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 20, 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
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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THE A'lr ORLEANS EXPOSITION. devolving upon me of surrendering into the The Handsomest DryjGoods Store inFlorida. Mrs. Grundy Says: ness which characterizes its structures.

hands of the management an account of the That only the wicked seem to erected immediately after the and
st'CCF.&VL orlaeiNG OF THE WORLD'S GREAT ..- prosper ; war.
stewardship of those in whom the trust had THE RISING YOUNG BUSINESS FIRM OF MODE' That this may account for Jacksonville's now in a state of decay.A .
: COTTON CENTENNIAL. been of for this National
reposed preparing great ; BROS.-AN IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS-1HE _mushroom growth.
By Telegraph to the Times-Union. and International festival I have no WHOLESALE BUSINESS TO'BE PUSHED. That Public Nuisance,
contra Fernandina has been
per a
NEWjOuLitAxs; December 16.-The day of words of apology or regret to express., I For the last three weeks the ,incoming, sufferer from its extreme uprightness Notwithstanding the complaints of tilt-

the ink ugl1ral'' ceremonies at the World's have only profound gratification, profound steamships:: have brought very heavy freightsfor That imagines we are getting quite; bad citizens in general, nor' the repeated ordersof

Exposition opened brightly, and thousandsof satisfaction that the countries of the world the store of the l\Iod.e'Brns. The build, of late. the chairman t>f the Street Committee of

people male preparation early in the those representing the industries of the ing was completed excepting! some finishing That the timber and brick in front of the the City 'Council, our police authorities s<>

mornirg to witness the long-expected event. world and those representing the government touches several weeks:ago, and last week' Downey Block has become a nuisance. far have not, seen their way clear to have

Every public! and private building along the of my own country, and the States and as already announced, the. firm moved ,into That Uncle Joe Mode is 'immensely the pile of debris and the staging in front of"

principal streets was decorated with more or Territories of the Union have all vied with it. | with that Mr.'Downey's new brick store on the corner
pleased new time-piece ;
less efcibor-ateiiess.{ Along the street car each other in contributing to the success of The building. 110%completed\ ,, is undoubtedly That every one else "seconds the mo- of Centre and Third streets removed. These-

routes;'vWtofr, from Northern climates were the festival and have,, worked in the cause the handsotnes't'dry, goods- store in tion." obstructions have not only been an eye-soTe-

astonished to Ijnd hundreds of orange trees with such a degree of unanimity, with such the State and has been f built. .'with an eye That the'new store developes newer beauties -' for the. past fifteen months but they are-

bemliiib{ beneath their ripe fruit, and to see spontaneity as the world has never before singly to the convenience_ ,of the firm.,, It daily : positively dangerous. The city ordinances'

thebldomofinj'sesand! ; the rich verdure of seen. .' has a frontage on Centre... street of thirty- That Nassau county "beauties", will fill fully'cover' this case and we,most earnestlycall
kitchen and 1 wer gardens. Many steamers In great undertakings, whether in war seven and a half,feet and;a.depth. of eighty- it on "opening day ;" upon Mayor Pope to see to it tlvatithfr
tile Exposition grounds full complements five feet, is two stories in both of laws are enforced.
bore to or in peace, there have been generally many ., That they will be surprised at the immense'

,of l1.lSge, Igers. difficulties, and heart-burnings, but- I must which are devoted to iS-the( business of the stock and low prices. The Public

in CEREMONIES.At say that' in this great work, from every part firm. It is built of brick,' in ,the most sub That Jeweler Lake's, window shows a Pound1.Emphatic J

It o'cioel4Governor McEnery, of Louis- of the world and from every part of this stantial manner and heavily timbered. clock that "goes with ,complaints have been matfeoflate
a string.
and f'ijc r-General Glynn commanding The store front embracing the whole fron- against police force for the cruel
iana, country, we have had only kindness sympathy That the future men and women of Fer- manner of
ulitia and members of their of the is rich in treating impounded in the- j
the State and good will. Then with all thatto tage building very design ; nandina all have flat of late
; city pound under the
staffs i in Rill:tt,.1I11form, the Mayor of New aid them,.it is not to be wondered at that iron columns, pilasters 'and... lintel' of, very That the fact was becoming quite alarming The brutes left City Cattle Ordinance..

Orleans, rneril} } ers of the State Legislature we can gather under one roof of, more capa- tasteful pattern, are richly painted and dec- until the cause poor are sometimes for days
; without food
ftreigtiC.tntshls'and: several hundred guests city than the world has ever seen before. orated in gold. The 'spacious recessed en- That she discovered it quite accidentally or water, it is alleged on trustworthy g
assemtledlatUhe! St. Charles Hotel whence trance with its walnut and authority. have called the at-
I owe it to the management to say to plated last Thursday evening
; attention of the
they weretci. : \ :proceed to the Exposition the gentlemen who have labored with me glass doors, invites the passer-on either side That every child in town ,had its nose this matter police time authorities to- r

grounds t t'' in this cause that we have been ready for of which are the large:show windows, (eacha flattened against a store window and some since and
exclaimed trust that
Mayor Pope will see to it, not it
'pfocefsiojl ; formed consisting ofa fair-sized 'room in itself) encased with
A } was thirty days. The table has been spread and Jimminy Christmas.-
only that the ordinances of 1
batUlSoJi: of the Washington artillery the feast was ready. If all who were invited mammoth sheets of the'finest French plate the city are enforced -
That judging from our merchants '
appearances but
that it is done in
under jUolon el' Richardson, the Continental are not here today it is not, the fault of the glass, set in walnut'frames. The front ,expect to flatter Pa and "Ma's" a more humane
manner than to
Guard: fine of all of the full above the store 'i is' : i in seems have prevailed or i
a body men, management whose doors have been open very unique design, pocket books within several weeks.: late.

height of six, feet in the garb of a centuryago for thirty days past. Twill say in behalf of both in form and groupings and the combi- That Fire-Works" seem to have;greater fl

and led by Captain Brown and the the thousands ofexhibitors, who are not yet nation of material. A 'l large' circular head lead than usual this season. "St. Peter's] Church I

Crescent Rifles, under Captain Palfrey. in position that the delay is due to causes mullion window forms 'the 'central object That she frequently meets a staid_citizen Rev. O. P. TUACKARA. RectoK

These ncteji as an escort to the distinguished beyond their control but I say'to the public in the apex of which is,introduced a large carrying a large quantity of eggs home ; SUNDAY SERVICEL:

persons woo were to take part in the open- who are entitled to this explanation, clock-dial, illuminated af night, from which That she suspects they are for egg-n-o-s Morning, with Sermon. 10:30 a.:m. Eve- .r,

ing CelerilC ni Among those in carriages that there is not to-day in all the buildings Messrs. Mode Bros propose to furnish the Oh no-she must be mistaken-they are for ning, with Sermon, 7 p. m. Sunday School,,
were ovefno!Hamilton and staff of Illinois under our control one hundred feet of space city with standa l -"Standard" time as the ic-cream ; at 3 p. m.

; Uo\'t Knott, of Kentucky ; Mr. unallotted or unappropriated which will clock encased behind the broad mullion is .That those, high-tempered fellows, Thomas Morning LENTEN SERVICES:

Golds\ ort]I y, of British Honduras ; Rev. not be occupied in the next ten or fifreen one of the best make t.haUhe country affords. and Jeremiali,-will get here about Christ- Friday 7:30 Prayer a. m., Litany Evening Wednesday Prayer, ,daily an J,

Dr. Talmage, pf Brooklyn and ex-Governor days. All the windows are glazed with plate and mas ; except Saturday 4:30 p. m. .

Moulton aid :iVborhees of Louisiana. Therewas Now, Mr. President, we have dischargedour stained glass. .? That she trusts they will raise no "suc- HOLY COMMUNION:

aUoa long; column on foot in the regu- trust and I, in the name of the workers In the circular pediment that rises 'from tion.: First Sunday in every month 10:30 a. m.;

lar order df the procession, and headed by and my associates, tender and place in your the heavy decorated entablature and crowns That the uppermost thought about these third Sunday in every moath, 7 a. m. Daring -
the celebrated Mexican Band. hands the buildings and the grounds which 'the summit of the front,is built in the title days is. "What will I get for Christmas?" 7:30 a. m.NOTEThe,.every Sunday except first Sunday.

The proces'ion passed through >the have been prepard for this Exposition." of the firm-MoDE BRos.-in large solid.let That.fond parents are daily seen lingering time is Standard. I

crowded street .the river at the head ot [Loud and long-continued applause.] ters, cast in terra cotta, evidence, that they around store counters looking for investments The seats in this Church are free'at all

Canal street, fvhere. the steamer Fred. A.' After the :Mexican band had rendered have erected_ the building with a view of ;, services. ,,

Blanks was waiting: to convey the officialguestsand some selections concluding with their Na- a,'permanent'occupancy,. and ,that they, intend That fond lovers are engaged in about the Notes from, Brandy Branch. ,
: their J i escort to, the" grounds. At tional air, the audience,meantime standing to,stay. The materials employed are same occupation, but they( appear awfully :
12:30It. in'* this jsteanier,started.'uplhe.tnvfir.The .,', 'untiltie"(i ; fine.tqunl t Tjle'
r ashamed for some BURGLARS *
-;* ?->> ,,:. ,AT .WORK IN THE UPPER PART: OF'
French n-of-war Bourvct, lying in son, of the Exposition Association, was in- lieved with buff bricks,and buff terra cotta. That if she suspects it is because they THE COUNTY-SIGNS OFPEOSPERITY-,, e I

the stj-eam saluted the steamer on her ap- introduced and delivered his address. combined in a very ornate and artistic man- know the dear recipient will make fun of BRANDY BRANCH, FLA., Dec. lt V'84L. 'I
proucji, and, then hoisting her anchor Colonel Gus A. Breaux read President To the Editor of the Mirror:
ner, altogether presenting a;facade of very the investment the day after Christmas ; f
steanjed up thf1 river in her company.; As The writer has been taught to believe tbatr
Arthur's'address, as received by telegraph considerable pretensions and beauty. The That such comparative trifles do lacerate I
the bats apliroached, the wharf which had When he concluded the sentence declaring terra cotta ornaments which amount to one's feelings so at this season of developing "silence is golden" when one has nothingof I

been built at] the' Exposition grounds, the the World's Exposition now open, President tons, and the iron work ofthe; store front verdancy ; importance to say. At present the inter I

Washington Artillery began firing a salute Arthur closed the electric circuit and the are not of the conventional patterns but That the wonder is that so many heart est we take in the public safety a.nTe1fhre, I
oflOO'guifs. JThe guests landed, and form- demands some notice. The store-house of:* j
machinery was put in motion. At the same were all executed from special drawings pre- rents are survived and the victims live to
ing iix; line, proceeded to the spacious building President Mr. R. B. Brown was forcibly entered lass 1
moment a large portrait of the was pared for this building by the architect.In become great grandparents ;

ivhcre fhe inauguration ceremonieswere placed in position in the centre of the plat- the interior we find the same eleganceof That, she (Mrs. Grundy, the World) has Saturday night by burglars and robbed of" j

curled out, in accordance with the Pro- form and greeted with great applause. finish, combined with convenience for had experience enough to sympathize with several hundred dollars, worth of goods.. 1

gramme.Tenthousaid. j MAYOR GUILLOTTE'S WELCOME the transaction of the large business of the such sufferers.-experience of lone long Up to this time we had been rather complimenting !
\ chairs had been placed in 'ourselves with the } "ba-
firm. The first story being the store proper, peaceful )( 1
the hill and galleries. These Mayor Guillotte spoke briefly as follows: ago ;
were soon viour of our section aud
44 is very elegant. The ceiling is high and That after all, we like the daring dash of we were persuadedto 1
It devolves on me as :Mayor, at the requestof
filled.| Every'available in the
: ; standing place believe that no section ofthe State could 1
broken into recessed and 1I
deep, moulded
the who has not had
aisles occupied and thousands the management of the great Expositionto youngster any "experience" i I
II p-as gatheredon boast of
a more law-abiding This
and people:
panels although large is so constructedthat but who down his
welcome planks penny
those of who
either side bf the hall from which viewof you are strangers
a .
it columns is a stain upon our ambitious town, and it is
requires no for its support. and calls "Gini'me worth of
to our city. We and welcome a pea-
the f plat form could be obtained. :Music greet you youas
sincerely to be hoped that no like
I The store is well lighted and the shelving occurrence
nuts, drain the expense"
Hall, where the ceremonies took place, was our guests. I do not feel competent entirely ; will into record.
counters etc., are finished in a very tasteful That no price of dimity dims his view of pass
to feelings on this occasion.
elaborately'decorated{ with flags of oil nations express my The white-washed walls and store-houses.-,,
while the continuous and :!
manner deep the future i
The of grandeur which surrounds has ;
and cats of arms of all the States.
and the
promiscuous and
lines of shelving bespeak the immense stockof paint varnish i
That such misfortune overtakes
DRJTALMAGE'S! PRAYER. almost overcomes me. I will say, however, I
Rev[i Dr. Talmage at i o'clock, advancedto that the entire population of New Orleans goods for which they are intended. In him finally, but then he is older, and can among our citizens, indicate a "stiff uppes-
lip" with our people, who seem determihetB-
I the centre of the store is enclosed the bear it better
the front oq] the stage and made the will endeavor to make your visit as pleasantas roomy ;
open- to succeed the
business office of the firm scarcity ormoney
raised above the
That we nature intended these lit-
We wish that suppose
possible. feel at
ing pr yer. He invoked the divine blessingon you may
and high railroad freights. Mr G. W. i
level of the that h Dry< -
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floor so a every tle incidents and accidents--else why Christmas -
home in and wish
thelofflcers, directors and of our city, you to leaveus has I
managers part of the store can be commanded from it. and its completed a comfortable.spacious anil
the E. }ositiol). May this day" he said with a good opinion of our people. It presents ; handsome store-house and =office.wbichradds
in of the office post
Directly rear rises the grand That long live th'e Happy Holiday. i
will be fault i
not the of efforts if do .
| thebeginning of a dispensationof my you '
new !
"marl staircase wide and of :: quite an ornament to that purr 'our'
easy leading to CHRISTMAS
pro: erity! and brotherhood. ':May there not. Again I welcome you to the Exposi- ;
: the second struggling town. Messrs. R. B. Brown ami! i
finished in black
story elegantly
tion." That Mrs. Grundy wishes you all a merry
come from thq influences of this Exposition Mattair :
walnut combined with selected quality ,of II. L. ) have also made telling im-
from the field! of industry, results which THE CONCLUDING CEREMONIES. one; their lots and the
our native The second is immense provements upon paint
pine. story an That she is going to hang up her-a-that
ihall gve the people more complete appareland Gov. :McEnery delivered quite a lengthy they have-distributed has been mvesttlll'rlt.
a good'
show-room, and like the store below, is-one of the biggest ones she-that is-the -
better fold, more comfortable shelterand address in'which he reviewed the history of W.' S. :Motes will soon fee
is free from columns. among
supporting Throughthe largest-0 pshaw-stocking-that she can
mre thorough educational advantages.May the organization of the Exposition, and set us with a full line of merchandise, and tens
centre of the floor the
piercing ceilingof find and she expects to find it full.
jth'esult in spreading out the golden forth the great advantages to accrue to the the store below is thousand others are welcome like him.
a large well-opening.
sails o our paralyzed shipping, in starting State and the people of. the whole country enclosed with a heavy walnut rail similar to Advice for Home Use. Messrs. Clark & Co. have large quantities*

the pl: (!AV and opening the doors of the store- from, the grand enterprise.' that of the stairs. This' room is also well Fernandina is a remarkably pleasant town of material for Florida fruit crates. but it "

hou .e>j, and inky there come to this wholelandercaset A poem in honor of the Exposition, by lighted, and ventilated and neatly finishedfor in bad weather. Our streets are well graded seems that they are: greatly trouble inget-

prosperity from this gathering Mrs. Townsend, known as "Xariffil," was the display of goods.It and well drained; our'sidewalks are good, ting facilities for the,transportation- ortlieirmanufactured

tether from day to day, and month to read by Page M. Baker. Among the representatives is quite i impossible to give 'a proper de- and with a little more attention to fillingthe oot1s. In n short while-tbey[

montljj of th> + peoples of all States and of foreign governments present on scription of the building in an article of this depressions, would be unexceptionablygood will commence the manufacture of vegetable

COllntr s. W praY that the past feeling ofsectional the platform were Viscompte Do Abzac, character, but it is an edifice of which our ; and there are always to, be had comfortable crates, of which they have sold a great" ,
disc rtl vanish from the Consul of France J. F. de Con- I
clay ; city may well be proud, and reflects much public hacks for any part of the city. quantity.The .
North, South, "ast and 'Vest, and that they sul of.Mexico; A. de,Grenier de Fonblanque. credit upon the enterprise of the firm that! Our people should, in view of the future high rates of freight on the Florida

beclll four arts of one great National of Great Britain ; J. Kruttschmitt, of Austro- has erected it. They have been very liberal growth and prosperity of our city, do everything -. Central and the Florida Railway and'Navigation -

1'armor': Mr y it be a unification of'Xorth Hungary, Arturo Baldazano, Y. Topete, of in their expenditures and the architect to improve its appearance. The planting Company'have greatly incensed manyof

anti Solthn; erica"Dr. Spain ; Pedro Solis of Portugal. assures us that after the general character of of sour orange trees along its streets was our people and they are beginning inquire
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: 1ruage then proceeded to invoke the u the building was settled and preliminary worth tens of thousands of dollars to Pa-. why is this?' This is a matter that is*

LlesOIl!: ; of GOJ 011 the manufacturing, in- List of Letters drawings: made, the question of expense was latka. The cultivation of flowers on our public, and it remains'with the-authorities-- I

dll"tria tiol1ai and reformatory institiitions ,, Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- never raised-only what was best-and it premises the keeping of our grounds heat to explain.The .

: of th world. Courier's Military dina, Nassau county,;Florida, Dec. 20, 1884. presents another landmark in the course of and beautiful with our tropical plants, the public school taught here by Prof J

land:: Jf tCin innati, then gave the grand Persons calling for "these letters must say improvement which has attended the laborof painting of our houses the keeping in order S. Hubter will be treated to a tableaux amp' j

tII".I IIIOlt tie rch.f advertised : our resident architect since his residence of our fences, etc., all betoken an intelligent panorama on Christmas Eve, for the amusement j

{ *'r.L BURKE'S \DDRESS. Albertie. Mirrick Hunter, Lucy here. i and cultivated community. Each one can and entertainment of pupils and po-

Dire( ()ri-Gcl pral Burke: when the great Aver Burrell, ,George Letter B Lucas Hagins., W Elsy II The building was erected,from plans pre- do his part in this improvement and beau- trons. Much- praise is due the Professor-

applau Saul whir i! greeted him had subsided, Burton Willie Lobson, Rizzie pared by :Mr. R. S. Schuyler the architect. tifying of our city, already beginning to be his interest, exemplified in the propagation:

I Carter, A G Jaco us. Julius who has already left the.imprint of his ge- called the handsomest town in Florida. J of education.

"MrPresiil: fit' standing as I do under Ehizar. Joseph Joenson. Capt henry nius on several of the most handsome I The,City Council,can do much, promote As Christmas approaches thelooUt'rpeJ'C'lu"s::

the flap tlf Ii nations looking into the Goodwin Hampton, Ed Josephus Toruson Smith, J, Muray structures in this city. Mr. Schuyler also the health and cleanliness of the city. We higher upon his roost and the indomitableegg

faces t f (ICOp ii from every clime, sur- Hamlin, Dr Tison, Clappeiiny superintended the construction.- ::Mr. O. S.: hope that the Railroad Company will feel percfieth higher still, in proportion tc*

roundcil by ev lenccb of industry gathered HELD FOR POSTAGE.Master Oakes was the builder, and Col. W. F. V. moved to do something at. an early day to size.A.

front eery quarter; of the, earth withinI'lght Robbie King, 08 Union street Scott, one of the stanncbest, old Dimi- improve its shabby warehouse, its poor accommodations happy Christmas to all, and prosperwrs?
o>!that I ,I'agnificent gathering of the South Brooklyn, New York. crats" in the State had the.contract for the for passengers and freight, future to the human race, is the benediction*

res.ttrc.suf: .f m. .own:country\ ,. with the dutyf S. T. RIDDELL P. M._ masons' work. ,and the general air of neglect and ,shabbi-. of the Democratic party. f -To J_ '.

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; I COMPEKSATlOXl* ."'' '." "I han 'doubt i- .much ;riiore':powerfully I.money for\the-'; '" vas', you.:\ S.:will readily believe, ex' I against'me,'and the settled : ;

:'YIt f ethfitl heart nor vilinnt hand" inducing motive with..him was, light to France, and jubilant at this lucky turn I :of my eldest sister, Jane, with marriage an
Whin' always honor's guerdon ; .. that I had formed' au attachment for a considerable ;time ; irs; *andrstranga as it must, np- pIe young.-man peremptorily amia-
Unr.rojvneil li.'fojre an,uncircling full niany'a cordon.hero falls, ,Miss Ellen Bramston, the second likelier mode of to you, and tlqes now to myself.it off by his relatives: on :account broken of the
The patient delver in the mine daughter of Captain Bramston, of the to me than that'of. : strike me-at the time as at all assumed criminality of her brother.
i Its \.callh may not discover. East India Company's service. residingat into a.good.humor; by: or unbusinesslike that- -"This is indeed a sad,
i.Amt Hell b>;iy auty's not fondest grace and lover.tenderness Hampstead upon his half pay. :My ,quiesce, in hi3 have five. hundred -pounds :I business, Mr. Webster,." I remarked
I father strongly disapproved of the proposed may remark, in; placed in l my hands'by a man i when the young man had ,
i:Yet still I the level balance waits, alliance ; ;like most of the suc- been capable of the I was personally 'unknown, speaking ; but tell ceased
1 J I|No.Poised perfcct.gift l true( by of fate heaven unswerving:: rewards;; cessful city men I have known or am accused of):' could not therefore, be cer- either Mr.: Hutton pray or his.son me know, did
1 The[recreant undL erving heard of, he more heartily despises of plundering :Mr. that I was the Edmund Webster your application to :Mr. Curtis?"
The tinseled i, bauble fame bestowst poverty with a lace coat on its back themselves from the : '-. to be in search of. What I cannot say that either of
fThe And al tarnished attained(d In the winning; ; than in rag ; and he knew no more tered his the effect of the wine I drank did, though it is more than them
o' through tears and pain,1mocks probable
I But the grand beginning. effectual plan could be hit upon .for over again has he left exultation, I was, I well that I mentioned it to both of them"
"I frustrating my wishes: ,than by transforming private room,. with ,. in a state of great excite- "Well, Mr. Webster, I have confidence
0 sliest soul wed that sees upon! thy another longel-for prize my expected cornetcy into a lock of his iron 'safe, when I left the tavern, and in your veracity; but it i is -
n a l }ave to bear thy sore defeat partnership in the corn trade, my were frequently seemed to feel my feet as I that I should see your father essential -
Thy{grief and anger smother. imaginary sword into! an actual goose bank notes, but away{ to :Mark Lane to inform, before engaging in this: business."
!:Nor Look fojjck with upon regret thy toiling forever\ years;. quill ;, Captain Bramston, who is distantly That looks like a of my good luck, and bid He is anxious. you should do so
|i Thou hast the best that life can give. -. related -to'nn. earl, being even caution in PO precise and the corn trade and. as early as possible." '
I The rapture of endeavor prouder than .he is poor and a man as Mr. Hutton," I farewell. He was not at home, It was then arranged that I should
f f f I that would rather,see his daughter in der my breath. went in and seated myself in call Webster, senior, at 3 o'clock
1 :\. A; DETECTIVE STORY.J .her coffin than married to a trader. Nothing of the room to await his return. the same afternoon, and announce
J ; I II 'It was condescension enough,' he angrily Edmund Webstsr no doubt that, as the clerk has self to the servants mv-
as Mr.
I ; ,THE NAME IN THE.HAT.jl .' Thompson.
remarked, that he had permitted bis pallid face deposed, I did look flustered, I was punctual to the time
;! has' Diary of a Detc th'e.J ,Ellen :Bramston to encourage the ad- only shows that and it is quite true, also, that was forthwith ushered appointedand by of
I I virtually, though not formally dresses of the son of a city parvenue and follies, it was. vainly waiting for upwards:of an the daughters into! her father's one
left the force, when a young man, of but it'was utterly preposterous to sup- one that' knew'me to I suddenly left the place, and, presence. He was not yet sufficientk-
Gentlemanly but somewhat dissipated, pose she could wed an actual corn- ; be. guilty of perp happened,unnoticed by anybody. recovered to leave his bed, and! I hail l
sjspect J and; looking very pale chandler." I beg your pardon ; ely upon leaving :Mark Lane hardly exchanged half a dozen
end agitated, called upon me Corn-chandler 1"! I meant nothing ; up to Hamstead, saw Miss tences with him when the sen-
with a note from! one of That was Captain Bramston's remark was partly and as everything with the l lady by whom had been introduced young
the commissioners, enjoining me to pleasant phrase when I informed him expression of a on of the money, had been for hastily returned to say Mr. Hutton
assist the 'bearer, Mr. Edmund Web- of my father's sudden change of pur- ly glanced across my time in readiness, it was soon was below and ,requested un immediate
rater, to the utmost of my ability, if, pose. The proposed partnership was "I have little more that we should 'take ,wing at interview. Mr. Webster bade his-
I dace xamination, I saw reason to as distasteful to myself as to Captain detail to relate," he on the following morning for daughter tell :Mr. Hutton he was en-
liance upon his statement relative Bramston, but my father proved inex- Contrary to our and thence pass over to gaged, and could not be interrupted
to the painful and extraordinary orable-fiercely so, I may say-to,my pectation, my father I next betook myself to Re- and she was turning to do ;
away so,
|ircum ;tances in which he was in-: entreaties and those of sisters andI liberal with his .
my more Park, where I dined and con- when said hastily ; Excuse'me,:Mr.
ffh jrolvedj ] was placed in. the dilemma, eitherof fore-the reverse ; everything to my sisters except Webster, but I should exceeding
t j Irl Edmund Webster, ,, I ex- immediate banishment from homeana found that he how ,I obtained the necessary like to hear, with my own ears, \vnat
,"t. flairnetjl, after glancing' at the note. probable forfeiture of my inherits crew on till : At kbout'eight in-:the evening, ; Hutton has to say, unobserved by
f You Are the person, then, accused of ance, or the loss of Ellen Bramston, to hatred partnership a cab as far. as the Haymarket him."
fobbing Mr. Hutton, the corn mer- whom, with all my follies, I vas and able bar between me purpose of hiring post-chaise You may do so with all heart "
f hant, jthe( reader will,of course, un- am devotedly attached.' After much ston.,I used to.conVerSe and,of paying a few debts of he replied; but how shall we my ,
t ;ierstand cogitation upon a scheme requiring matters in that neighborhood. I was conceal you?"
dames and: whom that gentleman re- for time the exercise of I do.now'
a a servedly as ; unknown to the postmaster ; Easy enough-under the bed "
fuses t prosecute. I. considerable amount of deceit and dis- must say that, therefore necessary to prepay and suiting the action to the word,;I
, i i'TU e same, Mr. Walters. But al- simulation which could I flattered anxious !
to avoid any as far as St. Alban's, and I was in a moment out of sight. :Miss
though?! the disgraceful charge so far myself, ultimately reconcile interest opposition to my I him with one of the fifty- Webster was then told to ask :Mr.
its'regards legal pursuits appears to be with inclination-give me Ellen and expressed his warmest I notes for that purpose. He did Hutton to walk up and in a few min-
I, :iwithd awn, or rather is not pressed I not lose my father." my aims and wishes; surprised at the largeness utes that worthy gentleman entered
end my family shall not be the less To which deceit and dissimulationyou fact that I at last sum, but requested, to place the room. After a few hypocritical
}5hamejd' and ruined thereby, unless are doubtless indebted for your for the loan 'of' and address at'the'' back of condolences upon the invalid's state
'pny perfect innocence can be made present unfortunate position ?" pounds,.that being hefore he changed it. In my of health, Mr. Hutton came to the
I [munif ist before the world. Its with ," You have rightly anticipated. But would enable me to anxiety to prevent the possi- point at once with a vengeance.
: that view we have been advised to to :Mr. Hutton himself I of the claims
proceed. pressing of our flight being traced I in- I am come, Mr. Webster," he be-
reek: your assistance; and my father must tell you was strongly adverse to harassed, and carry the note as 'Charles Hart, gan in a determined tone, to say thatI
idesires me to say that he will hesitate receiving me as a partner though fore project. That favor, : Wimpole street,' and the man will endure this shilly-shallying no
;fat; no expense necessary for th some reason or other he durst not ly refused, 'under yard. longer. Either give the bonds
,; thorough prosecution of the inquiry." openly oppose the project. His son, having done so would was gone a considerable time you hold of you mine, for up borrowed
1 t; Very well, :Mr. Webster The in- 'John Hutton, also objected to it." come to'my'fethff's' .- own."I was getting exceedingly impa- moneys"-
II tiraat ion. of the commissioner is, however His son, John Hutton Iknow the And Mr. when, to my surprise and con- Eleven thousand pounds and up-
; ,of itself all-potent with me, ali character of Hutton. senior pretty well ; fusal, continued to tion, he re-entered the yard ac- wards !groaned the sick man.
i though I hoped to be concerned in no 'pray what is that of his son ?" tunities of helping by a police officer. You About that sum, I am aware, including -
, ,:moref such investigations. Have thg' e Well, like myself, he is rather fast, been so minded?" gentleman from whom Mr. interest ; in discharge of which
W, less, therefore to sit down and perhaps, but not the less a good sort "Yes, ; received this fifty-pound note a load of debt I was, you know, to have
;favor'me minutely and distinctly with of young fellow enough. He sailed what of that" ago, are you not?' <'< Yes, given third share of my business to
;your version of the affair omitting, i if the week before last for Riga on busi- young man, his. pale sure,' I answered stammering your admirable son. Well, agree at
j :you ; (lease, no circumstance however ness." fused with an angry coloring, why I scarcely knew. once to cancel those bonds or I forth-
'apparently trivial, in" connection with Before you were apprehended ?" Nothing, sir; ; step this way, if you please' with prosecute your son who will as
> "it. 'may tell you I added openingthe On the morning of the same day. I am all attention." man.C That note, with nine certainly be convicted and transportedfor
; |= r ote-book from which I am now Let me see, where was I? Oh-Mr.: Well,I made of the same value, is advertistd life."
1 4 itranscribing, and placing it before min e Hutton's aversion to the partnership, money-lenders with] been stolen from a gentle- I tell you again," retorted the ex-
adiness to begin-"I may tell l the knowledge of which suggested my till last Monday counting-house in Mark Lane.' cited invalid, that I will not purchase
you, by: way of some slight encourage plan of operation. I induced him to accosted at Mr. : sf Lshould have fainted ; and mere forbearance to prosecute at
:,men ;, that the defense you volunteeredat represent to my father that I should business in the a paragraph in the Globe was the cost of a single shilling. The ac-
: the police office was, in my opinion, pass at least two or three months in happened to be for out to me, offering a reward cusation would always be hangingover
: ;fttotf mprobable to be an invention and the counting-house before the matter alone by a respeGt: part of Mr. Hutton, for the ap- his head and we should remain
:1 ;]Ifis you know have had large was irreversibly concluded for his age man,'who asked of the person or persons forever disgraced, as we now are, in
l :;jrijnpe in such matters. That also, I (Mr. Hutton's) sake, in order that it :Mr. Edmund Webster that day stolen 50 Bank of the eyes of the world."
iistjjpect' is :Mr. Hutton's opinion, and might be ascertained if there was any note at :Mr. Curtis's notes-the dates and num- "I have turned that over in my
1 hence not only his refusal to prosecutes possibility of taming me into habits of street, on the which were given-from his mind," replied Hutton, "and I think
I but I I the expense and trouble he has method and application ; and I hypo questing the loan I was so completely stunned, I can meet your wishes. Undertaketo
\ i been' at, to my knowledge in preventing critically enforced his argumentyousee pounds, upon my for.the.police officer I should cancel the debt I owe you and I
/erther his own or your name from I am perfectly candid-by promis months' date. I i dropped upon the floor.C This, will wait publicly to-morrow upon the
appearing q in". the papers. Now sir if ing ultimate submission to my father'swishes the affirmative ; : may be.cleared up' said the magistrate with a letter in my hand
you please. provided the final decisionwere Brown, as the man <'< far Mr. Hart
I so as you, are purporting to be from my son, and
*j I shall relate every circumstance thus respited. The main object asked if I had the ; and I will, if you like, go stating that it was he who took the
if' r| Walters, as clearly and truthfully I thought to attain by this apparent five hundred and you at once to your address in notes from my desk, and employed a
..as possible, for my own sake, in order compliance was the effectual loosening, had proposed ready ; Wimpole street:' It was of man of the name of Brown to exchange
i that yu) may not be working in the before many weeks passed of the old he would give me necessary to acknowledge that them for your son's acceptance, he
;f '"dfujkrand: first I must beg your attention gentleman's purse string, which had of r swered in a flurry was not Hart and that I'had being anxious that Mr. Edmund
.to one or two family matters, late been overdrawn. I had several ment that I had not a false address. This was Webster should not become his father
3 essential: to a thorough appreciation of pressing debts of honor as they were or the stamp with me I was at once secured and partner; a that would necessarily
tits position in which I am placed." called-debts of dishonor would according wait a few minutes off' to the, station-house, and the be frustrated purpose if he, Edmund
? Go on, sir;' it is my duty to hear to my experience be the apter or a clerk came in, I nine notes being found upon me, Webster, was enabled to marry and
aIl(you. have to say." phrase-which it was absolutely neces and write the acc was entertained of my guilt. leave this country."
v My;; father" proceeded Mr. Edt to and the He hesitated ''a '
; sary discharge ; success, for declined giving my real There was no answer to this audacious -
, t j inund} Webster, who, as you are moreover, of my matrimonial project said : 'I am in a very foolishly so, as I now per- proposal for a minute or two,
} aware< Besides in the Regent's Park, depended entirely upon my ability to but I will wait for since Mr. Hutton's clerk, the and then 1fr.Vebster said slowly,
retired about five years ago from thebusiness secure a" very considerable amount of room at the ; ; day at the police court, disclosed "that my son is innocent, I am
in Mark Lane, which hasI money. the kindness to be as matter of course. The result thoroughly convinced."
; since i been carried on by the former Your matrimonial project?" and draw the note know. Mr. Hutton, when he Innocent exclaimedDlr. Hutton,
{junior partner, Mr. Hutton. Till Yes; it was at last arranged, not I; Brown.: He had not who it was taken into custody, with derision. Have you
1 wijthh; the last six months I believed without much reluctance on the partof three or four resolutely out of the way; and taken leave savage of senses ?"
i] myself destined for the army, the purchase Ellen, but I have good reasons for came in, I instantly i several remands I was set at lib Still, continued your the invalid unmindful -
| ;money of a cornetcy having been believing with the covert approbationof tioner's wrote the note the magistrate remarking that of the interruption, "it might
| lodged at the Horse Guards a few days Captain Bramston, that we should speeded on with it of no case which showed in a be impossible to him so ; and
1: after I came of age. Suddenly, howl effect a stolen marriage immediatelyset Tavern. ,The striking light the need of a pub your proposition has prove a certain plausibility -
l my father changed his mind, in- off for' the continent, and remain except the box where 'm this country. My about it. I must, however, have
[ fisted that I should become a partner there until the parental storm which who after glancing of the way in which I became time to consider it."
| of| Hutton's in the corn trade and on my father's part I knew would be and putting it : of the note was, asyouknow, Certainly ; let us say till this day
!. forthwith withdrew the money lodgedfor tremendous had blown over. I did roll of notes in my e4. and quite naturally ; Mr. week. You cannot choose but com-
the, commission. I am not evenyet not feel much disquieted as to the final display your money,' i of Bishopsgate street, having ply ; for if you do not, as certainly as
':. cognizant of all his motives for result. I was an only son ; my sisters all these people. : all knowledge of Mr. Brown, r stand here, a living man your son
i .,' this, caprice; but those he alleged would be indefatigable intercessors; notes under the, ; : he had commissioned anyone shall, immediately after the expiration
: .' v re, first, my spendthrift, idle habits, and we all, consequently were confi they were quite ; me with five hundred of that time, be on the 'high road to
an imputation for which, I confess dent that a general reconciliation, such and I forthwith in exchange for my acceptance the bulks."
there 'waS too much foundation;' as usually accompanies the ringing wine. :Mr. Brown, stigmatized and disgraced I re- Having said this Mr. Hutton went
lough as to whether the discipline of down of the curtain at the wind- business
green as an excuse, home to find my father struck away and I emerged from my very
.t. : ,he counting-house would, as he be- up of a stage comedy, would after no it was brought- in what was at first thought undignified lurking-place.
\ li ved, effect a beneficial change, there great interval of time take placed and disappeared, : prove mortal illness, by the "I begin to see a little clearer
: !,''in ght jbe two opinions. Another, an Money,'however, was indispensable i my hat instead of his ; Captain Bramston's door shut through this black affair" I said, mI

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reply to t ie old-gentleman's: questioning '' A pawnbroker?" queried lr.1 I I did not immediately answer:, "No, 1'1 3&r FINE I I I I Valuable Orange Lands for Sale ,

look ; *' f nd J trust that we may yet Skinner, doubtfully. did not." he at last replied in a low, Tracts containing twenty acres each ,of

be able to tiirn the tables upon the "Not exactly that; I oftener take shaking voice. 'i. I choice high hammock land on Orange Lake

very cOn, debt gentleman who" has leftus. persons in pledge than goods. What 44 Let me refresh your memory. Did i r v iLLINERy"1T !! suitable ing, are now for orange offered growing for sale.and These truck farn.-lands

Kov i ii you please, I added, I mean by money-dealer is a man that ;you notsay to Brown,. rather Skin- ............................................................. are very conveniently situated for transportation :-
addressing Apss. Webster, who had discounts the signatures of fast men ner, your brother-in-law- ; by water or rail and will be sold oi

again ;re urnd, I shall be glad of aInornetlt with good .expectations, who don't A slight scream escaped the quivering -\ terms tionable.to suit Also purchasers.valuable Titles timber are unques

conversation with your mind paying handsomely in the end lips of the detected conspirator, large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS lands in

broth Jr:/ Sloe}] ,: led the way down for present accommodation." S 'and a blaze of frenzied anguish and, EING'SBAZARHATS February 16. 1882. Fernandina. Fla.

stairsj&ni: I found Mr. Edmund Webster I understand ; a bill discounter.'' alarm swept over his countenance, leaving t .

ir( the dining-room.. Have the Precisely. But come, drink, and it as white as marble. No further answer -
could be obtained from him and as
kindness,," I ]said, to let me see the pass the decanter." as possible he left the office, followed; by soon the BONNETS, RIBBONS, Sale of
hat & r.1 Brown l left behind at the A gleam that;shot, out of the man's 'groans and hisses of the excited auditory. Railroad Lands.
I Skinner was then brought forward, he made
in exchange for The strengthened a hope that I
tavern yours. gray eyes 'a'full and ample confession; and Edmund FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS.
young. man! 'eemed surprised at the had hardly dared entertain, that I was Webster was at once:dischargtd amidst the

apparent oddness of the request, but on the eve of a great success ; but' the warm felicitations of the magistrate and the A Fall Line of Elegant Late and flail Fiches, ON NOVEMBER 26th, 1884,

immclia ely complied with it. And trout, it was clear, required to be uproarious gratnlations of his friends. ,It ,
was intended to indict Mr. Hutton for LANDS INCLUDING
what maker or seller's name was cautiously played. Mr. Skinner CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS. ALL
pray ; but the unhappy man chose to appear by the State and belonging to
pasted i inside?, the crown of your hat, presently fell into a brown study, before a higher tribunal than that of
:' the Old Bailey. He was found dead in hisbedruoni Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, The Florida &
Wester ? which I did not interrupt., contenting railway Navigation Comp'y,,
early the next His affairs
Lewis, of Bond street," he replied ; myself with refilling his glass as fastas were found to be in a state morning.of insolvency, All of the Latest Styles.. (formerly the Atlantic Gulf fc West India
441 allvals, purchase my hats there." he mechanically emptied it. A though the deficit was not large, 15s.on.tile Transit Railroad Company), will be offered

'. Very good. And noas to Mr. bill discounter," said he at last, putting pound having been, I understood ultimately FANS for'sale. r
paid to the creditors. Miss Ellen Brain- PARASOLS, CORSETS, This sale will cover lands as far south and
Browne f personal: appearance. Whatis down his pipe, and turning toward ton, I must not in conclusion omit to state, including the last tier of Sections in Township -
I he fit I me with a settled purpose in his became Mrs. Ellen Webster shortly after the .Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear. 25.Time ,
\ A t utish middle-aged man, with look. triumphant vindication .of her lovers char- Office for the sale of the lands above
acter; and. I believe Miss Webster was referred to will be located in a Car on a sidetrack
ha and Is amount and of time to
very jigljt prominent; nose, a length" made a wife on the same dav. of the Railroad, twelve miles south of
pale nfcej p considerably pock-marked." run of any consequence ? -f-+t-+I I i II i ->I-r-+-I- I II I : I I I I I : I!--- Panasoffkee. _

"Thiiti will'Ho; for the present, Mr. None whatever, if the parties aresafe. I SUMMER GAMES. t The sale will continue for TEX DA YSpconuut'ncing
on the day named after which,
and"let that till ,
Webhjtfrj: ,me beg youee I
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU I II II II II II : t II II II II II II I.-J-, commencing on the 8th day of December.
? itfi-again: ''not a soul receives a hint Cash down on the nail ? the sale will be resumed by the Company at I

that ;Xe'fire moving in this business" Cash down on the nail, minus, of: COUNTY FLORIDA. its Office. i

tii left the house. The hat had the.interest." Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats,
I fn ; course, DEXTER HUATER,
No 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville. I
furnisHed; an important piece -of information 44 Of course.: Well, then, Mr. Thompson vs. 1 ,
H. ,
the label inside being"Perkins I have note signedby BOYNTON ATTACHMENT, All communications in relation
,:printed a promissory Doing business under the I $1GU3.00. to salesshould I
/:Guildford Surrey," andat Mr. Edmund Webster, of London, name and style of John 1.50- be addressed to

tllti Rose rind Crown Inn, Guildford, for five hundred and fifty pounds, at Boynton's Sun. J Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons. S. I. WAILES,

I alighted the'veryjnext: day at six months' date, which I should liketo SAID DEFENDANT JOHN 'H. BOYN- 51 Land Commissioner
Surrey business John ,
doing as Boynton'sSon .
discount. '
2 dock in the of
? strong hope : will hereby take notice of the commencement KING'S BAZAR
meeting its steep "streets" adjacentlanes Webster, of the minories ? of the above -entitled suit by f

: with a stoutish gentleman, distinguished 44 No; his father is a retired corn Attachment in the Circuit Court.. Fourth Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.
hair merchant in the Regent's Judicial Circuit, in and for.the County of $5ELECTRICLIGH'rI"I\ f
by: very light a long residing Nassau, Florida; and is''notified to appear,
nose land a white pock-marked face. Park. The bill's as safe as a Bank of plead or demur to the declaration filed MERCHANT TAILOR.R. .
The lance was, at all events, worth a England note." therein, on or before thefirst.Iondar: in Ox receipt of $5 we C 1 i-' ,. i
will send :: : ::
you an Electric ;:::; ::
:March next, or judgment default will be G. McQUITTY
trial, arid I very diligently set to workto 441 know the party. But why doesn'tthe taken herein on behalf of Dexter Hunter, Lamp. Burglar :::::: = ;= ;::::

realize: it,by walking about from rich brother-in-law you spoke of the plaintiff above named. Has removed his: business to the rooms over Alarms $1. Call Bells _: I
dawntill: dark, peering'at every headI cash it for you ?" R. W.: DAVIS the New York Bakery: on Centre street. $1. ElectricGasLight %- ''Ij
44 I H. J. BAKER, He has received an assortment of seasonable Telegraph Instruments
passed, and spending the eveningsin Well replied Skinner, "no doubthe Medical Batteries '
Attorneys for Plaintiff. goods for gentlemen's weal, and is preparedto -,
t1f> most frequent parlors of the would ; but the fact is, there is a Fernandina, Fla., Nov..28, IH8-t l-3m make them up to snit all tastes in the 44, &c. 1!I
between about this best style. In regard to your new Electric Light
town. Many a bootless chase I w sled dispute us very
In the Circuit Court, Fourth Ju- .23-Repairing neatly done. we think you will be exceedingly successfulin
bit of
distant of note. I owe him a goodish
by a glimpse light or Fernandina Fla., July 121884. securing its universal adoption.
red hairi' ami.one fellow with a sandy money, and if he.got it into his hands, dicial Circuit, ,iu and for the Yery truly yours. MINER & REDFIELD.

poll, anp, a pair of the longest legs I he'd of course be for deducting the County of Nassau, Florida WANTED. 737 Broadway, N. Y."
411 witnessed with much pleasure the tests
ever savf; kept me almost at a run for amount; and I've been obliged to put Josiah H.vs.Prescott I|I notice of A GENTLEMAN 'WHO IS A PROPRIetor of your new Electric Light. I believe you 'I''

two mortal :hours one sultry hot him off by pretending it was acci- John H. Boynton doing bus- {.Attachment of a Northern :Summer: Resort will find no difficulty in bringing it into ;:
morning, on the road to Chertsey, before dentally burned soon after I obtainedit. mess under the bane and j Amount (which is: eminently successful and pop- general use. Eastern Man. "Northwest i i\
ular) wishes to lease a well furnished ern Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM. I'
I leaded\ him, and confronted a ." Son.style of John Bovnton's: j Sworn to Hotel in the South or would accept a position "We take pleasure in stating that the tests I

pair of \ as round and red as A queer,, story, my friend ; but .if J $1,000. and have considerable influence. we made of your Electric Light proved perfectly 1 1
the don't' mind THE above named : John H. Don't want a house clover 75 to 100 rooms. satisfactory. You will have a large i
an apjde, between which lay, scarcely signature's genuine. .
of the City of*New York, doing Best of references given and required. and ready sale. Yours truly,
visible, a short snub-nose., Patience that, and you shall Have the cash at business under the name and,style of Address at once. RICHARDS & Co,
and however ." '. John Boynton's: Son-is,Jiereby-notified to WILLIAM H. ,BRIGHTON. "
perseverance at length, I once. ; 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue, N.Y.
enter his appearance in and to the above entitled 455 State St., X.''Y
41 Albany
The above testimonials thern-
met thejir re yard. I recognized my Here,it is, then, said Skinner, un- attachment suit commenced against explain

man as jhe I was cheapening a piece of clasping a stout leather pocket-book. him, .in said court by Josiah H., Prescott, I COTTAGE selves.WE WANT.Nu)13ER OF LIVE AGENTS: ;
meat ill) the market-place. He answered 441 don't mind throwing back the odd Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in I LUCV G. W. FOSTER & CO.,
i precisely to the description fifty pounds." January,'1885, and to'plead or demur to the Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.
filed therein on or before the
given hie, and wore, moreover, a... I eagerly grasped the precious document first Monday February; 1885 or judgmentwill FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. -
fashionable: hat, strongly suggestive of glanced at it, saw it was all be entered against him bv" default.
Bond treet. After a while he parted right, placed it in my pocket, and then Attorney for Plaintiff H. BAKER above suit.J. Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished with !, t tz '

from his wife and made towards a suddenly changing my tone and rising A. ED\yARDS, Clerk<,Circuit Court. accommodated or without board.also Table transient.Boarders will be I.

public louse, into the parlor of whichI from the table, said : Now, then, Fernandina, Fla., September 6, 1884-3m 2 Miss; LUCY 0. THOMPSON.THE I

entered close after him. I had now Skinner, alias Brown, I have to inform -

leisure t.o;.; observe, him more closely.He you that I am a detective police officer I In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial C pT 7Q + f 1

appeared to be a respectable sort and that you are my prisoner." Circuit Nassau County, Fla.
View Co.
of man,] but a careworn expressionfitted Police prisoner 1" shouted the Lettie Miller 1 Photographic 1 1c 1y
vs. I Notice of
at once over his face, which tome astounded man, as he leaped to his John H. Boynton, doing busattachment.. OPENED APHOTOGRAPH .
an adept in such signs, indicated feet, what are you talking of?" mess: under the name and Amount HAVE ; vt '

with sufficient plainness much anxietyof 44,1 will tell you. Your brother-in- style Son. of John Boynton's: sworn to$400 GALLERY ;;

mind arising probably from law employed to discount the note
pecuniary you '
above named defendant John II. Opposite the Post-Office,
cmbarrfL'"sment" not, I judged, noin my possession. You did so, THE)' of.the City of New York, doing -' r, \a;
from u burdened conscience I presently pretending to be a Mr. Brown, the business under the name and style of I having where they secured propose the services to; do first-class of.MR. CHAS.work, cr
obtained l further and decisive proof, agent of a Mr. Curtis ; but the villainous John Boynton's! Son, is. hereby notified to DsWAAL, well known as a superior Artistin 1
enter his in and to the above
though that \vas scarcely needed, that sequel of the transaction-the entitled attachment appearance suit commenced against Portratit Photography.

fir Skinner |is the wait. called him, charging young lIr.Vebster with him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before Patronage respectfully, solicited. m. .
was :Mr. Brqwn. In rising to leave having stolen the very fifty pound the first Monday in January, 1885, and to ; LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHYalso $m ''# ;.k i iI
plead or demur to the declaration filed in promptly to.
the room; I tqqk his hat, which he had notes you gave him in the coffee-room said cause on or before the first Monday in 47IARSHALL & DOBBINS. I 1r

hung ups in. Apparent mist'aJre for my I of the Bay-Tree Tavern-I do not believe February. 1SM5.: or judgment by default will

own, anl| in. the half minute that : thanks to :Master Hutton's success -- be entered, against vou. W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, I
elapsed beforfx, I replaced it, saw plainly in suppressing the names in the Attorney Plaintiff in above suit.J. AGENT, '

enough) Itewis, .Bond street, London public reports, you can be aware of." A. ED\V AItD8. Clerk Circuit Court. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ;ew Oslepni.. I

," onj; the j inside label. The only That bewildered man shook as with Fernandina. .. Fla., September. G, 1884.. AND STOCK DEALER I
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question nov : was, hOto :avail! myself ague in every limb, and when I ceased Sheriff's Sale. BUTCHER A:8Dncaler: I Owning December 1,1884: Closing May 31,1885. f fCNnsaTllyAl'SeICNSOPTIIB

of the kcky; turning up of Mr. speaking, protested earnestly that he and by Virtue of an execution in Ice -

Brown ; ;!H.mtwhilst j r was meditating had no evil design in complying with USDEit out of the Circuit Court, Fourth United[ Stales GOUBrnmBnf.i
several i' odeiof! action the sight of a his"brother-in-law's wishes. Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, .
in a suit in sait Court det wherein --- ,
board oii which was painted, This 411 am willing to think so," I, replied Theo. Starhuck plaintiff'pnined.and Henry Ho- 'BROOM STREET WHARF i

ground t tp bejbt on Building ,Leases ; "but, at all events, you must go bein defendant, I have levied upon and will 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.PATENTS. i $1,300,000,

decided jj r:. Skinner, Builder," at with me to London-quietly were sell at public auction'of''Fernahdina, J1.front of the' Courthouse Appropriated" t' ,1)y l the General Government.: ,
iu the of
ciiy l Monday
once jme. I called Mr. best
upon : the 1st.day of December, 1884 during the
Skinneriwhojlived about half a mile To this he, at last, though very reluctantly legal hours of sale the south half of Lot 3 II $500,000,

out at G lilfofl, the nextmorning, inquired consented ; and half an hour of the south-west quarter of section twenty- MUNN &. CO.,of the ScraNrmc AMERICAN; con- I Contributed bv the Cili/rn-n>f NetvOrleans.
a-1 to the conditions of the said afterwards we were in the train andon four ((24)), Township' two ((2)). North, Range tinue to act as Sollcitors for Patents Caveats Trade I!
East Canada, $200,000
twenty-eight ((28)) containing twenty- Marks Copyrights for the United Suite ,
leasesralked, with him over the our road to London. eight acres.more or less. Levied upon as the Patents England,sent France free.,Germany etc. Hand'Book about 'I Appropriated !hy Mexico.
ground i in quition, calculated together The next morning Mr. Webster's::; property of Henry Hobein. Patents obtainedthmu!!IiMiINNy&CO.arenoticedIn

how much a Imndsorne, country house solicitors applied to :Mr. Hutton for Terms cash J.purchaser A. ELLERMANN.paying for Sheriff.title. most the widely SIF.STIt'W. circulated AMERICAN'scientific the paper.largest f3.Pest O a year.and $100,000, .-
Splendid engravings and interesting
would cost, and finally adjourned to the immediate liquidation of the bonds Fernandina, Fla., October 30th, ,188-1-td Weekly.formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific A mer- i Appropriated )hv the Slate of I.ouisiiiiKV.Appropihitcd i

the Ros! ana Crown to discuss the held by their client. This, as we had 1 ,I lean AMERICAN sent free.Office.A 2C1 ddress Broadway W UNN, New k CO.York..SCIENTIFIC_ 1 mlOO.OOO '
matter fi rthe'r over a bottle of wine. calculated, rendered him furious, and PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor
for improvements in old 11 by the City of New Orleans
Dinner ,vas as free a soul, I found, as Edmund bster was again arrestedon ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand STANDARD BIOGRAPHIES. { fust I
ever liquor betrayed into indiscretion ; the former charge and taken to the all patent business promptly attended AND LOGAN. Re a d/ i From $5000 to $25,000, ,

and I so( n heard that he had street office where to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Illustrations j Appropii.ilrd by 1III1I1nnrlhlC'lltcs., Cilicsi I
], lately Marlborough police 2Royal octavo pages; lull-page and Foreign Coiiinries.Ev .
REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- i I
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to London, and had a rich his father, Captain: Bramston and ented by iis. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- TILDEN, CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS. I; State and :Territory-"n 'the Union'f'pesent.d.
Lrot er-i -lacy| there of the name of other friends impatiently awaited his ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS 774 Toyal octavo pages; S5 full-page Illustrations. I i fy and nearly a'.l: the Leading Nations and -

Hutton, !with ; other less interesting appearance. Mr. Hutton this time EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat Olr Agents.. i Countries of ire V/orid. i
ents in less time than those who are remote nest Terms I particulaj s. iThiis i charming'confidence' appeared as prosecutor, and deposed to from Washington.When S Outfit FREE, and ALL FREIGHT PAID. II The Biggest Exhibit the Biggest Building and the il 1
I e seeme i to ||ink required. return in the safe custody of the notes on the Inventors..send model or sketch, Address II. S. GOODSPEED & CO., ( Biggest Industrial Event in theWorld's '

kind. aacl aft jr he had essayed half-a- morning of the robbery. we make search in the Patent. Office, and 48 NEW YORK or CHICAGO. I, -History.
advise as to its patentability free of chnrgc, .If.In: ,. ,I.ItyrarayCY.IYYICUVKtonespat'i.INi.tEtrE "
iozell I U..Ir.'TtOI'm: I
iiujlirec); questions, I came frank And you swearsaid, Mr. Web Correspondence confidential; fees reason- Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. :: .,(: vlrnr
fy! out with 'I] there is no occasion to ster's solicitor, "that, you did not with able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT LINEN PAPE'R-GO crs. PER 1> ZEX. I OKnun.:a tr'CIuY.vi.- TH; tv ..i ii.-t; rtKUTherhriP ; .re. AX\ I III :

beat about thljbush Mr. Skinner hands give the pretendedly stolen IS OBTAINED.We sent upon receipt of 2-cent I --:-- .. I
youwish your -'i Tateor iravc. ever known > I
to l nowiwhol am, and especially notes to Mr. Brown, and request him refer, and by to permission the Superintendent to the'City'Postmaster of the- stamp. AddressFLORIDA MIRROR II I the :iiin-ji.-t-v.-,'rv.t<>; hrr ir :fin>riiion scoured for the I '

If I am able tb pay for the fine house to take them in Mr. Curtis'name to ; PostOfficeonev Order Division in Wash 2G Fernandina, Fla. ,I jveopie For iniurmauon.autirrsI '

'..e have been!talking' of. Well, then :Mr. Webster. ington. For special references.circular,service'terms'etc. I I:. A. Bt'1ttE.Director .
young address So Special Day for BargainsAt : genera;, XV": 'I.C..C.:E ,II
I am.n.. dealer Hutton I cEt (i'.i.,c.l.A.
jmoniv I lend c shSOUletllne greatly startled, glan'celkeenly them' i
; C. A. SNOW & CO., J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can get ,..
)?, security.*' in the questioner's face, and .O?p..Patent'Office.< Wasbinpto.TVX 2 every day. ; -- ;

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_.l._.. ... .THE FLORIDA" :.MIRROR : DECEMBER '20, .1884. ,,' .
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"J 'HIS FIOIIIVA.MIRR01L: Democratic National administrationthis RUSHING ORANGES INTO, FULL, of that sort ever formed on earth can com- Post-Office .Yo l ceo --

4. .i ring will depart; ,and t organi-- JIA IlKETS. pare with the joint-stock company that car- Office Hows-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00
; GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. The Times-Union of 16th, ,refers to ries on the smallest, ? What a firm of Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 AM'M>
zation will ,
go to pieces never to be Money Orders and Registered"Letters
'active partners have we here! What a diver' ::
: from
&t nl scripqon, 82 six months 81.tjffi renewed the passing through Jacksonville, on 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P'Mand from
: year; under similar auspices and sHy of capital is invested in the enterprise! to -36p'ni. 2:00 p. N
< similar leaders. the 15th, of between 7,000 and What sympathy 'and corworking! Where
5e copier Centre and First streets,second floor ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
.;., I' --.- ----- 8,000 boxes oranges. ,On Sun- fulls one drop from the moistened brow of Transit
BATES OF ADVERTISING. OUR BAR IMPROVEMENT.. day, the+ 7th, and the '14th the farr 1er"there fall a thousand of germinating Arrives daily except Sunday........ 445p .
'I' ;n cuts a line for the first, and five cents for We of our ; hope some Representatives there must, have been shipped Gulf coast, Transit
sn1 and
-t'ac, i equentInsertion. nation touches the life of every plant and Peninsular -
S wclaj local in Congress are looking after from this each over railroads.Closes .
notices, 15 cents a line. port, on day, r blade with and
j eading notices, 25 cents line. a new vitality verdure-Elihu. daily except Sunday...........i0oo
"B >ecial! rate fortlme advertisements a appli. I, the interests of the entrance to Cumberland 6,000 boxes. ,The shipments by the Burritt. Takes mails for the North, the A'M.

?t on af the office. upon 1, Sound. We have the spec- :Mallory steamer are about 3,000 Items of Interest. Gulf roads.Leesburg coast. Transit and Peninsular

t- tacle.of report from the Engineer boxes weekly, and the Savannah There are now pending in the Superior train arrives daily........" 8'40\
C mmainitations ; 'M'Feinanama
> upon all matters of local inter- .Brings Western mail only.
Departmentrrecpmmending the expenditure ,- three. Court of 674 divorce suits.
steamships days
Ullcted Chicago
:*t | from all parts of the county and from ; carry every
:'tlo ig the: lines of Florida' railways.: of $600,000, for deepening 7,000 to 10,000 boxes to New York. The annual expenses of Jay Gould's yacht Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4-15 A
-'II communications intended for publication the bar at this port: It is to be sup- This is very lively business, but is Atalanta are $70,000, and her owner expectsto Brings the Jacksonville and St. "31
'',ho aid Ve addressed to the Editor; all business John's river mails.
tf.'elt ers simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY. posed that the able and skilful officer i it as profitable as it is lively? The start with her on a Southern trip the lat- Closes daily except Sunday.,........io:3oA .
ter part of this month. Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's' 'M
it connected with that department Northern markets are all reported as River and Northern
,, DECEMBER 20, 1884. Sir Henry Bessemer now holds 114 patentson
understands ,the question better than over-stocked and rule Sunday MailJacksonville :-
,."-v- prices very his many inventions. It is said that his

117E j< OFFICIAL. OA."VASS-SOME any individual or any committee, low.Would steel-process patents brought him $ OOOOO, a arrives.......and......St......John's..........River.........10.\, ::?

a I I II I INTERESTING FEATURES. but it seems, that the committee con- it not be better for our year for twenty-one years. Northern mail arrives............. )o ;,.'.11..

)"JThe Floridian of the 9th inst. contains cludes,that while other similar works South Florida.friends... to hold, back There is a rush of unemployed people to .Jacksonville the North,,closes St. John's........River.........and"..... C.QA
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3 New Orleans in the that the great Ex- )1
the official canvass of the late should have one-fourth or onethirdof their fruit : Jacksonville and St. John's River
until January February
I % ctinll.The position will create a demand for their ser- only, closes..................:.......... 4:00P.M.
the amount estimated, for the and :March and get the better prices
j T j I vices, but the local papers'say that the labor SAl\IL.T. RIDDELL. p.M.:

l .<. total highest vote, taking that only truly good sea-port on the East- I which always prevail late in the sea- market there is as much overstocked as in Wood, Wood

tf Lieutenant Governor, was 60,014, ern coast of Florida should be cut son. There seems to be a rush to any part of the country. Having recently established a Wood.Yard

?)eEg!;an increase over that of 1880 down to one-eighth of the amount get the whole crop of Florida into Crippled boys are taught by the New York near .Duryee's mill, provided with all the

.ItS,33'7; which counting one voter to estimated, for it. It seems to go for market before Christmas, and then Children's Aid Society to make a living by necessary machinery for sawing and splitting
making brushes. They are paid the.regular FIRE-WOOD,
''ifije ofjthe! population would indi.tcilie nothing that it is the terminus of comes back the warning'voice of low price for brush hands, and in a short time I I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood

irk increase of 41,675, or approximately over 600 miles of railway, that it has prices.If have learned the trade, becoming useful I place sawed, at to any ONE lengths DOLLAR, for either PER stove LOAD.or fire-

j? 16 per cent., not taking into a large and increasing shipping interest the orange culture is to remain members of society, instead of begging or J. A. ELLERMAXX

the large number in the that it' is the into stealing as they might do if left to them-
i ; account only port profitable, we must have a bettersystem selves.

IStatej} ijrho have not acquired the which a naval vessel can enter on of handling it. Warehouses
Professor Milne, of Tokio University, is
r !t!rijhtt4| vote. This would indicate this coast.of Florida, that it has been refrigerated to preserve ,it, intelligent about to establish a subterranean observa MERRY CHRIS TJvti I

,a ;boitnued! per cent per year, and heretofore recommended by the highest action in its distribution, and a home tory at Takashima in a very deep coal mine

Ji ifla will increase our popu-= authority as a naval station, thatit market. We, 'dp not look with any not far from' Nagasaki. The object is to determine -

ion 0 per cent. by 1890. has just been selected as the 'great pleasure on this'rushing the fruit in the'connection between earthquake .
i : phenomena meteorological phenomena This is the message of glad
I tidings that wiring
; f e' increased vote comes, ashnlglit Southern rendezvous of the Yacht to market and believe that it.is a
: such as storms, barometrical tides
pressure, : forth in a few days bringing
{ ;jnaturally be expected, in the Squadron, that it is the port long ruinous policy. tidal waves,,etc. i joy and
happiness to
4j: ) nih ular portion of Florida. The since selected as the only available James G. Blaine, late Republican candi- I' many
loved and loving hearts.
:jrankojf the.countIes and their total port, for the Eastern terminus of a FLORIDA" POLITICAL- NOTES. date for the Presidency on Tuesday last,

(t'vote: : for, the office of Governor is ship canal, and is essentially the Duval county has the largest withdrew his libel suit against the Indian-
Democratic vote of with apolis Sentinel, pending in the United States
kivel1:1n. the following table deep-water of the Atlantic coast any
: port (
: next to ,the largest Republican 'ma Court of Indiana. The suit was to have KINGS Jf l BAZARj)
f '; Total' Dem ,Rep of our State. been tried on the 23d inst. Mr. Elaine's
: next to
i jority. Orange gives
g -14 Duval ......................... 5266 1999 -3267 Gen. Gillmore confidently reports county principal reason given, is that he could not
w S .:. Aluchua....................... 3286 1785 2041 the largest Democratic: vote, Es- in
I i ..:1 Escainbia................. 3743 1907 1836 that the depth of water on our bar get justice Indiana. Centre and Fourth Sts.
ftr 4 Marion......................... 3505 1541 1964 cambia third and Alachua fourth. The Statistical has ,
,.fi Orange........................ 3034 1959 1084 can be increased to 21 feet at low Society published a
_. Ix-oa............................ 3031 860' 2170 Polk county has the largest percentage table showing the railway mileage of Europe, is to assist
J 7j Jackson....................?. 2564' 1421 1143 tide, and much more by raising the going you to contribute your
g .8J Jeflerson-..................... 2275 743 1532 of Democratic votes of any from which it appears that Germany comes share to the happiness of those
.................... 2250 1154'' 1096 jetties higher. The test of the lsa first with 21,500 miles followed by Great you love,
t' Columbia.?.................. 2015 1045 970 county in the State, being over 90 and for this invites
t ,,9, Gadr-den......................1940 1086 854 two years has shown that the workso Britain; 18,200; France, 17,200; Russia, : reason your attention,
[ Monroe....._.................. 1789 905 882 per cent. Brevard comes next'with 14,600 Austria, 12,000 Italy, 5,500 this Holiday season to its particularly
; Spain
; : ; Suwanee....................... 1747 965 782 far as it has gone has stood well ; ; ,
14;; Volosia....................... 1708 929 779 about 75 per cent. On the Republican 4,900 ; Sweden. 2,600 ; 'Belgium, 2,500 ; gant selection-of Novelties in Fancy and
'15:>>! Nassau........................ 1663 783 880 and has required no revetments or Switzerland
:T.61' Madison.._.................. 1174 515 629 side Leon county has the largest 1,565; Holland, 1,435; Den: Useful Presents. Only a few of them are
r : 17j; $umter?....................... 16.1131 518 repairs. It is therefore practicableand mark, 1,160 ; Roumania, 920 ; Turkey, 870;
,c 3.8; nm boro...................... 1603 1287 316 percentage of Republican votes, 2170to enumerated here such as
? 'Ut' Hemando..................... 1312 1058 254 reliable.Its .' Portugal, 660; and Greece, 6 miles.
| .2i) Bradford...................... 1285 972 313 860, being about 70 per cent. The the
'I} I Itill Hamilton..................... 1277 638 639 importance to the whole inte- Recently tomb of Edward III., in Elegant Toilet Sets,
t ':22t Santa Rosa................... 1275 801 474 rior of State is self-evident. Will Republican vote in Duval is about Westminster Abbey, was opened and the
I :23: : St. Johns..................... 1236 721 515 our '* Jewelry and Odor Stands,
:24; Levy-........................... 992 658 334 unitein 61, per cent of the total vote. body of "Longshanks, as he was called:
. J 25; Walton.....................? 880 458 421 our Congressional delegation was found in a remarkably good state of Handkerchief Boxes
K 2iL Manatee_..................... 876 682 194 at least for it ,
!27k Clay_............ .............. 817 513 304 obtaining an equal DIGNITY OF THE FARMER'S LIFE. preservation. The flesh of the face had Glove Boxes
' -2Z. l'olk_..,_............;........ 813 765 68 and just pro rata. We do not know There is a higher dignity than that of poetry turned to a yellow powder, but the part in ,
ti 1"29. Walhington................, 568 237 331
:JO. Wakulla-..................... 544, 375 169 that it is intended to send on to or painting that attaches to the farmer's the hair was still there, and the shape and Albums (in Russian Leather and Plush.; )
31. Baker.......................... 514 328 186 the form of the body remained intact.
which should make
........... .. profession-a dignity
I 32. Frunklln ..... ... 492 277 215 Washington committee of our '
4 33. Holmes........................ 458 352 106 any him walk as erect, and look the blue heavens Around the head was a narrow silver band,
i'i' ,a :3nrc.ard; _..................... 415 329 85 citizens to look after the appropriation. on which was engraved his The
33. Lafayette .... ..... .. ... 364 298 66 as proudly in the face as any man who name. re-
I .:Ii(]. Tavlor....................? 353 .,187 166 It is the duty of our Representative treads the earth. No industry to which unman mains were placed in the tomb 600 years
37 Cn Noun_................... 345 191 154
I 3$. Lilerty.......................?. 269 163 106 and Senators to do this; hands were set since the first pair were ago. .ITOYSaANDaDOLLS$ )!)
? 4 1.:1J1 Dale_........................... 67 45 ,,22 made i is deserving of higher estimation thanhis A TIGER in the act of eating a buffalo has
they are chosen to represent the in-
u I i I 60014 32087 ,27845 ;: for of all the toilers! of the earth he been acidentally photographed in India.

I : D.l ival' beads the list and Alachua terests of their State, and every por stands in the f co-partnership with Divine The poor creature, which was tied to a' IN EVERY VARIETY, STYLE AND
I tion of it, and the people of the State Pro'vidence'in its realm of nature. See stump in a field, hadjust been focused when DESCRIPTION

--i f second, while Orange county have a right to expect this duty from now the ,conditions of this co-partnership, out popped the tiger from a neighboring

f conies in fifth, now polling 3,034 them. the capital which each invests in one Sum wood. The artist released the spring shutterof

: JTjote tee*?, while.in 1876 it polled only mer's crop. Here, for example, is a culti the instrument just as the buffalo was

11 A i jl',112.' being an increase of nearly An effort should also be made to vated farm of 100 acres of land. The Crea laid low by the beast's paw, and the "sun ROCKING HORSES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
renew work on the deepening of the tor might have made that land bear stout picture" was taken before the dying moment
county in 1876 inside passage between Fernandinaand crops of wheat and other corn, all of itself, occurred. '''It is said to be a most tragic

Ipollea j 3,800, and now polls 5,266, an Jacksonville. without man's help; but 'He did not, and tableau, and a great achievement in the art VELOCIPEDES, ETC.

}Increase' of one-third. Alachua polled would not. He condescended to admit man of photography. ..

to a partnership with him,in variegating the AN engine said to be the .
II in lS76! (including the fraudulent PROTECTION FOR PALATKA. smallest in the
i\ ; verdure of those acres, in covering them with
world has been made watchmaker
:y! 'ote1 ht Archer precinct No. 2)3,437; The Times-Union of the 16th has waving grain and yellow harvests. He by a now '
connected with a watch manufacturing [I \
ii iliut 1 lled only 3,826 in 1884. Leon something to say on the subject of would not let Nature produce any crops for company. As described, the engine is of the i MILLINERY ,
-Rolled 4,039 in 1876, and only 3,031 the protection of Palatka, by giving human sustenance without, the co-workin g upright pattern and is made of steel and

| in 1ES4 a falling off of 1,008. JefferIJolled it better rates than to interior points of human sinews. The wheel of, seasons gold. It rests on a twenty-five-cent, gold -AND-
might turn on forever, scattering rain dew
Moon, in 1876 3,406, and in 1884 near it, and sees in this an injury to light and heat, and every germinating influ piece compressed and can air.be The worked cylinder either is by a little steam less or FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT.

i :::2,27 only, a falling off of 1,131., the trade of Jacksonville. That en- ence; but unless it.vas belted 'on to man's than a sixteenth of an inch in diameter,

:XeoQ-and Jefferson are two of the terprising and growing city is dependent industry, it would not turnout a sheaf or a with a little less than:three thirty-seconds of ;In this Department we have all the latest

Tnpst; densely populated counties ithp.llack n on the railway system of the loaf of bread But'see what comes of the an inch strok. The balance wheel is a thirdofan styles and novelties, selected with
I connection with two of hands
a pair or
inch in diameter and
I' ; ? belt and together gave a country, and especially upon the and hoping hearts join their activities to like 1,000 revolutions a minute.makes something The wrist- judgment and a knowledgeof

j' Republican, majority of 3,942 iA n' Georgia lines, of railway, over which the revolutions of that :wheel. Generously pin is a sapphire cut for the purpose. the tastes of our

1876, and in 1884 of, only 2,510, be- neither Jacksonville or'Florida have Nature divides with man the honor and joy customers.

i'lng a falling,off of 1,432. An exam- any control .It is certain that neither of the crop! How she works with all the I When once a waterproof is put on to defen'd

Tinationof the table will show that Jacksonville nor the interior have sublime in this partnership and mute economies of toil! The of-the very seasons shape I!I the betaken body from off until wet, it should on no account ySf-Thanking the public for past favors

!i there Is a large increase of the Dem- any alternative or help for it. If the of the earth's orbit, and all its million-railed d I i only taken shelter, but is the in wearer a position has not to we .wish them all, indeed, "A"Merry Christmas -

operatic vote in the portion of the interests of Florida were 'united in stages round the sun, as well as the dew distillery change his clothes. What a covering of and'a Happy New-I ear.KING'S !

I of the evening's sky, are brought to oiled silk does for a wet rag in
Stateniore settled and the of surgery-
: recently line
a support semi-weekly
bear npon the production, of the fields. See namely,convert it into a:poultice-the water E BAZAR,
Ij :falling; off in all of the older counties of steamships from Fernandina,, how the light and heat are graduated to the proof insensible does for the clothes of its wearer. The

of' the Republican vote, except in L ,Jacksonville and all other points growth of these acres of Indian corn. Seethe escape through perspiration ordinary which clothing finds is a kept way in of CENTRE AND FOURTH STS. _

Ii j ,D uval county, wHere a large numberpf connected with Fernandina by rail temperature that nurses it into the blade, by the waterproof and the clothes are saturated
with moisture. A very few minutes R. W. CAMPBEM.,
then into the stalk, then into the silken setting -
negroes have come in as laborers, would have it in their power to con will suffice to render the under clothing
of the ear. See what purple curtainsare
Stevedores mill hands etc. Nothingus trol their trade and "damp" under a waterproof, particularly if RBAL ESTATE GENT
i transportationrates. hung around the horizon ; what drying, either the wearer perspires freely the ,
I more clear than that Florida will If the inland passage was jocund Fall winds blow ; what a ruddy weather be what is called muggy" as wellas

;j'': iiever fall back into the hands of thepublicans. e opened to the passage of inlandJreight faced hue glows upon the,ripening ears, reddening -, waterproof wet. When takes, therefore off that article, the wearer of clothing of a Waldo, Florida.

r : They went out of 1 steamers, Jacksonville -would them to Indian.Summer'tints, as I because it has ceased to rain, he is in the LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
they from the white-lace position of a who has
.: peer : drapery that person damp clothes
'J ;dower in 1876, and have been losing have every facility she could desirefor enfolded them! Look at that sight, and on, and, if he sits in the saddle, or walks Lands Located,

i $; round ever since. The ring of Fed handling freight, independentedlyof never let a murmur of discontent stir your home likely, to or take rides cold in an than open if he trap had, he not is more used Taxes Paid, 'andTitles Examined.

, office-holders have kept up an the protecting railways. She lips when you talk of merchants, manufacturers the waterproof at all. If, therefore,a waterproof
or joint-stock companies, or any occupation is once put on, it should on no account Many bargains are offered, and all persons
t t organization for their own selfih pur should make Herself independent by or profession whatever. Joint- be removed until the clothes can be desiring to locate in Florida will find.it o

I poses.I :: With the incoming of a these means. stock,companies, indeed! What ,company changed bodily or temperature.dried by a fire without reductionof their with me.interest to call npon or communicate

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the News of the Day in the most Interesting .* .* .

Shape and with the greatest possible .FERNANDINA FLORIDA. :
Promptness, Accuracy and Impartiality

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: Latest,Styles in We have received our stock fSf GENTLEMEN'
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WEEKLY, per Year 1 00 BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassimeres, BROWNING, KING( & CO., !

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<< f Itn: Ordinance to Amend the Police Ordinance. STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT, CARONDELET, 1,508 TONS.
.;:Approved May 9 3. 1877.BI WESTERN TEXAS 1,210 TONS.

: Jl* OllfrUNED, BY THE CITY Have received entire Stock in .
just an new every department, from the
; of. Fcrnaiidimi
SccTioj?!;1. TlJe; : Mayor shall I keep docket Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash purchases ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK
book, in.which: he shall enter the title ofc'cr
enables us to offer our entire stock at such ,low
) caebrou'/-tht: / before him, all adjournments of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
the time and manner of the trial or ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
other disposition,of the case, the judgment Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. ,
and sentence, including the costs assessed, FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION.We
I thenamc-s'ofall: witnesses sworn on the trial,, This Line, having: no Transfers between Fernandina<< and<< New '
and all o ljer proceedings'had by and before I York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF S'
him in frtcli case, and he shall sign his; FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
name thela, after rendering judgment. have endeavored to select the The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- ;F
SEC.2.i| ,Whenever any tine or costs shall t PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA &
be imposed on any person convicted,of
offense, the Mayor shall commit the accusedto any for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
the custody of the Marshal with orders to Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT +
collect life,said tine and costs, and turn said RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the '
fines and costs over to the Mayor, and if the PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor

Said fine'ttnd coats' are not paid immediately and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,!and see the LAKE WEIR. i
,'to*.:dmmit the prisoner to the city jail, THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.

there to NQ imprisoned until said fine and For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to ;
costs shall be paid; provided that such imprisonment '
shall not exceed one day, for R. W. SOUTH WICK, Agent, E
each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine -IInnENSE: : ,BABGA.INSIto = FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
and costs. H. MALLORY & CO.,
.SEC.3. : t4Jl persons imprisoned in the Pier 20 East River.New York. 51-
city jail under sentence of the, Mayor's
Court,or/or failure to pay a fine and costs,
be had in Fernandina at the establishment of
i ay beeilaliloyedbydirection of the Mayor, GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
at labor upon the streets or public works of
the city.uid:; all persons imprisoned for non-
payiuentirjf fines and costs shall receive a '
credit! at lie t rate of one dollar per day, with MODE BROTHE'RSIN H. E. DOTTERER,
subsisted:, for such labor which shall be ,
credited on the amount of fine and costs .. INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
charged against them.
SEC. 4. The Marshal, under the direction .
and supervision of the Mayor, shall have *
charge and; control of the city jail and of all *

sPonsiblHbr lrlsoneJ'cbnfined their safe therein keeping, and shall and proper be re- DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, I{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }

ca!"e. All|persons'arrested by the Police of +-
thIs "* *
city ijr; offense either with without
a warrant shall be immediately deliv ,
ered by tU officer making the arrest to the ;:::EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
$ars bal&the' jail, together with the 'war
rant statement of the cause of arrest,and Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.WE
SUCLl peJ'SI'8han thereupon be held in custoJdr FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .
b y tU) Mahslial; 'subject to the further i
or.t. ; Matdr.,
ofrmnall liners. confined in the city jail,
th);ate their commitment i
Jiischarge.;by what authority and for what
Muse,ant: *11a1l'r pot every morning to the 100 ,:PIECES: : MA..TTINGlB: : :: : .
d >!1.1 lj>t of all,:prisoners received by him ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

SlUg th, -|)recevn< g twenty-four hours. .
.G..: Su Ordinances or parts of Ordia.lcw WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. --
? C -fFINE AND [
l)|sUrdhaticeare; inictiiig! hereby with the repealed.provisions of I TEAS COFFEES.f--

First r ceding])eccmber 9, 1884. -t' -ttt +-
second reading December 9, 1884.
Cember9. 1884. ;.

AttesfAVEHY, President of Council.. 18-1y," ">;'::.;"';?,' ,_. FERNANDINA,. FLORIDA... NEW GOODS Received l>y :Every Steamer.. I

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.. .GENERAL' DIRECTORY.nited BAKER COUNTY. 1 .f.uUtor.of lares-3. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. 1] HOLMES.County -

:; 1' States Officers. County Judge-Iu D.: Davis, Sanderson. Ocala.Collecor of llel'el&ue'Y. F. Tranthani, Gmnty Judge-M, J. Solomons Judge-A. II. Brownell
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson.
it- Clerk-W.W.Jeter. Clerk-T. Pitman.
:. ] LAND OFFICE,'GAINESV LLX. SheriffJ. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Bc/wols-M. L. Paine. Sheriff R. F.: Ho foril. I Sheriff Tlwnits N. Ellis.
; ileg..cur-L.J 4 A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer': 3. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. GiIIi

; Receiver derson' ONROE'COUNTY. Collector Revenue=Thos. P. Shuler. Collector
-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. of of Revenue-William
: Serve or-General-.Malachi. Martin, Tallahassee Collector off Revenue-J. R. Herndon' San County Judgcr-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessorof Taxes-Win. E. hule..: Assessor of Taxes-3. J. Newton Tucker

.] derson. Clerk-Peter.T. Knight Key West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H Jackson. Superintendent of Schools=: Vfl Hnl
J DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent f'1LOOl.8-Jii9., D. Chalker, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. .Pt ; > } C nun. .

r Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter. C. Maioney, Jr.. WASHINGTON.
J'tdg1--Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West.' ', County Judge-N. C. Shuck lf rd. County Judge Wm. B. Jones
1 Jf.trskpl-J. H. Durkee Jacksonville.Ckrk Clerk-F. E. de la Run. C/tik-.T. E.
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence.. Collector of Rerenue-MaSOli S.- Moreno, Skipper.
;"-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. .Sheriff, \V. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff-E. P. Melviu.
|l'' INTERNAL Schools Trefl8'llrer-J. S. Leonard. ,Treasurer--Thomas J. Miller.
REVENUE.I Sle&-W. W. Tumblin,,Starke. Superintendent of -J. v. Harris,Key
1 Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. Wainwright, Lake West. Collector of Ret'entle-I tlluel Palm I s. I Collector of Revenue-John Roche
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. :Assessor of Tuxts-Georjre W. Cook
'f| COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Superintendent of Schools-N. )I. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools
Collector Revenue D. H.
of Bunberry Haynes County Judge-Hinton J. Baker Fernan Horn
I ; ,
John- W. Howell
Fern ndina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

I Edwin F.Higgins House ,St.Jacksonville. of Sc/wols-L. B. Rhodes Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-'Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge=William Clark.
Augustine. -
Starke.' Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.S1eritjJoseph .

1i i BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-'Vm. H. Garland, Fer: Sheriff, W. Campbell. S. Stone.!

*i | State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City. nandina: Treasurer James S. Bowers. ,Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
Point.ClerkA.. Collector oJR.evenue-'Varren: F. Scott Fer Collector of RevenueV. B. McLeod. 'Collector of Ret'emle-Joel P. Atkins

*- i: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. A. Stewart, ,Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. :Assessor of Taxea-3ithn )!. Ru h.

Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of,Schools-\\'. G. CO \\'ell.
&Sessor'of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham, Callahan. i
Lieut Iw..t-Goverll.r-Living8toll W. Bethel -
na. County Treasuree-Gustav. Stark, Fernan -
Key West. Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig.. Bre- dina.} TEE CELEBRATED,
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal-
vard County. ORANGE lX>UNTY.
j; 'Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of ScJiools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Bergs, Orlando
Titusville. Clerk-Thus. J. Shine, Orlando. DESKS
1: Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. WOOTONSOLID
CLAY COUNT:. Sheriff Thomas W.' Shine. Orlando.
(; AUo &l-General-George P. Raney, Talla-
.nassee; County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes James M. Owens, Fort COMFORT
11 Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid Fla.: _. ; OFFICE APPLI ACESEVERYBODY
;Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Collector,of Revenue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.

*! Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
'Foster; Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Seeks,

Adjutant-General. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. !- DELIGHTED
Collector of RefenueS Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
BUREAU OF IMMIGBATION.tmmissloner Superintendent of School.8-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison Palatka. WITH THEM.No. .
I :j (\ -A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- ,Middleburg. merk-'V.-F. Forward, Palatka.,

ec. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-! Thomas Shall ., .
; Clerk R. C. Tallahassee. )
r |j i Long, County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-.A. J. Woods.
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'e1Ulc-Joseph' Price. 8 Flat'Top.
Building, Jacksonville. :... Why" use Desks of i ordinary
Sheriff J. W. Perry Lake City. .. Superintendent of Public Schools-3. W.
i ,t> SUPREME COURT. Assessor of ixu-A. D. Brown,Lake City. Strickland. construction when, for slight

Chiyj Justice.-E. M. Randall,Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. AA additional ,cost you can have

u Aisslate Justice-3. Westcott,jr.,Tallahas-.. Superintendent of Sch !JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge=-W. H. Parker, Perry., the benefit of our improvements

y 1 see. ,1 I Lake City. Sheriff Green.B. Weaver, Perry. -.___.__ __ _*.__. _.. ._r----- ? Awkward
a' Assdsiate. Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh} DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun. Perry. __ 1. : closets and

*, Ja<:ks Clerk':-V. II.,Foster, Tallahassee. ; "sonville; Perry. We substitute revolving cases,
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: 'I I CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S., Sutton, Perry. i% which, swing with a slight

; Firs! Circuit.-Augustus' Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D..N.. Cox, Perry: '', a touch of the hand 1 and
gacolai Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- I Collector of Recyenue-J. B. Hardee, 'Perry. h are
sonville. Assessor of Tares-R. L. Henderson.ST.JOHN'S _, thus enabled to furnish: double
'eCULd;\ Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- r-
j '.3011. i Collector of Revenue, -Moses }. Brown, COUNTY. jo = the space generally given on
Thlfd Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. JackSon VI e.Superintendent. each side and when
-- : ; cases are
County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. I n
of ScJiools-Albert J. Rus- .Augus- -
i Fourth James Mi Baker Jackson- -
1 ville. i1FifPi Circuit- sell Jacksonville. tine. _' :;: open, the I W II'interior is

Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine., flooded with light and all
Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.AugustineAssessor : No. 14 LowDown Roll Top. reached
ville. :tSlxlii t-: portions readily with-
County .Thdge-Henry J. Stewart
Jasper. of Taxes- A.. D. St.
'ircuit-I1. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J.. M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine. Rogero, out change of position. A ynriety'of rotary.cases are offered for selection, and applied to

;, &ve; th Circuit W. Archer Cock" ,Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph ,F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

T. : I,I j! : Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. '

f is;!, Court Calendar.. Collector of,Rtven -W.. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, .
1 Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine.! 1L1 THE 'WOOTOIiTCabinet
of Schools-J. W. Reed,
41 Fallrnl- SUMTER COUNTY.

Sa ila Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge j. R. Steele, Leesburg, Office Secretary.
Wja'ton, 4th Monday in October. : Clerk-Thomas J.
Ivey, Leesburg.
HoCmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin I ville.County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff 3. S. DycheSj Leesburg. il'r .

Ocfober.Washington. Assessor Taxes-A. -
: : of B. Goodwin. --
2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Jo.epli Hutchinson, i3p Lt L' 7 ,,1 The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
S1 rijf-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. 141 E y o
October. Suniterville. to the business public. One hundred and
m Ja.c 3d after 4th in Assessor'of 7axes R. J. Bradley, Brooks-
;son, Monday Monday Superintendent Schools -
a ville. of -A. H. Helven- ten compartments_ as shown in cut all under
I ston Sumterville.
EJc 1mbia. 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks- SDWANEE. 1: J i f one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -

Thijs amended section 2 of act of Februarys -' ville. COUNTY. )Manufacturers, 'Bankers, Railroad Officials -

Spring 10 Term., 1879, and 'does'' not change the Fort, Superintendent Dade. of Schools-A. M. C.Russell Oak.County Judge M.- M.' Blackburn, Live _. ?-,Q' and Professional Men generally.

f THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. --.w ,'
d I Term- Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. -
Seri rg County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.
1A Ta lor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G. ,Yo Umsted,Welborn. Wooloii Cabinet Oilicc Secretary. ADDRESS :
April Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,
Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa.
rkt Mujlison, 2d Monday in April. ,Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. CoU.ectorwof Revenue Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-3. 0.' C. Jones ,
: 5o' 1st after 4th Live Oak.
vance, Monday Monday Tampa.Superintendent.
t, in-April. of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.__
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. uountyuage-James 11. Chandler, Enter-

I 'i.April.. JEFFERSON. prise.
6th after 4th : Clerk-John W. Dickins SEWING MACHINES.
Lafayette, Tuesday Monday Enterprise.
County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello.
in: Afml. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello.
1 Fallperm)\ Clerk-W. C. Bird Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen' .
: r.l. ,
Taylor 1st after 1st i in Cove. p
Tuesday. Monday : : -
October. Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, Collector __' i. > ...... T's RUN
Monticello. of Ret'enue-P. N. Bryan, Glen ;,.t" ; .r i < "" ... <,:., ,: ,
= 2d Monday in October. Cove. 't
Madison, County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau Mon \
4th Monday in October. ,: ... --' "_ "* ; '
Superintendent Schools-L. y -
Hamilton, ticello. of D. Huston, v "-; ;t': :j \

Sujvannee Monday after 4th :Monday Collector of Revenue-J., H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise. '
in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. -t I

Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday in i Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Count}/'Judge-.>A.;Giles. Crawford ville. H* ,

Oct ber. keenah. Sheriff "'Charles Alligood;' Crawfordville. NEWH ONE
Lafayette: 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nato R. Walker, Crawfordville. ; TIIE FLORIDA'1COWNIMPROVEMENTCOMPANY." '" "
i' in Optbber.j .
County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
j Ji FOURTH CIRCUIT Crawfordville.
Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. I
Spring County Tre surer-'V. W. Walker, Craw-
2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal-A; McAlpin, NewTroy.T fordville. C jflgGt1W
;. CLiy4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent. of Schools-J.C.Ramsey.NewTroy. Colleetorof Ret'enue-R. C. McMillan,Craw- t

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville.Assessor. Fernandina, ,
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County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
Taker, 2d Tuesday in April. :
of Taxes-H. H. Walker Craw- I
i Nassau, '3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on 'R. R. Line.
D lval.1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
Old Town.
t Fall TermStL -nd'Cedar Key.
k: John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.
Clerk R. R. .
New Troy. Shepard.TreasurerRobert
:Clay, 4th Tuesday in September.
Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Robinson.

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. CounlJudge'Vm.. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rt''l.enue-'V. J. Williams.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. SJieriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. | |0ffers to ,Lessees and Purchasers a large

Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools:-: David Tinner. .

CIRCUIT. Superintendent of, Schools-Henry N.Felkel, POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable

Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. )
Sumter, 3d Monday in March. ,Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector( of'Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff-W.M. Bowen.

Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. City... or Suburban Residences, I
March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tall bas- Collector,of Recei iio-J.; 'D.;Filles.]} f .

Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in see. Assessor.of Taxes-W. Johnson. UPON EASY, TERMS.
; March". LEVY COUNTY. ,Superintendent of Schools-Y. R. McCrary.DADE. \\ ji1 tt

Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J.. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to #
March. Sheriff 3. S. Parker, Bronson.

Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Allen E. Heyser. parties in
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of RttelUen.. B. Barco, Cedar Cfcrt-P. W. Faulkner. engaged manufacturing or indus- f

Marion in October. Key. Sheriff Win. M. Mattaur. '
Monday .: rial enterprises who erect ':
Putiiam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Trewlrer-J. Wm. Ewan. ., will, on the ProPerty -

Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. 0 Collector of Ret'enue-'Ym.H. Benest. substantial' 'I
Alachua, 1st Monday,after 4th Tuesday in ,MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. improvementsfor ;

November. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. residence, or, in which to conduct then
son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
Spring' Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk Frank business. \
Philips. IGULAI\.I
Orange, 4th Monday in January.Volusia .
Clerk-John M. Madison FECT
Sheriff Andrew Scott. pA1\
3d in
Monday February. Superintendent of Schools=Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Ileani. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Nt'V R
Brevard, Monday in March. '
i Madison. Collector EVE oroRDER.NtwH .
in of Ret'emte-John B. Anderson. PGJEN OUT
fall Da-dc,3d 7trm-Monday April. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from

2d in '. Collector of Ret'ellueB. D..Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin.FRANKLIN. 0 E
Orange, Monday August. Madison.Assessor. taxation, offered.'by the several cities and rG
Volusia 21 Monday in September.
,' of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad .
Brevard. 4th in
Monday September. ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to S1
..Dade, 2d Monday in November. -* MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-3. A. Atkins. .' CHAS. W. LEWIS 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.

County Judge-Z. 'r. Crawford, Manatee. SJieriff S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. rr"tlAN'tt
,i ,County Officers.ALACHUA. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Trl'asurlT-R. H. Porter. .. !! Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. \\\CAQo ILLMASS.ORANGF. GA.

., Slieriff A. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. ,). I.I BY
County Judge-Junius'C. Gardner. Gaines Assessor of Taxes,v! F. Parrish, Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. : :c. ;: : ,. FOR SALE
r town. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks.
-,: Clerk-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, .f- ", ;" :. .:,:
; GADSDEN.. _,o ., ,, .. ,' :, ,:- i
C. Tucker Popash. ;:- Oj ,'. .:I!. .'. ;"'1t. 'P.<-' ,", <'. .... 1 DEI:.
S.krijf-S. Arredondo. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. ., ". >: c ,;wiI'. ; c. ': .1 ";" / AND BUILAlachua
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t Assessor of T.zxe.S..H.: Gaines Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward : .JIti'i: I
I Wienges, Pine Level. Clerk Henry S.'Reeves. t'r.' : "" ..:, "'.,l., $ _.... *;,:\ !
ville.i Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. > ........i'i. i : Street between Second and T,hint
: Collector Rct'elzue--II. C. Denton Gaines- MARION COUNTY. .f !
of Treasurer- \. M. Smith. ; :<
) ville.,. .- I : County-Judge=Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.: Collector of i'enue-R..M. Morgan. .' ., FERNANDINA, FLA.

; *Superintendent of Schools-W. :N. Sheafs. .', j 1 Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Tares-Hamilton McPhaul. ... r- 'I'Orders and estimates from a distance Clre--:
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Gainesville.} "
". \ Clteriif-\ B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent >" Tuff
of Schools- E. L. Allison. c to. ; :
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I > THE FLORIDA .MIRROR: DECEMBER' .20, 1884. .. .. > .. ',' -. >pl .. ,
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.. Day Pas. Nt Pas.
: -, i ; -ATw'.i (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
EST A.nLISH] D 1875. A.M. P.M. Leave Tallabassae..................... ... 8.00 a niArrive
Leave Cedar ..........
I 4" 1OITMAN'S.f1ADE Key 7.35 7.30 Wakulla-.......................,f... 9.05 a m
-- Leave Rosewood................... 8.078.10 Arrive St. )Iark's.l...
Leave Creek............... 9.30 am
Otter 8.35 8.55 Leave St. Mark's..........
': ................10.00 a.m
I Leave Bronson........... ..........
; : 9.17 9.55 Arrive Wakulla-..........................10.25
anHORSEY Leave Archer................. '
t GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR A \ BUSINESS HAV- .. ... 9.48 10.30 Arrive .
-r TlWJG ; XARGERt Tallahassee........ ...........11.30 a m
ah INCREASED STOCK OF GOODS, Leave Palmer.................-.......10.03 10.49 I
**- ing _, *, Leave Arredondo..................1018 11.06 CONNECTIONS.At .
Leave Gainesville............,........10.45 11.36A. 'Jacksonville '
LANKT' MFOT FI&nnela: h&wl DnB G D t TBIRG! & CO. M. .all points North and.East, with Waycross with the Line F for
t :; ; ; rnan-
,, Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.27 12.30 dina & Jacksonville Line for Fernan-
.. Leave Waldo....................:...11.40 00 dina and with Steamers Short
t' ; for all points on
i BOOTS -A-ND'; SHOES Leave Thurston..12.03 2.30P. the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
i PHARMACISTS 1= :\1.: At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen-
thou 1U S'of other articles which I,will; sell for 35 per cent. less than you pay Leave Starke........................12.38 2.47 insular Division for'Gainesville, Ocala. Fer-
and Leave ...... ............. .
Temple's 12.46 2.57
r another house! for the same Goods. Give me a callTbefr purchasing elsewhere, and I : nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
in convjnc you of the importance of SAVING TWO .DOLLAR out of every ten. Leave Lawtcy......................... 1.08 3.23 At LiveOak. with the Savannah Florida t
will Centre Street.FKRXANDINA Leave Highland. .................... 1.33 3.45 &Western Railroad. ,
'\. ..,'. LOIIMAX, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.- ." Leave Maxville.:;..:......'........:..'1.49 4.15 At Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch

= FLORIDA, Arrive Baldwin .....................' 2.11 4.50 Railroad }
on Tuesdays Thursdays'and Sat
I Leave BaldwIn........."........... 2.16 5.40 ;
WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL. constantly on' hand a fine assort- Leave Brandy Branch........... 2.34 6.00 urdays.At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- ,
JEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN Leave Dutton................:....... 2.47 6.15 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna.-Pen- j
!t' and DOMESTICDrug's Arrive Callahan..................?' 3.15 6.50 sacola. Mobile Montgomery;: New Orleans,

Leave Callahan...................?. 3.22: 7.10 Louisville' and all points West, Southwest,
JI Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.10 8.06 and Northwest and with all boats.for.Apalachicola I
and Chemicals, Arrive Fernandina................. 4.35 8.40 Columbus and Enfanla. .

ys r Day Passenger daily except Sunday; The Shortest Quickest and ,Dist. Route to I
Homoeopathic and Patent- Medicines, Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. all points.West. '
f : Through'Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
Proprietary and Fancy Goods, DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, 3
v* / and at new office southwest corner,of Bay : 'I
FINE TOILET ARTICLES, '.11 Hogan,..Jacksonville. Fla.
"SOUTH': '
L 1i Day Pas.'Nt Pas. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent. '*

PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., P.M., A.M. Fernandina, Fla.

Ot4 I, Leave Waldo":...'..................... 3.08 ''12.40 C. W. MAXWELL, .
Si4iP t ; IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave Dixie........................... 3.27 : 1.10 Master of Transportation.
I Leave Hawthorne..........;. ..... 3.42 1.33 I. ,. Baldwin Fla. {
Leave.Lochloosa.................... 4.00 2.03 D. MAXWELL,
L. Jj'&J'Il'sicialls' Prescriptions Leave Orange Lake................ 4.22 2.33 General Superintendent, '. .
1Ft Leave Sparr's...........:.....:. ...'. 4:36: 2.52 Fernandina, Fla. .
carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08
reasonahle prices. Leave Silver Spring.....<..'.-.:..: 5.'r 3.35
Savannah Florida and Western
Leave Ocala......;..................._ 5:45: 4.00 ,
1'FM Leave Lake WeirStation....... 6.25?. 4.50 RAILWAY.WAYCROSS :

In the, Circuit Court; Fourth .Judicial .. Arrive. Oxford.:........:............. 6.42 5.09 : .

.. Circuit, Nassau County, Leave Wildwood:......::..:......:. 7.00 5.30 SHORT 'LINE. "
III!1i'N.M;;;+u r+' -,. .. Florida. Arrive Leesburg.;.........:.......... 7.33. '6.10
-"""" --- '''--" All trains of this road are run by Central '
;: ; : -'",... JANE M. MOORE, 1 j GOING NORTH..; ((90th) Meridian time, which is: 33 minutes
., -' : "fibi. .
......... "'" -. ., A.M. P/Ml <
::= .-- ,. .T. 1 2' S frt.I\"' -. ,.::: .,;;; !0UU.!..._ ", '-CO vs. V DIVORCE.. ; ... ........... ..:. : slower than Jacksonville time. -t
; .. .. : :;r ::: '-.... ... -" ""'=- ," ,,,, 'BERNIAH MOORE. J Leave Leesburg. r6:50 6.00 .1 rON
"''''''''%I"-i!, "" ,
lo rH.P118 CO.N. -o "" "Io ; I 'T."' Leave SVildss ood.!'... .::..:..:..:.. 7.22 \ 7.00
z : T APPEARING, 'FROM;: AFFIDAVITfiled Leave Oxford.; .:...............:.'.:. T.33 .7.17 and after Sunday, November 2, 1884, i
that Berniah Moore;the defendant, Leave Lake Weir StatioJ.7A9. 7AQ ::; Trains will leave and arriveas

: r A. B. .NOYES resides beyond the limits"of'' the State of Leave Ocala..................-...... 8.30 8.42 follows:
Florida, so that .ordinary process cannot be Leave Silver Spring.'.....".'........ .8.47, NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
; DEALER IN served upon him; now, therefore, it is ordered Leave Anthony Place.....:...!... 9.15 9.28 Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:40 a m
: k that a hearing be had upon the facts Leave Sparr's....................::... 9.25 9.45 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm
FAl\IItjY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES charged in complainant's bill of complaint, Leave Orange Lake ......;........., }.40 10.08 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:20 a m
jIay filed in above stated cause, on the first Monday Leave Lochloosa.....:...'....... ....-:1Q.02. 10.45 Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:00 a m
Stores in October next. Leave Hawthorne....:..:.......'..:.10.23 11.15 Arrive at Thpmasville daily at..... 1:30 p m
and: Grain, Ship JAMES M. BAKER, Judge. Leave Dixie...............:.......>...:..10.40 11.35: Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......- 3:30 p m '
June 20th, 1884. 31-3m A.M. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p nj

FUMflTUREJ, STOVES, PAINTS, Arrive \.v ldC?.... .....-, ............41,05. .. ...12.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at.,........10:05 p in
.. 1 Arrive at Mobile daily at-............. 2:40 a'-m-
HARDVAREVILLOVVARE SEA ISLAND ROUTE. gSF?Day Passenger daily except.. .. Sunday;
CflOCKEilY} Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m
Passenger !
\ Night daily Arrive at Savannah daily a't......... 1:30 p m
Arrive at Charleston'daily all:........ 7:25 p ni
i| Prices Low as the Lowest. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa s

(FEENANDINA fo JACKSONVILLE.) cola and Atlantic Railroad 'daily for. Pensa- '
X. I"*. corner. Centre- and' Second Sis,. Fernandina, Flu. Inland Steamboat Co. 1 GOING'SOUTH. cola. :Mobile New Orleans Texas all trails-

Leave Fernandina.....;................10.45 a. m. :fl.:: en ers for Brunswick
I !,Leave Hart's Road......................11.15 a. m. take this train arriving at Brunswickvia
.ORDINANCE< R. AUSTINMANUFACTURER NO .H EA-! NO DUST! ,Arrive Jacksonville.............. .......12.30 a. in.i B.'& W. R; R. at 1.00 p..m
An Orclinanclor Fixing the Kate of Assessment Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this 1,

for$taxation Jor.the, Year,1885. OF -BUT- I Jacksonville.,GOING...NOItTH.'Leave ................_ 2.30p.m.. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, :Mobile ,

BE IT ORDAINED .BY ,THE .CITY A Delightful.Sail Along the Pic- :Leave Hart's Road....................._ 3.05 p..m. and New Orleans.:
Councils Fernandina: Tins,sue et- ion Ware turesque Sea Islands. 'Arrive Fernandina..............:..... 4.15p.m. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville ''
SEcTIoN'l.|That for the purpose of meet : rains daily! except Sunday. to Cincinnati via Jesup.
ing the current expenses of said city, and AND DF..ALER'IN -- ATLANTIC COAST LINE E. PRESS.

the past id u? indebtedness thereof, for the I B@-A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE-I ; SUNDAY EXCURSION A.:\1.: P. )[. Leave Jacksonville:: daily at-......... 1:25 p m

year 18S4, ttlcre| be raised by a levy upon I -- Leave Jacksonville... .'........... 9.10 6.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:30 p in ;
the:assessed real :tnt:11 person tax of!1 twelve property and of one-half the cityas i PARt R irr B &n K 2TV T VB THE STEAMER ::Arrive Fernandina..10.35 8.04 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:04 p m

Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 3:50
the dollars follows I Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 4.30 p m
(For(12J) mills 911: as : ..;zV-' 'Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 p m N
currC"1texpensL's..1 per cent. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... m'
For past
SEC. 2. rhat: the one ((1)) per cent of the CONNECTIONS.AT vannah. This train stops at all local sta- '
tax aborcCa .ssed for current
expenses may tions between Jacksonville and Savannah.FAST .
be paid i Sji scrip or cash; but that the 1 !'- FERNANDINA, FLA., MAIL. ,

mainder of trite tax or the two and re-I ..rST. With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 2:30 p m
(21)! ) wills!) |the tax thus assessed, shall ship Line from New York -Tuesday, and Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 In

paid in c.1.h!bonds or coupons. I INNIINdONIlY11ANINNINI NICHOLAS for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Callahan daily at...........3:10 p m
Passed ljrs| reading December 3, 1884. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05: p m
Passed; s+'c<|tid reading December 31884. LEAVES FERNANDINA EVERY MON- nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35: p m
Adopted December 3.: 1884. Friday mornings. CALLAHAN. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
t G. F. AVERY President. T Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of To and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:45 a m i
Attest: fE.tO. Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday I I and all points North and'West, daily.AT Arrive at Washington,D.C., daily..ll:00 p m
: ; FRIEND, Clerk, mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard; time. Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m' t
Approved x t BALDWIN FLA., Pullman Palace Buffet and Cars.
.. ,V'. II. POPE, Mayor. For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Jacksonville to New York without Sleeping change.
._{, T" I and all points South, West, and Northwest,. JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

C. C? STRATTON & CO. daily. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:00 p m
Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Jacksonville daily.at...... 7:50 a m

| ACOS' To and from.Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Callahan daily at._......... 7:50 p m,,
Of [ GEORGIA of Bull
apply to LEVE ALDEN corner
? WILDWOOD. Arrive at at..10:05
Waycross daily m
and Bryan streets, Savannah. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:55 m
YE tl.l, )E THE MODE BRO'S = .. will, be
... :; either
passengers way .
HA Sunday.AT
daily except .
Tampa Arrive at Macon dailyat.- ........... 7:50am
iftd FcHiqiidiiia, Fla., the author- LIFT ANDlrORCE PUMPS, transferred at St. Simons by Steamer Ruby. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Atlanta daily at...........11:59 a m
: Abentstcr contract for the sale of their Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri-
With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
ill WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. val will be at risk of consignee.F. West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross and Pullman Palace] Sleeping

BRICK ANY QUANTITIES. W. SIMMONS Fernandina, Agent Fla., Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville 'to Cincinnati. '
z ,. Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
t C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, '
Atlantic and East Tennessee and
Parties willing to purchase will get all information DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Savannah, Ga. every Saturday. Virginia "<':
With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and
aji ri ards prices from them. J. N. HARRIMAN Manager. .
Samples of Different qualities and styles AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. for and from Key West, Monday and Northwest.
can be secn at;.the office of TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee., Monday EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.

i MODE BRO'S, Wind Mills for pumping water or running RAILROAJJS.TIlIE and Friday. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 8:50 p m
a' Fernandina. light machinery promptly erected on order. For information respecting routes rates, Arrive at Jacksonville daily.,at..... 6:15.a m
---- .-... Church. Factory and School Bells for sale etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Callahan daily at.....-... 9:35 p m
FIRE at a bargain. CARD dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Waycross daily at..........11:40 p m
AND. LUMBER JZ:!?" Stoves at Wholesale Prices. OF THE sonville. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m a

}'Wi.OD'- All goods delivered at the various trans- FLORIDA RAILWAY,& NAVIGATION COMPANY. I Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50pm
E CHEAP portation stations within the city free of -- FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at DuPont daily at..lloo p m .
SLABS charge. All sales for cash. In Effect July 13th, 1884. Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 6:00 a m
10 cents load. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m
KOUGH per CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... '7:48 p m
LUMBER, Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884.IYEWCHEAPAND FERNANDINA. CEDAR KEY.) (JACKSONVILLE, TO ) Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m
$5 M ft. ( Arrive Brunswick at..... 6:15
Fri uu tp $16 per WESTWARD.No. at daily ? a m
1. No. 3.Mail..
according to quality. l GOOD (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Accom.Leave Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m

DRESSED LUMBER GOING Jacksonville....... 7.35am 6.30 Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m
SOUTH.Day p ,
BOILERSI Pas. Nt Pas. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-.
;$12 to $20 per M feet. NGINES Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.16am 7.40 p m
i ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
Orders A.M. P.M. ...... .... 8.18am 8.50
by YAphonepromptly; attended to I NEW AND SECOND HAND. V Leave Fernandina..................10.25 5.05 Leave" Baldwin. ; p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
,Lake City......... 9.48am 11.14 p m
'tlllAM B. C. DURYEE Leave Hart Road Junction..10.50 5.40 .. ...... 1.10 to St. Louis via Thomasville.
LiveOak... 10.37am m
*Sjlam Saw and Mill. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES Arrive Callahan....................11.15 6.10 ... 3.40am6.50am p Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack-
Planing Madison ........ : m
Office footJC&tre: Street. 8 CombUed Orange Box and 8ntile Machine Leave Callahan....................11.22 6.40 Monticello .........i2.12p 3.10 m sonville to Washington, D. C. Pullman
Eagle GI..., Saw Mill. Plaaen, Beuwa, *e Leave Dutton................. ....12.18 7.15P. p Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan-
... 8.10am
Arrive Tallahassee... 2.36 m
Aakr Catalogue and Prices before tnytng.HANDLE M. nah. Connections at Montgomery with .
Cl 1ST IS & CO. ,. Leave Brandy Branch............12.32 8.07 Leave Tallahassee......._'2.40 p m 8.50am Louisville and Nashville Railroad for New .
: ......_...... 3.43 10.50am
EAL 4 & Arrive Baldwin....................12.50 8.40 Quincy p Orleans and Texas points and the West and
R E TIVTE AGENTS, 65 67 69 ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a Leave Baldwin_....................12.55 9.15 Arrive Chatta. River... 4.50 p in 12.50am Northwest. At Savannah with Central
: : ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. (Write for Catalogue; and yU !.tiGn this paper.) Leave Maxville:!.................. 1.17 9.45 EASTWARD. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Leave Highland....................: 1.35 10.06 No. 2. No.4.Accom. Northwest. 'Charleston and Savannah Railway '
Loans prom jd'Mortgages notiatedLots .ExChang Leave Lawtey_....................... 1.49 .10.24 Mail. for all points North, with steamshipsfor
efi' t J. -FORMACHINERY- Leave Temple's..................... 2.05 10.49 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 am 2.00pm New York, Philadelphia Boston and
till S it ?Town from 25 feet to 4 Leave Starke......................... 2.30 10.57 Quincy _...........12.10 a in 3.43pm Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
acres. !- mlnd Plantations from 5 to 5,000 Leave Thurston...................-, 2.42 11.16 Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.20pm 5.15 p m New York. Philadelphia Baltimore.
cres v V for sat. : Arrive 'Val do........................ 2.02 11.46 I I Leave Tallahassee ......_ 1.27 pra 5.50pm8.30pm Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail .
B'- 'St wMary's having been selected A.M.I I Monticello12.45 p m and Steamship connections and Baggage >.;:

athe tC'rnt!wof the Atlantic& Mississippi I Leave Waldo........................ 3.09 1.15 Madison ............ 4.10 pm 10.35pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths .. ,.
anal (unde tEie survey made for Govern. OF ALL KINDS Leave Gainesville..........:....... 3.48 ,2.20 '+ Live Oak...._;..... 5.31pm 12.55 am and sections secured at Company's office in *" "
meat bJ (ht r1 Gillmore). charters for the Leave Arredondo................... 4.09 2.46 41 Lake City......... 6.26 p m 2.55am Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot -
t0astru it coon of!which having been granted Leave; Palmer........ .......*........ 4.21 2.55 Arrive Baldwin............. 7.53 pm 5.40am Ticket Office and on board People's
r die Unit..l ;States Government and the Go to F. M. Robinson, Leave Archer........................ 4.36 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 7.56pm 6.10 a m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE

gislatures, ,5eorgia and Florida, a large Leave Bronson....................... 5.05 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.37pm' '7.20am. and JENNIE LANE.
t aCrease i111 the alue of adjacent lands mayS UANtfFACTUBEB.andfDE ALEE, Leave Otter Creek................. 5.42 5.05 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR,
confidenU. Hoked for." (See New York Leave Rosewood,......:..........;- 6.15 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent
un.2';-3-83.1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Arrive Cedar Key................. 6.45 6.35 will run Mondays. A. M..IVES, Avent.

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JiTni FLORIDA MIRROR. Masonic. Range.of'Thermometer -. .,.. .,. '. : '"

Fred. W. H yt. W.. Master of Amelia FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, .
1884, AT HOBSEY'S ,,DRCG STORE. ,' '
Lodge No. 47, F. and A. M., has appointedthe S : 3P.M.6P.M.WIND.. "SUBSI
-fl.VOJt' YEAR; $1.00 FOR,SIX MONTHS following, officers for the ensuing Ma- Saturday, Dec.13......59 70 69 67 S. w. : NIIAI
68 S. E. '
I = Sunday, '14.60 70 70
sonic : ; :
year.Thos. Monday.II 15..58 69 67 65 S. E. -:
|i! f Reflections E. Lasserre Senior Deacon Tuesday 16..59 68 65 64 S. E.Wednesday .
jA..f A 17..60 70 68 67 S. W.
W. O. Jeffreys, Junior Deacon. ". S. W. Millionsof
ft The Revenue Cutter George S. Boutwell, Thursday 18__60 70 66 62 Two
: II .. 45 N.W.
Rev. H. S. Yerger Chaplain.J. Friday, 19 ?35 48 48
arrived in port yesterday.
E. Wandell Senior Steward.
Tbelstorm I signal was displayed at the J. W. Howell, Junior Steward.W. MARINE. acres of :Farming, Orange,.
i i-signal station here yesterday. W. Farmer Marshal. .fI Port of Fernandina. Timber and Grazing Lands, jOIIDAYFOR 1u IfI

11 I Divine services will be held at St. Peter's Henry Peterson Tyler. I. HIGH WATER. situated in 29 counties, and {
..... 10:04
Saturday,December 20. 7:47 A. M. P. M.
11 Episcopal Church on Christmas day.Mrs. 'The installation of the newly elected and Sunday, .. 21..10:2-1''". 10:44 comprising the lands boughtby

I M. M. Hoyt.and Mrs.Fred W. Hoyt appointed officers will take place on St. Monday CI" 22..11:02." 1125 CI" .
Tuesday 23..11:45 0:00. Sir Edward Reed from
,3 have after a several months absence John's day December 27th, at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, 24...... OU" 0:36" J., ,
t Thursday..c 25...... 1:10" 1:33" the State of Florida in 1881 ,
I at rEturned Friday ". 26...... 2.-07 2:31 II
Election of Officers.At .
f Pro L. Eustis of Harvard MASS.. ENTERED. are now offered at graded HUSBANDS
the annual election of officers ofWeea- ,
i with his wife, have taken up their winter't Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, from These lands were se-
j popka Lodge No. 2535 Knights of Honor, Brunswick dally with freight and passengers prices.
quarters at the Mansion. ,to F. \\. Simmons, agent. Hon. A.. Cor-
the following officers were elected : Dec. 16-Steamship State of Texas, John Risk, lected by Hugh WIVES. ,
: Mrs.. S. Rents Beckwith, nee Fairbanks W. J. Woodward Dictator. from :New York; freight and passen- late Commissioner the
f ley
to R. W. Southwick, agent. ,
arrived here Thursday from Atlanta, to
E. T. Roux, ViceDictator.S. Dec.Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel, from State Land Office and Mr.
spend the holidays at her old home. T. Riddell, Assistant-Dictator. Charleston; freight and passengers, CHILDRENAND
to W. O.Jeffreys agent. late for .
Mrs; F. W. Simmons has gone to Atlanta. J; A. Brooks, Reporter. Dec. 18-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, M. A. Williams- agent

She will return before Christmas accompanied G. N. Saussy, Financial Reporter. gers from, to Charleston W. O. ; freight and. passen- sale of State lands, which factis

by her son Eddie, who will spend the Thomas Kydd Treasurer. ... Dec. 15-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina'from of their high
Savannah and to a guaranty
; freight passengers FRIENDS.
home.The W. H. Garland.
i holidays Chaplain. F. W. Simmons, ,
agent. The knownas .
: i t steamship State of Texas, of the Mallory Charles Williams, Guide.C. 13-Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, from Savan- quality. purchase : ; '.;f"
nah freight and passengers, to F.W. Reed Purchase
the was only
i Line brought a full freight and one A. Noyes Guardian.Sol. Simmons, agent.

I A ; -hundred and fifty passengers from New A. Mode, Sentinel.Representative Dec. 13-Steam-packet Savannah; freight Florida and, Amazeen passengers, from, to opened for sale this year, and I ;!:_;....\..... .,"
to Grand Lodge, G. N. F. Simmons, agent. ,J.;.."'';,-" 1>;;1'(..'
York this week. the lands have not been culledor .......t. .t,; '-
I 18-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from : <
t : t t The thanks of the walkers of this community Saussy. Savannah; freight and passengers, to picked over. .No part ,has
Sitting Past Dictator, C. V. Hillyer. F. W. Simmons, agent.
;@ I should be given to the manager, Anita, Bravo, from Savan-i
15-Steam-packet been reserved in
The installation will take the manner,
place on nah and to F. W. any
!g Mr. Dent, for the handsome side-walk inm ; freight passengers
first Tuesday in January.The Simmons, agent. and the whole is for sale.
front of the Mansion. ,15-Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, from open

m The sailing packet Silas C. Evans, arrived Rink Carnival.The Savannah F. W. Simmons; freight, agent.and passengers, to Special prices on large tracts.

l. ?i from New York on .Tuesday last, with an holiday carnival of the Fernandina 13-Steam-packet, Savannah; freight St. Nicholas and passengers, Usina, from, to Timber lands, virgin forests in J. H. PRESCOTT

assorted cargo of merchandise and some 70 Roller Skating Club, announced in a former F. W. Simmons, agent. bodies of 50,000 acres and up-
Anita, Bravo, from Savan-
to 18-Steam-packet
of coal. The latter were consigned
to1'i issue of the Mirror and programmed by the nah; freight and passengers, to F. W. wards. Lands sold for cash
lh !;.
C. .
WI Duryee. posters, which are to be seen everywhere Simmons, agent.
Steamer David Clark, ,-
1 f ; s ">V;j call the attention of our readers to the about town, promises to be a very enjoyable 16-- and frt to F.W.Simmons Gray agent.passengers or on long time. j

r. : holiday advertisement of Mrs. B. A. King. affair.. The managers seem to'be active in Dec. 15-Sch.Philadelphia Quaker City: 650, Benj.tons McNally railroad,iron.from The Florida Land and Mortgag Co, -OFFERSI -

Ii J1 4 It Will repay all those intending to make preparation for the event, and expect 'to 16-Sch. S. C. Evans, Endicott, from New '

j purchases; for the holidays to inspect the make this an entertainment that will be remembered 16-Sch.. York.Andrew, Nebiger, foom Philadelphia (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE': FLORIDA. t

f ii 3 gop .s so tastefully displayed at King's Ba- with pleasure by all that attend. ; 400 tons railroad iron. ,

-H zaf. : The comfort'andenjoyment of both maskers .CLEARED. ." ; '

.!P Dr. George,.Mellon, of New York; the and spectators is carefully considered in a Steam-Packet Brunswick Thomas daily Collyer, with, Dennette freight, and for B ETL H E Irrt

H nev,manager of the Egmont Hotel, arrived list of rules which will be printed on a page passengers, by F'. W. Simmons, agent. I
Dec. 18-Steamship State of Texas,John Risk.for
;j this week and has taken charge of that popular of the programmes that are to be distributed New York; freight and passengers, by .

II winter resort. The house will be ready among the guests. The Club deserves encouragement R. W. Southwick. agent.
Palatka for ,
Steamship City of Vogel, '-
!i l i I for the accommodation of guests in a few in their efforts ,to furnish a Charleston; freight and passengers,by .' '. ti t.DESIRABLE.
W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Private 'Board,
means of pleasant recreation for our peopleat
ii days. 18-Steamship City of :Monticello, McKee, At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
a nominal cost, and it is hoped that they for Charleston freight and ,
? ; passengers
"li'ii! Mr. T. W. Greenslit and wife, of Con- by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Also furnished rooms to let.
necticut paid our office a pleasant visit last will entertain a large part on New Year'seve. Dec. 13-Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, for Sa-. Terms reasonable.MRS.
vannah; freight and passengers, by T. P. G. THOMPSON.
'' week. Mr. ''Greenslit is an old
newspaper F. W. Simmons agent. Fernandina, Fla., December 4, 1884.
*I* man. They left for Pomona, in Putnam 17SteamPacket.St.: Nicholas 'Usina, for
r| The Holidays. Savannah; freight and passengers. by .
:'il f! county, which will be their home this F. W. Simmons, agent. NoveltiesIn
The Christmas Holidays are more generally ". Steam-packet. Anita, Bravo, for,Savan- GOODS
.'I I"41i;.:. winter.. observed in the South than elsewherein nah; freight and passengers, by F. W. Shawls, Nubias and Jerseys,
The schooners Quaker City and Andrew Simmons, agent.Dec.'l5Steampacket AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
t l this country. It is literally a universal :Florida, Amazeen, for Savannah FROMPHILADELPHIA
r 'i;. Nebinger' arrived this week from Philadelphia holiday season. The Saturday before Christ- ; freight and passengers, by Potatoes and-Apples.
i' with iron for the Florida'Railway and F,W. Simmons, agent.
.,! mas usually the beginning of Christmasand 15-Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, for Savan- Just received by Fred W. Hoyt &; Co.and NEW YORK,
i! Navigation Co. The Quaker City brought nah freight and ,by F.W.. '
A it extends to the Monday after Christ- ; passengers must be sold at once:
:A 550 tons steel rails and 100 tons fish-plates, Simmons, agent. .100 bbls Potatoes. .
mas, with a cessation of all usual labor. 10-Steam-packet St. Nicholas. Usina, for AND EASTERN :MARKETS.
f and the Nebinger brought 400 tons of steel The Holiday season is a'' good thing:for Savannah; freight and passengers, by 100 Apples-cooking'and eating.
i F. W. Simmons, agent.
rails.I everybody. There is none too much of enjoyment '18--Steam-packet.Anita, Bravo, for Savan- Overcoats and Winter ClothingAt

;:i $ ,!} I The steamship State of Texas left on Thurs- for the laboring classes in the nah Simmons; freight, agent.and passengers, by F. W. cost AT PAUL FUNKE'S. Ladies'Ladies'fine Street Dress Boots Boots, ,

"u* 'day evening last for New York, with the following yearly round of life, and a '''season of rest 17-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for Savannah and School Button,
freight and by Call and See the Great. Bargains Misses Dress
; passengers
j. cargo: 752 bales of cotton, 836 pack- and solid enjoyment is an excellent relaxa F. W. Simmons, agent. In'Blankets Child's Button, with and without heels.
at J. & T. KYDD'S.Clam
;t; aJs oranges, 244 cases cedar, 200 logs cedar, tion. It is to be regretted that this season 16-Steamer David Clark, Gray, for Savan- Boys' and Youths, in Button and Lace"Soli'L"
nah; passengers and freight by F. W.
tz, 30f bbls. rosin, 40 bbls. spirits, 136 cases of celebrating the greatest blessing given to Simmons. Chowder

;i i1' shrimp c 26 bales moss, 101 empty kegs, 78 our race, the coming of the blessed Re- This evening at Gentlemen's Calf Button,
Piano Instruction.A Lace.
f packages merchandise. deemer, should be turned into a season of tf J. FRED LOHMAN'S.Bargains Congress and
r li lady from New York will give instruc- -
a ?% The Times-Union is a worthy representali dissipation and carousing by many. The tion on" the Piano to a limited number of in Dress GoodsAt Hand and Machine Made.

li i fc of Florida's largest city. It rendered customs of exploding firecrackers, making pupils at their homes. J. &; T. KYDD'S. In all grades and styles.

1. f.J!: 4 uable service during the political cam- hideous noises and getting up silly spectacles Will call and arrange terms and time, if _
} addressed through the post-office. :'Blankets and Comforts
t Ii pa'gn' and has given regular support to the and uncouth attempts at the grotesque MISS G. MdLWAIN,
Below cost, AT PAUL FITNKE'S.Splendhl .
should be down beneath the suffer-
Democratic National and State'administra put as 2t Fernandina.

r Sr I ,: tions. As a purveyor of news, it is eagerly ance of a respectable community. Christmas -' Stock of Fine ClothingJust
J. & T.
:i ; sought for, and by means of its frequent should not be a season of unrestricted license Are now opening their Kydd Christmas and Ho. received at J. & T. KYDD'S.

IC despatches gives our people the latest news buffoonery and drunkenness. A lot liday Goods and, Novelties. Call and see Notice
,; from all parts of the world. of young colored rowdies are in the habit of them. TheTax-Book IBM ] Spring Styles in Slippers. \
for having been placed
.taking possession of our street, furiously
; :.ii I ;i :The.weather thus far this fall and winter I Fresh SauerkrautAt in my hands, I am now ready to receive the Dancers,
Hand Embroidered Kid and Patent
through the town to the danger and JACOB KLARER'S State and County taxes for the ,
present year.
,jjis been mild. however
f very Yesterday, Croquets
terror of ladies and children, disturbing the Cor: Sixth and Ash sts. May be found at my office on Second street Newports, Sandals Operas, Princess,
: '$ the mercury marked 30, having been influenced congregations assembled in churches. We next to Prescott's shoe store, on Wednesdays and Oxfords are now in stock, and are elegant in

; ;? by the terrible blizzards of the North- J. .& T. Kydd' and Saturdays when not on a collect- shapes and patterns.

!'i r "VVest. In Chicago, on the 17th, the thermometer should like to see the exercise of a little Will have, on arrival of New York steamer ing tour in the country.

; ; .', J ranged several degrees below zero, and at wholesome municipal authority by the the coming week, a full line of Velvet and W. F. SCOTT,
:Mayor and police. Smyrna Rugs and Mats, at prices to suit the Collector of Revenue for Nassau Co.
; 4 Duluth marked 17 below. We havehad sev- j trade, for the holidays. Fernandina. Nov.'15. 1884.

t 1 clil rain storms during the week and much .
Our Foreign Cotton Shipments.In Jfollandlsh Herring.Just _
; c Judy weather The storm signal was put A Great Reduction Personal attention is given to
ii addition to the direct shipments of cot- arrived at JACOB KLARER'S. _
In Dress and House-Furnishing Goods, of I
I- Un'' on Friday morning. Thursday night ton to Liverpool from tin' port in January, Cor. Sixth and Ash sts. AT PAUL' FUNKE'S. the selection of styles, quality
boisterous, with strong winds from r |
: \wis very Mr. F. B. Papy,the-energetic general freight stock, and the making-up

: .tie Northwest. these goods hence, there h nO
agent of the Florida Railway and, Naviga; ;
:- :JMrs.'M.. J., King, mother-in-law of Mr. tion Company has made a contract for the guess-work as to their actual
!.i C.< E. Pierson, of the Florida Railway & shipment,of 2,000 bales to Bremen.in, Ger- value or durability.-

-I.( Navigation.Co ; Mrs. C. E. Pierson and her many. The cotton for it will be com pressed Improvements in Lasts, I'a*-

1 : : f!1. daughters, Misses ,May and Jennie, arrived' at Columbus, Ga., come down the Chatta- ., terns and manufacture arc constantly -
1 f. l.vre'' on Saturday of last week from Louis- hoochee river,,.be loaded on the cars of the 4 -FORLSASH going on; it is, therefore,

{! ,'llleirfsid' Kentucky. Mr. Pierson was an old Florida Railway and Navigation; Company the privilege of all, and an opportunity

: ?ifi 1 : of Louisville, and for the past and transported to this port. Here the cot- +++++++++++-.-++++++++ is here presented, to

;: ;i,Ii; eighteen years was with the Louisville &''. ton for the United Kingdom will be trans- put themselves and friend into

',l: :Nashville R.ilroad.He has entered the ferred to the Cam Marth, (not the Navorth a perfect- ittinb Shoe for even

: ;1' 'Freight Department of the Florida Railway : Castle as mentioned in our last.) for Mr. BLifiDS 000RSiN less money than ill-slaaped shoe

;: ; ; t Navigation.Company here and will prove'' Wm. Lawtey. The shipment for Germanywill from job lots of shop-worlt good*

,t ,iif valuable acquisition to the very efficient : be carried to'.New York via the Mallory ean be sold.

j': :,flrce of that department. Line.
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The Cantata. For the Holiday's.

The Cantata St. Nicholas' Visit to the' Mode. Bros. beg leave to inform the pub- Before PurchasingElsewhere.. I HAVE ALSO

f .tt:11001," will be presented at Lyceum lIa.ll. lic at large that owing to their very extensive -

j! : 'eek after next. A full programme will be and varied stock and as the Holidaysare .

:fi Kiblished 1 in our next. very nigh, they .will sell 'their entire' FRESH ARRIVALS

4 .. stock of fancy Notions and Toys at cost.
,..t.:, ..., That Floating Doclc.' They only keep them for the accommodation -

i, A.floating dock for small boats, the want of their customers. They.ask no one In Gents' Dress Shirts Hose, Handkerchiefs

of which has been so long and seriously felt, to believe them. but want,everybody to see Underwear, Umbrellas, Novelties in Jewel

: especially by the people across the river is at ..r Xeck-Gear, and the
for themselves, and they will astound you ry
last'to be a reality. JL private subscription all. They will sell to-day ONLY, 200 dozen FREn W. HOYT .& CO' :
: t. has been raised for this and Frank c CJ#
purpose ; / Jd
Plaid Towels by the dozen __oNLY at 50 cents .. : : a
f' ;: Eaton will begin the work at once. The per dozen., Those who can't buy must look ". careful and
.10 float will beat the Centre Street dock. /Sf Orders by mail receive
on and'cry.'' We glory in competition and .
: SECOND STREET, ABOVE_ CENTRE,. ,t. ':.. ,. .' prompt attention.
,. Don't Forget the Boys. invite inspection. ',
;I Respectfully. MODE BEOS.: J. H. PRESCOTT,
and Youth's !
f A fine line of Boys' clothing '
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i I : ,.marked at low figures. (Fur additional local items see first page.).. F'ERNAN,: :: :]CN :A FLA. 2 ', :,FERXAXDIXA,
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