Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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System ID: UF00054505:00222
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FLORIDA.i to be sung for it.". WASHINGTON., have rapidly abandoned their work at Au

.I i.Ii i, __ Strange language this must appear to any burn and sought other fields. The reason THE CHICAGO CONVENTION.Nominated .
i JJV J. >. WHITXEU. one ,who will take the pains to recollect THE REPUBLICANS AND, THE CONTESTED ELECTION why they have not been content to stay is
that most striking passage in the first book CASES-SENATORS WRANGLING
OVER very apparent. The fund which the
.. veil the land of the cedar and vine, upon
Know blossom the beams of "Caesar's Commentaries, written down THE MEXICAN TENSION BILL- Agricultural Mechanical College lives is
Where, the iloV ers ever --;., :BL.A..JN"E: : ]
by the great soldier's own hand as he wentto -Ero.
ever shine} ETC. sufficient to keep up a first-class college.It .
Where the :citron and olive are fairest of his tent at night' after his stormy inter- WAs eNGTor*" ,*liar 31, 1884. is impossible to teach :Agriculture and

fruit, view with Divico, the haughty Helvetian accord Mechanics I
voice of the mocking I bird never ismute. Withjone tle.! republicans essay; to without preparing the student in
plod the ." leader. Referring to the taunts of his ad- make capital out of thO'.recently-contested other branches. Mathematics and Natural on the\ Fourth! Ballot... .

versary respecting a defeat inflicted, on a election cases, which have. resulted. in seat, Philosophy must accompany :Mechanics.

The land pf the orange, the citron ami lime, Roman army long ago by the Helvetians, a ing democratic membersThe tr J? unseating Chemistry, and to a certain extent Geologyand "

1-11e}uaihd! in beauty, unrivalled in clime ; defeat not yet avenged, Cesar concluded his of a republican and -the. :ac1mis3ion of a Physiology must accompany: ,Agricul Special Telegram to the Jfirror.

The land of the mango, the guava and date, reply by such a reference to divine provi- democrat in his placothey: regard as apolitical ture. All must be accompanied by English CHICAGO, ILL. June 6.--The Chi-

Of tropu-al\;:bowers, where lovers may mate. dence in the punishment: of men as can .crime and, an'outrage....! on justice. history and Literature. Composition and Tribune ; '
live oak magnolia and pine, hardly be surpassed for explicitness in an- thaVthe la' House of ': cago says that last night's
The lan.l l of the They forget : ,.., Representatives Metaphysics, or the student is simply a
\Yith parasite'! : blossoms\ and c'crrccn.vine, cient or modern times. To these things which i is xlJst i iguished from all machine and not a man. It is a requisite demonstrations and vote oil adjourn-

Of poets 1'riglit: fancies; and Mill brighter Cicsar thus replied: Jjlflfr as regards the other deliberative bodies"*that* ever existed as that military tactics must be taught. Thus ment shows Elaine's great strength
drca'ui' fact that"they so insolently gloried in their the Keiifer House, rode, .over... the minority to we find the A. and)!. College of necessity and indicates his nomination. C5 *

Of lake of! real beauty and crystal clear victory, and in a, long continued impunity unseat democrats who'JIiad; received from loaded down with all the chairs: of a regular

!-trcaTu4 ; for injuries inflicted, this isthe explanation ; one to five thousand majority.! It is trueit literary and scientific college and the fund The Inter-Ocean says : "The situation

Of den'.e! tailed; forest and wide stretching the immortal god were accustomed, in unseated one democrat. before Congress which was intended to encourage especially is practically unchanged. That

, ;plain, .t I order that men might suffer more severely expired, having had ',the"use of a vote to agriculture and mechanics is divided over a the Southern delegates are unanimously

Th| home 4f the Indian-defended in vain when the change should come, to grant which it had not the slightest right for two broad field of learning. firm for Arthur I and thatBlaine'

eflovet'3! with hues like the prismatic meanwhile, to those whom God determinedto years. Speaking of this college and the difficul-

ray, 1 I; punish for their crimes, a greater degreeof The House decided by ,a large majoritythat ties under which it has labored the Selma ::; forces stick with great tenacity -

Kxhale their rich fragrance from June until prosperity and a longer period of impu Mr. Wallace instead of Mr. :McKinleyhad : \rimes says : ; that Sherman's: ,: Logan'sand

May.Laud ? : I nity." And as regards Te Drums said: or an unquestioned majority of the votes Let us have a technical school Organizethe Edmund's men are waiting and

1 of; va.;t foul( tams!:, all studded with sung, while it was not for Cajsar to order" cast in the Eighteenth Ol District. Representative college for that purpose. Let us have hoping for a break in the Arthur and

helm : \ them, being at that time himself an appointee Turner, of Georgia, i in a rapid men who know that there arc other mules Blain
forces. The Times
More striding 1 ; tm brilliants in king's of the Senate he is pleased to review of the questions involved in the besides those which liave four feet. Let the refrains

diadems. ', mention again and again, and again, at the case closed the debate.IIis argument has been youth of the State go to the University to from predictions, and says none of .

nenKitlMvho-secalm; : waters of soft silvery close of his recital of victories achievedover called the strongest that has ever been.heard become scholars. Let them know once for the nomination speeches e/mal/ those

sheen, iTlie the Gauls, that when these things were in the House on an election'case., His perfect all, that Auburn is the place to learn practical of Conkling's.

grottos of Naiads far distant are seen ; made known at Rome by letters from Caesar, familiarity with every 'fact, and precedent mechanics, civil engineering and the '
CHICAGO June 6 10:30
And 1 legends describe them disporting of old a thanksgiving for fifteen days-a longer bearing on the case and his deep conviction scfence of agriculture. When the college is : A.M.-The

In garments{ bCSla! } pled with diamonds and period than was ever ordered fpre-was of the justice ofjjMr., Wallace's put on this basis, when it is given a definite convention has not yet assembled

; )W. ; ,decreed by the Roman Senate. claim, completely solidified the doubting object and comes. to occupy the field;it was and the yelling of the crowd outside

In thisfauoredlarll\ 1, so attractive and blest, That he was a God-fearing man can hardlybe democrats in support of.the' committee's designed to cultivate, there will be no difficulty the doors rivals the uproar of the

The weary, hick pilgrim. may always find pretended, but assuredly it is an astounding report. Referring to Representative Ran- in finding a president i who will stay. when

ri'ht. proposition of this modern writer that ney's remarks, he said : ,""The gentleman :Mr.: Tichenor and :Mr.: Brown and Mr. Boyd night names were presented.

Be lover of science new fields may explore his (Cresar's) own writings contain noth- from :Massachusetts: <#knows nothing about grew weary of trying to do everything and It is said the Arthur men ]have de-

from \'alletl' l Ijll top, and along every ing to show that he had any religious be- this case at all, he but voiced the sentimentof only partially succeeding in any. Let us cided to try and force an adjournment -

shore lief at all." $re the republican incumbentwho had been have a technical college." after a few ballots. An earn-

New objects' of interest, fresh wonders are ------ led to believe that Mr. Raney would so present This is all very well, but the difficulty is est consultation
found, GENERAL RABCOCK'S SAD .PIA TI!. the McKinley side of the controversythat not escaped by strengthening expand going on among

In flowers, in fruits, in coral made ground. The steamer. Jennie Lane, with the remainsof the democratic majority would not ing the technical departments. The load is the New York delegates.
General Babcock on board, arrived at her
Land of the soft south wind, whose sweet- wharf yesterday morning. They were takenin dare to unseat him." The House was tired, merely' increased. The necessity for the LATER.

scented breathy charge by Undertaker Oak and embalmed, but it applauded. Turner. .loud and long scientific chairs and the schools for the
Hears freely to thousands. long respite from and were forwarded to Washington on the before it proceeded to vote.:; humanities remains as urgent as ever. Illinois cast its entire vote for

death.' 2:30 p. m. train. Accompanying the body. Half of the republican members are off Now The Register makes a suggestion Blaine at 3:27: p. m. The Illinois
were Mr. George D. Benjamin, and Mr. B. B.I I
Beautiful land J since the sad fate of Eden, Smith, who joined the vessel at Charleston.Mr. to the Chicago convention;! and the democrats which will be received at first and in some vote, with Elaine's preceding votes,

No fairer retreat mortals= is given.A Smith says off the Fliaros ,anchored about are doing .!.he. work..:They are now quarters with hostility, but which in _our gives him 415, a majority of the entire ... ',. ...
home for the aged, the young and the half a mile the outer bar buoy- at Mosquito engaged on'thtrbiir nfak'fngTppr6prfaU6ns'. PIt is'the only solution "of the difficulty. Elaine
Inlet Sunday last. A heavy sea was convention. is nominated -
gay : rolling, but they did not consider it as for the Legislative, Executive and Judicial. is this. Make the A. & :\1. College one of

And those whose; life current is ebbing dangerous to go in, and preferred to wait expenses of the Government for the fiscal the departments of the State University, justas at 3:29 p. m.

away.-;; ; for a tug to take the schooner over the bar. year of 1885 and for other purposes.In the Law School is one of the departmentsof CHICAGO 4:30: m.-The following
p. -
May thy'progressjbe:' onward, and virtue About 1 o'clock p. m. Monday a large the Senate, the Utah bill has had the that institution. Instead of ten or twelve
whaleboat manned by
Newman official bulletin
Captain of the vote
thy guide, =. and six men, came off with General Bab- right of way, but Senator Hoar has been professors there would then be need for only was.

Unsullied,escutcheon. of freemen thy pride. cock's mail, and the latter, Luckey, Suter prevailed upon to keep his lobby in abeyance two or three-one of Practical Mechanics, posted :
and our informant concluded to go ashore. to the Mexican Pension Bill. There Arthur 207 Blaine '
of Practical and 544 Ed-
one Agriculture- one ;
The above lines were first published in the They left the Pharos at 1:30: and everythingwent per ; .
Jacksonville Semi-Tropical, a literary maga- well until they reached the outer has been much debate on the latter, in the haps of Practical Chemistry. The other I munds, 41 ; Logan, 7; Hawley, 15;.

zine, published 187G-78, and were copied ina breakers. The boat passed the first roller course of which a number cf Senators paid professors are furnished by the Literary and Lincoln 2. ...
number'of all right, but when they were on the crest glowing tributes to the heroes of the Mexican Scientific Departments of the University.There ,
papers. of the second the steering oar, which was The votes were received with
After great
war. an unusually eloquent
held Newman is no necessity for two sets of professors -
by Captain broke and the
Et'fers tq 1} the air plant, w common in the captain fell overboard. The boat filled, as speech, Senator Morgan expressed himselfas to teach the same schools. The incomeof enthusiasm. Bands are playingrcanon
of South I for ila, where more than one
hundred may be Men on one tree; the flowers are Captain Newman .reached it again, and 'heat disgusted at the spectacle presented by the Agricultural and Mechanical College are booming, and the street
a rich criuiHin, very rfiowy. once ordered all hands to cling to the this discussion. Senator Van Wyck here from the public fund is about $20,000. The
-- -- life-lines. The third breaker upset the boat around the hall is filled with peopleElaine's
said, that as the Alabama Senator was so three for that -
necessary professors Depart-
DE GOURGUES AND CJESAR. and threw them all into the water, but they
f all held fast as well as they could the wind gloomy about the debate he would like to ment could be well paid and a large amountbe I nomination was made
To the Editor of the. Florida Mirror: and tide gradually driving them in shore. ask him ,Mr. unanimous and
a question. Morgan retorted, left to erect buildings and buy the instru- at 5:15 p. m. the-
You will remember the famous inscription Sometimes a man's hands would be torn
"Don't insult me when you want to ask a ments needed for practical work. It wouldin convention until 8
wooden tablet Dominique loose by the violence of the waves, but they adjourned p. m
placed on a by -
question. Ask it like a gentleman." The handsome cabinets for
all hung on until they had got pretty near time provide the
de Gourgues over the dead Spaniardswhom the inner breakers, when Mr. Luckey gave Senator from Kansas then inquired whetherit geological and chemical schools, and elaborate : Call for a County Convention.The .

he Had hanged-three hundred years up and went down. At the inner breakers was just to give a wealthy man who had machinery for instruction in the arts. Conservative Democratic party of
ago-for the outrages inflicted on the French the boat plunged so fearfully that it was impossible -
to hold on, and Babcock, Suter and been a Mexican soldier $8 a month, and It would give us a technical school worthyof Nassau County will hold a County Conven-

captives, declaring, as he fastened them to one of the boat's crew-a man named Chas. give only that pittance to a poor fellow who the State, and at the same time increasethe tion at Callahan on Saturday, June 14th,

the same trees on which they had suspended 1\IcCormick-went down. The rest struck had almost to beg his bread." Mr. Morgan usefulness of the University. 1884 for the selection of delegates to repre-
the Frenchmen: : "This I do, not to out for the shore, and finally succeeded in
Spaniards: nor tIarannes. but to reaching it in an exhausted condition.The thought it would be no compliment to the With the A. and :M.: fund united to the sent Nassau County at the State Conventionto

traitors boat turned over and over in the surf rich man, but a great boon to the poor one. university fund and with the grant of lands be held at Pensacola, June 25th, 1884.
robbers and murderers and
: ; frequently, and Mr. Smith thinks that those Senator Beck was opposed to pensioning recently made to the University, our State also deligates to the District Convention.The .
you may recall ;the descriptions andconjl.'Ctl1re who were drowned last were struck by it. the widows of the soldiers who had remar- I I Districts are entitled to delegates as
would soon boast a University equal to
respecting that strange word and disabled in that way. General Bab- very
ried. He said Mexican
soldiers who
J/oranne, i iu which iyou and I had a part, cock's body was washed ashore at once, and may any in the country. Then, instead of our follows :
- and that : : Mr. Luckey's remains were recovered on I never have heard a hostile gun fired, and young men going off to Vanderbilt, to the Precinct No. 1..................>.....11 Delegates-
while both inclined the
; we: to Tuesday. Mr. Benjamin had them buriedon I. who were rich and unhurt might marry University of Virginia, to Princeton to Yale Precinct No. 2........................_ 2 "
opinion that it must Moor the evi- account of
; : mean decomposition having set in.
- dence did not scemconclusive.:; -TimesUnion.THE women eighteen years old, and the Govern- and to the Stevens Institute at Hoboken, we Precinct No. 3........................_ 2.L

Probably ment be called upon to pension them as would find them all remaining in their own Precinct No. 4......... ......... ....._ 2 ..-};'

1 your mind was long since fully International Railroad is a fixed fact, long as they live.II ," continued he, State and adding to the glory of the com- II Precinct No. 5......................... 3 "

t of persuaded I
r s that recent date, and was perfected on reading gressing and the iron on hand to finish the old, and, of course,'the- older they get lives. With two Institutions barely able to Precinct No. 7.......................... 4 *>
interesting road from the Transit at Panasoffkee ;
very : book Parkman's to ,. .
;; Pioneers of France ho the New, World." Tampa. This will open a direct line down the more certain they are to marry very make buckle and tongue meet we cannot Precinct No. 8.......................... 2 '"

)Ir. Parkman: the peninsula. Just how Palatka is to come young women if they can. I believe, as a compete with the handsomely endowed Precinct No. 9.......................... G .'

1 Maranne remarks in a note that in for a direct connection is not known. rule, the older men get the younger the wife colleges of the North and West, but with Precinct No. 10......................_. 3 "
: or .VaraneJ: was a word of reproach The International is already graded from "
, applied to ::'Spaniards. It seems originallyto Palatka to Jacksonville and with all this they want. A Senator asked if he meant one institution well endowed, as the Uni- Precinct No. 11......................?.. 2 '*
it would the Mexican war soldiers ? "I should be ; The voters of the several Districts
have Moor. Michelet calls Ferdi- expensive outlay, seem strange versity would be under the plan the Register are requested
meant that Gen. Gordon would abandon it afraid to trust some of the old gentlemen in
nand "uu"vicux j as use- suggests, we would find hundreds of to assemble at their voting placeson
Marane arare"-an old less. Fernandina will look forward to "
a the Senate if
they were added to the various schools and Saturday, June 7th, and choose delegatesto
young men _
-: avaricious Marane.* ; The Spanish Pope, brighter period in her history for with this
\lexmdcr1.; was: always nicknamed Le road making a direct line from Tampa to Congressmen are much concerned about educated by enthusiastic teachers possessedof represent them in said Convention.By .

Marane, "the that port will, undoubtedly increase her the ventilation of the Hall of Representatives. the proper appliances.In order of the Executive Committee
Moor!' hy his enemy andsuccessor commerce. From the first we predictedthat The plan under favorable consideration making this suggestion we have the H. J. BAKER, Chairman.
ijcvere. ;
the road would
Gordon hitch on to the
contemplates taking pure air from a Auburn and East Ala- J. A. EDWARDS, Secretary.
kindest for
I do feeling
not know that the above explanationof Transit, and it has. Now what concerns
Palatka vital to her interests point on the dome of the Capitol!, 200 feet section
the term: as is, how are bama, and wish the people of that
hitherto used by le Gourgues has been we to be benefited? Are we to be left out above the ground, and forcing it down advantage not inconsistent with the Precinct Convent ton.
published in Florida, and I submit in the coldor will our Florida Southern forma through the chamber. The Committee on All Conservative-Democratic voters 'are
it best interests of the State but it is evident
to your cbnsidera i {ion. Permit me to add connection making a direct route from Ventilation is this requested to assemble at Lyceum Hall on
one word $) criticism on Froude's brilliant Palatka to Tampa? It is not improbablethat earnestly considering that the Agricultural Mechanical:: College Monday, June 9th, at 8 o'clock, p. m.,. for
"Sketch of Caesar the J. T. &; K. ""., will, when the con- question, and it is hoped that when Con- is at present restricted in its usefulness.The the purpose of electing eleven delegates to
:which certainly has no nection is finished to Sanford her reassembles December it need Precinct No.
move gress : next fund which it lives, as at presentapplied represent 1 at the County. Con ,
n'Ctionyith De; pourgues and his day, depot to the platform on the west side of not grow weak.from lack of oxygen. upon vention to be held at Callahan on[Saturday,
except as both pert: h to literature. town and make a union depot. In this case falls short of its purpose. If ap June 17th. W. N. THOMPSON
u the l list the river connections will end, for this com- plied hereafter, as we suggest it 'will ac- Chairman Precinct No. 1.
page of his work, Froude -THE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL -
avers, after pany will no longer need steamers to con- complish all that the State expects.-Mobile
some severe strictures on our old nect with Sanford., Palatka has too muchat COLLEGE. Wood Wood.
friend Cicerd (whom 1 ie appears to considerthe stake to let her opportunities pass by with There are various suggestions just now as Register. ;i
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only I possible intellectual rival of Caesar simple neglect. These reflections should to the person who would make a good Having recently established a WoodYardnear
m that stir Our minds, and awaken our energies. :Notice of Removal.I Dur\ e's mill, provided with all thenecessary
contain age-; :, that the' writings of Caesar In the game that Savannah now is playingto President for the State Agricultural and beg to inform my friends and customers machinery for sawing: and splitting

nothing to \,.tow that he had any ,direct all roads and country produce to :Mechanical: College at Auburn. Three that I have removed my place of businessto FIRE-WOOD '
ttligious: belief at'all. He saw no evidence her port looks very much like leaving Presidents have resigned in the last few the Swann concrete block near the foot ,

:hat the tf'di practically\ interfered in' Florida out., Florida should have one years ; Rev. Dr. Tichenor first then :Mr.: of Centre street. Thankful for past favors, I am now prepared to furnish Oak Woo.
unman, grand outlet to the ocean trade, and the I hope to merit a continuance of the same. sawed to any'lengths; for either stove or fire
affair He thanked his soldiers way it now looks Fernandina will be thepla'ce. Brown ami now Mr. Boyd. These were all R. G. McQciTTiFernandine ". place, at. ONE DOLLAR PER LQAD.J. ., .

alravict<,?, but did not order Te Leuins, scholarly and hard-working men, but they Fla., April IS, 1S84.. I A. ELI.EBiI.i52r, ,

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: :i ,PJLTIEXCR. I Why, you goose, through the news- I ested up here on the south shore of \.ever chance happened. The train had f have been made happy by: this fact--;
ra \ _____ I have reached unceremonious Nobody I for his uncle made such
; papers, of course ; don't you know the pond ; so much so that an stop. provisions in
A t Hold tliou mine hand, ,beloved, as we sit that: there is nothing hid in these days come up now to make some inquiries inside was much hurt, and investigation his will that he could never have
:; : Within the radiance dainty shadows of our winter fire flit that; the-papers can't, bring to light? about it." %. showed that a raw boy needed for earthly goods, and he bade
i Watching as they
I. ; : I tell Ned in Yes VOlt'air the man that with an ox team. had succeeded in his attorney search the world
f : : On wall and ceiling, as the flames leap 1 1t can you one thing, yes, r over to
a : higher. regard to this very enterprise ; and was here-I knew your face was kinder getting his cart directly across the find im.and 'see that, j justice Was
,Hold thou my hand, beloved, with the calm that is, that all the newspapers will nat'ral like, but I couldn't put it track and in stopping there in despairon done."
assured and ,
.Close clasp of love, at rest
f': And let the peace of home a blessed balm. not reach those whom you seek." where it belonged. Val, glad to seeye hearing the approaching train. :My poor, poor father! "
.T: ,? ; Fall on us, folding faithful, breast to Indeed 'gin ; but I should a-thought I'd The cart was demolished, the oxen Then I explained the incident of
':.'i breast.. '" I am in earnest ; and more than a-knowd ye afore Dark las'night rolled in the dirt, and worst of all our the Bible, and the .name I had accidentally -
Of all thy love hath done and borne for me,
: .The stronger sonl supporting still the weak, that, I believe that there is but one when ye come, and I want spectin engine was so badly injured that we noticed in it, which had given
''i' :The good hand giving royally and free; person in the land that can tell you on ye nor nothin': Neow, 'bout thatlandlet's could not'move from the spot till the me a clew to the right parties, when
LI.t ;'The! :: tender by. heart that put man's?roughness where to find. the obejcts of your proposed see, where abeouts does it, next train came up, several hours Ned :Morton confided to me his pro-
; ; #iTo\ wipe weak tears from eyes too seldom search ? lay? later. There was plenty of grumblingbut fessional "rOmil.nce." In conclusion'
; Uc; .1!]I .: : dry. And that person "is-yourself." 0I indicated a tract of considerable no help for the misfortune, and I said : "Now that I have found von,

.{ '' I l'touch this thing and that, the pretty gifts, Exactly extent' including that occupied by the the half-dozen passengers returned to I shall go back happy in the knowledge
a : !The silver zone, the jeweled linger ring Ned looked at me, quite at a loss Lowes'cabin, and ended by an inquiry the car and settled themselves to waitas that for you, at least, the wrongsof
:'p ;: 1 Tile outward symbols of a love that lifts whether to be surprised or provoked. as to the ownership. philosophically as possible the tedi- the past may be righted. You
; :My love and me beyond life's buffeting. I[ had never confided to him my ro Wai, I dunno jest who does own ous hours. have only to confide in Mr. Morton,
Yet, oh! thrice river! there remains -
rf;; i ;, : generous mance-that of the vacation trip ; and it ; we should hey to look that up, Tell you, this is bad luck for all who will direct you in all the steps
t :,A. tiling for which I have not thanked he did not know, as the reader does, No, 'taint occupied-never has been. of us," said the conductor, answeringthe necessary to take in order to secure

I 'Thy pati'iice th-'se yet-,through the long years with the: secret of my assurance. There was a kind of crazy chap set- score of questions which greetedhis possession of your property."
f+ their pains- Hang it all, Tom," he finally tled there-you know him-got hurt entry of the car.U We are fifteen :My property ? I do- not under-
,.s, Thy.pjtience with my weakness and ret burst forth, "I wish you would ex- last year, while YOU was here, and ,miles from the junction, there is no stand you ? "

I Ah, let gret.me thank thee now with falling plain yourself as to this matter. Have died." r team that can be had to carry you "I mean your father's: property,
" tears, you got the inside of a mystery just "Then he died ? I thought he was through, and even if you were there it conveyed by his uncle will, which by
,1 i. Tears of great joy, and deep, serene. con- this: day communicated in all confi- better when I left. He had no inter- would be only the question of' a different his death becomes yours. The amountis
tent, dence from old England? Your face est in the land, you think?" place to wait-it would be an large and will make you a wealthy!
.And God be thanked that through the
.J'1 .. -t weary years says you have Come, out with it." Not a cent. But he had money ; impossibility to strike the next run. lady."
; /, :. We saw together ere our lives were blent, Taking a piece of paper, I wrote the girl paid for the funeral, what it I But I've done what I can for you. She mused for some moments, seem
a {,,,' : 'Although patience'mat.ched the years were desolate love and and long both, the; name William Lowes, and placedit cost-'twant much, ye know." There's a good wholesome farm house ing to distrust her comprehension of
; .( : "Thy were strong! thy before him. His start of surpriseand "And the girl-what became of back here a few rods, and they'll give what I had been saying. Then she
I I -All the, Year Round. the look of blankness which accompanied her ? you all a warm dinner about twenty spoke slowly, like one bewildered:
,; 1*. ; -------- -- it, showed my suspicion to "She's gone somewhere ; I don't i minutes, and I'll settle for it, which is "I do not want wealth. What
ANNIE OF THE WILD WOOD. be correct. know where-nobody knows, I guess. the best I can do for you, sorry to ;I could I do with it ? I am quite contented
That is not the whole name," he Only a day or two ago some of us !1" as I am."
: said. wuz a talkin'about it, but nobody say.His announcement was greeted with My dear Annie I cried, with
:Months had passed, and the early Enough said,'' I returned. Yousee knowed any more than I did. Girl hearty assurances of appreciation, and mor energy than I was aware of at
.' days of spring had come. As I entered that I know something of this could have done well to staid here- at the appointed time he led the way the time, you want it because it is
the office of my young lawyer matter, and I will tell you that it is she wuz smart And with his to the spot-a well built and home your own-because it will save you
'', friend, Ned :Morton, one afternoon, no recent knowledge. I do not know tongue once in motion I had no needof like structure from which the aroma from drudgery and care, and because;
I, ,:i that enthusiastic individual sprang up that I can help you, but if I am at further questioning to get posses- of the waiting meal came very grate- it will bring within your reach all the
t : to meet me and ejaculated in his an- fault it will be a hard task for you to sion of all he knew in the premises, fully to our nostrils. The proprietorgave reasonable blessings of life. You
cient way: find other clews.'* which so far as serving the purposesof us a hearty welcome, and, soon would not defeat the dying wish of
By Jove, Tom, I've struck a romance : Will you tell me what you know ?" my mission was concerned, amountedto six hungry travelers were oblivious to your repenting uncle to make such
fi, v "I will help you in your work," I just nothing at all. Declining his all save the repast before them. reparation as he could for his earlier
Ned was the junior partner of thee replied, "if you are willing that I offer to accompany me, I obtained a As the dinner approached completion injustice." '
: well- tablrhed law firm of Blake, should work in my own way till I am boat and rowed away over the course I raised my eyes to the face of What you say must be true, for
"f' c Guv & Morton, a very boy in impulse able to place the result in your which had become so familiar to me a the girl in attendance to ask for a glassof you are wiser than I am ; but would
and fervor, but having withal a keen hands." I few months before. I wanted the opportunity water. Could it be possible ? It not the possession of wealth bring
q Judgment and a sagacity. that had He mused for a moment, and then to be alone and think. My was, for she recognized me at the same greater dangers than its want? "
already won him many notable tri exclaimed heartily : "Whyof course anticipations had met with a cruel moment-I had found Annie Lowes In some cases, possibly, but not in
., umph. By virtue of his juniority in What am I thinking about? But at blow in the death of Lowes and the Startling to me as was this unlooked yours; for I know that-''
: ," ; the firm and the natural qualities least you will want to know more disappearance of his daughter ; but I for meeting, I had presence of mind The sound of a distant car whistle
above alluded to, what may be termed than I have ever told you ? would not give up the search at once enough to see that it was equally] so gave warning of the approach of the
the speculative business of the office We consulted for a few moments, in -perhaps I might stumble upon some to her. Her face, pale for a moment train by which we might hope to pro-
went into his hands by mutual con- the course of which I enlightened him clew to her whereabouts.My became deeply crimson, as she took ceed on our journey ; and, much as I
sent, :while the more ponderous cases somewhat as to my discoveries, though : first visit was to the site of the the glass from my hand. By nursingmy disliked to tear myself from the pre-
.were :managed by the senior members. preserving intact the salient facts of deserted cabin ; for I found that some appetite and prolonging the meal, sence of the modest girl whose unaffected -
,It wals no unusual thing for Ned to my secret, and with the additional miscreant had set fire to the little I found an opportunity to say that I charm was making such
make of me a semi-confidant in cases facts which he gave me I was prepared structure, of'which only blackened must see her before leaving the place ; havoc with my peace of# mind as no
where it would be proper so to do, at the moment I left his office, fragments of walls now remained. The and then I wandered about over the fashionable beauty had ever wrought,
!' '*t I and I was not surprised at the present to act. My: action, of course, took the sight; sent a thrill of indignation premises till I saw the coast clear and I was anxious, on the other hand, to
i' *: enthusiastic outbreak."A form of a visit to the remote settle- through my frame. Who had daredto hastened to Annie's side, finding her hasten in triumph to Ned Morton and
i i., romance, Ned !" I returned; ment where I had discovered Mr.\ desecrate that shrine of filial devotion at work in the kitchen, her face flush- declare the success of my mission.
z/.,. "well I believe it is no uncommon Lowes, since correspondence was not ? But then I reasoned that the ing again at my approach. But hergreeting For a moment I had feared that Annie,
thing for you to do that." to be thought of in a matter of so guilty party could not have known that was kindly, and her hand yielding to a sense of her inexperienceand
Oh, little romances for a cent, you much importance. Indeed, with a ministering angel as I knew her, could trembled a bit as she placed it in shrinking from a struggle with
know,-these are plenty enough; but perpetual interest in the man and his not have appreciated if they had mine. the new world to which her good for-
]{ :':', c this is not that sort-a full grown onea daughter, I had remained in total known-and, with a sickness of heart, Annie, how is it I find you here ?" tune would introduce her, perhaps influenced -
subject for Sylvanus Cobb, Jr., or ignorance of their subsequent history, I made my way back to the villageand I asked. "I have sought vainly for also by the bitter teachingsof
r :, :Mrs. "Eden Southworth." because I had considered the use of sought out Dr. Bumble. From any trace of you." her father, might refuse to accept
..j ; Is it possible ? the mails entirely out of the question.If him I learned that the apparent rally In a few words she told the story of the fortune thrust upon her ; but as I
-.)I :Not only possible, but an actual a letter had reached :Mr. Lowes he which we had observed was only the her life since last we parted ; how her pictured to her in hasty words the rea-
; fact. I'll tell you the main points and would never have acknowledged the closing struggle of nature, and that ina father had died and after his burial, sons for her acceptance of that which
f let you decide for yourself-of course fact, and the intervention of any few days the patient had quickly. wishing to escape the sad memories of was her right, I saw that a fresh as-
''i there will be no breach of professional third party, even kindly Dr. Bamble, faded away and died. But he could the locality, she had wandered away, piration was awakened, and I felt sure
confidence in that. It's a lost Englishman -' i was not to be thought of. do nothing toward solving the questionof she scarcely knew whither, till she that in case of a struggle it would
I want to find-man well connected How interminable the route seemedto supremest moment-he knew noth- found employment with the farmer at guide her aright.
,,: in the country business not me. The branch railroad had grown ing as to the subsequent movements of whose house I had discovered her. "I shall tell my friend, then, that
ci .satisfactory-quarrel with friends- slower and more unendurable, I felt Annie. He is kind," she added, and I you are ready to take such steps as he
*' '**'' 1 :goes,luny-takes little girl and comes sure ; and then the worn out dilapi- For two or three days I remainedin have here a home, which is my greatest may deem necessary? '' I said, as I
;ito America, where all trace of them dated stage was 100 per cent. more the neighborhood, pursuing my need." took her hand to say good bye.
I > 4 'i ''is lost. Friends over there think better rickety and snail-like than I had fictitious quest of desirable lumber Have you no wish to seek your And when she said sweetly, "As
""j I of the whole matter-death-bed found it before. Added to this, one lands, and receiving the offer of unbounded home-your friends across the sea." you think best I felt more satisfied
repentance, or amounts to the same had to endure the wearisome volubility tracts from owners eager to Oh, sir, I have no home, no friends with myself and all the world.
thing-leave great fortune to the lost of the driver, who, I suppose so sell. With every new person whom I there !1" she answered I was a child Ned Morton was busy with a client
one-our correspondents in London seldom had a passenger that he would met the conversation was turned upon when I came from there ; I do not when I reached his office the follow-
.c put the thing in our hands to hunt up have found it quite impossible to restrain the squatter's claim of Lowes and so know that I wish to return." ing day, but he excused himself for a
E, the proper persons and put them in himself had he made an effort, to the fate of his daughter, but all in "Annie," I said, earnestly, I be- moment and hurried me into a private -
,f'w'..lre l the way of getting hold of all this and certainly he made no such efforton vain. There was not a thread or lieve that I have news for you from room.
.. 'to* 'wealth. There Isn't that a full the present occasion. Nor did I shadow of a clew to be found' and at your friends in England that will What is it, old boy? he de-
> > -grown romance? Who wouldn't get discourage his communicativeness; forI last I decided to hasten back to New please you. That is, I am not mis- manded. "I see something in your
+ .t : enthusiastic over such a job as that?" had a faint hope that in. the course York and take Ned, Morton fully into taken in supposing that your father's face.: "
t But suppose this father should be of his gossip he might throw some my confidence. It would be a cruel name was William Lowes Brentville?'' Brentville is dead ; I have found
:dead or insane?" I mused. light upon the object of my search ; disappointment to go bootless back, She hesitated a moment before mak- his daughter," I said, very calmly.
: "'hy, if he is dead, the girl in- and whatever part I took in the con- and I already discounted the keen ing the admission ; but then she said, ; Impulsive Ned caught me in his
;,'' :herits, of course, and as to insanity, versation was.to lead it indirectly to- shafts of his sarcasm, but there was no almost impulsively : : arms from.pure delight, and plied me
I' { S ,. ;;that would depend upon the degreeU word such a result. But the Jehu help for it, and I finally found myselfon "That was a secret which my father ,with half a dozen questions at once.
'j f :and so forth and so forth." was intractable, and at last relapsed that terribly slow train, creeping would have guarded with his life, and After his client was gone I gave him a
+;,,r; i: Could this girl, after the lapse of I into a silence which I did not need to down the beautiful valley of a charm- perhaps I ought not to depart from faithful history of all connected with
x ,1 :Drears since her coming to this country, break till our destination was reached. ing river, surrounded by natural love- his wishes, so often expressed ; but the life in America of Brentville and
l :prove her claim?" The inn, or <{ tar-vun1, in the ver- liness which I was in no mood to you have been our friend, and I trust ,his daughter, my friend rubbing his
t'S ; ; Of course ; there will be no technicalities nacular of the neighborhood, I found acknowledge or admire. you. That was his name." hands with satisfaction meanwhile.
i, ,f" : in the case, for everything is well filled with the settlers who had The train was rattling along at a And he had an uncle Richard who Good, good !1" he exclaimed with
t al i ic '< fresh and live. But,- hang it Tom, come in from the region round aboutto very fair rate of speed, and I was wronged him deeply? I pursued. rapture. The case is perfectly clear,
1 I what are you driving at? I tell you gossip, play cards and drink ; and very comfortably settled in one corner He had an uncle Rich-a cold, bit- and in three months we will have the
: ;;my romance, and instead of getting it was not till the next morning thatI of my seat, trying to derive ''some ter man, of whom I never think with- heiress in possession, of her bequest.The .
:enthusiastic and congratulating me on found opportunity to confer. with the gratification from the fact that my out a shudder '' first thing to do is to get the legal
', : the possibility of finding this heiress. landlord alone. bootless chase would soon be over, Thank you, Annie. You must proof of his death and a few like formalities -
: and wedding her, you begin to ponder Perhaps you wonder what broughtme when the engineer broke rudely in now listen ,while I tell you why I have and then the work will be
t' S ;over the legal technicalities of the to your place I said by way of a upon my reverie with a sharp whistlefor thus sought to discover your family simple. Perhaps you wouldn't mind
a' : ,,thing. Come come, Tom, no hatching feeler. the brakes. The single brakemanwas history. A law firm in New York taking a trip up that way once more,
I t 3 .t : :,'up ,eel irnes to betray my confidence Wall," he replied, w.ith. a comical comfortably seated near the stove, have received intelligence that your as you have an acquaintance in thepremises.
:ftn4.i. ilm off false ,heirs; that will squint, we don't hev many biznis in which a fire was rendered necessaryby kinsman, Richard Brentville, is dead." ."
:,neVer 101! men up this way, 'less they are interested the sharp chill of the raw day. A sigh, as of relief, went up from the The reader hardly needs to be told
x i. 4t f T e idea, Ned, of charging an old 'in lumber or suthin' of that sort, Hearing the call he dropped the paper listener.: But he lived long enoughto that I could not decline such an invi-
a : : churn- even in jest, with such a but et the same time we never karki- whose questionable illustrations he see how he had wronged your tation, and I surely need not refer to
:Itho'uglt' Certainly I am interested late to ax a man his bizness, long as was scanning, and looked around to father, and to make acknowledgment all the reasons that prompted me.
in!i your romance, more I think, than he has a kind of honest look." discover the reason for the evidently of his error.:' Suffice it to say that within a weekwe
; 1 jybu cfcn be yourself, and I'll tell you Just so," I said. Now I am a unwonted signal. Next moment lie "And my poor father,- who suffered were gathering up the legal threads
,;'N {tW11V'ater: on. But I'd like'to ask little! given to timber land speculationat was piled hap-hazard on the floor, and so much, did not live to know this.'' and as Ned expressed it, "making so
4 'Xnetfiing: more, and that is how you times: and when I was here last the rest of u=? were in lively gymnastics -' I had hoped to find him living,' I close::: a net that no slipperycould Briton

1i 's' : ':f3xpec' I.'.to find these parties? season I became a good deal inter- over the backs of seats, and where- said, "and that his last days might find a hole in it." .

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ndlan| accompanied by Ned, 2d of | I ITDIE "< etc., apply to General Ticki-t Office. Fimandimt. Albany daily at .:...........'11:20 a m

ae .areA his earnest intention of CARD or to the Company' offices in -Jack, Arrive Montgomery daily at...... 7:57; a tu
who sonville. Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9oO p m
never resting: for a moment till he had OF THE Arrive at Nashville daily at-.......... 8:10 a m

put her in full possession of her rights, still citizen FLORIDA RAILWAY &XAYIGATIOX COMt1A Y. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00: p m
I natural enthusiasm had Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... -.:;<:;-) p m
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but Iii Effect Miy 10th 1S34. i CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION Arrive at St. Louis daily at.-......... 7::0 a m
sincere and devoted > ,
deepei ifl' into a ; (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago tlail.ut............., 7:00 a m

interest !,n the matter. I accompanied one rent of ) ( TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION.FEKXAXDINA WESTWARD.No.! Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this
them to the steamer and Olts! deck does 1. No. 3. Train to Chattanooga: via Jesup.
good-bye, with hind. ( TO < ) Accom. Mail. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars:! Gainesvilleto
bade AnnkJ many Leave Jacksonville...... 8.35a: m 5.55 Savannah.
a (Centml, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) p m I
?''i,!=lies ftr lifj success and all happi-' on the Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.12 a in 8.03 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawl ngro0ntSleeping
fur 1,,tt re. have uoixo souTr.Di Leave Baldwin........... 9.18am 7.45pm ) Cars on this Train to Washington.Pullman .
? Ih1 Ht$. St Pax.A.M. Lake .........10.44
\nn ; faail, "you have: promisedto their City a m 11.04 pill Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
P.M. LivcOak...... .
.: Leave .............. ? 11.40 a m 1.30 pin .to Savannah.
FcrI mdina. .
\vrje:to irte soon, and I. shall be securing: 0.40 4.25: "
Madison ............ 1.03pm ;{.45 am Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to.
Leave Hart's Road Junction...
but I not 7.10 5.03 Monticello: ......... -
ea vr lor tidmgs; ; may trust and Arrive Callahan.................... 7.55 6.04 1.40pm 5.30am Louisville via Thomasville.A .
tlat' not'] far in the future we shall pursue Leave Callahan...................... 8.05 (5.30 Arrive Tallahassee...... 3.25 p m 8.14 a m Restaurant has been opened at, Way-
t O"' I Leave Dutton.:............... ..... 8.o5: 7.05 Leave. Tallahassee......... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m cross and abundant time will be allowedfor
meet ,\\zpin Leave : Quincy ..'.... ...... 4.3.5 p m 10,30 a m meals by all passenger: trains.
.. iJ'.i's'l! :' indeed, I hope so," was all Brandy Branch8.50 7.22 Arrive Chatta. River.... 5.45 p m 12.23: am Connecting at Savannah with steamers by-
Arrive Baldwin.................... J.10 7.47
the 'plj"< drt. could make, and so we Leave Baldwin...................... 1 n.> :.) 8.30 EASTWARD.No. ,New York, Philadelphia, Boston: and BaIt
Leave Maxville.................... J.47 9.00 2. N o. 4. more.
p'lrtetf i I waited for Ned'sjvtun. Leave Highland...................10.07 9.25 Accom. Mail.: Connecting at Charleston with steamers
How iiipatiently: Leave Lawtey.........................10.20 9.45 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.30 a m 1.30. p m for New York Philadelphia and Baltimore.
: Once only he wrote to say Leave Temple's......................1O. (j 10.14 Quincy .............11.52am u., 1- I'm Through; Tickets sold to all points by Rail
tiny voyage had been. speedy Terms Leave Starke.......................10.42 10.25Leave Arrive '1'allahassee..12.53pill 4.50 p m and Steamship connections: and Baggage
tint tmi'ventfal and that ThuMon................. ...10.54 10.4U; Leave Tallahassee ........ 1.05 p m 5.20 p m Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths-
an'.l everything Arrive Waldo......................11.14 11.15 Monticello......... 1.40 pin 0.30; pm and sections secured alt Compm1ufIke inAstor's
\\\S\A\:; iiolreN-ing; : finely ; then I heardno One : Leave Waldo.........................11.:!.') 1.15 Madison ............ ;3.43; pIll 9.55 pIll : Building, 84 Bay street: and at Depot -
Jl ho was in Europe ; Live Oak........... 5.00 1'111 12.10am Ticket Office, and II\ board People's
fur traveling Six ) P. )1.
1Jl.) : Leave Gancn.i1Ic..12.1U: Lake City........... 0.02pm 2.30amArrive Line Steamers II. B. PLANT, CIrArrAHoccliriand : :

till!::! final action should be'llilt Three Four ): I : Leave Arredondo......... ........12.28: 2.10 2.3 Baldwin............ 7.39pm 5.38am JENNIE LANE.

reached: ; Two :\ I ISI Leave Palmer......... ...............12: 11 2.55 Leave 13alI'vin. ...... *........... JAS. L. TA YLOHTGenTlI .
\\ I va; ; still watching en'fTllawit.h Leave Archer........................1:! 5o"; ,'->.17 ArriyeJacksonyille..8.23 !pm 7.35am Passenger Agent
keen who Leave: Bronson...................... 1.111.00 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains and 4 will A. M. IVES, Agent.BOOTS .
reign; anxiety, Leave Otter Creek................. :2.21 4.45 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays;, but
shouM l liter : my counting room onel.iv Leave Rosewood ................... 3.01 5.25 will run Mondays.:
< : but |\ed himself I flew to meet Arrive Cedar Key................. 3.30 0.00 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto AND SHOES.
him.! !1m: h; returned impulsive A Xc\\ GOING NOltTII. Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers -
my Jacksonville to Now Orleans daily. 'EIiE XKW STORE
i.'iv<'tinj! : : \'ei'y coolly in manner, Day Pus. ATf Pas.A.M. $33Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
4-ith a kindly dignity which P.M. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida -
though $1.00 Leave Cedar Key................... 7.35 CiAO Central and Western Division.ST. .
I had, 'I JYer'seen 1 him wear before. Leave Rosewood................... 8.07 7.15 1: W. F. WOOD, Jr., S

"!So laulh! for a continental trip\ !" I Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.38 8.00 MARK'S BRANCH.

thought] :find} then came the inevitable Po Leave ronson........... ........... 9.15 8 A.) (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.) O,> \ Proprietor, }- :"grg: :
\ States I..eaverchcr ........................ 9.45 9.25
t Leave Tallahassee.................... ... 8.00am
'lue: tJ n=) : Leave Palmer .......................10.01 9.50 \rriveWakulla............................. 0.05am"
Ye: Tom,' I have succeeded ; at ONE Leave Arredondo...................10 15 10.40 Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am C> C>
last I llare| put the girl in possession, Leave Gainesville,.................10.40 11.45 Leave St. Mark's..........................10.00 a. m
aid she ii- fast t developing into a true 1SS4. Arrive Waldo...... .. ............11.23 12.40A. Arrive Wakulla............................10.25 am -:3? Er:
; )[. Arrive Tallahassee,.......................11.30 a m --I
UUP Brijon. It i is a good job well Leave Waldo....................:....11.35; 2.00 -. I It "

done, ant{ all* concerned ought to,feel Leave Thur&ton....................11.50 2.30 CONNECTIONS.At S S
Five : Leave Starke..........................12.30. 2.47
gratified.! With Leave Temple's ....................12.37 2.57p. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for ANDO
And yet Ned was not gratified ; Sun )[. all points North and East; with the Fernan-

his emyjpentence' showed though I Leave Lawtey.. .....................12 58 3.23 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- S SIJi1
: TEN Leave Highland:\ .................... 1.14 3.45 dina ; and with Steamers thrall points on
could c.lrahfl'qm} him nothing as to the With .. ...... the St. Johns River, St.:: Augustine!:; etc.
Lea\'cIax v ill e........ ..... 1.34 4.15
"lUSt: of this dissatisfaction. I won- Sun Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 At Baldwin with Florida Transit A; Peninsular H:

,J.-ml. not a little but finally a letter Dail) Leave:: Baldwin.. ....... ........... 2.05 5.10 Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
nandina. Cedar
and all Gulf .
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 G.OO Key, Port
came fro>|i Annie, and light shone on With Leave Dutton........................ 2.40 (0.15 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida

the (lark less. It was brief, and re- Sun Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 0.00 & Western Railroad.
lated in great measure to general Leave Callahan...................... 3.18 7.10 At Tallahassee: with St. Marks Branch C> 1{ Fernandina, j- E]
: Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.0S 8.05 on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-

topics ; but there was one sentence With Arrive Fernandina................ 4.38 8.40 urdays.
Cor. Centre & Third.
which I read over many times, and at At Chattahonchce River, with the Pensa :a: 1 }- S.1Jiii'TIIE
Sun JE- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; cola it Atlantic Railroad Marianna.. Pen
each reading 1 saw greater li ght.II one Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,

My dear 'friend," it said, I am Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, NEW STUI'

not at hpme in England, and some- DIVISION. and Northwest, and with all boats for Apa-

times I almost wish that I were a poor terms (WALDO TO AVILDWOOD AND LEESBUEG.) lachicola The Shortest., Columbus Quickest and and Eufaula.Best Route to Professional and Business Cards.--

nameless:! girl in America once more. GOING SOUTH all points West.

I was f W sorry, too, to wound your Day Pas. Xt Pas. Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths .
P.M. secured at Company's: Depot Ticket Office
A.M. ,
friendbut! I could do otherwise
not Leave Waldo...................:....12.01 1.00 and at new office southwest corner of Bay AGENT.WHOLESALE .
kind friend though he had been to mehe 'j'I I Leave Dixie.........................12.22 1.30 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. AND RETAIL

could be no more than a. friend, Leave Hawthorne............. ....12.38 1.53 A. O. MAcDONELL, AND STOCK DEALER,
and I was sure that would not Leave Lochloosa..................12.58 2.23 Gen Ticket and Pass.Agent, BUTCHER ANDDcnler
you The Leave Orange Lake............... 1.22 2.53 Fernandina, Fla.C. .
blame: me, though I fear he did. Leave Sparr's......................... 1.38 3.12 W. MAXWELL, in Ice
j I: cannot tell the world what I wroteto by Leave Anthony Place........... 1.51 3.28 Master of Transportation, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY: .

her in. reply, for those words as Leave Silver Spring.............. 2.25 Baldwin, Fla. BROOM STREET WHARF
Leave Ocala........................... 2.45 4.20 D. MAXWELL,
well as her response, are sacred to the money Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.28 5.10 General Superintendent, 19-tf FERNA DINA. FLA.

parties directly interested ; suffice it Arrive Oxford ....................... 3.45 5.29 Fernandina, Fla.
to say that they formal Leave Wildwood................... 4.00 5.50 JAMES: McGIFFIX,
gave ealresstun Arrive Lcesburg.................... 4.35 6.30 Savannah Florida and Western
to what each had long been sure CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER: ,

of, and when I confided the secret toNed GOING NORTH. RAILWAY.
A.)[ P. M.
lIe gave me his hearty congratu- Leave Leesburg..................... 0.50 5.35 Alachua Street, between Second and Third,.

lations. : Leave Wildwood..... .............. 7.22 6.35 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All FERNANDINA, FLA.
Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 0.53 trains of this road arc Central
I've that. for time run by
suspected some Orders and estimates from a distance care-
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.17
Meridian time which is 28 minutes
Tom," he ;said, with a sort of smile ; Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.29 slower((90th) than Jacksonville, time. : fully attended to. 25-tf

hut honor bright my dear fellow, I Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47

had no! suspicion of of the Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.19 and after Sunday, May 11, 1884, Passenger A. T. BARNHILL & SONS
anything Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.39 O Trains will leave and arrive as
sort when I-well, when I made a Leave Orange Lake................ 9.40 10.03 follows
fool of myself Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.02 10.43 : NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS Cor. Broome and Second Sts.FERNANDIN .,

Leave Hawthorne..................10.23: 11.15
To-morrow I'sail for England and :Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:30 a In A FLA.t
A ,
when I return 'it will not be alone. A Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a m
A. M. Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 9:15 a m
bride will come with me. She is a I Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........11:01 a m Blacksmiths, Gun and Locksmiths,

wealthy English lady now ; but whenI I jjgT-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Brunswick daily at......... 3:00 p m Carriage and Shipsmiths.
first <|t and learned to love her she Night Passenger daily. Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 3:17 p m
ll1j Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10 p m
was friendless Annie of the wildwood. F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.FEUNANDIXA Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m DONE IN ALL BRANCH.

lrin'i.cid Republican.t ( TO JACKSONVILLE.) Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........11:45 p m REP at reasonable rates., .
I -- -.- Arrive at Mobile daily at.............. 4:45 a m
Orders for SIGN
: t INTERESTING READING."-From; Leave Fernandina...................... 0.00 p. m. Arrive at New Orleans daily at......10:10 a m attended of-
be to
the Ut January: 1884, to the 1st of January : Leave Hart's Road..................... G.3G p. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa will promptly one
is&l), we are to have an interesting Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 7.40p.m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for })ensa- the members of the firm being a first-class-
cola Mobile New Orleans. Texas all trans-
fcucccssioa! of stirring events of which everyone GOING NORTH. Painter. 23
Pullman Buffet and
will <,vish to hear. Two military cain- Leave Jacksonville..................... 7.10a.m. Mississippi Cars points.this train Jacksonville to
l aisns Maluli: are at present in progress-that of El Leave Hart's Road.............:........ 8.12 a. in. Sleeping Pensacola, Mobile on and New, Orleans.FAST C. C. STRATTON & CO.,
in the Soudan and of the French in Arrive Fernandina..................... 8.50a.m.
'r)IRlU1n-both: of which are approaching on &* Trains MUL.
daily Sunday.
the! critical: point. The next session of Parliament ; except Leave Jacksonville tIailyat.-......... 2:30 p m OF MACON, GEORGIA,
ix i to be marked to the : ; SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 p m
acording an-
Leave Jacksonville.................... 9.00
mmnoed purpose of Mr. Parnell, by a bitter necting p. m. Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p m
Arrive Fernandina....................10.25
struggle! : of the Irish nationalists to compel way a. m. Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m MODE BKO'S,..
their English and Scotch colleagues to con- Leave Fernandina........................ 5.00p.m. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m H.AVEIADETIJE Fla., the authorized -
('&lc to Ireland some measure of home-rule. day Arrive Jacksonville................... 6.2511. m. Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 8:17 p m Agents to contract for the sale of their

JiKU'fault.ofthis; Mr. Parnell promises to Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:45 a m
wuploy) his following to so obstruct the for CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Washington. D.C.daily atll:00 p in BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES..
transaction of parliamentary business as to Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30 a m
render, the presence of Irish members at St. FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting Waycross with Through
Stephen's intolerable{ This programme insures With New York and Fernandina Steamship Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room Parties wishing to purchase will get all information -
a succession!:; of exciting scenes in Par Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars. Waycross to New York with- as regards prices from them.
liament.! The new .reform bill which Mr. Will for New York on Thursday.With out change. Samples of different qualities and stylescan
(;laJstolle proposes: to carry during the ses- Friday Sea Island Route from and to Savan- JACKSONVILLE 'EXPRESS. be seen at the office of

MOil of I8S4, will also' 'doubtless excite Darien, nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonville! daily at.......... 5:30 p m MODE Fernandina.liRO'S,
general intercut in the United States, as well .. CALLAIIAN. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 9:00 a m 2G
as throughout; the :.British empire. Vastly day To and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 0:20: p m
the more interesting to American readers will be lowing and all points North and West, daily.AT .Arrive Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p m CURTIS &: CO. ,
discussion! to take place Washington Leave Gainesville daily.at............. 6.15 p m
witliin tin* next femonths over our own To BALDWIN FLA., Leave Newnansville! daily vt........ 0:57 p m ESTATE AGENTS,
delphia and from Jacksonville Tallahassee .
Worm bill. The Republican members of Leave New Branford daily at........ 8:20 p m REAL
For and all South West and Northwest
the )present Congress are opposed I to tariff points Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.48 p m ST.I..RY'S, GEORGIA
ret t.;.rll1. The Democrats, it is said, are daily. Arrive 1t DuPont da'iI\'"' ............. :!: a inArrive .
wuii',1,.the majority) of them favoring, the AT HAWTHORNE, at Albany daily' at.............. 2:25 a m Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated Exchanges -
To and from Palatka .
1IIIIIIIrit ojiK| >sfnS; 'it. Which will get the daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jcsnp daily! ................ : ; p'J11 effected.
"Piwrliau.i. ? win the hi h"tarifi.Democrats WILDWOQP. Arrive at Macon daily at............... 7:00 a 111 Mill Site?, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
couperate'nvith the Republicans to maintain With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:25 p m acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
the prtKcm ab urd }taw ? Or will the Democrats J. N. and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m acres, for sale.

iiii act t'':;cther. and send a reform tariff Comer CEDAR KEY"FLA., Arrive at Nashville daily at...,;...... 1:25: a m N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selected
''iltothc'Seimte.' which the Senate will de- With Morgan's Line. Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m as the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal
Cl Ill{> to' ""as':: ? K .(,rv. :step of the struggleapto1 Bull West and Havana every Saturday : for New Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at-...... 7:00 a m (under the survey made for Government -
1lth with ( Wellington will be watched Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive Chicago! daily-at............. 6:10 p m by General Gillmore). charters for the ;
I hceit' coltrrn all over the country, Havana every Friday : from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p III construction! of which having been grantedby
j.l1d b y thf time Congress adjourns thc pub every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at...../.... 0:30 a m the United States Government and the
I'rci tt l\1111 )vill be ripe for he opening of a L Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
t'lltll) (' :lIunli''n: which, l't J's safe to stamp. for and from Key West Monday and Arrive at Charleston! daily at.........12:40: p m increase in the value of adjacent lands may
a"' : 'v11 easeal. in warmth any of its 1 1I predecessors Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a m be confidently looked for." '(See. New York
*,{ C*'I 1 j1''I'I; Ie meeting' of the 1 20 and Friday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Sun, 27-;-8 .) ,

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: ; i :TIlL FLORIDA :1 IRR0 Lt"4 acquitted altogether? There are TIlE TRUE ISSUE. the right track. We cheerfully admit voted for Cleveland. Will the Stal-

several reasons for this. First, the JACKSONVILLE AXD FERXASDIXA. 'that trade, not tonnage; build upa warts condone this. Will the arm -

krs6 + ; i GEORGE. FL FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. indictment has been found for willful _town. AVe simply aimed to show of office-holders whom Mr. Arthur y
t The fact is. while we have now an. inferior
",' '!Subscription' S3 per year; six months, $1.x murder, the penalty for which is port our business is growing and we did not that we had a superior tonnage to has appointed help Elaine, when

'1. i f+ :i ;; pflicefoorner! Centre and First streets,second floor. death. It is assumed from the be- depend upon the port, though the port indicate that this was a commercial they know that they are as certain
: 1 ;
'M1 : f; RATES OF ADVERTISING. ginning that no jury can be found ought to be made what nature demands for port important,to the State and deserving of being Displaced by a Elaine administration

e : : Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for who will find the prisoner guilty of it.-Florida Herald. the attention of the federal as by a democratic ad-
': ,each*Subsequent Insertion The Herald touches the precise
: : ;; Special local notices, 15 cents a line. wilful murder, and, consequently, government. ministration.We .
heading notices,25 cents a line. the accused is half acquitted at the point we have endeavored to makein _. -- ---- believe the nomination of
: Special rate for time advertisements upon apple reference to the.bar improvements.We THE SEEK CASE.
r start. Criminal lawyers understandthis Blaine will be a wet blanket
x A Ration at the office. .. have not,advocated the improvement The Seeba case presents some in- republican -
9 I;; X* *****i.'* ************'*******-!*!******** **!!!-!!"! *w .PWS***l W* perfectly, and prefer that there hopes in the presidential
} Communications all matters of local Interest to the law of o
.; :! upon of the entrance to Cumberland teresting .points as
should be of willful murder contest.
I' -: solicited from all parts of the county and from a charge
sound of Fernandina homicide. The proof was that Seebawas
:; on account or
'r-f along the lines of Florida railways. rather ,than manslaughter. Having
s : I All;Communications intended for publication its influence on the growth of this lying on the floor dead drunk, The Florida Journal, formerly the
this therefore at the out-
I i"hot1l be addressed to the Editor all business; advantage
: '' and raised and fired i Putnam County Journal comes to
'I place but the much more important suddenly up a usa
'i latterij'simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. set, they make the argument based
r rw. : t .-', question of securing a deepsea pistol, the ball from which struck I semi-weekly Republican paper from
the law of homicide that their
I ; 1!_j SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1884.I upon entrance 'a commercial harborfor Mr. H. H. Fairbanks, who was Jacksonville. It is understood; to be
I client should not be convicted of ,
1 ?t .1 :- in the with several under the able editorial
far the interestsof sitting room management
the State. So
I 1 \i MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE. murder a strong ground for entire as
: i concerned the others. There evidence of of ex-Governor Harrison Reed and
the State are given was no
r 'i I A exists oft and natural
1 :very general complaint acquittal, by a tendencyof
to be controlled by General
bar the quarrel or ill-feeling between the Sanford.
: deep on commodious any
the human mind to all
1jhc l miscarriage of justice. Judges yield
;, harbor:within, desirable docks parties, but, on the contrary,friendly The Journal will no doubt representthe
:*, j :.,nd;,juries: and especially lawyers, where it has already of yielded for part, and wharves for the accommodation relations. Seeba claimed, and the Northern phase of Republicanism
I the legal guilt the party the
: sire charged with facilitating the es- lesser crime is overlooked and he is of ships and the connection by rail proof seemed to be, that he did not ,and will not, of course, be in the

: ; of the know what he was doing or in other interest of the Bisbee-Eagan-Martin:\[
V-!'; ::1 ap of criminals from the punish- acquitted altogether.The with .the remotest ,portions ,
: and it is'- of words it was claimed for him that it ring which has so long controlled the
:1 ,. due to no consequence
+ : :; >nCl3t crime. Many persons only remedy we can see is to
t the this unconscious act. Republican party of Florida. From
whether town at deep sea was an
denounce all homicides as murder, correct public opinion in both directions -
harbor is large or small, except the Our statute laws define homicide the number received we form a very.
-qnd are at a loss to understand the so that on the one part. .it
: ". advantage to be derived by the State as follows: The killing of a human favorable opinion of the Journal.JA .
should not be held that man
who kills another is a murderer, and ;DIX.1.
I .,' the grade of the offense. We do not therefore ought to be hung; and, on port, the location at such a place of by poison, shooting, stabbing, or The Fernandina Mirror is putting forth its

];)elitve! that one man in a thousand the other that man who has cotton buyers and depots for the sup- any other manner, is either murder, best efforts to show the superior claims of
i ; every that city for large
a appropriation by Con-
of the interior. manslaughter or excusable or justi-
I ; ]knows the gradation of homicide as some excuse or palliation for a gress for the bar of that port. In the Mirror

,, ;; Established tf >E by the laws of Florida. homicide should go free of any punishment The Herald truly says, what is apparent fiable homicide, according to the of the 31st is an array of statistics to show
-I. tl at the facts and circumstances of each case. the
I : to every one, ), growthof superior tonnage shipments for a series
because he has not com
: : If men could divest themselves of Jacksonville has been obtained There are three degrees of mur- of years, from 1878 to 1882, of Fernandinaover

;; j. : : prejudice, trial by jury might become mitted in the eye of the law the from the interior trade and its railway der. First, killing by premeditation; those of Jacksonville for the same

l practically what it is now only theo- highest offense. and river connections. The penalty, death. Second, a recklessact years. The figures added are claimed to
"redo not believe it is well for show an excess of tonnage over Jacksonville,
yeti !lhtll reliable
< -a judicial inquiryinto of rail to Jackson- dangerous to others', indicating a
rates freight by 'in five years of Jacksonville's greatest
,. violations of law, to be justly society, or for the individual, that ville from Chicago and St. Louis are. depraved mind ;. penalty, imprisonment prosperity," of.over 67,000 tons, or a value

decided by twelve impartial men, such acquittals should take place, of much more importance to it than for life. Third, when perpe- of over$1,000,000, or "three to one," as the
and no punishment whatever in- Mirror
tt according to the evidence. those vesseL This will readily trated without design to effect death says.
y by The admission of'*five
I ; flicted. If parties take the law into years of Jacksonville.s
A\ all know that the result of
,e a in commissionof
the amount and characterof by a engaged
I. person
appear by greatest prosperity" is in itself a contrast -
) their own hands they should be
will either
j trial by jury depend on the articles received. Ice, hay, a felony; penalty, imprisonment unexplained, more favorable to JacK-
held to make that amend to soci-
l : the .prejudices the sympathies or sonville than the to Fernan-
1 tonnage figures
brick and lime come in over the bar; seven years.
indifference of the twelve ety which the law demands. dina. With a regular line of steamers to
,' : men nearly e\elything else by rail. The :Manslaughter in the first degree is
I New York weekly,and perhaps occasionally
: Constituting a jury. It is not an effect death in
: without to
+ i I outgoing cargoes are lumber exclu- design oftener, and the capacity of the bar natur-

4 )' Uncommon thing to have it said THE PALATKA "HERALD" sively. The lumber trade is gradually commission of a felony ; penalty, ally, as we admit, to pass vessels to foreign

:,, .'1. ,}, i (rom the complexion of a jury what We know of no better instance in decreasing, having diminishedat seven years. Manslaughter- the ports, the marine tonnage of Fernandina i is,

verdict will be. While the State of well-earned than of course, larger than Jacksonville. The
the probable success cent. the second degree-The killing without
forty per during
trade of the cities what
f ji formal trial is going on before the that of the Palatka Herald. Fifteen past year, and will, in the natural design to effect death in the heat of should figures be presented respective to show the relative are importance -

,. 1 !Iludge: and jury an informal trial is years ago Palatka was a small river course of things, cease entirely as passion, but in a cruel and unusual I of the two points. Jacksonville

j koirig on outside which overshadows town doing a limited business, and the timber, near the. St_John's river manner, unless under such circumstances grows from its land, connections, and the
: : md the actual verdict railroads j o great Driver which stands in front of it adds
controls to be neither hotels
+ $ having nor is cut"off. ," as to constitute excusable or
to its land that the
resource immensely
,, ;, | ren ered. If public sentiment favors manufactures. The county site of a {I justifiable homicide. Manslaughter so
The question a deep sea "three to one" would have to be reversed

,,, & : the party on trial the jury will sympathize good, but not rich, agricultural coun- on the other hand, becomes more I in the third degree-The killing of against the commerce of Fernandina, and

}d i with and reflect that public try, it has moved along with a important every day. The orange another in the heat of passion withouta perhaps ten be added to the three. Take

ent 1uent. If there is a strong pre- steady growth and prosperity, and crop is increasing immensely] the design to effect death by a dangerous out from fruit or and vegetable Jacksonville shipments,to whichgo the

judice against the party accused in is now one of the leading towns in in through
case, except
vegetable product enlarging every weapon any whole Xorth and "VJTcst, and at some seasons
t.. jthe public mind ; he will, more our State. The Herald has always day, and as the facilities for trans- where the killing of another is de- the daily clearances *' would equal those

t' :\ Ihah likely, be convicted. been an honest,straightforward repre- portation increase,the product grows clared to be justifiable or excusable. for a week from, Fernandina.Then I .

f .;: !] In a certain class of cases in all sentative of the interests of Putnam I Fourth degree-The momentarily the growth of our population to-
For the trade in
i ii larger. carrying wards shows.a land that
20,000 importation
''i i parts of the country public sympa- I county, and has advanced those in- killing of another with
1 tt' these products of the interior we any weaponor tells its own story. The fact is, while we
t. K r iI ithy goes with the party whose do- terests with an unwavering fidelity.It need commercial facilities dependenton by any means neither cruel nor have now an inferior bar our business is

; s i jmefctic: relations are involved-the is but fitting that it should sharein a good harbor and deep' water. unusual in the heat of passion in growing, and we did not depend upon the
d bases of Nutt in that which it has port, though the port ought to be made
V f Pennsylvania; prosperity so The importance of such a harborwas cases other than such as are herein
what nature demands for it.
"I [Thompson, in Kentucky, and Rowell, largely assisted in creating. Nextto declared to be excusable homicide
fully appreciated in 1855, whenour 'Ve believe that Lake City, Palatka,Gainesville
-' f I|:|in New York, are recent illustrations. the Herald, we think Mr. Orvis railroad system was adopted. In shall be deemed manslaughter in and Ocala have more growth and

y RK; 4': : ::JEstablish in the minds of a jury a deserves credit for advancing the in- their report the commission say: the fourth degree. hence more business that Fernandina,when,

::belief that the party who has COln1 terests of Palatka. The Putnam other of in fact, neither of those places have any
Upon the Atlantic coast we possess the Finally, every killing a has tonnage
"tonnage" at all. Fernandina
., 1 ; :witted; a homicide had, or believed House has attained a deserved popu- '
.! harbor of Fernandina. This is proved, by human being by the act procure- ," and that is all. How much does it

::!he had, a cause of grievous offense larity for itself and Palatka, and the hydrographical surveys made by the ment or culpable negligence of an- add to the growth of the city?-Florida

$ a, 1 :l!of a certain description, and no jury now it looks as though the Gem City United States Government, to be one of the other, where such killing is not justifiable Herald.

E '''' |will convict of willful murder. was to become the principal resort of finest harbors for the purposes of commerce
y which is to be found south of the Chesa- or excusable, or is not de- LET US REASON TOGETHER.
l "41ta :; if 11"e believe that in this, as in all invalids and tourists. We hope our peake bay. ill The depth upon the clared in the chapter murder or manslaughter Seldom has a citizen of Florida owed

} ?;:;'t =:other infractions of law, public sen- Fernandina Railroad will soon be bar is thus given in a late report of the To- ? of some other degree shall higher or more vigilant duty to his State

,, jjtimcnt is wrong, and that the idea connected with the J., T. & I. R. R. pographical Engineer Bureau to Congress, be deemed manslaughter in the than now-now, in advance of the openingof
viz: 'The bar of this river affords 13J- feet a campaign which must result in the
Hhat in a land of law and order any R. at Jacksonville, so that we may
at the lowest water, and from 20 to 22 feet fourth degree. It will be seen that it continued supremacy of the democratic
;:'i t :;;mau has a right to become an have a continuous rail between the during spring tides. $ As comparedwith requires some judicial discriminationand party, and consequent progress and pros-

+'# -, :.:avenger of his private wrongs is at Gem City and the Island City, to the neighboring harbors of Savannahand acumen under our laws to say perity, or the capture of the State by the

:variance with the constitution of our mutual interest and pleasure. Charleston, the harbor of Fernandinais radicals, with all that understands of unwise
under what clause Seeba's
i :;civilized society, and is injurious toall Four hours between the two cities much superior. At Charleston the depthin case came. governmental authority, loss of public the
the main ship channel does not exceed credit and social antagonisms among
+, .,, its best interests. The. principal will be then all the time needed. lob feet at low water, and at :Savannah ves- MR. ELAINE OF MAINE. people. Now, even when the meeting of

i. .. ; i ;once established of permitting a sels cannot reach the city with more than 8 The nomination of Blaine will bea the nominating convention is close at hand

I 1 r "p : | | man to become the avenger of his THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. feet'at low water.' surprise and a disappointment to and every person of ordinary intelligencemust

t j j! wrongs' mob law follows, and the The article which we republish This was the state of things thirty the republican party outside of his united know action that can only the by State harmonious be saved,and we

ti ;j l. : '{j eventual result is anarchy. from the Mobile Register in referenceto years ago. Florida had then a sea- adherents. Mr. Blaine is a politicianpure find the democratic party seemingly at

Unfortunately, in a certain class of the Agricultural College of Alabama port at Fernandina superior to either and simple. He will rely upon war within itself, apparently rent by frac-

? '. caste, society almost seems to de- which ,has been consideredone Charleston or Savannah, but withina party methods, party fealty, and tional disturbances resulting from sectional

4 ; '' inahd that a man who is wronged, of the best of the class in the few years both of those places have party affiliation. He is a strongerman jealousies or vehement advocacy of favor
at war
\ ites for office. We say "seemingly
i or believes himself to be wronged, South, furnishes a practical proof'ofthe received large appropriations and as a leader, than Arthur. He within itself for so it must seem to those

4 ; I ,' i i shall seek and slay his enemy. The views we previously expressedin have become superior in their depthof has, however, in his long public life, who read some of the papers which, though

I men' who form this public sentiment reference to the Agricultural Col- water. made many enemies and sore places. democratic in theory'and perhaps in intent,

- 41 i ; arc-thc: same* men from whom the lege Fund of Florida.It The competition we urge is for a His party has less boldness and less are wild in practice; for while claiming to
preach a higher good their manner
,J .;j i l jurors who are to try the case are se- would have been the part of Florida port to compete with Savannah pluck than the Conkling party. is to so abuse the management of the

r+ I ;:i J: looted, and they naturally sympaj true wisdom to have combined it and Charleston for the carrying Can he carry New York? is the democratic party and its representative administration

1 t [thisje, with the prisoner. The spec- with the Seminary Fund and made trade of Florida. question which'will agitate the pub- as induce, simple-minded
4 1 1" the best institution interests of Jacksonville lic mind. He has to believe that it is no better than the republican -
f! 'stators who throng court-room the possible, insteadof The true no peculiar,strengthin might as
party,and that the State
r j ;; also sympathize with the defense, attempting on so small an endowment it seems to us, are in preserving and New York, and it has been hith- well be under the authority of the one as

p 'r f:i;ind'a verdict of acquittal is greeted to carry on a separate institu- extending its interior trade by whichit erto assumed,that he could not. The the other. Now, we venture to suggest-to

: ;; I 'with shouts of applause. tion. The income will have to be has been mainly built up-its shipsrun old quarrel :of the Stalwarts and offer it as an opinion at it is the patriotic
i '. t y: '] :i The question is naturally asked: largely supplemented from some on wheels, and do not depend Half-Breeds will revive It will be ,duty of democratic the action papers of the which convention proposeto to
't- t | ': Granting the existence of this feeling source to enable the college to become on easterly winds and high tides. recollected that 150,000 of the friendsof cease all bitterness of language against

f : I ;, in favor of the defense, why is more:than a local school. The Herald is, in this respect, on Mr. Blaine. staved at home or others in advocating their respective prefer-

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would fuHljcr! suggest that it is the duty of i,K.,> : ? ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE IIPMENTSSPRING OFINEWI "
Uemocrais f-lib read the papers to do some ..t,. < '" o
tjj5nkingfoj-themselves;: to the effect that .
the 1 succors of. particular' } individual in I
obtaining Qffice id a trifling consideration _
compared with. thfe triumph of the democratic HH .
Radicalism. I..is, safe to T
pafiyover =I AND SUMMER
conclude .that, th6: representatives of the
democratic j>eoploassembled in convention'' GOODS EMPORIUM _
will select no niaiyvho 1 is unworthy of sup- ;
Ian4 to whoever he may be such support t t T I GOODS :. F
luk In interest of ," _
is< ; tbjf "harmony 1 1 1 1
and all that, s to b-* gained by it, let us re-

train our feeling of personal preference, CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, :,NE1'" AND LATEST STYLES IX ,
charitably to te preferences of others

benI let i thqngbt fid word be kindly andbrying FERNANDINA DRESS GOODS and SILKS
ever cuLord lIatc tf:: sense of duty to party- FLORIDA. ,;
which Jl16ln i to.th'State and people. The J
,,f any person preferredclaims .
can be sev mJ fJ.rth w'- lout depreciating those JUST RECEIVED AN IMMENSE STOCK OF NUN'S VEILINGS, BUNTINGS,

of others others to; and feuiM V .your to own break Preference down Lawns Cambrics Percales Prints White Goods.
you mat d-ciniosr! him to his injury and Dress Goods Silks Satines I .
"siujuryfhouldhebeitsnominee. ,
the 1 party:, !
?Let 11S lae peat' In the party,but fight
the comtl,hot.
polls c1cr.-e..HQntlt/U&, FULL LINE of the newest patterns. ,
Valuable-! Oraifoc Lands for Sale SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices: r
koiitainit> ,' twenty acres each of ,
choice Tracts, higl lhunm"ck,{ land on Orange Lake Our Spring Clothing for :Men and Youths has arrived, and for style
suitable' 1idran;;, e :rowing and truck farming (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed. I
,are not! offered for sale. These landsar
very coiJ\'emenIj l [ situated for transportation Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.
by1 writer or tail, and will be sold on Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO .
terms to suiF nurcli sers. Titles are unques- JB@-We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

tionable. Also' valuable timber lands in A COMPLETE STOCK OF York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed. ;
)large bodj s. |G. II. FAIRBANKS
February jC, 18SFernandina; Fla. 9 *"* Call and examine'our stock and prices before sending off or purchasmg .

Gents' Furnishing Goods, elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer. :

eJCSC P.: I'mo"Northeast :JJ: :), ?

caoTiaaivG: :: corner Centre and Third Sts., lr

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IT FUNI E. 1l11l.\

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PO\VDEIl'nc\er varies. A marvel FINE STEAMSHIPS
JL of purity,strength and wholesomeness.More .
economical than the ordinary kinds, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1,(;8O T<.)NS.
and cannot lia soM y'n competition with the : : :BRC'S:: STATE OI TEXAS, .. 1,54=3: TON .
multitude ofdow ,short ,alum
test weight or CARONDELET, 1,5OS TONS.
liosphate UOYALi pqmlersSold BAKING POWDER only in cans.CO., VESTERN TEXAS, 1,31O: TONS. S ,

33 i 10011 all 1 Street New York.
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SINrI I Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEHNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
: THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
"i -fIv.1AYt Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash purchases sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

: 1884. This Line, having no Transfers between Fcmamliiia and : -
: N enables us to offer our entire stock at such low ew
.i \; FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
HOSTEL JfEWLY BUILT AND The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
June for thcirecepbiou; of Summer Visitors. connections at FEKNAXDIWA FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD -
Situated on tie| Cumberland plateau, in the for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers:! to all points on the ST.
domain\ of tlte University of the South, and JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
within six miles of Southern Chautauqua We have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with tbe
:grounds at Mpnt Ea$le. it offers unusual attractions PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD "
for Summer; Visitors.The for LAKE WEIR. 1 -

Chattanooga!: pas cr'llailroad&er trains connect on the AT Nashville COWAN& Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. ..

with the Tracy City'Railroad to Sewanee. For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
i>The charges \vill be-per day, $2.00; R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
Iter l week $10.00; per month, $40.00 j for the and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the FERN ANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
season, (three months), per month, 3500. H. MALLORY & CO., ,
: .
j Pier 20 East River,New York. 51-
21!' : 8: Sewanee, Tenn. ]I DlBENSE: : BARGAINSto [ -


FOR S .1E e I CHEAP be had in Fernandina at the establishment of H. E. DOTTEHER ;

*-! 10 cent1? per load. :
From$4; to$16 per\I ft.,

DRESSED LUMBER! according to quality. -IN- I{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES +}-

; | $12 to$20 per M. feet. _
Orders Telephohe! promptly attended to. ,


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Ice Machines 1-! Ice Machines Shoes, Rugs, .



STATE OP +_____ 111- +-
', FLORIDA 100 :PISCES: ::: 3VLJ\-x"X-IIXrC3rS: : :! -
Wood it; Bailie's Patent. FINE TEAS

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Send for Circular. Address 3.

WILLIAM B. C DURYEE, MODE BRO'S NEW GOODS Received Tby Every Steamer. ;:
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+.) p THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JUNE 7, 1884.'s

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: ), GENERAL_DIRECTORY._ BAKER COCNTY., I Asscsstor of lares-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. ,I IIO\I ts. -

t I'. County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of llercuucTrantham,
; County Judqe-M. J.Solomon I County Judge-A. 11.
: United States Officers. Ocala. Brownell.
Lk, Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Clerk-\V. W. Jeter. I Clerk-T. H. Pitman. .

s' : ::= LAND'OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson.' Superintendent of Schools-M. I,. Paine, Sheriff=R.:,F. IIn furd. S/ieri/T/ Thomas N. Elli .
f t Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer J. E. Roberts. Treasurer
,r' neg/,8ter-L./ A. Barnes, Gainesville. / -Daniel D. Gilli?.
t .: ;: Receiver F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY.County Collector of Rerenue-Thos.; P. Shnler. Collector of Rfrenue--William! Tucker

: L, ,, :' :;1 : ;)'urveYQr-Gcn.eral-al3.cl1i Martin, Talla- derson., Collector of Retenuc-J. R. Herndon, San- Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler. I .-ssessor.oJ Tuxes-J. J. Xewrtoii r 15
.. '' Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. Schools Dr.T.II.Jackson.
I ; : 1H..ssec. Superintendent of I Superintendent of Schools\Vhtm; ; (
{ : :n DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriffs-George A. Demerritt' ,Key West. :ESCAMBIA. .. elrn-* C
Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maloney, Jr., wASIIgNfTti:
j I_, : Judgc-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. j 'olwtgJlltlge-\.m. B. Jones. t:

;.' ]z.rsluJ. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J.' R. Richard, Providence. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, Clerk F. E. de la Run. t Clerk-J.'E. Skipper. d

: : Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry, P. York,, Lake Butler. Key West. '' Sheriff W. H.-Hutchinson. I; Sheriff-E. P. Melyin.Treasurer g

'A ': : : 'i{ INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools--J. V Harris,Key T'crlllrer-J. S: Leonard. 1 -Thomas J. Miller. l"t
Assessor Taxes N. C, West. Collector lf! Rel'C7llte-Ianu el IPalm, s. i Collector of Ret'elwc-John Roche fir
p ,.', ; 'Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville of ,Wainwright, Lake '
1 Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of Twca-George Reese. Assessor f'f Taxes-George W. Ooo,. o

.. |t COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of r..et'C7Utc-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. ;Baker, Fernandina. Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-I). 1 1. i ;lrn.! q
.John W. Howell Fernandina.
: ,
', : Santa Fe.Superintendent. WALTON.- j CALHOUN. '1

-a ;1.; John Edwin F.Higgins House,,St.Jacksonville.Augustine. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. f County Judge William Clark. C''

( ; Starke. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Clerk-D. U. McLeod.! I Clerk-James S. Fannin.

". I I :! I i BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor_of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff-J. WCampLell.Treasurer I ::heriffJosephS.Stone. iiP IIb

4 : ; I: State Officers.i. County Judge-James A. McCrorjr, City nandina. -James Bowers.:: !: TI'erlSllrel'-J. P. Richards. 1

i. ,'f., t.1 Point. Collector of Ret'C1me-\\'arren F. Scott., Fer Collector of RevenueV. 1). McLeod. Collector of RCI'elwe-Jol'l P. Atkin-*.
: :' I : {L EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Ta.res-D. L. Campbell. Assefsor of Taxes-John 31. Bush n

: 1 \ -Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-I,. W. Higginbotham : Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. ; Superintendent of Schools-'\\.. G. t.'ot\\'el: ;. II!
Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses Geor- Callahan. s
1' :' + W. Bethel -
; d .I cn.znt-Got'cnLor-Livingstoll tl!
.* "o : .r; Key 1Ycst.44i. gianna. County Treasuree Gusiav Stark, Fernan --

,-i'ri .; \., ; Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig. Bre- dina.ORANGE THE CELEBRATED
laljiassee.VjinptroUcr. County. COUNTY. Sia
i. ( -\\ D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orlando. WGOTON 11'f

'trcasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. DESKS. :

Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNT Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Orlando. .

sf hahsee.Qommiisioncr. County Judgc-J. T. Copeland, OrangePark. Assessor :of Taxes-James M. Owens;Fort -- SOLID COMFORT t.h
,1. i of Lands-P. W. White. Reid Fla.Collector. OFFICE 1Pi'.f LL t1t ,

,, r 1 Tallahassee.: Clerk-J.. Weston Green Cove Spring. of Rt.1.'C1me-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. o
: : Superintendent of Public Instruction K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford,

i i : Fcjster' Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Becks, tl

: Adjutant-General. Yonge,Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. ; ,' EVERYBODY L9.LIiIITFD rl<
Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY. '
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Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Proliter-'B. Harrison Palatka. WITH TIIE3I
'r'l -A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- sid
7 .; ,t l ; '5ej. Middleburg. Clerk-W.F. Forward, Palatka.
t COLUMBIA C UXTY. Sheriff ryw ai. 71# y i.NO\l\-M\ tit
t ; Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Thomas'ShalIr. t
Drew Astor County Judge-W. M. I\.csr Jr., Lake City. Asst'ssor-A. J. Woods. !
; Special Agent-Columbus '
j F ::, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of RCl.'elwe-Joseph Price. :? o. 8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of ,ordinary ti
J I Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools- J. W.
: I SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown,Lake City. Strickland. construction when, for: .\lidt\ ; a

:; t i : : (ChiefJestke. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR: COUNTY.: additional t cost rOil0 Iiave n

f 1 ; Associate; Justice-J. Wcstcott, jr.Tallahas Superintendent of'Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Jiulge-W. H. Parker, Perry. v the beneiit of our improve o
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see. Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. ments? Awkward closets a
r Associate JIMticc-H.. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUXTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. side i drawers done fiv
: Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. away with
Clerk-V. II. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. ,i ,rt[_-- ,' td,+bY i, We substitute revolving? cases, L:

t CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer D. S. Button, Perry. which swing with a slight;

; 1 first Circuit.Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County SIti't'e.'lor-D. N. Cox, Perry,_ touch of the hand, an.l. are I

I : i ,,5:1I>la.'I Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Rt.'Venuc-J. B. Hardee, Perry. thus enabled to furnish double s.
t:<;:ccond Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahasi sonville. Assessor of Ta.us-R. L. Henderson.ST. the
i >. Collector of RCl.'cnuc-oses J. Brown, spnce generally given on
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i COUNTY. rr 'my n
E. J. Vann Madison. Jacksonville. ,, _- = each side; and when cases
r 'i i Third Circuit- ,.. ''''''I''''''''''' are ,1
P i j .f1 fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge)!. R. Cooper St. Augus- """"' ': '- open, the whole interior is I
F sell Jacksonville. tine. z- =
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ville. -- z
: } ; Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. =-- Hooded with light and a!) I I.t I.
Augustine. ,
''L fifth! Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gainesville. HAMILTON COUNTY.: Xo. 1-1 Low Down Roll t:
Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Top. poitions readily reached without -

i: 1 j' Sixth Circuit-II. Mitchell, Tampa. County Clerk-J.Judge M. Caldwell-Henry, J.Jasper.Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to y j

n \V. Archer Cocke San ford Augustine. the Desk as wanted. We apply this to of
i Seventh Ciraiit- Altman principle a great variety desks.
., ;; ,, Sheriff Sampson Jasper. Collector of Bet'emcc-Joseph F. Llambias, 1
Assessor Taxes-J. M. Duncan -PL. a
ii of Jasper. St. Augustine.

'' ii i Court Calendar. Collector of R:1e'f1ue-'Y H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, .t TaE: VTOOTON t,
i I Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. 41F I
t ; i FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed 1, }t w' P
> r t' 'a Fall Term- SUMTER COUNTY. Cabinet Office
; j I Jasper. Secretary. iiq
i : : : tfanta Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg. ]

F' I! IValton, 4th Monday in October. W. L. Frierson Brooks- Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. st!
I, t. Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday ville.County Judge- Sheriff J. S. Dychcs, Lecsburg. f..

..' i in October. Clerk J. C. Law, Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. 7r J 4,; r, w,a- L9A ,n The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented tr

t t Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J.- Mickler, Brooksville. Collector of Ret'C71ue-Jo eph Hutchinson, to the business public. One hundred and tl.
S?: in October. Sumterville. I"
S I Assessor of laxes-11. J. Bradley, Brooks- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
: Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- :si
t Oltober.ISscambia. ville.Collector ston, Sumterville. one lock and key. Especially adapted for Mer ai!

'S ": :! 1st Monday in December. ville. of Rct'cn1U-F.)1. Hedich, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. _- chants Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Offi ai
This act amended section 2 of act of February a'
t Superintendent of Sctools-A.)1.C. Russell, County Judge)!. :M. Blackburn, Live vials and Professional Men generally.Wooton ,
nK :. ". 10, 1879, and docs not change the Fort Dade. Oak. ss(
; t S ring Term.
t Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
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Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. g'
Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Cabinet Office ADDRESS
Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. h
c ; ,, i 'Taylor, 1st. Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Collector of Rct'C7me-\Vilson H. Sessions
t ...Aril. Isaac Craft ti
Sheriff-D. Tampa.
1 ,'.'ri 4 = iladison, Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn.Superintendent of Schools J. o. C. Jones WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Live Oak. / tln

A .,:uw nee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa.Superintendent. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., U. S. A.THE .
'! SctoolsV.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY. tr;
i intApril. of
( : Tampa. County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- --- a:
Monday' prise.ClerkJohn.
a Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. W. Dickins, Enterprise. \\
SheriffV. A. Cone
inkApril.Fell Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Enterprise.
1'" Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen l''
; Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello.
";' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday inO.ober. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. I E '1
:Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen I it I

i Madison, 2d :Monday in October. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, :Mon: Cove. t,
id : iflamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, .,- .. .

_', i a Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday Collector of Revenue--J. H. Tucker, Mon- Enterprise. j r:
5'b October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. i L:

1 Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th !Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, \Vaui County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. .
:i O(kober.a i keen ah. Sheriff-Charles Alligood, Crawfordville. tiT
i Lafayette 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday Clerk Nat. R.
1 : LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Walker, Crawfordville. FLORIDA

: -F <' i inw.Octobcr.* County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, ci!

+ 'i FOURTH CIRCUIT Crawfordville.
Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
1 String Term- Treasurer-W. w
County W. Walker, Craw- T
Clerk-Neal New
,, .' ,- St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. McAlpin, Troy. fordville. '

'' ; :i j flaY; 4th Tuesday in March.Bradford. Superintendent. of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. Collector}Rct'enue-R. C. McMillan,Craw-
'j 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. tlP
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la County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock New .
';S i faker, 2t1 Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- Of!J
r Troy. Towns on R. It. Line.
t 3d Tuesday in April. fordville.
t", j |juval,1st Tuesday in May.FcH Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA 'ROSA. arc;
Old Town. And Cedar
I Key.
4S i
y 1 Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain. ::
y S i Bt.; John's 2d Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. H,. Shepard.TreasurerRobert tiat'
r r i i flay, 4th Tuesday in September. Robinson.
.; 1 Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. atbl
{ Collector of Re1enue-\V. Williams..
h 1 i t Maker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large blki
in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley Tallahassee.
ffassau, 3d Tuesday Schools e:
Superintendent David
of Tinner.
tfci buval in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
l i 1st Tuesday number of the most eligible and desirable ic
fr i FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, POLK. k

Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Lots suitable e:
i Sjlriny L. for Business Purposes, or for
Treasurer J. Tallahassee.
? umter 3d Monday in March. Demilly Clerk-S. J. Pearce. ol!
I 7 March Collector of Rct'C71UC-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bowen. b!!
i" : Marion 4th Monday in City or Suburban Residences, Ie
l'utiiann, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Seville. b!
}""r ; Mtrch.Levy. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Rct'enue-J. D. Fillcs. T N/ 5i\t\ cl
4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H.Johnson. I I UPON EASY TERMS. q Uj

S .I.:j -,, M rch. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of<OOls-P. R. :McCrary.DADE. 5t"lt5t1J'J gi l

i .a : fUachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to cJ rr I OI):
.1 ;. Mtfrch.Ftfl Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. or 0))
4 w Term- : Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged: in manufacturing or Indus- n!

- t ;) : lumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of* Revenue-B. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. ='SUf- 0

I r.:' JIarion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Wm. M. Mattaur. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- 1... P I'
',? S Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November Superintendent: of Schools-J. B. enden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. -=-. z tgf,

J levy, 4th Tuesday: in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Ret'C'11tle-\\'m. II. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
: z .Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday inIfJvember. MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes Wm. H. Benest. stW

? residence, or in which to conduct their
i -- I County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. si
n SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
;.. Spfing Term- S. A. Parrimorc Clerk Frank business. i
Sheriff Madison. Philips. LAfP \ t .
41 1 Orange, 4th Monday in January. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. "fECT RTIG
I ;, f : Volnsia, 3d Monday in February. INDUCEMENTS MANUFACTURERS -
ji r in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Hearu. f' PI" NEVER asai;
]Jrerard,1st Monday Eoj
Madison. Collector of Rt"l'ellztc-Jnhn B. Anderson. IN EV
Dade, 3d Monday in April. by exemption for a term of from OUTorORDEff.i .
1 ::. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-\\ B. Wynn. years I aiH;
1y5 i J Fall Term- Collector of Ret.'cnucB. D. "adswortb, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. No '
r- .': J Orange, 2d Monday in August. Madison. .taxation, offered by the several cities and :
,.,j \ in : wi fi fij foc
;, Yolusia, 2d Monday September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad FRANKLIN. NWH
+ 44 ?J,. f Brevard 4th Monday in September. ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply toCHAS. i 1 s> d ::
Dade, 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. W. LEWIS., /; NEWYORK.ILL. fu;
S. Fernandina. j
Sheriff A. Floyd.
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford 1 Manatee. h:
Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. ANQ -r.\.ANl.t
Treasurer -R. H. Porter. \\\CAllo c
.:; 1 County Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee. 0 O P brit
1 1 I ALACnUA. Sheriff A. S. Watson-, Pine Level. Collector of Retennc-George A. Patton. MASS. GA-
r Assessor of Taxes F. J. Egbert. j FOR SALE BY
I Assessor of Taxes W. F. Parrish Braden- in
Gardner Gaines I
,. ,,' County Judge-Junius C. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks.
i ,,::':, ; vine.b town. I -- air
:;;" c.erJ: A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN., ,
\, > :_: ,: .. -. ;' ... 11 HOTEL IN NEW YORK. tl
; ; {f STuiff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judgc-J. R. Hams. ,;-'J"_,. -_" 't" ": :" ,;. ,'':: .
1 t Assessor of Taxes-S. II. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of ScJiools Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry'S. Reeves. : businessor lhbe.
Pine Level. Persons; visiting New York for health
ill i i i Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. ,:, : I pleasure will find first-class accommOf'latioDlutIJLLER'S !
t. i! Collector of R 'Clllle-II..'C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. Treasurer-A. )J. Smith. j :,,' :\ : HOTEL. Location central, near Or

i ville.i County Judge-Samuel Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Rct'cnuc-R. )1. 3rorgan. *. ;4 elevated and horse cars. Nice rooms excellent cl
'R i Superintendent: of ScTiook W. N. Sheats, J -Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. Ii table, moderate prices ; Turkish, Electric ,and J
(J l1ucsllle.. .\.. B. Crutchfield ,, Roman baths. Address IK. J';. I':MILO.K: -
t. Ocala. Stqierintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. <- :3.3 ,,::: and 41 West Twenty-Sixth St., :Sew York.

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1. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JUNE V; '1S84.e :: \ ,.= ." : ;
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r. II H. &\IIf.r1' of Thomasville, Ga., Office Hours-From 8:00.)1.. to 6:00 p. M. .

the SM/7if""',i IPwM about the Le- Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
1Conte .EST.A.DLISI-.lED 1S7ei.
wntl'SI '
1 pear, anil; says,: Money Orders and Registered Letters from ., -u .(\ t ; :: : f : ; .r \ --

. would behard Jo concch'c11)' advanJt 8:00: A. M. to 1:00: P.-M.; and from 2:00 p. M '. : ,.. .. ...l ., .
"i t'ouIJ j be (lt! sjralie::! ill a pear that to 3:30 .. ,.,.- t. ... ",,:. : : ,::"''" ; -" ;;-1' r'.:e"tt. :;: :; 7 '
1 a n. It ,4 c l.t't-' ; .j. ( ? \ anHORSEY MEDICINES
I t:1:1"; uelojl'* to'the LeConte rapiddoes : : :.i /r ; .
lot : 't: ;
wonder- ;
free (from blight, a 4 ;
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entirely ;"' ;
I rfl\r: ,rolif.;| bearer-,1 have myself gathered Transit it Peninsular Railroad ;:ai .. V .,, .. >1 ;.' .J :
1 I bushels: from an eleven-year- Arrives daily except.Sunday....... 4:00 p. M. :
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;, 10 : f.f.1'
& CO.
malls from the North the .
rll tree'sure bcArer; with fruit of fine Brings "f. : v v -:'--c-i : tia' .

old uality!! and perhaps its most' wonderful Gulf railroads.coast, Transit and Peninsular ') ";...:.:,. .;... '-." .. _:...... t'..-:'\ .; ;>" .';->>-' ..: ?,( 1 .- -- w wI

1 Ijual.lt--i :,:, thin'11t fact purely that!'''Producing it will grow itself from, savT a- Closes daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A. M. ) \ : i;: : 'ff ; .. ,' ....,..... _u-t'". ._t"'" .;t:. -:- '. .. ,: ,. : =I PHARMACISTS 1= Ei -
'utuu' ; -
the \\-uiryand annoyance and disapSntmcnt Takes mails for the North the : : ; -
that uftc-n follows grafting orT Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular : ;c'y"q ;
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roads.Lecsburg : '>'r :: '.
buddlft;!' train ......... : .
-iddition, to the advantages already arrives daily 8:30 A. M. . Centre Street
!! tbel'ruitripensata' time when) the I Brings "Western mail only. .;;" .. ; '.
named fruit and it stands Fcrnandina & Jacksonville Railroad .' '
.t' bare of : ,E F
. Epmcnt-better I is than any other variety of Arrives Brings daily the except Jacksonville Sunday.and.....St.... 8:50 A. )t. :d ... ,;- .. F... ':i-1' "; ''j : .. .. ;. FE XAXDIXAFLORIDA, '

the ('car' a hardy, prolific tree that bears Johns river mails. : J'>1.1. ; : constantly on hand a fine assort-

ecropV"f!' t'ss this most popular of all fruits Arrives daily except Sunday........ 5.00 p. M. ..,.. :. KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
*u the 1 dread of I Brings mails same as above. and
from even blight l DOMESTIC
and| to be fr-e kind, ought surely to satistLslTadvUtascs'belong Closes daily except Sunday.......... 9:00 A. )I. i::: 3. < .. ..7. '. ::
orallY 'OB .. ,
or (disease WH LE ALE AH RETAIL.! ,-;,: "
in fruit cu ItW nre, All Takes the Jacksonville, St.John's -
1 River and Northern mails. M '' Drug's and Chemicals
; to. the I LeConte. H ".; '5 ,
SB of then; ) are now in doubt. They Closes daily except Sunday........... 5:30: p. M. O \
demonstrated by the experienceof Takes the Jacksonville, John's r and '
Homoeopathic Patent
O u Medicines,
been .
i have P ,
river Northern and Western mails. ':.; ;-
STbc'tae: produces itself from cuttings, Sunday ]'lailJackS01l'illc o- ';...&.. :n"I. t,5t'C' """''1'"; "' (

( why grafting should be and St. John's River, "N= .' .f;i.{..;:" :.:,... / Proprietary nut! Fancy Goods, ,
there i is no'reason and experience has proven that arrives....................................10:25; A. M. Ha :" ; ; _
resorted whet to rafted on its own stock good results -, Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00: r. M. ; '; FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
f.vcn ; follow. have this season cut Jacksonville, St. John's llh'orand

do not several three-year-old the North closes....................... 6:00.M..
down and burnt up A. B. NOTES PERFUHERYSOAPSET .
Jacksonville and St. John's River ,
had been grafted. I found that "" ,
trees did that got bear ,nle-tenth as much as only, closes.............................. 4:00: P. M. .-I Florida Lands.The
SAML. T. P. M.
m-w grown from cuttings.Vn RIDDELL. -DEALER IX- ==
. orchard of LeContc pear trees will payis'

t well as an orange grove, without thelaressity AN ORDINANCETo OQW

I; foe the ceaseless care and continuus Plot'ide/or Farther Protection Against Fire. Family Supplies, oW JI2i'" Physicians' Prescriptions '

e ,, expense'requircd by the orange grove- E IT ORDAINED BY '1'InIA YOn .. Peninsular carefully compounded with ,
e and 1 the ;pear has been successfully grown B I- pure Drugs,
; and Council of the City of Fernandina
to on sandy loam HEAVY GROCERIES, S .
(} from C.onncctIcnt stiff red SECTION 1. That1 from and after the pas- reasonable prices.r
admixture clay, on
without an
I I. sage of this ordinance every person owninga ANDITropical
lana and in fact, on every class of soil r.t
. frame building of description located
;, T 1 "thing ;the subject of how to start the within the corporate limits of the City of Hay and Grain, 00

Ite 1. ''mtr; per from ''cuttings, Mr. Sanford Fernandina, shall be and is hereby requiredto OJ -_= Florida +1 a M- i
i : provide good and substan tial ladders suffi-
' .vs : cient for approaching every part of the roof SHIP STORES'tFurniture
fifteen inches ; 0
'Cn i make those cuttings: long of said building.SEC. '
:111'\l !s-jKide plough, the ground to the same fc- RAILROAD COSPUIES
11e : 2. Said ladders may, at the option of ,
,ll'pthl'ulrcrizillg |thoroughly possible. the owner, be permanently attached to the -+ fc\\KENDALIS .
. I then >tick': them into the mellow earth, 1 fjG
! building or they may be movable ; providedthat f
II avitr. out t>n :I ; roof ladders:!! shall) at all times be upon IN __ =-
iui- 1'1\l1.1: bejvell lIt \'ated. I have this -+ Stoves Soi ,
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; :!' : the roof ready for use. ---==: -= -=-
I' year: \put out,15( .OOO. and hope to get 50,000 SEC. 3. It shall be the duty of the City COUNTIES OFALACaU
,1 \-0'111"!! tw. iwljicli i is, about an average prop Inspector of Chimneys and Flues or such Paints: THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
\ ..rti.in. Tyjshlow: ; lnv, rapid is the growth other as the Council appoint, to discovered, as it is certain in its
need I state that person may o Crockery, effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
.1! (liiuyouiij* ttees,1; only make a tour of inspection throughout the y : A7PUTNAM"
tinciiriings/ frcijuentCv, take I on six to eight city at least once in every three months, for 0 BELOW.
feet (oi'ncw wdoil i the first year.I the of seeing that the tforegoingrequirements iGG Hardware, N"=
would,} say; |in convlusion that the grow-
arc complied with and he Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS.
. ill;'; ol'l'ruits aalii llowl-M is a work that re- shall promptly report to the Mayor all cases Willow-Ware. S .
iir.'s; roust( :ant' arc, and the more care be- GGW
| this ordinance.SEC. X. Y.
of violation of :! MARION January O, 1882.
-'. wtsl l the fetter| wiU be the results that 4. It shall be the duty of the Mayorto r Dr. B. J. Kendall d> Co.:
l I'mlow.;' it wilt not }lo to crowd a youngi
take cognizance of all cases of violation GEXTS Having used a good deal of your
Loki fcize of one's hat and -
into a thcin-st the of this ordinance, and any property-owner, M -. SUMTER ANDaERN Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
I id tiM-ii, leave tii Providence. Disap- or the agent of the owner, reported for non- o La thought I would }let you know what it has
|n iitincnt and jtailurfc will surely fdllow all compliance herewith shall first bo admon- ;; : ANDO done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
err N, .it efforts. Tile cultivation. of the orchard ished in writing by the Mayor to comply .. I colt as was ever raised:! in Jefferson county.
-- and ;garden illIolves more fine work than sections of this When I him
with the first and second was breaking he kicked over
II- I lything our pople have ever undertaken, ordinance within ten ((10)) days of the date t a the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
..titl., just in prMportion:, with it pay hand.iucrprofits.thiu of the Inspector's report of delinquency, Pri a a Low a th Low at I AT PRICES FROM hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
| other pursuits. .
and any person failing to comply herewith farriers but they all said he was spoiled.
\Vf are satisfiAl( that Mr. Sanford has not after such admonition, shall be arraigned, .. .. He had a very large thorough-pin, and I

gone; quite fur enough in his description of and, upon conviction, shall be fined not $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin

!hotitn grow the LeConte pear from cut- less than $2 nor more than $10, togetherwith .:.'.: ..6 ""I' Cure, and it took the bunch entirely oil': and
costs, which shall be the same as in he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars).! have
',:'.!'. Heading: after:Mint one would infer ordinary cases of arrest. I used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit

I, ::'uu he merely 5111)2;the cuttings into them.'Uow SEC. 5. This ordinance to take effect thirty I these lands are in the central has always cured completely and left the

boil and leaves; them that way to days after its!' first publication. I . leg smooth. ;
SEC.) (G. All ordinances, or parts of ordi- :' i peninsular portion of the State, and It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I .
take care of themselves. It wouldn't do at ',",. I
- nances, conflicting( herewith are hereby re : have recommended it to a good many, and
.\11-To per cent of them would die. The pealed.Adopted. ". ,::4.: ..."...>. within fifteen miles of Railroads in they all say it does the work. I was in wither -

soil should be prepared as he states, but May 21, 1884. .. !ngton Kneeland's drug store,in Adams,

\vhcti the cuttings are: put in, it must be [SEAL.] G. F. AVERY, '; ,, : successful operation, traversing a territory the other day, and saw a very fine ;picture
President. you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
lladcl1.trOIlIl,1, them;as firmly I as possible. Attest : EMIL 0. FRIEND, City Clerk. : .. "'. which is being. more rapidly not ; thev said if I would write to you that

Their the situation curs an important figure Approved May 23, 1884. > :';'-. settled and than other you would send me one. I wish you. would,

ill thCCISl'lIfthe LeConte\ -itshould be a slope '. II. POPE, Mayor.In .' ". developed any and I will do you all the good I can.

t,) the soathdirectly, exposed to the hottest :," '-' part of the State. Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.
the Circuit Court Nassau .
rarsof:_ the sun throughout) the day. This County; Fla. The fertility of the soil and accessi-
: would be.roug}; for most kinds of cut- Kendall's Cure.
inip' but it is tight for the LeConte pear. ESTATE Ix TIlE OF MATTER JAcls0NJ.PRINOF OF THE ] ASSIGNMENT bility to the largest and best markets

Lee best tiiicci s jji t cannot come on any other GLE, DECEASED. J DO WEILALL :I make these lands particularly desira- ON IIIDIAN FLESH.VEVAY .

. '.'trader: of situation. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TAKE A B. NO YES. IND., August 12, 1881

I ILl that on Monday, the ninth day (Successor to "W. A. SAKBORX), ble for the cultivation of fruits and Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
1I11 O.V SOILS. of June, A. D. 1884, I will make application i Wholesale GEXTS-Sample of circulars received to
and Retail Dealer in
fie editor :of the ;Southern Planter says to the Judge of the County Court in and for I early vegetables for shipment. For day. Please send me some with my imprint,

i.'i.-r.! are threw forms in which lime is ap- the County of Nassau, :at Fernandina, to GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, printed on one side only. The Kendall's;
put' 'dto the soil ; first,- as a carbonate ; sec- have my Dower assigned and set apartoutof large and immediate profits there is Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
CHOICE WINES AND LIquoRs, HAY, GRAIN, and not for animals but for human
"I. the lands tenements and only
"' as sulphate, and third, as a phosphate. personal prop-
in Florida to the
either of these forms are incompatible, but erty belonging to the estate of Jackson J. Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near no industry equal ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the

are! distinct in their action. The first, the Pringle, deceased. Steamboat Landing, raising of early vegetables for Northern leading farmers in our county, sprained an
urbonatc, is usually applied in large JANE E. PRINGLE, ankle badly, and knowing the value of the:
quantity Widow of Jackson FERNAXDINA FLORIDA. remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
from 30 tO'GO' bushels to the acre, and J. Pringle, deceased. markets.
a 1 intervals of fiur or five years. It is the Fernandina, Fla., May 18, 1884.SIERIFF'S ::! Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. did far better than he had expected; cured
I'urnt' stone orishell lime obtained from the Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in For new and descriptive circular, the sprain in very short order.
Wiisiii its slal4d condition. It is difficult to SALE. large quantities. Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBA D.

'Xl'laiu,' fully\ arid in a brief way the chemical VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- address Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All
action of this' form of lime when applied BY out of the Circuit Court, Fourth ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the S. I. WAILES, druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
w the land. Some of its visible uses, however Judicial Circuit, in and for the county of best in the world. will be sent to any address on receipt of
: are well understood. It corrects acidity Nassau, Florida, in favor of Sylvania W. Agent for B. F. AVERY'S CELEBRATEDPLO Land Commissioner, price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL
01 f'suils overcharged> with humus, or vegetate Jones, administratrix of the estate of JohnD. \VS. fc; CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
>i,> matters; it-aids decomposition vegetable Jones, deceased, and against William K. Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-' Jacksonville, Fla. Send for Illustrated Circular.

matter in the $oil, and thus enables the Soutter, executor of the .estate of JamesT. VILLE. 33 M. A. WILLIAMS Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.
! Cements of this decomposition to be given Soutter, deceased, I will offer for sale and ,
.up. ? thC.foot:! of growing plants ; and it sell in front of the Court-House of said Salesman.
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.. 1\es out in solutibu of lime i .
enough to supply county, in the city of Fernandina, Florida, X
( '> the needs still more rights title and interest of the heirs
e plaster-is legatees HORACE DREW
- jujsicrious; !\ fiction on plants and soils. or representatives of said James T. Soutter, .', '" d .?'; .5.: _

Il : l?TC'and other; grasses it is usually apJ"oi deceased, in and to the following lands and Tooltscllcr, Stationer, :." 1. MUNN tlnne to&act CO.as,Solicitors of the Scrzjrrmc for Patents AMERICAN, Caveats ,TradeMarks con-
m the spring at the rate of a bushel or tenements, real estate, situated and being in Canada.
t -* Printer and Binder. -. ',''t'. ; Copyrights, for the United States:!'! .
..; to? the acre :with good effect, and is the county of Nassau, State of Florida, and England, France,Germany,etc. Hand Book about
"eraiiv ) '. Patents sent free. Thlrty-spvpn -"cars'experience.
best in the ,
rf-salts lands in the limestone
designated or public
on upon maps surveysas ,. / Patents obtained throuzhMUN1'i A CO.are noticed :
,sections o t those which have been Section ((15)) fifteen, Township ((1)) one, In SCIENTIFIC A I ERIC A.' Ireli!l I Mipphcd" wiJh the carbonates. This North, Range 23, East. Purchaser to pay for School Books and Orange WrapsNOW .- ', : most widely circulated scientific paper. (3.20 a year.
'tIIlW" Weekly. Splendid engravings and Interesting In-
i J)(). antagonism between these two title. JOHN A. ELLERMANN, .. .. formation. Specimen copy ofthet cientiticAmer-
,"f:;t' ,pf the lime lentent. It only remains Sheriff Nassau County. A SPECIALITY. ; :\' > icnn sent free. Address MUNNkCO..Scizrnne:

. a 10> ':elk' : of f hc' 1'ho. ph tc. This \ve regard Fernaudina, Fla., May 31, 188!. .. ,','.. : .." AMERICAN: once 2C1 Broadway New York.
tuc beg form 'f -- .,
;, lime as an element of .. ",! .
ui'i'Hlt( fod 1\ The Hodes of the bodies of men SHERIFF'S SALE.BY .;;33: Liberal discounts to Teachers and .' obtained for new inventions \
. :aui : ,' !
vials pATENTS
- ii iiml !! are concentrated phosphate of VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- Trade. and : '" or for improvements in old
and Special free
prices Catalogue .
so in th : plants largely Trade-Marks
ltreyai! ls. out of thc Circuit Court, Fourth ones. Caveat, Infringements,
lore The }>plutephalic element is there- Judicial Circuit, in and for the county of application. : :; r and all patent business promptly attendedto.
Id lll JUo;;t iniorfant] form in which lime Nassau, Florida, in favor of Noah S. Green, : :;f- .".. ,. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN

cln ""e used, but neither of the other forms executor of the estate of A\'anah Green, deceased 59 W. BAY STREETTACKSOXYILLE, < .. ,. .. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
!TlIllcti'dispensed with, as each 1 has its own and against William K. Soutter, ad- FLA. '.> ., : '. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
,iarr'),,ons' to Perform. AVe would advise to ministrator of the estate of James T.Soutter, ent Office, and enraged in ATEXT BUSINESS -
burnt r 111 thelaptilicatioli! of carbonate, or deceased, I will offer for sale and sell in : ; EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat
it i. to VC' aittr! tie laid< is broken to which front of the Court House of said county, in -FOPMACIIINERRY- ;:,Ji'k) ents in less time than those who are remote

1C. n! the fill eapplidxlrand; : >f the land is fallowed the city of Fernandina, Florida, on the first : : : :: ,, "Washington.

and\ sutferdrl.r winter thd lime may be spreadiii Monday in July, 1884, all the rights, title When Inventors send model or sketch, .
:: iii *? relaln without being lIarT and interest of the heirs legatees or representatives : : we make search in the Patent Office and
C. T until! Dinting; or seeding time in I of said James T. Soutter in and to. : : 2r : advise as to its patentability free of:charge.

11<""Pring, The ,itoosifhate is applied and the following lands and real estate, lyingand : Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
with ,.
tile\ I ,
,eSS ">!.:IlIrl' sOil l at:tny convenient time being in the county of Nassau, State of "" al.c! ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
ar at 'Ir !sulphate! ,or 1)lant'nn n, and the plaster, I: Florida, and described on the official maps OF ALL KINDS, "; .... :,:'.; ;' IS OBTAINED.
nt dower and other fdl': ,rs as a top-dressing to or surveys as the N W i of N ESEof We refer by permission to the City Post-

ad asse.i. N Eland S W i of N W i of Section ((1)) Go to F. M. Robinson master, and to the Superintendent of the
39 -__. = } : : Division in "-asb- '
'one, Township ((1)) one N, R 2 3E. Purchaser .. Post-Office Money Order
C'..' rtls I finer Pl'htting. to par for title.JOHN >- ;ilf ington. For special references, circularservice '
fh':ads. ,Letterheads, Note-Heads Bill- A. ELLERMANN.Sheriff MANUFACTURER and DEALER, } ; r terms, etc., address .
l>rwin':; ;I: iuSient\ and every Description of Nassau County. C. A. SNOW & CO.,
? "tally exccutcxl at this office. l Feriiandina, Fla., May a, 18B!. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Opp.PatentQfhee. WashingtonD'C.: 2t .



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?*." "::, I 1 ". THE FLORIDA :MIRROR : JUNE 718S4., :

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The steamer Florida, Captain F. R. Payne, Range of Thermometer Special Cash Sales
; arrived here last night about 10:30 o'clock FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JUNE 6, IN THE

:, '"; r _-i.__IIL..,_-._. -_. ; .- M.IL.1 ........ -._ ... .I....1'- '-- '"TV; from the St. John's River. She will proceedthis HORSEY'S DKDO STORE. i I
"l AND .
f I tt p.(t0\\4. rEAR; $1.00FOR, SIX MONTHS' morning to Savannah. '1-M A 1 'VONDERFULHOOPER
I Wind ON
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The Fernandinas have accepted a chal- c:: 1 c.o.

I 11I Reflections. lenge from the Florida Heralds to play a It'c':) Monday,.Tuesday and Wednesday onl-, I
series of three friendly games of base ball. Saturday___May 31 \ 72 7G 70 \ 74 K. E. AT

i The,; help and stores for the Strathmore The dates have not been decided as Sunday ....June 1 71 70 75 731 X. E. 28 MODE BRO'S.
.I arrived this week. upon Monday _..........2 72 ",i-I--I"i N. E. FORCE PUMP.
f ". Tuesday............ 3 73 X. E. Summer Silks '
"n : Mr. Thayer and family were guests at the yet.The primary meeting of the democraticvoters Wednesday........ 4 71 78 176 741 X. E. ,
i r') : ,'. Mansion this week. Thursday......... 5 74 77 : S. E. 40 cents a yard at
of this precinct will be held at Lyceum Friday............... G 75 78 I 177 761 S. E. J. & T. KYDD'S. THE BESTWELLPUMP
:f 'I, ;; The weather has been very pleasant and Hall Monday evening next, to select -

; cool for the past week. eleven delegates for the county convention ------- n-anteI-1ror MADE.TJXEQUALED .
: Children's: praise meeting to-morrow night which meets at Callahan on the 14th Am willing to do copying, teach shortI I .

1 at the Presbyterian: Church. ., Port of Fernandina. hand or common school branches, or to do
.i inst.A any kind of work so as to earn board. Ad-

: Mr. II. W. Clark, of the Florida Herald, collision occurred on Tuesday last on Saturday, June HIGH 7...WATER.... 7:03: A.M. 7:20P.M. dress, LADY, Mirror Office. FOR SPRINKLING GARDEN,

made us a pleasant call Thursday. the Florida Central & Western Railroad," Sunday, 8...... 7:44" 8:00 h ;

rented the Dur- about eleven miles west of Jacksonville, be- Monday, >" 9...... 8:21" 8:44 h Xew Goods. WASHING WINDOWS, CARRIAGES
Mr. Samuel A.Swann has ET,,.
J tween two log trains. Mr. Owens, the en- Tuesday, 10...... 0:00": 9:22 Large lines of new goods in every department -
{ : ; yee cottage, on the beach, for the summer. Wednesday, 11...... D-10" 10:00" at J. & T. KYDD'S.
of the east-bound train killed .
gineer was a'
There is quite a fleet of vessels in port.. Thursday, 12..10:20. 10:39
and considerable damage done to bothlocomotives. Friday, 13..11:05": 11:21 Ito for the Beach t A MINIATURE
We count fifteen from our press-room win- ,
dowse The accident was occasioned During the summer season I will run the
.va i : by the neglect of the rules of the road by \ ENTERED. buss It. L. Denefield" to the beach daily, DEPARTMENTEXAMINE
.') v The ste.amertlantltu..'., United States buoy Owens. :May 31-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- leaving foot of Centre, street at 2 and 4

.,. :" tender, was in port on Thursday. and left on nah ; with passengers: to W. B. o'clock p. m. Fare for the round trip 25
j The mortality list we publish covers three Tucker, agent. cents. Tickets'for'sale at Nix's news standin SAMPLEAT
.1 Friday. months, and embraces not only the city of 31-Sch'rJ. Mattie' Newman, Loveland, the post-office, where applications can

:' I : The post-office has been neatly fitted up Fernandina, but Amelia Island, a population New York ;' general cargo to also be made for chartering the buss for
:,; in its Centre street in the Fred W. Hoyt & Co. private parties. It. L. DENEFIELD.For I
: new quarters on II
of over 3,000 persons. It will be noted that 31-Schr. Sarah C. Schmidt, Stackley, I

:1:1.f I :: Howell new building. but two white adults are included, one of an Philadelphia ; ballast to Hil- Rent. I FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.CIDER .

'i :' ; The praise meeting at the Presbyterian advanced! age. That a large proportion of liard & Bailey.
31-Schr. Howard A. Hunt, Buckaloo, A store and dwelling on Centre street. I
I : Church was postponed from last Sunday ,the deaths are children, and that the death Wilmington, Del. ; ballast to tf Apply to J. A. ELLERMANN.To .

,:" '1 .1 night until to-morrow night. rate for the whole population does not exceed Mizell Bros. ,

A 'I. a ratio of 4 cent annum a state- June 2-Schr. Edwin A. Gaskill, Wilson, Rent. "r"I" : U"f'" ,-. :
; Mrs. J. X. Moore, of Green Cove Spring, per per :.
New York ballast to master.
t ment that well for the health of Fer- ; The two-story frame residence on Centre
I j is in the city. Mrs. Moore spending speaks "
I. purposes 2-Lavina A. Warren, Johnson, Portland street, north side, corner of Eighth street; ,
some six weeks at the seashore. nandina. Me.; hay to F. W. Hoyt conveniently located. Terms liberal. ,
1' : Mrs. Horace Drew, of Jacksonville, with & Co. Also, that comfortable one-story dwellingon
The Strathmore. 2-Edwin W. Schmidt CranmerPhil-
Ninth street, near Centre, six rooms and
:i I! her Children, has been visiting her father, The Strathmore Hotel on the beach has adelphia ; hay and groceries. to pantry, for $10 per month. Apply to !
,ti 1; Mr. Geo. R. Fairbanks, the past week. been and C. H. Huot. H. E. DOTTERER.For .
neatly painted throughout presentsa
2-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, Pa-
:i. Mr.. W. O. Jeffreys has rented the Atlantic very attractive appearance. It will be latka. Sale.A -

; :;, Pavilion, and intends spending the summer opened on Tuesday next under the care 3-Schr. S. H. Levin, Hudson, Port
second-hand piano. Will be sold cheapif REFIXI'D
Ii l months, with his family, on Amelia Beach. of Mrs. Hopkins, of Tallahassee, and will no Royal ; ballast to master. -
3-S. IVSt. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah applied for soon. For further information

Ground was broken this week for another doubt prove a delightful resort. ; with passengers to W. apply at the office of .,A, AND

; brick] ; building on the lot adjoming the brick B. Tucker, agent. TilE MIRROR. '
Nassau Light Artillery.At 3-S. P David Clark Daniels Savannah
i store:; of )Ir. Stark, and recently purchased ; CRABAPPLE.O
a meeting of the above company, held ; with freight and passengers -

; by him.;. at-Lyceum Hall on Wednesday evening last, to W. B.Tucker: agent. FOR. RENT. ,) .

..A. ; W3 learn that there has been recently a the following officers were elected : u 4-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, : : :ER.-:
New York
1,080 tons, ; freightand DWELLING AND STORE
I of the of theisla'nil ,
considerable erosion point
W. 0. Jeffreys, Captain.J. passengers, to It. W. South- LARGE extensive yard-room and gardens

near the United States Sergeant'squarters. L. Horsey, First Lieutenant.J. wick, agent. attached, on Alachua street; suitable for a BY THE KEn,

?I W. Flinn, First Sergeant.C. ". 5S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- large family or boarding;house. Possessioncan

; By!mistake the name of Colonel'\ m. Mc- II. Whitner, First Corporal.W. Tucker nah ; with, agent.passengers, to W. B. be given about August 1st. AT

;I'i I : Williams, of Italia, was omitted from the E. Snyder, Second Corporal.Dr. Schr.NellieDrinkwaterNew York; DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET,

q .1. i list 6f the County Exposition Committee, Theo. Starbuck, Surgeon.W. ballast to master. facing the bay; has eight rooms, large halls, FRED W. HOYT&.CO'S.
6-S. S. City of Palatka. Vogel, Pa- .
piazzas, excellent well, etc.
: published last week. K. Garland, Secretary and Treasurer. latka.

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H y u 'J ".n '- Cf
Thtj road from Read's mill through the "" 6-S. I ..uH.Vll1larKC, D.n11e1S:::, oa- STORE AND DWELLING formerly occu-

: ; '. hammock: to the beach needs cutting out, The Recent High Winds.An vannah ; with freight and pas- pied by Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street.
easterly wind has prevailed for several sengers, to W. Tucker, agent.
as itjis: now impossible to drive along in
but it amounted to and For terms etc. to
days, hardly a gale, CLEARED. apply
front:of Fort Clinch.
did not prevent the Mallory steamers from G. STARK. .. .. ,..
4 A meeting of the County Exposition Com- May 31-8chr:Howard A. Hunt, Buckaloo, Fernandina, May 2, 1884.FINERr'. < I ; -" "
; going out or coming in. The City of Palatka, Philadelphia ; lumber by Mi :
mitt e will be held at the office of Mr. Chas. however, was weather-bound in the St. zell Bros.

'v. Lewis, in the Duryde building, this John's for four days. The wind off the coastat June 2-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
morning 10 o'clock. nah ; with passengers, by W.B.
the mouth of the St. John's was southeastand

'r Hon.W. Naylor Thompson has purchased the bar lies about due northeast, which, 2-Schr.Tucker''Meyer,agent.& Muller, Perkins. ;Jir t

: of Major W. B. C. Dur}'ee the warehouse of course, makes strong'northeasterly winds New York; .lumber by Hil- ir.. ..........................................................ir. COMFORTECONOMY,
A+.a ;'; and office adjoining the Dotterer store; blow directly into the channel way. The liard & Daile,.
3-S. H. Levin, Hudson, N. Y.; lumber MILLNERY} !
: $3,000! was the consideration. entrance to Fernandina bar lies almost due by Hilliard & Bailey. .

I' t y:;, The schooner Nellie, Captain Drinkwater, east and does not suffer the same way. The 3-S. P. David Clark Daniels, Sa- ir............................................................,.

1 whIch arrived here last Wednesday from jetties Fernandina do not appear to have vannah; with freight and pas- -ATKING'SBAZAE- SAFETY.
W. B. Tucker
I r, New York, lost the mate and one man over- been at all affected by the easterly winds, 4-S. sengers P. St. Nicholas by Usina,,Savan-agent.
t ; board during the storm on Friday previous. while it is said by the Times-Union that nah ; with passengers, by W.B. ,

1 those at the St.John's bar were very badly Tucker, agent. USE THE: CELEBRATEDMONITORI2IE
+ The walls of the new brick building now
; "
i S. S. of Palatka
affected and much broken City Vogel,
erected the of Second and up.
; being on corner Charleston.

j. Broome streets by Mr. Austin will be completed The City Paris. 5-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, STOVE.FOR .

early next week. The building is 35 1,680 tons, New York; freight
In laying out Fernandina its founders, and passengers, by R. W.South-
4r xGO feet, two stories. with great wisdom and forecast, establishedon wick, agent. FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS. SALE OXLY BY

''t Tao i Pharos made a fatal mistake in not Centre street a large park. It has now 6-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- I
; nah with by W. B. A Fall Line of Laee and Mall Fiches
s:Ir ; passengers i Elegant ,
into Fernandina communicating remained without
a .I comihg. many years improvement, Tucker,agent. Fred W. Hoyt & Co.

I \ i. \viththe;. tug. She was unable to cross St.Johif's or any attempt to devote it to the purposefor 6-S. P. David Clarke, Daniels, CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS,

bar, and of course could not get into which it was given, and has been a discredit Savannah, with freight and pas-

I;. w,h., 1 Mosquito Inlet in such a gale. instead of an ornament to the city. G-S. sengers S. City, by of W.Palatka B.Tucker, ,Vogel agent., Linen Collars and Kid Gloves,

I i At'a recent meeting in New York of the Had it been properly laid out and planted Charleston.IN .

r I+ ,k; ; directors of the Florida Town Improvement with shade trees it would now be a pleasant PORT. All of the Latest Styles.

q ", .y : Company, B. S. Henning, Esq., was elected resort and one of the beautiful features of Brig Angelia, Evans.

I Vii' '1 ;i president, vice E. N. Dickerson resigned, our city. Bark Regina, Rodman. FANS, PARASOLS CORSETS,
\ Bar ken tine Joe Read Allen. PATCHWORK !
and : Captain D. E. Maxwell, resident The time has now come when active
I.. ., ; Schr. Lester T. Garritson, Crawford.
\ measures should be taken for its improve- Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.
manager. Schr. Fred W. Chase Nason.
kh .1 I\ i Mr.. S. I. Dent, of Brunswick,Georgia, has ment. The grounds should be laid out anda Schr. L. M. Ellis, Piper. HAVING A and LARGE pieces ASSORTMENT of handsome brocaded

r,' ,1 : ; accepted) a position in the office of the Man- system of improvement carried out whichcan Schr. Mattie Newman, Loveland. -I--l---t-U- silks, satins and velvets, we are put-
be gradually carried out Schr. Sarah C. Schmidt, Stackley. N -+ 1 I II- 4MMfrHI J I I I ( II II J I 1- -I f-l- bundles and fur
in assorted
,!' j sion.* He will be found at the clerk's desk year by year.A ting them up
Schr. Edwin A. Gaskill Wilson.
,, s I and :welcome all guests: most courteously. comparatively small sum expended in Lavina A. Warren, Johnson., t SUMMER GAMES. t ,' nishing them for "Crazy Patchwork"Package Cushions -
'i Mats Tidies etc. etc.
the grading and planting ont trees would Edwin W. Schmidt, Cranmer. ; If ,
Wo bespeak for him popularity long very
: I Mf-l, MM MM4-{! I II 'II- I I II, 1 {+- No. 1-Is a handsome bundle of exquisite
"',1. I ;, enjoyed by the lamented Major Suhrer. soon change its present unsightly appear- Schr. Nellie, Drink water. silks, satins and brocaded velvets (all differ
I I ." t'3J ance into a handsome park. We need a ent). Just the thing for the most superb ;" -
r : j: Eight handsome and expensive brick place for children to meet and enjoy them- Private Board. Croquet Sets [and Base-Ball Bats, terns of fancy wwk. Sent post-paid for o))4<>
1 ',; ; business{ houses have been constructed or .
: cents in note 1-cent stamps
A and wife board postal or
f gentleman in
selves out of the streets a
a place where
l i :fd ,:: I i are going up this spring on Centre street : ; private family can be accommodated with MARBLES, KITES, ETC. Package Xo. 2-Containing three timesas

t' 4 ',!.t ; j and Jts vicinity. Over a million of brick with proper shade and shelter visitors can comfortable home surroundings; terms mod much as Package No. 1. Sent postjawfor

+ a ; j will he consumed and employment given to find pleasure and recreation ; where baby erate. For particulars: apply at this office. -\1.50- $1.00. These are all of the very hurt
,carriages can have ample room and :young Fernandina, June 5, 1884. Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.DING'S quality, and cannot be equaled at any
large number of mechanics. The materials three times
'. ; silk works in the United States at
a t 1 are:of the best quality Macon brick being folks have somewhere to promenade and our prices. They will please any lady. On!
I .' i:. old folks to rest. From future LADIES
; ;, used. some artesian List of Letters order always brings:: dozen more.
: large BAZAR
I < ', r well fountains can be supplied, and Fernandina's Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina I I MANUAL OF FANCY WORK, with .400
,,: Thfe shipment of vegetables from this port illustrations and full instructions for artistic
'. c park become as celebrated as her sea Nassau county, Florida, June 7, 1884. Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. Fernandina. post-paid,
work bound
fancy handsomely ,
; .i 1 is increasing. The City of Palatka took beach. ,
Persons calling for these letters must 50 cents. Order Address
'' say now.
: ; nearly 8,000 crates on Monday, the San An Let us have a little public spirit. The advertised: THE ROCHESTER SILK CO.,
\ /onIoj3,5GS; crates Thursday night and the X. i-
S ,
F City Council can well devote a moderate Alberty, Elizer Luis, G R Rochester,

\ City of Palatka 4,000 crates 'esterdamak sum to the commencement of the work of Artis, Mary Hubbard, Minney .

\ ing aj total of nearly 16,000 crates in five improvement under Agent, Butler1cCall, Archie
'. ; ilays.'' Over 60,000 crates have been shipped competent supervision. Anderson, James Moore, James W Mortuary Report of Amelia Island for the Months of March, April and flay'
There is no one object in which all have
a Allen Robert E Martin C E
+ ,.t :i jthis port April greater interest than in thus adorning our Brady, It C Parish,'R H -

+ ':'\ r Cl A. Finley, Esq., of the Lake City Ret city. We are opposed to all makeshifts or Bonher, Peter Payne, W II
t : Bailey, Edward Reddin, Benj Fame. I Xarity. Cause of DeathAge.I Locality.Mch. .
i :, :' ', \ ri visited our office on Thursday. We trying to get it done at some one else's expense Davy, Joseph Ricold, I D

lrt :,, lcarnwith' { pleasure of the increase in populatipii or in some way other than the direct Demere, Mrs. M P Richard, Frank 12 Matilda S. McConnell_.?...:Old Town,FJa??. Carcinoma! ......_......?';55 yrs 8 mos... Old Town
+ : r ; ; and prosperity of Lake City and its and legitimate way. Dorsey, L H Rice,L C 13 i Frank Williams (col)......... Amelia Island?_ Consumption_....._..''About:38 yrs-City!!
yicnty.| The Reporter has been a valuable We have handsome Davis, Mrs. M P Snyder, Henry 1.I I Kitty Johnson (col)._....._..\......_......._.......... Dropsy.....??..._..?....t About 40 yrs_,,City:
plY : a town, our streetsare 25 Samuel col ..... ..._.. ..
Edwards,Miss Maggie Sessar, S A King( ) ..Centerrille, Ga Paralysis..?..?.?...?.. About 66 yrsCity
1 collector of interesting statistics of Columbia well oOTwins, )la1"1... and Em- ,
graded and require little expense, Emberson, Clara Simmons; Handy ->[ ma Martha Keats (col)} Bloomfield, N. J.\Marasmus_...._.._....Z months..?.. City
1 1t! i i' county; and has contributed in no small degre'e shade trees grow rapidly and with little Freeman.Mrs Sarah L Shaw, Miss Mamie 25jFredric, Bradley(col)....._..1!Fernandina._.?... Trismusnascentium_8 days....?.--I City

,. \ to the prosperity of that section. trouble, a clean surface, neatly shelled Fackler, II: Stockley, A T April 51)aoE.'| (rol.i) Old Town,Fla_...'.............._................. 4 day?._..._....'Old Town
t Fielding Miss Mamie Trent, Ellen 13'Patience Cooper(col)....._South Carolina.- Dropsy...................... About 39 yrs_ City
',' i j Thc; City of Sa\ Antonio sailed at 7 p. m. walks and a few seats and canopies will Gastin \V H Talerer Eller May 3:Dora Lasserre_......?.......... Old Town,Fla..._ Cholera Infantum_?.8months..Ok1, Town
J with change the disreputable park into 4 Carry McB.Washington (cFernandina! _...... .....?..?....._._............1 year.-.City
; Thursday evening seventy-two passen- a lovely Ili ginbothatnI.aura\Verming, Richard 12ilenry; Clay (col)......_........F[Snmpter Co.,S.C. Dropsy ....................About 70 yrsJNr.K.K.Sliop
+ y ; : gcw and the following; cargo: 3.5GS packagesvegetables place. Let our people show some public Horwell: Mrs Eliza Ward, Geo It 12,Carry Lissimore (col)......_.(Amelia Island..... Fever......_........_..._.3! months..... Xr. L't hone
( spirit let Council Hardy, Mrs II C Weller J B IGjManuella; C Dimerachy__.;St. Augustine...... Paralysis....._......_?!?r years__",ioid Town
; | 370 cases cedar, 200 logs cedar, ; our City besin a work Harker, Mrs Aaron Williams, Amanda IT.Charlotte;: Jenkins (col;:.....'!Amelia Island.....(Hemorrhage oflungsl2! yrs 6 mos._;Sr. L't 0 use
1 i sk I 259 barrels rosh, 84.barrels spirits, 53 barrels which will reflect credit upon their taste King Samuel Williams Alexander Infant| girl DO\\"Dcs.Old Town,Fla..._ Premature_............?.'8 hours...?._,Old Town
22 Betty Floyd (col)....._.....?.Camden Co., Ga. Paralysis....?.......?..f[About 70 yrsCity
: cotton seed oil, 187 sacks sawdust, 55 and intelligence. If we show faith ourst *es Jenkins, Haeger Welsh Patrick 2;Geo.L. A. Howard (colS Augustine?_. Paralysis._.?......_.?12 yrs 6 mos-;City;!
e i packages hides and skins, 25 turtles, 71 pack-- in our future others will share it. Progress Jenkins,Miss Ell Wilson, Sarah 2;Sarah Wilson (col)..?......?. Virginia.Ovarian tumor...._.. About 49 yrsJCity'
Leech, J F 28 Nellie Bruner Murray_..._ Nassau Co.,Fla... Enteritis ....._.......?...11 months-.JXr.i.R.Shop,
s. ages merchandise, and 1 horse. attends those who help themselves. S. T. RlDDELL, P M. 30,Susan Itoberson (col)....._. Fernandina<.__.!Kemittent fever_.._.?;8 vears........./Cjtr -=

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