Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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VOL.' VII. PERNANDINA, FLA.; SATURDAY.- "" ',. JANUARY 24, 1885.. 1STO.: 9.

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REPORTS' FLORIDA HARBORS ber R, 1884. The only local traffic is carriedon RIVERS AND HARBORS. irectly interested in the profit accruing THE RAILROAD ASSURED.At .

interesting document just sent to by,small boats and lighters, and for these rA from,immigration should bear the expense.
the width and depth is .ample.. In view of ," The discussion i
the War Department '" resulted in the offering: of
Congress i is a special report by FOR SOUTHERNWATERS.., readers that the early completion of the Ta-
the report made by Colonel Gillmore of the h the following preamble and resolution by
on a number of rivers and harborsnot WASHINGTON January. 17.-The House vares, Orlando and Atlantic railroad is '
inside route from 'Fernandina to the St. ''Dr. C. J. which guar
treated; of in the engineer's annual re Committee on Rivers and Harbors, to-day anteed. ,During the past few? months the.
Johns river, I do not think it is necessaryto : Whereas The Florida Fruit-Growers' Association
ports. j1'hiS gives considerable attention to completed consideration of the River and is a State institution of financial depression in the North unsettled
make additional until fundsbe composed
any survey
Florida rivers and harbors. The reports Harbor Appropriation bill for, the next fiscal leading citizens in various portions of the matters to such an extent that no capitalist
available the improvement
from Major Durwell and Captain Ros- to carry on projected State, it is justified in seemed
are year. The bill appropriates 11299200. expressing opinion willing to invest in new enter-

sell. the proposed improvement at Char "- in the lower section of Times the The estimates, as'prepared by .the engineers" regarding andWhereas the Florida. Exhibit at. New Orleans prises, while those already established have-
route. 'Washington Correspondent ,
lotte Harbor is not recommended. On thecontra'ry. Union. in charge of.the various, :;;improvements.. The association has not the been compelled to struggle against adversity;.

the report closes by saying, "I amounted to $34.507,630. The bill embraces funds to secure and prepare the exhibit;and, perhaps only to succumb in the end. The-

am of the opinion that.nothing further needbe EARLY VEGETABLES.While items for harbors as follows i as the reputation and future 'prosperity of management: of the Tavares, Orlando anil

done at present with a view to the improvement rginia.-Norfolk and the State is at stake; be it, therefore, Atlantic road have met with all sorts or
the approaches, $50-
". we are only preparing groundfor Resolved. Thatin, the opinion. of this association
of this harbor. Regarding Hom- 000. '* *?' it is vexatious disappointments which have -
the compelled
the spring crop in Georgia, our Florida :: imperative duty of the -
osssa: Bay the report'also speaks. with disfavor friends( in many localities have their vegetables North Carolina.-Ee&utori'S'$5,000; .; Eden- Legislature to take immediate steps, and delays in the progress .of their work-. "l
It the cost will be from $100,000 vote a suitable appropriation for a Florida These in turn
says up and rapidly advancing toward ma- ton Bay, $2.000.. J ;: exhibit on Florida Day at the Exposition at begot a feeling of doubt amfc
to $ll JJ.OOO to make even a six-foot channel, turity. It is true, they will continue to South Gmlina.-Charleston harbor, $150- New Orleans. distrust in the; minds of those who had sub-

and \. nth no prospect 'of any considerable 'plant for succession, .as. we do here, and 000; Georgetown $2,000.Georgia.Brunswick ,*' Resolved That a committee be appointedto scribed to the stock, and they! have been':

conn erce. RepardingSt. Augustine harbor, $18.000';;< Savannah, transmit this resolution to the Legislature slow in meeting their obligations. But the- 9
of advancement
show in stage _
the at tide twelve crops every _- and urge the adoption of the measure; work of '
he ri- torts depth high as 85000. -: grading and preparing: the roadbed
further on in, the season ; but, where they also, to make such suggestions in regard to
feet, which: is, he says, ample for the needsof have been wide awake to their interests and Florida.-Apalachicola ;Bay; $10,000; the distribution of this fund as may be has gone steadily but slowly on until at the-

Anclote Harbor, he is deemed advisable.CommitteeD. present time the of the line
commerce. says the capacity of their soil.and climate, their Tampa Bay, $10.OOO ; Cumberland Sound grading between.

not worthy of any improvement at present. first plantings for the spring are well'n the Fernandina, $75,000. Redmond Jacksonville: Tavares and Orlando is almost completed.

Regarding the Wekiva river he says : way maturity by the middle of'January-. .Alaba uz.--:Mobile, 120000.! Dr. J. J. Harris, Sanford; ''George R. Fairbanks A few weeks ago Mr.Abrams went to New-

It flows: through a well-wooded country, Having from one to two months advantageof .Louisiana..-"Sew Orleans $150,000.FOR Fernandina.The York to make some arrangement for iron

its banks being generally swampy. It empties following resolution, offered by Dr.
us in reaching the early markets, they RIVERS. and rolling stock. He has returned nfter-
into the St. .Johns river, about five anda have it all their own way during that time V Virginia.Appomattox, $12,000 ; James, George W. Davis, was then:passed: having been entirely successful in his mis-
half miles below Lake Monroe. On the $2,500 Resolved, That the Secretary confer with
$150,000Mattaponi sion.
except only such competition as that grow- ; ; Rappahan- Capitalists with whom he negotiated t
St.Johns river from this point to Jacksonville ing out of the green and hothouses around nock. $12,500 ;' Stan on$1Q,00Q ; York, $17- the the competitive Florida Commissioner'exhibit of,the and citrus request familyat that came on with him. examined the situation

\ there arc'evernt steamboat lines and the large cities, which can never be serious 000 ; New, $5,000 ; Dan, $>,000.. the Exposition at New Orleans, be for the in person, saw what had been done, took a"

ample facilities for freight. Before the with a great and growing population to be North Carolina.-Cape Feaif river, $70,500 ; best quality variety and quantity.On look at the country through which'the line-
building the South Florida Railroad a supplied. With this advantage what may Currituck, sound, $5,000Neuse' $5,000; the offering of the following preambleand runs, and inspected the sources of businessfor ;

stetriner: ran on this river, and last year one they not accomplish on the truck farm ? New, $5,000; Pamlico!and ;Far, ,$5,000 ; Ro- resolution by Dr. C. J. Kenworthy.. the the road when completed. After a t

was.'put; on the route; but has been with- The vegetable supply of a nation of 50,000-; anoke, $17,000'; Trent 2,500. Secretary rather. demurred,.so far ,as it related -' thorough examination they met: the officials 1

dra 'n. At present two barges are poled up 000 of people begins in Florida fully three Snuth Carolina.-Ashley, .$1,000 ; .Edisto, to him personally, expressing an of the road in Jacksonville and Satur-
and down the river, 'and attend to all the to take of himself. day.
months before the cold ceases iri'the Northern $2,500; Santee, $5,000 ; Salkehatchee, $3,000; ,care l

freight business. Near the head of .navigation States ttrid slowly travel northward, enabling Wacammaw, $3,000iiappoa; $3.000; Whereas, D. H. Elliott the Secretary of and fastenings were signed, and a portion oC: '
of this river is a country fast settling the Florida Fruit-Growers' Association, has ; t
Wateree, $5,000. the rails have been
already turned
each latitude traveled over to harvest;; for many years, been untiring in his ..exer over to-
up, and the improvement made will soon and dispose of its crop before the_ seal of Georgia.-Altamaha, $7,000 ; Chattahoochee tions to benefit the pomological and agri- the company. and are now on their way to- '

require some outlet, but I am of the opinionthat $. ,OOO; Coosa, $40,000; Flint, $20,000 ; cultural resources of the State and withoutany Florida. .

for some time there will be no need of competing Ocrnulgee $5.500 y; Oconee $2,500 remuneration; and, as he was unjustly'
; Romley On the 15th inst. track laying is to begim c
attacked through the columns of the Times-
I made several
any improvement. attemptsto I combined to bring about this admirable arrangement marsh, $14,000 ; Savannah,. $9,000., Union by Mr. A;'H. Curtiss. be'it Tavares. and the work is- not to be allowed ;

get commercial and business statistics I! the one in providing for' the Florida.-Apalachicola, $1,000;' Caloosa- ; Resolved. That D. H. Elliott merits the to stop until t'Rins.are! running into-
concerning this river without success, but Chocktawhalchee thanks of resident of Florida for his
production and the other for its quick hatchee. ; $12,500 ; I efforts every Orlando. .All of the rails are to be ready ',
from conversations with planters in that Escambia I untiring to benefit the State, and that'
Escambia Conccuh
transportation; while scarcely has the last $6,000; $2- the uncalled-for and unfounded assertionsof and delivered to the company's agent it*
section I am of the opinion that were a
shipments of the season been made from the 000; St. John's river for the channel over Mr. Curtiss were calculated: to injure the New York by the 15th day of next month..

steamer put'on this river there would be south when the order is reversed, and the the bar at the mouth, $150,000'Upper; St. State as well as the reputation of the Secretary Mr.' Abrams will leave for New York ou
from 20,000 to 30,000 boxes of oranges for of this association.
North, in turn begins to pour out her vegetable John's, $5,000 ; Suwanee, ; Davidson. the 22d instant to superintend: the shipment.of .
her to move, and that this will increase Volusia bar. ,Withlacoochee. Adjourned, subject to' call of the Chair- 4'
$3,000 $2,000
wealth,upon the South. This is a re- I ; ; the material. A force of four' hundred
rapidly with t.ime. man.-Times-Union.
ciprocity of a vast importance to the growthand $2500. men will be put upon the work. Under the-
THE AMELIA RIVER. prosperity of the nation supplying and Alabama--Alabama 'river; ", $10,000;! Ca- contract the work is to be completed to
He devotes considerable attention to the I ,GREAT FR UIT SH O IV OF 1885.PARK .
enriching it, as it -were, hi floodtide'waves haba, $10,000; Tallapoosa*'$5,000-.;'- 'Varrior' .. .. ,. '- .-.r b ,the first day of June next.
question. .of ,i injP! J';yJfi! ithgjjAmfilia features'j-iyer' '} il, t6: idT[tlitt rlthtro 1 r i i-i.. ,,:r tahigb Jan Bj : '}, ""' OBE.HELD.f OPf:rHarotlNUS 4y: OF)fiIIE'STATIE': Sp AmpleFolliria'stbel'liasalsobeeni v.1 -- "ecurec-- -.-'
saying} the most important, ofthe 3fwrissippi.-Channel tBilo' .;.. .w 1
flood, like the Nile, depositing its fertility bay, $5,000 ; ASSOCIATION UNDER_ THE SPECIALMANAGEMENT 4.
river is'that' it forms a part of the inland so that when the track laying is finished the-
Big Sunflower, $4,000 ; $6,000
and for and ;
sustenance new growth more
equipment of the line will be
route from Cumberland Sound, Georgia and ASSOCIATION. completeand
Florida, to the St. Johns river. An exami- exalted civilization and power. Such possibilities Pascagoula, $3,000 ; ,Pearl, $6,500; Steeles' 'Jmx ES-Dr. C. J. Kenworthy and Dr. Geo. i ample. The rails secured are sixty
of wealth need Bayou, $2,500 Tallahatchie, $2,500 Tchula W. Davis of Duval A. I. Bid-
agricultural ; ; ,
only County ; steel rails r
nation of this route, with a view to its improvement pound rolling stock is to be first !
the intelligence supplied by a high order of Lake, $1,000; Yallabusha,. $1,000 ; Yazoo, well, of Orange; O..P. Rooks, of Sumter ;
madeunder class the road will be standard
was direction of George R. Fairbanks of Nassau ; H. S.. gauge, and
General Q. A. Gillmore, in which he divides i civilization for its full development and $10,000. William, of Brevard ; Dr.R..H. Mcllvaine, with all its equipments be strictly first

the route into two sections. The upper section afford all the incentives to action that 'couldbe Tennessee.-Big Hatches, $2,500 ; Caney of Levy ; W. S. Allen, of )Monroe and Dr. class in all respects.-Orange County Reporter

comprises the route from Nassau Soundto desired by the most ambitious of man Fork, $3,000; Clinch, $1,500; Cumberlandriver John A. Brosnaham, Escambia. :

Cumberland Sound, and passes throughthe kind. There is no need that any should below Nashville, $12,500 ; Cumberlandriver LIST OF PREMIUMS-REGULATIONS, ETC. RAILROAD XOMENCLATUREi

hastily run into excess in the pursuit of above Nashville, with a view to secure 1. Best collection and display of
Amelia river, Kingsley's creek, The master of .
of the
Citrus Fruits in Flor da$100100 transportation Pitts-
four feet in the channel French grown
easily won fortune, where there is room and $100,000 ;
or cut, and Amelia river. Of this section it i Second ..... 50 00 burg, McKeesport and Youghiogheny Railroad -, is
wealth for all who strive. Broad, $1,000 Hiawassee, $2,500 South
is stated that Kingsley's cut and about one enough may OUJgrowth ; ; 2. Best collection and display of is making l
an aggressive
and a half miles of South Amelia river, immediately at least in the South, is not., abnor- Fork Deer, $2,500; Tennessee above Chattanooga Fruits, all varieties, grown in campaign
south of it the mal, but moderate steady and sure, placing $5,000; Tennessee! to complete ..' 50 00 against many irreverent persons who-
are only places call that road the +
3. Best collection and display of Oranges Peemickey. The expression --
Mussel shoals. :
investment safe and 350000.
on a footing insuringits
where any obstacles exist to the passage, at 20 00 "
"Peemickey to have I
high of vessels due reward to industry. No other country No appropriation has yet been made for Second 10 00
water, drawing 13 feet in t
; roused his ire arid is regarded kind of
fact! for the; remainder of the route they presents so fine a prospect for the young, the improvement of Galyeston harbor as 4. Best Peck of Oranges, one variety 10 00 as a tI
nickname. Let the nickname
in spite of the small incidents of occasional proposed by Captain Eads. The matter Second 5 00 anyshape I
canjpass at low water. The improvementsto 5. Best one hundred Oranges......... 10 00 but that and the master of transpor-
bb depression, magnified by some into serious will be considered the early part of next
made here consist in making a cut to Second ... 5 00 tation's firm nerves will never tremble.He j
avoid a sharp bend, and deepening the existing obstacles, and which pass away with the week. 6. Best two boxes Oranges............. 10 00
channel. For this whole improvement rapidity of the seasons. Whoever will may The bill provides for appointment ofa Second 5 00 is not., however, the only official nor 'tj y

Colonel Gillmore prosper, as hundreds of our Florida readersare commission, to consist of seven members. 7. Best New Seedling Orange, raisedin his railroad the only railroad to complain.
recommends the
} Florida not less than ten
adoption of a channel 80 feet wide by 11 proving every day and as many intelligent whose duty it shall be to examine the vari- specimens.............................. 10 00 There is the Buffalo, New York and Phila-

feet;deep, at high water, at an estimated cost truck farmers in the very suburbs of ous river and harbor improvements, and report Second best...-.. 5 00 delphia Railroad, for instance which is gen-

of$;00,000. It is also stated in this report Savannah have been proving for years. to Congress: within a year. It alsoprovides 8. Best dozen Navel Oranges. 5 00 erally alluded to by the newspapers of the-
dozen Mandarin Tangierine
When times dull and low the for for the 9. Best' or oil regions as the Bnyanp. Again, there is-
that it are prices established a consulting engineer
appears that appropriations for its Oranges............a 00
improvement) were made at various times grower has but to move with a Mississippi River Commission, and recom- 10. Best dozen Maltese Blood Oranges 5 00 the Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley and Pitts-

fronj 1828! to 1838, amounting in the little more caution, pay a little stricter attention mends the appointment of Captain Eads, at 11. Best display of Oranges on one burg, which is commonly described as the-

aggregate to the outgo and income, produce a a salary of$3,500 limb...................... 5 00 Davnp-an even more severe abbreviation,
; to the sum of $78,000, the bulk of little more of this and a little less of that, per year. 12. Best peck of Lemons.................. 20 00 than Peemickey or Bnyanp. A more successful --
which was expended in dredging out Kings- according to the variation in the supply and Second 10 00
le)'| eti) Amelia river, three or four miles demand, and push steadily forward with the Meeting Fruit-G rower.. 13. Best dozen Citrons........ ........... 5 00 : effort at condensation is made with
sough of general improvement of the farm to meet 14. Best dozen Shaddock....... 5 00' the name of the New York, Pennsylvania
Fernandina and Gunriison's cut, in WAYS AND MEANS FOR A DISPLAY OF FRUITSAT ........... .
the returning tide of prosperity.-Savannah 15. Best dozen Grape-Fruit 10.00 and Ohio. which is known as the Nypano
SaW )it creek. four and a half miles, south of News. THE EXPOSITION. 16. Best peck of Limes..................... 10 00 .
NasYau Sound. Pursuant to call by the President and the 17. Best (dozen Pineapples................ 10 00 Just how the provincial condensers manageto
A List of Letters 18. Best bunch of Bananas.............. 10 00 pronounce Bnyanp and Davnp, unless
; report made by Captain J. C. Post Chairman of the Executive Committee of
Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- 19. Best display of Strawberries........ 20 00 they spell'them out is a question to puzzle:
Gores of Engineers, United States Army,'to dina, Nassau County Florida, at January 24, the Florida Fruit-Growers' Association, a Second best............................... 10 00 anybody but a Welshman or a Russian.
Colenel Q. A. Gillmore, June 22d, 1877, 1885. Persons calling for these letters must number of the officers, together with members 20. Best quart of Strawberries........... 5 00
toU< ICS on this subject. The following is say they are advertised : of the association, fruit-growers, and 21. Best two dozen Guavas.............. 5 00 Life is too short in this rapid, busy age to
Adams Josephine Elie 22. Best two dozen Pomegranates..... 5 00
an Anglin, allow long names to be pronounced in full.
extract from this citizens this Dr.
report : Proceeding Aarnhill, A T Baker, Cely prominent of city, met at 23. Best two,quarts Olives............... 5 00'1
from Fernandina to the south, through the Davis, B F Davis, James Kenworthy's office at 10 a. m. Tuesday.The 24.: Best bunch of Dates.................. 10 00 I If the railroads want to be treated with respect -

Amelia river, the width and depth of the Fhlvthe, J II Gibson, R discussion of business was opened by 25. Best six Tropical; or "Melon": they must learn to give themselves

channel! is ample for the navigation of ves- Hicks, Thomas Hunter, L the secretary reading the editorial in the Pawpaws. .............................. 5 00 shorter names. People, particularly stock-
House, D Irdah, Ed 26. Best two dozen Sapodilloes........ 5 00 have learned that
sels ;)f moderate draught as far as the second Sanford Journal, of recent date, by Dr. J. J. holding people a big
Johnson, Caroline Bell J F' 27. Best display of Japan Plums....... 10 00
reaqi before entering Kingsley's cut. Loomis, James LcCann, Joseph Harris, one of the Executive Committee of 28. Best display of Tamarinds.......... 5 00 long, ponderous name does not necessarilymean

Timjtigh this latter, for a distance of 100'artH Mitchell, J E :McDonald. G P the association; also'an article from George 29. Best two dozen'Mangoes............. 10 00 a, big prosperous road. It should
McFarland, James Prior, II APr 30. Best two dozen Sugar Apples.. ... 5 00 ever be borne in mind that the corporation
is but Commissioner from
four feet at low water. mxport, Francis Rodwell, Nellie Sawyer, Orange county, 31. Best two dozen Sour Sop............ 5 00, which
had the cheek call
to itself the Cincinnati
Thelwidth; however, is sufficient. Passing Simmons, Mary Wilson, E P in which was very practically set forth the 32. Best peck Japan Persimmons...... 10 00 -
on to Kingsley's cut and through it, between Williams, 'Abrm. necessity for funds to carry out the objects 33. Best two boxes Oranges packedfor Indianapolis, St. Louis and Chicagowas

the piers of the Florida Railroaddrawbridge S. T. RIDDELL P. M. sought to be attained by the friends of shipment........................ 10 00 gently but firmly abbreviated to "Big-
34. Best bunch of Cocoanuts, Florida Four." The fate of the Peemickey is another -
which are only about fifty feet ; St. Peter's Church. Florida at the World's Exposition.' This grown................................... 10 00
:spar, there is sufficient water until the Rev: 0. P. THACKARA, Rector. discussion was participated in by Mr. A. J. Second. best.. ..,..........:................. 5 00 lesson. Peemickey isn't,quite as shortras

southern end of the cut; is reached. Here, SUNDAY SERVICEL: Beach, of Palatka;.Dr. George W. Davis, of The Judges in this Department' will in no Big Four, but then Pittsburg.McKeesport

for a;.;distance of 100 yards, the channel is Morning, with Sermon, 10:30 a. m. Evening Ocklahoma;'E. Bean, W. ,H. Pillow and case award a Premium 'to' an inferior ex- and Youghiogheny isn't quite as long as-

but 6ftyffeet wide and four feet deep at low with Sermon' 7 p. m. Sunday School others, .of.Jacksonville. hibit.. .as the Big Four's other name. That should

' ate-. Beyond this cut, in passing throughthe at 3 p. m. LENTEN SERVICES: Mr. McQuaid, President of the State All packages of fruit intended for this be the criterion.

Dividing basin of the Amelia river, fora Morning Prayer, Litany, Wednesday and Park Association, very fully set forth the Department must be addressed : "Fruit The longer and more elaborate the string-

distance of JJOO) feet, the channel at low Friday, 7:30 a. m Evening Prayer daily, work of his association, and the very great Committee. State Fair, Jacksonville, of alleged cities which a railroad company-

water, though sufficient in depth, is but except Saturday, 4:30 pi: m. interest felt and efforts being made to :con' Florida." puts into its name the shorter and more dis-

tlllrt '.(h'e feet wide. Again, just to the First Sunday HOLY in every COMMUNION month: 10:30 a. m.; centrate a large and fine fruit display at respectful should be contraction or nickname -

soutl} of this harrow portion, for a distanceof third: Sunday in everymoath, 7 a. m. During Jacksonville, previous to Florida 'Day. Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. .' The greatest railroad corporation in

12ft feet, the channel, which is sufficiently Lent, every Sunday except first Sunday While he favored soliciting contributions of T INEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN. the world has a name of only one word ant I,

W'ide4 is but four feet deep at low water." 7:30 NOTE a. m.The time is Standard. fruit and. money from the- fruit-growers of JLj Samples sent upon receipt of :2-cent except on- Third street it has neither abbre-

A pefrsonal examination( of Amelia river and The seats in, this Church are free at'all Florida, the delay might be fatal and met stamp. AddressFLORIDA MIRROR. viation nor nickname. Simplicity: pays.-

Mnhl' creeks made by me on Octo- services. ., with refusal'on the ground that others more Vic; Fernandina, Fla. PldadelphiafieWs. .
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j I i ;. THE TRUE LIGHT. .,' I I did-:-anything so absurd, as'to ask for I the horn-basket behind), he''almost off and in answer I to subsequent inquiries But chaff fell flat, admonition were --
'1; BV J. G. WHITTIER.A ,'. 1 I I old letters to be destroyed, or to bury laughed his little black tail off of Art's she stated coldly that eeived with running: comments: of -
.=. tender child Summers- three, the past," as sentimental folk and poet Although'frequently piped untoin her card was, full. kind. 1 long expunged from his reverence a-
1 :: Seeking her little bed l at night, people,doin like cases. They simply the shape of invitations) the old lord For three days subsequently he, s vocabulary,and finally h coot
j 1 "' *"Paused on the dark stair timidly. sulked, longed for reconciliation, and did not dauct. and so, he was not at never called on her-a dangerous experiment -, Look, here, Lanton, be 4 a ma n-,Up.
'Oh, said no
I : mother hand she, the Caledonian ball at Willis Rooms with a girl like Harry- woman s worth
i And then the dark will 1 be all light. made no move till a picnic or water fretting over. Do your
Ii" party brought them together, and thenit that night, ,with a red collar: tacked on three whole days of golden passionate duty, don't ,whine over- it; and no
I .JWe. older children grope our way was either, Harry, I was a beast," to his, dress-coat} pretending to be a I youth lost, three beads fallen from the pull yourself together, and come and*
i i i; .And From only dark when behind our hands to dark we before lay, ; or,' ". Art, I'm sorry-sometimes onlya postman. But.Lord-Art was.there in I chaplet that makes up life's rosary look at my church."
i ..Dear Lord, in 'Thine the night is day, glance from the violet eyes, 'or an the full bravery and panoply of the But Uncle,Arthur did call, and whatis The Vicar of St. Dunstan's-in-the-
i And there is darkness nevermore.. abrupt ring-crushing grip from .a big Queen's Own, Orkney Islanders, of more asked the Admiral ,to dine Lane pointed out the mediaeval carvings -
illeach downward to the sunless days brown hand ; but, at all.events, Harry's which gallant corps he' was a sort:- of with him at Whoodlers, and had long and windows (the designs of whichchieflyconsisted
1 Wherein our guides are blind as we, make-up (I don't imply, mark you, honorary sub-lieutenant. Harry was talks with that port-absorbing sea-lion. of interlaced noses and
y And faith is small and hope delaysTake ; that the lady had studied the myste- there, as a matter of course, and before Then did my Lord Art do a very tongs, commemorative of the founders
t" : .-Aml.let Thou us the feel hands the light of prayer of Thee.we raise, ries macquitlage), and Art's unconditional he well knew where ,he was they were foolish thing from,:Mr. Worldly Wise famous feat,) the crypts monuments
surrender were always full dancing their_ annual_ reel, (a weird man's cynical point of view. He wroteto cells, font, lecterns, ,brasses, and a
j f .. THE BEST-.1MN, and complete. barbaric thing, in which the performers Harry very late one night. He rare thirteenth-century ha ios cope
I They were not engaged, nor had touch the, floor gingerly ,with their loved the girl, arid he told her so. He which might have been a kaleidoscope
j+ Let me'introduce to you' two men- they ever spoken of such a thing; but toes, as if it were i, Fir8t"to old Lord Arthur Lanton, they were chums,." or, at least, so regretfully over, their shoulders at their ,knocked all the frivolity'and.irresponsibility 'the exploring party wound up at the
; 3. well-to-do, fashionable, clubbable, they said to each other. Their 'sympathies left.legs, :when they are not engaged out of him for the moment, vestry.
iiet, soigne bachelor. Somewhat old- lay chiefly i in mutual. dislikings tying them i into true lovers*' knots, and he became so earnest, and wroteso This was a vaulted octagonal stone
iishioned, he called ,yellow yaller," of certain, people and ways of life. and snap, Hieir fingers and cry' late, and used so much notepaper, chamber. :Mysterious doors led from
:and always:dropped his final g's when High art in all its forms, creative, Hoo < 'at' excited intervals. But that.-the other men in.the club thoughthe it into dark' passages ; through the
talking of readin' or dinin* out. He critical and emotional, they were wontto the ry thm of the reel didn't' crush: Art's must have taken to writing for dusty ivy that: ceaselessly tapped and
wore a blue-spotted cravat, a buffX"aistcoat make almost malicious fun over sternness ; and when he led ,Harryout newspapers, and were naturally indig flapped against the wire-guarded
'. "\ a geranium in his buttonhole Shakspeare, Burne-J one Wagner, the for a lemonade under the famous nant, as his conduct seemed a violationof stained glass) the sun just managed( to
and a gold-mounted eyeglass, Society for Psychical Research, mel- Sir Joshua in the anteroom, he had rule forty-seven, which stated that struggle in colored shafts of light full
4 1 which he,held to but never stuck in ancholy bards, earnest actors with pur- lost his wonted smile; looked inclinedfor no trade or calling was to be carriedon of dancing motes ; the very urplice
1 :2iis left eye. At the time of which I poses and, generally the group that war, and sat by her side like a in the club." that hung on its peg in the corner
"write he was fifty-three and a-half, Art (Low Art she called him) was sulky Scandinavian god. The Queen's The next evening's post brought him looked like a ghost: It was a queer
n1 rgotfry, crackly as to voice, and rather wont to irreverently allude to as the Own 0. Fs wear, as you know, a costume a line : Too late' ; be brave for both place altogether.
:aJTected: in manner. He had vecued Serious Johnnies," were their pet aver more archaeologically. accurate our sakes-H. H.," and he promptlygave And where does that go to,pray?"
R I considerably about the time of the sions, but there were certain players, than artistic. orders to pack up for'a ride to said Art, pointing to a low wooden
1 ''Crimean war, and,now he played piquet and play-houses,. and newspapers, and Why has the good uncle of the the'equator' in lawn-tennis shoes, witha door thickly studded with heavy nails
and belonged to all the clubs race-meetings, whose names I forget, angry nephew not come to the gay parcel of refrigerators to soothe the to reach which one had to e cenithree
I that :are called after the names of the that they seditiously patronized. They dance ?'* Harry inquired Ollendorf- native chiefs withal. :Morning, however much-worn stone steps.
defunct coffee-house keepers.He also liked each other, in which last fianly. Weren't those roans simply brought him an urgent invitationto "That's the penitentiary; you see,
lived.in flat A, Regency :Manu particular I must admit they were not stunning, and' hadn't we a good time ?" breakfast with his uncle in Flat A, it would have been no use setting impositions
: ons" Victoria street, and his rooms, to blame, particularly at the ; 'tiecorated$ with old prints, were filled tender truce-making referred to. know that ;,. and, forgive me, you are solitary guest. their days writing. Latin, and preciousbad
i with baths and pipes, and tubes 'for Theywere both poor ; for Art; a getting shockingly slangy." .: ; "lily boy,", said his wellpreservedrelation Latin too," said the Vicar, and
;, 'l!. '.carrying up roast chickens inside the younger son, had but 'a small allowance Harry opened the violet ,windows as he began on a slice of mel they did all their swishing themselves,
1 Walls, and things for talking to people from the irate Duke; and Harrywas of her soul-wide open-and said on, you did me a great service,'and I so when they were in disgrace, or
: sver'so far away, and other evidences the youngest of the five unmarried nothing. shan't forget it. She is really charm- shirked the Second Lesson, you know/'
: ? .ofconfirmed luxury; and he was on daughters of an admiral ("a retired You devote yourself to my uncle- ing ; and I know you will approve of (Art nodded, he did know,) "or went
f : 1 ;igoool( terms with his brother, the Duke Rear-Vice-Commodore of the Pea can't help that," Art went on, and my choice. Art, your affectionate uncle out of bounds, the Abbot used to bot-
v \of Dorset. Green, or something of the kind, Art then the ppal of tiny silver bells is about to take unto his middle-:: tle them up in there for a bit till they
* f Secondly, to young Lord Arthur once called him), who was an irascibleold tinkled softly ; but then you are aged but still fascinatingself a wife." were sadder, and wiser, and hungrier
11'; l ianton generally called Art," for sailor of ancient family, who sat as I never serious for a moment. Life is A what? ,monks. Like peep? and he opened
t shoi"thy his own set. He wore' high a director all day on the boards of all a reel to you ; why don't you go to A wife, irreverent nephew ; it may the door.
r; 'i 'sollar6, a black satin scarf.with a pearl dicky companies in the city, and Girton and be a Wrangler or something seem foolish to you, probably is, more In the gloom Art could just make
i i pro In it, a white waistcoat, a gardenia sat at his club all night telling storiesof or have a mission, or go slum especially as I don't think she really out a table, on which stood a decanter
: xn bis buttonhole, and an unmounted all the sea fights from Salamis to ming'-anything to stop this fritteringand loves me (true, she doesn't quite knowme of. sherry and a box of Abernethy bis
:. 'eyeglass, which he never held to, but Alexandria. frivoling away your young life?" yet;) but she said yes' in a fit of cuits.
; :always, even when asleep, it is said, Every wise man has, at some timeor Art was getting ridiculous, and he pique with some unknown scapegracewho Heavy work of a morning some-
M ;, : -stuck in his right eye. He was twenttysix another in his life, been struck with knew it ; still he floundered on. was playing at sulks. But then, times," said the Vicar, laughingly,
t a'' : muscular, good looking, and the folly he has committed by the "This London whirl is so empty bless you, understand women, and when the font is as full as a pool of
,c t I nvinnlng 'in all his ways-except at simple act of a social introduction. and shallow. See here, Harry, per- love will come all right after marriage ; trout and the couples are sorting them-
r : : whist.. He _played polo and' shot Thiu edges of wedges, fractured friend-, haps! ,I've n f rjg r to:spea ,but let me I,and now you know what, I want. Special selves in pairs to be married afterward.:
1 t pigeons, and belonged to the Newlub ships, nay, murderings of loves, have give you just a:little '.piece of m Ymind license next Saturday,= St. Dunstan's- Take care if 'you bang that door you'11
il i ";', :in. fat B, Regency :Mansions and he, Don't you, know each other?" "I wouldn't give me a very big know; no crowds and reporters and fellows and takes two keys to open. Fancy
i : j too, had baths and tubes and many Really, you ought! Allow me to piece, if I were you, Art ; you know to gossip over it-they can do'that being shut up with the spirits of all the
modern photographs, and a cavern present':'and then the eternal mis- you haven't very much to spare," said, in a week if.they like ; and (you knowour erring friars who' dolefully counted
ann -c)f soda-water and other things, chief is done. There is a little devil she of the violet eyes ; and then he got old motto, Nunc aut nunquam ?) the hours and their beads therein cen-
t p and he was by no means on good called the Introduction,Demon," and cross, which was foolish, of course. you, my dear boy, are to be my Best turies ago "
terms with his father, the Duke of when the wrong people are introducedto What pleasure can,it give you to Man !I" Art was glad enough to get back to
a J .1>orset. From all which things can be each other he always chuckles over fret me so?" he growled. all "Your what?" the vicarage, and felt better after lunch
:gathered: his differentiation, 'as scientists his victim..-the introducer. He (the the rest of them, I suppose." Confound,it' sir can't you hear? and a big'cigar.. Suddenly he bethought
: say, from his uncle, who lived in little demon) had. a real good crow If there's one observation that a Best man ; second best, really," he himself of his duties.
f S+, the flat-below him. when Art Lanton, climbing up Jim woman dislikes more than another, it chuckled, as he made fair way with a "Good-b e," said the Vicar; "keepup
,. Art Lanton had been scrapish, not Tripper's drag at the last meet of the i is that just 1 recorded. To be classified, I reindeer tongue ; "and you are to heart, and when it's all over you
Ito say scampish; and rumor had it Coaching Club, in company with his : to be made one of a group whose ways I square the man who runs the church, and I will go a-fishing; together up
a ithat ie had offended the ducal head uncle, to his undisguised delight discovered and habits are understood as if they and the organ-grinding chap, and all north. It's a theological pastime, you
'.of'fhe family by giving party of a Harry Horton in the freshest were bacteria or blackbirds, to be the rest of it." know, from primitive time." Then
mixed and somewhat dramatic character and froufroue&t of rustling white summed up as so like a woman," are Art had his laugh out; he couldn't Lord Art laughed as he got into his
..;:ter at Dorset House, into the middle frocks, and then, in obedience to a statements and criticisms, as a rule, help it. Forgive me dear uncle, but cab, and there was a mischievous
' of which the Duke had most unjustifi- gentle avuncular murmur behind him, uttered by man in anger and listenedto really this new departure is so abrupt twinkle in his eye as he drove off.
' Da ,sably popped. However, his chief duly presented the elder lord to her- by woman with contemptuous indignation however, I'll see you safe through it Probably he was thinking of the old

around of offense was that he had ref well, to his chum. ; and so there _was a row all .; Ill .''square. everybody-brIdes---... .. .. .. .. friars.
'f cently been affectionately affichcd, and The old gentleman was in amazing royal, and it pivoted on slanginess in maids particularly. MilLeJelieitatwns It was a'very quiet wedding indeed,
1 .,. : indeed openly devoted, to :Miss Harry good form. He doffed his broad- general. St. Dunstan's why, that's old Cant- ,. only attended by the near friends of
.. ::Horton: Her name was Harriet, but brimmed white hat with Chesterfieldian You men," said Harry, who insist ley's church ; he was up with me at the parties," as the papers say. The
r verbody had called her Harryever courtesy, promptly installed him- on applying your racing, and Cambridge ; capital sort, old Bob. And bride arrived at half-past ten, with
a : 6 since she was a schoolgirl. self beside the rustling white frock, cricketing, and boating metaphors to now, let me see-yes, you are not quitea her bridesmaids, consisting of her sisters -
; To' describe with anything like fidelity and laid himself out to ,regale :Hiss all the events of this life, and who real peer ; still you get the, licensefor and the poetical young lady who
t: : dear ,Harry Horton would take Harry with somewhat obvious compli- teach us to do<,the same, haven't an the asking. Other people have to had been on the coach, and of whom
tap several consecutive numbers of this ment and somewhat reckless anecdoteof ounce of the pluck of the Serious go and ,tell shocking crams to old men Harry was, curiously enough, very
journal, which might possibly irritate his own early coaching days and Johnnies who have the courage to called, Deans of the Faculty and a fond. She looked properly pale and
I the solvers of the acrostics and the nights (" sugar and spice" sort of conversational use words out of the ordinary smokingroom Surrogate, who live in dens in the city interesting as, leaning on her father'sarm
II I people who read the city article. Suf- i pudding) all the way to vocabulary because they know' and ask stupid questions. Then there's ,, she swept up the aisle of St. Dun-
ificeit that she was graceful and svelte; Richmond., His nephew vainly at- what they mean, which the idle and new frock-coat, flower, lockets for the stan's, an operation, by the way,
.:th8.t;she had'.tossed brown hair, violet tempted an occasional. cut in from his ignorant don't. Do you know, you girls, cake-no, that's her department ; which the old lady'in the black bonnet -
I *eyesf_ big, deep-lashed, rather mourn- seat behind. No use, and the momenthe and I have spent years.in talking abject toasts,' rings, telegrams. Yes," he, and shawl who ushered them m
< < ifdl'soul-destroying,. real, violet eyes ; permitted himself to wear but for nonsence to- each other? and added cheerily, "it's a close thing but had previously performed that morn-
''that' from a mouth that was rather an instant ,a certain frown that Harry there was just a faint flush as she we can do it, ,and now I'm off; and he ing. The gallant Admiral looked
i :zmutm.c she was wont to laugh, as it well knew, his fate was sealed. Why spoke. In the pause Art had qualmsof got up. Oh, by the wpyhe said, fierce, as was his wont when happy
*wrer6, with a tiny peal.of silver bells; .men will put their stupid heads into conscience, and his eyes wandered as he turned to the door, "you haven't and glanced about him with a sort of
that she had hosts of admirers ; that the mouths of lionesses, to have them round the room. told me the,fair one's name." six dozen all round look in his face.
she rode withperfect hands and danced promptly snapped off, is one of Time's What do you think, of that?" he, Her name !I" said the elder peer, The gentleman at the organ played
.J with :perfect feet; that she was a insoluble pro ems. Occasionally she said suddenly, indicating the Sir as he quaffed off his claret and rang beautiful soft music-an orange blossom
TbrAve, girlish girl, and that she wasdi I threw a short monosyllable over her Joshua before them.' He knew she was for coffee ; why, I thought you must motif of his own composition : and
.most downright, audacious and deliberate left shoulder, where nestled the or- a'fair judge of pictures, and waited for have guessed it; Harry Horton, of the Rev. Robert awaited the party
flirt in London. This tendency chard spray poor Art had sent her an earnest verdict, to turn the talk course." within the rails. But there wasa
of) Harry's arose from buoyant animal that morning, but she devoted herselfto into a less stony and perturbed chan- The door banged as Art leaped gap, a curious hiatus, on the clergy-
>+ spirits, a quick sense of humor and Lord Arthur aine. The,temptationwas nel. rather than ran down stairs,'and Lord man left., Could it be possible? The
sajperlectly innocent desire to please irresistible. Uncle and nephewwere With the rapt gaze of a seraph Arthur smiled complacently.That" Admiral fired broadsides of fierce
people. This, however, is a subtle a new team to drive, and she hus- Harry looked up and murmered softly, capital, sort," the Reverend looks about him, the bride looked be-
matter of psychological analysis and tled them along merrily. Art tried in "Downright ripping !1"' Robert Cantley, M. A., was astoundedby ,wildered, the gentleman at the organ
ToaetapTiysical chemistry, and belongs inao vain to console himself with another It was too much for him, and after Art's abrupt and feverish invasionof pulled out all the stops at once to
way to this veracious chronicle. white frock beside him. To his hor- her own lecture I Rip ing! you him.and still more so to receive his cover the hitch, but there was no
: -"Art" and "Harry" certainly ror she turned out to be of a poeticalturn ought to be put on baby ,huskins marching orders" for the ensuing Sat- doubt about it-the bridegroom was
:made a pretty pair wherever they of mind, spite of her pretty face and water for a fortnight. The good urday, and to hear his old ally's keeping the stage waiting. The l little
arent. Ascot Hurlmgham and the Row and somewhat brusquely refusing to old uncle would not admire the young Romeo-like romance. Like a true old lady with the black bonnet dived
P new them well; and there was a firmAnd offer an opinion on the last volume of girl's discourse;" and then he hummedto Friar Laurence, he did his best to ad- into the vestry like a rabbit, and returned -
close alliance between them, spiteof morbid verse called "Hymns'of the himself an ill-advised stanza commencing :. minister ghostly and worldly counsel, after an interval, with Lord
"- the many keen encounters of their Hemlock," he sulked and had a bad Crabbed age and youth," even going the length of ignoring Art's Arthur Lanton the younger, and with
t wits," which, I regret to say, frequent time. of it. His outraged namesake, and laughed,.till suddenly the violet muttered imprecations as he pointed; him alone.
ly led to rude things being said, to High Art, and,all her followers were eyes turned into steel-blue, like thoseof out proverbially that the feminine fish The best man'held' a hurried con-
;pique< and,petulance on one side, and for the moment amply avenged for the Glancopis Athene, and as the valse yet remaining in the social sea were ference with the startled group. fan
ito; growlings and going away after many'insults offered to her and them, began Hiss Horton arose and flashedout fully equal in favor and quality to the' I certainly saw him a quarter 0
: rouse on the other. For all that, and'as for the little Introduction Demon "What right have you?" and specimens that had already been or hour ago., then I left the vestry. for
'dley never sent back photographs, or (who, was perched invisibly in then her partner came and carried her were about to be, extracted therefrom.: a moment to speak about the carriage:;




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and when I returned he wasn't there. I I man ; Messrs. Roberts, Co'perIountein =THE- Application for Liee lse. I -FINES

and :Sammis.On .
!1" i I I : ,To the Board of County mmiisoners
strange of
It's very Commerce and Navigation-Mr. Mallory Florida Photographic: View Co. Xarmiu .
County ] Florida
There was much murmuring and Chairman Messrs. Baker of :
; Lesley, Orman :
consultation, during which the poetical and Hankins. OPENED APHOTOGRAPH I respectfully ask to be granted a license \iILLINERy1
HAVE for the sale of ales, ,winesaud: liquors in the
On Immigl'"dtion-fr. Mann Chairman
looked the best
bridesmaid at man .
Messrs. Jones: Crill. Stripling and Chandler. f GALLERY;, town of Callahan, mid enclose herewith the ....................................................._-.
and his gardenia and whispered to the,, signatures of a majority of the legally reg-

startled sisters r"T'were On Agriculture-MrJ: Lee, Chairman ; Opposite the Post-Office istered law. voters: of this precinct,as required bv, '-AT-

better by far )[e.'iSrs. Mann. Williams, Neel and Cole. I
To have. matched our fair cousin with On Public Printing-Mr. Gaskins. Chairman where they propose 'to do first-class work [Signed.] I. D. HIGGINBOTHAM. KING'SBAZARHATS

Young Lochinvar," ; Messrs' Mallory, McKinne. Landrum having secured the services of MR. CHAS.
We the )
his and Proctor.On DE'V AAL. well known as a superior Artist undersigned registered voters of
But no bridegroom, "dangling Enrolled Bills-Mr. Hendricks. Chair- in Portratit Photography. Election 'District No. 9, of Nassau county.. -

bonnet and plume," or his LincolnBennet & man ; Messrs. Cooper, Lee Hankin.s' and Patronage respectfully solicited. Florida, respectfully request that the Board BONNETS
', of County Commissioners Nassau county, ,
was to be found high or low, Martin. $ LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHYalso -
Florida do grunt Isaiah D.
fast and then the On Corporations. Delano, Chairman ; attended to., Higginbothamthe
the time was ebbing Messrs. MeKinne, Hankins, Landrum and. promptly right to 'sell distilled and malt liquors at FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS '
Admiral lifted up his voic, and gave Sammis. 47 MARSHALL & DOBBINS. Callahan in the above named district.

words not understood On City and County Organization-Mr. T J C Geer London Jones, his: x mark,
utterance to strange. AND John Holland A Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mall Fidis i
and that ancient McKinne, Chairman ;,)Iessrs. Crill, Mallory, NEW CHEAP GOOD. his x mark, Amos Denefield,' iI
of the many, Mountien and Martin. Tony Conover, his .x mark, Tobias Jones, I

mariner's eye glittered wickedly, and On Militia-Mr.Orman,Chairman;Messrs. GINES BQILERS his x mark, Samuel Jones, his x mark, :H CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS

roundly swore that his girl shouldbe Neel, Williams, Cottrell and Proctor.On W Thompson his x mark, Hamp Jones his .
he "Send and Legislative Expenses- )Ir. Roberts, i-NEW AND SECOND HAND. V x mark: J D Higginbotham, J W Sheffield, Linen Collars and Kid. GtbYJcc
married. out scour Mack Rollins
Chairman; Messrs. _Lesley, Gaskins, Delano ALL KINDS ,OF, MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES Sherrard General. Horace
London 1 Where's the lubber shirking anti Sammis.: H Braddock Jacob Pendarvb, his x mark,
All of the Latest
Comblmed>> Orange Box and Shingle Machine Allan Ogilvie. W J Thompson. J H Saul Styles.,
if ,
the Williams Chair-
at. steeple On Indian Affairs-Mr. ,
? String me
up Eagle Gin, Saw Male, Planer, ,Renew, A-o Owen Jones, Burney B Moses '
she goes back from church !I" man uid Burnam.On; Messrs.. Whidden, Lesley, Mountien Auk for fnfalomie and Price before buying. Chapman 'Win Crain, his Bryant x mark E G FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS.

She shan't go back from church, ) Privileges and Elections-Mr. Lesley, RANDLE & DUBANMACHfCOT f Stewart. James A Braddock his x mark.
and gravely. Chairman' Messrs. Orman James 0 Burney his "x mark, John Williams Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.
said the man quickly : Cooper, Sheppard '
the bride- and Cole. 65, 67, 69, ELM ST, CINCINNATI, .Q. his x mark,"W B Boothe, James H
'' It was my duty to bring On "Appropriations McKinnc, Chair- (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) Jones, James Allbritton C K Buford. J

here, and as he's not here, it'smy Messrs. Delano Gaskins irankins and N'Hig inb thai)), :\Ie heck Burney, his: x --r-i + t-i
groom man ; ++1 II I I I
mark II II I II II: 1.1 I i +-
bounden duty to provide a substitute Chandler.On In the Circuit Court, H Johnson.. II Thompson Moses

for him." l"'isheriesIr." Cottrell Chairman ; FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU Lang, D C Crews, his x, mark. J K Crews, SUMMER: GAl\lES. !
his x mark, Jacob Young, his'x mark,
Messrs.Orman.!' Cooper,Sheppard and Baker.
You will observe there was a touch On State Affairs-Mr. Whidden. Chair- COUNTY, FLORIDA. .'Enethy Sauls, his x mark, J W Swarts, I II I r Httl II II. U l+++:-r-t+-- .

of the Gilbertian ethics about this self-i tuna; Messrs. Lesley,. Jones. Hankins and DAVID WILSON and EBEN! Neil Thomas his x mark, Matthew J AI1britton. -
HUNTING doing business I Charles E .Murrhee, John High-

sacrificing young man. Stripling.On Railroads and Telegraphs-Mr. Cooper as WILSON & HUNTING, I Attachment. tower, John Williams his x mark, Henry Croquet Sets and Base-Ball BatS,

"Right, sir, by Gad but where is.. Chairman : Messrs. Speer, Orman, Whid vs. Amount $1,700. Bradley, Sr.. his x mark, Graham Crews
the substitute? My daughter was to den and Baker. JOHN H. BOYNTON, doing I Bond. $3,400. i his x mark, Henry Bradley. Jr, his x mark, MARBLES, KITES, ETC-

Lord Arthur Lanton and "- On Public .nds-\lr. Jones, Chairman ; business under the name John Copland his x mark, James R Green,
marry Messrs. Williams Crill Mountien and Bur- and style of JOHN BOYN- John Blake, Wm Thornton, his x mark. -ALSO-
"And if tyOll will accept him she TON'S SON.DEFENDANTS. J. :Melton A Clapp, his x mark, Malachi
nam. Large Grass Hammocks and
shall marry him," said the slave of ASSEMBLY.On WILL TAKE NOTICE Thompson, his x mark, Alberty Braddock Express Wagons.KING'S .

with a loving glance at the bride, Judiciary-Mr. Young Chairman ; of suit in the above Esau Clioen his x mark,.J B Carroll, W W -
dntt Messrs. Crawford, Perkins. Walker, Jr., entitled cause attachment issued out of Boothe B G Dyal, Britt Tilrmm, James
to whom hesaid half a dozen wordsin I'alnierl'errenot, Miller of Marion and Ow- the Circuit Court, Fourth, Judicial Circuit Hargo his: x mark, T Thomas, his x mark, BAZARrCor.

whisper. ens of Gadsden.On in and for the County of Nassau, and are G W Dyal, J A McIntosh, W H Wingate

"Spoken like a Briton, sir," almost Finance and Taxation-Mr. Hicks, notified to appear in said cause on or before H J Davis his x mark, Archibald Davis hisx Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandimt

She's if Chairman ; Messrs. Cone. Head, Snow, Lyle, the first Monday in April next or judgmentby mark, William Johnson, his x mark. W C -
roared the admiral. yours Grady, White, Byrne and Weeks. default will be entered therein.upon fail- Thornton his mark. John Carroll, his x $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT
she consents" Commerce and Naviation-Ir.; Ewan, ure on the part of said defendant to plead mark, M M Carroll, A Carroll, his x mark, I II \\\\Iff0\ / ;',.

As it is wish (dear father," Chairman Messrs. Bryant. Niblack, answer or demur to the.declarations: filed B J Carroll. E L Carroll Grisslie Thomas, '
your Figueredo, Monroe, Tate and Wilkinson of in said cause on or before the first Monday. I I Joseph W Ireland, J J Atkinson, Sr, John ON receipt of $5 we : < 'l'::
meekly I murmured the bride ; and then Nassau.On ill May, 1885. H. J. BAKER. Nettles, his x mark, D Burnett, his x mark, will send you an Electric :::__" n' :::::::

the Vicar had a little to say. Had the Railroads and Canals-Mr Crawford, Attorney for Plaintiffs.: Jerry M Keen. Abram Woods, his x mark.Step'hen Lamp. Burglar ::::I

banns! been put ? How could he Chairman ; Messrs. Kirk Niblack, White, JOHN A. EDWARDS Cohen,his x mark, J T McCall, A Alarms $1. Call Bells / "- ..- ;
Rush, Yonge. Himes Gudenrath and Wil- Clerk. of the Circuit Court, J Boothe, C B Smith Raymond Cay, Jacob $1. ElectricGasLighter 'Vxjj -1 S>
perform the ceremony thus abruptly ? kerson. of Marion.On In and for the County Nassau, Fla Goodman his x mark, David Green, John Telegraph Instru- "*"

Here, rlverend sir," said the best Corporations-Mr. Palmer, Chairman ; Fernandina. Fla., Dec. 27.1884-3mo. Boothe Joshua :Miller his x mark, W M ments, Medical Batteries
J Crews his x mark, Lewis Hall, Neebam &c. _
man, is special license, directingyou Messrs. McLean. Adams, Owens of Duval
of Gadsden and Forrest.On Turner, FC Higginbotham-J: W Keen, A "In regard to your, new Electric Light _
Lord Arthur Lanton of Perrenot, Owens In the ireuit Court Fourth Judicial -
to marry Mr. Chairman Higginbotham A D Carroll B F Crawford, we think you will"be exceedingly successfulin
Public Printing- Grady,
the Regency!.. Mansions, to this lady, Messrs. Ewan McLean Robinson of Circuit, Nassau County, Jim Sauls, R W Spann,H Lake.Wash Hary, securing its universal adoption.

and that is Iny name and my address ;" Jackson; McLeod. Emmons, Osgood: Byrd. Florida, In Chancery. W Goodman, his: x mark T McIntosh,J F Yery truly yours, MINER &; REDFIELIV""'
document On :Engrossed Bills-Mr. Adams, Chair- LOVIE EUGENIA SUTTON, ,Cooper H S Higginbotham, his x mark, W 737 Broadway"YI .
and then jie produced a man ; Messrs. Ashmore, Miller of Washington vs. }[DIVORCE.DAVID N Knight, J C Crawford, his x mark, Jury witnessed with much pleasure the tesa:

bearing a ryd seal, and before the mys- Robinson of Orange, Wilkinson Jr.:, HUNTER SUTTON. J George, R W Grant DV Large, Thomas of your new Electric Light. I believe :you

tic "'Ed. CVntuar," the Rev. Robert Gibbs of Duval, Lyle. MOTION OF THE COMPLAINANTby Dana A C Jones, B F Sanders his x mark, will find no difficulty in bringing it into. '
ON J R Dyal. his x mark, J C Keen, his x general use. Eastern Man."Northwest-
Enrolled Bills Mr. McLeod Chair-
Caritley naturally> felt it incumbentupon On her counsel John T. & George W. "
mark, Robert Goodman Jr, Willis Jones, ern Lumberman. HENRY BINGHAM.
him ((118 Incumbent of St. Dun- man ; ,Messrs.Middleton Quincy, Taylor, Snider McCaslin.On Gibbs. of Jefferson Walker, (it being made to appear to my sat- his x mark, R M Googe, Sutton Harkless, "We take pleasure in stating that the testewe
the of the Fourth Cir-
stan's-in-thjj-Lane) to do his duty, and State Institutions-Mr. Tumblin, cuit isfaction of Florida that) is'disabled'Judge by illness to at Jacob Goodman, Sr, his x mark, J I Cross, made of your Electric Light proved perfectly : --
Jackson Dukes his x mark. James,W Hig- satisfactory. You will have a largtr
he promptly, and without further pro- Chairman ; Messrs. Brewer, Chaires. Croft, tend to the duties-of his office}, and, on reading and
ginbotham J_D Higginbotham. E T Johnson ready sale. Yours. truly,
Powell, Peeples,James Robinspn.of.Nassau.,
test married the handsome'pair before and''-consideying' "liej-Bill, and the S W Earl &
On Public La.nds-Ir. Kirk, Chairman ; affidavit attached thata Knight, G W Barber. Davis, RICHABDS Co.
thereto W F S B McGlew. David Williams 24 and 26 Fourth AvenueY.s'The
Bradley, ,
Messrs. Kelly, Richards, Owen of Dnval, hearing be had.on the facts charged in the
J D Turner,James Hall, William Peterson above testimonials explain. them
little break- Frazier Hicks. .
was a pleasant Altman, Taylor. said Bill on the first Monday in May, 1885,
On \ilit.ia-'Mr. Head, Chairman Messrs, W R Smith, Redic R Thornton, Joseph
; selves.WE
which .
fast at the bride looked bright at Chambers. .
Solomon, Monroe, McLean, Brack,Emmons. Jones his x mark, Mack Jones, his x mark WANT A NUMBER: OF LIVE AGENTS.
and the bridegroom brave, and the Ad- Gibbs of Jefferson James. 3d THOMAS F. KING, Judge. J.B Lyons John Brown, his x mark. D M G. W. FOSTER &; CO.,

miral blended blessings and round On Privileges and Elections-Mr. Over- January 1885. 10-3m Sparkman. R Bryant, his x mark, D L Nor- 45-3m 21 Park !Row N.YlR

street Chairman Messrs. Chaires!', Ewan, tonY E Norton, J M Norton, James Cope- .
dozens in his and I have heard ; -
speech ; Walker, Jr., Bryant Palmer, Owens of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, land, J K Carroll Wm Branch C B Hall,

that they were all very happy, and Gadsden and Gibbs of Duval. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU W L Loyd, A M Powell, J T Gill, A Davis c

that when the bride was dressing to On Education-Mr. Quincy Chairman ; W II Bostick, Charles Vance, Henry R Fy

.she whispered to the poetical Messrs. Tate, Herndon, Cone, Perkins, Rob- COUNTY FLORIDA. Stewart, J B Gwynn J S Carroll, Charles
go away, inson of Orange, Owen of Duval and Alex- Floyd, James F Davidson, A 0 Green, hisx
bridesmaid, I shall be in no hurry to ander. DEXTER HUNTER, mark. Alexander Harris John Bryant,

come home, dear; if anything does On Public Roads and Highways-Mr. vs. 1 Green Wimberly Bailey Smith, J J Ed-
Robinson of Jackson Chairman Messrs. mundson, W H Maxwell.We .
happen Iknow about it. And ;
nothing Doing business under the $1,063.00.
the undersigned hereby certify that
Kelly Ashmore, Wetmore, Robinson of
now good-by, dear; ana, of course, I'll Orange, Clinton and Croft. name and style of JohnBoynton's the persons whose names appear in the 4cccA (1

write to you every day, and send me On Legislative Expenses-Mr. Bryant. Son. foregoing petition signed the same, or at-

some cake to Paris." Chairman ; Messrs. Snow, Robinson of SAID DEFENDANT, JOHN H. BOYN- tached their marks thereto in our presence,
doing business as John Boynton's and that neither fraud,bribery nor deceptionwas
Orange, Wetmore. Green, Middleton, Os-
And below Art waited for her, with good and Niblack.On :Son: will hereby take notice of the com- used in procuring said signatures or t'vy *

the few astonished guests ; and in a Claims-Mr. Byrne Chairman ; Messrs. mencement of the above entitled suit by marks. % ;

moment they were driven off with Herndon, Croft, Robinson of Nassau, Millerof Attachment in the Circuit Court }Fourth F. C. HIGGINBOTHAM.
Judicial Circuit in and for the of JAMES HIGGINBOTHAM.
much iin their hearts and Gadsden, Peeples and Wilkerson of Ma County
young Nassau Florida; and is notified to appear, JOHN D. HIGGINBOTHAM, :a: 1' s 5
much rice, down the back of their rion.On City and County Organization-Mr. plead or demur to 'declaration filed -

young necks. Owens of Gads en. Chairman ; Messrs. Mc therein, on or before the 'first Monday in State of Florida, I .

As how it all out I not Leod, Carter, Snider, Yonge, Tumblin,. For- March next, or judgment.by default will be County of Nassau.JOn
to came am rest and Sneed. taken herein on behalf of Dexter Hunter, this 7th day of:November A. D. 1884,

quite\ certain.; The Reverend Bob is On Agriculture-:Mr.: Charles!', Chairman ; the plaintiff above named.R. personally appeared before me I. D. Higgin

wont to declare that he got a telegramfrom Messrs. Powell, Miller of Gadsden. Washington W. DAVIS, botham, to me well known, who being duly

Dover that afternoon him Brewer Altman and McCaslin.On H. J. BAKER sworn, deposeth and says that each and
bidding Immigration-Mr. Green, Chairman Attorneys for Plaintiff. every name or mark affixed to the above
11 Lciok after the friar I"1 \ Other folks Messrs.Overstreet, McLeod, Figueredo,Richards ;- Fornandina, Fla., :Nov. 23, 1884. 1-3m petition was the act and deed of the party

pay: :.he laiow all about it, but this he McLean and Frazier.On .. purporting to have signed the same, and ;

stoutly denies. At all events, he and Indian Atflirs-\Ir.:: Kelly, Chairman ; In the Circuit Court,'Fourth Judicial that said signatures were signed in the
of at least two creditable witnesses,
Messrs. Black Ewan, Smythe, Perkins presence
the little old lady jointly and severally Bryant and Wilkinson of Nassau.On Circuit, in and for the and that there was: no fraud, bribery or deception JCeuj Orlenmi.

disc ,vered that evening"one Abernethy ost'Ronte.Ir.. Himes Chairman ; County of Nassau, Florida, I in procuring said signatures or i

bile! &it, one. decanter that had once i Messrs. Brewer, Miller Washington.. Os- Josiah H. Prescott 1 : marks of said persons, whose names appear I Opening December 1,1834: Closing May 31,18S3t
good, )Middleton Solomon and Byrd. vs. I notice of signed to the foregoing petition. .
contained sherry, and one Malvoliolike On Appropriations:: GudenrathChairman John H. o'nton.doing bus- { Attachment. I. D. HIGGINBOTHAM. -UNHRIC TIIK At'SI'ICK-S OF Til KUniiGd -

.old gentleman fast asleep in the ; Messrs. Ashmore, Perrenot, Wetmore, iness under the name and |f Amount Subscribed and sworn to before me this t Slates GDVErnraent.

refractory friars' penitentiary of St.Duristan's. White Herndon, Rush and Tate. style of John Boynton's | Sworn to 7th day November, A. D. 18S!.

On Fisheries-Mr. Solomon, Chairman ; Son. J $1,000.;, CIIAs.'ll. BERG
Messrs. Grady, Robinson of Jackson, Robinson -' above 'named defendant John H. ,Notary Public.

'J,sere was a nine da bore' laugh, of of Nassau, McLean, Adams and Wash THE of the City of.New York,-doing In Circuit Court,Fourth Judicial $1,300,000; iir

cou .e. Lord Malvolio it with ington.On business under the name and style, of Circuit, Nassau County,,.Fla. Appropriated by the General <; vcn>me/>,!_
Lyceum-like grimness, and now swears Public Health-Mr. Snow Chairman ; John Boynton's Son, is, }hereby notified to Lettie Miller 1 '
Messsrs. Overstreet, Solomon, Powell and his in and the above r'a
enter to en- $500,000 .
appearance :Notice of
heaR well of it but the vs. ,
titled attachment, suit commenced against H. doing bus'attachment.( .
PO the Duke that he Special Standing Committee on Temperance John Boynton, Contributed bv the CilI/ "! ifew OrleansAppropriated -
tackled forgave him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott iness under the name and j Amount .
his prod5g.-l for the sake of hisw.t -:Mr.: Carter, Chairman ; Messrs.'Himes Plaintiff, on 'or before the fi Monday in of John Boynton's f sworn to$400
.! ; son style I 200OOO"
| Wilkinson, Jr., of Santa Rosa, Ashmore and January, 1885, and to plead or demur to the Son. J ",
dati hter-in-Iaw who the
by James. I
declaration filed therein on or before the above named defendant, John H. bv Mexicn.

way|? has turned out an excellent wife.the ----- ----------- first Monday in February, 1885, or judgmentwill THE of the City of New York, doing OOOOO

littfe old lady could tell the R. CAMPBELL, be entered against him by default.H. business under the name and style of I $ i iI

stor$' if she':liked, but she doesn't, and J. BAKER, John Boy'nton's Son, is hereby notified to I Appropriated bv lilt Slate t>t J"j.i.I ...-,- j
RBALEsTArrEAGENT Attornev,for Plaintiff in above suit.J. enter his .in and to the above
her ; mysterious silence has been re- A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. entitled attachment suit commenced against I ,$100,000.. a

w rleJ.! Bob and the Admiral Waldo, Florida. Fernandina, Fla., September GlSS4-3m Miller before
Cantley him by Lettie plaintiff, on or I Appropriated! by llie ,City of Nenr r7tIt"I1", '
l both tell it well ; but the poetical the first Monday in January, 1885, and to .

> tells it better than HANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD., Sheriffs. Sale.DERamlbyvirtue- plead or demur to the declaration filed in \ From $5000 to $25.000, t :
bridesmaid anybody
: Lands Located, \ of a decree of foreclosure said. cause on or before the first Monday in ApprojVri.itfil +"V lmitiinr 'i'Klules, Citi** 44it
London n.'rld.. Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit; Nassau be entered against you. I' Tertitorrn Un;orir.orentad I ri
and the :
Titles Examined. State >
II. J. BAKER. Every 1
in suit determined wherein i ., '
county, a II and n anv' ai! tax L,"t'it-i? Nat.on alld. + :
Many bargains are offered, and all person Warren F.Scott is Plaintiff and Moses Rob Attorney for Plaintiff above suit.J. f County es of tr f lies a.
Standing Committees of the Florida (desiring to locate in Florida will find it to inson Defendant I have 'levied upon and A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. 'II I -- ; ; rt".

'. Legislature. their interest to call upon or communicatewith will sell at public auction in front of the _,Fernandina, Fla..September<< G. 1884. !!I The Biggest Eshihitthe: : C::JC.est Clilding and b&f H.

PEN ATE. me. 3-tf court house, in the city of Fernandina.. on ::1 Biggest In.r..f: 'ctat m tua ,

On Judiciary-Mr. Mallory, Chairman: ; the first Monday in February, A.. D. 1885. PA.TENTSruX'f H W:: : tj3 .' : H;
Messrs. Notice to Tax Payers.ThcTnx.'uook the second ofsaid month, all the r---:: .. :?
, McKinnc, Cooper Bryson and being day ..I:. trrt.ic.T:""" t'1.:: \-,. +ktnro.ifV7tnr., ..
trip1in;.:. for 1884 having been placed right, title and interest of the said Moses I I. Cut"7.a Jl'>t'1 -.' v'i. ''''.ti'r ",-:"; i s. rtt',"Y ';

On 1'.d Uion-r.-.- Grill, Chairman .. in my hands; I am now ready to receive the, Robinson in and to the following! described .th u tourt: & CO.a*.JMlcitore of the SnO'"TIFIcAlIfT.nIC.-\S'for P: tents.: Caveats.,Trade con- ".I ur. ,.n.rf::" ..'.......t .n...O: .,,' ". .!..I.....';" ...t:. p.i'U:;; .\ .:'0..:
) State and taxes for the premises, lo-wit: Lot three.(3)( ).Section six((6)) 1 _" .1; < .
e.'H1o.! Onnlan, Roberts, McKinne and County present :year. :.,r.-. C-pyrtelits. fur the United State Canada: : ,s sr "
l)akcr. May be.found at my office on Second street,. Township two ((2)), North of Range Twenty- : _:.:..',1. KrjjitGermnnr.; .etc. IIin Book erlence about. !' Tht', r.h--,: .r. vfs'V, ',,: .1b'....., "3 .:
I'.f fKf. r'pners'ex: lit :< ? ; : t "i"J
: 1 + On Finance and Taxation-Mr. Crill, next to Prescott's shoe store, on, Wednesdays eight ('a) East containing. one hundred' I- i. 'r | 'iMUN-N.1:: ;CO.sir:?noticed : fl, ..", .:".. <.>../1;:('.'_.. 'j;,.{.....-!..Y:i-.r.r1'"H'1If-,. ..,.;\o'......
Chairman and when not collecting acres, more or 1 less., ,..Ki' tirnCAti/Aut. '..t.taxl.ct.1e..tanda i ; ,. ; ,: m> ;;' :-r' :" (it
;Messrs: Gaskins. McKinne, Han- Saturdays on a n 1If p.rnrt'i..J., a' :,;, ..
cash r. i--ic./r ".Utttt jw5'T.ilapi'tT.: *;3.0nyear.: ,. ,,,.r( b'2.. '.t1" ''' ,. .f t
Kins and I tour in.thc'country. Terms purchaser paying for title. ,: : !-' ." ': "'.-'-, '
In.trr.tt. ,: ;
Stripling. c. a. ::- i' l rorsri; ; a1 1! InN- sns 'I : .
01) 'Y'. F. SCOTT J. A. ELLEP.M ANN, ....,. 'pothn: ri..uiffcASner- I l.).:.. ,t'I' .. 1"l,' ( '
Claims--llr." Speer Chairman ; Iessrs. "'" r 'e.a' ; ,. "' "' '-... .
Sheriff Nassau "" "I- ..r' "t; "'!"' a}'!...=-- .,( ..)... :::.viC f $ .1 -'i r.-)V V; '" ;
lesley" Gakitu, Burnam and Chandler: Collector of Revenue for Nassau Co. county. .. .%.1 B Ncw YlJr+.
s.zmoN. t.tr :-umlfr.
On Stale J oul1daries-Ir. Neal, -Chair. Fernandina, Nov. 15, 18S!. Fernandina, Fla., January 3, 188-1. .: .; ,. ,, :.1 ; -.".-. .,,---..-. -. "



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| FLORIDA MIRROR. no great weight from his residence at TO FARMERS AND ERUIT GROW hampered-; a proper .sentiment in the I TIlE INTERSTATE r COJIUI'l'--
r .. the South. He will not be recog- ERS. -.'" members should be cultivated so that the BILL.WASIHNGTOX. ;

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. To the Editor of the Advocate: business would be dispatched properly without January
-, ---.- -LT.-j-. rujuuj.nTJTjjuj..- .nized as having the authority to SIR:-Will you'* kindly permit me* to speak I* any suggestion; or dictation by the public It is,a general expression of opinion
Subscription, 83 per year; six months 81. speak for the Southern people. The fellow farmers and fruit f that yesterday's today
'f, a few words to my pre>s.. And if this can't be done in vote on the Slater

Office'I Corner Centre and First streets,second floor. people of the South have,.as'a body, I growers, through-:the columns of your wide- any,other way, then Jet members, who are amendment to the Cullom Inter-State Con*

-uT-ru-Lrlfxrur-----TLrin-ri-rLnjTJ>jinju -- _-_-_ j-Lj-r- ---LLruL; shown themselves thoughtful, gener- awake paper, hoping to induce some one, gui1ty,( Jdallying./tfr the sake of pet diem, be meree bill is a clear indication that the ('0 en-

'J:: RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten more competent than myself to organize: left at home!: We are not aware that Florida ate.wIll not pass any measure on thatsubject
and considerate towards the colored -
rents a line for the first, and five cents for plan to protect,our interests, and secure jto has ever had a Legislature composed of such that will be acceptable to the II us .

each s bsequent'lnsertion. race. They protect them in us justice and fair dealing from commissionmerchants. men: but. we undertake to say for the'present The Slater amendment provided that no

,Sjwrlal: local notices, 15 cents a line. This section-of Florida is essentially members-that of greater charges should be made for a short
their rights and tax themselves as a body, they are not haul than a long one, and it was
Refilling notices, 25 cents a line. voted down
Sper5al! rate for time advertisements upon appli heavily for their education. They do a vegetable and fruit growing country.Our that stripe: Therefore we let them alone, by 32 to 11. Tins) proposition is the very

catioiiiat the office.Communications. main source of revenue i is derived: from trusting to their integrity! as others shoulddo essence of the Reagan bill. The Senate isists ;. .
not believe in the cheap philanthropy on a commission, the
f the sale'of fruit 'vegetables: ; and we.'are: ,.to adjourn as quick as they can, in justice !?- was rejected by the House very thin.Thco1Io1C.1" I
upon all matters of local Inter- of words but give freelyto satisfied that our are nearly the business
promote : fully .crops not to public and the duties Committee reported a bill
est sol from all of the and from providing.. for
salon'the'!jcited lines of Florida party county the welfare, of their whilom so remunerative as they ought to be.- NOAV devolving on them'j; but if sixty days, ,or commission, but the I House: would i have a
: railways.
to do with it
All Communications intended for publication slaves. the question : is, whose atiltisit7..We'do; i even 120 days are required, we say to them, bill nothing b and! passed the K

'should be addressed to the Editor; all business The -: find not believeft i'3' ':firs, ..nor 'ttbhve; l\fty" anymeans I sr A Y.-Bartow,Informant. poses raulgmaJorlto'theSPllat to. foist upon the House that provision Era
as a body no
'\etterrSimply![ to TnE FLORIDA :MIRROR. negroes,. lay the entire blame upon the.tnnj- which J J is most objectionable to it. and

fault with' their .treatment, in fact, portation companies., We are loth to,charge LEGISLATION., THAT FAILS TO it swallow that or get nothing. The Senate make

SATURDAY, JANUARY S4, 1885. know that commission merchant" with fraudulen.t LEGISLATE. wants a commission, and the greater tIe
they would:not they.were 'any' '. ,- number of commissioners the better !
-;--, maltreated but for the information accounts, of sales., ormisrepVeseiitationsiu. Governor Hill. of New York, in his message Cullonrs bill proposed three '! Senator -
THE Senator
FLORIDA CLAIM ON THE regard to the condition'of our produce'whenit'ariivesinimarket"but to the Legislature calls attention to the Allison wanted to amend by making
UNITED 'STATES. given them by Mr. Cable and such the number and five
there'is one featureof evil crudely drawn legislation, which when then Senator Harrison
The testimony taken before the and ink friends as-he.: : jumped in at the I I last moment yesterday J
pen the business that to us.is i inexplicable, tested fntire' courts becomes practically with his amendment, increasinothenumber

committee of the Legislature in. Both white and black recognizethe and which{ ) I,calolily' designate. as an un- worthless., states: that during the Legislative to nine.

usual succession strange coincidents session of 1883 forty-five bills were recalled Senators explain their vote against
reference to, the claim of the State fact that their interests are identical Slater amendment by the
will explain --Most, of us 'are emigrants to from the hands of the Governor for saying that it did not
for the Indian War expenditures, indicates and they will naturally get go far enough. They say that it is as unJust -
this section and have relatives;, friends or such correction and intelligible. Duringthe to charge as much for a short haul

a most singular want of information along together without friction if acquaintances to whom we send every sea- session of 18S4 fifty bills were thus recalled long one as it is to charge more for a short as -t

in those who ought, to their relations are not meddled with. son more or less boxes of fruitand early veg while several of the most important than a long haul. For the reason therefore
that the amendment did not prescriberates
3 nave been better informed in reference Justice and equality before the lawis etables. As far as my knowledge extends, ,I reform. measures relating to New York city that freight would be charged for in

every box sent as a gift has reached its destination :, fell because the Legislature had adjourned'before accordance with the distance it is transported
its and Governor -
to events. of action.It
history recognized principle .
in good order.regardless' of delays on the Governor had, time to examine which everybody agrees could not
Bloxham, with a clearer under- is very certain that the race the road. I have sent oranges as a gift that them and point out the defects in construc- be done by Congress these Senators voted
against doing anything at all
.standing of the matter, wisely and prejudice is stronger in New Eng- were on the road forty-four days and yet not tion.The unjust discrimination.towards It is preventing the-

i prudently telegraphed not to accept land, so far as social contact is con- one rotted, while the best of them will get fault thus described by Governor Hill general opinion that a commission would be
in "bad order" in five day if consigned to a is almost universal. Every man who gets useless, if not worse than useless. The
a compromise: which would have cerned, than in the South. commissioners would have to be of adamantine -
commission merchant. Is it not strange into a State Legislature thinks he can draw

sacrificed not less than a quarter of The Southern people have 'more that fruit intended for sale will not bear a bill that will be good enough for all prac- ence morality of the bribes to remain that would honest be in offered the pres-for

.j a million of dollars of the just claim real sympathy, forbearance and kind. 'transportatioifiiea'r'so well as that which b!' tical purposes. As a majority of Legislatorsare dishonest conduct. It is thought by those

of the State.A feeling for the negro than any Northern \ to be given away'?' Well, it is a fact, and a not lawyers'the;' bulk of the measures ,closely who have that watched the reason their course the Senate in this is matter so de-

dicker such as was proposed community. very.suggestive one. Now; brother farmers, presented for enactment are defective in termined to have a commission is that the

______ ____ ___ your interests and. mine are identical, and form and phraseology, and, if passed as they House will not agree to it, or if it agree that
II and J'which, Senator Call says.he ap- --- u we must speedily adopt some plan for their come from the hands of those who read the commission will prove worthless for the
>; pro,\ed, was as unwarranted as it protection or the fountains of our incomes them in place, are liable to be rendered entirely purpose for which it was created. The dis-
The report of General: Gillmore in cussion to-morrow will probably discover
was;unwise, and if our Senators, had will cease to flow and leave us paupers in a useless by the flaws which lawyersand more clearly the object of the Senate, as the
themselves reference to the inland passage be- land where we should be princes. Can we courts detect in them. The amendments question will be upon the striking out of all

I q thoroughly: informed of tween.Fernandina and the St. Johns not organize Fruit Exchanges" and devise which are offered and often adopted only after the enacting clause in the Reagan bill
merits and the substitution of the Cullom bill
jll the of the claim would not pro-
1 induce dealers to send their render the confusion of
indicates that the subject is again at- some plan to expression worse viding for a commission.
t 1 3iave concurred in any such dicker. buyers to our own towns, and thus enableus confounded as those who offer the amend- Eighty per cent.of the members of the Senate -
the attention of the Govern-
tracting :
I The United States admittedly owed to dispense with the 'commission men ments are, in most instances, as ignorant of are lawyers-most of them are corpora-
tion lawyers. The remaining
+' 1 the State by the report of the Secretary ment. entirely? The ten per'. cent. commission proper form of legal construction as those are, with one or two exceptions twenty, cap-percent

The sum of $300,000 appropriatedto would more than defray the expenses of who draw the original bills.. italists and members of corporations, which

of war $224,000. The United this would give a practicable their buyers, and would give us cash in The evils of loose and improperly drawn act in sympathy with railroad corporations.It .
fj' States in nearly similar claim purpose fruit at is easier for a camel to go through the eye
every hand for our on delivery, depot. legislation are patent to every intelligentman.
the channel of needle than for
depth of 15;feet in a any adequate measure
has awarded interest on the claim in This is something? like the plan now in The proper remedy is not so obvious. prohibiting any unjust discrimination in the

W addition to the sum found due. and cuts connecting the.rivers. Thisis operation among the peach growers of Governor Hill recommends the creation ofa carrying of freight to pass the United States

the average depth of the St. Johns Maryland and New Jersey, and ,would'certainly new officer to be known as Legislative Senate a summary of the opinion of the
The interest from 1859 < of the bill. Mr. Reagan
on $224,000
\4 below Jacksonville, and would be all be more' .satisfactory. to us. Fruit Counsel, whose business it shall be to draw wanders over to the Senate every afternoon

to 1883, at 6 per cent., would be that for coastwise growers, ponder tl a/matter deeply, and if bills at the request of any member of the and stands around in a disconsolate way

:$440,000 making the whole claim : requisite con1- anyone can perfect a plan for its accom- I Legislature and to inspect all bills before with his hands in his pockets, with no one to

merce. :\Ye.liave not seen the bill plishment, let us have it. We need it and i their final passage in order to detect and comfort him. There is a strong suspicionthat
amount to favor the
$670,000. three or four Senators Reagan
reported by the Committee on Rivers cannot prosper much longer without it. I point out errors and imperfections, in time bill, but it is only a suspicion.
I The United States holds the 6
percent and Harbors and do not know J. MARTIN.. : to have them corrected before the bills are -

t It bonds of Florida to the amount Micanopy, Fla.* January 12, 1885. sent to the Executive for approval. The .RAILROAD LEGISLATION,
whether\ contains appropriation -
t of $132,000, and is entitled to interest any The bad order in which fruit is objection to this plan is that it increases the The discussion of the Reagan inter-state
for this but the objectis commerce bill in the House, and the Cul-
purpose, number of officials at State Capitals and divides -
J on them for twenty-four years, which frequently reported at New York and lom inter-state commerce bill in the Senate
one of national importance and the responsibility which properly be-
shows that there are Congressmenwho
i t ;:amount to $193,680 more, making will no doubt be brought forward at elsewhere, provokes the comment of 'longs to the Legislature. A better plan have exceedingly crude many ideas respect-

the total claim of the United States shippers, as will be seen in the article would seem to be one suggested by Governor ing questions involved in the managementof
t an early day. railroads.
l $325,680 the difference in favor of above. Porter, of Indiana, some years ago. He
,; Some of the speeches, and not a few of the
I the State of Florida is $345,000. This THE LEGISLATURE'S SLOW PRO- There is probably a good deal of recommended the appointment of a joint amendments offered to the bills, indicated
committee of three of the best lawyers in pretty clearly that there is need for further
t t sum the Senate bill proposed to GR ESS. carelessness in gathering, packing, each House, to be called the committee on information before there can be legislationthat

s 1 :liquidate by paying $92,000 only, The Legislature is moving along as and shipping fruit by inexperiencedgrowers. phraseology, to whom all bills should be referred The will amendment accomplish that the was end aimed offered at.in the

Tvhich would be a surrender of$253- though it had all summer before it. But this will hardly account for such verbal corrections as would Senate to prohibit a greater charge for a

,000.() Either the Government owes We fail to see, now in the third weekof for the general complaint of prevent a sharp attorney from driving a short ple of than some along of amendments}haul, is a pretty that fair were sam-offered
coach and four through them after they became -
the whole sum, principal and interest the session, that it has yet passed bad order. The larger shippers have laws. This plan would involve to the Reagan and the Cullom bills.
no In a sentence Mr. Ingalls showed that to
4, .. or it owes the State nothing. If any important bill. The Conven- generally less fruit: reported in bad extra expense and is easily available in all prohibit a greater charge for a short than

( ,the claim of the State .is just and tion bill, which": should have been order than small ones. They gen- legislative bodies. There are lawyers enough for a long haul would simply be forcing for the
11 railroads long
to increase their charges a
' honest it should be justly and hon- first acted on is still on ,the calendar. i I erally ship to established. houses and and to spare in every Legislature. By this haul. Mr. Brown, who is thoroughly well
method some of them could be made useful. in railroad pointed
The of the Legislature I posted transportation
expenses in
-estly paid. have acquired greater experience -Philadelphia Times. out that a railroad could haul a ton of

No doubt it will be paid when while discussing the Exposition appropriation handling fruit. We do not believe freight for much less per mile a thousand
THE COST OF FOOD. miles than fifty miles. The effect of the
amount to
l probably that the weather is for have
Every one feels an interest in the cost of amendment would have been to
more than the sum asked for. One losses Our placed a heavy burden on long distance
the unusual
reported. food A
products. recent number of the of
have forced the carrying
shippers, or
.State agent can only prepare the hundred and four member, at $5 per own information is that fruit not American Grocer devotes considerable spaceto short distance.freight at less than cost.

day, amounts to $520, and the clerks a comparison of the prices of many staple The amendment offered with respect to
and furnish the the road has
necessary papers over days on .gen pooling and the speeches in support of it
articles in the
years 1860,1879 and 1834. It
: proof required. The work of ob- and secretaries to probably $80 more. erally arrived in good, .order. That shows that articles of showed the same lack of information with
1. general consump- regard to the subject matter of the amend-
*,! j : tai} ing legislation devolves upon our WE observe a cock and bull story' fruit hauled some distance by land, tion,have since declined 1870. in price more than 50 percent 'ment. There are undoubtedly objections.

ri1 I;Senators and Representatives who and frequently .lehandled has sus- and very grave ones, to the pooling system
The differences in
going the rounds emanating from specific articles is as but the system is a remedy for very serious
;i 1' ;have the entree of the committee Braidentown Manatee which tained injury in transportation.The 1 follows, the first figures being the average evils. It was not adopted willingly by the
county, prices in 1870 and the second the prices at railroads. It was forced on them. Withoutit
I Brooms and the privileges of the floors sets forth a wonderful tale of a con- suggestion of fruit exchangesand I the close of last year; Granulated sugar declined not only could there not be honest competition
from 13 to 51 cents ; Rio coffee from between merchants of the same city,
'of home sales is but
LI ri i*t 5 Congress. spiracy to do wholesale murdering, a good one; Iii to 95 cents (coffee brought in 1879 14 but there could not be, honest competitionbetween
? The School Fund action and much cents), Japan tea from 56J to 19 rice Gradu
If! improperly re- &c. The story is doubtless the off- requires concct'of cents different centres of trade.
.. from 63 to.4| cents, mess pork from $26.85to forced into bank-
ally weak roads would be
; Ii i taiiled by the officers of the Treasury spring of an unhinged intellect, and wisdom to carry it.out. $12.25, per barrel lard from 15! to 62; ruptcy and would become parts of great

''i ;'Department, should be paid to the be cents, butter from 32 to 20 cents, cheese monopolies. Eventually all the road of
will to without
prove utterly THE LEGISLATURE.The from 171 to 12i cents, mackerel from 29 to the country would be in the hands of a few
State School Fund. foundation. It may be that person Legislature has now been in session 23 cents, codfish from 81 to 41 cents wheat monopolies, which would make rates to suit

I named Abbe has been killed there two weeks, and while we have no doubt from $1.29 to 82 cents, flour from $5.50 to themselves.
i, ;. 11. CABLE, THE FREEDMEN AND $2.80 per 100, corn from $1 to 59 cents, I Notwithstanding the pooling system there
fc'U'I THE SOUTHERN PEOPLE. but.we do not give the slightest credit that they have worked as faithfully as they canned peaches from $3.50 to $1.35, canned has been for ,years a gradual reduction in
to the unauthenticated and could, yet not a tithe of the business has oysters from $1.50 to 90 cents, canned sal- rates. The annual average freight per ton
:Mr.: Cable, the novelist, in the about band of been done. We notice that they have as mon from $1.82 to $1.27. per mile on 16 of the leading trunk lines of
mous dispatch a men
These are, of.course, the wholesale prices the in 1868 2.453 cents, in 18i;
January Century makes a plea in the long a list of side officials as the Legislaturesof country was
going together as assassins. in New York. It is doubtful if consumers it was 1.863 cents, and in 1883 it was 1.0*>
Friedman case in equity. Mr. Cable States three times as large as Florida have reaped the full,benefit of the decline. cents. In 15 years the reduction was over

SENATORS* VEST, Cameron, Vance, have. If some of the economists who clamorfor It has probably been shared by the con- one-half. This reduction was the result of
poes as a social reformer. He proposes a short session would direct their atten- sumers and the retail dealers: It must be new economies, improved facilities and com-
Voorhees Platt and Call have been
taken into consideration that a profit of 10 on.
reduction is still going
to reform the ideas, customs tion to the extravagant list of under-officers, petition. The
re-elected to the Senate. Evarts has per cent. on these goods in 1870 representedas The next 15 years will not, of course show
and what he calls the prejudices of which cost so much, they would do better much gain'on specific transactions as a such a reduction as the last 15,but there is

the Southern people in reference to been,elected Senator from New York. than to clamor for short sessions without, profit of 20 per cent in 1884, while freight reason to expect a very marked reduction.
and the other bushelof
Chace from Rhode Island Teller regard to business. :We.must,' in justice to expenses connected with In 1868 it cost 24.5-1 cents to get a
the handling them havc'not been lake
colored race. reduced in wheat from Chicago to New York by
i' from Colorado, and Stanford from the Times-Union, and other papers that haveso proportion to the decline in the cost of the and canal and 42.6 cents by rail. In 18*.*.

Like most new converts he runs California, Spooner from Wisconsin persistently, demanded a short session, goods. it cost 6.60 cents by lake and canal, and l*

ahead of his associates. He undertakes have the caucus nominations. say that we have understood them to mean It would seem that with such cheap food cents by rail. In sixteen years the reduction
the people ought to live well and farmer
prosper. has been marvelous. The Western
; to find fault with the Southern people that work should be promptly done, and no The profits in general business and wages, now gets 29 cents per bushel more for his

:I do not THE PRESIDENT ; has nominated time wasted on private bills, etc., but that however, have Declined at least as much as wheat than he did sixteen years ago.provided

because they socially recognize Emory Speer:for Judge of the Northern the General Assembly understands them to the retail prices of food, and thousands ofmen it is transported by rail and the price oi

!II 3 an inferior race. Why he should mean a short session: regardless of the con- are now idle who were profitably em- wheat is the same now as it was then. ,
District of Georgia. John Davis .ployed in 1880. As is the demand for legislation!
great as
: his missionary efforts in dition of the calendar, is evident, from the is -
; iaye, begun There promise of at least a partial revival regulating rates and preventing discriminations
V.-A. Richardson Chief
\ this direction at the South instead as Judge, \ as introduction of a joint resolution to adjourn of business in the near future, and and pooling, is it not a question'!hen
I f3. Justice the Court'of Claims. Thisis early in February, and to limit the time in reasonable ground for hope that the next the rates for a series of years are examine*'.

; of.the; North, we do not clearly see.. Sneer's reward! for his..'treachery to, which bills may be introduced. This is all four years will:bring more genuine prosperity whether competition and other things will
I .-, '- ". than the country has experienced since not do more for the people in such mattersthan
and derive the Democratic
: Hijs assertions opinions party. wrong; the public business should not be ,the panic of 1873.-Savannah News. laws-Savannah ..Yews.I .

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; i ; 1-- THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JANUARY 24, 1885.

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The Princess Mil.: Louise BKOWX.inherited a sturdy :'t- J;: & T YTDD

temper and will, which' were, displayed as
long ago as youthful days. It is related that .
when John Brown entered the service of MqiB:: :BIp "S -HAVE OPENED THE-

Prince Albert, the Prince called him
IJrowti. ." and the royal children followed ] FALL CAMPAIGNWITH : [, .
iiiit in speaking to him. The, Queen corrected CENTRE'; STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT,

them, and they all addressed him as iit'' .
the PrincessLouise
Mr. Iirowu"excepting Have just receij< d..3n: entire new stock in every department, from the -
who persisted in the right to use' the name
NortherII; Eastern :Markets and of ,* *
as her father did: One morning the Queen and taking advantage : purchases -
heard jier and informed her that if she again enables us to offer; our entire stock at such low i
.aildreh:std Mr. Brown without a handle to FALL AND WIHTEB GOODS '
Jiis nafwe she would be sent to bed: The ,

Marohioiifss next itay when said Brown:'!* appeared the,Brown future,'' FIGURES, THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION. ,* *
and then *he added; 'Good night! Brown,

for I au, "going to bed."-Manchester Examiner WHICH WILL BE :ADDED, ,TO "WEEKLY AS THE, ,, SEASON.. ADVANCES. ;
I _' ._ "We ,have endeavored( to select the : ....
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p.llatk tYeus:' To decide the questionto .. Latest Styles in We have'received. our stock Jjdf-GENTLEMEN'S-* t
whether ladies or gentlemen spell more ,
correctly the following sentence was taken Latest. and ,Most Stylish, Designs. to'foe, Found, Fall Dress Goods, FALL,.OE,O TIIIXGT,- Furnishing. Goods

and yea !
'btuJents and one Episcopal clergyman "' : '!' : : r.; ;, ,; : '-. in all the,
and all *ask is to call and for and the Brocades, Alpacas, Velvets, An elegant line. 'Alsotittl "
The score'. of mistakes stood,,respectively: 4, we give us a price, yourselves, see 'Velveteens, etc. Latest Styles in;j Hats.
10, 11.:4,<>;3-3S. Six ladies then took pencils -' ; : .r't'"- .I ',' ,, ',
and made the following score of errors: "
Great BargainsIN A fine assortment of are Special Agents for
j,6, 13, 8. G, 1-3P.! The sentence' was: It is 1 I i

an agreeable:embarrassment view to,unfeigned)perceive the perturbation,unparalleled 1OIS'EpARGAINSto BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassimeres! BBOWNING, KING & CO.,

and ridiculous grimaces of an harassed ped- Linen Towels, Toweling, BOOTS, SHOES, of New York,
dler endeavoring to gauge the symmetry of
onion which wilful, weird old And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.
a peeled be had in .Fernandina at the establishment of.MObEBROTHERS. TRUNKS AND Y VALISES
sybil has tabbed and separated with a poniard Goods.
Suits made
regardless of the innuendoes of the
lilies of carnelian hue. Mattings.. Rugs, Oil Cloths, Fit Guaranteed.
A large line off5'Underwear
) ,Fancy Goods and Notions, SPECIAL ORDERS
Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. ,, ;
Hosiery and Gloves
Tracts containing twenty acres each of I I from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in New York ,
choice high hammock land on Orange I..akeuitablc ,
for orange growing and truck farming ... '; -IN- Goods at L 'Prices. AT BOTTOM P PRICES. BY OUR RESIDENT BUYER.

arc now offered for sale. These landsare .L.LV
'ver\>conveniently situated for transportation -
,'hy water or rail, and will be sold on. DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS de Tf :JJ:),
terms to suit purchasers. Titles are questionable '
; > '
Also valuable timber lands in i .,/ I. "I' r ; i Northeast'COrner Centre and Third Sts., !
barge bodies. G. II. FAIRBANKS
February 16, 1882, Fernandina Fla. NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. [ FERNANDINA, FLA.

IICY' COTTAGE, Boots Shoes Curtains Floor Oil Cloths.WE
: Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,


OffeA pleasant rooms.well furnished,with
()without board. Table Boarders will be *;.
100 I iwcx: : MATTINGS: '
accommodated; also transient. FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
2i 1 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. .

;: MERCHANT TAILOR. '1 '' -'str.5a. =i4'
R. G. :McQUITTYHas '
removed his business to the rooms over i3' -
; yi=. s.lYaL -
the New York Bakery, on Centre street. '>" '" I =- #
He has received an assortment of seasonable f, ': : : J ..., .- FERNANDINA: : ,':'E&ORIDA, :- y 4 1 '
goods for gentlemen's wear, and is'prepared ,. "
to make them up to suit all tastes in the ,
best style..Efi" .- 1 "- :
Repairing neatly done.
Fernandina. Fla.,July 12, 188!. -' } .-, ,


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For Sale at Manufacturers'PricesALSO lI
CITY OI SA.IV ANTONIO, 1.080 T<.)NS.,, '

+;'+--+-I-+-I-+-I-+-I4+-1-+-I-+ +-I-+-I- I -f-r +i+-it-M-it-M-it-i-+-I-i+;.+-i-+-I-i+-i-+-f. CARONDELET, . 1,508 TONS.WESTERN .

of every description, and t TEXAS, 1,310 TONS. '
ATTAflHMENT S for any Sewing Machine,
____ for sale. .

$r Old Machines repaired at moderate 1 t

prices !'' of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
; HENRY HOBEIN, lCENTRE I ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
: Corner Third and Ash Streets, I Cedar Key and Peninsular Railroad. ,

8 Fernandina, Fla. STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND This Line, having no Transfers between Feriiaiuliiia and New 't
: Sheriff's Sale. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
TTNDER and by virtue of an execution FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
U |issued out of the Circuit Court, Fourth PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
Judicial:: Circuit., in and for Nassau County, connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
in a font in said Court determined wherein ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
1'. IJ: Courter is plaintiff and Clarence N. JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
I5re\fster defendant, and George Henry gar- RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
n"u\!'lii-e. I have levied upon and will sell at GRAND FALL OPENINGS'I PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
jmbljc) auction' in front of the Court-house for LAKE WEIR.
in tire; city of Fernandina, the .
on Monday,
2nd! gay of February,A.D.1885,all the right, -
title Jind interest which George Henry hadon freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information;apply to

tlie 27th day of May, 1882 or at any time, R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
thereafter in and to Lot ,Section fourteen
one (1)) 'llrB88 GOOd8 Silk8 FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
((14)),Township two ((2)), North, Range; H. MALLORY & CO.,
twenty-eight((28) East containing fifty.four, ''I VStLUJLJJ.LUJLUUl
acres. Pier 20 East River.New York. 51-
Terms cash purchaser paying for title., j i .
Fepandina.: Fla., January 3,18,85V>. .." f ,

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Fla., the author- ,
ized Agents to contract for the sale of,their *

Hamburg. Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO -+

wishing to purchase will get all information *' *
as regards prices from them.anples .
of different qualities'and stylescan
be seen at the office of Furnishing Goods EMBRACING: NEAL EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF


_"zl_ ___ Fernandina.



Leans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Ex-
c h>an s effected.
Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
acres: Lands and.Plantations from 5 to 5,000 + +-

acres-\,,B.for-"sale.8t. Mary's having been selected = i FINE TEAS AND COFFEES If !

as Canal the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS -t- -*ttt +_,
(under the survey made for Govern-
ment by General Gillmore), charters for the THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT,CAN BE FROCUBED.
construction of which having been granted
"ytlie T United States Government and the
*blatures of Georgia and Florida, a large NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. .
be increase in the value of adjacent lands may PAUL FUNKE.
confidently looked for." (See New York .
Sun,27-3-83.) 6 FERNANDINA, FLA.
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.. GENERAL .))DIRECTORY-... .. BAKER COUNTY. I Assesstor of lares-3. C. Matthews.Collecor LIBERTY. I10.M ES.
: County Judge-l{. D. Davis Sanderson. of RevenueV. F. Trantham,
United States! Officers. Gouty Judge)[. J. Solomons. County Judge-A. II. Brownell.
.r ," Clerk F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-"". W. Jeter. I Clerk-T. li. Pitman.
:.s LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U.. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools M. L. Paine, Sheriff II. F.: lIo ford. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis.
Assessor of Toxu-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy. Roberts. .Treasurer
''ileg&ster-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Treasurer-J. E. -Daniel D. Gi1Ii .
'Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Ret.'enue-Thos. P. Shuler. Collector.of Revenue-William Tucker.
;'Survcyr-General-)1alachi Martin, Talla- Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon. San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. ijhuler. ? Assessorof Tuxes-J. J. Newton
Lassee. derson. Cl PeterTKnighi: Key West. Superintendent of Schools Dr.T.H.Jackson. Superintendent of Schools Whitnell

!: DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George'A': Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. f WASHINGTON. Curry..
Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. M lone ", Jr.,
Judg Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key W'cst. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford., County Judge Wm. B. Jones

.:: >,harsh -!. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of RC1.'enue-l'fason S. Moreno, Clerk-F. E: de la'Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
Clerk W. H. Hutchihson. E. P. :
{Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key 'V cst. Sheriff Sheriff Melvin.
Treasurer J. S. Leonard. Treasurer
j INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Sc/wols-J. V. Harris,Key -Thomas J. Miller.
Collector Revenue Manuel Palm Collector
of of Rere1llle-Johll
Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Lake West. Roche.
1 CbUe.ctojlr-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Wainwright,
Butler.'OoUedor'. "NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes- Reese. Assessor of Tuxe3-Gcol"e W. Cook.
1 |i COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Superintendent of Schools-N. }1. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D. H.
John of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Horn
Howell Fernandina.
1 JV.
Santa. Fe.Superintendent. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.,
: John Edwin F.Higgins House;St.Jacks
.. Augustine Starke. SI/erijf-John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. CltTk-James S. Fannin.
BREVARD COUNTY. ,Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer Sheriff. W. Campbell. Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone.

State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-Jarilt'8 S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
,. : Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott.. Fer- Collector of RevenueV. B. McLeod. Collector of Ret.'entte-Joel P.Atkfny
!: I I EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.
J '
Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws City Point. Superintendent of SC/tOols-I W. Higgin- Superintendent, of Sc/tools-J C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools-\\\ G. Cox\\'eJ1_

I L/.tltlefwnt-Gavernor-Llvmgstoll W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham Callahan.
na. County Treasuree Gustzv Stark, Fernan- -
'Vest.Secr.tltry .
Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig. Bre-
of State-John L. Crawford, Tal-
.lahassee.Comptroller. yard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

-\V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M.. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando.
: Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee. Titusville. Clerk Tims. Shine. Orlando. DESKS.

AUorll.ey-General-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff-'rhomas W. Shine. Orlando.

:i. hassee.. Cf/unty Judge-J.. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jameb M Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT OFFICE
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid, Fla. APPLIANCES

Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Collector.of Rer'e7LUe-A.l'I. Hyer, Sanford.

Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K Sheriff James W., DeWitt; Green Cove Sanford.
&"oster,'!Tallahass Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Becks,
Adjutant-General Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. EVERYBODY DELIGHTEDWITH
; Collector of Revenue -A.:S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.

('()mmilsioner-A.OF A.IMMIGRATION.Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg.Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate B. Harrison, Palatka. TilE)..
Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
see.ClerkR. COLUMBIA, COUNTY. Sheriff{ Thomas Shall ". ta .Lt\-M.
C. Long, Tallahassee. )
Special Agent Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. Jj Woods.
: Building, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret.'e7Ule-Joseph Price. No. 8 Flat Top. why" use Desks of
Sheriff J.- AV. ,Perry, Lake City. Superintendent. of Public Schools-J. W. ordinary
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. construction when, for slight

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

'' Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools=JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry, =' the benefit of our improve

.' Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. --- ments? Awkward closets and
.: Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John -
Calhoun, Perry.Superintendenf .
; ,,, side drawers done with
Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack of Schools-T.J. Faulkner ? away
r :. Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. substitute revolving cases,.

; CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County Treas-urer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. G "' .' k which. swing with a slight

First C'ircuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Surveyor.-D. N. Cox, Perry. L1 a"' ,e L'. -,, touch of the hand. and are-
sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of RC1.'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. s : thus enabled to furnish
Second Circuit David S. Walker, Tall has"- sonville. Assessor of Ta.res-R. L. Henderson.ST. i V
i, see. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, JOHN'S COUNTY. 8 : L i ..1', .......... V the space generally given on
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. each side ; and when cases are-
Superintendent, of Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge)[. R. Cooper, St. Augus- _, ii'W,4I' ---.=:
; Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- tine. open, the whole interior is-
sell Jacksonville. .
ville. : -
Clerk-Bartolq F. Oliveros St. T flooded with light and all
1 Fifth C/rcuit-Thomas: P. King, Gaines- COUNTY.
i ville. : .HAMILTON Sheriff Ramon' Hernandez; St. Augustine No. 14 LowDown Roll Top. portions readily reached without .

, : County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. A of offered for selection and
position. variety cases ,
Sirth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine. rotary are applied to
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cock" Sanford the Desk wanted. "We this of desks.Cabinet .
1.1' Sheriff-Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, as apply principle to a great variety
Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.Superintendent.

1:' ourt alendar. Collector of R:1enue-'V. H. H. McLeod. of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THE VTOOTON
Columbia County.Superintendent St: Augustine..
FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-'J. W. Reed,
i Fall Term- SUMTER COUNTY. -

1 I San1&Rosa& Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, V Office Secretary.

i i.. Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey,.Leesburg.
| Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
.in October.Washington. Assessor of TaxeS-A: B. Goodwin.
Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. c-j3 The most spacious and elegant desk ever
,1 :. 2d Monday after4th Monday Collector of Ret.'enue-Jo eph Hutchinson, pre-
in October. Sfieriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. sented to the business public. One hundred and

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

r 'October.. Escambia. Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -

, This act amended section 2 of act of February 'ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. IN i Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad. Officials -

t 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, County Judge-)!. :.M. Blackburn, Live < bra w and Professional Men generally.
Spring: Term. Fort Dade. Oak. '
Clerk-Robert A. Reid Live Oak
1' : Term- Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
County Judge H. L. Crane, Tampa.
,+ Taylor; 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G..W. Umsted,Welborn.. Wootoii Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :

. i ,April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Collector of. Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,
I Madison: 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
x Ha'milton' 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones

w Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Tampa. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IXD., U. S. A.
April. Superintendent of Schools'V.P.-Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County ,Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter-

Lafayette: 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Clerk-John W. Dickins
y .3 Enterprise.
Count Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. II
' in April. A. Cone
; Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W. Enterprise. I
''A i Fall Term- Assessor Taxes-S.
of D. Hodges Glen

' 1 Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent Clerk-W. C. Bird of ,Sc/wols-'V.Monticello. R. Taylor, Cove. ..... Ii'f ...r",.> '",;'... ,. "", .".'." '",.0" .'. i, NE
3; October. Collector RC1.'enue-P. N.
I of Bryan, Glen "<
Monticello. .' .- ... . I
Madison 2d Monday in October. Cove. .. ..
County Treasure--W. M. Girardeau, Mon- 'f", 1f 'f. ',1 ., J"f ?i: '!' I
1 Hamilton 4th Monday in October. Schools-L. '", 'i ,. .< ., -
ticello. Superintendent of D. Huston, !;f : '. ,,-1'10., ,
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Enterprise.
Collector of Re 'enue-J. H. Tucker, Mon
in October. .
; I ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. I I
Columbia $d Monday after 4th Monday inn
Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County J/llge-'V. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
October. keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood. Crawfordville.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Clerk Nat. R.
FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville.Superintendent Schools-E. Y. Watts,

Spring Term Sheriff: J. Johnson, Old Town. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.} I
.. :
County Treasurer '? W. Walker Craw-
Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin New Troy. ,
.z St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. fordville. -
Clay;4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of' Schools-J.C.. Ramsey,New Collector Ret'enue-R. C. McMillan Craw-
H Biadford,1st Tuesday in April. Troy. ford ville. Feriiamliiia, I
" Taker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J.M. N; Peacock, New Assessor Taxes-II.
+ of H.. Walker, Craw-
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line ,
Daval. 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert- S. Ackley,
Fall;Term- Old Town. And Cedar. Key. .I
r y St; John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain. -

Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy.. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. !

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Treasurer Robert Robinson.

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of RevenueV. J. Williams. r
; Nassau: 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. | [Offers to Lessees and Purchasers -large

Dilval,1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of SC/tools-David Tinner.
N.'Felkel number of the most eligible and desirable
FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry POLKl
mI 1, I Tallahassee.. "
t Spring Term- County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for'
:i Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. r
it Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Rctenue-9.J C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W. M. Bowen. ; t
City Suburban-Residences
1 ;, Putnam, 3d ,Tuesday after 4th Monday.in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. or !
March. Assessor of Taxes-G., A. Croome,,Tallahassee. Collector of Ret.'enue-J. D. Filles. ,

I Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th :Monday, in Assessor of Tax -W. H. Johnson.. UPON EASY...TERMS. J
-. .- .
hi t March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P..R.;.McCrary. -- -1'- ;" I

t Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th.Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. ''DADE. Liberal .Discounts .on :'Values-allowed to II
,1 March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. II I

Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Allen E. Heyser. in
parties engaged manufacturing indus-
in October. Collector Clerk-P. ,Yo Faulkner. ,
Sumter, 1st Monday of. Ret.'enue-TI. B. Barco, Cedar I
Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sl/eriff-'Vrn. M. Mattaur.
rial enterprises, who will erect on the
R Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of llOol-J. B. :Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. prop-
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall Bronson. Collector of Ret'enue-'Ym. II. Ben est. '
j Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON.COUNTY.' Assessor of Taxes.:..Wnt. H. Ben est. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor ,f

j November., SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. residence, or in which to conduct theii ,,,I I
son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. -
Spring Tt'Tm- .
Orange: 4th Monday January. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk Frank Philips. business. : 't'tfE.GT IGUtnftf
Clerk-John M. :Madison
Beggs, .Sheriff Andrew Scott. p"R .
Yolusia, 3d Monday in February. I
Brevard 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E.-Heam. INDUCEMENTS TO 3IANUFACTUR-_ p..f' IN VEl' NEV Jt
Dad 3d in Madison. Collector of Bet.'enlle-John B. Anderson. [ OUT Or ORCR\: \
Monday April. .
.fall Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. Assessor of Taxes-" B. Wynn. ERS, by exemption for a term of years from I I cJ NOEQUA
Collector of Revenue-B. D. Wadswortb, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. J
2d in
Orange Monday August.
Madison. taxation offered the V\t'
by several cities and GI;
i Volusia, 2d Monday in September.rcvlJ'l1. FRANKLIN. 'INrwH h
Assessor Taxes
4th in of -W.-P. Thompson, :Mad '
Monday September. .
I ison. County Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to ,
Jade, 2
.. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. i v't\\CAG'O ANt 'f't\.ANl.t:
Comity Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.Sheritf Treasurer-R. II. Porter. ,'r Office, cor. Beach, &7th stskT I .. 0 MASS. CAre -
I: .ALACHUA. -A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Assessor Collector of Taxes-F.Ret.'e1I11e-Geor J. A. Patton.- *'-'. ;- ..' ; .. .':',: .; I p. SALE BY

County Judgc-Junius C. Gardner, Gainesville Assessor of Taxes-W. F. Parrish, Braden- Superintendent of of Scltool-Henry Egbert. C. Hicks. ,

; ; town. .. ..,, .. ... JAMES :McGIFFlX; ,
: CMrk-.. A.. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector. of IIevenue-Marion G. Carlton,. GADSDEN. '-' .;" ., .,-...-.:- -; :; <.''':- t":..':.<:- '-.':r." ; :.

; S.'l(7iff-S.( C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. ., *i'VC7 + < J:.: ",.-'p" ..!,;',0.- ,,,;:."'"'-.f,!'," .:-f"i. <.:!,. ".oJ1.> r.t..:..""'...4...{... _. -'-,.-.." AND BUILDErw
Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gainesville Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,. er'-Henry. Reeves. l*"- *- *'. t\7f. ;.%. ,.i!:; :'t' .-':". ,: $ _. ? ;". ,; '. '.;" >: CONTRACTOR

Pine Level. ,.._ . __ _. :,
: ; '->--- <* >. -- r. :; and Third
Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. Second
: : ; Alachua Street, between
Collector. of fevenue-II.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY.V : Treasurer-A. M. Smith. .. .'. '.. -1.,:-;.,.>', I .!. '" V
vine' <. *. Samuel : V -'"-: : '1' FERNANDINA, FLA.
County Judge-- Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Revenue-R. M. )Iorg- n. : ,

: Superintendent! of Schools W. .N. "Sheats." ,'t t'I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ., -., igAssessor of Taxes-Hamilton.McPhaul.V:: .r.: .. f'' : Orders and estimates from a distance carefully -

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:. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JANUARY 24." 1S85. .. ''. .: rn :.-"' ,-


Day Pas. Nt Pas

ADLISI-IED.: 1$7t>. Leave'Cedar-'Key, _'1'..::.:..::.:...... 'A.M.7.35 'P.M.7.30 Leave Tallahassee.-... ... 8.00 a m

J. LOR.MAN"S. Leave Rosewood.:....;..'.... 8.07 8.10 Arrive'Wakulla! .;.......".................. o'rvj a m y
I Leave Otter Cr ek.-... .......... .. 8.35 8.55 Arrive St. Marks ,......................? 9.30am t
; :
Leave Bronson_. .;. 9.17 9.55 Leave St. Mark.........................IQ.OO a. m
DRUGS and MEDICINES' Leave Archer.... 9.48 10.30 Arrive Wakulla-...........................10.25am
Leave 11.30 a
I uu INCREASED STOCK OF GOODS, Palmer.. ...................10.03 10.49 m
Leave Arredohdo.--:.18 11.06

Leave Gainesville..........;.......10.45 11.36 .CONNECTIONS.At .
SLANKTSS T COMrTO T S nnShawls; DRB S S 600 D DS CLOTHING HORSEY & CO. A.M.Arrive Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for

'Waldo...... .. ............:11.27 12.30 all points North and East; with the Fernan-
dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
Leave Waldo.
;.;:....;...;;.11.40 2.00
Leave Thurstom .- dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
:BOOTS AND SHOES ... .12.03 2.30
the St. Johns St.
=1 PHARMACISTS 1 i. P.M. River Augustine etc.

and thousands of other articles which'I will sell for 25 per cent less than you pay Leave Starke........................12.38 2.47 At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Peninsular -
another houie for the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, ana I Leave Temple's........;.12.46: .2.57 Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fer-
in convince .lou of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out.of every ten. Leave Lawtey.-...;.;....'.-...:::.. -1.083':! nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports..
will Centre Street Leave Highland..;.;..;;.;.;;...;...; 1.333.45 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida
IV. J.; IjOHMAX, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts."WHOLESALE ,Leave.Maxville. 1.49 4.15 & Western Railroad.

FEUNANDIXAFLORIDAKEEP Arrive.Baldwin .....:....;:.... 2.11 4.50 At Tallabassee'with' St. :Marks ,Branch
Leave Baldwin..::;:.:.. :...:?..;. 2.16 5.40 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
AND RETAIL. constantly on hand a fine assort-- Leave BrandyBranch..s..--. 2.34 6.00 urdays.At .

of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN Leave Dutton..........:...... 2.47 6.15 Chattahoochee River, with the'Pensacola -
& Atlantic Railroad for :Marianna. Pen-
and DOMESTIC Arrive Callahan.,.. 3.15 6.50
Leave Callahan,;... 3.22 '7.10 sacola Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
4 r Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,
Leave Hart's
Road Junction:;: 4.10 8.06
y'C T H jr.rfStjpKV'ha-j_.TC.**?'?-rj gAg'*irrLaySafeE.- "- :'i-yrgrHSkaS isr_ --- Drugs and Chemicals Arrive Fernandba....*....:........ 4.35 8.40 and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
Columbus and Eufaula.
:t e:; ssr .r.r = a ,
-= $&* Day Passenger daily.except'Sunday; The Shortest Quickest and .Best Route to
Mac "' V1- = -? S3p| Hon a opathic and Patent Medicines, Night .
9 "*"' -,'_, *-" ;4 __4gg TrL:= Passenger. daily.PENINSULAR, all points West .
Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
Proprietary and ,Fancy 'Goods
DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
WALDO WILDWOOD AJS.D .LEESBURG. and at new office southwest corner of Bay -
,t d fy, r ._ .. FINE TOILET ,ARTICLES, ( TO ). and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. (.
Day'Pas. Nt Pas. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.
A.M. -
Fernandina Fla.C. .
Leave ,V aldo...................:. 3.08 12.40 W. MAXWELL,
'IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave Dixie........................... 3.27 1.10 Master of Transportation,
Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.42 1.33
Baldwin Fla-
1i1cE Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.00 2.03 D. MAXWELL, -
.1--5* Physicians' Prescriptions. Leave Orange Lake: .;. 4.22 2.33 General Superintendent, ,
Leave Sparr's....;.;.;;.;..-.... 4.36' 2.52 Fla.
a -/mar r 4f's_ carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 Fernandina

____ reasonable prices. Leave Silver Spring............... 5.25 3.35
I Leave Ocala........................... 5.45 4.00 Savannah, 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
FOR SALE CIIEAP : Arrive Leesburg.................... 7.33 6.10 .
train of this road Central
GOING NORTH. are run by
T7DGINGS AND SLABS, _. A.M. P.M. ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes

.L1i 10 tents peroad. Leave Le sburg.......;....:. 6.50 6.00 slower than Jacksonville time.
sob7NPu8.t0iNY tlb'rwwt'7r.. ROUGH LUMBER ;1Lea Wildwood, ..-... 7.22 7.00 -JON'

From $5 to $16 per M ft., Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 and after Sunday, November 2, iS84,
according to quality. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 Trains will leave and arriveas
A. :B. NOYES DRESSED LUMBER: Leave Ocala..;. 8.30 8.42 follows: '

$12 to $20'per M. feet. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.

DEALER IN ,. Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:40 a m
Orders by Telephone promptly'attended to Leave Sparr's......................... 9.25 9.45 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm

TAMIL! SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES, WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, I, Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.08 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 820 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;. 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m
PAINTS A.M. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m
FURNITURE, STOVES, SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m

Arrive at Mobile daily at.............. 2:40 a m
CROCKERY: HARD\V AREVILLOV-\V ARE SJ-Day Passenger daily except Sunday;
Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m.
Night Passenger daily.
GEORGIA AND FLORIDA 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- .

Inland Steamboat Co. (FEENANDIXA -JACKSONVILLE..) cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, :Fernandina, Fla.
GOING SOUTH. cola. Mobile New Orleans, Texas all trans-
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Leave Fernandina.....................10.45 a. m. Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns-
AX ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE Leave Hart's Road.11.15 a. m. wick take this train, arriving Brunswick
NO HEATI-ISTQ! DUST! Arrive Jacksonville........ .....12.30 a.-m. via B. & W. R. R. at 1.00 p. ro.
Entitle s'0,11 Ordinance to Amend the Police Ordinance An Ordinance for Fixing the Rate of'Assessment -BUT- GOING NOKTH. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this

Approved May SS% 1877. for Taxation for the Year'1885. A Delightful Sail 'Along the Picturesque Leave ''Jacksonville.........;. 2.30pm. train, Jacksonville to- Pensacola, Mobile

TI>E IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY Leave. Hart's Road............ 3.05 p. m. and New Orleans.
..D Council of Fernandina: BE Council of Fernandina: Sea Islands. Arrive Fernandina..................... 4.15p.m. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-

SE :TlON 1. The Mayor shall keep a docket SECTION 1. That for the purpose of meet- -- 9*Trains daily except Sunday. ville to Cincinnati via Jesup.: 'It.

book, in whicH he shall enter the title of ,. ing the current expenses of said city, and SUNDAY EXCURSION. ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS. iT:

every case brought before him, all adjournments the past due indebtedness thereof, for the fi@r PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICED 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 -- Leave Jacksonville.. ............ 9.10 6.40 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.,12:30 p m
other disposition of the case, the judgment the real and personal property of the cityas THE STEAMER Arrive Fernandina..10.35 8.04 Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 2:04 p m

and sentence, including the costs assessed, assessed a tax of twelve and one-half Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 4.30 Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 3:50 p m
the names of all witnesses sworn on the trial ((12i) mills on the dollars, as follows: P>' Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 (3.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 pIll r
and all other proceedings had by and before For current expenses..1 per cent. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p m

him :in each case, and he shall sign his For past due Bonds....................2i mills. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa-
name threto after rendering judgment. SEC. 2. That the one ((1)) per cent. of the CONNECTIONS. vannah. This train stops at all local stations -
SEC. 2. Whenever any fine or costs shall tax above assessed for current ,\ between Jacksonville and Savannah.
be imposed on any person convicted of any I expenses may AT FERNANDINA, FLA., FAST MAIL.
be paid in scrip or cash but that the .t. L--
offense, the Mayor shall commit the accusedto of the tax, or the; two and one-half remainder :;;: With New York and Fernandina Steam-' Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 2:30 p m
the custqdy of the Marshal with orders to ((2i) mills of the tax thus assessed shall be ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive at Jacksonville dailyat.1200 m
collect the said line and costs, and turn said paid in cash, bonds ST. NICHOLAS for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 3:10: p m
tines and costs over to the Mayor, and if the Passed first reading or December coupons. 3 188!. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m

said fines and costs are not paid immediately Passed second reading December, 3, 188!. 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. 1884.G. Friday mornings. CALLAHAN. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m.
there to be until said fine and Returning, leaves SAVANNAH, foot of dailvat-.......
imprisoned F. AVERY President. To and from Savannah arid Charleston, Arrive at Charleston 1:45 a m
costs shall be paid; provided that such im- Attest: Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday I I and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive Washington,I).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. BALDWIN, FLA., Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m
each dollar fraction thereof of such fine Buffet and
or Pullman Cars
Approved : For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
costs. i W. H. POPE, Mayor. and all points South, West, and Northwest, Jacksonville to New York without change. 'I-
SEC. 3, All persons imprisoned in the JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

city jail undt: sentence of the Mayor's daily. Leave Jacksonville! daily at-......... 7:00 p m
Court, or for failure to pay a fine and costs, R.: AUSTIN, Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, To and from AT Palatka HAWTHORNE daily except, Sunday. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:50 a in

may be employee}, by direction of the Mayor 'Bull Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 7:50 p m
at labor upon the streets or public works of MANUFACTURER OF applto corner AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Waycross daily at.1005 p.in
the city,and allltersonsimprisoned for nonpayment and Bryan streets, Savannah. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:55 p m
of line! and costs shall receive a Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND Brunswick passengers either way will be Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Macon daily at_............ 7:50 am
credit at the rate of one dollar per day, with transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............11:59 a in
subsistcnbe, for jjuch labor which shall be Freight not signed for,.24 hours after arrival With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
will be risk of .
credited on the? amount of fine and costs DEALER IN at consignee.F. West and Havana, every Saturday; for New Waycross and Pullman Palace Sleeping
charged against! them.Snc. W. Agent, Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
4. The Marshal, under the directionand Fernandina, Fla.C. Havana Friday from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
supervision pf the :Mayor, shall have PARL! O R OFF CSI E C DOE K ST T 0 VB S SI WILLIAMS Savannah, Gen. Ag't Ga., every Saturday..every : Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia. and

charge and control of the city jail and of all With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and
prisoners confinejl therein, and shall be responsible Manager. for and from Key West Monday and Northwest.

for their'safe keeping and propercare. I Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Mon- EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.

this. All persons arrested by the Police of RAILROADS.TIME day and Friday. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... '8:50 p in
city for any offense, either with or with- For information respecting routes, rates, .
I Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.. .. 6:15 a m
out a warrant.shall be immediately delivered t n. CARD etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 9:35 p m
by the ofilcej- making the arrest to the dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Waycross daily at..11:40 p m

Marshal at the jail, together with the warrantor OF THE sonville. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m
statement:!of the cause of arrest, and 1 mii'IAMIIMiki FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPANY. ......
such Leave Live Oak daily at......... 8.50 p m
person sball'tbereupon be held in custody FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm
order by 01 the the Marshal, subject to the further In Effect July ISth, 1884. Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 6:00 a m
Mayor. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at Albany daily at..10:30 a m
SEC.all 5. The Marshal shall keep a recordof .TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m

the prisoners::onfined' in the city jail, (FEENAKDINA.TO CEDAR KEY.) Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 3:42 a m
giving dat of their commitment and
WESTWARD.No. ..... 6:15
No. Arrive at Brunswick daily at. a m
! 3. -
discharge wh4t and for what (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.)
Accom. Mail. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m
cause, and shall to the
r.port'every morning
flavor a list ofaihprisoners received by him GOING SOUTH.Day Leave Jacksonville....... 7.35am 6.30 p m Arrive at Charleston: daily at..12:40 p m
during the hours. Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.16 a m 7.40 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
preceding twenty-four
A.M. P.M.' Leave Baldwin............ 8.18am 8.50pm ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
SEC. 6. Air Ordinances or parts of Ordinances Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. Leave Fernandina..................10.25 5.05 .. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
i with the of Lake City.. .. 9.48am 11.14pm
conflicting: ; provisions Leave Hart's
tlll Road Junction..10.50 5.40 ." Live Oak,...........10.37am 1.10pm to St. Louis via Thomasville.
.Ordinance! are hereby repealed. Arrive Callahan.....................11.15 6.10 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack-
COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL iUDS Madison ...........12.12 m a m
first reading December 9, 1884. Leave Callahan.....................11.22 6.40 ,Monticello ......... 3.10pm p 6.50am sonville to Washington, D. C. Pullman
Second reading;December 9, 188!. Leave Dutton........_........ ....12.18 7.15P. 8.10am Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan
... 2.36
Arrive Tallahassee. ...
Passed its third! and December pm
reading adopted LIFT AND PUMPS .
FORCE Y. Leave Tallahassee........ 2.40 p m 8.50 a m nah. Connections Montgomery: with
{n.1884. ; ........ .
Leave Brandy Branch 12.32 8.07 Louisville and Nashville Railroad for New
G. F. AVERY President of Council. Quincy............. 3.43pm 10.50am
Attest WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Arrive Baldwin..12.50 8.40 Arrive Chatta. River..... 4.50 m 12.50 a m Orleans and Texas points and the West and
: V Leave Baldwin_........:...........12.55 9.15 p Northwest. At Savannah with Central
EMIL o. FRIEND; Clerk; Leave Maxville.................... 1.17 9.45 EASTWARD.No. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Approved.': 3 DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Leave Highland..................... 1.35 10.06 No. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
: w. ir.. POPE. ............... Accom. )Iail.LeaveC.hatt'chee .
_ ,__ Leave Lawtey....... 1.49 10.24 way for all points North, with steamshipsfor
-- Leave Temple's!....................; 2.05 10.49 River.10.45 a m 2.00 p m New York Philadelphia, Boston and
"'. K.;;: jf YUKMGHT, AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. Leave Starke......................... 2.30 10.57 Quincy -...........12.10 a m 3.43 p m Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
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. Pbiladelphlaand Baltimore.
.. Wind :Mills for pumping water or running Arrive Waldo........ ............... 2.02 11.46A. Leave Tallahassee ......- 1.27 p m 5.50 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL light machinery promptly erected on order. .Y. Monticello-........12.45pm 8.30 pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage

AND STOCK DEALER, Church, Factory and School Dells for sale Leave Waldo........................ 3.09 1.15 Madison ............ 4.10pm 10.35pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
BUTCHER at a bargain. Leave Gainesville.................. 3.48 2.20 Live Oak............ 5.31pm 12.55am and sections secured at Company's office in
.AND s J"Stoves at Wholesale Prices. Leave Arredondo................... 4.09 2.46 Lake City......... 6.26 p m 2.55 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot -

Dealer in Ice All goods delivered at the various trans- Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.21 2.55 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.53pm 5.40am Ticket Office, and on board People's
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY portation stations within the city free of Leave Archer........................ 4.36 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 7.56 p m 6.10 a m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
charge. All sales for cash. Leave Bronson............-......... 5.05 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.37pm .7.20am and JENNIE. LANE.
BROOM STREET WHARF, Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.42 5.05 i Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR,
f CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Leave Rosewood.................._ 6.15 5.55 not'run west of .Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent.A. .
i-tf ::: .*: FERNANDINA, FLA. Fernandina, Fla., July 121884.. Arrive Cedar Key.................. 6.45 6.35 I will run :Mondays. :M. IVES, Ayent. .
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Convocation of the Protestant Episcopal isters, ,and allow Mrs. Grundy to make a Last Chance, -

Church. note, ;' Monday, the 26th, will be the last' chance' -
The Eastern Convocation of the Episcopal That- she has her several couples, to buy Fruit of the Loom at 8} cents per
on -
$ .OO''A YEAR; $J.OO FOR SIX MONTHS : eye yard, ut' MODE BROS'. *
Church was in session Wednesday and. and hopes they won't delay much longer ;

Reflections Thursday at St. Peter's P. E. Church. The That it"will not be the correct thing to A Great Redaction .

clergy present were the Rev. C. Williams, marry now till after Lent; In Dress and House-Furnishing Goods, "

A full, line of Seeds at Fred W.: Hoyt & Rev. C. M.. Sturges, Rev. J. It. Gray, Rev. T.hat.the latest.society papers say so. AT PAUL FUNKE'a.Novelties Two

Go's.. :. W..Wilson, Rev. Mr; Dunham, Rev., John That we occasionally meet a man who Millionsof

The Martha had a new propeller put in on Gats, Rev. N. B. Harris!!, Rev. O. P. Thackara hasn't "touched a drop" since New Years; "
In Shawls Nubias and Jerseys,
Thursday last. Rev. Mr. Arnold, Rev. Dr. Barber, and That generally looks too demoralizedto AT PAUL FU KE'S. acres of Farming, Orange

The also as a visitor.Rev. Dr. Matson, of Phila keep his resolution much longer. Timber and Grazing Lands
storm signal was yesterday displayedat
I delphia. Several lay delegates were present. That we forgot to mention last week that Great ReductionsIn situated in
., the Signal. station. Services.with an address 'from Rev. Mr. more cows are running our streets than ever Fall and Winter Goods at 29 counties, and
The Monitor Oil Stove and Fixtures for Thackara held J. & T. KYDD'S.Carpets comprising the lands
were on Wednesday morn- before; bought

sale by jFred W, Hoyt & Co. ing. In the evening at 7 o'clock a service, That strangers might reasonably concludethat and Mattings. by Sir Edward J. Reed, from

The monthly ball given' by the Roller with missionary addresses from Rev., C. this city is a stock yard, from the appearance Call and see our assortment of Carpets and the State'' of Florida in 1881

Skating Club comes off on Wednesday' Williams, Rev. Mr. Wilson and, others. of our sidewalks some mornings ; Mattings; at prices that defy competition. offered ,

evening.:, January 28th. On Thursday morning the Convocationwas That it is somewhat trying to a nervous MODE BROS'. are now at graded

Gel). Q. A..Gillmore, of New York, and several hours in session. Essays were temperament, returning from an eveningcall Blankets and Comforts prices. These lands were selected -

Col. Thomas A. Bailey U. S. A., registeredat read, by Rev..0.. M. Sturges and :Mr. G. R. to stumble on to a beast that straightway -_ Below cost, .AT ,PAUL FUNKS by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

the Egmont Wednesday. Fairbanks on the work of the preacher anda rises up and walks off with us ; ley, late Commissioner of

general 'discussion of the subject followed. That the little fire-flies our city fathers Great Reduction. the
Worth its weight in gold-the Iron Clad State Land Office
The duty of the church in sustaining the call lamps, do not, enable us to determine In order to make room for our Spring Stockwe and Mr.
Oil Stove. See them at Hoyt &C&s.The .
Theolgical Department of the University of whether we are on the back of a cow or be- will close out our Winter Clothing and M. A. Williams, late agent for

; quarterly conference of the :Methodist the South at Sewanee, was also discussed, ing carried oft by the evil one; Overcoats at a great reduction.J...& T. KYDD. sale of State lands, which fact
Church South will meet at the churchin
i and Major Fairbanks was requested to com- That hearing the hoofs and feeling the is of

this city on Sunday next. municate with the clergy of the Convoca- horns of the "critter," and believing that Private Board, a guaranty their high

General William Austin, of New York, tion on the subject. Satan has just such appendages, a horrible At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street. quality. The purchase known

arrived in this city for the season last Sun'- Services were held on Thursday evening, : state of uncertainty? is apt to arise as to the near Offers Egmont pleasant Hotel.rooms well furnished withor as the Reed Purchase was only

day. He has taken his quarters, as usual, and addresses made by the clergy on the : outcome of such }adventures.That without board. Transient boarders will opened for sale this year, and

at the popular Egmont. missionary!! work. there is a society in town, meeting be accommodated. the lands have

Three pounds best roasted Java coffee in a The next meeting will be held at ,Gainesville weekly, for the purpose of cultivating MBS.! T. P. G. THOMPSON. not been culledor

-I :. decorated canister, for $1, at Hoyt & Co's. on Wednesday and Thursday of the linguistic dexterity and verbal rotundity; Fernandina, Fla., January, 10, 1885. picked over. No part has

l Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. and A. M., meetson week succeeding 'Easter.Death That, as a matter of course, the membersare FreshSauerkraut been reserved in any manner,

Monday evening next at the lodge room, 'W. 'S. Jlawson. all of the male persuasion ; At JACOB KLARER'S, and the whole is open for sale.
,j' at 7:30 standard time. All brethren in good That it is hoped that they will occasionally Cur. Sixth and Ash sts.
Mr. W. S. Rawson died at the Florida Special prices on large tracts.
requested to attend. allow the public to witness their ora-
standing are
: House on.Friday night last, spinal disease, torical flights into the realms of thoughtand Clam Chowder Timber lands, virgin forests in
1 Cot J. J. Daniel of Jacksonville, camel after several months' illness. The deceasedfor This evening, at .
fancy: tf' J. FRED LOHMAN'S. bodies of 50,000 acres and
from the metropolis on Wednesday to up-
over many years was Chief of Police in Jack-
Convocation of the Dio- That it is reported that the society con- wards. Lands sold for
attend the annual sonville, during which time he displayed cash,
; cese of the Episcopal Church of Florid remarkable detectiveability and was instrumental tains some remarkably "high flyers. Holland Herring. or on long time.
That tlie'old resident can, be heard daily Just arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S.Cor. .
We sell the very best butter as low as in bringing several noted criminalsto is Sixth and Ash sts.
making his annual statement that "this The Florida Land and Mortgage CO.
sold. Fred W. did he him-
poorer grades are generally justice, especially distinguish ;
, the worst. weather we have, ever known in
Hoyt & Co. self in the Scott murder case at East Jack- Overcoats and Winter ClothingAt (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Florida; ,
, We were pleased to note in,the confirma- I sonville, and the robbery in the Freedmen's That it certainly has been a "winter ofdis- cost. AT PAUL FUNKE'S. !

" tions made by the Senate this week, their Bank building. He came to Fernandina content" to an uncomfortable degree. Atlantic Pavilion.Mrs. .
: approval of the appointments of Sheriff : some five years ago and established the ,Eg
Sweeney, would be pleased to see her
and County Clerk J.A. Edwards. mont Livery Stables, which soon became Nassau Mission.At .
Ellermann friends and the old patrons of the "Idle
At the meeting of the City Council this very popular, and of which concern he was the Annual Conference of the Methodist -. Hour," at the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia ,
: proprietor at the time of his death. Episcopal,Church, South, at Gainesville Beach, where she is now established
week the City Tax Assessor presented the
recently, the Rev. William. Johnsonwas
" ; assessment rolls for 1884, which were referred hangeofScll.edulA .
again returned to Nassau Mission. He
: to the.Finance Committee for exami change of schedule into effect to
. goes Coneville Hilliard
' will preach at Callahan, ,
: nation. morrow on the lines of the Florida Railwayand
other in the
I King's Ferry and places county,
: Two new, elegant passenger coaches, and Navigation Company. On the, mainline acting as a missionary. In view of the na-

: two baggage cars were received yesterday to Cedar Key, very little change ,is ture of his work we trust the people in,, the THE NEWPORT OF THE SOUTH.

: by thi Florida Railway & Navigation Com- made; but on the Fernandina and Jacksonville county will receive him kindly and render

. : panyfrom: the Jackson & Sharp Company, branch, two'trains will be run assistance the
. him all the, they can, as posi-
at Wilmington, Del. hereafter; one leaving here at 11:10a. tion involves much' toil and sacrifice. THE EGMONT I HOTEL

S Messrs. J. H. A. Bruce, of the Bellevue m., arriving at Jacksonville at ,

Hotel, Montgomery, Ga. ; T. E. McIver, of 12:50 p. m., and the other leaving here at Egtnont Hotel Arrivals. S

theDuval, House, Jacksonville, and Capt. I. 5:10 p. m., arriving at Jacksonville at 6:35. M Iglane,.New York'; E Purnell, Phila- GEORGE HELLO, Proprietor,

: J. Minot, of the Parceland Hotel,. DeLand, Returning, the trains leave Jacksonville at delphia; J H A Bruce, Montgomery, Ga. ;
C S Winstock, Philadelphia, Pa W Austin. _.i
8:45 and 2:30 here at ;
the week. a. m. p. m., arriving
the during .
I were guests at Egmont New York: W B Taylor, New' York ; J E

: Corn, Oats,Bran, Hay, Ground Feed, Rice, 10:10 a. m. and 4:12 p. m. McIver, Jacksonville; C W Simmons, New
We shall publish the complete schedule York; F L Piukham, Jacksonville; W C
; Flour etc., etc., at wholesale and retail*by next week.A Brown, Jacksonville; W H, Mark, New !: @:1ii

ih Hoyt & Co. York;: G'V Miller,Tyrone,Pa';'W: W Carnes,

il The steamship San Antonio, Captain Wilder New Private Boarding House. Macon, Ga; Q A Gillmore,Thomas N Bailey. : .
New York E F Withcomb, Savannah, Ga -" '
tf Mr. Abbott of New York has ; ;
' with the Frank -
left yesterday for New John B Cox, Roston ; R T Miller, Cincin- : =- ;i
bales cotton 766 leased the Dozier mansion corner of Sixth,
following cargo : 1,007 nati. _________________
packages oranges, 272 cases cedar, 94 barrels and Ash streets, and has opened a first-class

t spirits, 27 bales moss, 58 packages merchan private boarding house. The house, whichis Range of Thermometer
I and comfortable has recently FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JANUARY 23D,
very roomy ,
dise. j 1885, AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.
' locomotive No. 39, the been thoroughly renovated by Colonel 7A.M. 12 M.'3 P.M. 6 p.r. WIND.
; A l ew, powerful Dozier at a very considerable expense. Saturday, Jan.17......48 56 56 52 N. W. wad IFd IIIIIIIIIL Ilnnuti JIIIIIIIN 191111iii 91niiiU #lnn UMlnn.Ullni vim VeJ =ue s rcjF "
"Gadsden: ," was received by the Florida Sunday, 18..45 M 53 52 N. W. 444
, i Thursday :Mrs. Abbott is a sister of Conductor Smith, Monday, 19..44 52 52 50 N. W.
Railway & Navigation Company on of the Transit Railroad. Tuesday, 20... 45 56 55 54 'N. W. HIIII'llli Pnnnr =! ;
last from the Rogers Locomotive Works, Wednesday," 21..46 58 58 56 N. W.
Thursday, 22..._.48 60 GO 59 N. W.
. : at,Peterson; N. J. ,Her companion, No. 40, Mrs. Grundy Says: Friday, 23.......52 62 62 60 N. E. j : I II II

the "Polk," is expected daily. That there are two persons in town who,

Mrs. Skinner, relict of the late 0. C. if spoken to, turn on their heels and say ,MARINE. _

1 Skinner, of,this city, died on Saturday last, "nothing," and, yet are not thought very Port, of Fernandina. _
r' qj of typhoid malarial fever. Deceased, for' a rude; "HIGH WATER. -- -- -

number of years, was the keeper of the That Postmaster Riddell and Assistant Saturday Janua'rp'24..1:38 A. M. 2:05 p. x.
25...... 2:39" 3:07"
Marine Hospital, and was known for many Beugnet disappoint scores of our citizens Monday 26...... 343" 412"
the and distressed daily in this Tuesday, 27:.... 4:50" 5:18"'
deeds of kindness to poor ,, manner.
Wednesday 28..... 5:56" 622" FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
especially :sailors.: The funeral took place That builder Scott dedicated the comple- Thursday, 29...... 655" 721" ,
51i!i last Sunday.It tion of the Williams building with "Sham Friday, 30...... 7:48" 8:1-1":

will pay you to examine the furniture rock," Saturday.That Steam-packet Thomas ENTERED.Collyer, Pcnnette, from NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
& Co. if Messrs. Starbuck and Beal have a Brunswick daily with freight and pas-
t stock of Fred W. Hoyt yon are ,
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the best "coupler" in the world sengers, to F. \,. Simmons, agent.
patent ;
that line.
needing anything Jan. Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from
tD t Vanderbilt says so ; New York; freight and passengers, to
.4 Conductor Smith returned last Saturday
.R. W. Southwick, agent.
That it beats of our fellows for
any young
North, accompanied by his bride, -Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel from
"catching on." Palatka; freight and passengers, to -
formerly Miss Mary E. Small, of Jersey our''worthy' Mayor into W. O.Jeffreys, agent. '
That drops of Monticello, McKee
City.. Mr. Smith, during his several years 18-Steamship City ,
poetry very gracefully and effectually, on from Charleston: freight and passen-
.1 ''E 10 connection with the Transit road, has made gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent GET OUR PRICESFOR
many warm friends in this city, and the occasion ; Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, from
Savannah freight and to
That UndertakerHenderson, can -furnish ; passengers
: traveling public, by his uniform courteous F. W. Simmons, agent.
the proof of the above in a personal epitaph., 21-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee
.. friends in extending ,
His join us -
deportment. That none can fail to find "John, the from Palatka; freight and passengers -
d ( to him and his bride the best wishes for to W. O.Jeffreys, agent.
t Barber," since he displayed a new sign. Id.=: Sch. Raymond T. Maull, Higbee, stone,'
their future happiness. there is doubt about to Lara&JRoss.
That some either of +++++++-++-+++++F+++++
1I' j As. a further evidence of the fertility of our military companies taking a part in the CLEARED. \

1 G; the $t. Mary's river section, Mr. J.'Mizell, of prize competition, Fair week. Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for
Brunswick daily, with freight and -DOORSI
I ': King's Ferry, sent us this week some magnificent That we feel assured our Fire Company .passengers, by.P%. W. Simmons, agent. BLINDS

;. : specimens of vegetables, raised on would take the cake if we could spare them Jan. 23-Steamship for New York City ;of freight San Antonio and passengers, Wilder,,

4. the Florida side of the river.' The samples from town long enough. by R. W. Southwick, agent. ,

I'' ;z i included some large turnips, weighing respectively That it is a real treat to visit the F. R. & ". 18-Steamship for Palatka City;by of"..Monticello O. Jeffrevs,,McKee agent., _
: ,{ 11, 81 and,72' pounds,which were N..Co.'s""shops ; 18-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for ++-++-I----++++-++-+I-1-++++
Charleston.by W.O.Jeffreys agent,
!I raised by Joe Haddock, living some two That one can witness. there all manner of, 21-Steamship City of Monticello: )McKee

i milus from King's Ferry; also, some finely turning, twisting, puffing and blowing, and, by for W.Charleston O.Jeffreys;freight, agent.and passengers, Before Purchasing; Elsewhere.A .

;I heated lettuce and cabbage, the latter as master"of all, R. V. Dohoney; ;. Steam-packet Florida,'Amazeen, for Savannah -

i tiara as any Northern cabbage, raised That he can explain the principle of thewhaty ; freight and passengers, by
F. W. Simmons, agent.
; by, }Ir. Mizell, at the Ferry. mar-calI.it acting on the thing- ", 19Sch. Elwood Doran, Warrington, Philadelphia
lumber C.H.Huot.
I We: have just gotten in a large assortment umy when the pressure the air on,the atmosphere 20-ScH. Sarah;E.'Smith,by Stockley Philadel-' LARGE STOCK RECEIVED.
of paints, oils, &c. Prices very low.< AgentsI evolutes the tizzerinktum and phia; lumber, C.'IL Huot.

I ; the world-renowned Asbestos paints.I consequent propulsion is obtained ; J. 'eg"T. Kydd

I I Fred W. Hoyt & Co.Bargains. *. That he probably has an iron constitution, Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg

is as true as steel, despises brass admires Edgings and Insertings, bought 25 per cent.'

in Napkins. bright-work, and we know he is e-steemed; below manufacturers' prices, which they FRED W. HOYT & C
;All linen, white, fancy-bordered Napkins That it is a wonder he has not been offer at astonishingly low .prices. Call and < .,
at 1.10, worth $1.50, on Wednesday only. them. *
', af| MODE BRO. ,* eloped with, he is such a winning coach-
1, man. A Large ''Line of -New White Goods

: Bleached Cotton. That he takes pride in caring for the iron Just received by J. & T. KYDD, consistingof SECOND STREET, ABOVE CENTUE7' ,

i: 'J. & T. KYDD are now selling a yard-wide horses of the F. It. &N.. Co.. plain and plaid Nainsooks.Victoria Lawn
Bleached Cotton, fine and soft finish, at the Linon de Dacca India and Persian Lawns .
low price of 7 cents a, yard. All standard That some of our young people should and French Organdies etc., which are

I '' brands as. low as can be. bought anywhere. pool. their, ", ,u ures". before,.one' of. our. min-.... marked at very low.. .figures... .. ,, 'E.F..1 T .. 1N p:1TT4 :FL-: .A.A. .
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