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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1887
Publication Date: 1878-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
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General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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SPECIAL NOTIGOS.-


VOL. IX. FERNANDINA, FLA,,"iAUGUST 27, 1887. NO.40


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THE CITY AND STATE.


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PERSONAL JOTTINGS.
Mrs. W. B. C. Duryee left for Lake
George, N. Y., via Jacksonville, Wednes-
day morning.
Mrs. T. A. Acosta and daughter have
gone to Fort Valley, Ga., on a visit to
relatives and friends.
Mrs. N. B. Borden and her two chil-
dren, Genevieve and Clinton, were pas-
sengers by the Rio Grande for New York.
Mrs. Borden is expected to be absent
about two months.
Mrs. J. E. Meddaugh, of Fernandina,
Fla., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas. More-
land, whom slte had not seen for twenty-
five years. Mrs. Meddaugh is an aunt of
Mrs. W. J. Bushman, of this city.-Free
Press, Oconomowoc, Wis.
Arrivals at the Egmont this week : W.
S. Sparr, Sparr, Fla.; T. A. Phillips, Jack-
sonville; M. Palmer, Waldo; E. Bur-
rougls, Starke; M. L. Hariridge,-Rev. B.
G. White, Mrs. B. G. White, H. L.
Taylor, Jacksonville; W. C. Myers, J. H.
Quinan, John Morrissey, U S. steamer
Boutwell; H. Strasburg, Geo. Tangreary,
A. P. Murphy, New York City; D. T.
Gerow, W. SWebb, C. E. Taylor, W. M.
Smock, Florida ; Frank W. Page, Roches-
ter, N. Y.; C. G. Hartsock, Lawrence,
Ind.; Jas. Menzes, Ed. Gordon and child,
Miss Jennie Owens, Mrs. J. Burch, Jack-
sonville; W. F. Olds and wife, R. T.
Thomas, Old Town; W. P. Murphy, Or-
lando, Fla.; R. Neddo and wife, Cincin-
nati, 0.; L. A. Rose, Springfield, 0.; Geo.
W. Brock, Florida; Dr. A. R. Petit and
wife, Miss and Master Petit, Brooklyn, N.
Y.; D. Fraser, Decatur, Ga.; W. S. Curby,
Rochester, N. Y.; James C. McKay,
Tampa; I. S. O'Neil, New Hope.

New and Old -Enterprises.
Messrs. -Roux, Martin & Co. are quiet
but earnest workers. They are not men
who talk much about what they are going
to do; but just step out on the railroad,
a short distance from town, and you will
find these pushing, practical men hard at
worlk rushing up the frame of their mill,
putting in place the engines and ma-
chinery, and otherwise getting ready to
start a first-class planing and. house fur-
nishing establishment. THE MIRROR
wishes them every success, and suggests
that those of our citizens who contem-
plate building soon arrange .with them
for their dressed lumber, in order that
the stuff may have time to be prepared
and season well.
Mr. 0. S. Oakes, too, is nervously anx-
ious to start his new planing establish-
ment, near the old cotton press. Mr.
Oakes is a driving man, and those who
know his purposes assure us that in size
ndi >e,.liuii: -n 1Jt his nill \r il ll a; credit
f.,, tln,,. ri-at :'<. u i[1 L., oi"1'.:.! *.t ,, .',"
k'2'riufit and _VJiv i-",_.,nvb'tii:-n,'t- l,','r ]-r:-
. :ariit, ,.tah,,iii i V l4ink llini, L A w 'hilp, '.-'
IiiJ ,,.,lit. \vli t: rt:- ,r th,. ]....:ai t Ia

ur 176.,r -,lipniv:.nt.
It i riI .:r ..l tlh;t tlith Ls .,,uli- M ain -
Ih,:t'I'inT' C,-L:,paiiuy. wh,, are ,ii eting
.W iLlI ii,-i_,t en:.-i,-uiaging ,m in, the
"mu n.1 t,:'at u r- an.1l sale of their "palmetto
ir,-,1" may n,,,ve ,ad construct a new
-';at,,rV near the location selected by
Mr. Oake-, where, water and rail facili-
tie art- ,.iivt-nient. This is an industry
\vlicli t-\\ -f our:. citiz,-n as yet fully
ali:,rei.iatc, l"-,iai,, it has,-thus far, been
m,:,'tly experinnntal, with b~ut ft:.u -hip-
iiit-nt,. It i- zi new article and, although
Of undilubte I merit, it has been hard to
intr,-_iltic,, it in tlhi mark,.t in ,ipp,:,itiii
t,., lhair aiil other r articles that have for
years m,.,nol,,-,lized the trade. Dr. Loo-
mi. reels' greatly un,.,_-.iu'a-',-d by-the large
-,>rilf r- r,.-a,:.liii ni_ im fi'om important ebm-
ri,.-r,:.ial ,'c-.ntrfs. au,1l has determined to
th,<:,r,-,,'lly de:ve>l,,ll the !.u'in-- of mau.,
ufae.itiirinr. thii excellent arti,:l-] of pal-
mett,., til:,l,>--;m art'id'le which, from its
Silperi'.,r <.iualitie:s and low pri,.v-, is des-
tinedi t,, siil:.-rsMie ha, iss. the o~mp','.,?i-
ti,.,ni ,,f pldla t>-r. " + :
Death of Mrs. H. E. Dotterer.
MIr--. H. E. I Iotterer, oflfhis city died in
C'h;arl,:?.-t, ,, S. C., on Saturday, August 20,
aftetir a lpainfiiul iiliini- of,:\,v-ral 'months,
aud was bu-~riI:' .frlomi St. P au, (chui,:.h on
Sunday-afteru,:,o,. Her death is felt by
a'lair.:e nunht,,:r o.f thelp>,,i~le ,:,f Fe~rnan-
*ifn~i;i- a, ifr-lol'_,na },l'e-r;'\t-iiier-ii. FOI
Ihiinv ytears an ezirnlo.t ;>li,.]1';itlijn1 com-
inumi,:ant i.ft St. Pete-r'- >-.hurr, -.li e wa
i~let-nfieti' within >.-vry good work of the
lpari.-.,h and miich ,:fthbat ,:f, _,r ,~-i':s i'inv.ra;


rchai-acter. .She was everyone's. frierd,
an;u in ti,,lie,: of sickness was unm\e-mi-,
in i.arin t'f:r thi-,e %\ h,., n_ e d t, x it, \ tlM -
-,Aut regard l- t vither vimhrch -r -,iON.

-' s ,'<'t:'.mani,-r, unthiiin; Chri atiaiL
I "tlh.:, lhtt'uli>:.fi- deadline' ,_,f I0ulpatliyO
. A dl prlr,,iptllts.. an,.l eI-fi, ie a in .*i -i,.
r ai6 mild,-" ht-, bel,,\td l'y all ,liij.e.. ^I;
. livhf.] noble life in the hi-i.t q-iet iaun
< ,,,,-:l..t way, l,,oking ft',r I l r rewili',' :',11nh
, t" th i .M A .'E t, i l ,r- ni -I0-. .b1. 1v:.
4 .iie.v ,
1 Off for Pablo.
Tlihe F>-roandlina V._liint-,_r-,. hi"t:]
,.,.,mtau't ,.,t" Lielt.itiajt Ie. ,2, ett, h_-ftiff,:,:
- PablM: B,.:-h T.ie-.laty m ,iruin. -' iTt,
a lve've-takin-_ be'%veen tlie '-,ljer l",yr,"
&. their wives, lover-, i-_it,:-|'i, ,-,l.in- an,'
v aunts," wn atfectill.- ill tie ,..xtre,:.
y and when it is ki:v,\wi tliat tli.v b..,y' v,%i
1 not return until Sni.i, h I3,:,r 1.-.,n1la.vY. it i
s no wonder. We ,(L.-n't .,.-e Iiow tlihey ,';a
- stand the long abs,-: ,:0.
n The f,.,ll,:win.6 i thne lit ,.,t' t ;..-f e \%I,
f, went down Tueslay: Li.-Wtenant C_'. 1-1
d Lei,:-tt iu : ,-,a. ,:1 ; Sev'._eait- EBht arl-
n Dozier, LeFils, -':,rp,.'al? Wa.i,,, .tr',-,n
,s Jordan., Privates Alhen. Ban'r, B,.nd'-.
d Borden, Cone, Davi4, Ei,:.linan. Ferr'eira
n Hernandez, Hill, Jerluson, M.CGiffin
n McNeil, Simmons,SchuylerCorp. Steven
I- Crtm> IRn ll.ntine annd Sro'vfeant, Wim


A New CcO-rftHouse-.


Fun and Sport Ahead.
BASE-BALL, REGATTA, BICYCLING, DANCING,
ETC.
The dates for the long-talked-of regatta
and base-ball matches have at last been
settled, and Fernandina now proposes to
show to outsiders what she can provide
in that line.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IST,
the fun will commence with a grand
game of base-ball between the fat" and
"lean nines of thiis city. It is needless
to say that this will be a grand success,
and we are assured that the game will be
played. As to whether the fats will
dress in "Mother Hubbards" or meal
sacks, TtE MIRROR cannot say ; neither
can it say that the leans will dress in
tights," as these minor details have not
been arranged. The following gentle-
men have been named by their friends
as being willing to sacrifice themselves
on this occasion:
Fats "-S. L. Dennette, H. B. Aikens,
J. T. O'Neill, T. B. Livingston, J. D. Pal-
mer, A. W. Lohman, Carl Thied, W. E.
Snyder, Screven Dozier, M. Snetzer.
"Leans"-R. C, Cooley, N. G. Benja-
min, Fred W. Hoyt, W. H. LeFils, F. W.
Simmons, J. Henry Smith, C. H. Leggett,
T. A. Borden, W. P. Street, R. J. Tavel.
Umpire-Colonel J. C. Read.
Game will be called between 3 and 4
p.m.
FRIDAY MORNING,
grand regatta by boats from St. Augus-
tine, Jacksonville and Fernandina-
among them the following: From Jack-
sonville-the Cheemaun, Blossie, Katie
B. and Arthur B.; from St. Augustine-
the Hattie; from Fernandina-the Ma-
bel-, Josephine, Orilla, Undine.
Prizes-$100 and 50 per cent. of en-
trance fee to winning boat; $60 and 30
per cent. to second ; $40 and 20 per.cent.
to third. Entrance fee, $25.
In the afternoon, a match game of ball
will be played between the Fernandinas
and Jacksonvilles.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3D.
At 10 a. m. match race between the
Katie B. and Arthur B. for $100. These
boats are evenly matched, and the race
is expected to be close and exciting.
The event of the regatta will te the race
between the Cheemaun, of Jacksonville,
and the Naomi, of Savannah. The for-
mer .jat was to have sailed against the
Mi-.-liif, ,,1" "in Tpa, but owing to some
rii-|,il?_;r-ta ,lin.-:: of the conditions, the
Mi-.,ivfIF -ill i,.t run the race.
In the afternoon another game of ball
will be played between the Fernandinas
and Savannahs, for the championship of
Georgia and' Florida. On this occasion
the Fernandinas will appear in their
ii, .1 1n.1 beautiful i. ,,i; i i,,.
A n,,,,,, i.,l i,,., f,-UTtti,',' .,;' ti,, cca ion ;
%.Jill be a bicycle race on-'"Amelia Beach,
hv the li-_lit .,f the moon.
*Cheap excursion rates will be given,
and crowds are expected from neighbor-
ing cities.

City Council.
An adjourned meeting of City Council
-was-held Wednesday evening, a full
board being present with the exception
of Alderman Klarer..
The petition of W. A. Mahoney, ask-
ing permission to haul sand from Tenth
street, to fill up a lot, was referred to the
Street Committee.
The bills of C. V. H-Iillyer for station-
oery, etc.,-and THE MIRROR for publishing
election notices, etc., were referred.
Bills- to- the. amount of $318.19 were
ordered paid.
The proposition- of Mr. Kell_ to con-
'tinue work. on %-vent FT and Fighth
stri-ftq. \w i-.ref rredl to the Street Com-
:,. mittee \M il power to continue the work ;
wa,'raut in payment of same to be drawn
" January'next.:
.Tlie Police Committee repor,|ted equip-
ment- insufficient for the present force
'a,1 -pe,'ial- that mayv be .appointed, and
xvas ;inA,rJ/.'., t~o. procure necessary
e,.lqi i ,h,,-'Ut. <.
The Printing Committee reported the
,probable cost'of printing rules and regu-
lations for Ipolice t.:,r,<,i: to be$-0. Fur-
Sthor time^ was granted to r;p,,:'rt more
_ f u l l y T'- '
SThe Mayor called' attention of (',:,un.i.]ii
to the bad condition of sidewalks iu the
s city, also to -tre.^ li,.ltinzi..- n, mi requested
,additional la p,:,-t',r ,-,1,1 T,,\n. -
i An ordinance to provide for revenue
from license or occupation ta'x was read
i for second and third imes and adopted


Tlihe P,-_li,-e t".,ji ittce rep-.t,. ..l-h3-
th,.- lui3t.rUi.'.m fcw th-i.fi,:-e~iad "'i ive,.

It ,,:as ordered tliat the ,same ,be Aa-ge-,
to p,:lirenieu, tre' : .having privilege o:
paying, t.:,r Uniforms in two months.
, The P,..li,',-. (',immittee was also author
Size, t, lpinr..lhe alockerfor use ofpolice

V Tile ,,:,ti..,n naming depository for city
t rei!vas,'ir. ,, f -fity funds was rescinded.
Thwe bind ,I': chief of police was ap
'r,_,\,:,1d rv Finance Committee and
Maa.vlr and vwa ordered recorded.
r .An >.',lidin,.e to repeal an ordinanCE

r entitled an orlinance to amend an ordi
e nanle inl relation to animals, adopted&
I- .ifly [,, I.bl, wasread forthe first time.

;" How to Injure Your Town.
L O[,p,--,. im pr'ovement.
Aiistru~t it-, public men.
R .Run it ,:l\,n to strangers.
6c., to ,,in other town to trade.
-.L~enotien y,:our face when a strange
C' ipeak.-! of l.,,:ating in it.
I. Do n,:it invest a cent; let your mone,
c il':s,:.nte\\ here else.
t', iee t,:, advertise in your town paper
Ifabiain wauts to buy your property
r. Ilar'ge h7imL two prices.
,1 IT hr xantv; to buy anybody else's in
, tetere and di -courage him.
Be particular to discredit the motive
s of public spirited men.
1~ Ti q i-- t-ii n f11 < hp.+T mprit- 'f 4- n f~ vte1 ro'hrni^rr


Newspaper Advertising.
That hat,.Id elil:,lej,.,rtal, tih- Savuannahl .
V,. .I,, i.ertinently iay-.iY that the Vali,,i-1
aethodsof'aIvv'rti-invg ,,ittsido of iel-
staliMiel nev\sl.pafiir-. .do. u,,t be1-kfitf
advertisers Money spent on them isf-
astt.d. They-do not attract the atten-
Jon of th,,ioe whose attentionf is dtesired.
he well-known -.t.-paper wM,%.h',c.;ir(n-,= -
ates in the- tetr'it,:'ry fr,,m shi,-.h'h|.aIt?
,ytne,. and ,i j''r ,.'t ti ,, ,i.,nn,lern:e ,s-,t
he people,- tgim tt-;-ril,,ry, ,.an al ,-,l e 'Ih '
)r advertisers wliat tl,,-\ -ant. ,don,-. .-
Che aim of (lle a.1vorti-el i- t. ,I',al' u, '-, ."
i..t,,,,,-rsi and to rt-ta-in oht ,:,n-.; anrj .In -
that better way can lir .- I,.1hat than b.,v
sinag, as a t16i u m i, 1,f,,mm in 11 f : i. [-'.
eWspaper Which g.,,-- iI)t, ev,.ry hV-'1 A
old and .,-iinti hii lli.,- ,:,t't'lie fen4.o ;"i' "
.ontryto which le I,),-,k.-_ t.-,r his ,td.'.; !
?O ad ,:-!rti.'-e in a n \ ,:,t e" l ,ier tlii lh".. r' ",'i\- .f ""


irn-e -ln-vll ', b.hnd 't" tllle \vL % n l"Ila
aade adlvt-rtisin- a t ady, and wI ', .' ;
therefore, know i>ow to-u taiu t.he tenV, 1 i4 "
results for thif' m ,u,-.. -. o _.
Base tall.
The Fernand.na I:a.so ball club arri\h,_-,I.
n the city eirly Friday morniug.-.It
brought about fifteen players, in,11 di n _o
wo of Jacksonville, one of Enterprise one
rom Sanford and two from the celebrated
Warren club, of Savannah. No Ixfi ,r.e
iad been spared to secure a club to Leat
)rlando and recover the champion bat, -
nd the visitors were confident of vie-
cry. .. .. "
Their rival, clubs met Friday afterni,-u -
nd forfive innings thI it. gae n a a. >?,_-, elv
contested and .e:ii.itiftlli, played, fa,.h
ide making one i,' 'VIe n Orlian.,, 1-
ame to the bat, however, theasie,:t ,:.f ..
things changed considerably. Two: ,o, -:?
tdr men were ,tii,-.kly put out, bnat be- -
)re a third hia, shared a siiailar fi-(e 1':7
twelve runs were scored, nu.h-j to the
light of' bararin of the vi.-it,:r~s. Thie game eae--;,
d in an bverwhelming defeat lor the
ieked t,.db 1.1t, F-rikiandiua,. tlif*8score
standing 19 3'u :3 = i '7
()n SatnMavlay'anothei, game wa [,lab ed ....
)rlazifld's cratelier. Sehlnbreeht had a .
hiun-b hitrt and was .-nable to ,do hisi ;
usual effective wv,:,rk, .\\bile the whole
ine played rathi r arel,;ssly. Thu i:-htn-
pion bat was not at, sttake. and the b.oy,s
were notion their -metal as they Iad b,-in
he previous daiI. Tli.sgraineresltel iu
victory for Fer'inidina 'by a, seoret14 to
0. Thus 1,'th sides. wre satisffved, each
having won one game.. The visitors were
.lease,I with their trip and the teatmelnt,
,v the Orland,, iManagm ent.! It Is
probable that the two clubs will have
a.'t'te rt i l 1be fore t he sea-s,:n is,,nve r.-"0O-
ando -li/'A/, ,, l

MA^^iNTEASIiENOE.
Pq.OKAF FERNANDINA.
BIGH WATER.,:'- ,
aturday.,Au 7 ........... 2.2.2- .. i P M.
unday, .* ..... .... 3.130 3.,4 1; ,
Monday,,. 2,1....... .. 4:14 l:SS ..
"uesdwk z;o);-....... "6 "
,Vedn e"'1y." j31 ...... .. 5:. "-3 "^- % ..; ; ,
h'Ti da y, *21............ 7:.)) "
ENTERED.
August 20-Steamship Delaware, Tribon, trom
New York, to J. A. Stead, agent.
August 23-Steamship Rio Grande, Lewis, fiwa
New York, to R. W. Southwick, agent:
August 22-Schooner Tom Williams, Mfls,
New York.
August 23-Schooner Georgietta Lawrtnce,
Wyatt, Charleston; schooner Annie P. Chics, In'
gersoll, do.
CLEARED.
August 21--Steamship Delaware, Tribon, for
New York, by J. A. Stead, agent.
August 25-Steamship Rio Grande. Lewis, for
New York, by R. W. Southwick, agent. ,"
August 20-Schooner Wapella, Bagger. Bruns-
wick; bark Elba, Titon Baltimore; schoonmr,
Annie R. Bishop, Rulon, New York.
August 22-Norwegian steam-hi- l._tamfinfr
Gjerme, Aspinw all; bark Hornet, Trdilo rd,. Bu e no.
Ayres; schooner C. A. Coulomb, M,'Gee, Philaet-
Alia; schooner H. 0. Kerlin, Marts, do.
August 23-Schooner J. S. Hasken, Rict,- Balti-
more.
August 25--Schooner Etta M. Barter, Barter ,
New York. ,* ...


The. County Commissioners of Gads-'
den, at their regular meeting last week, !
divided the county into five commissions p
districts, and what'is surprising, to some ol
very absuTd, they divided so as to have if
th'ee of the districts cornering in the ol
ownof Quincy'_ P
The Governorsas appointed the 'fol- N
owing-named gentlemen to represent tl
he State of Florida at the American w
Forestry Congress. wMli,-l''\\ ill be held in 0
Springfield, Ill., t.nll,r 14th, 15th ei
and 16th: Colonel-W. D. Chipley, Prof. il
A.,H. Curtis and Hon. J. G. Knapp. tL
Workmren are engaged 'in putting on P(
he stucco on the front of the Cathedral
at St. Augustine. The contractor now s-
has all material ready for the, roof. The tU
new and magnificent tower will be sixty- h
five feet higher than the apex of the old bi
belfry, or about 140 feeTlrom the ground. T
A railroad f&71 Tallhaiaspo to O .
rabelle"at. an 1-;', '. %i.Ay.iu anas&uT-,ed I't..
Work will begin just as soon as the ma-
erial can be placed on the ground. The h
charter specifies that work must begin h
on or before the first day of September A
next and continue with reasonable w
progress.
The liquor question was settled at Live h
)ak on the 23d, the Prohibitionists carry- cc
ng the day by a large majority. Six dis t
riets give a majority of 306 for prohi- ec
)ition. Eight districts yet to hear from ri
will swell the majority to 500. The day rc
passed quietly. Both parties exerted ti
themselves to the utmost.'"
The first shipment of the new crop of ti
oranges was made from Jacksonville a
Wednesday to L. W. Sherman & Co., tc
Boston. One hundred and ten boxes of tc
emons were also shipped to W. N. Jus- ir
tice, of Philadelphia, at the same time, s(
both lots of fruit coming in on the Jack- b
sonville, Tampa & Kew West Railroad. ti
The assessed valuation of St. Johns
county for the year 1S87 is $1,690,512.
In 1886 it was $1,350,588, thus showing t
an increase of $330,924 in one year, or
very near 25 per cent. This assessment
does not include the large number of c
buildings now in process of erection, a
which cannot be taxed until next year. t
By an act of the last Legislature, a re-
ward of $5 will be paid by the county f
commissioners for the scalp of 'every p
bear, wolf or panther, and $3 for the 1
scalp of each wild cat, taken within ten a
days after the killing to the county 1
judge of the county in which the animal
was killed. The law went into effect on
the 3d of August.
Capt. J. C. Richard, who was shot Sun;
day morning by George Millen at Starke, t
will probably recover, altlih iu-li, the ball

boqs 6f the face between -the eves,'
and ranged downward and toward the left t
ear, passing back of the left eye, and per- 0
haps severing the optic nerve, and con-
sequently destroying that organ. e
Our friend B. Edwards handed us last
Monday a beautiful bunch of orange S
blossoms. They were from the grove of
James Brown near this city. This shows v
that the orange trees are fairly alive to
the importance of the occasion and don't (
intend to allow anything to dampen i
their ardor. Florida .is ahead of the
world'and Eustis is its bright particular c
star.-Lake Region.
Blaine Bros. have commenced the I
erection of their car works at the junction C
of the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West N
road with the Melrose road, and a side c
track, with a third rail on the former 0
track, will be laid down as soon as re- t
quired. The schooner Gertie Richardson,
of 300,000 feet capacity, arrived on Thurs-
day to take cargo for the firm to a North-
ern port.
Wagon loads of LeConte pears are
brought in from the surrounding country
and offered for sale on the streets of. Lake
City almost daily, and they find a very
ready market at $1 per bushel. There is a
good profit in them at this price, as the
trees are very prolitic bearers. Those
through that section are just beginning
to bear, and add another to Columbia
county's varied sources of revenue.
E. W. Speir has arranged to add a valu-
able industry to the business interests of
Orlando. He has purchased machinery
for a bone mill, and also for a pearl
hominy, corn meal and feed mill., He is
now arranging to have his building erect-
ed, and hopes to have the industry run-
ning- in a short time. It is his purpose


to grind bone for fertilizing. His will be
the only pearl hominy mill in the
Rate.
A member of one of the churches of
Tampa, who had rented a room to one of
the saloon-keepers who was burned out
by the recent fire, was notified by the
church authorities that he must either
cancel the lease, withdraw from the
church, or be tried by the church. He
withdrew. Another member, guilty of
a like so-called offense, was similarly
-notified. It is reported that he will fight
it out if it takes until after the election.
At a meeting of the contractors' organ-
ization of Pensacola Friday night it was
resolved that the new rules regarding the
stowage of timber and lumber in: Pensa-
cola Bay should go into effect and force
Saturday morning, except in cases of ves-
sels which have already commenced load-
ing. The fixed rate of stowage is as fol-
lows: One dollar and fifteen cents per load
on timber, including the lumber used in
stowage; $1 per 1,000 for lumber going
coastwise; 90c. per 1,000 for lumber going
abroad; $1.75 per load on timber sto-wed
steamers; $1.25 per load on lumber stowed
in steamers; $2.50 per load on oak. A
crowd of men who had started to work
Saturday morning for a non-member of
fhe orgcaniznation wore forced to return


Mrs. Fannie A. Wilson, mothei of


Now that our ,',In ti. commissioners d
are in session, THE. Mir. i, r: would call d
their attention, as t-,.11 as' that of our d
people generally, to tbae absolute neces- v
sity of a court-house, to be -the property t
of. the county. Tl.: pi-.-Oln't :ira|nge- t
men.is not in k,:el]in.- \vith thi- progress
of the county, either I r,,,int ...f wealth 1.
or that natural p1'i:% .hi. I,, ] ,l .-h ani- t
mate public-spirited'cfitizens. Our court- F
house is an object ,r. ,'i lr,_,!'e' by visitors S.
from all sections, a
Nassau has, '.ii t:-1y no indebt- A
edness. Her ere'iit I'Oilt-edge," while
the fertility of ,iV, aQceessibility tq t
all parts of the -._iU h,-, acknowledged a
health, in fact, eveiyhing that goes to b
make up a lpr..-|, r, county, is hers, n
and makes Nassau iswond to no-county fi
in the State. b t
Then wake up. "Ke are not less pro-
gressive than the. people of other sec-
tions, but the ,- ii, of a court-l,. -
has never been 1, r,...h't to the attention t
of the people before. But where shall it
be located? The [iw,.li&, notarrived for
the discussion of this part of the subject.
Of course, TH MIRROR will advocate P
Fernandina's claims to its location; but
if the matter is 1-.fi to the yote of the
county at large, the -,6t. must be deter- (
mined as between Hii]'.,i. Callahan and i
this city. t
No matter where It is,.,let us have a. b
fine, imposing structure that will be a V
credit to the'county. P I
The commissioners, 'ow. in session,
-h,:,,L,1 consider and ee.ijfthe amounts
now being paid for reits of the Lyceum c
Hall, and the fi,-,:, >i"- rooms for the V
clerk and other county, ,r,,,iI.. is not as I
great as would be fh, iut-''-f (at 5 or 6 h
per cent.) on 1V-i,.I- n ,.i--:"y to con- t
struct a suitable : biii ,,_r, .'it ,hn e. 1
We will have mort to say on this sub- s
ject in subsequent i'.i,.-.,
(
THE STATE IN .1 NUTSHELL. I
St. Augustine will soon have a tele-. a
phone service. t

Scarcity of lumber is retarding build- t
ing at Key West.
Mrs. Murray, daughter of Rev. Charles
Fulwood, died at Ship Island last week.
The Americans employed'in Ellinger's C
cigar factory at Key West have struck. t
The proposed baseball tournament at s
Sanford has been postponed to October d
17th. j
Sanford, with a population of 3,500,
has had but twenti-nine'deaths in the t
past two yiars. ". : -
The citizens of Dale City and Blanton (
have ,,'._':iu ..,,l : -; -,'rjie'.'and Truck-

New tobacco is being ,:'1 ; *,.,l into Lake 1
City daily, and tbhtprices realized are
very satisfactory. E. *
Jacob Summerlbn; of Ifillsborough
county, recently bought 8,000 head of
cattle in Brevard county.
Parties were in S.A..gi-tinelast week
endeavoring to make arrangements for
lighting that city with electricity.
Maijo,7. Edgar, at pie-_ut principal of
the Arkansas Industrial College, "has
been c.h,,-,.n piiir,,'il-dof the West Flori-
da Seminary. .
The Ponce de Leon Hotel was closed
to the:public last Monday, on account of
the large number of visitqfrs interfering
with the work. -" "
Mr. Thomas J. Rawls, one of the early
settlers of Tallahassee,. died suddenly
last Friday, of, ,,rn-.sti,',., in the 62d
year. of hi age. ...
The vote in Santa S0sa county, on'the
question of P_,ii-li.iti,,n, was a complete
victory for th-e-teuilperan,' people. The
_majority wilt he about'i50.
+- Mr. Charles, Booth, while in Daytona a
*"short time_ ago, made iailage sale of 150,-
000 feet 0f .lumber o lartie-s there for the
eretioff.-0f a large ho:tel at Ormond.
'- Cotton is opening -rapidly in Leon
county; and. planters Are-"kept busy
"gathering the fleecy .stple. Where it
has been prop.erhy worked, the crop is
good. .
1 The Crescent City Say Mitls, owned by
:1. F. Willis, were bured on ,Saturday
night last. The loss i-.^.s'iinal -_d at $207,-
-000, With no insurance. He will probably
:, r'e't,.i ildt ,
t Sutrler c',junt,,' soil ?. well adapted to


the growth (,f-,uIsgaea i.-d the syrup
t, l e, _,:ar u~wue tL qdi.:', ':, to be the
best that comn e fr.)niilhe tien- plantations
of Louisiana.
f The discovery of achalybeate spring-
the only one in Siath Florida-about
- two hundred yardifrom the Nocatee
e depot, on the Floridv. Southern Railroad,
near Trabue, is creating a sensation.
y Tom Matthews. colored who was
working in a saw-nill at Millview, fell
- across a butting'saw ast week and had a
d piece taken out of hs head and another
out of his shouldeil He will not re-
e cover.
The negro newspapers published in
Georgia have lately lfen'noted for their
incendiary tone. Tie doctrines taught
in certain schools an bearing fruit that
may yet cause aeroiis trouble. Let
Florida make a timeie note of this.
The grading on tl* "Bronson road,"
the property of the &3abama, Florida &
rAtlantic Railroad, haq been about com-
y pleted from where they startedat Bron-
son, two and one-halfmiles froa Eustis,
r. Fla., to Clay Springs, a distance if about
' fifteen miles. The graders havemostly
L- been discharged, temporarily, aad the
engineer cops is awaiting the reurn of
!s Dr. Bronson from New York, wto, its
said. will then decide what route 1) take


Ire,. h'tiarl-_ H. ]Auum.,er, has hi her
,.seifsi,,n what in all Prcl',ah'ility is the N
Widest Masonic apron in Orange county, n:
f not in the State. It was the- pr,:ipferty e:
f Mrs. Wison's father, William J. a,
?hillips, who, as a young man, left his i
ew Jersey home 'in 1799, and went to ti
he "West," settling at Frankfort, Ky., -
Nhere he lived and ,ihd. The apron is If
f white satin, handt-worked, and the c
mblems of the order are hand-painted tl
n .,,1,..', The apron is somewhat more f(
han a hundred years old,-Orlando Re- T
orter. ..I
A Montgomery, Ala.,-.p.i.. i.lAug. 20 w
ays: Mr. Woolfolk, the moving spirit of u:
he Alabama Midland road, reth|rned n
rom the East today. He says thle '-1Iedy h
building of this road is an assured fact. c(
he ,ffi,.'er' ,.,f thie ,-,ini,,,uly havee carried T
h e ir I -.'.., ti ,, I ,- a r ,,ii t ,.' n
.)*Il!;' ,,I] it it.,,,i^-,.ILi-- '*..1n.-tI'lkli,, is. )I, Tv
i,,ved L ,,nd ..- of thiis r.iuol v i'e |iI >-e J *s'
vith a London sydicate of banters, who .E
ave sent over their expert engineer, Mr, 4t1
.rchibald rairlie, now in Montgomery, r(
vho commences inspecting next week.
lending his arrival, a very strong sydicate
f New York capitalists also submitted iI
ids for these securities, which, on ac- b'
onnt of the shortening of the distance t1
o all Atlantic and Gulf points, in V
connection with the fine local ter- h
itory, is a guarantee to- this new 0
cad which insures its being one of a,
he largest earning roads in Alabama. It t(
Aill bring the Florida Railway & Naviga- a:
ion Company and the Savannah, Florida c0
nd Western into Montgomery and Selma si
-o the Midland, the large freight and t]
ourist business of these two lines amount- h
ng to over 1,000,000 tons and 600,000 pas- f(
engers. Work begins this fall, and will t
)e pushed with vigor to a speedy eomple- c
ion. e,
News Notes. i
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 23.--The Execu-
ive Committee of "The American Party," tl
o-day issued an official call for a national u
convention, to meet in this city Friday 'n
and Saturday, September 16 and 17, and P
hey call upon all American citizens, of ti
whatever party or affiliation, who syra- a
pathize with the sentiments and are in 1
favor of the political objects of the new b
party, to attend for the purpose of corn- \,
pleting the organization and .promoting p
among others the following specific o.(,- a
ects :
1. To emphasize and perpetuate the
sentiment: "America for Americans."
2. The restriction of immigration.
3. Thorough revision of the naturaliza- s
ion laws.. .
4. Reserving Americani lands for I

5. The protection of Americans in all r
their rights, on land or sea, in all parts -
of the world. 1
6. To restrict and guard the right of i
elective franchise. 1
7. To abolish polygamy in the United
States immediately and entirely, g
8. To enact and enforce such laws as
will tend to eradicate intemperance. I
9. To develop the resources of the I
country by a wise system of internal
improvements.
10. To protect and promote the Ameri-
can system of free common schools.
11. To adjust the relations between
labor and capital on a permanent basis T
of equity and justice, and especially do
we invite representatives and members
of the following organizations to meet
and co-operate with us in said conven-
tion: The Patriotic Order of Sons of
America ; the Order of United American
Mechanics, the Junior Order of United
American Mechanics, the Order of
Deputies, Sons of Revolutionary Sires;
Political Alliance, United'*Minute Men,
the various granges, and all other orders
and organizations whose principles and
sentiments will enable them to work in
the American party on the foregoing
basis.
BOSTON, Aug. 23.--A call has been is-s
sued by leading representatives of the
Knights of Labor Assemblies, trade
unions, land and labor clubs, and ?thor
similar organizations throughout the
commonwealth, for a State convention,
to be held in this city on September 10,
for the purpose of nominating a State
Labor ticket.
CINClNNATI, Aug. 23--Judge Kumler, of,
the Court of Common Pl-eaa, has granted ;


the mandamus application of the Union
Labor party, directing the'Board of Elec-
tidns to hereafter recognize the UnioWf
Labor party in making appointments of"'
clerks, registrators and judges of elec-
tion.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 23.--Governor
Washington Bartlett, who has been in a
precarious condition for some time, wag
stricken by paralysis last night, and little
hope of his recovery is entertained. Gov-
ernor Bartlett is a Democrat, and was
elected to the office last November. In
the event of his death he will be suc-
ceeded by Lieutenant Governor Water-
man, who is a Republican.
A recapitulation of the returns of the
Texas Prohibition election, as far as
heard from, gives the following result:
Total Anti majority, 97,999; total Prohi-
bition majority, 3,763; net Anti majority,
94,236; total Anti counties, 150; total Pro-
hibition counties, 31 ; total counties heard
from, 181.
Beach Schedule.
Beach trains, commencing June 24t*
will run as follows :
Leave Fernandina 6:30 am; leave Beach 6:45 am
9:90 am ;9:45 a m
10:20 a m; 10:45 a m
*8:80 pm ;S:45 p m
4:15 pm; 4"25 pm
6-00 pm; P"a6|
7:80 pm ; 3. pm
XXTRA SUNDAY TRAIRB
Leave Fernandina 1210l p m; leave beach 12:30 pi
2;,30pm; ............
*Daily except Sunday.
By order Ass't Gen'l Sup't.


REFLECTIONS.
Old papers for sale at this office; 25
cents per hundred,
Since the Volunteers left us, the town
is bare'of local items.
For a first-class haircut and shave, go
to Robfinson, near the depot. *
Goverfior Perry is expected to review
the troops at Pablo tomorrow.
The best five-cent cigar in the market,
"The Risidd,;-at Rutishauser's. *
Morning service at the Catholic church
will hereafter be at 10:30 o'clock.
-. The Fernandina Volunteers made the
best score in the target practice at Pablo.
..,.'' '" Strange as it may seem, when the odds
..... ,.\i;:' against a man it is hard for him to
T get even. *

*?' b] "[9a" ery will do almost anything
v and what nachinery can't do-a woman
*', can with a hairpin. .

Rev. N. A. Bailey, of Orlando, will
pieach at the Baptist church Sunday at
.? 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
A cold wave was announced Thursday,
but no one has felt it as yet. Send it
along, General Greeley.
A goodly number of excursionists went
to Pablo yesterday morning, to see how
the boys are conducting themselves.
The .new artesian well is progressing
finely, something over a hundred feet
having been driven up to yesterday.
The Jesup base ball club will be in the
city on the 7th and 8th, when they will
'play two match games with the Fernan-
dinas.
It must be hard on a talkative woman
to marry a barber. Whenever she'd
think she had the last word, he'd be sure
and have the "next."
The cargo of the steamship leio
Grande, for New York, consisted of 249,-
000 feet lumber, 361 cases cedr, 54 logs
i cedar, 41 packages merchandise. -
Sar i t a ry Inspector Garland condemned
2* 316 melons, nearly all contained in two
boats, l.ast Thufrsday. On and after next
'Monday the sale of melons in the city
.,will be prohibited.
,,,There will be] aen interesting match
game of baW-ball for the junior cham-
pionship of the State .of Florida on Tues-
day, the 30th,-betweeen the. Jacksonville
'Juniors and the Fernandina Juniors.
Judging from the splendid run made
by Paymaster Thompson on Wednesday
,* morning, eatchiu the ,~Ic'k,:,,nviill train
o. n. 'o the fiy, his friends think l-he would
make anx excellent OWeumlier of the, "fat"
Leau."

7 -' h,,w us anything pii tr'agthis reju-,:,.
I" than a girl of I9)- ws'-glden iiair, Nosy
ek' (,leeks, ruby lr.N i ad,l diessed. ih whit-
t,.lle. %wib, a blue.-rib, bon around lher
"j.e''cl,.,let.,nis"8ee it.:,
It io expected tha-t the cattle orlinau,_"c
*will be aienewef-ai\',,i put !i., force at' tlhe
next ,:meeing ofr the city4cdunli-'il. This
will )e:good news to 'iiihul., a" the cow-,
will- Iiot be allowed to:, riu at large in,.ir
th'e new regulate,..
.Miessrs. John T. Titinn and J,.,hu B.

.tekii-ger, if Tanmp.,a, are aid tIii have
.. ofi, -f-the -i,,:%t \\hole-ale atd retail
"-''. .. Ekon.ses in Fl.tri;:ila, .i .l are ,l-,iings a paY-
-. ing bI.usileS. Tl',e two John,. are (Ad
Fer- F-rnandina by,, aund tht.ir 11o1uY frientd-
' linere will be j:)lean-ed t,:, lartin ,.,f their
l"'>'-l ,conti~nued pirosperit y.
The M,'tl,-,l, ol;.f s iys th:t "-'C rl..,ral E.
H. Jor-hens and Private A. L. Sch-.vh'r,
of the Feri'tnanina V,,li.it~toers., t.wi., ,_,f the
t*eleb:raled 'ehhcken skirmisher.s,'.t:lrosst-d
the ,:ea;.I rine at -2:40 T-[itil'>,lay m,:ruing,
were arrested, add' wh:n lazt hieardi f|i',m
Were |uatki|'.!; timue." Skirniiishing for
ch*ic-kens, whirii Simm,,ns~ D,-,zier and
.tihe Strati~m<-r(- are generally s,> well
se,-|pl~e.. ? P-erishi tlhe thought !
*; 9 The Fernandlina \nafe ball t6;m hads
lIeen defeated, a,,:,j u .by t he Orland,,,'l ub.
,^ e did i:itend ,1 t,) s.en,: over a nine froin
ail..a ,._l 't. two ,:efeat. *in a month i-
.''.eih;,ugh; 'wit-thout ',ur adding fuel t,-i tft??
-: fl3.,. Oui~r svmpatliv i. with Feruandlina,
.--. a? "we'-knurlthie b,:,s of that ehlu,. If
,"i t},fy, will let us Umpire t,,r tienm. and
"' ;,,guar,tee a.i silfe t'elturn hione, Fernain-
;^_- .inh w\ill .beat e\'erw t\\\\ .-- ',,lutk,,
*" *; 'tril, -'~l '
-B. 'Fredt.. Hunt, fiormerby a ,:ity t'ax ass-essor


gT-, .'"',el'- RepubiiTan rus;!% was ul, before
r- JI .t d.A aket4 ye,t.erdray,.'hiarged, with
S l.,brPw.frm. 'Ithie st-ore. of Mess4rs. Siuj-
-_: -al;'ins! If "b*'er ,,n the fif lft of thie 24th.,
R.4 RiA lulu l-] c.-~ed tfctf a/ l if l et i,'.
e- i '.y--ard of.G. A. -Ltli


im, pr 1.-t o re'n g "- -
'.";' ";:':'l'o o ed. A olerk of 'Mr. Lath
a iu's _- .Sc ,vered thle goods, quietly t,,,-.l
tliem -in th~e house and returned thl tem to:
the o%'herf.the next day. Judpe Baker
lineid tile prilioner $10 and ,osts, wVM"
"he agreed tu pay, rnd may eod-iler hiiti,
selfortnnate ini-getting off "-., easiy.
-Tlhe T'i,.- U,,;o, sayN- that '.he sub
stazice ,:t`,feu'retary Lamar's ,leci'i.":In in
*,*_ r-gaird i,, Hit], F. &'. & N. land irant ii
impl_,l thi.-.. .e t ". of iudeinii- ity
t~land I that .haive h,.-retob; re b.i-In madle b]
fltle companyn y aril apllroved'by the land
+ .,ffie alre still reIeSrv\t-4. for it. In case
i!; w,:.re the svl-cti,-,n? have not-been.ap
-proved, a sAettlr ,i,'.-iring to enter then
or to:, 4ec,"re title wutvt tile notice thereof
whereiip,.,u tlie ,:.:,upl-auy will be notified
thiat it must prove its right'to the land in
Squelsti,.,r. If it succeeds in sustainingit
= claim, the land will ber.withdrawn and
p.itent>.,: to it ; if it does not succeed i]
:' proving its claim, the land is then open
^to +thpoi+'. setl udr fith "o rndlit~ions al-


VESSELS IN PORT. '
1Bark Wellgunde, Meehan.-
Brig .Alred, White. ,.
Brig Maria W. Norwood, Atwood.
Schooner Tom Williams, Mills.
Schooner Annie P. Chase, Ingersoll.
Schooner Georgietta Lawrence, Wyatt.
Schooner Etna, McCumber.
Schooner M J Saunders, Thompson,
Schooner T P Ball, Jotason. -
'Schooner W. E. Clowes. Sarterly.1
Schooner J. M. Hayes, 0rro ker.
VESSNLA CHARTERED FOR THU FORT.
Btrk Alv a,
Adg G. T, Qnery, Conklin, < *
-*Sfrooaer W. H. Stewart, Sparks-
146hoxoner DraMathews, Br'wna.
Schooner Bessie Whiting, Dayton-


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M_. anlbd,
A compeit, Dumber Inspector. S .ea,-
experience, oomapensation expected, *Isey&-.:
erenoes. Ad 40 2t Lock Box 101, SavaonaA, Ga. ..
Wront BoOM'wwir Mf en :
Convenient to businegm. Apaly .to Mr%;..
-HATT1B BBowiTbI, opp. Florida 5ouse.. 4,

Newnan's Improved, ot $1.60 penti. -
sand. Go. H z6.
.38 t Feritndina, Plirid.'.
,+ .t. **" -, ,-'- -
Te At ta PUtalt,&, .,
ON FERNANBIMA BR&aO.
This favorite e tlamm a geafha~tat
Saloon is .open for the em Clihowder,
Sandwiches, et., served 'at s rotinotic.- '. 'i -
The best of service at rMitit.le rait.*
Give mnea call.. "
J. JW- RuTMAUSR..


Why go otislte of the State to & saw"We
resort, to apend your vacation, vthwn y have one vt the Autt deielhtful otnBler
waterirf4l |A ]yocttr own Stabs, at

on the bawj4Mft w" RtH iva iv, in j(anill-
ton oou nty. ;,
The waters of this, Spring M*w noteAor
"r fgmt curative qta.tKKx, lind rm&*1tutrf
one of'iie flnest pocsf of wslthur t" to
be folid In this country. S
At the SpringsIs a first-dam Htel. with
ample accommodations for Hot, O id
Plunge Baths.
Reached by the flori& Railtway & Navi-
gation Comipany to Welboret; tbete bw
back Ibit, thre miles over bt IeuU1f0l
hills of Middle Florkia.
Cheap round trip excurato tickets, ilwisL
diit book fare from Wel,.ru to &Law i@ i
now '. sale at all F. R. & V ". t a
1o further infonMi. *Ay t oany
It. R& N. ticket o'r wri V lei 0. K.
#Lzton, BBeq., pJapfAtO of WbIWe a&lpk*f


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--z sto ''- ~
Of the Latestand Moat Appiromvd*Ptpersj

CORLIFT AND F0 MTI OF L iS,
LIFT AND FOROA, PUMPS,


SAM'L D. SWANN,

Local Agent of the Florida Town Improve-
ment Company,

FERNANDINA, FLA.


Tampa vision.
10.15a 4.05 p ........Fernaudina........ 10.10a 4.00p
......... 2.47 p ......... Callalan .......... 11.27 a .........
6.30 a 2.30p ....... Jacksorville....... 11.30a 8.30p
5.30 a 1.43p ..........Baldvin.......... 12.25p 10.00p
3.05a l2.05p ............Waldo............. 1.55p 12.15 a
11 57 p 10.10 a ....... ...-0caa............. 3.52p 3.20 a
4.35p 9.08 a ..........Wildw)od ........ 5.03p 9.30 a
4.00p 8.40 a ........Panasotkee ........ 5.24p 10.05a
2.30 p ......... ........ Sumt-a-ille ........ ......... 10.30 a
......... ,8.10 a. ......St. Caherine ...... 5.52p .........
......... 2.00 a ..... Withlaoochee..... 6.03 p .........
......... 7.37 a ..... ... Oweiboro........ 6.24p .........
......... 7.20 a ......... DadeCity ......... 6.40p .........
......... 6.00 a .... Lv PlantCity Ar.... 8.00 a .........


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PRICES VERY LOW
RESTING ON THE ROCK OF |
S PERPETUAL SUCCESS.
AD- We ask but one trial.to demonstrate
our ability to give bargains.
N. B.-Special lbtr'iin- and quotations
are announced daily on Bulletin in front of
Store.
W. J. LOHa MAN,
Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets.


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EMBRACING NEARLY EVERTX4ING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OFP-'

FANCY-IMPORTED GROCERIES,
ONLY SUOH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CA BE *RECOM1MElItDlE) 'AS"" +

PTTE AND. OF ".-+r
PURE A:f -O GOOD" UALY LIYIi

VoPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TOSELENTIONlS 0 O-F. -

- FINE TEAS AND .. O EES_
FANDE( O`EE
-- + .. +, --trt ... +-- + +'+"

THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION TAT-.CAN BE, PftOtH, O


NEW GOOD-BRecei ed by Every Ste r.r


27, 1887.


MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE

Weekly Sailings from Fernandina Eyery Thursday
and from Newr York Eyery Friday.





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fiaMl PgCM i abin, Sm So
Sl l 0Eurstio, :l so n Good for 6 months, O 900
.r 11 to, Am : IYo Steerage, 1.OO
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and 1New
York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ; -r o .
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UINSURl
irPASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA, WITHOUT CHANGE; nrki,] ,.l,-,se .
S connections ai FERiNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL.
. ROAD fori JAC'KS'ONVILLE. and thence by Steamers to -all1 p-,ints ,.ri, .t.he S'T ..
JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA aidl INDIAN' RIVERS-: r,1 wih ith t. FL (IA"RlE Tj- NSIT
^. P. ')fr ALL STATIONSn. ;UlI'F P RTS OF FLLORII)a; andwilthe
PENINSULAR RAILROAD tor Ol' ALA,la,,lt itb' BL:RIDA TROPIC-L ];AlLr;l.' I
Sor LAKE WEIR. .
THROUGH; BILLS OF LADING TO ALL PO INITS.:;*./
For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
R. W. SOUTHWICK,IAgeOt,I
TT TT Air AT....... FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.


tem is practicable. The most equita-
ble basis of taxation of all kind's is
upon the income produced from it.
The labor reformers, by this system,
propose to simylify government
by doing away -with a horde of
officials required by the present sys-
tem of taxation," but in the next
sentence they propose to have our
munigalities supply their inhabi-
, tants With water, light and heat,"
and would "'l ave the General Gov-
ernrnent issue all money without the
intervention of banks; would add a
postal telegraph system and postal
Saving banks to the postal service
,,and would assume public control
`and ownership of those iron roads
e Which have become highways of
5 modern commerce."
It strikes us that whlen all the
Banking, telegraph and telephone
lines, postal, banking and railways
of the country were taken charge of
and run by the General Government,
the horde of officials" would be
Sincereased a hundred. fold with the
. incentives to fraud and corruption."
S The platforni further doiilurp. Hit
"favor of legislation to, reduce the
hours of labor, to prevent the em-
ployment of children of tender
) years, to avoid competition of con-
vict labor with honest industry, to
secure sanitary inspection of tene-
ments, factories and mines, and to
put and end to the abuse of the con-
spiracy laws;" also to simplify pro-
cedures in courts, and to adopt the
Australian system of voting in order
that the effectual secresy of the bal-
lot and the relief of candidates for
public offices from the heavy expen-
ses now imposed upon them may
Prevent bribery and iiltiniidation;,
do away with the practical discrimi-
natioun .n favor of the rich and the
unscrupulous, and lessen the per-
S'nicious influence of money in poli-
tics."
SThe convention was by no means
A.al united body, and its discordant
elements indicated that the union
was in a disunited condition.

S Henry W. Grady. ,
One of the most conspicuous fig-
lires and much-talked-of men in the
South is Henry W. Grady, editor of
the Atlanta C'oi.otita11i,. Mi-. Grady
owes his prominence and popularity
to no adventitious -advantages.
Rather Lsmall in size, possessing no
special grace of "manner or of per-
son, his style is easy, familiar- and
,natural. After he has spoken a few
Seiteii:.es, the interest of t1,.:. ..i,r
;"iii,,,e- concentrated in -his.--utter-
ances, and not in the man He has
great tact and a felicity of expression
which 'iinlpret.-,.,: hi -audienc 'with
the fitness and worthiness of what
..he says, and that he has said it well.
His reputation was well established
.in Georgia, especially before that
New England dinner-party discov-
ered Mis merits and recognized the
talent and sound, good sense which
-ad already made him an exponent
,or. Southern sentiment at .home.
+TI, Atlanta :iintil,,b',,,,i, under his

ljbl riannagenent, has become a
power: recognized and felt every-
where in the Emlpire State of the
South. The advocacy of the Consti-
tttiol is almost sure to ensure the
sjc,:ess of a;ny pub lic. enterprise. It
contriljintel largely to the, success of
the Prohibition ticket:iin; Atlanta; it
.'Hel'pCl on I.,ocerfully -the rebilling
of l't8-"Kim bull House, the l.riile of
Atlanita; it a.dlvocatel, with success,
thl establish.lment of the Atlanta cot-
ton mills; it has aided in the con-
struction of railroads, and is now


the'moving piwer in furthering the
Piedont. Expo.,itiorn, to be held at
Atlanta' in October. On all public
question' in the State iit usually re-
flects correctly the popular ihind,
Which it largely influences and di-
l. ,'te.


been heard from, but it is supposed
was picked up by some vessel.
The captain" and officers of the
Montreal deserve the highfiest meed
of praise for an unparalleled achieve-
ment in saving the lives of all en-
trusted to their care under 'circum-
stances so remarkable.

Planets Tossing Rocks at Us.
Aerolites are interesting to the average
mind as well as to the student, but so far
they have not been very instructive.
They are so scorched we can hardly learn
anything of them. If they slabbed off
some passing planet or are fragments of
someh'expl6ded world, it is strange they
are all so much alike in character and
composition. Why do wae not have other
samples of the unknown worlds, as, for
instance, the human body, or something
fashioned by the hands of the inhabitants
of such realms? We are anxious to learn
something of the other globes, but tossing
two ton rocks at us is a- slow way to. be-
come acquainted or sociable.-,Baltimore
News.


In RAILWAY

'7 I GATIONC(,
SCHEDULE El EFFECT AUG. 10, '87.
STANDARD TIME.
" (33 minutes slower that Jacksonville.local.)
From To
Arrive. GOING WEST. Leave
Read Up. Read Down.
No. 10 No. 2. No. 1. No. 9.
12.10p 7.30p .......Jacksonville....... 7.45a 3.00p
1.100 a 6.50p .......... Baldwin ........... .27 a 4.02p
10.22 a 6.30 p ........ MacClrmny........ 8.48 a 4.31 p
10.16 a 6.25p ...Glen St Mary ...... 8.53 a 4.37 p
9.56 a 6.10p ........Sanderson......... 9.09 a 4.55p
9.30 a 5.49 p ........... Ol~tee ........... 9.30 a 5.20 p
8.55a 5.24p .........Lake City......... 9.56a 6-15p
818 a 4.57 p ..........Wellorn........... 10.24 a 6.56p
8.06 a 4.46p ...........Houton.......... 10.35 a 7.13p
7.47 a 4.33 p .........Live Oak ......... 10.49 a 7.30p
6.58 a 4.06 p ..._......Ellgvitle .......... 11.16 a 8.08p
6.18a 3,35p ..........Makison.......... 11.48 a 8.48p
5.41 a 3.07p :......... Greeavlle......... 12.18 p 9.25p
5.50 a 2.49p .......;..Aycilla.... ...... 12.36 p 9.47p
5.00 a 2.33p ..........Drifton........... 12.54p 10.09p
5.25 a 3.00 p Ar.....Monticello...Ar.. 1.20 p 10.35p
4.35 a 2.05 p Lv....Monticello.....Lv 12.35 p 9.30 p
5.00 a 2.20p ........... Driftcn ........... 12.54p 10.09p
432 a 2.83 p .... :..... Lloyd.............. 1.32p 10.35p
4.15 a 1.45p ......... Chatles .......... 1.45p 10.49p
3.40 a 1.19 p ........ Tallahawee........ 2.13 p 11.50 p
2.85 a 12.48 p ...........MXidwa ..... ..... 2.41 p 12.40 a
1.50 a 12.21. p ........... Qotincy............ 3.09p 1.50 a
12.55 a 1.54 a ...... Mt. Pleasant ...... 8.35 p 2.30 a
12.01 a 11.25 a ..... River Junrtion ...... 4.05p 3.30 a


*.' EO. FAIBAKS,
. IOOBE & *N7UOY,


Editor.
Pubnshers.


SA TURDA Y, AUG UST S7, 1887.


The Inter-State Farmers' Convention.
The generaltone of the recent
Inter-State limers Convention held
at Atlanta was one of -depression
and gloom;, if one were to judge by
the sonbre character of some of the
papers presented, and particularly
those emanating from Georgia. It
was claimed thAt the.value of farms
had depreciated; that debt had in-
creased and'pribes were so low that
the faroer was not only no making
anything, but was,.ru4iing behind.
The causes. of .this sta sof things
werei-attributed to the loy price of
.cotton, controlled afid -fixed by syn-
dicates it foreign marketI, the exac-
tions of the tariff;' the uNireliability
of laboIr, the cost of fertlizers, and
corisequent increased cost of produc-
tion It was, hoWever, ;shown and
aditted ,thatithe production had
largely increase, not only in- vol.
ume, bur e are, arid that many
articles of consumption were greatly
reduced in price...
This gloomy view of .the subject
was evidently largely confined to
Georgia. The other cotton States
complained ,of some of these things,
but, on the whole, regarded the agri-
cultural interests prosperous. They
felt many of these drawbacks; but
were, not depressed by them; they
would like to make a larger profit
and felt that. they ought to get more
for their products, and complained,
that the price was not fixed by any
other "than, an- arbitrary rule, by
whihbeihr.interests were not at all
consulted; that it seemed 'to be the
policy to'give just so much *ricour-
agement as wouldprevent the planter
from ceasing to cultivate, bdt:always
to take care that he should tot get
independent.,
Of course, the consideration . how't0 make' things better was. the
principal, object to be sought after,
and upoii this'topic many plans and
suggestions were made.. A distin-
guished planter from'! Mississippi-
General Miles -in a brief off-hand
talk from the floor, seemed to give
the most satisfactory solution. His
first position was tkat 1the planter
should so condiiuc.his op,-,utioiis as
to be able to withhold his cotton
from the market when the price was
below /he cost' of produCtion, which
would 'consequently, if generally
d ofne03 sure o' enhance pirie,-;/. To
W0 th', the player siuhtld make
himself independent of advances by
factors or indebted ness to merclants.
He should not *phnt all' icottoh anda
buy everything he needed; .he should
raise all, hiA ownt supplies and buy
nothing that he could raise at home'.
The Souith pays to' the Northlnvest
fifty millions of- dollars pper year for
meat, nearly all, of wilicli could be
raised at home it pays the Western
States twenty-five millions peir ybar
for mules, which could' be mainly
raised at,. home. Gen. Miles owned
four hundred slaves before the war.
At the close of the waT he' was-bur:;
dened with a debt of $28.(,0<"0tea~r
ing 10 per cent. interest. \'With.
twenty crops he had paid off'-t'is-
debt, and was now, independet. inn
his circumstances.. He practiced
what he preached; and-he believed,
others could do the same. The Gen-i
_. ..4 .'.
eral's speech made a protbfoiul' .im-
p ressionL p. -h g .'-

of the agricultunrists of the cotton,
States will be productive o.f perman-
ent, good. The conventionn was a.
strong representative body, aid from
the interest evinced in the topics
under discussion,., indicated' the
earnestness cat its purposes.


What the Labor PartyProposes.
The Labor Party convention at
SyracLse us an much more. moder-ate
in its platfolm'nAld dne-nanids than
was generally expected, but still.pro-
posing very radical changes in our..
present systeinm df government, taxa-
tion, etc. They"pr6pose, ini the first
place, to tax land not according to,.
its area, but according to its value, to
the exclusion of improvements. This
seems to us a contradiction. If im-
provements- are excluded, we come
to the bare naked soil, and I e cannot
see any other rule of valuation than
by area. A farmer takes an ordinary
piece .-'land, clears it up, drains it,
cultivates and fertilizes it.: What is
this but -improvement? How can
this land bevalued to the exclusion
of improvements? The declared
purpose of this scheme of taxation
is to relieve working farmers and
small homesteaders of undue bur- s
dens now imposed 'upon them, mak-
ing it unprofitable to hold land for
speculation. The result of throwing
all taxation upon lands without in-
cluding the lmnprovemnents woutfldlog- f
ically tax the value of lands in \Wall ri
street. the same as a kitchen garden c


GOING SOJTH.
No.4. No. 8. (M.IN LNE.) NO. 7.
10.15 a 4.05 p ........Fernanlina....... 10.10 a
......... 2.47p ......... Callalun.......... 11.27a
6.30 a 2.30 p ....... Jacksorville ....... 11.30 a
5.30 a 1.43p .......... Balin ......... 12.25 p
4.25 a 1.10 p ......... tighland .......... 12.51 p
4.08a 1.01p ...... .. Lawt8ty ......... l'i p
3.48 a 12.45 p ..p ... ..itiu. ....... 1 t.
3.05 a 12.05 p ...... .. v.... ...... 1.5i5, p
2.27 a 11.44a :'npil.. 2.15p
2.07 a 11.31 a ........ Hawthorne ....... 226p
1.18 p 11.04 a ............eCitra............ 2.55 p
......... 10.23 a .....Silver Spring...... 3.36p
11.56 p 10.10 a ......... .0cala....... ..... 7.2 p
11.05 p 9.43 a ......... Belleview......... 'p
10.13 p 9.18 a ............Oxford........... 4.45 p
9.50 p 9.08 a ......... Wildwood ......... 4.00 p
8.55 p 8.40 a .......... Leesburg ......... 5.28 p
8.33p 8.30 a .........Eldorado.......... 5.41 p
8.00p 8.15 a ...........Tavsres........ 6.00p
6.30 p 6.55 a ......... Orlanlo ............ 7.26 p
Cedar Key Division. ,


No. 3-
4.00 p
p8.30p
10.00p
10.50 p
11l.1'-) i-,
l].Io |,
1 .. '.. a
12.50 a
1.10 a
2.02 a
4.08 a
4.51 a
5.11 a
5.57 a
6.15 a
6.40 a
8.15 a


U. H. MALLRKY I (& .,
Pier 20 East River, New York.


51 -


10.15 a
6.30
6.30 a
5.80a
4.25 a
4.08 a
3.43 a
3.05 a
7.40 p
7.00 p
5.35 p
4.30 p


4.05 p
2.47p
2.30 p
1.45 p
1.2.40 p
12.20 p
11.59 a
11,15 a
10.55 a
10.35 a
9.45 a
9.00 a
8.30 a
6,45 a


........Fernaudina........
....... ..Callahan.........
....... Jacksonville ......
......... Baldvin.........
::.........Highhnd..........
........... Lav;ey ............
............Staoke........... :.
............W aido............
......... Fairbmnks .........
........ Gam ew ille........
......... Arredmindo.........
............Arcler.............
.......... 3Broluon ...........
......... CedarKey .........


10.10 a
11:27 a
11.30 a
12.80p
1.32 p
1.44p
2.16 p
2.50 p
3.10 p
3.35 p
8.54 p
4.30p
5.06p
7.20 p


4.00 p
8.30 D
10.00 p
10.50 p
11.10 p
11.40 p
7.80 a
8.05 :.
10.30 alt
11.10 a
12.25 p


inte-


rior trade ;

To manufacturers of

Thread and other

Cotton Goods,

Woodware and the

products of Cotton

Seed, Palmetto,etc.;

o Cotton Factors and

Commission Mer-

chants in Naval
Stores, Lumber,

Commercial Fert ifi-
er. P+,P e


SEMI-WEEKLY, SERVICE


teen ON -York, FernandinaMand JacksonHillAN



THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS COMPOSE.THE LINE:


Pernandina & Jacksonville Branch.
Arrive. I Leave.
10.15 a 5.50 p ........Fernardina......... 7.10 ai 4.00p
9.45 a 5.25 p ........Hart's Road........ 7.82 a 4.29 p
9.14 a 5.03p ............Du l............ 7.56 a 5.03p
8.30 a 4.30 p ........ Jacksolville........ 8.80 a 5.45p
St. Mark's Branch.
Arrive Leave
12:15 p .................. Tallahassee .................. 8:30 a
11:57 a ...................."Bellk r 8:43 a
10:58 a .................. ..W akdila..................... 9:40 a
10:30 a ....................St. M arks.. ................... 10:05a
"a" means a. m. "p" means p. m.
St. Marks branch train h run Tuesday, Thurs-
day and Saturday only.
Leaving time is given tn every case except
where arriving time is n awed.
Trains 1; 2, 7, 8, 9 and l .iud trains on Fernuan-
dina & Jacksonville branch, run daily.
T rain- 2 aund 4 daily, xvox .t Sund" y.
Trai.. 1 1 h.l St '' ,tj i F'a ': Sleepirg
Trains -3ah.V,..v, ,r,- ti-h Pulimah w.e,.hn.
ing Chairs anid C'Qini i :i t.,ilil frl'-m Orlandi.
Trains 9 and 10 have" though Sleeping Cars to
and from De Funiak Spri*.
For aps., rates, etc.,upply to company's
agents, or write to I '
A. O. MAcDONELL,
General Passenger and-Ticket Agent.
D. E. MAXWFLL, -
Gen. Supt., Jacksoaville, Fla.


QUALITY |
HIGHEST
NEXT COMES |
LATE STYLES
THEN BEST VARIETY
WITHIN 100 MILES
ADD POPULAR SELECTIONS
'PLEASING PEOPLE WELL


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RATES ALWAYS AS LOW A OTHER LINES.
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TrE ,O. G. EA.GER ,f ,, .nai er, -
35Br,:'.,iwa,'Nuw YoVrk.
T. S. DUMONT, Geer-al Eastern Agent F: .R.:& N., N "
D O r 391 kBroadway, New York." N e ok "
TJ A-STEAD, Agent, PernanEdiaa.'sieB''' Y
J. A. LESLIE,'Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. A,.STEAD, Agen, ernaidi lvi" -'

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INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF'


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AND DESIRE TO PLEASE


BACKED BY PUSH AND ENERGY
AND OTHER TRAITS LIKE THESE


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STRAIGHT, FAIR BUSINESS PRINCIPLES,
WHICH GOOD INTENTIONS SHOW


ments, Farm Pro-

ducts, Commercial

Paper, etc.,

Exceptional fcili-

ties for tle profitable

development of their

undertakings. Deep

water, capacious har-

bor, extensive .rail-

road system and -im-

portant steamship

connections N rth

and South, affording

low rates of inarine
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insurance, cheap port

charges and the en-

Soyment of good

health the year round.




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ID A.-V"IID 0 T_ A.1 IR ,
CAPTAIN M. P. USINA, MASTER,
LYING regularly between Fernandina
and Savannahi, and way, landings, upon
the following schedule. '
LEAVE FERNANDINA every Wednes-
day and Saturdiy evening, arriving at
Savannah the following day.
LEAVE SAVANNAH every Tuesday and
Friday evenings, reaching Fernandina the
following evening. .
Connections at Savannah .with all rail
lines, and with Ocean Steamship, Boston
and Baltimore vessels to and from New
York, Boston and Baltimore, and at Fer-
nandina with trains for all Florida points.
C. WIIAAMS, Agt.,
Savannah, Ga.,
SIMMONS & DOZER, Agts.,
Frnuandina, Fla.
F. W. SIMMONS, T. E. S. DOZIER,

NEW FIRM.





NO. 20 GCNTRE ST.,


Hotel Strathmore,
FERNANDINA BEACH.

0CEAN VIEW-SEA BREEZES-SURF
BATHING-FISHING, etc., etc.
New management for the season of 1887.
TABLE D' HOTEL and RESTAURANT.
Keals and Refreshments served on call.
The elegant and spacious PAVILION can
be engaged for EXCURSIONS, PICNICS,
HOPS, etc., and the BATH HOUSE is a
model of convenience, with its neat Dress-
ing and Toilet Rooms supplied with every
need, and with good attendants.
/!Y Terms reasonable.
R. S. SCHUYLER, Propr.


NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the following described lands will be
sold at public auction on the fifth day of
September, 1887, in front of the Court-House
doot, in Fernandina, Nassau County, Flor-
ida, or so much thereof as shall be necessary
to pay the amounts due for taxes and adver-
tising, herein set opposite the same, together
' with the costs of sale :


Cor. Second and CentreSts..,


FERNANI lA, 3lA


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I'T.


LU M B E R. .
The Amelia Steam Saw Mills
H AVE ON HAND, OR WILL' MAKE
to order;,all kinds of
FRAMING LUMBER,
A SASONED DRESSED FLOORING',
,DRE$SNfWBAT-HiBP~4W aQ4,,;.
DRESSED C9,Wti -..G
-LATH.
Lot of GULLS, suitable for fencing, VERY
CHEAP.
FIRE-WOOD-sh'ort lengths.
14 6nm J.0. READ.
Notice for Publication.
LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
June 21st, 1887.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the following named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final proof
in support of his claim and that said proof
will be made before Clerk of Circuit Court
of Nassau County, at Fernandina, Florida,
on Wednesday, August 31st, 1887, viz:
JOHN 0. JOHNSON, of Hilliard, Fla.,
D. S. 1,481, for Lots 3 and 4, Sec., 20, T. 3, N.
R. 23 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva-
tion of, said land, viz :
John Tomlinson, of Hilliard, Fla.;
Leven Tomlinson, of Hilliard, Fla.;
John Henderson, of Hilliard, Fla.;
Robert Henderson, of Hilliard, Fla.
S. C. TUCKER, Register.


A quiet, plain-looking, plainly- B,I.ll,-v, Newton... S Iof7_.. 77 $~
"d$fsed, Urassuhning, active ri-m:. Bi-r*,. C. H......... 14.......... ...... 26 11
J, : Bat.r, Daniel...... S of 7........ 45
io would re ttr,-tatentidn to "{ 10....... ..;.:.. 17
i. D ickinson, M rs. ) 7.......... :........ 39 1'.
isel personally, is recognize- as i.... on.... s. ..............
.,great, leader, and commands the ...... ......... ";,
admiration alnd respect ,of the pub- FIreeman, C.E..... E._9.,'1...... 77.
1*c. He illustrates the power of the Hannahan W. H.... 2................. 77
Johnsoii, Rose ... 3 ................. 12
press, when wiselydirt-ed, to shape In Old Town, { 4................ 12
King, Harriet ......... N of 6 ....... 47
the affairs of the State and to give MicFarland, E......... E J of 8...... 52
direction to public opinion. Nattiel, J ............. .. 18............... 7
4 ................. 52
S5 ................. 52 .
Remarkable Escape. Petty, Samutel..... 3................. 51
4 ................. 51
The steamship Montreal, of nearly 5 ................. 51 (
5,000 tons burden, .having nearly 250 Roux, Geo. 8......... 18 ............. 6 1
15.16, 17, 18,
people on board, was burned at sea 19, 20........ 56
dn the-open Atlantic, four hundred Read. J. C......... 2, 22,2 586 1
miles from shore, on the 11th of 29,30, 31...... 56 43
Augcust. The fire broke out at Saw-mill at Old .................59
night, and the discipline of the ship Town..... ..... .....2.. ................. 104
W ili m s2Pte .. .............. 4
was so perfect. .that the fire was kept williams Peter .. 3 ......... 40
"W ilkinson, John... 7 ................. 79,) 4
under until daylight, when every Wilkinson, Richard S I of 8 ........ 79 8
soul on board was received in the Wood, W.F., Jr 4 ................. 16 2

^ vv......vv...........r 16i 19
ship's boats and safely carried clear Wilson, T. L ... ..... Nj of 2 ...... 81 2
of the burning ship. -Fortunately 8............... 10 12
the boats shortly after warilsmet a 15, 16 ........ 19 5
10 and 11 ...... 28 7
barque, which received them on OwnerUnknown- 17 -and 18..... 269 5
board, from whence they were trans- 1 & 2,0. Twn 2 1
1 &2, 12 1,
erred to a passing steamer and car- 3, 4, 6 8 15. 1
tried safely to London. One boat, E..f-..1....5 5.
containing fifteen persons, which CHAS. V. HILLYER,
_ 1 .P' t.- TOY a nllector.


To WHOMASSSSSED LOTS. A
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but seeing that she needed no assistance,
he dismounted, threw the reins on the
neck of his horse and came toward me.
I called to him to "run, please," but he
was too good a horseman for that. Ad-
vancing quickly, he made a slight detour,
swinging himself lightly over the wall
and coming quietly up to me, slipped one
arm through the pony's bridle and pass-
ing the other round my waist, lifted me
from the saddle and -placed me gently on
the ground.
Thbe next moment Master Sprite found
himself on his four feet with a man firm-
ly seated on his back. Not liking the
change, the pony made a sudden attempt
to kick the new rider off; that failing,
tried to get rid of him by turning short
round and plunging sideways, a plan
which proved equally unsuccessful. Sprite
was a pony of much sagacity, and al-
ways, if he could, avoided any personal
discomfort. He therefore appeared to
submit, and even jumped the wall at the
signal, though the vicious kicks he gave
0n landing were calculated to unseat any
one, unless like a Centaur he had been
indissolubly joined to his horse. I think
Sprite deeply regretted that piece of
treachery. The lesson he received it did
me good to see,,md when at length he
was allowed a pause to recover breath
and spirits, a meeker, sadder, more in-
jured looking pony it would have been
hard to find.


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was rather an attraction to Leslie; though,
after one look at the white gleam inr hi
eye, I would have ordered a coffin and a
shroud sooner than mounted Quasimodo,
as the beast was called.
In no wise daunted -by the fact thai
the horse kicked at her the moment he
saw the skirt, adroitly evading the kick,
Les signed to the groom to put his hand
over Quasimodo's near eye, stole quietly
close up to the horse's shoulder, and
barely touching the hand Marion Dever-
eux offered, sprang lightly into the sad-
dle. Drawing the reins gently through
her fingers, she' ordered the groom to
back the horse out into the street without
letting go his head. On the way to the
park Quasimodo behaved well enough,
but the moment he telt the dirt road be-
neath his feet he lashed with a violence
that made me turn faint, made a couple of
awful back jumps, and went up -the West
drive in a succession of mad plunges,
snatching angrily at the bridle and taking
every bit of rein. I saw Leslie's light
figure braced well back, yielding just
enough at each plunge to ease the jar of
landing, I heard her clear voice ring out,
"Steady, boyl steady, sirl" and Marion
Devereux's "Well done wellriddeni"
when Walter, laying a hand gently on
my rein, checked Pet Marjorie's forward
start.
'-Your cousin is all right," he said.
"Do not follow her too closely; it would
only upset Pet Marjorie and spoil Miss
Leslie's pleasure by anxiety for you......
In fact, some twenty minutes later;
when we came up with the other two,
Quasimodo and Vindex were quietly
walking side by side, rubbing noses, and
doubtless discussing the quantity of
oats and quality of hay as earnestly
as their riders were arguing the often
mooted question as to whether Omar
Khayyam were Omar Khayyam, or if
Omax Khayyam were not Omar .Khay-
yam, then who Omar Khayyam could be.
No further pranks on the part of the
quadrupeds marred our long and delight-
ful ride, until, as we were returning,
some one proposed that we should take
the hurdle four abreast. This was most
successfully accomplished, and after
jumping we halted under the bridge just
below to let Marion Devereux dismount
and take a stone out of his horse's foot.
He was bending down, thus engaged,
when Walter cried out, "Take care, Miss
Effinghaml" But in a second, before
Leslie could gather up her reins. or use
her whip, Quasimodo calmly lay down on
his left side, thereby allowing Les time to
twist herself from under before he roile'tl
over and over in the wettest place he
could find, smashing the saddle to bits,
and covering himself with nmud from
head to foot.
Stately Les was a spectacle as she
rose from her undignified roll. Her
shining yellow hair was plastered with
black mud; hat, habit and boots were one
mass of sticky wet clay, but her good
humor was unruffled, and she. joined
heartily in the shouts of laughter which
greeted her as she rose.
Needless to say, Walter and Marion
both sprang at once to her assistance, but
beyond wringing out her hair and wiping
off the worst of the soft mud, little could
be done, Such incidents as this never
troubled Leslie; but when the saddle was
found to be a hopeless wreck, the ques-
tion was how to get home. Leslie re-
fused point blank to go up the foot path
and get on an Eighth avenue car, saying
she would walk to the entrance of the
park, and let the groom ride on and lead
Quasimodo back to his stable. Marion
Devereux at once proposed to put Leslie
on Index (she could ride quite well'side-
ways on a man's saddle) and walk by
her.
' To iar surpriise,-71eslie -did"not reject
this plan, nor when Walter suggested
that he and I should ride forward -and
send a carriage and wraps to meet her
at the gate did Leslie raise any objec-
tion.
As it turned out, that carriage must
have waited a long time. Perhaps Les-
lie and Marion took the "long path" that
our Autocrat tells of-the path that it
takes a lifetime to follow to the end.
Certain it is that hours passed before
Leslie reached home, and it was not long
before the columns of The Gotham Chit
Chat published as a social happening the
engagement of Miss Leslie Effngham to
Mr, Marion Devereux.
When, where and liow Walter and I
ar-ived at a life understanding must ever
remain between ourselves. Suffice it to
say that this conclusion was not reached
until Walter had acknowledged that the
asking me to exercise Pet Marjorie was
a mere device; that ever since class day'
he had wished to meet me again, and
that he had only deferred speaking so
long from the fear of losing the happi-
ness of seeing me every day.
Leslie's ring was a sapphire set in a
gold four leaved clover, and mine a soli-
taire set in the same way. We had a
double wedding, which many still re-
member, but by those in the secret it was
always called "The quatrefoil wedding."
--Allspice in Harper's Bazar...."


According to a German paper, the in.
ventor of lucifer matches was a political
prisoner, Kaemmerer, who perfected hii
idea in 1833,.-within the walls'of his
prison.
The jessamine has succeeded the
orange flower at weddings, according tc
a Paris newspaper.

I can think much better when there 11
no ceiling over my head.-Dr. Wm. A.
Hammond.


OLD SONGS. f /
Three times a day my prayer is,
To gaze my fill on Thoralls;;.
And three times thrice I daily pray
Not to offend that sacred May.
But all the year my suit must be,
That I may please, and she love me.
0 sleep, 0 sleep, fond fancy!
My head, alas! thou tirest
With false delight of that which thou destrest
Sleep, sleep, I say, fond fancy I
And leave my thoughts molesting#
Thy master's head hath need of sleep.and resl
ing.
Her hair's a net of golden wire,
Whefrein my heart led by my wandering-eyeo
So fast entangled is, that in no wise...
It can or will again retire;
But rather will in that sweet bondage die
Than break one hair to gain Its liberty,,.


QUATREFOIL.."

Some two or three years ago any -m
passing through Fifty-ninth stret,'Now
York, about 9 o'clock- on pleasant'mio fri
ings might have seen two girls on horse-
back, attended by a sta, elderly groom
enter the Eighth avenue gate of Centra
Park, and presently disappear under the
leafy archway which forms the entrance
to the Bridle road.
These two girls were my cousin Leslie
Effingham and myself, Louise Marie
Arbuthnot, usually known to all my in-
timates as Lou Arbuthnot. Leslie was a
tallU slender girl with straight classic fea-
ture.' marble' White omplexion, and %
perfect rope of hair, "yellow like ripe
corn." 'On horseback, in her perfectly
fitting habit, absolutely molded to her
figure, she was one continued sinuous,
graceful outline from head to foot.
Moreover, she was very clever, studious,
and well read, and had but one serious
fault in my eyes, that of being morbidly,
incurably shy, and especially with men.
One would have thought every man was
a wolf in sheep's clothing.
In this respect, as in most others, I was
a perfect contrast to Leslie, as I was
short, plump, and rosy cheeked, with
curly brown hair, and I have been told
often that the- dimples round my mouth
and'under my eyes are-- But..,there!
What is the use of repeating sucl things?
At that time I had been advised to try
riding for my health, and Leslie, who al-
ways went out every day, had invited
me to accompany her regularly. To this
plan I had but one objection-the fact
that I am, and always was, an ,arrant
coward on horseback. My father, who
is an Englishman, had me taught in the
ne plus ultra riding school, andattempted
to instill into me his belief on the subject
of horses, which he often summed up-in
two formulas, viz.: 1, all horses caL 6e
ridden; 2, a horse which ,can be ridden
by a man can be ridden by a woman.
Although by dint of instruction I
learned to ride well enough ,on a quiet
horse, and even to sitka plunge or two,
I was afraid all the time, ando if an ani-
mal is at all positive about -having his
own way he is sure to get it with me.
To. this day I prefer to ridea trotting
Lorse, because when a trotting horse is
trotting I am sure he is not running
away "
'N<.-words can tell how I hated and
feared my black pony Sprite, and well
did the little wretch know it and take
advantage of his power. Perhaps three
mornings out of four he would go along
quietly enough, the fourth he would shy
at every baby wagon, D. P. P. cart, drain
cover, or bright pebble he could see, kick
at imaginary flies, squat like a rabbit if
he saw a bicycle, then leap up and scut-
tle away in the same fashion. Worse
still, though he had absolutely no. fear of
the elevated" road, at- suchl "tiqeas he
would not go under it, but turning short
round and rising placidly on his hind
legs, would give me the option of getting
off over his tailor surrendering at dis-
cretion.
In vain, did Leslie. urge, scold, coax,
and ridicule me; tlhe result was always
the same: her grpom bad to come up and
lead Sprite. .
Leb I e, who in the &addle k new nofear,'
could :,t realize'my timidity. Her own
horse, a powerful bay. thoroughbred,
seemed to me a perfect terror, liable as
he was at any moment to jump an un-
known number of feet off the ground,
lash out viciously while in the air, then
landing, a dozen feet farther on, canter
,away as quietly :as before; but Leslie
likedJ notliig bettet.' ,
.Not it hstainding my frequiet terrors,
these morning rides were very pleasant.
Often we ntet and, exchanged greetings
with girls whom we knew, though we
seldom joined any other party. Some
riders we were nearly sure to meet,
among them Milicent Tremaine on her
pretty but wicked little mustanig andi
about tlis,,tinme you were pretty-apt to
s,..e Fred' ." Varn,:le:rh'aviien's show-y" black
mare Forget Me Not trotting as'close
alongside the Comet as the pony would
allow. Often, too, we met the Dayton
twins, and raiax0r slune we were, sure to
see those fast fiends Rhita Travers and'
-Edith Mlayfield. It always amused mie
to see Les and Edith Maytield scan :each:


other 's4orses. Both were, inr*school'par-
lance, crack riders, ;but Les had ridden
all her life while Mi.s- Mayfield had only
been riding a few years. Though Les:
wa. by far the' handsomest woman and
most graceful rider, Edith was hard to
beat for dash, pluck and fearlessness. As
her cousin, Graham Vane, ust I to say: "I
never mind seeing E4ith on a.bad horse
as I'would another woman. I always
feel sure she' will' come out all right
somehow or other.' She has the knack
of matlging horses."
Mlisc Malaield needed to have a knack,
for I never saw any one ride habitually
such satzmic animals, though Leslie some,
times Upoked positively envious, while
Edith *,neer failed to cast- an admiring
glance a It.slhE iandsbuie'Rouslian BeY,"
especially .4 t tlie time he h nieed to
be hi~g$i9ita- %-ofe',By o fhe,
hiind l F ,4;.-
One, Boig [te m Ap il we rode up
to the en..'o ,hltw h a;venfie, and turned
into a fiet-.to -ump, while Leslie sent her
groom 'off -caan a- errand,, saying, that
meantime she would give Rou,4ban Bev
bome practice.over a stone wall. I
jumped 'Sprite over the low rail fence'
tlhat diid:d hie field from the road. and
this tjeat,eatiolifd all my anibition in that
line.'
Leslie put Rousfan Bey-at the' highest
part of the stone wall, which he cleared
grandly. but broke&away.on landing, and
Leslie could not at once pull him in.
Sprite, llihin'g himself deserted, rushed.
at the wall stopped short, then, rising on
hils hihd legi, planted his forefeet on the
top ston', 'and stood, calmnly but firmly
refusing to move. I screamed to Leslie
to pome quick, while .Sprite only whisked
his little docked tail, cocked his ears, and
actually wiggled with enjoyment of my
dilemma.. '
At my call Leslie turned her horse
round to corn e.,o cone to my assistance,
but Roushan Bey, alarmed at the curious
spectacle, refused to come near me, rear-
ing angrily at each attempt Leslie made
To'form. him Up.
At this moment I saw a horseman
com, ngrapidly toward us, evidently in-
tending t6 jump. At my shriek he


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I had long since recognized my cham-
pion as Mr. Walt4r Deverux, a classmate
- of my elder brother Clarence, though I
had not sehpphi i since class day, when
3 he beguiled me out of "five dances.- I
7 thanked him warmly, and Leslie quietly,
r for his assistance, though I was still
thoroughly scared at the ride home that
lay before me.
As Mr. Devereux talked he kept Sprite
moving up and down, and seemed to be
adjusting the saddle. Suddenly he lifted
it off the pony, and before I realized
what was going on he had his own saddle
on Sprite and was buckling mine on his
horse.
"What are you going to do?" I asked,
hastily.
"With your permission, Miss Arbuth-
not, I am going to put you on my mare
and ride your pony back myself,'' was
the answer. "Pet Marjorie is a per-
fectly trained and steady animal, and
just now you are not in a condition to
contend with that willful little pony of
yours."
Leslie looked very much as if she
would have liked to object, but did not
well know how to do so. Nothing could
be-urged against Ml. Devereux except
her general aversion, to men, and she
was, besides, I think, a good deal morti-
fied at having failed to get Roushan Bey
up in time.
Mr. Devereux was therefore permitted
to join us on our homeward ride. Sprite
was a marvel of propriety, though an oc-
casional shy or swerve made me glad I
was not on his back.
Somehow after that it came about that
Mr. Devereux often accompanied us on
our rides. I was more timid than ever,
and Mr. Devereux undertook to give
Sprite some much needed lessons in sub-
mission to his lot, begging me meantime
to keep Pet Marjerie exercised, as he
wanted his sister to ride her later on.
Once or twice Clarence went with us,
but he and Leslie never got on well to-
gether. Les did not like chaff, and had
no small talk; indeed, I am afraid she
was often bored by the incessant banter
that Mr. Devereux and I kept.'up; but
then she could always abstract herself,
and find sufficient company in Roushan
Bey.
I It was not long before I knew that
.Walter Devereu x was over.shead and ears
in love'with me, while I--well, I did not
want to define to myself what I thought
about him. Fbr the first time in my life
I was curiously,, strangely shy with a
man. I did not want him to go-away,
still less did I want to be forced to any
decision, for life was so bright-and happy
just then I dreaded any change. Though
we met often elsewhere, the rides were
best of all-trees, birds, and squirrels tell
no tales. *
One morning, after a brisk canter up
the west side of the reservoir, we pulled
up at the north end, and turned out on
the East drive, meeting face to face a
'horseman who was trotting leisurely
down (lie drive. "Walter!" "Marion!"
broke from the stranger and Mr. Devereux
sbuUtltamit-usly,-as the two men clasped
hands' Then, turning to us, Walter
Devereux asked permission to introduce
his brother Marion.
Leslie, I could see, was utterly discon-
c.erted, and instantly relapsed into one of
her most desperate fits of dumb shyness-
an infirmity which had been gradually
disappearing under the influence of Walter
Devereux's sunny, cordial manners and
bright boyish ways.-" Nevertlieless she did
her best, and after a few words had
passed we all continued up the East
drive, Leslie leading with Walter. This
arrangement did not altogether please
;,me. Tlioughi Martin Devereux made
himself very agreeable his big gray
horse, Vindex, was too frisky to suit me
as a neighbor. As we were turning
around the north, end of the park, Pet
Marjorie did something or other that
caused me to give,-a slight scream and
'drop, my i-whil, This brought Walter
back at once, and caused Vindex to dance
and prance in a way that at once excited
Leslie's admiration, while the abomin-
able capers that Roushan Bey immediate-
ly proceeded to execute as evidently.filled
Marion Devereux with respect and 'ap-
proval. *" .
W~alter found that Pet Marjorie's girths
needed tightening, and I took the oppor-
tunity to ad just my hair. Perhaps Walter;
need not have- spent so much time button-':
ing my gloves and arranging my. skirt,
but men are silly creatures, .he wisest oqt

,When we oreirtoo-L'eslie anid Mario*!
they were half way up Seventh avenue,
walking heir horses slowly forward and
chatting like" old friends; and next morn-
ing, when. Walter and Marion appeared
,together, there were no black looks or
Freezing glances from Leslie-quite the
reverse. Once get.a shy girl started, and
what a pace she will go! In less than a
fortnight Les and Marion had neither
eyes, ears, nor tongue for anyone but
themselves. Shakespeare says something
about making a pair of stairs to love (at
least Mary Anderson says it, if Shakes-
peare didn't), but what these two made
was a toboggan slide If I had acted so!
One day late in June we all met at the
riding school for the last time before sep-
arating for the, summer.- This ride we


meant should be a long one, but the day
was very unpromising. It had rained
the whole night through, the roads were
very muddy, and the sky anything but
clear. Nevertheless, aftermuch discus-
sion, and sitting around the parlors, and
going to the door to look at the weather,
"6ut" was the word, and the horses,
which had been saddled and turned round
since 9 o'clock, were ordered down.
A new delay! Roushan Bey had rubbed
the buckle of his halter into his eye dur-
ing the night, and could not be ridden.
Leslie, always prompt, at once sent for
an old steeplechaser belonging to her
uncle Mr. Chiswick, which was kept at a
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515 a
545 a
6 53 a
7 20 a
8 00 a


Nitkw YORK OFFICE--83 Walker St. [


640p
.7 25 a
8 13 a
8 32 a
8 58 a
9 08 a
10 05 a
10 20 a
128 a
12 45 p


St. John's & Lake Eusis Division.
am pin
L 600 ................. AstOr.................A 710
A 830 ............ Fort Mason...........L510
L pmi am "
320 ..... .. .. .... ........ A 10 35
3 50 ........ ....... L irr .......... ........ L 9 55a
410 ........ .. O ai ..- EB.=ud ..... ........ "t 940
4 20 ........ .............. Lisbon ...................... 9 30
440 ........ ......... Grand Island.:....... ......... 910
510 ...................Fort Mason .......... A 5 10 905
530 900 ............ Eustis................... "425 850
5 40 9 10 ............ Mt. Homer ............ L 3 55 810
600" 925 ..... .. Tavareq ..... .'345 800
610A 940 Loin.rP., Y ... ..... "305 740
CONNECTIONS '
At Palatka, with Jacksotvillel,:Tampa & Key
West Railway, and St. AL-gustibe and Palatka
Railway, and fast river steamers, for St. Au
gustine, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville, and
all points North, East and Vtest.
Mail trains make close ennection both ways
via Jacksonville, Tampa, & Key W~st Railway, at
Jacksonville, with Atlantic Coast Line-fast mail.
At Gainesville, with thrQogh Pullman Sleepers
over Savannah, Florida & Western Railway; for
New Orleans, Cedar Key. ensacla, Savannah,
Albany, Montgomery, Louisville, St. Louis, and
all points West.
At Ocala. with Florida &..aiwai Nai imati.ii
Company and S. S. 0, G. R R. .
At Astor, with St. Johr's River steamers, for
Jacksonville, Sanford an.d wviY landings.
At Leesburg, with th : J.-.hhi's & Lake Eustis
Division of the Florida southern' Railway, and
boats on Lakes Harris aid Eustis, for points on
Lakes.
At Tampa with Plant sbamshipsevery Monday
and Thursday for Key Wet and Havana.
At Lakeland with Souti Florida Railroad for
Tampa, Kissimmee, Orla)do and Sanford.
At Punta Gorda with t.:.am k Alice Howard
and Walkatomica for ribi t la.a'a and Fort
MyerS.
J 3. A. LARNERD,
.....W i g t.lin 'u, h
lf-i fl'Z :l A1 a u .?L .. ..-..


WNIOLESALE AND RETAIL HEADQUARTERS, FOR,


A. M. A. M.
Leave Leesburg (FlaSo'Ry).. "- .055
P. M.
Oeqala ......................... 12 43
lmt-v le .... ...... 645 ,130
Arrive Palatka........,.............. 10 40 410
Leave Paiatka .... .... .-....-.... 4 If 11 17 4 19
Green Cove ................. 521 1219 Pm 5 16
Magnolia .................... 5M3 .1222 518
Orange Park.... ......... 5 58, 1256 548
Arrive Jacksonville............... 6 30 a 128p 620p
Three trains betweenJacksonville and Sanford&
No change of cars between Jacksonville and
Tampa.
The12.30'pnm ,."ubiiu fat mail train await-: th.,
arrivalofthe t'ait wail fro:m (tih N,:,rth. a4 st:,p,
only at the t,.rine:-ilal etatinonsanud at Le-t,,u n snet(
Palatka, In.Mklr] r,:,nni,:,u at "tnupi with
steam ers*f.-,r Kv W,- :-t, ,,.J1 FLt\'ian 0-C M-1 d.v
and Thursday've,-_,rig, Pulluwau Butret Slh-f,
ing Cars. ar& attached to this train from New
York through to- Tampa, and to 8.20 p m train
from Tampa through to Washington.. \
Direct counectioni uad.e at Palatkawith (he
Florida Southern Pnihiiv u., and from Gaines-
ville, Ocala, Leesburg, and other points reached
by that road; also with the St. John's & Halifax
Railway for Ormond,D.Pyt~ona, etc; at Hunting'to
wih stages for Cbeseent Cityj; at Orange City J u 6no
tion with the B. S, 0. C. & H. Ry for Lake Helen-
and New Smyrna: at MOnroe with Orange Belt
Railway for Longwood 'and Oaklandti at Sanford
-.u, aill i:.':*La> ir.i.-:,he'ibs.-udii fflor-ida E-aiad.
Ste,luer l>a\>-; ritumville- for Cocoa, Rockledge,
Melbourne and intermediate landings on Indian
River, at 8 am Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Returning leaves Melbourne at 5.30 am Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
City ticket office, northwest corner of Bay and
Hogan streets.
L. C. DEMING, G. T. A.
M. R. MORAN, Gen. Sup't & G. P. A.


All trains of this Road artrun by Central Stand-
ard.iuf..
TIME"CARD IN'EF-- CT JUNE 19, 1887.
PASSENGER TRAINS .will leave and arrive
-dafly, as follows : '.
WEST INDIA FI&ST MAIL.
Arrive Jacksonville .. 12:00 noon
Leave Jacksonville 7.00 a m
Arrive Waycross ........... 9.18 am

Jesup ............." ......... ......... ........ 10:32 -am -
-_ a\ .ii L.,h .........,. .......... ........ I 1- ie., p m
Charleston ,...,........,......... 4:46 pm
Richmond.. ... 6:54 a m
Washington 11:30 am
Baltim ore ................................... 12:40 pm
Philadelphia 3.10 p m
New York 5.50 p m
Pullman Buffet Cars toand from New York
and Jacksonville and Pullman Sleepingcars to
-and from Jacksonville and Tampa
NEW ORLEANS EXPRIsS.
Arrive Jacksonville 7:45 p m
Leave Jacksonville ...... 7:00 a m
Arrive W aycross...................................... 9:18 a m
Arrive Thomasville ................................ 1:22 p m
Arrive Bainbridge....... ........................ 3:35 p mi
Arrive Chattahoochee............................. 4:04 p m
Arrive Pensacola via L & N R R ............. 10:10 p m
Arrive Mobile via L & N R P. .................. 2:15 a m
Arrive New Orleans via L & N I R ......... 7:10 a m
. Pullman Buffet Cars to and fr)m Waycross and
New Orleans, via Pensacola am Mobile.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.
Leave Jacksonville. ......... 2:05 p m
Leave Callahan.. 2:47 p m
Arrive Wayeross .............. 4:40 p m
Arrive Savannah 7:58 p m
Arrive Charleston .............. 1:25 a m
Arrive, Wilmington. "? 8:25 a m
Arrive Weldon ................ 2:40 p m
Arrive Richmond ............ 6:00 p m
Arrive Washington.... 11:00 p m
Arrive New York 6:50 a m
Pullman .Buffet Sleeping tars to and from
Jacksonville to New York.
EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.
Arrive Jacksonville....................... ,.......... 9:45 a m
Leave Jacksonville .................................. 4:15 p m
Leave W aycross .......... ............................. 7:20 p m
Leave Gainesville ............... ................... 3:45 p m
Leave Lake City ................. ..................... 3:25 p m
Leave Live Oak 6:55 p m
Leave Thomasville .................................10:55 p m
Arrive Albany ...... 1:22 a m
Arrive Montgomery via Central R R ........ 7-26 a m
Arrive Mobile via L & N R R ................ 1:50 p m
Arrive New p-l ans HIJ.&H.N _*.R..,.... 7:20 p m
Arrivx Sa~ype .a l &-V B R..'^.,.... 7.05 p m
Arr-ive Loulsvlle Via L & N R B ...:..:.... 2:12 a m
Arrive Cincinnati via L & N RR............... 6:35 a m
Arrive St. Louis via L & N R R ................. 7:35 a m
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville
and St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, Mont-
gomery and Nashville.
EAST TENNESSEE EXPRESS.
Arrive Jacksonville ............ 7:25 a m
Leave Jacksonville .............. .................. 7:00 p m
Leave Callahan ............... 7:40 p m
Arrive Waycross ................ 9:30 p m
Arrive Jesup .. 10:57 p m
Arrive Macon, E T, V & G R R.,,..":........ 3.45 a m
Arrive Atlanta, E T, V &G R R .............. 7.15 a m
Arrive Chattgnooga, via E T, V & G R R. 1.25 p m
Pullman Buffet Cars and passenger coaches to
and from Jacksonville and Chattanooga.
SAVANNAH EXPRESS.
Arrive Jacksonville f1...... 5:30 a m
Arrive Gainesville .............. ......% t.......10:30 a m
Leave Jacksonville ........ 9.00 p m
Leave Gainesville ........ 3:45 a m
Leave Lake City 8:25 p m
Leave Live Oak ...... 6:55 p m
Arrive W across ...................................... 11.45 p m
Arrive Albany via B& W R RB.................. 5.00 a m
Arrive Macon via Central R R ................ 9.10 a m
Arrive Atlanta vla Central R R ............... 1.05 p m
Arrive Chattanooga via W &'A R R ......... 7.05 p m
Arrive Cincinnati via C S R R ................. 6:40 a m
Arrive Savannah.... ................................. 6:10 a m
Arrive Charleston ............ 11:40 a m
Pullman Buffet Cars Jacksonville to Cincln-
natti and through coaches Jacksonfville to Chat-
tanooga.
Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from Jackson-
ville and Savannah. I .
Through Tickets sold to all points by rail and
steamship connections and baggage checked
through. Also Sleeping Car berths and sections
secured at Company's Office in Astor's building,
82 Bay street, andc at Passenger Station, and on
board People's, Line Steamers "H. B. Plant" and
"Chattahoochee," and De Bary-Baya Line Steam-
er "City of Jacksonville."
WM,P. HARDEE,
General Passenger Agent.
G. B. FLEMING, Superintendent.

CLIEND vour Pamphlet Printing to The


THE ST. AUGUSTINE ROUTE.

JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE &
HALIFAX RIVER RAILROAD.
St. Augustine Division of the Jacksonville,
Tampa & Key WepgRailway.
- AIR-LINE and the Only Rail Route Between
Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 7, 1887.
Trains leave Jacksonville from Ferry Wharf,
foot of Newnan street:
GOING SOUTH. Mixed. Pass,,' Pass.
Leave Jacksonville ............... 800 100 410
Arrive St. Augustine ............. 10 30 245 545
GOING NORTH. Mixed. Pass. Pass.
.. ..'...... A X PM P M
Leave St. Augustine ............ 730 1145 400
Arrive Jacksonville ............. 950 120PM 545
SUNDAY trains leave Jacksonville at 9 am and
4 pm; arrive St. Augustine 10.45 am and 5.45ppr.
Leave St. Augustine 8.45 a m and 4.10 p mI arrive
Jacksonville 10.20 a m and 5.45 p m. ,
L. C. DEMING, G. T. A.
W. L. CRAWFORD, Superintendent.
Silver Springs, Ocala & Gulf R.R.
HIG LAND ROUTE.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APRIL 27.
South Bound. STATIONS. North Bound.
No. 3. I No. 1. No. 2. No. 4.
Lv 4 00 piLv 7 00 a ..... Ocala.... Ar 9 45 a Ar 6 45 p
"409pI "7 09 a .... Agnew.... Lv 9 36 a Lv6 36 p
4 24 p 7 24 a ..... Martel .... 9 21 a 621p
442p 7 42 a ..... Leroy ..... 9 03 a 6 03 p
5 00 p! "8 00 a .... Juliette... 8 45 a 5 45 p
Ar515p;Ar815a.Dunnellon "830a "530p


"a" means a. m.; "p" means p. m.
No. 1 connects at Dunnellon with stage line for
Middle Ground, Crystal River and Homosassa.
Nos. 2 and 3 connect With F. R. & N. and Flori-
da Southern Railways at Ocala for all points in
Florida, North and East.
Close connection and only one change to the
Withlacoochec and Blue rivers from points North
and East.
N. R. GRUELLE, G, N. SAUSSY,
Superintendent. Gen'l. Pass. Agt.
A. P. MANN, Jr., General Manager.


FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

r HE finest Beach in America; the health-
JL iest city in the South; the finest cli-
mate in the world, winter and summer.
The Egmont is elegantly furnished, and
offers unsurpassed accommodations,
Rates $2.50 to $3 per day.
33 R. S. LUKENBILL, Prop'r.
W. K. BAUKNIGIIT,
AGENT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
UTCHER AND STOCK DEALER.
AND
Dealer in Ice
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
BROOm STREET WHARF,
1-ft FERNANDINA, FLA.

J_. T3I- SV:M-L'-L'--,
CONFECTIONER AND BAKER,
No. 48 CENTRE STREET.
G OOD BREAD AND GOOD PASTRY
at all times.
Parties supplied with Cakes, etc., at short
notice and at reasonable prices. 32 tf
ILL HEADS PRINTED IN THE
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LADIESC Do your own Dyeing,
LAD*U I B.f 1, Sat Home, with the
PEERLESS DYES.
They will dye everything. They are sold every-
where. Price 10e. a package: 40 colors. They
have no equal for Strength, Brightness, Amount
in Packages, or for Fastness of Color or non-fading
Qualities. They do not crock or smut. For sale
by HORSEY & CO., Pharmacists, Centre street,
Fernandina, Fla. 24-1y
A DVERTISERS WISHING A GOOD MEDIUM
th -.-h w ip t.l.tn aoh th.A^ n nhip wn i~ ild tin


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THE FLORIDA MIRKOR-AUGUST


27, 1887.


Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.
,DIRECT ALL RAIL ROUT-E
: ---- BETWEEN ---
Jacksonville, Green Cove Spring, Palatka,
,. Gainesville, Ocala,, Leesburg, DeLahd,
Enterprise' Titusville, Sanford, Sor-
renLo, Tavares, Winter Park, "
Orlando, Tampa, and
Southern Florida.
TfllE TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE. 27, 1887.
(JLeave Jacksonville from S., F. & W. Ry Stn,:,u. 1
C'ubau
GOING SOUTH. Pass. Mail Pass.
Daily Daily
A. M P. M. "-P. M.
Leave Jacksonville............... 800 1230 345
"' Orange Park .............. 830 1266 418
Green Cove Spring ...... 905 124 454
A rtI, .L inP tka. ................ ..Ii I,, 2 11 553
L.: e Pf,, ., ... ..... ........ n,,,, 215 600
P I.oi' a .......... .. ..... l, 1 ....... 6 34
Uli, nttUL.'t,,Li....... .. 1,, ':,l ... 6 46
..- \,Hlr... ........... .. 11 1- "10 7 10
'" DL-uii Jun,.[t,,h ..1- i.'.- PM" 8352 805
Array,: DeLahi EeI ,a Ij.ad-, ,..12 25 4 1 ,
Leavt DeLanA. I : ll :,I 1 7 41.1
Leave Orange City Junction..12 20 4 ..1 S',I
Enterprise'Junction...12-32 412 831
m,:.rnr,:,. .. .. ......... .. 1 .' 4 18 8 38
Arrnvt a!.-.-^ ,l...... ................I-,., PM 430PM 848
A. M: P. M.
Leave Sanford .......... .. ....... 900 500,
A rr ,...rre -t(>:> .... ...-..... 1U 12. 5 57 .
Mt. Dora...............;......10 32 613
T u 'dl-s ..... ....... li 4 I i ;
A rrive Er, t: ,ri .c............ ... 4 -:P
Lt-nl\",- E it,.r~irnic. .. .... ...... 4 .j,
.teu ..... .... ... .... 55
L i it, r. ", .................... ";, -7
A rri e I' ........ ....... .. "
... .. ... .._....... 6 1S
Leave afola~~dqSo.Fla. RP..I. l I,.
Arri Ae O lia[ii.d .......... ......".' 5 ., *_
'I i .i..m c. ...... ......... .. ;1)
LaIkn ln ,-i ................... f4 SIII
"" ]E'a rt,:. ...... ........ ........... 4j
] :t ni.a .. ....... ...... ...* 9" I"
Ld.a\'e Piliitka l Fl^^ J $.ilj^t' ---
.a r r i e .'Hitesv lle.l.-. ,.^., f"'%i'T '-
"" Ou ela ..T ". ....... ..-: 1 1!S
Li-1-i.,urg ... ........ .*:.. '3 15
b r,-':.k.!\ ilk ...... : ......... :y)

':;i;.I N'. NORTH, fail. P-iQ. P ,".
F. M. A. M, A. M.
Leave Tawp, i-,.:, Fla RR 1. 810v .
l- a k el a -,d ........ .... 9 3 0 '
E .trt>_. .............. .. .. ,
K4"LM5?U ll l' ..... ..... ... 6i lllJ 6 .t l III 1
1* I-rlarQl.b I ..... ... ... .. 11 21.iii 7M It. I, '.
A r'v r- t t l........... .... 11 .,m 67 11 .1'-1f
l \ '. ril;,ll .................... 2Z I
L L,, l tu\'iDh .................. 4I 4.1
.. ................. ..... rd
I ... ................... I 12p
Arrlne Eu trir i-rL .....- .. ... 133
Lei ve% Entar i-r i ...... ........ 1 3,
A,. Mi. P. M.
L -jv\e Tu a rs.s .. .. ... ...... ... 7 ,11 .11 4iin
M r. I, .:.r ..... .I 115 7
S,:IF reLit.... .. .............. 7 2,3' 12 1;
A rr iv S.an 6j4'.1............ ...... 1 \ 1
1.cdve aU fi:,rl............ ...... 1 15 ..;l 1 :i
"' lkl,:,.h u ........ .. ... S 4 44
Ora~igef.JityJunh.ti.:,u. I 4r. S '", 9 "112"
I'eLaq id .1iit [1,.,n ....... 200 912 213
AtrIUV,: DlLauid IDeLatjd R.\ i y4 -, 2 7
Lc-ave DhLaud ::A 1 5=,


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GENTS. F URNISHNGUN, GO-A DS::. ,-


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Our 15 cenpt White. a"nd 18 ce t"S Fa icy-lored Mattings .efiy
com petition. '. :, *, ..... ., :.
MosqRito Nets complete at $1.25i Hawmivcks $1 and $1.26.'
Window Shades $ a pIai. Lace' Curtains $1.50: up to f 650.'
ScAM -18 cents a yard; worth 25 cents. .. .

)....L,' ':''/,m--A.- Latest styles in Gents' White a=d Bta'
(vHll^ .^_lj-S) Derbys at pop ular prices. Our Asock of
"' S traw Hals embraces a. line frtmn !the cheaip-
est STR-AW to the best- MXCtKINAWA and M;LUNII"IA.,

THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT- ,
lElu:r:.r:es a line, of the best MDiagonal and Cassimere Suits, and a-ehiee-
assortment of Seersuckers, Alpacas' and Silk Pongees, t't, a.e as"
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WAYCROSS SAORT LINE.


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R. R., on N by
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'7:T "LORIDA MIRROR The Good Book'tells us we may some- AN ORDINANCE NOTICE.
.^ FUJ 14--, --4 i- /. = .L*--A A 'times entertain angels unaware. "A few To Provide a Revenue from LI- ?r-TiCE is hereby grven-that the following described lands will besold at public auc- M.
SS L ' . -D UI.Iahr. days o s"o,, t he Mi la n (Tenn. ..,- cense or Occupation Tax. I_ tion on the 5th da3 of September, at the Court-House in Fernandina, in the County
Puk"es day ag, say th1,a Tnn)E-o ccpto a
^- ,-'g.. --h a- n change, several, ladies sitting with a sick DE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR of Nassau, or so much iereof as will be necessary to pay the amounts due for State and W.
A -.. ,R, ._014 0 ly" r XMONVTHS friend saw-but we will let the Exchange B and City CPundl of the city of Fer- County Taxes, herein s opposite to the same, together with cost of sale and advertising: l.
uandina: a
;* .-\tell its own story: "On last Saturday SBCrON 1. No person shall engage in or
f.'t^ th^i Qeuts for eOyg 4 -about sundown, on thq Sterl- manage any business, profession or occupa- Jo
fiftdf0.tion mentionedd in this ordinance without 0 T.l
~Ji -tlom hmg1 l 'figl lohnln place, two and a half milch3 0
.'. io & ... @Out~s.of~ln six aligedls were seen having first procured, a city license therefor l -o Mc < .
*e.asta iio yead tolydwinohearofr.Wo, frorn the City Tax Collector. 9 .m IM
tpadSEC., 2. A city license shall be issues +t oune E ylnd of J. Pendar- +.o
MligMt a widoV ld.tsemdttMr. any person entitled to receive the same, by JT. TAlbritt~on ............ { is, S W by Thomas Swamp,NPe
rn fti9 tsae, fis.lrn.eaeion, man 1Ce Woid taas very low ,ith sickness and the City fax Collector, upon the receipt of ( and W by lAnd of J Booth.-...... 41 2 N 25 E 81 $ 597 Pe
fOtent Mw.oar tlhe fi insertion, and 10 Nente several q4adies were present attending to the amourit hereinafter provided, together -, fBounded on S by Mill's Swamp,
m tehnei adth ln rtlon. Nothngcounted. sick. Upon looking out of the win- with Clerk's fee of twenty-five cents for p B. Bryant ........ ....-1 N by R R, E and W by lands of
tlian mthr lis. dow t*ey saw an angel, and in a moment each license; and the City Clerk shall sign [ J. D. Buford ............................. 42 2 N 25 E 16 2 13
eang Notloeg, set In Brevier, 20 Cents a line more",t waqjoined by five others., They every such license, and affix the city seal ; : In centre of F. P. Sanchez grant. 5 2 N 25 E ..40
ebreveriyatiol. Nothing ousted le thean were th4Wulv for a few minutes and thereto, Jas. Burney ................
three .14as, e~ebptlby P, ip ial agr, eeme o k t ei ',fl g s ri h pun.i SEC. 3. No licenses shall be issued for m oreAl of. .................. 8 2 N 6E 6412 7
threet ,a,. m.oe t han 6p e mout. tbew.ght, with trghe up u thi o year, and all licenses shall expire .(As described in a deed on record
bpSttiata oe moh willlotfo ingswrew inthe, with athae ee at n,.,on onthe first day of October in each R. B. Brown ............ book W, pages 89-90, also store-
bl~ fl~bnapp on. tion of wings, were in he fornn and shape yar. License may be issued at any time .house lot...... .......................... 1 28
A .t .Vert 1Aem-tR mnuitbe paid for of man, clear cut and finely formed fea- during the year for the fractional or unex- Newton Bradley. ...;......Block 77, S J of lot 7, Fernandina 540
tf ;aleedtne*1ftllWberettided.monthly. tures, and were clothed in garments of pired 'portion of the year (except as herein- Alexander Braddoc..,...S W I of N W i........................ 24 3 N 24 E 40 505
'. ,JOB WOBK, "* pure and spotless white, while a halt) of after provided), to begin on the first day of (W part W. Gibson grant, in a deed (-"
Jtfb.w otkLoonadered. cas on delivery. Par- heavenly lightencircled their heads. The the month in Which such license is issued J. H. Conner .......... i..:" on record in book U, in pages
tis JlVA4M b euhred. W ke a depot above was told to us as the truth, and and Lo end on October first following, at L(21-22, county records ........ ....... 46 I"N 25 E 74 5 19
.l tteooer the eipease wbrk to epap be vouched for by the. ladies ,ho noon, as aforesaid ; and the amount charge- Will. Cain ........ N .... ... 'of N W J .... :..................,...19 4 N 25 E 40 3 58"
0 __ q-e~ ~me a~ g~n~ri! i h abl ,'rsc iense shall be in proportion Frank Wone ... .J.. Nof N ... W ................ ........ 3 2 N 24 E 40 4 31'
ex. wet in|jna-eip~ r.Wc.B al 'rsc i
rkxtz that as itm ytoh s ra e o sie a l the t41le for which it is issued, with full D. Colley .................. .... Lot 1 ......................................... 24 4 N -25 E 5 01
x tl ed.t al time pa itd.'-Or a expired, tad excitement in the neightbdorhcdA." lee of tenty-five cents in each case. Oliver Cohen ................ Lot 4, black 59, Hilliard ............... 18
S. pd. Any license moay be transferred, Tony Conover ................ N E corner of ............................ 19 2 N 25 E 2 3 56
tyie he 1,pa 1w be disoontinied unless a re .. %ith, tile approval of the Mayor, with the Miss Capo ..................... Block 2, l.,t :,, FeriandJir, .01
I s fmide. -btluint-s for which the same was issued, Jos. J. Conner ........... ...N E J of S W I ... .................. 14 1 N 23 E 80 3 $1
1 M. i nt s a d sl and t W R. Craw .......E... N IofN W ........................ 4.14 X 24E 40 3 7-
k . 1tt 1M ".e os n t. oE. An t ere p s of bo tnesls and to rdingsfem- WatAll of .......... ..gr n............................ 40 2 N 27 E .50
0-4. pl,.,\,nd therein l; but such tran sferred license In N E or............................. 43 2 N 7 E 150
t"'.....0" 8,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~h Il" Ilal not be good for any, longer time nor John Clay .............i loEc:?[[]i'[''...,:.:[:]102 7E:6

11I{ l ^ ^ l t e~ w r b 0 A l"j l of ................................. ........... 40 2 N 27 E '- 6
.s'" p' e rl" eatitri l aepTHEi X C.V an.% other place than that for w which it w as [In N E corner ..................... ....... A 3 2 27 E 21 2
..Hina ,yll s i e e l ta lor ........ .......... ................ ....... 41 3 N 27 E 5 7284
V', I=t &, eiTima.llla on- the SEC..5. Keepers of hotels and boarding- .Watermian grant ....... .................. .66 3 "2 27 EE 284266
-1 ad filat unless they 10 houles shall pay for licensed as. follows : A1 of ........................ .... ............ 43 3 2 E 30
oo All of- ........ a ............ 1 ....... .............. 50 3 S 27 -E 1166W S

A w Pod 511 to t00h boardersor odgn rs .......... 12 50 ................ ....................... 3 2 N 27 E 213
.........: A ol, .............................. :5 3 N 27 .E 2 79
2.o .5 ... ..............., 2
15 t.B.o. Derfteem n c- Ali oH.-,f ........... ..... .... 4 3N 27 E 7 .9
I0 c I e r b r o u grt Vn .. 2 W B ..C........ ......................... ................ 4 N 26 0 7 2
9F week 0I i e A atinsa oons for lodgers al cn-. = ^ e19
I than e e i es..tine gs,meanhe num er y.. bs ea t 7o r an age te l of ......................... ......... ..... 43 3 27 E 107
t t0 tE.G.QWes t nc ado W, I andno.the n. Ab ietr.. ......... .... ...... .. 4 .. 2 6 .2 E 640 _
,-DO o -, p. Bearcn 4, 1 3 4, 5, 6So .o. ..............
\..WSBd| 1;- iQUS services are surg eo n d-s 0 m. t.. ~ie,. in wine ho s, spirit ous or ......... ......... .. 1. 36 11



*'-. rW^ ^ e^ id te kn g of athimon ac ^ 2. Kete rs of bilird ^ an ooo4:sltabfles. N 5E 57 j
:,,. ,:,t er than 20wperis ae t. 2*50vN'E8. ... ..... ".SEaof > ..... ..................... ".. 5 3 e 24.9...... -3 N 2 E 1
*Tw en* Vounbai e i ae i hl e week Ao,, ion gald teysf, dch besoey .s, Y u grant ..... .... ....................

0 iS' C i.. r mean the nelonaea of (bned. kt f ......... ................ 107.. 02 2 2 E 1
k . inAr shr ri lk .....es. P oin t......_ t 'n.e.t d-,,-, t. .any erIs, e th g all e .. 7 5F y ..... ......... 44.. ..... N 2
In t lod"a-Wser iis ] r,.,..hl Tand notrh billi erd o frp oo m als cont- Blocki 3 ,otrac ............. I.......... .......3 2N 6E 51

he l d oorse ouh. sur geon t ese a L it h e ctse.t a ro Block 4, lots 3, 4,5,634.... ................ue r s a d n
tip,,Q- li,:ense shal ber i$ .50 cit. M s. tenry 'S D cr ...a. in*c^ + 2r9, o.......................

ltore jce ten o f t~ihe covnr ac Ht Kepr of billians^t*^1rd ^ ug an 00 'redhi~d- .4.i.:";:..: 9;;'.^3^
-i by-,, "tierritehaneprivat- 0 B.o. k 7 lo t9, N OE I T... 27........... 50




., ,tn.n of .0 pe n,, .. .3. D lesng wai^nes prtuos::::r:.r .. ..S 6
"'* ';. l r $ t .th oki ora ng a ae on ti 1 ,.,- ...... o..... ..... ........................ $ 50 0 Alll ofDean ... .. .. .. .'..............40
d A ,' W esterr in winks,'eia a ries rin .E.r .ar... ..... ...... L._,.. ....................................... -90 3 N 24 E 7 6t
It.e a ,:,n 50 ,:.oardt Davis on .board of M ri E L'li*,.,. ......... S E o N W ..... ., .. ...31 N 239E 6-0 178
In t e s f.co-e? -, "^ A .,,. r,,4 ,,,r-oa ll ers, n oth er y. .. g er .. 50 o 17 S \.V; ;,,.lo.t ,_,nllfa,:,,' a 1..,
W =h r o"tel 0_ uphen s o are louth aend s on t,,'fd re o l suc boa t or p eo-o l t _ables out B loc. ... n+,:k 39 l .o g ,:t-.t ,c ,~ y.
d oo us are ,leat to the -icn se. ..te an be d iscon ect Lw t ,! e ordl 6 t. 29 .......................... 2 N 2 E 2
,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~ .f'"ttn ]tlna;f ,0' : l { ., ,lrcensershall be$.50 ct. Mers. M,_-..S. Dik ......... N S E 2,9,f lo XV2 ..... .........3 4E 9 2
"W "O s 4. Ie,'hants, t ,e ansuspen dir. .P o.....7.. Bl,,, O. l T ex,:e.. w iE ........ 34 .5E


0 reo-i,, i t..n T r a r ....n ......................................................... 10 00 I ....... ......... 3 3 N 27E 640
uare of ofq,. eiighs 1 .o s l ....... 0 L 3, 4, _E of S E 1 of N E J-...31 2 N : 25 1 7 A 40 67
gitLZV, .... each 3l,. N.[ 28ses ... $, 3 70


-'. p.. k" ."in-t*w f or. 49- ad00 tons t o Iis, .s difi:V t ,,,en ,; .1 for e in h inactory or pl ac e J Gar- t ........ .. .. t t S W of ..... 8 1f i of -2 -.
2 7 s s o n, i e s n h s c t . . 5 0 W N a d . ; } :f N ........ .............. .1 4 4 N 2 E 42 9


c t- .r ngmachtin d a gnt.: s ...., .............. 500 Martin iffrd .................. Lo E 4 of N W ..22 2 N 28 E 20 6A 58,
I ..-p7t7 E.n t ofloe 8of Fernearinenta. e. '",.u l N E of N W .....................3. 7 2 26 E 40
^^^ ^ ThilT:m..,eamevvallkB a" IN t. or rvdagenss 15 SEo E lying ..... 62 w hr f C
I., ib*d d e 1' I,.: 1 ^,,-- 1o t ity who -shall*se -sel win e In;b rF' th rG-,tn ..... .................... 4 32 2 N 2 5 E 9
'. /." t6aora" r ap a rn t wh re N ^I,,I t s i e orn tosan y p 500 th e pas- .. .......... In So \V ........... 30 3 2 321


!I, tl- c t t el e s rq r 'tbe paid eor r.. ..: ........... ........................ 38 2 N 27 E 5 6 170
see, -fo ,. ..... .. ... ........ H0 enry ..... .. 7T, o .. ... 4 N 24E 9- 564
'l^ r^ '' hlae tt'iberst to k ' e ar b '"ttt -lt -' " =< :, I nI,,,l ] *^t l'*-; t-:l [[[[]..^ r> ..... ......on............. 1 5 J G ee .............. .... E __ ,r .......... ................4 8
1: ..I \ i..,a i t *' .... ... o-f h j oh n ..... 5 00 Cf Nr e Ga.e.............. ............ N 25 E 3 76 1 3.6
;*' .'-l~twoe.._nie. *,it hem bas.ck, heq .a ... J'* C. I-iLi-,,_?.:t, ,,^.. W, ,uho~lr.!. ibatiitl 2.o bl.,.l 1,^t ,_a a. I 3 60 :- .. 458


mi ~ l 1iu -so t m n of o1r9,),:,:) ll'actu ,r ,,-er '-. 71,,f or ,ci ,,rs, 4'
\*..il.1 ,_,r ,l i ,n'k [ t hr. e ...'.: ..t .. 50 00 f r a l ,... .. an d 3 ................33 ,2on E 1: 8 32
". ,I )ie fo each facton I '' '''' .[[ I 'r rI[1 9" W' H UG' .... ''I ,l ot f ....... 19'7 1S S" 24-l .w20 406


."f romp494,006tons t o atwllr osr plat of W H ,Grrha : l kt, '.:l:,,n i, t i en or, h t..... mi..l.. > brc kert i pa rtaof. ..-.......1
.. I~ e s o 0 p r cn. ; -- ,:,- ,.tbn te n anthis c u als.. fo...... .......... 500 W N ."ar II I. ....... S F I.: f N E I..... ......." ....... "....... ...34 4 X 25 E ;80 -46 2 9
<-. machine"agents....e..a.. p. 5 00 W. P. GiSf_,r d t.................B 47 2 S- lot 4,0 a o t ..2 2 N 25E -70 6 08"
P.M' I1 1, nigro. a.. n t . .. ..... .... ...... -..... b 5, 00. -a d ,,-k S ..- J W of N E 5I .......... ........ +... 6.24 3 N 265 E + 40
'~usn orng re ae (i 9 NE Iof N-W i ......... ........... *-*2* 20
...... 1 "e a r3 the. b dy iE Aw "E AI "i-[, e,, an-' t.hrt ^ or d iv e f each ..........,.. ........ 5o k 00 ............ 365, cN 25E 40 13 4i
IWO to 'a/li tn-i'eigh Japan,19- tous. Iflin s m c ie Peter Gree.ni,',i,: l a, ,_,L" .wa n fr h e a..E.s r. Gr if 9, g ra n e ........... ........... 48 N 25 E 3 0
i .w ered ,i ppd" o nd boary o c a tEn'e t;,,ntti I ...il ri Z iar e I .W ; So.f.............. ...... ................ . .. 30 3 X 26 E 321



-to f NA.* ...... .'...' ". ., ,. ,| ,| ... t,- .. A ]l t. o A ". t'........................... ...... 5 26 E 860 1 7
I, ,. a td ay ,. k ,,, ,s '_,-n . -......... 12 + '-f ..... "......... 12 3 N 26,E 1 60 5
Ia, v w ( r m ore or e ar ,rd -Y ...+' + + + "........" ......... ........ ; ..'_ 4 N 25 E 3-82
;w~ q fa-g ,t .m e m ,.Wth.. theg aweu o} etwe of" vt.;. ,,,.. ... .......... ........ 15 00 0oTj. r l ,.k "'n"e' .... ...... i 4 ........... 74
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i -" ... -. ,,r 1 1 i- ?. .;... se. '0 '00 fl N. ........... ........... ......... ..... 30 2 N 25 E 11
i ;' ".- vhesitbs, gr indigeqous t o m Jau -lt I. k :' Ic: -', t ,- A a !ls,.i ,rn t1 t E lbts 1, 2,:3,4........ 92 "
-k,-,,, ,- ,:art r w C,:, H .......... ...E.,1,o f .Q '6 27, 2 .:. t-E
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14.^ ^ '*^ 1 : .. '^ l^ 'orE ^ bloc 5,' Fera/
-X,- -,. r .e-\ln f.. ive ,r.-, ....... ...' -.. ..' ....... .... 4 N 26 E 80
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l ietf~,'9 ho1td at Nt of N.F -W..i~,,t t J, o NW J......... ..........L.. 36 3N 254E 120 16
d ...i6- or,:r c^t-e I I,:,r -I-,--n eat wagon f or hny t. ,t of S E f ............ .r s......... ....... 71 2 N 23 B 11
p'i'_' ton ti) ..., &t n W a I ,k. ; .s ( 7,, Iin e s, e ,r r.a..... a, l e s u e ............. E / ,:, S E S Wtof S W W ....... 2 N 24'E 2 "6
"--, "":" .... "I, [.l,( l, .11.- vr_-. I, t,- [I, ...,ttp h. ," h,.r ewt ae r\ .o-nre-,, -..... Bl:,' 77 -,, r a d n ......... 21 4.-4-52403,0



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Sc -t ,i, ,.-e., r F .- -, ani ttwaol l:e) ,e .hall fe i.E to ....................................... 1 2 2 N 28 E 1A2- 6 5
., ~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I.. ......... N 4umr N;'h 24l,:, he4 sa18.2't ,w,. ,"sc .:l;:l,-im.,I~t-vuo
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""f fNS 'X of ...... .. .. r`, 4 N t w
e*.o ^ in., ..d"^he n1 n,,h,, te, eor d. P. w te ,dt o r, ea,-.k ground, 4 ..
V&A.1 W -,Tg h e lyb. a inthex. Ar e -au~d l t~sota JRH I. N'H A D Ia ..................................tWOHarie _ .......... 36 4 N 24:i::kdsrb? E.fnlt, ded24ani8o 46or 627
$9...n. eas1C ,k p o, ii~s n g S ,-h- varte, of ....dte an .. ... ........re o d or S o ne.... ................ 113 2 N 2$ E 26 7 .
; ...... .. ....
1hf-Rjiq t 'E.-4, i9 e in thej al ,,u n~ .,,:_' .is i++u e:i. A d all su,:':, li ens~e t~ i : --Frat ... .. lo .. .. .. .............. a.... .... 14%_B 1
ila( 0ina D. =. 4-.Sr-I-.'1 -- o W .INXV ,f N W J:, 1,, 4........... ..93 2 X 243E .239
'-aiin a lie s un es such: ~ fl t ....... 7..1 2 N :23,E 0 6- 9
Z, -.- iachi cii. .. .. ... .. 4... . .. .. .. .. ..... .:. .3 4 2 N 2 4 E 5 -
j.e yr s 7`7 lo 3, Fe n n ia......... .... 5_4...6.'.%
a h ',in d ,l'uUs inot' 1h 61 e i v J i r l. ... .. :.. . .:. . . ..8 2 3 E 4
'th ~ .,'Ii. ,,:,efj.r t "-. ll,: h .[.,a :h:Z .... ....... $m 'IT 5N0V Jo w o N i' W N E N, 8 SE,:,f N.W..... 22 2-_2 6 1
..bla,,ck. ~i[l,. ,,' +te ,':l .. s "h Rostee tI',_,n.,,n ....... of.. E L2 ,r El o f S W ..... 2 N 2
t : .. .. I : ... = --']'l vel~ ,'.:exhl,,th n- ................ 540 .........,.....W.........,.. .33 ' .
1-,_Xh-e' barioty hew' ,,fvs E . Johnson~al ...n .... .. o fS W .. ......1 5 NE G E 5340 -6 U
-l e e kt 'e .,f, ,.t.. a r N: r a r ,: e r a n d0 4 58~ l .q t o S E ~ f
17.;' 'AT,:. .l '..,:,e ..I. I'vha teIsI as 0 at1 ssha t,) a\-li o the Oti Ju ........... B lok -). lots 2,3 N, ,O dTw~nt' .. 2 8 234: -
`Img it.n t,.k ,,, %+T e PIhtc r "z fc :IIr -rd IIL oh ,w i h. of.. .......
..., 2 2.8 10 -- -&.5.


A[ef a ttirtai ed-_toa t hle .rrly t ,; N ew ,.._ tri ,.e s ii.k ..is. ,,u ,,t: l e .ll r l y h o rse, c art, w ag ,,n ,:'r ..... --W- ---E-, E o f S E N W -- --
I 1 -. tt klSlY,-,:l o .F1.~,a~ n 5I0 -1180 ..
"- T.^ ^-" ria; e o, :,r v- .el........................ 5 00 .of. W 4 .............................24 2 U 23 E a
SPr ,. at selling ,f t and ar- ...............27 2 23E---1
Nte N- W~~, E 4- of 1-' be F
^^ ^^ --- -.e "' : ,.len prolluct.-, fish Uhid o\-sters hill not be W of'NE W 'of 'S E 1, N W :
-ih el. to ... or.. .
s o g bqnki 'nv N l lA s.w ... ....................... 2 2 N 23 R -B
Q, I -. -a' .. .... .a .itve,.-..:. .Ail ..ank. or banker,, b o N E 0............ .........."....-..... ..... & 2 '2".
-VT i --me and lig!,ting ,.,f ha v ing a d ... sto 10k 0 -............. .......... 1 2 2

,7.-N:,.2..^ A3 t as.._ai d a "= I-i,.g+ V,t' ,;. --H'a~le ae~y An, Of'-o Nh Ehl eng iW of N W- t, oft\~l?a Wf ,:me-.-. h8.'re thu.n Nolr. 2A.) 00 ".
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^^(^^^^^^^^^^^^*.,w ~ ~ Vt 9,"-4 d. 1^ 4-!-,- If li.ti;.yo prt~j r-dnd less thi,-,an lineiies 0 r,, ,N4 N W i, t -i of 8 E k, lot W I .*
-,^^Mi t- 4 14 4'- --o f .. E. ,.N .o f % 1 ... ...... .. 3 4 2 N 223 49 7 6 -
.Vr"^ '._ I r -')- hn red t.:,u-;and ......................... 25 00 .r.40 in- h ;. of N E, J, W of .................... 4 N 24 E 399
^ ^t". eOf twequIV-1i e tbo:au s ed, and te Al o bei of ......................................... "4y 2 N 24- 276
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... yR ,' f Iho-, shal twen eth,:, gar,, g... 10 l00 All of. '................ ; -ll 7 2 N ar2 "4
^. 41:12t.., ... Se izur any per,, by s h e iny Ie M.N 'E i of S E ................ ......... .2 N 24 E ( 2.9
:.,:v ..i ..,)2 _,:,*^ t;,.ai,^,ghth',:,to;. ,-.arring 01. .r loliueft ,any oflihe bs, oecu-, N, tco:tf W.... ... .....1 o2 N 24 E .
ra' ...... i,,,ti,.,rli ,ceui.: h a l L N..... irove en' '1; W i ......O... ........... 18 N 2 '5 W
._W,+ ,|re u N. Ired ene. l fi:t Th, 5etn ias or&4rh -i, Mrs. obtaindg 2o......... ......... ................................ IU 2 N 23 .40 54 76
-,:'.f1 _,7 t ,:v i se tl p ,_ l e p i th e f ore th e .. 4.1 A 8 d es c rib e d in a d e e d o n re c o rd. a3
: -'&-::2i-'.%A On Nlia*,iei'y a. erie OTt.paof, be Funished bp a-aitine in double tie Alis er n book T, pages 435-436, ou nts o.
"J"^- {r.aultrq ie fo-c;cne t eeords, being part of .. .............. 31 sa e 28tre 1& 4boa
-T '.! 4,'t q.-" -*e"'l Se aVu- l. p!*,,bl ai -,\'- pf A ie\ .taan, ,,t rlicen es m a be enforce e d by-: s. H B er .................... B ho use,26 -,'lot 14, F ernand na ..... ... 1 8


^^^^ ^S~l ^'u t5.nw -"er,.>l .it.,i,Vl ^ the ^ ^ s.pop ie sucortyna 9_ A 2 93;LSl.:::r~::.^...2 3E 5
theiv1Mz a siu t..nd sp 11zle Cs le of s ha p ity 9f
NA **.^ Ad'-,^v^ ^a..:f',Cr..t,!. SR Janm es M cK inne ............ S0E 5 of S E i .............................. 2.. 2 N 241 4+I 1 32



.. -..^ ^ ^o^^-at ." \ t^ n he ~brtelt 13.L brS X ^ N2 0 56
to. I._ teahiiw t'.z "ui ." .st.i.io ac+ n "lt~wi; wid it i2 hereby- made, the f Silb-ivisionB of lot 5, in block .




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.Ng. fe- :"n L '",- .' E L. r ina nee. P. M. are D .............. 2 bn g -par t ofnW................... 12 N 2 E 7 '7




any^ l l, ^^(a;^k^* p reJnAuudM7 allrrrvtallHtiin ofii 2649 1 35
Li^~e~er Iprmet No therne ofht N .5!I-T) S. -1, -L, D. .L No ton .............. 4. 25
i bars t e.Uh ej N A dm.'.o v N W of .. oIbtini D.
..ssal. .... n,-o .e, Nt-sO r v.uTtyNl. Sec. Fs,-,n or pr dobanlg.D Norton ......... .. ........ SW. 8ofSW ........................... 14 1 N 23 40 5 00
t^^o&^ a:f % e d wt eueele^. to;" '~i.?11 "-=- "' ,lls*^ w>Ms.D.E....lo.....^...n8BSBiByetl...,..1 4B 6 2
.Iep l' c i~e 'tl. 4' ..11- e rl-h,! %.'l `4.1,a. ~ 1 7. I8es ;hl elgh3ai.Blc ,lt1,F..
atl\f n license- :J p [he a h e Na tiet ..... ............... Block 7, lotw18 ernandina.. ...
ift.; OA- ee, e z t- "e fionspiLTKuousL%- eB. x h ib ited, ',-at tlni CalaofNE5 ofN Esofloei7;8,
'v0 W aiut yaltend a meet-NOTI(C'Eim F-',l0f of bnrn e,,e-, .And upon failure to do so eohn in boo p on
B,.HrR-- r'- to pay. for .... N 5.E ...... 1.
: } I Y-II3 T F A ] T FI- R T Y V E S T E D a'Fe r q i e t : a i r a d t k e o t t s a m e b e i n r e s u d I b o a r d -
a no th er ,i,-e,, ap Tr th e ,, e using ess a n ti :. h ouse .
19^^ ^ ^ e ~ *^ -- --. i nv 13 6 1ADIA 1-RIA cNca- osadante e rngho litle as sch. orgi al- od......;.. h ous S................................. 20 2 N 35B2 6 2 0 4b
r... .. 1,: 11+ -.-A v tI.. .... 22 1 N 23 E 50
5 ,/' .. n4 'f . . oyv t .m e nt" in ,a m ,t\. I h e._ h _v i ,1 :.[I tilt: f., -wliw,n fo thPa~ e g hOle ~ .. a s u d f r i n u h o i i a r J P m l '.; .."' t h e. .. . .. ....... I"' ........ ........ . . S- 1 61 1
ofr,4iIttr-h 'ez: ,'c 11. The City t0',uncil shall provide Palmetto Palm an4?* E flo4,wa-rehouse, ma-
j, e',:; of' lot@tnt 4~
.:,.,i.:yT ..of ..m .,n__u 1: th ec s ar lats an up l o cy per Co .............. c] hinery, etc .............................. 43 3 N 28 X 13" 13 85
M- T0W~.,,"ing out u,,d euforeing the py-ovisliots of this P~o I j( ,ennsylvarpiaR.'R. %,..The Zack Haddock grant ......... ..... 39 4 N 25 R 691 96 45
.: :-. FA .. o e' e Sat _,eLo m .ec:. 12. Tbhs ,irdirianceeto go into 66fct on W J. Reynolde.,..,,,,,,.: .. Lot 3 ......... ...... :... ........ ............... 28 4 N 2.5 E 6 5 92
t ).&,3- asp ,p r\P,: H n,' -' lker, and iiill -.t b l h D ,1 5 .I Roberts.,;;; .... .8.... E corner ......... ......... ................. 37 3 N 27 E 40 5 6
i ~6 Q ,f }"f,1 t '-1,. Ell ,.-- i i ,- .'v A l l o r d i n a n c e s o r p a r t s o f o r d i R M m t 5 .t6Bl c 13lt 2 ; l e 2 7 l t
.30 11 ti.--s ll t e 3 -u at p l1.tb liC R tl ,.t i-,)ll. LIL F e ,' nla n- B o k 1 3 o s 2 ; l c 7 o s 1
F,iatlu.O to tile pan)i fe naFin. ,:,n al,,nao Feltnaetr i~a-,eoiflicting herewith, are hereby re- ..M Sm t, gp. "*" 16, Fernandina ...... 4 ............. it 1 56
66t,-the Fm.. le i+ t e- 1 8 tet, fv.thi- State anti cur, %r ftaxes peadle,. "iken Stewart: ................. _N E com er .................................. 19 2 N 25 E to 356
, ] X' a lt ' ~ l o b e n g M .+ & e vr F ir st re a J in g A te u u st 1 7 P e te r S m ith ... . B lo c k 7 4 lo ts 1 4 H illia r d s ......... 3 0
-k t a a l a k e n s o r t b n g h t l~ l .?. 10 s~ I -[ ,~ r B a k e r to r t ] e .. .. ... ..s t 2 4
ee ,nd r ad n andus 24.ti John H Sykes ............... SV I .................. ......... ; ............. 16 4. N 23 R 40 4 8
-he -bi g th T. r1.86 ain rd re d ng.,da op edsug s Io
4+I.".. ,[ .. hy rrln, +.1a1 as a te :l(at,'4 r .4U:rf Revenue :-,slau t.'.Ut. ..FRED W. HOYT,| Improvementanon the Jaok Smith
Fe,'tianqina. Fla., .Au+_iLt 17, 18h7. d. President. Oa ty Coun~cil. John Smith ............... p a e...,...................... 29 2 N 2A E 40 4 86+
bl"~ at r~,s; t.he Emlpre~se _...N..... """Alpprave~d: JOHN BARR, Mayor. W yWof N W, 8 of 8 E Iof N '
..Pt *L+wkd-,it t[+ 6"dor of ihm-" ..,: EAtet EO. EWOLFF, R. W. Swearingen ......( WS1, W itof 8 W-5, N 1, N B i
Cl6tyn C'erk of S8 W j ................................. 16 4 N 24 R0 2
uttered VS~ A T F na inaF uut2,18.H utton,: .................... 8 E corner of lot 3... ...................... 7 4 N 25 H 4 82
fa_.: se,,eeless to: Mrs D. E.. :a l r.. .i ,8. E 1.8j E: J, Rr,,.~ ....... 19 1 4 2 51-
....t` `,- N J-..
",,,'- ii ii'ioa~idon A,;1 'k I ". I .... ... -OL R Janius Tlay lor ............... Block 17, lot 6, X J ofS, Pernandina 4*-16
r4T~~~ (t....... 1it Lot In Callahan.as described Ina
BY+=:- t TH CARGO+ .(-m fct, ,,~ ,r pib ty records ; part of .................... 30 2 N 25 E 1 2 84
.@ Ovt, *n; W.. B T H C A O ,- ., : J -- [: E -C h T h as . .{ d d o e .o ...n...... .....-
....t P EI. Vestr}elt ............. W of lot 16 .:.............. 4 2 N _-28 X 5 2 $1
D., -" J Dentriptions, with Plans, Details, $pe- F.S;.WiffIf ........... .. ....,. N E X ......................................... 1 2 8 23 B 162 11 U
FRI --"';4-,-, NANDINA, I-LORIDA. cffieatltois, a nd Superintendence. DanltWoods .. ...... ... .B i orf W s w ............... ............E- 2 2N 25 R 40 4 19


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J. W ine ...... ...........' S I ,N W
I E- J .................
I A ll o f ..................
J. W righbt............... Iniprovements.......
J. W ilds ................... N W ,,corner ........
at W il,:on..... ..............S E i1 of S E I .... ..
C. W ilds................ S W p,-ortion of ......
,lin Williams, i Bounded on WN ky
hu W illiams........... 1 Sum erlin Swar
L. W ilson .................N of lot in block
A. W ilson ..... .. ........N j of loIt 4, block
1. W an hington ............ o ,f S W NV ........
,er W illianius........... .. Bhu.:k 4(, lotE 2an,
I B!,-..ck 11), lot h, e
Block 19. lots 1. '2
Fernandina ......
Bl,,k 2._, lots, 14, L
Block 3"3, lot 1.", Fe
Bl._,.k 70, lots 4, 6.
BlcLk "2. ,to 1, 2. (
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A ll ,_ ..................
N V-oorner ......... %
Part of the Zaewk 1
vner ULlk n oWn ....... -a6 described in ,
county ro-,cIrd..
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A 1- of...................
A ll o f ..................
S. oft'N E 4, S o
S E 1................
Lo:is 2, : 4 ............
Block 12, I.,.ts1, 2,,
Bl.,_k 15. lots 3, 4, C
dina .................
Block L1-. .l.t 10, E
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Large Foot Bath Tu be f No .ta<,
Never-Fuiling Oorn e.nm at4 rbo tfe.
Fly Tm 2& Wlab. .
Japane and Cppered Warflrbe Hook00 Sm,
Rocbinhtlim Ts PoW AIk a2and c35-.
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Copper-bottom Te s iKttl.and aft alm&.
Nioe oblef.6tc. ah. .
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hotel usemonly 90o. A& eklmnt nwH nas
of useful Crockery aniving &L
This ]KILPoItflM Bar11 in How.(m
Second Streak, near Contra.
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__N. B.-Call and ga altaoidprice-Ult.

A 8 GiARDILN OF L IJEB TAYLOI,
.A a Minor, I A1ll y to the OOUVV
U dge of VA Is Iot @t y thirty days *4w
this date far tlh eI801 01C woCd'di
the town of BDyotvttK and DarMWulkr, de
Mribed In at &oi ftmn 0. W Bir sd
wife to D. R. Tftylw. _raeordel In FW
dina, mid Madtot taka mol as ,0 _MO.
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THE FLORIDA MLIRROR--AUGUST


27, 1887.