do battle. I think the relief of Land bemailedFREEtoaliapplicant:;
I noticed that the young man's eyes, strangely found myself holding her head on nay knee Commissioner, !(')' \;; it.
knowing that this form
had never had life It contains illustrations prices, descriptionand
and was therefore not dead enough, turned first to the window and and saying over and over again, I did it- Fernandina, Fla., directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower

"> was so great as then to the dressing table as he followed I I did it-I did it ; and from then till now I Or T. :M. RIKAEDS Seeds, Plants, etc. invaluaMc to all.DETROIT.
overpower minor ,
any feelings.
I Isabel to the bedside. never could tell the rest. It is the sight of D. M. FERRY SCO. aaicil.
touched the waxen features, the chill Ocala Florida.r 38
hmd-rcmo\"cil With a sudden movement of her hand shedrew )'o.1-'on devil of treachery-that has given r ,., ,
the scarf with .
a firm touch, .
and away the scarf from the throat of the d!c power to speak out;.and here in God's FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER L
having accustomed! myself .,. / .
thoroughly ,; < .
; ;
1.) the body, and left exposed that awful ghastlywound. presence, I charge you with having killed : ; ,
sight, professed to begin -
myself ready: -
her body and blasted her soul and mine. ,'"
my work which I did forthwith by FOR SA ;.i: CHEAP
pertiliu' rDGINGS
s Lockwood gazed spell bound for quite two ..\h. sister' she moaned her voice sinkingto
: l Isabel to take a walk in the garden, 1.
i! :a thing minutes.: Then with a wild harsh cry that a soft murmur, "forgive me as I forgive -- AND SLABS .
< she had done since her sister's i
never : ; '
;% >
'loath. echoed throug'.i: the quiet house, he .flunghimself you, and let us both find peace ;j" and her .' ;. z> ::\: 10 cents per loacL

A* the on his knees beside the bed. voice died a'way as she sank down beside the < ; .t-; : : ROUQII LUMBER .
months Pa.eedon the liking she ; :'
hIt isn't true-it ain't be real l Oh Edith bed. t : ..
I'1"' t liNt shown{ far me seentedto deepen : _'. :' 'ff. ; From $5 to. $16 N\,1 ft.,

''iI'.l! I -my life, my darling- What have yon tosiiy to all this?" asked .according-to
l' siotiate quality.
attachment wltieh I 'was J
a:::' I'1" 11 Dr. Lloyd stepped! forward and dragged'the 1 Dr. Lloyd sternly. '" DRESSED LUMBER, '':' '
rttectenillcttettur'age >
"!\": "i-apie! tkt and which-I did man away before the hand! )he 'had Lockwood.had been gathering. .himse1ftJ' t :=t: ; $l.U .0 per M. iW';.
WOpltttlwn by
? every means stretched out had touch gethcr final 1 J. Ii ; < t : : dn1ers ..'
"f w''0 i i-i! I : time to the wax fora ejfort.I fuuoy. Heryse-: :' : by.q"el phomt'PI'Oluptly-attclII ,
was mlf&Tfe&s& m order to draw her : .. "
:a" :: hand which he had reached it. H&vrhispered : and drew himself to bfe"full height.:: ,;. ':.'':::' ', J .- L3.IA3I. '} : tr.kYEF.f
> : that Which she still called .. .
'' .. ,
". In irOckwood's *af. suppose. iolriE Say to it? heid: 'haughtily ; "4vrhythat -' .: "" ." .
: 'rl);. In [ BteaniOF Saw tI1l
a mN uw'I arassucee g. laniti-i. : I:;.
! ": :'i':,." ......h:1O:1iot: interest in Any him briefly \\ hat it. was and how it ca ,ti,e .from hi:; .liI 1fig-i.I.\l1d'.; it is tile" ':: b,uv.: :

.: : new there and led<< him to the door, but H* they-I less fabrication of a JhHr'HJ lAnt8"bmtn'.anI: :-. :.:'pflit( a, foot.Centte! Street._" ,; ,___ _
ny "Uiual \ ,1. '
,: : : vouldbesurcto.8ag"'would ; reached it-' > -. '.". ;/c ::'-\1'.Stop unworthy of aI uuumt8ntbserittis":attetttiofiti 1 .. <: "-'" -- FOItt ,

rtttt .a.wlth.,: .fofew. Mien ardor ..} l was llc\'erin this? rom in mylif before nand '
i ,,' J r !1" riell1S4b in a terHble hole i { $ ; t :.l---i.
<. f'at he walked : ;,:. ;
l'ont"IIJjJtt.ron gruesome '. quieSy>MJt at the door.r. =-: -_.
..: '' ; you have: seen -*w 'you p1i\st. hear, We J. ob ,.side '
> he while lace dress I sprang to s ; bat:.ttrh sir:lt !
managed I have it : .. .' ,,. iMAO'ELNERY:
1 ) :>I '!'- ia<1e her Though : known tilt along"! dour raised her.liewstsgaiteddvtml: -. ). .: ,.- ,.-";- -", ,
to allow
M ,,;' 1:1': the outward signs not speak ; but now the chain is loosed and Was all her tale a wild imagining of -fJe r t T :'.< :!-niing oa the face of the house fo ,be disordered( ? ': : J.1; :. .: Y. .,
!' I I find words., I was: mad then; and perhapsI reason ? .. .!; \ :'
I II1\\1! and she consented, only stfpula'K "l dith---my life, my darling!" 'Thosefive "<:> : ALL KINDS, .. ;f-
I tin'; that the have been fosince.Vh)' you think I words of Lncktvwdl:;. involuntarily .: ;
blinds : spoken <
of '
Edith's room should ; }:; iff: : :r"j.'F' : .:-
i Mill remain wanted her body ?Why do you think I have in the first thrill of his agony and"des> : : '. .' : '. to F. M. Robinson '
loft cre l. Since that .. ... :
'' .
".'fearful paroxysm dragged out my wretched)life so long? Be pair, bear: witness that it was not. .>: : ; '-" .. ,
laughter with which she had first At least I and : '" :
so think so thinks my hus ,
M u1)ti' cause I knew this hour would come. Because 1'-
n me her work !t (and which itt hand Dr. Lloyd. : I aa ,
was -. '" .
\ '
I knew that some day he would come backto -- Does the reader think = '
'C'III'tl. otherwise?

the first. islieljad 1 ejcpericnoeil) ), her her, not,to me-not to me,. and that this ,. TWm'S JO/Cltne. "".! .. .. : :, ';;, : fill"t.,. 't; I J AUKSOl\"YIT..LE", ;_. -' .FLORIDA, : : '\!;
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,j: .Ji1 THE FLOIMDA 1 LlImUII.I I 1 Timcs- Union, has looked into that THE CINCINNATI MOB WHO is BISHOP MANUCY. of this;, our own city, while Father Divion-

somewhat obsolete document called TO BLAME_? whose name still designates the rock on the
; he
The full details of the Cincinnatiriot
the Constitution of the United States." \Ve copy from the Mobile Register the fol- ,suffered martyrdom, was one of a little band

; I .Subscription, 82 per year; six months, 81. We presume that by strict inquiry it throw but little lighten. one. of the lowing.account of the reception of Bi>:hop 'of finally French sealed Catholic their faith missionaries with their blood'in who all ,

'; Office corner Centre n.ndFirst streets,second floor. possibly find a in existence.We most extraordinary outbreaks of 'm.ob Manucy, which will interest many of our the daring attempt to evangelize the I,a"nations an
may copy
law in this readers who! feel a pride in advancement, of this now great Christian
ever known country.So and
RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten beg the 2 hies- Union, when it ', of a Floridian : prosperous State. We may even in this
cents a line for the first, and five cents for far as'can be inferred from the retrospective glance towards the past fancy
) shall have found that ancient compilation The reception of the Rt. Rev. Dominicus in imagination
\ each subsequent insertion. class wounded killed the of the humbly kneeling before the
of ,
t or Manucy lately appointed bishop
: Special local notices, 15 cents a line. to compare closely Art. 1, Sec. 8, persons Diocese of Mobile, took place last Thursday primitivealtar,dark-robed form of Fat her
,, "if Reading notices, 25 cents a line.. mob was composed of all sorts of afternoon with ceremonies.The Athanase, the Recollet)) monk, who a feu-
Paragraph 1 which reads follows appropriate
., as : short years before, had piously laid
Special rate for time advertisements upon appli? people and not ot'any organized association procession moved up Government to in their
graves, on the distant banks theRio
.. cation at the office.Communications. The Congress shall have power, Claiborne,and up Claiborne to the Cathedral. rado, the bleeding remains of his Colo-

; ,f : upon all matters of local interest 1st, to levy and collect taxes, duties, or society. Some were laborers, where was gathered a. large congregation. friend, Robert, Cavalier de La Salle murdered, and

: solicited from all parts of the county and from and excises to the debts brewers, saloon-keepers, etc. They Th< portico of the edifice was crowded with then devoting his own life to achieving
; imposts pay spectators anxious to catch the first glimpseof that
; .1 along the lines of Florida railways. cherished: dream finally
seemed to have had no particular or the new bishop. As theprocession moved it
and brought to
thecommon and
j. All communications intended for publication provide for defense a triumphal recover
into the nave, the sounded a joyful '' intoy
organ mouths
ing'the and
.' should be addressed to the Editor.: all business general welfare of the United States," personal interest in 1 the criminal or his march. The bishop, followed by the clergy, the mighty river entrance"Colbert," the sea of

.. letters simply to THE FLORIDA :MIRROR with Art. 12 Sec. 2 the of Consti- victim. The ,murder was an atrociousone passed up the main aisle, and took his seat mighty Mississippi.And now the
at the right of the altar, and Very Rev.C.T.
nobly has :Mobile, amidst
SATURDAY, APRIL 5. 1SS4.TIIIltTY tution of the State of Florida, which and having been on trial for threeor O'Callaghan advanced to the chancel rail and social revolutions remained true political to

.' four weeks had become and spoke to the congregation. origin for in her
reads follows The naturally a ; no spot this great American
.t as : Legislatureshall The very reverend father concluded by Union boast of
YEARS BEHIND THE can more sinC'cre'and
for daily subject of conversation wherevermen calling upon the Catholic lay man to advance ted followers of" the devo-
;, TIMES. provide raising, revenue suffi-- of our fathers"
this invitation
I I and welcome his bishop. At than the Catholics of
:Mobil .
The Cin-
,,": The Fernandina J/trror is one the few papers cient to defray the'expenses of the State congregate a city. Major Henry St. Paul came forward and introduced any city or State offer to the world Neither a bright can

'r' of the State with which we can discuss each and also sufficientsum cinnati newspapers ,are very sensa- Mr. John Cavanagh, who read to er illustration of genuine reciprocal
for fiscal a regard
year the bishop the address" an elegant and
..:. important questions without feeling that it tional, and it unfortunately! the case found composition, bearing the imprint of and mutual respect for the sacred rights of
to the principal and intereston conscience than that
"t. is a labor lost, and from which we can differ that the of the pen of the gentleman first mentioned in of by noble
in cities
,:, great bulk] people people every origin and every faith in
'.' the existing indebtedness of the this paragraph.
without disdain. Its editor's notions of homage to public and private worth, wherever
read t"the
i journalism are about thirty years behind the State," and then tell us if its statement. nothing newspaper, daily ADDRESS TO THE RT. REV. BISHOP. found, irrespective of all)) diflerences of

!,:';:. :;r i. times ; but he can always give at least an intelligent that it is under a general clause and weekly, ,an4,that the city papers, Right Reverend Bishop : In welcoming your creed such
pre- return them invested with the high Amongst a people, as the people
amongst of
i :.'.i i t., reason for them and they arc not ministering to the craving appetite for Alabama and Florida
: cisely similar in purport to that in our dignity of their Chief Pastor, the lay Catholics ; under such a pastor
1.4t,, ; promulgated on the spur of the moment forJ news, serve with a superabundanceof of this diocese cannot better express as the Holy Father has blessed us with, the
J Ji' the purpose of currying favor with some own Constitution that the Congress of up their gratitude to the Holy Father than by cherished memories of love and veneration

l' t:': ., class or faction. "'Times-Union. the United States makes its multi- detail all the testimony, the rumors, saying that Hb heaven-inspired choice has clustering but round this See shall)) not be lost,
fallen on one whom former pastoral minis- will, under the sacred inspiration of the
t i: -, The Times- Union kindly credits the tudinous appropriations for every con- the speculations, etc., of a pending trations amongst them have long endearedto Holy Ghost continue in the path so brightly

1. murder trial. It well be their hearts.A blazed by your sainted predecessors.
'' can seen
,,1 J'; MIRROR with a dispassionate expression ceivable purpose, etc., is correct. native of the ancient city of St. Augustine In this age of doubt, infidelity and perse-
: < of its views on the subject of crime It is well known to every one conversant that a community in this way gets full in that Land of Flowers, where Poncede cution, when peoples and kings join in desecrating -
Leon reerected: that Christian Cross, and insulting all that is venerableand
to of murder the
::: and the press, but in order to account with the political history of overflowing a case ; which ages before, had been raised on this holy, it is a sweetand consoling thought

',' ; for the otherwise incomprehensible the country that the general welfare whole mass is forming an opinion as to continent by St. Brendan, Bishop of Kerry, to know that there is yet one land where re-
ligion and freedom
you now come as third Bishop of Mobile to can march hand in hand
: i i" fact of its difference with the Times- clause is the only authority invokedfor the verdict which should be rendered, be the spiritual ruler of the largest portionof and that it is the land of our nativity or

and anticipate the final close of the that soil which still retains the imprint of. adoption-these great "United States of
.:(, Union charitably suggests that the any departure from the specific the iron heels of the followers of DeSoto.It I America. "

: ;;' MIRROR is about thirty years behind provision of the Constitution of the trial unreasonably protracted and end- is no inglorious inheritance, that of the With love and veneration, we remain, Rt.
,: J : in corruscation of mitre and crozier, once borne by the pious Rev. Bishop, in the name of the Catholics of
.' the tImes. This may be so. United States; that it has been the ing a grand orat.oryfrom and energetic Portier, the father of our great the Diocese of Mobile, your obedient children -

:i,:';,. In view of recent occurrences we foundation of the clause for grantingaid distinguished forensic gladiators, Catholic seats of learning, and by that pro- in Christ.HENRY ST. PAUL
found theologian, that eloquent orator, that Chairman.
g r hope that it is so. While we do not for education, and it only requiresa every word of whose.speeches are givento most lovable of men, John Quinlan, whose JOHH CAVANAGH.
the of directed that he be buried Tnos. W. MCDONALD,
spirit humility
believe that all wisdom is buried in simple inspection of our own Consti- J. : -not within that church he had done so JOSEPH HTNDE, '

The natural: consequence is that the much to illustrate but outside of its walls, DAN McGiNNis,
;; ( the past, we do believe that the world tution to see that it contains no such :
public mind is in an unhealthy state at the foot of its foundations, where every JAS. K. GLENNON,
'i of principle, the world of morals and clause, no such words, or any words day his mortal remains would be trampledInto Committee.The .

the world of reason should be regarded whatever "precisely similar in of excitement. The verdict is given dust under the feet of that flock he Bishop, standing in the centre of the
r pur-
and the comment that the loved so well ; neither has that glorious in- sanctuary, near the chancel rail, listened attentively -
.t now as they have always been. port. press on heritance forfeited any of the love arid vener- to the reading of the address. At
denounces the excited ation it commands in our hearts while fora its conclusion Mr.
newspaper pub- Cavanagh advanced and
i Moral principles and truths are immu- We further insist that there is no time left-a sacred deposit-in the pure taking the Bishop's hand kissed the Episco-

lic discuss the verdict in drinking- and able hands of the worthy priest, to pal and then
table. They are not the subject of power outside the Constitution for the ring, retired.
'."' places where young men assemble at whom the enlightened choice of the Holy Bishop :Manucy replied to the address
'I fashion, or of progress.We legislative body to levy taxes or ex- Father had entrusted its keeping ; and the
night, men bold of speech suggest name of the Very Rev. Father C. T. O'Cal briefly in the following words :
confess most pend the revenues of the State.
our profound astonishment -
Administrator Beloved
violence heated with wine la han. as of this Diocese, Dearly : Positively I find myselfin
t< at the professed assumption The Legislature is created by the young men "Sede Vacante" will form a brilliant link a remarkable situation. The memories
catch the inspiration of mischief, and in the brilliant chain of your illustrious of forty-two years rush before me. I was
5 by the Times- Union of the power Constitution, and has only such powersas predecessors.But but a youth when I came forward for the

1 of omniscience judgment and of justice. that instrument confers. The restriction that curious principle of association although of late foundation, the office than which nothing could be more
I begets an impromptu mob, and to Episcopal See of Mobile may proudly claimto grand, when I came forward to be a partakerof
.4 It proposes to denounce "the'' on the power to appropriate be. next to your own native city, the first that priesthood which is in Christ. I came
: avenge one crime a city is given up to permanent spot solemnly dedicated to Cath- among you a young man, and for thirty-
:11.1: particular crime and particular ,criminal moneys is one of the most important and'dcst.r.. cti81.; olic worship in those boundless regions of three years,have I been in active ministry

-1--.;: before either have been judicially limitations. of the Constitution.To anarchy the Southwest which the genius and daringof i' the last nine of which have been chiefest
How much of this is due to the La Salle added to the empire of :New results. I was ten years here, ten in Montgomery -
,14 ascertained, and in the plenitude of i hold that the Legislature can France on this continent. and five in West Florida as priest,
> its failure of criminal justice, and how This interesting and hitherto-ignored fact and I think I can say without the slightestrisk
; superior wisdom to scrutinize the : appropriate the of the peopleat
: moneys much to the effect the in the history of our Church is brought to of being accused of wishing to flatter
f'? action of the Courts to expose '' as discretion is a dangerous doctrine. upon public light through the oldest authentic document myself that I left an example for you to be

mind of a sensational press may well connected with the annals of Alabama, and followers of 111('. even as I am in Christ. I
"t ;;.] 'supreme judges, "any dereliction of Obsta principiis.The still extant in the precious archives of your remember the days long past. I rememberthe
be of
.'J the Judge or prosecuting attorney"and TimesUnion is not correct in its a subject thought.It own Cathedral : the French text of which, day the good old bishop laid his handson
.I cannot be a healthy thing for a for the first time rendered into English, upon my head,and the day he made mea
.' will refuse to be taken in by anylegal statement of 'what the Constitutiondoes reads as follows: priest. The last remaining priest I am of
4 chicane which refers community to regale itself with a daily "I, the undersigned, priest and apostolic all those of the old church. The others have
allow and maintain is fault
l; suppose we at record of crime now constituting so missionary, certify to all whom it concerns, preceded me and gone to their graves. The
:' to rules of law and criminal practice. in its reasoning and its deductions. that in the year of salvation one thousand old Bishop, also. and then his successor. In
: large a portion of the news columns of seven hundred and four, the eighteenth of the providence of God, I alone am left to fill
\ And finally should a muddledjury fail the month of September, by virtue of the the throne so aptly filled by those who have
the with all the details ad
L:: :to meet out proper punishment, the WHY NOT OPEN THE INSIDE PASSAGE city papers, Letters of Provision and Collation, grantedand gone before and of whom such kind wordshave
nauseam corrupting some minds and sealed the twentieth of July of last year. been spoken this day Unworthy as I
tt ,
i, Times- Union being the judge, it will ? whereby Monsgnr. the Illustrissime and am to follow yet I come to do my duty as

J. \ as arbiter of the Universe The following vessels, outward bound,and suggesting the means of accomplishingcriminal Reverendissime Bishop of Quebec erected a the servant of Jesus Christ and as the Shep-

; supreme lying here waiting for a favorable to others. How parochial church at the place known as Fort herd of this people, without partiality,knowing
Ii :' *' adjust the balance by holding him, ", purposes St. Louis of Louisiana, and gave the care neither fiend nor foe. Foes, there are
f :, nity to cross the bar : Schooners Meyer: and much of the crime in cities is increasedby and pastorate of it to'Mr. Henri Boulleau de none, I know. nor yet friends according to

1 (the criminal) and them" (the jury) Muller, Dione, Melissa Trask, Mary E. Gra- such pernicious i reading would be la Vente. Apostolic Missionary of the Dio- this world for friendship, according to this
up to public scorn." ham, Fanny Gorham,Vineyard, W. H. Van information if it could be ob- cese of Bayeaux, have placed the said priestin world is not for us. The peace of God, and
actual and corporeal possession of said the spiritual friendship is the relation be-
", ; We fear that in view of this terrible Brunt, Sallie Mair, British Schooner Hattie tained.
parochial church and of all the rights there- tween us. even as the Master saveth .

:; _': edict it will be difficuft to obtain either Darling and the yacht Ranger. Our next Our methods of dealing with crimeno unto belonging, after having complied with Peace I leave with. My peace I give unto
t' high tides occur in four or five days whenif doubt need reform trials shouldbe all the ceremonies strictly required, to wit : :you : not as the world giveth, give I unto
:>>: judges, prosecuting attorneys or juries everything is favorable all of them may ; The entering of the church the sprinklingof you. "
'.i.' speedy and direct, our temples of holy water, the kissing of the main altar, I come to labor not for myself, but for you
in Florida.
but the chances
< get to sea, are against them, justice should not be theatres for the the fingering of the missal, the visit to the and your children ; to advise and to direct.

;,'\ f It is no light matter for a judge or a particularly those of the greatest draught.The display of forensic ability in murdercases Most Holy Host of the Altar, and the ring- My head is to govern, your hand to aid and
four first mentioned have been lying ing of the bells ; at the which possession I your assistance I expect to help me set things
: I >}
r' :, from the TimesUnion as'to the law of be the vehicles for filling the popular "Given at the parochial church of Fort the faith, and bring into the fold of Christ
these vessels lying idle at their anchors under -
mind with the St. Louis' the day, month and year above many who need the blessings of religion. I
; :t,. the case and the practice of the Courts a heavy expense, is about as strong an vicious details of crime named, in presence of Jean Baptiste de recognize this willingness in this reception,

to have dereliction argument in favor of the immediate resump- and the gossip of newspaper reporters, Brevillc, lieutenant for the King and com- and we will work heartily together for the
t 11' supposed ex- tion of work the could desire and we might then have a better class mandant of said Fort ; Pierre de Boisbriant, great triumph of the Cross and the dawningof

; :. :: posed ; and a dreadful thing for a poor on jetties as one jurors and a surer punishment for major, and Nicholas de la Salle, notary and that great day of eternity.
to have.-Cor. Times-Union. acting commissary of the navy. (Signed) Father O'Callahan then thanketltheladieswho
IE juryman, whom the Times- Union may The above statement crimes.JAY D AVION, had prepared the church for the recep-

regard as muddled to be held in emphasizesthe BREVILLE. tion, and the gentlemen who presented the
It- up communication of Col. C. P. Cooper GOULD ox THE SOUTH.-A correspon- "BOISBRIAST, address.
: .company with the murderer to public dent of the Atlanta (Ga.) Constitution, wri- .' DE LA SALLE." The Bishop said the Benedition, and the
f ,tl- in our last issue. With mod- ting from Key West Fla. the '
very gives pointsof Thus, within a fe\v miles of the very spot congregation took its departure.
: scorn. erate outlay on the inland an interesting interview with Jay Gouldon where now towers this imposing Cathedral,
l' We hope the TimesUnion will reconsider passage a number of Southern topics. Says the in view of the white, sandy beach of our THE TAIIIFF CAUCUS AND ITS
one of these vessels might be correspondent : *
every MEANING.
r lovely bay, over one hundred and eighty
its for
views to the least
say ; now at sea. The loss by detentions, Mr. Gould is certainly one of the most years ago-more than eighteen years before Thedecision of the Democratic caucus on
in order to fill its proposedjudicial rernarkabie men whom I have ever met. He Bienville sought on the narrow margin of Tuesdayby) a vote of 114 to 57, to l'nss" a bill
freights, etc, is estimated at $500,000 says that the Southern States have been the Mississippi the cypress shaded spot for the reduction of duties and war tariff
; t[I IIr functions it will have to enter upon a One half of this sum would made by New England. While the politi- where now stands the Archepiscopal throneto taxes, but allowing each member to vote

; long course of training in legal science per year. cians have been berating that section her which your own See is a. suffragent, the upon it according to his individual jud;
open the passage from the St. John'sto people have continued at work, until now rude log cabin Where the pioneers of Catho- went except to the extent that he feeb

1 unless it claims to be enlightened by the St. which could the business world is awakening to the fact lic civilization met for Divine worship, has that he (ought to be influenced by the
inspired instructor. Mary's profita- that the progress of the South is enchaining been solemnly planted in the solitude of expressed opinion of the majority of his as-

an bly be made use of while awaiting the the attention of capitalists everywhere. The our magnolia grove there, under the bless- sociates, is received by the Eastern pres?.
': mountain section south of Blue Ridge, from ings of God and the grace of the Holy See, with warm approval, ridicule or sarcastic
IT IS NOT CONSTITUTIONAL. result of the jetty system at the mouthof North Carolina across to the Mississippi, is to bloom and ripen into the noble temple comment, according to the bias of the

That .question is whether an appropriation the river. If the jetty system should bound to become the greatest maunfacturing now consecrated to the glory of the Immac- writer.
I for such a as the New Orleans country in the world, and Atlanta and ulate Conception. The New York Herald pronounce it" in
\ purpose fail the only other resort will be the Birmingham will be cities with populationsof The names attached to that invaluable accordance with the original lines laid down
Exposition is outside the provision of half a million each. The outlook for cot- document
derive additional
.' importance as by Mr. Carlisle and Mr. )Morrison and
.. the Constitution, and consequently beyond opening of the inland passage. Why ton manufactures freighted as it is with connected with the early history of our adds: As 171 out of the 191 Democratic

the I power of the State Legislature. We hold would it not be the part of true wis- wealth, will be eclipsed by iron interests State and city. Breville was the first repre- members of the House wore present, there i>
which are truly marvelous. The two brightest sentative of the French King Louis XIV
a that measure
prospect !some
that it is not and have called attention
; dom to push operations on that now public men in the South, who appreciatethe in that part of Louisana which IbervUle had like that of Mr. Morrison's will be passed."
t the fact that it is under a general clause pre- in of the recommendationsof full possibilities of the future are Sena- been the first to enter since the stout Tuska- The New York Times, making the wish

cicely similar in purport to that in our own pursuance tor Brown, of Georgia, and Senator Jones, loosa and his black warriors had so desperately father to the thought, considers that by ef-
Constitution that the Congress of the United the Secretary of War. of Florida. Southern lands:: both for agricultural disputed the advance of De Soto's fecting"a compromise with the high-tariff
r, and timber purposes, he considersone bold followers ; Major Boisbriant who sub- men the reformers have thrown away the
States makes its multitudinous appropria- of the safest investments possible. sequently became Governor of the the
informed colony, only issue: on which they could go to
for conceivable Times- We are that Dr. Wellford one of Within five Florida will the "
lions every purpose years supply was the adventuresome leader of the daring country. '
Un the noble-hearted physicians who sacrificed fruit market for tropical products. Pensa- little bands which in their open batteaux, The Tribune, seeing with grief that the

aion.We afraid that it is timeiT their live's in the epidemic of 1877 cola, he says will obtain rank as a seaport first ascended the limpid waters of the caucus did not break up in a row between
are some next after Sew Orleans. Mr. Gould Alabama and her
: I was a member and elder in the Presbyterian expressed rich tributaries. Commissary tariff and anti.tariii'extremists., characteris
: since our esteemed contemporary, they his determination of spending his future De ]la Salle, first recognized and tically says : ''So far as bringing about har-
Church. I
J ., winters in Florida. predicted the future commercial importance mony of action is concerned!,the caucus was

!1':. : ;, : .,: .' ', ,.,< :, ; : ,i :" '_.- '. :>; ;;L,_:, '- '

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without effect. While the Morrison men FINE -.4'
lire claiming a victory,the Democratic} protectionists GOOD NEWS for NORTH-BOUND'
are as stron determined: as ever TRAVELERS! -
to World defeat holds the measure.tliaftheaction of theDemiSic \iILLINE"\ iyo"o"jT & ._ :a:; y-bD

fricndsof congressional: the party caucus and has disappointedits gratified ,*..................................'.............................. New Montgomery RouteVIA i -
pncmie" Speaker recognizes the -
that while the Democratic party is -\ GEORGIA '
reform to strict
le3gcdto economy
p honesty in public expenditures and tolhe KING'SBAZARHATS
and l
relief of the people at the earliest practicable A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE N E W r"l
moment from the burden of unneces- : BETWEEN
'taxation,neither the et.nils'of! tariff reI I
instruction nor the question of the expedi. BONNETS, RIBBONS, 'j FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH.
Scv of waking a futile attempt to change -- SPRING AND SUMMER
the'uriffat the present .time can be fairly The Steamer St. Nicholas
SUdered a party test.' FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS.A '

that TIle a victory Philadelphia has been press gained naturally for protection.assumes Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mall Fichus, $GOODSNE'V

The rer affirms that"the democratic r
party Iihas lost its chief weapon of partisan CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS,
discipline and unity of action" The Times ,
predicts failure. The Press says : "The vote Linen Collars and Kid Gloves : : --= AND LATEST STYLES IN
;uainst, the Morrison bill settles its defeat."
The: Ninth American finds the net result of LEAVES FERNANDINA EVERY MON-
the caucus "l dicrous. The Washington All of the Latest Styles. arrival and Friday! mornings, DRESS GOODS and SILKS
decides on of trains from JACKSONVILLE,
rrPublicanthinksthatit nothing
CEDAR TTV.V'nnrl WTTTUVOfm .... ,
of QSn.
The chorus of disapprobation is interrup- CORSETS, arriving at v
Montgomery at 6.30 con-
ted by the. Washington'. .-.. ... Post.. with necting there with the City&Suburban p. m.;Rail- NUN'S VEILINGS, BUNTINGS,
the rea'-surrins r.\ Let mu Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear. way for SAVANNAH, arriving at 7.10.
becm. The action of the caucus gives thC Leave SAVANNAH
every Tuesday,Thursday Cambrics
Democracy an issue in the presidential cam- and Saturday mornings,arriving Fer-- Percales, Prints, White Goods:
It redeems Democratic promises totbeDpeople. nandina atG.OO .
paign. p.m.; Ctnncctin'with trains .
." + + for Jacksonville, Cedar'Key and 'Wildwood. .
It is to be observed, however, that the 1s MME GAMES.: 'I -- Laces and Embroideries .
opinions of the Eastern press in regard to the The Steamer David: Clark Hamburg Edgings and Ins ertmgs-A .
lueanin"of the resolutions adopted by the 4f I I II I I I I I I I t tf I I I I I I I I I I I t-f- Will leave Fernandina FULL LINE of the newest patterns.
every Tuesday and
colored largely by high'taritfprepossessions
caucus may be of interest without Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom
It is in the Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, Darien arriving at Savannah the following prices.
being important. West the Our Spring
Clothing Men and
morning. Youths
Northwest and the Southwest that the low- has arrived, and for style
is Leave Savannah every:Monday and Thurs and quality cannot be
tariffdoctrine principally held and from MARBLES KITES, ETC. day surpassed.
which the majority in Congress in favor of evening. arriving at Fernandina the following Gents'
revenue reform receives its inspiration and -ALSO- day.Through j, Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.
support. The press of those sections is yetto Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons. f iol till in. noston.. and sold, Hnltimnl'f3 to_.New._ York.. Phila- .us-'Ve are Special Agents for BROWNTNI'.. .'Il'nTl. !. I'I P n .
be heard frorn.-Baltimore Sun --- --- --- u --- ---- "'''''''-1, &.A.4.'U'XI vu., 01 l'4eW
For tickets and state-rooms apply to York, leading Clothiers.
-- --- ,. W. B. TUCKER Agent. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.

KING'S BAZAR, 'Office foot of Centre Street, .usCall and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchas-
Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.O. J. ,A. MERCIER ing elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer. I
General Passenger Agent.

J. N. HARRIMAN OFFICES Manager.: r. de mr.: :JI: :), ,I

S. OAKES, Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.,Jacksonville Fla. f ., Northeast corner Centre and Third ,
Bull and Congress Streets..Savannah Ga ;
y lwtfcyrROYAI. x NEW YORK OFFICE 83 .
.eoWOIhLU St.

*- (Successor to W. A. SANno"n'N) .
Retail Dealer in
0 4tt z i .

Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near


Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas sxm.-, ,, Cit6 ;.:;" ., .
C. ];; ...., ,._C_ rj,3f. .
Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in -= : .r.- -ii4- .At
-- ;;
;;E;;: ='''' _
STAIR and CHURCH WORE a SPECIALTY. large quantities. : !: "" fi -" :!, .:;:, ;
-- -
Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- -
Elevations and Floor Plans, with estimates best in the world. s : ; -f& ---a

furnished at reasonable rates. Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED : .
J 2-Orders hy mail promptly attended to. PLOWS. :
Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON
Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 VILLE. 33

--- rTagr "

Absolutely Pure. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ?= i1'ess- ..$,'d.,

HMHS POWDER never varies. A marvel
1. of purity,strength and wholesomeness.} -
More economical than the ordinary kinds -THE FINE STEAMSHIPfc
and cannot he sold in
competition with the
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1,080 T<)NS.
I'ho,ihate) powders. Sold only in cans. M CI> ffi BRC:1: S STATE OF TL lAS, 1\.12\: TOMB.

:;i" lOG Wall Street New York. VESTERN TLTAS, 1,210 TOIVS.ONLY .


f -----" Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA
Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
RETAIL'IoJ I Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. :

chases, enables us, to offer our entire stock at such low This Line, having no Transfers between Fernamliim) and New
10 FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others. OF

v I FIGURES THAT WILL The traveling puhlic are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points
on the ST.
h; We have endeavored JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA
to select TRANSIT
DEALER IN- Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be

M a! For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to
g Family Supplies, c.5 and all we ask is to give us a. call and price for yourselves, and see the R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,

r GROCERIES, PP Pier 20 East River.New York.


rh : 'SHIP STORES o= to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of a H. E. DOTTERER :

00 '
! i ..,.- +-

('ro'r,., Paints, v -IN- I{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }

-t1 -
fT .
-- Hardware, I 'r A. Cy GOODS I'

r., WillowWare.W3I. S


'c y i I Iw 1.r I-. Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths.WE .I ONLYPURE SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS



100 :lXECmS: : 1\I.A. -f +
.mrTJi: S. -

"iq n. ;: \ sure cure for Rhcuman. ,
''rc', \ !uralgia' ,, Deafness, Malarial Fever, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PUOCUBED.NE'V .
( Chills
f:1J'r.:: lIiphthcria and Fever Catarrh,
1U:! III lit It'. etc. Price, two dollars '
f!'", klvnv. For. v MlcatlM Duffield street : .. : MODE BRO'S GOODS Received by Every Steamer...
't 1011\' '. Vand at Ir .
.t ,
rsey Go's ,
drug .
A'i'lress Pox : ;"I-: 'p :fISlr' \;: ;, "' -- .
no, \ ,: ',' f -
Fernandina Fla. > ; -
; '
>:1 FERXAXDIJVA ORID.t\. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. J.'ERXAXDIXJ\ .
: ':', ;. ,, ..::'.,:, :!.,. J FtA.THE .


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4: _. THE TOGKIDA: lRROR: APRIL .5., 1884. .

!:r .. ':;:'- -
>H .
A -'
.7 ,. ""."1, ER' tL- DIRECTORY.' BAKER COUNTY.County !I Sheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. RAILROAJ& FLORAL CITY ROUTE.
,iT 't. : ... D. Davis Sanderson. l' Assesstor of CU'u-Hcl1J' W. Long.
r 'Jt 1 C' United States 'oillc s. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson Collecor of Re'"C'1me'Vo F. Trantham ISLE CARD DIVISION.

: .I : Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson.. Ocala. T OF THE ,. (JACKSONVILLE. TO CIIATTAHOOCHES RIVER.)
& 'GAINESVILLE. Sclutols M. L. Paine
: LAND OFFICE, J.V., CobhSan- Superintendent of ,
Taxes A.
Assessor of -
<' Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson McCoy. FLORIDA 3. XAccum. I.
Receiver John F. Rollins Gainesville. R. Herndon Sand MONROE COUNTY. .
': { Collector of Revenue-J. Iail.
;a. SurveyorGeneralIalacll1 Martin, Talla- rson. County Judge Chas. S.,Baron, Key West. / & Effect January 14th, 1884. Leave Jacksonville....... 7.00 p in s.00 am

,:, hassee. Superintendent of Sdiools-Jas,.D Chalker, Clerk-Peter T.'Knight Key West. Arrive Baldwin 8.10pm 3.39 a
DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Leave Baldwin........... 9.00 p m .._.. nl
,, Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr., FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) Arrive Lake
Thomas Settle Jacksonville. I BRADFORD COUNTY.County :. Assessor of ( City..11.50 pn, 10.3. a n'

.,1...? Jud JIa,1wl-J.g H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) "" Live Oak............ 1.40am 11.38am
e. k Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.INTERNAL Clerk-Henry F. York Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue. -Mason S. Moreno, Madison 4.00am 1.
I: Key West. GOING Monticello........ 5.30am 'PIn
W. Tumbliri Starke. SOUTH.Day 1
Sher ff-'V. ,, Pas. M Pas. rat pnl
..! ..:" REVENUE. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key P.M. Tallahassee.... 8.00am 3.a0 pm
Collector-Dennis.Eagan, Jacksonville. West. A.M. Leave Tallahassee........
: \:: .; Butler. Leave Fernandina................. 7.15 6.40 8.40am _..........
.......... ..
COUNTY. 10.20
NASSAU ArriveQuincy
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, : a m 5.05:
,. ; Collector of Leave Harts Road Junction... 7.45 7.25 .. nn
: -:hw.' John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan Arrive Callahan..................... 8.38 8.25 Chatta. River.1...15 a in G.15; 1 p n,

Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of.Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina. Leave Callahan..................... 8.50 IUO EASTWARD.No.

l. John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Dutton................. ..... 9.17 9.45 4. No. o,
.... ': BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina.. Leave Brandy Branch............. 9.32: 10.02 Accom.Leave Man"11.53am

... A. McCrory City Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer Arrive Baldwin.................... 9.50 10.25 Chatt'chee River 2.00 pinArriveQuincy 10. O a m

<:.' State Officers. County Judge-James' nandina. Leave Baldwin...................... 9.55; 11.00 .............3.45pm

-.r Point.Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott.' Fer- Leave Maxville....................10.22 11.24 Tallahassee-. 5.19pm L'.5', p m

I ,,1:. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Governor John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. Leave Highland...................10.40 11.48 Leave Tallahassee....... 5.45 pm......"._.
., Win. D, Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff Taxes'Valla, R. Moses Geor- Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-: A.M. Arrive Monticello........ 4.50pm 1.55 pm

.r" : Lieutenant-Gooernor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor of bothum, Callahan. Leave Lawtey.........................10.55 12.07 Madison 9.45pm 3.- ) nm

!. : ,: Key 'Vest. gianna. Revenue-A. D..-Johnston, Orlando ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Temple's................... .11.10 12.29 u Live Oak..11.50 pm 5.2): p| m.
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal-' Collector of "' fc County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orlaml.; Leave Starke..............:........11.30 12.39 Lake City........... 2.15am G.2t:(j pn,

",, 1 lahassee. ,Orange county.Schools-M. E. English, Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. Leave Thurston.............. .. ...11.48: 12.57P. Baldwin........... 5.20am :s.2! :', pm
." Comptroller-\V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Sheriff Thomas J. Shine Fort Reid. M. I Leave Baldwin........... 6.00am ............

;:..# Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. CLAY COUNT:. Assessor ,of Taxes-James: M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo......................12.08: 1.25 Arrive Jacksonville...... 7.30am D.lX> pm\

'. Attomey-General-George 1'. Raney, Tallaliassee. Reid Fla Leave Waldo........................12.20 1.40 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daih.

' County Judgc-J. T. Copeland, Orange Collector of-Revenue-A. M. Hyer. Sanford. Leave Gainesville................. 1.05 2.3G except Sunday..

.: : ? Commissioner of,Lands-P. W. White. Park. Sanford. ... l Leave Arredondo................... 1.23 3.00 A special train will leave Jacksonville at
I :' .: Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston. Green Cove Spring. Superintendent''of' Schools-John T.Leeks, Leave Palmer......... ..............: 1.35 3.15 8.45 every morning, to make close conn.'_

:. '"1. u/ Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James. W. DeWitt., Green Cove Fort Reid. Leave Archer....................... 151 3.35 tion with the Day Passenger Train on the;

,,1! ". Foster Tallahassee. Springs. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave: Bronson.....................:. 2.20 4.10. Transit & Peninsular Division arriving at
:, 1 f.:, : Ad jtant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. Browning. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.57 4.58 Baldwin at 9.45 a.m. Returning/ leave Rita-
1 Chalker. Judge B. Harrison Palatka. .
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.Commissioner Collector of Revenue-A. S of Prolate- Leave Rosewood ...................3.30 5.44 win at 1.25 p.m., arriving at Jacksonville u
W. Davis W. Forward Palatka.
Clerk F.
f: 't A. A. Robinson, Tallahassee Superintendent of -Schools-It. Arrive Cedar Key................... 4.00 6.20 2.00 p.m.
Sheriff Shally.
i I Iiddlcbur
f : Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville
see COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. GOING.NOKTH. Pensacola
to and Pullman
1 Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Collector of RCL.'enue-Joseph Price. Day Pirn. Xt R is. daily ; Hlei-wr-.
W. M. Ives Jr. Lake City.
Astor County Judge- Jacksonville to Orleans daily.
I Columbus
',:y : '' Special Agent- Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public' Schools- J. W. A.J. P.M. ?- Take the FLORAL CITY
..1. Building, Jacksonville. W. Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key................... 7.00 7.50 : ROUTE:
1 Sheriff-J. Perry, the NEW SHORT LINE via the Fb ;
SUPREME COURT. Assessor'of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR C'JUNTY. Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 8.35 Central and Western Division
I a .................'S 03: 9.15 .
Justice,-E. 1 i. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek >
:" Chief Justice--J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahassec. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheri Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 10.05 ST. 'MARK'S BRANCH.i
Associate Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry. Leave Archer ........................ 9.07 10.42
:, JusticeR.. B.. Van ,Valkenburgh, Lake City. DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner Leave Palmer....................... 9.23 11.02 (TALIAIIASSEE: TO ST. MARK': )
I '.' Associate Perry. Leave Arredondo..:................ 938 11.19 Leave Tallahassee.:. 8.00am
Jacksonville. County Judge William A. McLean. Jack- County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave: Gainesville........,........:10.00 11.45 Arrive Wakulla. 9.05am

;t ,,''r.;. Clerk-C. H. Foster,"Tallahassee.. ., sonville. County Sztrleyor-D. N. Cox,.Perry. Arrive Waldo......... ............10.42 12.40' Arrive St. Mark's... 9.30am

\ ; CIRCUIT"JUDGES.. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksomille.SheriffUriah Collector of Rez'enuc-J. B. Hardee, Perry. A. M. Leave St. :Mark's........................10.00 a. m

;. ..:"' First 'ircuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Bowden, Jacksonville. Assessor of Ta.1'es---H. L. Henderson.ST. Leave: AValdo...........:'.:::........10.52 2.00 Arrive Wakulla..._........................10.::!s; a m
: '. sacola Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- : Leave Thurston...................11.13 2.30 Arrive Tallahassee,........................Il.. ) a III

I .f'" Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas sonville. : '. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Starke........................11.48 2.47
,. ,1.. see. Collector of RC'l.'enueIoscs J. Brown, County Judge ,.).I. R. Cooper, St. Augus Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55p. CONNECTIONS.At .
t : Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. tine. M.
Third Jacksonville with
Line for
t : Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert- J. Rus- Clerk-BartoloF. Oliveros, St. Augustine.SheriffRanfdn Leave Lawtey........................12.17 3.20 all points North and East\Vaycross; with the Fernan

J, ville. sell Jacksonville. Hernandez, St. Augustine Leave Highland....................12.33 3.40 diva & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernau-
; i.; Fifth Circuit-Thomas 1>. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. Leave :Maxville.....................12.53 4.05 dina ; and with Steamers: for all points on

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

Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford' Sheriff-Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.45 5.45 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, }'er-

: Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Leave Dutton........................ :?.OO 6.05 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.

',,! Collector of Rc't'elttU-'V. II. H. McLeod. St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan..................... 2.28 0.50 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida

t (; .:' Court Calendar. Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 2.35 7.35 &: Western Railroad.At .

't, FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools- J.V.. Reed, County Judge-J. It. Steele, Leesbnrg: Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 8.50 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

:{;r..) Fall Term- : Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................ 3.50 9.25 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat

't :;f Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. .1Jii.r Day Passenger daily except Sunday; urdays.At .

4 Walton, 4th Monday in October. County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Chattahpochee River, with the Pensa
..::1.; Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday 1 ville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, cola &; Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen

... in October.Washington. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery New Orleans
'.,:;,... 2d Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent/ of Schools-A. H. Helven- DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,

in October. Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
.I' y\, Jackson, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday in SUWANEE COUNTY. GOING SOUTH. Columbus and Eufaula.

i-: October. ville.Collector of Re'lenue-F.l\I.Hedich, Brooks- Day Pas. JVZ Pa-s. The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
,! Escambia, 1st Monday in December. ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live P.M. A.M. all points West.Through .

'.$ f This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, Oak.ClerkRobertA. Leave Waldo.......................12.25 1.40 Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths

Ei f;i : 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Dade. Reid, Live Live Oak.Oak. Leave Dixie.........................12.47 2.10 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office.
John R. Sessions
i4 Spring Term. Sheriff Leave Hawthorne...........; ..... 1.03 2.33 and at new office southwest corner of Bay
: IIILLSBOROUGH Taxes-G. W. Olmstead.
I. THIRD CIRCUIT. Assessor of Leave Lochloosa................... 1.20 2,57 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
:1 1' Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Orange Lake............... 1.45 3.28 A. o. MACDONELL,

:' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Welborn. : Leave Sparr's........................ 2.00 3.47 Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent,
:"f" Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones Fernandina, Fla.
April. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03
'l" ;'; Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Live Oak. Leave Silver Spring.............. 2.48 C. W. MAXWELL,

q { Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.JudgeJames Leave Ocala........................... 3.05 4.45 Master of Transportation

.t 'I Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. H. Chandler, Enter- Arrive Oxford........................ 4.00 6.00 Baldwin, Fla.
;l:);, in April. of Schools-W.P. Henderson prise.ClerkJohn. Arrive Wildwood.................. 4.12 6.15 W. G. COLEMAN,

; Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. W. Dickins, Enterprise. Arrive Leesburg.................... 4.45 6.30 General Traveling Agent.Jacksonville .
,"n in JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. Fla.

: ,. LJ.foy.tteo: 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen GOING NORTH. A.M. P. M. D. E. MAXWELL,
I m April.Taylor. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello.Cleric Cove. Leave Leesburg..................... 6.25 6.15 General Superintendent.
\1: :; Fall Term- after 1st Monday in -W. C. Bird, Monticello.Superintendent Collector of Rct'enuc-P. N. Bryan, Glen Leave Wildwood...... .............. 6.55 7.00 }Fernandina Fla.
1st Tuesday Schools-W. R. Taylor Cove. --
,i"f : of Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.4U
Schools-L. D. Huston
,** October. October. Monticello. Superintendent of Leave Ocala......................... 8.05 8.42
t- j',. Madison, 2d Monday Monday in in October. County Treasurer-W. Ma Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise. Leave Silver Spring.......?....... 8.22

: Hamilton, 4th 4th ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40
; *: Suwannee, 1st Monday after Monday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.28

j'iin. in October. after 4th Monday in ticello. Sheriff Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. Leave Sparr's......................... 9.00 9.45
:, ;1 -t Columbia, 3d Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Orange Lake................. 9.15 10.08 .: i 5"THE NEW STORE.-35

"r October. after 4th Monday keenah. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45
t.i- 6th Tuesday
'J: Lafayette, LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.55 1L15 W. F. WOOD Jr. \ S
: Itft t in October. CIRCUIT County Judge-'V. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- Leave Dixie...........................10.12 11.35A. :s ,
FOURTH Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. l\l.

j;i Spring St. John's Term-2d Tuesday in. March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector of Rel.'enue-R. C. McMillan,Craw- I Arrive Waldo... .... ..........10.36 12.15 C> -j Proprietor, } E
Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. ford ville.
'f: ;, Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Assessor of Taxes-II. H. Walker, Craw- rDay Passenger daily except Sunday;
., t H), 1st Tuesday in April.Baker Night Passenger daily.F. .
# 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. C> Cr >
'.l I _:,'- Nassau, Tuesday in April. Troy. Adelbert S.
Collector of Revenue- Ackley, & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. -
in May.f4' Cards II:
Duval, 1st Tuesday Old Town. Professional and Business '
I '. i-j Fall Term.- Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.)

;: '.'f'.f. St. John's, 4th Tuesday 2d Tuesday in September.Clay New Troy. LEON COUNTY. E. LEROY JONES, M.D., Leave Fernandina GOING.......SOUTH................. 0.00 p. m.. s S i

(, : "' Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. Leave Hart's Road..................... G.29 p. m. : ANDS
+)t" Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Arrive Jacksonville..................... 7.20 p.m.
r Nassau 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. SJI
f in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, GOING NORTH.
tif ; Duval, 1st Tuesday Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Leave Jacksonville..................... !9.00a.m.

i r FIFTH CIRCUIT. Tallahassee. FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Hart's Road.................... 9.51a.m. -: :a

'. <, !' Spring Term- Treasurer-J. L. Deinillv Tallahas Arrive Pemandina..10.20 a. nt.

.. I" ';:,' Sumter, 3d Monday in in March.March. Collector of RC'l.'entle-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Calls answered promptly day or night,and Trains daily. C> 0C >
j" .;',',rYJ; ;: : Marion, 4th Monday hassee. Medicine furnished' without extra. charge.

C t:.,,, ;.51. r' Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor f Taxes-G. A. Croome\ Tallahassee. Office hoursa.. m. until S ; p. m. 1 to 2 CONNECTIONS.AT .

r '. ..':f\:. ,," -I" :" ",<'. '"', .' March, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in and 7 to S. 22 ly* > -{ Fernandina, j- lWJB
; Levy, .
: : :: LEVY COTJX'fY.CkrkJ.
)[arch. : -. FERNVNDINA, FLA.,
f '; 'i. Mondayafter4tlilloP nda 3[. Barco, Bronson. DR. W. E. SXYDER.W. '
4th ) in Cor. Centre & Third. S
Alachua: With New York and Fernandina Steamship {
.i Sheriff J. S. Parker Bronson. \
: -i-
L x ,': March. 4 Line from New York on Tuesday, and
..t.. "." '; .', Assessor of Tajccs-Louis Appell, Bronson.Collector .
I '".t".r.s";'''";'.'.. -,.";.' ..., Fail-Term--1" Monday: .in October. of Rcrenue-r). B. Barco Cedar ill z_ for New York on Thursday. SB-THE SEW STOKEZQOKS1JAN& ,'"'
t > : H\\ 0 With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah
:;. .Marion, 3d Monday in October.' Key. :::: and Brunswick daily Sunday. ,,
t" except
I.. Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools' -J. B. Menden- [:I ,..... Io!!'" :
i 4. in November. hall, Bronson. ) .;,, 04 AT CALLAIIVN. i iTo ,
'. Levy. 4th Tuesday -
r ; :' Alachua, L.November. .t Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. H = and from Savannah and Charleston*; : .
; : ; '
l' .w = a'll' and West ,. ,:; ::: L.
l' '' i (Jowly Judyc-R. M. Withertpoon, MadiSheriff -. and points daily. : r ., i -

.. ; SEVENTH OIttCFiIT.j ,on. ? .BALDWIN, FLA., ", } -

1 .; Spring Term- S. A. Parrim 'T<". Madison. ',' ,-To' and from : Jacksonville, Tallahassee. '.; STATIONERY.HORACE .
Orange, 4th Monday in/ JanjugtR, ; t : f Qtcrk:-John M. Begrgs, Madison. ,.'" :: -' T ill' South West and Northwestdaily. ,
1'; ranrl
.c.- ; points:: '"
>. ," .. .. Yqtasia. 3d M.tjftay 'its'F: wnnrf..'| ...,. ;; ;. SHfWiittcnfteHt-Gf Sfltooh-Samuel.J:c I'eatry. ,.. .%Y. 1C.:,BACBLXICUIT.B .: "I ::::.'':''_,,.,,. ------::=:=:::-.-.
'tfrevard. l tltfondAyin Madison. > AGE T.UThtit '",. !> ;EV;}'.
it : ._ ,, "..',, Alt HAWTHORNE, ..
; Dade, 3d Monday in April*," -1. f .> County Treasurer S. S. Smith,Madison.: .'. "":> :,!!"> ,,'l '1n1V suo...;I A]-J) ti" '!fr..''.;. Palm I
: ? '. "* f.iiyeaikee ; ,ft.J.!,I rom; ka daily except Sunday: "
a& r
R.'rrenue-Ii. Wnrdsentl : '
: Collector of i x isTq1)EiLf: : "> : T>!kscHer.. Stationer.
; R. O rang,", _'.1! Monday}in ./tisirttiSt. .t Mauison.Jifse&rar.' C : ; .. AT Y.'ILDWOOD,. .
Mik v \f.t:(,2ft ?,\\,titd1)" 1'A t-einberi 'r .., .' of TV'eJ-W. P. Thomson. Maftison. I- AD' ;:' > \ : : ': With ijia. -e I.ljJ'' and from Brooksville -*- Printer. zC
..rorMmdav.i\ ..ptembCJ' ; ; in Ice ,, ,: ,, :,
ard. : ; --; .: : mad TampH,daily(except Sunday. >,"'"

Dade, 2d ,Monday* .in' .\wemlxr.* ,'" '; .:. '" ".' .:,') HAXATEE WCSTT.' TENSESS EJt-B'BEF: A SP&CI&J/PY:t ; \'t c. B KEY, FLA., r 'r '
,: S 1 ooi :k.1m bgJ :; .
---- SlBEET Wa&RF: .;; : : .: :With Line for :iB
Steamship1 Key .
JJ & Morgan's
O4 "
County Officers.AJJVOUPA. ", .', : '. Chantt yJu.dgt1h T. Crawford,.M&uaiee.Qerk : ,' ,:;"',::-' ',,,,,,,t,' .'u ..".._, ', .', ..,. -;..t tFSSS&SHHSl "" '. West. and'Havntiu, :Saturday t..far 1few.Orlea'ns > ','. '- ; :, -
.' ,, '. ..... ,. : .r"f. ;:: every
:/ --KobertS. Griffith Manatee, '1 "" .>;;; '" ,:.;; -: .':; J.: : A.J f .u from West and NOW A SPECIALITY
"J ... Fi-iday Key
_, ... : tvery ; .
", Sheriff: A. \Vatson, Piin&LeveL'aue&tpr ,
't'rFrhlL from New -
.lhiJ'(1nerrGafues': Havana ('\ : Orleans '
: Y
1 Jf441HUniusC.. Taxes W. P.: Braden- : ;
+ } of Parish ASHES. aicGIFFIX, '
,. : C, ', every
: i :
town. ; :
-4,' '' 1 iL: Carlisle Gainesville. < : B UILER.Alachua Tampa Steamship C-ompnriv'sSteam- ;J91f" Liberal discounts .to Teat; ,
J. A. Collector Tcoe -Marion G. Carlton
r jf
ers for and from Key West Monday and ,
t Tucker Arr Iondo. i I""
SlcN'il'-S. and (Catalon
'. Popash. Trade. Special prices
: for and Manatee Monclav ,
'., of Taxes--S. H. Wienges Gaines- Felix J. Seward Thursday; Tampa -
,:' J{ r Superintendent of Schools- Street between Second and;.Third: and Fridav. I
application. ,
e -, vlll"Gainesville.. Pine Level. j" :
.:."., '. QKbctor tf R II.C. Denton, Gaines-' ,' ; t. "C -. .. FERNANDINA, FLA. :, Foinformition respecting routes, rates, ', STREET
; M.RIO'x'COUSTY.. "I'Ordeti =59 W.BAY
etc. to General Ticket Office Fernan- .
,' ., .' v1)!e. and estimates from a"distance apply ) .,.... I, I ,
t'' .' \ .; : X. Sheats County Judge Samuel F.Marshall, Ocala. dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack. .. : : ,. \
'j' ,: upetintertdeatt of StJE-W .. ,, .'. .C, (}. ..:J'-\CKSOSVILLt
> 25-tf "
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c .t-">; > ., : ; .' ">h3, ,n ?, ""' ..'\,- :} AJ Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. .', -' fully,attended. t r




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'. 0" ." .. .' ... THE FLORIDA .:MIRROR : APRIL 518&x.: : : >
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2 NO '1-.r'o ., :unk. o'fn............::........ W i of lot'8, block 52, Fernandina .....:. 7 87 .
E. :" <' ..................... Lot 11. block 8, Old Town..... .............?.. I 1 69 DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.
.h. ..................... Lots 13 and 14, block 10, Old Town......... 1 69
f. ,.........:.......... Lots 13 and 14, block 10(for'82), Old Town 1 69 .EST.
that the described lands will .II. ....:.................Lots, block 11, Old. Town ...................;. 1 55 .A.DLISI-IED:: 18T5.
be sold
Notice is hereby given .1' of following nt public auction ..................... Lot 8, block 12, ..................... 3 02 --
3loulay', the Nassau y Apnt,1884. ill front of the Court Hale at Fernandina, { ...................... Lot 5,,block 13.It, ..................... 1,55
F1a' in the County of or so much thereof us will be necessary to pay* the amounts ....................Lot. 12 block 14, ..................... 1 55 DRUGS and "MEDICINESHORSEY
due for taxes for the year 1883. herein set opposite to the same. together with cost of sale ., ................:.... Lot 5:.................................................... 12 2 X 27 E 54 1 99
and advertising: u ...................... SiofSEi............................................ 20 3N2N 24 E 40 1 87
f'Ij:02 :: ac > ........: ........... Lot.....................................................14 2SE 157 3 40
_m' .... y.! nOWNER. :: 0 ........;............ N i of N W #. S E i of N W i, S E i ofN & CO.,
D ESCRIPTION. .0.. ."d-- -Z< .C 7 !r'>2 y ..................... E i.S W i of S E i................................. 22 2N 24 E 200 4 19
.z : : ;: -i. I. .....................N-SE *i ."....................*...................... 14 2N2N 24 E 480 8 31
......... ............S of
- i N W i. N i of S W :i, lots 3 and 4 .. 16 25: E25E 200 419
-Ullrney, \\"m-.......... N E 1 ofNE }..................................:.... 3 2 N 25 E 401 S 0 OHllforJ .o ....................Lots 3 and 6.......................................... 17 4N 125 3 79 =| PHARMACISTSCentre 1=
J. Ih .............. N E corner of the F P Sanchez grant ...... 2.3N 25 E 50 5 61r.urIH
> Jas. 0............. In centr of the F P Starling gral t ........ 5 2 N 25 E 40 7 IS WARREN F. SCOTT, Collector Revenue, Nassau County.
:Braddock) A. J.............. As described in a deed on record in: book Fernandina, Fla., :March 14,1884.JR. -
R." rages 303 and 304 Con uty records. 42 2 N 2.3 E 40 5 24 -- ,
Barnhill. )[rs. N'............ Lot 12 of John Lowe grant.................... 48 ::1 N 28E G1 4 10 --
(:rane, Wm ..-'. ......... N 'V 1 ofS W f......... ............;..:..... ... 22 2 N 24 E 40 7 45Capo CLARK JOHNSON'S FLORIDA.
)Jiss-..... ......... Lots 3, 4 and G. block _q., Old Fernandma 3 31coun'ts ) .
1 J. C...... ............ NE 1 ofN E }....................................... 7 2 S 23 E 40 7 IS constantly on hand fine assort-
Crews )Irs. M.C._......- As decribed in n deed on record in book KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- .
"L" pages 451 and 452 County records. 43 2 N 27 SO 8 46 INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP EIGN and DOMESTIC
Dozier R. M- ..... ......- As described in n deed on record in book EI
UR" page _C-f 1"*. County records............ I 100 .C.3 40 '
Eubanks, Eliza............. Lots 5 and 12. N of N 'V 1. N W'1 oNE:1. I Cures all diseases Drugs and Chemicals
: .................. ..............................21 4N24E 172 4 10'rrickson of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, .
I Martin .....- S 'V 1 ofS" }............................ .........22 2 N 24E 40 1 00 Kidneys, Skin and Blood. UNIONS testify to its Homoeopathic and Patent
Fisher II nry......... .?... N of S E 1 of S 'V of S 'V !.............,. 34 4 N 24E 9! 4 06 Medicines
'aulk, Janc.............._. "r E ofS 'V 1 ofSW 1 ofSW 1.............. 34 4 N 24 E '' 1 99 cfllcacy in healing the above named diseases, and
Frank, F..................... A.s described in a deed on record in book. 51' Lt i pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man Proprietary and<< Fancy Goods<< ,
"R;' pages 5-13 and 544. County records. 31 2 N 28 E 5 24

Freeman, David........... That part east of I.ofton Creek of............ 39 2 N 27E 1751 5 24 FINE TOILET ARTICLES
Ford, lfrs. Mary............ S E 1 ofS W }.......................................14 2 N 24E 40 2 72 GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade ,
S 'V 1 of S 'V 1....................................... 3 1 N 2.3 E 40SEofSE&.4 .

Gardner. E. ..\. Est. of. E i ofN E }.......................................... 9 1 N 25E 40 "
1 W4ofN 'V }........................................ lOIN 25E 40 AGENTS W'ANTEDLaboratory ci IN GREAT VARIETY.
Lot 4..................................................... 9 2 N 27 E 79 478rcen
( Philip J.............. In the SE corner........... ...... ............... 2 3 N 2G'E GO G 71 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.
Gary Chas........... ......... Lot 4 ........... ............... ........................ 7 4 N 25 E 51 4 51 ?*
r SEofNE 1....................................... 6 2N26E 40 CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881. J3 Physicians' Prescriptions
I NEofNW }.................... ................. 7 2N'26E 40 Dr. Clark Johnson:-:My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
Green, Peter.............. { The Griffith grant............... .................. 48 3 N s5 E 391 Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. reasonable
S i of..3 N 26 E 321 46 RUDIE CANTLER. prices.

l All of................................ .................. 31 3 N 26E GOO 21 20
( ES ofNW 1 SW }......................... 1 3N24E 579
F:4...... ..... ..........................................11 3N24E 316 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS PROCLAMATION.
I S E }..................................................... 2 3 N 24E 158 '
E ofNW 1 N W 1ofN E }...... ...... 23 3 N 24E SO PROCLAMATION.EXECUTIVE MAYORS OFFICE, }
NEofNE'NofNWS W 1, Wj FERNANDINA, FLA., March 21), 1884.NOTICE .

of S E }................. .......................... 12 3 N 24 E 398 IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
All of fractional........... ...... ................. 0 3 N 25E 551N OFFICE voters of the City of Fernan-
!.SWLWofSESEofSE L..17 3N25E GOO TALLUIASSEE, FLA., March 17, 1884. } dina that the annual election of officers for oca NDAU
Griffith,plidtlIeton R Xy 1 ofN E 1. 'V !. E ofS E 1, S 'V 1 said city will be held on Monday, the o GpttlSQAVIHGURE

Pratt. 1 ofSESEofNE }....................... 8 3N25E 320 Proclamation: by the Governor. seventh day of April 1884, at the following
All of..................... .....'........... 7 3N 25E 640E named places :
#.F } ofSWSWofNW 1"frFfi: $200.00. Precinct No. 1, at the)Iavor's. Office, Third MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY

I ofS W }.. ........... ..............................18 3 N 25E 518 Street ; THE
SofN1: 1, SE 1 ofNW 1. s 1...... ......23. 3N24E 440 Precinct No. 2. at C. J. Westburg's Store, I and discovered does not it is READ certain in itsettects

All of......................................... ........25. 3 N 241 G34l Old Town ; BELOW. PROOF
\l I of................ ........................ ......... ;0 .::1 N 25 J.: 1240 To All Whom These Presents May Come, Between the hours of S a. in. (standard
l All of(except N E 1 of.S E !).....................1 3 N 25E 100 00 Greeting: time) and sunset on said day.
lliginbotham, Mrs K... Lots 3 and 4.......................................... 20 4: N 2.3E 105 5 G8IinghesE WHEREAS, It has come to my knowledgethat And the following officers of the city will Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS .
... 4N'24E 4 Sam Bryant and Wm. Bryant under then and there be chosen by a vote of a
........... ..... .EofSWofSWofSWI..34 377lfgginbotham are
Arthur.. S WI nfS E I..7.. 2 S'23 E 40 7 15 indictment for murder, in Nassau County, majority of the votes given at said election N. Y., January 30,1882.

i Harrison Miss E...........'North ; of.................. .......................... = 2 X 28 E 200 S GO Florida ; viz.: Dr. B. J. Kendall d' Co.:
Hobbs, ,, J.................. As described in a deed on record ill bonk I Now. THEREFORE,.I, A Mayor, GENTS-Having used a good deal of your
.1 T." pages 331 and 332. County records..3 I WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, A Clerk, Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success I

Callahan, or part of............................. 2 NI2.3E G 71 Governor of the State of Florida by virtue An A Marshal Assessor thought I would let you know what it has
Ilarris Daniel.The: henry Young grant........................ 3 X 2GE 100'' 3 4G of the and authority vested in done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
Johnson, Daniel............IN ofN E &....................................... ...22 2 N 24J. 80 272 the Constitution power and laws of said State me by do A Treasurer, colt as was ever raised in Jefferson count .
Johnson Talbot W........'IN of S E !..................... ......................22 2 N 2t1 SO 2 72 hereby offer( a reward of A Collector, When I was breaking him he kicked over
Jallnson H. C..:..'......... Part of the Gibson grant................. ...... 46 2 N 25 E 40 '8 02Joneo1. And five ((5) Aldermen. the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
!. J. Hump............ In the S 'V 1 corner or the S \Y of N E:130: 2 N 2.3 E G 9 80 ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Given under my hand and the seal of the hin Jackson! July:........ ...... \V ofS E 1 ofS 'V 1 ofS 'V }................34 4 N 24E'' 5 3 77 for the arrest and conviction of Sam Bryant; city this 20th day of March,1884. farriers. but they all said he was spoiled.
Johnson Jullcl.: ........... Lot 2.)3 4 N23E 53 5 24 and I do further offer-a reward of I C. A. HALEY, :Mayor.R. He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
Lang: ;;. Irs. C_......... ...... E f of N 'V 1. S \V 1.............................. MIS 23 E 143 5 95SVVofNEI. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor F. SMITH City Marshal. [SEAL.] used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
.............. ........ .............. 9 3N23E 40: Attest. : 'V [. F. WOOD JR.City Clerk. Cure and it took the bunch entirely off and
All of....................................................10' 1 N 2:3 E 640i' the arrest and conviction of Wm. Bryant. I :3t he afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I han-
Lots 1,2 and 3...................................... 5 2N23E Ix TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have here- II I used it for bone spavins and wind-galls and
All of fractional...,..., ......................,..., 8 2 N 23E 11 unto set mv hand and caused the Great Notice it has always cured completely left the
SWofNElotsl,2.3and4... .... ...... tI 2N23E 23D Seal of the'Statc to be affixed at Tallahassee All! holders of the 8 per cent. (Freeland) leg smooth.It .
; EofSEE4ofN\V }.,.... ............... _oJ'L'i .... ... .:.oJ.r 160j, the Capitol this seventeenthday Bonds of the Florida Railroad Company are is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
Lot 1..2 8 2 N 23 E. 33EofN I of March, A. D. 1884. hereby notified to meet at my office in the I have recommended it to a good many and
EN' WofN E }, E of N1VlNWIofNWNEufS1V I W. I). BLOXH Ali, Governor. city of Fernandina, on Thursday, :May 1st they all say it does the work. I was in With-
I }, : i 1884, for the purpose of determining what erington &Kneelnnd's drug store. in Adams,

I'' NEof lot 3........... ........................... 10i; 2N23E I 324 I DESCRIPTION r i t disposition shall be made of the remaining the other'day, and saw a very fine picture
Lot 4.................................................... 1112' X 2: E. Colored ; Sam about 21 years old and William lands held by me for the benefit of the you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
I S11'ofNISofNW i. W' of.SE 201 about 23 years old ; height, about 5 feet I Bonds still outstanding and to provide for not ; they said if I would write to you that

1. N' B 1 of S \V &...... ............ ......... j 2 X 23E 240 0 inches ; weight about 150 pounds and accrued expenses on same. you would send me one. I wish you would,
IN #, XofSB.S""lofSE i. N 0I' ..12 brothers. I tf. M. A. WILLIAMS Trustee.Fernandina and I will do you all the good I can.

sr 1..................... .................. 13 2 XI23 E 527 Tallahassee, Fla., March 18, 1884. 4w Fla., March 29, 1884. Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAX.Kendall's .
I'N E 1. N E 1 of S E :}. .N.of S WI. lot 2.14 2N231'; 4 --- I'
I Soflotllot2NVTIofN\V i,.......... I IE4ofSESWofSW Administratrix Sale.ALL Administratrix<< Sale.ALL .
1 !...... ............15'2N23E'' 279r WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, TAKE i WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TAKE Spavin Cure.
'.\Ii of fractional.................................. 21, 2 N 231:' (' that on the ninth day of April, :
Lynch, John,!........... IX E :1 ofN E }. S k of SE,1V oflot 1. I.' 1 I A. D. 1884. I, as administratrix of the estate I That on the 9th day of April. A. D., 1884.j ON HUMAN FLE8II.VEVAY ...
lots 2. 3 and 4............... ............ ......... 22, .. 23 I: 3141 J of Philip Thomas deceased will apply to the j I will, as Administratrix of the estate of
SE 1 ofN rWt !, S11ofSE,5 # ofS1V 123 County Court in and for the County of Nas- i John D. Jones deceased, apply to the County JND., August 12, 1881.
2 X E, 161 Court in and for said at Fernan- Dr. IS. J. Kendall &: Co.:
sau, at Fi-rnaudina. Fla., for authority to county,
X \ 'I sell all the rights, title and interest of EvaA. I diva, for authority to sell the interest of the GE..Ts-Sample of circulars received to-
I R "I..3, 2 N 23E 1600is Thomas, Louisa B. Thomas Eliza W. following minors. heirs of John D. Jones day. Please send me some with my imprint,
411R' printed on one side only. The Kendall's.;
j E' : 2N23E/ Thomas, Elizabeth N.Thomas and Francis:M. I deceased that is Minnie S. Jones. Sallie V.
Spavin Cure is in excellent demand
with us,
# Jones. Mary J. Jones Agnes S. Jones,
I I Thomas the minor heirs of Philip Thomas,
I j of .............. .................. ........... .20 2N23E 398 i deceased in the following described lands .I Rosa L. Jones, in the following real estate, and ailments not only for animals. but for human
W of X E 1. X "" 1 of S E 1, lots land 2 2N23 E 218 being all that tract or parcel of land situated : situated and being in said County of Nassau also. Mr. Jos. Voris one of the
IX 1 ofNE.WofNESE 1 ofNW. I I on Amelia Island in said County of Nassau, Florida : the S E i of the S W :i of section ankle leading farmers in our county, sprained an
1, EofSEN\VofSEN'o I Florida,and better known on the public platsof 16, township ((3)) three north of range 23, badly, and knowing the value of the
H 1V 1................................................ 34 2 N 23E 3.0; said county as the northern one-third of east, and the S W :i of the N W i of section remedy for horses tried it on himself, and it
Lots 3 and 4...........................................32 2 N 23E 14&, the Samuel Harrison grant or section ((20)) twenty, township ((3)) three, north, did far better than he. had expected ; cured
E4ofNE1W .................................. 42N24E 399All I twenty ((20)), in township two ((2)), north of range 23, east in all eighty acres ; also a the Yonrs sprain in very short order.
of sections 5. 6 and 7, and N E 1 and I range"twenty-eight ((28)) east, containing one r tract of land known and described. as the respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND. .
_. 1 of........... ..:...................................8 2 N 24 E 24001 hundred and fifty acres more or less. : McMurrin grant. Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All
N E 1.,1V i of section 18. and NW i or... 2 N Zt E 6401 'LOUIS A E. THOMAS, SYLVAXIA W. JONES druggists have it or can get it for yon or it
Is 1 of S 'V 1 of section 31. and VT of S'I' Administratrix of Estate of Philip Thomas. Administratrix of the Est. of John D.Jones. will be sent to any address on receipt of

l \r 1 of.......... .................................... 3.3 3 X 24E 100 1 69 81 Fernandina Fla., March S, 1884. Fernandina, Fla., March 4, 1884. price by the Proprietors Di:. P J. KENDALL .
MattoxEmanuel...........IN W corner.................. ........................ 43 3 N 28E 5 3 18 fe CO.. Enosburph Falls, Vt.
E ofS" 1. lots 1 and L..I. 1 2 N 24E 584 Post-office Notice. Send for Illustrated Circular.
I E,5VofN WI. SEofNWN4ofSVSEofSW Office Hours-From 8:00 A. }f. to 6:00 p. }I. Sold by all Drugists.P"ATENTS.
}I..12 2N2.4E 56.4lid4ling's IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Sunday hours, 10:30 A. :M. to 11:30 A. M.
) Purifier Co ''AU of Tractional........ ........................... 36 3 N 24E 5GO NOTICE with resolution Money Orders and Registered Letters from
.All of fractional.............. ..................... 6 2 N 2.3 E 11"0.11 its a passedby 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. :\r.; and from 2:00 p. M
..:\. of fractionaI......... ........................... 8 2 N 2.3 E the City Council at special meetingheld to 3:30 r. M.ARRIVAL .
March 1884 the following -I
[ All of fractional......... ........................... 32 3 N 2 E 612 5306 Wednesday, 19th ,
'I'(For tax of 1882)).................................... 70 38 officers will be voted for at the elec-. AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
lldkeuzie. Geo.......... .. .... 22 40 tion to be held on Monday, April 7th, A. Transit & Peninsular Railroad MUNN & CO.,of the SciZNTnnc AMERICAN con.
if .. S W 1 of N E 1.. .. . .................... 2 NI24 E' 3 77ra tinue to act Solicitors for Patents Trade
hell 1. en......... ......ILots 33 and 3f, block 2, 1'ernandwa........ 4 10 D., 1884 for the ensuing year: Arrives daily except Sunday........ 3:37 P. }I. Marks Copyrights as for the United,State Caveats. Granada.
,. 'UCfbttery. A.N'............I..Lot 2. lock: 54. Fernandma_.................. I 2 7. One Mayor, Closes.......................................1000 A*:M.Fcinandina England, France.Germany,etc. Hand Book:about
\fartinec J. )................Lot 3, block 7, King's I 4 51 One Clerk i & Jacksonville Railroad Patents Patents sent obtained free.throuzh ThlrtYleven"ears'MUNN & CO.experience.are noticed
llchcmta, Jas...............sE1ofSE I. }......... ..FerrY..j-C.J- 2 N24E 40 t 199 One Treasurer. i Jacksonville and St. John's River in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest,hest.and
I'Put Lard G. r.................I'Lot 1...............................,........................24! 4 N 25E 00 4 51 One Tax-Collector, I mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. M. most Weekly.widely Splendid circulated engravings scientific and paper.interesting$ .20a year.In-
etenoit.t X. ......... ........)51V' 1........................ ......... ................_C)() 2 X 24 E 160 4 10 One T.ix-Assessor, Closes (Northern mail also.10:00 A. M. formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific Amer-
latctitr. B................1.AU of (except 20 acre, in: N. Zl; corner of :, Five One )Aldermen.Marshal 'I Sunday Mail- ican AHXBICAX sent free.Office.Address 261 Broadway MUNN, New&CO.York., SCIENTIFIC

and thc S E i)............ .. ............. ..... 38 j..I. 2G E 4001 24 79i Jacksonville and St. John's River ;
: The for Precinct No. 1 New ,
i'.,''Ill'. f Lot 12-, block 9. Fernandll1a...................... .:"1 Town,polling will be place at the Mayor's Office on,Third I, arrives....................................10:35 A. }I. .
Ieonre) S ........ [ ...t ') a.. IG' .", .................... I I: I. Street and the following persons have been I Northern mail 9.00 p. M. pATENTS obtained for new inventionsor
1' .l. lS, G\ ........... ......... 1 38 30 St. John's nh-erand for improvements in old
uhrer ob1ia011. F, Moses.. ......... Lot 3........................ ......... ..............:... 6j.2 N/28 E 134 I G 71 appointed Precinct : bv,Yo the H.Mayor LeCain as, inspectors G. Starke of, and this I Jacksonville the North closes....................... 6:00 A. }[. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
:'ikes i) C?....... ......... .Lots 26 and 227, block 2-, F'ernal. Ina.' ....... I S 00 Jacksonville and St. John's River all patent business promptly attendedto.
tt''I J IL......................S" t of S E }.......................:............... 151'4\23E, 40' 593 John At Precinct Gordon.2, (Old Town) the polling I only, closes............................... 4:00 P. 31.St.Mary's INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
":; : C.................... S of lot 8, block 40. Fernandma.. ......... a 08 : REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
"e"rtngeit. It It........ ..As described in a deed on record in book I : I place will be at C. Westburg's store and 1 River .1 ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent -
.. no" page 235 Conntr records_..............38: 2 Xi27 s E 1901 4: 93 the following persons have been appointed as : St. Mary's and Crandall arrives Office and engaged PATENT BUSINESS -
::tallI', I.. W......-......All... of section )8 an d.............................. 33 2 NIC)8 E 70 2 72 inspectors : Richard E. Edden Wm. P.I 1 Monday and Thursday..............7:00 A. M.i EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
OUtto II............... .S E corner of lot 3. .4, K 25E 2'I 4 51 Courter, Romeo Denegal. i Arrives Tuesday and Friday.........2:00 p. M. ents in less time than those who are remote

Tiffin.Thomas Jas.3. ......... .......................................... I 3.XC. \_)8 E 6t i 1' 3 18 By order of the City Council. ; Closes Tuesday and Friday...*.......3:00 r. M.I from "Washington.When .
i\i1d: Joins.I ....... .........IN W corner.............. ...........................:401;: N E 163! 4: 51 WM. F. WOOD JR., City Clerk. I I St. Mary'sand Dungeness cdnes- Inventors send. model or sketch,
l fariou 12.3 Fernandina, Fla., March 20, 188-1. 3t i day and Saturday! ; arrives: .........11:00 A. }I.
381 3 N G i
11. \ J..8 E 1 and 20 acres in X W'. corner.: ...:... 180j 12 we make search in the Patent Office and
ilhaulson) 31.J.. _..... .. ...... ,. I S -s Closes Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00 r. M.I .
.. ......,fAS t G. J block 22, F ernan Ina .. advise as to its patentability free of charge,
11'0 !, W. 1'..... 1.\11 of fractional.................................... 21: 2 N E\1 5S REGISTRATION- XOTICE. .I St.fary's'only.Monday and Thursday Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
: .......... { 93 128 arrives...........................2:00 P. )[.
3 N 1
i\i jLot i 4. block 243: or part of...............:...... E S .G able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
\\"a"ll 11111115. Jeter.......... ...jLots 10 and 11, blo,,k 2rnaifdina.. ....... !I j' I j+ S 80.1I1"'onJ The Registration Books of the City of Fer- 1 i I Closes Mond..y and Thursday........8:00 A.M.: IS OBTAINED. ,
os............ S1fS'\' }:. lots 12 and 13'".:..............::.... 114X'fE: : SO'! 3 .7 nandina which are now open at my office SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M. We refer by permission to the City Post-

1 r.11I1S. Win......... ... iS,, E } ofN E 1.. ......... ..............,..........::......: 33 4 \ 25E1 I' 40 I' will be closed Thursday, April 3d, 1884 at master, and to the Superintendent of the
{ IS .' ]. .. ....... ..o!."....t 34.4 N 25 E' 41 5 C)I"l1k 7.30 p. 111. (standard.) For Sale.A .
W 1 0 f N \\ 4".......:. ;...... :.. I -"* Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
..IOwn.-...................I.Lot S S. n'iI. and ..\ 1:r of,7. 'block-17E Fernandina. : I Office at mv store next door Palmer's's second-hand piano. Will be sold cheapif ington. For special references circular,ser,
.............:.......! .......::.....,:...:.................:.::;:..LL '. 112.1 Drug Store, Centre street. applied for> For further inform'atiol1apply vice, terms, etc., address
'. ..............':.'.....!.Lots 1.2.13,14,15 and.iG, bloc k,19,,,Fcrnandina. .w: I. ""M. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. at the office of C. A. SNOW & CO., :r
...................... .............................................' I 4 04.f Fernandina Fla.:, March 20, 1884. 3t TilE )1 ICROR. Opp.Patent Office. Washington,D'C. '2t



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: i ;'t THE FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 5 1884. .
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,T J THE FLORIDA MIRROR. make r this the most enjoyable affair of all. ,The City Council. ] :Range of ThermometerFOR i vfv.1'1: ,;" EXAMINE.

rt It will take place on the night of Easter, A meeting of theCty Council was held on TilE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, APRIL;. 5, j' >>2'" .OUR- ,'

> Monday, April 14th, commencing at eight Wednesday evening last. Present : G. F. nORSEytS DRUG' STORE.
;: It.YO.A rEAl: $1.00 FOR SIX JIO.'T1I5
; o'clock. The floor will be to the President and Aldermen .: .: .
given up Avery, Hoyt, i NEW

; 'I skaters from eight to nine, when dancingwill King: Kelly, Robinson and Williams.The ; (Ir a I C'1 I 5_ M c. Wind '" -.

{if'I Reflections. It- c cI I-.. STOCK"
-4' ;
:' commence. Efforts will be made to bills'fol'-n fnthly salaries of city police -
#- > ; -
,. :; -"-'Major B. S. Henning and family have obtain first-class music, and many new were ordered.paid. Saturday.\ch.29 I 63 I ', 70 168'N.. E. 'ff i ;: -.> QF: ; .

,i been in the city.the week. character costumes will appear. Elaborate Also the following : Sunday ..............30 6-t 173 i2 IX. E. -' --
',' past Monday .......... .31 6-t 74 73 E. .. *
: Dr. J. J. Mason and wife of Newport R. sou'enir'programmes have been ordered Horsey & l i for Fire Department : I ELEGANTPOCKET
Tnesda '.... 1 77 :S. 'Y.'Vednesday. .
: which will be distributed the ..................................:; 8.40 .Aprll 691'8 I iJ -
I., will pass April at the Egmont.. among party. ........ 2 76 75 S. W.
EdwarcLMo'r: 1ec Scavenge.. 118.00H.
Only maskers will be permitted to skate < Night ......... 3 6'3 69 70 N. W. 'rf
)Ir. and Mrs. II. I). Huntington and Miss Clay. Day Scavenger............... 33.00 ,170 781 ;;" -
............_ 4.62 70 N. W.
and no charge whatever will l be made for Friday.
Shumway Cincinnati are at the Egmont Sanitary Committee..................... 44.31 .. AND
t those who attend in costume. Spectatorswill The FLORIDA MIRROR udv ........... 7.00 -
for a prolonged stay. .. .t : :
Samuel A. Swann Chemical Engine TABLE
I' be charged 25 cents for admittance. MARINE: I,:
t and hook and ladder truck... 1.407.80 -
; )Ir. Thomas Stokes and wife,accompanied i I. '

.:. -J.t!; by the Misses Stokes and Miss Kerr, of New II IIJ Nassau County Bible Society.The Street streets Committee....:... 239.93A Port of Fernandina. CUTLERY,

i York, are at the Egmont. ;' Nassau County Bible Society met in proposal was received from Peter, Williams HIGH WATER. .1 ; SCISSORS.,.

: Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. &. M, meets-on the Methodist Church on Sunday night, to lease Central Park, which was referred Saturday, April u 5...... 3:56 A.M. 4:25: P.h as'. ," Y.- .
6..4:54" 5:23 : TC.
Sunday, : ,
t Monday evening next. All brethren in March 23d. After devotional exercises anda to the Committee on Streets and Pub- Monday, 7...... 5:45" 6:16: h ', ""

: good; standing are requested to be interesting address Rev. Mr. u ,", ..-- ::0
; present.Mr. very by lic Improvements with power to act. Tuesday, 8.:.... 6:34" i:03 .. ... l1'iiICIt.
I -
1 ;' ; F. H. Cossitt and wife, ako A. F. Lyons, the following officers were, elected A communication asking abatement of Wednesday, u 9...... 7:20". 7:46". '_
Thursday, 10...... 8:0t. 8:24' ; WEQFFEIt
: '. Sutherland and wife, of New York, are forth
.,k kt :; among the arrivals at the Egmont.. President-Rev. Mr. Chandler. I the table. .
,1 t "'r- Messrs. W. B. Lipsey J. R. Christie and Vice President-Rev. Mr. Yerger. Jay/McGiffip:: \.CliieTof Fire Departmentsent EXTERED.Ich. _. ;

:'1. Dr. J. C. Neill, prominent citizens of Archer, Secretary. N. Saussy. to Conncil his appointments of.Chas.' J.Kimb'albas :\ 29-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah .. ," .,':,' '-AT- ".,

;' have been in our city during the past week. Treasurer-Thos. Kydd. .First Assistant Engineer, and ; with freight and passengers j'!. : ', SURPRISINGLY:
Repository-Norman Brownson: to W. B. Tucker agent. :"
J. L. "Horsev, as Second Assistant which -
i I' ; ,: Drift, Lieut. J. C. Fremont, Jr., Commanding Changes of Schedules. were tons, New York : freight and
{ communication from the Chief of the ,
I { 'nrrivcd in port yesterday, twenty fcur A slight, change goes -in effect on the passengers, to R. W.Southwick, ,, '.. .
Fire Department referring to agent.
.{ ; hours from Savannah Florida & Con suppliesfor -
Railway Navigation
Pany's u'
1-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, S'annah FRED
1 + engine, etc., was referred to Committee
: line next Monday. The Cedar Key train with and ., .
'I i The Egmont numbers among its guests ; passengers -
''J distinguished physicians from New will leave here at 7:20: a. m. instead of 7:15.: on Fire Department w'itli power to ace. I to W. B. Tucker, agent. : .,. I '\'. ..
many The resolutions offered Alderman ;. .j t"
I following by : 1-S. P. David Clark, Daniels, Savan- -
.J York and The Jacksonville accommodation train will .,. .. .
-, Philadelphia other Northern I Hoyt were adopted : nah ; with freight and passengers ; HOITtCCO.

.1 '. leave here at 9:50: a. nn. instead of 10:30 a.m., to W. B. Tucker, agent.
Resolved. That the Collector be authorizedto
}\ '. cities.We arriving at Jacksonville at 11:35. The pas- u 3-S. P. St. Nicholas. Usina, S \Van- ,
learn that a number of prominent receive in payment for the bond tax of
train from Jacksonville in the n'ah ; with freight and passengers --
senger morn- 1883 past due bonds, together with intereston ---
i capitalists have recently been investigating to W. B. Tucker
ing will leave there at 7:30 instead of 8:15- the same from the date of their maturityto 44
. :'r' the merits of Fernandina with a view to its date of payment, the amount of said interest 4-S. P. David Clark, Daniels, Savan-
:; i'; :. development.Dr. 45 minutes earlier, arriving here at 8:50a. : so paid to be endorsed plainly I on each nah ; with freight and pas- For .the Best Family Groceries:

in. No change is made in the Sunday bond. sengers, to W. B. Tucker, agent. Send to Fred W. Hoyt it Co's.
.l W.N. Gilchrist and wife' '4 4 Schr. Lester A. Lewis Warren Goods Delivered to
;, and Mr. J. G. trains. Resolved, That fur the purpose of closingthe ,
All Parts
,r Mills, of the Windsor'Hotel, New York, arc accounts of the city for the past fiscal New York ; general cargo to Free of of the City
various Charge.hay .
.; ; making their accustomed visit to our city, The Municipal Election.The year the books of the Collector, Clerk: and 4 Schr. companies.Starrett Lawrence i
Cephas in of the Fi- ,
l .... and are guests at the Egmont.The annual election for mayor and aldermen nance Committee placed on April possession 3rd for examina- New York ; steel rails for F. R. ,

!. : : schooner-yacht Fortuna, one of the will take place on :Monday: the 7th. tion. ,.":1 & N. Co.

: most graceful of the yachting fleet of the We hope the example set by Palatka will be Resolved, That the Street Committee be 4-Schr. Drift, Lieut. Fremont, Savannah ,
Ii authorized to confirm the present contractfor ; U. S. Coast Survey. Corn, Oats Bran, Grain, Feed,
followed in the election of ticket which .
United States after a
of several Wholesale
a sojourn days night'and day scavenger work and light- CLEARED. and Retail,

in our harbor left our waters on Thursday.The shall represent the best interests of the city. ing streets, d r 1 April.. Mch. 31-S. I). St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah by

We always notice that just previous to a ; with freight and Fred W. Hoyt it Co.
---- -- -- passengers
,t. new short steamer line to Savannah city election there is a very considerable Hotel Arrivals. by W. B. Tucker, agent.

, from Fernandina via Montgomery, Ga., is slackness in the administration of the laws. 44 29-S. P. David( Clark, Daniels, Savan-

proving a decided success. New and fine Policeman seem to be quite blind and EGMONT. nah, with freight and passengers -
ignorant -
,1 steamers with daily trips will make it a D il Wickham and wife.II L Horton, wife, child by W. B. Tucker, agent. t '
i very of the drunkenness and profanity and maid, Henry Day, C'J Hawley, J G Mills and April 2-S. P. St. Nicholas. Usina, Savan- I Lime, Plaster. Cement Hair, Shingle! ,
f'I popular line of travel. which prevail at night on our streets in the servant, Dr W N Gilchrist and wife N J T Dana nah ; with freight and passengers f Nails and other Building
and wife Mrs G A Hearn Jr Miss C L llearn :Mr
R Material Fred
W. B. at
The schooner Cephas Starrett, Captain II. more central portions of the city. The and Mrs F H Cossijt Jr, Mr and Mrs Thos Stokes, u by Tucker agent. I I .
Miss Stokes :Miss'Kerr A F Sutherlaud and wife 3-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 W. Hoyt l.-;
F. Lawrence, arrived here yesterday from present council have accomplished a good ,
'I :Misses Stokes and maid, J II Smith and wife, H tons, New York ; with freight Co's.
New York with two hundred tons of steel deal in the way of sanitary improvement, :M Smith, Warren Ray, Chas L Rickerson, New and passengers, by R. W. South-

\ ::1 rails for the Florida Railway & Navigation but the ensuing city government should York; B S Henning and wife, Kate Henning wick, agent. ,
Bell Henning and maid, Miss Forbes, :Mr and -- -
3-Schr. Jennie
Rosaline. Saxton
t Company. signalize itself by a moral improvement. It Mrs A S Barnes, J C Simpson, :Miss Josie A Belzen, ,
J S Pattison, Brooklyn, N Y ; J B Upham, H K :Martinique! ; lumberMizell:: Bros.
i The United States steamer Fi*h-IIauI, the would not be difficult to enforce order and :Merrill and wife, Mrs F AV Hunt, John A Invin 4-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-

I! steamer attached to the United States Fish decency by a resolute enforcement of ex- and wife, Mrs B Gloover, G W Smith, Jas Tucker nah ; with freight and passengers -
and wife, :Miss Page, Miss E P Barnes '
Boston by W. B. Tucker, agent. .
0 Commission returned to our harbor during isting ordinances. Mass; Mrs Montgomery, Miss Sherlay, Mrs P F FURNITURERED & CO.
Thomas D W Thorn Baltimore Md Mrs A E IN PORT.
.1 the ;
past week from the St. :
a trip up Marys C ,
'" i Borie and maid, Mr and Mrs S Boric, Miss '
l !; and left on Thursday.The A Graceful Act. I Boric, Miss Hazelharst, J H Alday, Mrs E Alday, Bark Albert M. (Dan. Veneon. .' .

," '1' By the courtesy of Mr. Swann we are allowed Miss L Aldar' :Miss K Alday, Dr Kealing, Miss Bark Veloce (Fr.), Azibert. :: ':: : "a : ,. ."... >0 ,
business of the shows increase Kealin Dalles, G F Nixon J M Wilcox Jr Schr. Jennie F. Wiley Chadwick. .
( Egmont an to state that the window proposed to Dr and Mrs J M Keating, Philadelphia Pa; W A Schr. Susan H. Ritchie Bartlett.
::; of 25 per cent over last season. The be placed in the new Episcopal Church to Aubery, wife and two children :Mr and Mrs C B Schr. Win. Wilson, Eldridge.Schr. i .
hotel has Pope Mrs P F W Peck Fred W Peck and wife, C
been taxed to its utmost Lester A. Lewis Warren.
capacity the memory of Drs. Herndon and Wellford, eck, Chicago Ills; C A Hawley and wife, H I The & Co's.
Y. recently to accommodate its guests. An en- has been generously provided for by Dr. J. Dewing and ifMiss Dewing G A Carter, Jr. Schr. Cephas Starrett, Lawrence.U. I Best Hoyt
'la Miss Huntress, Stamford, Conn; Wm Bowler and S. Schr. Drift, Lieut. Fremont. Flour W.
ell1eut is much
needed. ,
Baxter Upham, Boston, who has requestedthe wife, Mrs R P Gerluch, J F Parkhurst and wife,
--- ---- --- -- --- Choicest Fred
':, Dr. J. :M. and wife of Philadelphia of at his Cleveland, 0; L J Gazan, wife and two children, Valuable Lands
Keating privilege placing own expense W H Ketchnm, wife and child, Mrs E W Rabun, Orange for Sale. :Meats: at

:"' arrived at the Egmont yesterday. Although a window to commemorate the services of Savannah, Ga; II D Huntingdon and wife; MissC Tracts containing twenty acres each of and Goods
: :. B Shumway, Cincinnati, 0 ; Dr and Mrs Geo choice hammock land Most Reliable Canned
.' high on Orange Lake
If comparatively b 1 Drs. Herndon and Wellford of
a man Virginia a
.! young r. as Chandler, :Mr and Mrs F H Dewey, Miss Sophia
suitable for
.. Keating is recognized as one of the.leading slight tribute of admiration and love to the Moer, Miss S F Dewey, Worcester, Mass ; J A orange growing and truck farm-
: Ferguson, Mrs M E Ferguson, :Mrs R G Reneger, ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
physicians of Philadelphia. memory of his professional brethren, who Charles City, Iowa; Geo II Browne, Mrs Geo H very conveniently situated for transpor-

.1," A strong westerly wind prevailed died in the discharge of their duty duringthe Browne, Providence, R I : Thos: II Hunt, Henry tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on TFood, Wood.
on Doty, Detroit, Mich ; Miss E Sprecher, Miss A
terms to suit
purchasers. Titles established WoodYardnear
; Wednesday, making it very disagreeable on pestilence which visited your city in Sprecher, Lancaster, Pa; II F Williams, M M are unques- Having recently a
French, Northampton, Mass ; A Cummings tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Duryee's mill, provided with all the
.;J the streets. The house occupied by Mrs. 1877. Misses Cummings, Rome Ga; Mrs Jackson,MissNellie large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS necessary machinery for sawingand splitting

; Farrell on the beach road was blown down. It is a noble profession which producessuch Jameson, runswick, Pa; J L Adams Mrs February 16, 882. Fernandina, Fla. I
W G Coleman and servant, Mrs S E Irwin, Jacksonville FIRE-WOOD ,
; Drs. Herndon and W ell ford and
It was an old and considerably decayed men as Fla; l\r,and Mrs J H Titus, Whetestone. !
I to furnish Oak Wood
; structure. which gives birth to such noble acts and L I ; Mrs C Harris; Penobscot, R I; R H Crandall For Sale am now prepared ,
and wife, Illinois; H H Hathorn and wife, Sara- sawed to-any lengthsfor either stove or fire
Our hotels and boarding-houses have been sentiments as those expressed by Dr. Up- toga, NY;Mrs 0 A Dewey, Milford, Mass: :Mr On Amelia Island 88 acres of good rich ham- place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .

ham. and Mrs C T Miller and son, St Paul, Minn ; Miss mock land, partly cleared, with improve- A. ELLEBMASS.
full to overflowing during the past week, Louise P Mellon, Pittsburg, Pa; Miss Annie M
; and have heard Sheib, Wheeling, W Va : C S Whitney and wife, ments. For further particulars apply to
? a very general expression Opening of the A'etc Episcopal Belmont, N Y;IIB Whipple, Minn; Mr and MrsJ :MRS. E. R. SOURER. For Sale,
on the part of visitors of our pleasant ChurcJi. II Thomas and child, Springfielp ; S J Anthonyand
'J wife, Denver Col; J H Canfield and wife, Or exchange, for Northern city property,
I I ... ; city, charming beach and well-kept hotels! An impromptu opening of the new Epis- Rochester, N Y; D L Garvin, New York: Chas Notice to TaxPayers.I a thirty-five acre truck farm, with two-story

! Services will be held in the new SLPeter'sEpiscopal copal Church took place on Sunday last. Walton and daughter, Flatbush, LI ; E A Seeley am now prepared to receive the taxes dwelling, barn, etc. Beautifully situated on
. and wife, Scotch Plaini N J; W T Fort and wife, the mainland within halfa
Nassau river
'. / Church, on Centre street, tomorrow The presence in our city of the venerableRt. Maine : J L Lefevre and! wife, W Va; F L Moone, for the city of Fernandina, assessed for the mile on Peninsular
of the Florida Transit &
Commisville, Ind Wm Sherman and wife Mil- year 1883 J. E. MEDDAUGH
; ,
0 .
;::. at the usual hours. On Thursday Rev. Henry B. Whipple, of :Minnesota waukee; Dr and Mrs J J Mason, Newport, R I ; City Tax Collector. Railroad. Land all under cultivation.MRS. .

. the rite of confirmation will be held by the often spoken of as the great apostle of the A R Converse and wife, Cheyene, W T; Frank Fernandina, December i5, 1883, :: EMMA FIETCHEE.;

1 >, ., Rt. Rev. W. B. Whipple, and on Good Friday Northwest, having become known, visitors Smythe, Augusta, Ga; G F Wheeler, Beloit. Fernandina Fla., March 7, 1884.

I 0 Bishop Whipple will deliver a lecture. in our city desirous of hearing the Bishop TOURIST HOTEL. Amelia Beach. For Rent.

; ; ; .. Our attention has been called to a large requested the vestry to make use of the Brooklyn Senator L Will I; Henry Lydecker E Woods and wife and and wife maid New THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the The'store on Second street now occupied

: cow-pen on Ash street, which the coming large accommodations offered by the new York ; Capt Baker wife and child NY ; W H supervision of :Mrs. Sweeney, who will be by me, and known as the "New York
Smith and wife Rochester NY : Ed DWilmont, pleased to receive her old "
church. friends and the Store with fixtures etc. Desirable location.
l' ,
warm weather will make a nuisance to the Baltimore; Will II Harbeck and wife Toledo
; ,t neighborhood. All dairy and Under the energetic management of the Ohio; Zenas L Bangs, Boston Mass ; Dr G W Me public generally. Choicest oysters, fish, etc., Possession given by the middle of April.
arrangements Rae, Banana Fla ; O W Braddock Bay City Mich; constantly on hand. tf.' PAUL FUSE
: 1 cattle-pens should be required to be placed architect, Mr. Robt. L. Schuyler, temporary Silas A Bra.dly,acksonville; Fla;B W Ellis, Chicago Fernandina, Fla., March I, 1884.I .

i j I outside the city limits. seats were placed in the church,and arrange- 111;L Press, Atlanta Ga ;A Dudley, Brockton COTTAGE I I _
: Mass J H Ruddell, South Carolina;F B Pickering, LUCY ,
i' 1 ments made for the celebration of divine rooksville Fla ;W Jl Carter Cincinnati Ohio i Fresh StrawberriesOn

The Mallory steamship Stale of Texas left services. A large congregation filled the W B Thompson Jacksonville Fla! ; 0 D ElbertonMacon Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at IL
} Thursday evening with a large list of Passengers Ga.David; A Langes, St Louis Mo ; J H I E. Dotterers. W. F. SCOTTI .
: building and enjoyed the privilege of both Howard Grahamville Fla ; II B Mooney, GriffinGa FERNANDINA
._ ; the following cargo: 942 pack- ; H K Thompson and wife New York; Mrs L
, ages vegetables, 271 barrels rosin, 59 barrels morning and evening service of listening to Stevecs and daughter Jersey City; G 11 Flemingand I Just ArrivedTor Sale Cheap.
: : c' the admirable discourses of the Bishop. The sisters N Y; James Ludlum and wife, Wildwood Offers pleasant rooms. well furnished, with 100 barrels Lime,
i spirits turpentine, 54 barrels oil, 215 cases aucoustic effects of the church Fla; J M Manger, N C; F G Johnson, West or without board. Table Boarders will be 15O barrels Potatoes.
S .. cedar, 39 cans shrimps, 17 refrigerators strawberries new are Indies; Andrew E Fish, New York; Mrs E S Tur- accommodated; also transient. Early Rose, Peerless, and Burbank.
Ala Minnie Edwards j
mirable. The chancel windows are in place ner, ; L Ala; :Mr W Lynch
i _.. '; .; .: 97 packages merchandise, 47,000 feet and wife Brooklyn L I ; Mi :Michael Lynch and 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. I 16 A. B. NOYES.
I. '. ,. : lumber. and very beautiful, and will be describedmore wife Brooklyn L I;Mr D J Lynch and wife Brook- .
fully hereafter. They bear the simple lyn L I ; Masters Willie and Jim Lynch Brooklyn -- -----

t : Our reporter met. yesterday Mr. J. H. L I; Misses Mamie F Jennie Maggie and Mary L
, inscription A Thank Offering," and are Brooklyn L I; Mr Michael Kelly and wife Brook-

.: .. M ," Howard, of Grahnrnville, a thriving little the generous gift of a Northern lady now in lyn L I; John T McClure Boston Mass; John G \&ied
: .;' village situated upon the banks of the famous our cit).. Md.Moore, Chicago, 111 ;N Hunter Smith, Baltimore

: ,1",' Ocklawaha. We are pleased to have

the reports of the growth and prosperity of A Card. List of Letters ? ..

j : that section confirmed by this gentleman. To the Editor of the Mirror: Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandina S/r TERMS E

f Mr. Howard's visit here was for the purpose Permit me through the columns of your Nassau county, Florida, April 5, 1884. -ttCASH.-

;. Persons for these letters : L2
improving the transportation facilities calling must say
-- on paper to state to my friends and the gentlemen .

s '..: the Ocklawaha River. He was in conference who placed me in nomination for Al- advertised: -

> :; with the officers of the Florida Railway and derman in the coming municipal election Amordicia, Francis Harve, Catherine ) ;" g1ta4uffla
Clara .
Burroughs King,
''. Navigation Company and we learn that he that however flattered I may feel by their Bravdingaxs, Jems King, Celico [,' .

I: :.g:" proposes to build \,boat at once that will mark of esteem, my private interests demand Brooks E J. Lewis, F SHaken .i-Y- .

l':.,. meet the requirements of the vegetable and my declination of the nomination. Thank Mrs DR W N Licket, Mrs M ,,,...,'<--
Bridges, Mrs Ella Polk :Mrs: Elizabeth
;t : ,
fruit of his cction.
; men !! ing friends for their kind offices I ,
my remain Ouster WW Price'Mrs Maria ,

"IlL ," yours, truly, Cooper frsN31icPIttman..1 James G

: k'oj The :Holler Skating Club. OLIVER S. OAKES. Dorcy, Mrs Riner* Strong, Capt Jos H .. /_

\i 1 fei : The Fernandina Roller Skating Club at Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1884. Fraser, Hugh A Silvery, Mrs Sarah ,

; :p:00. its last meeting made arrangements for its Fwaregain;Mrs Omy Victery, San .,
Hay wood. Mrs Lizzie Weller, W Y. e
''t'! final entertainment for the which To Be : .
season, Raffled .
Hughes F H Weldon John B .
4 ,i ?
:. 7 ,5y :: ,: will be similar to the former carnivals given At Nix's News Stand Post-office, a fine Independent Watch Co. ,. -,-'1'<;.J
.. I ";0" ,
1 ; by the club, and no effort will be spared to new piano. Chances$1.00 SAM'IT. RIDDELL. P. M. ; "

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