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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 12, 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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


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

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VOL.'TI.. li'ERNANDINA FLA. C' /* mi 1 O P\ A V tai ._-
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TOUR IN FLORID ofEgmont, who establised indigo vats on the FLORIDA TRAVEL. -
it., There
spot wlere the hotel now stands in 1770, was nothing there. The mere WASHINGTON.

A VISIT TO FERNANDIN, FLA., THE NEWPORT having a large indigo plantation in the TIlE SILVER drag of the dry line had been so heavy that
IN THE EVENING the fly had
OF TilE SOUTH. vicinity. Below will be found sketchesof parted and the leader came home. DOINGS OF BOTH
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. March 15th 1884.Yoiircorrespondent some of the leading enterprises here Then I took a long breath. I don't think ETC
: The last evening's fishing which I did at I had breathed from the Tu the Editor of the Mirror:
having taken moment I saw the
&; CO., Tampa is all
notes of his wanderings in Flor- wholesale and retail dealers groceriesship- had very J pleasant in memory. The coming of the fish. John had been silent WASHINGTON, D. C., April 5, 1884
day been
ida, (,oatIiunellputting: l them in shape till his chandlery, grainfurniture and building ma- I had driven excessively 'hot. In the morning and scared. Now he howled. The yell of a While the House of Representatives is
out five miles to
to this metropolitan city, some of the terial. The above firm, consisting of Messrs.F. great Florida voter of the dark persuasion is peculiar dealing with Indian appropriations the Sen-

gethctC1W.. however having been written in W. Hoyt and W. 0. Jeffreys, was estab- sulphur sping, which rises near the side ofHilbborough and not describable. He owned up to a ate is )lingering. There is no doubt that both

the places described. Having found a roundtrip tablished in Fernandina two the River and,pours its blue water scare when the fish took the fly. He ha.da measures will get through their respective
years ago, original in a strong volume into that
stream. These notion that the boat Houses without
and its radical
a over the Fernandina and Jacksonville house dating from 1870. They contents: were alterations. The-
( (pa Uailroa.l, which Mr D. E. Maxwell, the a flourishing and extensive trade, extend- sulphur and springs are abundant in Florida captured and about to be carried off. Indian bill contains little new legislation,
suiH.-rinten.lent, lost .the T D scribe took. ing along the Florida Trarsit R. R., and its State.sire At amongthe the point natural wherethis curiosities of the "John, "I said Do you want to. get and calls for over five millions. One provision -
spring enters home is that
advantage; of the sit uati,nr"and made a hurried branches, and also along the St Mary's the river the latter is early to-night? five thousand be used for the detection -
scarcely a hundred feet Dont sir. and
Ri\'er. care, prosecution of men who sell
trip to FEKNANPIN.YFtTiiaiHlina wide, but is more: than twenty: deep: ), and the "If I make fast to that fish again, whisky to Indians. This was urged
They occupy one of the finest stores in bottom is you an
the county seat of Nassau Fernandina througlithe t clear water. The, may not get home till midnight. important feature by the Commissioner of
eighty feet
by thirty-three feet wagon bridge crosses 1t/, Standing the "Don't Indian
on Affairs.
care sir. Another
is dtuated on Amelia Island, in dimensions (item requires
county and ; every
imtlKart of Florida. lies two stories high. This bridge I saw a large number: ; of fish, IIlUlll'ls.shl'ephpac1s. "We have to agent to submit annual
it the corner It store is filled with may follow him down the an census of the Indians -
a extensive
on the south bank of the St. Mary River choice stock of goods very bass literally hundreds ofthem bay all night. of his agency ; information that will
divides this county from Georgia including groceriesshin roving hither and thither.: in a very beautiful All ready sir. prove of great value to future
which stream chandlery., furniture and Knil/lmir. nit...... greenish water. appropriation
.Amelia IMUIIU is abdut twenttwomiles terial. The firm also I had some confidence in again striking committees especially in providing for Indian -
long, by an :l\'cragewidth of two miles, warehouse occupy a very large Later in the day I rowed" up the river toward him, for the jacks were again going out of schools.
conveniently located
on rail- but
not to this
from the main land bridge. The banks water. As matter of fact he had The House passed the bin
leinj s.epurated: by a narrow road track which is used for the I felt the to retire the-
river of the same name. The Island grain and of storage of ,I are beginning to show sins!! of spring. The I II prick of that fly no more than a horse feels a trade dollar, discussed District finances
hay, which
they make
presents a somewhat rugged surface, specialty. The a evergreens which abound in this country are mosquito. I had, in the afternoon, wrapped briefly and talked about the expediency of
members of this firm of
are a different
color from the
the soil being sandy, mixed with shells, except well known and prominent citizens of fresh growth, of four or five flies in a roll of wet paper. If legislation to prevent the manufacture of
this the
in the low or sw'ampy portions, where commlmit '. Mr. new year. The latter contrast with the you have never thought of it you will thank adulterated food, which is undermining the
) Hoyt been
having a resident former, and the two shades
the lands are much richer. The climate of this make that variety me for the suggestion, my angling friend. health of the people who use it. Several
here superb, being protected here in the and formerly the city fourteen years, which h familiar to northern travelers, It keeps the snells damp and ready for immediate members paid their respects to the so-called
junior in the firm and
partner which is
winter from severe frost by the surroundingwater of Sanborn and Lonesome Lake, use. I now selected a large white "dairy products" butterine, oleomargarine,
Hoyt, while Mr.
Jeffreys where the dark shades orpines are intermingled moth, a fly with broad of and creamerune.e .
and enjoying delightful sea breezesin occupieda wings, my pwn I
prominent position in the
summer. One of the principal attractionsof Road for Transit with the lighterl1l1' 's of the birch trees. tying.: At the fourth or fifth cast there The Patent Office was the subject bfu,long
a number of
Fernandina is its magnificent sea beach, Times- Democrat. years.-New Orleans I had taken a lot of fish; casting flies towardsone the same swift waves, following the fly and speech from Senator Platt, of Conn., during

which is reached from the city by a pleasantdrive -_.-- --- ------- and the other bankAs rltr a boy, John, .Bell the fish came so swiftly that he ran under the delivery of which the characteristic inattention -
of two miles along the smooth shell NEW .YORK GOSSIP. by name pulled agaia: the ebb-tide.: which the fly and turned within ten feet of the of those to whom the argument was

was fast. As the<< sun was setting I boat. I could not see him, but the wave of supposed to be made, was even more marked

road.Your correspondent obtained a team from WALLING AND THE POLICE-A LAMENTABLE was drifting down stream (again, and had his swhirl swashed up the side. As he went than usual. He wanted the Patent Office

)1r.I'. I. Courier, proprietor of the Fernandina SHOWING-TKOUT FISHING-SECOIl ROBE- reached a broad part of the river, about half away I cast over him, and he took the moth organized into a separate Department urged
SON, ETC. a mile above the village.. Here the channel with a fearful roll of that it needed more room and
livery, sale and feed stable. This is an out water. This timeI a larger force
excellent stable, centrally located between To the Editor of the Florida Mirror : skirts the western shore while, the bay or struck hard and gave him the full force of to perform the increasing work, and dwelt

principal hotels. He has ten head of fine NEW Furs-, --I April_n 5-J_ 1SS1-__ cove on the eastern side is ,shallow., water- --.-- the rod TTfi had confused, liimsulf; --- Jw- the...- SMI the value f*"\ the countn'. of- il1\'E'ntiv n_ __... .
livery horses, two omnibuses, two baggage The latest investigation by Mr. Roosevelt's being generally about three or four feet deepat way he took hold and hesitated a moment." genius.

wagons, seven four and six seat carriages, committee has developed a most lamentable. low tide. The bottom. is covered with Then he went about fifty feet like a rifle ball The Senate disposed of several unimportant -

three fine buggies, one phaeton, one hearse, state of affairs in our Police Department. It i weeds, which do not reach the surface, and to the left, and feeling the strong strain of measures, among which was a bill pass-

one drape wagon, etc., in short, the entire has shown that Superintendent Wailing :is one may cast a fly freely ; but if you strike !I. the butt of the little rod, turned and went ed to improve coinage in the matter of met-

outfit for a complete, first-class livery, sale either knave or an ass, and as Mr. Walling a large fish he is:: certain to plunge among again with lightning speed about as far to als, devices and inscriptions.

and undertaking establishment. during his long career on the police force these weeds, and the chances of saving him the right. This rush carried him over the During debate on the Educational Bill

His stables are large and have room has never shown that he possessed any ap- are very small. Still I had found this good edge of the channel way, and he went down Senator Blair was led to commit himself

enough for twenty-live head of stock. As preciable amount of brains, without whicha spot for the sea trout'and the race horse into deep water, and turned toward the broadly to the woman cause, and in a man-

Mr. Courter has other important business to knave cannot get along, it is evident that I Rovallio, of whichI" wrote you in a mouth of the river. ner that commends him for evermore to

attend to, he desires to sell out his stablesat he is as perfect a Dogberry as hashad chargeof former letter ;and therewerc fewer weeds in Down stream, John, follow him, quick.:' feminine favor. He was asked by Senator
protecting law-abiding citizens strip a hundred feet vide near the shore Fortunately the boat Beck, of Kentucky how
a bargain, his price being only $5,800 for against -r-*" onJMB was headed down, much it would
law breakers; as has been heard the uppersld6"Ofthec & .. and! at the word John help intelligent
the grounds, stables and outfit. Parties interested of in this -: -- ". .. threw himself on the suffrage the sixteenth

should address him. country. The poor old man seems to have Turning into this I cast shoreward and oars and she sprang after him. The"strain: amendment_ recently reported favorably __ ...

For about twenty miles, in an almost entered on his dotage. His confidence in struck a two pound jack-fish, which I reeledin on rod and line was a heavy one, and though from Mr. Blair's committee should be <

straight line, the beach presents a hard beaten his subordinates is of the most childlike and by main force and while I was landing the fish gained a hundred feet or so, I beganto adopted. He replied that he did not know

smooth surface, making it one of the har- trusting nature. His ignorance of dates is him I kept my eyes occasionally sweepingover feel confident of holding fast to him. He there was the slightest question of the superiority -

destdrives America.The harbor here is one marvelous and his sublime innocence of the surface of the cove. The light of turned suddenly and came toward me about of women among all races.

of the finest on the South Atlantic coast, be- wrong doing is calculated to take one's the red after-glow was now intermingled fifty feet, changed his mind and went away Senator Mahone is lying in his room at

ing roomy enough to accommodate the breath away. Under the rules of the police with that of the moon, and the effect was again, swift and straight for the Gulf. This the Arlington hotel seriously ill with nervous :-

fleets:! of all the great powers of the force he cannot be retired from his position. weird beyond anything I remember to have rush gave him nearly two hundred feet of chills, resulting from overwork. He

world at one time. There nineteen Consequently a tremendous effort is being seen except on the upper Nile when the sun line dragging out heavily, and it was per- sat up all of Monday night attending to
are feet
ui_r_wuier_._. mi the,. .bar at _high_ uue. From this made bv the Police Commissioners,. who feel went down in the beginnings of a khamseen haps thirty seconds, perhaps a minute, be- enrreannndence Should not recover *\

port are shipped! immense quantities of naval that they must do something to induce him wind. The first light drifts of desert sand fore he again turned sharp and came up Democrat would be returned to his place in

stores and lumber to Europe, South Americaand to resign. But Mr. Walling is naturally a produce sometimes a similar red light from stream so rapidly that he left the line slack, the Senate, thereby leaving the Republicansbut

all other parts of the world. The trifle coy about doing such a thing. He hasa the West. As I looked down stream I sawa and when the reel began to take in the one in majority in that branch of Con-

is regularly laid out, fronting on Cumberland city nice office with a good salary, some power, sudden streak flash rather than advance slack there was no strain on it. I did not gress. The Virginia Senator has occupiedhis

Sound and Amelia River,fine broad and he of course feels! that his chances of across the glassy surface of the bay ; and know what to make of it. I thought he seat in the chamber but little of late, his
running parrallel and at right angles with I' getting a suitable exchange are more than then the water parted, and a magnificentfish was sulking on the bottom. But as I took time having been devoted principally to

each other.the central street slender. At heart the Commissioners are went out, chasing a smaller fish. His in more and more line it became evident his own private schemes. His absence has
streets running parallel to it being lettered not anxious to have him away, for he is a leap was almost horizontal. He went fifteen that the little fight was over. The fly came not been felt, however, except when a yea

while those crossing it at convenient man and he does not go furtherin or twenty feet, only a few inches above home all right. He had gotten rid of it or nay vote made his presence desirable.
right but
enforcing the law than the water before he somehow that There are now two colored
parallel' with the harbor numbered. would be agreeable struck again, head first, on turn. Republican
The population of the place, are is estimatedat to his superiors. For this reason be is rising lightly and descending lightly. He In vain all casting after that. For a half Members in the House of Representatives.

3,500 souls. This city its much more serviceable than a younger, was a clipper-built fish, made for swift travel hour 1 whipped the bay, but nothing rose. O'Hara is from North Carolina, and Small'swas

tance, not only to its owes harbor impor- more active and more positive man. At the and must have been over four, I think until at last a needlefish took the fly and this week sworn in as Representativefrom

it is also the northeastern splendid but same time, the four inspectors of police are about five feet long. I could not see any behaved as that fish always does, abomi- the Seventh district of South Carolina.,

important lines of terminus of two I wrangling among themselves as to who shall color in that light ; but it was not to be nably. He flew into the air like a bird, to succeed Mr. Mackey, recently deceased.

Transit & Peninsular railway and, viz: The Florida have the place, should Walling resign. It doubted that he was a tarpon, known sometimes stood up on his tail on top of the water, and Democratic testimony as to the negro out-

Jacksonville Railroads. Fernandina & is very likely that Inspector Murray will as the Silver King.I whirled around, danced and waltzed. Fora break has been the feature of the Danville
one management, the office roads of are under get it, as the Democrats will insist upon it. had been casting with a light line, an two-pound fish this animal is a monsterof investigation during the week, many colored

printendent )Ir. D. E. Maxwell general sup- He is one of the most active, though unob- old one at that. The sight of this superb iniquity on a fly rod. No skill can do voters giving reasons for siding with white-

Jacksonville) and that of the being at trusive members of Tammany Hall. The I animal, on the feed, would have roused the anything with him, and if you hook one property holders against the Mahone con-

senger agent, Mr. A. 0. general pas ablest man in the Department is Inspector ambition of any angler. But what was one you have only to wait till he stops his tingent. It is said Senator Sherman is going -
nandina. This city contains at Fer- Byrnes, the Chief of the Detective Bureau, to do with an eight ounce rod, in a tide-way, maniacal behavior. He is a long, slender, to call another battalion of Readjuster '

very handsome a number of but the argument will be used against his and the whole Gulf of Mexico before him ? silvery fish, with small scales, and is said to witnesses to the inquiry.The .

blocks, and some residencesa neat church few edifices.fine business advancement that he cannot be, spared from I had in my pocket n salmon line and reel, be uneatable. Postal Telegraph bill is nearly readyto .

One of the leading attractions his present post. I suppose the upshot of which I had found among my tackle, and Then quiet came. I sat silent and drifted be reported and a new measure, to be introduced -

is its superb hotel of this city the whole affair will be that Walling will pocketed as an extra line in case of accident.It down stream on the last of the ebb. Occa- soon, provides for the appointment

mon t.This. the widely known Eg- apply for and receive six months leave of ab- took five minutes to change my reel, and I sionally a large fish, mullet probably, would by the President, with the advice and

is one of the sence. During that time the whole affair put on' a new leader with one tail fly. The go into the air and fall back with a loud consent of the Senate, of a commission to
ted hotels, in the entire and best conduc will have blown over. twilight is here very short. It was alreadymore plash. All the time the voices of mockingbirds consist of seventy six persons, two from ,

'l>!Jrll"VI.;.). ___ .. South. Its spacious Trout fi liincr- opened. in u_ --.0 Lon _Toloiwl_.__ 'nn'''. moonlight than twilight. Four times came ill soft tiifflit sonS out of the each State and of different parties, for the

are all handsomely recepUon,]dining and ana guest rooms Tuesday last, but as the weather had been while I was changing, I had seen shoals of groves. Then the flood began to make, andI purpose of proposing to the various states

e1, and its is luxuriously furnish extremely cold up to the morning of the 1st small jack-fish go into the air as if a large drifted up stream. John went to sleep in the propriety of calling a convention of at .

pared h, the highest menu elaborate and pre- of April, the catch was poor, and the fish as fish were under them, and at the moment I the bow of the boat. The moon had con- least two-thirds of the States, to propose

l1idepiazzas style of art. a rule were small and light in weight. At was ready for a cast such a shoal burst out verted the landscape, always a pleasant one, amendments to the Constitution.

first and second floors surround the house at the the Southside Club, the members had great about two hundred feet away. .' Back down into one of paradise. Suddenly! the call ofa

flits the sunlight. A and every room ac- sport. Prominent among' those who cast toward them, John, I said, and sent cock with a trumpet voice rang out, and a Florida Prult and Vegetables in New
with orange and palmetto park, filled the fly was ex-Secretary of the Navy George I longer and longer casts that way. Again, hundred others answered. It was not morn- Jor7c.NEW .

d c.,and termed trees, shrubbery, M. or rather Secor Robeson. He looks as not seventy feet off the jack-fish rose, fifty ing. Far from it. It was half past 9 o'clock. YORK, April 5, 1884.

directly opposite the the orange hotel and palmetto is for park the ,is hale and hearty as in the days when he was of them. My fly fell among them, a pound The roosters crow in Tampa every eveningat port Receipts via Florida of Fruit Dispatch and Vegetables Line week at ending this

use of the guests. exclusive "the ruler of Uncle Sam's Navee." He is fish, took it. I threw my rod back, seized that hour. It's an odd custom, whollynew to-day, 2086 packages Fruit 1045 Vegetables.

In Miort this hotel about as pretty, graceful and expert a fly the line, hauled him in and unhooked him, to me. I wonder if it is purely local. Southern Express Company, 45 packagesfruit

) and is has all the modern iniKovement. caster as there is in the club, a thing one and cast again. Then as my fly came home "Go home, John," I said, and John woke 2,000 vegetables. Totals, 2,230 packages -
:Fruit '
ably conducted by that 3,045 vegetables.
\ es1 crie need and would hardly expect from so portly a man. I saw two waves, parting at a point, and the and rowed homeward, singing as he rowedall

I propietor, Mr. Geo.popular W. Kittelle.hotel 1 manager This and ; That he is a Jerseyman is easy to see, for point followed the fly, and the waves rose 1 sorts of dialectic passages, unintelligibleto Oranges do Messina Florida,, $3.50$3.00 to to1.00"$5.50 per box."

; : (is also gentleman he is extremely fond of cider. He drinks it till they: were eight or ten inches high, and my uneducated ears. do Valencia$6.75to$0.25 case.

. \ r large and proprietor elegant of the Baldwin, a mixed with bitters, which removes the acidity the angle almost overtook the fly as I felt Tampa is a good place for one to go who Strawberries Florida, 20 to 50 h .

J. which hotel at Beech Haven and gives a sort of aromatic after-taste to the touch of the fish. I struck hard, and he seeks all sorts of experience in fly fishing. I Charleston 25 to 35 >
J- ; will open in June, next. ) Green Peas, $1.50 to $2.50 cratCIdo
Ir.j I it. turned
ltele\ publishes a with a mighty swirl. have never found a spot, on salt"ater, Sav. $1.00 to $2.50 ,. h
Ical very interesting histor- ---. --- where so .and such hsh would
sketch In less many strong ,
of than two seconds there do Florida. 25 to 50
Amelia One of the best were a hundred -
Island in
lIa and Fernandi- very Florida is take the fly. A day's fishing there will be h..
'pamphlet the and fifty feet of line out: The reel education in New York String Beans, 75 to $3.00 .
\\"hith form with illustration, Egmont, at Fernandina, so carefully an to a tyro.W. Tomatoes, $3.00 to $5.00 "
r?t may be hadly addressing him at the managed by )Ir. George W. Kittelle, who not whizzing ; it was just one clear ring or Journal of Commerce. Cabbage, ", $3.00 to $3.50 per bbhSquash .
r loft\ whistle. The ------------ "
, until May the will next summer have control of swiftness of that fish was $1.25 to $150 crate.
1 lllont lrtt 1884. The E-. a fine The bill for the retirement af the trade
hotel Was so named after the countess new: seaside hotel at Beach Haven, X. J.= something terrible., '. Of course I gave him dollar has passed the House: of Representatives. C. D. OWENS, ..

Hotel Reporter. the free reel but suddenly stopped. felt .J" .....>"t."\,. ,'i.' .. _: General Agent. I, ,

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:' { = j MEETING IN frINTEll..f* ."".. '//"Imust take' ""care. not" >>'t to'let"'4... that Fisher/" '\.But:if anything of the sort I I gun t;, he"was. ',: to get for me, and 0'so I-I before/' arid he had answered, Honor -

", ,1'1" : j boy go too far, '' Nina reflected when happens again may I',be tarred and !.;didn't write. I thought I'd surprise bright, old chap ; you may trust to
,, Winter in the world it i ilC : '' he'd the
; think I thought me, keep matter dark
.' Round about the unhoped,kiss '' he had gone. feathered.." To ever you. ; only
::',' Whose : Round about the longing sore, flitted across it as she assured herself to this day Nina is jealous of her. child. What silly thing I am", she Doady Doane for telling him last
That the touch of thee burn shall turn that ten 'minutes with Rowley would i The luncheon took a long getting said. ," I was,afraid something, had night at dinner that she was going to
Into joy too deep to make her forget the very existence of through. Then it ,was discovered, that happened. play propriety to a friend that gay
Round thine eyes and round thy mouth, the his around her for He hated a lie without a
of the south Teddy. Poor infatuated boy everybody was going same way, Rowley put arm reason ; andas
:' ... Passeth When ray no lips murmur a little while Possibly Mrs. Dacres's'vel vety and it ended with two hansoms being though she was laughing, her voice. it seemed to him he'd gone quite
Leave thy quivering tender smile, brown eyes would have opened a trifle called. Miss Fisher and Nick Wal sounded like crying all the time. far enough in that direction, this
i As we twain, hand holding stand. hand wider could she have followed the foot- cott got into one, Captain Rowley and Under other circumstances he might would serve as a capital peg to ham
.1! ,. Once again together steps of her devoted admirer. Teddy, Doady Donne occupied the other. have been more struck with the little a quarrel on. "

:;';:. ;:f Sweet For the is that white,as drift all is shalt sweet thou; meet wise in his generation, made the pro- How tiresome the sun is ; let me embarrassment which she could not Shall we say good night ? '' said

I Kind and cold-cheeked and mine own, vision of a consolation a matter of put,up your parasol !I"' said our friend perfectly control, but at that momenthe Bella.
',' .:, Wrappedabout with deep furred gown principle. Matters: turned out as he Rowley, with evident anxiety to screen was not quite himself either. That "Do you want to get rid of me ?'

: .'.', ij t Then In the the broad-wheeled north shall spare chariot us :not ; promised, and he only picked up his her ; but Doady begged he wouldn't impudent Doady Doane had played a No-no." "
,," The wide reaching waste of snow grievances against Nina the next day trouble. shameful hoax on him-had actuallyhad Oh, I see you do, and he held
,, : ,i. .: Wilder, lonelier yet shall grow when he was urging her that they I don't mind the sun a bit, she the audacity to declare that she out his hand to her.
!,::' As the reddened sun falls down, in the least had his wife Nina Mrs. Dacres Good-night she began
But the warders of the town should go to his room and have tea. said.'r And I'm not seen trying to
+ .;' When they flash the torches out After that the question of the tea afraid of any one seeing me, because in Teddy Vere's hansom The bare hold herself very severely, and let
., O'er the snow amid their doubt, became a question of who should be evidently since you've married you'vegrown notion made him furious, and-though this little adventure be a lesson to you.
'...r. And their eyes at last behold so very respectable.'' telling himself all the while that he All's well that ends well, but remember -
red-litten hair of gold conqueror.
i ::1 Shall Thy they open, or in fear ; If I give in again, I'll be hanged, '' Confound her, ejaculated Row- did not believe it-until he had found all doesn't always" end so. "
1'v.. Cry"Alas! What cometh here? said Teddy to himself, and he broughtto ly mentally, and he congratulatedhimself Nina seated with her friend, it was Quite true, he said, feigning to
:-. .. Whence hath all the come world this undone Heavenly 1"One bear the various resourses he was on the emptiness of London, impossible to feel any security. have listened penitently. By-the-
; To tell of master of with such effect that Nina resolving to keep his head well back 44 Pon my life, it's too bad !*' he was way, would you mind repeating that

'f:i i-:, They shall street.litten open, and scantily we shall see was fairly beaten, and confessed to her- and sit a little on one side as they saying mentally. same little sermon to our friendly Row
f. : ', By the long long stream of light before self that it served her righthe's went through Picadilly. "Hang the While these reflections occupied his ley ?-it might be of service to him.
t 'I" ,':j': The guest's hall's half open door; been allowed to go too far, and this is fellow, he's run into another hansom !I" mind he was giving scraps of news to What do I mean ? -oh, nothingonlythat
n I : : j, ',' And As we our reach horses the place bells shall of peace ceaseIt' ; the upshot of it." "Why, if it ain't Teddy Vere. Oh Nina, and answering :Mrs. Chetwode, one good turn deserves another."

: i' Thou shalt tremble, as at last She made these reflections, however, my !" ejaculated one feminine voice who was frankly saying that she hadn'ta Temple Bar.aROOERIES.
',4 I, The won) threshold is o'er past, with a face that told no tales, steppedinto shrilly, while from under a red para- morsel of dinner to give him.
'j 4! And the firelight blindeth thee ; another Row- But I don't want I've only AND PROVISIONS.
: Trembling shalt thou cling to me a hansom with a pretty air of be- sol, still open, groaned, any ;
: -.{; As the sleepy merchants stare ing overruled by a will stronger than ley 1 it can't be Oh,what will becomeof just had a most enormous luncheon. "
: cold hands slim and fair, Luncheon Where !I"
; At thy her own, and only insisted on keepingup me ?
Thy soft eyes and happy their lips her ungainly sized parasol because Self-preservation is the first law of Why, my dear, at the station-
Worth all lading of ships.
'j. the sun in one's eye is so disagreeable. nature ; the woman who hesitates is ham, beef, beer you know-veal pie
:;., : 0 love, how sweet and sweetr' "
my "
had -that o'
"', That first kissing of thy feet ." lost. Before another minute pass- sort thing.
When the fire is sunk glow Now, as chance would have it, in- ed Nina was out of one cab and into Rowley! how could you You'llbe
"" .. And the hall made empty now stead of fishing in the country, Captain another close by. awfully ill, you know.
h:1: j Gruweth solemn, dim and vast! Rowley Dacres was spendingthe Drive off as fast as you cannever Not a bit of it, not I. I" -but
,,I i, i 0 my love, the night shall laslLong'er ". I '
than men tell thereof day in London. Circumstanceshad mind where I'll tell you when we at this moment rat-tat-a-tat-tat went ,. J _I'_ ,
:J. 'f Laden with our lonely love! brought him to town early in the get further on, and five minutes later the knocker. ; ,
,,', William Morris, in Illustrated Jlugazine.w' morning ; but, to his discredit do I tell she CJ gave thefcabman{ the address .Oh I! agony:-!there wasn't a doubt : .:;", _:
it, he hated shopping, and hadn't Ni- of Mrs. Chetwode's house. this was Teddy !
OUT OF THE SEASON. na told him in every letter she sent Bursting into the room, she cried : ,' I say, what a game-here another

'. .1 But why not? There isn't a soul that she was with the dressmaker eve- Oh Bella, such a horrible thing has i visitor !" remarked Captain Dacres

J left in London-who's to see? What ry hour of the day ? During those occurred Do help me. And she cheerily.
; i i : harm is there in it ?" few months they were engaged, what a told her the whole story. One who is expected, I shouldn'twonder.

', 0 none of course-a cup of tea is a I purgatory he had'gone through. He Mrs. Chetwode said something by ; Mrs. Chetwode, as usual,

:: : :I cup of tea, and whether you drink it was a lover t.hen-he was a husbandnow way of calming her, and then she rang rose equal to the emergency. We : WH HLALE L AND RtiTAlt? i .
well let the cat out of the
here or there, what matteronly! and he whistled the air of a pop- may as M ,
'.' well, the thing I think of is, would ular tune known by the name of Not Tell Martha to go to Mr. Dacres', Nina and tell him. We've got. a O --- ,
I "' mind? for Joe. and say she will not return to dinner, young man coming to take us to the P '
,' t Rowley" Mind his own business, I should The first few bars had but just escaped I've prevailed on her to stop with me. play, *' and turning to :Martin she a 0

J",r 4 rather That's what they have to him, when who should he stum- Now, my dear, we must trust to Prov- said : Show him into the boudoir if r---, ,, -
:' swear to do in the marriage service, ble across but an old chum, Nick "Wal- dence to help us through. that's Mr.: Vere. I O
':' haven't they ?" cott, who gave a mysterious wink of But suppose he saw me?" :Mr. Vere What, Teddy Here, I

'. .', ;::", The lady to whom this question was his eye, saying," All right old fellow, '; Oh, no; we'll suppose he didn't see stop. I'll open the door !" exclaimed" A. B. NOTES, O
somewhere and I'll take and I think trust Teddyhe's Rowley, hastily. Don't you go.
addressed, Mrs. Rowley Dacres, shook I'm going you ; you may ""'
got his head screwed on the l{ But why ?" interposed :Mrs. Chet- 1"4d
She w
fi': her head reprovingly. was young you. .ttI' -DEALER 13?-
and Vere The somewhere proved to be a small right way. wode amazedly.
:j and very pretty ; Teddy was -
:' : not averse to seeing; her make a pretense bijou residence in the neighborhood of Nina wiped away the tears which "Because its interrupting you so S6 SP
i Family Supplies
;' of being angry. Thurloe Square ; and arrived at the had flowed over. awfully in your dinner. No, no, we'llgo VIM ,

'i: 'i,i 11 Don't let me hear you speak so door, it suddenly struck Rowley who I didn't care for Teddy. What up stairs"together-it'll be' all right
'4wz l flippantly of matrimony, she began lived there. could a boy like that possibly be to you'll see. HEAVY GROCERIES, =

': severely; and for your future edification Oh come, I say, he began, drawing me. Why, of course I love Rowley I'm not going to leave them to-

:' ''of' it is not the man, but the wo- back a step or two, "I don't half dearly-more than I could tell you. ether. Teddy, called out :Mrs. Hay and Grain !
man who swears to obey. I think this'll do. I'm married now, you And to think I should risk it all in hetwode, come in here. Have' you o r.n

,; -; .. Then why in heaven's name don't see, and I've given up this sort of so- this stupid way. Oh! it's my abomi- brought tickets for the Comedy ? ;
"< t' ". do as I bid you ?'' ciety. nable vanity, that's what it is. Aunt, Tickets, eh ?" H $&- SHIP STORESQ

!: "1 L' you" As you bid me Come, that's Nick looked at. him with an air of Jane always said It would be my ruin, Oh, it's no use disguising ; we've""No Z ::
and it will be-after this no !1"' broke in Rowley, not a
a rather strong form, I must say injured surprise. so you see, H Furniture .
.t I '' will believe of bit. I know all about it, old fellow
i You're not Rowley, are you ? What do you mean ? he asked. Rowley anything me. ; M
J' a '' No, worse luck for me, I'm not," There's nothing against Miss Fisher Oh, Bella, what shall I do ? I shall they've told me what you've come to E5 Stoves j r;
: t and the good looking fair face put on that I know of. Rowley hastened to die. do-I'll go with you. By Jove, capi- g r.L
a .. .such an intensely woe-begone expression disabuse any prejudice against :Miss I Well, my dear, it's the best thing tal idea Ha, ha l'J Paints, .:

.; '.. that the resolution of the beholder Fisher. Only, don't you know, women that could happen to you if you are. Oh,it must be the beer, thought O Crockery, N
.. : get an idea, and though my little going to behave in this absurd man- Nina. '
) : ;; 'y:' gave Poor way.boy it really was dreadfully wife's the best sort 'in the world, if she ner. If I am to help you, it's not by Mrs. Chetwode, I'm awfully sor- cc Hardware, p M

t ', unlucky that he should be so desperately got scent that I'd been lunching withan letting you sit there and cry ry, '' began Teddy, but do you know, __ Willow-Ware. :! ==
l' : ':', ;' in love with her, more especially actress instead of going straight off What do you wish me to do ?" I've made such a mess about the Com- 'I.,.
: |' since Rowley had taken to be absurdly to her, there'd be the very deuce to To dry your eyes and come down edy ; they ain't playing that piece at :. I, r
'I, t :w; ;, jealous of him, as if-now that she pay. with me to dinner and chat away as all there now. I hope you'll both forgive o ; .
: i '.. was married-she could ever think Fiddle de dee besides how is she we always do. If your husband was me. M rH
seriously of anybody. Only after to know? who's to tell her ?" And going home Martin will bring back How tiresome (t'' What a naughty o ..

;. ,.' .::: you'd been brought up-to JL cut -your before there was time to answer, a vig- word that he. is there. or....else he will boy -you: are !I" said Bella.'' Nowthere" -- .
\ to the bell. here and fetch nothing for us to do. c.J
well orous pull was given you.
teeth, as one might say-fhrilllg,
I ,, >',, t'' it was j just a little bit hard to give it Confound this fellow ; I wish I had 11 You took the message?" Mrs. Nothing to do," said Rowley. rrlc1; &1 t Law &1 thc; tot Er
all up at twenty-three. What more gone straight off to Nina. What a Chetwode asked, as the two ladies descended Not a bit of it ; we ain't going to be <
I ', +, natural than that when she came to fool I am !1"' These were the bitter re- to dinner. stumped for one failure ; well go
flections of Dacres. Yes ma'am. somewhere-where shall it be, Nina,
I .': ; town for a few day's shopping Teddy Captain ,
,:: should offer to act as escort to her ? It ",Good gracious on me Captain Really ; Nina, I ought to have or- eh?" ,
; ,' was such a pleasure to ,him, poor fel- Dacres !1"' said Miss Fisher. "What a dered a better dinner for you. Any place you like, dear, so longas : ,. 1: ;:
.i low: And as there wasn't a single time it is since I've seen you, to be "Oh, I'm not a bit hungry. I am with you, the big brown "; M'
l S '' i : soul left to see them, what harm could sure ; I took it for granted'you were But you ought to be, after going eyes seemed to say ; and Rowley, look- : .. ii 'j

.. there be ? dead. about so much as \ve, have to-day., By-I ing back again, thought, And I .' rl7S'.t, :-
i r" i ':'_ ,',...' ":;".. Notwithstanding, the lady never Dead !I" repeated Nick Walcott. : the-by how did you decide about could not doubt her-bless her heart, \ ... ,';o .

{t' ,'' .:" !Jfcl lost sight of propriety-Garden was "Why, he's married ; didn't you I that hat I saw ? Do you think it will the darling !1"' while Nina kept repeating :". .' ;': always near enough for her to be able know ?" suit you ? Describe it to me. "This will be a lesson for me as ,, :-J.\<...., ",
!' : It '! : to say, u I've my maid with me. *' Oh, it's about the same to me," Forced to answer, Nina was trotted long as I live. Never again, no more : '" : ." ,
: i Now it happened that on the previous laughed the lady, and then she called, by her friend from one subject of toiletto flirtation-never, never, never !1"' .; d:!'
.. evening Teddy had shown visible Doady I say, come in here-there's a the other, until there came a thun- Later in the evening Nina and Row- '.: : ':'f
I 'j j f I ; signs of becoming unruly. He didn't surprise for you. '' dering knocking at the door. ley went off together. '
', see why he should be sent away. Why And in answer to the summons a Dear bless me !1Vhat a late vis Are we to follow the turtle doves ?
could he not stop-stop and have din- young lady appeared who threw her- itorVho! can itTae ? :Martin, just said Teddy, with,sarcasm. I -

1 ., .". ,, nerwith her? self into a dramatic attitude, exclaim- go out and look-never mind the "As you please, said Bella, but
,, ',; "Why 1 Because in the first place, ing. "What Captain Dacres Well, I door, '' and Mrs. Chetwode jumped up it doesn't in the least matteryouknow A B. XOYES
: : it wouldn't do ; and in the second-I never Why-who'd a thought of see- and stood so that she could hear the inquiry I've a scolding in store for you, (Successor to "". A. S Aa Boas )

:, forgot though,," she said ; "being a ing you !1"Certainly" 4; "Is Mrs. Dacres here ?" Teddy ?" Wholesale and RetailDealer in
;'; man, I ought to have! reversed: the orderthere's it was not Captain Dacres Yes, sir ; the ladies are at dinner. No, not now, and he held up his GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES,
<:_\ : nothing to give you. who had anticipated that pleasure, for "Oh !Ah, !I" hands pleadingly. ,
'} r N.;:= That don't matter, said Teddy, while responding with the best gracehe Captain Dacres, is that you ?" Yes,but you've been most imprudent CHOICE WINES .VXD LIQUORS: HAY,GRAIN.
h: ': /i heroically" I don't care what I could command to the chaff and Bella had run out to meet him, Whata and it's by the greatest luck in Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
1 "',- :, eat. banter which began to be darted at surprise Nina, fancy, here's your the world that Rowley did'nt see you. Steamboat Landing,

.,;:': ; Oh, don't you; but I do-you him, he was consigning! :Miss Fisher, husband, dear,," and she preceded If he had, it would have been any- FERXAXDIX.'LOP.IIL\.
-, (:-_, > might be wanting to eat me/1 and more especially the effusive Doady, Rowley back into the dining-room. thing but pleasant for Nina. '* Owner and Agent for Schooner .'i'It.- ('.
tr ,:{.,_ Teddy threw a look intended to convey to every depth between this world and "Rowley! For her "life Nina H'm "! '' and Teddy gave his nosea Evans. Special rates for Merchandise<< m
: '. that he could conceive no more de- the one below: couldn't say more-very atom of color screw. He was terribly tempted to large quantities. Compa
.}!; for Hazard Manufacturing
l ,-;::.. : licious morsel. The announcement of luncheon open- had forsaken her. tell what. he looked on as the very best ny's Agent CHAMPION BARBED WJI}-the
;''', '. There, there, say good-by and go ed amore cheerful vista.I Here I My dear child, have I frightened joke in the world-only-well-=-no--: best in the world. :
; ", and I must make the best of it ? I'm but I found after better not and Agent for B.AVERY'S CELEURATKP
: ,away, do !! she cried. Teddy was am, you so sorry, perhaps ; as Rowleyhad
; j" ,'>,\r':'" : ... .forced to obey her command that he : thouwht.Rowley, following,in company all I had to come to town. Carne has whispered at the door, Teddy, I PLOWS Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSONVILLE.
i '' 1 <,:, < should.take his departure. with ioady Nick Walcott and Miss made. such an awful mess about the. say,' not a word about having seen me '*>
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ing, every mine that is opened ; eYer.htI. MIGHTY IxTKREsriso RF.-\DISG.-Fr'Jlll ; '
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fWRII\ POEMS BY R. O. DIEMS-JACKSONVILLE I.that is erected-in a word every enterprise the 1st of January, 1884, to the 1st of Jan- r REAL ESTATE. : I ,', I, ..', .:. f'', ,. J",''f. '. .

TIMES-ONION PBIKT-PUBLISHED that gives mechanical employment to 'our uiry, 1885, we are to have an interesting I. ,. ", .. ,, .1-0/ .
: !
succession of .. r.. __
stirring events uf'which : '' ,,"' -1 i. (; "
FOR TIlE AUTHOR. people tend every :
to the
promote interest ;
common one will wish to hear. Two military campaigns ... :::: >. : ;ti iti ; ...
of Poems has 'been laid ; ;K ;'"'- : ". v ,
volume on that .
especially of '
This ,the farmer, by increasingthe are at present in progress-that'of El : 'n r ...'>1." t -' :' Y:' '"

our desk. We have raid a portion of the demand for what he has to sell.Anew impulse iMahdi in the Soudan:) and of the French in &- rl' :-,...-_..'...'. ... '"- ,_,r.,, .,'. :,. ,,' .--
principal poem Eloise and Roxemo has been given to agricultural inter- Tonqnin-both of which are approaching ;J':' .':_': : :,' i-'," :.<';" .' .' THE FLORIDA ".*;
,the critical point. The next session of Par- 1:' ,:':.--.fJ; ?'+ -:. ';:.>'.,;L .):;.!;, .q; ,-(\, ,.
has its scenes laid in the ancient cityof ests of the South and
which to make this industry liament is to beiinarked, ucording; to the announced .." "- : .
St. August'06Don Roxemo was uncle permanently prosperous: labor must be diversified purpose of Mr. Parnell, by a bitter .- : 1 rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COM AXY. ,

in-law with the fair Eloise who reciprocatedhis and all other avocations made to struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel j ., "

passion. Elcuerbo a Spanish general, keep pace :with that of farming.-Memphis cede their to English Ireland and some Scotch measure colleagues of hothe to-rule.con- .,, .. Fernandina, -

in command of fort San Marco, was also a Appeal. In default of this, Mr. Parnell promises to .. ,

suitor. Don Pedro the uncle of Eloise, approved employ his following to so obstruct the : <1' xir; \:/\ Towns on R. R. Line.

Iloxemo's suit, and favored El Cuerto FLASH LITERATURE.It transaction of parliamentary business as to :; -. .

,called in the poem Perdido. Perdido had did not need the vigorous protest of Stephen's render the intolerable.presence;' of Irish This members at St. ,! ; ',.. "t" ; ; : ; And Cedar Key.

Ora. who acted as his accomplice in Anthony Comstock to call public attention a succession of programme insures ; ,
sister exciting : ;; .
a to the pernicious and scenes in Par- !>:> : ; \ : -
the hand( of Eloise.This widely extended l influence liament. The reform ,
]attempt; to secure of Hash literature the of new bill which )[r. i.
upon youth ,
perfidious sister induced Eloise to go within the country. For the past year every news- sion Gladstone of 1884 proposes, will to also carry! doubtless during the ses- '.t"t'.. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

i the fort San Marco, when she was impris paper in the land has had to bear witness to i general interest in the United excite ',,' ;,

oned. A brave and gallant Captain De Mi- the this folly and crime that are the fruits of as throughout the British' empire.States, as Vastly well .:1,., ;' ;, number of the most eligible and desirable
infaniy. The villainous stuff that is
interposes to rescue her and was over.powered by more interesting to American readers will be Lots suitable for
ran spawned and Business
cheap :
greedy publishersand : the discussion to take place at ,' ,.5 \ ;: l' Purposes, or for
and the is made to tickle adolescent Washingtonwithin ,- ."' :
poem says readers and the next few months """ : ". %' i'i11"k, >, ,- .
over ; ; '
own .
stimulate Suburban
their worst passions is probably :- City or Residences,
.. Within the )precincts of San Marco's fort doing more than all other permissible social the reform present hill. Congress The Republican me1lbers'of !::" ;: 'L, ,. .-

lurked deep in the wall a secret cave, influences to neutralize the work of are'opposed to tariff ,. .
Men parents: reform. The ; '
teachers, legislators milt Democrats, it is said, are '- ,..., ;1 ; UPON EASY TERMS. '
cliaucbeis opening to the Court preachers. The divided the ,
1Vithulte- majority of them favoring, the
poison streams out in all directions. It i is .
murmuring;, silence reigns: as from minority opposing it. Which will get the : : :
taken stealthily into the home and : : Liberal Discounts Values
the upper hand? Will the hirh; -tariif Democrats r ,, on < allowed to
the "ravc. workshop; it makes crime heroic ; it teaches cooperate with the tT
Republicans to maintain
Tile 11I011 hteri II arbor did a blessing crave, that disobedience to authority is manly the present absurd law ? Or will the Democrats .... parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
Hid terrible to hear and O aboveTo and brave; it throws a sickly charm about net together, und send -
a reform tariff
be therein when not a breath stirs save bravado)(} recklessness and vice ; it, destroys bill to the Senate:; which the Senate will de- .! .rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

The lunging sigh, the deep-drawn heavy that respect for the person which civ- cline to'pass? Every step of the
ilization has been nearly two centuries erty purchased substantial
moan trylug in the Capitol at Washington will be watched improvements
Of him walled in by everlasting stone. to foster, and it condones violence by with lively concern all the
mixing it Up with melodramatic} pathos. and by the time over country, for residence, or in which, to conduct their
Within that secret cave deep In the wall The immediate outcome of this: evil Congress adjourns the pub- Florida Lands.
may lic mind will
The! noble gallant De Mirau was cast, be seen in theorganization ofinfantilecrime. ripe for the opening of a business.
When he would rescue Eloise did fall A few vvoplcs Presidential. campaign! which, it is safe to
_. .. .. ago n. fm of iuvenile dog. ,
win exceed
JJefore 1'.'ruiuu5sla1'' mat. round him peradoes was broken up' in' the"western part; say since warmth The any ot its predecessors INDUCEMENTS TO..MANUFACTURERS -
meeting of the
massed! of this State. The culprits were not fatherless Maryland Legislature at
There was he! bound with stubborn iron !!waifs, but the children of well-to-do and 2d of January, and the reassembling Annapolis on of the the by: exemption for a term of years from

bands respectable parents. The other day we had Baltimore City Council later in the The Peninsular I-[ =:::
And in the dungeon leftfor breath to gaspIn the same news from Quincy, where a secret mouth, will prove also events of same taxation, offered by the several cities and
agony to ache nor move his hands organization of children was discovered interest. But
supposing the
That would loosed) at brain born phantoms which was trying to make petty larceny he- citizen concerned about none of existence these of a AND towns. Apply to .

grasp. roic, according: to the flash standard; Laterwe still he will need to read The Sun for things, CHAS., W.. LEWIS,
Which waiting: seemed his tortured soulto are startled to hear from Philadelphia ofa of the thousand and news '' Fernandina.
clasp. : lad in an infant school who when reprimanded interest that so far to one make other events the of Tropical| Florida Office. cog-Beach 1C.7tlcsts- I
"11':1l1ell in by solid graves and left to die b'y his teacher drew a revolver on rent history go of the world. The up cur- L' S f

Methinks I hear his chains now gratingrasp. her, and when the trustees examined the : one of rapid movement,and the citizen period who is
scholars they captured no less than j seven RAILROAD ) .
does not take a paper is sure to be left be COMPARES .
Against the walls that round about pistols. All this affords amusement for the hind. If a man
ever means to subscribe fora ,
him lie! unthinking, but it is sad for the reflective
very paper, now is the time, before the actorson r, ,"
0, tell it you who will; not more his woe man, for it shows how directly opera- the world's ARE
stage during the 1884 OFFERING .,
shall I. tive for practical evil are those influences have taken their places and year LAND'S IN THE :
begun to
The hero of the dark dungeon in the old which we affect to despise.-New York Times their parts. "When it becomes a question play of COUNTIES OF CURTIS
ct; CO.
fort is thus ascertained to be DeMirau, whois -- ----- --- securing a reliable newspaper, which will
VALUE OF COTTON SEED.---It is only during contain nil the news
left to pine and die there. The poet also the past eight or ten that succinctly expressedand REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
years our planters! fairly reported, the proper course to ALAOHU
Jeans Eloise in the prison, engaged in painting have regarded cotton seed as not a nuisance. pursue is plain : take The Sun. A:1 ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA

pictures of her lover Roxemo. The For almost a hundred years they have been

poem is intended to be a philosophicalepic. raising it without finding its value, and PUTNAM:1 Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges -*
have discovered scarcely half its true proper THE SUN, effected.Mill .

ties. Besides the cotton seed oil, cake, meal Published daily except Sunday. Ctna. TYktiTn Into. from_. __n, O_,_') _fn_ni__. *./-. A

--- --.- etc._ _,,'of-__which____ _' we_ know_ ,.there. are "hundreds.. : LEARION:1 acres Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS 1)1 Ullier prUUUCIS not yet 111 general USO that THE acres, for sale.
4 It is singular fact that most of the immigrants can cotton be seed obtained oil of from it. By clearing the PEOPLE. SUIMIT-EIIR: ANDHERNANDO N. B._"St. Mary's having been selectedas
gluten narafflne it -- the terminus of the Atlantic
locating in the South arc farmers. proves a valuable lubricator; bleached and Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably Canal (under the survey made for Mississippi Govern- .

They eschew the cities and towns in search purified with care, it is indistinguishable Cash in advance-Postage Free: ment by General Gillmo're), charters for the
offanns. from olive oil ; for making fine toilet soaps construction of which been
Immigrantsaregenerallycomposed I it has no superior ; a good miners' oil can be One Year...........$0.00 One Month.....SOCts. by the United States Government having and granted
of adventurers in search of any sort of employment produced from it ; it is of value in pharmacy Six Months....... 3.00 Three Weeks3S Cts. AT PRICES FROM Legislatures of Georgia and Florida the

But those now hunting homesin : of wide use in arts ; made into butter Four Months.... 2.00 Two Weeks..2o Cts. increase in the value of adjacent lands, a large

the South are generally hardy, industrious and lard ; employed as a salve, pomade and Three Months.... 1.50 I One Week.....13 Cts. be confidently looked for." (See New York may
soap, and used for cooking purposes. Whenwe Two Months..... 1.00 I $1.25 Sun, 27-3-83.)
farmers who have to $10 Acre.
enough capital to buy add to this that the hulls are good to feed SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts per
comfortable homes. This is a favorable sign, to cattle, or can be made into the best paper

for it is unqestionably true that agricultureis stock, we see that this one single article I I THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. ZDO'W'S

the most important interest in yields the greatest variety of products. And All these
society.It lands in
yet we must feel that all the possibilities of A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in are the central JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS
is the principal source of production, cotton seed have
not been
yet discovered.--- Compact Shape.
peninsular of the
and is therefore the basis of all other interestsIt Age of Steel.GOOD -- portion State, and

supplies the raw material fora large pro- $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 I within fifteen miles of Railroads in but NOT contains AN ALCOHOLIC all the medicinal EXTRACT,
portion of our manufactures, and infuses life NEWS for NORTH.BOUND successful ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It

and activity into all the operations of TRAVELERS TERMS. -Invariably Cash in Advance. operation, traversing a ter- is very pleasant to take, and

commerce. It gives occupation to a larger States Postage and Free all Subscribers in the United ritory which is being more rapidly CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,

percentage of our population than all other settled'and

pursuits combined, and asks no protectionof -- developed than any other COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC ,

the government for what it produces New Montgomery RouteVIA ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE :MONTHS. part of the State. DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,

while being taxed for the benefit of other -- The of the soil
fertility accessibility -
PAINS in the
industries 1884. Premium and Bowels
and Copies
it also employs a larger 1884.

amount of capital than all other occupations GEORGIA & FLORIDA KLASD STEAMBOAT CO. For the to"Getters Baltimore Up of Weekly Clubs Sun." to the largest and best markets and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-

combined ; and yet neither demands nor ex- make these lands desira- ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy

pects protection. But while it is a cause for A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00 particularly action. Sold bv

congratulation to see the South filling up BETWEEN Sun With one an extra Oopy; of the Weekly ble for the cultivation of fruits and Centre Street PALMER, Fernandina BRO'S, Fla..Also .
with honest hardy toilers of the soil, FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH. TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 early vegetables for shipment. For Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA
other industries should not be neg- With an extra copy of the Weekly GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
lected. The South offers an inviting field -- i Sun one year, and one copy of the large and immediate profits there is without peppei. 22

for manufactures, mechanics and artisans. The Steamer St. Nicholas Daily Sun three months.FIFTEEN'COPIES in ,
If ............................ 15.00 no industry Florida equal to the
only farmers locate in our midst and immigrants .rtec With an extra of the
copy raising of early vegetables for Northern
become producers of food alone the Sun one year, and one copy of the -

supply will soon be larger than the demand. Daily Sun nine months.rHIRTY markets.

This demand COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00
can created
only by multiplying With an extra copy of the Weekly For new and descriptive circular
!! the occupations of immigrants. Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun ,

When this diversity occupation is properly =-G-;' --=--r.LEAVES : one year address

adjusted, demand for food is created CHAS. W. LEWIS
EVERY MON- Getters up of Clubs will find the above 9
proportioned to the number of laborers who and Friday! mornings, Will be mailed to all applicants and to
are made consumers instead of producers and on arrival of trains from JACKSONVILLE.. terms the most liberal that can be offered bya Land Commissioner, customers of last FREE year without ordering it.
the CEDAR KEY and WILDWOOD at 9.3U. It contains illustrations, prices, descriptions and
foundation is laid for the interchange Fernandina, Fla., directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower-
between arriving at Montgomery at 6.30 p. in.; connecting First-Class Family Journal. Seeds,Plants, etc. Invaluable to all.
Or T. M.
different RIKARDS
industries of the fruitsof there with the City Suburban Rail- .

their respective branches of the labor. way for SAVANNAH, arriving at 7.10. SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts. Ocala Florida. 38 D. M. FERR & CO.D Mlcl h.,
This interchange is what makes the barter Leave SAVANNAH every Tuesday,Thurs ,

and of commerce of the world. The prosperity day nandina and Saturday at 6.00 p.m.mornings; connecting, arriving with at train Fer- The safest method ottransmitting, money, } FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER t

toe farmer certainly depends upon the pre for Jacksonville,.Cedar Key and Wildwood. by mail is by check,' draft or post-office ,-. ,,d: :!z"t.4 : .. _
= ,
: :
serration *
of the relation between the difference -- = );; : ; ;;
in The Steamer David Clark order. ,.. ", FOR SALE CHEAP iTDGINGS
production and money .
consumption. If an t..J'f, ",
overproportion of the people in Will leave Feruandina every Tuesday ant: AND SLABS,
engage production Address A. S. ABELL &; Co. Publishers.SUN : ':
the Friday evening touching at Brunswick an( tll'- \ l\l 10 cents per load"
supply will exceed the demand IRON BUILDING "
Darien, arriving at Savannah the following .' '
the market for : r ,_" ''' :i,i.L ROUGH LUMBER
the productions of the soil morning. Baltimore, Md. r ,

will be depressed, and interest of agriculture Leave Savannah every Monday and Thurs- :.,,;.;;J/l-4 ..:- .' From $5 to $16 per M ft., ,

of tbeir languish. As Southerners buy most day evening day.Through arriving at Fernandina the following O. S. OAKES -. "' .:i:.' f:; -' .'" according to quality.
from other sections, and will tickets sold to New c' \ ,
York. Phila- "" / '. .->\*-*-'r ?*i&i- \J :
continue to do for there is delphia, Boston and Baltimore.For \ r $12 to $20 per M. feet.
years no danger ; : _, ,
overproduction by the farmers of the tickets and state-rooms, apply to CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, -, ..J.t..-"'; :fiJ.: ", .-:t,;"(:;j; > Orders by Telephone promptly attended to.
South. W. B. TUCKER A "V*$-f" C T "I ..1i
with But other industries should keep pace Office foot of Centre Street, Manufacturer of *.{ *" "* .** ** "'- 'i-3'j l-t 1 ??1j !%?''<*- WILLIAM\ B. C. DURYEE, :

an agricultural prosperity. Farming not Fernandina. Fla.J. c 1, Steam Saw and Planing Mill::

isolated interest. It cannot prosper A. MERCIER, FLOORING, CEILING, MOLDINGS k
Office foot Centre Street.
alone. The farming interest will languish General Passenger Agent.J. 8
unless N. HARRIMAN, Manager.OFFICES -
uphotnelmanufactures: stim- : -FOR- ,

ulatcthedevelopement of our mineral resour- Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.,Jacksonville, Fla. 3RACKETS

ces,encourage domestic and all mechanic arts Bull and Congress Streets..Savannah., Ga TURNED' BALUSTERS, , '" !i..... r- ),," ." = -
and thereby I, : LEAOHINER Y
create a demand for the farm NEWEL POSTS :
Products at home. / RS. DR. WM. BAKER'S = t-_---- =
The disposition of the l.lLIAGXETIC 1 LINIMENT : A : 1---
J : ,
now vings farms in the South :
to engage in agriculture is a favorble 1 omen No humbug.: A sure cure for Rheumatism STAIR and CHURCH WORK a SPECIALTY. :. ; i OF ALL KINDS,

j time but it that should not be forgotten at the same Nervousness, Neuralgia, Chills, Dl'afnessIalarial and Fever, Catarrl Feve Elevations and Floor Plans, with esti- 'i ',' .,: : : Go to F.MANUFACTURER. M. Robinson,

every furnace and forge and foundry Quinsv, Diphtheria, etc. Price, two dollar nates, furnished at reasonable rates.3&S :.>; :;
every wooden and cotton per bottle. For sale at 184 Duffield Streerookly : .' and DEALER,
factory ;
hop every Orders by mail promptly attended to. J', :t".it ',. \.
for ,' .
N. Y. and .
the manufacture an.J n, at Horsey:fc Co's dru. :- \; ':'\t f'\
: shoes. cloth store. Address Box 176, Fernaridina, Fla. Iddress P.O. Box,174, Fernandina, :Fla. 5 ::" ": ) L\< JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

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v V I if ALlUKOK. rise above the plane of thought'and action -I I CONSTITUTION R EV1S1OX.The j The adventures'of the detectives, I fashioned: fire-place! \ beautifully finished
,i. ,_ : LU1 11.A I which characterize their fellows. I! general concurrence in the importance robbers and murderers fill the minds with glazed tile the whole mterior! of the

.: .t:.;}. ,;_ A GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. ,...- and necessity of a Constitutional -, of youth an.i. ignorance with pictures entire hall 'being first floor comj i is heated l of hard by sti-am wood, and The

:.,ir Subscription, JS2' per. year; six months, SI. THE LOCAL OPTION L.l n" Convention may be considered I t, which stimulate the passions and sug- the rooms throughout the house have fine all

"" "l The discussion of this law. has hitherto as settling the question that an 'affirmative crime. il ventilation arrangements. Many of
:':1 Office corner Centre arid First streets,second floor. I gest its
.;.;' proceeded upon a very partial vote will ,be given when the; ques- The true legal remedy: we think is rooms are communicating and all are comfortably .
; : ; RATES
'I.: .:"a Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for knowledge of its operations. The prac- tion is submitted to the people in No- to make the vending of such books ille- handsomely furnished. Brussels -
of it is to be tested. carpet covers the entire floors, and cherry
+ each subsequent insertion. tical working yet
vember next.In gal-and the true moral remedy is to and ash compose the variety of its furni[
: :i. Special local notices, 15 cents a line its
,: Reading notices, 25 cents a line. The objections to it are partly to the meantime it is well that the furnish at an equally cheap rate inter- ture. It is lighted with gas and electric bells

". -;'.'- Special rate for time advertisements upon appli inefficiency and partly to its purposes.It best thought of the people should be esting books which will both instruct are the ever ready messengers for the accommodation -

:,.!'.' cation at the office.Communications. be assumed that there are of its guests. Tiresome stair
may given to the nature of the revision and
:''*1 jf f upon all matters of local inter comparatively few in favor of an unrestricted amuse. climbing in the Baldwin is abolished[ by
'.:: est solicited from all parts of the county end from needed. -,! This is a branch of work which commends hydraulic elevators to its four different floors.

I along the lines of Florida railways. traffic in alcoholic drinks. Under our present Constitution the itself to library associations and Fire escapes, attachments and extinguishersare
.x:. All communications intended for publication themselves would
the dealers
: Even
,.''r- should be addressed to the Editor; all business pre- power of selecting the immediate agentsof which might be the wise work of a so- amply provided. Other important features
fer that license tax should be exact- are the balconies to each of its
: to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. a the in administration of rooms on
:,'t ; letters simply people the ciety for the suppression of vice.
Wt:! J. ed. the front and its large porch 620 ft. long and

',','1' SATURDAY, AFRIL 12. 1884. their affairs extent 16 ft. wide. Its laundry, kitchen apparatus,
The local law was introducedand TIlE FREIGHTS AND FLORIDA.11W. .
'": ,.t'(. to the Executive, burdening him refrigerator and all the other appointmentsof

!., j'y.: THE ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL adopted as avowedly a law in the with a responsibility altogether too H. B." in the Savannah News a first-class house are perfect. Its sewer-
f ...,'.;.. LAW. interest of the suppression of the sale ; I says: age arrangements are complete and leave

.:-) The Cincinnati riot has called general of liquors. It was believed that in great. : It has been thought by many that there nothing to be desired. A railroad has been

,. : attention to the inadequacy of the A wise adjustment of the appointing was no necessity for the numerous railroads built by Mr.Parry, from the steamboat landing .
v of the
J most instances the requirements
,; power will be one of the first sub- that have been constructed and are now to the house, for the conveyance of the

.j ': 'I' administration of criminal l law in this law were such as would prevent any jects to be acted upon. In this connection '- being built in Florida and that they would guests by horse cars. Bathing houses sail-

.J > :, country and the facility with which one being able to obtain a license andit also there should be a thorough prove losing investments to those engaged.It ing yachts and fishing boats are ready ac

; criminals escape punishment in the that it would have that must be remembered, however that the cessories. Mr.: Geo. W. Kittelle, a practical
)'t i. was hoped local
revision of the of
t i : tJ Courts. effect. system govern- most of our productions are of a peculiar hotel man of long experience, now in chargeof

\ 'r'J ment. Our Revenue System needs a character, and that enormous yields are ob- the Egmont hotel, Fernandina :Fla., will
1 The tone of comment
: general
Its framers were not fully aware of thorough revision. Our present tained from comparatively small areas. be the proprietor of the Baldwin. He will

! 1 has been in an arraignment of the laws the petitioning power of the coloredrace very Governor Bloxham, who has investigatedthis conduct it on the American plan in a liberal
methods are just, neither to the people
: : j and of the judicial officers. or of the ease with which their subject says that it is estimated that an manner, with a view of bringing it to the

-H'i To say that the crowd which participated could be procured. The individually, nor to the State. We as- acre of oranges in full bearing will furnish front as one of the leading hotels of New-

': ,4 signatures sess property loosely and imperfectly, freight: for three car-loads, while a single car Jersey.-New Jersey Coast Pilot.
in the riot at Cincinnati were
;, law requires that a majority of the reg- and collect our taxes with little system can carry fifty bales of compressed cotton,

::: especially excited by the failure of istered voters in any election district the product of 150 acres. If this calculationbe The Confederate Home.

\ justice high ground of morality or regularity. The aggregate tax correct, it follows that 120,000 acres of The ..Union fund for the Confederate
{ upon any for license. An
shall the petition a
; levy of the State would probably not Home in Richmond has met with deserved
trees will to
' of law would be absurd. orange require as many cars
: E .: : or support in
of the
inspection petitions success. A note sympathy was at
,be burdensome if distributed equally move them as 6,000,000 bales of cotton, the once
" .i"' ThA mob was the result of a lawless the various newspapers will show that and expended judiciously.The production of 18,000,000 acres. When this evoked through the country by the announcement

'i outbreak of drunkenness passion and fully nine-tenths of the signatures are affairsis subject is fully understood it will be seen of the movement set on foot by
administration of
L f a spirit of destruction.It made who do not write county that Florida will require the services of all General Gordon in New York.
i by persons faulty. The absolute: We shall be glad[ to imitate a similar
powers movement
I is nevertheless to very of her railroads as well as of all the water
important consider -
1': '. their names but make a cross, and the given to a small body of men who are transportation that can be furnished. In through the MIRROR. There are many

t ,.i. how far there exists such a gene- presumption, is that most of this not answerable to the people, and con- ten years the exportation of fruit and vege- soldiers of both armies in this vicinity. The

: : ral opinion of the inadequacy of our class of petitioners are of the colored tables from this State will attain figures that editor of the MIRROR will begin the list with
1 1i sequently to no one, are exercised often
" his own subscription often dollars and will
legal tribunals as to furnish a pretence will be marvelous and those who are keep-
'i: 1] c unwisely and sometimes improperly. ing pace with the business are getting them- publish a list of such names as may be sent
for resort to mob violence.
Court has held not-
Supreme Upon all these subjects calm reflec- selves in readiness to meet the pressure. in.

'I! !' The whole system of criminal jurisprudence withstanding an able argument to the tion is needed before the heat of a Even now you can seldom glance at the The City Election.The .

i rests upon the trial by jury. river without election for officers for the
I I II I contrary from the very capable editorof Presidential election is us and seeing one or more steamersin municipal
Under our system as embodied in our I that discretion upon motion, while the whistles of arriving or ensuing term was held on Monday last.
the Economist, no
State Constitution it is declared that party spirit becomes predominant. departing trains are heard at all hours. The entire Republican ticket, with the ex-
Board of Commissioners .
exists in the -- --- -----
This statement presents the subject ception of one Alderman and the tie vote
: the right of trial by jury shall be secured FAILURE TO VOTE.
and that a license must be granted was elected. Outside of the rank and file of
,I to all and remain inviolate for- The entire value of correctly in the main, but we think "
\ : the provisions of the act are compliedwith. a representative the party" no enthusiasm was manifested.The .
ever. form of government consists in an the placing the product of an acre of total number of votes polled was 423.

i ; oranges in full bearing at three carloads The City Council met as a Canvassing Board
1' The law to exercise of the
appoints a judge preside We think it will be admitted that intelligent powers givento
''j is excessive. About on Tuesday afternoon and the following
< and a public prosecutor to prosecute, the citizen. For this it is altogether
:. temperance
the law has no value except as a result was certified to :
,' but the verdict rests absolutely in the and that if its necessary that some time and some at- 40,000 oranges to an acre is a fair FOR MAYOR
measure, ,
control of the jury. These jurors ,are traction should be**given t friends are satisfied that it is a failurein counting 150 to the box, would give C. A. IIa ley.........................................153
i< drawn from all ranks of society and in this would themselves tion of the agents who are to administer ,
1 respect they about car-load to the FOR CLERK :

\ ,. .:. i. 1" ,\ most of the States any man who is prefer to abandon it. the powers of the government.While a acre. Emil 0. Friend ............. ........................242

I l ': I: qualified to vote can be summoned asa to it is peculiarly the duty of those Disorderly Conduct. 'V n1. F. Wood, Jr......... .......................181
It is rather too soon now say
who the and the There is an element in our midst which FOR TREASURER:
f; juror. the number of f represent property
l ; whether it will.. diminish
.. .
of criminals sit ------ -- --- needs a much more strict control. We are Thomas Kydd (no opposition)...... ........422
If the associates may intelligence to look after the wel-
The law should
i 1 drinking saloons. constantly annoyed in our streets by the

.: on the jury is it strange that acquittals have a fair trial upon its merits. It fare of the' community by interesting conduct and language of a set of half grown R. 1.. Denefield FOR(colored MARSHAL).......:....... .........234

,. ''L" follow when personal prejudices or parr could probably be made quite effectivein themselves in the, selection boys who may be found at almost any corner R :F.Smith (colored ............................183

:' tiality constitute in so many minds commu- of the best men for office we find large cursing and chunking each other. FOR ASSESSOR :

., .: the main motive of action ? As a rule an intelligent agricultural numbers of men either too busy or too The colored people of Fernandina are, as J. H. Staycs (colored) ...........................229)
nity where the conditions of society are a rule, orderly and quiet, they are notably Romeo Denegal (colored).....................1S2:
: business and all of the more intel- careless to to the polls to cast
men different from what they are in the even go church goers and evince much religious en- FOR COLLECTOR : .

'. ligent and better class of society in Southern States.It their votes. We cannot expect othersto thusiasm, but we are afraid that their chil- C. J. Westberg.........._ ..........................28:

t.;. .: cities evade and avoid jury duty. Under is purely a social and not a political assume responsibilities which we dren are growing up very differently. We J. Meddaugh......... ..........................180
i .
council will instruct the
hope our new -
; the jealous precautions of the law There is ample time ourselves are indifferent to or neglect, police FOR ALDERMEX :
question. this and disorderly
J is to the fail obtain the best local to put a stop to profanity R. Austin...........................................237
: z J .a right of challenge given before another Legislature meets to and if we to conduct and will promptly arrest anyone G. F. Avery..........................................229Jas.McGiffin

i1i'': ',: prisoner which is often exercised by ascertain whether it is measure government by our neglect, we have guilty of such conduct. We have heard ..........................:..............'19!
f a good complaints of indecent and improper language W. Dorsey, (colored).............................217
': his counsel to exclude, from the jury for the general benefit of society or only ourselves to blame. We under- J. Fred Lohman.............. ....................207
on the streets. We have a statute ...... .. ..........207
the best citizens thus leaving a resid- stand that a considerable numberof L. Wilkinson (colored).. .....
; fails to accomplish what was expected. very .which provides, James Bush (colored)............................205
'f". ; alum of men on theJ jury who it is supposed If it is deemed a failure then the best our citizens failed to vote on :Mon- That any person who shall publicly use Paul Funke.........................................199
: be influenced confused. I would have determined utter indecent obscene Peter Williams (colored)...... ................190
may er mind of the law-makers should be invoked day when votes or any or language, Samuel Brown (colored)........................174
Very great latertude is allowed in to give us a better law. a choice, and in as much as the shall be deemed guilt of a misdemeanor, A tie vote exists between :Mr. J. Fred
and conviction thereof, shall be finedin I
.J. tr; the trial of criminal cases in the scope city government is the only portion of upon I Lohman and Larry Wilkinson, both having
a sum not to exceed twenty-five dollars,
., of investigation and advocates are per- THE EDUCATIONAL BILL, called the the organization of local governmentin drbe imprisoned in the County jail not exceeding received 207 votes. Mr. Lohman was the
: mitted altogether too much time in Blair Bill," has been passed by the which we are allowed under our thirty days in the discretion of the citizen's Republican candidate nominee.while Wilkinson was a

addresses to the jury. The consequence Senate by a vote of 33 to 11. Among present government to participate in Court." McClellan's Digest, section 8, page

: is that so much time is occu- : those who opposed the bill were the choice of, it seems strange to see : 425. Let the law be enforced on a few occa- Post-Office Notlce.Office .
r sions and the evil will be remedied. Hours-From 8:00 A. }I. to 6:00 P. M.
_i pied that it is almost ruin to a business sonIC of the purest and ablest members such apathy and indifference. Sunday hours 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.

.t;. ; man to U be caught; as the expression of the Senate. Senator Bayard -----._------ The Baldwin Money Orders and Registered Letters from
Is the name of a beautiful and costly seaside 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 P. M
, M is,on a. jury. Of what,use then is it: to made a logical, clear and argumentative PERNICIOUS READING. hotel at Beach Haven, which will open to 3:30 P. M.ARRIVAL.

;' complain ,of the judge or !theprosecu- speech against the power of While the public mind is so largely ts doors to the public about the first of AND DEPARTURE OF THE 3IAILS.
s Arrives: daily except Sunday.:...... 3:31 P. M.
) prosecuting attorney cannot} ,convict, constitution, to undertake objects pression of intemperance there is a this popular resort, as its fishing, sailing Closes........................................10:00 A. M.

t and if we by our system of empanelling properly belonging to the States. We more deadly evil at our door, which is still-water and surf bathing, have received Femnndina & Jacksonville Railroad-
1 extensive recognition. It is this fact which Jacksonville and St. John's River
: juries practically cause them to have seen no satisfactory argument almost unnoticed.The arranted the erection of the,Baldwin, one mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:001..
Closes Northern mail also ..........10:00 A. M.
w f: j be made up of the poorest or perhaps in favor of the power of Congress over counters of our news dealers are of i the finest hotels now to be found on the Sunday( JailJacksonville -

most corrupt materials, what wonder is this subject. All that can be said covered with a class: of books whichare New Jersey Coast. Mr. Charles T. Parry, of and St. John's River

criminals let off vile and injurious > to the last ex- Philadelphia its projector, :Messrs. Geo.S. arrives....................................10:35 A. M.
,;,: it that are acquitted or about it is that the object is a worthy Butler & Son, of Tuckerton, its builders and Northern mail arrives................. 9:00 P. M.

: 1 ;:': with light punishments. The reform one and if the power is not clear, the I tent. They are eagerly bought and Messrs. Wilson Bros., of Phila., its archi- Jacksonville St. John's River and
c the North, closes...................... 6:00 A. M.
must begin in the selection of competent purpose is beneficial.Mr. read by the young and by these' means tects. The Baldwin occupies one entire Jacksonville and St. John's River

1 t ,'. jurors and the privilege of challenging Bayard made a strong pointin the youth of both sexes are,being edu- I' block of ground, and is of an L shape, its only, closes.............................. 4:00 p. M.
'jr' be limited t0 cated in crime and impurity. They actual size being 200x182 ft. Its capacity is St. Marys RiverSt. -
must good
\ juries referring to the tendency of the
.;, .: 162 rooms, the-kitchen being separate from Mary's and Crandall, arrives
\ ': ; cause. Judges must refuse to excuse times to relieve men from their individual form the only reading which large the house proper. Its first floor is elevated Monday and Thursday..............7:00 .\, 31.
Arrives and p. M.
b; ". j good men from serving on juries-and responsibilities and calling numbers of people buy or make use off. 8 feet above the ground, the billiard rooms Closes Tuesday Tuesday and Friday............3:00 r. M.

the rules of practice must be made If ask a news dealer why he and bowling alley being below. Its diningroom St. Mary's and Dungeness Wednesday
Government to them you
'. '. 'f upon assume which is arranged is in and Saturday arrives: .........11:00 .\. M.Closes .
;r :: .j more stringent so as to ensure greater thus making of the Government a keeps such books he answers, to meet size 40x80 feet with a wing for children Wednesday.and Saturday... 3:00'r. M.St.Marv's .

aa"" 5tl dispatch and less waste of time-one paternal and eleemosynary institu the demand of those vho will buy nor which extends 40 ft. making it in that part day. arrives only,Monday.........*..and......Thnrfe-..........2:00 P. M.

':.:. (: .. counsel only on a side should be permitted tion. If the Southern States had received read anything else. 80 ft. wide. The ball room i.-s separate and Closes'MomL.y and Thursday.........8:00). .+.3t.
.1 I
':> to address aJ-urSand new trials as large and valuable allowance If this is true it were better for such distinct from the dining room and measures SA3IL. T. RIPDEI.L --___

i .,.. should be rarely granted when substantial : of the public lands for school classes of persona:: to be ignorant and 40 xSo ft. The Baldwin has a capacious For Sale.A .
ladies: parlor, two gentlemen parlors and second-hand piano. Will be sold cheapif
has been done. unable to read. No evil associationscan
: o. justice as the States of the Northwest -
purposes two well-arranged reception and reading applied for soon. For further information

1 : '' Water it is said can rise no higher I I. no further aid would be neces: be so injurious tothe moral character rooms. The hall is.quite t\I1' attractive feature apply. at the office of

i} ,: '...':-., than its source, and juries will never sary... as the effect'of bad books. being 26 b)' 40 feet having a large, old THE )!rRROPt'Y -
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,"! .::: ill o/if;!"'" -- SPRING AND SUMMER
The Steamer St. Nicholas /
ti1 k i it FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS -, -

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Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, LATEST STYLESNUN'S IX

All of the Latest Styles. I and Friday! mornings, DRESS GOODS 3muil
on arrival of trains from JACKSONVILLE, SILKS
arriving at
Montgomery at 6.30 p. m.; con VEILINGS
fleeting there with the City&Suburban Rail- BUNTINGS
Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear. way for SAVANNAH, arriving at 7.10. ,
POWDER' Leave SAVANNAH every Tuesday,Thurs Lawns Cambrics
i Percales
day nundina and Saturday mornings arriving at Fer- White Goods.
at 6.00 p.m.; connecting with trains
Absolutely Pure. ++ iMEii+ for Jacksonville, Cedar Key and Wildwood. ,
1s !
: 't Laces
GMES. The Steamer er,David- Clark and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertings-A
POWDER never varies. A marvel FULL LINE of the
THIS 41 II II II II II II II II II II -1- newest patterns.
1 purity,strength and wholesomeness It Will leave Fernandina every Tuesday and
More economical than the ordinary kinds, Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A
and cannot be sold in competition with the Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, Darien arriving at Savannah the following Our large at bottom prices.
multitude of low test,short weight,alum or morning.Leave Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived and for
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. :MARBLES,. KITES, ETC. Savannah every Monday and Thursday and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' style
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., evening arriving at Fernandina the following -
3g 10G Wall Street.New York. -\LSO- day.Through. Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest
tickets sold to New York Philarlchltiltio novelties. ,

Large Grass Hammocks and Eynress. Wacrons.'--iiii---' For Ttrhcf/tti. and "ttolfimni-n--.------._ 1J6rVe are Special- Agents for -BROWNTN'n.--- .. -.-....., tl'nTl'.&..&.'U'!. UIIV.nn., 01,. .l"e"..... ,,,
and state-rooms, York
apply to leading Clothiers. Suits made
to order
W. B.TUCKER, Agent and fit guaranteed.
"-' .', KING'S BAZAR, Office foot of Centre Street, B* Call and examine our stock and prices before
,. Fernandina. Fla. sending off or purchas-
;" "' ing elsewhere. ,
';... .j;'..-;', '. Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. J. A. MERCIER, Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer. I
General Passenger
Agent. .
r'_ J. N. HARRIMAN Manager. ST. d53 T.: : f
,,',. i f I a OFFICES:: lESLlSTIDID: : ,
0.CONTRACTOR. S. OAKES, Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.,Jacksonville Fla. Northeast
Bull and Congress Streets..Savannah, GaAB. corner Centre and Third Sts.,
] NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. '

(Successor to \V.: A. SAXBOBN)
And Manufacturer of RIVER AND OCEAN
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STEAMERS.JIALLORY'S .



I'Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
The Peninsular I- -: =-= Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in
STAIR and CHURCH WORK a SPECIALTY. large quantifies.
Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- y,... .: iM1ms
Elevations and Floor Plans, with estimates best in the world. ,
furnished at reasonable rates. Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED ;
Tropical{ Florida .033*Orders by mail promptly attended to. PLOWS. : ,
Address P.O. Box Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- :: j ,
: 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 VILLE. '.P
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Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the

Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash-pur ONE of the THURSDAY above STEAMERS AFTERNOON will sail on from arrival FEKNANDIXA of afternoon FOR NEW YORK
AT sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular from Jack-
PRICES Railroad.
FROM chases enables
us to offer our entire stock at such low This Line,
having 110 Transfers between
York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST and New

per Acre.All FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION. PASSED The traveling ACCOMMODATIONS public are offered TO the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
CHANGE; making
connections at FERNANDIWA with FERNANDINA close

these lands are in the central We have endeavored to select the JOHNS ROAD ,for OCKLAWAHA JACKSONVILLE and INDIAN, and RIVERS thence :by and Steamers with the to JACKSONVILLE all FLORIDA points on the RAIL-ST.

State, and PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA ; and with the
within fifteen miles of Railroads in Latest and Most Stylish for LAKE WEIR. TROPICAL RAILROAD

.... ___ Designs to be Found, TIIUOUGII .. ... .
.f' BILLS OJ. Li\DIXG Tn ,_T.T.. .nn.&A .... ........
rU\t'eSSIUl '-- --- -
! operation -" & .l
traversing a territory For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information,
which is and all we ask is to give us a-call and for apply to *
more rapidly yourselves, see the R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,

IJ ttled and developed than FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
any other C..H. MALLORY & CO., '
!art t of the State. Pier 20 East River New York.
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fertility of the soil and accessibility -

to the largest and best markets GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY; ETC. .

, make these lands particularly desirable to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of .
! E.
the cultivation of fruits and ,/ "'


immediate profits there is '
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no industry in Florida equal to the -IN- { LFINE i
:.lising of early GKOCEKLES I}
vegetables for North- -+
f'rn markets. DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS II* *--*: :.-=* :=*

For I ,

Land Commissioner, Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths. ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK' AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS {

Or Fernandina, Fla.,

Ocala, Florida. 38 ESPECIAL
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ti : County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor ofl W.:Long. '
-t : i i : ;.> United States Officers. Clerk-:.F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of llelenueV. F. Trantham, IME CARD CENTRAL &'WESTERN DIVISIONJACKSONVILLE .

l .:"''i'. E'z, ,0 Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. T OF THE I ( TO CHATTAIIOOCHES RIVER
/: :: LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb San- Superintendent of ScLos-I L. Paine, V WESTWARD.

: ;-. .::. Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COSPASY. ".'.....0. oj... .,....
J lleceiver-J F. Rollins, Gainesville. Collector of RerC1&Ue-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. \ .0.1.
'. Surveyor-General-)1alachi Martin, Talla- derson. Chas. S. Baron, Key West. In Effect January 14th, 1884. : )Iail.
,o. County Judge- Leave JacksonvIlle....... 7.00pm I 800aIll
: hassee. Sc/wu18-Jas. D. Chalker Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West.' Arrive Baldwin .....
Superintendent of ......!: pm g:
*:'. a'1; DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Leave Baldwin...... 9.00pm 39ani

> Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr., (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) Arrive Lake City.........11.50 pm 10.3,1: : ;

> -. JfarsJial-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Live Oak........... 1.40am 11.3.Qana a
,,:- ; Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, '' Madison ............ 4.00am 1.03
INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W., W.:Tumblin, Starke. Key West. GOING SOUTH.Day Monticello.?......5.30ani 1.50E p Ill
Pas. M Pas.
;": Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville !Assessor of Taxes-N..C. Wainwright,. Lake Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key P.M. Tallahassee.__.... 8.00am 3.59 I
; Collector- A.M. Ill
West. Leave Tallahassee...._.... 8.40
T Butler. ... ....... 6.40 a in
Leave Fernandina...... .. 7.15 '
: COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Arrive Ql1iney............10.20 a m : ;
: 1 Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7,45 7.25 ? w p
I John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Arrive Callahan..................... 8.38 8.25 Chatta. River_..12.15 a In 6.15 pm

Edwin Higgins,-Jacksonville. .. : Superintendent. of .Sc/wols-L. B. Rhodes, dina. Leave Callahan...................... 8.50 9.10 .
,.;' ; John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Dutton................. ..... 9.17 9.45 EASTWARD.No.. 4. Xo. :?.
;. .' BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Ellerniann, Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch............. 9.32 10.02 Accom, Jiaji

;. State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Arrive Baldwin.................... 9.50 10.25 Leave Clu tt'chE'e River 2.00 pm 10 so am

r Point. nandina. Leave Baldwin...................... 9.55 11.00 Arrive Quiney............. 3.45pm H53am
I -, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warron F. Scott. Fer Leave Maxville.................'....10.22 11.24 Tallahassee......... 5.19pm 12.5J! Dn

: .-. I j Tallahassee. rijf7"'John H. Laws,.City Point. nandina. Leave Highland........:...........10.40 11.48 Leave Tallahassee....... 5.45pm ......._
It Governor-Win. Bloxham, Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- A.M. Arrive )[ol ticello......... 4.50 p m 1.55 pm

f ". Lieutenant-Governor-Li\'ingst gianna.Collector. botham. Callahan. Leave Lawtey........................10.55 12.07 Madison ............ 9.45pm 3.4p IU
: Key West. L. Crawford Tal- of Re1enue-A.. D. Johnston, Or- ORANGE COUNTY. Leave'rem pie's.....................11.10 12.29 I LiveOak..._......11.50pm 5.:9pm! {
: Secretary of State- lando, Orange county.Superintendent County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orland., Leave Starke:........................11.:36.: 12.39 Lake City_....... 2.15am i oajpn; :!; ,

I laluassce. D. Barnes Tallahassee.TreasurerHenry of Schools-M. E. English, Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. Leave Thurston............... ...11.48 12.57P. Baldwin........... 5.20am x.::! pnl
; Comptroller'V. Titu yille. .' Sheriff Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. )1. Leave, Baldvm._....... 6.00 am........
A.YL'EngleTallahassee.AuoruyGeneralGeorge' .
,'j ... T. Raney TallaCommissioner CLAY COUNT Assessor of Ta.res-James M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo......... ..............12.03 1.25 Arrive Jacksonville......... 7.36am 9.00 inn;,
County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange Reid, 1,la.Collector. Leave Waldo........................12.20 1.40 Trainslamt; daily,1 ; Trains 3 and 4 daiir.
hassee. Lands-P. W. White. Park. of'e1tue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. Leave Gainesville................. 1.05 2.3G except Sunday.A .

of Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. : Leave Arredondo.......... ......... 1.23; 3.00 special train will leave Jacksonville at
Tallahassee. of Public Instruction' -E. Iv. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent.of Schools-John T..Beeks. Leave Palmer......... ........<...... '1.35 3.15 8.45 every morning to make close conntt
; Superintendent Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. Leave Archer................:..:... 151 3.35 tion with the Day Passenger Train on the

.;, Foster. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes T. J..Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Bronson...................... 2.20 4.10 Transit & Peninsular Division arriving at
I!1 Collector of Revenue-A.. S Chalker. Judge of Prolate-B. Harrison, Palatka. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.57 4.58 Baldwin at 9.45 a.m. Returning, leave Baldwin -
i BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.Commissioner Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. Leave Rosewood ...-...;............ 3.30 5.44 at 1.25 p.m., arriving at Jacksonville:
:.i -A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shally. Arrive Cedar Key:....... ......... 4.00 6.20 2.00 p.m.
= line with SOLID
see Only TRAINS Jacksonville
COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
..: Clerk-II. C. Long, Tallahassee. Collector Price. GOING NOHTH.Day to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleeper\*
nf -Joseph .
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. P -: i Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. P.M.
Jacksonville. y2iTake the FLORAL CITY
.!. Building, o'' : Sheriff-J. W. Perry,' Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key.......... ......... 7.00 7.50 the NEW SHORT LINE via the ROUTE.
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave !Rosewood...!,................ 7.32 8.35 Central and Western Division. Florub!
Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek................. 8.03: 9.15 -

; Associate Justice J. Westcott jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 10.05 ST. MARK'S BRANCH.

Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Archer ........................ 9.07 10.42
Associate ustice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of. Schools-T. J. Faulkner Leave Palmer ........................ 9.23 11.02 (TALLAHASSEE TO PT. MARK'S.)

:V Jacksonville. ," County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Pcri')'. Leave Arredondo.................. 938 11.19 Leave Tallahassoe; .................... ... 8.00am
!V f Clerk -C. II. Foster, Tallahassee.. sonville. : County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton Perry. Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.45 Arri\.e'V'akulla............................. 9.0.3ara
1 4I j' : CIRCUIT JUDGES." 'Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Sun'eHor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Arrive Waldo...... .... ............10.42 12.40 Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am;
E. Maxwell Pen- Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Rerenuc-J. B. Hardee, Perry. A. )1. Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a.m
First' GircuU.-Augustus Sheriff Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. Leave Waldo........:L.............10.52 2.o6Leave Arrive Wakulla..............................10.2 ant
.' sacola. Tallahas- JOHN'S Thurston..11.13 2.30 Arrive Tallahassee,........................11.:;n a m
Circuit David S. Walker sonville. ,, COUNTY.
Second Collector of Retcnue-l\1oses J. Brown, Leave Starke.-. .........................11.48 2.47
': see. Madison. Jacksonville. County Judge M. R.- Cooper St. Augus- Leave Temple's ....................".11.'5- 2.55 CONNECTIONS.At .
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann,
James M. Baker Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine.ClerkBartolo P. )1. Jacksonville, withVaycross Line for
:' Fourth Circuit- sell Jacksonville. F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave Lawtey........................12.17 3.20 all points North and East; with the Fernan
ville.Fifth Gaines- Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine I Leave Highland...................12.33: 3.40 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernau-
Circuit-Thomas P. King, HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D., St. .. .........12.53 4.05
Leave Maxville........ .. 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.Circuit TV.L.Archer Cocke, Tampa., Sanford Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph :F. Llambias, Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.25 5.20 At Baldwin with Florida Transit it:: Peninsular -
t Seventh Sheriff{ Samuel Altrnan Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.45 5.45 Division for Gainesville, Ocala, ,Fer
( ,. i Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Leave Dutton........................ 2.00 6.05 nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
"';'_.. -. Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W. II.: H. McLeod. St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan..................... 2.28 6.50 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida

9 Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan..................... 2.35 7.35 & Western Railroad.At .
{, : FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed, County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 8.50 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

; Fall Term- October. Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................. 3.50 9.25 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
Santa Rosa 2d :Monday in
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Walton 4th Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY.County Sheriff{ J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. fllJ"" Day Passenger daily except Sunday; urdays.At .
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday: Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
., ville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph: Hutchinson, cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
a October.
V' in 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
Washington October.! Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. II. Helven- DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,

.t: in Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Assessor of Zaxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
Columbus and Eufaula.
; October. ville.Collector Revenue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
Pas. Nt Pas.
December. Day
.\ Escambia, 1st :Monday in County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live all 'Vest.Through .
amended section 2 of act'of February ville. P.M. A.M. points
;" This 10 act, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A.0 :M.C. Russell, Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Waldo........................:112.25 1.40 Tickets and Steeping Car Berths

J Term. Fort Dade. John R. Sessions Live Oak. Leave Dixie.....................:...12.47 2.10 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office.
Spring Sheriff ,
,1'1. ,THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 1.03 2.33 and at new office southwest corner of Bay

.' Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector df Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Lochloosa.......... ......... 1.20 2.57 and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
TayJor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown Tampa. Wei born. Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28 A. O. MAcDONELL,
Isaac Craft Schools J. O. C. Jones Leave Sparr's................ ......... 2.00 3.47 Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent,
rt April.Madison Sheriff-D. Tampa. Superintendent of -
2d :Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Live Oak. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 Fernandina, Fla.
t Hamilton, 4th Monday: in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY. Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48 C. "MAXWELL,
,; V Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Leave Ocala............................ 3.05 4.45 Master of Transportation
in April. Tampa.Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- Arrive Oxford........................ 4.00 6.00 Baldwin, Fla.
Columbia 3d :Monday after 4th Monday prise.ClerkJohn. Arrive Wildwood.................. 4.12 6.15 W. G. COLEMAN,
.. ,: Tampa. W. Dickins, Enterprise. Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.45 6.30 General Traveling Agent
V in April.Lafayette JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. Jacksonville,Fla.
r. 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen GOING NORTH. D. E. MAXWELL,
in April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, :Monticello.. Cove. A.M. r. x. General Superintendent.
.. .............. 6.25 6.15
J. Fall Term- Clerk W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen Leave Leesburg ... Fernandina Fla.
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday. in Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 7.00 I
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October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, Leave Lake Weir Station 7.20 7.40
Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42
:',:V. Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22
i V Suwannee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40
in October. ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Anthony Place............. 8.48 9.28

I Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wau- Sheriff{ Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. Leave Sparr's................... ...... 9.00 9.45
), October. keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Orange Lake................ 9.15 10.08 TIIE NEW STOIIE.-3S
,{ ";: Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45
: : \ 'j'! in October. Crawfordville. Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.55 11.15
I FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer-TV. W. Walker, Craw- Leave Dixie.........................10.12 11.35 :a { W. F. WOOD, Jr., \ S
: Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville.
Spring TermSt. A.x.
: ":1 I John's 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal'A"McAlpin, New Troy. Collector of Retcnue-R. C.McMillan,Craw- Arrive Waldo... ..... ............10.36 i2".15 I
,. a Clay 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville. {{ Proprietor, } E
,I Bradford 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-II. II. Walker, Crawford O Day Passenger daily except Sunday;
I l in County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New ville. Night Passenger daily.F. .
Baker, 2d Tuesday April. C> C>
"'.1 a Nassau, 3d Tuesday: April. Troy.
in Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
_. Duval, 1st Tuesday May.
Professional and Business Cards.
Old Town.
.T: a:
Fall Term-
Taxes David R. Townsend
1 in Assessor of ,
;{ St. John's 2d Tuesday September.
4 ':1 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. E. LEROY JONES, 31.D., GOING SOUTH.
.:' Clay Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Leave Fernandina....................... 6.00 p. m. s sAND

: Baksr 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.29 p. m.
,, 'f Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Arrive Jacksonville..................... 7.20 p. m.

: Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, GOING NORTH. S Sr

i : FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent ofSchools-Henry N.Felkel, Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.00a.m.
; Term- Tallahassee. FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Hart's Road..................... 9.51a.m. -
:,', '. Spring Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treamrer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Arrive Fernandina....................10.20a.m. : :a:

:s Marion, 4th Monday in.Diarch.l Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Calls answered promptly day or night,and JS5-. Trains daily.

':l ,. Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Medicine furnished without extra charge. C> CC >
i ., March Assessor of Taxes-G.A. Croome Tallahassee. '- Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2 CONNECTIONS.AT .

t :', Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in and 7 to 8. 22 ly* Fernandina
: March. LEVY COUNTY.ClerkJ. > { } Es

N Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in M. Barco, Bronson. DR. W. E. SNYDER, FERNANDINA, FLA., I I

r :.-;;i .' March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. t Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. B & Line from New York on Tuesday, and
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t. Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-B. B. Barco Cedar 54H g for New York on Thursday.
; October. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- -THE A'EW STORE.-SS
1 : '' ; Marion, 3d Monday in Key. > 2 .
,t; Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Sa S3O nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT .
; : 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. "=3
T ': : : Levy, fflH CALLAHAN.
j Alachua 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in 1 8
1 f : :_" :: = To and from Savannah and Charleston,
1. "f- r '.' ,; November. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi 1 B- and all points North and West, daily.AT 3 I
,'. : SEVENTH C4 i-2 I
: ,:- Term- T BALDWIN, FLA., -
'.p ,' Spring son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore Madison. .. ---
.Z, 'i :' ,' ....: : ., : Orange, 4th Monday in January. Clerk John M. Madison, To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
,. ,> ': _..'1' 3d. in February.. Beggs, and all points South West and Northwest BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
.. -';'i... ',. ,.. ,. .: Volusia, Monday Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, W. K. BAUKXIGI1T, -'
e. ',' '. ;', ).. ., ',:.. Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Madison. daily. :
April. ,
Dade, Monday
J County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HORACE DREW
f' Fall Term- Collector of RevenueB. D. Wordsend To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
2d in August. AND STOCK DEALER
Monday ,
''V : \ ; Orange, Madison. BUTCHER WILDWOOD. Stationer,
Volusia 2d Monday September. ANDDcaler Bookseller
:. ,
> : i Brevard 4th Monday in September. ison.Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- in Ice With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Printer and Binder.

{ c Dade, 2d Monday in November. Tampa daily except Sunday.

: County Officers.ALACHUA. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. BROOM STREET WHARF With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key School Books and Orange Wraps

: Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. 19-tf FEIL. ANDINA. FLA. West and Havana, every Saturday ; for New
-i. Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level.Assessor Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and NOW A SPECIALITY.
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Havana from New Orleans
.! '. >. ':_ of Taxes W. P. Parish, Braden- JAMES McGIFFIX every Friday:
.. 3 ville.Clerk. .
') :. .' town. every Saturday.With
"+.-",.' :.;:. .>,">," {' .' -J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.Sheriff I Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, AN"D BUILDER, Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Teachers and
;,:VV: :.. .,.: ;---: ).;:.... -S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. CONTRACTOH for and from Key West Monday and ;J&JLiberal discounts to

I ,:. ; ';' ;;":::\. '; ,- Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on'
t ',, \: ; 1.; .,.. ,,: ville. Pine Level. and Friday.
; w?1',", >"' ;, .\" Collector of.Relemu-II., C. Denton, Gaines- FERNANDINA,'FLA. For information respecting routes, rates, application.

4V ,':t t.:... : :< ville. MARION COUNTY. etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- 59 "". BAY STREET.JACKSOSVILLE.,
'-T. lf ., ;'. :. /j:; ', Superintendent! of Schools-TV.' N. Sheath, 1: County Judge-Samuel Marshall, Ocala. Orders and estimates from a distance care- dina or to the Company's offices in Jack-
: fully attended to. 25-tf FLAf
Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala.
Gainesville sonville.
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.-- .. : : APRIL: ; 12. l 1884.NOTICE ; I c" _'" .


Unknown..................... W i of lot 8. block Fernandina .
..................... Lot 11, block 8, Old \ 7 87 DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. '

.h.. .................... Lots 13 and 14, block 10, Old Town......... 1 69
......................Lots 13 and 14, block 10(for'82)), Old-Town 1 69
1\.Toticc is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction .u. .... ................ Lot 5, block 11. Old Town .. 1 69 EST.A..DLISI-IED 187 i.
J:, on Ionday, the 7th day of April, 1884, in front of the.Court House, at Fernandina ., ..:.............:..:. Lot 8, block 12, 1 55
I in the Count Nassau, or so much thereof as will be necessary to the amounts, ., '.................... Lot 5, block 13, ; 3 02
Fla pay ..................... Lot 1 oo
duefor taxes for the year 1883, herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of sale ., 12 block 14, .. DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES
advertising : ............ ...... Lot 5...12 1 55
and .1. 2 N 27 E
= --:- .....................SofSE. ::1......................."..................... 20 3N 24 E 1 99
:(I2 H {>') > .u. ......... ........... Lot 2................................ .................... 14 2 N 28 E 187
... tp.=.=. .... yQ :I 0.D" ::: 3 ..................... N .i of N W :i. S E :i of N W i, S E :1: of N 157 3 40 & CO.

0nNER. 0 ro Z<, t'2. y c u: ..................... E !, S W i of S E :i................................. 22 2 N. 24 E 200 ,
t I .Z :. .: :. .-i u ......................NSE ::l............................................. 14 2N2N 24 E 480 419
.............. .... S 8 31
.. i of N W :i, N A of S W i lots

U urord]r'J.\\.n1 1I__............................. N"N" E E 1 corner of N E of}the......F...P...Sanchez.............grant................... 3 2.3N 2 N 25E 25E 50 40 $ 5 9 67 30 II ....................Lots, 3 and G.....................,........3...and......4........17 16 4 N 25E 25 E! 125 200 3 4 79 19 =1 I PHARMACISTS f Iii

: 0_............. In centre of the FP
Carnes, Jaddock Starling grant ......... 5 2 N 25E 40 7 18 WARREN F. SCOTT
Bra ..\. J_............ As described in a deed on record in book Fernandina Fla., March 14,1884.DR. Revenue, Nassau County.
"R;' pages,: 303 and 304 County records. 42 2 N 25 E 40 5 24Iarnhill Centre Street.FERXAXDINAFLORIDA.
r )Irs. S............ Lot 12 of John Lowe grant.................... 48 3 N 28E 61 4 19 --
1Vnt ......... ......... N 'V i ofS\V }......... ........................... 2'2 2 K 24 E 40 7 45
era 0Iiss_......... ......... Lots 3.4 and 6, block 2. Old Fernandina 3 31 CLARK JOHNSON'S ,
Counts' J. C..... ............ NE 1 of N E :l.: ...................................... 7 2 S 23 E 40 7 18
Creels, 1Irs.11.1 C............ As decribed Ina deed on record in book KEEP constantly on hand 'a fine assort-
L," pages 451 and 452Connt records. 43 2 N 27 E 80 3 46 of FRESH and PURE FOR-
D oz.Ier. It. :L...... ........ As described in a deed on record in book INDIAN BLOOD SYRUPCures EIGN and DOMESTIC

It," page _4)-h.' County recorls.1 ........... 100 23 40
Ba ballk\!:, Eliza............. Lots 5 and 12, N 1 of N'V I, N "T 1 of Drugs
N E 1......... ......... .............................. 21 4 N 24E 172 4 19 all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels and Chemicals,
E ickson,1artin ......... S 'V 1 ofS W.l......_.................... .........22 2 N 24E 40 1 00 Kidneys Skin and ,
}'fisher lItr"......?. ...... N 1 of SEt of S \V I of S W !' ...........:... 34 4 N 24E 9 4 OG Blood. MILLIONS testify to its Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines
Faulk\ Jane................. "T 1 ofS.'V 1.ofS 'V ofSV }.. ........... 34 4 N 24E 5 1 00 .I eflicncy in healing the above named diseases and ,
la r anks, F..................... A.s descrIbed in a deed on record :in book Proprietary anti
to pronounce it to be the Best Fancy Goods
R, pages 5-13 and 544 Count records. 31 2 N 28 E 6 5 24 Remedy Known to Man ,

Freeman, David........... That part east of Lofton Creek of............ 39 2 N 27 E 175 5 24
Ford, Mrs. Iarr......,..... 8 E 1 of S 'V }....................................... 14 2 N 24 E.40 2 72 FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
S1VkofSW :}...................................... 31N25E 40 GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.
8 E .1 of S E 1........................................ 4 1 N 25E 40 Trade Hark. PERFUMERY, SOAPS
Gardner, K A. Est. of. { E 1 ofN E }.......................................... 9 1 N 25E 40 ETC.,
\V 1 of N 'V :}.................................;...... lOIN 25E 40 AGENTS W-ANTEDLaboratory a IN
Lot 4..................................................... 9 2N27E 79 4.8 GREAT VARIETY.
Green Philip J............. In the S E corner........... ...... ............... 2 3 N 20E 606 71ChasM. 77 West Third St. New York
; ."' ......... ........,...Lot... 4 .................................... ........................7 4 N 25E 51 4 51 City. Druggists sell it.
I I ;:) u'U':t 01 .!'Ii .Iii"' t....................................... 6 2 N 2 E 40 ST- Physicians Prescriptions
I NEofN'W }............;....... ................. 7 2N26E 40 Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
I Green, Peter............... The Griffith g rant............... .................. 48 3 N .d)E 391 Indian Blood Syrup were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

i S 4of_ .............................................. ...... 30__ 3_ _K_ WE_ 321 46 completely cured them. reasonable prices.
l 0.A".. " ................................ .................. .:)1 .11' (jJ( {) 27 29 RUDIE CANTLER.
(rEi. SofNWSW: }........................ 1 3N24E 579 -
g I...... ..... .......................................... 11 3 N 24 E 316 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS PROCLAMATION.
S E 1-................................................... 2 3 N 24 E 158 ,
NEofNEN 1 of N 'V 1, S W 1, WofSE PROCLAMATION. FERNANDINA, FLA., March 20. i884. }
i !................. .........................: 12 3 N 24 E .398 IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE IIr- Lk
All of fractional............ ...... ............. 9 3 N 23 E 557 EXECUTIVE OFFICE NOTICE voters of the City of Fernan- .
N.SWIVofSESE( } 7ofSE17 3N25E 600 TALLAHASSEE FLA., March 17 1884. } dina that the annual election of officers for n\t Ka4
Griffith, L1liddleton & N \\T 1 of N E}. 'V I, E i of S E 1, S 'v ::1 said city will be held on Monday, the o GpifJ KENDALl'S 1'1

Pratt. ofS E I, S E 1 of N E }....................... 8 3 N 25E 3..0 seventh day of April, 1884, at the following SpAV\NGuR t.-_
1 All of.. .'............."...."..... 7 3 N 25E 640 : Proclamation by the Governor. named places: : = == = .
E.ErofSWLSWofNWS r } Precinct No. 1, at the Mayor's Office, Third
ofS1V i- ........... ..............................18 3N25E 518 $200.00. Street; THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
SofNE 1, S E:1: ofNti4' : S i...... ......23 3 N 24E 440 Precinct No. 2. at C. Westburg's Store discovered, as it is certain in its
A i 11 I of.......................................... ........ 25 3 N 24 E 634 Old Town ; effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
l AI I of................. ........... ............ ......... 20 3 N 2 1< To All Whom These Presents May Come, Between the hours of 8 a. m. (standard BELOW.
All of(except N E 1 of S E 1))................. 21 3 N 25E 1240 100 00 Greeting: time) and sunset on said day.
Jljg illbotham. )Irs E.... Lots 3 and 4.......................................... 20 4 N 25 E 105 5 68 WHERE/s, It has come to my knowledge And the following officers of the city will Saved
ionhes. E........... ......... E i of S 'V 1- of SV of S \V 1............... 34 4 N 24E 4 3 77 that Sam Bryant and Wm. Bryant are under then and there be chosen by a vote of a Him $1,800.00.
Higginbotham, Arthur. S \\T 1 of S E !.................................,..... 7 2 S 23 E 40 7 15 indictment for murder, in Nassau County majority of the votes given at said election, ADAMS N. Y.
llarristnl Miss B........... North :R i of............................................. 43 2 N 28 E 200 8 60 Florida ; viz.: Dr. B. J. Kendall\ & January 30, 1882.
Hohus, W. J.................. As.,described in a deed on record in book Now, THEREFORE, I. Mayor, GENTS-IIaving used Co.:a deal
good of
T. pages 331 and 332. County records, A Clerk, Kendall's your
BLOXHAM Spavin Cure with
I Callahan, or part of............................. 30 2 N 25E 6 71 An Assessor, thought I would great success. I
IlIrris: Daniel...............'.The Henry Young grant........................ 40 3 N 2G E 190 3 46 Governor of the State of Florida by virtueof A Marshal, done for Two let you know what it has
Johnson, Daniel........... X i of N E 1....................................... .. 2'2 2 N 24 E 80 2 72 the power and authority vested in me by A Treasurer, a colt as me. raised years ago I had as speedy
Johnson, Talbot W........ N of S E !..................... ..................... 22 2 N 24E 80 2 72 the Constitution and laws of said State, do A Collector When I was ever in Jefferson county.
Johnson, H. C................fart of the Gibson gran t........................ 46 2 N 25 E 40 8 92 hereby offer a reward of And five ((5)) Al<1erm :n. the cross-bar was and breaking fast him he kicked over
Jones J. Hamp............. In the S 'Y'l corner of the S 'V 1 of NE 130 2 N 25 E 6 9 80 ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor Given under my hand and the seal of the hind legs all to I and tore one of his
Jackson July......... ...... \V i of S E ::1 of S 'V of S 'V 1................34 4 N 24E 5 3 77 the arrest and conviction of Sam city this 20th day of March,1884. farriers, but they all said employed he the best
Johnson, Daniel............ Lot 2..................................................... 2j 4 N 25 E 53 5 24 and I do further offer a reward of Bryant; C. A. HALEY, Mayor. He had a large was spoiled.
Lang. Mrs. C.......... .....EofN".l.S'V............................. S S23E 143 595 ONE HUNDRED R. .F. SMITH,.City Marshal. [SEAL.! used two bottles very s\f Your thorough-pin TT...,*7..1 1-.,O and......;.I.
( C\Vtnr1CF.1.............. ........ ......_.".."n...._._ 0 3_ N_. _a2r: ..inMl Attest : WM. F. WOOD, JR., City-Clerk. Cure, and it took the bunch- --u t'L" ."
I or....................................................lOIN 23E 4 64U" I the arrest and conviction of Wm. Bryant. 3t I he sold afterwards for entirely off and
o' Lots 1,2and3....................................... 5 2N23E 120 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 Jiave) here- used it for bone spavins$1800 and(dollars). I have
All of fractional........ ........................... 8 2 N 23E 11 unto set my hand and caused the Great .i Hot tee. it has always cured completely wind-galls and left, and
S 'V 1 of l' E t. lots 1. 2.3 and 4...... ...... Seal the
9 2N23 E 239 of the State to be affixed at Tal- All holders of the 8 per cent. (Freeland) leg smooth.It .
E 1 ofSE !, h: i of l'V 1...... ............... 27 223E 160 lahassee, the Capitol this seventeenth' Bonds of the Florida Railroad is a splendid medicine for
E Lot 1_................................................... 28 2 N 23 E 38 day of )March A. D. 1884. hereby notified to meet at my Company office in the are I have recommended it to a good rheumatism.many, and

ofNEINWofNE1, E 1 ofN. W. D. BLOXHAM, Governor. city of Fernandina on Thursday, May 1st, they all say it does the work. I was in With-
WN\VofN\VINElofS \V:1: 1884, for the of determining what erington &Kneeland's
purpose drug in
NEoflot3......................................10 2N23E 324 DESCRIPTION: disposition shall be made of the the other day, and store Adams
Lot 4....................................2 N 23 E 20 Colored ; Sam about 21 years old, and William lands held by me for the benefit remaining of the sent them. I tried saw to a very buy it fine, but pictureyou could

SWofNESofNW :1: "T ofS about 23 years old ; height, about 5 feet Bonds still outstanding, and to provide for not; they said if I would write to that
E 1. N E 1 ofS \V }...... ............ .........2. 2N23E 240 9 inches ; weight about 150 pounds and accrued expenses on same. you would send me one. I wish you you would,
I N }' NIofSESWofSE 1 N'1' o brothers. tf. M. A. WILLIAMS, Trustee. and I will do you all the good I
S'V }.. :. .. : can.
X I..13 2N23E 527 Tallahassee Fla., March 18, 1884. 4w Fernandina, Fla., March 29, 1884. Very respectfully) E. S. LYMAN.
ENEofSEN'ofS\Vtot214: 2N2311; 334
S oflntl,1 lot 2. NV I of NY i,.......... Administratrix Sale.ALL Administratrix Sale.ALL .
E.! ofSELSWofSW: }...... ............15 2N23E 279 Kendall's
All of fractional.................................. 21 2 N 23E 5 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TAKE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TAKE Spavin Cure.
Lynch, John............. i N E 1 of N E }. S of S E 1, 'V i of lot 1. that on the ninth day of April, ttce :
lots 2.3 and 4............... ..................... 22 2N23E 314 A. D. 1884. I, us administratrix of the estate That on the 9th day of April. A. D., 1884 ON HUMAN FLESH.
SE IofNWSWofSES ofS of Philip Thomas deceased, will apply to the I will, as Administratrix of the estate of

\\T i................................................... 23 2 N 23E ,101 County Court in and for the County of Nassau I John D. Jones, deceased, apply to the Coun- Dr. B. J. Kendall VEVAY&,Co.JND., August 12, 1881.
N\VofNEEofSE 1Vo at Pcrl al1dina. Fla., for authority to ty Court in and for said county, at Fernan : _.
e : : sell nil the ri''ht8. title and interest of I dina, for authority to sell the interest of the GENTS-Sample of circulars received to- ..
w Eva
. :.. ... .__. _e-t_ _2 _N_ .o..., t I trnI day. Please send with
un nn A. Louisa followiiiDr minors. heirs of John me some mv imprint
I S E 1 of N 1V Thomas, B. Thomas, Eliza W. D. Jones. ,
1VofNEWofSE1N.J W 21123E 41 Thomas, Elizabeth.Thomas and Francis\ deceased, that is Minnie S. Jones Sallie V.: prmteu on one MOO only. TheKen-da;l's

I of S W }..' :. .. :. .::..N..}. 2G 2N23E 398 Thomas, the minor heirs of Philip Thomas, Jones, Mary J. Jones, Agnes S. Jones, and Spavin not Cure only is for in excellent animals demand but with us,
Rosa for human
L. Jones
W i of N E 1. N ,y 1of S E 1. lots 1 and 233 2N23E 2181, deceased, in the following described lands, the following real estate, ailments also. Mr.
situated and in said Jos. Voris one of the
NofNE.WofNELSEofNW being all that tract or parcel of land situatedon being County of Nassau
I,1ofSENWofS Amelia Island in said County of Nassau Florida : the S E i of the S W i of section leading farmers in our county, sprained an
S 'v ................... i, N 1 0 Florida,and better known on the public platsof 16, township ((3)) three, north of range 23, ankle badly and knowing the value of the
::1. ............................ .34 2 N 23E 3.)9 east and I remedy for horses tried it on himself and it
the S
W of
Lots 3 and 4.......................................... 32 2 N 23 E 145 said county as the northern one-third of i the N W i of section:: did far better, than he had ,
EofNEW ........... the Samuel" Harrison ,grant: or section ((20)) twenty, township ((3)) three, north, expected;
...................... 4 2N24E 300 the sprain in short order.
AU of sections 5, 6 and 7, and N Eland twenty ((20)), in township two ((2)), north of range 23 east, in all eighty acres ; also a Yours very
tract of land known respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price .
"T of........... ..................................... 8 2 N 24 E 2400 range twenty-eight ((28)) cast, containing one i McMurrin and described as the
N E 1.V i of section 18, and N 'V 1 of... 19 2 N 24E 640 hundred and fifty acres more or less. grant. $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All
S 1 of S 'V 1 of section 31, and 'V 1 of S "LOUISA E. THOMAS, SYLVANIA W. JONES, druggists have it or can get it for you, or it

M \V 1 of.......... .................................... 32 3 N 24E 160 G9 81 Administratrix of Estate of Philip Thomas. Administratrix of the Est.of John D.Jones.' will be sent to any address on receipt of
attox:, Emanuel.......... K 'V corner................. ........................ 43 3 N 28E 5 3 18 Fernandina, Fla., :March 8, 1884. Fernandina, Fla., March 4, 1884. DALL price by& the CO..Proprietors. DR. B. :J. KEN

E E4WofNWSEofNWNo! of S.W lots 1 and 2....................... 1 2 N 24E 584 NOTICE. Post-Office Notice. Send for Illustrated Enosburgh Circular.Falls, Vt.

S ,V 1, S E 1 of S Wi..........................12 2N24E 564 Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.
iddlil1..S Purifier Co All of fractional........ .........................:. 36 3 N 24 E 560 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
AlI of fractional.............. ..................... 6 2 N 25E with a resolution passedby Money Orders and Registered Letters from
AlI of fractiona1......... ........................... 8 2 N 25 E 11"0 the City Council at its special meeting. 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M
All of fractional......... ........................... 32 3 N 25E 612 53 06 held Wednesday March 19th. 1884, the following to 3:30 r. M. I:
\ (For tax of 1882)).................................... 70 38 officers will be voted.for at the elec- I ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
'ilaxe.nil1e, Gee............. S W I ofN E 1-............ .........................22 2 N 24E 40 3 77 tion to be held on Monday,; April 7th, A. Transit & Peninsular Railroad JkTDNN k CO., of the ScTENTmc AMERICAN
1cCotte C D......... .......Lots 33 and 34. block 2, Fernandina........ 4 19 D., 1884, for the ensuing year: Arrives daily'except Sunday........ 3:37 I tlnue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats Trade con.

,.i3Minn...Ilee? ry', J.A.D.u N.. ........... Lot 2, block .54., Fernandina' __ ......L..........: 2. 72_. One :Mayor, "f.; I Closes.......................................10:00 A.P. M.111. I, Marks England Copyrights France; Germany for the,etc.United Hand States.Book Canada.about
...... .T.nt. hl '-, T. : ro'a 11 One (tart-. .
.. Patents ,
.nn." .V. tI, tlIV\.oA .n.HIt; 0 .1.' Il .. ............. 4: 51 I sent_ ree ..Thirtv- pw Ti...v ir*'experience_
j'olla Jn *S"""".""" S E 1 ofSE }......... ............................... 22 2 N 24E 40 1 99 One Treasurer. i Femandma & Jacksonvule Kauroaa In f the uiemauuuujieu:SCIENTIFIC iiiruuuuoiui- i fi w.are noticed
I l'etfl'S' G.1'X ................. Lot 1..................................................... 24 4 N 25 E 60 4 51 One Tax-Collector, : Jacksonville and St. John's Rivermail most widely circulated AMEKICAX.scientific the paper.largest$ .20 test a ,and
I:atclitfll" .. ..... ......... SWiAll ........................ .... ..... 22 2 N 24 E 160 4 19 One Tax-Assessor, j I arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. M. Weekly. Splendid engravings and Interesting. In-
................ of(except 20 acres in NW.corner of One Marshal ..." I Closes (Northern mail also.lOOO A. M. formation.lean sent free.Specimen Address copy MUNN of the Scientific&CO.. SsCiEXTinc A mer-

and the S E i)............... ..................... 38 3 N 26E 460 24 79 Five Aldermen.The Sunday MailJacksonville AMERICAN Office.2G1 Broadway, New York.JATI2XTS .
IOUI I: I .Lot 12, block 9, Fernandina.................... polling place for Precinct No. 1, New II. and St. John's River,
OeorgeS......... { Lot 4)U. 10. .................... Town, will be at the Mayor's Office on Third I arrives....................................10:35: A. M.
Jobinsou Lot 18, "G, -.................. 38 30 Street and the following persons have been Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. M. obtained for new inventionsor
l1hror Moses.J .. ......... Lot 3..6 2 N 28 E 134 671 appointed by the Mayor as inspectors of this I Jacksonville, St. John's llh"erand for improvements in old
Sikesj P C......... ......... Lots 2G and 27, block 2, Fernandina........ 8 60 Precinct: W. H. LeCain, G. Starke, and I the North closes................. ...... 6:00 A. M. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
!rcott o I Ii.....................SWiofSEi....................................... 15 4 '... 23E 40 5 98 John Gordon.At I Jacksonville and St. John's River all patent business promptly attended
!'\r"a ciury i; C.. ..... '. S i of lot 8, block 40 Fernandina.,. ......... 5 98 Precinct 2, (Old Town,) the polling only I closes..........................'... 4:00 p. )I. to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
en, L 1. B.-. As described in a deed on record in book. place will be at C. Westburg's store and I I St. Mary's River- REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented -

- tally L. R," page 235 County records.............. 38 2 X 27 E 190 4 93 the following persons have been appointed as i St. Mary's and Crandall, arrives by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
\v......-......... All section 28 and.............. 33 inspectors : Richard E. Edden, "'0111. F. ; ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -
Sutton.: J{ ...... .......... ..... 2 K 2,8E 70 2 72 Monday and Thursday...............r:00 A. M.
1'I IOlllasJ; ............. S B corner of lot 3..7 4 N 2aE 2, 4 51 Courter, Romeo Denegal. Arrives Tuesday and Friday.200 EXCLUSIVELY can secure pat-

1 Tison' John I 5........... ......... On N end of.......................................... 43 3 N 28E 3 18 Bv order of the City Council.WM. Closes Tuesday and Friday............300 p.r. M.M. ents in less time than those who are remote
\\til.L: \ lll: !! ...... ......... N W cornerS ............... ........................... 40 1 N 25 E 61 4 51 F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. i St. Mary's and DungenessWednes, from Washington.When I
t1\ lli ll.l son: f1011, J............, E i and 20 acres in N W. corner.. ......... 38 3 N 2G E 180 G 12 Fernandina Fla., March 20, 1884. 3t I day and'Saturday, A. M. Inventor send model or sketch,
11\\' I.J-.........;lLotG I I block I 22, 'ernan Ina..................... 8 58 I! Closes Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00 r. M.St.Marv's we make search in the Patent Office and
:"nil.V.) i'............... fjAll i I' of fractional I ................................... )1 2 N 28 EI 5S REGISTRATION NOTICE. i only, Monday and Thursday advise as to its patentability free of charge,
1 ;r Uianw. Pet I I'Lot block 243, or Part ofttasC -......... ......... 23 3 K 28 E J 1SO 8 70 i arrives............... ............2:00 r. u. Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
i \ :un'ton; jr.......? ...,Lots 10 and 11, block 27. Fernandina: ..... 8 89 The Registration Books of the City of Fer Closes )1011<1..)" and Thursday.........8:00 .\..3t.813IL. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
t \"l". ?.........|IS i of S W }. lots 12 and 13..................... 11 4 N 24E1 3 77 nandina. which at office T. RIDDELL P. M.\ IS OBTAINED.We .
:*>cins. W JU......... ... J (,1,8 Lt 4 of,N h:i......... .............*................ 33 4 N 25E 40 will be closed are now open 3d 1-my 1884 at, refer by permission to the City Post -
Thursday, April
(nkunvn, I IS WofX\V 34 master, and to the Superintendent of the
........ I i I. 4N25E 41 5 24 7.30 p. m. (standard.) For Sale.A .
........... Lots 8. 9. and X of Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash

. .. .......................I nnndinaLots ..............J......7..,..block..........17...,..Fer-...... 11 25 Drug Office Store at my Centre store street., next door to Palmer's if applied second-hand for piano.For further Will be information sold cheap ington. For special references circular,ser-'
'. ._....... soon. vice, terms, etc. addressC.
::::: 1. ;2, 13. 14. 1:> and 1G, block 19, Fer-. '. '" i ,
.._. WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. I apply at the office of .
.-........ nand t na............................................. ; '., 4 04 Fernandina, Fla., March 20, 1884. 3t THE MIRROG. Opp.Patent Office.. Washinto A. SXOCO.t.D'"\! I

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\ : It is greatly to be regretted that a semi- Thursday's Fire. Range of Thermometer, EXAMINE --
? weekly line of steamers is not already in operation FOR THE WEEK ENDING' FRIDAY, APRIL 12, :!: ; :'. -
from this port to New York, both "J _

: ,)a fS.OO A YEAR; >$1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS for the benefit of shippers and the commercial BLOCK OF BUILDINGS SAVED ONLY BY THE I c : '- NEW i .
interests of Florida. f a 'c-1 :::. Co ,
: : Reflections. On Thursday about noon tho dwelling It- I <<) 0 STOCK
The vegetable business is beginning to as- and Fourth streets '
near the corner of Centre 651
Saturday_..Apri1 5 56 67 G' N. E. OF
considerable volume. Several
c .. Mr. Lee Johnson and family, of Islip, L. sume carloads'tire occupied by Mr. George Dewson, was discovered Sunday............. 6 58 G6 67 N. W. '

I., are again spending a few weeks at the : brought up every day and transferred on fire. The fire originated in the Monday -.......... 7 6.3170 661 N. Yo ELEGANTPOCKET

Egmont. to the Way cross road at Callahan, kitchen from a defective flue, as is supposed, Tuesday........... 8 ,,54 521 G.3 I 67 168 N. W.Wednesday. .
.' except on the Mallory steamer ds's'when a and'had ........ 9 00 G6 N. 11'.
Mrs J. T. Stockton, daughter of Hon. J., considerable is.made at this attained considerable headway be- Thursday :.........10 51 160 I 67 S. 'V.Friday. .
shipment port
," M. Baker, of Jacksonville, is visiting friends direct to:New York fore any alarm was given. It soon com- .... ...........11 56 ,100 .(100 61. N. W. AND
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municated to the house and all efforts to
; in,this city. ___________ ____ ', -' *
It is a favorite amusement for boys to extinguish the flames proved unsuccessful. u '...... .\ TABLE
Mr. Wm. and two of
Wyman daughters, MARISE.Port .
: chunk each other in the brick : : -
streets with "
The alarm was given and the fire depart- :
Baltimore, have been spending a few days I U.';_ CUTLERY
; bats, pebbles and most frequently with :-
at the Egmont. oys- ment promptly responded. A slight southwesterly of Fernandina.HIGH .
f tershells. It is not long since a fine childin breeze prevailed, and while the fire WATER. /, -.'.. l scisioRs. '

'' Colonel and Mrs. George M. Scott, of At- Savannah was killed fragment of ..... 9:15 ;
by a a department, under the direction of Chief Saturday, April 12. A.M. 9:39 P.M. \ <

lanta, Ga., are now enjoying the hospitalities brick thrown by a negro boy, and it is a McGiffin, concentrated their efforts upon Sunday, 13..... 9:53: 10:15 h ', ..' ETa' .

s, of the Egmont. mere chance that children here do not lose the burning building and the one immediately Monday, "" 14.1029. 10:52"" WHICH-
/ Tuesday, 15..11:09. 11:33
Messrs. J. & T. Kydd this week received their eyes by this reckless throwing of mis- adjoining to the south, a number of Wednesday, 16..11:52.. ..:... h I ., -

._+. : some exquisite additions to their fancy siles at each other. volunteers manned the roofs of the Howell Thursday, 17...... 0:18: 0:41 WE
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18. 1:09 1:35
goods department. We have had almost constant north-wee- dwelling and Mr. Lamar residence, and OFFERAT

Mayor-elect Wm. H. Pope took the oath terly winds prevailing during the past week protected them from the flying cindersand

of office Tuesday, and entered upon the discharge making a very temperate atmosphere. The sparks. Meanwhile the fences and out- ENTERED.
5-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina Savannah
April -
;i of his duties. beach drives have been charming, and all houses surrounding the Dewson house and ; with freight and pas- SURPRISINGLYLOW

I"I Our old friend, D. J. Taylor, Jr., is visit- things considered, we know of no .season}: the adjoining; building had been torn down sengers, to W. B.Tucker, agent. l '

ing his old home. We are sorry to learn when Fernandina is more attractive than ,and the buildings completely gutted of their 5-Schr. Fannie E. Wolston, Marr, t

", in the early Spring. The trees are clad in contents. The flames soon spread to the Philadelphia ; ballast,master.
: j that Dave is in health. 44
I. poor 8-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, PRICES.
bright green and flowers abound in beauty residence of Mr. Slaughter, which"was soon
1,680 tons New York
A Service of Praise by the children will ; freight
and fragrance.A enveloped in flames. and passengers::!, to R. W.South- FREDW.
t be at the Church tomorrow
given Presbyterian
: The building belonging to Mrs.\ W. B. C. wick, agent.
I : night. AH invited.Mr. little son of Minus McCleary, 6 years of .
are 8-S. P. St. Nicholas
1 .i Mrs.\ Usina, Savannah ,
Duryee, formerly occupied by Horsey,
was dangerously burned on Thursday
; Phinney and wife, of Newport, R. I., age stood in and all efforts ; with freight and passengers -
dangerous proximity,
.f I morning by the explosion of a can of kero- to W. B.Tucker, agent. HQYT & CO.
and Mrs. and Miss Damon, of New York, sene, out of which he,was pouring into the were put forth toward saving this. The 8-S. P. David Clark, Daniels, Savan- ,,
; are spending a week at the Egmont. nah with and
1 building is quite large, and once fairly ; freight passengers -
;;r fire.Too much precaution cannot beexercisedin
to W. B.Tucker
.: The Spring Term of the Circuit Court for caught, nothing could have saved the rest of ,agent.
coal oil of the chil-
keeping out way of 9-Brig R. M. Heslen, Fries, New ,
Nassau county, Judge J. M. Baker presiding, dren, and its use in kindling fires should be the block-as the residence of Mr. Marshall York ; bricks and lime, to W.
convenes at the Court-House on Tuesday immediately adjoined the Duryee building B. C. Duryee. For the Best Family Groceries'
made offence.Dr. ,
a penal Send to Fred ,Yo
Hoyt & Co's.
;: 10-S. P. St. Nicholas. Usina Savan-
next. on the south, and from that to the corner
Snyder, Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. Lewis and nah ; with freight and pas- Goods Delivered to
;' Presbyterian Church : Services at 11 a. Miss Simpson arrived Thursday evening house, owned and occupied by Mr. Glaiber, sengers, to W. B. Tucker, agent. All Parts of the City

m. "Christian Diligence.*' In the evening i being only a few feet. 11-S. P. David Clark, Daniels. Savannah Free o f Charge.
from their sail-boat
trip by to Jacksonville,
: at 7:30 Praise Service" the children. The new chemical engine was placed in position ; with freight and pas-
a by
'; and up the St. Johns as far as Palatka. They sengers, to W. B. Tucker, agent. ,
;' All invited on the front street side of the Duryee
report having an enjoyable week of sailing
building, and the firemen and a large forceof
: .. Episcopal Church: Easter Services in the and roughing it," and only regret that April 7-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah -
volunteers mounted the roof and piazzas, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain Feed,
morning, with holy communion, at 10:30. time would not allow a more extended tour ; with freight and passengers Wholesale and Retail,
and occupied every available point where
The services will be held at the new Church of the river in the same manner. 44 by W. Tucker,agent. : by
water could be used or protection given. 7-Schr. Wm. Wilson, Eldridge\ Phil- Fred
W. Hoyt & Co.
I. on Center Street. The lit. Rev. H. B. Whipple, Bishop of The fate of the building fora long time hung adelphia; lumber, J. Mizell &

:Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilkins Warren, of Minnesota, officiated in St. Peter's Episcopal inthe balance, but thanks to the heroic con- .' Bro.
7-Schr. Oscar C. Schmidt Bacon
; Boston, are now making their annual visit Church on several occasions during the past test by brave men,.the building was saved Philadelphia; lumber,, J. C.,

to Fernandina, and are stopping at the Eg week, and'on Thursday administered the and the danger of the destruction of many Read.

;; mont as usual. rite of confirmation. We regret that more averted. .4 5-S. P. David Clark, Daniels, Savannah Lime Plaster. Cement, Hair, Shingles,
with and Nails, and other Building
freight -
':' Judge Wm. H. Leonard and wife, of New the Bishop could not have remainedover The young men of Fernandina worked by W. B.Tucker, agent.passengers Material at Fred

York, who were at the Egmont several Easter, but he had already madean faithfully and where all did so well it is un- '' 9-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah W. Hoyt &

r weeks last winter, are now revisiting our appointment to preach on Easter Sun- necessary to particularize individuals,but we ; with freight and pas- Co's.

R city and hotel. day in St. Luke's Cathedral, Atlanta. cannot fail to commend the most valuable sengers, bv W. B. Tucker agent.
10-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder,
:,, t' Mr. F. N. Goddard and wife and Mrs. The Water Supply and efficient services rendered by Lieutenant 1,680 tons, New York; freight
?, Brainard and Sailing Master Win. and passengers, by R. W.South-
Parke Goodwin, wife of the celebrated New The fire of Thursday brings forcibly for- wick.

: York journalist, were registered at the Eg ward the necessity of providing in some way Thompson of the United States Schooner 11-S. P. St.agent.Nicholas, Usina, Savannah -
Drift, now in port, with a detachment of .
mont this week.
for a supply of water, which shall be ; with freight and pas- FURNITURE.RED
sailors, by their well directed efforts and un- by W. B. Tucker & CO.
sengers ,agent.
J Prof. Foskett and the Egmont orchestra abundant and accessible. At St. Augustinethe
flinching to the intense heat of the
1 ; will assist the choir of the Roman Catholic artesian wells have been a decided suc- exposure IN PORT.
burning building. Bark Albert M. Dan. Veneon.
3 Church at the morning and evening services cess. Our city is similarly located, and no ( ;,
With tha limited means at command, it Brig R. M. Heslen, Fries.
on Easter Sunday. doubt an ample supply of water can be Schr. Fannie E. Wolston. Marr.
i was a signal success to put a stop to a con-
obtained by sinking two or more artesian Schr. Lester A. Lewis, Warren. ,
I' 'f Mrs. H. R. Johnson, of Indianapolis, who flagration which threatened at one time to <
'! "'w wells and making large reservoirs at various Schr. Cephas Starrett, Lawrence.U. The & Co's.Best .
has been visiting the family of Mr. Frank
:<. prove so disastrous. S. Schr. Drift, Lieut. Fremont. Hoyt
,n4: ', ', B. Papy, in this city, for several weeks, re- points. We invite a consideration of this The chemical fire engine proved a valua- Flour, W.

; turned to her home on Monday. subject on the part of the City Council. ble auxiliary although its full power was not Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. Choicest Fred

Mr. 0. II. Marshall and family, of Buffalo, City Council. brought out owing to the want of experienceby Tracts containing twenty acres each of Meats and .Goods at

N. Y., who spent most of the winter at Nassau The regular meeting of the City Councilwas those who had charge of it. It is quite suitable choice, high for orange hammock growing land on and Orange truck farm-Lake Most Reliable Canned

and Cuba, are making a short stop at held at the Council rooms on Wednes- evident however, that a more powerful ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare

.... the Egmont on their way North. day evening. Present : Aldernmen G. F. force engine is needed for such an occasionas very conveniently situated for transpor-

,.: Mrs. Duryee desires to extend her thanks Avery, Hoyt, Kelly, King, Robinson and that of Thursday. But for the strenuous terms tation,to by purchasers.water or rail, and Titlesareunques-will be sold on Wood, Wood.

.. ,\. to all those who exerted themselves nobly Williams, of the old board. efforts of the bucket brigade the fire would tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Having recently established a WoodYardnear

i.i and bravely at the late fire to save her After the reading of the minutes, Alder- not have been arrested. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, Dury e's mill, provided with all the
The two dwellings burned were both February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. necessary machinery for sawingandsplittingFIR
f a t property from entire destruction. man Robinson offered the following resolu-
t '\ tion which was adopted : owned by Mrs. James Bell, and were insured E-'V 0 0 D, 4
l' Mr. A. W. Benson, the veteran angler
"' < Resolved: That in the case of J. Fred Loh- the Dewson house for $1,500, in the For Sale I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood,
from Brooklyn N. Y., who entices such
't' man and Larry Wilkinson, voters for Alder- Liverpool, London and Globe, and the other On Amelia Island 88 acres of good rich ham- sawed to any lengths,for eitherstoveorfireplace
marvelous of bass from Lake LOAD.J. .
,: ..., quantity George at ONE DOLLAR PER
: ti's; every winter, is now quartered at the Eg men in the lale election, there was no elec- house for $1,500 in the Underwriters. The mock land, partly cleared, with improve- A. ELLEBMASS.

,,' .I.('. mont.. tion for the reason that a tie existed, each Duryee building was insured for $2,000 in ments. For further particulars apply to
; 'fJ.: the Continental and Home. The damageto MRS. E. R. SUHRER.
having the same number of votes ; Alder- For Sale,
'i Mrs. Osborn, wife of the special Southern
f J"il men King, Robinson and Williams votingaye the latter is estimated at $1,200. Or exchange, for Northern city property
: :ii' correspondent of the New York Graphic, The of the Notice to with two-story
and Hoyt and Kelly, no. occupants dwellings on the TaxPayers.I a thirty-five acre truck farm,
,. : "f' who has been spending several weeks in :Messrs. James McGiffin P.. Austin, G. F east side of Fourth street to Ash had all am now prepared to receive the taxes dwelling, barn, etc. Beautifully situated on
:.; : 'J this city the past winter, returned to her vacated and removed their furniture for the city of Fernandina, assessed for the the mainland, on Nassau river, within halfa
home in New York this week. Avery, and Willoughby Dorsey, the newly year 1883 J. MEDDAUGH, mile of the Florida Transit & Peninsular
.- elected Aldermen then took the oath of effects. The losses to them will be prin- City Tax Collector. Railroad. Land all under cultivation.MRS. .

.' l t "- The brig R. 21. Ileslen arrived Wednesday office, as did also the city clerk, Emil! cipally from carelessness and breakage. Fernandina, December 15. 1883, EMMA FLETCHER.

;i: f ., M1 from New York with the brick and lime for 0. Friend, whereupon the board organizedby CASUALTIES. Fernandina,.Fla., March 7, 1884.

;'' J -l' the new brick block now in course of the election of Mr. G. F. Avery as Presi- During the progress of the fire J. Fred Amelia Beach. For Rent.

t1 construction for :Mr. Wm. Austin, on the Lohman, foreman of the fire company, had
dent.A THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the The store on Second street now occupiedby
\ s? corner of Second and Broome streets. committee of three was appointed, consisting his left foot badly sprained. Mr. W. A. supervision of :Mrs. Sweeney, who will be me. and known as the "New York

t Advices were received this week by Mr. of Aldermen Robinson, McGiffinand Jones received a scalp wound from a fall- pleased to receive her old friends:: and the Store," with fixtures, etc. Desirable location.

s ;\ Southwick from the New York office of the Hoyt, to report at next meeting of Council ing bucket, and little Frankie Papy received public constantly generally.on hand.Choicest oysters, fish,tf.etc., Possession given by the middle PAUL of April.FCNKE.:

i' Mallory Line, stating that the State of Texas the amount of bonds and salary for the an ugly cut in the face from the Fernandina, Fla., March 1, 1884.

h :::'.1 arrived in New York on Monday morninglast different officers of the municipal govern- same source. COTTAGE

; with the vegetables and fruits in the ment. The regular meetings of the board The roof of the kitchen to the residence ofMr. LUCY Fresh StrawberriesOn

.: finest possible condition. were fixed on the first and third Wednesday F. B. Papy caught fire from sparks, but Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at H.

1 An ice cream festival was given Wednesday s's of each month.A was extinguished by the ladies of the house FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. E. Dotterer W. F. SCOTT.
and Dr. Starbuck's
1 evening last by the ladies of the Presby- neighbors. residenceand Just Arrived-For Sale Cheap.

i terian Church at the new Stark building onI Bright Episode. the dwelling of Frank B. Waas also Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished,withor 10O barrels Lime
Centre street. The entertainment proved, One of the pleasantest of wedding's occurred caught from the flying cinders, but the fire without board. Table Boarders will be I 150 barrels Potatoeg.I "
last accommodated; also transient. Early Rose! Peerless, and Burbank.
on Tuesday evening at the resi- was speedily extinguished.Card
' : ? as all its predecessors inaugurated b y these .
} I 16 A. B. Nov&;
= ladies, a complete success. dence of :Miss Lucy 0. Thompson, in this -

I city. The lovely bride, Miss Gertrude of Thanks.
E .1 Mr. Wm. Yewdall and wife H. B. Anthony
: Baker, of Ilion, New York was a sweet picture The undersigned desires to thank the
: : and wife and Miss Black all of
w ,\ of happy modesty. The manly groom, many friends who so timely aided him, at

.j Philadelphia, who stopped at the Egmont Mr. Jay G. Sheldon, of Jacksonville,looked the fire on Thursday last, to save his prop-
; for a few days in the early winter on their
'- the image of youthful strength and self-reli erty. FRANK A. W. MARSHALL
into Florida, are making our city another -
ance. The bride's parents and a few friends Fernandina, Fla., April 12, 1884. F. a h in
visit on their North.
.t way ,
the One of the <
composed party. pleasantest ;TERMS
l.t f Mrs. Voorhees and daughter Amanda, items in the very pleasant affair was the Married.On 212g
'. : Voorhees and Miss Florence 8th the residence c CASH. \ lrn .
: : iss.Mary exquisite courtesy of the Fernandina ladies, April at of Miss -
I Linville left for New Jersey by the San who filled the rooms with lovely flowers. Lucy O. Thompson by Rev. T. ...cIi1ls, ; w. .
Mr JAY J.SHELDON Jacksonville and Miss
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: Antonio this week. They were accompanied Mrs. A. 0. MacDonell, Mrs. "". N. Thompson GERTRUDE BAKER of Ilion, New York. / $;tneMZ i 7ta87 .
4'i to the steamship by a large number of /
Mrs. Dotterer, and Mrs. Reid were .,
friends who wished them a safe and pleasant Summer Silks,
t among those who thus brightened the open- < ;
journey. 40 cents a :yard at ; 11.
i ing steps of married life for this young ,
J. & T. KYDD'S.Goods. .
I 'y... The San Antonio left for New York Thursday couple. The flowers were most beautifully : ;::

I ; ii ', evening last with the following cargo: arranged by Mrs.\ 'V X3ylor Thompson, and It'ew :

r :x 647 cases cedar, 497 packages vegetables, 104 the elegant supper, the cordial welcome, Large lines of new goods in every department -

t _E A barrels oil, 30 logs cedar, 49 bales cotton, 79 and the warm hospitality of Miss Thomp- at J. & T. KYDD'S. ".

i, iij ,, bundles iron pipe, 52 boxes candles,101 cans son's household proved most conclusivelythat ". ", "

1 T l t'..' ':' shrimps, 27 packages hides ,and skins, 80 : the F. F. V. S. lose none of the famous To Be Raffled.At ".," ''1'. .
1! l'i: packages merchandise, 5 refrigerators straw- social virtues by a change from Virginia to Nix's News Stand, Post-office, a fine .:-;' 'c' .. t"

1 J f berries. Florida. Chances$1.00 : : /" ."
;- j .: '. new piano. ':

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