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: January 10, 1885
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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INAUGURATION OF GOV. PERRY. It is my earnest hope that YACHTMAN'S PARAmSE"" (American as well as European) in I The City Council. ,

ple in their sovereignty shall is the'capt OI12; t, a very in- the squadrons of our various yacht I A regular meeting of the Board of Aldermen -
THE CEREMONIES in every department study the, article ina recent number was held at. the Council Chamber onWednesday
PERRY'S ADDRESS, ETC. clubs in our Southern waters will be ...
consistent with to ,
i our duty '
omy List, with .
evening Fred \V
Prom; fijwcial to the Times-Union., the interests of the State. Savannah tforning News; the establishment of many lasting Hoyt, President pro,tern., in the chair and

TALLAHASSEE; January 6.-The weather, Whatever may be our () congraf ilating our section' friendships, the outcome of a generous the following aldermen : Austin, Dorsey,
which yesterday ,was drizzly and dismal, whatever our position in the the esta: lishment. ofthe King and McGiffin.
between the ,
rivalry manly sons
cba3lged\ during the night and although
whether our duty be to make or .for all:the,yacht clubs in The following bills were ordered paid :
of '
cloudy$ no rain has fallen ,today.At 8 the laws, let us not forget that the '' our noble country, now happily W. II. Pope,. services as Mayor from .

o'clbck the thunder of artillery firing a and objects of constitutions., laws waters ;at 'Fernandina, united under a patriotic_Government, April to June.........................$ 91.12R.
Governors salute ushered in Perry's inauguration ernments should be to secure a very; excellent de in L. Denefield; Marshal, salary for
day. .contending only an honorable ri- December................................ 41.66
promote the happiness and of Dungeness, the beauti- valry anxious only for the advancement Newton Bradley I policeman, services -
At .10 o'clock the Senate and Assembly prosperity of the people.At historic .Mr. Thomas fur December.................. 35.00
met i in their several chambers and .without the close of Governor horae'pf. I and fame of our common coun- :Stephen: Morris, policeman servicesfor

effecting a trmal organization took a recess which was received with' ,.and such' topographical. try, the proudest legacy'ever left the December............... .......... 35.00
Fred W. Hoyt& Co.. 2 house
in' order attend the inaugural ceremonies enthusiastic applause by the entire as will intereresting :. human race by the signers of our locks with extra keys................ 32.00
",which took place on the'eastern portico of ex-Governor Bloxham stepped to readers not personally fa charta the Fred W. Hoyt & Co., inert-handle
the Capitol. Long before noon the capitol and in few well chosen words magna now happily realized furnished for street lamps ........ 29.17
grounds u'ere packed with people both white a with the locality. ideal of Washington, and his colleagues Fred W. Hoyt & Co.. nails............. 70
of the
his the seal
successor:! great H. E. Dolterer merchandise fur-
and blacll and of all ages and sexes. accepting it Governor Perry said splendor of design and artistic the United States of America. nished for street lamps....:... ... 9.00

TilE PROCESSION. cepting the custody of this sacred of details; we shall 'seek ALEX. CURTIS. Samuel A. .swann. rent of Council
: At half past eleven the music of the band y"do Room and engine house......,.... 200,00
with this continent 'St. :
sovereignty so on Europe Mary's, Ga. Florida Mirror and advertising
printing -
announced the approach of the processionof well HS.reverence because of the yacht club the equal of the ........................................ 25.50
young Indies, who were to conduct the distinguished hands from whence THE DELEGATESATLARGE.We W. H. Pope services as May or, from

ceremony ?>f presentation of the beautiful which will grace the north are compelled to differ with our July to October........................ 100.00
of Flotida. silk lo tho State attended THE FLAG RECEIVED. of harBor for esteemed Alfred Lucas.285 bushels shell....... 11.40May
flag rown our ; a paral- contemporary the Times-Union,
The inaugural ceremonies up- Denefield, lighting street lamps 13.00
by an escort composed of a battalionof been thus closed, the new must look to some such tri- on the method, of choosing delegates-at- James MrGiffin, Chairman Street

the cadets of the"West Florida Seminary vanced down the stairway a of marine architecture as large to the convention. The sovereign Committee, for labor on streets,
tinker command of Colonel E. R. Rivers, to be expended as per resolution .
Guards meet the young ladies repr with at Osborne5 front- power to make and ordain a constitution below._.................................... 200.00
and a detachment of the Governor's resides in the people, and they havej the motion
several counties of the State, Upon of Alderman Dorsey, the
forming a gun ,squad with a 12-pounder, in handsome appropriate Southampton'waters and the right to delegate that power to their chosen Clerk was instructed to notify the late Col-

commanded l.lJy; Captain Alex :Moseley.The posed of' flag' bunting of the ? Wight, in England, or the representatives, who, for the time being.are lector, :Mr. J. E., :Meddaugh, that there is a

gaily uniformed little company, at- : colors, the skirt Abroad, red and palace of :Miramar, ,"the most clothed with the same' sovereign power. balance still due the, city of Fernandina of
tended a number of the pupils of \ '
by large tical'stripes'; the waist of solid marine residence in the But how can a.set of. delegates elected 'by $26.77.for. the year 1882, and 158.69 for,the
th mented, with. thirteen stars, a year 1883, and request a settlement.
: in front of the the artillery the ,home of the
portico, formerly' considered to the needed .sovereignty
sash with the name of the possess The Assessor was instructed to have'the
on'the left and the cadets on the right, and i Maximilian\ '?and the ? They are not delegates from the
peopleor assessment
sented.in gilt letters and a jaunty completed on or before Jan-
in the rear a color guard of cadets, having chosen by them, and they might possiblybe
erty cap of scarlet. object of attraction, ,to visitors uary 21,1885. ,
been: detailed for the under the
purpose :Miss.Minnie Choate, of shores of theA:riatic in every one such persons as the people The,following communication from Act-
command of Cadet Captain Shine, occupieda sented.Duval county and Miss ; would. not choose, and consequently be ing Mayor G. F. Avery, was received : .

<.el ijitral position supporting color-bearer of Tallahassee, represented. .. of :(riesteIt! is cer- lacking in'. .very"...element' that, goes to, constitute :\AYOR'S.QFFICE,

Cadet; Carter, who bore the presentation The State of Florida was neither of these places will sovereignty. Choice,:or. election by City of Fernandina, Jan. 7,1885. }

flak. At the rear, Sergeant Ellis, an ex- Mina Williams, of Tallahassee, a more, .1 lovely prospect the people is the one sine qua non that gives ."To the 1107&."City Council: I
Fcaderal soldier and for years a trusted at- the delegates to act at all in the
tume differred slightly from the will be seen from,the towers and any power GENT EEThc duties of the Mayor
tache at the "Capitol, bore aloft the beautiful whose address, delivered in matter of framing a constitution. We see having devolved upon me, by the absenceof

State banner of Florida. tones, was "listened. to by all the of our Southern' Miramar,.a no possible objection to the method of electing His Hon. the Mayor, I' think it quite I.

THE OATH ADMINISTERED., ence.with almostbrethless by the way, I respectfully delegates-at-large by the vote of the proper to call your attention to a few facts '

Promptly at 12 o'clock the Governor-elect Just as the fair speaker as eminently suitable for the whole State and their power and authorityto that ought to have your attention at once.

appeared at thQ doorway arm in arm withexGovernor dress: the sun emerged suddenly Dungeness. act,as the people's' chosen delegates would: 1. That many.Jots on Second, Third and

; Bloxham, supported by Chief glory from a ,heavy cloud,' and project at be undoubted.-Cedar Key'Beacon. Fourth streets, ought to have small box

Justice Randall, and attended by the outgoing beams kissing the brilliant colors', is hardly possible to over-esti Valuable Lands drains under the sidewalk at all 'lowest '

Cabinet, and advancing the.front ,of seemed happy.confirmation of the the benefit...thq
tlje portico was greeted by long continued which prevailed in Governor great" na\iilvi&ride'zvous will choice, high containing hammock twenty land on acres Orange each Lake of 2., That'very many of the sidewalks in the .

cljeers., As soon as the cheering ceased theo augural address. section. Our' hotels will suitable for orange growing and truck farm- ,best part of the city are in very bad shape. 3[
th of office was administered by the Chief GOVERNOR PERRY'S our ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare and instead of being well rounded up are
Justice. Governor Perry then delivered his an immediate benefit and our very conveniently situated for transpor-
Governor hollowed basins that hold
Perry replied briefly making the water -
by water or rail, and will be sold on
inaugural address as follows: priately, committing the flag to likewise participate in terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- instead ; making them worse than the

4 ;DIY FELLOW-CITIZENS thanking you, guard as representing the military expenditure consequent on tionable. Also valuable timber lands in street.

:4 I'most'\ heartily do, for the honor of the ment of the State, with the large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, 3. That Second, Third, Fourth and some
all."A of visitors attracted by the February 16. 1882, Fernandina Fla.
high, office to which you have chosen me, I to preserve it among other streets need considerable work on
take this occasion to express also my pro archives after its exhibition at the yacht owners and Traveler's Guide. them, also crossings and drains-some new

found gratitude for the flattering reception Orleans Exposition, and ordered crews. And this, we hope, work and much repairs.

and .uniform kindness extended to me by salute to be fired in its honor. be merely of a transient na- TRANSIT &; PENINSULAR RAILROAD. 4. That all the street lamps ought to be
efrery portion of the State during the latempaign. At the close of his remarks Day Passenger Train leaves thoroughly repaired and lamps and posts
but that many drawn by cu For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and cleaned and repaired. And to improve the
Gratitude as well as a sense ofduty audience, without regard to race, all
Transit Road..l0.25'a. .
in the first instance will points on m service, one dozen more lamps ought to be ,
and the obligations just taken will exalt sex or any other condition, so ForSavannah andall points North purchased, as nearly that numberarebrokenor ,

my utmost endeavors to discharge the whole-souled and hearty good approve of your city and its, sur- and West................................10.25 a. m. blown up in consequence, apparently of '
duties of the office for the best interests of ing the Star Spangled Banner in as to become (connecting at Callahan.) incompetency or carelessness of the lamp
permanent For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all lighter.
pIe whole State. Realizing thegreat impor- enthusiasm which would ha\'e at ,Fernandina. Hitherto points on the Florida Central & 5. That the day scavengers service is not
tance of the trust and my want of experi- soldier good clear down to his. Western Railroad..10.25 a.m. satisfactory, and not at all what is neededor !
encein. civil office in the past, I shall enter hear, and make a Elaine \ e on our beach" was wont (connecting at Baldwin.) contemplated by the contract. ;

iipoft the duties with no few misgivings, but behind the wood pile and tear the great attraction and boast Day Passenger Train arrives I therefore respectfully recommend that
From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and the place for the city works of all kinds ;
I mil encouraged by the hope that there ishro'ughout by handfulls with rage and ; to this enjoyment all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 p.m. that was provided by Council about two
the State a sincere and earnest The multitudes then dispersed, be added the From Savannah and all points in years ago (for which there was an appropri-
purpose to work for; the advancement and lery repairing to the edge of new delight the North and West................ 4.35 p.m. ation made of not exceeding $500.00, for
progress of Florida. which will have the where the color salute of marine excursion" to our South- From Tallahassee Pensacola. and horse cart, etc.), be again put into opera-
) all points on the Florida Central tion, and thereby get a better service for less
jiearty co-operation of the people as well as ;was fired, thus closing the Miramar," (I have written the ifc" Western Railroad................ 4.35 p.m. money.

tHe I different departments of Government. day. again, and like its fitness so Night Passenger Train leaves As the committee in charge of the workon
streets, drains, etc., have much
For Cedar Key, Wildwood, and all annoy-
-, THE FARMER FEEDETII I shall let it stand !) Those points on the Transit Road..'....- 5.05 p.m. ance for want of ready money to pay laborers -
for such work, I would recommend that
For Savannah and all points North
who have
excitement will soon pass away, and the BY CHARLES G. LELAND.To countrymen en- and West............ .................... 5.05 p. m. Council authorize a warrant drawn for $200.
groundless fears entertained by some of our the Editor of the Florida Mirorr: the singularly enjoyable tran- (connecting at Callahan.) or any other sum needed and placed at the

colored citizens, that their constitutional In your issue of the 20th island to island at Stock- For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all disposal of the proper committee or the
points on the Florida Central & chairman thereof, for lamps and ,repairs,
rights' are endangered by the result, are fast interesting extract from one of in the dainty little steamers Western Railroad.................... 5.05 p.m drains, crossings,streets,etc.. and accountedfor
subsiding. Such apprehensions will soon ritt's works on the "Dignity of a (connecting at 'Baldwin.) by pay roll or other 'manner as Council
gjve place to a general rejoicing that the result Life," and like everything written starting from the Strom Par- Night Passenger Train arrives shall require, believing such work very essential -
to the good bealth of the people and
bf that contest, instead. of threatening most wonderful man, well ply between the Thier Garten, From Cedar Key Wildwood, and very IH'Ct*..try that it should be done duringthe

tue rights of any, will demonstate that such and remembering.Allow and palaces, justly en- all points on the and Transit Road... 8.40 a. m. cold weather, or before the first of April
From Savannah all points in
r hts. or the rights and interest, of any par- me to offer for your 'that delightful capital the North and West................. 8.40 a.m. ,if possible. G. F.Very,AVERY respectfully,
Acting Mayor.
t -'ulllr class or fection in our common coun- and as a '' pendant" to From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and .

tLV., are in no wise to be better secured oradvanced "Leland's" singularly original called (as its citizens proudly all points on Florida Central & The following.resolutions, offered by Alderman

by keeping alive bitterness beileen ful poem: the Venice of the North, will Western Railroad..................... 8.40 a. m. McGiffin, was adopted:

the sections, or political discord and -- revive these experiences in FERNANDINA' A; JACKSONVILLE R. R. Resolved, That $200 be appropriated from
c'Iuity between classes 'My'lord rides through his palace Train.leaves daily, except SundayFor the SanitafFun' <1 for the use of.the Chair-
or races. My lady sweeps along in state, at Fernandina,.while op Jacksonville........................10.45 a. m. man of the Street Committee for work upon
In our own State let us hope that and
any streets drains etc. in order that
crossings, ,
The thinks Train arrives daily
sage long on many a for marine fetes and except Sunday
all asperities engendered in the heat of the And the maiden muses on )' From Jacksonville)) ........-............ 4.15p.m. they may be put in good sanitary condition.
political canvass may be buried by a united The minstrel harpeth merrily; will be available on a scale of Slludl11only-' Resolved, That the Mayor be requested to

and cordial determination to work to- The sailor plows the foaming sea, magnificence an' of For Jacksonville ....................... 7.00a.m. notify in owners of sidewalks to have them
gether, that be developed The huntsman kills the good red ; For Jacksonville........................ 4.30 p. in. put good repair.
our resources Resolved That the Mayor be requested to
many may
And the soldier wars without a can be .conducted with safety, I From Jacksonville......................10.35 a. m.
our vacant lands utilized by every But fall to each whate'er let I From Jacksonville)) ..................... 8.40 p. m. instruct the marshal and police to report to
t legitimate encouragement immigration, The farmer he must feed them or hindrance to the or- him daily the condition of each street lamp
SEA ISLAND ROUTE. during the previous night, and that,blank:
investments i and labor; that our educational Smith hammereth cheerily the' traffic, and commerce of our port, From Savannah,Steamer St.Nicholas forms be provided for that purpose.

facilities may be every succeedingyear Priest preacheth pure and holy .. anchorage of the yacht club Sunday and Thursday.For Upon motion carried, R. Austin was authorized -
increased;and all the moral and material Dame Alice worketh broidery well quite free from the channel Savannah. Steamer St.' Nicholas to examine and repair the street
interests of our State advanced. In Clerk Richard tales of love can tell Monday and Friday.MALLORY lamps.
The tap-wife sells her foaming of ocean steamers or ships : LINE., :
vew; of the expressed will of the people to That portion of the acting MayorVcommunication -
Dan Fisher fisheth in the
;r;vise our organic law, I shall not upon this And courtiers ruffle, strut mere and our port,.'as' also of the in- For ships New State York of direct Texas, by or City steam-of referring to city carts was com-

'occasion or in my subsequent, communications While pages bring the Gascon ; of navigation to and from, San Antonio, Thursday: evening 7.00 p.m. mitted to the Street Committee.
to the Legislature at its present ses- But fall to each whate'er befall the inner roadstead of From New York direct by City of .The reports from 'the Collector, Acting
The farmer he must feed them '
San Antonio and State of Texas
:tion, attempt to point out particular and Treasurer for the ending
ways offering "room and every Friday........................... 3.00 p.m. I' Mayor quarter -
;and means to be adopted'under the existing: Man builds his castles fair and verge December 31, 1884, were referred to the
:'constitution by which these great purposes Whatever river runneth b\., for all the yachts in both CHARLESTON &' FLORIDA'STE.UISIIJP LINE. Finance Committee
: Great cities rise in every land, For Charleston, by steamship City
girl be best accomplished. It is evident Great churches show the builder's of Monticello,every Wednesday.From The Clerkvas' instructed. to return the

that much will depend upon the people Great arches, monuments and t in this connection let us sin Charleston, by same steamer list of delinquent ,tax-payers for the year
more indeed than upon any contemplated Fair palaces and pleasing bowers; every' Monday......- .............. 2.00 a. m. 1882and 1S83,'to the Collector with the instruction -
methods or acts of the public agents to-day Great work is done be't here and 'hope, that not the least happy For Charleston, steamship Cityof to collect the, same by levying upon
And well Palatka, Sunday. .
,man worketh every
vested with temporary power under a mandate But work or rest, whate'er of this gathering together of From Charleston, by same steamer the properly of,such delinquents, as provided -

soon to be reversed. The farmer he must feed them gems of naval architecture every Thursday.::..................4.00 a.m. by statute.


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; TOUJl r worUs.N. .1 l laughtetf-thaUrepe'ated'itself i from: the Doy: ou like-my mamma-?' -Is:she \ over her knitting. and heard one word Benson blushed- guiltily and shook-

: .Keep a watch on tour words,', my..darlings, ,hillside till all .the woods seemed very pretty ?" demanded; the child .'in ten: Long before midnight Valley his head. '*
: ?or word are wonderful things; alive with merriment, and before Benson mounting.'the,narrow staircasestepby', Echo ,Farm-was wrapped in the intense ,"I a"m a':sad coward, Aunt Ruth"
., hey are sweet, like bees' fresh honey- ;: could turn his head, a-shaggy step. v ,', .'' '.. stillness peculiar to the country. Club He 'sometimes called her aunt when
Like the bees have terrible '
they stings Shetland burst the undergrowth said Benson solemnly, men gossiped over Benson's absence. there ,was no one near
!Whey call bless, like the warm,glad sunshine, through Jackey, I save Jackev
LAnd brighten a lonely life; of bushes and scrambled, .,. across. wise children'hold their tongues.! Benson's partner wrote to ask if he He_ liked to feel that he, had a claim
'J'he"ean. cut in the strife; the; brook to his side. ." BritT am not wise, and I want to i thought; of remaining there forever. upon her.
Like an open two-edged knife. \Vho. are you ?" demanded its know," persisted Jackey,:when some, :The same mail brought. a letter from Make me thy aunt, in truth, and
them pass through the lips unchallenged rider a little fellow,in kilts and curls. .one called;.hrm, from below, ,and he I his friend Fred Hunter., I shall .deem thee a wise man, friend
I If their errand is true and kind- Jonathan 'l Howard- Benson," --responded was obliged.to!leave- with. his question I "We miss; you," wrote Fred, '" and Benson."
if they cornejo support the weary, need 'in the club for we are on the Benson made no
To comfort and help the blind; that individual, with a grave still unanswered.Benson you answer, and Aunt
If, a bitter, revengeful spirit and, profound bow. And who are' surveyed his room with de- verge of a reception, and most of our Ruth watched them pass out into the
Prompt the words, let them be unsaid; you'?" light. Its fresh muslin daintiness'arid men are married: 'or engaged, and dis- sunshine with a smile. Benson looked
They, may, flash through, a brain like lightning I'm'Jackey l ," replied the child, as quaint neatness pleased him. He liked inclined to'take an active par ., All .. at the hills and sky and the house
: Or fall on a heart like lead. though; astonished at his ignorance. the view from the windows, and the, our confirmed' bachelors are in demand that had.grown so dear to him with
II Aunt :Ruth sent me to meet you. roses that hung ,in' clusters over. 'the ; so we cannot do without you. actual homesickness. It would look
IKeep* Under them bar back and if lock they're and ,seal cold;and cruel, We'll strap your,bag on Tom's back," blinds. He 'picked one of. the buds I[ fully understand your ecstatic description just the same, to-morrow, but he would
''jhe wounds they make, my darlings, ie, added slipping,the' ground. He and fastened it.in'his.coat. He hardly of country life and country be miles away.
: Are always slow to heal. ,spoke with the 'manner and ,accent of a knew why,he did it himself,he was scenery., I'll stretch a point and be- They found Mrs. Raymond beatino-
JMay\ From peace the guard time! of your your lives early, and youth ever,,' full grown man. not apt .to decorate his.: person ; perhaps Jeve.it. .all if only you will help us eggs in the kitchen, her small round
-May( the words that you daily utter Benson'vas amused, and looked curiously ;- the detested widow had ,something through. I ,had no intention. of im;; figure half lost under a huge apron.
,! ,lie the words of beautiful truth.JSEXSON. !. at the boy In.'some intangible to do with it. He took 'especial prisoning you all summer. I. only She smiled them a welcome, and bade
I ,6: ----- ; indefinite way the little face 'pains with his hair, and looked critically wanted to punish you' for being so them make themselves at home.
*. ''- seemed familiar. at his features in the' small glass .downjan: widows. I can well imagine Give me something to do," begged l
,1 j, :'Benson was a clubman, and women Jackey showed Benson how to place over the \vash\;tand. 1 the; satisfaction I bave experienced in Benson, feeling awkward,and out of
tarere his detestation, perhaps because the: valise ; then, with Tom's bridle Aunt Ruth met him in the hall. killing yourself inches rather than place.
;,he'kn w so little about them, or per4iaps over his arm, led the way through the She was white-haired ,and. sweet-faced' confess to the martyrdom you have en- Can you beat eggs," she asked
figuratively speaking, 'because woods to'open farm lands, shut in on and soft-voiced. : .dured. Come home, old boy ; there with saucy demureness.He .
they flung themselves- palpably at all sides by mountains rising one 'iYTe give thee hearty--:greeting." shall be ?no allusion to widows, no assented, and received the bowl
.iris head. Whatever the reason, 'thei. above another as far as eye could see. she said, but fear thee will find -it jokes of any sort, and-a penitent,FredHunter. and beater with inward trepidation.
taut: .remained the same;. he disliked "There's Valley Echo Farm," said dull ; for we are slill folks at the farm ." .. He rasped the' beater firmly in both
the women, and avoided them on all the child.-pointing a cluster of low- and busy." Benson folded the letter and replaced hands and brought it down with a
occasions. -One enterprising widow roofed,'straggling buildings some distance I like the stillness," he' answered, it in its envelope with a stifled force that scattered. the eggs in all di-
-offered him:band and heart in genuine ; from them. and I like the farm. sigh of disgust. Aunt Ruth heard the rections.
,;orthodox ifashion. Benson never re- "Do 'you live alone with Aunt She smiled placidly and bade him sigh, and laid a soft hand on his ''You must be more gentle," laughedthe
t overed, the shock. It made him mis- Ruth?" asked Benson, carelessly."No into tea. shoulder. widow, merrily. It doesn't require -
::tnthropical and pessimistical, and he ," replied the child, with a The low ceiling room was plain, but What ails thee?" she asked in her much strength."
1k ,.l: refused ,an' introduction to Fred'Hun- touch of anger. I'm mamma's boy fresh and ,clean. The red-berried as sweet, brave voice.' "Hast thee had The advice came too late; handle
h; | :voter's beautiful sister, Mrs Raymond, and I live with her" paragus over the mantel, the oil clothon bad -news?" and beater parted company, and the
c ;merely because she was a widow. It How about papa?" asked Benson, ,the floor, the paper shades fastened "No, no," he answered, flushing bowl lay broken on the floor.
was his,fear of widows that drove him in the'same indifferent voice. .with bits of tape, seemed to him'picturesque -. n dly.II It's only a summons home;" I-I am very sorry," stammered
ito the wilds of Massachusetts, and it Jackey bared his yellow hair to the and appropriate. The table itself and he'sighed again. ,Benson contritely, ruefully surveyingthe
,. ,. vas his friend Fred Hunter that recommended sun.cc My Papa is dead," he said, was white with linen and, laden Friend Benson, thee art too shy wreck.
ft Valley Echo Farm. reverently, while Benson inwardly repeated with dainties, and Aunt Ruth, in her 'for thy own good. 'If thee loves my But you needn't be," smiled Mrs.
I pj i It's beyond civilization," explained his question. Quaker costume, presided with the niece, tell 'her so like a man'; then Raymond. "There are dozens of eggs
4; JFred, 'and Aunt Ruth 'is a Quak- Mamma: is spending the summer sweet, quaint dignity of her sect. Thepretty perhaps thee wilt not mind leaving .in the pantry, and Rachel can beat
fi ".ceress"ds-" with Aunt Ruth," continued Jackey, widow sat opposite, quietly intent us." ,some up in a moment. After all, you
'r ; ; : she husbandless?" interrupted puzzled by Benson's silence, and finding .upon her supper and her child. "" I was thinking of Jackey," he would be the loser, for I was going to
I ;Benson. the duties of host a little irksome. Benson inwardly pronounced her ,a stammered. The little fellow has make your favorite cake."
11h ; 4i Yes, and likely to be till the end. Jackey's explanation startled Ben- consummate flirt, yet his eyes never been with me so much, I hardly know "1 am sorry," he said, "for I go
;|She;has lived alone for nearly sixty son from his listlessness. looked that way without a lingering what I shall do without him." away to-morrow."
[$; f :Vears now, so I fancy she likes it." Good heavens !1" he exclaimed ; is, glance of admiration. Thee art foolish to do without him," "To-morrow?" echoed the widow,
i | Good Your description pleases your mother young?" After tea he sat under the lilacs and saidAuniRuth, gently, and left the with surprise.A .
Vine. I'll go next week; and so it happened Yes," was the prompt reply. the maples and smoked his meerschaumin room as quietly as she had entered it. something underlying the surprise -
41 that on a lovely June morning "And-and pretty?" stammered. peace and solitude. Benson thrust the letter in his in her voice startled him into
Benson found himself en route for Mas- Benson, breathlessly. Mrs. Raymond left him quite, to pocket. Aunt Ruth's words made his looking at her; but her face was as
;-.sachusetts.a Jackey nodded. 'himself; she talked and'laughed with face tingle.and his heart throb with a usual, with the dimples playing around
Fred accompanied him to the j unc- One more question," begged Ben- him at the table, but during the day fierceness akin to'pain. He had never her mouth in the most tantalizingmanner.
p, :tion. There he bade him a tender and son ; is your name Raymond?" and evening Aunt Ruth and Jackey before had his love brought so directly .
r t solemn. farewell. Frederick Jackson Hunter Raymond .I entertained him. It was Jackey that before him, and the having it put into Benson took the towel she handed
*' Beware of the widows," warned ,-after 'Uncle Fred." pointed out the still pools in the woods, words by another. affected him strong- him and dried his hands and twisted
:Fred, as the train gathered itself together "I see it all," cried poor Benson, in where the fish bit as fast ,ashe could ly. Jackey's voice calling to him from his mustache in long, slim ends, with
i and moved slowly along the dismay. Fred's eagerness to get me throw ; Jackey that climbed beside the hammock came to him with a different out venturing to look toward her; but
:1* srails. off! His anxiety to send, me here It him up the mountains and showed'him sound. He put on his hat me- Jackey climbed into her lap and burst
Ay, ay,' rejoined Benson from the is because I refused an introduction.The I where to find the sweetest flowers and chanically and answered it. into tears. .
.r i j '.distance. "I'm safe this time." widow inhere, and he knows it. largest berries ; Jackey that swung Til' not go home till I'm ready," "Why my darling" exclaimed the
That remains to be seen, soliloquized But I'll turn the tables. He'll expectto with him in the hammock, or lay was his firm resolve ; not for all the little mother, how did you hurt your-
l-'s\ Fred, as the train quickened its see me back to-morrow, and the stretched full length beside him on the receptions and partners in the world." self?" and the color faded from her
; .speed and bore Benson out of sight. men at the club will think it no end of grass. From morning till night Jackey.The Then remembered how he had denounced cheeks, while the dimples disappeared
-u'Im rather: inclined to think your stay a j oke. I'll stay if I die for it !1" two became inseparable. The the club men who had shaped entirely.
i' will be a short one." Then he laughed Jackey listened with frightened, child kissed him into wakefulness in their lives according to their loves, and I don't want Mr. Benson to go,"
=aloud, crossed the track, and took the wide-open eyes. the mornings, and fell asleep in his heie he was doing the same thing ; sobbed the child, clinging with one
?lghtning{ express home. What's the matter, little fellow ?" arms in the evenings ; and when the and the thought stung him. hand to his mother's neck and stretch-
Benson settled himself in his seat asked Benson, stopping short in his little fellow was tucked away for the He took Jackey in his arms and ing the other out,to Benson.
x with a restful feeling of security, and harangue, and laughing down into night, Benson visited with Aunt Ruth, swung back and forth in the morning Benson took it'in his and kissed it-
i s.fcobening his paper, lost' himself in its the childish, upturned' face. or sought solace in his books and brightness till Jackey's lids drooped, the little, brown, dimpled hand that
; I .Tia8esH6 was a medium sized man, Are you going to take my mamma meerschaum.The and the child slept. Then he rose, the curled itself around his fingers as
i with a strong, well-knit frame and away?" queried Jackey, with the sus- widow was always busy. He boy still in his arms, his yellow hair though it never meant to let them go.
Vl J.fright: intelligent' face. His income picion of a sob."Heaven caught glimpses of her through open making a sunny glimmer on his shoul- I want to go with you, :Mr. Ben-
I was; more than enough for one, and the forbid !I" ejaculated Ben- windows deep in house-work. Once der, and carried him to his room.He son," continued the child in a grieved,
i i' -gossips said he only needed a-wife to son, piously. he saw her sweeping his room, her laid Jackey on the bed and collected broken-hearted way.
f#; make him perfect. Benson disagreed They had reached Aunt Ruth's by face aglow with exercise. His con- his writing materials that he "I've no objections," said Benson,in
,;t, -with them; but then all the world this time. Jackey opened the unpainted science smote him. Perhaps he had might answer the letters at once, and a cold, constrained manner. He triedto
';tj mows that gossips know more about gate, and the two passed up misjudged her after all. He had have them off his mind. While he say more, but his voice failed him,
Bone's, affairs than one knows one's self. the path, bordered on either side by heard her spoken of as a woman of the was so engaged, Joe, one of the farm so he relapsed into silence. He dared
: A, few hours later Benson found hollyhocks and sunflowers, to the low, world. He despised such women. hands, stumbled upstairs with a tele- not look at the widow, for he fancied
Ihimself on the platform of a deserted, red-painted house. Elms knotted He frequently saw her on the,kitchen gram. Benson took it hastily,and toreit she would laugh at such an absurd pro-
J barn-like-looking building, with ,nothing their branches over its roof, roses door step shelling peas or engaged in open. position.
: visible but sky and trees and grass, .clambered up its sides and nodded in other household tasks. The sunlight Grimes very ill. Return at once." Will you take me ?" asked Jackey,
.isavethe fast-receding that seemed the windows. A huge old apple-tree glimmering through the grape leaves Grimes was Benson's partner. smiling brightly through his tear-wet
,.carrying all life away with it. He guarded the well-sweep in front, anda over her head wove fitful shadows on Is there a train to the junction today lashes.
looked curiously around. The hot long line of out-buildings stretched her face and dress. ?" he asked, abruptly. "Yes, Jackey." .
rails stretched themselves up and themselves in the rear; on the left Was it a sin to be beautiful? Why "Nay, nay," answered puzzled Joe ; And mamma, too?"
* Awhile in the rear of the building a sea-like glimmer; and on the right These qupstions haunted him. The Benson drew a sigh of relief, and There was a moment's pause ; the
H ro.E8rOWn, daisy-covered roadway stood a century-old orchard. Benson smoke from his meerschaum curled dismissed the man with thanks. His widow's face was hidden in Jackey
wound itself across the meadow to liked the place but .he sighed as a into tantalizing queries, the letters ,in half-written letters were useless; there curls ; Benson only saw the rounded
disappear in a tangle of bushes. lady appeared in the doorway. Of his book twisted into the thoughts that was nothing for him now but to returnat outlines of her cheek and the coils of
Where was all humanity? Valley course it was the widow, and of course haunted him.. He became wakeful once. His last day had come, and hair'resting darkly on her neck. He
,Echo was indeed beyond civilization !1H she was pretty, with a round, brilliantly and irritable and uncertain of himself.He the thought stirred him into life. caught his breath sharply, then with a
noa ls end in something," he colored face, and magnificent eyes felt that he thought too much of What should he do without the child? sudden proud firmness : Tell mamma,
rea&oued: with a curious unbelief in and teeth. the widow, and the thought dismayedhim Always the'child, even to himself. Jackey, I would like to take her.as my
.his'-own logic as he looked at the labyrinth Benson looked at her furtively, and ; but he refused to acknowledge' Jackey opened his eyes sleepily, and wife." He spoke very low, but his
of trees across the meadow, so, noted the simplicity of her dress witha the facts of the case even to himself. knew intuitively that something had voice was clear and distinct.
..shouldering the valise, he followed the covert sneer. The widow was Jackey's mother, so it gone wrong. Mamma unloosened Jackey's arm
trail of the daisies. The sun was One of her coquetries," he thought, was natural he should think of her, What is it?" he asked wide-a- and buried her face still deeper in
warm, ana he paused on the outskirts and bowed with studied coldness. because Jackey was'his idol. So he wake in an instant. "What makes Jackey's curls."Mamma .
.-.mf> : the forest to a cigarette. The little widow seemed in no wise blinded himself, as we all blind our- you look so funny Mr. Benson?' mamma!I" coaxed the
TJnderihe dense shadows of the trees surprised. She held out her hand selves when we lack courage 'to face Benson caught the child in his arms child, stroking ,her cheek with one soft
;it was cool and delightful. A brook with genuine cordiality, a glimmer of the truth, and drifted deeper into love and covered his face with kisses. hand ; say yes, please, mamma!1"
rrnn in and out, following the roadway.He fun shining under the long lashes. each day. Jackey was accustomed to such demon- Benson scarcely breathed lest he
stooped and drank of it. Benson Fred wrote me, to take good care Summer slipped into autumn. Therewas strations, and received the kisses with might miss the'answer, but he might
walked: on and on, seeing no signs of of you," she said, brightly, with the a suspicion of frost in the air; the indifference. have spared himself the trouble, for
;Iife, meeting no human being. He fi- manner and accent of one accustomedto maples by the house shone a mingled Let's go and see mamma, Mr. Ben- 'no answer came:
sna'lly paused, bewildered. society, and you must tell'me howto blaze of red and yellow, and the or- son," suggested Jackey, as soon as he Jackey," said Benson,softly touch
;iHad ,he lost his way, or had he do it." chard was fragrant with fall ripeness.The could speak. Mamma was his cure ,ing his lips to the childish hand "it's
"passed some road he should have I am unused to being cared for," old-fashioned parlor was aired for all.ills. They met Aunt Ruth on ,;no use. Mamma dislikes me because
taken ? ,While he stood debating said Benson, stiffly. I shall needno and opened. Logs burned brightly on the stairs, her basket heaped high with I once detested widows. I was a fool
.-these' questions a shrill sweet' voice entertaining." ancient andirons. The little widow crimson apples. Benson stopped and ,then, but I have been well punishedfor
sounded close beside him, calling, "Then 'we will leave you alone," sewed busily in a chair, by the fire, told her of the despatch. my folly, for I have learned to love
'"Echo I Echo! Echo!1" The moun- 'she answered, demurely, flashing hima while Jackey crouched.on the hearth- I am grieved about thy friend," one of them too well for my own good.
tains caught up the word and flung it quick glance,from eyes that danced rug, a tangled mass of bare brown legs she answered. thee must come 'She scorns my love, Jackey, so good-
from height to height like a plaything.Then with mischief. "Jackey will show and yellow curls. Benson read aloudto back to us, for ,thee would miss byHis voice broke. '
followed an outburst of childish you your room ; and,tea is at six." Aunt Ruth, who nodded drowsily Jackey." : But I don't scorn your love" ob.L.L -


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jected the:,widow, in a'low and rather I Dungeness, and has reared
site of the old mansion. It is built of New for the
tremulous: voice. attractive purpose jn the world and by virtue of a decree of .for -,

Benson's sjiyness) : : suddenly vanished.He Hampshire granite, and the cost was $150- Some of these features ire so novel and 'attractive UNDER of mortgage. issued out oft ii.................................-.......-...............0>1 '

lifted Jabkey from Mrs. Raymond'sarms 000. Its style of architecture is Queen Anne,. that I regret I am not.at liberty.-just Circuit Court,,Fourth' i Judicial Circuit, Nassau MILLINERYAT '
county, in 'a suit determined wherein
and him the floor with some of the features of the old Scotch at present to mention them, but the estimated -; ,
placed on Warren F.Scott is Plaintiff and Moses Robinson .-..............................-.......-......-..---.-..
The child was too, astonished to rebel. castles added. It is crowned with a tower cost so far, and which the architecthas Defendant I have levied upon and

He had never before been dethronedand rising to the height of 135 feet. From it a been)informed. he "can consider as ,assured will sell at public auction in front of the -

understand it. magnificent view is obtained of the island ,.' will be.about: half a million dollars. courthouse, in ..the'city of Fernandina" on
could.not the first Monday in February, A. D. 1885.
Kate," said. Benson, not heeding.Jackey's and portions .of the coast of 'Georgia and ." being the second day of said.month, all the KING'S BAZAR

will be Florida. surroundings of this splendid, Mr. Curtis has been extreYnely active in right, title and interest of the,said Moses

presence, you mywife house are in keeping with the house itself. promoting this scheme, and.he has reason to Robinson in and to the following described -
1"She premises, to-wit : Lot three ((3)), Section six ((6))
The cultivated the lemon be of his s. There to be
terraces, orange, proud s.uccc appears HATS BONNETS RIBBONS
gave him a,quick glance of as- Township two ((2)), North of Range Twentyeight ,
and the flower the no reason to doubt! that within a ,
and he waited for no further encouragement orange groves, year per- ((28)) East containing one hundred
sent date palm trees and the magnificent live haps, the finest yachts in the world will acres more or less. FEATHERS, LACE FLOWEBS.

but stooped and gath- oaks form a fresh and beautiful picture all be anchored almost in the shade of the Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.J. .

ered her into his arms.Jacket's. the year round, of 'which the eye' never grand old oaks of Dungeness.-&ivannah Sheriff. A. ELLERMANN Nassau county., A Fall Line of Elegant Lace and MI Fiefiffx.
: grew momentarilydarker tires. ..:As a matter of interest it may be News. 'Fernandina, Fla., January 3, 1884. ,

his ;eyebrows puckered into a noted that General Lee, of revolutionaryfame CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS.

frown, while the corners of his mouth the father of General Robert E. Lee Application for License.To Sheriff's Sale.UNDER .

drew down-in an injured, tempestuous while and by virtue of execution Linen Collars and Kid Cloves--
died'at Dungeness a guest there. He the Board of County Commissioners of an
I out of the Circuit Fourth
fashion that would have touched their Court
was buried from the Dungeness house The Xnssau County State of Florida :
Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, All of the Latest Styles.
hearts at any other time, but now last sad rites were superintended by Commodore I respectfully ask to be granted a license. in a suit in said Court determined wherein

neither of them noticed it. Henley.The for the !sale: of ales, wines'and liquors in the. P. I.. Courier is plaintiff and Clarence N. FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS
1"cried town of Kings Ferry, and enclose herewiththe Brewster defendant, and George Henry
"I want my mamma Jackey, information relative to the scheme gar-
signatures a majority of the legally nishee. I have levied and'will sell at
stamping his foot. Are :you goingto making Cumberland Island, the winter registered voters of this Precinct, as.required, public auction in front upon of the Court-house. Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.,

take my'mamma away?" : station of all the yacht clubs of this country, by law. f in the city of Fernandina on Monday, the -

I am," replied Benson, penitently, was obtained from Mr. Alexander Curtis, of [Signed.] "WM.: T. RUSSELL. 2nd day February, A.D.1885, all the right
Kings Ferry, Fla., December 29. 1884. title and interest which George Henry had -++++ 1 II II II II I-I- i II i : II4L-I-1-4-I I -
recalling widely: different answer toa St.Iarts who was yesterday visiting
on the 27th day of offa1182.:\ or at any time 'X .
similar question asked some months Savannah.In We. the undersigned voters of election thereafter in and to,Lot one ((1)),Section four SUMMER] GAl\lES t

before. reply to the query as to how far precinct No. 7, in :Nassau county, State of teen ((14)), Township two ((2)), North, Range -+ " fi' i-m m it i m" N-+44--
Florida, respectfully request that the above twenty-eight ((28)) East containing fiftyfouracres.
You said you loved me, pouted matters had progressed Mr. Curtis said that petition be granted : -

disconsolate; Jackey, "and now you the architect had been for some six or eight Burk Simmons, his x mark Jake Lewis, Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. Croquet Sets .and Base-Ball Bats

are loving mamma' Are you going to months engaged on the plans, which wouldbe his x mark, Ben Cooper, his x mark, Harry .. A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff. >
Green his x mark Alexander Rowland hisx Fernandina, Fla., January 3 1885.
final before the ,
forget me ? he asked, with a piteous ready for approval new mark, Charles Lee, his x mark. Nelson )MARBLES KITES, ETC. :

little quiver. year; that the project had long been a Benton, his x' mark. Judge O'Neil. his x" IS THE CIRCUIT COURT

44 No, indeed," laughed Benson, for f.ivoriteone with him, and had been, in fact, mark, H. J. Conner, Adam .Andersun, his x -ALSO-

did the wooing. I shall love first mooted some six years ago, but owingto mark, Gabe Blackshear, his x 'mark, Gus FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagonsr.KING'S .
you Underwood, his x mark, York Benton, N. COUNTY FLORIDA.
more than ever, Jackey.'' the disposal of the intended site had re- L. ,Gano, Simon Benton, his x mark, Peter .

mained for the last two in abeyance. Barber his mark Edward Colson J.V.. .
"\Ye shall both love you more than years x DEXTER: HURTER, BAZAR
Haddock Danne Sikes his mark H. J. ,
ever, Jackey, for you won me; addedthe vs. .1' -
his mark. Samuel his
Walker, x Walker, x
The incomparable site, whether as regards, JOHN H. BOYNTON, ATTACHMENT. ,
widow from Benson's arms. mark, Joseph T. Hagen, Samuel Swearingen Doing business::; under the $1,663.00.name Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fenian dins...

But Jackey disliked such undemon- actual fitness for the purposes intended, or Lindsay Vaughn, his x mark, L. P. and style of John'j -'

magnificence of local surroundings Larsen Samuel H. Walker;' Daniel Davis, Son.. $5 ELECTRIC LIGHTON
strative love,-and burst in on Aunt J. \\UI'i/ '
his x mark. Hyram Burress, his x mark,
obtained the
l later most absojutely only through gene- DEFENDANT,. JOHN ,H. BOYN- '
Ruth a moment a angry- William J. Reynolds, Wilson Scipio. Asa SAID '
tear-stained object. rosity of the noble owner of Dungeness, and Sims, his x mark, Lewis Clark, Elija Gwyn, : doing business John Boynton'sSon receipt of $5 we
looking, to Mr. Carnegie and his kindness every his x mark, William Cain'e ,his x mark; will hereby take notice"of the commencement will! send you an Electric .:: : : ::
44 :Mr. Benson is going to. take away I fellow yachtsman in America-and indeed, George Hardy his x mark Monday Hackney of the above entitled suit by Lamp. Burglar ::::::: ::
he gasped flinging him-1 mark Lewis B. his Attachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth Alarms $1. Call Bells .
mamma his
mv x Lloyd, x
in for that will be indebted for .
Europe as -
self into Aunt Ruth's arms. mark, Robert Roan his mark, Cesar Ben- Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of $1. ElectricGasLighter %
the most magnificent yacht club station ton, his x mark, Edward Green, S. J. Sis- Nassau Florida; and is notified to appear, Telegraph Instruments -
Aunt Ruth smiled very contentedly, world. The his plead or demur to the declaration filed Medical Batteries -
without any exception, in the trunk, his x mark, Simon Young, x
her before therein, on or before the first 'Monday in &c. '
and straightened glasses his "
mark, Joshua Crane, x mark August
exact location selected for the site is the
Miles his March next or judgment by default will be "In regard to your new Electric Light'
she soothed him into quietness with Floyd, his x mark, Gowen x
extreme southern end of Cumberland Island. taken herein of Dexter Hunter
his mark on behalf we think you will be exceedingly successful.
mark Robert Alberti, x Charles
the story of Jack the Giant killer. The southern fascade of this magnificentclub Henry, his x mark, Henry Henry his x the plaintiff above named.R. in securing its universal adoption. ,

Benson returned to find his partner house will face Fernandina and the mark, Edward Henry, his x mark, George W. DAVIS, Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIELD-. ..
and Hunter him at the depot his mark Thomas H. J. BAKER. 737 Broadway, N.Y."
better met Benjamin, x Benjamin
entrance to its harbor. The western front for Plaintiff.
Attorneys "I witnessed with much the tests
pleasure :
his x mark, Henry Benjamin his x mark,
with unfeigned delight. will have a magnificent view of the St. Floyd Holland his x mark, Madison Craw- Fernandina, Fla., No28, U 8-I. 1-3m of your new Electric_ Light. I believe yoni I

I am not back for the reception, Mary's river, at its confluence with the ford, his x mark, Mitchell Benjamin his x will find no difficulty in bringing. it into

explained Benson, awkwardly. I'm Cumberland and Amelia rivers On these mark Benjamin Sanders, his :x mark, Hil- In the Circuit Court, general use. Eastern" 3Ian. "Northwest
liard Henderson his x mark, Preston Stew- i ern Lumberman. HENRY BINGHAKT.
to be married. waters behind the headlands of the FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAU
going "We take pleasure in stating that the tests
art, his x mark, Jordan Ryals, his x mark,
Fred whistled. adjacent islands, or under the sheltering lee Levy Mixon, his x mark, Delongan Davis, COUNTY, FLORIDA. we made of your Electric Light proved Perfectly -

"It's the widow," continued Ben- of the magnificent live oak forests of Dungeness his x mark, George Frazer, his :x mark, DAVID WILSON and EBEN} satisfactory. You will have a large-
Aaron Benton, his x mark,Solomis'Ow ins, and ready sale. Yours truly
son, with increasing shame-facedness. a thousand yachts can safely lie at HUNTING, doing business j RICHARDS &
John Davis his x_ Co,
his x mark, W. mark J"
Kate Raymond ? ejaculated Hun- anchor; and yet, at a signal from their Anthony Young, his x;mark;.H. M. Lanier, as WILSON & HUNTING, I. Attachment.JOHN 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue, N.T.""

ter in astonishment. Commodore, within: thirty minutes 'shake Hector 'Peterson, Anderson Smith, his x H. BOYNTON vs> doing t Am unt"3$ ,7oo. The above testimonials explain them- it,

The same." out their reef-knots' and show their seaman- mark, David Wilds, Cesar Jones, his x business under the name Bo 00. selves.WE
mark William Jackson his mark James I WANT A NUM3ER: OF LIVE AGENTS'.
"By jove, old fellow, you've won a ship on the dancing waves of the Atlantic. Smith,, his x mark William, x Smith,, his x and style of JOHN DOYNTgN'S G. W.FOSTER & CO.,

treasure 1 How did it come about?" "You speak with more enthusiasm of thescent'ry mark. Philip Jones, his x mark, Donald SON. JDEFENDAKTS 45-3m 21 Park Row X. Y..

did it." ?" Alonza Crane hisx WILL TAKE NOTICE _.
Jackey McKay, Goolsby Alrin. ..n. -- __ _
of suit in the above
Heaven reward him !exclaimed "By no means more than it deserves. mark, Arch Haddock Thomas Haddock. entitled cause by attachment issued out of v
Libby, Elija Higginbothaiu John
Fred, heartily. "-I am glad for you The appearance of those land-locked waters, Benjamin Blake. J. E. Green B. L. Higginbotham, hisx the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, IBI :I'

both. belted with forests, protected by islands, mark, John McKindree, his :x mark William in and for the County of Nassau, and are :,

So the club lost Benson and the such as Cumberland, of absolute ideal Jones, his x mark, George Haddock, notified to appear in said cause on or before "
Sr., Alexander Jones, his :x mark, George the first Monday in April next, or judgmentby Yr4r I(
widow won him.-IIarper's Weekly. beauty his hisx default will be entered therein upon fail- ,
Washington, x mark Henry Baker
'Kissing the sea sands with a kiss of peace.' mark, James Haze his x mark, J. T. Had- ure on the part of said defendant to plead, \t O 1 >' ,!i''
in dock R. Stewart Williams answer or demur to the declarations filed ; ; Ii
A YACHTMEN'S PARADISE. or running wanton happiness to join the Henry Wright ,
in said before the first Monday
cause on or
his x mark Thomas N. Haggadon, James (
gambols of the broad ;
Atlanticbreakingin '
McKendree J. J. V anzant, his x mark, iii May, 1885. H. J. BAKER r k\/: ": '
a diapason of mighty tones' along the George W. Libby, D. T. Haddock, John H. Attorney for Plaintiffs. /'IOy'- ,;, J'" \."I.! I'e
/ .u ;.".. ;
DI>Z'.OUt3EW YORK CLUBMEN TO BUILDA beaches forms JOHN A. EDWARDS, ...... ... "':"" ,.:,.-": .-I. ,
neighboring a picture of Haddock. Zach Haddock, William Battist, -J I, ". .11' ..', \ :'
MAGNIFICENT CLUB HOUSE-BEAUTIES constantly recurring beauty, realizing the J. It. Gale, Joseph Haddock, J. D. Had Clerk of the Circuit Court, Q ", ",\'. !;:"' r'['.j.. '(,.:1"1. I. I.i,
dock his mark A. F. Walker H. In and for the County Nassau, Fla. ',\fU-\ !! .,.r1.i \.. I
ideal of Keats- ,
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Fernandina, Fla., Dec. 1884-3mo. ;;;: ; ,-;:
Toney Melton, his x mark Rufus Haddock, l ., \ ,.f -r: ;; '.'..a.. \ "
ADVANTAGES OF TIlE SITE- 'A forever f.; ,
joy his x mark, Augustus Harm, his x mark. \, .ti..:, \. '' :..
ROMANTIC AND INTERESTING INCIDENTS Whose loveliness increases, In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial '. : ,".."""'':'''.. '.. ) .
Jack Brown, his x mark Randal Brown, hisx ':. .9J.,,.:'' .:........ '.0" !',
IN TIlE ISLAND'S And will never, never mark, Conner Brown, James Haddock, Circuit, in and for the "I', ":'.' ".:.....'." !."
Pass into nothingness." Aaron Love his mark B._B. Nix James ''' 'k'l'' ""'" .
x 'Ii'f. 1";:
of Nassau, Florida 'i. ) :: i.j
County .. { ; .,.
Young, his mark Peter Bell his x mark, ": ::< y :.A
:x "
A scheme for win- "To whom have the been ." '.:-.. :: :'
magnificent making a designs entrusted Josiah H. Prescott 1| ';<: ; ::.t. :
John Mason, his!' x mark. J. B. Wingate, hisx '""'l> 'i; ; ..,.. Llf.f !-
ter rendezvous in Southern waters for all ?" I notice of :"', -/ :'> _.;.'''- I.'
mark, Allen Brown, his x mark, John W. vs. >, J; "" -...' ..,, ;: 'j
the yacht clubs in this country and even in "To Mr. Peebles, the eminent architect Colly, David Colly, John Campbell his x John H. Boynton doing bus-{} Attachment. "( !...;."".". ..,,'.,'TO'_:::.''' <
Europe, and for building the grandest yacht who has just completed Mr. Carnegie'ssingularly mark, Madison Campbell, his!' x mark Alex- iness under the name and j Amount ;
ander Webber, his x mark. Wm. T. Russell style of John Boynton's f Sworn to t ''i'iA.0u
club Louse in the world has been agreed beautiful mansion at Dungeness, J. A. Vanzant David McHaHie. Son. J $1,000. 1'W Ifhl w a S

upon. distant about three miles from the club \r e, the undersigned, hereby certify that THE above named defendant. John II. mY" I Iieus

, The location chosen is the southern end house." the persons whose names appear in the )' of the City of New York, doing Ii

of Cumberland Island. This island is just Have any steps been taken as to the or- foregoing petition, signed the same or at- business under the name and style of if
tached their marks thereto in our presence, .John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to (b'le oiti. I
off the extreme southern coast: of Georgia, ganization ?" ,,
and that neither fraud, bribery nor deceptionwas enter his appearance in and to the above en- 3tt886.I
and is remarkable for its fertility aud beuaty. "Oh, yes; I have been for :some;; monthsin used in procuring said signatures or titled attachment suit commenced against Opening December 1,1884: Closing May :

It is the most important of the celebrated correspondence with parties regardingthe marks. him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott, lINDIfK: THK-A I:SPICKS OF Til 16- hI[:
[Signed] J. A. VANZ\NT Plaintiff before the first Monday in '
on or
name was Missoe. This was changed to by Mr. Carnegie are so favorable, tending, his declaration filed therein on or before the

Cumberland when Oglethorpe visited it at in fact, only to increase the convenience of ALEXANDER WEBBER, first Monday in February, 1885, or judgmentwill ;::

the request of an Indian chief who had received the members of the clubs, and largely en- mark be entered against him bv" default. $1,300,000
some kindness from the, Duke of hance the value of their property, that we Attornt'for Plaintiff in above suit.J. I i
Appropriated l by the (Jeiier.it (MI C> "
Cumberland. The island is about twenty shall have no difficulty in carrying out the State of Florida, }l A. :EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. --I

miles l'mg and has an average breadth of plans to a successful issue." County nf Nassau. } '* Fernandina, Fla., September 6, 18S4-3m $500.000It It
On this day personally 'appeared beforeme i'
two miles. How was i it Mr. Carnegie was induced to William T. Russell, to me well known, In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial I Contributed l hy / -i *,. : rw >> .,i.. it i'M

The magnificent property known as Dun- grant the site?" who being duly sworn, deposeth and says !

gene&s, once the property of General Nathaniel "Well, that's long story ; but his kind that each and every name or mark affixedto Circuit. Nassau County, Fla. $200,000

the above petition was the act and deed of Lettie Miller I l'l'rOl'rirc.l l hy :Mexico. ,
intentions doubt
Greene of Revolutionary fame ism were no much influencedby 1 | *
the party purporting to have signed the vs Notice of
< the southern part of the island. Dungeness the unbounded admiration expressed as same, and that said signatures were signedin John II.'Boynton, doing bus- attachment.Amount I $100,000, l'I

comprised a splendid mansion and a to its. fitness, by such ardent yachtsmen as the presence of at least t creditable wit- iness under the name and Appropriated Kv tier St.itt- nff,**...';"......, m
magnificent estate. The fields were highly the Earl of Huntingdon and Lord Hastingsboth nesses, and that there was no fraud, bribery style of John Boynton'sSon. j sworn. to$-100 I
or deception in procuring said signatures or JTlIE 100.000 ;
cultivated, and there was an abundance of ( owners of noble yachts and thorough t I G
marks i>f said persons, whose names appear above named defendant, John II. !
"emi-tropical fruits-oranges, lemons and going yachtsmen), and also Mr. Jay Gould, signed to'the above petition. .llton.of the City of New York, doing I Appronri.iUtl !by the City of New Orl Ican-. *i

olives. The mansion stood on a fine terrace who twice during the past year were guests [Signed.] \\?:\ T. RUSSELL.' business under the name and style,of I From $5000 to $25.000 f

and was surrounded by magnificent at Dungeness, the two former saying that if 29th Subscribed of December and sworn 1884.to before me, this John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to I'l'fOl'ri.LIt'.1 r>r 1".1Ulltlu.r>hfc- Wira, Ciiv, I II If ;.
day ,
in and the above
his to
live oaks, and a grand avenue of the same only good club could be established manyof [Signed] JOHN II. HADDOCK. enter entitled attachment appearance suit commenced against I I and l'oft"n--Countries.E. .\

kind of trees led to the,sea., our trans-Atlantic brethren would'pass Justice of the Peace. him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff 'on or before Ii ..ry Stale and Territory; I rv 1>'e Union no'""nt...... Iy fI

The mansion was destroyed accidentallysome their winters at the South, and they (and the first Monday in January, 1S85,'and to I and flea?;'/ali the Loading Nation. and tI
R. W. CAMPBELL, I Countries of tl'f'liOtJG. ;!.
;years after the war, but the live oaks' others)) pointing out what an advantage win' plead or demur to the declaration filed in I :or.'I I
said cause on or before the,first Monday in The Exhibit! toe Biggest Halving and tfc*|,
Biggest !
amlthe lemon, orange and olive orchardsvet ter quarters for the yachts and a winter rendezvous .REALIESTATEAGENT default will 'I
February. 1885 or judgment by Biggest Inc '.ul Event in the
remain. The'oli.'e. grove, containing would be to. all yachtsmen and Waldo, Florida. be entered. against -you. crt'j's K'Storj.rrfir f

mliaji and Syrian olives, is celebrated. Two squadrons." IL J. BAKER ..., .1 I. .
for Plaintiff above suit. 'ToKm.: <.\it, iJ .J tt'-'T.1.1. I
years ago Mr.:Thomas )[. Carnegie, of the From what you have stated, buildingsof Attorney Court. eu1Y i ii"z. :! ",'114..tii'., ,. r.T.'r',:.'; ,.2iiixv 'il
EDWARDS Clerk'Circuit '
LANDS BOUGHT AXD SOLD. J. A. 0.< .r.::! "f.'l !
tirm of Carnegie Bros., of Pittsburg Pa., a very beautiful kind are contemplated. Fernandina, FIa.r September G..1834. .- ..;.;......,1':1.- :. uiLA- ,' 'i1
purchased Dungeness. The Carnegie brothers About what will be the cost?" Lands Located, I 't'bfC TrrtK...tO'jJt..oti'r"-",.':.. rnr +(1wm.. 1, y:

are steel manufacturers, and employ The buildings no doubt will be'both uni- Taxes Paid and Warranty and Mortgage Deeds.T thr:.anI-I..- ..i... ::. 1t..n..tlOlu:' oeiUau.iur trw } I
Titles Examined. INEN PAPER O0 GTS. PER DOZEN.. i i/t'trtrc r :.: o! '- ..:. it.I .
:'bouj;7,000IIands. They are gentlemen of que in design and of palatial magnificence, I fur Iniunll..tll..h.flf'C. 3 :"-0" } JI
Many bargains are offered and all persons .Li Samples sent upon receipt of 2-cent: : 'r'.IWI.. : : ,
.. ,, ,
very large wealth. in conformity with the surroundings and in I '< 'd % ; f\\ f.t.'t.
locate in Florida will find it to I '" Dlf.t' '
desiring to stamp. I' "Cf'-:.-. :. ; .
A 'FAMOUS PROPERTY.Mr accordance with the wishes of the promoters. their'interest. to call ,npm.or communicate I MIRROR. I ,,,_' ;': 't--,. .:." (" f." "''t ;.J1\oo, .t'O<:'.,,J',:'' !< ';
Thomas ':\C'; Carnegie : has"restored reasonable; amount will be wanting, with me. 3-tf ,2G .. .: ( Fernandina, Fla- =,-.> r i : .K' : ;Wt"1I.:,1: "'"":. ,_ < ;;

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': 1 THE. FLORIDA MIRROR : JANUARY 10, : \1885.. ; .
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'J1.?: ]; E;. !b'LOHllA MiltliOjGEQRGE ..- have annually swollen, until 1884 they'showan OUR SOUTH AMERICAN NEIGHBORS Popa, or Ramon, Nispero, the Pistachio THE BERMUDAS.Lying -

": assessment of over 6000000. No Slate -WHAT THEY GROW.- and others. about, 600 miles east of the

., R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR., in the Union, that I am aware of, has We have hitherto known comparatively The pomegranate, he says, attains coast of South Carolina lie the Ber-
doubled her in the last four
resources years. Southjnerican'neighbors.
Su! rllllim, very little, about: our the height of to thirty feet mudas, a solitary outpost of
....' '. S3 per year; six months 81. Florida ,stands alone in such an unprece- twenty the
The Panama
; ', British Empire For the
? dented growth.Owing producing fruit of exquisite taste. most part

Oflj--Li-.r.cC corner Centre and First streets,second' floor. ., to this increase,,. under ''ordinary. Canal will bring the Pacific coast of The range of profitable fruit growing rocky and,naturally sterile, compris

t: | HATES! OF ADVERTISING. circumstances, I would recommend_aJlrther South America quite close to us,- and in Florida can no doubt be greatly ing some 500 small, islets within a
Te) cents a line for the first, and five cents for reduction of State taxation. But in view of.the the increased communication by of
extended and it is to be hoped that space not more than twenty
each:subsequent Insertion. fact that we are to have a Constitutional ,
.peclal !Jooal notices, 15 cents a line. Convention, soon to, follow the present steamship with the, coast of Brazil those which promise to be,most suc- in length by six in breadth, embrac-

'Heading notices, 25 cents a line. session" of the Legislature, and' the reason- and the Argentine Republic makes cessful will be obtained and experi- ing not more than 12,000 acres and
Special rate for time advertisements
upon appli able probability of another Legislative session the commerce and productions of population of
rsticin at the office.Commufrications. mented with. 12,000'people..
j: : to put in operation what changes are
.. our possible rivals a matter of great Yet
::; i --- --- --- ------- notwithstanding the
upon all matters of local inter- made in the organic law, it is impossible to interest'to THE LEGISLATunE-1EVENUE natural

solicited: from all parts of the county and from p.stimate. what expense will have to be met. ;i us.., LAWS AND LOCAL OPTION. obstacles to success, these islanders
*< njf the lines of Florida. railways. It will be in the power of the Legislatureand The. consular reports of October on their little domain
The look- to the carry on a
kll communications intended for publication convention, bya commendable economy contain a very full report of the commerce people Legislature respectable commerce
should be:;addressed to the Editor; all business 'to its work and export
; of time and expenditure to enable a reduc- and. of the arrange necessary as soon
Tetters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.. products Argentine commodities of their
... tion to be made. Feeling that the State as possible and adjourn. It"will be own produc-
: : :- Republic which lies on the other
tion to the value
under no circumstances, should back of $400 000
I pass useless to enter revision of .
:SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1885. upon any
side of the and is in
into the ruinous system of scrip issue I equator many Nearly the whole product of the
: islands
laws which will be affected by mod- -
1 NOItBLOX1IAM'S deem it the part of a proper prudence let respects our vis a vis. consists of onions
VEI MESSAGE potatoes and
the State tax remain at three mills, and The of ifications and changes likely to be
seasons course are reversed -
l:The message prepared by Gov- empower the Governor to reduce the same made in the Constitution.One .
er.nor... .. Bloxham on the eve of hisstilrendcr if the expenditures above alluded to will our summer months are of the most important thingsto During the year 1883 theBermudas
allow it. their 'winter months, and vice versa. exported 289,742 boxes
of the office to his successor be done is to frame a better system and 22 bar-
It is not the State tax that bnrth ns the The temperature ranges: from 32 to rels of onions valued at
view of j about
a gratifying eighty
presents for the assessment and'collection of
people. Unfortunately some of the couutise fruits
1100.and the and
tho of the State the productionsof cents per box, $238,459 ; 2GU5() "barrels
progress ,during and ,cities have outstanding obligations, revenue, but as the Constitution will -
last four and its back to the which the country are similar to our and 162 boxes potatoes valuedat
years present condition some running prior war likely be amended in reference to ,
t have to be met by a heavy county tax.,. own, with the variations to be expected about 64.50 per barrel, amounting
ti officers with 'which the Rev-
These, however, gradually meeting their from altitudes. As county ,
greater to and
ii $124,728
; The financial condition is.especially 76,923 boxes and
must closely
obligations, and in'a few years., it is hoped Floridians interested enue System con-
are more especially -
926 crates of tomatoes
gratifying{ and the increase of the valued at
will be relieved. nected, it will be wise to postpone

school :-funds is remarked upon with In conclusion Governor Bloxham in its fruit productions. action,on that subject until after the $33,700. The imports during the
Consul Raker. there is not a
says same period amounted to
commendable pride. The Governor over
the of the'
says : vote on adoption new
known fruit which cannot be cultivated -
M calls attention to the withholding by $700,000.This .
When 1 took the official oath four years Constitution.The .
in of the
some portion Argen-
4 tIle Treasury Department of some ago, I stated in my inaugural address, as ab- Local Option law has not presents a large showing for

t ,60,000: due to the common school solutely necessary to secure and foster our tine Republic. been discussed in the so small a community. A consider-
public press,
future growth and progress, that we attract First in his. report he places the able garrison and local
fund! of this State, to which we lately and there is at indicationof government
present no
and invite a healthy immigration, and develop which he originally
orange, says however
I referred. We regret ,this action, of ,gives, some support.
the sentiment the
our internal resources by securingproper popular ,upon
mported into the basin of the' Rio send'out
If.Florida should its
the officers of the Treasury Department exports -
transportation, in the building and: question. It must be admitted thatit
} t Plata but found so congenial a home
a;; a grievous and indefensible equipping- great highways tra.vel. and ,to, has failed to prevent the payingof in the same ratio from its rich
sec to it that ample and abundant provisionbe : that it.multiplied,..npd4 now in cer- lands the result would be
wrong;clone to the school children of ,' ; astonishing.
tl licenses in all towns of size
made for the true education of our rising I tain localities grows wild forming any ,
fi' Florida. He also gives a full expla- where it sell
generation. veritable forests. Such is in fact also was an object to liquor.It GREAT FRUIT SHOW OF 1885.TO .
i nation'; of the claim of the State These were the great links in the grand, has probably prevented the licens- .
the history of the in Floridaour ,
l 4gainst the United States for moneys chain of progress, which .should secure to us' orange BE HELD ON THE GROUNDS OF THE STATE
of in ruratneighborhoods.
I ing liquor selling many PARK ASSOCIATION
wild being the result of SPECIAL
a success unparalleled, and which we, groves
to Indian hostilities .
as a people and a State, could confidentlyrely a former importation distributed GROWERS' ASSOCIATION.

I and which the Secretary of in all the future fora continuance of under favorable circumstances of It will be generally admitted that JUDGES-Dr. C. J. Kenworthy and Dr. Geo.

War l OW reported to amount to growth and prosperity. \V. Davis, of Duval County; A. I. Bid-
1.1 soil and climate: The seed in the I II the plan on which the present law is well, of Orange; 0. P. Rooks, of Sumter;
$314648. Congress has fully established These great objects I have constantly and I
based, while good theoretically has George R. Fairbanks of Nassau ; H. S.
j. the precedent of allowing in- unremittingly held in view in the adminis- Argentine Republic are distributed. William, of Brevard ; Dr.R.Mcllvaine,
not stood! the test of experience. One of Levy W. S. Allen, of Monroe, and Dr.
tration of the affairs and Government of our by the parrots,' vho are very fond of ;

''I M erest: upon all similar claims, and I beloved State. The results most gratifying" them and thus aid in the -, great,defect is the narrowing .down John A.'Brosnahatu, of Escambia.

1 this would( bring the claim up to a I in 'their character, are before the people. I, propagation the operation of the law to Election I LIST OF PREMIUMS-REGULATIONS, ETC.
I of the fruit. It, ,attains its most 1. Best collection and display of
'-I,. large amount, twenty-five years haying They,are illustrated by our largely increased Districts instead of counties. Much : Citrus Fruits,grown in FlorjUi$100jOO

f eldpsed since the claim accrued. population, and in the fact that our our extreme luxurious growth and developmentin Second best................................ 50 00
west is now in intimate intercoursewith the 32d degree of north latitude.It of the good effect refusing a licensein 2. Best collection and display of
I t 1. Wehope; the Legislature take 'the dwellers the district ,is nullified the Fruits, all varieties grown in
Tome and 'energetic action 'our, Slate upon directly with Atlantic the, great connecting is a robust tree,.subject .few'diseases one, by Florida................................... 50 00
West and Northwest, while Gulf and resists the granting of a license in.an adjoining 3. Best collection and display of Oranges -
'k towards. the settlement of this is with'the our coastat perfectly ..................................... 20 00)(
f! matter' ; on": Tampa the east, and closely the joined peninsula is being St.Johns ramified drdught and the locusts, the two district. The law has proved, con- Second best................................ 10 00)(
{. of, fessedly ineffectual where a 4. Best Peck of Oranges, one variety 10 00
'it f ,The? Governor in view of the by the parallels'constant glittering friction of steel traffic l, kept and worst plagues of agriculture in that' prepon- Second best................................ 5 00
large bright by
U ; of travel, and country. It commences' to tear derance of persons who sign their 5. Best one hundred Oranges.......... 10 00)(
increase in the taxable resources of while every schools day increasing our with mark Second best................................ 5 00
wealth ; our are increased not fruit at the age of six years, and names a cross exist. 6. Best two boxes Oranges.:........... 10 00

1a !Elie.State, thinks the present State and only standard in numbers of excellence;but advanced so that in efficiency the chil- 'will yield one hundred years on good -There has been, however, a steady Second best..............................- 5 00
lax:: might be still further reduced 7. Best New Seedling Orange raisedin
dren may now receive the advantages of a advance in public opinion in refer-
soil and with cultivation Florida
less than ten
good ; a large not
but for the expenses which may good common school for education, and thus ence to establishing greater restraint specimens.............................. 10 00
have to be incurred in connection become qualified of the great. duties and tree will produce over 3,000 oranges Second best............;................? 5 00
responsibilities citizenship.In season. ripens in April and upon the retailing of intoxicating 8. Best dozen Navel Oranges.......... 5 00
'retiring from the and responsible per
A. svith the revision of the Constitution. grave 9., Best dozen Mandarin or Tan-
duties of the Executive chair, I desire to return May. It is not cultivated for exportation liquors and the evil consequences of gierine Oranges.......:.............. 500
: He that the burden profound gratitude to the people of ,
says very
and simply the intemperance.In 10. Best dozen Maltese Blood Oranges 5 00
my beloved State for their confidence so supplies
I' of taxes in this State lies in the 11. Best display of Oranges on one
magnanimously expressed in my election to home market which can be reached other States, where the subjecthas limb................;..................... 5 00
V;. bounty tax, which is usually from the high office of Governor, and their con- been earnestly considered the 12. Best peck of Lemons................. 20 00
J ljree to four times the tinuous support during my term and to along the rivers and coast. There is Second best.................................. 10 00
: $ as great as each of the gentlemen who have been members -: yery little intelligent cultivation andit public are divided between no license 13. Best dozen Citrons........ ........... 5 00

x'+ State tax. It is to be hoped they of my Cabinet, who have always given and high license. The latter 14. Best dozen Shaddock.................. 500
their steadfast advice
me co-operation, mature to the 'care of itself
is generally'left -
15. Best dozen Grape-Fruit............... 10 00
; . official the clear.
handsomest court house in the State Leaving position with ; very 17. Best dozen Pineapples................ 10 00
f. i consciousness of having, to the best of my will produce a revenue 01 the more effectual measure of dimin- 18. Best bunch of Bananas.............. 10 00
and reduce the rate of tax for county ability, honestly and faithfully performedmy 19. Best ....... 20 00.
ishing the number of saloons and display of Strawberries
: I that the From all that is
dutIes most trust about tree
: earnestly the $2 per ; Second best................................ 10 00
of State under benedictionand
t purposes. future our said Consul Baker do not raising the character of those whichare
by ,-we see 20. Best quart of Strawberries........... 500
of the of Nations
. guidance throughthe .............. 5 00
The Governor calls attention to instrumentality of ourchosen executive, any probability of any competitionwith permitted to exist.It 21. Best two dozen Guavas.
5 00
22. Best two dozen
he fact that within the last four my distinguished, be made and honored successor and, our fruit in our own markets, is claimed that a high license, 23. Best two quarts Pomegranates.Olives............... 5 00
may' yet more prosperous, ............. 10 00
Best ....
j years 776 miles of new railroad have continue in'an and 24. bunch of Dates.
t. uninterrupted happiness although the distance is no greater say not less than one thousand dol- 25. Best six Tropical, or .Melon":

een built and 226 miles are graded freedom., With the expression of this earnest wish, than to the fruit-producing countrieson lars, will shut up allthe cross-road Pawpaws. :............................. 5 00
........ 5 00
:and ready for iron. ,I close my official duties and privileges.DELEGATESATLARGE. the Mediterranean, but the char- ;liquor ,shops and all the low and 26.27. ,Best Best display two dozen of Japan Sapodilloes.Plums....... 10 00

I | recommends: an appropriationf acter of the population and the little, ,disreputable saloons in the towns. 28. Best display Tamarinds.......... 5 00
29. Best two dozen Mangoes............. 10 00
S10.000 to enable Florida to, be We are compelled to differ from our esteemed pressure for a livelihood is not calcu- That those who do take out a license 30. Best two dozen Sugar Apples.. ... 5 00
;properly represented at the World's 31. Best two dozen Sour Sop:........... 5 w
contemporary, the Times-Union, on lated to develop such industries.The will efficiently aid the officers of the 32. Best peck Japan Persimmons 1000

r Exposition at New Orleans. the method of choosing delegates to the, lemon and olive do as well in law'in ferreting out 'unlicensed ven- 33. Best two boxes Oranges packedfor

r Wd that of the convention" seems to be the refrain of the shipment......................... 10 00
[ publish portion throughout the State. The ,t country.: dors, and that by affixing additional 34. Best bunch of Cocoanuts,Florida

governor's address referring to taxa- press papers opposed Among the fruits there he penalties and responsibilities grown................................... 10 00
to the, scheme'are the Cedar Key grown upon Second best.............................._ 5 00
tion. ; Beacon, Tallahassee Economist, Madison Re- mentions several which have not the licensed vendors, much good can The Judges in this Department will in no

'In accordance with the suggestions made corder, Levy Enterprise, Tampa Tribune, Pen- been introduced here' so far as' be accomplished,in diminishing the case award a Premium to an inferior ex-

i in my'message of January, 1883, the Legisla- sacola' Commercial and all other papers 'in known. The CHENNIALIA he 'describes evils of intoxication.It hibit.

ture reduced the State tax to 4 mills for that the. State, that have expressed an'opinion at All packages of fruit intended for this

year, and authorized me, if the aggregate all, with the exception of the Tallahassee as a very beautiful tree, 'producing is a subject very broad and Department must be addressed : '* Fruit

assessment of the property the State would Floridian, Fernandina Mirror and Monticello a delicious fruit which tastes very near to the hearts of the people, Committee. State Fair, Jacksonville

permit, to reduce the same to 3 mills for theyp.ar i Constitution are opposed to the scheme. i like rennet, (pomme de reinette)' and should 'be wisely legislatedupon. 'Florida."
"Fair play and no subterfuges" seem to be
1884. The assessment of
with a little more bouquet. It is a We call attention to the list of
the spirit of the Florida press.-Ocala Ban-
the property of the State" showing a large i.
increase, the State tax was reduced to 3 ner, January Sd. sort of a dark green apple, inclosingat THE NEW ORLEANS EXPOSITION. premiums to be given at the State

mills for 18S4, in accordance with said The Banner is in error as to our its maturity a white pulp full of Colonel D. H. Elliott, the efficient Fair to be held at Jacksonville,

legislative authority. position. We differ with the Tim seeds. Being a hardy tree it would and earnest advocate of progress in February 3.

Florida's growth in the last four years Union as to the mode of choosing thrive almost anywhere south of 30 Florida,recommends that the money The fruit of Florida is for excel
be of profound gratification to
must a holding that if care taken to shelter, to be ,the beautiful
every lover of the State. The release of our delegates-at-large, they proper were appropriated: by lence its best and most

Internal Imprcvement, Fund from threatened should be elected upon a general I it. from winter. frosts; to ,produce 'ture"'be placed in the. hands Legisla-I. product. The fine fruit exhibited

bankruptcy and ruin, not only largely ticket. We are in favor of 'the Legislature I well, however, it requires a warm Executive Committee of the Fruit. during the last five years at our State

:augmented' our taxable resources by placinga providing for the election exposure. It grows: indigenous, ,. in Association. General Sebring is a Fair, has been the crowning means
amount of lands the taxbooksbut %
large upon '
of limited. number of. delegates-at- Peru / '" Vice-President of the towards <<
', added an immense impetus to railroad a Association, of success, and has done more

(building, thus inviting immigration and large. The Cedar ,Key Beacon occupies It'seems to us that it would be I and this will secure, unity of pur- bringing settlers to Florida

rapiial[ -all tending to the development of the same position as our- very desirable to introduce this fruit pose and the advantage of many than any other means. Our successat

the State-has aboutdou'bled our taxable re-: selves, in favor of delegates-at-large, into Florida, where'it would, proba- persons interested in the' matter to New Orleans will largely dependon
I in that The taxable values
for$ources 1880. and several period.years prior, averaged but opposed to the selection of them bly find a congenial home. act promptly and efficiently.We the collection we make for our

about- $1,000,000. Since 18SO these': values by the,convention. '. '. _' _, A, ,. Consul Baker mentions also the approve, .,of his suggestion. State Fair. What is wanted the

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exhibition of fruit from every county .

and ev, ry locality where it, is prb- JT_ X-Y-OO:

duced.ij; We shall thus show the ex- .

tent producing ofjarea region.and value Hnndreds of our do fruit-not .1VJC, : >I>::E. :BRCS: -HAVE OPENED THE-

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take the trouble of forwarding a boxto ALL CAMPAIGN'WITH : : : [

the 1!Fair, because they consider CENTRE ,STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT," '' 'J I' .; :

their fruit 'of only average quality. A', LARGE, ENTIRELY NEW AND FRESH STOCK OF
,Have just received an entire new Stock in" every department; from the
It is lust,, such average exhibits
Northern and Eastern :Markets and of cash; __* *
which !Ijire 'needed.' If we will act taking advantage purchases .-

send such exhibit enables us'to offer our entire stock,at such low .
togcthc ijwe can an 4 FALL
of fjfi fruit to New Orleans from if

the Stale Fair as will illustrate Flor- FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION.We .

ida to:the delight and surprise of .
visitors to the Exposition. '
have endeavored to select the
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r-tits Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Latest Styles in We have received our stock JIdr"GENTLEMEN': : ,

Florida Circuit, In Chancery.LOVIE Nassau. County, Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, Fall Dress Goods, FALL CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods

}[DIVORCE in all the.
1)VVIDHUNTER r'S. SUTTON. and all we ask is to give us ,a call and price for yourselves, and see theIMMENSEJBARGAINS Brocades, Alpacas, Velvets, An elegant line. Also the ,
Velveteens, etc. Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.
OX bv}jier counsel, John T. & George W.Walker.it .'
( being made to appear to my sat-! Great Bargains A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for
isfactini! *that the! Judge of the Fourth Circuit S \ \\[\ IN
of IJlorida is disabled by illness to attend BLANKETS, 'COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cascimeres, BEOWNING, KING & CO., ;
to tfiie duties of his office),and, on reading .
the Bill and the I of New York,
and Linen Towels, Toweling, BOOTS, SHOES,
affiilav5t,thereto attached<< it is ordered thata
,hearing be had on the facts charged in the And all House-Keeping! Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.
to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of
said Billion the first Monday in May, 1885, Goods. Suits made to order and a
at Chall bcrs.
I THOMAS KING, Judge. Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Fit Guaranteed.
A large line of
January 3d, 1885. 10-3m MODE BROTHERS Fancy Goods and Notions,
a J3S Underwear,* SPECIAL ORDERSHosiery
i -THE- and Gloves,
i from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in New York
Florida Photographic View Co



Opposite the Post-Office, ?, \ Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,
where they proposeto:: do first-class work, ,. &-NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. j-jFERNANDINA FLA.
having secured the services of MR. CHAS. ,
DEWAALj; well known as a superior Artistin 2
Portratit Photograph Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.
Patronage respectfully solicited. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.1IALLORY'S .

promptly attended to.


ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. i -'gg.gcfe '- gg'a- iS&jgSi&e??' *?>-,
g .r 3JLr-fgw Ha.uFMli.T2"fr t HFihf f ir55a
a1yi !*H \ -= Ji= :'J=H-ii= == =M jrv
U )< (
5 fcfeauA9js
Loansiprncured: ,Mortgages negotiated Exchanges ', "
fli cted.
Mill Suites: Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 '. .,' MODE BRa S -,
acres L HIs and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 .
acres, for sale. \ ::, .
N. B.-vr"St. Mary's having been selectedas ,, ..: :'. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA' "
the t&minl1s of the Atlantic&Mississippi ,;' .., .''.., '
Canal (under the survey made for Govern- t-
ment b) General Gillmore), charters for the '; .
construction! of which having been grantedby ,'T ., ".,. .
the flnited{ States Government and the ;:: S
Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large ;
increase: the vahie of adjacent lands maybe ,
confidently looked for." (See New York :-'
Sun,27383.) ,

M-t++I+i+I+i+t++t++t it+i+t+i++i+i +i#+ r.++ +-F +++++++ ++f-t t++-ffI + .
1,210 TON8.
OombUed Orange Box and Shingle Machine I! DRY GOODS EMPORIUM]!
Eagle Gin., Saw Mill, Planer. Rtttwa &o

05, 67, 69,:ELM ST., CINCNNATI! 0. r ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
(Wite for Caulogrue and mention this paper.) THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
i I CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM: ,, SECOND, sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

C. C. STRATTON & CO., This Line, having no Transfers between Fcmaiulina and New
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
HA FjCriiandina, Flu., the author- connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL.
; ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
ized Age'lts to contract for the sale of their
Parties wishing ti) purchase will get all information -. ,
as regards prices from them.
Samples of different qualities and stylescan freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to r
be seen' at the office of Dress Goods Silks R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,

J-C_ 4_*_Fernandina. C. H. MALLORY& CO., '
MERCHANT TAILOR. Pier 20 East River.New York. 51-

Has removed his business; to the rooms over BLANKETS AND HOUSE-FURNISHING |
| I| GOODS >
the Newi. York. Bakery, on' Centre street. v !j
He has received amassortinent seasonable H. E. DOTTERERINVITES
goods fo rrentlemeh's wear, and is prepared .
to make lem up to suit all tastes in the (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) ah. "

JFernaiHina.'Sf Repairing. FlaJ neatly:, July done.12., 1884. Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts. *
-+ +


t f Sev.entl-St., near Egmont Hotel, -+ -t-'

F",;Fm.NAKIUNA, FLORIDA. Furnishing Goods

Offers peasant rooms,well furnished,wither
witho.t board. Table Boarders will becomm1ated



of '
Marks to act a"Solicitors for Patents,Caveats trade TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
Englund Copyrights' for the United States Granada ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
1' '.. srnt* '<*,Germany,etc. Hand Book about
nts free -"4'ven years'experience.
I'ukntxo +
ln"iT'ciT""ulnea throuch MUNN k CO.are noticed -+ AU. -
"? eJS .V7!!"9.MBUCAsr.the largewT'UulirirpulilU best and .
\ :Hv'T Kl.Il'ndld! engravings>rpstlnr" in- : SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS i. I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES 1-
'1'i:; ,\I\.r.jHxdnien copy of the Sclrutific A roer- +-
"'* -t
exeat; .. Address MDNN&CO. SciKxrino r
*Office 2C1 Broadway,New York.
'furrollt and Mortgage Deeds. .
H Samples sent upon receipt of 2-cent ,:PAUL FUNKE..st' NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.;;;.
lUp, Address ,
I .
FLORIDA :MIRROR. '- .: .. ;. ',. ., ., ,; .
.. 6 FIA. ,
Fernandina Fla. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA,
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/" r. : ., .. THE :FLORIDA
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f., GENERAL. DIRECTORY., BAKER COUNTY. I Assesstor of lXe.I-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY: ; HOLMES.
County Judge-R.. D.. Davis Sanderson. 1 Collecor of Ret'e1me'v.. F. Trantham,
United States Officers.' County Judge-M. J. Solomons. County Judge-A. H. Browne])
Clerk F..J., Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-W. W. Jeter. Clerk-T. H. Pitman. .
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U., C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. i Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.Treasurer .
Reg-ter-L.! Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes=-A.. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy. Treasitrer-J. Roberts. I r -Daniel D. Gilli

i, Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Thos.P. Shnler.. Collector oJ.Ret'enue-William Tncfcer:
S"TVcyor.General-Malachi Martin, Talla- Collector-of Rerenue-J.- R." Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler. I ISuperinte1ldelltoJSchool.sDrr Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton

derson; Clerk-Peter T. Knight,.Key West. H.Jackson.. : Superintendent of Schools Whitaell
ritrassee.DISTRICT' COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker,' Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. 't WASHINGTON. Curry_
i Sanderson. Assessor'of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
.. -Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Kev West. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. County Ju dge-Wm,B. Jones
'..Marshal-J. Clerk-F. };. de la Rua. Cferk J. E.
H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector Skipper.
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. of Revenue Mason S. Moreno,
.Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff E. P.Melvin.
Treasurer J. S. Leonard.
) INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Scliools--J. V. Harris,Key I Treasurer-Thomas. Miller
Collector of Rete1I Manuel Palm ? Collector
s. of Ret'ellue-John
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes X. C. Wainwright,Lake ,West. Koclie,
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes- George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.
.; COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector Superintendent of Schools-N.. Scarritt.. Superintendent of Schools-D, H. Horn
of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
John W. Howell Fernandina. '
7 Santa Fe. < dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

& .'Edwin Higgins,Jacksonville. Superintendent of ScltoolS-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-:Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge-William Clark.
F. House St.
Augustine. Starke. Sheriff--John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. '. C'lerk-Jaml'S S. Fannin.
BBEVABD COUNTY. Assessor if Taxes:Win. H. Garland, Fer. Sheri, -J. W. Ca m pbel 1. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
1; State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James 1 S.:: Bowers. Treasurer J. P. Richards.
Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott Fer- Collector of Retenl.le-'V. B. McLeod. Collector of Retenue-Joel P. Atkins.
i I EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Tuxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.

Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H: Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of .5'c1wo/s-W. G. Cos well.

iLieutelwnt-Goveroor-Livingstoll W Bethel Assessor" of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses. Geor- botham. Callahan. ,
County Treasurer Gustav Stark Fernan- -
Key 'Vest.Secretary Collector dina. TEE, CELEBRATED
: of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig. Bre- I
vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

lahassee.Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English,' County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando.

Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee.AttorneyGeneralGeorge Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando. WOOTONSOLID DESr-cs.
P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNT Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Orlando.
hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort COMFORT OFFICE
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid Fla.Collector. j APPLI.XCESEVERYBODY
;Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of,Revenue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.
i '.Superintendent of Public Instruction'K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.

':'Foster! Tallahassee. ;. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks,
Adjutant-General'Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. DELIGHTED
Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
j BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Prolate-B. Harrison, Palatka. ik' u WITH THEM.ffo. .
1 J Robinson Tallahas-
(Commissioner A. ,
.i Middleburg.
-W. F. Forward, Palatka. t --

alee.OlerkR.. C. Long Tallahassee.Special COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. .Assessor-A. Woods..
Columbus Drew Astor
'Building Jacksonville.Agent Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Retenue-Joseph Price. 8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of
.Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. ordinary
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. __ construction when, for slight

Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. ,Collector of.Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City.: TAYLOR COUNTY. to additional cost yon can hare-

.l Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, 1 County Judge W. H. Parker, Perry. a'-' -- the benefit of our improvements -

C see. Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry.. "' ? Awkward closets
Associate JIlStice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.
side drawers done
Jacksonville. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. away with
w, Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. i q}. 'i :;i! We substitute revolving cases,

Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County Treasurer. S. Sutton :, ; ,_ which
CIRCUIT JUDGES. Perry. ; ,I :, -- swing with a slight
t First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox-'Perry' dllt '. 'ij}; '' ;t, (' i .,, touch of the hand and are
sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel.P. Smith, Jack- Assessor Collector of Ta.1'es-n.Revenue-J. B. Hardee,''Perry. i mnQ YD G !, [fjil thus enabled to furnish doubled
1 sonville. of L. Henderson. IIJIrnlWiAr.
Second Circuit-David. S. Walker, Tallahassee. ; __ I :JI
Collector""of""Revenue=Closes JrBrown, ST.-JOHN'S COUNTY. b, J k =_ ... 'it"" .... .. 7, ---- the space generally given on
4 Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. '. ', each side; and when cases are-
'Su 'ntendent' of'ScJiools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge-M. R. Cooper., St. Augus- ==='
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson tine. open, the whole interior is
sell Jacksonville. -
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ville.Fifth Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. = flooded with light and all
d Circuit-Thomas, P. King, Gainesville HAMILTON .COUNTY. .
: '
Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine No. 14 LowDown Roll Top. portions readily reached: with
County Judge-Henry, J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor '
; Slldh Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J..M. Caldwell Jasper. Augustine.of 'Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. out change; of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to

mI 4 !j Sa>cnth 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.

'. : ..4'ij Assessor of Taxes-J< M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. = -

; Court Calendar. Collector of Relenue-'V. H. H. McLeod.. Superintendent of 'Schools-C. F. Perpall, A & THE WOO TOIT
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. ,
'ij FIRST CIRCUIT of Schools-J. Reed,

I Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO,COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg Cabinet Office Secretary.

Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.Sheriff .
Iml Holmes Wednesday after 4th Mondayin ville.County Judge-W. L Frierson, Brooks- J. S. Dyches, Leesburg., I'j ,;

October. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.
Jr >. Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. I Collector of Revenue. Joseph Hutchinson, rA The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
J. B. Mickler Brooksville.
October. Sfieriff I Sumterville. to the business public. One hundred and

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

;' Oc 1 i ber.ambia. 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. r-n::: '3 ; :j one lock and key. Especially adapted for 3fer-

\\m. This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. 'SUWANEE COUNTY. "_ chants. :Manufacturers, Bankers, L'aiJroad Officials -
r 10, 1879, and does not change theSpring Superintendent of..Schools- ; M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live: r Y L j, i'r J and Professional Men generally.;
Fort Dade.
:: Term. Oak.ClerkRobert a 'r -,
;, Term- Slten"ff-John R. Sessions Live Oak.
Spring County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.
lD' i Taylor: 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Win. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G. W.Umsted.Welborn. Wootoii Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
1 'i April.Madison. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,
; 2d Monday in April. Welborn. MANUFACTURING CO.
Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. WOOTON DESK ,
i ;. Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones
I' ,Suvvanee 1st after 4th Monday Live Oak.
t : in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.CottTltyTudgeJames
t, Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter-

: .: Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. ,
: in A1 iril. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. I
: Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges Glen ,
;a Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. ,. '
",; : Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Cove. !
Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, f
,,c, ; October. Collector of Relenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen ,. :.:., :. ., ., ..,, 1,
Monticello. ...- .., ... : < ,.- ..' .
;If Madison, 2d Monday October.. Cove.Superintendent.. .,', 'w.; ..,:. ., ,;' ,;,,' .'..,. -,' '
: County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau 'Mon-
:M ; Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. of Schools-L. D. Huston. I
Sultan nee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Enterprise. ,. .. r ,
I Collector of Rez'e1me-J. H. Tucker, Mon-
in 0 tober. WAKULLA COUNTY. .
If: i Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville. ,

I:1ll: ; Octo >er. .keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood Crawfordville.
1 '. Lafayette: Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. Walker, Crawfordville. :THE FLORIDA '
I. ; in October. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts
W. J. New ,
: FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge- Dixon Troy. Crawfordville.- ,
Sheriff J J. Johnson, Old Town. _*;," IMPROVEMENT COMPANY: I
it Spring Tern'lrSt"Julm's. County 7re i r-'V. W. Walker, Craw- TOWN G
', i. : 2d Tuesday in March.Clay Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. fordville. !I. C
; 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Sc1.ools--J RamseyN Collector of Revenue-R. McMillan,Craw- I.t
: Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Fernandina, e .
County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
,; Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-H. II. Walker, Craw-
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy fordville. Towns on R. R. Line, Ir"
r", Duval 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA. ac
Fall Term-' Old Town. And Cedar Key.
,? Assessor Taxes David 'Townsend County Judge-John Chain.
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. of ,
Clerk R. R.
.4; Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Treasurer-Robert Shepard.Robinson.
Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win.,P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams.
.t ; Nassau; 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. | {Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

Y :: Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.
l I FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable

t Spring Term- ,Tallahassee.. County Judge-J,A. Fortner. Lots, suitable for Business for
Purposes, or
Treasurer J. L. Tallahassee.
Cltrk S. J.
,, S;imter, 3d Monday in March. Pearce.
I : ; Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bo wen. City or Suburban Residences, .
'. Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday ink hassee. Treasurer-F.: F. Beville. ,
t March Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee Collector of Ret'enue-J. D. Fines: ,

Levy. 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday .in Assessor of Taxes-W. Johnson. UPON EASY .TERMS. !
i ;, ; IMarch. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. McCrary. )
:Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. DADE. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to t
a t March.I 'Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.
I fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Alien E. Heyser. ; parties engaged in 'manufacturing or indus- .
t Sumter' 1st Monday in October. Collector of" RevenueB.. Barco .Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner.

1 Marion, 3d Monday in October.. Key S1/eriff-'Ym. M. Mattaur. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. : I
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Revenue-Wm. H. Ben est. erty purchased substantial improvements
; a-
11 Assessor of Taxes Wm. H. Benest.
At.i: chua, Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. ., r

I& ""November. CountyJudge-R. ){. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. "residence, or in which to conduct their !
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SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son. County Judge-George F. BaltzelL: I
t i Spring Term: Sheriff S. A. Parrimore Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. business. fttIGUUlr\.1
; : Orange, 4th Monday in January. Clerk-John M. Bl'fadison Sheriff Andrew Scott. "fECT

; Volusia 3d Monday in February. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treaurer-JamE'S E. Heam. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS P .... f' P"' t N=vn
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. I
in Madison. Collector of Ret'enuc-John B. Anderson. I ICJ1As II
i Dade Term-, 3d Monday April. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a,term of years from EQUA1'it"W
: Fall
,: Collector of Ret'cnueD.. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Sara u el J.Er wi in. I NO
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and 1 1;
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. FRAXKLIN.Countg HO rIJJ
Assessor of Taxes W.P. Mad .
Thompson, .
: szrII.rnx l'tih' :
]l revard. 4th Monday in September. ison. Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to '

'.D.ade i Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. I CHAS. W. LEWIS i I SQ ARE fJEV/YORK I
< lzeriff-S. A. Floyd. Fernandina.. I
: County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Treasurer H.jPorter. lJ'J Office. cor. Beac -\CACQ AtJQF P'f..LAN140
; County Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee. R. ? ,&7tl sts. I ILL. MASS. GA-

... ALACHUA. : Sheritf( -A. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of Rel.'eune-Georg-e A. Patton.. ". '.i >,'. ? .,' FOR SALE BY
I | County Judge-Junius C. Gardner: Gaines-. town.Assessor of Taxes-\\ F. Parrish, Braden- Assessor Superintendent of Taxes-F.of Schools J. Egbert.-Henry C. Hicks:; : :-.V-,*-5w'; .}'. ." & ;"- ; ,: :. ,.f. ,

Wile. : -- :,.. JAMES JIcGIJ..IS,
j ]. j Cferk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. 1. .w I

i \ Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge .J. R. Hams. '.. ,j ]j ; : AND BUILDER.

: I Assessor of Taxes-S. II. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves ,; \ )," CONTRACTOR

I ,; : Vlllc. Pine Level. .5'1m'iff-Tho :lI s Mitchell. : : "".f. ( ,it .'';. -: ) 'r., .,- ,' .' Alachua Street between Second and Third
4 G"lector of Im'enue-II.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. Treasurer-A.. Smith. '. .& '
j filU.-: : ", '. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall,Ocala. Collector Ret'enue-TL'f.. II. Morgan.Assetsor ; ,'. \" : : FERNANDINA, FLA.
I Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. : : ,
| of Tares-Hamilton McPhaul. l" Orders, and estimated from a distance carefully ;

.: 'i oaT' lpe. ,. ,, ; .. ," .l .. terilf--A. B. Crntchfield, ,Ocala. SuperintendentofSchofJs. -C. E. L.i i'Allison.'. : ;( attended to. :5-tf

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.EST nLISI-IED 1875. Leave Cedar A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee..................... ... 8.00 a m
Key............:..-... 7.35
7.30 Arrive.akulla ......................
VVf. J. LOHMAN'S.I Leave Rosewood........ ......... 8.078.10 ,.... 9.05 am "
-- ; .,Arrive St.'Mark's.......................... 9.30 a m
Otter Creek.................. 8.35 8.55 .
Leave St. Mark's_..... .................10.00 a. m
Leave.Bronson .........
....._.... J7.17 9.55
Arrive Wakulla...........................
anHORSEY a m
MADE GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR LARGER BUSINESS HAV- Leave Archer.........................9.48 10.30
: Arrive Tallahassee....................
; Leave Palmer..... .... ... 11.30 a m
I ingia} INCREASED STOCK OF GOODS, Leave Arredondo..10.18. .........10.03 10.49 11.06

Leave Gainesville............. CONNECTIONS.
.. .10.45 11.36 At.
UNKtT CDMrOT r1ici: Sn hi1: DRBSS G DS L LOTflIffL & ,CO. A. M.Arrive all points Jacksonville North and, with East Waycross w'ith the Line for
J Waldo...... .. ............11.27 12.30 dina & Jacksonville Short Line
for :
Leave Waldo-.......................11.40 2.00 dina and Fernan-
: BOOTS AND SHOES Leave Thurston..............:....12.03 2.30 the St.; with Steamers for all points on
;, =1 1 PHARMACISTS !1= p. M.Leave At Baldwin Johns River, with, St.Florida Augustine Transit, etc.&

and thtmiands' of other articles which I will sell for 35>> per cent less than you pay Starke.........................12.38 2.47 insular Division for Gainesville Ocala Pen-
in another house for the same Goods. Give me a call before'purchasing elsewhere, and I Leave Temple's ....................12.46 2.57 nandina. Cedar Key and all Gulf, Ports., Fer-

will convince you of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of every ten. Centre Street Leave Lawtey.._...................... 1.08 3.23 At Live Oak, with: the Savannah Florida
a.w. LOIIJI.43 Ash Sts. Leave Highland..................._ 1.33 3.45 &Western Railroad. ,
J. %; COP. Sixth and .
: Leave Maxville...................... 1.49 4.15 At Tallahassee
with St. Marks Branch
FKUXAXDIXA, FLORIDA, Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.11 4.50 Railroad
on Tuesdays. and Sat-
WHOLESALE Leave BaldWIn..........,........... 2.16 5.40 urdays.At Thursdays
AND RETAIL. constantly on hand a fine assort- Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.34 6.00 Chattahoochee River with the Pensa-

KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR Leave Dutton__................_... 2.47 6.15 cola & Atlantic Railroad for, Maria'nna. Pen-

EIGN and DOMESTIC Arrive Callahan...........?........ 3.15 6.50. .sacola Mobile
Montgomery, New Orleans +
Leave'Callahan...................... 3.22 7.10 Louisville and all ,
points West, Southwest
Leave Hart's Road Junction.... 4.10 8.06
and Northwest and with all boats
7 Drugs and Chemicals Arrive Fernanduia................ 4.35 8.40 Columbus and Eufaula. Apalachicola -

T'1 32*Day Passenger: daily except Sunday; The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
Homoeopathic and Patent-Medicines, Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR.. all points West.Through i

Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths .
--4 Proprietary and Fancy Goods, !'
: DIVISION: at' Company's Depot Ticket Office,
and at new office southwest corner of Bay t

tir r.rP Day Pas. Nt Pas. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent
Fernandina, Fla.C. .
: ji* Leave,Waldo........................ 3.08 12.40 W, MAXWELL,
I r t IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave Dixie........................... 3.27 1.10 Master of ,Transportation,
j t DCB-S :; i 1 r ,. Leave'Hawthorne"............ ...- 3.42 1.33 Baldwin, Fla.

M Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.00 2.03 D. E. MAXWELL,

;iiJ1T b bl ] Physicians' Prescriptions .Leave Orange Lake................ 4.22 2.33 General Superintendent
i r: Leave Sparr's..................-.... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina Fla. '
-r carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08
-.c i d ry ar 1 i ii iy reasonable prices. Leave Silver Spring............... 5.25 3.35
I If Savannah Florida and '
,.{ Leave Ocala............................ 5.45 4.00 I : Western
t,4 i n Leave Lake Weir Station_...... 6.25' 4.50 RAILWAY. I

FIRE WOOD: AND LUMBER ,Arrive Oxford....................... 6.42 5.09 I

Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. t
FOR SALE CHEAP; : Arrive Leesburg.....:..............'7.33 6.10
N All ;train of this road are run by Central
EDGINGS AND SLABS, ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
10 cents load.. A;M. P.![.
slower than
; ; per Leave Leesburg...................... 6.50 6.00 Jacksonville time.ON .
:ouiwpua Co NY ROUGH LUMBER, Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00
From $5 to $10 per M ft., Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 and after Sunday, November 2,1884,
according to quality. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas

A. :B. NOYE, DRESSED LUMBER, Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.42 follows:
$12 to $20 M. feet. Leave Silver Spring............... 8.47 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
DEALER IN per Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:40 a m

Orders by Telephone promptly attended to Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.45 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm
FAl\III.JYSUPPLIES.; HEAVY GROCERIES, WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.08 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:20 a m !
Leave Lochloosa..10.02 10.45 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m
Steam Saw and
Planing Mill. Arrive at Thpmasville daily at...... 1:30
Stores Leave Hawthorne..10.23 11.15 p m
and Grain Ship Office foot Centre Street. 8
Hay; Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......- 3:30 p m
A.M. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m

FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS, SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Arrive Waldo.... ..... .............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m Ir
'" Arrive at Mobile daily at.-............ 2:40 a m .
CROCKERY HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE .JI2 Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m "

Night Passenger daily.F. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 1:30 p in
Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m ,
Prices Low' as the: Lowest. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-

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

Leave Fernandina-....................10.45 a. m. .Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns-
AN ORDINANCEEntitled AN ORDINANCE Leave Hart's Road.......................11.15 a. m. wick take this train, arriving at.Brunswick I
NO HEAT!-NO DUSTBUT Arrive Jacksonville.............. ......12.30 a.in. via B. & W. R. R. at 1.00 p. m.
an Ordinance to Amend tiLe Police Or- An Ordinance ,for Fixing the Rate of Assess Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this +, t
dinance 23 1877. ment Taxation the Year 1885. GOING NORTH. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola
Approved May JOT for A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque Leave Jacksonville...................... 2.30p.m. and New Orleans. Mobile
>E IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY. E IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY Leave Hart's Road....................... 3.05 p. m.
B Council of Femiandiua: B Council of Fernandina: Sea Islands. Arrive Fernandina..................... 4.15 p. m. i Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville ,
to Cincinnati via Jesup.
SECTION 1. The >Jayor shall keep a docket .SECTION 1. That for the purpose of meet- .*Trains daily except Sunday. p
book, in which he shall enter the title of ing the" current expenses of said city, and I SUNDAY EXCURSION. ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS. t!
1 @-A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE-a Leave Jacksonville daily at ......... 1:25
every case brought before him, all adjournments the past due indebtedness thereof, for the A.)[. P. M. p m

the time and! manner of the trial or year 1884 there be raised, by a levy upon -- Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:30 p m i
other disposition of the case, the judgmentand the real and personal property of the cityas THE STEAMER Arrive Fernandina................10.35 8.04 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:04 p m f

sentence, including the costs assessed, assessed, a tax of twelve and one-half Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 4.30 Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 3:50 p m
the names of all witnesses sworn on the trial, (121)) mills on the dollars as follows: Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 p in
and all other proceedings had by and before. For current expenses.1 per cent. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p m

him in each case, and he shall sign his For.pastdue,. Bonds....................2J mills. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa
after CONNECTIONS.AT vannah. This train at all local sta-
name threto rendering judgment.SEC. stops
SEC. 2. That the one ((1)) per cent of the
2. Whenever any tine or costs shallbe tax above assessed for current expenses tions between Jacksonville and Savannah.FAST .
imposed on any person convicted of any FERNANDINA, FLA., MAIL. ,
be in cash but that
paid scrip the
offense, the :Mayor shall commit the accusedto of the tax or, or the; two and one-half remainder With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m t

the custody of the.Marshal with orders to ((21)) mills of the tax thus assessed shall be ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 "m
collect the said fine and costs and turn said paid in cash bonds ST. NICHOLAS for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 3:10 p m
tines and costs over to the Mayor, and if the Passed first or December coupons. 3 With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at'Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m

said fines and costs are not paid immediately Passed second reading reading December, 3 1884.1884. LEAVES FERNANDINA EVERY :MON- nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 6:35 p m s
to commit the prisoner to the city jail, December Friday mornings. CALLAHAN. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
3 1884.
there to be imprisoned until said tine and Adopted Returning, leaves SAVANNAH, foot of To and from Savannah and Charleston Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m
G. F. VERY President. ,
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costs shall be paid; provided that such Imprisonment ,Attest Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday I I and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive Washington.D.b., Oaily..ll:00 p m
shall not exceed one day for : mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m
each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine Clerk BALDWIN, FLA., Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Can
and costs. Approved: For Regular and Specia.l.Excursion TicketsTO To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Jacksonville to New York without change.
All W. II. POPE Mayor. I and all points South, West, and Northwest,
SEC. 3. persons imprisoned in the JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.
city jail under sentence of the Mayor's I daily. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:00 p m !
Court, or for failure to pay a fine and costs, .. AUSTIN: :: Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:50 a m
'may be employed, by direction of the Mayor, 7 To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 7:50 p m I
at labor upon the streets or public works of MANUFACTURER OF apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull WILDWOOD. Arrive at Waycross daily at-.........10:05: p m

the city, and'all persons imprisoned for nonpayment and Bryan streets, Savannah. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Jesup daily at...............11:55 p m +
of tines and costs shall receive a Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND Brunswick passengers either way will be Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Macon daily at............... 7:50 am
credit! at the rate of one dollar per day, with transferred at St. Simons by Steamer Ruby. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............11:59 a m
subsistence Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri- Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
for such labor which shall be With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
credited DEALER IN val will be at risk of consignee.F. Waycross. and Pullman Palace Sleeping
on the amount of fine and costs West and Havana every Saturday; for New
charged against them. W. SIMMONS: Agent, Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. '
SEC. 4. The Marshal, under the direction Fernandina, Fla.C. Havana Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and '
and supervision of tlfe, Mayor, shall have 1ALftJ R FFI B an mK ST V WILLIAMS Savannah, Gen. Ag't Ga., every Saturday.every Atlantic and :East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia Railroads for all West and
charge and control of the city jail and of all With Tampa Steamship Company'sSteamers points
prisoners confined therein, and shall be re- Manager. for and from Key West, :Monday and Northwest.

sponsible for their sal keeping and propercare. Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Monday EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.

All persons arrested by the Police of -- IIIILr RAILROAlJS.TUlE and Friday. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 8:50 p m
| this city for any offense,either with or with- For information respecting routes, 'rates, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 6:15 a m

out a warrant shall I t* immediately delivered etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Callahan daily at....._... 9:35 p m
by the officer making the arrest to the l CARD dina'or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Waycross daily at..........11:40 p m
Marshal at the jail, together with the war- OF THE I sonville. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m

rant such or statement of the cause of arrest, and FLORIDA RAILWAY\ NAVIGATION COMPANY. Leave Live Oak daily at......?........ 8.50pm

person shall thereupon; be held in cus- FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm
tody order by the Marshal, subject!! to the. further In Effect July 13th, 1884. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:00 a m

of the Mayor. : CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at Albany daily at-............10:30 a m
SEC. 5. The Marsha shall keep a recordof h TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m
J .all prisoners confined in the city jail, (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE ) .. ..
Arrive at Jesup daily at..y... .. .. 3:42 a m
P.ving the date of their commitment and (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.No.l. Arrive at Brunswick daily at......- 6:15 a m
discharge, by what and for what (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) No.3.
authority Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m
cause and shall report morning to the 5 Accom. Mail. daily .......
every GOING Arrive at Charleston at; 12:40 p m
Mayor Leave Jacksonville....... 7.35 a m 6.30 m
a list of all prisdners received by him SOUTH.Day p
Pas. Pullman Palace Cars Jackson-
Nt Pas.
fl nng the hours. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.16am 7.40pm
Stc. twenty-four A.M. P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 8.18am 8.50pm ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
C. All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. Leave Fernandina..................10.25 5.05 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
Lake City........... 9.48am 11.14pm
conflicting with the of
provisions Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 5.40 to St. Louis via Thomasville.
this LiveOak............10.37am 1.10pm
.Ordinance are hereby repealed. Arrive Callahan...................11.15 6.10 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack-
COOKlMi UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS Madison ............12.12pm 3.40am
c first reading December 9, 1884. Leave Callahan.....................11.22 6.40 .. sonville to Washington D. C. Pullman
Monticello..... 6.50am
second reading December 9, 1884. ,. Leave Dutton..... ............ ;....12.18 7.15 3.10pm Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to .Savan-
Passed Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.36pm 8.10am
its third reading and De-
adopted LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS P.M. nah. Connections at Montgomery with
Leave Tallahassee....... 2.40 m 8.50 a m
[ aber9,1834. Leave Brandy Branch...........12.32 8.07 p Louisville and Nashville Railroad for New
G. Quincy..... .... 3.43pm 10.50am
President of Council.
Arrive Baldwin..12.50 8.40 Orleans and Texas points and the West and
j \tt WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Chatta.-River-... 4.50 m 12.50 a m
est: Leave Baldwin.....................12.55 9.15 Arrive p Northwest. At Savannah'with Central
EMIL 0. FRIENP, Clerk. Leave :Maxville.................... 1.17 9.45 EASTWARD.No. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Approved:: DRIVEN WELLS A Leave Highland..................... 1.35 10.06 2. No: 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -

w. H. POPE.: SPECIALTY 'Leave Lawtey.....................- 1.49 10.24 Accom. Mail. for 'all points North, with steamships
.Leave Temple's...................... 2.05 10.49 LeaveChatt'chee River.10.45 a m 2.00 p m for'New York, Philadelphia, Boston and
W. K. 15AUKXIGIIT, AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. Leave Starke......................... 2.30 10.57 Quincy............12.10am 3.43pm Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Leave Thurston..................- 2.42 11.16 Arrive Tallahassee-...... 1.20pm 5.15pm New York. Philadelphia Baltimore.
AGENT Wind :Mills for pumping water or running Arrive Waldo....................... 2.02 11.46 Leave.Tallahassee ........ 1.27 pin 5.50.pm Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,light machinery promptly erected order. A.M. Monticello-.......12.45pm 8.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage

BurcHER AND SfOCK DEALER, Church, Factory and School Bells on for sale Leave Waldo......................... 3.09 1.15 Madison ............ 4.10pm 10.35pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths ;
ANDDealer at a bargain. Leave Gainesville.................. 3.48 2.20 LiveOak.5.31pm 12.55am and sections' secured at Company's office in
3J Stoves at Wholesale Prices. Leave Arredondo................... 4.09 2.46 Lake City......... 6.26pm 2.55am Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot -

in Ice All goods delivered at the various trans- Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.21 2.55 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.53 pm 5.40 am Ticket Office, and on board People's i
TF\SESSEE BEEF| portation stations within the city free of Leave Archer........................ 4.36 3.27 ;Leave Baldwin............ 7.56 p m 6.10 a m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand I
1; SPECIALTY, charge. All sales for cash. Leave Bronson............-......... 5.05 '4.15 ArriveJacksonville......., 8.37 pm 7.20 am JENNIE LANE. I.
,BROOM STREET WHARF, Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.42 5.05 Trains 1 and daily; Trains and .4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR,
CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Leave Rosewood....*..............- 6.15 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent.A. :

l9-tf FERNANDINA: ,. FLA. Fernandina, Fla., July'12,18s4. I Arrive Cedar Key.................. 6.45 6.35 will run Mondays. )f. IVES, Ajrent.i. : .

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RANK BURGLARY. I Church Private Hoard, ; .: >, ', -
THE FLORIDA MIRROR. St. Peter's ;.."\ ,. .,.
: Rev. O. P. THACKABI. Rector. At the Brick Cottage on Seventh,street. ; :. : >
-' near Egmont Hotel. :
.I ; ;?i.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS OUR CLUB'S NAME. Morning, with Sermon, 1030a. m. Eve Offers pleasant rooms well furnishedwith -.... c :V, .... "?:- .
without board. Transient boarders will } ;' "
"Who steals my,purse steals trash, ning, with Sermon, 7 p. m. Sunday Schoolat or .:
be accommodated.
Reflection*. ,But he who filches from me my good name, 3 p. m. MBS. T. P. G. THOMPSON.
Robs me of that which not enriches him, LENTEN SERVICES:
Fernandina Fla. 10, 1885.
Rev. C..M. Beck with and wife returned to .And makes me poor indeed.". Morning Prayer, Litany, Wednesday and Two

Atlanta yesterday morning.The We observe by the New York Herald of Friday, 7:30 a. m. Evening Prayer, daily, A Great Reduction Millionsof
January 2d, that sU1I'e gentlemen met in except Saturday 4:30 p: m.
brick work on the new building for Wall street in that city, on New Year's In Dress and House-Furnishing Goods, of
Mr. W. A. Williams is nearly completed. Day and formed a yacht club under the AT PAUL FUNKE'S. acres Farming, Orano-e
First Sunday in every month, 10:30 a. m.; I Timber ,and >
name of"The Florida Yacht Club. They
The United States Revenue Cutter elected :Mr. Carnegie of Dungeness, for com- third Sunday in every month, 7 a. m. Dur- Call and See the Great Bargains Lands"

Boutwett, called into port on Tuesday last.' modore; and S. A.Swann,Fernandina for ing 7:30 Lent, every Sunday except. first Sunday In Blankets. at J. &'KYDD'S. ,. situated in 29 counties, andcomprising
secretary. None of the names of the other a. m.
Col J. C. Read, cleared the Norwegian gentlemen OTE-The time is Standard. the lands bought
familiar to read-
present are our
bark 'St. Joseph, Christiansen master for The seats in this Church are free at all Blankets' and Comforts Sir Edward
: ers or to us, as they are presumed to belong services. Below cost, AT PAUL 's.by! J. Reed, from
Buenos Ayres, Wednesday last. to New York.Dungeness.
the State of
is on Cumberland Island andis in 1881
Mis? Clara"Prescott returned on Wednesday Presbyterian Church. Splendid Stock of Fine ClothingJust "
: Georgia that is
Territory ; yet supposed offered
are now
: last from Baltimore, where she has beenin to be the headquarters of this "Florida" Service at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. received at J. & T. KYDD'S. at graded

attendance at the Notre Lame College for club. The only objection we have, though To-morrow morning sermon to the chil- Novelties prices. These lands were se
to the whole proceeding is that the true and dren. Singing by the Sunday-school.
Young Ladies. original Florida Yacht Club's home is herein Night subject: ",Can there any Good In Shawls, Nubias and Jerseys, lected by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

At:the meeting of the County Commis- Jacksonville, where it has a clubhouse, Thing come out of Nazareth?" John 1:46. AT PAUL FUNKE'S. ley, late Commissioner of
sioners this week two hundred and fifty boats, etc. ; its commodore is L. I. Fleming
and it is in a flourishing condition. What Egniont Hotel Arrivals.R Fresh Sauerkraut State Land Office, and Mr.

names of legally 'registered voters were right has anybody in New York or Dungeness H Little l M Bnttler. New York ; S B At JACOB KLARER'S M.- A. Williams ]late

selected and placed in the jury box. or anywhere else, to assume its name? Toby, Newark.- N J ; N C Cook, Pennsylvania Cur. Sixth and Ash sts. [ agent for

,The steamship City of Palatka, while tryingto .A rose by any other name would smell as ? N .E. Farrel, Waldo; S Mayer. M sale of State lands, which fact
sweet. Can our Fernandina contemporary, UlImanW T Jones, R D Mehan, D H Ter- Clam Chowder
make Broome street dock on Wednesday the Mirror, give us any explanation of this rell, Georgia; W A Brannen Arcola, Ga; This evening, at is a guaranty of their hiahquality.

I 'last .was carried by the force of the wind flat burglaryTimesUnion., F M Christian, Savannah : R P Thomas and tf J. FRED LOHMAN'S. The purchase known ,

then blowing with such violence against the We should be glad to enlighten the Times- wife San Francisco ; Walton Ferguson and ,

I dock as to demolish some forty feet of it. Union, but have no official means of doingso. Walton Ferguson, Jr. Pittsburg; T M Car- J. & T. 'Kydd as the Reed Purchase was only
negie, Dungeness Prof H Ferguson Hartford -
1 The steamship San Antonio carried the following In old ,times there were always two Ct; J K Russell; and Fred W Hostard, Will have, on arrival' of New York steamer opened for sale this year and

cargo from this port to New York, Floridas. of late years we have been in the New York ; Geo L Aarons, New Orleans ; the coming week, a full line of Velvet and the lands have not been culled
Smyrna and Mats at prices to suit
J M Bussell Schemer M Rugs the.
J M Sr
habit of speaking of Florida" as a unit but Altmayer, ,
i Thursday evening: 654 bales of cotton, 1.333 Goodman, Savannah. Ga; John M Tate, trade., for the holidays. or picked over. No part has
there still Floridas.
practically are two
packages oranges 942 cases cedar, 116 barrels Pittsburg; S N Van Praag, Pensacola; H C Hollandlsh been reserved in
j rosin, 16 barrels spirits turpentine, 98 sacks One is sometimes called Jacksonville, for Cook and Miss H G Cook, Pennsylvania ; Herring. any manner,

4 cedar sawdust, 59 cans shrimp, 47 packages short, and the other comprises the people S C Hill New York ; James C. Hunter. At- Just arrived, at Cor.JACOB Sixth and KLABEB'S.Ash s ts.. and the whole is open for sal eSpecial .
lanta Ga Brockton Mass.
outside of Jacksonville.The ; ,
merchandise. I prices on I large tracts.

: new Yacht Club, we suppose, repre- Call and ExamineOur Overcoats'and Winter Clothing* Timber lands
I The Jacksonville papers advertise dancing virgin forests in
t: sents the Florida outside of Jacksonvillle. 50 cent Corsets. ,MODE BBO'S At cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.At .
lessons to be given by a Prof. Haley. For
and as the yachts are expected to float on bodies of 50,000 acres and! up.

the benefit of his friends in this city we, the waters of Cumberland Sound and in the Range of Thermometer Bargains in Dress Goodsvards.. Lands sold for cash

state that this is not our ex-Mayor, but spore; FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JANUARY 9TH, ,
harnor of Fernandina and'not to be J. & T. KYDD'S.Notice
kept :
I!1 other Haley. Our ex-Mayor has gone int6a 1885"Af HORSEY's DRUG STORE. or on long? time.
in ,the yacht house on Cumberland Island,: 7 A.M. 12 M. 3 P.M. 6 P.M. WIND. '
feIf more solid business-that,of a real estate: it was a proper and handsome tribute to our Saturday, Jan. 3..57 63 63 61 N. E. to Tax Payers. The Florida Land ;and.Mortgage t C o.
TheTaa Book for 1884 been ,
bro.ker-at Orlando. Just fancy our Haley, Sunday, 4..56 62 62 61 N. E. placed
; : State by these gallant yachtsmen to name Monday, 5..56 62 61 60 N. E. in my hands, I am now ready receive: the (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
'with his 275 pounds avoirdupois as a dancing ...
-'r E.tiVednesday .
their club the Florida Yacht .Club as being Tuesday 6. .57 63 62 61 N. State and County taxes for the present year.
7..58 70 68 66 N. E.
; intended to be comprehensive, and to Thursday, 8..43 60-60 56 N. W. May be found at my office on Second street

r1I : A special dispatch to the Times-Union embrace a grand yacht association of all Friday, "? 9..45: 62 62 60 S. W. next to Prescott's shoe store, on Wednesdays -
: .' and Saturdays when not on a collect-
+ gives the following names as having been clubs' to rendezvous 'in Florida, waters. MARINE. ing tour in the country. .

sent in to the Senate by Governor Perry : The gentlemen who ,have formed the club, W. F. SCOTT

*j5; Chief Justice...................A. J. McWhorter naturally 'inferred that any existing yacht Port of Fernandina. Fernandina.Collector Nov.of Revenue for Nassau'Co.

1, Associate Justice....:........ George P. Raney club in Florida would bear the name of their HIGH WATER. 15,1884.

Comptroller; ..........................W. J. Barnes localities and'were not-apprised of the name Sunday Saturday, January" 10.11.......... 352 4:14": A. 3[. 3:45 4:36"p. M.

t Supt. Public Instruction.........A. J. Russell of"the Jacksonville club. At,all events, we Monday, 12...... 5:05: ," 526: "
13 5 >3" 6:13"
,, jutan t-General.................... David'Long hope our esteemed contemporary,the Times- Tuesday Wednesday, 14....;. 6:39": 6:58 -

It is also' rumored that State Treasurer Thursday, 15...... 7:22" 7:40" ,
Union will in view of this exis- .
quiet '
very Friday, 16...... 8:03 8:21" .
'I ngl3! will retain his position, and that tence of the Florida! Yacht Club of Jacksonville ENTERED. THE 'NEWPORT OF THE SOUTH.

.Hon. Samuel Pasco will be, Secretary of relieve the Florida Yacht Club in Steam-packet .Thomas Collyer, Dennette,= from

m Stkte.i Brunswick daily with freight and pas-
malice in '
> partibusof any prepense assumingso sengers, to F. W. Simmons, agent. :
kim Mr. Wm. C. Southwick, of Poughkeepsie, natural and,suggestive a name. Jan. Steamship,, San Antonio, Wilder, from
Nework: freight and to dJIHE EGMONT !
passengers. HOTEL?
list- N, Y., arrived in this city by the Mallory .R.W. Southwick,

.J' steamship San Antonio last ,Tuesday. Mr. Mrs. Grundy Says: Steamship City of alatka Vogel, from
That there several morals illus- Charleston; freight and passengers,
were good ,
i Southwick,is the father of Mr. R. W. South- to W. O. Jeffreys agent. '
trated in "M'liss of GEORGE MELLON. Proprietor,
; Steamship City Monticello. McKee, ,
wick., the agent of the Mai lory s at this port, -
f That "M'Liss" seemed to have a affectionate from Charleston: freight and passengers -
and of Royal C. Southwick. the handsome. very to W. O. Jeffreys, agent

purser of the San Antonio. The old gentle- nature; 5-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina from .(, :
That if the had been and passengers, to
man, though 78 years' of age, is still an ardent play long enough, F. W. Simmons agent. r"sCJ-i
she would have hugged the whole troupe ; 5-am-packet Anita, Bravo, from Savan-
L. lover piscatorial sport, which he will nah freight and passengers, to F. W.
+ I enjoy to his hearts content in the waters That the Jacksonvillians have "no use".for Simmons, agent. _
her 3-Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen from f
about Amelia. The fishing club' will have ; Savannah; freight and passengers, to ;::
That she "too for the
\' to get up a special excursion to the "south- was previous" -troupeof F. W. Simmons, agent.
home talent 8-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from
r end" after some of those thirtyfive.and. ; Savannah; freight and passengers, to
I forty pound bass. That she got her "reward"'just a little too F. W. Simmons, agent. 3a
soon for them. 7-Steam-packet Anita, Bravo from Savan-
The Rev. Archdeacon Kirkby who has and passengers. to F. W.
o Simmons
That there were eight steamers in port agent.
I been a missionary for seventeen years in Wednesday.That 7-Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen from I hl f.
iritish Columbia between Hudson and and passengers, to = .', c
; there is little fear of an ice famine F. W Simmons agent. u I !d IIlllullll'IIIIIIIUI WIIIIUI uulmlii nfiIII ImiH, 4unlwb.wiw t Iii __
:uie. Mackenzie river, gave a very interesting this V Schooner l year; Charleston; ballast, to master.
lecture: of 'his'experiences at St. Peter's Schooner Jewett from St. Pierre 4 ,
| That old Boreas was running',his ice.machine Anita, "''''' r r
: .Church' on Tuesday evening last. Unfortunately 4 Martinique; ballast, to master. IIIIIIIIIII _
? down in Maine to its fullest capacity, fm. S S
} ; rain had been falling very heavily : CLEARED.
FI last week. Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette,. for --- F r
i all day until late in the evening and in consequence -
; Brunswick daily, with freight and
That "Uncle": Dorsey, near the jail i!, has
i the audience was not very large. passengers,by F'. W. Simmons Wilder. = ,, 4 -
strawberries.That .
: ripe Jan. 8SteamshiCity of San Antonio, -
| This'is much to be regretted, as many lost a Joe Lefils is an excellent hand at "* for New.York; freight and passengers, "I.- >04.''
I -
by R. W. Southwick agent. -- -
; rare treat. The Rev. Archdeacon will be -
dressing a show window. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for .tavrscwosl'w: --
; : again in our city in about two weeks, at That there is a sudden decrease in the Charleston; freight and passengers,by f;

theconvocation of the clergy here when.we W. O. Jeffreys, agent. OPPOSITE THE ORANGE .PALMETTO PARK,
volume of"small change ; 6-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
Jiope he may be prevailed upon to give another for Charleston; freight and passengers,
That account for it in
we can only one
W. O. .
.. lecture. by FloridAmazeen' FERNA 1 DIN FLORIDA.
'r; way; Steam-packet: ,for Sa- :. .. ,
and -
it Death of one ,of the oldest!Residents.Mr. That all the youth in town are hoardingfor ,}.W. Simmons, agent. passengers' ., by ,
Steam-Packet St. Nicholas Usina for .
Thomas B. Bellows, perhaps the circus day ; Savannah; freight and pssengers, by .,-" .: : NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
IK] : oldest resident on Amelia Island died That she wants to borrow a small boy to F. W. Simmons, agent. '. .;.
.::;,1; 'f'
Steam-packet Anita, Bravo, for Savan- '.
take to'see the animals! "
Tuesday night last, after a lingering illness. nah; freight and passengers, by F. W.. .

Mr. Bellows was the father-in-law of :Mr. That she, does not feel. it just the thing to 7 Simmons, agent.Steam.packet 'Anita. Bravo, for Savan '

P. W. O. Koerner, now of Ellaville, but go alone on account of the great immoralityof nah.freight and passengers, by F. W.

chief of the Florida such shows Simmons, agent. '
formerly engineer ; 8-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for
Transit Railroad, who was at once' telegraphed That if she can go with little boy and Savannah; freight and passengers, by -

r [ for, but owing to a miscarriage of show him the, wickedness of the thing and. ", 7--Steam-packetrF4orida,F.-w. Simmons agent.,,Amazeen, for Sa- GET OUR PRICESFOE

the telegram""he did not reach this city until '"point a moral," she would be glad to do so ;' .J' van ah;,freight.and passengers, by. .

Thursday evening. Tne.funeral took place That she hopes- this notice will bring' 'the 7-Bark'-Stf F. Ay Joseph immons,(Nor.,*'agent.), Christiansen, fort r

yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, from the loan of a boy; ''Buenos Ayres; lumber, by J..C. Read.
6-Schooner Andrew Nebinger,Johnson,for -
Catholic church, from whence the body was That she would capture one onI c's boys,. Philadelphia;lumber, by Mizell Bros.

taken to the,old Usina burying plot, in the if she was dead sure,he would not be.i missed. .
Atlantic Pavilion.Mrs. ++++ I i I+++++++-+++ I
[Old Town cemetery, and there interred. at bed time..

l'; Mr. Bellows, at his demise was in'his 85th That the St.John's bards getting considerable Sweeney, would pleased to see her
friends and the old patrons of 'the ," Idle i
I year. lIe leaves surviving him a,wife, and, attention just now;
: { two daughters.several grand and great grand That without doubt all obstacles will be Hour," at the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia ISASH3i

Beach, where she is now established.List .
1 children. removed from ,ours when, Charley .Dough. =:
i .
erty takes his
.. of Letters .
Wrecked on Hatteras Shoals.
: That political aspirants never: fail to Remaining the Post-Office at ''Fernan +r-}++--+++++++f-++-F++

: ; : I. The schooner Isaac L. Clark, of this port, further the influence they expect ;tobe' able ,I dina,Nassau county,'Florida,'at'January 10,

-; j bound. here from Fernandina, Fla., was to control. 1885. Persons calling for these letters. must

'. ashore Hatteras shoals ,they are advertised: .. .. Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
I yesterday reported on That we may look for the yacht :Atalanta say .
; a total wreck. All hands were saved. The before long. Blue, Elizzebeth : .Jones, Ned -
Clarke, Rosa tanse.-HS
4 j;. Isaac L. Clark was a clipper-built vessel, ;That, times, ve been:so prosperous and. Carr, Jane a .Lynch, John

: < especially designed' for the 'coastwise trade propitious with Paul JFunke,., that. be has Conn, J'Ohl1"f3' j"& ,[.' 1.ee, Walter :

; j i between Florida and' this port. She was caught the complaint of alt rich 'epicures Cain-Mrs.Mary F Montgomery);: G ,A LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVEDVRMD .

t; launched in 1874, at Bridgeton( N. J.-_;. and' ;-the rheumatic gout; Clark; ,Mrs M'G McCan, Henry "
Curtis, James AMorris, Duffie
} was owned in this city. She was 335 tons That she sympathizes 'with 'him",asshe. Brooks'R )[cRae, Ed ,

:, register and commanded by,Captain* John ;knows how it it is" herself. ColeinatvWalter: ".''McDohnellson, Jos '. '

H. Cr mmer.-PJtia elphia,, Times,.Jan.6. Dozier. Iinta .. Orsy;",,Ned

',',1 Special Low PricesIn Dorsen, D A Perry, Judge W. HOYT & jO..,
01 Emerson. Clara Roberts Burton
:r : Bleached and Brown Cotton, on Wednesday ,
;. .; More Towels Frazier..G T. Turner J W
i ." : the 14th. At :MODE'BRO'SHaytcood's'11ancGrenade'Flre '. '... ,
;: '; At 50 cents per dozen, m'!1 Monday, January :Frear, H H' 'Treming, Rachel

r 12th, At MODE 13R0'S. Ex-._ Gail Joseph Thomas,Josie .
-' Harding. Wm Ward.' :_McIntosh ,,., SECOND STREET, ,,ABOVE CENTRE,
) : t.
1 .
> tingutsherFor'sale
'Jones White Moses '
.ii-h-: : Jack' ,
Call and See
': by E. S. Loomis. Johnson, Mrs J' Williams, Doctor
',;; I i Our Ladies French Curisote Kid Shoes. at Price'$10.00 per dozen. Walker, George Woodar; A T
I <' ;' $4.25 per pair. MODE BRO'S. 5.50 per half dozen. S. T. RIDDELL P. M. F"' E :a. 1V A. NDI: N .A. JFI: : L -.




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