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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
December 6, 1884
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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


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

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=\ Lrfil.] FERNANDINA FLA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1884. NO. '*. ;

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TII1: rlt/' ;l'IDESFS MESSAGE. would leave a surplus for the entire year of materials 1 and of the I manufactures,in whichwe 1 1 that 'the mixing induced, is wong.-Sc Traveler's Giilde. I

excel. tific American.
about 39000000. .
The aiiKiuil message of the President TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAIT.F.OAI I
It seems to me that many of the embar-
is a: IK re to Congress, to the VALUE OF EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. rassing elements in the great' national conflict -' Mrs. Grundy Says: Day Passenger Tram learcs-
The value of exports from the United For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and
Press and to the public. If the States to foreign countries during the year between protection and free, trade may That the melancholy days have come, the all points on Transit Road........10.25 a. m'ForSavnnnah -
thus be turned to account that the saddest of the year; and all points North '.
would' leave the details of ending June 30th,. 1884 : good ; '
: That change is scarce and coal is high, and Nest.-.10.25
Domestic merchandise......... 274964852.00 revenue may be produced so:'as no longer to
business .to the reports of the five (connecting at Callahan.)
public Foreign merchandise........... 15.548,757.00Totall1lerc11andise. overtax 'the people ; that protective duties with cents per glass for beer. For Tallahassee: ,Pensacola.and all .
cabinet officers and confine his message may be retained without becoming burden That there is little.nm, to live for, the points on the Florida Central & .

special recommendationshe ................740513609.00 some: that our shipping .interests maybe weather is so mean ; Western Railroad................. ..10.25 a. 111h
j to any Specie................................ 67133383.00 the currency fixedon That the wind is west, no'west or north, (connecting! at Baldwin.) I
judiciously encouraged,
wish; to make it would be a Day Train arrives i
may all\ and blowing cold and keen.,
Total exports of firm basis, and above 1, such a unity, '
From Cedar
much more ensible proceeding.The and specie........................ $807,040,992.00 of interests established among the_ States of That even nature feels the mood and all points on Key the, Transit Road., and.. 4.35 p.mL

Presi ent recommends that The cotton and cotton in manufactures this the American system, as will be of great and sheds her frequent;tears; From Savannah and all points in

aid be given ihe "pedestal of the statement included were valued at 208,900,415.00The ever-increasing advantage'Itb them all. All That the festive mule sings plaintively, From the North and West................ 4.35p.m..

s6.tu'' to be breadstuff at............... 102,544,715.00 treaties in,the line of this policywhich have and shakes his pendant ears. all points Tallahassee the Florida Pensacola.Central and
Bartholdi } of Liberty The provisions at................ 114416547.00 been in'.process of That the solemn cow still roameth free on
negotiated or are : negoti- *fc. Western Railroad................ 4.35 p.m.
in New York harbor subsidiesto The mineral oils at............. 47,103,248.00 about our beauteous streets .
placed t ation contain a provision.fleemed to be requisite ; Night Passenger Train leaves t

mail st jai icrs:'to foreign countries, *During the same period the imports were under the clause'ofUhe: Constitution That the gallant policeman unconsciousof For Cedar Key, Wild wlJOd.and all

as follows: this, patrolleth his favorite beats. points on the Transit Road....... 5.05 p. m. .
of silver limiting to the House of presentatives the, '
to abolish'th: further coinage Merchandise........................ $607,696.693.00 That our City Dads should at' once con- For SavannahandallpointsNorth
dollars t tie abolition of all inter- Gold and silver.................... 37,426,262.00 authority to originate bills for raising reve- and West................................ 5.05 p..m.. t ;
..( trive to make a landing place ;; (connecting at Callahan.) t

nal revenue taxes, except upon Total.............................. $705,123,055.00More nue.On the 20th of February last I'transmitted That we hope they will heed so public a. For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all j +

national banks be allowed than G3 cent of the entire valueof first .annual need, and save a further disgrace. points on the Florida Central & I ,
whisky, per to- the Congress the report of Western Railroad..................... 5.05 p.m:. J
imported merchandise consisted of the Civil Service Committee. with That two yachts to-day at anchor lie
to that e notes equal to the the together (connecting at Baldwin.) I

bonds following articles: communication from heads of the several abreast our city fair; Night Passenger Train arrives i

face ,their deposited Sugar and molasses.............. $103,884,274.00 executive departments of the Government That none on board could land; if the From Cedar Key Wildwood, and '

a revision' ofthe] naturalization laws Wool and woolen mannfac- the rkin of the law tide low stand, but they could remain onboard all points on the Transit Road._ 8.40 a. m. .1 t.1i

tures_.............................. 53.542.202.00 respecting practical s and i From Savannah and all points in :; ,
and of the| laws relative to the electoral Silk and ils manufactures..... 49949128.00 under which the Commission had been act swear. the North and West................. 8.40 a. m. 'i' '
count* | Coffee................................. 49,680.705.00 ing. The good results therein foreshadowed That Paul Funke is making the most unprecedented From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and ,j\ :

I Iron and steel and manufactures have been more than realized.: ,The systemhas bargains for the; holidays, at all points on Florida Central & :
He recommends an increase in the I thereof..................... 41,464,599.00 his Goods Centre street. Western Railroad..................... 8.40a.m. ,
Dry Emporium on f
and in the fur- Chemicals.......................... 38,464,965.00Flax fully answered the expectation of its !
strength of tile Navy hemp, jute and like friends in securing ,competent and faithful That he has promised to do the handsome FERNANDINA *; JACKSONVILLE R. R. .;

for manufac- thing for Mrs. Grundy at Christmas. Train leaves daily, except Sunday :
nishing of improved ordnance substances, snd ; public servants and inf protecting the
appointing For Jacksonville...................-..... ,
and tures thereof................... : 33.463,398.00'Cotton officers of the, Government from ,That naturally Mr. 'Grundy looks noon a.'
army n vy. and manufactures ofcottonr. Train arrives :
invoke daily, except Sunday-
He sugges ,s the improvement of :.............._.............. .30,454,476.00Hides .. the pressure of persona .importunity and him with a jealous eye, and threatens to From Jacksonville....................... 4.15 p. ;
and skins, other than 'from.the--lftborofexami1\ the claims and the assistance of the other dry goods "

the free delivery,system in the Post- fur skins.......................... 22,350,906.00 pretensions of rival ''candidates for public men in town. For Sllnda1/onll/-Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a. m. ;.,!

office Department by expediting thedelivery OUR FOREIGN TRADE. employment. The la\\ $bas had the unqualified That he thinks they will be equal to the For Jacksonville ........................ 4.30 p. m. '.

". occasion! and respond gallantly to his call. From Jacksonville......................10.35 a. m. J
upon payment of an extra I The countries of the American continentand support of the.. President and of From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40 p. in. 'J
amount. 13 recommends payment the adjacent islands are for the United the heads of the several, departments, and That he does not see how Messrs. J. & T. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. ,I

States the natural marts of supply and de the members of the Commission. have per- Kydd and the Mode Bros. will be behind in
From Savannah Steamer St. Nicholas -
Marshals ,
of salaries United States -
ito obtain formed their duties with zeal1' and the race for competition for the holidays. I-I
I I mand. It is from them that we should Sunday and Thursday.For '
I and United States Attorneys submitted That it is his opinion the man who ad- Savannah .i
what we do not produce or-do not. pro Their report will soon' ,be, and Steamer St. Nicholas I

and the erection of a, Government duce in sufficiency, and it is to them that will be accompanied by"such recommendations vertises most liberally will pluck the per- Monday and Friday. .1 t

the surplus productions of our fields, our for enlarging the scope of the existing simmons. MALLORY LINE. : '
penitentiaryThe That he thinks notwithstanding Mrs.Grundy's For New York direct, by steam:1
should flow under statute as shall commend themselves to the
mills, and workshops '
State of Texas of
discusses at some ships or City
favor themin Executive and the Commissioners charged partiality, the Mirror may be induced -
conditions that equalize or San Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00 p- m. : .
length our ;policy in reference to comparison with foreign competition. with its administration. to advertise their holiday goods. From New York direct by City of. t I

foreign trad the bulk of which we Four paths of policy seem to point to this In view of the gen ral.and persistent demand That this matter should not be confined San Antonio and State of Texas .i

alone to the dry goods men every Friday.......................... 3.00 p. in. ; :111
publish iu flill.( i end. First, a series of reciprocal commercial throughout the commercial, community ; :: ,
That have first-class business estab- :, 1
tie treaties with ,the countries America which for a national l bankrupt law. I we t,
minor ijbommcndaEKge For and from Baltimore steamship
by I
Among .shallJoster Jbetweeuus<< .and.themc: an un- ,hope at the diffe jfjjAof: sentiment whichhavd'hl'thefto'prevenutf lishments ; i Jesse H. Freeman .. i
ilT'ltsic'I r. i is
.tlttlR u'i **$***MfSjU J -* Sh SWIr* -* stocks but. every. ;
-t..That theyjcarry good '
hamperef7rnovementbTtraae.: TheTconditions -. its't-ntctment-may ". _days athigluvater.. ; ; 'j ,
_j.'i0. ;
General Grant.. G'.oral Grant' That few of them'know lio\v"to.piit their '\. -r -r I '
] of these treaties should be the free not outlast the present session. BOSTON & FERNANDINA STEAMSHIP LINE. I

has now *anj income of $15,000 per admission of such merchandise as this goods before the public through the columnsof For Boston, by steamship Lorenzo : +It

year dcrfved\ from a pension fund country does not produce, in return for the GOOD MORTAR. the Mirror. D. Baker or the Vidette every ,. I.

admission free or under a favored scheme of Machinists and engineers often have occasion Wednesday, at high water.
contributed] by the people. An ad- There are a large number of people in From Boston every Monday, by
duties of our own products ; the benefits of to use mortar, and will value the one of the same steamers.
Buffalo, New York, who voted for Grover ,
ditional pension raised by taxationof such exchange to apply only to goods carried appended information : Good mortar is a sheriff CHARLESTON fe FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINC. I
for for
Cleveland for Gov-
the wljolo people will not command under the flag of the parties to the contract ; solid silicate of lime, that is, the lime unites mayor For Charleston by steamship Cit'i.' .
ernor, and for President, and in each case
niftcl: commendation in view the removal, on both sides, from the vesselsso with the silica or sand to form a silicate of Monticello, every Wednesday.From ::1.
they succeeded in electing him. The Courierof
privileged ofall tonnage dues and national lime. In ancient days those who had some Charleston, by same steamer -
of the Gruu & Ward failure. that city, does not believe that a similarcase every Monday...... .............. 2.00 a. m.. I 'i
:imposts, so that those vessels may ply un- conception of the way the two things united For Charleston
steamship Cityof 'l
has occurred before, and one may not
The mess ge is not very bright hindered between our ports and those of the superintended their 'mixing; but nowadays Palatka, every Sunday.

reading. W e copy that portion re- other contracting parties though without anybody is supposed to know how to make occur again in a hundred years. Naturally From Charleston, by same steam'I j I

; many believe in the star of the President er, every Thursday....................4.00 a. m. !
ferring to th National Finances and infringing on the reserved home coasting mortar, while nobody knows much about it. ) -i!
elect. There is hardly a parallel in our
trade the removal or reduction of burdenson Dry lime and dry sand laid together; or ST. MARYS RIVER. "I
our Foreign Trade. history for so rapid a promotion. Even Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- : I
the exported products of those countries mixed and kept dry .for a thousand years
i '. General Grant had to wait four years after For St. Marys and Cran all.1 Tuesday i
THE NATIONAL FINANCES. coming within the benefits of the treaties, would not unite to form a silicate of lime Lee's surrender before he entered the White and :Friday....................... 3.00 p.m. : h
The condition of our finances and the and the avoidance of the technical restora- any more than acetic acid and carbonate of For St. Marys and Dungeness, on I

operations of tjlio various branches of the I tions and penalties by which our intercoursewith soda dry in a bottle would effervesce. To House. Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p. m. I
: For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, !
public service \yhich) are connected with the those countries is at present hampered. make silicate of lime just, as good as was Mr. Conkling, when asked by a friend the Monday and Thursday........... 8.00a.m. Ij

Treasury Department, are very fully discussed Secondly, the establishment of the consular made by the Romans, 'all that is necessaryis other day whether he was a candidate for Steamer Martha an-ives-

in the report of the Secretary. It appears service of the United States on a salaried to proceed intelligently : Procure good the Senate, replied : "I thank you for your From St. Marys and Crandall. on ,

I that the :ordinary revenues for the footing, thus permitting the relinquishmentof caustic i. e., fresh-burned: lime, and if you solicitude, but I know of no inducementthat Monday and Thursday............ 7.00 a.m. I i
fiscal year ended June 30th, 1884, were: consular fees, not only as respects vessels find it all powder, i. e., air,slaked, don't use could draw me nearer politics than my From St. Marys and and Dungeness...,. 9.00a.m. 1

From customs.................... $195,007,489.76 Wednesday Saturday. i
under the national flag, but also as respects it; use only clear lumps. Slake this (if profession calls me." From St. Mary's and King's!: Ferry }I
From internal ........
revenue. 121,586.072.51From vessels of the treaty nations carrying goods possible) in a covered vessel,) using only Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00 p.m.
all other :!:........ 31,866,307.05 j
entitled to the benefits of the treaties. enough water to cause the lime' to form a SUCCESSFUL experiments in distributing -

Total ordinary revenue... 348519869.92 Thirdly, the enactment of measures to favor powder. To this while hot add'clean! sand Post-Office Notice. !4

The public expenditures during the same the construction and maintenance of a -not dirt and loam called sand, but sand- the electric light to great Office Hours-From 8:00.1.. to 6:00 p. M.

period were? : steam carrying marine under the flag of the and with the sand add enough water to distances have been made in connec- Sunday hours, 10:30 A. :\t. to 11:30 A. M.
Orders and Letters from .
For civil ex1)cn'cs.:............. $ 22,312,907.71 United States. Fourthly, the establishmentof form a paste. Then let. it lie where it will tion with the Turin Electrical Ex- 8:00.1.Money. to 1:00 P. Registered M.; and from 2:00 P. M
For ........
foreign "intercourse 1,260,766.37 a uniform basis for the countriesof not become if in cellar to 3:30 ii
dry by ,
For Indian*.....,....:............. 6475999.29 currency evaporation a hibition. A Siemens machine of 30- : p. tll.ARlUV.L'ND
For pensions!! ....................... 55,429,228.00or America, so that the coined products of so much the better; for as soon as you horse generated a current DEPARTURE OF TIlE MAILS.I
the military establishment our mines may circulate on equal terms have mixed the sand and lime as above, power Tian:it
including river and throughout the whole system of Common they begin to react one on the other, and if which was simultaneously used by Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45ir.M._ ;n
harbor i and Brings mails from the North the
improvements ,
arsenals........................... 39429603.46 wealths. This would require a monetary not stopped by being deprived of moisture several electric light systems, spreadover Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -, '
For the Naval 1 establishment, union of America whereby the output of will go on reacting until silicate of lime (as a circuit of about twentyfivemiles. railroads. : I

including: vessels:! machinery the bullion-producing countries and the hard as any silicate of lime 'ever was) is Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 J.. :j. 'i
an tletmprovcmentsatnavy circulation of those which yield neither formed. Takes mails for the North, the < )

,varA--......... ........... 17,292,601.44 Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
For miscellaneous expenditures i gold nor silver could be adjusted in conformity But if you take this so-called mortar as List of Letters roads.Leesburg +I

infl tiding public I with the population, wealth, and soon as made, and lay bricks with it, unless Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- train arrives daily......... 8:40 A. M. k !

buildings, lighthouses and commercial needs of each. As many of the the bricks are thoroughly '\Vet.yon stop the dina, Nassau county. Florida, Dec. 6, 1884. Brings Western mail only. I+
collectinghe re\.enue......
For expenditures 43939710.00 countries furnish no bullion to the common formation of silicate of lime, and might as Persons calling for these letters must .say Fernanama & Jacksonville Railroacl- j

of the District of on Columbia account 5,407,019.02 stock, the surplus production of our mines well lay your bricks in mud. Lime and advertised : Arrivesdaily except Sunday.....:.. 4:15; 4.)I. i

For interest on the public and mints, might thus be utilized and a step sand, after being mixed, might lie two years Agnew, J C Johnson. J J Brings the Jacksonville and St.John's w 1

debt...............,................. 54,578,378.48w taken toward the general remonetization of with and for certain suchas Antler, Miss F. Kennedy. A B river mails.
F advantage, usss, Lewis J J Closes daily except Sunday..10:30 A. M. l
the i ........... 40,790,229.50Totalo.rdinary Burough, Sarah 111
Sinkj"gfl1nd. sih'er.rfo the accomplishment of these boiler setting, or where the whole struc- Binnicker, J LIcFarlen, James Takes the Jacksonville,St.John'sRiver I,

expenditures 290916473.83 ends, so far as they can be attained by ture of brick and mortar is to be dried, the Croft. G R )IcKnight. J'J and Northern mails. fii

leaVing a surplus 0(......... 57,003,309.00 separate treaties,I the negotiations already mortar ought to be mixed for one year be- Christopher, M J Mitchell, Lily Sunday ..llail- t I
As Coleman, Anna Rice, W: D Jacksonville and St. John's River,
compared with the .preceding fiscal concluded and now in progress have been fore use and two would be better ; but for Clark, Ed Miller, Amy arrives...................................10:25 4. M_ I
rear there was a net decrease of over $21-, directed, and. the favor which this enlarged house building, if the bricks are so wettedas Ederson, Edward Roberson, Maria Northern mail arrives.................. 9:001Jf. +
/))O.OOO in the amount of expenditures. The policy has' thus far received warrants the not to rob the mortar of its moisture as Telshow lax Scott Cealer Jacksonville, St. John's River and Ii i#

aggregate receipts were less than: those of the belief that its operations will ere long embrace soon as used, ,mortar that has been mixed'onth a Flowers. Amos Solomon, Wm B the North closes...................... 6:00.1. JI. b
Green Henry :N Smith. F
Jacksonville and St. John's River 6
year previous.. about $54,000,000. The falling all, or nearly all, the countries. of this will form good solid silicate of lime Gardner, John Simmons, Friginer only, closes.............................. 4:00 L 31. =s 11 IJ
in revenue from customs makes up hemisphere.. among the bricks it is laid with in ten years, Hubet. Emer Steele Mrs
nearly $20X,000) of this deficiency, and It is by no means desirable, however, that and will be still harder in a hundred years. Haynes. Shade Sin. Betis ;j t
tout $23OQiI.IQ> ) of tho remainder was dueto the under Hoge-s- Wm Viney Sheldon. Mrs J Valuable Lands for Sale )
policy consideration should be, The practice: of mixing mortar in the streets Hines, H F Young, W B Orange '-

the diiunusbed receipts from internal applied to these countries alone. The and using it at once is as foolish as it is Higginbotham, J P Young, :Mrs Emer Tracts containing twenty acres each, of \ '

taxation. healthful enlargement of our trade with ignorant, and would be no improvement. Johnson.Nora William, Toby choice high hammock land on Orange; Lake I;
The Williams Chas W Williams. Adline suitable for orange growing and truck forming {
for, Secretary the total receipts Europe; Asia, and Africa should be soughtby Silicate of lime is made only by the slow Williams., Lomio Wrightmier are now offered for sale. These landsare t'

the fiscal-ear. which will end June 30th, reducing tariff burdens on such of their action, of caustic lime and sand, one on the White, Ettie Walton, Mary very conveniently situated for tran por-

1883: at $330.000,000". and the total expenditures wares as neither we nor the other American other-under the influence of moisture. tation,.bv water or rail and will be sold on I

at $2!KG20cJ1.16* in which sum are States are fitted to produce, and thus enabling Dry' they never will unite, and mixing No.Special Day for Bargains terms purchasers.Also valuable Titles timber are land.unnue-' in t

Deluded th, interest on the debt and the ourselves to obtain in return a better mortar' as now mixed, and using it at onceso At J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can get them large bodies. G. R. FAIRBXNKS..

amount payable) to the sinking fund. This market i.for our supplies of food, or raw as to dry it: out and stop the formation every day. February 16 1882, Fernandina. Fla.
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I >" ._ f, :.:..,THE FLORIDA MIRROR : DECEMBER e, 1884.% '
I R.IB1"'S VISITORS.; tender were thrown off the rails'and If the accident 1 had occurred in term I I to be relighted. The stove in the I I i privilege- to me' to receive you.'"
sank into the snow, but none' of the time it would have been different. I I I school room and the scuttle for the ',She bowed slightly.
i ;His My bij baby; blue sat eyes on were the floor full,.of wonder' passengers were,hurt, and', though ,the do the Rector only justice! when I:say classroom needed immediate replen- Look' here !I" said Mr. Harwood-
i For he had never seen before driver and stoker were precipitatedinto that",he 'was not unwilling to do his ishment unless I were bent on killingmy "if ever you come our way :v.f.;
: That baby in the mirror door- the drift, the snow was so soft utmost, but he was a widower, and guests with cold.. I staggered to Nesbitt, look in on us at the Hall J and
,! J\Vhat kept the two, so near, asunder? his 'feet and half asleep and stupid, I we shall be delighted ,
." that they took no harm by their som- completely under the dominion my to see
i He leaned toward the olden head ersaults. When I arrived I found the servants The cook would not find fetched the necessary coals from the You've rendered us a great service you.
': The,: mirror border framed within, guard wading from one carriage to food for, the passengers, and the,house- coalhole, which was'outside the house. .. which I shall not readily forget." '
.: : Until Lay side twin by cheeks side then, like softly roses said red,: another with his lantern assuring the maid would. not find beds for them, The door had been left open and the Mrs. Harwood gave her husband 'a
f. r' I can't get out, can you come in?" passengers that there was no danger. and Westlake was indisposed clean snow had driven in 'and buried the look which I did not then understand
J 3 -Atlanta Constitution. Some insisted on descending, but after their boots. In the matter of the fuel. I had to dig it out with my "I say: schoolmaster," shouted
: floundering in the snow they thoughtbest clotted cream the Rector was decided. I hands. Next I found with difficultydry Cudmore, "give us your paw !" Then
: ; \THE EX-SCHOOLMASTER. to retire under cover again. I He saw it in the pans and he put,his sticks and relighted the fire in the with an oa th", Y ou're a fine fellow,
: went up to the engine to ,ascertain foot down,and insisted on having them bedroom. Wet and tired, I tried to Come and see me when you have a
My name is Alexander Nesbitt. I what was about to be done. An an- skimmed and the cream sent to theschoolhou compose myself to sleep again when holiday, and dash me if I"don't make
4 '1m'r j rather I was, a schoolmaster at gry altercation was taking place be- e. It would have been this was done, but was roused by the you as drunk as a fiddler !1"
fa boarding school situated-no, I won't tween driver guard and' passengers.The highly appreciated if, there had: been advent of the guard; who announcedto i "No, no, Mr Nesbitt," said the
i Bay -Ivhere, lest I should get into a engine was off the rails and could bread to eat with it. the passengers that it was impossiblefor burly yeoman-his name was 'Vhite-
';scrape. Suffice it to say that the not be got on again without help. The dear good Rector came, up to the line to be cleared that day ; away_" don't' go to that walking
:schoolhouse is near a railway\ cutting Only one alternative seemed feasible, the schoolto seethe colony there es that the roads, moreover, were so deepin hogshead of spirits, come to me ; m?
iOU ajbranch; line that leads to one of and that was for the guard to go to tablished. He fussed about among snow that it would be matter of missus ,will be proud to make your
the,>iluost insignificant of market towns the junction and send up an engine to the,people, insisted on their being ac extraordinary difficulty to forward acquaintance. You know where .T..
; In 4( clay, district. The country is take the train' back to the place commodated with beds in separaterooms them to their destinations. The com- live.",
"t elevated, it supports a few trees, and whence it started, or to forward to and promised to send mat- pany was, however, using superhumanefforts I met, I must say, with gratitude
,such! as grow are twisted or turned the'next'station and telegraph for as- tresses and blankets from the parson- straining every nerve to furnish above my deserts. Every one was
; out for shape by the winds from the sistance. age. But the promised bedding did conveyances for the afternoon.At full of my praise, and pressed invita-
i J' sea.)i The place is twelve miles'as the The passengers objected that they not come. Westlake pointed out to this announcement babel broke tions upon me, which I undertook to
; ,: cro\t flies from the Atlantic; so it has wanted to get on, not be taken backto the parson that the pony could not loose. The passengers asked if the accept.I .
; all l the disadvantages and none of the the place whence they had started. travel in such] deep snow, and that company knew the dog's kennel in was relieved when the last de
I advantages of proximity to the ocean. While the altercation wenton a mass of without the cart the bedding could which they were mewed ; the ,miser- parted. I sighed and sank into a
.. here is no watering-place ,of any im- snow on the bank behind gave way and not be transported to the schoolhouse. ably insufficient and unpalatable food chair. My ''feet were swollen, mv
'i orfance} along this coast, rind no business slid like an avalanche upon the lines Fortunately there were a couple of they were forced to consume ? They head hot and spinning. All my bones
of any importance done in the in the rear, completely covering them, farm-houses near and some cottages, did not believe the company was exerting ached. I had, however,still too muchto
i little town;,so-why the railway com- so as to render immediate return im and from them,what: was really neces- itself. They knew that if some do to remain idle. I had to returnto
T>any made the branch I cannot con- possible. There was, in the emer- sary was'procured. Some fowls were one (with a look at me) choose ,to the neighbors plates, mugs, knives
In the winter of 1880-81 the gency, but one thing to be done-the killed and cooked and bread obtainedand make an effort and put himself out of and forks I had borrowed, and to the
branch did not even reach this contemptible guard must go on to the, next station sufficient bedding for the emer- the way, traps might be found in the farm at"Upcott a large tablecloth lent
: little town; it drew up in and telegraph the state of affairs, and gency'secured. I had to see to every- neighborhood to transport them all to for the occasion. This I found inked.It .
in' !the midst of a clay moor, covered ask that a party of navvies might be thing-to run from one farmer: the their destinations. I saw that I must had been laid in the school room
with furze and rushes, and was met sent up to' dig out the train. Therewas other, and tax to the utmost the resources cater for the dinner of these castaways.I on the desks, and the ink from the
by a coach, which carried on the passengers no engine and twin at the tempo- of my own small establishment. went to Upcott and induced the :pots had got ,on it. The farmer's wife
if there were any, to the rary terminus: consequently no means 'I surrendered,my own room and bed farmer to kill a sheep. I had_ potatoes at, Upcott was furious, and insulted
town, or dropped them at intermediate of getting forward that night was to the Harwoods, and my old house" of my own. I had supplied my- 'me grossly ,when I returned it. In
f villages. That was a cold winter 1 available. Fortunately the numberof keeper very good-naturedly resigned self with; four bags before the_ frost set the evening I went to bed utterly
The snow fell heavily and lay on the passengers was small. I invited, hers to :Mr. Parnacott.' I in, hoping they would last'me throughthe prostrate. I did not rise from it for
: moor till late in February-that is, in them all to the schoolhouse near at There-%vas not much sleep for me winter. Some of the passengers several weeks. Exposure, everexer-
. drifts. Some of the roads were blocked hand, where I promised them shelter that night. The passengers would be clamored for ale, so I brought several tion and sleeping in damp clothes
i ; level with the tops of the hedges, and and warmth. hungry in the morning, so I occupied bottles from the village tavern. It brought on an attack of rheumatic
, : communication was cut off between They followed me-a doleful pro- myself, together with my old woman, was poor, sour stuff.. The miller Cud- I gout. When I recovered from that I
; : the villages. In some towns no supply cession, knee-deep in snow, and stag- in kneading and baking bread'out of more said, with an oath, that he could found that my heart was permanently
: ; of water was to be had. The gering before the wind. There were flower I had begged at the farms and not drink it, and would have whiskyor affected.
; pipes were frozen and burst. The only two first-class passengers, a lady some of my own. I had to go to the Plymouth gin, and went himself to During the period of my illness the
: wind from the northeast drove the and a gentleman. I soon learned who rectory for milk, and had great diffi- the ale-house to procure it. On his board provided a substitute from one
: snow and piled it, against every obstruction they were--Squire Harwood, of Har- culty in conveying it home unspilled return.he encountered the Rector, who of the training colleges and paid him
: and choked with it every wood, and his wife, returning from through the snow. had come to make inquiries how we deducting the amount from my salary.
-depression that lay across its path.As town. Out of a second-class smoking When morning dawned I was so fared. The parson was indignant, My medical attendant sent me in a
may be surmised, our cutting carriage turned Mr. Parnacott, a re-, exhausted with my labors-chief of and called on me to support him in heavy bill, and I found at Lady Day
: :got clogged. The snow came on so tired solicitor, a queer little man, pas- which was the wading in snow from protest against the school being madea that I was in debt. However, I hoped
: : : suddenly, and fell or was driven in sionately fond of classical ,music, very place to place, carrying blankets, scene of riot and drunkenness. that by pinching I might get square
is ; such quantities, that it had half filled cantankerous-hating Macfarron, Sul- fowls, a ham cups, milk, breadthatI When the roast mutton was served, by Christen
; '::: the cutting in a very few hours. There livan, Strauss and Sterndale Bennett, could scarcelyjjeep my feet I had the Harwoods, Mr. Parnacott and two yhitsumide, ,arrived-with! ,.ici lxt,
, 4: are not many trains on the line, consequently and never weary of inveighing againstthe got very wet running' from :place to of the farmers refused to* eat it ;-th y" warm weainer ; and as I had a holI-
: i I g there was plenty of time for degeneracy of modern music. He place, and very hot from kneadingdough could not touch mutton. All the day on Monday and felt in good
: the snow to gather between the up was fizzing with anger against the and baking it. My time had sheep were diseased, and they had no spirits, I determined to make an excursion
! '! train and the down train. It did gathpr railway company, the engine driver been too much taken up for me to doubt that this one was killed becauseso down the line and visit some
: and gather so fast that the evening and the weather. ; think of changing my clothes. badly cawed" that it could not of the friends I had made on the oc
,, : 6:35: train went into a good bed Several farmers issued from second- I had difficulty, moreover, in the live. They must have beef. But casion of the accident. I started by
of snow and stuck there. Now, I had class carriages, who, I learned, lived morning in providing washing con- beef was not to be had ; so my side of the early train in order to catch whichI
:gone to look at the line an hour before some way down the line. One veniences for my crew. There were bacon was had recourse to, and almost' was obliged to go without my
thjit, and I saw how the snow was ac- man, a miller named Cudmbre, was but two basins and a pie dish in my demolished.The breakfast. This did not matter, as I
;;. :cumulating.: I stood under the bank tipsy.: He had taken too much at the house ; moreover, the pump was Harwoods refused to eat in the had to be at Farmer Whiteaway's at
I ; ''and I assure you it was like a raging junction, and could hardly be kept on frozen. That my people might wash, schoolroom because Cudmore had nine o'clock and have something with
: i; 'se L of driving foam over the.edge of I his feet. 'But for a yeoman named I was constrained to dissolve snow, sworn and used indelicate languagewhen him. I had dropped him a line on
j I i Y th a cutting. The snow fell In solid Whiteaway, who supported him, he which is a slow process, and the result tipsy the previous night, and Saturday bidding him expect me.
! I: m sses, and the roar of the wind over- : would have lain down in the snow I is-a little not very clean water. they invited Mr. Parnacott to lunch When I reached the station I found
; ; head was frightening.I and gone to sleep. Whiteaway was a While the people were waiting, with them in my parlor. This, of that I had started without my purse.
: !!! put my head down and made my man of substance-a warm man as impatient and uncomfortable, for the course, entailed double labor on me, However, the station master gave me
; ; -way to the rectory. I saw that something they say hereabouts.I washing water,.Mr.: Parnacott seated as I had to attend to both parties.All a return ticket on my undertaking to
: ; must be done, should the 6:35: am not going to occupy you witha himself at a wretched six-guinea Alex- were impatient and inclined be pay him the money on my coming
: .dOwn train arrive. The Rector is an description of all those who left the ander harmonium in the schoolroom, abusive if I did not help them to back in the,evening. When I reached
i .--cellent man, most amiable and well- train. Suffice it that I took everyone and played on'.it Bach's fugues from clean plates, fill their glasses, furnish the terminus I found that I had three
in, entione, but not reliable to doanything. of them into the school. I lighted the memory. This irritated the hungry, them with potatoes and bread the moment miles to walk to Yeoman Whiteaway's.
However, there was no fire in the stove in the large room, and unwashed passengers, and high words they felt ,the want of these I then regretted I'had taken no break-
one else to apply to, so .I sought him. also that in the class room_ for the in- passed. I had difficulty in appeasing things. I had cut some of my finest fast. My'illness had left me weak-
I Dear me 1 bless my soul l"! said he, the quarrel which broke out over the drummed Savory cabbage and cooked at least so much less strong than of
11 :1: will talk to Westlake about it." fants.My own house adjoined, and I harmonium.A them ; but Mr. Parnacott and :Mrs. old that my meals were necessary for
,Now, Westlake was his factotum-a placed it unreservedly at the disposalof more difficult matter than the Harwood did not eat cabbage, and me and I could not intermit one wIthout -
I man= who gardens, grooms, sings bass the passengers. Mr. Parnacott providing of water was the furnishingof complained of the disagreeable odor feeling exhausted and faint. I
in' the choir, is clerk and sexton; he gave some trouble. He was dissatis- combs and brushes. Of course Mrs. that prevailed the house in conse- had gone without my breakfast solely
*des a little carpentering when re- fied, turned up his nose as he entered, Harwood used mine, but :Mr. Parna- quence of its having been boiled. out of consideration for my housekeeper -
; "Oll\ red; milks the cows, cleans the and said : I wonder why it is thata cott positively and indignantly re- One of the farmers found a snail in ,; whom I did not care to rouse
boots and knives, and pastes up no- school always smells of an uncaredfor jected those of my housekeeper. Therewas his portion, and this occasioned a before her proper time, and surely I
l tices of temperance meetings and harvest poultry house, even after the chil- a good deal of altercation, over demonstration against me for my could subsist till nine o'clock without
-i_, thanksffivinsrs rs round the countrv- --- dren have left ?" the combs and brushes, but I was un- carelessness in insufficiently washing food. However, in that_walk_ I felt
when the 'Rector has determined on I found that my guests were hungry.I able to attend and allay it, as I had the vegetable. I not only gave them that I had made a' mistake. The
wing these entertainments. Nothing therefore produced everything my to get breakfast ready.I "cawed" mutton, but also "sluggy"cabbage. morning was hot and the air relaxing-
is done in tho parish without the .larder held-a half-eaten ham, aloaf of had begged a basketful of eggs at My brow became covered with perspi
.. : advice Westlake; but the Rector's bread, some cold potatoes. That was all. Upcott farm, but in bringing them I do not wish to make a long story ration and I felt the exertion of moving
: opinion of the characters of his parish- had two small bottles of stout, half- home I had fallen and broken them out of this. Suffice it, then, for, me to my feet at every step.
; formed in the brain of The at seized I had side of bacon in Whiteaway It
ifliers are pints. tipsy man once Fortunately a say, that toward dusk various con- Three miles to
1Yestlake.i and consumed their contents. my kitchen, which I had recently veyances arrived from the town to seemed to me more like four, but thenI
: t What the result of this consultation Then ,Iran to the parsonage and bought-it had cost me eighteen and carry away the unfortunates who had may not have gone the shortest war
r' was I am unable to say, as I ran back asked the Rector to assist me to feed ninepence. I cut from this liberally, been my guests for ,pretty nearly 24 I reached the house at last, at ten
fIf ; to i i'the cutting so as to catch the 6:35: the swarm of guests. He was eagerto and fried as fast as I could fry, to hours. clock-not nine, as I had reckonedand -
: (( : train. I, left the Rector talking with be of use, but did not know how to supply my guests. How 'the coals Then when they were about to leave, felt sick and faint.
: AVestlake in the laundry, where he help till, he had consulted the cook went 1 Firing all night and all day and were elated at the thought of The farm was old-fashioned, with
i'I was mangling, and I saw no more of and Westlake. Ultimately he sent up Why, in the time these people were their immediate release, I was sur- white walls, thatched roof and broad
} I t1i 'm.J two pounds of clotted cream, but no under my roof, I believe the greater rounded by those I had entertained. wooden windows. The doorway was
: I got back to'the cutting before the bread. I asked for"wine and brandy part of a ton went, and coal came to You are a good fellow," said Mr. of granite, with a date. cut on it1680and
: : train came up, and saw that a solid but he was unsupplied with alcoholic 25s. per ton with us. It was the same Parnacott, shaking my hand.U I the initials W. W. The prop-
f,: bed of snow, curiously ribbed, had drinks, being a blue-ribbon army man; with my'tea and sugar; they melted shall never forget your hospitality, erty had belonged to the Whiteaway
I'' ., : farmed across it, making it impracticable : however, he,offered to let us have as away like snow in a northwest wind. and only hope I may have an opportunity several hundreds of years. Behind
r for traffic. I ran down the line much water out'of his well as we likedto When breakfast was over and the of repaying it. Come and see the house was a bank of trees;;111
1 II to 'meet and arrest the down train. I fetch. He was out of bread, and company in fairly good humor I layon me at my little place, and I will front a little 'garden, in whichand www
4,1 ; ,did come upon it laboring up the gradient did not bake till next day. There my hearth rug, in my clothes, and you 'something there that will deer lilac rocket were a mass of flowers
V but the driver either did not were one and a-half cold rissoles in dropped asleep. the cockles of your'heart-Bach !I" and in the sun exhaled delicious frg'ranee.
-' ; hear my shouts, owing to the roar of the larder, but they would be as noth- I was roused by a violent, hubbub, Mrs. Harwood extended her little The beds were fringed mtb.full f
i the wind, or did ;not see me .through ing to all those I had to feed ; so he and by thrusts and shakings. It was gloved hand to me. She was a pretty crimson thrift and London Pride
the' blinding snow. The engine was reserved them for his own support.He .. with difficulty that I rallied my senses; young woman, married to a rather of flowers. tapped, at the door,
; not going fast, owing to the steep incline was much put out, he said, that when I had done so I heard Mr. oldish man. With a pleasant smile i at a call to come'in, entered. lit bend
i t! and because the driver was afraid the accident had happened at the time Harwood say that the firein: the bed- she said, we have intruded sadly on myself in a little hall or front k
I: 2 I -of running off the rails. Consequently when all his children were home for room where his wife was sitting had your valuable time, :Mr.-:Mister?" with a large fireplace and settles, nwoman
,.'! ,when' he 'did run into, the drift no the holidays, so that he could not take gone completely out for want of coals I Nesbitt," said I. }'Madame your a recess to the so strec lighted by a large
r ; .great harm was done-the engine andhi any of the,passengers into his.rectory. at the proper moment, and would have presence was not intrusion ; it was a window. ', In th sat a

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picking gren gooseberries for a tart. never, on principle have anything of the Harwoods. Before the house was a I The Tally-hoes were sung in discordant I I I siding magistrate said in passing sentence
)::Ir heart;rtfse'' in my mouth": Goose' I between meals ; but there is music, terrace beautiful with azaleas and a foun- .chorus, with much spilling of cider from His words burned themselves into my brain
what relished tain. Large glass doors opened into the the glasses, which ,were w ved'over the I[ had been unable to deny that I was intoxicated -
berry tad vjas highly, my dear': fellow-come into my sanc- hall. I rang somewhat timidly' and, stood head of the drinkers. : for I knew that the miller's cider
and I h'dj tllstefl"none that year. tum and hear. I have got ,Bach open, looking at mv reflection in the lanes. I' "By George!I" exclaimed Cudmore, inter- had upset my head. e

41 Wellviwt{ do. you want here ?" 'and' have, been practicing his most admit that I did not appear,; to advantage.I rupting his song, "our good friend, the The magistrate that it was a matter of
: was pale'and hot and 'out of sorts. liemember. ,- schoolmaster, has drink.
: no Here, man! regret to himself and the entire Bench that
asked the ja woman.; difficult fugue in D sharp minor. I had eaten nothing fur sixteen: there's not another glass, so just join lips to bank[ holidays' !furnish so casesfor
4< Is d.| jVhiteawy at home ?" I inquired What a man that grand old Sebastianwas hours, and had recently, recovered from a the jug" Then he roared tirth- I the interference of the police.many It was

chi? +fu1Jy; He lived before his time Like i sickness. This sickness had left me thin, "Old Arscott. he heard of a Sunday morn, humiliating for us, as Englishmen to con-
i so that the clothes which once fitted me T lly-ho! Tallv-ho! Tally-ho! i sider that, a certain large class of Englishmen -
u ho < not answered she all geniuses he lived for
Ko i 5 an appreciative -
hung loose about my attenuated form. How the bells did call, and he said in scorn, seemed incapable of enjoying a holiday
without ing her eyes from the pie future. Fancy his fugues on the Moreover, they were not new. The kneesof Tally-ho! Tally-ho! Tally-ho! without making: beasts of themselve It

dish.: 'al'I impossible On the harpsichord my trousers protruded. The seams of An hour of.sermons is hell tome, was especially distressing to the Bench to
.. home my coat showed white, and'my: right sleeve Tally-ho! Tally-ho! Tally-ho! have brought before them one who. by his
II be I 1 intolerable 1 The
lie shortly, no pianofortewas was glossy. The full blaze of sunlight was .:Iy heaven to hunt through eternity! position should set an example to old and
doubt," 5! .aidn a lower key. [ not in his day., Come along ; I on me as I stood before the house, bringingout Tally-ho! Tally-ho! Tally-ho!" young, and by his education should be superior -
41 Hardly l -; was the reply. have something to show you. I have these imperfections with cruel distinctness. "'Drink,' schoolmaster' drink!" shouted to 'low and groveling vices. Con-
I had intended treating myself to anew Cudmore. Look y' here, lads! this school- sidering that this was a first offens-', and
lie then ? received 'Science of
WliereJs just
a copy suit Whitsuntide, but my illness and master is half a parson and won't drink that I seemed penitent, the Bench was disposed -
41 Gond to see his brother, t'other Fugue,' published in 1752-an original I the expense of finding a substitute had good cider. Open his mouth and pour it to deal leniently with me in the hope
side of Ettrter."! copy-and I have been enjoying it all forced me to abandon the idea. I drew a in." that this would be a warning to me whichI
Z' tiresome dogbkin glove,on my left hand. It was split, "I will take sufficient." said I, "but I entreat 'might never forget, and that on bank holidays -, .
!I" I said. the base. Come
how ,
Dane Figured
at the thumb but by folding the thumb allow
you me a piece of bread and but I should be especially careful how I
41 Tiresome: !1" ;; she echoed. Why along. We lunch at half-past one." across the palm I concealed the gap. While ter with it. I cannot drink on an empty disposed of my time. The Bench would

1 EO? It :s f- bare} holiday." He drew me into his little back adjusting my shirt-collar which had be- stomach.. impose on me a nominal fine of one shilling -
I come limp through'the heat I was in, a footman "Dash me," roared the miller. "the chap which with the would rnake-
wrote expenses
Becr.u e I to him to expectme room and'seated himself at the piano.
came to the door and it. He has
opened got an empty stomach. Now you are a sixteen. The Chairman, in conclusion, ex-
herJtlys morning, and I.came on He struck a chord then, turning his was in livery, red plush "and black., He lucky dog; to have so much room for cider.I pressed his sincere hope that this was the
tosee him." head over his shoulder, asked,: You eyed me superciliously. "My 'nervousness wish we had your luck. Look here lads! last time I should appear before them
purpose.. overcame me, and I did not find voice at knock the schoolmaster down, and we'll, under such disgraceful circumstances. He
but fond of .
Intkeill; I music ?
Very are
sorry, you first. Then he said "Look here cider
young pour into his empty stomach till he's must add, for his own part that he felt-anil
must gf i !. No letter has come. Yes, very. man; I think you 'have,'made a mistake, chuck full." he had no doubt his fellow-magistrates on

\\rot-e Saturday.; Do you play yourself?" I and ought" to" have gone, round. to the backdoor "I entreat you, forbear!". I cried, in an ,the Bench concurred with him-that I had
n6 A little." agony of fear. made matters worse by the altogether preposterous -
"Thereis: delivery on Sunday. I want to Mr. Harwood said I. Knock '
see me down!They could do that witha ::: explanation of the circumstances
41 Hilt t'iere; fe this morning." Bach?" Not at home. ,*. feather, I was so weak with hunger, so ex- ,which I had offered as my excuse, anil
We Fnd for our letters, when we N': ." Will lie be long?"' c hausted with my walk, and frail through which it was'impossible for them to receive.
haveany." "Not Bach Then in dark- Don't know--fishing; got a party with sickness. This sentence was::: followed by :a social
to are
expect ; you him." We will-we will by George! unless you meeting of the school board attended by
Haired: tie honor of addressingMrs. ness. Are you fond of fugues? May I speak with Mrs. Harwood<1?" finish the jug'at a draught. Shall we not, all the members. After the meeting I was ,i

Wh eawavVhiteaway ?" I cannot say," I replied ; and to He hesitated, and again' studied me. Simon? What do you say, Dick ? Eh, ,informed by the secretary that my services :
\ is husband." this day I would make the same "What" do ;you want? What is your Thomas Langworthy ?" would be dispensed with at the! end of three i
my I name? His companions acquiesced. I put the months, when the substitute who had :
I was; :Silent, I stood on one foot i answer, empty or full, "I really cannot "My name is 'Nesbitt; Mrs. 'Harwood jug to my mouth drank as'much as I could. taken my place during my illness: would be-
and crosid my legs out of nervousness say" knows all about me ; be so good as to ask "Let us look." They caught'the jug from come permanent head master of the school. "

i twirl hat with Fugues are beyond my musical her to grant me an" interview.". me and peered into it. Oh, the sneak! hehasn't The secretary regretted, on behalf of the I
my ray
Come inside. half it! Drink
emptied again, or we'll'have committee, that my recent conduct had !
lands behind! any back. horizon. Theymay be very fine, but He ushered me into the hall. "There, you down." been such as to leave them no choice in the !

: IP rfame 'is Nesbitt;" said I, after they are very bewildering. They appeal you can stand or sit in a, corner.. I'll return I was forced again to apply my lips to the ,matter. II{ "
directly"He jug and take a long draught. Then I could Thus it that I j
awkward to the brain not to the ear. They happened am no longer
,1 long arijl!; pause."I went leisurely away. do no more. I dashed the cider out of it on schoolmaster. I have applied for other I
dare says it may be, answered demand a scientific' knowledge of A handsome large hall, with the staircase the floor, turned, and sprang through the schools, but have been invariably unsuc- j

Mrs. 'rh teaw'.ay. music, not ,a musical soul.. To me opening out of it, and family portraits, full mill door.I cessful. :\1yevil report; as a drunkard has
41 I ftmj: a schoolmaster at the -place they resemble steeplechase.. Away length, adorning the walls. ,On, the' right heard a shout, then the tipsy men preceded me.1)" career in the scholastic "I
: was the door into the' .dining-room. I. saw rushed after me, swearing horribly ; but I profession is::: closed. This is not all. I was 1
where the accident occurred in the go the parts, helter-skelter over the in, because the door ''was open. The tablewas 'hid myself behind} the stable door, and engaged,to.a very charming girl with a little !

winter frhere your husband was de- edges, tripping one another up, down laid, and glitteredwith: glass and,silver, heard them, ,stumble against each other, money,of her own. Sonie ill-natured person J
tained otter, night. I dare'say you into the ditches, head over heels, up .which the butler wasarranging. I saw him quarrel and call for more drink. I waitedtill sent her the local paper containing the m Ii!
silver baske'rand.a: fork
with a putting I heard Cudmore's voice begin notice of my appearance before the magis- ;
have heard him speak of it and men- again. Tally-ho Away at neck-and- bread-to each napkin. I was almost irre- Old Arscott, he lay on his dying bed, trate and sentence. She broke off the engagement !!f
tion me. =' neck ,tear 1 The devil take the sistibly impelled to rush in and seize some Tally-ho! Tally-ho! Tally-ho!" forthwith. !

Nev'f r," answered the woman. hindmost of the bread. I restrained myself, but the I waited for no more but escaped on to the I am about to apply for a free passage to- i!
effort was great. My hungry stomach almost moor. I felt, as I tried to walk back over Australia. England is no place for me now.I .
Again,ensued a pause. I was very Now we come to a very choice cried out. Presently the footman re the moor, that I was in a worse condition n better in a new country, but my 'I i
uncomfortable.; not only was I faint passage," exclaimed Mr. Parnacott ; turned. I'had seated myself.' I rose ,to than before. On ,an empty stomach I had heart is weak, and I shall never be ,fit for ;;J'
and hungry but disappointed. I had "be all ear." His fingers raced, receive his message. taken a good deal of cider, and it mountedto much. When I had handed over the school ;J 1
\Verr said heIr.. Harwood is head. I know that I
sorry ; my reeled. I was to my successor I walked to the railway cut-
been standing on one foot ; I had twisted, jumped, the hands played not at home, and Missus is engaged. If conscious that I was tipsy, and I was dis- ting and sat on the bank in the sun and.
curled liie other in some queer way leap-frog, helter-skelter I thoughtthe you want anything particular she said you tressed and ashamed at it. Nothing but watched the 6:35 down train go by. .

round tie standing leg, in an excess of wires must have given away. was to send word by me." solid food would recover me.I OhI"! said I, "if I had let that train. J
"I want-I want," said I, trembling and encountered the miller's
son again, and load of passengers stick in the snow last t
nervousness, :and now, with a sudden On the table was a tumbler and a gaspingI want some bread and butter." he directed me the nearest way to the sta winter and had not held ont a finger to help- I

qualm, :'I ,tipped: forward, and was red porous earthenware water bottle. Now, look here," said the footman; "I'vedone i tion. I must pass Whi tea way's farm once them. I should now be the master in the- It

obliged "to catch at the table to support Unobserved, I poured out a glass and wrong in'letting you in at this door.I more. school, Polly Parkinson would be my wife
I see you are drunk. You go at once. Go Happening to look over my shoulder, and my heart would be sound as a bell.-
myself otherwise I should have drank it off. The water slaked
} I my "
peaceable. after I had said good-bye to the boy, I saw, BlackwootCs I
fallen. ; ry thurst, but did not satisfy my hunger.The I I entreat you," I exclaimed, have con- or thought I saw. the rural policeman. I jJlagazine.'J'

0\ ,,th,n 1" exclaimed the farm- fugue went on, it seemed intermi- sideration on me. I must have some bread hurried on. Idid not wish him to see me 'J
and butter." in the condition I was in. In getting overa
er's wife,' what game be you up to! nable ; it went on upon my nerves- -
"rMr. Newberry, said the footman, call- stile I tumbled and tore my coat and
now| ::1'11 thank you'''to take yourself they thrilled, leaped, twinged ; I couldbei'r ing the butler from tfie dining-room, muddled my trousers. :My hat also got c11IFIU1p' J

off, 1 don't like intruders." : it no more. It drove me desperate. here's an intoxicated fellow got into the, crushed. I picked myself up with diffi- M
'all. Help me to turn him out before the culty. To compose myself tried to recollect .
in I said I
; desparation, : I to feet I
sprang my put, my "
Theo gentlefolks arrive. a hymn from "Ancient and Modern,
ri,yardon humbly, Mrs. Whiteawar. hand down on the fingers of the in- To escape the ignominy of expulsion I but could recall nothing save: I .. I

] I could.,not help myself. May strumentalist and while cold perspi- left of my own accord. I walked'down the Old Arscott, he was a hunting squire, I 4c0709&
last vli l you give,me apiece of bread ration streamed from brow and drive. I turned twice and looked behindme. Tally-ho! Tally-ho! Taly-ho! !
my I saw the red waistcoat and breechesof He hunted a fox with a brush of fire,
and "LtterI. have had no break- literally dripped from me, I said, with the footman through the glass. He' was Tally-ho! Tally-ho! Tally-ho!" I e :11

fast." j i i : white face and quivering lips : Apiece watching see,me off the premises. The So I sang that till interrupted by hiccup, tV. :

:f j: thought as much," exclaimedshe of bread and butter !-a piece of butler was at the dining-room window. I which took me badly, owing to want of 0 ';': .4 i
could see his white tie. Dejected scarce food I believe. : .,
t l\
knew this would be the end ." 9
; bread and butter is worth than ': \
more able
to walk, I staggered through the lodge I suppose I was near Whiteaway's farm I ,, \
of all this palaver. Take yourself off, all the fugues ever written by old gates.I when I saw before me, sitting in the sun, '' ;: ,.Ji t'\\ >;:'P'I' I'

young yian:take yourself off at once. Bach or any other fool !1" met the gamekeeper, who told me that under a hedge in a bed of red-robbin and ',!I l,\,,/'
Bread Mr. Cudmore lived a. mile and a-half off, bluebells, the dearest little child, with fair I"". t\;' $, ,<
butter I No not bite I I What ,,
jnd a !exclaimed Mr. Parnacott .,
on the other side of the moor. I resolvedto flaxen hair, and eyes like the heavens. But \' ""x' '">
don't believe a word of your tale. springing up. You are insane, sir. visit him. I would not have done so hadI the beauty of the child did not attract and ,ii :.f'.; ,:'3h" ,

Wrote to Whiteaway, did you ? In- You take extraordinary liberties. Thisis been received and entertained elsewhere, rivet my attention. The child was eating. I';; ""- .ij"7.""'/,,d",,,,'<:.,."....
vited here indeed as his acquaintance not one I cared to : It had in its hand a large round of home- "'9 'i? ;:: !.
yourself ? Wantedto my house sir. This is instru- ,I R '1... :>: ;:
my cultivate, but under the circumstances I made bread, quite three-quarters of an inch s
see |liIn ,on urgent business-that ment, sir. These are my fingers, sir. could not help myself: There was no train thick, piled up with cream, standing on il t r rOT
means; j:"to; get a shilling out of him." This is my box, sir. You forget your- back till 4:28 p. m.,three hours and a-half the same thickness, and on top of the cream I
I raised protest. self schoolmaster. Allow hence. I must have something to eat before was a curl, like a pig's tail, of treacle. Thisis
my me to show then. It would take me,another hour to my locally termed thunder and light'
I khow better, Mrs. Whiteaway you the door. reach home. Four.hours and a-half more of ning." Now bread and butter is a good .

continued., : I knows the doingsonof I left the house quivering in every starvation was to me an unendurable' thing to a. hungry man, but bread and
you beggars.! You all pretend to fibre. That dreadful had thought. I felt that I could not go on so cream, with a curl of treacle, is enough to
fugue long without food. I did not ask for much;' throw a full man off his equilibrium. If IIII
have large families, and to be dying ofstarvation driven me to desperation. A fugue is one piece of bread and butter would be my readers are disposed to judge me harshly II Jiew 01'leDn'ii.

; and you go round the never soothing on an empty stomach'it enough to keep nio alive, if the bread were let them fast for seventeen or eighteen I II I + '
country collecting bread in a sack, and is maddening. cut in a thick slab, and the butter laid on hours, when'convalescent, after an attackof ',0;-tningDecerber 1,1884, : ClosingMay31,1885.UNDEKTIIEAUSPICB30BTII6 .
with a trowel. There is much nutriment in rheumatic gout, and having a piece of
keep pigs on what the charitable give lurched, along the road, now, hot, butter, as much as in bread. That is why I bread and thunder and lightning passed be- \

YOPi No. Get out of the house this now cold, mopping my face, then pit always insist on butter with my bread. The fore their eyes. Then only will they be F Iii United States Government.
inst mt. I am not one to be deceived. ting down on a bank to mile and a half across the moor seemed able to judge me with justice. If I had -J Ji
; compose my- endless and cost me a long ramble. There been only hungry I might have restrained I -
Not a crust shall you have from mo. self. My head swam when I stood were numerous paths over it and I did not myself, but the alcoholic drink poured into

:Ys I retired, crestfallen, she flung up, and a cloud seemed to drift before know which to take.. I haH forgotten the the vast vaccunm had robbed me of all self- :i, $1,300,000, i I
thufparting :shot at me : ".I know the I feared consciousness. directions of the keeper. I lost my way. restraint. At the sight of the child with the Appropriated I by the General Government. iii
my eyes. losing ,
At last I reached Mr. Cudmoru's house. round of bread and cream I was like one Ii
sort! pf rogue you,be. I don't like the I, looked at my watch and saw lIe was a miller. As I approached I met a mad. That, and that only, would restoreme ii $500,000 Iii'l""H"$2 I

loolj of you to begin with. that the time was noon. I knew that boy dusted over with flour-probably his to sobriety, would recover 1113' strength, ,
rouM 'on false excuses to see the inside about a mile and a-half the son. I asked if the miller were at home. would enable me to reach my destination. the Citi/en1.of New Orleans. I
of Oka' across Yes,:" was the reply. "at home and has I stood opposite the child watching it. :My
] houses where steal
you may fields was Harwood Park. Should I friends." eyes seemed to sink in solid lumps into ,
a silver; spoons. If the police venture there? Mr. Harwood had "Friends to dinner?" I was relieved. those creamy depths. My: teeth chattered.: ti; Appropriated. by Mexico. I
coe ibis! nay I'll mind to bid them assured me of welcome. He Yes, I reckon." My hands became spasmodically clenched.
was a I hastened to the.mill. My heart beat furiously Convulsive movements passed over my face. '::1! $100,000, I IIi
keep : lookout for' There.
sharp: : you- blunt, open-hearted man. I would with hope. As I drew near I hearda Spasms! contracted my vital I felt as if my
I hv the State of Louisiana. I
'I! lift, :much depressed. Now a tell him my need, and he would at rough voice singing, then a chorus: of, spine yawned and closed again with a snap. Appropriated

raining,;, j wolf-like desire for. food once order me some lunch. It was hoarse basses, regardless. of time and. tune. I must, I will have :your bread and mlOO,000 I I'I Ii
The voices issued: from the mill. I wentin. cream," I said in a hoarse voice; approaching I
wojce ;UPi;,ii my vitals: and I pickedgr now too late to think of breakfast., Miller Cudmore was there with three the chileI.U Do not Scream, do not runaway i Appropriated! by the City of New Orleans. I II

.j:3 ;anti: gnawed it. A laborer of I walked over the fields golden men. A great jug of cider ,stood on the ; I will not hurt you, but have your ': From $5000 to $25,000 I II
whom I inquired the way told me that with buttercups., The hedges were floor bin; each of the men had a. glass in food I will." ;I !
his hand. The little one started .to its feet, and I hI, Appropmted by InnumerableAblates, Cities
Mr. '
Paniapott,; lived a mile further. I full of hawthorn, and the path under' I I! and Foreign Countries. I II'
Directly Cudmore saw me he knew me, shrieked at the sight of my wild face and gi .
wail th I cagerly-I was sure of food them looked! as though they had been and shook: hands affectionately; then, witli ravening jaws. It tried ,to escape. ThenI :: Every State and Territory-i n the Union; represented
at hi: 1h4itie.b; snowed over-they were strewn with an oath, insisted on shaking hands a second caught it by the shoulder with one )hand, I, and nearly all the Leading Nations and
lie resi- time, then a third, then on his companions wrenched the bread from it with the other, Countries of the World.
inljaibited; a trim, ,villa-like the fallen flowers. The birds were shaking hands witli me., ''All jolly good, and was about, with a. sigh of satisfaction j'
tlf uce, \t'tl veranda round it about singing,.the flowers to the The Biggest Exhibit the Biggasl Building and the cr
a were expanded fellows-very jolly. Jolly'com pan ions every to ram the whole round into my mouth and Ii
vfllch) clematis and ",'istariayere sun-all nature'as brimming with happiness one. Bank holiday. Evidently the men down'my throat, when a. hand clutched my !{r Biggest Industrial Event in theWorld's
and the air. I :, except myself, and I asked, very littleto l had been drinking. "'hitsun-) ondar is'a neck i"was held as 'in vice. I hear II I History.
blooming scenting was ,be happy as any bird or blossom. I asked universal holiday. Friends had come to We have you now. you drunken vagabond 't I U'PIJC.\TIOXC TOI: .:-Un: IT..ltdmr.nYRP.CEIYEi'
top hungry to admire, but not, to for nothing but a piece of bread and butter. enjoy the day with him ; and how could it robbing and assaulting a child. I've been 'I CO .3Imy.'f".H"K *: irIa.i'riiVARIETY.
OF !"CJHc-1'+ TH4N THUY Oil' A iYKxm'osrrIS I
notice; tj-'ej pretty combination of white The fresh grass about me, the sweet scents be better enjoyed than by getting drunk? following you ever so long. First entering FVKi: HKLD.
clumath land blue wistaria with the exhaled by the flowers revived and soothedme. Their coats were white with flour; the flour Mrs. Whi tea,:ay's.and frighteningher I
I felt better when I The cheapest, :.tes of trave.' ever known in
reached the park was in their hair;'th'eirred, danip faces were into fits ; then insulting. Parnacott, ; the tis'nf tr.Kasportatioa secured for the I
deiicatel htellow-green young leaves of gates. The rhododendrons was a blaze of dusted with it. They sat on sacks. tilled then that owdacions you' invaded the Park ann+e everywnerx. !
tup latter.1: bloom, crimson, white and lilac. The azaleas with grain or on flonr-bins. and last after drinking more with :Miller ,. peon For information audress II
:I "at the door and neat maid '. also, 'yellow, salmon-colored: and Now, then-beg\n again?'shouted Cud- Cudmore. you assaulted and robbed the I E;: A.'BURKE, +
rang a General. I. C.C. E.,
crushed strawberry, of ilower. Director .c i '
was: a mass more; and in a hoarse voice he yelled child. i
opened it:and admitted me. I was .,The red and pink thorns were also, in 'Old A rscott, he was a hunting squire, The bread was taken from me, to be pro- N: ORLEANS.: LA., I (
shown: into the parlor. A moment bloom, so were the laburnum and guelder Tally-ho! Tally-ho! Tally-ho! duced at the petty sessions as evidence w
I later irij rushed Mr. Parnacott with roses. The drive to the'house lay between ,lIe hunted a fox wilh a brush, against me. I collapsed altogether, and
: banks;: of color. Tally-ho! Tally-ho! Tally-ho!, sank fainting at the feet of the rural policeman. Potatoes and Apples.
bethhiaids extended. The mansion is handsome, in the Italian He rode horse he left.
a good and drank good ale, I had neither strength nor spirit & Co.and
"" to I wish' style,.built about the end of the last tell.I Just received by Fred W. Iloyt
.So. glad see -you., you centuryor Tallyho Tally-ho Tally-ho! I have not much more to .
had coire, an hour earlier in time for the beginning of this, with Ionic pilasters He swore till the parson- and 'turned, was' had up before the magistrates must be 10) bbls at Potatoes.once: R
: and windows let in between them, and n''I pale. r the double charge drunkenness,and as- '
breakfast. i t.J, ;:, :NOve must wait. I pediment over the door containing the arms Tally-ho! Tally-ho! Tdlly-ho!' sault. I remember every word that the pre- 100 Apples-cooking and'.eating.ii

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j. .;. rule of supply and demand; but Our railroad companies seem to ,

,f. ', GEORGE. R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR.nb.crlpt1on while some markets are overstocked find a upon them for moving -
pressure W. J. L '
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six months, SI.
per year;
others are bare, and very low pricesare freight, especially the ,fruit crop, .
Office:Corner Centre and First streets,second floor.
realized in while thereis >
T, quite upto of their 'means.

11' H RATES OF ADVERTISING.'Ten a demand at fair prices at other No one who ;has not watched the I ing HAVE an INCREASED MADE GIGANTIC STOCK PREPARATIONS OF GOODS FOR A, LARGER,BUSTVVQQ"', H aj-
tents: a line for the first, and five cents for
each subsequent insertion. points. The orange grower who is development; the orange productcan

I ::' peel:j Keating Specfal local rate notices for notices time,25 cents,advertisements 15 cents a line.a line. upon appllcation things forced in to the be present his own condition shipper of is crop realize for ,speedy oI;!the*__ requirements transportation.of our It LAHKBT COMFORTS, rl; an I:, S n&wls& :, DRESS G GOODS, t T II Z G'

;, jat the office. obliged to act in the dark and trustto is estimated that the is one mil- :BOOTS, AND SHOES
., 'j --.--'-'y ---- ___-,-_-ln.nnj-inn->n.lixii jii-----. nfojJIL-n -_rLrxruCijnnfliunications -
: upon all matters of local Interest chance. The prices'of'transport lion boxes. Counting 250 boxes to and thousands of other articles, which I will sell for 25 per cent. less than
4 /solicited from all of ation in another house for the same Goods. Give me a call before'purchasing you pay
the in
4 parts county and from are arranged reference to a car load, that is equivalent to elsewhere and I
., along. the lines of Florida railways. will convince you of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of
J jAlll i Communications Intended for publication the principal seaport cities of Balti- 4,000 car loads. With the exceptionof W. J. ,LOII IAN, Cor. Sixth and Ash every Sis,ten.

,:should I!'be addressed to the Editor; all business more, Philadelphia, New York and a comparatively small quantity -

letters,simply. to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Boston. Beyond these cities no rates' carried by. the Charleston steamers, : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

.SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1884.TAXATIONJUST are made. The shipper must consequently the whole of this crop has to be
I _________
,- send his fruit to the commission moved by railways in the State.
UNJUST. merchants of those seaboard There are three outlets-the steam-

The: irati' on ale. of taxation seems cities who have '
; thus a virtual monopoly "ship lines from Fernandina, the Savannah -

to b
pointed' by the legislature to assess trol prices. The producer cannot cross, the Florida Central,&"Western

taxes; In this State we have a verydefective i reach the consumer who lives be-t via PensacQla-and to move this crop

system, or, to state it more yond these points of distribution.The in sixty days,wquld require sixtysixcar

correctly, a very unsystematic mode simultaneous arrival of several loads a" day to be moved over

of, assessing taxes. cargoes will glut the market, but the the respective ':railroads. We think .... ."'!. """" II NOl. "= '

1 The, Sn\y right of the State to collect producer is powerless to prevent thisso I I this exceeds their present means of l..1._ ?t;.;jo:.y,;rs3:...: "'6RiJ." "S. IPC,;- _:"-- _;'',-.. ;...,_..'::-.--.
,. ;:;v "" .1ES '" ._ .
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from its
citizens -' :0 "
lies in '
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money long as he blindly forwards his ;: ,d"j v 0'--"
transportation, and in view of this '.o,,, ..... --"-" z
=:':::...:1h.. \ ;" ::--.':"- .
,: the necessity of government for the fruit ignorant whether the market is fact they should immediately in- "'''''' ;-,.L'Fir-.. ''' k: .7... '!to.;;';=',\;:'_1i:,

protection and defence of the ; ;.4:
people. well
supplied or not. crease their motive power and num- 1 X; -

". It follows that the right to assess If there was a unity of action ber of their fruit cars, as much dam- -,-.1.....=. c; : ; by the necessities of and distribution will be sustained the
: among shippers a judicious age by delays ='#

government. All that is taken from : over the country, there incident to an insufficient equipment.The .

; the citizen outside of the necessary would be a fair price realized at all pressure will increase every year,

i; expense of the government is wrong- times and in all markets. Or if and the railroad companies have no

;: fully taken. the shipper could store his fruit and such profitable business as that of ..

There is always aitendency/ in the ship as'the: demand:called for it, the transporting oranges, and should pro- M ,

possessors of power to abuse_their A. B. arOYES
prices would be nearly uniform. vide suitable cars in sufficient numbers ,
power. It is to this tendency that The must be, and for fast
remedy by some association arrange freight. ser DEALER IN
; we now owe the enormous state, of interests for the common vice.

county and municipal indebtedness good. FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES,
in this country. The power of levy- Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,
;; ing taxes has been committed to the THE NEED OF DEEP WATER. Unless suitable provision,made

: transporting properly on
legislature, county commissioners Work has been resumed upon our

i :: apd city officials. Instead of confining jetties, and it ''is the opinion of the steamships, an all rail service will CROCKERY, HARD'V AREVILLOVV ARE.

themselves to the legitimate purposes best informed pilots and navigatorsthat be preferred. Oranges cannot prop-

i of their creation they have the benefits of the jetty systemat erly be stowed in the lower holds of Prices Low as the Lowest.

issufccj l bonds and created debts outside this port will be satisfactory and vessels packed with cotton and other N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts,, Fernandina, Fla.

;; 'ijof any legitimate purpose. permanent in increasing the depthof freight, or placed near the enginesand .

Towns, and counties have been heavily water. heated portions of the ship., In AN ORDINANCEAn :R. AUSTIN: ,

bonded/ for railroads the case of the Nacoochee., of the Ordinance for Fixing the Rate of Assessment -
building The increased use of steamships for Taxation for the Year 1885. MtUFACTUBER OF

1 and i'n: some instances for depot of. large burden and, considerabledraught Ocean Steamship Line from Savannah IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY
buildings( and wharves. I to New York, over 3,000 boxesof Council of'Fernandina: Tin 1 Sh0et-Iron WareAND
Expensiye! of water has made the
ques- SECTION 1. That for the purpose of meet-
town :halls, answering no purpose tion of depth of water at our seaport oranges were stowed in the lower ing the current expenses of said city, and DEALER IN
hold with the cotton which whena the past due indebtedness thereof, for the
except for ,
; ornament, e travagant'couxt entrance a matter of supreme impor- year 1884, there be raised, by a levy upon
: ouses, monuments of' architectural tance. There is no doubt entertainedbut few hours out, took fire and the the real and personal, property of the cityas 1ARLRJTE E ana C CH 00K STOPS
hold filled with assessed, a tax of twelve and one-half ,
being steam to smother -
wastefulness, have been that this port can be made equalto "- (l2!) mills on the dollars, as follows:
I the fire, the entire shipment offruit' For current expenses..1 per cent. _
erected-,, far beyond any immediate any port on the Atlantic coast in For past,due Bonds....................2} mills.
; or pro pective wants of the community this respect. Its improvement is a ;was ruined by the heat of the SEC. 2. That the one ((1)) per cent. of the
: steam and rendered worthless. Sucha tax above assessed for current
expenses may
tf hile in other instances
4 many .matter of immediate importance in I
be paid in scrip or cash ; but that the remainder -
necessary bridges and roads have view of the increased and increasing mode of stowage is inadmissible.The of the tax, or the two and one-half ,,, '
business of Florida is (25)) mills of the tax.thus; assessed, shall be -, G
been orange
1 left uncared for. We need f
athorough of m ?
7 products our seeking rapid paid in cash, bonds or coupons.
overhauling of our financial and careful With too large and too profitable to be Passed first'reading December 3, 1884.
transportation. a '
t system IFS and.a far better mode offlevyin sufficient depth of water to accom- treated in this manner. It is but Passed Adopted second December reading 3, 1884.December 3,1884. 7 7S

] assessing and collecting modate the largest class of steam- just to say that the,Mallory Line do Attest : G. F. AVERY, President.

I taxes than I have.PItAC'ICAL not stow fruit in their lower hold, E. O. .
: we now ships, fitted up with refrigerating FRIEND Clerk
i .. but.take.pains to give,itair and pro- Approved. : S
'\ chambers and arranged to transport -r W. H. POPE, Mayor.
: l *
: ASPECT OF THE OR- tection.
our fruit to England and Germanyand
f ''I' other northern portions of Eu- THE incomplete condition of, the the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
I The] orange growing business of
benefits would to south is said to be OF :MACON, GEORGIA,
rope, great accrue jetty exercisingan
iFlpridli may now be said to be its COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS,
; the interior. The harbor of Pensacolais injurious influence on the shoresof MADE THE MODE BRO'S,
chief industry, but it is still in its HAVE
now crowded with vessels taking in the island near:the Strathmore.The Fla., the author- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,
jinfimcjL Not one tree in a thousand ized Agents to contract for the sale of their
cargoes for Europe which cannot en- sea has encroached very much
4of those now growing in this State WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
: now ter our ports for want of depth of upon the shore end, and if contin- BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.
are bearing, and yet on the *
water, and prolong their voyage up- ued will cause much damage. The
threshold we are confronted with Parties wishing to purchase will get all in- DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
difficulties in wards of a thousand miles to our speedy extension of the jetty will formation as regards prices from them.
Very gettingadequate
Samples of different qualities and stylescan AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
most and further
westerly only deep water probably prevent damage. TIN
prices for the fruit sent toiaarket be seen at the office of. for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
: The Florida harbor. An equal depth of; water MODE BRO'S, Wind Mills for pumping water or running
reason why
light erected on order.
26 Fernandina. machinery promptly
did hot long since become a great would fill our harbor with fleets of Church, Factory and School Bells for sale
vessels in Professor Tyndall suggests that, justas at a bargain.
engaged foreign commerce. FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER!
.bfange growing region lay in the Tp&r Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
the soil
character of the fruit and ,The work now going on, we hope, may so effectually All goods delivered at the various transportation
: free
robbed of essential stations .within the city
will not be allowed before = some ingredient
to ,
stop "
difficulties of
the; transportation. It AND SLABS, charge. All sales for cash.
by one abundant as to be inca- EDGINGS
'ls'- owing to the gradual removal of completion. crop: 10 cents per load. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.
pable of producing another in
':here ;difficulties that orange growing so ROUGH LUMBER Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
the human system a parasitic disease From $5 to $16 per M ft., "
:has made such a rapid advance TRANSPORTATION. according to quality. NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD.
so completely the
kithiri the past few years. We have In view of the large orange crop may DRESSED LUMBER, BOILERS
blood of some ingredient necessaryto $12 to $20 per M. feet. E NGINES
pow; largely reduced the time in awaiting transportation, nothing I
the growth and propagation of Orders by Telephone promptly attended to NAND.-
fruit to market. We could be
getting can more important to Florida
the parasite that the 'production ofa WILLIAM C. DURYEE, ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICtj
|dace pur crop in the principal cities than semi-weekly lines of fast fruit Steam Saw and Planing Mill.
second crop in fatal or considerable OomT>Ued Orange Hex and Sblns'e .acJbe
pf in from three to six to New York. Office foot Centre Street. 8 *0
thQ. country steamers We have Eagle Ghu, Saw Mill, Planer BeMWi
quantity may be impossible. It Ask for_Catalogue and Prices before
bjSt and consequently there is now now greatly increased facili-
very would thus that CURTIS k CO., :
'appear' protective
4u..]. risk but what the fruit will ties furnished, by the semi-weekly RAHOLE&DU6ANHACH'Tin r .
vaccination or inocculation is simplythe REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI
Arrive! ;Jin market in good order. The Charleston line of steamships connecting -
ST. MARY'S this paper.
introduction into the blood of GEORGIA. (Writ for Catalogue and mention
ganger now is that there will be too with New York steamers, -
weakened and comparatively harm- Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges -
ire shipments to the same market, the Boston and Baltimore lines, and effected. -FORMACHIN'ERY-
less disease
'to the
tjiu fproducing a glut, and the mar- the Savannah inland boats, with the germs consume Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
material'which might become food acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
1.ct;king overstocked a depression large carrying capacity of the Mallory -. acres, for sale. i :
for similar germs in a more vigorous N. B.-"St.,Mary's having been selectedas
follows and who direct
jf prices shippers steamships to New York. and dangerous condition. the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal

lleajthe cost of transportation, re- With the Mallory line running semi- (under the survey made for Govern- OF ALL KINDS,
ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
cSeive: ; little or nothing. There is no weekly to New York direct,the trans- A GERMAN is has given in- construction of which 'having been grantedby Go to F. M. Robinson,

que| ] ti<)D: but that there is demand portation facilities from ,our port stances of.the modification of plants Legislatures the United of States Georgia Government and.Florida and, a large the

at; remunerative prices for all the ought to move a large proportion of by insects so. as to ,produce new va increase in the value of adjacent lands may MANUFACTUBES andDEALEB,
be confidently looked for. (See New YorkSun
fruit raise if it could bet the fruit ,
) shipments. rieties. ,27-3-83.) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

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1 d Wood. .
Ila'in; 'recently established Wood-Yard J & THAVE K-Y-OO
near ftuj-yfie's.mill, provided with all the > _
necessary;':machinery> for sawing and splitting PAUL FUNKE'ST
dow} prepared to furnish Oak Wood
I am .
sawed io; :l\nll liingths,for either stove or fire- ,t,
I 4 I-( II I Im H I It !+ I-JiyrW
place,It ONEsDOLLAR PER LOAD ] FALL C .:11/IPAIGN: : [ '
j 1; J. A. ELLERMAKN. t


Has opened a. Select School for young girls .
and children, ih the house on Centre street, t $ *
corner Seventh. Terms liberal!
+++i-ii+1i t+M+11 11 n M-ii-11+! '"+HJUI1+t 11 11-M-r+> 11-M+f> +i+i 11++f++
:Miss:Watsoh will commence a class inPcconmivc
Panting! Embroidery, etc., on FALL WINTER GOODS i
:Mondi'October 6th, 1884.
References:!Rev. O. P. Thrckara, Mr.S. CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, i
Swann, Mr. ijt.:!: E. Dotterer, Judge C. V.
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AGfxrLB' AN WHO IS A PROPRI-, Latest Styles in We have received our stock JZSS-GENTLE IEN.S....
aj;; Northern Summer Resort
(wbicllis, eminently successful and pop- -HI GRAND FALL OPENING Fall- Dress ''Goods, FALL CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods
ular) "i hes o lease a well furnished
Hotel ia the South, or would accept a posi- ". -,- SILKS CASHMERES, Men's, Boys',Youth's.
ha\ie considerable influence. -OF- Brocades, Velvets in all the
tion :inq Alpacas ,
An line. Also the
elegant .
Don't 7ant a house of over 75 to 100 rooms.
B t-of references given and required. Velveteens, etc. ,Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.

Addret'at once llIBSS 'Goo Silks CushrnBIBS
I WILLIAM; H. BRIGHTON. s Great Bargains A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for
J 455 State St., Albany, I IN
:'BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassimeres, :BROWNING, ma & CO.,
TiUS'Y FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. Linen Towels,Toweling, BOOTS, SHOES, of New York,
c Sev.c'nth-St.| ,.near Egmont Hotel, .i
:And all House-Keeping Dry. LEADING CLOTHIERS. +

, it BLANKETS I AND I I Fit Guaranteed.
( Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,withor Mattings. Rugs, Oil Cloths,
A large line of
without bo&,rd. Table Boarders will be 1
Fancy Goods and Notions
accomCsodatedj, also transient. ( ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) .J33Underwear,*- SPECIAL ORDERS
2! v JIi* LUCY O. THOMPSON. Hosiery and Gloves,
M :1FOR from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in New York

; RENT- Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. BY OCR RESIDENT BUYER.

Jj ;with extensive yard-room and gardens A COMPLETE STOCK OF -. db T.' : :
attach ld, ,on Alachua street; suitable for a ,, J E-DD
large roily or boarding-house. Possessioncan i ; Northeast corner Centre and Third i iJEijNEW .
be,iven about August 1st. Gents' Furnishing <<;Goods ,

For 4rms, etc., YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. }- FERNANDINA, FLA. 2
; -or -
Fern ndina,,May 2, 188-1. FALL CLOTHING,

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KlSBAZAE a =::3S0LD AT IMMENSE BARG lNSE *=4_ F. .2 -j I I

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Hood Skirts and Ladies' Underwear WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.. 'I
Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the .I
++ -+ (I II Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- i

SUMMER GAMES. chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low
i : ,f, ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK ;
1 J I AFTERNOON, on arrival,of afternoon trains from Jacksonville ,
\ : : i Cedar Key,and Peninsular Railroad. ,
\ Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, FIGURES THAT WILL 'DEFY"COMPETITION."VVe This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New I
.. have endeavored to select the The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons. for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. '
Latest and Most Stylish be Found JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT I
and all :we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the I .
Cor.Centre and Fourth Sts.,Fernandina. i THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

freight,passage. rates,and schedules, or further information,apply to 'I'It

removed his business to the rooms over Pier 20 East River New York. 51- !:,
the heat York fakery, on Centre street. ";" --- '
He has received mi assortment of seasonable to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC. \j'!'
goods gentlemen's wear, and is prepared ,
tomakelheni up{ to suit all tastes in the 'LAi r I

beststyl.1.%&*Repairing.neatly done. MODE BROTHERSIN H. E. DOTTERER !

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the Post-Office,
where they pr6ose first-class .
to do work, I
having soured: the services of :MR. CHAS. Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths. .i I
llEWAAf4! !wel[khown: as a superior Artist FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES..i
In Portratit
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Patronrespectfully solicited.
also promptly attended: to.

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f'G.GE NlIt.At,,) DIRECTORY.. BAKER COUNTY. I Assesstor of lares=J. Matthews.. LIBERTY. II 01 F.S. '

;,'". &, :;: County Judge-R.:D. Davis, Sanderson.. Collecor of llete1LtreV. F. Trantham, County Judge-M. J. Sol onions. County Judge A. H. Brownell
#h United' States Officers.. Clerk-F. J., Pons,"Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-W. W. Jeter.. Clerk -T. H. Pitman

; I i XD OFFICE,'GAINESVILLE. SJieriff \J. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools. -M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
Assessor of Taxes-A.. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy.. -4 ; Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
A. Barnes Gainesville.ReceiverJohn
ir,i terf-'L. ,
: Gainesville. derson. MoifBOE1 COUNTY. Collector of Ret.'enue-Thos. P. Shul r. Collector of Re'L'cnue-"ilIiam Tucker.
F. Rollins
: :Martin Talla-. Collector of Retenu.e-J.R..Herndon", San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. "Assessorof Taxes" m. E. Shuler. Assessor of Tuxes-J. J. Newton.
SLrveyor-fiencral-Malachi ,
derson. Schools .T.-H.Jackson. Superintendent of Schools
ha. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Superintendent of -Whitnell Curry,
,cc. :I. DISTRICT COURT. r Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A..De l1erritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. WASHINGTON.
A. Sanderson. Assessor of Taxe.s.'Yalter C. MalOne Jr., ,
Judge-X. C. Shackelford. County Judge-Wm. B. Jone
County .
J, ,-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. _
? Clerk-F. E. de ]la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
-CrierPh rrshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. ,County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of. Ret'enue-\I. S. Moreno, Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff* P. \Ielvil1.
ilip Walter, Jacksonville. West. ,
Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key
Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
,, ,
fl !I I "TER REVENUE.' .Sheriff W. W. Tumblin. Starke. Superintendent of Schools--J. V.Harris,Key Collector of Revenue-Manuel.Palme's., Collector of Ret'e1LUe-Jobn Roche.

t -Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. ; Assessor of Taxes-George.Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.

OT COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D.'H. Horn
Collector of e1utnullberIj. Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. ,Baker, Fernan-
W;.Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

l3dvin-Ittggins| ; Jacksonville. of Scfiools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.
;John, ) F.. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

jf. 1 f: BREV AIm COUNTY. Assessor of Tares-Win. H. Garland, Fer- S1uriff--J. W. Campbell. S/ien/F-Joseph/ S. Stone.

44k |;H 11H j State Officers. County Judge-James A.IcCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-Rerenue'V.James S. Bowers.B. McLeod. Collector Treasurer-J.Eet't'11te-Jocl P. Richards.
,+ Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of of P. Atkins
Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.
: J .EXECUTIVE\ DEPARTMENT. Sheriff-John H.-Laws,, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools-W. G. COx\\eTl.

."Got mor--'Vm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of,Taxes Wallace R.'Moses, Geor- botham, Callahan. .
Liei ite; &ojU-oi>ernor Livingston W. Bethel gianna. County Treasuree'Gustav Stark, Fernandina. -

Key West. Collector of Revenue-D.,Yo l\IcQuaig.-Bre- TIHIIE OIEIIliIEIBIR.A.TIEmWOOTON
Secretaruof] State-John L. Crawford, Tal- vard County. ORANGE COUNTY. '

latias- ee. / Superintendent of Schools M. E., English, County Judge-J.'M.:' Beggs, Orlando.
,PUI ptrp?t er-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.Tre Titusville. DESKS.
'lerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando.
..:-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee.
1 CLAY COUNT Sheriff ThomasTWi, Shine, Orlando.
fa rlLelJGeneral-George P. Raney, Talla-
hJse. ;:: County Judge-J.- T. Copeland,. Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
'.Cinninisdoner; of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector. ,
Tallahassee.Superintendent, : Clerk-J. T. Weston' Green Cove Spring. of R i'enuef. Hyer, Sanford. __
of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James, DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
Ftst Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, t EVERYBODY
Ad afar -General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid.
.., Collector of Revenue 'A.. S.Chalker.' PUTNAM COUNTY.
BUREAU Superintendent Schools-R. 'Wv. Davis, Judge of Probate-1L-Harrison Palatka.
Co> i,,)nisioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Middleburg. fJ/erk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka. :

+' COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. :
.*Clcrk-: C. Long, Tallahassee. County Judge-W.: M.; Ives; Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods. i

tS/n'od; :Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'e1Ule-Joscph Price. 8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of ordinary

Building i ;..J;|Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. ,Perry,. Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. construction when slight
.*: 'i ,j!tj SUPREME COURT. Assessor of. Taxes-A. D. Brown;Lake City. Strickland. ,

4 Cfe/jirf cfr-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. additional cost you can have

) '1 Associate:; Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H.'Parker, Perry. = the benefit of our improvements -
tic. "' ,Lake; City., Sheriff Green Weaver, Perry. = ? Awkward closets and
T..iswcioft Justice: R.:B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. --T:: side drawers done with

Jacksonville. County Judge-William ,&. ,McLean. ,Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, We away
JjJZrrJt=h'< '3. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. ', ; 1; G .. revolving cases,
.. i r'r CIRCUIT JUDGES. 'Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. County.Treasurer=:Di S. Sutton, Perry. -- w ip "; which swing with a sljg'httouch

j:;'. F/rsi I ,;.,'1 rcuit--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Surveyor D. N. Cox,.Perry. y e of the hand.and are
t aco a. i i'!., Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. 'Smith, Jack- Collectorof Ret'enue-J. B..Hardee: Perry. -r ,,,, "' = ';i thus enabled to furnish double
: Srnti David Walker,Taljahas- sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R.L. Henderson.ST. '
j SeWf { the space generally given on
Collector of RCtenue-Moscs J. Brown, .. 6,
tree ,;. JOHN'S.COUNTY. I I
--------- each side and when
Jacksonville. -- --= ; cases are
;3';: ,F T Jaircuit-James irrI.Circuit-E. J. Vann M. ,Baker'Madison, Jackson- Superintendent ,of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine.County Judge-M. ,R., Cooper, St. Augus V ua IUD 'III'T' = open, the whole interior is

gill i s"| sell Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolq F. Oliveros, ,St. Augustine.SheriffRamon flooded with light and all

i ;,-F /*1d'w'ircuit-Thomas{ :; P, ''King, Gaines- HAMILTON' COUNTY.1 Hernandez, St: Augustine No. 14 LowDown Roll Top. portions readily reached with

:Yi11q. !.v County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, 'JaSper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. selection and
Mitchell out change of position. A variety of rotary cases: are offered for applied to-
I L. Tampa. : Caldwell
Birth FJrcuit--II.: Clerk-J. M. Jasper. Augustine. ,
'-I Sei'cniia'. Circuit Vf.. Archer,Cock' ..Sanford Sheriff-Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F.' Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.Cabinet .

.,. *!;t.1 I /Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.
:; n; Court Calendar Collector of Rtt'en'lie-'V., H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THE -W-OOTON
2!' I Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine., __
i 1.1: FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
:Fat Tea &- Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. Office Secretary.
: S nl4;tlosa, 2d :Monday in October. HEBNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, ,
: Waltpn, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. .I'I .1r w
i after 4th Monday County, Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- J. S.
; Holnies, 2d Wednesday: Sheriff:- Dyches, Leesburg.
in bct4tier.r ville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. j
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The most and desk ever -
Brooksville. spacious presented
Clerk-J. C. Law,
2d after4th Mondayin Collector
1 Monday
Washington, of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson,
i ': 9c 1>er. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville.. t E'&aai to the business public. One hundred and

.|l JackSOn, 3d Monday er 4th :Monday in Assessor'of laxes-R. J. Bradley', Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. ,H. Helven- ten compartments pts shown in cut, all under

;''October; ville. ston, Sumterville... ..,"... one lock and'key. specially: adapted for Merchants -
Collector of Revenue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks- 'It
i in December. .
: Escaftibia, 1st Monday i : u 'a Railroad Officials
SUWANEE'COUNTY. Manufacturers Bankers -
ville. ,
i; Thisfact amended section 2 of act of Feb-

JtSpring-Term.]rtiary JIO 1879, and does not change the Fort Superintendent Dade. of Schools-A.31. C. Russell, Oak.County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live 4 w n L r< r and Professional Men generally.

:. : i THIRD,CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.County Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. canS- !
Sheriff-John R. Sessions,-Live Oak.
] Term-
Spring H. L. Crane
Judge- Tampa.
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. Wootou Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions
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: April.! Isaac Craft
Sheriff-D. Tampa.
? Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa.Collector Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.-
Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
Hamilton 4th Monday in April.
r: of Revenue-Warren, A. Givens, Live Oak. :
f; Suwiinee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.
t' in 'April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson VCLUSIA COUNTY.
JColumbia!i 3d :Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa. County Judge-James-H. Chandler, Enter-

". Lahiyette 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday Clerk-John W. Dickins
: Enterprise.
County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello.
Sheriff W.A. Cone ,
in Enterprise.
!! Ap'ril.if T. B. Simkins Monticello. "
Sheriff ,
,f ; Fall TermTaylor Monticello., Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen .
; .*: '' 1st' Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent Olerk-'V. of ,Schools W. R. Taylor, Cove. s': !<> '" ; .-.: ;;.,'.FS.FZ VJ T TI1\1 RU4r1REftiOI1K
Octo er. Monticello. Collector of RevenueP.. N. Bryan, Glen :
:j i Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Treasurer -W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Cove. ,: / ,1',' f ';>" :1, : I:, .".. .-, ;, ;'
t Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, :
t 1st after 4th Monday Enterprise.
Suwannee, Monday ,
Collector of Retenue-J. H. Tucker Mon
I in October. WAKULiA 'COUNTY.' ;, J. .... .., ;!'
ticello. ,: "' ,,, ,';"W_ .:. '
i Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in I Assessor of Taxes-J. 'P.iGrantham, ,. Wan- County Judge W.: A. Giles, Crawfordville. > .r '(. ry., Q'. i.: -t.,' '-'".'" ;,>,""_*. .-''"
October. *
keenah. Sheriff-Charles Alligood. Crawfordville.
'; ,Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin LAFAYETTE.COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. ; TilE FLORIDA
October. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts
W. J. Dixon New ,
FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge- Troy. Crawfordville.
Term- Sheriff ,
Spriny County Treasurer- W. Walker Craw-
St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin,-New Troy. fordville. ,

Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. Collector of Ret.'entle.-R. C. McMillan,Craw- Vy rU'
Bta'dford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. : Fernandina,
Baker 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw-
1 Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line
Du gal, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA EOSA.
.Fall Term- Old Town. And<< Cedar Key
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.
Clerk R. R. .
New Troy. Shepard.TreasurerRobert ..
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Robinson. -
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
Baker 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge -Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rftcnue-\Y. J. Williams.
I Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.-Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. J |Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large,
rDuval, 1st Tuesday November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of -David Tinner.
number of the most, eligible and desirable
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.. .1! FIFTH CIRCUIT., Superintendent of.Sc1LOolHenIj. POLK.
Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or for
Treasurer J. L. Tallahassee. ,
I Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Demilly Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
i Marion, Monday-ill March. Collector of RCIenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bowen. h
': Putnam, 3d Tuesday. after 4th Monday in hassee. fteantrer}". F. Beville. City or Suburban Residences, ,, .. ,

., Marc i. Assessor of Taxes-G. A.Croome, Tallahassee. Collector RC 'CllUe-J. D. Filles. -/" jt < ": i'i

'i Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in .As,4cssorf Taxes-W. II.Johnson. UPON .EASY .TERMS, ; I I I
}Inrc 1. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools T. R. McCrary. I I

'Abjchua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. :M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to 1J 1 I
March.; Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. DADE. J i

Full 'TermSuihter-* Assessor of Taxes Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Hevser. parties engaged in, manufacturing or indus-
i, 1st Monday in October. Cu71ector.' of Ectmue-H. B.: Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. ,Y'. Faulkner..rlreri&WTiiiM.Mattaur. ... 1 i

)Marion, 3d Monday, in October. Key.. -, 'rial enterprises, who will erect on the property '
Punam., | 3d Tuesday in November." Superintendent of Schooh-J. B. Mcnden- Treasurer. Wm. Ewan. : 1!
'Ley, 4th Tuesday in November.Al hall, Bronson. Collector of elenuc-\Ym. H. Benest. purchased substantial improvements ii i ,
:I (chua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest." ; i, IfE

Novcjnbcr.; County Judge-R. :\Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. for residence, or" in which I to conduct then iI i .
son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Li
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j brtiiig Trm-
[ Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, :Madison. Clerk-Frank \ business. ,; ha1 O.J ,
: Ottinge, 4th Monday in January. T" Philips. : : : i GT :
Clerk-John M. Beprgs, Madison Bltcriff-Andrcw Scott. ; '
Volusia' February. I PpjNSvn:
3d :Monday in ;:
*vard Monday in March. .aBr Superintendent Schools Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Heam. I p EVt. .1.1eJ
Madison. Collector of Revenue-3 u\\n B. Anderson. U oUTOfoRDE
.f.1 ,Dvic, \Iolldayhi April.. ; by exemption for a term of from ,
f. nil Term- : County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. Assessor of Tuxc.'f-'V. B. Wynn.- years l\s NO ECl1 '" -- - tl1t"1ir
Collector of RCt'CllucD. Wadsworth, Superintendent of ScJiools-Samuel J. Erwin. :I }:'.
Or4nge2d in .
Monday August.
Madison. ,taxation, offered by the several cities and ) 7iBr.IDlf.11
Volusia 2d .
Monday September. .V%. FRANKLIN. .
Assessor of Taxes-W.-P. Thompson, Mad- 1 llj J
Br vard 4th September.
I l' Monday towns to J.a
ison. County Judge-Robert G. Baker. ; Apply ,
< Dale, Monday in November. ." MANATEE COUNTY Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W.. LEWIS, i i / 30 UNION SQUARE: r KE WYORK. f
i I Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. {I I r'\flQ t t.AN14.
T. Crawford Manatee. c'\\OAG'o
t j County Officers. County Julge-Z. Treasurer-R. II. Porter. '; s?-Office,,cor.,Beach. & 7th sts. j I pF'MASS' GA
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. ILL.
J ALiCHUA.County Collector of Revennc-George A,..Patton.Assessor .- '. : -, .' / ': ;:5, < BY.JAJIES
j' Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Taxes F. J. ', '... .., ,, ." I FOR SALE
of Egbert. '
1 Jul Junius: C. Gardner GainesXtrk Assessor, of Taxes-" F. Parrish Braden- r ',' ;f)'.- i
,.. j Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. ::.: :' ;L"l':' :5'f. ; I
1 fin town. "- : ..... ': '- '" :McGIFFlNf:
J ( -J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. Collector of R-tt'enuc-\Iarion G. Carlton ; -: : : j9.v -
i GAPSDEN. f i" p J tf : '
:$ ?! SJuri/S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash.' Countg-Judge-J. R. Hams. :, \ .. : .;,. ',::' "K : ,.: :; ,', ;. COXTRXC.TOR AND BUILllEP"

t j..{.i.oIcssor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools' -Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. ': I -P':: i
I---. 1 (!. Pine Level. '' Second and Thifl.FERNANDINA ,
: Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. ., \ ; Alachua Street, between
s j'Collectoref: Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines MARION, CXUNTY. 1j"eamrer-A.. Smith. ,, ,<'-
','. i ville.Superintendent. County Judge Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.' Collector of R 'enlle-n.\I. Morgan. FLA.

', 4 of Schools' W. N. Sheats, :I I I Clerk: -Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Tares-Hamilton McPhanl.: ,,' ,, '" Orders and estimates from a distance 2.3-tf carefully

; (lain'sville. Sheriff B. Crutchfield, Ocala. I Superintendent of Schools-G. E. L. Allison. 'I attended to.1 .

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Traveler's Guide.' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT :

:Passenger Train leaves COUNTY FLORIDA. EST.&:nLIEHED 1875. Leave Cedar Key. A'MPM 7.35 7.30. Leave: Tallahassae.................... ..". 8.00 am

For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and Leave Rosewood.................... 8.07 8.10 Arrive Wakulla-........................... 9.05 am
all points on Transit Road.......10.25 a. Ii). DEXTER HUNTER,. Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.35 8.55 .Arrive St. )Iark's-........................ 9.30 a nv
Forsai'unbah and all points North vs. :Leave Bronson. 9.17 9.55 Leave St. Mark's-........................10.00'a. m

and West................................10.25 a. m. JOHN H. BOY TON, ATTACHMENT, DRUGS and, MEDICINES Leave Archer....................... 9.48 10.30 Arrive Waknlla-...........................10.25 a nl
(connecting at Callahan.) Doing business and under of JohnBoynton's the ) $1, Leave Palmer. 10.49 Arrive Tallahassee....................11.30 a m

For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all style Leave Arredondo............:.....10.18 11.06
Son.SAID .
points on the:Florida Central & Leave Gainesville: .................10.45 11.36 CONNECTIONS.At .
Western Railroad: .....................10.25a.m. DEFENDANT JOHN H. BOYN- HORSEY .& CO. A. M. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
(connecting at Baldwin.) doing business as John Boynton'sSon Arrive Waldo. '12.30 all points North and East; with the Fernan-

Train arrives will hereby take notice of the com- Leave Waldo.*.....:....11.40 2.00 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
Day, mencement of the above entitled suit by ,Leave Thurston..12.03 2.30 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
:Cedar Key, Wildwood, and ml
From 1 the St. Johns
1 PHARMACISTS River, St. Augustine etc.
all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 p.m. Attachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth = P.)I. At Baldwin
Savannah and all points in Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of Leave Starke. 2.47 Florida Transit & Pen-

From the \orth and West................. 4.35 p.m. Nassau Florida; and is notified to appearzplead. Leave Temple's....................12.46 2.57 insular nandina.Division Cedar for Gainesville and all Ocala, Fer-
or demur to the declaration fil atberem Leave Lawtey_. 1.08 3.23 Key, Gulf Ports.
From all nointson..allahassee the, Florida Pensacola.Central and on or before the first Monday in Centre Street.FERNANDINA Leave Highland.,...........,....- 1.33 3.45 At Live Oak, with the Savannah'; Florida

& estern Railroad................ 4.35p.m. :March next or judgment by default will be Leave Maxville..................... 1.49 4.15 &Western Tallahassee Railroad.At with. St. Marks
taken herein on behalf of Dexter Hunter, FLORIDA, Arrive Baldwin ''2.11 4.50 Branch

Xig t Passenger Train leaves I the plaintiff above named.R. Leave Baldwin............ ........ 2.16 5.40 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
For CudarjKey; Wildwood, and all M. DAVIS, constantly on hand a fine assort- Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.34 6.00 urdays.
points on the Transit Road....:.. 5.05 p. m. H. J. BAKER KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- Leave Dutton..?. 2.47 6.15 At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
ForSa\tnnahandal1 points North I Attorneys for Plaintiff. EIGN and DOMESTIC Arrive Callahan. 3.15 6.50 cola & Atlantic Railroad for :Marianna. Pen-

and West................................. 5.05 p. ml: Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 28, 18M. 1-3m Leave Callahan.-. 3.22 7.10 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans *
(connecting at Callahan.) Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.10 8.06 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest

For Tallahassee Pensacola,and all In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Drugs and Chemicals. Arrive Fernandiaa-..;...-......... 4.35 8.40 I I and Northwest, and with all boats for Apa-
points on the Florida Central & lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula.

W &tern Railroad: ................... 5.05p.m. Circuit, in and for the Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines jidf-Day,Passenger.daily except. Sunday; The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
(connecting at Baldwin.) < County of Nassau Florida Night.Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. all points West.Through .
.. '
Passenger Train arrivesFrom Proprietary and Fancy Goods Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths-
yigfit Josiah H. ,
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Ccdar Key, Wildwood and vs. 1[ notice of DIVISION.., secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office

all tioints on the Transit Road... 8.40 a. m. John. H. Boynton doing bust}t Attachment. FINE TOILET' ARTICLES, (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUKG.. )' and and Hogan at new, Jacksonville office southwest, Fla.corner of Bay
Savannah and all in
From points iness under the name and I[f Amount GOING SOUTH._
tlie,!\'orth and West................. 8.40 a; m. style of John Boynton's I Sworn to Day Pas. Nt Pas. Gen'l A. O. MAcDONELL, '.
J PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC. Ticket and Pass.Agent,
From'Tensacola Tallahassee, and Son. j ,$1,000. P.M. A.M. 1
all toints on Florida Central & Leave ,V' Fla.
3.08 12.40
\Ve Bern Railroad..................... 8.40a.m. THE,)'above, of named the City defendant of New York John, do-H. IN GREAT VARIETY.: Leave.Dixie....................;...... 3.27 1.10 Master C."t'of. MAXWELL Transportation, I

business under the and of Leave Hawthorne... 3.42 1.33 I
FEltXNDI A &; JACKSONVILLE R. R. ing name style Baldwin, Fla.
John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to Leave Lochlopsa. 4.00 2.03 D. E. MAXWELL
Train laves daily, except SundayFor ,'. Physicians' Prescriptions Leave Orange Lake.-..'... 4.22 2.33 #I
: Jacksonville........................10.45 a. m. enter his appearance in and to the above en- Leave General Superintendent.. !
titled attachment suit commenced against Sparr's................:.;..,. 4.36 2.52 Fernandina Fla.
Train( arrives daily, except Sunday him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott, I carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51. 3.08 I

From Jacksonville...................... 4.15 p. m. Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in reasonable prices. Leave Silver Spring...:.:.......: 5.25 3.35 I
SnndwonlgFor January 1885 and to plead or demur to thedeclaration Leave Ocala..'...- 5:45: 4.00 Savannah, Florida and Western
Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a. m.. I.. filed therein on or before the In the 'Leave Lake Weir Station...:..: 6.25 4.50
For Jacksonville'........................ 4.30 p. In. first Monday in February, 1885, or judgmentwill Court Fourth Ju- Arrive Oxford.......:................ 6,42 5.09 RAILWAY. I IWAYCROSSSHORT

From Jacksonville.....................10.35 a. m. be entered against him by default.H. dicial Circuit, Nassau County, Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 LINE.'J'J ,

From Jacksonville. ..................... 8.40 p. ni. J. BAKER Florida. Arrive Leesburg. 7.33 6.10

SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Attorney for Plaintiff above suit.J. JANE M. MOORE, GOING NORTH. All trains of this road are run by Central ,1

From::Sdvannah,Steamer St.Nicholas A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. vF. }[ DIVORCE. A.M. P.M.: ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes I Ii
and Fernandina; Fla., September 6; 18843mIn BERNIAH MOORE. J Leave Leesburg......;. 6.50 6.00 slower than Jacksonville time. ;
Sunday Thursday. I Leave Wildwood.... ........?,.-... 7.22 '7.00 .
For ?:a\!nnal1.. Steamer St. Nicholas APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVITfiled "I--- II
Leave Oxford.'.:..J.....
Circuit Court Fourth Judicial 7.33 7.17 and after Sunday November 2 1884 ;
and that Berniah Moore the defendant ,
Monday Friday. ON 1
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 i
I Trains will leave and arrive
resides beyond the-Jiciits of the State
: : MALLORY LINE. : -:' Circuit Nassau County, Fla. of Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.42 as follows: ;
Florida that cannot be i
: Lettie Millervs. so ordinary process Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47
served him fJnow. therefore it is
steam-hi 1 Notice of upon' had or- Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.i:
? dered that hearing be the facts ,
San aVntonio: Thursday evening 7.00 p.m. John H. Boynton, doing bus attachment.Amount charged in a complainant's bill upon of complaint, Leave Sparr's......................... '9.25 9.45 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:40 a m .I!f
: of Leave Lake................. 9.40 10.08
From New; York direct by City iness under the name and filed in above stated cause, on the first :Monday Orange Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm j
Sail! Antonio and State of Texas, style of John Boynton's sworn to$400 in October next.' Leave Lochloosa10.02 10.45 Arrive at Callaahn daily! at............ 8:20 a m J i

everyFriday.......................... 3.00p.m. Son. JAMES M.,BAKER, Judge. Leave Hawthorne.10.23 11.15 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m t '

BiLTIMOHK & FLORIDA STEMSIIIP LINE. above named defendant, John H. June 20th, 1884. 31-3m Leave 11.35A. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 pm.f
THE doing .)f. Arrive at Bainbridge at........ 3:30
Jut of the City of New York daily m
For from'Baltimore by steam- p
> of Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Chattahoochee .. 3:52
and at.
ship Jesse: II. Freeman,every ten business under the name style daily p m
day* nt. high water. John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to SEA ISLAND ROUTE. .Jjili'-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 pm.I

enter his appearance in and to the above Night Passenger daily. Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m
BOSTON & FERNANDINA STEAMSHIP LINE. entitled attachment suit commenced against Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m I

For Boston, by steamship Lorenzo him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before GEORGIA AND FLORIDA F. & J. SHORT LINE ,DIVISION. Arrive at Savannah daily a"t........ 1:30 p m
I). JJakcr air the Vidette, every the first Monday in January, 1885, and to Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m I
Wednesday, at high water. plead or demur to the declaration filed in Inland Steamboat Co. (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) I
Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
Front Boston every Monday, by said before the first Monday in GOING SOUTH.
on of:the'same steamers. cause on or Leave Fernandina.:...................10.45 a. m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa::
default will
? 1885 by
ClJA 1} EBTcN &; FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. be entered against you.H. NO HEAT-NO! DUST Arrive Jacksonville............. .....12.30 a.m. Mississippi points. Possengers .for Bruns-
For f harlestlm, by steamship City BAKER '-BUT- wick take this train, arriving'at Brunswick I
for Plaintiff in above suit.J. GOING NORTH. If
Froia of llonticello Charleston, every by sane Wednesday.steamer A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque Leave Jacksonville...................... 2.30p.m. via, B. & W. R. R. at 12.45 p. m. I i t
.j Leave Hart's Road.................. : '3.05 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this i
every )!onday.:.... ] ............2.00 a. m. ..Fernandina,.Fla., September 6.,1884. ; p.m. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola Mobile .
r. Sea.Islands. ,
; Arrive Fernandina.....;....:. .4.15p.m.
For Charleston, by steamship City and New Orleans.
I 2&5 Trains daily except Sunday.
of: l'antktc'ery Sunday. Sheriff's Sale. r --
Frorti Charleston! by same steamer SUNDAY EXCURSION. ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS. '
; every Thursday....................4.00 a. m. TTNDER U and by virtue of an execution A.M. P. M. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:25 p m
ST. MARYS RIVER. issued out of the Circuit Court, Fourth -- Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.40 I Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:30 p m
Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau
Sf.ta.nier Martha leaves Centre County, STEAMER Arrive Fernandina.10.35 8.04 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:04 p in
street dock- in a suit in sait Court determined wherein
Leave Fernandina. 7.00 4.30
Arrive at Waycross at3:50
For St. Marys and Crandall, Tues- Theo. Starbuck is plaintiff and Henry Ho- Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.00 daily p m
Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 m I
dry: and Friday....................... 3.00 p.m. bein defendant, have levied upon and will p
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 m
For'St. and p
Marys Dungeness, on sell at public auction in front of the Court- I
Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p. m. house in the ciiy of Fernandina, on Monday CONNECTIONS.AT Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sn'j
For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, the 1st day of December 1884, during the vannah. This train stops at all local ( .

Monday and Thursday........... 8.00a.m. legal hours of sale the south half of Lot 3 FERNANDINA, FLA., tions between Jacksonville and sta'I';'I'

Sterner Martha arrives- of the south-west quarter of section twenty- With New York and Fernandina Steam- FAST :MAIL. ,

: From Sty, Marys and Crandall on four ((24)), Township two ((2)), North, Range ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 2:30 p m
Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. I, twenty-eight ((28)) East containing twenty- ST. NICHOLAS for New York on Thursday. Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m I

j Froih St. Marys and Dungeness, eight acres more or less. Levied upon as the FERNANDINA EVERY MON- With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 3:10 p m III

Wednesday: and Saturday..... 9.00 a. m. property of Henry Hobein. LEAVES Friday mornings. nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive Waycross daily at.......... 5:05: p m

From:St JM&ry's and King's Ferry, Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. Returning, leaves' SAVANNAH foot of CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 6:35 p m
Tifeday and Friday................. 2.00 p.m. J. A. ELLERMANN Sheriff. Lincoln street Sunday and Thursday and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
Fernandina, Fla., October 30th, 1884-td every I Arrive at Charleston at......... 1:45
.:-- mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. and all points North and West, daily.AT daily a m
i: Ifyst-Office Notice. BALDWIN, FLA., Arrive Washington,D.b., daily...11:00 p m
: Arrive at New York at........ 6:40
For Regular and Special Excursion Tickets To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, daily a m it
0tcebtiX-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M.
Pullman Palace Buffet and Cargo
Sunday hours 10:30 to 11:30 and all points South, West, and Northwest, Sleeping
A. M
A. M. PATENTSMUNN -':'Tol Jacksonville to New York without change.
MgncyOr'ders} :, and Registered Letters from daily.
8:00 \., M. tai. 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M & CO.,of Poiiits in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, AT HAWTHORNE, JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. i
to 3:50(t.;P.I!M; tinue to act as Solicitors the SCIENTIFIC for Patents AMERICAN, Cavcat.t.Trad8 con. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:00 pm'
' Marks. Copyrights, for the United States t anada. apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:50 am'
: AKHtVAL ;'AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Patents England,sent I P\pn years'
ZVgtyif&}Peninsular Railroad- Patents obtained throuehMUNN&CO.experience.are noticed Brunswick passengers either way will be and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive Waycross daily at..........10:05 p m
Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:45 p. M.Ilr'tigs In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest best,and transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:55 p m
from the North the most widely circulated scientific paper. f3.20:! year. Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
Jra&ils Weekly. Splendid engravings and Interesting In- Line for Arrive at Macon daily! at.............. 7:50 a 111
Gulf coast(, Transit and Peninsula formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific A mer- will be at risk of consignee.F. With Morgan's Steamships Key Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............11:59 a m
railroads. lean sent free. Address MUNN&CO. SCIENTIFIC W. SIMMONS, Agent, West and Havana every Saturday; for New
Pullman Hotel and
Cars via
AMERICAN Once 261 Broadway, New Tork.: Orleans Friday from Key West and Sleeping ,
Clos ws daily except Sunday.10:00 A. M. Fernandina, Fla.C. every ; Waycross and Pullman Palace Sleeping
Takes mails:: for the North, the WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, Havana every Friday; from New Orleans Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
obtained for
Gi cojasi Transit and Peninsular PATENTS new inventionsor Savannah, Ga. every Saturday.
| Connections at Atlanta with Western and 11
for improvements in old Steamers
With Tampa Steamship Company's -
J. N. HARRIMAN Manager.
Atlantic and East Tennessee and
:' ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand for and from Key West, Monday and Virginia
; arrives daily.. 8:40: A. M. Railroads for all West and
Georgia points "
Bi-jugs Western( mail only. all patent business promptly attendedto. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Northwest.
l\tn may most cases, be pat- For information respecting routes rates, ,
i ,except Sunday......... 4:15: A. M. ented by: us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- CARD etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- I Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:50 p m ||
Brings jth.j Jacksonville and St.John's ent Office, and engaged PATENT BUSI- dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 6:15 a in j
!Ir&er mails. NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- OF THE sonville. Arrive at Callahan dai.1yat......-... !9:35 p m I I

Closes dall 'except Sunday..........10:30 A. M. ents in less time than those who are remote FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION (MPANY. Arrive at Waycross daily at..........11:40 p m sj I

Takes theJacksonville,St.J olm's Washington.When FLORAL 'CITY ROUTE. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m I
''I ttSyerani}'Northern mails. Inventors send model or sketch, In Effect July 13th, 1884. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50pm I

B.w1 t :: tAxullJacleonvllandSt.John's l River, advise as to its patentability free of charge, TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:00 a m I
Correspondence confidential fees (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) ..............10:30
I arrives....'.. : A. M. ; reason- (FEBNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) Arrive at Albany daily at a m
NoriJiCTniRail arrives.................. 9:00 p. M. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT- WESTWARD.No. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m
Ninetieth Meridian Time.) No. 3.
Jacksonville: ? St. John's River and ENT IS OBTAINED.We (Centrals, or Arrive at Jesup daily at............_.. 3:42 a m
refer by permission to the City Post- GOING Accom. Mail. Arrive'at Brunswick daily at...... 6:15 a m
tIe Nortlj closes....................... 6:00 SOUTH.Day ...... 6.30 -
) : A. M. master, and to the Superintendent of the Pas. Nt Pas. Leave Jacksonville. 7.35 a m p m Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m
JacUsuivjillQ and St. John's River Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash A.M. P.M. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.16am 7.40pm Arrive at Charleston: daily at..12:40. p m

on ,;:CJOEes| 4:00 p. M. ington. For'special references,circular,ser- Leave Fernandina..................10.25 5.05 Leave Baldwin............ 8.18 am 8.50 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
; j.1 SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. vice, terms, etc., addressC. Leave Hart'a Road Junction..l0.50 5.40 Lake City......... 9.48am .11.14pm to Louisville via Thomasville. .
+ LiveOak............10.37am 1.10pm
-, ; A. SNOW & CO., Arrive Callaban..ll.15. 6.10 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack-
l' I II Opp. Patent Office Washington D'C. 2 Leave Callahau......................11.22 6.40 Madison...........12.12pm 3.40am sonville to Washington, D. C Pullman
TAIWARD{ ) BIOGRAPHIES. | Jus tLAINE Leave Dutton.................. ....12.18 7.15 Monticello......... ,3.10pm 6.50am Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan-
S P.M. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.36pm 8.10am nah. Connections at Montgomery with
AND LOGAN. I Rea d y. CURTIS fc CO. Leave Brandy Branch12.32 8.07 Leave.Tallahassee.......- 2.40 p m 8.50 a m Louisville and Nashville Railroad for New

271 ItTclbciavopages( ; 67 full-page Illustrations Arrive Baldwin....................12.50 8.40 Quincy............. 3.43 p m 10.50 am Orleans and Texas points and the West and
Tr4 : REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Leave Baldwin_....................12.55 9.15 Arrive Chatta. River... 4.50 p m 12.50 a m Northwest. At Savannah with Central

>El :CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. Leave Maxville..................... .1.17 9.45 Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
; 1 Dial ocUvo pages; 35 full-page Illustrations. Leave Highland..................... 1.35 10.06 EASTWARD.No.. No. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -

ll,'t+t, : ever Offered to Agents. Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges .Leave Lawtey_.....................- 1.49 10.24 Accom. Mail. for all points North, with steamships
I 2t jerms effected. Leave Temple's...................... 2.05 10.49 Leave Chatt'cbee River.10.45 a m 2.00 p m for New York, Philadelphia, Boston and
;, rOut:; Idfey t: FR1=E,H.and S.ALL GOODSPEED FREIGHT PAID.& CO.,. Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 Leave Starke......................... 2.30 10.57 Quincy -...........12.10 a m 3.43 p ra Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor

48 ': j I' NEW YORK or CHICAGO. acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 Leave Thurston_.........:..,....._ 2.42 11.16 Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.20 pm 5.15 pm New York. Philadelphia Baltimore.
"' \ and Mortgage Deeds. acres, for sale. Arrive Waldo....................... 2.02 11.46A. Leave Tallahassee ....:..1.27 p ra 5.50 p ra Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail i
ikkra4ity N. B.St.. Mary's having ,been selectedas .Y. Monticello-........12.45pm 8.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage j

Ll I1.San> .APER-OO CTS. PER DOZEN. the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi Leave Waldo........................ 3.09 1.15 Madison ............ 4.10pm 10.35pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
;: SatAddress upon receipt of 2centstamp. Canal (under the survey made for Govern- Leave Gainesville.....:............. 3.48 2.20 Live Oak..._...... 5.31pm 12.55am, and sections secured at Company's office in

ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Leave Arredondo................... 4.09 2.46 Lake City......... 6.26 p m 2.55 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot -
:: 1 FLORIDA MIRROR, construction of which having been granted :Leave Palmer......................... 4.21 2.55 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.53 pm 5.40 am Ticket Office, and on board People's
2ff :t Fernandina, Fla. by the United States Government and the Leave Archer..:..................... 4.36. 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 7.56 p m 6.10 a m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand

A Great Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large Leave Bronson..................... 5.05 4.15 ArriveJacksonville....... 8.37 pm JENNIE LANE.
i Reduction increase in the value of adjacent lands may Leave Otter Creek..............;.. 5.42 5.05 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR, .
In Dress and House-Furnishing Goods, be confidently looked for." (See New York Leave Rosewood...........;........6.15 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but .General Passenger Agent.A. .

: AT PAUL FUNKE'S. Sun, 27-3-83.) Arrive Cedar Key................. 6.45 6.35 will run Mondays. 31. IVES, A 'ent. '.
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THI!,FLORIDA MIRROR. Election of Officers.At stoppers for the use of the chemical fire en- Sale of Railroad Lands.ON .:. :../t.7'.1. : .>:" :"" .: -
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i : the last regular meeting of Amelia gine. '. '\''". i '> .' .' .

Lodge No. 27 F. &: A.D1., the following offi- Council then burned in open meeting the .
,.ll.Of, A ;\YEAR; $1.00:FOR SIX MONTHS
cers were elected for the ensuing year: !, following,cancelled indebtedness: NOVEMBER 26th, 1884, ,, ,,

: t Fred W. Hoyt, W. Master. Scrip: ..................................-..,...... $1,469.54

jT-; !;. Reflections, James :McGiffin, Senior, Warden. .. I.. Bonds:, ;, ,....................... 288.00 ALL 'LANDS, INCLUDING THOSE

MSS: Y. B. C. Duryee returned last night John S. Lee. Junior Warden.' $1,758.54 by the State and belonging to Two :Millionsof

froni, .,
'Messrs. J..& T. Kydd are receiving weeklyby I Charles H.Berg, Secretary. .
sties ncr, from New York, large count : In Brooklyn, New York, on Saturday (formerly the Atlantic, Gulf&: West India, acres of Farming, Orange,
Fire on Amelia Beach evening, November 29th, after a short illness Transit Railroad Company), will be offeredfor Timber and
signtie! !) of seasonable goods for the holi- Grazing Lands
The,popular restaurant on Amelia Beach, Mr. George R: Henderson, brother of sale. ,
days. This sale will lands far south and situated in
known as "The Idle Hour" was destroyedby R. M. Henderson, of this city, aged 41 including the last cover tier of Sections as in Town-. 29 counties, and

Tlic steamship State of Texas, of the Mal- fire on Saturday afternoon last, at about years and 7 months., ship 25.The comprising the lands bought

lory, |ji ie, arrived here Tuesday morning 4:30 o'clock. Mrs. Sweeney, who owned the Office for the sale of the lands above by Sir Edward J. Reed from
with a !i ull complement of and a Range of Thermometer referred to will be located in a Car on a side ,
passengers absent the time. The fire
lieavjj premises, was 'at Foa THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY DECEaoRSEY's 5, track of the Railroad, twelve miles south of the State of Florida in 1881
I,reight. is,supposed to bacaught from a defective 1884,AT DRUG to T9RE.I Panasoffkee.The ,

Tho liolidays are approaching, and Fred chimney. Nothing whatever was saved. I 7 A. r. 12 M. 3 P.X. 6 P.X. WIND sale will continue for. TEN DAYS, are now offered at graded
Saturday, Nov.29..56 68 70 68 N. E. commencing on the day named; after which; These lands
W. & Co. of :Mrs. had about insurance prices.
IJoyt are receiving quantities Sweeney $1,000 on. l Sunday, 30..52 60 60 58 N. E. commencing on the 8th day of December, were selected -
seasonable groceries, confectioneries, etc. the building and its contents, which will i Monday, ,Dec. 1......49 59 59 56 N.,\V. Hon. A.
4 'Tuesday ,2.... .42 54 54 50 N..W.Wednesday the sale will be resumed by the Company at by Hugh Cor-
Examine their stock. It only partially cover her:loss. ," 3..48 60 60 55 N. W. its Office, late Commissioner
..... ley, of the
'The Fernandina Mirror enters its seventh" Thursday, 4 .48 62 62 59 N. E.
volume, ayd was never more handsomely The Fernandina Debating Club. Friday, 5..49 60 60 58 N. E\ No. 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville. State Land Office, and 1\Ir.

pointed ndr better filled with interesting The second meeting of the. Fernandina MARINE. All communications in relation to sales M. A. Williams, late agent;for

reading\ Debating Club, was. held, on' Wednesday should addressed to .
,. .. uizftter.: Tallahassee Floridian. Port oj JJernandina. sale of State lands, which fact
evening, the 3d inst. The inaugural ad- S. I. "v AILES.
.Tlie; steam HIGH WATER.
yacht!: Leila arrived here Thurs- is a of their
dress was delivered by Mr. J. A Brooks. M.. Land Commissioner guaranty high
last with Saturday,December 6 : .10:56 A. M. 11:18 p. ,
day evening from Bangor, Me., Sunday, 7..11:43.. 0:00" 51 '. JACKSONVILLE FLA. The
Although it was made impromptu, the quality. purchase knownas
Barber ...... /
her ,.owner Captain and family. Monday, 8 0:13 0:08
chairman not being elected until the open- Tuesday, 9...... 1:11" 1:35 "' the Reed Purchase
yacht'is destined for the St. Johns was
The; only
i Wednesday; 10.:.... 2:08" 2:30"
ing of the meeting, the address was a decided -
river. Thursday, 11...... 3:03" 3:26" opened for sale this
' ] success and was received with well Friday, 12...... 3:58" 4:20 year, and
'I Florida's i electoral vote was cast at Tallahassee merited applause, the debate which followed ENTERED. the lands have not been culledor

! on Wednesday. His Excellency, Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, from
was on the subject:, Is tobacco smok picked over. No has
Brunswick daily with freight and pas- -GO TO- part
Governor Bloxham his cabinet and Hon.
ing injurious to the, human body." It was sengers, to F. W. Simmons, agent. been reserved in
Samuel Pasco, Chairman of the State Execu- conducted the sides with Dec. 2-Steamship State 9f Texas,John Risk.for any manner,

tive Committee, witnessed the proceeding.John and in a manner by showing opposing that the membersof spirit, R.New W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers, by and the whole is open for sale.

Roach's steamyacht Yosemite arrivedin the club have considerable ability. Nov. Steamship Charleston City; freight of Palatka and passengers, Vogel, from, to PRESCOTTSESTABLISHED Special prices on large tracts.

port {Wednesday evening. The Yosemite W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Timber lands virgin forests in
Dec. 4-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, ,
has been chartered Mr. of Chicago Suicide.
by Singer, from Charleston and
: freight passengers bodies of and
,'.fona: trip through the West Indies this Fritz O'Connor, a German living on the to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. 50,000 acres up-
Nov. Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina,'from
winter. and to the New Orleans exposition. mainland, some four miles from this city, Savannah; freight and passengers, to HOUSE wards. Lands sold for cash,

harbor animated committed suicide on Friday of last week F. W. Simmons, agent. oron long time.
The| presented an app Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, from Jack-
aranc yesterday. The State of Texas, the by shooting himself through the head. sonville; freight and passengers; to -FORSHOES.-
F. W, Simmons, agent. : : The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.
O'Connor who retired
Florida was a seafaringman
steam-yachts Yosemite and Leila, the Dec Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, from
Si. Xichalas, Thos. Cotiyer, and several other came to Florida some three years ago, Savannah; freight and passengers, to (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

vessels! at anchor in the bay, filled up our r suffering with consumption. He remained '3-Steam-packet F. W. Simmons St.',Nicholas agent. Usina, from

river front.. I, in this city about twelve months, when.he Savannah; freight and passengers, to .
'F. W. Simmons'agent.
Mode ;-Bros, received their first installment returned to New York. During his stay 44 2-Steam-packet Anita, Bravo from Savan-
there his health kept continually failing nah; freight and passengers, to F. W.
of the new goods brought for their Simmons, agent. .
nbw store by Messrs. Joseph and Isaac and some three months since he came backto Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, from
Fernandina onto little farm Savannah; freight and passengers, to
moving a
:Mode, who are now in New York. They F. W. Simmons, agent. I
across the river belonging to Mr. Hobein. 5-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from
promise: in the
eclipse anything dry
: Savannah; freight and passengers, to
The disease however had
already gained
goods line, without exception, in this State. F. W. Simmons, agent.
t too much headway, and it is said that he 4-Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, from Savan-
Mr, TJ; M. Carnegie, the owner of the that his nah; freight and passengers, to F. W. GET OUR PRICESFOR
1 suffered dreadfully. Finding condition Simmons, ,
Dungencss arrived from Pittsburgh agent.
property, was hopeless and the end drawing 3-Schooner Louisa Frazier, Virden, from
oil{ Wednesday last. Mr. Carnegie will Charleston; ballast, to master.
nigh, he determined to end his agony and
make a prolonged stay here at his palatial CLEARED.stcilml'ack -
on Friday last sent his wife, who had been
t Thomas Collyer, Dennette, 'for
residence on the island,now so near comple-
his faithful'; nurse for years, to a spring near Brunswick daily, with freight and
tion.\ Isis steam yacht Jfissoe is expected passengers, by F. W. Simmons, agent.
here the premises, under the pretext of wantingsome Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for
dailr' : Charleston; freight and ,by I
I fresh water. During her absence he passengers

I The following freight was carried by the took a revolver, which had been laying on 3-Steamship W. O. Jeffreys City,of agent.Monticello, McKee,

Wallory fteamship State of Texas on her out- for Charleston;freight and i
a table near his bed, placed the muzzle be- by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. passengers I SASS BLINDS DOORS
ward boind trip: 2,105 boxes of oranges, hind his ear and pulled the trigger, the Dec. Steamship State of Texas, John Risk,

443 balesjcotton, 272 logs cedar, 166, cases ball passing clean through the head and from New York Southwick; freight and passen- ,
gers, to R. W. agent.
cedar: 25& barrels rosin, 32 barrels spiritsturpentine dropping on the pillow. Death ensued Nov. Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, for Savannah \

i 99 cans shrimp, 72 packages almost instantly. ; freight and passengers, by
F. W. Simmons, agent.
inerclian iise. O'Conner during his stay here, was quiet Steam-Packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for
; :The IIJ] "'. Johns Asbestos Paints are the and unobtrusive in his manners and not- F.Savannah W. Simmons; freight, agent.and passengers, by Before Purchasing Elsewhere.A .

t rea y-mixed paints in the market. withstanding his sufferings seemed to appear Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, for Savan-
nah and F. W.
Fret ; freight passengers, by
, W.-Hoyt: & Co are agents in this city quite cheerful. He made many friends Simmons,

t and have just received a large lot in pint, here who regret to heaf of his demise. He Dec. 1-Steam-packet; freight Florida and, Amazeen passengers, for, Savannah by-

t quart, half gallon and gallon cans. It leaves a widow to mourn his loss. His remains F. W. Simmons, agent.
Steam-packet Anita. Bravo, for Savan- LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED.
{r ';The Tampa Guardian says there are nine were buried at Coneville Saturday. nah; freight and passengers, by F. W.

hotels in; :that city. The Palmetto House, Simmons, agent.
Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina?: for
t 1(54( rooms'; the Plant House, 40 rooms; St. United States Court. Savannah; freight and passengers, by
We obtain from the Times-Union of the F. W. Simmons, agent.
t James 40 Collins 21 Baldwin, 16 Craft,
; ; ; 4-Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, for Savan-
2J; Tampa, 15; Orange Grove, 26; Alger, 4th,' the following which is of interest to nah; freight and. passengers, by F. W. FRED W. HOYT & CO.
our city : Simmons, agent! ,,
'This should
i 11. give very good accommodations Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, for Savannah -
1 to; visitors. The case of W.,M. Tunno, et al. vs. E. N.: ; freight:and passengers, by
Dickerson, D. L. Yulee, the Florida Land F. W. Simmons; agent.
r The: tonnage of Fernandina will now com- 11 5-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah '
and Immigration Company]! ,and the Florida ; freight and passengers, by SECOND. .. STREET. ABOVE CENTRE,
wit l port in the State except Pen- I. '
I pare: any Town and F. W. Simmons, agent.
Improvement Company, was 4-SchoonerJ. L. Clark;Cranmer, Philadel-
I s&cola. lethe committee on rivers and harbors -
t next called and at the suggestion of E. M. phia; lumber by C. H. Iluot.
could pay us a visit, they would appreciate Schooner Mattie E. Taber, Lymans: New
J ;the.importance to the commerce and L'Engle, Esq., attorney for the plaintiffs, York; lumber, by R. J. Camp&Son. F'EIt1 T .L :]DI1VA :F'I :L &.
the suit, so far as it applied to these defend-
f. the national defence of our most excellent
Private Board
ants, was dropped. The effect of this is to ,
Y I biarbor. 1 4 The Yosemite, now lying in our remove the cloud upon the title to the At, the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
'waters, cjaft probably enter no other harbor Also furnished rooms to let.
property in Fernandina, Cedar Key, and
Terms reasonable.
ih the State. With a moderate expenditure, .
along the line of. the old Transit Railroad MRS. T. P. G. THOMPSON.

steamships lie at out :wharves.of 3000 tons and upwards could from Fernandina to Cedar Key, but does Fernandina, Fla., December 4,1884.. ... ,.,,_ .. .. .___._..'.. :'''oW. ,{ ,. __.'. ',_..'...' : .. ','", .", ".,.'>.'1' ,,' '..

i not affect that on the property on the line -'. ,
!;:The freight i business over the Florida Rail of ,the road from Waldo to Tampa. The Novelties f ; '
.: In Shawls, Nubias and'Jerseys,
& ISavigation Company's lines at the
way order in regard to the above will be spread .. AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
present time is enormous. Trains of forty upon the order book of the court this morn

cars andjupwards: headed by new'and powerful ing, and appear in the Times-Union in full Potatoes and Apples.

'engines, are not uncommon., The nu- to-morrow. The suit was commenced abouta Just received by Fred W. Hoyt & Co. and BOSTON FERNANDINA I I STEAMSHIP CO. }>

i liierous hiding? at our railroad stations are year ago, and is based upon an issue of must be sold at once:'

lull of i-icoming and outgoing trains, and bonds in 1856, known as the Free-Land] 100 bbls" Potatoes.,

mr' what-t'es' and warehouses are at all times bonds, which created a mortgage upon the i 100 Applesjrcooking, and eating. -

filled whit cotton, naval: stores and, otheroutgoing 1 lands'granted to the Florida Railroad, anda Overcoats'and Winter Clothing: DIRECT FROM

freight. Four steamships, and a portion. of :which still remain unsatisfied.The At cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.

dally: strainer to Savannah are busily eng' -
Call and See the'Great Bargains STEAMERS FERNANDINA.
inj this it in.
ged moving freight comes Council.
City la Blankets, at .* J. & T. KYDD's.Clant .
i..Wementioned in our last issue. that Mr. At the meeting of the City, Council on

Saussy lad brought a fine cluster of oranges Wednesday evening, the following Councilmen Chowder OF THE ABOVE LINE ARE APPOINTED TO SAIL DIRECT AS

from: his* Hillsboro' grove and reported the were present : President G., F. Avery, This evening, at STEAMERS DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER :

cluster ds: ; eighteen, when the fact was that Aldermen Dorsey, Austin, Hoyt and :Mc- ,tf J. FRED LOHllu, 's. .

the cluster; ;embraced twenty-four. We spoke Giffin. Bargains In Dress Goods FROM BOSTON. FROM FERNANDINA.

from the carte, as the former number (eight- The pay roll of the marshal and police for At J. '& ,T. KYDD'S.

ejsn) wag ;visible in the fine photographtikep'bMr. November was audited and ordered paid. Vidette-....................-.Thursday, D ecemb er 4. Jesse. H. Freeman.........__...._...............-....._*
and Comforts
J DeWaal before the cluster was The following resolution, by Alderman Jesse H. Freeman..Saturday, December'13. Vidette...:............_...._Friday December 12.
,Below cost, .., AT ,PAUL FUNKE's.Splentlftl . President-elect Cleveland. Mr.Saussy Hoyt, was adopted: Vidette_......_.............Saturday, December 20. Jesse H. Freeman..._Sunday, December 21.
received,on Monday evening,a courU'oul -, Resolved, That the Finance Committee be Stock' of Fine Clothing
autograph. letter of thanks from Gov- instructed to require the Asseseor file a Just received at J. ,& T KYDD'S. Jesse H. Freeman.....Monday, December 29. Vidette........__........_Sunday, December 28.
I' satisfactory bond within ten days in the
cjrnor Cleveland, acknowledging the receipt sum of fifty dollars, for the faithful performance Notice to Tax Payers.. Bills of Lading issued and through rates given between Boston and all points in
cjf the cluSter, and mentions that"It was a of his and the
duty, return of all city Florida Alabama and
TheTax-Book for 1884 having been placedin Mississippi Louisiana.For .
real curiosity and the fruit was excellent. property placed in his charge by the City hands
receive the
am ready to
fi Council. my now further information, apply to -
I I : State and County taxes for, the present year.
i I; ;1! The Egmont Leased. Alderman Hoyt,introduced an ordinance May be found,office on Second street SEAVERNS & CO., Ag'ts, FRED, .. :W. HOYT- &, CO., Ag'ts

!::)[r-;. George Mellon, of New York, has fixing the rate of taxation for the year 1884, next to Prescott's shoe store, on Wednesdays 93 South':Market Street Boston. '"' Second Street Fernandina.J. .
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leased. the! Egmont Hotel for the season, and which was read the first and ,second: time and Saturdays when not oh a collect- .', ,
will I ing tour in the country. A. STEAD & CO.; Ag'ts, ., A. W. ''PRESTON,
it .and the'rules waived
[ i its passage and adopted. The total rate, as Collector.ofRevenue, for Nassau Co. 49 Jacksonville. .:...: ,' Traveling A ent.
!i : *T. & T. Kydd will be seen from the ordinance publisher Fernandina. Nov..15,1884. :: ) .r'-
Will;ha arrival of New York steamer '
the coming week, a full line of Velvet and elsewhere, is 12i mills. A Great Redaction : : ; < 'j : :
HinyrnajRugs and Mats, aj prices to suit the The Fire Committee was authorized to In Dress and House-Furnishing Goods, < ,; c" ; : : ; F: 1Y':: .

I trade, for I the holidays.. purchased two barrels of glass bottles and ... AT PAUL FUNK f S. -:: .;'.'.r,:.t.;":_..'.'I"'..:.....' :,-.:<';. ',..'iyrtwt'" 'J""' 'J', "",,"..?'.,,.,. ,' H"t'iia- S'; .. --1',,it.,"......0..:"" \\4v.; '."::";:. .,>_,'','.: _;f_ _;',:".:_ ,
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