Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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System ID: UF00054505:00246
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'. : '8TE, IER ON THE LAKE. I I exploring boat), from";Panasor I!
.. in the Susie -having been i the lake, through' the-Itiii and down the sent the subject of the construction of the historic interest among them an Egyptian*
AS EMBRYO T0\p LAtR by W. H. Brady, he is now river to Istachatta, ,eight.miles- from Brooks- obelisk in all its scientific and engineering head, carved between two and three th ms-
A LOVELY ORAJJGK about to run the boat daily ville, county' seat of Hernando county, is. a details I intend to prepare a professional and years ago for the temple erected in
A CHEAT lake, through Panasoffkee run to trip that for fine natural scenery cannot be paper or monograph for the information of honor of Augustus on the} banks of.theNikvAlso i
But yesterday; considerable distance: along;' the excelled by the Ocklawaha ; it is' truly anew those professionally? interested in ,the work. a stone from the Temple of Coitconl at

unmarked on the. river, for the double purpose and enchanting experience........ This will be. one of professional 'series Rome, contributed by Pope Pius Nono.
-it was a coii freight and passengers, the ob- MULTUM IN :PARVO. I prepared at times by officers of the Engineer! During the Know-nothing excitement on.*
though the lake being the shipment of oranges The forest gi, .vth is hammock l and pine, Corps of the army." the night of Sunday,, rMarch 5.1854, a, party
since the dawn of on1 the river, via the Florida and.it is asser -d that\' ;'ithin. four miles of From this source'was. obtained, the following of disguised men; ,brok- into the lapidarium.
ous beauties Navigation! Company's line to Panasoffkee (e 'plenty of corn ')) as the Indian abstract of data concerning the obelisk : demolished this: stone ,andicarrieil: away the-
times, by the eyes: ,A.trip>> on this boat through' name im $\es,_that .thirty-fivebushels! .i ,{ The shaft,'from" the zero mark or brass bolt debris;' it is supposed, ,casting. it into the- '
it has a and romantic scences as it of corn to the :re can and. ;has.been grown. set in the.masonry of the foundation at the Potomac. ,;
"Local ,tourist to behold is especially- at- The soil alongfwith the land is stiff hammock -; southwest corner, is 555 feet 4 inches .high ; The contributions of"tablets fnmi Pfenu-
and has been ) The, river itself'. is said to'equal in 'marl.and clay,/;with-. .oak, hickory. cypress therefore--from: the top of' its own base it is' sylvania are from Bral1<1i>cktsri J.t:; the-
though but yet an the"'far-fumed ,Ocklawaha. etc.,- on liamiu'Jc,.i-;*' k,: land. In some 30 feet 5 inches higher than the spires of the Philadelphia( fire companies and. Fire De
taken up its march known as yet, but is surely places the, alluvial )LSltye: ye inches great.Cathedral of'Cologne! Germany, and partmentsPhiladelphia l --- Oompanr.children .

ness. i become renowned, far and wide! deep, even on.high, dry ground. There are' 20 feet 4 inches higher than the 'proposed of, the ,Sunday. school,.city' or t
WHAT AN ENTERPRISING ,MAN. said to be live oaks in.this region ten feet in tower the 'new.City Hall Philadelphia Philadelphia ; Jefferson Medical Coliege t
Two years ago the earliest settlers at.Panasoffkee diameter. ,.,:: s The present foundation's are 36 feet'8 inches employes of- Norris it Son, Honesdale,

without a .single D. Lewis, a Philadelphia of Panasoffkee is about halfway. down the deep, making an 'aggregate height from the Wayne county ; the J. 6. 0. F. of the city- ;
pines of the ori with an enterprise prophetic west side of Sumter county,4.rtwo miles from foundation bed of 592 feet. ,The base of the and county of Philadelphia subordinate-
sway, but there:: erected a handsome hotel build Sumterville, eight or nine'., from Leesburg in obelisk is 55 feet 1J inches square and the Masonic' Lodges 'city of Philadelphia and
land, on whiclj j ; of which, on the first floor, is a direct line, but eighteen by rail eight walls 15 feet :} inches thick, arid at the 500- marble block from the city and comity of"
a commodious end the purpose of a general mer- from Wildwood, and .nearly two hundred foot mark, where; :the pyramidal top begins; Philadelphia. : ,
and three general owned by him, and supplied from. Jacksonvillle. I., is-six'ty.. miles from 34 feet 5| inches square and 18 inches thick: Philadelphia has also the hon ror furnishing -
Hz hall,: a public i stock of gpods. Guests will find the Gulf, as the bee flies,,.. and. one hundred There is, a batter of one-quarter inch to one the skill throughout one of:* Tier I
over, a livery st an excellent table comfortable by river. The corporation that owns 'thetown foot; 'and.the marble quarried' the old por- citizens necessary'to produce the aluminium ,
and a printing satisfactory accommodations in site are D. R.Town.J. W.'Bushnell, tion .near Texas, and new near Cockeysvilla cap which will form the very apex of the
the Panasoffke(| There are sufficient rooms W. D. Lewis R. F. 'Turner.,' W. H. Brady Stations, in Maryland, north'of Baltimore; marble capstone and the placing of which
'mcnibeb number of winter who and C. F. Adams. is laid the old 150 feet 6 feet having
a dozen guests :- portion, will be the very last act of completion of
Thus it is seen [ this the ideal place they have THE TRANSIT LINE. been taken off in ashlar, 14 to 18 inches the obelisk. t
newspaper is tile long but have never found ; fish In conclusion, wedesireUO bear testimonyto thick and courses 2-foot rise, with alternate
tion on the\"e. and game in the woods in abun the utility of that, great Hnt"oofrailroacl headers and stretchers and blue-stone rubble Mrs. Gntndy Says

as will be seen rr ; bbits, squirrels} ,. quail deer, and and its branches, .known:as the, Transit ,& backing, and.,. the. pew part, 405, 'feet, in<1 That, it I is reported .that the' new. hotel ,
facilities on hand-mullet, trout and alli- Peninsular, now, the"J line"of: : the Florida marble averaging 2 feet 6 inches thick.A 'down the beach is to be' ,very exclusive; ,r
; and must .them: tlte-water. and on Railway & Navigation onipany, which PRESSURE OF 80,000 TONS.!: That none but sporting men will be permitted I
portance. | of wild ducks of different may'be itself termed.the "jron backbone of Before resuming the work pii the old to enter ;, 4
A1JV\l- and other water fowl. Florida." ,Though still in process of formation shaft, the old foundations, which would have That it would be appropriately nainciT '
The location !of TWO LIVE MEN. as joint after joint i added on' its way crumbled under the weight had the original "The Stag;"
west corner'of is the headquarters of Bushnell down to Key West, it is even now giant enterprise been carried out, were reinforced That after it is built, drives down the-
in the limits j>f who are the enterprising real in'stature. It is a route that already traverses. by l>>lacin ,nnd r.the old foundation an ad- beach will be more popular than ever, i
Belt." It is at! of the place, and who have the best portion of South._-Florida,''with an ditional mass of cement concrete. 12 feet 4 That Dr. Harrison's monopoly of the
of Lake Pana nearly all the real estate arm reaching to, Fernandina. on one side, inches below.: To accomplish'this without game on the Island will become a thing ot"
shore of whicfli sale for miles around. To their and not only to Tallahassee on the other, disturbing perpendicularity ', not to speakof the past, if above reports are true. { s
; famous for its{ ; zeal much of the development but beyond. Fed by numerous branches, it :the security of the immense mass over- That with a half million dollar Clntv
II only oranges, lout is,dne. They are, gentlemen of is destined to be the grand, trunk line of interior head, was a work of great delicacy and House on Cumberland, the entrance to our j
of fruit grow ; .' and implicit reliance can Florida,and bearingthe same relationto engineering skill This mass was extended harbor will be attractive.
known, in co. on their statements as to the'value it as the Penns'l\ railroad:;: does to 23 feet 3 inches beyond the old foundation, That the next step will be to petition the-
given on tlie;iu tracts,of land in their charge. the Keystone State. The energy with or '126 feet 6 'inches,square. The weight of Secretary of,War to equip Fort Clinch with I ,
water nearly) tel lawyer by profession, al- which the company is,pushing. projected the mass 'to be 'worked- under was 32,176 'a garrison and furnish a military bane
to six wide 1 young man,.has had considerable. branches up and down und'across the State tons The total pressure of the foundation, therefor;
Lake. 6 j in the 'business, and conducts it J is.really wonderful, and shows what enter- obelisk.and earth OIl top of.and;within.the That of" course we must* see*that :onr*M stia. ,-
This abseneeofrC.fiJBu' >hnelI; :tlt> -:ca: p'L1iii1". Jirprise y tJtt.1i n-t:- G ud11tfv-' f%.; 'foundation :! 'i t' ftindg; i3 80.378.tdiisKoraN; ,pendous interests sire-protected'and'a; barui, '
stance that ttiece' engineer of the company's lines I Let the good 'work' go on) steadily until mean pressure of over five tons per square would< go a good trays' towards it. '
from the laKe: tb" Florida becomes, as.'it'will, in time, asecond foot. The.old structure showed a deflection That as a further step towards prosperity,
coochee river, ; a splendid piece of ham edition of the garden of 'Eden-a genuine of the axis of the shaft of 14-10 inches to it is hoped that thcTown.. Improvement:
across the c6uh of massive moss-laden "TROPICAL PARADISE."-Panasoffkee Demo- the northwest. This was corrected. The Company will soon. offer itscity lot forsa ;
way and wa. should, by all means be spared crat. total settlement of ,the entire shaft of 555 That as a final improvement our City
Johns river, and: axe, are, what will some -------- feet 4 inches has been but four inches, of Fathers should arrange for that small: boat-
fact, now a reality ,of, wealth to some one, two THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT.We which 21 inches occurred during the under- landing ;
Peninsular iv{.si springs, the waters of which obtain the following interesting account pinning. The total appropriations by Con- That it is as necessary to the city as any
ida Railway an r: to have high curative powers. of the Obelisk erected to the memory gress have amounted to $900,000 and $230-: other highway, and should receive attentionas
brought out i 'r'A about one hundred and twenty Washington, from the Philadelphia Timesof 000 were expended by the society. Within such. 1
into this region the hotel and are yet in a state of December 6 : the obelisk, the walls being vertical, is an That after the above, will come-the mil- i
is difficult td It was selected as the site for a statue in elevator and iron stairway, both of which lenium. f
to whom reference! FINE ORANGE GROVES. honor of the American Revolution and is so will he fitted up for visitors after the work- That the Egmont is undergoing its annual I
that at no d ,, the hotel proceeding along the marked on Major L'Enfant's original planof men finish. From the top of the well of the renovation, previous to opening.. '
munication jy mil shore of the lake, is the young the city. As Washington approved that obelisk to the bottom are 990 steps, the descent That the smallest man that ever
Jacksonville of J. "'. Bushnell, covering plan in 1791, with this site marked on'it, it of which it took the writer twenty "growed" was in town this week-
all, with the chief Adjoining it is that of D. R. is na ural to suppose that'Washington him- minutes. That the small boys thought him a regular
Anticipati ig original settler and owner of self approved site as 'a proper place'for>> a MEMORIAL TABLETS. live "show." '
the great na ural which covers twenty acres; monume 1t. Besides there is not another Some of the memorial tablets which were' i That a crowd gathered at the skating rink
)Ir. I). 11. T wn "; trees, a portion of them eight position any; ere 'within the limits of the contributed years ago from variou s sources Tuesday night to witness his evolutions ot* t
shore of thesection'of lakd ; old only, but the remainder in city where the obelisk would be'so separated have been inserted in the inner walls of the skates ;
dr{, o with such a prolific yield that from other buildings where it could be seen old portion. In the new portions they will That his evolutions did not appear,
now constitutes, in many places ,have to be from the river as far down as Mount Vernon be suspended by clamps. Among the neither did he appear, to evolute
thousand acres$ t } } to keep them from'breaking. the home and tomb of Washington ; foreign -blocks, one from the Sultan, inscribed That it is a. real pleasure to listen to,the-
an Indian name, this grove is that of AV. D. Lewis, besides its pyramidal top can be seen from in Sanscrit ; Presented by the playing of the organist'at the M. E. Church ;
country.1' i, j jAs t t mostly:: from four to five years old. every part of the city, from every part of the Sultan of Turkey so as to strengthen the That she deserves a better vocal support ; I
to g<<; g nt condition of this grove shows District and looks down upon the loftiest friendship existing, between the two coun That they have,material enough to form a j
truly admirable, ;.'.'. upon it by its proprietor; elevations of nature within .a radius of tries. Abdul Majid Kahn has had his name choir seco'rid.to none in town. I
hundred I tasteful residence will soon be twenty miles. It is also an unobstructedview also written on the monument of"'ashing7 That if so soo1.i it is done.for..., hat in,the- \
body of wat /. ; : by the foliage of thr trees with from.the Executive: Mansion arid the ton. These words. ,- written from aclorono-' ; world was it begun for-the Fernandina.. I
southwest' aid It. fruit. He expects, next sea- Capitol. The site'is forty-two feet and the gam 12G9-1776 of the Hedjira." Boston -and Baltimore Steamship: Lines: I .
tion with the G ( a hundred in bearing, as well bed of the foundation over five feet above The tablet from the nio her:" of empires I II I
river. low in the contains in the characters of the A New Heal Estate Office at 1Pa1.do
The l lake: ;: cs ,of fruit trees. mean water _Potomac. literary \
of the same name' l Walker of' Jacksonville, 'on an "How about the surroundings; of the Mandarin or Court dialect of China the following Attention is called to the advertisement or ,
on the southern i tract, next to the Lewis farm, base?" wise counsel to the youthful Republic Mr. R. W. Campbell, real estate agent at I
soffkee. As ihii:? is 600 trees of which some two hunt That i is a question which is still to.be de : "It was,evident! Washington wasa 'Waldo. Mr. Campbell is thoroughly conversant I
place it i termined., There several remarkable in He with the business, and,his intimate. I
will be' ,: : "fine beating condition. He is are plans proposed, man divising plans.
scribed. r same for sale at $10,000. The but as it is too late to commence that before was more decided than Fnh Kien and Woo acquaintance with Florida lands and. the !
I' .; the of there will his four-footed falcon peculiarities of soil,, climate, etc.. fit him I
AZV would bring $8,000'at anytime: working season next year Shang, including ;
Atthe North 4' )Walker, also of the, .same be plenty of time to settle that point. 'The He, extended the ,frontiers thousands of specially for it. He has long been 'con
with insumci n ,.. a grove of about 500 trees. A11 of dedication can go on all the same, as the miles, refusing to.usurp theroyal dignity or nected with the landed interest of'tue. State,
boats; but raha : the shore of the lake. surroundings have 'nothing to do ,with the to transmit it to his posterity. In this he and we feel assured that his integrity:: and
for the passage: l of.. further on is the new settlement completion of the shaft.; In an original differed from all 'nations. Truly the sentiments i fair dealing will commend him to all WIll
This deep ch vntiel; ) an orange grove of large ex- design.prepared by Robert Mills it was pro- of the Three Dynasties have all'unexpectedly may have business! transactions'with) him-

half miles lor g l 5y 1 by is Tracy's Point,-with' R. S. posed to surround the, base of the obelisk ;appeared( ,in ,our ,day. I have ,
List LettersRemaining
asnili<*eut c 'p:' grove. Here a splendid view of with a colonaded structure 250 feet in diame- seen his portrait. His. air was grand and of
in the Post-Office at" FernarTv-
moss, like bo h : to be obtained. Mr. C. owns br and 100 feet high, and the obelisk shaft imposing in a remarkable degree. Ah who Florida
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to the t>atcr' eke and asks for lake fronts $100 per was to raise 500 feet'above that, making a, .I would not call him a hero? Among the Persons calling for these letters must .say
where an[ ora g back $75, and in the rear. of total of GOO feet, or 45 feet higher than the people of the great West can any one fail to advertised :
dense foliage )cilie| land $50. Conover is a' New present shaft., The entire exterior was to be pronounce Washington peerless? To the .Argrett, Joseph Miller, James
,Burrou h, Mrs LouisaWilson, Ensier
The scene is 'ih.l Next in order as stated above of marble, highly sculptured, with base United States of America : Promote national R
and sublime" orange grove of Judge John J.. relievos on the face of the four sides of the happiness and prosperity generally and ex- Clark, Mrs Hannah Packeter, Mrs! ..tffeyCree
carry ill mem rf': a run., Thisgrove is grow- base of the shaft above, and the interiorwas tensively. The like of such a Nation, one Duncan Robinson Mrs Silvio.
'Clark :Irs Alvira Smith S S kJiVU
for all after y.. ai.. in the midst of giant live oaks to be fitted up as a sort of national pan- so remarkable does not exist in ancient or Davis,, G F Smith,, Betty
into the!jam j i tie been girdled, their leafless theon, with the tomb and colossal statue of modern time." Douglass, ArtherEmerson Sallett, Henry
Judge John I. ijey ( ) huge trunks in contrast with, Washington. heroic statues of the signersof THE- GREEK TABLET. Isaac Shields, T A
and river and grbv of the orange trees, present the Declaration of Independence and The Greek tablet, in the characters of the Green. Henry M Thompson, C
Gobelin, John Taylor, Wm Mamia .
rare beauty: t1 1 latito but picturesque appearance. I other eminent founders of the republic, also immortal Sophocles, conveys the idea of Higland! ..Tames'ilkson, Miss GDC t"
seen. We arl hi entire five miles of fine ham- national paintings of the events of the George Washington, the general, the ruler, Hollins, Mrs Daniel Williams. Toby
region tl S. T. RIDDELI.J. P. :\1.
Lewis who, onoi in the State. Both sides of the that day was, I believe, about $600,000. trious liberty. The land of Solon; ,Thernis.
tributeil each a river for miles is lined with THE SHAFT. tocles and Pericles, the mother of ancient. Xo Speelal.Day'for'Iiarrainti

silt, the ride and a trip ,on the Susie B., The. conversation then turned upon the liberty, sends this ancient stone as a testi-j At J. & T.-KvDDs, but- .you can-get-tfcn*
hammock: beingi.' Times-Democrat Everglade engineering. details of the work.' Colonel mony of honor and admiration. From everyday. "-- '
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i CE.VKIIAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUKTY. I Assessfvr of 1 axes:-J. C.Matth e\vs. LIBERTY. \ 1I0:. US.

L, County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of RC1.'e1ute'v... F. Trantham, County Judge M. J. Solomons. County Judge-A. H. Brownell
i United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. v ? !i Clerk-W. W, Jeter. Clerk-T.H. Pitman.

LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Sch'oo18I. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
L'gltcr-L.' Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gill is.
\ A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. MONRttE COUNTY.County Collector of llet' /lue-Th08. P. Shnler. Collector of Ret'en lle-'\ Ilin m Tucker.
iReceiver-i-John F. Rollins Gainesville.
'Funlegor-General-Malaclll Martin Talla- Collector of Retemu-J. R. Herndon San- Judge-GTiias. S. Baron, Key 'V est. Assessor of,Taxes-Wm. E..Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton
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-hassee. derson. Cler'lf Peter T. Knight, Key West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.'f., H.Jacksona Superintendent of School* -Whitnell Curry.

: | DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas.. D. Chalker, Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. WASHINGTON.
Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes:"" Walter C. Maioney, Jr.,
C. Shackelford. Wm.
County Judge- B.
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Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
'Jfirs/wl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno. Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff E. P. Melvin.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. West.
Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
'I i INTERNAL REVENUE.Cohector : Sheriff W. W., Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of*Schools--J. V. Harris,Key Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Collector of Ret'e'1iue-John Roche.

-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville., Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake I West: r, Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.

i; j : :'COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Superintendent of Sc/tOols-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Horn
Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
John W. Howcll, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. I dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

I Edwin Jliggins, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge: William Clark.
j John F.,House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina. 'Clerk-D. G. McLeod. 1erk-James S. Fannin.

i I i I i BREVARD, COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H; Garland, :Fer- Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. 'SJueriff Joseph S. Stone.
f i nandina. .Treasurer-James 1 S.) Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
Judge-James A. McCrory City
State Officers. County Collector lle'lenue'V. B. McLeod. Collector Revenue Joel
1 I r Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott Fer- of of P. Atkins.
I i Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John)1. Bush.
G6cernJ.-'Vm.EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W., Higgin-, Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well.
i I D. Bloxham Tallahassee.Li.euteIlJntGovernorLivingston
Beth- Assessor of Taxes:'-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian hot ham, Callahan. -- -
I W. na. County Treasuree Gustav Stark, FenIan- -
Collector of Revenue-D.W. :McQuaig. Bre-
L. Crawford Tallahassee
I Secretary of State-John vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

\ &mptivllerV.. y D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent.,of Sc1LOols-' -' E.- English, County Judge-J.'M. Beggs, Orlando. DESKS.
| Treasurer-Henry L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine' Orlando.
1 JlttoTILe -Ge11.erat-George P. Raney, Tallatlas CLAY COUNT. Sheriff -ThomaSW-:,Shine Orlando. I
County Judge-J. T. Copeland. Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT OFFICE
Reid,.}"la.' ,
:i .C(>miiiisloner) of Lands-P. W. White.Tallahassee. .... ...
Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green'Cove Spring. Collector of Reveiiue ::; A.'M. Hyer, Sanford.

t S :Superititendent of Public Instruction-: E. K. Sheriff:'James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
Superintendent Schools John T. Seeks
Springs. of ,
t Mister Tallahassee.
:' ;'Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. -
Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. fUTNAM COUNTY.' "
'1 : BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.mmissionerA. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Prolate-E.'Harrison, Palatka. I :
I ; A. Robinson, Tallahas- ,Middleburg. fJlerk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka.
'tee COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. W\.KIV M.

i lerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Judge W. M. Ives Jr. Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
Astor County ,
Drew, No. S' Flat
ccial Agent-Columbus Jr. Lake Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Top.
Clerk-John Vinzant, City. Why use Desfc5of-orirnarr(
flu Iding, Jacksonville. W. Lake Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
Sheriff-J. Perry, City. construction when,. for slight
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland.
i'7tief Justice.-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.: ", '- additional cost you can haye-

f ssodate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. r the benefit of our improve-
Ese j Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. -:-" ments Awkward closets and

Mociccfe JlStice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.' .mnMu romrn'w.m'' '- side drawers done away with

Ja ksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jacksonville Superintendent. of Schools-T. J. Faulkner 'mm W'ran i We substitute
t revolving cases,
'le.rk-C. H. Foster,,Tallahassee. I Perry.
.t CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.j County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.f r which swing with a slight

t .sa ola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- Collector of Re'lJenue-J.;B. Hardee Perry. + thus enabled to furnish donble-
1 econd CircUit-David S. Walker, Tallalias- sonville. Assessor of Tores-R. L. Henderson. : -- the
.... space generally given on
Collector of Rcz'enue-Moses J. Brown, "
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= each side and when
4 ; 'bird Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. ..,, ; cases are-
i ;' Circuit-James M. Baker Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine.CmmtyJudge-1f.* R.' Cooper, St.. Augus u .a.,._ "Ca.;: ;;;;i! /"" -'-- open, the whole interior is,

:vi le.i. sell Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolb F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. -- flooded with light and all.

f Ifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, Augustine No. 14 LowDown Roll Top. portions readily reached with-

: cvi Ie. Mitchell County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to-
: ixth.Circuit-H. L. Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell Jasper. Augustine.
sulk Circuit-W. Archer Cockp Sanford Altman the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.
i Sheriff: Sampson Jasper. Collector of Rcz'enue-Joseph F. Llambias,
ti Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

j : Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THE "W"OOTON.
Columbia County.Superintendent Augustine..
FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
Cabinet Office
:: Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, $r---y, 4 Secretary

Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey,;iLeesburg.
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

it:. October.t ville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.
The most and desk ever
t Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Collector of Rcz'enue-Jo eph Hutchinson spacious elegant presented
'i ; in Octl ber. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Suniterville. ,p to the business public. One hundred andten

:, Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Saxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- compartments, as shown in cut all under

; October. ville. ston, Sumterville.. for Merchants
{ one lock and key. Especially adapted
''Escambia. :Monday in December. Collector of Re1enue-F.M.Hedich, Brooks- 'f'
r I I 'This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. S 4 S NEE COUNTY. tr slA x -' _J'. y-., Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials

I ? 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell; County judge.=,I.': M. 'Blackburn, Live A' ,;' ; -,; ',, ; and Professional Men general
Fort Dade. Oak.
i Term.
| Cleric'-Robert.A. Reid, Live Oak.
Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak.

f| JSprinh Taylor Term-, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in County Clerk-Wm.Judge-H.C. Brown L. Crane, Tampa., Tampa. Assessor Collector of Taxes-G. W.Umsted,Welborn. IVootou Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions
3AriS! Sheriff -D. Isaac Craft; Tampa. ,
e' | [lison 2d Monday in April.Hamilton Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
Superintendent of Sc/wo18-.T. O. C. Jones
] 4th Monday in April.
Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, .
i Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. Live Oak. RICHMOND: IND., U. S. A.SEWING.
j I in Ariril.i Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.
i Columbia, 3d Monday: after 4th Mondayin Tampa. County Judge James H. Chandler, Enterprise -

.i Lafayette, Cth Tuesday after 4th Monday W. B. Lamar Monticello. .Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
County Judge- ,
1 in A1lril. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
SIierijif T. B. Simkins Monticello.
Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Glen
in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. .Hodges, R U
Tavlor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday Cove. I
Schools W. R. ., : ,, II"
of Taylor ;
October. Superintendent Collector of Re1enue-P. N. Bryan, Glen ;;"-.\":-'* ;' t -'- ". .
4 :t Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Cove. : .3t -

l l J r Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello.County Treasurer.W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent .of Schools-L. D. Huston, ,'. ;:,--": ,'"oci'L-': '.: :;' r. ". -:
; _
after 4th ,
1st Mondayin
'i Su Monday Enterprise.
; van nee, ,
Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- .'.

f Columbia, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday ticello.Assessor of Taxes-J. P Grantham, Wau- County Judge W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

: October. keenah. 'Sheriff Charles Alligood, Crawfordville. El? 014E
Y:1 Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday ,LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. ;THE FLORIDA
in October.
; Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts
} FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville. ,
JSpriflg Term- Sheriff ,
ii County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw- TOWN
r'' ? St. Johns 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. fordville.

!' ClJy 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. Collector of Revenue-R. McMillan,Craw-
'< Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Fernandina, -

Bier, 2d Tuesday in April. County Trea.mrer-J.1t1. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-R. H. Walker, Craw-
+ F Nitsisau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line.
< ;Dtival,1st! Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA.
:: :FalI'ITerm- Old Town. And Cedar Key.
;t; .St.:John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.
Clerk-R. R
:;, ;;Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Treasurer ; Shepard.
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. .
|Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County JudgeWm. P. Byrd Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams.
3d in October. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. | (Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
Nassau, Tuesday SAmjf A.'Moseley, Tallahassee. =
: jD vat, 1st Tuesday in November. ClerkC. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent'of Schools David Tinner.
number of the and desirable
r:! FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, POLK. I

;SprVig Term Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable for .Business Purposes, or for
:. ,Sximter, 3d Monday in March. Trea.mrer--J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk S. Pearce.

t. I Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bowen. City or Suburban Residences, Ie
y P 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F..Beville. if11P
,, I tnam. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-J.'D. Filles., 5

iit L vy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxef Vf. H.'Johnson.' UPON EASY ;TER.! S. 5t11
,: Maijih.! LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary. .tI

', _. Ajachua; 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal .Discounts on Values allowed :to Sllll I
){a :h. Sheriff J. S.Parker, Bronson. DADE. e
f. all Term Assessor Taxes Louis County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. 'J.5Ur
of Appell, Bronson. parties engaged manufacturing or ind s- '
;: S$mter. 1st Monday in October.M'trion Collector of Ret'enueB.. Barco Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner.

; 3d Monday in October.. Key. Sheriff Vim. M. Mattaur. rial enterprises, who will,erect on the property -
; : I Pjitnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J, B. Mendenhall Tre(1l1lrer-J. Wm. Ewan.

4: .I Ltvy, 4th Tuesday: in November. Bronson. Collector of Revenue Wm. H. Benest. purchased substantial improvements _
1i, i Ajachua; 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest.

jt o'lember. for residence, or in which to conduct their
County Judge- Witherspoon Madi-
Spring Term County Judge-George F. Baltzell. .
; Q i Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips.SheriffAndrew business. lIGULA

A V lusia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M.. Beggs, Madison Scott.Trea.rnrerJames INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS PEffIN: pA NEVER
Bs vard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Perry, E. Heam. EVEqi ORDER.
4 Madison. Collector of Revenue-John'B. Anderson. OUTer
1 i ..Jolt 1 D-ide: Term, 3d Monday in April. County Treasurer S. S.-Smith Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from C) NO 'EQU\ .

Collector of Revenue-B.\D. Wadsworth Superintendent of Schools Samuel J.Erwin.
.t | Orange, 2d Monday in August.
Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and CHlBEGtowns.
j i Vplusia: 2d Monday in September. ..FRANKLIN.Countg IWBOlWE IHG M
-S ] evard.; 4th Monday in September. ison.Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- Judge-"Robert G. Baker. Apply to _

1. Dade.. 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS.. W. LEWIS 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
. { '. Fernandina. \.AN14
Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. IGq ANQ
; : f f County Officers. Clerk-Robert County Judge-Z.S. Griffith T. Crawford,' Manatee., Manatee. 7rea.rnrer-R. H. Porter. I,, ':jS-Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. v t-L. 0 () MASS. G.A-
;t : ALACHUA.inty Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector ofRevenne George'A. Patton. FOR SALE: BY .

I 3-r : : Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Assessor of Taxes-W. F. Parrish, Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. .I

I :H cilh. town. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. JAMES: HeCIFFlN, I

I :: i Cerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, OADSDEN. -. : I
\ Sheriff S. C. Tucker Arredondo. : :.-, .,, AND BUILDERAlachua (
1 : Popash. .
Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. ." '"""", >I""M., "" ": ', -z"-H. ':. ;.., CONTRACTOR !
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: t Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. ; ''',:__ --0'" < j

I ill's. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. ,. ,." :f,: r:';.:: ,.,' Street, between Second and Thil'l ;;
; qUectorof Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. Treasurer-A. ? ".1.t"iIIi I
::1 f vilfe.: M. Smith. .. ':;.j. *_:" .. FERNANDINA, FLA. .,
: County Judge-Samuel Marshall. Ocala. Collector of Ret'enue-R.)Morgan. '. ), ''1''- ',', .
I; :pj.'i : ipfrintcndent; of SchoOls-W. N. Sheats, :' Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. : >.. > ,'j:_; .. ::. Orders and estimates from a distance wre-

\ s.i. Gainesville.i.1 Sheriff-A. B. Gmtchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E..L. Allison. '_',;,,'.' '.;.:.' : fully attended to. ::*

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I ESTABLISHED 1875. Leave Cedar Key................... A.M.7.35 P.M.7.30 .Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00 a m
1&.IJ.LOHMAN'S. Leave Rosewood............,..... 8.07 8.10 Arrive Wakulla-........................... 9.05 am
: -- t. Leave Otter Creek................... 8.35 8.55 Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am
i 1 !&' os Leave Bronson-..................... 9.17 9.55 Leave St... Mark's-.................?.....10.00 a.m
DRUGS and MEDICINES 'Arrive" aknlla.............................10.25
Id1)E! GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR A LARGER BUSINESS, HAV- Leave Archer........................ 9.48 10.30 ant
I jug au INCREASED; STOCK OF GOODS, Leave Palmer..:....................10.03 10.49 Arrive Tallahassee-....................11.30 a m
Leave Arredondo..10.18 11.06

Leave..Gainesville..................10.45 '11.36 CONNECTIONS.At .
BL UNK LCOMFORTS T Flm lB: hwlB: DnB SS G GOODS D CLOT1 L HORSEY& CO: A. M. all points Jacksonville North and, with East Waycross with Line for

Arrive Waldo...... .. ..............11.27 12.30 dina & Jacksonville ; the Fernan-
Leave Waldo-........................11.40 2.00 dina ; Short Line for Fernan-

i [BOOTS AND SHOES =| PHARMACISTSCentre 1= Leave Thurston..12.03'P.M. 2.30 the St.; and Johns with River Steamers, St. Augustine for all ,points etc. on

and thogsands'rf.other articles which I will sell for 85 per cent. less than you pay Leave Starke-........................12.38 2.47 insular Baldwin Division with Florida Transit & Pen-
in another h'ousij' for the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and I Leave Temple's....................12.46 2.57 for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
nandina. Cedar
will convince y
f.: jj. Jl.OlI.nAX: Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts. Street, Leave Highland.......;............1.33, 3.45 &;Western Oak Railroad.At with. the Savannah, Florida
Leave Manville..................... 1.49 4.15
S H MVMM HMH HMBM H H BMMBHB MH H BM M H MHB H BMMaMM MM M FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, Arrive Baldwin..................... 2.11 4.50 Railroad Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

Leave Baldwin......... on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat--
.......... 2.16 5.40 ,
LESALE AND RETAIL. constantly on hand a fine assort- Leave Brandy Branch........... 2.34 6.00 urdays.At Chattahoochee River
t f. ,KEEP of FRESH and. PURE FOR: Leave Dutton_....................... 2.47 6.15 cola & Atlantic Railroad for, with)Iariimna.the Pensa-
EIGN and DOMESTIC Arrive Callahan..................... 3.15 6.50 sacola :Mobile : Pen-
Leave Callahan...........'.....:..... 3.22 7.10 Louisville, and, Montgomery all New Orleans,
points Southwest
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.10 8.06
Drugs and Chemicals Arrive Fernandina............... 4.35 8.4039"Day and Northwest, Columbus and and with Eufaula.all boats for Apalachicola -

-_- J Passenger daily.except Sunday; The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
g.- Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. all points 'Vest.Through .
= "" b
; rte II
v- Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths S
-t? Proprietary and //Fancy Goods,
DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
.q and at new office southwest of
corner Bay
FINE TOILET ARTICLES, and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
Day Pas. Jtt m, Gen'l Ticketand Pass.Agent
P.M. A.M.
Fernandina, Fla.C. .
Leave Waldo......................... 3.08 12.40 W. MAXWELL,
s IN GREAT VARIETY.! Leave Dixie........................... 3.27 1.10 Master of Transportation.
Leave Hawthorne............ ..... 3.42 1.33 Baldwin, Fla.
... Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.00 2.03 D. E. MAXWELL,
TpST Physicians Prescriptions Leave Orange Lake................ 4.22 2.33 General Superintendent. I I
I $ Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina, Fla.
F.'r f carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 i

reasonable prices. Leave Silver Spring............... 5.25 3.35
p :Leave Ocala........................- 5.45 4.00 Savannah, Florida and Western. j
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 RAILWAY. i
In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Arrive Oxford......................... 6.42 5.09 ,

........... Circuit, Nassau.'County,' Leave'Vildwood.................... 7.00 5.30 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.
.. ,;,;:..".....__ .. Florida. Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10
.. .,. -= ,
"" _-. All trains of this road '
'-_ 5, .....::::.: =.. -.= ..... ..... JANE M. MOORE, GOING NORTH. Meridian are run by Central
'- ((90th time
) which is 33
......., -'-.IIiII'I\! A.M. minutes
-F' ; I ]R _1'--: i'r::::::- .-""-=...... .';;_;;_ r= BERNIAH vs.MOORE. J}\ DIVORCE.,1'i Leave Leesburg:..................... 6.50 P.M.6.00 slower than Jacksonville time.
sarryrre'cO.NrrA.' -r- ';: : Leave Wildwood?.................. 7.22 7.00
i, i : i: APPEARING, FROM' AFFIDAVITfiled Leave Oxford.......:U......" .. 7.33 7.17 ON and after Sunday, November 2,.1884,
i I that Berniah Moore, the'defendant, Leave Lake Weir Station'T'...... 7.49 7.40 Trains will leave and arriveas

: B., :NOYES resides beyond the limits of the State of Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.42 follows:
.F ,,. Florida, so that ordinary process cannot be Leave NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. +
Silver Spring............... 8.47
f I DEALER IN served upon him; now, therefore, it is or- Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:40 a m E
dered that a hearing be had upon the facts Leave Sparr's' ......................... 9.25 9.45 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm. i
FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES, charged in complainant's bill of complaint, Leave Orange Lake............... 9.40 10.08 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:20 a moO
filed in above stated cause, on the first Monday Leave Lochloosa10.02 10.45 Arrive at Waycross daily at-.........10:00-a m.

and Grain Ship Stores in October next. Leave Hawthorne..10.23 11.15 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p n>-

Hay JAMES M. BAKER, Judge. Leave Dixie.........:...............10.40 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m.
FURNITURE PAINTS ,, June 20th, 1884. 31-3m A.M. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52: p m.

I STOVES, I II Arrive Waldo.... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at...._.....10:05 p m
t I a.r- Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a nv
HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Day Passenger daily except Sunday
; CROCKERY. Night Passenger daily. ; Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a nv
Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 1:30 pIn
Arrive at Charleston ........
j GEORGIA AND FLORIDA daily at. 7:25 p in-
I Prices Low as the Lowest. F. & J. SHORT LINE'DIVISION.. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-

))1'. E. corner Centre and Second Sis,, Fernandina, Fla. Inland Steamboat Co. (FEHNANDIXA GOING TO SOUTH.JACKSONVILLE.) cola cola and Mobile Atlantic, New Railroad Orleans, Texas daily for all Pensa-trans-

Leave Fernandina-....................10.45 a. m. Mississippi points. Possengers for, 'Brunswick t
AN ORDINANCEAn R. AUSTIN- : Leave Hart's Road......................11.15 a. m. take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia
NO HEATKNO! DUSTBUT Arrive Jacksonville..._.....:... .....12.30 a.JU. B. & W. R. R. at 1.00 p.-m.
Ordinance for Fixing the Rate of Assessment Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on thistrain' ,
for\Taxation for the Year 1885. GOING NORTH.
A Sail the Picturesque Leave Jacksonville.................... 2.30p.m. Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile
BY THE CITY Delightful Along
BE IT DAINED Tin. Sheet-Iron Ware' Leave Hart's Road.....................- 3.05 p. m., and New Orleans.
Council |of Fernandina:' 1 Sea'isiands.fi@"A r .Arrive Fernandina..................... 4.15p.m. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
SECTION 1. ((That for the purpose of meet- ville to Cincinnati via Jesup.
ing the current expenses of said city, and AND DEALER'IN Jj2JTrains'dail} except Sunday. ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.
the past due indebtedness thereof, for the SUNDAY
year 1881, there be raised, by a levy upon > PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE tBa EXCURSION.A..M. P. M. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:25 p m

the real and personal property of the cityas -- Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:30 p m
assessed, a tax of twelve and one-half 1ALR n FFI B andC00KST0SP1 THE STEAMER ,Arrive Fernandina................10.35 8.04 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:04 p nv
((12}) mills oh the dollars, as follows: Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 4.30 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 3:50 p m ,
For current expenses..................1'per cent. Arrive Jacksonville......_......- 8.25 6.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 p m. '
For pastiine Bonds....._.............2i mills. !II II Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p nv .
Pullman Parlor Cars
Jacksonville Sa-
SEC. 2. That the one ((1)) per cent. of the 111111111 CONNECTIONS.AT .
t vannah. This train stops at all local stations -
tax above assessed for current
expenses may
between Jacksonville and Savannah.
be paid in (!scrip or cash; but that the remainder i ,
6f the tax, or the two and one-half With New York and Fernandina Steam j
I Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m
((21)) mill of the tax.'thtis: assessed shall be
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m.
paid in d-shi bonds or coupons. ST. NICHOLAS for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 3:10 p m
Passed First reading December 3, 1884. With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05: p m.
Passed ticcond reading December 3,1884.Adopted Ip LEAVES FERNANDINA EVERY MON- and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive! at Jesup daily at............... 6:35 p m
I December 3. 1884. 4 Friday mornings. CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m I
", G. F. AVERY, President. Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of
Attest h Lincoln and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive! at Charleston daily at-. ..... 1:45 a nv-
street and :
: J every Sunday Thursday
n 0. FRIEND, Clerk, mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. I and all points North and West, daily.AT ., daily..ll:00 p m II IIArnveanVashmgton.D.C. ,
Arrive at New York daily at........ 6:40 a m. '
Approvetf ,
: Wl. H. POPE, Mayor. For :Regular and Special Excursion Tickets To and from Jacksonville Tallahassee, Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars
Jacksonville to New York
and all points South, West, and Northwest, without change.- ,r
C. C. STRATTON & CO., Of daily. Leave Jacksonville! daily at-......... 7:00 pm"'
the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, AT HAWTHORNE
Arrive at Jacksonville .....
To and from Palatka daily Sunday.AT daily at. 7:50: a m
MACON except Arrive at Callahan ......... I
OF GEORGIA, apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull daily at. .7:50 p m.
COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS> and streets Savannah. WILDWOOD. Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10:05 p m
MODE BRO'S' Brunswick Bryan either will be With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:55 p m

HAVE-MADE. Fla., the author- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS transferred at St.passengers Simons by Steamer way Ruby. Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at :Macon daily at._............ 7:50 am
wed Agents to contract for the sale of their Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Atlanta daily at............11:59. a m
val will be at risk of consignee.F. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
BRICK fIN ANY WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. W. SIMMONS, Agent, West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping
QUANTITIES. Fernandina,Fla. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
C. WILLIAMS Gen. Havana every Friday; from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
Parties wishing.to purchase will get all information DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Savannah, Ga. every Saturday. Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and
|is regards prices from them. J. N. HARRIMAN Manager. With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and
Samples?of different qualities and stylescan TIN AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. for and from Key West, Monday and Northwest.
be sect'.) at the,office of for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday I EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.

MODE BRO'S, ., Wind Mills for pumping'water or running RAILROADS.TIME and Friday. I. Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 8:50 p m I
t { Fernandina. light machinery promptly erected on order. For information respecting routes, rates, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 6:15 a m i
Church Factory and School Bells for sale CARD etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 0:35 p nv
FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER at a bargain. .''I*: V dina, or to ,the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Waycross daily at..........11:40 p m Ii
: ., 3-Stoves at Wholesale Prices. OF THE .. t sonville. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p nv
FOR SALE CHEAP All goods delivered at the various trans FLORIDA RAILWAY &JAVIGAJI05: 'COMPANY.In Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50 pm'\'
'. : portation stations within the city free of FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm
EDGINGS AID SLABS, charge. All sales for cash. .Effect July 'ittti,1884..... I Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:00 a m I
j' .10 cents per.load.. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. \: CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at Albany daily,at-...........10:30 a nv. t
ROUGH L11MBEIt, ,TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. ,, Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p nv
j Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. (FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY.) ( TO Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a nv
i Fro $5 to $16 per M ft., WESTWARD.No. Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:15 a m
according to quality. NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD f* (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) No. 3. Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:05 a nv
Accom. Mail.
LU BER, GOING Arrive at Charleston daily at.1240: p m.
Leave Jacksonville...... 7.35 6.30
a m m
$12 to $20 M. feet.MESSED E NGINESBOILER SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. p Pullman Palace
Cars Jackson
per Sleeping .
Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.16 am 7.40 p m
Orders b iT(le )hone promptly attended tot -HEW,AND SECOND HAND. V Leave Fernandina.10.25 A.M. P.M.5.05 Leave" Baldwin............ 8.18am 8.50pm ville Pullman to Louisville Palace via Sleeping Tnomasville.Cars Jackson-
Lake City......... 9.48am 11.14pm
WIL .IA)1 B. C. DURYEE, ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.50 5.40 Live Oak..10.37 am 1.10pm ville to St. Louis via Thomasville.
Ste Arrive Callahan. 6.10 Pullman Buffet and Cars Jack
11\Saw and Planing Mill. Sleeping
Office foor>; Centre Street. 8. OombUcd Orange Box and 6hl>, leEale IIM'I-e Leave Callahan....................11.22 6.40 Madison ............12.12p m 3.40 a m sonville to Washington D. C. Pullman
-- ci GI..., Sew Mill, Planerm, R....., *e- Monticello ......... 3.10pm 6.50am
; Leave Dutton.. 7.15 Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan- ,
Ask for Cat alogne .and Price before baying.HANDLE Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.36pm 8.10am
( PR .;IS & CO. P.M. Leave Tallahassee.......- 2.40 p m 8.50 a m nah. Connections at :Montgomery with
DUfiANMACHfeoT Leave Brandy Branch12.32 8.07 'I.ouisville'and Nashville Railroad for New
i & ...... ...... 3.43 10.50am
Quincy P m
Arrive Baldwin. 8.40 Orleans and Texas points and the West and
REAL ISTAJT| | AGENTS, 65 67 ELM ST. CINCINNATI a Arrive Chatta. River.... 4.50 p m. 12.50 a m
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Leave Baldwin..... ...12.55 9.15 Northwest. At Savannah with Central
i, ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) Leave Maxville..'. 1.17 9.45 EASTWARD.No.2. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and

Loans i Leave Highland..................... 1.35 10.06 .. No.4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
pro: r4,Mortgages.negotiated,Exchanges -FOR- Leave Lawtey-.-1.49 10.24 Accom. Mail. way for all points North with steamshipsfor

hill effected. Leave Temple's...................i:. 2.05 10.49 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 a m 2.00 p m New York, Philadelphia, Boston and
awes S itTo n! Lots from 25 feet to 4 Leave Starke.......................... 2.30 10.57 Quincy-...........12.10 a m 3.43 pm Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 Leave Thurston-... 2.42 '11.16 Arrive Tallahassee:....... '1.20 p ra 5.15 p m New York. Philadelphia Baltimore.
',\for sa e Ii i :MACHINERY\\ Arrive Waldo. 2.02 11.46 Leave Tallahassee ......_ 1.27 pm 5.50 pm Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
as* ;-"**: Mar.v'1s: having been selected A.M. ':Monticello-.......12.45pm 8.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage
Canal iterm&us; fill e Atlantic&;Mississippi Leave 3.09 1.15 .' Madison ............ 4.10pm 10.35pm' Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths

; (undth survey made for Government OF ALL KINDS, Leave Gainesville.................. 3.48 2.20 Live Oak..._...... 5.31pm 12.55am and sections secured at Company's office in
by General Gillmore), charters for the Leave Arredondo.................. 4.09 2.46 Lake City......... 6.26 p m 2.55 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at De-
ronstructioi b" : of vhjch} having been granted Go to F. M. Robinson Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.21 2.55 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.53pm 5.40am pot Ticket Office and on board People's i
the United Sates: Government and the Leave,Archer......................4.36 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 7.56pm 6.10am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
increase ingislaturest0f Georgia and Florida, a large Leave Bronson........... 5.05 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.37pm 7.20am and JENNIE LANE.
U ; in't tie vjilue of adjacent lands may MANUFACTUEEE andDEALEB, Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.42 5.05 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR,
Su confidently; locked for. (See New York Leave Rosewood.................... 6.15 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays., but General Passenger Agent.A. .

n-3-.t'. ) ;t J JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Arrive Cedar Key................-. 6.45 6.35 will run Mondays. 31. IVES, Agent.

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1";, liE Iii. l OlUJLlnnO u. by the Engineer Department and REAL ESTATE IN FERNANUINA to dismiss and ,strike out, and nn objection I A 1)EEPSFA DEPTH OBTAINED
..... made( the said is
thereto being ,
: application
.,' embraced in the estimates. The Major Haines who has done the
IMPORTANT ORDER THE U. S. granted, and i is so ordered bythe court. work on
GEOpGE the bar and
._0 i: L total estimates amount to over thirty .. "THOMAS SETTLE, I jetties at the entrance to the
Subscription-: .... ,.82 per year; six months $1.O millions of dollars, and, the sum pro- We publish below .an order. madeIn f "JACKSONVILLE, Fla., December Judge.2..18841' port of Pensacola, says that the work (.n the
jetties the I
site cornier: :Centre and. First streets,second floor.. posed to be appropriated will be the United'States District Courtat -------. -- I practically completed present, appropriation is
';- THE ELECTORAL SIIA 1 and that the
r Jacksonville the 2d instant in remaining
i. KL1TE3: OF ADVERTISING.Ten about twenty-five Tier cent of the on work to be done now
cen js| ''a line for,"the first, and five cents for amount estimated for. The amount the case of Tunno vs. Florida Rail- The, mode of electing the President reverting and maintaining the work consists in its in

Mach snbf:] which the a
\! lal I Teal; notices, 15 cents a line. Engineer Department re-: careful
"Seadin:'notices, 25 cents a line. ports can be,' profitably expendedupon tant bearing upon the question of the States is attracting some attention in examination has been' made of the twenty
five foot channel
"Special- l'rate for time advents rents upon appli title to real estate in Fernandina, and view of the possibility, under the 'recently dredged, and
< lon a tbeofliice.S'ommundeatnns. the jetties at the entrance of it is found to be unchanged and the
Cumberland Sound during the ensu- puts a final quietus upon all ques- present system, of the will of the gained fully maintained, and that there depth has
upon all matters of local intern tions which have or can possibly people being defeated. been no drifting of sand or other
:!sE smUe ted from all parts of the county and from ing fiscal year is $600,000, and, for matter in-
lines arise in reference the of The of:the Constitution is to the channel.,
alsng tli e oI"Florida; railways. the St. John's bar the same. An to validity theory '.
\11 cc mraunications Intended for publication the titles of the Florida Town Improvement that certain eminent and wise citi-. We congratulate our western deepsea
'should; >- addressed to the Editor; all business appropriation, of one-fourth: of this Florida
tlefiers.. s:rai,ly to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. amount would give to each of these Company, through which tens should be elected in each Stateto port on the success which

'-=,= improvements the sum of $150,000 company, much of the real estate in the,number of Senators and repre has attended the labors of the engineer i-

r ::0 SATURDAY'I. DECEMBER u,' 188 We have no desire to diminish, this city is{held. sentatives to which the State is entitled to secure a 25-foot depth of

-;, .2tl1t..VEJV CONSTITUTION. the amount proposed to be appropriated The United States Court have ab- and that these wise men I water on the bar at the entrance of

jTho .official canvass has shown to the St. John's bar:, which is rogated and "discharged all claim, should on a certain day meet and the harbor of Pensacola. The same

"tfiat iy the required majority of .a work entirely distinctive from the interest or interference with the pro- ponder over the momentous ques- depth of water can be obtained here

tfre p polar vote it has been deter- bar at the entrance of Cumberland perty of the Town Improvement tion of the choice of a President, and by a liberal appropriation to complete -

ii&inea that it is necessary to cause Sound, and which, if carried out according Company by Reason of or under any cast their votes for some 'illustrious the jetties, now in progress for

Mrev' J ian' of the entire constitution. to the plans and estimatesof claim arising .out of the direct;tax and eminent citizen. The practiceis that purpose.

'lhe clauses of the constitution of the Engineer Department, would sales, otherwise, connected with that a political, convention of each The work already done has remained -

"1368, under which. this determina- .not be a substitute for or stand in the war, or since. The claim of party is called and candidates for secure, and when sufficiently

'\Ion las: been reached by two suc- lieu of the work here. Last year we Tunno & Co. represents the interestsof President and Vice-President are advanced, will begin to favorably

.ce5si e !votes of the legislature and had good ground of complaint, that, certain bondholders holding!) un- nominated, with the understanding affect the action of the strong scouring -

by the, popular: vote, provides that if after the' Committee on Rivers; and satisfied claims on the lands of the that the popular vote in. each State force of the tidal current and the

-a majority of the electors shall have Harbors had agreed to appropriatean Florida Railroad Company under its shall determine the choice of that powerful body of water flowing out

.feted i favor. of calling a conven- equal amount to each of these original name and organization. State for these high' officers. Certain of the St. Marys River. For reasons

,tion the l legislature shall at its works, Mr. Bisbee, the, ,member. of These claims, it will be seen' by the persons are duly nominated as dum- satisfactorily given in the engineer's

next session provide by law for aconvention Congress representing this District, order of.court'and statement embodied mies to cast the formal vote of the report,'the work to be done here is

/ to be holden within six exerted himself successfully to in- therein, are held not to apply State. Thus far in the history of likely to be permanent, substantialand

Tibonths* after the passage of I such duce the committee to increaee the and to be absolutely abrogated, so the country these dummies have effectual. It is a work in which

] .wt| jmd that such convention, shall, appropriation for the St. John's at far as the estate of' the Town Improvement been faithful to the party which ,the whole State is interested, and

!onsi st of a number of members not the of Cumberland Sound Company in Fernandina, nominated them, but'it is quite;supposable which, (now completed, would ben-
expense ,
less than both branches of the' legis- and'the interests of this port and the Ceder Key and- 9ther to'whs lying that.in a case like the Til- .efit the 'producers of Florida to the

iatu l. As no provision is made in interior of Florida. He had a rightto between. 'Fernandina and Cedar Key den-Hayes election, where a" single value of many tens of thousands of

this part of the constitution for the endeavor to increase the expenditure are concerned, and also as to all electoral: vote would have turned the dollars.

t5ub ission.of the' work." of the conventon for the St. Johns but not to do lands which had been made over to scale, that sufficient inducement $3,000 FOR A MAHOGANY LOG.

J',to the people for ratification, it at the expense of the'work going the Florida Railroad Company for or could be offered to secure that vote- "A larger quantity of mahogany is being

1t; seems to be considered by.many on to increase the depth of water at connected with its land grant for the and the person thus ,bribed would received variety of here foreign this wood year," said than a well-known any other

rthat'the convention would, have the this port. Fernandina is the deep line of road between Fernandina andCedarlKey I commit no offense cognizable to the importer to a New York Mail and Express
dower to frame a revised, constitu- water harbor of the peninsula of andjield.in the.name of' law, in fact,. would be theoretically reporter. "It is becoming fashionable to

it iml'and put it at once:into operation, Florida ; its commerce, already large, the Florida Land and Immigration doing his duty by exercising his free use mahogany in almost every kind of fancy
and ornamental woodwork, and in
: V chink there is no ground for this is the direct commerce of Florida; if Company. It is therefore conclu- choice in selecting the persons whomhe manufacture of furniture, and other articlesof the

pup J osition. It. is of the.essence,ofa the depth of water can be increased sively'settled,by this order of court; thinks'best for these offices. ordinary use it has taken to a great extent

| constitution which is the supreme this port will become_ equal to, the final so far as these interests are con- All will agree that the whole thingis the place of black walnut. This fall,

jaw! pf a state, thatit be'adopt'ed.and demands of our immense ocean ex- cerned, having' been made by consent a'sham and might be productiveof especially, the partial failure of the sugar

gratified by the people' of the state. port business. We trust that our .of both parties, that the title of great mischief. ,There is no possibility crop has from stimulated Cuba, and the Mexico shipments, from of which mahogany -

fThe constitution framed, in 1839'nd Senators and Representatives will the Florida.)-Town' ImprovementCompany of.the theory of the Constitu place..:the wood in this country principallycomes.

;under; which we came into the Union act together; to secure for us a full and theFlorida Land .tion "being carried out, arid'what' Very ,little comes from South

fin. 1J345, was, by an .ordinanc eincor- pro_ rata share' of the appropriation and Immigration Company are re reason is there then for preservingthe America."
What does it in themarketliereT""It
\ iporated in it,submitted to the people to" be made. moved from further litigation or mo shadow in form: of an unreality.It is one of bring the most uncertain com

I for ratification. It is true that the We are now informed by a,special lestation. We think the immediate would, be far safer and better to elect modities that we import in respect to price,

h*, ;amended constitution of 1861 was telegram to the -Timcs-Union that the effect of this order will be to induce the 'President and VicePresidentas and cargoes vary in value from eight to

!not so submitted; but that was in a estimate of$600,000 for the improvement the purchase and improvement of the Governors and Lieutenant- twenty-five cents a foot these being the
limits. Sometimes, however, a
time of war and under exceptional of Cumberland Sound has the valuable real estate in this city Governors of States are elected by a ordinary
single log will ,bring a hundred times as
4 1:circumstances.' The constitution of been reduced by the Committee on owned by the Town Improvement direct vote of 'the people, which much as this. In its rough state a log can

;rl865 was also passedunder, the stress fivers and Harbors to 12 J per cent. Company and the general improve would take it :out of the power of only be judged by its exterior and some

g *of immediate urgency and rather asa of that amount, being only $75,000. ment'of the city and.line of railroad.In anyone individual to determine the idea can be formed of the quality of the
wood and the of the in this
the United States Circuit Court Northern result as is now the case. Grover pattern grain way.
: provisional constitution than as a This is gross injustice for which we : Its commercial value depends principally
District of Florida: Cleveland. in fact elected the
:permanent law. The constitution indebted to Mr. Bisbee's action was on its experience -
I* are "William M. Tunno and others, against upon pattern. Experts frequently
Kif 1868 ordinance of 5th day of November by the vote of difficulties in of the
was by an the last session. We hope he will.now the Florida Railway Company, the Florida great judging
J convention submitted to a vote of take the opportunity of rectifyingan Railway & Navigation Company! EdwardN. the:people of the United States, but value of a log, and the buyer often strikes a

;idle :people for ratification; and by injustice and insist on an equal Dickerson, Dol L.. Yulee,* the Florida in the purview of the provisions of Last big bonanza week in this way sold most unexpectedly.to a
a log was on shipboard
Town and Improvement Company, the the Constitution he not elected '
its provisions all ,amendments made with other was for for it a
percentage improvements Florida Land and Immigration Company; man $50. Ve gave him $80
fl>y successive legislatures are re-' of a similar character. and others. until the electoral votes were cast on quarter of an hour afterward, and have

?l |quixed to be submitted to a vote of "Now come.tlfe plaintiff by their solicitors Wednesday,the 3d day of December.A since cut $3,000 worth of strips from this

tFe!people In order to adoption. ACCORDING to Mr. F. E. Beddard, and.in open court asked leave to ,dismiss single log. The beauty of the pattern was
GALE at East St. Louis in not discovered till we began to cut it. It is
their bill of
complaint as against the de- 1,871,
The practice may be said to be a London zoologist, earthworms two not valuable a
fendants, E. N. Dickerson, D. L. Yulee, the according to Mr. C. Shaler Smith very often'however, that so
;..universal''' to submit all revisions feet in length have been found in Florida Town Improvement Company and prize is drawn.; "

i-of >the constitution to the popular the British Isles, and various speciesas the Florida Land and Immigration Cohi- overturned a locomotive, exerting a
force of less than CANNING WITHOUT CANSThe
-rer: ict, whether prepared by a convention large or larger are known to exist pany, and as against these defendants only; no 93 pounds per 'published results of Tyndall's experiment
and to strike from the bill all foot. At St. Charles
prayers for square a jail
or passed by the legislature. in South America, Western Africa ''fell under the eye of Dr. Chase of
'"Thirpreamble of the constitution aliwa' and New Zealand. The largest spe- relief against the said defendants, or any of was destroyed 1877, the pressure Thomaston, Me. At his suggestion )Irs.
them, and all allegations of the said bill ,
:rs begins with "'Ve, the people cies known, however, inhabits South which relate exclusively to the said de- required being 84 pounds per square Chase put up several gallons of Damson
foot. At Marshfield in 1880 brick plums in stone pots with but little sugar,
fendants and which relief is a
h -()f' he State of This indi- Africa. Forty years ago a specimenwas upon prayed, the jars being only covered with cot-
against them only., And for,cause'therefor 'mansion was leveled, the force nec-
!Cat s !that it is the act of the people described, which measured six ton batting.The plums kept perfectly,

In heir sovereign capacity, and not feet two inches in length, but it the more complainants accurate information say that upon received fuller by and the essary being 58 pounds per 'square until opened one and two years afterward.Mrs. .

.the! act of We, the Convention. Any seems to have been nearly forgotten complainants since the filing of their bill foot. Below these extraordinary' Chase told us of the result,and we have

COl stitution not sanctioned and rati- until the other day, when gigantic they are'advised, and they believe, that if pressures, Mr. Smith has instanced for three years put up berries in the same L'1St
of the their prayers for'.relief against the said de- numerous cases of trains blown off way, and never had a jar fail to keep.
J.1 by- the, popular vote would be same species was sent year we opened in the presence of several
fendants should be granted, and the
they rails and
bridges etc. blown down
-subject to criticism and revolt, and to the London Zoological Garden people a jar blueberries, that had been put
holders of the eight per cent. free
:i \rould be an unsafe precedent to from Cape Colony. The, longest land bonds of theFloridaRailway Company, by gales of 24 to 31 pounds per. up just two years, and found them in nice
square foot. order. Directions Use crocks, stone butter
::tfy to.place in operation such a con- measurement of this worm yet taken mentioned in the bill, would be injured and : Prepare -
other convenient dishes.
jars, or any ,
; :::;ti uti on."r e think the submissionlie reaches,six feet five inches,its diameter I'not benefited, inasmuch as the granting of A FR& astronomer has found and cook the fruit precisely as for can
such relief would have the effect of rehabilitating '
<>3f, amended constitution to the being nearly half an inch. all the bonds and coupons, demands reasons for believing that a circular ning in glass jars; fill your dishes with! the
fruit while it is hot, and immediatelycover
the Trust Estate whichwere protuberance-presumably volcano pet
: against retired a
tied on.
PICTURES OF SOUND-Some remarkable with cotton batting securely
ex-e by the transactions ,of the said defendants, -:which exists in, the southern is caused by
Remember that all
j : photographs of a pistol or some of then complained of in the said
1 -; JjVe trust that the work of the contention hemisphere of Venus has an eleva the invisible creatures in the air. Cookingthe
bullet in. its flight-under the illumination portions of the bill, and would create other
will be 'and tion of less fruit all these and as they cannot
: so wisely justly of an electric sparkhavebeen equitable demands against,the Trust Estate, not than seventy miles. expels the fruit
done' that it will receive an almost the aggregate of which with interest, would He regards such a vast mountain as pass through cotton batting
I secured by Professor E. Mach thus protected will keep an indefinite period.
iiintmimous approval of the people :. exhaust and greatly exceed the value of all not incompatible with the planet's The writer of this has kept berries,cherries.
, -when submitted to- their examina- of Prague. He has also photographedthe the property which the bill seeks to bring volcanic nature. plums, and many other kinds of fruit the for
. : air streams which one may see back into the Trust Fund,.from the posses- two years with no cover save batting on
j ,' tion.I sion of the said defendants, of them, jars.=Sharon, Mass., Advocate.. _
or There is
1 \'. I over a Bunsen burner: placed in sun- any : an entire unanimity in -
1. !{l} :HARBOR APPROPRIATIONS. shine; an"das even obtained pic- and a large remainder of the demands which the expression: of the press of the The excessive coldness of the weather and of
would, be so rehabilitated. and newly created, heavy snow storms have driven
I r; the Committee on Rivers and Har- tures of waves of sound, these last would, be left to participate in the proceedsof State, in favor of a, short session and ,wolves from the Carpathian Mountains into.

: :nor>s, it is reported, have agreed to being made visible by a method in the Trust, property now''existing and speedy; adjournment of the Legisla :the some cultivated cases spread districts terror, where among they the haven PeJ)1'-' ;

; :.report a bill at the present session which advantage' is taken of the irregular ;available for the payment. .of outstanding. ture.' At Homonna in North Hungary a pack the inhabitants .01-
bonds. 120 wolves entered the village while
, : :Appropriating' about eight millions of refraction of""light by.air set And due notice having been given to the A MOTOR, driven by small charges were at church and were not attacked ,
dollars for the works ... driven out till a squadron of Uhlans
recommended in vibration sound.
i\ .: ;''.1 by defendants of the said'application for leave of gun-cotton, is an English novelty. them with carbines.
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it .. .. .- ,- THE,' FLORIDA MIRROR f DECEMBER 13, 1884. ; :
--l- -r
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i Velocity of tILe Jlfoou.Decani .

. 17jb faintly' picture, perhaps, how it 1I I J. Sz> T. EYDO: :

would setae, from a station near the lunar

I orbit, tit i=ee the moon-a moving worM-
rush! by kith a;'velocity greater than that of

the cannon( malt I, in: its swiftest flight i ; but

with cqujl} : speed i its shadow actually; travels ] FALL CAnI.IPAJGN": [

along tilt; earth ; and now, if we return CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT, ,
from our>innagmary station to a real one -
here belosv, we |are better prepared to seewhv Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the
shadow is such a unique ,
thi4 flying* Northern.and Eastern Markets and taking advantage of cash *
epectacle| for, small as it may be when seen

in relation! to the whole! globe it is immenseto chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low

the o, aver ;whose entire horizon is full FALL_. WINTER GOODS

with it, ajid whit{ sees the actual velocity of 1

one of tae hehvenly! bodies, as it were, FIGURES THAT. WILL DEFY COMPETITION.We -k *

brought down,tp hiin. t
The ruler >who has ever ascended to the WHICH WILL BE DDE'D TO WEEKLY AS THE SEASON ,ADVANCES. li
endeavored select the
have to
..soperg; et'1'ulii 1 ,will recall the magnificentview

aw?be sib'et' to understand the good Latest Styles in We have received our stock'GENTLEMEN'

fortune had the ti opportunity an observer} to (witness Forbes)thence who once this Latest' and ,Most Stylish Designs to be Found, Fall Dress Goods, FALL CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods

phenomenon, and under nearly a cloudlesskv. SILKS, CASHIERESIen's: ., Boys'Youth's.

"I I ercei' he says!:, "in the southwest and all we ask is to give us a call and price; for yourselves,and see the : ,Brocades, Alpacas. Velvets, An elegant. line. Also the in all the

; ,a black ehjaftow, like that of a storm .-ito Velveteens, etc. Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.
about to break, ;jwjitch obscured the Alps.It 1

was the lunar shadow coming towardsus. Great Bargains A fine assortment, or"e are Special Agents for
." Anti he speaks I of the stupefaction IIJIUENSE BABGAINS-![ IN .

-it is l his wonj-caused by, the spectacle. BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassineres, BROWNING, KING 2s CO., I

I confess: ," he (continues. "it was the mostterrif.ing of New York '
Linen Towels, Toweling,
ight.er saw.
had in Fernandina at the establishment ofMODE
in the case1 of sudden, silent, unexpected House-Keeping Dry
pens ;
movements,the spectator confounds Goods. Suits made to order and a

real and relative! motion. I felt almost giddy Mattings. Rugs, Oil Cloths, Fit Guaranteed.A .
t! fora moment, as though the massive build- BROTHERS large line of '
Goods and Notions
Fancy ,
ing under Me bowed; on the side of the com- ,!3" Underwear* SPECIAL ORDERS
Another witness, who had Hosiery and Gloves,
ing eclipse. from Low-Priced to Fine Filled,in New York
been looking at'!some bright clouds just be- -IN-
fore, says: "'rI?e bright cloud I saw distinctly -

: put out Pike' 'a candle. The rapidityof DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS

the sl'adtlld.the intensity, produceda ;r. W 17.Northeast '., ii.-Y-JI: >,

feeling that something material was sweep-
ing over the earth at a speed; perfectly frightful. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING, GOODS,',f- .. corner Centre and Third Sts.,
listened for j '
I ofautighty involuntarily wind.Century.The the'rushingnoise )JB@' NEW YORK OFFICE 83 Walker St. \ FERNANDINA, 'FLA.

-- Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.. t It
of Nevada is steadily ,
dwindling. The. Carson Tribune estimatesthat .!,
there are nut,more than 12,000 voters In I I1IALLORY'S

the State. In 1 >0 the total vote was 16,611. I WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED STEAMSHIP LINE 1; Hi' '

Only one county has 3,000 voters, and of

all the others Monty three have a voting
'in excess of each. One
population 1,000 FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. 1
county is credited with 200 votes ouly, and

there are five counties whose combined vote. WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. &- \
will execed 2,500. ,.. j-fag t5 ?_sajaa.sFi5.8ggga: I
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WITS{ Florida. .., \.' ..
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LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. .. __ _._ ........! 'dd .L. ._. '1... .- ;i'f.
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Lands I.octetl, S Z

Tnxfs Paid, and f ii
Titles Examined.

Many bargain J Ire offered, and all persons PAUL FUNKE'S !
desiring: to l'ate in Florida will find it too .
their interest 'All upon or communicate -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS- I

with me. 3-tf I CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. 1.080 T<.)NS. 'I '
otDINANCE +++4+++#++44#{++++4-++++4 I g f-r++r-+++++++++t- ++++ -+++ -+ STAT OF TEXA8, 1,543 TON

Ordlnaiice 1,508 TONS.WESTIJfN 'j'CARONDELET
Entitled an to Amend the Police Ordinance'Apjroved
May 23, 1877. TEXAS 1,210, TONS. "

of Fcrnatidiim:
l lONE
SECTION L. The; layor shall keep docket
book, in whichj;' lIe shall enter the title of I I I I 1 1 I I I
every case brought before him, all adjournments of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
the time and manner of the trial or THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
other disposition! of the case, the judgmentand CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
sentence, including the costs assessed,
This Line, having no Transfers between Ferimmliiia and New
the names ofall witnesses sworn on the trial,
and all other had and before FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
proceedings by '- -
him in each case, and he shall sign his
The offered the of DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED
traveling public are advantages a
name: threto, after rendering judgment.
SEC 2. Whenever any fine or costs shallbe
imposed on any' convicted of
person any for JACKSONVILLE and thence Steamers to all the ST.
ROAD points
by on
offense, the Mayor shall commit the accusedto
custody of the :Marshal with orders to
collect RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
the saidjfine; and costs, and turn said
fines and over
costs to the Mayor, and if theM
id fines and costs are not paid immediately -
to commit the prisoner to the city jail, THROUGH ,BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
there to be imprisoned until said fine and freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to
costs shall be paid''; .provided, that such imprisonment llIBSS Goo Silks GUShrnBIBS
) shall not exceed one day for s R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, .
each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
and costs. C. H. MALLORY & CO., ,
.SEC 3. All persons imprisoned in the Pier 20 East River New York. 51-
city jail under sentence of the Mayor's FANCY GOODS, WHITE'GOODS. etc. II :
Court, or for failure to pay a fine and costs, .
way be employ led,1ty: direction of the Mayor, GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. ,t

at the labor city upon and all the persons streets imprisoned or public' works for nonpayment of- BLANKETS j AND I HOUSE-FURNISHING I GOODS }) (

of fines :and costs shall receive a H. E. DOTTERERINVITES .f
credit! at the rate such dollar per day, with
subsistence, for labor, which shall be (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) ...
credited on the amount of fine and costs ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF I!1
charged against them. 1t
SEC.. 4. The Marshal, under the directionand Hamburg Edgings Gloves and Mitts.ALSO t!
supervision! of the Mayor, shall have -i- *
charge md control of the city jail and of all
prisoners con fined.therein, and shall be responsible A COIPLETE'STOCK OFGents' { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }
for their's.fe keeping and propercare. I
All persons'arrested by the Police of I* : *
tins> city for any offense' ,either with or with- Goods l
011ta. Furnishing
warrant shall be immediately delivered "
by the officer!making the arrest to the EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
arshal at the jail together with the war-
rant or statement gf the cause of arrest, and
such person shall thereupon be held in cus- FALL CLOTHING, FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES..
idy by the Marshal, subject to the further'order ; i
of the .
The Marshal shall keep a record BOOTS SHOES HATS .
Q all ,
] prisoners confined in the city jail,
giving! the date; of. their commitment and AND CXF GOOD QUALITY.
dIscharge, by whaq! authority and for what PUREES I
cause and shall report every morning to the ,
d a list QCall1)risone..s received by himlu"nS '., .' t

Ordinance SEC. .G.the conflicting All preceding Ordinances arc hereby with twenty-four the or repealed.parts provisions hours.of Ordinances of- = SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS E _+FINE TEAS AND.t-f..I. COFFEES I!I- i

pint; reading December 9, iSSi.: -t -*ttt* +.- i iI
Second reading Decembers, 1834. I
lassed its third reading and adopted De- -BY- THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. ,

cember 9. 1834. .

Attest G.: P. AYApproved RY' ; President of Council. : fJc:P 4tT,4T1.! FUNKE.. NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. I 1

EMiL '
FRIEND, Clerk. I
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:, :,\ NEVERGIVE. .. UP. 'would:have' been awarded the palm I in Bringley are singularly uninteresting calculated_ to give rise to unpleasant 1 that she knew, of. At least Mr
N'ev >r glove? up 1 It i is wiser and better (or the golden apple, isn't it?) by nine- ; and I was just: about shaking the speculations to one's sanity, and on Lasalle may have had some but she
A I Iway$to hoop than once to despair; tenths:of fellow-men. The expressionof dust off my feet when, right in the the other hand, T did not feel much had heard Lasalie, 'say'she had
I: Flit ; Itf| the. load of! doubt's cankering the, face was one of sadness, but corner of the churchyard, and quite by inclined to settle down in the place, for not a soul rel'ied to her. They had
the sadness of itself I ,and beautiful indefinite period and in for star- only been here-almost
,A break the dark spell of tyrannical only a passing thought, saw the cross an go two years when
|rc. not a deep seated sorrow; such an expression cedar that make up' that picture. I ing in the faces of all the young ladies the lady died in giving birth to a son!:
yeti. er hive up,! or the burden may sink as.might shade the face of an walked over and arranged my camera, for miles round in the hope of meetingthe and was buried In the churchyard '
: P: evidence yrou! ; has kindly mingled the cup; angel on a temporary'visit to our'earth, put on one of, the ,dry plates, and subJect' of my dreams. The next a, grave that stood by itself. Th:
An in ;all trials and troubles bethink you, and which would pass away with the finished the whole business in three morning I did what I suppose anyone gentleman! left the neighborhood at
'r ic watchword" of life must be, "never first stroke of the wings in its flight, minutes." else would have done ,under the cir- once, taking the infant with him, and
I giVe;; up! homeward. These criticisms, I may But what'about the young lady- cumstances-I went straight to the she had never heard of them again.
:\e Or give up! There are chances. and remark, are of course the result of.sub- or young spirit?" I struck in. Didn't churchyard, and to the grave itself. Even the house itself had practically
": .I elping changes,the hundred sequent reflections. :My own feelingat it take more than three minutes ar-' All was as silent and solitary as upon ceased to exist, having been altogether
At though the hopeful chaos a, high Wisdom to one;arranges the moment was one of pure admir- range that piece of grouping?" the last occasion. I went close to the altered by its present occupier and
: ation. Well, wait a minute," was the an- cross, and putting aside the wild rose, owner.
ver success, if you'll only hope on. What a beautiful face!1" I said ; swer, given rather impatiently I read: I am free to admit that
;e er give for was
the a
;i } nowing up that providence wisest is mingles boldest, the but was.it taken at a ,spiritualist se- The whole story centres round "Sacred to the memory,of Beatrice facer !l' This was all, then The
that had to the instanta- that The Lasalle who died October 18 1862 whole affair had
cn all ance you use same young spirit. mystery begun at a grave, and
An of maxims, the best, as the oldest, neous process for it?" has only just begun. When I took the aged 21 years. Until the dawn." it seemed, had made this circle
I the true ; to
: of" never give up. Barry looked particularly pleased. photo, I saw no face near the grave "Now, it was impossible for me, end there. But I remembered
Ne. er give up! Though the grapeshotmay "Well," he said "you're rather and heard no sound, and believed think of the matter, how I might, to picture. At least, I could set my mindat my
Or the full rattle thunder-cloud, happy in your guess. It' was something most,firmly that I was the only human get rid of the idea that it was no mere rest as to whether that face was the
Sta' id like a rock, and the over storm you or burst the; like it ; but that is an enlarged being (above ground) in the place. chance that had brought the lady of face of a woman, or, as I had some-
battle. photo. The original is on the next Subsequent investigations strengthened my picture to this grave, and I felt times half believed, of a spirit.
little shall harm you, though doing their this of certain that could I dIScover
worst page. idea up to the point cer- absolutely "I asked the old lady some questions -
1e er give i up! adversity presses, I turned the page. tainty, as you will hear. Of course the.whereabouts'of the relationsof about one or two names which I
rovidence has kindly mingled the cup; By Jove 1" again, this time with you know that, the new process is 'the dead woman I should not be had noticed in the churchyard and I
An, I the the best stout counsel in all your distresses much greater surprise. much simpler and less troublesomethan far off another look into_ the eyes of believe she told me a good deal'of their
1 up!I" watchword of "never give This was a smaller picture-rather the old. iTheimpression is taken the living one., I went back to the history. When I thought her mind
i larger than what they call, I think, literally instantly, and then there is inn and at once asked,the landlord.if and memory were far enough from
I PSYCHICAL f ESE' f IWIL cabinet size. It was, the picture of a no more bother until you develop the any one of thename: of Lasalle livedin this dead Beatrice to make possible
grave. The head and only stone wasa plate, which may be days afterward, the neighborhood. No, he had recognition not quite a matter of im-
: Well Wilde, I'm glad to see you large cross, not high, but thick and or even weeks,,if you like. lam extremely never heara the name. How long ,mediate association, I took that face
1>a. k again. I'm sorry I can't intro- broad very roughly hewn, and resting sorry to have to bother you had he lived in the town ? About from its case, and, holding it out to
du ;e you to my wife just now, but she upon a ponderous pedestal, also of with all these technical details, but'in ten years. How long had the parsonof her, said :
,is out, and wont ,be back very much stone, but nearly covered with creepers. this case thev are necessary." the place held the living ? Only Did you ever know any one at all
}before. dinner, I expect. She left apologies Right across the cross, and hidingthe "Oh, don't mention it," I said.c"I about four years. The last man had like, this ?'
and" all that sort of thing for you, inscription from a casual glance, always did love amateur photog- been an old bachelor, and had held She gave a little start. Ah, yes,'
th ugh. clung a wild rose, which also covered raphy." the post for forty years. Oh, well. she said, it's poor Mrs. Lasalle her
.. It was my most intimate friend and the mound of the grave itself. Close Yes I know," he went on. "All who was the oldest inhabitant, where very self!l'
old school-fellow, Barry, who spoke, behind it, forming a background of the plates I was doing for Norton's did he live, and was he in his dotageor This was a tremendous piece of evidence -
r as 'lie: stood with his back to his drawin darkness grew a yew tree, whose dense book I developed as soon as possible, capable of answering questions ? in favor of my hitherto vaguely
-room fire;:and I reclined almost at foliage seemed to fall around the cross but those I took for my owns amuse-, Mine host did not 'rightly know defined spiritual hypothesis, but I did
I hid feet in the easiest of easy chairs. I i like a curtain and throw it into bolder ment I let bide until I had spare timeon which was the oldest inhabitant, but :not depart from the usual course of in-
had only'returned to ,England three relief. 'But'what caught the eye was my hands., Of course, that picturewas he knew an old one, and that was nota vestigation. I belong to the Society
J days before, after more than two years, none of these things-though I have one of them,and I did,not touchit 'he,' but a 'she,' who lived,about a 'for Psychical Research, you know, and
df;:East rn wanderings during which : mentioned them ,first-but a face that until I again got back to my studioat mile off, and could answer questions, our method is strictly scientific."
I' tee onljr news I had of Barry had.. looked at ,you from over one of the Hampstead. Now, please ,to get but could not hear them, being stone I repressed a smile, and my friend
been a:vague announcement of his ap- arms of the cross; the face I have just yourself into a proper state of mind, deaf. Encouraging,wasn't it? How- continued."I .
proaching marriage. On my arrival attempted to describe. The body or you won't appreciate what I am go- ever, I meant to try all I knew ; so I tried to shake the old lady by as
1 I*/had promptly obtained from the must have been hidden by the cross ing to tell you. ,That you will hardly got this lady's address, and presently much cross-examination as :politeness
h Arts Club his address at passionate and creepers. The face alone was visible do in any case, though,' as you have reached the cottage of the ancient would permit, and only desisted out
I Brampton; ," and as soon as I had a and in the deep shade thrown by only seen the picture as it is now. I dame who was supposed to know all of consideration for young' Mrs. Sug-
moment to spare I went to see him, the tree the effect was startling and had or believed I had photographedit about everybody, and whose name gidge, whose voice showed signs of
only giving him notice of my intentions ghostly in the extreme. as it is not. Judge then, if you can, was Suggidge. It was a well-built, giving out under the prolonged strain.
inja j note posted the night before. "Why," I said what a grisly sort of my overwhelming wonderment, my substantial.little house, with a garden 'How could I be mistaken ?' were
tl ;iMy friend was an amateur photog- of place for a lady to choose for a sitting immense surprise, when I developedthe much better than most of those I had the last, words I heard on the subject.
rpherof the most enthusiastic type, !I' or was it really a spirit, for plate to find that face, which I passed. A good-looking woman of Oughtn't I to know the pretty face I
.ajid!I I knew him too well not to be which your instantaneous process wasa think you have been good enough to about forty came out of the door to saw most every day, week in and week
:.aware that a,quarter of an hour would bit too quick?" admire looking at me from over the meet me as I unlatched the garden out, to say nothing of sitting looking
:)t pass without his hobby's coming There s nothing grisly' in a cross." gate. Surely, this was not the af- at her all church time every Sunday,
into >the conversation somehow or woman's grave" replied Barry a little The most natural explanation" I flicted female ? It wasn't. because, she was such a picture of,a.
.'.".'others; After five or ten minutes' inConsequential stiffly ; "but, he added, more in his began. What might I want ? lady? Who should know her, if not
!to chatter came. usual tone, "that was an accidental Yes," he interrupted, I know all To see Mrs. Suggidge. Old Mrs. me, when it was me helped to lay her
{ You" '. would like a before-dinner ciffitr portrait-at least, I suppose most peo- about that. You are a philosopher I Suggidge was indoors. in her coffin.at the last? Ah, dearyme
'' he said.U l\Iy wife doesn't alI ple would call it so:-tnough I am inclined am only an artist, and my first feelingwas Ah it was old Mrs: Suggidge I and she, looked as white and
!IJw them here-says they spoil the to believe in special provi- not a demand for an explanation: wanted to see, to ask her a few ques- sweet as a lily, poor lamb.'
I (flrt.ains. Come up into my study 'and dences." natural otherwise-but one of simple tions about a family that once lived There was nothing more to be said
3M1 show you some of my work. I "Ah yes !1" I said, ,"just so-a sort admiration. Ridiculous as it may near. after that, so I'put an end to the con-
'p jtive not done much "lately, but I of sweet little cherub to keep watch seem to you, great traveler and physi- Oh, then, it was all right ; there versation, and we parted with mutual
: forked hard before was married, over poor amateur photographers and cist, I-to put the matter shortly- was nothing mother liked better than expressions of esteem.
+I "'ld I think some of the Derbyshire bring beautiful young ladies into the fell in love with my lady of the tombs answering questions if she could be I came back to town, with the full
: :1 4 ener: are really worth looking at." focus of their cameras !1" there and then, and held the picturein got to hear them, but that was an certainty that the subtly sensitive
j f Y The room into which I followed himI No I but, seriously I think the my hands in a rapture for I don't event which seldom happened, it plate had caught what the dull eye
1 I needs no description. One room full story of that picture would interest know how long, ,before I so much as seemed.. I was shown into a nice had failed to distinguish-the face of
I I of photographs is uncommonly like you, and I intend telling it you in any thought of explanations. Even whenI comfortable little room, in which the Beatrice Lasalle. There was another
'f j another. Cigars lighted there followed case. Shall I have time before". did think though the natural explanation object of my search sat busily knit- certainty, too-that I was: in love, and
I ten minutes or so of boredom of (looking at the little clock on the ,' as you call it, was not so ting. The daughter having introducedme in deadly serious love, with the spirit
looking at photographs of rocks, glens mantel-shelf.) Oh, yes plenty, I easy to, arrive:..'at. This grave was and my business to her in a voice of,a woman who had been twenty
-and waterfalls; interesting to the think." some' distance from the others, and striking like the shriek of a railway years in' I caught myself
taker, no doubt, but utterly without I am all attention,'' I said ; but stood quite alorje' having,no, tree or engine, she said she should be happy wondering rater often whether Mr.
t.i 'r attraction to anyone else. With an one question first. Is there anything shrub near it but'the' yew. I had con- to tell me' anything she could about Lasalle was alive or not, which was
: immense pile of cardboard still before: supernatural about it? Is this face templated it for;some time before deciding anybody. Grateful for this extreme very absurd, as of course it couldn't
i .;; me, I determined to break the tyranny that of a denizen of churchyards or of to'take-it, and I was quite amiability, I collected all my energies, make the slightest difference to me.
.' >at any,:;rice, or at least change the drawing-rooms?" certain that.no one approached it dur- and imitating as nearly ,as I could, '-' a week at Hampstead, doing
.form. ,of infliction., Wait and hear," he said, and keep- ing that time. Of course, when I focused but still feebly, the'timbre and pitchof noting but look at this likeness
By.the way," I said, the instan- ing the picture on my knee I settled the scene I necessarily had my the daughter's voice asked her if and ponder over these strange circum-
| 'taneous process was becoming fashionable 'down in my chair, and my friend eyes on it, and it :was absolutely, impossible she knew if a family named Lasalle stances, till I worked myself into a
1 j! when I left England. Have you began. that I should have missed had ever lived thereabout. The effort mental condition impossible to describe -
done anything in,that way ?" About two years ago I was takingan seeing a face-her face above all-had was a failure. She knew no one It flashed upon me suddenlyone
Alas he,had. intense interest: in Saxon churches it been there. Now, spiritualist as'I' named Russell nearer than Bilston evening, while I was looking at
j "Oh ," he answered cheerfully, about which my friend, Norton (you am, and dreamer as you thinkme town, and he was a ,butcher who beat my picture, that if this went on I
ptlraggiug i down a huge album from the know him) was intending to bring outa I always 'seek a natural ex- his wife. should go mad.
j) shelf;' Vail these were done by the book-an edition de luxe, with pho- planation'' of an apparent mystery Feeling sure that I could never "This idea was new as it was un
I new pr cess. Look,at them." tographic illustrations. I had nothing first and I decided on doing so in"this excel,or'even equal, my ;first supreme and s effects were ele tric.
{ I pushed the pile of scenery away. particular to do, and he gave me a list case. Had h: not been honestly in endeavor. I asked the younger woman Within 'forty-eight hours I was journeying -
i I had'got'rid of that at any rate andI of churches he wanted taken in the love with the vision 'I should' have' if her mother-in-law: could read. down to Derbyshire, having accepted -
took the huge book upon my knees Midlands and so I,devoted, .one Juneto simply kept they portrait as a subjectfor Yes, but she was always hurt if an invitation from some very
: i with' about as lively a sense of relief as the pleasant task. pleasant speculations when I had questions were,written, as she did not pleasant and matter-of-fact people. 1
I I that with which convict turns from I had been pretty busy knocking nothing better {o do ;; but I was in like to be thought hard of hearingwas went down resolved to forget my
the sober occupation of oakum picking about in Worcestershire for a fortnight love, yes, really ;in love, and I :'made even offended if she thought folks Bringley experience as entirely as pos-
I ,to the lighter frivolity of the treadmill. when I saw that the next job on my up my mind to solve this mystery shouted at her. sible, and not even to look at the portrait -
: Now I thought for trains in motion listwas, a porch and two windows of without delay." Oh I for heaven's sake, then, tell during my visit. I had not the
without wheels, horses galloping with the church of Bringley, quite a small "And you discovered that it was: her I have a sore throat and cannot strength of mind to leave it behind me.
if fifty legs apiece and swans on the town in the next, county. Consultingthe the wife of the curate?" I said. speak above a whisper, and do you 10 suppose it was a natural resultof
Thames with half a dozen necks each. train arrangements, I found I No, I didn't," was the reply, act as mouthpiece for me; 'I said. that queerly spent week, and of the
4 I opened it at the'first page. should have to spend at least five and you had better have another cigar "Mrs. Suggidge j junior was not a hurry of my final preparations, thatI
t 41 By: Jove 1" if this was the sort of hours at the place, though my work Wilde ; it will keep you from fanatic in the case of,'Absolute Truth,' reached Mellor Hall with a terrible
: thing:my friend had been instantane- there would not take much more than making futile interruptions. I" could' and promptly did as I wished. A headache-one of those malignant
ously ;photographing all means half an hour, and my next halting not leave town for two or three days, temporary check was .even then put headaches which reduce you to a state
Tleutyof! it. place was sixty miles off. However, and during that time I enlarged the upon investigation by the mother's when you can't speak to anyone without -
1 The;first picture in the book :was a I thought it would not do to'miss it, as head into that picture which you saw commiseration of my misfortune, and hating him, "or look at anything
: portrait. A head. A.woman's:head, the name was marked on my,list with first and when I went to Bringley I her recommendation of several dozen without cursing it-when sitting seems 'I
and nothing more. Though a little a star, which meant important, and the took both pictures with me.I got infallible remedies. The question was worse than standing, lying down worse I
indistinct and blurred in outline, there next morning I packed traps and left down there too late to attempt any-, put and heart, ,at last,however, and than either; when, above all things, I.
1 was d niteness enough in the photograph by the first train. It did not take me thing that night; and though I 'turned the answer came. you are impelled to fly from the face:
: to make manifest a beauty such-:long to finish the porch and windows the subject over in my mind all the Yes, she knew whom I meant. of man. I couldn't go down to dinner,
a I a? might have inspired.the' -dfelieate i 'the only pieces of Saxon work that way down, and continued to do so until Twenty ,or more years ago a newly and I spent my evening a, violent
t .J. ;pencil of a Leighton In.hIs.most-ldeal i had escaped the destructive hands of I: fell asleep J could not arrive at married gentleman and lady of that struggle against my desire to divert
moojd.. / It was a face :which' had it time and the 'Restoration Society.' any very definite conclusion as to name had bought a house and ground myself in a way I had forsworn ; thatis
't| l> erl exhibited in a gallery of Types Then I had nothing to do for three or where to begin. It,would hardly do, close by. She herself had even livedin by weaving fool's fancies round
'01 :Boauty," would have represented four hours, so I cast about for any picturesque to go about showing my portrait to the house several times when upper that little head of hers' as Browning
: I t' :mV Views on the subject with perfect graves that might be worth everyone I met and asking if they servants had suddenly left. has it.
4 *. accuracy, and I venture to think amusing one's self with. The graves knew who it was. Such a course was Had they many: relations ? None I had been lying down, aria I
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don';:knW, ivhht time. it was, when I looked from the pictured face to .1 IN THE CIRCUIT,COURT, I Wood, Wood. I Valuable-Orange Lands for Sale

thought :vague try the effect! of the its living original. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,NASSAU' Having, recently established a WoodYardnear Tracts containing twenty acres each of

night; air. |: threw the window open, COUNTY FLORIDA. Duryee's mill provided with all the choice, high hammock land on Orange; .
necessary,machinery for sawing and splitting suitable for
orange growing truck farming
and learii igimy elbows: on the ledge "So you see, said Barry, as he '
DEXTER HUNTER, FIRE-WOOD_ are now offered for sale. The e landsare
looked oit.l! It: was ,a perfect Au- shook hands with me at his' door aftera vs., 1 I am now prepared furnish Oak Wood very conveniently situated for transportation

gust {night. !; The great yellow moon very pleasant evening, ",my,amateur JOHN H. BOYNTON. ATTACHMENT, sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fireplace by water or rail. and will be sold on
hUTlfin a clou', less sky. Before me photography has done me at least one Doing business under the I I 1,603.00. at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD. terms to suit purchasers. Titles,are unques-
and of'Joh'n tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
name style J. A. ,ELLERMANN. .
lay tbe be uijtifpl! garden. Beyond it good turn. Boynton's Son. J large bodies. G. R. FAIRS\JTKS.

stretched robk'and; wood and water, It has," I said, with emphasis., "I DEFENDANT, JOHN H. BOYN- Miss L. .G. Watson February.16. 1882, Femamlinn. Fla.

and the picture; was closed in all round shall buy 'a camera myself tomorrow.." SAID, doing business as John Boynton's Has opened Select School l for young' girls

i by gray u *dulating hills, dotted here 'Longmans Magazine.. bon::: will hereby take notice of the commencement and children, in the house on Centre ,street,
> of the suit by '
abovetentitled corner of Seventh. 'Terms liberal!
and there with gray, desolatelookingfarms Attachment in the Circuit.Court, Fourth Miss Watson will commence a class in Sale of Railroad Lands.
and cotAges.( I don't think_ I Traveler's Guide. Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of Decorative Painting Embroidery, etc.. on .
saw s uch ? ivory moonlight..' ", Nassau. Florida; and is notified to appear, Monday October 6th, 1884. '
ever ; ,
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. plead or demur to the declaration filed References: Rev. O. ,P. Thrckara Mr. S.
44 >\\tem)[ era o the Psychical Society, therein, on or before the first Monday in'
Swann, Mr. H. E. Dotterer, Judge C. V.'
: ,ht not sit in the Day Passenger Train leaves March by default'will be 26th, 188{
in next or judgment r
I put: 1I.oq; to. For Cedar Key and Wild wood.and Hillyer, Major F. A. McWhorter. 45
taken herein behalf of Dexter Hunter
moonlight it :.IS thought, to have a all Transit Road....... on ,
; ; points on .10.25 a. m. the plaintiff above named. ,+ LL LANDS, INCLUDING THOSES.granted : .
jpecil'bc;tr}ngon their complaint." Savannah and all points North'' R.. M. DAVIS WANTED' by the State and belonging to i
: criticism, of that and West................................10.25 a. m. H. J. ,
ib re.1 erve BAKER .
(connecting at Callahan.) GENTLEMAN WHO IS A PROPRIetor -
The Ss
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Railway Navigation'Cemp'y-
Focietytil' l ly l :1ve done my story. Mrs. For Tallahassee, Pensacola.and all Fernandina, Fla:, Nov. 28, 1884. l-3m A of si Northern Summer Resort
Barry wil be ;Lack directy." the Florida Central & (which is eminently successful and pop-, (formerly the Atlantic, Gulf & West India
Western Railroad................ ...10.25a.m. ular wishes
44 Yds," I answered it would be In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial ) to lease a well furnished Transit Railroad Company), will be offered
(connecting at Baldwin.) Hotel in the South, or would accept a position for sale.
as will to get;: the story done before Day.Passenger Train arrives Circuit, in ,and for the and have considerable influence. This sale will cover lands as far south and

he eqmes >".' Perhaps she doesn't From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and County of Nassau, Florida, Don't'want a house of over 75 to 100 rooms. including the last tier of Sections in Town-..

take as m ich. interest as.I do in your I all points on' the Transit Road... 4.35 p.in. Josiah H.'Prescott' :, "j 1, Best of references given and 'required. : ship25.
of old flamesevenI I From Savannah -and all points in \'s., :j I notice of Address .at once. The Office for the sale of the lands above
I reminiscences the North and,West................ 4.35 p. m. John H. Boynton doing"bus-} Attachment WILLIAM H. BRIGHTON. referred to will be located in a Car on'a sidetrack
: one :'I'! ; From Tallahassee, Peusacola. and mess under the name and I j" Amount 455 State St., Albany, N. Y. of the Railroad, twelve miles south of

"\VellJ he: went on, as r was telling all points on the Florida Central style of John 'Boynt 'n's | Sworn to Panasoffkee. '
& Western Railroad, ................ 4.35p.m. Son. J $1,000. COTTAGE The sale will continue for TEN DAYS?
the noon
; you, was lighting up LUCY commencing on the day named after which
j Night Passenger Train leaves- above named defendant, John H. ; i
I every ?iiCk| anu: stone in the garden. For Cedar Key Wild od. and all : THE of the City of New York, doing Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, I commencing the 8th day of December, l
i Every leaf wa>|distinct-more distinct points on the Transit Road........ 5.05 p. m. business under the name and style of the sale'will be resumed' by the Company at 1
than in day ight. I almost thought I For Savannah and all points North John Boynton's Son is hereby notitied to FERN ANDINA, FLORIDA. its Office

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and West .. .. . 5.05p.m. enter his appearance in and to the above entitled
could count.the, petals of the flowers. (connecting at Callahan.) attachment suit commenced against Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished withor No. 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.

Then I turned. my face upwards to the For Tallahassee, Pensacola;and all him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott without board. Table Boarders will be
plainness and clearness: without shadow points on the Florida Central & Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in accommodated; also transient. All communications in relation to sales-

*, Western Railroad.................... 5.05p.m. January,'1885,-and to plead or demur to the 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.LARGE should be addressed to
or stale."The: I filed therein before the S. I.
(connecting at Baldwin.) declaration on or WAILES
beauty of the night was so I I Night Passenger Train arrives first Monday in February,'1885, or judgmentwill FOR RENT. Land Commissioner, t

!supreme; so vast, that it carried once : From Cedar Key Wildwood and be entered against him by default.H. 51 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
all the Transit Road... 8.40 J. BAKER, DWELLING AND STORE,
out of toe s miserable self. I points on a. m. i
quite I : From Savannah and all points in Attornefor Plaintiff" in above suit.J. extensive yard-room' and gardens

had forgotten; iliyself and my troubles, the North and West................. 8.40 a. m. A. EDWARDS. Clerk'Circuit Court. attached, on Alachua street;:suitable for a r
when I turned; ( my eyes earthward From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and I Fernandina, Fla., September 6,1884-3m .'i large family or boarding-house. Possession
again an'd saw her. She was standingthere all points op Florida Central & : ..f.... I can be given about, August 1st. $5 ELECTRIC LIGHTH!/

Western Railroad.................... 8.40a.m. In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial : '.. -, -- (' "= .
in the very middle.of the lawn For terms etc. ,.
Circuit,.Nassau County, Fla. to'G. Ox receipt of $5 we !" = %
with clasped hands and face upturned.The FERNANDINA &: JACKSONVILLE R. R. STARK. will send you an Electric i ,.-- ::::::

full splendor of the moonlight fellon Train leaves daily, except SundayFor Lettie Miller 11IR 1J Fernandina, May 2,1884.MILLINERY. Lamp. Burglar -__ = -= :Z- j
Jacksonville........................10.45 a. m. vs. ," Notice of Alarms $1. Call Bells / '\ _'
the crisp gold threads of her hair. Train arrives daily, except Sunday John H. Boynton doiugbusattachment.. FINE $1. Electric Gas Light- % a "-'

She waf dress ed in some sort of white From Jacksonville...................... 4.15p.m. iness under the name and Amount er, Telegraph Instruments f

diaphanous drapery. And all these SlUulll1onl,,- style Son. of John Boynton's sworn to$-100 ............................................................. ries. &c., Medical Batte- 1

details rl saw as distinctly' I had For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a. m. J "In to Electric .
faces of the For Jacksonville ........................ 4.30 p. m. THE above named defendant, John H: think regard will your be new successfulin Light.'we
seen upturned exceedingly
: roses. From Jacksonville.....................10.35 a. m. of the City of New and York doing of- ill.. ............................................................ securing you its universal adoption.
\Vhy of >pourse you did, I said. From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40 p. m. business under the name style MINER & REDFIELD
"What else ?" John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to I Yery truly yours
did you expect SEA ISLAND ROUTE. enter his appearance in and to the above -AT- 737 Broadway, N. Y.:*

Well, it :may seem very remarkable From Savannah,Steamer St. Nich- entitled attachment suit commenced against "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests i

to a- erson who is not a memberof olas, Sunday and Thursday.For him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before KING'SBAZAEHATS of your new' Electric Light. I believe you
i Savannah. Steamer St. Nich- the first :Monday in January, 1885, and to will find no difficulty in bringing it into
the S. P. Jl., but it was not in the olas, Monday and Friday. plead or demur "to the declaration ,filed in general use. Eastern Man. 'Northweet--

least wh t Ijdid J expect, and its effect MALLORY LINE. said cause on or before the first Monday in ern Lumberman." HENRY BI GIIA)1.
was almost, to stop my heart's beating. For New York direct, by steam- February, 1885 or judgment by default will. BONNETS, RIBBONS, we made We take of ,your pleasure Electric in stating Light that proved the teats per-
The and the and ships State of Texas or City of be entered against
moonlight garden you.H: J. BAKER. fectly satisfactory. You will have a large
the flow ers 'and that white figures San Antonio,Thursday evening 7.00 p.Ill. Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. and ready sale. Yours truly,
From New York direct ,by City of ; RICHARDS & Co.,
tc> s\ssra! around. I caught at San Antonio and State of Texas, A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. '" '
24 and 26 Fourth Avenue. N.Y.
the wind )w frame with one ha.ndand every Friday..........;............... 3.00p.m. Fernandina, Fla.. September 6. 1881.Sheriff's Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mall Fichus, The above testimonials explain them I

covered m\v' eyes with the other. BALTIMORE When t ing seemed to steady them- For and from Baltimore, by steam- CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS, WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.G. .
and by virtue of an execution W. FOSTER & CO.,
ship Jesse H. Freeman ten .
selves afkin'.the vision Nor i every
was gone. at out of the Circuit Court. Fourth 45-3m 21'Park Row. N. Y.
days high water.
did it relurr: |!,again that night." Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Linen Collars 'and Kid Gloves, -
Hay been taken much that BOSTON & FERNANDINA STEAMSIIIP LINE. in a suit in sait Court determined wherein
yell For Boston, by steamship LorenzoD. Theo. Starbuck is plaintiff and Henry ,Ho All of the Latest Styles.
way sine ? asked, rather derisively. Baker or the Vidette, every bein defendant, I have levied upon and will mr \
"Yesp '.etty frequently," said Wednesday, at high water. sell at public auction in front of the Court- ,1 '

Barry, w th !!I.a queer smile, as you'll From Boston every Monday, by house in theciiy of Fcrnandinafcon Monday FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, C'Rt ,
: one of the same steamers. the 1st day of December 1884 during the t
seji The ;
presently next appearance hours of sale the south half of Lot 3
CHARLESTON &: FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. legal Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.Croquet .
: was as follows : For Charleston by of the south-west quarter of section twenty- .@COTO c kl ; it!
steamship Cityof
four Township two ((2)), North Range
When I ;ntered the breakfast room Monticello, every Wednesday.From ((24)), f\\ /i "

next morjring my spirit love was there. Charleston, by same steamer twenty-eight ((28)) East containing Levied twenty-the i-r'-' I n i +++ ,, ,
eight acres more or less. upon as it+++t+ fi n z
She had r blue every Monday................... 2.00 a. m. J. .
j> : cotton
?n gown, and property of Henry Hobein. : "III
For Charleston e
by steamship Cityof SUMMER GAMES. ,
was chattinjVjcheerfully' to my hostess, Palatka, every Sunday. Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. .
who mice'! i A. ELLERMANN. Sheriff. II II II II II +-
at introduced me to her. From Charleston, by same steamer It
nSi! |iasnile." every Thursday....................4.00 a. m. Fernandina, Fla., October 30th< 1884td'Y \ '!

You hal guess I held on to the ST. MARYS RIVER. Sets ,and Base-Ball Bats, "
Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
table for a ''jminute or two,after that For St. 1\1arys'and Crandall, Tuesday PATENTSMUNN a .

introduction.1'! and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m. MARBLES, KITES, ETC. ,
r6 For St. Marys and Dungeness, on its CO., of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, con. -ALSO- e* ,
How ; sly materialistic !1" I said, Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p. m. tine to act as Solicitors for.Patents Caveats, Trade
rather; piquel at not having foreseenthis For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, Marks England, Copyrights France" for.the nuan,...etc.United'Hand States Book, Canada.about Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.

denouement." Monday and Thursday...,........ 8.00a.m. Patents sent free. Thirt,-..even years'experience. t
Patents obtained through MUNN&CO.are noticed -
": Steamer Martha arrives In the SciKNTinc AMKBICAX. the largest best and
Yes, hejanswered.' The story'srathertmore From St. Marys and Crandall; on most widely,- circulated scientific paper. 93.20 year. KING'S BAZAR, .
Weekly. Splendid engravings and Interesting informal
m your line now, isn't it? Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. ion. Specimen copy of the Scleutl fie A mer-- '
Of course I Had to wait till my acquaintance From St. Marys and Dungeness,. lean J.IUcANomee.pent f re!. ddress;Broadway MUNN', New*CO..York.., SCIENTIFIC Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. XPOSITIONew t j
and ..... 9.00
on Wednesday Saturday a. m. '
with Miss Lasalle and her
From and .
father j rirjendd' considerably before I Tuesday St.l\lary's and Friday.King's........Ferry........, 2.00 p.m.PostOfllce PATENTS obtained or for improvements for new inventions in old MERCHANT- TAILOR., Oxleond. : !f

could get ,at |any ,explanation of that ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand R. G. ,McQUITTYHas :,
December 1,1884 Closing May ;
I Opening tUNDalt t-
mysterious photograph. However,',I Notice. all patent business promptly attendedto.
got on| with them and before INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN removed his business to the rooms over THE AlWriCKS Or'1"t t
very Office.Hour -From 8:00 to 6:00
A. M. p. M.
REJECTED still in most be Centre street.
may cases, pat- the New York Bakery, on
long Ij learned that Mrs. Suggid e e Sunday hours, 1030A. K. to l1:30.A..x. 'ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- He has received an assortment of seasonable United States Government. :

story :Vras correct In all particularssave Money Orders and'Registered Letters from ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto
one," 8:00 A. x. ;to 1:00 F. M:;'and 'from 2:00 r. Y NESS EXCLUSIVELY we can secure patents make them up to suit all tastes in the I

J to 3:30 p. 01.ARRIVAL in less time than those who. are remote best style. $,300,000 !
/'MrsI Lalalle's child had ,been 'Igll'l \, AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. from Washington. ...Repairing neatly done. t:
4c 'When Inventors send model or sketch Fernandina Fla. July 12, 1884. Appropriated l by,the General to.eratnCaL.
notajboY: ,.and this girl,grown to aomaji Transit Peninsular Railroad- : ; .n
Md from distanceto Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 r. K. we make search in the Patent Office and ,
Jiriven some Brings mails from the North,the advise.as. ,to_its ,patentability/re oAarjre, -THE- $500,000, i
visit tier mbther's grave on the day Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular Correspondence confidential; fees reason- Contributed by the C Ii/en..of New Orleaa
when (11 photographed it. She had railroads. able; and ,NO CHARGE" UNLESS' -PAT-. Florida Photographic View Co.
been ]]bi{ eling for some time behindthe Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00: A.M. ENT IS OBTAINED; .$200,000,.
We refer, to the Post- 1
Takes mails for the North, the by permission ,City
cross, jind being roused from her Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular master, and"to Superintendent of the RAVE OPENED APHOTOGRAPH Appropriated br'Mexico.

prayer dr !reverie by hearing my move- roads.Leesburg Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash $100,000; i ir
ments sli looked the She : train arrives daily.......... 8:40 A. M. ington. Forspecial'references'circularser-; GALLERY '
ij over arm Brings Western mail only. vice terms, etc., addressC. Appropriated "by tlie State of Lou.iana.. )
saw my; camera, and saw, too that Ittas Fernanama & Jacksonville'Railroad .,A. SNOW & CO., Opposite the Post-Office
unasv rG of her Opp. Patent Office. Washington-C. 2 ,$100,000,
( presence, so, not Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A. M. where they'propose to do first-class work, i
wishing! = c be seen, she bent her head Brings the Jacksonville and St. having secured the services of MB. CHAS.; Appropriated by the City of New Orleans

again 4 iqkly. Not quickly enough, John river mails. gTANDARD BIOGRAPHIES. fust DfiWAAL, well known as a superior Artistin From $5000 to $25,000,

though t faithful Closes daily except Sunday..........10:30 A.t. LoG&N.Ready.. Portratit Photography.Patronage'respectfully States
> escape my plate. Takes the Jacksonville St.John's BLAINE AND solicited. Appropriated bv Innumerable Cities
You d i1'e1ieve; 1 in fate, I know, River and Northern mails. 71 2Royal octavo pages; lull-page Illustrations $ LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHYalso and foreign Countries.
but some hipg of that kind was 'atJJove Sunday MailJacksonville TILDEN; CLEVELAND and HENDEICKS. promptly attended to. Every State and Territory I n the Union represented
Nation and
work, I tl in ,1 in those two meetings. and St.John's River, 774 Para octavo pages; 35 full-page Illustrations.Best ,47 MARSHALL & DOBBINS. and nearly Countries all the of Leading the World. .

Thats'ab;: utI*all' J'm afraid arrives.....................................10:25 A. M. -
it's my "story; Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00.P. M. Terms ever Offered to Agents. The Biggest Exhibit the Biggest Building and the
bent tiler dry. Jacksonville, St. John's River and J-: Outfit FREE, and ALL'FREIGHT PAID. W. K. BAUKNIGHT, I Biggest. Industrial' Event In the

u NO, b;r : ," I said, taking up the North, closes....................... 6:00 A. M. 48 Address H.. S.NEW GOODSPEED YORK CHICAGO.& CO., AGENT, I World's History.
the }portraitffdr last look "its Jacksonville and St. John's River WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ::1 1PPLIC1TIOVS -FOK KXHIKn *r.KKJlDTRFCFIVEI> i
been?' one ; only, closes............................. 4:00 P. M. Warranty and mortgage Deeds.' !ll 1 COTKBMOUKTACK. *M,A KUlUTfcR: V4RIKTT
Very But how CTS. I or rtJKJKTTHAN TH *K: Of ANY
it--6$ those 3 real kill the ideal ? I sup- sent upon receipt of 2-cent' BUTCHER ANDDealer I _
stamp. Address I chen nest rates of ti:1Yt. ever knowu IN
you I egim to lose interest when Xotlce.Music FLORIDA :MIRROR. in Ice the annuls 'of tninsporuUon secured for the-

you" ioind| 'itjniere: flesh.and' blood." Lessons can be had on any kind of 26 f .Fernandina, Fla. TENNESSEE BEEF. A SPECIALTY. people information everrwheruFor ,audress, I .
Not al together, said Barry, as the Orchestral Instruments. .For particulars, E. A. BURKE, i
No Special Day for BargainsAt Director General W-1..k C.C. B.,
o|fen ?dl Let me introduce :Ntw OHLLAS.LA. I
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to ; Music Teacher. J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can get th'em '
InYiwit 48 Corner Ash and Sixth'streets. every day. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. -- : ;
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; 7 A.M. 12 M. 3p.)[. 6P.3I Wn D. SUBSTANTIAL
MARINE PALACE TO BE ERECTED AT A Saturday, Dec. 6.....56 60 60 58 S. W.
Sunday, 7......57 62 61 59 'N. E.
rDr.-I S Reflection. cosr OF $500,000.It :Monday, 8.._56 59 58 57 :N. W.; .
is with unfeigned pleasure we make the Tuesday, 9....-.hi 59 59 58 .X. W..
; ; S. B. Upton, of Boston, is in the city. above Wednesday,'.' 10..57 60 59 58 S. E.
r Millionsof
announcement. The intelligence will ._.. Two
Thursday, 11 58 62 61 59 S. E.
{ slnator Coggcsliall, of New York, arrived be gratifying not only to our own citizens, Friday, 12.....58 63 61 60 S. 1Y.MARINE. ,

here[ by .the San Antonio this week. but to those of the whole State. Alreadythefavored of
S acres Farming, Orange,
+Flourlfrom the best mills only, in barrels and favorite resort of tens of

.std halt barrels or in sacks, at Fred W. thousands seeking health happiness and Port- 'of Fernandtna. Timber 'and Grazing Lands, j MI GIF'FOR -

fHot&ICo's.! homes within the borders of our favored HIGH WATER. situated in '29 counties, and
Saturday,December 13...... 4:51 A. M. 5:14 p. M. .
j !T ie. Gftyof I Palatka on her trip this week land, anew element of prosperity is aboutto Sunday, .". 14...... 5:43"II 6:0-1"" comprising the lands boughtby

tJ Charleston took 1,650 boxes oranges and be added to this section of our' Sunny Tuesday Monday, 16.15..6:29..... 7:11, II 6:47 7:26 V Sir Edward J. Reed, from

South. Wednesday, 17...... 7:52" 8:00"
3t balesjcotton.esr: Thursday, 18...... 8:31 II 8:45" the State of Florida in 1881 ,
ardent whose beautiful
yachtsman,. Friday, 19...... 9:09 II 9:25"
) $ Seaverns & Co have
i offered
craft through the too short summer season! ENTERED. are now at graced
from the Florida & Boston HUSBAXDSyWIVES :
i the 'North has beenalmost his home and bride, Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, from prices. These lands
i jajicl Baltimore routes. Brunswick daily with freight and passengers w re se-
his friend and companion In many a brilliant F. ".
to Simmons agent. lected Hon.
t 1 Have;you seen the elegant line of confect race or cruise amidst the bays and Dec.10-Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from by Hiigh A. Cor- ,

t t{onery at Hoyt's? Nothing. nicer in the "fiords" of our northern State, few sadder R.New W.York:Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers. to ley, late Commissioner of the

.i Aaj-ket.. sights; can be seen than the same graceful Steamship Jesse H. Freeman, Anderson, State Land! Office and Mr. '
from Baltimore; freight, to Fred W.. CHJILDREN;
| t Th6 steamship Vtdcttc, which cleared last craft denuded of spars and sails, a helpless Hoyt &Co. '. M. A, Williams late for

I flight! for Boston, carried 650 bales cotton, hull-laid by, landlocked, and icebound Steamship, Vldette, Fuller, from Boston; agent
( freight to Fred W.Hoyt&Co.,agents. sale of State lands ANDFRl'EN'DS.
which factis
| POO boxes. oranges and 25 barrels rosin% under leaden skies, in some forlorn looking Dec. Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel nom ,

i -1{ dock,or creek, waiting in dreary sadness the Jacksonville; freight and passengers, a of their
| f Ex;Mayor Haley was a passenger on the to W. O. Jeffreys agent. guaranty high .
'tehril touch of Spring's: enchanting wand "to Dec. 11-Steamship City of !Monticello McKee ... ,. ,
.. I hip San Antonio, this week. He left quality. The. purchase known : i ;. ; ", c .
break her chains and free her soul from from Jacksonville; freight and passen-. .. .
f .)rl! Orlando, where he has Real 4
.. opened a gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. as the Reed Purchase was only
.I! office. bondage." All this is, about to be altered, Dec. Steam-packet St.-Nicholas, Usina, from a ; .,' ; .:- I'
t.srte Savannah; freight and passengers, to. for sale this and <
and thanks opened .
to who has devoted ,
one unceasingly year
W. Simmons ; :Jr.f .
F. ,
t J Mince meat, apple butter, jellies, dried agent. A ;
fruits his time and energies the develop II Steam-pACket Anita, Bravo, from Savannah the lands have not been culled # .:,. -'.--. ,;
i new nuts and a lot of seasonable good freight and passengers, to F, W-
; ment of our section and for the benefit of
I filings, at Fred W. Hoyt & Co's. Simmons, agent. or picked over. No part has
its people, we are about to see our waters Dec Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, from

I ? 'pie Rev.Mr. Arnold, of Little Falls, N. Y., covered with the representatives of a hundred Savannah F. W. Simmons; freight, agent.and passengers, to been reserved in any manner,

M' : I leill\l : assist the Rev. Mr. 0. P, Thackara, yacht clubs and the ensigns of manya w Steam-packet Nicholas, Usina, from and the whole is open for sale.
| lec1 'of St. Peter's Church in Savannah freight and passengers, to
; : : Episcopal ,
: foreign yacht squadron mingling with our F. W. Simmons,
Special large tracts.
prices on
!f ibis city i during the winter. in ** Steam-packet Anita, Bravo. from Savan-
own gallant rivalry the
greater nah; freight and passengers, to F. W. Timber lands virgin forests in J. H PRESCOTTOFFERS
I I.f VbeiSabbath, School of the PresbyterianI part of the year. Simmons, agent. ,
I rch, are practicing for a Christmas Can- We have long been aware of this favorite Steam-packet Savannah Florida and, Amazeen, from bodies of 50,000 acres and up-
I ; freight passengers, to
; } } : to be given at Lyceum Hall during the I project of our friend, Mr. Curtis; but owingto F. W.Simmons, agent. wards. Lands sold for cash,
13-Steam-packet St.' :Nicholas, Usina, from
:. ho idays, for the benefit of the Manse Fund. a change of ownership in the
.. Savannah; freight and passengers, to or on long time.TheFloridaLand .
11?' i ])o you want the best butter, the same he had designed for the purpose,. h: W. Simmons, agent.
13-Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, from Savannah -
pr ce that poorer goods are sold?. Send to some five years ago, he, had latterly almost ; freight and passengers, to F. W. and ,,Mortgage Co -:-- -

II j' :)r: yt & Co's if you df). i despaired of success, and it is now owing 10-Steamer Simmons David, agent.Clark",Gray, passengersand '- (LIMITED)' JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

t solely to the munificent and true frt to F.W.Simmons,
: ; i)ur young friend, W. Baily Tucker, re- i generosity agent.
kindheartedness 6-Sch. E. F. Northam, Stetson, from New
: tu ned on Wednesday evening last from Mr. Carnegie that the York. stone for jetties.
.JPanasoffkee splendid project is about being realized. 9-Nor;bk.'St. Joseph, Johnson, from Bue-
f : ; prostrated with malarial fever.
nos Ayresballast;; to J. C. Read. T
;, -Hi. had, taken the agency there only a few The.only real available site taking fitness, 10-Brig Geo. E.Dale,Pierce,from Barbadoes, LlrrtR

e :w
I warrant the contemplated outlay, was on CLEARED.
; ile
i : '
i Modes have been busily engaged I Cumberland Island and in Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for
; : :dc ring the past week moving into their new : the neighbor- Brunswick daily, with freight and
.. ; hood of F'. W. Simmons
Dungeness, now the magnificent passengers by agent.
store and unpacking their immense stock of Dec Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder,' Private Board,
: .new 'goods. Their formal opening will residence-and we trust for years to come to for New York; freight and passengers, At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
be the happy home-of Mr. Carnegie and by R. W. Southwick, agent. Also furnished let.
.p obablr take place some time next week. 12-Steamship Vidette, Fuller, for Boston: rooms to
"his family. During the past year amongstthe freight,'by Fred W. Hoyt & Co. Terms reasonable.
{ : Nothing makes a prettier holiday present distinguished visitors and guests, more 7-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for MRS. T. P. G. THOMPSON.

; comfortable, easy rocking chair. See Charleston; freight and passengers,by Fernandina, Fla., December 4, 1884.
tan than
one, especially yachtsmen, had re- W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
II tie new ones that Hoyt & Co's have just marked on the singular beauty of the Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
!. tin. scene for Charleston; freight and passengers, NoveltiesIn
g and ,its eminent fitness for such a purpose- by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. DESIRABLE GOODS
Dec. 9-Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen for Sa Shawls, :Nubias and Jerseys,
I Tho English steamship Navorth Castle, notably Mr. Jay Gould, who visited our vannah; freight and passengers, by AT PAUL FUSKE'S.Potatoes .

: Captain Warren, will arrive here in January waters in his splendid steam yacht ; and F. W. Simmons, agent. FROM

i and will be loaded with cotton and his Steam-Packet-. Nicholas, Usina for and .
,, cotton amongst foreign friends the Earl of Savannah; freight and passengers, by Apples.
r t seed for the United F. W.Simmons, Just received by Fred W. & Co.
Kingdom by Mr. Huntingdon and Lord. Hastings, both ar- agent. Hoyt and PHILADELPHLNEV', YORK
Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, for Savannah be sold
William i Lawtey. The Navorlh Castle is of dent yachtsmen and must at once:
owners splendid ; freight and passengers, by F. W. 100 bbls Potatoes.
2,500 tons burthen. yachts themselves. Thus it .came to Simmons, agent.Dec.12Steampacket 100 AND EASTERN MARKETS.Ladies' .
it; pass Florida, Amazeen, for Sa Apples-cooking and eating.
; : Rep 'William. Wood, of Key West, paid and Mr. Carnegie has consented the site has vannah; freight and passengers, by

1 r tl)iscity a short visit this week. Mr. Wood been selected, and the plans drawn by the Steam-packet F. W. Simmons Anita agent., Bravo., for Savan Overcoats and Winter Clothing fine Dress Boots,

i' was J 'accompanied by Colonel Abe Sawyer, same gifted architect who has given us sucha nah; freight and passengers, by F. W. At cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S. Ladies' Street Boots,

1' ai.one time the fighting editor of the Key noble specimen of domestic architectureat 10-Steam-packet Simmons, agent.St. Nicholas, Usina, for Call and See the Great Bargains Misses' Dress and School Button,

Pest Democrat. Colonel Sawyer stands Dungencss.- Savannah; freight and passengers, by In Blankets, at J. & T. KYDD'S. Child Button, with and without heels.

i a xnit 30 inches in his stockings. The southern front of these palatial build- 13-Steam-packet F. W.Simmons Anita, agent., Bravo, for Savan Boys' and Youths, in Button and Lace "SoI 'l1."

J ings will face Fernandina and the entrance nah; freight and passengers, by F. W. Clam Chowder
Rockers and chairs for old people andy
agent. Gentlemen's Calf Button,
i rich to our harbor; the western facade will look 13-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah This evening, at
aujig people, people and poor people, tf J. FRED LOHMAN'S. Congress and Lace.
toward the St. and Cumberland ; freight and passengers, by
Mary's riv-
b g 'people and little people at Fred W.oyt F. W. Simmons agent.
f. I [ '& Co's. ers-the whole forming a magnificent objecton 9-Steamer David Clark, Gray, for Savan- Bargains in Dress Goods Hand and Machine Made.

I Ji the entrance to our port. We are promised nah Simmons; passengers and freight. by F. W At J. & T. KYDD'S.Blankets In.all grades'and styles.
)(r. Mellon, son of the oft
r manager an inspection of the plans, and will 9-Brig Salve Virgin :Maria, Deni Llorca,
4 Ie jKgmont Hotel, arrived this week with lumber,by J. C. Read. and Comforts
then lay the details before our readers. Suffice
i scve'ral assistants on the Mallory steam- Below cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
it to the ''
estimated cost of
say $500,000 .
1 i si ilrtSan Antonio. They have been busily J. & T. Kydd
j the house. The has been guaranteed, and that we trust ere Are now opening their Christmas and Holiday Splendid Stock of Fine Clothing .
1 epggedpreparing another year comes round, our shores will Goods arid Novelties., ,'.Call and ses Just received at J. & T. KYDD'S. ,
t opening will perhaps be about the middle of be adorned by the! moat magnificent yacht them. I
next month. Notice to Tax Payers.
I The club in the world, and our waters covered Fresh Sauerkraut The Tax-Book for 1884 having been placedin Spring Styles in Slippers.

Steamship San Antonio,left on Thurs- with the flags and pennons of the most At JACOB KLAREK'S, my hands, I am now ready to receive the

I uayjevening for New York, with the following beautiful craft, whether steam or sailing, Cor. Sixth and Ash sts. State and County taxes for the present year' Hand Embroidered, Kid and Patent Dancer,

;: cargo: 3,050 packages J oranges, 611 bales that the genius of our country has called May be found at my office on Second street I Newports, Sandals, Operas,. Princess, Croquets
K next to Prescott's shoe and Oxfords are now in stock, and are elegant ia
; t ttfm, 1,128 logs cedar, ill cases, cedar, 85 into existence, or the enthusiasm of our J & T. Kydd days and Saturdays when store not, on on a Wednes collecting shapes and patterns.

barrels rosin, 55 barrels spirits, .110 sacksc cousins over* the ,water have contributed, Will have, on arrival of New York steamerthe tour in the co ntry.

?dar saw-dust, 122 cans shrimp:,'82 packages to enhance the glories of "old Neptune's coming week, a full line of Velvet and W.'F. SCOTT,
f e chandise. ., ':\ .J vast domain.. t Smyrna trade for Rugs the and Mats. at prices" to.suit the Collector of Revenue for Nassau Co.
( :
I t '' KJ f holidays.HollandIsh.. Fernandina. Nov. 151884.
lairs and bedsteads, bureau;r, lookingglasses
TJie City; Council ;
tables chamber' suits Herrtng'Just ., A Great
lounges Reduction
A special meeting of the City Council was Personal attention is given to
arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S.Cor. In Dress and
springs, mattrasscs arid pillows'at Fred W. House-Furnishing Goods,
I J'oft A'Co's. ,* held on Wednesday evening last with '. Sixth and Ash sts. I AT ,PAUL FUXKE'S. the selection style, quality of

] President Avery in the chair ,anda full '. .. stock, and -'making-tip'' of

j:The jury in the ejectment case of H. meeting of the Board.. these goods ;' hence, there is no

:Elijmhill vs. John .Aikcn and ;ThomasKyjld After the clerk had read the call for the GbET guess-work as to their nctual
which occupied so much of the time meeting, President Avery stated that he had value or durability.

of+ the I United States Court last week, afterbeiftg called Council. together 'to perfect the, at. ..< -!'oCr' Improvements in Lasts, Patterns

locked up for twenty-fourhours and present existing ordinance in reference to and manufacture arc constantly

I, failing to agree, was discharged about noontraday. the Mayor's court. Mayor Pope had foundit .. -FOR- going on;, it is, therefore,
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:I 4 c difficult to enforce the penalties. A strict the privilege of all, and an opportunity

Tihe; elegant passenger steamer Governor. construction. of the ordinance did not permit '\ : ++++++++++++++++++++, is here presented, to

Safford has been placed the line be- him to confine ,in friends into
upon delinquents; ;.jailor i :.. put themselves and
.f t\veen Cedar Key audrManatee ..'by the Gulf penalties imposed, etc. a ,perfect-fitting Shoe for even

-. Stejimboat Company. The steamer will Alderman Hoyt, then introduced ,an fSASH BLINDS DOORS less money than ill-!wlraped shoes

l{:ajre Cedar Key every:Monday and Thurs .Ordinance entitled: "An Ordinance' to from Job lots of sliop-Worn goodscan

da j at 6 a.'m., touching at Bayport,Anclote, Amend the Police Ordinalce.'approved May be sold.

'Ea pon' Springs,. 'Yellow Bluff. ,' Seaside, 23,1877.."
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ltuIedin, Clearwater; .:.Diastpn, Palmasola By unanimous consent of Council the

ah: i Braidentown. Returning will leaveManatee 'ordinance',was read by.its title the second

on Tuesdays and Fridays.: Con- time, placed upon its passage and adopted. Before Purchasing Elsewhere. I HAVE ALSO .

Iie; tions are made at Manatee for ''Tampa, It will be found in full elsewhere. .
ufitaRassa, Key West, Havana and New
i rteans} and Cedar Excursion Rates to New Orleans.
r. at Key with grains on FRESH ARRIVALS
: t Transit road. Excursion tickets for the New Orleans
'i : Exposition will be sold at greatly reduced JUST RECEIVED.

c ., i. Two Marc New Brick Stores. rates at all stations on the lines of road .of
't' ,. ,, In Gents'Dress Shirts, Hose Handkerchief
[ Directly after the Mrs. the 'j
:' holidays Angel Florida Railway & Navigation Com- Underwear; Umbrellas, Novelties in

I .. f. 'xtill begin the erection of two brick stores ontji6 pany. The rates for the round trip from Neck-Gear and the

ftl : r site now occupied by Mr. ..Meddaughiil Fernandina, Callahan, Baldwin and Jacksonville .iIu W. ry
.UOYT & Ce
: % McQuitty. The corner store will be are $25 with rebate of '
,, : :" a $5, if the c 9/: ( t m.rI CJ-
'1 .: .;. a two-story building and will be usedf passenger returns within, 15 days after '

u,i i : ::;;b' )fr. Emil 0. Friend.' The other store date of sale of ticket. -'Orders by mail receive careful and'

; : ufiil be a one-story building and will be pcipied '- SECOND STREET, ABOVE CENTRE, prompt attention.
: Don't Forget the Bo
i ; .."., .c by Mr. Meddaugh. Mr. 0. S. Oakes. fs. .
: A fine line of Boys' and Youth's clothing ;' J. H. PRESCOTT,
l 3:5 received the contract for both buildings
f : just received at J.:& T. KYDD'S. They are .I
: i : 1 aid: is now getting out the woodwork. marked PER.N .\.
at low figures. .A.NDIN.4 FL.I
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