Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00250
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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 17, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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Of; l IJTPBOFIA'G, BUSINESS. A few years ago there was talk of an DEATH OFSCHUYLER COLFAX., fore, needs pinning. Such a plant would Traveler's Guide....

The sighs of business improvement exodus on a large scale. For party revolutionize the cotton industry of the
sa.s'the Philadelphia Times, purposes the Republicans encour- AFTER ALIGHTING FROM A TRAIN. Day Passenger Train leaves '

which week ago were only faintly aged it. After much suffering, many MINNEAPOLIS, 'MINN., Jan. 13.ExVice- GREAT FRUIT SHOW OF 1S85. For all Cedar points Key on and Transit Wi Id P.nad..l0.25 wood.and a. fU.

cUscvrnaljle<< continue to increase. of the deluded emigrants reachedthe President Schuyler Colfax dropped dead in TO BEHELDON THE GROUNDS OF THE ForSavannah and all points North

: Omaha depot at Mankato at 10:20 o'clock PARK ASSOCIATION UNDER .THE SPECIAL STATE: and West.................................10.25. R. n\.
land that.had been pictured to
resumption of work in the iron (connecting at Callahan.
this morning. He arrived by the,Chicago, MANAGEMENT OF TilE FLORIDA FRUIT )
and steel furnaces and mills of Cleveland them as a.political 'and,material El- Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad and walked GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. For Tallahassee' ,Pensacola.and all
points on Florida Central &
JUDGES-Dr. C. J. Kenworthy and.Dr. Geo. '
seems ,to have been followed by dorado, and the sequel is now being over to. the Omaha depot. He took off his W. Davis of Duval County ; A. I. Bid- : Western Railroad.:...........'... ....10.25 a-, m.

similar i ajitipn in several. the iron 'told. in the"Western and Southwest-. overcoat and almost immediately fell over well, of Orange; p. P. Rooks, of Sumter; (connecting at Baldwin.)
and expired. His death is supposed tc have George R. Fairbanks of :Nassau ;' H. S. Day Passenger Train arrives-
c ltres, and more activity is apparent newspapars. They are leaving been caused by heart disease. 0 William, of Brevard ; ,Dr.ll. H.l\1dlvaine, From Cedar Key Wildwood, and
Kansas hundreds and are as anx- : of Levy ; W. S. Allen, of Monroe! and Dr. all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 p.,m.
than by
iron and steel trade
in tho :Mr. Colfax:walked to the depot, a distanceof John,,A. Brosnaham, of Escambia. From_Savannah und: all points in '

ai; yny lime during. the last' ninety ious to get away from that State as three-quarters""a mile, with the thermometer ; LIST OF PREMIUMS-REGULATIONS,ETC. From the North and,West..............._ 4.35p.m..

(114.; |V: better demand is they were to get to it. The St. Louis 30 degrees below....zero. After' ar-- 1. Best collection and display of all points Tallahassee on the, Florida Pt'nsacola.Icl Central .4' : ;

riving at the depot he lived, .only five min- Citrus Fruits, grown in Florida$100X &; Western Railroad............... '4.35kp-m_
noted for bituminouscpal Republicari-says : ..... ... .. #. ,...., .,
accordingly: ; ; utes. It is supposed that,the extreme cold Second sea ; : : ... ............ 50 00 ,'
Night Train leat.csFOt
We hear from Texas that colored immi- 2. Best collection and display of -
and 4 yoke as a natural conse- subsequent heat and over- .xertion caused a Fruits all varieties in Cedar Key Wildwood and all
< iicc of.the; increased activity in grants are coming into that State from.Kan stoppage of the flow" of blood to the heart. }Florida........:.....;.._.grown.............. 50 00 points on the Transit Road..;..? 5.05.p. m.
fiK They.belong to the colony of Louisiana For Savannah and all points North
3. Best collection and
tho iron ;industry. A marked incase colored people whose exodus to Kansas a Word has been sent'to theJamil of the deceased .display of Or 00 and West........... ....:............... '5.05 p. m..
and President Arthur has also been
in the, number of factories of few years ago attracted so much attention.It Second best............................... 10 00 (connecting at Callahan.)
notified, and orders are now,awaited. '4. Best Peck of Oranges, 10 00 For Tallahassee, ensacola,and all
various: Minds in New England, ,is stated: that they found the struggle for Schuyler Colfax, who was the 17th Vice- Second best.-one variety........ 5 00 points on the Florida Central &
life harder in Kansas than in Louisiana Western Railroad............ ......
; 5.05p.m.
5. Best one hundred Oranges.......... 10 00 ?
t have resumed business since President of the United States, was born in
]hieji that they met with an unwelcome receptionfrom New Second best............................... 5 00 (connecting at Baldwin.)
noted. York city.March 231823.. In 1852 he 6., Best ........... Night Passenger Train an-ires-
the first cff the year, is also the Kansas farmers, and that: most of two boxes Oranges .. 10 00
was a delegate to the Whig National Convention Second best...........;.................... 5 00 From Cedar Key. Wildwood and
TaWn: altogether, the tendency to them, after vainly seeking employment on at Baltimore, which appointed him 7. Best New Seedling Orange, raisedin : all points on the Transit Road... 8.40 a. m.
i industrial and commercial farms, drifted into the towns and cities Florida not less than ten From Savannah and all points in
greater t; its Two later he
;: : where they earned a precarious livelihoodin .. Secretary. years was specimens.............................. 10 00 the North and West................. 8.40 a. m.
activity soems to have become quite odd elected a,, representative in Congress by the Second best................................. 5 00 From Pensacola. Tallahassee and
low menial service and by picking up newly-formed Republican'' party, and was 8. Best dozen Navel Oranges.......... 5 00 all points on Florida Central &
general.) Prices and wages are jobs. The fact that they have begun to return re-elected 'for the six following terms. In' 9. Best dozen Mandarin or Tan- Western Railroad..................... 8.4Q a. m.

htillj:and it is possible that the re- to the South. seems to show' that they the Thirty-fifth Congress Mr.: Colfax was gierine Oranges...................... 5 00 FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE'R.. R.
found in the of Kansas bet- 10. Best dozen Maltese Blood Oranges 5 00 Train leaves .
of in in- have not people life daily except Sunday- .
ttiiuption production many Chairman,of Committee on Post Best *
11. of
display Oranges on one For'Jackson v1I1e........................
knees be in anticipation of a ter friends than they had in the people of Offices and Post Roadg'-. '1J1ich place he con-' limb...............;................. ... 5,00 10.45 a. m,
may Louisiana nor in the inhospitable climate of 12. Best peck of Lemons.................. 20 00 Train arrives daily! 'except Sunday .
jenuind which is only probable and the former State a happier home than' the tinned to occupy until his;,election, December Second best................................ 10 00 From, Jacksonville...................... 4.15p.m. 'I
7, 1883. as Speaker of'the Thirty-Eighth 13. Best dozen Citrons........ ........... 5 00 SuntlJ1101lIy- :
lot actual. one they abandoned in the latter. Northern Congress. He was re-elected'Speaker in 1865, 14., Best dozen Shaddock.................. 5 00 For Jacksonville....................... 7.00 a. nu

i There is good reason to believe, Republicans can waste an immense and again in 1807. In May,' 1808. the Republican 15. Best dozen Grape-Fruit: .............. 10 00 For Jacksonville ........................ 4.30 p. 111. ,
amount of cheap sympathy over the coloredman at 16. Best peck of Limes................._. 10 00 From Jacksonville......................10.35 a. m. '
]However, that hard-pan has been in the South when they take a notionto National 'Convention : Chicago 17. Best dozen Pineapples................ 10 00 From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40 p. nt.
indications of nominated him for Vice-president of the' 18. Best bunch of Bananas.............. 10 00 SEA ISLAND
rWched' : nd that the but after all they want to have as littleto ROUTE.
19. Best of Strawberries20 00
United States, with Gen. Grant as candidate_ ,display Savannah
increasing! ; industrial activity, which do with him as possible." ,for President. He received 522 votes of the Second best................................ 10 00, From Sunday and,Steamer Thursday.For Nicholas -
20. Best quart of Strawberries........... 5 00
have] malle their since There have been few exceptions to 650 that were polled by the convention, and Savannah. Steamer St. Nicholas -
appearance 21. Best two dozen Guavas.............. 5 00
tihji dawns! of the new year point to agcjiuine the rule, so far. The colored people was elected in November; and on March 4, 22. ,Best two dozen Pomegranates.... 5 00 Monday and Friday.

1869, he was inaugurated Vice-President,'' 23. Best two quarts Olives............... 5 00 MALLORY LINE.
Jind permanent business re- who have left the Southern States to 24. Best bunch of Dates.................. 10 00 For New York direct, by steam
and took his seat as President of the Senate.In .
vipl. he election with all its dis- go to Northern or Western States 25. Best six Tropical, or' "Melon"Pawpaws ships State of Texas or City of
'l 1870 he wrote a letter, which was published .............................. 5 00 San Antonio.Thurslla,. evening 7.00 p.m. I
qijietingand l ; unsettling influences, have only poverty and hardship and, declaring his purpose to withdraw 26. Best two dozen Sapodilloes......... 5 00 From New York direct by City of

In of dismals death itself as the result of the from public life,at the cjose jof l his i term as 27. Best display of Japan Plums...... 10 00 San Antonio and State of Texas, ;
dins passed. spite 28. Best display of Tamarinds.......... 5 00 every Friday........................... 3.00 p. n. ;
king s.the universe still revolves change. They have rarely tried to Vice-President. He was subsequently led to 29. Best two dozen,Mangoes............ 10 00
change this= determinaupn*. :and in the RepubUmnJNatipna 30. Best two dozen Sugar.Apples. ... 5 00 CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP: LINE. ..

-; .,i\ .:...,ras 1t1 l i: anti ,r'r.YDu.s; and;., timid, .induce-. ,..f-,*.*+*otherS'to*+***<***.;'4*"**-follow,*',*f&Vfi".them-* it .and., -'.., i \. ConvC. }!l9n., at, Philadelphia'in -. .31., Best two dozcn.Sour Sop.......... 5 00 For Charleston by steamship City .

people, who feared that a change in almost invariably have returned at 1 1872, he was aeindidateforthe\ nomInation 33.32r Best Best peck'Japan two boxes Persimmons.--,10-00.Oranges packet 'From of Monticello Charleston,every,'(j 'ssiit\eisteatn:3 Wednesday.' :*'-' -'r'er ..-...-..... 'it

administration would prove the end the first opportunity, making, in as Vice President;and- received,314i for shipment......................... 10 _00 i every Monday.;... .............. 2.00 a. m. "
cases the long homeward votes, 3841 being given Henry, Wilson, of 34. Best bunch of Cocoanuts, Florida For Charleston by steamship City ; ,
of all things terrestrial, are beginningto many Massachusetts who accordingly nominated grown.......................... ......... 10 00 of Palatka every Sunday.
was -
breathe naturally again. The journey on foot. Intelligent colored Second best................................ 5 00 From Charleston, by same steamer -
on the first ballot and chosen in the ,every Thursday....................4.00 a.m. j jI
'' who read the The Judges in this Department will in no
'country is full to repletion of the people can papers subsequent' Presidential election. In 1873 +I
case award a Premium to an inferior ex- ST. MARTS P.IVER.
should inform their ignorant 'and Mr. Colfax in the of 1
products of agriculture and the prospect was implicated charges hibit. Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- :

restless of the corruption brought against members of Congress For St. Marys and Crandall Tues- ;
of a scant supply of bread wasnever neighbors experience All of fruit intended for this ,
: who had received shares of the Credit packages day and Friday........................ 3.00 p.111. I
so far off'as at present. 01 those who went to Kansas so short Mobilier of America and was repeatedly ex- Department must be addressed : .1 Fruit For St. Marys and Dungeness, on !

: is and is a time and are now wandering Committee State FairJacksonville, Wednesday and Saturdav........ 2.00 p. m. Money plenty cheap, as ev- ago, amined before the Congressional committee Florida." For St. )Mary's and King's Ferry, 1
idenced iby the fact that the New friendless and homeless, in search of appointed to investigate the matter. A res- Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m. !<
York; bafiks alone hold $135,000,000in employment and bread. olution directing the Judiciary Committee of To illustrate the changes in New Hamp- Steamer Martha arrives j
the From St. Marys and Crandall, on '
Hose of Representatives to if
gold or legal tenders or nearly ---- -------- --- inquire shire weather the Dover Republican says Monday antI Thursday............. 7.00 a. m.
The Post Office Waltz" is what the Cleveland the evidence taken by the committee called that-:\[. V. B. Felker ploughed on the 1st From St. Marys and Dungeness,

fifty' millions in advance of the reserve Leader says the Democratic applicantsfor for the impeachment of any officer of the day of January with a pair of 900 pound on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a. m. ;

; required by law. office dancing. the time of the government brought forth a report, on February the work in : From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, *'
are By horses doing as easily as May,
Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.m.
:With so many of the chief elements inauguration ball there will probably be a 24, 1873, declaring that there was no the ground being in fine condition. The ;I

tf f business' activity in exist- little dancing in the neighborhood of every .. ground for the impeachment of :Mr. Colfax, next day the mercury was below zero. Post-Office Notice. :

; I department in Washington.Prof. inasmuch as the alleged offense of bribe-tak- Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. i
cJ'e aj at present a gradual and A Brooklyn lady was made seriously sick j
ing, if committed atall, had been committed
Fisher, of Munich, is said to have' I Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. :
sure recovery can be confidently before he became Vice-President. The report by eating some canned tomatoes which had :Money Orders and Registered: Letters from i
obtained from distilled coal
a white crysta- and done been improperly prepared. She sued the 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. ito :
]looked for. The of was accepted, nothing more
surplus capital line powder, which, in its action on the sys- with the matter. firm whose name was on the can for $50,000 3:30 p. m.ARRIVAL j

the. country will not be allowed to tem, cannot be distinguished from quinine.Its -------------- damages. The defendants alleged that there AND DEPARTURE OF THE :\UIL'j j

remain idle for a great while. Men efficacy in reducing fever heat is thoughtto A New Cotton Plant. was an entire absence of fraudulent or de- I Transit it Peninsular Railroad I
Arrives ........ 4.45 .
be remarkable, though one of our whole- I daily except Sunday p. M
with money naturally want to be do- Attention is now attracted in the South to ceitful intentions but Judge Brown of the Brings mails from the North, the
sale druggists that the amount of the
says a new cotton plant, which bids fair to Supreme Court overruled their demurrer and Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
!something with it. Their prove
experience drug. required to produce this effect is so in railroads. ,
held that they were negligent labelingaswholesome
in speculating has been very large as to preclude any rivalry between it immensely valuable. For many years A. Clones daily except Sunday..........10:00: A. M. 1
and the A. Subers, of Macon Ga., has been carefully a poisonous can poisonousfood. Takes niails for the North, the '
pjscnheartening; for the genuine quinine. He said "I ,think the complaint ,'
past year or experimenting to hybridize the cotton plant : Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -

t'-o, and a desire to produce and deal Speaking of Dr. Richardson's process for that grows wild in Florida with the common contains one good cause of action-that is, .. .roads. I
the painless'killing of animals:, the Lancet for of Lee?bnrg train arrives ( ........ 8:40 A. M.
negligently labelling a can poisonousfruit
okra. The retains the okra stalk only.
in things that have n real instead oft new plant Brings Western mail
says that science scores in it a magnificentsuccess and the foliage of the cotton. Its flower and as a wholesome article of food, and,
Feinnnainn & Jacksonville Railrol-
fancied value is certain to grow in '; it gives inferior creation a blessingit fruit, however, strikingly unlike either so labelled, selling it as such in the market. Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 \.ar. I

their minds_ as a result of.speculative 'dare not give to! man-painless death. The cotton on okra. The plant .has';:an average Any person suffering special injury or dam- Brings the Jacksonville and St. .

disasters in the A adjustment agent which has been used successfullywith of age by reason of that\ negligent act, has a John's river mails.
past. new height two feet, and each plant has only
.. ..... M.
daily except Sunday \0:30 \
6,000 dogs, is carbonic oxide passed at right of action. The demurrer is overruled
bloom. This is flower
of prices and cost of pro- one 'a. magnificent Takes the Jacksonville;St John'sRiver
summer heat over a mixture of chloroformand with costs."
much mails.
very like the great magnolia in frag- and Northern
duction was needed to furnish a sure bisulphide of carbon into a lethal cham-
and large. MailJacksonville
rance, equally as Like the cot- Sunday -
basis for renewed activity. This ber. The method has been used successfullywith ton bloom, the flower is white for several List of Letters and St.John's River

sheep and will be applied to larger ani Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- arrives................-.....................10:25 .\. :\{.
;seems to have been secured to a great mals. days after it opens,'after which it is first pale dina, Nassau county Florida, at January 17, Northern mail arrives.................. 9.00P.M.
'extent. Manufactured'products will pink, and gradually ,assumes darker shadesof 1885. Persons calling fo'/these letters must Jacksonville, St. John's River and j

The camphor laurel, a native of China, this color until it becomes red, when it say they are advertised : the North, closes....................... 6:00 A. M. ,
be low, but wages and the price of and the tree from which most of the cam- drops disclosing 'wonderful boll. For "Albert, Emma ,Boregard, A Jacksonville and St.:.John's River "I
'living into line a Bishootf G Cashfragia, only, closes...........................? 4:00 P.. )[.
arc gradually getting phor of commerce is obtained, seems to have about ten days this boll resembles the cot- t
Carrna Joseph Copeland, Marye E S\ML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.
with the general downward tendency been introduced successfully into California, ton boll, and then its growth suddenly increases Clark, Mrs M G.Chandler. Gable S i it

pf everything else. one tree in Sacramento havingattained 'a as if by magic, until it reaches .the Campbell, :Miss Ada Dousere, L A In a paper upon butterine, read before the r

j ,height of thirty feet. The wood, every part size of a big cocoanut. Not _until it reaches Daily, William Erwin Robert Society: of Arts, it is stated that in 1833 over I
J H Margret
Flythe Floyd
U WARNING TO TIlE COLORED of _which smells strongly of camphor, is this size does the lint appear. Then its Golden, Nancy Greenet, Giller 40,000. tons of that product were imported ,,f

; PEOPLE light and durable, not liable to injury from snowy threads begin to burst from the boll, Harry Wm Hirrs, Joseph into England from Holland the factories at i

; The present migration of coloredpeople insects, and much favored by cabinet' but are securely held in place by the okra Hauser, A J Hawy, Maryan Oas sending 150 tons a week. The latest improved I
4 James J J Jones & Co W J
makers. like thorns that line the boll.
or One butterine consists of oleomargarine
from some of the Southern Kelly, J D Mitchell Henry L
Complaints are already coming up from experienced picker can easily gather 800 Means, Nancy Miller, Priscilla milk, vegetable oil and real batter.
States to the Western States can New Orleans of the general backwardness of pounds a day, and fast hands much more. Montgomery;John North, Diannah

have but one result. :Probably half everything in the Sunny South. Accordingto Were the only saving that of labor in gathering Phyfrom, Wm Pemberton, W LTinkney Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
James 'Re\"elo.James II ((3) each of
Tracts containing twenty acres
of them will die in their new homes visitors, vegetation is the only thing thatis the lint the result' of:Mr. Suber's ex- Read, Doctor Joseph Robertson S land Lake
hammock Orange
within ever "on time" there and the lack of en- periment would entitle him to the everlast- Robinson, Eletbth Sony. Marra choice, high on
a or two. Many are and truck farming
year terprise is really appalling., But there is one ing gratitude of the Southern farmer. But Spence, Molly Smith, Tobey suitable for orange growing
freezing and destitute in Kansas at Tison, Carrie Todd, J D are now offered for sale These lands
thing in which the noble Southron successfully this is not all-there are no seeds in the lint. j

this very time. A few will find' rivals his Northern brother and thatis Each boll produces about two pounds of Trira, Viola White.MosesWilliams, MackS. are very conveniently situated for transpor-
tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
Steady employment. They who are the art of charging. New Orleans prices very long stapled cotton, superior to the T. RIDDELL, P. M. terms to purchasers. Titles are unques-'
Sea Island, and at the bottom of the boll Also valuable timber lands in "I
already equal those of the Philadelphia tionable.
tible will make their back to Many,retired German army officers have
way R. FAIBBVNKS, r if
Centennial, while accommodations are. vastly there are from four to six seeds, resembling gone to instruct the Chinese in European large bodies. G.
their, old homes as soon as possible.: inferior persimmon seed. This new cotton, there- tactics. February 16. 1832, Fernandina.


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'f'f THE FLORIDA. :MIRROR,:' JANUARY* i 17, 1885 f. _' ::. .

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:ii. GENERAL. DIRECTORY, BAKER COUNTY. I of 3cur.es* -J.' C. Matthews.... iAssesstdr ) LIBERTY. -'<--.i f .iCimnty t. ., ," 4 HOLMES.County y

United States Officers. County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue W. 1... Trantham, Judae-M. Solomons. :.;, ; 'o' Judge-A. II. Brownell.
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanders n. Ocala. C/ *-W. W. Jeter. :; Clerk-T. H. Pitman.

:: ; LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. .Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent* 'of 'Schools-M. L. Paine, S/teriff-R.l\ Hosford. ." Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
i &gl.8tcr-L. A. Barnes Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J.V.. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.

Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-Thos. P. Shnler. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker
Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San Baron Win. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes J.
; Y.SurveyorGeneralIalacll1 Martin, Talla- County Judge-Chas. S. Key West. Assessor of Taxes- J. Newton
hassee. derson. Clerk-Peter TxKnight- Key West. Superintendent Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. Superintendent of Schools--Whitnell Curry

: DISTRICT COURT. Superintentlent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, 'Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. WASHINGTON. -
Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-"Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
i 1 ,Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD;>> COUNTY. Key.'V est...... County Judge N. C. Shnckelford. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones.
? Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E.
Jfz.rsltal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. 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.
Trensttra- J. S. Leonard. Treasurer-Thomas
INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools--J. V.Harris,Key Miller.
Collector of Revenue-flannel Palm s. Collector of Rereraee-John
: Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West.' 0 Roclie.
Butler. NASSAU Assessor o/ Torres-George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.
a COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. CoUector COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-I). H. }iorn_
of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County
Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-
i .;John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards,'Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr., County Judge William Clark.
.i. <.John F.. House, St.. Augustine. Starke. Sheri -John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. CfrrJt-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

; ., BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor if Taxes-Wm. ,H.' Garland, }'er- Sheriff--J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
State Officers. I County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-: James S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.

..4 : Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of Rct'entle-'V B. McLeod. Collector of Rctt1Llte-J P.Atkins
:; EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A.. Stewart, Titusville.SheriffJohn nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.

; Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent .of Schools-L. W! Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cos well.

i* LieldMa.ltt-Gcwernor-Livingstoll W. Bethct Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham, Callahan. ,
na., County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fenlan-
; Key West. Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig. Bre- dina. THE CELEBRATED
: Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- '
vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.
i' Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of ScJtools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando. WOOTON DESKS.
I Tre.asurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando.
CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine. Orlando.
{ Attorltey-General-Georgc P. Raney, Talla-
ha. see. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor. of Taxes- -James 'M Owens'FortReid ; SOLID COMFORT OFFICE
; \ Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Fla.Collector.
:;Tallahassee.. Clerk;-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Revenue A. ,I. Hyer, Sanford.

f Superintendent of Public Instruction K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt,. Green Cove Sanford.
|Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Decks,
\ Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahasseef Assessor of Taxcs-T."J.' Branning. Fort Reid. 7 EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
i Collector of venueS .Chalker.. PUTNAM COUNTY. r
J BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of 'Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. WITH THEM.:

| (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. e ", ,
!iaee.S COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shally.
f S Clerk-R. C. Tallahassee.
Long, County Judge -W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
; |f Special Jacksonville.Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Clerk-John Vinzant, ,Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. I No. ,8 Flat Top. Why, use Desks of ordinary

I Building, Sheriff-J. W. Perry, ,Lake.City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. I -- .
construction when
1 SUPREME COURT. Strickland. for sligh"talditional
: Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City.
\ : Chief Justice-E. :M. Randall, Jacksonville. CoUector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. cost you can have-

i Associate JIl,8tir.e-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge=W. H. Parker, Perry. -- :_ the benefit of our improve-
: see.'f Lake City. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. ':' ments Awkward closets and
f f Associate Justice -R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. side drawers done
j Jacksonville. County Judge-William. A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner away
| i'Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. r Perry. i r.nG-, ,, t -t,s + *' \ substitute revolving cases

f ;; CIRCUIT JUDGES.i Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. which swing with a slight

I t First fl/rc fc-Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Sun'C1Jor-D. N. Cox, Perry. touch of the hand and are-
Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Revenue:-J. B. Hardee Perry.
;s leacola.s i thus enabled to furnish double-
sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. I,. Henderson.ST. t
Second Ci'cuit-David S. Walker
f'C 's dh k -- -- -- the generally given
Ret.'enue-)1oses -- space
; Collector of J.. Brown, ;8 '=;===' onT
P ee. 'iolI 's --
Jacksonville. _, each side; and when cases are-
Circuit-E. J. Madison.
t Third Vann ,
j -M. R. "\ -.
County Judge Cooper St. --
l i Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine. Augus- --aV'. open, the I whole interior i is
; sell Jacksonville.
: -
A : Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. flooded with light and all
t, i i Fifth Circuit-: Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
Slteriff-Ramon'Hernandez. St. Augustine No. 14 LowDown Roll Top portions readily reached without -

I ; J i i.Iville.Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. County Clerk-J.Judge-Henry M. Caldwell, J.Jasper.Stewart, Jasper. Augustine.Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St.. change of position. variety H of rotary cases are offered for selection and applied to-

\\m p'q : i I t Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cock" Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collect of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

j I .; Assessor of Taxe.5-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. '
a ; :. ourt alcudar. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, it TEEWOOTON
t \ Columbia County.Supeintendent St. Augustine.--
FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
i 17'c..U'Term..- SUMTER COUNTY.
Jasper. -
s ; : t Santa Rosa, 2d Monday ill October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, Cabinet Office Secretary.
!! Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
j f 'Holmes, Wednesday after 4th Monday ville.County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff J. S. Dychcs, Leesburg. h1'i

j i in Washington October. 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk J. C. Law. Brooksville; Assessor Collector of of Taxes-A.RC'l.'enue-Jmeph B. Goodwin.Hutchinson + rr 6 b The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented

k;+y \ in October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. + f ,ts .' to the business public. One hundred and

r i Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ville.Assessor of 7ares-R.. J. Bradley., .Brooks Superintendent 'of,Schools-A. H. ,H lven- ;r r. ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

i.l { ". October.Fscaiiibia,1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F. M. Hedich,"Brooks ston, Sum tervill!;., one lock and key.. Especially adapted for Mer-r

This: amended section 2 of act of Feb- ville. ...,S-YWANEE4cbuNTY. .-;' 1 chants Manufacturers, Bankers, RailroadOffi

ii jrtiary 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, County Judge M. M. Blackburn. Live ,,.rR .r! clots and Professional Men generally.
; Spring? Term. Fort Dade. Oak.ClerkRobert -

i I Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Sheriff-John R. Sessions Live Oak.
: Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk Win. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxcs-G. W.Umsted,Welborn. Wootou Cabinet Oilice Secretary. ADDRESS :
Collector of Revenue Wilson
April. D. Isaac Craft H. Sessions,
mt i Sheriff- Tampa.
;.. i Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa.CoUector Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
+ t Hamilton, 4th Monday< in April. "of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. o. C. Jones

I Suwariee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. Live Oak., RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.

j: in April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY. --' ,
j Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler Enter-

'. ., ; 1 in April. JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES.

i Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday. County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-rJohn W. Dickins, Enterprise. .- -
'in Sheriff W.A. Cone ,, ," -
I April. Enterprise. : ,
1 Shei-iff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. '
p f i Fall Term- Clerk -W. C. Bird, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen
s; t Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Cove. ,n : '''s,
Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, ?\ : .
{ October. Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen u.T *:' 'r
; Madison, 2d Monday in October. Cove. : I
County 7j'easurC1''V. M. Girardeau Mon
I Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, f'.:" ,
n I Suwannee 1st after 4th : Enterprise. I'
Monday Monday .
Collector of "lentle-J. H., Tucker, Mon I. .
tin October.
\ Columbia, 3ii Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge W. A. Giles Crawfordville. II I tr
? October.
keenah. Sheriff Charles'Alligood. Crawfordville. I
I i Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA j q
d ; in October. 'of Schools E.
Superintendent Y. Watts
: ,
'' FOURTH CIRCUIT County Juddc-'V. J. Dixon New Troy. Crawfordville.
Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. COMPANY I
Q : : i Spring Treasurer-W. W.
County Walker, Craw- TO\TN ,
Clerk-Neal A. : New
McAlpin Troy.
t St. John's, 2d Tuesday March. fordville.
Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. !
fr Clay 4th Tuesday in March. Collector oj Revenue-R.C.McMi11anCraw- y rr
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Fcrnamlina, :
1" : Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw-
Nassau, .3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. liine> I,
Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
{t ;| Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. SANTA ROSA.
y \ Pall Term- Old Town. And Cedar Key. '
'o' ]I St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend', County Judge-John Chain. i
# Clerk R. It. .
i i J. Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New'Troy. Shepard.TreasurerRobert Robinson. iI
11 I. Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Collector I ,
Rn'emce-'V. Williams. '
] Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. .
Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. |JOffers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee.
$ \ Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.
number of the most eligible and desirable '
; j FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry POLK.
Tallahassee.7easurerJ.. County Jltlge-J. A. Fortner.
Spring Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for I
L. Demilly Tallahassee. ,
; ; Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.Sheriff '
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Ret.'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- W.M. Bowen.' t
City or Suburban Residences, '
: Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. f t', _"'_" "' f t l r
March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-J.-D.'Filles.t "

i Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Johnson.- UPON EASY',TERMS. JIr e } t'
; Sarch.: LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent ofScJtools-P. R. McCrary. /

,- Alachua, 4th, Monday after 4th Monday in Cl.crk-J. M. Bared, Bronson.. DADE. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to r v !
.' March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. .
FaU Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Allen E. Heyser. in 1I
parties, engaged manufacturing, or indus-
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Retenue-TI. B. Barco. Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. :
Marion, 3d Monday in October. Kev' Sheriff-"Win. :M. Mattaur.
rial enterprises, who will erect on the :
Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of ScJiools-J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. I

,Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Revenue-Wm. H. Ben est. substantial I
.AI: 'tChua, Monday after 4th Tuesday inNovember. MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H Benest: purchased improvements I *-k

SEVENTH ,,CIRCUJT. County Judge-R. M. ,Witherspoon, Madison JACKSON. residence, or in :which to conduct their :i

Spring Term- Sheriff? S. A. Parrimore Madison. County Clerk-Frank:Judge-George Philips. F. Baltzell. business. : IGOtlrtl r +
Orange 4th Monday in January. rECT
Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison S/teriff-Andrew Scott.
Volusia,3d 1st Monday Monday in in February.Brevard March. Superintendent Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer a 111 es E. II ea m. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS I P IN E"ER'l p NEVr.R I

Madison. Collector of Retenlle-John B. Anderson. G aUTorORD_ 1
Jj ode, 3d Monday in April.Fa1t County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of Taxes"'. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from : CS No EQUAL .

Term- Collector of RetenueD. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J.Erwin.FRANKLIN. I, i I
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and !

YJolusia, 2d Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W..P. Thompson Mad I trEWH ;, 1Grl .CHIf
Hrc\'ard.4th Monday in September. 'towns. ; .r.Ll
ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Apply to
JJade: 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS.Fernandina.. 30 UNION SQUARE NEVYYORK.ILL. .

T. Crawford Manatee. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. I \CAGO AN y.1t.ANl.t
County Judge-Z.
Treasurer R. H. Porter. 'J JOficecorBeach & i v O QF 1
: County Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. 7th j MASS "GA.
Collector of Rerenne-George A. Patton. .'
ALACUUA. Sheriff-A. Watson, Pine Level. : FOR SALE BY
Assessor of Taxes-\\". F. Parrish Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. 'f }} : ; r ; : :i
:County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry C.JIicksi: /> -t : ;+ .; : ; ; ;
town. : .
.\rill ": .. ';. 0 sts.'A JAMES XcCIFFIX,
Ctrlfvill -]. A. Carlisle, ,Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. --, .., ,;..... ./..,;-j,, -: '
S, eriff 3. C. Tucker, Arredondo. P pash. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. : t' s." (CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.

A eSOr of Taxes-S. H. Wiengcs, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix Seward, Clerk Henry S. Reeves. :: ;.t: r ; J.lac1ll1a
Pine Level. .. ThinU
>* Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. ;' Street, between Second and
J C Mtctorof Revenue-II.'C.:. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY.County Treasurer-A. M. Smith. "'x "', .
villSi*/'. Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Ret'enue-R.)1. Morgan.' 'L: fI. '0 FERN ANDINA, FLA. .

iperinlcndent of Schools'-:W. N. Sheats, I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. ........-,: ct'P40; ;- .. "'': .'!}. ._:;.:'& Orders and estimates from a distance care-
,''''" \ .
Gal/icsville. '" : ,Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. "" -. ft illy attended to. :!,5-tf

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Day Pas. Nt Pas.
ADLISI-JED: 1875. A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee................... .;... 8.00
Leave Cedar Key................... 7.35 7.30 ; am
w. J. LOHlAN'S. Leave Rosewood.................. 8.07 8.10 Arrive! Wakulla-..:........................ 9.05 am
-- Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.35 8.55 ArnveSt. Mark's-........................ 9.30am
Leave Bronson-......... ........... 9.17 9.55 Leave St. Mark's-.......................10.00 a.m
DRUGS and MEDICINES Arrive Wakulla-...........:..............10.25
HAVE MADE GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR' A LARGER BUSINESS, HAVing ,, Leave'Archer..............:......... 9.48 10.30 am
I an INCREASED STOCK OF GOODS ;;Leave Palmer........................10.03.: 10.49 Arrive Tallahassee....................11.30 a mCONNECTIONS.

Leave Arredondo .................10.18 11.06

LANKTJ T C0 Mr 0 RT TS F1Iftc1 I= nwl' = DREn D S GOODS D mTBIH HORSEY & CO. Leave Gainesville10.45 A.M.11.36 all At points Jacksonville North and, with East Waycross With. the Line for
J J Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.27 12.30 dina & Jacksonville ;
Leave Waldo.........................11.40 2.00 dina Short Line for Fernan-
,BOOTS AND SHOES fl Leave Thurston.....................12.03 2.30 ; and with Steamers for all points on
St. Johns
the River St.
-I/ PHARMACISTS 1= Augustine etc.
P.M. At Baldwin with
and thousands o* other articles, which I will sell for 35 per cent. less than you pay Leave Starke.........................12.38 2.47 insular Division for Transit & Pen-
in another house for the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and I Leave Temple's....................12.46 2.57 Cedar Gainesville and all Ocala, Fernandin.a. -
will convince(tl of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of every ten. Centre Street. Leave Lawtey__..................... 1.08 3.13 At Live Oak Key with: the Savannah Gulf Ports.

IV. J. OIIJIAJV Cor. Sixth and Asli Sts."WHOLESALE Leave Highland..................... 1.33 3.45 &Western Railroad. Florida
y Leave Maxville...................... 1.49 4.15 At i
R.NA.NDI.NA, FLORIDA, Arrive Bald win ..................... 2.11 4.50 Railroad Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

Leave Baldwin;..............k..... 2.16 5.40 on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
( AND RETAIL. constantly on hand,a fine assort- Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.34: 6.00 urdays.At Chattahoochee River with
KEEP the
of FRESH and PURE FOR Leave Dutton__...................... 2.47 6.15 cola & Atlantic Railroad for, Marianna.Pensa- .
EIGN and DOMESTIC Arrive Callahan..................... 3.15 6.50Leave sacola Mobile Pen- 1
Montgomery Orleans
Callahan...................... 3.22 7.10 Louisville and all ,
points West, Southwest,
"Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.10 8.06
/ L : Drugs and Chemicals Arrive Fernandina-............... 4.35 8.40 and Northwest, Columbus, and and with Eufaula.all boats for Apalachicola -

*JU$3&r vs fl2J'-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Night Passenger.daily.PENINSULAR. all points West.Through .

Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths I
Proprietary and Fancy Goods, DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
i -
= .r and at new office southwest corner of.Bay:
;V s ? wl FINE TOILET ARTICLES, (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. .

Day Pas.. t Pas. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., P.M.:: A.'ol.Lea :: Fernandina, Fla. t

ve Waldo........................ 3.08 12.40 C. "... MAXWELL
IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave Dixie..................:........ 3.27 1.10 Master of Transportation
Leave Hawthorne........... ...- 3.42 1.33 Baldwin. Fla.
Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.00 2.03 D. MAXWELL, '
J.tPhysicians' Prescriptions Leave Orange Lake................ 4.22 2.33 General Superintendent
Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.36. 2.52 Fernandina Fla.
carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08

reasonable prices. Leave.Silver Spring............... 5.25 3.35 .j
Leave Ocala........................... 5.45 4.00 Florida and Western ;
Leave Lake Weir Station....... 6.25 4.50 RAILWAY.
FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER Arrive Oxford........................ 6.42 5.09

Leave Wildwood..............;.... 7.00 5.30 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All .
FOR SALE CIIEAP : Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10
trains of this road are run by Central a''
EDGINGS AND SLABS, GOING NORTH. ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
10 cents load. A.M. P.M.
i Sin-- ti per Leave Leesburg.....................V 6.50 6.00 slower than Jacksonville time.
rmT >""
lLnu4 [| WV.Bg/ -
SOUTHPL'B.CO igg ROUGH LUMBER Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 -
From $5 to $16 per M ft.,. Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 ON 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. N YES, DRESSED LUMBER, Leave Ocala.......;....-............ 8.30 8.42 follows- :
$12 to $20 per M. feet. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
I DEALER IN Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:40 am ;
Orders by Telephone promptly attended to Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.45 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00: p m
FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES, WILLIAM .B. C. DURYEE, Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.08 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:20 a m
Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.02 10.45 Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10:00 a m
Hay and Grain Ship Stores Office foot Centre Street. 8 Leave Hawthorne.................10.23 11.15 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m
Leave Dixie..........................10.40 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......_ 3:30 p m t
A. M. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m
SEA ISLAND ROUTE., Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p In
Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m
CROCKERY, HARD\V AREVILLOVV ARE SJ-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m

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

Steamboat Co. cola and Atlantic Railroad for Pensa-
N. E.! corner Centre and Second Sis, Fcrnandina, Fla.AX .
GOING SOUTH. cola Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans-
I I Leave Fernandina10.45 a. m. Mississippi:; points. Po -gel1 ers for Bruns-

ORDINANCE ,AN ORDINANCEAn Leave Hart's Road......................11.15 a. m. wick take this train, arriving at Brunswick
NO HEAT-NO! DUSTBUT Arrive Jacksonville.......... .....12.30 a. m. via B. & W. R. R. at 1.00 p. m.
Entitled an Ordinance to Amend the Police Or- Ordinance for Fixing the Rate of Assess- Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
dinancet May SS, 1877. anent taxation for the. Year 1885., GOING NORTH. train
Approved for A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque Leave Jacksonville....................- 2.30p.m. and Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile
IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY ; Leave Hart's Road....................... 3.05p.nu New Orleans.
BE Council of Fernandina BE of Fernandina: Sea Islands. Arrive Fernandina..................... 4.15 p. m, Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
ville to Cincinnati via
SECTION 1. The Mayor shall keep docket SECTION That for .the purpose of meet- -- JpSS"Trains daily except Sunday.
book in which he shall enter the title of ing the 'current expenses of said city; and SUNDAY EXCURSION. ATLANTIC COASTLINE EXPRESS
every case brought before him all adjournments the past due indebtedness thereof, for the fi@! A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SEEV1CE-H A.M. P.M. Leave.Jacksonville daily at........... 1:25 pm

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

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 alt witnesses sworn on the trial ((12i) mills on the dollars as follows: .. r4 Arrive.Jacksonville..............- 8.25 6.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................. 5:25 p m
And all other proceedings had by and before For current (S..l per cent. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p m

him in each case, and he shall sign his For past due Bonds....................2} mills. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa
name threto after rendering judgment.SEC. SEC. 2. That the one ((1)) per cent. of the CONNECTIONS. vannah. This train stops at all local stations -
2. WhJneverany fine or costs shall tax above assessed for current WL between Jacksonville and Savannah.
expenses may
be imposed on any person convicted of any be AT FERNANDINA, FLA., FAST MAIL.
paid scrip or cash but that the
offense, the Mi;yor shall commit the accusedto of the t.ax. or the; two and one-half remainder { '-- -.. With New York and Fernandina Steamship Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m
the custody of the Marshal with orders to i (2i) mills of the taxthus: assessed shall be 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 or 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'fi t coupons. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m
reading 3 188!.
said fines and costs are not paid immediately Passed second reading December, 31884. LEAVES FERNANDINA EVERY MON- nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m
to. commit the prisoner to the city jail Adopted December 3. 188!. Friday mornings. CALLAHAN. Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 8:17 p m
there to be imprisoned until said fine and G. F. VERY, President. Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of To and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:45 a m
costs shall be paid; provided that such im- Attest : Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday I and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Washington,D.C.. daily..ll:00 p m #
prisonment shall not exceed one day for E. 0. FRIEND, Clerk, mornings at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m i
each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine BALDWIN FLA., Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag) Cars
Approved: For and To and from Jacksonville
and costs.: Regular Special. Excursion TicketsTO Jacksonville to New York without change.
W. II. POPE Mayor. and all South West and Northwest
SEC. 3. All persons imprisoned in the I points JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

city jail under sentence of the Mayor's daily. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:00 p m
Court ur for failure to pay a fine and costs :R. .A.U-STJ: Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:50 am si
may be employed, by direction of the Mayor, To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 7:50 p m
at labor the apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of., Bull WILDWOOD.
streets works at..10:05
upon or public of MANUFACTURER OF Arrive at Waycross daily 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 fines and costs shall receive a Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND Brunswick passengers either way will be Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive! Macon daily! at.............. 7:50 am
credit at the rate of one dollar per day; with transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Atlanta daily at..11:59: a m
subsistence, fat such labor which shall be Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri- With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet antI Sleeping Cars via
credited the amount of fine and DEALER IN val will be at risk of consignee.F. and Pullman Palace'
on costs West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross Sleeping
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 every Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
and superisio of the Mayor, shall have ARL LoR R OTTIndCOO E K sTI T VE WILLIAMS Gen. Ag't.Savannah. every Saturday. Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and

charge anj control, of the city jail and of all Ga. With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and
prisoners ,'on fined therein, and shall be re- J. N. HARRIMAN Manager. for and from Key West Monday and Northwest

1'ponsible"or their safe keeping and propercare. .Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday EAST FLORIDA E. PRESS.

this. All persons arrested by the Police of RAILROADS.TIME : and Friday. Leave Jacksonville daily at...........: 8:50 p m
city for any offense either with or without For information respecting routes rates, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 6:15 a m

a warrant $hall be immediately delivered I CARD etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 9:35 p m
Marshal by the officer making the arrest to the dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Waycross daily at..........11:40 p m
at the jail, together with the war- 4 OF THE sonville. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m
such rant or statement of the'cause'of arrest and eln mai mnarow \1 FLORIDA RAILWAY &NAVIGATiON COMPANY.In Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50pra
person shall thereupon be held in custody FLORAL CITY, ROUTE. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm
order by of the the Marshal subject to the further r Effect July 18th, ,1884.cTRANSIT Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:00 a m
SEC Mayor. i CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at Albany daily at..10:30 a m
all 5. The "Marshal shall keep a recordof & PENINSULAR'DIVISION.. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m
prisoners confined in the city jail, (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.- ) WESTWARD. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m
giving the date of their commitment and
Arrive at Brunswick daily at...... 6:15 a m
No. 1. No. 3. -
discharge by What; authority and for what (Central or Ninetieth Meridian Time.)
Accom. Mail. Arrive at Savannah daily at..... ... 6:05 a m
cause, and shall report every morning to the .GOING SOUTH. Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:40 p m
Mayor u.list of all prisoners received by him Leave Jacksonville....... 7.35 a m 6.30 p m
during the preceding twenty-four hours. Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.16 am 7.40 pm Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
SEC. A.M. P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 8.18am 8.50pm to Louisville via Thomasville.
C. All Ordinances of Ordinances
or parts Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. Leave Fernandina....10.25 5.05 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
Lake City......... 9.48am 11.14pm
conflicting with the provisions of
Leave Hart's Road Junction...10.50
this 5.40 LiveOak............10.37am 1.10pm ville to St. Louis via Thomasville.
Ordinance hereby repealed.
are COOKKG UTENSILS OF ALL'KIXDS ,Arrive Callahan. 6.10 Madison ............ 3.40am Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack-
First rea ling:December 9, 188!. Leave Callahan....................11.22 6.40 12.12pm sonville to Washington, D. C. Pullman
Monticello ......... 6.50am
Second r jading December 9, 188-1. Leave Dutton.................. ....12.18 7.15P. 3.10pm Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan-
Passed Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.36pm 8.10am
third reading and adopted De- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS .
M. nah. Connections at Montgomery with
cember Leave Tallahassee....... 2.40 m 8.50 a m
9.1SS4. Leave Branch...........12.32 p
Brandy 8.07 Louisville and Nashville Railroad for New
G. F.'AVKRY President of Council. Quincy.............. 3.43 p m 10.50 am
WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Arrive Baldwin. 8.40 Orleans and Texas points and the West and
Attest Arrive Chatta. River... 4.50 m 12.50 amEASTWABD.
: t Leave Baldwin.....................12.55 9.15 p Northwest. At Savannah with Central
EMIL 0. FRIEND, Clerk. Leave Maxville..................... 1.17 9.45 Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Approved>< : DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Leave Highland..................... 1.35 10.00 No. 2. ,No. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail
-__.I I' W. H. POPE. Leave Lawtey.......................1.49 10.24 Accom. Mail. way for all points North with steamshipsfor
I ; Leave Temple's..................... 2.05 10.49 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 a m 2.00 p m New York: Philadelphia Boston and
Wl K.. BAUKXIGIIT, AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. Leave Starke.......................... 2.30 10.57 Quincy .............12.10 a m 3.43 p ra Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
i AGENT TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Leave Thurston..- 2.42 11.16 Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.20 p m 5.15 p m New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore.

i i Wind Mills for pumping water or running Arrive Waldo........................ 2.02 11.46 Leave Tallahassee ......- 1.27 pin 5.50 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
WHOLESALE AND RETAILBUTCHtR light machinery promptly erected on order. A.Y. Monticello12.45pm 8.30 pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage

AND STOCK DEALER Church Factory and School Bells for sale Leave Waldo......................... 3.09 1.15 Madison ............ 4.10pm 10.35pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
AND at a bargain. Leave Gainesville.................. 3.48 2.20 Live Oak...._...... 5.31pm: 12.55am and sections secured at Company's office in
pr- 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 -
Dealer iu Ice AU goods delivered at the various trans- Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.21 2.55 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.53pm 5.40am Ticket Office, and on board People'sLine
TENNESSEE'BEEF: A SPECIALTY : portation stations within the city free of Leave.Archer....................... 4.36 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 7.56pm 6.10am Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCTIEE
charge. All sales for cash. Leave Bronson............-......... 5.05 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville....... 8.37p, m 7.20.am. and Jon LANE. \ '
BROOM STREET WHARF, Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.42 5.05 .Trains 1 and'2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will JAS.L.TAYLOR' -?*.
( .. CORNER BROOKE AND SECOND STS. Leave Rosewood................... 6.15 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent-).;.-.,
l -tr: { ;: FERNANDINA, FLA. Fernandina Fla., July 12, i8S1.'y Arrive Cedar,Key. 6.45 6.35 will run Mondays. A. }I. IVES, A'ent.THE .
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TIIE'j'LOliIDA. \11RUO' bers and the volume of ,printing THE SIIER IAN-DA VIS' 'CONTRO this subject. The apportionment of In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial

must be curtailed to what is necessary VERSY. aid should be, as a thoughtful writeron Circuit, Nassau County, Fla' .

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. and not what is For the honor of the country we the. subject has said, "not upon Lettie. Miller 1 1. _
customary. the basis of the entire.number of illiterates Vs. I Noticeof
to that truth is not one .
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81 This plea of custom is made the regret see include John H. Boynton doing business .attachment.
under the name and .
of 'the characteristicsof 4,204'-1' Amount
Office: eon !Centre and'F rs streets,second floor.RTES scape-goat of much extravagance.No distinguishing 363 adults, who are beyond the j style of John Boy nton's j sworn toS-lO\
member of the Legislature should General Sherman, one of its lead- of conlDlon school instruction, but Son. J

OF ADVERTISING.Ten feel justified in incurring any ex- ing military pien., General Sherman upon the, basis of the nUl within TII:Boynton above of named the City defendant of New, John H.

ceny?a line for the first, and five cents for made an uncalled. for and abusive its reach"-that is, the illiterates of ing business under the name and York d
each subsjquent insertion. pense payable by the State which he statement relative to the ex-Presi school age, between 10 and 21, who John Boynton's Son is hereby notified{style tri
Special local notices, 15 cents a line.
would not incur in his own businessor number as nearly as can be determined enter his appearance in and to the abo'oentitled
Reading notices,25 cents a line. dent of the .(Confederacy at a public attachment suit commenced"a"a a'e
: ..
Special rate: for time advertisements upon appli.. affairs. It is easy to acquire a 2,035,595 in the Union, and }him by Lettie Miller-plaintiff on or before;

cation.. at the office.Communications. i reputation of generosity at the public meeting in St.Louis. The statement and in the southern states alone the first Monday in January, 1885, and to
what the call "a lie, plead I or demur to the declaration
was lawyers 1,754,024. There is no reason for filed in
upon all matters of local interest expense, but it, is not a manly; just, said cause on or before the first Mondav in
solicited from all parts of the county and from honest to do. A with a circumstance." reckoning in the appropriation February. 1885, or judgment by default will
or Legislator -
along the lines of Florida railways.All thing Mr. Sherman's statement adults who can share none of its be entered against you.

communications intended for publication : should, if any thing be more was benefits. If children of school age H. J. BAKER,
should be addressed to the Editor: all business! characterized by Mr. Davis as un- Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.
particular in expending the public alone were considered, the appropri- J. A. EDWARDS, Clerk.Circuit
letters simply to TIlE FLORIDA MIRROR. Court
,money than his own., lIe has no founded and false, and he was chal- ation might be reduced one-half and Fernandina Fla.,September 6. 18S4.:

SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1885. ,right to reward "clever fellows lenged to make his proof or stand as still give sufficient aid to prove a -
stimulus to the public COURT
"workers" a falsifier. General Sherman had powerful ,
good political and impecunious where it is FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
PERMANENCE OF HARBOR IM then in order to sustain the positionof school system in states X.\.S.s.\l;
PROVEMENTS.We men, or give gratuities of any weak. There is neither law nor COUNTY FLORIDA.

observe in the Savannah Newsa kind to be paid from the tax es raised a man of honor, to either prove logic for including in the distribu- DEXTER HUNTER,

his statement or acknowledge his tion states wherein there is almost 1}
very discouraging statement of the out of the people. vs.
error. ,, no illiteracy among children of JOHX H. :BOYNTON ATTACIIJIEXT
condition of the river between the } '
Doing business under the
MR. CALL'S REELECTION.The school and which are abund- S1GUi.OU.; /
He has-done' neither., His statement age, \
name and style of John
bar and the city. It is said that bars able 'to education for
antly provide Son.
.re-election of Mr. Call to the purported to be based the Boynton's J
and shoals and upon all who will receive it. The
are forming greatly justifi- DEFENDANT, JOHN II.
United[ States Senate seems to have BOYN-
contents of letter which he claimedto SAID
impeding the of vessels of a cation 'of the aid rests upon its necessity doing business: as. John nunlto l'S
passage been unopposed. :Mr. Call is a have captured, and could be pro- as a means of preventing a Son, will hereby take notice of the commencement
the draught of seventeen to eigh- of the above entitled
a graceful orator, and is quite popular.The duced.' He now fails to produce degree of illiteracy in states that are Attachment in the Circuit Court. snit Fourth bv
feet. Some of these have
teen places qualities required for a Florida his circumstance" and fails to apol- unable to educate all their children, 'Judicial Circuit, in and Ccr.the County of
been dredged out more than once which holds a menace to free insti- Nassau Florida; and is notified to appear
Senator lie however in the directionof
ogize, but indites a long garrulousand plead or demur to the declaration filelitherein.
and continue form A tutions if not checked. "The '
to plas-
again. new on or before the first
work. To be really useful to his to'the Monday in
3 and powerful dredge has been built, ter should be applied to the sore," March next or judgment by default will be
State in the Senate he must taken herein on behalf of Dexter
per- Department abusive of Mr.. Da- and not to sound flesh. States not Hunter'
but is not completed with whichit the above named.
devote himself to her in- 10 of illiterates
sistently cent.
vis-a bloody shirt screed, which re- having per R. W. DAVIS,
is expected that these obstructions terests.; It is not the public speeches flects no honor its author nor should not share in the distribution.It H. J. BAKEU. "
) will be removed. upon is perhaps too much to ask the Attorneys for Plaintiff.
made the floor of the Senate butthe ,
I on upon the Senators who have givenit Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 2S, 1884. l-3m i
The expenditure of a considerable representatives of the northern statesto
work done in the committees
r .. of the : implied support.GcneratSherman. exclude their own section, but it lu the Circuit Court, Fourth Ju
Hum money by general goyernment -
which tells in securing needful leg- .is' not a truth-- is to be hoped that, many of them dicial Circuit, iu and for the
has increased the of
depth islation. It is very easy to introducea telling person. He caused or per- would exercise the option given County of, Nassau Florida,

ill the channel from eight to eighteen bill and have it 'referred to a, com- mitted'the burning of Columbia S. them in the Senate bill, should, it Josiah H. Prescott 1)
feet the few and and their share vs. I notice of
t during past years, pass, permit to re-
mittee but a difficult thing to John H..
very C., and then meanly charged it upon the fund for Boynton doing busAttachment.} .
vert to
enabled of tons general use
steamships 2,000 from iness under the name and f Amount
get a favorable report the com- General Hampton and the Confed-
where needed.
most I
and upwards to come to wharves. style of John Boynton's | Sworn to
mittee and favorable action upon erate troops. He was convicted of The question of the constitutionality Son. J $1,000.

r From the statement of the News of that report. Having been handsomely falsehood by a thousand witnesses. of voting federal aid to state THE above named defendant, John II.
the rapid deterioration of the work it of the City of New York do-
schools will of be raised when
re-elected to this posi- course business under the
high General Boynton has severely ar- ing name and style of
would that in order to the bill It will be inter-
seem probable comes up. John Boynton's Son is hereby notified to
tion, we hope that, with the experience ; raigned his Memoirs of the War, andit esting to observe by what of enter his appearance in and to the above en-
keep the channel to its depth of process
J open acquired and the knowledge he is unfortunate for his reputationas I reasoning the strict constructionists titled attachment suit commenced against
eighteen feet continuous dredgingwill him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott
has obtained of the legislation a soldier and a gentleman that he : ignoring the long line of precedents Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in

be required, and that. the,work needed for Florida, Mr. Call will accomplish has again come before the public. under which public lands have been January,'1885, and to plead or demur to the
declaration] filed therein before the
t cannot well be made on or
permanent. devoted to the will
much good for us. Whatever have been or can same purpose, first Monday in February, 1885,or judgmentwill
The Savannah river will may deny the of Congress to "pro- .
naturally power be entered against him bv default.H.
Our Senators, we hope, will devote be said of 1t1r.-Davis 'in criticism of .
vide for the general welfare" by J. BAKER.
down much silt and it +
bring deposit
I'especial attention to the settlementof his administration and conduct ,of helping to educate the citizens of Attorney for Plaintiff' above suit.J. .
in the lower part of the river, thus A. ED'V ARDS. Clerk Circuit Court.
I the claim of the State for the payment public affairs, no man can be foundat the near future. The House has Fernandina, Fla., September 6, 18S43mSheriffs

? filling up the channel. ,of the moneys advanced for In- the South who will impugn his just ,passed an ,inter-state corn-

J Under the impetus given, by the commerce bill and given a nearly Sale.
dian hostilites and the East Florida his truth and his -
personal integrity, two-thirds in favor of and by virtue of decree of fore-
of theharbor vote a national
improvement a large
losses of 1812 which have
k so character as a gentleman. of a mortgage issued out of the
It millions
act. votes
; commerce has grown up Savannah, been withheld., We have an able bankruptcy Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Nassau -
General Sherman has found him- yearly for "improving" a river over determined wherein
county, in a suit
in and although -
ti fi md has become representation Congress
: now so important .
Warren is Plaintiff and Moses Rob-
whose banks the United States has F.Scott
self confronted not de-
only by the
not a large one by united and
that effort will be made to It inson Defendant, I have levied upon
every preserve action they can accomplish much nial of. 1\1r./Davis, but by that of no jurisdiction. appropriatesmoney will sell at public auction in front of the
L the depth of water already at- for us.THE. at nearly every session for court house, in the city of Fernandina, on
tained. Governor Vance, Governor Brown the relief of suffering caused by the first Monday in February, A. D. 188.).
?! being the second day of said month, all the
CABINET APPOINTMENTS.The and every other Southern man he floods, pestilence, or other calami
Our own port posseses peculiar right title and interest of the said Moses
selection of his Cabinet by has named. ties. If Congress may guard life Robinson in and to the following described

l and exceptional advantages in the Gov. to have been and protect property and relieve premises, to-wit :Lot three((3)),Section six((6))

:g great depth of the harbor, and the Perry seems judi- THE EDUCATIONAL AID BILL. suffering, under the authority of the Township two ((2)), North of Range Twenty-
diciously made. The retention of eight (28)) East, containing one hundred
fact that no silt comes down the St.Mary's Representative Willis has shown "general welfare" clause, why may acres, more or less.

1. which fills or General Barnes as Comptroller, meets his unselfish interest ,in the enter- it not help to avert the dangers of Terms cash, purchaser paving for title.J. I .
any way up,
with universal acceptance. Mr. Rus- prise of securing national aid for the an ignorant citizenship, the result of A. ELLERMAXX,
will at time the harbor. Sheriff Nassau county.
any injure schools, of the South by the system of slavery which the constitution :
sel will make a good Superintendent common Fernandina, Fla., January 3, 188-1.
: The outgoing volume of water which his for three
of. Education. Col. Lang is well consenting to give up own carefully protected nearly
' comes down the St. Mary's, comes matured measure, and to ask quarters of a century, and of the action Sheriff's Sale.
:'!vis't : from the great natural reservoir of the known and spoken favorably of as the"concurrence of the House.in the of the government in forcing UNDER out and of by the virtue Circuit of Coart.an execution Fourth

I Adjutant General. The Chief Justice the Senate. This is universal the
bill passed by suffrage upon con-
,? Okeefinokee and other similar Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County
of the Supreme Court appointedis known as the Blair bill, although it quered South? in a suit in said Court determined. wherein
:reservoirs and runs with a steady and P. I. Courter is and Clarence X
not so well known in the was changed in important .particulars The measure of justice and of necessity .-' plaintiff

; :natural flow, with great depth and eastern of the State. Attorney- from the measure reported by ,has waited too long already.If Brewster I defendant have levied,and upon George and Henry will sell garnishee at-

r I :purity. The yellow turbidness of part the senator from New Hampshire, it can be perfected, it should be. public auction in front of the Court-house

'it: I the Savannah river is nowhere General Rainey has a deservedly before its final passage through the If it cannot be, the Senate bill shouldbe in the city Fernandina, on Monday, the
. high reputation as a good lawyer house. It passed for the of inau- 2nd day of February, A.D.1885,all the right
: II in the St. :Mary's, which furnishes a upper now purpose title and interest which George Henry had
and unswerving conscientious public the distribution of $77,000,000 gurating the policy, trusting to the on the 27th day of May, 1882. or at any time

\, clear, pure and wholesome' water, officer of and during the next eight years-$7,000- future to correct mistakes.Boston thereafter in and to Lot one ((1)).Section four-
much vessels great industry ability.THE teen ((14)), Township two ((2), North, Range
, prized by going on long 000, the first year, 810,000,000 the Herald. twenty-eight ((28)) East 'containing fiftyfouracres.

voyages. TREATY WITH SPAIN. second, S15QOO,000 the, third and '
.. .. diminishing amounts each un- Haywood's Hand-Grenade Fire Ex- Terms cash purchaser paying for title.
Whatever gain in the depth of water The Maritime Association, of New year tinguisherFor ELLERMANN Sheriff.
til the when closes J. A.
J= is obtained at Fernandina the entrance -' York, has 'adopted the following eighth, $5,000,000 sale by E. S. Loomis. Fernandina, Fla., January 3,1885. _
the federal aid. This plan of distri-
Price $10.00 dozen.
J of. Cumberland sound will be resolution in reference to the treaty, bution is wisely conceived. The 5.50 per per half dozen. Application for License.To .

f !'. permanent and require no dredging with Spain and has memorialized southern ,states,' the chief beneficiaries the Board of County Commissioners of

tt j 4.f process as the basin within the sound Congress to ratify it : under tjie 'proposed act, could Warranty INEN' .A.PER-75 and mortgage CTS. :PER Deeds.DOZEN. I Nassau respectfully County ask, State to be of granted Florida:a license!

i ;{ is very deep and very extensive. 'Believing that the treaty now not use economically 'during the .L Samples sent upon receipt of 2-cent for the sale of ales, wines and liquors in the

; ,under consideration,will be of great first year a greater sum than the in- stamp. town of Callahan, and enclose herewith the
: With liberal the
as appropriations appropriation would give them.It :MIRROR, signatures of a majority of the legally registered
benefit to the Commerce of the
26 Fernandina voters of this precinct,as required by
harbor of Fernandina will become in Fla.
United States, affording our maritime is.sound policy, furthermore, to law.
: all respects much superior to any interests preferences and ad- stimulate the public school systemof la the Circuit Court, [Signed.] I.D. HIGGINBOTIIAM.We .

harbor south of the.Chesapeake, and vantages over other nations, which that section by liberal aid as fastas FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU the undersigned registered voters of

; the appropriated will be well under no other; conditions could we they can utilize it to good.advantage COUNTY, FLORIDA. Election District No. 9, of Nassau county.
money and then to withdraw it DAVID'WILSON and EBEN that the Board
obtain thus gradu- Florida, respectfully request
;,, spent and the results will be perma- seemingly promising a the HUNTING,doing businessas of County Commissioners of Nassau county
to prepare to
restoration to its former, greatness of ally so as WILSON &'HUNTING, 1 Attachment. Florida, do grant Isaiah D. Higginbotliam
nent. our depressed mercantile marine, and resume that self-support of their TfQ. J $1,700. the right to sell distilled and malt liquors at

in addition relieving our vessels from schools which is an essential featureof JOHN H. BOYNTON, doing tAmount., $3,400. Callahan, in the above named district.
: : The bill is also under the name T J C Geer, London Jones, his .x mark-,
our system. rightin I
_1:, We hope the Legislature will really vexatious and burdensome regula- and style of JOHN BOYN John Holland, his x mark, Amos DenefieW,
tions, respectfully urge upon you the providing that no greater sum TON'S SON. .J Tony Conover, his x mark, Tobias JoneI
1 get to work soon. They have little importance of its immediate ratifica- shall be paid to any ,state in one DEFENDANTS WILL ,TAKE NOTICE his x mark,'Samuel Jones, his x ,

1 to do, and,should promptly pass the tion." year than was raised for school pnr- of suit in the above W Thompson his x mark, Hanip Jones his.
entitled cause by attachment issued out of x mark J D Higginbotham, J W Sheffield.Mack
,1 necessary bills r and adjourn. No We would recommend, and especially poses by local' taxation the pre- the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit,: Rollins Sherrard General, Horace

doubt the convention will provide ask for such modification oi f ceding year. The object of the aid in and for the County of Nassau, and are' H Braddock, Jacob Pendarvis, his x mark,
is not to diminish. the incentive to notified to appear in said cause on or before Allan Ogilvie, W J Thompson. J H Sauls
w for an extra session and legislation Article XIX as to confine the carry- self-help but'to increase it. the first Monday in April next,or judgmentby Owen Jones Burney B Bryant Closes
default will be entered mark, E f!
therein upon fail; Chapman, Wm Crain, his x
f, can be maturely considered. Public ing trade to vessels' built either in The basis of distribution in the ure on the part 'of said defendant to plead Stewart James A Braddock. his x mar*.

: opinion is clearly united in impressing the United States, or in, Spain or Senate bill still,remains the proportion answer or demur to the declarations filed James 0 Burney, his x 'mark, John \vu-W
in said cause on or before the first :Monday Hams, his x mark, W B Boothe, James
of illiterates above the of
I : upon the Legislature the importance her colonies, and that said vessels ,age in May, 1885.. H. J. BAKER, Jones, James T Allbritton C K Buford.. J
ten years in the several states. Thisis Attorney for.Plaintiffs. N Higginbotham, Mesheck Burney, his' x
of tin1e'and shall be bona fide
economy expen; exclusivelyby the most imperfect feature of the JOHN A. EDWARDS, mark, H C Johnson, ,H Thompson Moses
I diture. The expensive staff of clerks citizens of Spain, or the United measure but is one that has been Clerk'of the Circuit Court, Lang D C Crews, his x mark. J K Crews,
In and for the County of Nassau,Fla. his x mark, 'Jacob Young, his x mark
and:doormen, the per diem of memi States. adopted in all the bills presented on Fernandina, Fla., Dec. 1884-3mo.. Enethy Sauls, his x mark, J W Swat

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Bradley, Sr.. his x mark Graham Crews, PAUL FUNKE'S
his x mark, Henry Bradley Jr. his x mark, ,
John Copland his x mark James R Green -HAVE OPENED THE-
John Blake, Wm Thornton his x mark. .. )
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Ksau Choen his x mark J B Carroll, W \V
Uoothe, B G Dyal Britt Tilmvm James r GOODS
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<; W Dyal, J A McIntosh, W II Wingate
H J Davis his x mark Archibald Davis, hisx .
mark William Johnson his x mark. W C '
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mark 31 M Carroll, A Carroll his x mark, .
H J Carroll E L Carroll GrUhlie Thomas, AND WINTER GOODS .
Joseph! W Ireland, J J Atkinson,' Sr, John CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, -
Nettles, his x mark D Burnett' his x mark, '
Jerry M Keen. Abram Woods, his x mark.
:.Stephen: Cohen, his x mark ;J T McCall, A 'FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
GooJijian, his x mark David Green, John
Hoot Ire, Joshua :Miller his x mark, W M
Crews; his x mark Lewis Hall, Neebam Latest Styles in We have received our stock #3f GENTLEMEN'
Turner, PC Hi ;;inbotham, J W Keen. A
Higpipbotham, A I) Carroll, B F Crawford, ]GRAND FALL OPENING Fall Dress Goods. FALL CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods
Jim Sauls, It WSpann.H Lake.Wash Hary, SILKS, CASHMERES, {
W Goodman, his:x mark,T W McIntosh J F Men's, Boys', Youth's.An .
OF in
Conner. II S Higirinbutham, his x mark, W' Brocades, Alpacas, Velvets, elegant line. Also the all the
X Knight,J C Crawford, his x mark Jury Velveteens,'etc. Latest in Hats.
George, R W Grant! DV Large, Thomas Styles LATEST NOVELTIES.
])ana,.A Jones, B F Sanders,.his x mark, llIBssBoorrs Silks GushrnBIBS
J It Dyal his x;: mark, J C Keen his x Great Bargains A fine assortment of We are'Special Agents for
mark, Robert Goodman, Jr, ,Willis Jones, ,
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Jacob Goodman, Sr, his x mark J I Cross, ,
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\\' F Bradley( S B 11 McGlew David Williams, Goods. TRUNKS AND VALISES,
J D Turner, James Hall, William Peterson, v BLANKETS | AND |' HOUSE-FURNISHING | GOODSAN Suits made Fit to order and aIattings.
W 11 Smith, Redic It Thornton, Joseph A line :\ '. Rugs, Oil Cloths, Guaranteed. i
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( ELEGANT $&: -U n d e r w e ar,- r
R Bry.'fit, his x mark, D L Norton Hosiery and Gloves,
,W E Norton, I, M Norton, James Cope- from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in New York
land,J K Carroll Vm Branch. C B Hall, Hamburg Edgings Gloves and Mitts.
Goods Low
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) the undersigned whoJi hereby certify that,: I ;, IEiY""NEW YORK. OFFICE-83, Walker St. }[ FERNANDINA, FLA.
the persons names appear in the j '
foregoing petition! signed the same, or attached FALL CLOTHING -, I;. -
their marks thereto in our presence .. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.IALLORY'S .
and that neither f and,bribery nor deception''' f.l'
was used! in pro'wring said signatures or
mark ,
State of Florida, l I ICuuntn l FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
of KassaJ.On .
this 7th day; "!of November A. D. 1884,
personally appearted before me I. D.Higgin- =:] SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS
bothahi.; to me tall known, who being duly
sword', deposcth land, says, that each and
every'name: or ,mark affixed to the above M
)petition, was the\act and deed of the party
purporting haVe signed the same, and ,.
that said signatures were signed in the FUNKE.
presence of at least two creditable witnesses, r
and that there was no fraud, bribery or deception -
in procuring said signatures or .;
marks of said persons, whose names appear ..
signed to the foregoing petition. i i
: I. D. HIGGIX OTlIA.\I. ", -' l.. i, -- ,- ,,
Subscribed and sworn to before'me this ,
7th diy, of November, A. D. 1884.: :; -Y.
: Cit. s. II. BERG,
.: Notary Public.

In-flic, fre lit Court Fourth Judicial 1VJOI: >::B3 BIcD:: 'S -THE'' FINE STEAMSHIPS-

: Circuit, Nassau County, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS

Florida, In Chancery. STATE OFWESTERN TEXAS, 1, 42 TON .
; vs. }[DIVORCE. TEXAS 1,210 TONS. .
N; MOTION OF THE COMPLAINANTby Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the
counsel T. & George W.
Northern and Eastern :Markets and
taking advantage of cash
Walker (it being made,to appear to my satisfaction pur-
that the Judge of the Fourth Circuit chases enables us to offer our entire stock at such low
of Florida is disabled by illness to at- ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
tend to, the duties of his office),and, on read- THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
ing and considering the Bill and the sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
affidavit thereto attached it is ordered thata FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION.We This Line, having no Transfers between Fernaiulina<< and New
hearing be had on the facts charged }in the York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
Mid Bill on the first' Monday in May, 1885, j', FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. .
at Chambers. l The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
have endeavored to select the
THOMAS F. KING, Judge. .y.
January 3d, 1885. 10-3m connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
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,- THE LIGHT OF HOME.My a connection< of the, doctor. The fact I I Why, you're Susan !I" cried Fair- him. If he did-as, of: course, he had I nothing in his past life to hide. be :soanxious ::
l hor. then wilt dream the world is! fair was the doctor wanted to talk to some child, holding out his hand. the right to do-it would be time for a speedy marriage?
Aibl thy spirit! will sigh to roam : one about Blake, and found so little Yes, ,I am, Master Herbert: and I enough then to decide what must be I thought my answer was plain
;And limn. must go; but never, when there, sympathy on. the part of his sister that should have known.you in a moment, done. enough, sir," he said coldly.Vhen
Fojgvt the light of home. he took advantage of the first person though I haven't seen you since you There was a meaning look between you have: satisfied me as regards YOur
Thun pleasure may smile with a ray more 'whose relationship warranted a dis were a boy."' Lilian and her lover as !she! left the position and so forth, my sanction'\\'il1
bright.: closure. "Are y living here ?" he asked. dining-room. He held the door open be given .to your engagement, but
It dazzles to lead astray; '"You see the worst of it is that Yes, sir. I haven't left :Miss for the ladies to pass out, and managedto under no circumstances to your beino-
Like the meteor's flash, 'twill deepen the
night; .Lilian evidently likes him very much, Lilian ever since she was a baby, and whisper : married till Lilian is of age." n
When thou treadest the lonely way. I'm afraid. That gives him a strong that's twenty years ago." "Don't be afraid, my darling." Blake finished his glass' of claret.
and it has Fairchild glad to ,Dr. :Macpherson was vaguely Very well, sir I must
But |iL' hearth of home'has constant. flame, position, prejudiced me was unfeignedly uneasyas ; try and be
AI ill I 11 pure as vestal fire, against him to find that he takes,advantage meet his old nurse and she, on her Blake' pulled up his 'chair to 'the satisfied with your reply, which iscer-
'Twill iwrn. 'twill,,burn forever the same, of it. Perhaps I am too preju- part, was highly delighted. It was table and poured himself out a glassof tainly distinct enough. Shall we join
For nature feed the pyre. diced against him ; it, is difficult for not long before she had confided to him wine. He did not ,delay long be- the ladies ?"

ThPI: of ambition is tempest-tossed, an old fogey like me to welcome a the full history of,.Lilian, with many fore beginning to 'say why he had paid :' If you wish," relied the doctor
And thy hopes may vanish like foam ; man who, wants to, take away my expressions of hope and fear. this visit. thmkmg'that he let him
"But Then when) look sails to are the Slivered light of home.and rudder lost, Lilian." They were talking in the breakfastroom You may have guessed, sir," he suggest the move to the drawing-room.
Of course." from,.which the garden could be said, ," what I want to say to you. I In spite of'the doctor's efforts there
And here cloud like a star through the midnight "I don't know much about him; I seen. Presently Lilian appeared on want to have consent to my marriage were not wanting opportunities for

Thou shall see the beacon bright; he has not given me the right to demand -! the lawn, walking beside a gentleman, with Miss Champion." Blake to speak a few words in a whis-
For liever, till shining on thv shroud, particulars yet. But if, by any : who was talking earnestly to her. The Doctor'was taken by surprise. per to Lilian. Her guardian would
Caii' 1 1}e quenched its holy light. chance, you should find out anything Who is that?" asked Fairchild. There was no need for him to say ,so ; not have been reassured had he over

"The. sun of fame, 'twill gild the name, about him, I wish you would let me "That's Mr. Blake, sir," she replied his face showed it. heard what was said.
lJiHthe heart ne'er felt its ray; 'know-in confidence, of course. I ; and I wish he had never come You surely must have seen my ad- shall write to you to-morrow"
Andrfashion's! smiles, that rich ones claim, don't want Lilian to lose her heart to near the place. He's bewitched :Miss miration of her. Even had I wishedto he said in a low tone, as he turned
,Arebut the beams of a wintry day.
a fellow who does not deserve her." Lilian, that's what he's done. She do so, I could not have concealed itentirely. over some music.
i And how cold and dim those beams must be Fairchild promised, and soon after thinks because he speaks fair and hasa ." "Doesn't uncle consent:
Should life's wretched wanderer come the the ladies. Lilian mustache that he must be "Yes assented the doctor No I'll tell all
But my boy, when the world is dark to thee two men joined big everything -yes, ; ; you about it.
I Then; turn to the light of home. sang,and.played to them, but one at that he ought to be ; but I think "I have observed it, but none the less Could you be at Caversham Lock tomorrow -
1 I 4, ,- -- 'least' ''did not spend so pleasant an ,he'safter, hel s! j;, LILIANS LOVERS. evening as he had anticipated. told her so." 7 you spoken to Lilian ?" "Yes," she 'repliedU ..
i ; -- Fairchild left early, as he had to return At this moment the doctor and :Miss "I have reason to believe that 'my I'll meet you. Don't say..
# inner i was over; :Macpherson Windsor, where he was staying.He :Macpherson returned and the inter- suit will not be unwelcome to her." any more now ; he's watching us."
iJ i had 'retired: to the drawing-room with was on the qui vive to discover view was cut short. They all ad- "That means, I suppose, that you All this was mystery to Lilian, who
i! Lilian ChamplOl1.leavll1g her brother, anything, even a glance, which might. journed to,the garden, and Fairchildwas have asked her to be your wife?" had hitherto found her guardian ready
.1 I ?}! Dr.Macpherson, to enjoy half an hour'schatKvith imply that Lilian regretted his departure introduced to Mr.: Blake, who was Yes," assented Blake, rather hesi- to accede to her every wish. It had
4 his guest. but was forced to confess that, as warmly welcomed by :Miss :Mac- tatingly. "I hope," he continued, never, struck her for a moment that he
!t1 "So you're going to settle down in' if he had been a married man, she pherson as he was received coldly by that I have not been mistaken in would object to her marrying Rodney
.j 1 England again, are you, Fairchild ? could not have been less neutral, the doctor. thinking that my visits to your house Blake, and it had caused her a shock
fli, i"; said the doctor. "I'm ,glad T to hear it." though she was as charming as she The latter took an early, opportu- and> my attentions to Miss Championwere when she saw the two men enter the
. 't 1 i Y'r goo"J cou1 beFairchild. nity of being :alone with Fairchild. not unwelcome to you. You acknowledged drawing-room. It was evident in a
"And whereabouts are :you going did not go to bed early You haven't heard anything about just now that you had moment that things had not gone
'f'' ; 'to train up" your vine and plant your that night. He lit a cigar, and sat up him, I suppose?" he asked. observed that admired her, and, as smoothly.
: ,. 'fig tree? 'in hisbedroom,; with a novel-he was Fairchild was in a quandary. It :you did not give me to understandthat After making the appointment for
.f, I'm afraid I'must wait a: while" before staying at a hotel. He wished he had seemed a wrong thing to do to! makean '.I was intruding, I felt no hesita next day, Blake did not remain long.
1: I' settle down to that extent, re- not gone near Glenfoyle. As it was' accusation of the truth of which he tion in continuing to accept your hos- He made no further effort to speakto
a.: plied Fairchild with a smile. "I'm he had seen Lilian just often enough 'was not sure. At the same time he pitality." Lilian and as he went he told the
an unattached bachelor, and 'some unsettle his mind, without havingthe saw it was ,high time that something The doctor,fait that he was in a di- doctor that on him must devolve the
r chambers in ,town are the nearest I satisfaction of having made the was done. Lilian's pleasure in Blake's_ lemma. He resolved temporize. duty of communicating to Lilian what
$;Ri,44i t shall"get to having a home of my slightest impression on her. He read company was too evident. <; You can scarcely expect me to was necessary.This .
' own.' twenty pages of his novel while he was He decided that it was his duty to give you an answer on the spot," he interview with his ward was
, It's time' you married, said the smoking his cigar. On resuming his speak. said gravely. "Lilian is my ward, scarcely more easy to the good-natured
11-11, Doctor in a fatherly way. book, after lighting a fresh one, he 'I'll tell you all I know," he said, and is still under age. You will, of gentleman than the one with her
I acknowledge it, but I've managed could not find,his place; nor could he and proceeded,to gi've'the doctor the course, be able 'to satisfy me thoroughly lover. But Lilian received the news
( a to spend thirty-two years with- remember what'' he had been reading grounds, for his suspicion. as to your position and prospects.You with more calm than' he had antici-
; out a wife, so that I 'feel" no urgentcall about-not a word staid in his memory. "I will respect your confidence," must acknowledge that 'I. have pated.
to try and win one. Reading was evidently a waste of the doctor said.II I will manage to ,had very little opportunity of learning You don't think it unreasonable
Herbert Fairchild was not, perhaps, time. He threw down the book and take Lilian away somewhere for a anything about you till now." in me to wish to have you with us a
speaking the whole truth. Had the began thinking. week, and, by that time you will have ," I acknowledge it," 'was the reply. little longer?" he asked her with a
, worthy doctor been gifted with more Rodney Blake! He had heard the heard something definite. We had ",shall, be able to convince you that 'smile.
aclte powers of observation he might name before, he was sure. When? better join the others now." my income is sufficient to warrant my "No," she replied ; "It seems all
have noticed that his guest's face hadpetc'eptibly He got up and fished his desk out Mr. Blake proved himself a very marriage? I have, as you know, a right enough. But why did not Mr.
! fallen when Lilian left the of his portmanteau. He kept a rough pleasant companion during the after- consulting practice in.London." Blake comeup: to me when you came
j room, and that even now his eyes were diary, jotting down memoranda day noon, which, notwithstanding, was not Yes-yes ; I have no doubt that into the room ?" ".-
on the door through which she had by day"sufficient remind him of the an agreeable one for 'Fairchild. He all will be satisfactory," said the doc- I suppose'he has taken my condition -
'x appeared chief-events which had.occurred. He could see that' there was an under- tor, as a new idea struck him. If as equivalent to .a refusal," he re-
; j The doctor, however, saw nothing, commenced reading this diary from standing between Lilian and Blake ofa everything,turns out as it should, and plied.
ana was quite )unconscious of the skill the first page. Perhaps Blake's name much more intimate nature than the Lilian accepts,you, I shall be quite. But.it isn't?" she persisted.
with which Fairchild managed to bring might occur in it. good doctor suspected. He was half ready'to give my consent." Well, no ; not at present,",he said
round the talk to the subject which Although the name he was in searchof afraid that his interference, even "You are very good." gravely. "Take my advice, Lilian,
i ; interested him so much did not appear, he came across an should it be justified, would come too But, as I said just now, Lilian is don't be in a hurry-be content to
} Not that he was in love with :Miss entry which, put him on the right late. still under age, and, perhaps, more inexperienced wait."
.,. Champion. He had met her but three scent. It was on a piece of foreign He did not accept the doctor's invitation than most girls of her age. Lilian looked up, puzzled, but said
times since his return from long residence letter paper roughly gummed into the to stay to dinner. He felt One thing I must insist on, and that is no more. She was thinking that when
r abroad. Still he was conscious book.It. that he was only in the way, and that that she does not marry till next year, to-morrow came she would. hear all
{ t that he would not have visited Dr. consisted of part of a. letter froma in his present mood he was far froma when she will be twenty-one." about it from Rodney and have the
:Mlicpherson even' three times in the cousin in India almost entirely about pleasant addition to any circle. The Really, sirbegan Blake. mystery ex lained. Her guardian was
/fortnight had he and his sister been business, but referring shortly to a only company he was fit for was his "That is a condition I cannot I pleased 'WIth her acquiescence, and
:. ,:thii only occupants of Glenfoyle. scandal in the regiment which had cost own, and he did not feel in the humorfor waive," said the doctor, thinking that hoped that her affection for. Blake was
Yes," said the doctor, in reply to the writer fifty pounds. Like a ,flash enjoying even that. by this'means he insured ample time not so strong as he feared.
, some question of Fairchild's, she hast the rest of the letter crossed Fairchild's Blake remained, to the doctor's an- for an examination into Blake's eligi- Blake left the house with his mind
beJen my ward fort eight'years, and memory. The scandal was the misap- noyance, but, :Miss Macpherson had bility. made up. He had not lived for nearly
i 'MT>''11 be of age next year. I suppose propriation; of regimental funds by the asked him at Lilian's request. The I I must say I fail to see the reasonor forty years without observing his fel
Eli will 'even then ,remain with us ; surgeon, and the surgeon's name ''was doctor determined that this should be I justice of your condition," replied low-creatures, especially as he had of-
:: sh" looks on this as her home." Rodney Blake. the last time they should, meet until Blake with more warmth than he had ten had to live upon his wits. He had
I ; / :You must not make too sure of her At first'he was quite sure about it,- Fairchild was able to bring some decisive hitherto shown. Taking it for watched the doctor carefully during
II remaining-long," said Fairchild: meaning but as he turned the page over he be- report. Even he could not granted that I am able to thoroughly their interview, even at the time when
to find out whether there was any' gan'to doubt. It was ten years ago- blind himself to the fact that ;Blake satisfy you as to my position, what he was speaking with most warmth.
.one else in the field before him. he might be,mistaken. He 'had been seemed to have entered on a new stageof reason have you for postponing our Everything had gone 'on with pleas
;The doctor's face perceptibly dark- puzzling over the name of Blake so his' relations with Lilian ; his at- 'marriage beyond the date:which Lilian ant smoothness in the matter of his
1 +'Cn d. long that he might. have unconsciously tention were perhaps not more may desire ?" wooing till that afternoon. Then he
fie M suppose not," he replied; "a attributed it to the.wrong individual. marked,than usual, but they were ofa Surely," retorted 'the doctor ,with had been introduced to Fairchild.

1 :gif-li, with. her charms and tough It was, however, easy to make sure. different kind, more ,in accordance some sharpness, "it is scarcely for.youto That was name, he was not likely to
"' ,and; with a considerable, not 'He wrote a letter to his cousin, 'now with those of an accepted than a hope- require me to explain to you the forget. One owner of it had nearly
i UaJ-ge] portion, is likely enough to findacjniirers. stationed Gibraltar, asking for details ful lover. motive which may guide me in my ruined his career yearsbefore, when he
s! ." of the affair and for some means I will spin out dinner as long as I conditions." was a regimental.surgeon in India.
;",.Of course,", assented Fairchild met of identifying the actual culprit. can," said the doctor to himself, and "With_all due .respect for you as He could not that this
t aiiically.y That done, he went to bed. ,He manage to keep 'him.with. me after Lilian's guardian, I must protes''against help fearing of the
Fairchild be relation
y :J"By: the bye," said 'the doctor suddenly could not get an answer for some days, Lilian has gone away. He's fond your rights "to make unreason- Fairchild might who a had been the
11 i "'do you know anything of a and could do nothing till he receivedone. enough of my wine ; there ought "not able conditions. They reflect on me.' Captain his defalca-
}iT; :'Blake-Rodney Blake?" be any difficulty making him keep "In what way?" chief means of discovering
tions. If the affair would probablyhave
:Fairchild looked puzzled. ,On second thoughts, though, which near it." Inasmuch as they imply that you so, and he would
reached his
1 :::4-The{ name seems familiar to me. visited'' him next day, .he could pay Had,the doctor ,only been aware of: have some motive for delaying our ears', When
inform the doctor.
hd replied; "I'm sure I must have another visit to Glenfoyle. He had it, Blake's thoughts were similar to marriage. What is,it? ,Do'you know naturally conclavehe
he the in close
lizard it somewhere,.or I should never nothing decisive to report, but if 'he his own. He, too, was looking for- anything derogatory to,my character? saw two men feared had
concluded that what he
recOgnize: it so readily. But I can't3.&sociate could persuade the doctor to try and. ward to the tete-a-tete after dinner, If so, refuse your permission, but do occurred.
it with,any one." put a stop to Blake's visits for the and his interest in it was at least as not make it contingent on my being
!"No of course; it's improbable to present it would be.worth while doingso. great. as his host's. able to clear myself ,from a false accu- Before his after-dinner interview was
the last degree," .asserted :Mr. :Mac. Similarly too, Blake was not quite "sation." over he was sure of it. It was evident
]Jherson. There was just the chance.I Glenfoyle was on the outskirts of I easy in his'mind. He was quite con- The doctor lay back in his chair and the doctor suspected something. If he
want to learn something about him, ,;Reading, near the river. The Mac- scious that Dr. :Macpherson disliked was silent for'a minute or two. He had been sure he would at once have
if I'can. He's been here a good deal phersons kept a boat, and Fairchildhad him, and he regretted it.. But.he did was thinking whether he could by accused him; if he had suspected
I j t lately." some hope of an hour or .two on, not pay so much attention to the factas any chance put out feeler to discover nothing, he would not have been so
Oh, indeed," said Fairchild, not the water with Lilian But'his hopes might have,been expected. whether Blake had ever been an army firm and unreasonable.His .
knowing what to say. disappointed. On reaching the The truth was that,he had proposedto surgeon in India. course was clear. If he accepted -
a ", I'm afraid he's r-vj-d that Lilianhas house he found that the doctor and Lilian and had been accepted. He the doctor's condition, his marriage -
ten thousand pound' said the his sister were out, ,and that :Miss had-fascinated.her, and she responded Blake Before he could to make up his mind was made impossible, for his hIs-
doctor with an uneasy.,smile. "I wish Champion was with a gentleman in to his declaration with all the passionof began speak. tory would be known long before the
she;hadn't when I see him about. I've the garden. a girl's first romance. He had her ""I must demand a decisive answer, close of the year. He.must marry at
taken an immense dislike to him." Fairchild, looked. at the staid old completely in his power. Miss 'Mac- sir, 'he said firmly.If once, too, for it to bring him any good.
1 Fairchild wondered why he was servant who opened the door to him. pherson ,was his ally ; what more there were'one thing more than He wanted money. If he could marry
cl o'sen as a confidant. It was true Surely I know you face?" he said. could he want. another needed to confirm the doctor Lilian.he could stave off his creditors,
: that he and Lilian had been playfellows I hope so, sir;, it, was one of 'the HeJ had some' hope that the doctor in his suspicions it was B'ake's persistence. as he would have good security, but
1 1 when children, and that he was first you ever saw," she replied. would not have the courage to oppose Why should a man who had unless he 'married her very, soon his ,

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affairs woftldi? become too involved for I. when they met at Glenfnyle, and Fair-I Fairchild gave him his ticket., "There's 1C. W. CAMPBELL, I ; FINES ( j

concealment to be longer possible. child,did not imagine that he your brandy, don't spare it; you want ,

Perhaps, after all, it was for the best.If identified as relation of the Captain it.:' RBALEsTATE GENT, ..................................-.........................

Lilian loved him so ardently as he Fairchild who was formerly only too Fairchild poured some into his cup Waldo, Florida. MILLINERY rAT i

she would not hesitate to well known to the and drank it off. .
believed, giveup ex-army surgeon. ...............................-............................-.
all for him, even to the extent of Still, ,he was uneasy ; he could not help It tastes queerly, he observed. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

eloping with him. It was with that imagining that matters had gone too They don't give ,you very good Lands Located, '

idea J meat he endeavored to impress far to be easily set right, and that even spirits at railway stations," replied Taxes Paid, and

Lilian withvthe notion that his preten- if Lilian were saved it would be at the Blake. But Fairchild did not quite Titles Examined. KIJSTG'SBAZARHATS

sions to her.hand had been rejected. cost of much suffering.On catch what hesaid., He felt his head Many bargains are of\'retl. and all persons

lie,felt very tired when he reached' Wednesday night the expected was behaving strangely. There was a desiring to locate in Florida will find it to

bis hotel. He had not been well lately, letter came. It left not the slightest slight ringing in his ears and he was their with interest to call upon or communicate":' ; BONNETS, RIBBONS,. .

his business troubles had been exceed- doubt as to the identity of Blake, and losing power over his faculties. He me. Jj-tf-

ingly wearying, and the shock he had showed him to be a man utterly unfitto made an effort to rouse himself, but a Application for License. FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS. )

received that afternoon in finding have the love of Lilian. conviction gained on him that it was
To the Board of County Commissioners of A Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mull Fir ns-.l
Fairchild on the scene had upset him. Fairchild put the letter carefully in not worth while. He did not remem- .
Nassau County State of Florida :
he he had takento his He at first' of ber
Doctor. though was, pocket. thought anything more. I respectfully ask to be granted a license CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS.
the habit recently of indulging in writing to the doctor that night, buton When he awoke' he could' not make: for the sale of ales wines and liquors in the

loses of opium; he found that he was second thoughts resolved to carry out what had, occurred., ,He found town of Kings Ferry, and enclose herewiththe Linen Collars and Kid Gloves., '

often unable to sleep unless he took a the news,himself the next morning.He himself lying on a large bed in a large signatures of a majority of the legally
registered voters of this Precinct, as requiredby
fen drops. But he had sense emoughto did not sleep well that night. ward. He felt very sick and faint. law. All of the Latest Styles

indulge h1Self as rarely as POSSI-- The 'certainty that at last the field An attendant. soon came to him. and [Signed.] \V i. T. RUSSELL. FANS PARASOLS
Kings Ferry, Fla., December 29, 1884. ,, CORSETS
I would, be open to him excited him, and he discovered. was in a hospital.An .

ble.On this evening; however, he took a he spent some hours in vain imagin- hour's ,rest- and some refreshment We. the undersigned voters of (election Hoop Skirts and Ladies': Underwear. ,

dose, knowing that he would not sleep ings of future happiness. He finally revived him considerably, and precinct No. 7, in Nassau county State of

unless he did so, and it was imperativethat dropped off into a troubled slumber, ,with returning consciousness came re- Florida petition be.g..1Ilt respectfully. l : request.that the, above

he should be at his best next day. and woke late with a bad headache., membrance of what had ,happened.He Burk Simmons, his, x mark Jake Lewis, -r-f 1H 1 II I i II 11 1-14! I II I I Ii i II I II 1 I 11'! 4 4I +-

He always carried a small vial with There was only one letter for. him : looked at,his watch in dread ; it his x mark Ben Cooper, his x mark, Harry I SUMMER GAMES. \iI I It

in order not to.be. without it, it had the Reading postmark. ,He did ,was past five o'clock.He Green his x mark, Alexander Rowland hisx
him: mark Charles Lee. his 'x mark. Nelson -t f I II-II I tUMM-j-: 1 I t+++-++1+I+i +I !1--I I :i-+-f--
should his need for it be imperativewhen not recognize the handwriting. He sank back in despair. He was Benton his x mark. Judge O'Neil. his x :

he was out of reach of a chemist. opened it and glanced at the signature too late.. Before this -Lilian was mar mark, H. J. Conner Adam Anderson, his x
mark, Gabe Blackshear his x mark, GusUnderwood Croquet Sets ,and Base-Ball Bats,
Your faithful old nurse, Susan Tied and married to a ,man who had:
his mark York Benton. N.
x ,
He woke at eleven next morning refreshed. Griffiths." not scrupled'poison him ; for he had! L. Gano Simon Benton, his x mark, Peter MARBLES, KITES, ETC.
He had led Dr. :MacPhersonto "What on earth is,she writing to me no doubt fb Blake had drugged him, Barber his x mask, Edward Colson, J. W.

believe that he intended to return to about ?" was his mental query. Butas though he could not guess how. It "Haddock, Danne Sikes, his x mark, H. J.Walker -ALSO-
his mark. Samuel Walker his
London the previous evening, so that he read the short, strangely worded was just within' the bounds of possibility : mark Joseph x T. Hagen, Samuel Swearingen x- Large Grass Hammocks and Express: : Wagons.

he had no fear but that Lilian would letter, his interest became intense.It that the brandy, taken before ,he, Lindsay Vaughn his x' mark, L. P.

be able to l keep her appointment as told him shortly that Lilian, having had eaten any solid food, had over-. Larsen Samuel H. Walker, Daniel Davis KING'S BAZAR
his Burress ,
x mark Hyram mark ,
ehe enjoyed ito the full the liberty of first bound her not to say a word come him, but it did not seem proba- .William J. Reynolds, Wilson Scipio. Asa

an English girl in the country. I ,to her,guardian, or Miss :MacPherson, ble.As Sims; his x mark, Lewis Clarkl Elija Gwyn, I Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.. Fernandinu. f
He made, his way by, a circuitousroute had confessed that she was going to soon as the house physiciansgave his x mark, William Caine. his x mark, .;.

to the lock, arriving :there at a London by the train on Thursday him leave, and, the. necessary for- George ney, his Hardy x mark his,x Lewis mark, B.Munday Lloyd, Hack-his x. $5 ELECTRIC_LIGHT \ f/////

quarter to three. He kept a sharp morning to meet :Mr. Blake. It pite- malities were over, he drove to Pad- mark, Robert Roan, his x mark Cesar Ben-

lookout, and soon descried Lilian at a ously appealed. to Fairchild to try and dington to make the journey to ton, his x mark, Edward Green, S. J. Sis- ON receipt of $5 we .. :==.
what He would the doctor trunk, his x mark Simon Young, his :x will send you an Elec- :::: =: :.._ :::::
hastened her. her and see
lIe to meet meet doing Reading.
distance. prevent
--iiark, Joshua Crane, his x mark August tric Lamp. Burglar :::: 3 f: 1 I i
They took a path where it would be she would regret all her life time. and tell him 'all-not that it would do Floyd, his ,x mark, Miles Gowen his x Alarms $1. Call Bells >> ===. =

improbable they would be seen. Fairchild crushed the letter into his much good. mark, Robert Alberti, his x mark Charles $1. ElectricGasLight-: / -- ,

"What does! it all mean was her first pocket and seized his hat. He had He only just caught the train. He Henry mark, ,Edward his x mark Henry, .Henry, his x Henry mark, George his x er, Telegraph, Medical Instruments Batteries -

question. not breakfasted, but what of that? He sat with the window open, and the Benjamin, his x mark, Thomas Benjamin &c.

"Did Dr.iMacPherson;:! say nothingto ran down stairs and snatched up the cool air refreshed him. He felt him- his x mark Henry Benjamin his x mark, "In regard to your new Electric Light
you last ;flight?" time table. He found there was self again by the time Reading was Floyd Holland his x, mark. Madison Crawford we think you will be exceedingly successfulin t
his x mark, Mitchell Benjamin his x securing its universal adoption.
He told le you had proposed for plenty of time for him to reach Pad- reached.He mark Benjamin Sanders his x mark, Hil- Yery truly yours MINER & REDFIELP, ,1
me, and thai he had given his condi- uington before the time named. jumped out of the.train and stum- liard Henderson, his x mark, Preston Stew- 737 Broadway, N. Y." !
tional 'consent." The train started immediately.When bled against a man descending from the, art, his x mark, Jordan Ryals his x mark "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests
next compartment. He thought for a Levy Mixon, his x, mark Delongan Davis, of your new Electric Light. I believe you
44 Conditional' on what ? he was in the carriage it struck moment that he must still be dreaming, his x mark, George Frazer, his x mark, will find no difficulty in bringing it into
'' On our not marrying till next him that perhaps he might have for it was Rodney Blake.It Aaron Benton his x mark Solomis Owains, general use. Eastern Man. "Northwest
year..". reached Reading before Lilian started, was no dream,, however. Fairchild his x mark John W. Davis, his x mark Lumberman." HENRY BI GlJ.\1\I.
Anthony Young his x mark H. M. Lanier "We take in
: pleasure stating that the tests ;
Did he the but reference to the time table took his arm.
give impressionthat u
you Hector Peterson, Anderson Smith, his x we made of your Electric Light proved perfectly t
'on that condition we might con- showed that it was doubtful. ,If only I "Are you going to;. Glenfoyle' ?. he mark, 'David Wilds, Cesar Jones; his x satisfactory. You will have a large
asked. mark William Jackson his x mark, James and ready sale. Yours truly # s
sider: ourselves engaged? asked Blake. he had risen at his usual hour "
Yes, was Blake's short reply. Smith, his x mark William Smith, his x RICHARDS & Co,,
Lilian hesitated. He had half an hour to spare whenhe We will gotogether, then. I have mark Philip Jones, his x mark Donald 24 and 26 Fourth'Avenue, N. Y."
He did not seem quite to say he reached the terminus. He went something to tell Macpherson whichit McKay, Goobby Alrin. Alonza Crane, hisx The above testimonials explain them !
consented,"' she replied and he into the refreshment room to get a cup may interest you to hear."' mark. Arch Haddock, Thomas Haddock, selves.WE l
hinted that everything was not quiteas of coffee he felt and done "What is it?" Benjamin Libby Elija Higginbotham, John WANT A NUJOER OF LIVE AGENTS. ,
; weary up. "The contents of a letter from Blake. J. E. Green. B. L. Higginbotham, hisx G. W. FOSTER & CO..
he: would like it to be. What did He had not been there many minutes cousin, Major Fairchild. You knew him mark John McKindree, his x mark. William 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.

he mean ?" when he felt a hand on his arm. He in India when he was Captain Fair- Jones his x mark George Haddock, r -. ... '.
Sr., Alexander Jones, his x mark, George
He meant that he would never turned round quickly and saw Blakeat child"
Washington, his x mark Henry Baker hisx
give his consent, and that he wanted to his elbow. Blake shook himself free. mark, James Haze his x mark, J. T. Haddock 1. .

soften:; :the blow by simply postponing Good morning," said the latter, You may go alone," he said with an Henry R. Stewart, Wright Williams,
it. He will never consent.". who had had time to decide his oath. his x mark Thomas N. Haggadon, James I
upon Fairchild hesitated whether to let him McKendree, J. J. Vanzant,, his :x mark,
Why not ? asked Lilian eagerly. tactics. The moment he had caught go off or whether to pursue the subjectof George W. Libby D. T. Haddock, John H.
Because l!he dislikes me." i sight of Fairchild he knew why he their morning encounter. He decided haddock. Zach Haddock, William Battist, 4O pT 70 ,
Why ? Bow can he ?" was come, or at least suspected it. that no good could come of doing so. J. R. Gale, Joseph Haddock, J. D. Haddock .1
His illness had been noticed before his his x mark A. F. Walker, H. Ryals,
HIt; i is not so difficult, he replied Are you going down this morning? :
Toney Melton, his x mark Rufus Haddock,
and Blake would be able to clear
with a slight smile but as he wouldnot Yes I Fair- fainting, x.mark Hann his mark.
; expect so, replied himself from all hand in it.So Fairchild his Augustus x -
tell me the reason, I cannot answer child." turned on his heel and left him. Jack Brown his x mark Randal Brown, hisx 9WP$?

your ;.question. I thought him open So am I ; perhaps we may travel lIe could not make it out.' One thing Aaron mark Love, Conner, his x Brown mark,,B.James B. Nix Haddock James nvc 4J

and generous: till last night, and now- together if you are bound for Reading,' was certain-Lilian and Blake had not Young his x mark Peter Bell, his x mark, Z ,.1

well, : I daro say I am prejudiced as I am." met.He John :Mason his x mark. J. B. Wingate, hisx
him took a cab to Glenfoyle in great mark Allen Brown! his x mark, John W.Colly .
be wishes to Fairchild
against reflected that if he
separate only
excitement. When he arrived he found David Colly, John Campbell his x
us. could keep close to Blake he was sure everything in confusion.A mark, Madison Campbell, his x mark Alex-
"I cannot believe it," she cried. of not missing Lilian. He would have few words put the doctor in posses- ander Webber, his x mark. Win. T. Russell,

It is true.: Has he said a word to preferred to see Lilian alone, but did sion of what had occurred. J. A. Vanzant, David McHaffie. that
We, the undersigned hereby certify
wake!you think he looks upon me aseven not know exactly where she and Blake "Thank Heaven he exclaimed. By the persons whose names appear in the

{possibly engaged to you ?" were to meet. So he responded as a most Lilian's providential chance a schoolfellowof foregoing petition signed the same, or attached J
came unexpectedly yesterdayand
Lilian their marks thereto in our presence,
reflected and
unconsciously cordially as he could to his compan- lIlY sister persuaded her to stay the and that neither fraud,bribery nor deception
interpreted all the doctor had said. in ion's advances."I night. Lilian haved so strangely thatI was used in procuring said signatures or

the most unfavorable way. see you are having a second thought she was ill and sent for the marks. I
",He:can not-he shall not separateu breakfast," remarked Blake ; I thinkI doctor, who was to come at ten in the [Signed] J. A. VAXZ\JCT. I
morning. Lilian, however, insisted on J. W. COLLY Orlepni.
she said firmly."Hecan will have some coffee too." his TCew
going out, but I was so convinced that
; and he will." He ordered the waiter to bring it. something was wrong that I insisted on ALEXANDER WEBBER, Opening December 1,5034: Closing May 31.1885 I

llotjney 1" she exclaimed, stopping You look very seedy'this morn- my sister accompanying ,her Then she DAVID McIfAFFiE.mark -IINJ'FIZTilEACSIICVorTllE- I.

suddenly and laying her hand on his, ing," he added to Fairchild ; "I thinka became hysterical, and Dr. Cope ordered -
''Jo you mean at?" little brandy would do you good." her to keep her bed for the day.' State of Florida, ]L United States Government: I
It was a narrow When she
He escape. County of Nassau j IOn
her hand.
"I 'am rather unwell assented -
found that it was impossible for her to this day personally appeared. beforeme ''II
unless you love me as muchas Fairchild. leave the house alone she tried to persuade William T. Russell to me well known, $1,300,000
I hope." Waiter, some brandy," cried Blake. her old nurse to telegraph to who. being duly sworn deposeth. and says I ;'n.n.1
I love you more than my life." You must put some in your coffee," Blake, but Susan firmly refused. Blake that each and every name or mark affixedto Appropriated. by the Jcncr.il (; '
saw several trains in, :and then.returned the above petition was the act and deed of I.
!I" he
own whispered. he added I'm medical and
; a man, the to have signed the $500.000
The to liis house, hoping ,to find a telegram, party ,
terrible dread which had seized prescribe it. Have ticket ? same, and that said signatures were signedin I.I I.
you your but as none had arrived he returned to Contributed I hv the Cili/r>ir>f X:w Orleans.
her heart died awr.v as he spoke, anda I'm just going to get mine while my the station. At last he determined to go the presence of at least two creditable witnesses I

fit of sobbing relieved her. When coffee cools. Shall I get yours?" to Glenfoyle and find out the meaning of deception, and that in procuring there was said no fraud signatures, briberyor or $200,000, I

the; was calm again, Blake put before Fairchild had to decide in a mo- Lilian's failure to keep her appointment. marks of said persons, whose ,names appear Appropriated by Mexico. r '
her] \vjth all the power he was capable ment. He kept a sharp lookout for Fairchild, signed to the above petition.Signed. $100,000 I, ,
of. the who escaped being seen by only just [ .] WM. T..RUSSELL.Subscribed ,
necessity of acting for them- Let me go, he said, rising ; I catching his train. and sworn to before. me, this Appropriate br the :Mile hf Ix>ui>i.irw. I Ii
!; l.r\$. He invented reasons of a powrlull1:1d will be back in a moment." The news of her lover's unworthiness, 29th day of December 1884. I

why they should marry at As you like," replied Blake. which had to be told her, affected poor [Signed] JOHN H. HADDOCK. i $100,000,
unee< not scrupling to draw on his Fairchild had argued that if Blake Lilian painfully. At first she would not Justice of the Peace. Appropriated, by the' City of New Orleans. i!

agination in view of the terrible believe it, but was forced tQ do so at last, .
left him he could easily give him the From $5000 to $25.000fAppropri.itrd"
especially as further proof was not want- Sheriff's Sale.
Probability: that, unless he won her slip. On the other hand, himself. ing in his silence. She was ill for some II hv Inmi'iier i>.r 1.110,. (:sties rf
consent> to his wish chance of could leave the refreshment; week and by virtue of execution and Fortier Cinmmes. .
every ; room and When she recovered she asked UXDEU, out of the Circuit Court, Fourth i
binning her would soon vanish. get a porter to fetch the tickets while that Rodney Blake's name might: never Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, I Every State and Territory in the,( Union r.preeerted, ,i''
:' Le-an-i fJanoiu and ,
and a:1 the
lIt' need scarcely have Lie his be mentioned to her. .. suit in said Court determined, whereinP. neallv ?
pleaded so kept eye on the door. He didso in a Countfies of tea A'orio- J ,_'
hard: Fairchild acted wiselv, and let some and Clarence N. I
: she I: Courter is plaintiff
was too to and
ready ac- in his
gUee was soon place. months pass by before fie made.any attempt Brewster defendant and George Henry gar- The Biggest. Exhibit! the Cgaest:: Bllidlng! and ,the. :
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e her eyes whatever he did Blake had not quitted the corner in to win her affection. She did not nishee. I have levied upon and will sell at I Biggest Imustnat: Event: in the ." '

gas right; whatever he proposed, which they were sitting. know what part he had borne in saving public auction in front of the Courthousein ; I I World's H'sor! ). \ .

lSe. Before they separated she had But during Fairchild s short absence her from Blake,for Susan kept silent andso the city of Fernantlina on ,Monday, the I 'APPLiCATON"! VOK 3.N'r:1- "<.J.KKf!: >r 11':1\1':1': ': }:''Y
Promised did the others. But she knew it after- 2nd day of February A.D.18S5, all the right COTKBM: : "-!*.\i'K rely a'crirviiIKry. : ,
to ... ..
meet him the next his had drawn .
morn- companion a small vial title and interest which George Henry had > ;t'1U-r T'tis ::i E '11" AST '
ward-when they were married.-All the ,"rnu"H; : .U.b ,
et "
inn but one, and be married in Lon- from his pocket, and quietly poured a Year Round.llayiiooil's. on the 27th day of May, 1832. or at any time 'I'Y"Of
on. He was to return to London at few drops into the from, which thereafter in and to Lot one((1)).Section four- ,. I The cJiwnr-t. r.itr or;r:"t:. cyrr *n.+j&n "" :.
n'A and obtain cup teen ((14)), Township two ((2)), North, Range i i the :anii.li4" "i'.'!":_n-ix ,t.4JsecnrtU./, '" We.tIll ,; ,. <;;
the necessary license. Fairchild had been drinking. Therewas Hand-Grenade Fire Ex twenty-eight(28)East.( containing fiftyfouracres. j peoniev! r' ':ntrw ; -< "*i -
.lP1na For inioniu+.n.at..irc I i
'hile Fairchild was expecting no one about, and his action, hid- tinguisherFor I K. A. rwr:""f:. |.;
f\'erv (1;1 t o.hear from 1 his cousin den by a newspaper, was unobserved. sale by E. S. Loomis. Terms cash purchaser paying for title. !' Direrturiicneri.V \L.,4 C. C. E..JEr
Xtv i.o '{
Bl had Sheriff. I
ake Price $10.00 dozen. J. A. ELLERMANN,
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been very civil to him "Thanks, very much, he said, .'as 5.50 per half dozen. Fernandina, Fla., January 3, 18S5. ; __- _--__

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THE FLORIDA) MIRROR. The Knights of Honor. That in some of the magnificent distancesin Fresh Sauerkraut'

Florida it would be_ a long time between At JACOB LAKER'S,
Cor. Sixth and Ash sta..
i .;1.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS '
,14.f; The Grand Lodge of the Knights of Honorof That here's her best regards to Secretary S. Blankets and Comforts

j .. Reflections. Florida met in Palatka on Tuesday of A. Swann, of the Florida Yacht Club; Below cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.;

4. : this week. The reports from the various That we are, proud of having so distinguished -
i i Mayor Pope is home again from his trip Chowder
Lodges show that the Order i growing very sailor in our midst ; Clam
1. to New York.
I i ,': rapidly in Florida. Weeapopka Lodge That he had better tack luff, come to, and This tf evening, J. FRED LoUMA 'S. Millionsof

1 i i The State of Texas this week brought a full Nt o. 2,535 of this city, was represented by :Mr.W. inform us when the yachts expect to ren-

i t list of passengers and a large freight. dezvous. acres of Farming
I H. Garland. The following are the om'cel'S Hollandlsh Herring. Orange

s III I Rev. Mr. Mason, of Philadelphia, father- elected for the ensuing year: Ex-Mayor Haley Just arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S. Timber and Grazing Lands*

I in-law of the! Rev. Mr. Arnold, is on a visit Past Grand Dictator-A. J. Russell Talla Cor. Sixth and Ash sts. situated in
counties and
'j to Fernandina. hassee. 'Informs his'Fernandina Patrons for 29 ,

Haley's Custom-made Suits comprising lands
1 : The Senate has confirmed Collector Scott's Grand Dictator-J. Huff, of Jacksonville. Overcoats and Winter ClothingAt bought
That his Samples, Measures, &c., can be cost. AT PAUL FUNKE'S' by Sir Edward
appointment by Gov. Perry as Collector of Vice-Grand Dictator H. J. McCall, of found with J. Reed, from

} ItevenueforNassnn. Madison. MR. J. H. PRESCOTT. the State of Florida in 1881
Assistant Grand Dictator-C. B. Magruder COTTAGE ,
: A new lot of chamber suits, bedsteads, LUCY are now offered at graded
of Warrington.Grand .
;. bureaus. mattresses, pillows, &c.,. just received Reort.er-A.) H. D'Alemberte, of The Spring Styles and Prices should be Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, prices. /These.lands were selected -

;, by Fred. W. Hoyt & Co. Seen by all in Want of
Pensacola. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
Mrs W. S. Rawson arrived here Thursday Good, Goods .at Low figures.
Grand Treasurer-J.H.Ancrum, of Jasper. ley late Commissioner
evening from Canisteo, New York, having Grand Guide W. H. Garland of Fernan- Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished withor of the
been called here by the serious illness of Fruit of the Loom 4-4 at 8i cents, cash without board. Table Boarders will be State Land Office, and Mr.
dina. Only on Monday, at MODE BROS'. accommodated; also'transient. ,
Capt. Rawson. Grand Chaplain-Rev. N. A. Bailey, of 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. M. A. Williams, late agent for
Miss Ida Whittington, the talented musician -
)Iican who has been stopping for several Grand Guardian-H. Stewart, of Jasper. MERCHANTTAILOR..
J Halletf Boston; J Broomfield, Atlanta, is a guaranty of their
months at the Mansion House, returned to Grand Sentinel-J.H.Sage,of Fort Mason. high
Ga: W P Taber, G M Franks, J Geoken, WM The
her home in New Orleans, on Tuesday last. State Medical Examiner-Dr. J. D. Fer- Dean, Frank J Cain John J Devine, R. G. :McQUITTYHas quality. purchase known

j i The Stale of Texas, which sailed for. New nandez, of Jacksonville.. Thomas' McGee, New York ; Miss Reon, removed his business to the rooms over as the Reed Purchase was only
York Brooklyn, NY ; L J Cooper and wife, St. the New York Bakery, on Centre street.
,; ; early yesterday morning, carried 1,991 .Grand/Representatives to the Supreme for sale this
Louis, Mo; S B Gilman, Bangor, Me; B H He has received an assortment seasonable opened year, and
bales of cotton, 2,247 packages of oranges, 75 Lodge-A. J. Russell, of Tallahassee Al- Webster, Jacksonville, Fla; Jt A Steele, goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto the lands have. not been
cases of cedar and '165 packages merchan- ternates-H. J. McCall, of Madison, C. B.Magruder Jackson, 0; J L Horsey and G L Baltzell, make them up to suit all tastes in the culledor

dise.j Warrington.Grand Fernandina; D D Cheney and wife Sparta, best style. picked over. No part has
Wis: D Smith and wife, Westfield, New ,? "*Repairing neatly done.
j; Messrs. Samuel A. Swann and M. A. Williams Trustees-C. V. Hillyer and A. O. York ; A Haddow, Sparta. Wis ; Miss Nettie Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884. been reserved in any manner,

: have purchased of the Florida Land MacDonell, of Fernandina, Mr. 'Loeb, Hernandez and Miss Mamie E Kelly, Fer- and the whole is open for sale.
1II Palatka. nandina, Fla; }Ir. Iglane, of New York.
jam! Immigration Company all the lands
SEWING MACHINES Special prices on large
:owned by that company along the line of On motion, it was decided that the next Atlantic Pavilion. tracts.

"j regular meeting of the Grand Lodge shouldbe Timber lands, virgin forests in
: and
Florida Railway Navigation Company Mrs. Sweeney, would be pleased to see her ALL LATE IMPROVED :MAKES: ,
;jbetween this city and Cedar Key, aggregat- held at Pensacola, opening on the second friends and the old patrons of the "Idle bodies of 50,000 acres and up.

i I ;:ing in all over 300,000 acres. Tuesday in January, 1886. Hour," at the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia For Sale at Manufacturers'.Prices wards. Lands sold for cash,

: The neatest yet; three pounds of the best Jlfra., Grundy Says: Beach, where she is now established. or on long time.
.:Java coffee in a decorated canister., Order

1 ;one. Sold by Fred. W. Hoyt & Co. That the Monday evening Musicale was Notice to Tax Payers. of every description, and The Florida:Land and'MorlgageCo,

j The Grand Lodge of F. & A. M., meets on well attended ; The Tax-Book for 1884 having been placedin for any Sewing Machine, (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
That it disclosed the fact that there is a hands, I am'now.ready to the for sale.
Tuesday next, at Jacksonville. Fred W. my receive
good deal of hidden musical talent in this State and County taxes for the present year. -
Hoyt, W. M. of Amelia Lodge, No. 47, will town ; :May be found at my office on Second street, .

represent his lodge. He will also represent next to Prescott's shoe store, on Wednesdays Old Machines repaired at moderate .. <
That )fro Dotterer and family are receivers : / :
Nassau Chapter No. 23 at the Annual Grand and Saturdays when not on a collecting prices.
par excellence. i tour in the country. HENRY HOBEIN, \, ;-..*!.&!.*

Convocation of Royal Arch Masons, which That Rev. :Mr. Chandler's smiling coun- W. F. SCOTT, Corner Third and Ash Streets ".;.I:',.'. ': ',{:..

i convenes in the same city on :Monday next.Don't tenance is again seen on our streets ; Collector of Revenue for Nassau Co. 8 Fernandina, Fla.

stay down on the wharf and freeze, That we presume he is happy because his Fernandina. Nov. 15, 1884.

when you can buy an overcoat for $4, at ..
MODE BEOS'. Bishop concluded not to send him into the A Great ReductionIn

wilds of Florida, Jacksonville, or any other Dress and House-Furnishing Goods,

: The "Florida Dispatch. out-of-the-way place; AT PAUL FUNKE'S.

The Florida Dispatch this week has issued That evidently "Conference" concluded
its Exposition edition. The attractive feah is sphere of usefulness in Fernandina could NoveltiesIn

N t tares of Florida, her natural resources; horticultural not well be ended just yet; Shawls; Nubias and Jerseys,

: j and agricultural productions, That she thinks the Conference was cor- '.' AT PAUL FUNKE'S.

IP I lands, climate, facilities for transportation, rect Private' Board, THE [ EGMONT I HOTEL[!

; etc., have been lucidly set forth by the able That the steam yacht Hissoe is at Charleston At the Brick, Cottage on Seventh street.

3 ff.I = -; editor, Dr., Redmond. Twenty-five thous- undergoing repairs near Egmont Hotel.
? ; '
and Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor GEORGE MELLON, Proprietor,
have been
copies printed gratuitous
That it had a set-to with old Neptune and without board Transient boarders will

i distribution at the Exposition, which will got knockedout.That be accommodated.. _

certainly prove a very valuable advertising :Mrs. Carnegie and friends are on MRS. T. P. G. THOMPSON. a' == _=-

medium for Florida at the Exposition. Our their South. Fernandina, Fla., January, 10. 1885. T

ft*i yofcng friend, Chas. W. DaCosta, is the energetic That way the Episcopal Church shows a splendid ThermometerFOR _e 11L& fTg ; ;
Range of
of the
financial record for the past year; :; i:_::;: [ '
Hush, Hush Hush That few seats are vacant during Sunday 1885, AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. :

: What means that .rush? services. 7 A.3I. 12 M. 3 P.31. GP.M. WIND.
t Ladies Black Diagonal Walking Jacketsat1.2.3 That Rev Mr. Ar1' old's heart is cheered J Saturday, Jan.10......GO 66 65: 64 S. E.
Sunday, "l1..fiO 65 64 63 S. E.
: worth $6.25, on Wednesday, at by the anticipated visit of :Mrs. Arnold and Monday, 12..58 64 63 61 N. W.
? :MODE BROS'. the Tuesday 13... 57 62 62 60 :N. E.Wednesday .
children, ere long.
-- "- ," 14..59 60 65 64 N. E.
? : The Skating JUnk: That the remains buried in the Clay fam- Thursday; 15......64 78 78 75: S. E. II iI'', d'' ,, V.N .

: :A new feature of entertainment is to be ily lot near the Presbyterian Manse were Friday, ?:" 16..65 76 76 74 S. E. __ III I h

III introduced at the rink on regular skating removed to Old Town cemetery Wednesday.That 'MARINE. h+ IIl+IHIh ..I+,II,+II, IIIIIIII+I 1lIIIII11111 I I7IIIV! INItlIIII Pouts,1 Ik P

nights, in the form of races and contests of! it is unfortunate that our cattle or- ,.

different,kinds skates. Two dinance cannot be Port of Fernandina. MIS II ill ,t
on races will enforced. .'. ; Iti ujiu P --
.. take place next Tuesday night-one of a That Eaton's float" floats ; HIGH WATER.
Saturday+January. 17...... 8:44 A. M. 9:03p.3 r.
I{ ; quarter mile by novices, and one of a half That he intimates there is a floating debt Sunday, 18..... 924" 9:44" -

mile by the best skaters. The first will connected therewith. Monday, "" 19.1003. 1024"
Tuesday 20..10:41.: 11:0-1"
I commence at 8 oclock, and the second at 9.' That there are more new buildings con- Wednesday, .". 21..11:2:! 11:49":
...... .
The Thursday, 2': 0:00" 0:12"
1 regular admission price will'not be templated in town ; Friday, 23..0:42 1:07" :
>, changed on race nights. That the future of Fernandina is only a ENTERED. a-. ;::: z wsos ; ;:--

;. ,0n Wednesday night, January 28th, a ball question of time ; Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, from OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO
.. will be given at the rink, particulars of That it will be a mighty long time if any- Brunswick, to F.daily Simmons with freight, agent.and passengers -

.which will be published later. thing depends on the road to the.mainland; Jan. 13-Steamship State of Texas, John Risk, -V FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
litiI from New York; freight and passen-
: I That some one should be interviewed immediately gers, to R. W. Southwick, agent. ,
; Cane Tassel. and severely enough to insure Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from .
.Some remarkably fine specimens"sugar Palatka; freight and passengers, to
the possibility of that road ; W. O. Jeffreys, agent. ;
,:< cane in tassel exhibited in office "
were our -
That parties have been desirous of goingto Steamship City of Monticello. :McKee,
{ .j this week, grown on the St. Mary's river, from Charleston: freight and passen-
"t the mainland witn teams, but could not, gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent
\. and in the neighborhood of- St. Ga. "
Mary's, as the road was so badly washed ; 8-Steam-packet'St. Nicholas, Usina, from
.Savannah; freight and to
Our readers will understand that this fact passengers
That it is evident the commissioner of F. W. Simmons, agent.
R :: is evidence of the perfect adaptibility of our Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen from -
section highways needs an admonition, or some- ,;Savannah; freight and passengers, to
for the
of r
: production in
sugar cane .
thing more. ,F. W. Simmons, agent.
i its greatest perfection. Many assert- Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina,from
That the skating rink Angel is going to Savannah freight and
; passengers, to 3bET PRICESFOR
ing that, although cane may be and
grown, race next Tuesday night, and that George 4F. W. Simmons, agent. ; ,..
?, at a profit, it will not tassel,save in the most 13-Steam-packet Florida,' Amazeen, from "
Lewis is getting to be a "crack" skater. Savannah; freight and passengers, to
favored sections of Louisiana
or Southern F. W. Simmons, agent.
That there is nothing like a goat to makea
Florida. As one fact is worth a thousand Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from -
Fernandina boy happy ; Charleston, freight and passengers, to
1 : (heories, we commend this one to parties That some of the youngsters in W. O. Jeffreys, agent. .
j : good locations for in the are adopt Jan. 12-Br. b'k Our Annie. J. B. Ermond,Per-
1 {seeking farming handling a "billy/' nambuco, to J. C. Read. ++++++++++++++++++t+-

., South, and may also add, that as thrifty i
That it may have been a poor "show" for CLEARED.

; :_ : groves of oranges, and lemons may be found the people, but it was.a mighty good one for Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for
: scattered along, though as yet little frequented the Brunswick daily, with freight and SASH BLINDS DOORSJr ::
circus; passengers, by F. W. Simmons, agent.
: ; : ; the beautiful shores of the St.
; That it cost Fernandina about $3,000; Jan. Steamship State of Texas, John Risk.for
i ;i ;jMary's river, as on the more widely adver- New York; freight and passengers, by ,
That most of the boys came out just a lit- R. W. Southwick, agent.
i s': jtised St. John's while the cost for "
acquiring tle behind in the encounter with fickle for- Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel for ..
-- ++++++++ -- +++++-ET-+-
; j such, is at present, as ten to one in favor of Palatka, freight'and passengers, by
tune; W. O. Jeffreys!, agent.
.: the St. : river. .
Mary's Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
That if some of our colored friends are
"" for Charleston;freight and passengers,
heavy hearted, theirpockets are light enoughto by W. O. Jeffreys agent. Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
: :; St. Peter's Church. counterbalance Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, for Savannah -

.. : .i Rev. 0. P. THACKABA, Rector., ; ; freight and passengers, by
: That few of them will care to see the .; F.W. Simmons, agent
f SUNDAY SEEVICEL: 11- .team-Packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for
"Tiger" again in the immediate future; :; Savannah
; ; freight passengers'by
Morning, with Sermon, 10:30: a. m. Evening
That the old plea of taking the children"was -F. W. Simmons, agent. A LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVEDFRMD. -
: with Sermon, 7 p. m. Sunday School steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, for Sa-
at 3 p. m. numerously illustrated ; vannah; freight and. passengers, by r
LENTEN SERVICES: That some of our country cousins lost .' ,, F. W. Simmons, agent.' .
Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
Morning Prayer, Litany, Wednesday and faith and ten dollar notes in the circus. for Charleston;by W. O.Jeffreys, ag't.
r Friday, 7:30 a. m. Evening Prayer, daily, That individuals .10-Sch." Jonathan May, J. B. Little, Phila- \ .
: except Saturday, 4:30: p. m. peripatetic sometimes delphia, lumber, by J.C. Read. CO;
; called tramps, are quite numerous about 14-Sch. Quaker City, B. McNeilly, Philadel- Wo HOYT & .,
i HOLT COMMUNION: phia,lumber, by Payne Cook& Co.
;i j' ;First Sunday in every month, 10:30 a. m.; town ; 14-Dan. brig Nellie, SI L. Svendson, Gloucester
: .; third Sunday in every moath. 7 a. m. During That they nearly all have an organic stom- 15-Sch. Nell,'En g., lumber, Davis&Bros.
I : ;::1 : Lent, every Sunday except first Sunday ach difficulty; Johns, Antibgulumber,J. C. Read. SECOND STREET, ABOVE CENTRE

I f .7:30 a. m. That they never complain of wet, cold,
: NOTF.-The time is Standard. Xo Special Day for BargainsAt

:: The seats .in this Church are free at all nakedness or thirst, but are always J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can, get them
:1 l services. hungry ; every day. :FE: :RT .E3.loTD: I1v.A.. :F L.4.-

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