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 31, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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: VII. ;, : 'j;" 'FERNANDINA. FLA., SATURDAY., JANUARY 31, 1885. NO. 10.

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ENATOR CALL. Glared will of the great political party to in the National Government.We ., THE YULEE MANSION.THE Traveler's Guide.

"' which we belong and with, respect to the have been confmnted in the Southern
HIS welfare and rights of the minority, will with questions consequenceto
ISLATl/fcE* AFTER HIS REELECTION under Providence, the effort of my public both races <>f our, people. These have DENCE-FINE WOODWORK AND HAND- For Day Passenger Train leale-
(From the Assembly Journal of January Slst.) life.The been sought to be determined_ by the inter- SOME FRESCOES. all points Keand on Transit Wildwood Road.,and..10.25 a.m.
Jl/r. President, Mr!Speaker, and Gentlemen of economical expenditure of its rev- ference of the Federal power instead of leaving The residence which ex-Senator Yulee, of ForSavannah and all points North

the General Assembly the State of Florida: enues for necessary and beneficial purposes the adjustment of; the two races to the Florida, is' erecting on Connecticut Avenue and a. m-

I acknowledge with profound gratitude to demands all our thought and intelligence.The States, and the softening" influences of time nearly opposite the British Minister's For(connecting Tallahassee at, Pensacola.Callahan.)and all

you and the people of Florida, whose representatives great Democratic, party, to which the and.the employments. ustry. residence is nearly (completed' and the points on the :Florida Central &

you are, the great honor you majority of us belong, demands a changeand This mistaken policy will happily pass owner will soon move into it. It is one of Western Railroad................ ..10.25 8. m.
have conferred upon me in a second time reform in these methods. The power of away with'the inauguration n of a Presidentand i the finest private residences ever erected in (connecting at Baldwin.) 4

electing me to represent the State of Floridain monopoly, whether created bylaw or the a party who have:faith in a' government this city; and it is 'estimated that at least Day Passenger Train arrives

the Senate of the United States. This re- result of great combinations of' credit and of,the people. and. recognize the be- $70,000 has been expended on the house From all points Cedar on Key the, Wildwood Transit Road., and.. 4.35'

newed expression of your and their confi- capital in the channels of business and com- neficence of the distributron' of power which alone ; the ground, which extends back to From Savannah and all points in p.l11..

dence renews\ and strengthens my Jove'and merce, demands in this new industrial 'age leaves to the people, +}"f'.the" States the regulation Eighteenth street, having cost over $30,000.It the North and West................ 4.35 p.m.

devotion !1.<; our beautiful State and to her the consideration of the wise and thought- and controrof heir. own.. domestic is a large double structure, built of From all points Tallahassee on the, Florida Pensacola.Central and

people, and! will ;command my most earnest ful.This affairs. brick, with a porte cohere over the main '& Western Railroad..........;.....4.35 p.m.
efforts to perform with fidelity and usefulness great democratic organization has There never was, and there never will be, entrance. The exterior is rather plain, but Night Passenger Train leaves-

the duties of the high office confided to declared that wise and temperate and just any danger in leaving to the people of the substantial, and there is a very handsome For Cedar Key, Wildwuod, and all ;
policies shall be established which will States the interests of their own people. If tower at the southern end. The high roof points on the Transit Road........ 5.30 p. m. .,

me.Office and power are trusts to be held and compel them to be the creatures of the this were not true our whole system of gov- adds a third story to the building. The For and Savannah\Vest.-and all points. North
........ ........... 5-30 p. n1_
used only for the benefit of the people, and State, and subjects to be used for the public ernment would be failure. main entrance opens into a hallway, which (connecting at Callahan.)

for the advancement of mankind in happiness good, and not masters over the people. The I think I see in the near future a brighter widens out into a large square hall. Di- For Tallahassee Pensacola,and all

and well being. He alone deserves the reasonable and just adjustment of these relations day for our country and for mankind. I rectly opposite the entrance, on the oppositeside points Western on the Florida Central &: I
Railroad............_._.. 5.30 p.m.
public confidence, and has a meritorious so far as they are within the powerof have no fear that the, Democratic party will of the hall, are large sliding doors, (connecting at Baldwin.)

right to official: power, who can use it to the National Government, will be the not be able to take hold of all these great which open directly into' the dining-room. Night Passenger Train arrives ,

promote the happiness of the people. subject of our reasonable action.I questions and settle,them, to the satisfactionof This room is finished in mahogany, and From Cedar Key. Wildwood, and I
of declared the people. The employment of labor has a very handsome carved wood mantel, all points on the Transit'Road._ 8.503m.
This is the object government as will not here and to-night detain you by From Savannah
and all
and its education the distribution of reaching nearly to the ceiling, of the same points
by our fundamental law and the entering the wide field of thought which pro- the North
po- and West................. 8.50 a:m. .
litical party to which the majority of the these subjects open .to us ; they will be the duction, the regulation of currency, bankingand material. The ceiling is very handsomely From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and '

people of this State belong holds this to bet object of anxious thought in the immediate exchange in the interest of'the great frescoed. all points on Florida Central &
of the and the and The hall is finished in oak with oak Western Railroad........ 8.50a.m.
hc fundamental principle of their party future, both in the States and in the Na- body people, just reason-
faith. The happiness of the people-their tional Government, and by success in treating -' able protection of capital and credit, will demand -: wainscoting and a ceiling panelled and FERNANDINA A JACKSONVILLE R. R.
its most .- carved, in oak. A mantelpiece elegant Train leaves daily, except Sunday- ,
advancement in material and intellectualand them will parties stand or fall. thoughtfiilponsideration.With : : I For Jacksonville..:.....................11.10 a. m.
moral well being as contradistinguishedfrom Our great party, now for the first time,in such policies dire tang the exercise design is at one corner with a. tiled'open For Jacksonville .. 5.10 p.In_

the use of power and official stationfor a quarter of a century entrusted with the of the powers of the National Governmentand fireplace. An oak staircase with a graceful Train arrives daily, except 'Sunday J

the benefit of the few-for the protection executive department of the government, the States, as the bells of each new year railing of oak runs to the top of the house. From Jacksonville. a. m. '
The is : From Jacksonville.............:........
of privilege and class. This Demo- has girded its loins and addressed itself with shall ring out ,the 'old, we shall rise to a stairway lighted on each story by 4.12p.ra.

cratic theory and principle of government, confidence to the task solving these great higher plane of human happiness.The stained glass windows of rich ,designs. On :i From Snnda1only Jacksonville-

is well applied in our form of States, acting problems in the interests of the people. notes of joy and gladness will be the right of the main entrance is the library, I For Jacksonville .. 4.00. a. m.
heard from increasing multitudes idleness which is finished in oak. The ceiling is p.m.
through a united and national governmentfor But great as are our occasions for con- ; MALLORY LINE.For .
will diminish and increase.Let frescoed in a silver pattern, which, to a
such purposes as concern all the States gratulation, and profound as should be our industry New York direct, by steamships -
and the whole body of the people. It assumes gratitude to the Divine Providence who has us each and all strive in our appointed casual glance appears to. be wall-paper. State of Texas or City of :

; as the foundation truth of its entire aided and directed us to this great height of place, and in 'our day and generation, for The parlor, on the opposite side of the hall, San Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00 p. m. ('
these noble ends, and we shall feel when is finished in pine, and the, panels of the From New York direct by City of
system that the great powers of the State power and usefulness, we must not be in San Antonio,and State of Texas,

will be controlled, used and directed by, the st'nsibie't the fact that there are'great, dangers .. e our life's work is done that. greatest of all. high wainscoting? will be ornamented by every Friday.......................... 3.00 p. m. I
conscientious and ,rewards, the consciousness that we have hand-painted, designs in colors to harmonizewith ,
intelligent thought and which menace the republic and threaten.the CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
virtue of the State, in the interest and for happiness of our people. done our duty.Gentlemen- the' ceiling, which the frescoer has For Charleston by steamship City [

the benefit of the whole body of the people. The collection of the vast revenues of' the of the Joints Assembly, I renew adorned with one of his happiest designs. of Monticello,every Wednesday.From .
Our wisely adjusted devisedto affords the the expression' of my gratitude to you A large glass door opens into the conserva-' Charleston, by same steamer -
system was government means advancing
.... .....
every Sunday .. p. nl.
which is side the
the south
the encroachments of and the people of Florida. I accept the tory, on of '
present power, and the fortunes of some of our people- and of For Charleston, by steamship City ,
to securo the use of power for the benefit of oppressing the great body of those who great office to which you,haVft elected me. I house. Doors 'which fold and then ;'slide of Palatka every Sunday. '', :. .1

the people. From the days when the Ro live on'the'labors of each day. The'methods ;pledge to. you. .an&tbe&fee. fa'jaf the State Jackinto, tbe.wall separate,the'parlor from ,From .Charleston,by sameatealil: : .I'Im.: >.-:;

man eagles rested in secure triumph and of its collection, the extent of its impositionare my utmost. efforts to discharge-- its duties and ,, the music'room, which is'finished in'tsome-' "ere}rwWednesday.t..::::.:..... < : J -' "'f

assured power over every known land and subjects requiring the most careful and exercise its functions with fidelity and for I what the same style as the parlor. This, ST. MARYS RIVER. t

sea, and the will of her Caesars was an im- wise consideration.The the good of the people. room' opens upon a veranda which looks : For Steamer St. Marys Martha and leaves Crandall Centre, Tuesf.street dock-.' f t;

perial despotism throughout the world until! happiness of the people and the suc- out on the grounds; in the rear of the house. day and Friday. 3.00 p.m '"'" .,
the establishment of our government, the cess of democratic government is bound up THF ORANGE' A,BERRY.In There is an elevator which goes from the For St. Marys and Dungeness: on
powers of,the State and of organized gov- in the preservation of our government of a recent lecture in Florida on the or- basement to the top story, as well as'a back Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p. m_
ange, Prof. Gunning explained the origin staircase. The woodwork in the For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, i';
ernment was the instrument by which the States which life and force upper
gives to the national Monday and Thursday........... 8.00a.m.
and nature of the fruit from botanical stories is with hard oil finish. All f'
sagacity aijd craft of men directed the effortsof government, which is inseparably ,a pine a Steamer Martha arrives
all the, people and commanded their connected with it. point of view. He dissected an apple, a the floors are laid with tongued boards, From St. Marys and Crandall on

labor and; their, lives for the benefit, the Born of the State and acting directly on grape and an orange, and showed the struc- which run from base to base without a Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. If
ture of each. The ten little dots in the In the first the floors From St. Marys and Dungeness,
pleasure and luxury those who could ob- the people within its prescribed limits, it is seen piece. story are on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00a.m.
tain and hold official station. dependent on the States for its life. cross-section of an apple show that the fruit polished inlaid! woods.A From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,

But now, for a hundred years, a different A civil policy which recognizes the sep- sustains certain relations to the flower. In complete system of electric bells and Tuesday and Friday.................. 2.00 p.m l:

principle has formed the basis of our civil arate principle of State and National .government a longitudinal section we ,can trace that re speaking tubes has been introduced throughout -

polity-and uu'der\, it the grandest power ; policies, both State and National lationship. We see that the portion of the the house, and, in addition, electric Post-Office Notice. J(

ever known fob the good of mankind has which recognize the happiness of the fruit outside of the dots was formed by a wires. have been. put in, so that in case the Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M_

grown up, :and rests in security under the people and the advancement of mankind as thickening of the calyx or cup.' The fruit lighting of private, residences by electricity Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
protection of the stars and stripes-the the and i between the dots and the core was formed become general all that will be necessary Money Orders and Registered Letters from
symbol proper objects of government, 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 P. M
of a democratic government, the pledgeof are the great truths of our party faith, and by a coalescing and thickening of the base will be to make the connection with the to 3:30 p. m.ARRIVAL .

a democratic faith, and the messenger of the essential conditions of democratic insti- of the corolla and stamens. The core is the street. AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
peace and good will to mankind. tutions. extended base of the pistil. Every part of The house will be heated by steam and Transit & Peninsular Railroad J:

Sixty millions of people of every race and Thus we perceive, gentlemen that as the the flower has been wrought into the fruit. the boilers have been placed in a vault that Arrives daily exceptSunday........ 4.45 p. M_ <<

nationality, have embraced the democraticfaith republic has increased from three to sixty In the grape neither flo er-cup nor corollanor has been built in the ground at the rear of Gulf Brings coast mails Transit from the and North Peninsular ,the-
and gjven stamens have been wrought into fruit. the house. A ingenious by
their allegiance to this gov- millions of people ; as its borders have extended very system railroads.
ernment ofjthe; States-and United States. from the Atlantic to the Pacific, The pulp holding the seeds is the thickened which the temperature of the house can be Closes daily except Sunday.........10:00 A. ar_

New couomies of life, health, trade, industry from the Lakes to the distant Territory of pericarp. This plan makes a'berry. The made uniform automatically has been in- Takes mails for the North, the
Gulf Transit and
iiiil is after the plan of the and troduced. Thermostats have been placed coast, ,
commerce have been broughtinto Alaska, to the Gulfs of Mexico and Cali- orange grape not roads.Leesburg .
usa; $ew '-nd wonderful inventions, fornia ; as vast numbers of Europeans have of the apple. The orange is a berry, but it 'in the different rooms and floors, which can train arrives daily......... 8:40.M_
saving labpr; and time-annihilating dis- migrated here and become incorporatedwith differs. from other berries. internally in the be set at the desired temperature. When Brings Western mail only.

tance and fpact1-increasing and diversifying our citizens as the wealth and longitudinal segmentation. What does this there is any variation the thermostat at Femanama & Jacksonville Railroad-

productions are in daily use, all looking merce of the States; have increased; as labor-com- segmentation mean? The orange is one of once, by an electric current, sets in opera Arrives Brings daily the except Jacksonville Sunday and.....St..... 4:15 A. M..

to the daily comfort and happiness of the saving inventions have dismissed the people the most variable of fruits., When it growson tion a clockwork which shuts off the heat. John's river mails.

individual and; family-the whole people. from employment and driven them to other a rich soil it,sports into many varieties. In the same way the heat is turned on Closes daily except Sunday...... ....10:30 A. )1_

Each day outstrips all that has preceded it means of subsistence, new questions of pub- The "navel" is' a monstrosity fixed as a again, so that the temperature remains at a Takes the Jacksonville,St.Jolin's

in some advance of intelligence, some new lic policy have presented themselves, and variety. A navel is two oranges, one being desired point without the intervention of River and MailJacksonville,Northern mails.
aborted. All organisms, plant animal. the occupants. By another arrangementthe Sunday -
encroachment upon the unknown domainof will continue to be presented. or and St. John's River,

natural, forces. Yesterday this hemisphere Questions inter-state commerce and of are liable.to reve-rt or slip back into an ear- air passes through cotton, so as to free. it arrives....................................10:25 A. M_
stretching almost from pole to pole, transportation, questions of public health, lier condition. When, you see' corn with from all impurities before entering the ra Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00' p. M.
interposed silk and tassel all know whatit diators. Jacksonville, St. John's River and
its together
barriers of mountain and you '
val- of public education, of the general diffusionof the North, closes....................... 6:00 A. Y.
ley to the commerce of the world ; to-day knowledge, of reciprocal trade and treaties means. It is a lapse into the wild state. The basement of the house is very com- .Jacksonville and St. John's River

the daring thought of the greatest living en- between adjacent countries, the improve- Now, if you were to see an orange split at pletely arranged, containing the kitchen, a only, closes.............................. 4:00 p. M.
gineer, mi .American, has combined well ment of the waterways of the country.To the bloom end into a number of pod-like laundry, a wine cellar, pantries and 'a billiard i SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.

known fMc 'lanjc.\l methods and principles, all these questions, the great principlesof segments, what would you say is the meaning room.
and deinon-strated: his capacity to lift the our government and the political ? It would not do to dismiss it from the The house has been erected in accordancewith List of Letters
ships, hEavily laden with the rich produc- which we belong present a ready solutionin mind as *' a freak of nature." Such orangesare the plans and under the direction of Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan-
dina Nassau Florida
tions of the other not uncommon. The internal the architect, Mr. Charles H. Read, Jr.- county. at January.30.
hemisphere, from the the Democratic faith that segmen-
they must be i, 1885. Persons calling for these letters mustsay
cuts through the rind and affects the
ocean ami I'transport Star.
them safely across the determined in the interest of, and for the whole upper portion of the orange.. The Washington they are advertised :
continent to the end that each and every benefit'of, the great body of the people, and rind passes in between the, segments. Thisis Austin, Chas G Lang. Murria
person niayihavc; the comforts and even the not in the sense of barren declarations of a tendency to.what science would call the St. Peter'sChurch._ Barnwell, Moses Morrison, Milley
Inxuries'of Jife within their reach. "apocarpous" condition. It is the earliest Rev. O. P. THACKARA Rector. Burton,'Nora McIntosh, Edmond
equality before the, law ; but in the, sense and lowest form of fructification known to Dorerflinger, F. Jos. Moron,John
These 'are: the! triumphs of a democratic of such policies as will touch beneficiallyevery the botanist. It is shown in that primitive with SUNDAY Sermon SERVICEL.10:30: Evening Dexter, H F Music, Jacky
government of the happy union of States individual and every family, as will style of flower, the buttercup. The pistil, Morning, with,Sermon, 7 p.m., Sunday a. m.Schoolat Esses, Mrs T J Perkins, Wm A
and a national the inmost portion of the flower, Felder, John People, R
government. A divine diffuse i will representsa
intelligence, as place the productions 3 p. m.
Providenle : leaf folded in and united on the edges. IIi Goodwin, Upham
: ;smiles benignantly ,upon a restored of the country and the fruits of com- the buttercup a whorl of leaves has formed LENTEN SERVICES : Gadson, Tiny Lucinda
Union: and the reconciled States aud I within :Morning Prayer, Litany, Wednesday and Hogan I 31- Right, Jonna
the reach ,
merce of all, as will en- pistils; each pistil being distinct and, when 7:30
m. Evening Prayer
Friday, a. daily,
these t. Katie Smith Rev T E
th? Victories of ripe pod-like. The which Harris ,
peace, greater than courage skilled labor and manufactures and orange separatesat except Saturday, 4:30 p. m.
those the bloom end into pod-like is Houser Agnes 2 Shaw, Arthnr C
of Jre
war1, the rewards of that democratic segments
art, without imposing too'great burdens of HOLY COMMUNION: Lue Storet Julia
Higginbotham, ,
a lapse towards the structure of the butter
faith' which is the First Sunday in every month, 10:30 a. m.;
corner stone of taxation on the people. cup. The separation is on the plane of the Johnson.Iirolai Voels, ,George
i third in moath, 7 Dur-
Sunday a. m.
our government: and the guiding star of our The freedom of the people from unnecessary normal segments. We must infer that the every first Jones, Thomas J Vetter, G F
: ing Lent, every. Sunday except Sunday Jones Isaac Williams. Randolph
public policy. ,
To this segmentation which characterizes the rind
governmentof restraint the
preserve protection of life and I 7:30, a. m. Jones Lizzie Whitmore Martin
States; mid. the United States, to secure property, but the subjection of all to such covered of an berry ancestor called the which orange bore is its the fruit vestige in- NOTE-The time is Standard.The Lolton, MarggretLumkins Washton, G B
the applf:ation of its just powers to these policies as will best promote the welfare of pod-like clusters. The orange was bean-like services.seats in this Church are free at all Major Worker Annie

beneficent ends, and to such policies as will the great body of the people. before it came to be a berry. In the course Letty, G Wotteren, Jonnie
continue;rind will increase the of of time the pods coalesced and passed into, Lowe, Samuel Williams John
happiness These the
are great principles which must Woldo Rey. Milton
all the pulp, all but a vestige of which remains as Overcoats and Winter ClothingAt Long, Dr. Henry ,
people,, )in accordance with the de- guide our legislation, both in the States and a thin membrane. cost. AT PAUL FUNKE'S. S. T. RIDDELL P.M.t .

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:; ;; ;;' ; LIBRARY RUBBISH.The'ilusty I i dying to, be introduced to his wife, an in the house. It was comfortable-and I The possibility of this stopped the this, would have continued it is iIIl.Pssible -
;' ) books.that roton topmost: shelves I Australian beauty, and the. young even cheerful, its three windows com- words that were upon my lips.: I had ,to conjecture,. but a sudden
: ill.fhallw.: 4 j people of both sexes were delighted, to manding'a fine _view of the ,gardens heard that it ,was dangerous to wake, :Violent movement on my part put au
I-nrea. untouched for' ''years. -unknown,!- be able to add another house to their and woods backed by the -shire somnambulists with :a shock, so insteadof fend to the situation. My attempt
till faded looks
, I '11ie'vety.gHding;; which of old in light did happy hunting grounds. hills. It was furnished in a delight- calling, I cautiously :withdrew the to escape had brought me to the very
; name "I was one of the last to make the I I fully rococo and/ altogether mixed curtain bn one side,and peeped put edge of the bed, and i in spite of every
J. The dusty!; books. acquaintance of Mrs. Gore ; and it was style, 'which wou\fl have sufficed to Nerves or no nerves, I can assure effort to, retain-my position: I now f ft
,.,\tad knows what bouyancy of breathless j only after she had been married'a year have set on edge the teeth,cultured: d you all that,the sight I beheld'abso- myself slipping,' slipping,on the floor.
i hope that brooks j and after we had made several fruit- persons to-day. :' The high, narrow lutely froze my blood. I don't think It was no use to grapple with the bedclothes
'Xiir.: ; of. once bade each woo the. fickle heart less attemps to meet at ,the houses of mantel-piece called aloud for spindle- that I have said that the bed was in' a. in a desperate struggle to recover -
Fame common friends that I received in- shanked tables and that the chair and tables
While lingered! o'er each line what lover ; an chairs and chippendale recess, my position. There was nothing!
: pleident looks? vitation to spend a few days at their whereas it'-was evident that up here formed cosy little oases in various parts for it but to make the best of a bad
country house, which we will call only a partial: reformation: from utter of the large room. business, and to guard. against the
: \Vhat soul-confessions what life-work claim bold-who J knows?- Manibere Court. The letter was avery Philistinism had as yet been .effected. In a space between ,my bed and awkard contingency of falling out ot
Thou. > pages dead-leaf lined, forgotten' in, cordial one. Mrs. Gore spoke of Sundry gaudily covered tablekins the' door of Pinfold's' room stood whatit bed head foi emost. With some exertioi
; 1 darkling nooks? !It'* her anxiety to make my acquaintance ; I Iindeed" cropped 'up in highly ,incorrect. but is selon les regies of all properly con- I righted myself, but the noise I made
Oh pitiful!.disdained by glory's sweet ac- ,she said she almost felt as if convenient places, and a particularly structed ghost stories to call 'A in doing so would, I feared, bring myterrible
The dusty books! she.knew already, and in fact she snug.bnt too. utterly wrong arm-chair Figure!l' And in truth it would be, vision once more upon me! In
:7: Francis. Earle, in Dmdon Academy. quite assumed ,the tone of .,an old stood clothed in a' species of white impossible ,to describe what I saw with sickening expectation I stood for
,_, _.__ ___ .. up a
GHOST HAXJBEKE n. COURT friend. petticoat beside a severely orthodox absolute, exactness. There, was an indistinctness -. moment with 'eyes: closed ; when I
I If you are not afraid of staying carved oak bed. about the shadowy out-, opened them the thing was gone. At
I:want to invite you to spend half our haunted house,! ran' the letter, 'And this is really your dressingroom lines that prevented me from gaining: the same instant I heard Pinfold move
nn hoqr or so,in the library of a coun- we.hope you will come to us next ,' explained :Mrs. Gore, indicatinga a clear idea, of its shape., SomethingI in her bed.
: try o:1se.: It is the, hour when cups week. We shall have a party for Lady door near the fireplace That ,ab- saw, while the cold dew gathered Miss Florence,' she cried, drowsily -
of tea $0 circulate; Divers ladies and B's' ball. If you are not going surd Harry insisted on your maid thick upon my brow-something, the MISS Florence, what do you
gentlemen, with the fox-hunter, of the there you must come to us for it, and being put in there,lest you should be faint outlines of which were rendered want in here ?' ,
I period, are established in comfortable do bring, your beautiful diamonds. I seized with panic in. the night. Butif I visible by the light of a shaded lamp But once relieved of that awful
: chairs, and-Mrs.: Venables. Harry has said so much about them you do notlike it-you have only to which brought into view the white presence I did not stop to listen. The
41 What Mrs; Venables?" 'that we are all dying to see them.' say so, and I will have her moved.' flowing draperies below, while it left thought of foul play had not up to the
Hush: my dear madame ; not so Of course I cannot remember the By no means,' I said. Dear old the upper part of the figure in deepest present occurred to me. But now it
loud, I Leg.Vhr, the Mrs. Venables exact words, but with regard to those Pinfold has been with me so long, shadow., Lying there with all my crossed my mincl l, and changed all mv.
e society i fame ; :Mrs. Venables about two things; the allusion tothe, haunted from my childhood in fact, that I thinkof boasted courage ebbing away from terror into rage."Seizing .
whom little paragraphs are const.antlyI house and the request to taka my dia- her comfort: almost before my sown, every pore of my body, but two ideas :, my bell, I rang it till I
I appearing in the society papers; Mrs. monds, I feel quite' .sure. For there and I know there is nothing she ,will were present with me-if only I could pulled it down.
'. enables, without whom no country were ghost hunters even in those days, like so much as being near me.' in any way summon Pinfold unper- Pinfold,' I cried, rushing into
: house party is really complete and and though a skeptic, I was one of the '' As you please said pretty ]Mrs. ceived by my unwelcome visitant, and her room, both doors of which I saw
9 whose life, out of the season, consequently most ardent of them. And as to the Gore with just the slightest ghost of a oh, if it should move. It did move. were now open, get up; don't stop to
: consists in a series of pleasant ,diamonds, (it would be affectation, of shrug, but if'you should change your At that minute I did not imaginethat ask me anything. There are robbersin
'f progresses from one house to another, course, to'pretend not to know that mind you have only to tell the housekeeper terror could have any lower depth, the house. Fly down stairs and
''H attended by her maid and her dia- they were unique), I made rather a' and have her things moved up- but I was soon undeceived when the call the servants as you go. I will
Aj I inon ls-the diamonds which of course joke of the fact that I'had.been chiefly stairs at once' figure, after a moment's pause, beganto rouse the gentlemen and send them
: ; you remember she inherited, from her asked as an appendage to my dressingcase. "I need not say that I did, not glide, thank Gpd not5in my direc- down the front staircase. By that
'; ..; father: You do remember? Ah, I change my mini After spending a tion, but'in the 'direction of.the window -' means the thieves cannot escape. I
: thought so. It would be a simple impossibility Of course I accepted the invita- very happy evening, I found myselfin where, drawing aside the curtain, will tell you everything by and by.'
))4 for any one of us who hold tion, and in due time I turned up at due course in my room with 'Pin it stood, apparently gazing out into "I never waited to see whether the
a place among the smart people," :Manibere Court, diamonds and all. fold brushing out my hair. As our the night. The moon was riding fast terrified Pinfold obeyed my orders. I
tt who constitute society nowadays, to As we drew up at the gate at the bot- habit was, we were passing in review among the clouds, and threw her flew along the passage ,and down the
j tl' ever pretend that we did not know tom of the short avenue of lime trees the various toilets.. Mrs. Gore's dress, beams upon that mysterious thing staircase, where I already found a
:, and admire :Mrs. Venables. To know that led to the house I thought to my- of a lovely shade of mauve, just then standing silently by my dressing table ; party assembling. As it happened,
y 1 her is to admire her, pf; course. For self that a more likely find for a good come into fashion, had particularly but her light did not suffice to show my bell had rung downstairs, and a
f one thing, she is the fashion ; for family ghost of the white-sheet and captivated Pinfold's fancy, as, with a clearly the outline of the head, whichI startled contingent of butlers, footmen
another, she is, as our cousins say, the chain-clanking order it had never privileged few, she had watched us now saw was hidden.in folds of the I and various understrappers were mus-
I' just about the most agreeable and been,my fortune to come across. from the gallery trooping in to dinner. same shadowy material which disguised tering in the hall. The grotesquenessof
w charming woman of the day-independently A gray stone front, with heavily She was, however, happy in the conviction the lower part of the shape. their improvised toilets makes me
of her diamonds and her mullioned windows, brought the picture that none of the jewelry worn i The idea of a trick never for an laugh now as I think of it, but did not
Ij' charming house and her pretty daugh- of Tappington Hall in the editionof by the other ladies at all came up to.. instant crossed my mind. Sheer terror strike me at the time as anything at all
r': tel'S.r the Ingoldsby Legends'vividly mine. paralyzed every nerve. After some remarkable. :Make haste,' I cried,
: A gleam from the lamp ,falls upon before my mind. There was something There was nothing that could beat moments the creature dropped the there are burglars in the house.
her as she sits in a comfortable armchair just a little depressing, too, in even your littlest' cross, Miss Flor- curtain,. and in the same soundlessway They have been in my room. Show )
: the most perfectly appointed and the wide steps that led up to the terrace ence, let alone your whole parure. began to return. I have said me at once where your master sleeps I
t!. yet the most natural looking woman with its mouldering balustrade, What will they'say when they see it there was a big arm-chair beside the and I will go with you. Make Iiaste.'
1 :, ,in the room. in the utter absence of any bright to-morrow night, I wonder?" bed., In this the figure took up its The butler's figure was not built for
,$ "It,is quite impossible," she is say- color to relieve the monotony-the "They have seen it," I replied ; position, still holding the lamp in speed, but thus adjured, he led the
' ing ; "if you wish me to take upon gardens being on the other sideandin :hI!". Gore made me fetch it down such a manner as to keep the upper way with astonishing alacrity, his costume -
.1 myself the role of improvisatrice, and .the dreary rustling of the lime treesas after dinner,'* portion of it in deepest shadow. exhibiting a bold combination of
:i monopolize the conversation for a they bent to the chilly autumn "Well, to be sure," said Pinfold "The chiming dock in the hall white, with a shepherd's plaid taste-
whole hour I IVhat can I have done ,breeze. what a funny thing for a. gentlemanto pealed merrily, but the figure did not fully arranged round his neck.
!. that I should draw on myself the odium Nor was this impression removedon do I wouldn't have fetched it move. Great heavens, if it should sit Get up,' cried rushing uncere-
+fof a whole roomful of people ?" entering the hall. The present then, if I had been you." there all night! How long do people moniously into the Gores'room, whichwas
: Then up and speaks our host, who craze for esthetic browns and greens "Mrs. Gore wanted to show it to take to go mad from fright I wondered.The of course in total darkness.
is handing her"cup : had not, of course, come in. But Lady Elizabeth Mogg, who is leaving very effort to lie still produced a There are thieves in the house. They
.t : *' No story, no tea, Mrs. Venables. modern madi valism had just been to-morrow." longing to move that was almost in- cannot have got very far yet. Mr.
AVc all want to hear her adventure. discovered; Pugin was its prophet, "5' And what did she think of it,' inquired tolerable. Gore, do wake ; get up.: "
\' Now, then, a show of hands for Mrs. and Mrs. Gore was evidently one of Pinfold, when she had relievedher "If I could only slip out of bed on To do him justice, though, when
Venables1 ghost story." his most advanced disciples. Old oak mind by giving a few hard..tugs at the further side and take refuge with he did understand the purport of my
4 The evidence in favor of the story furniture had been collected from va- my hair. Pinfold. Would it be possible to makea visit, Mr.: Gore lost no time in answer-
I., is, of course, overwhelming, and :Mrs. rious :parts of the country and made Nothing much,' I said, impelledby rush and gain the haven of her ing the summon Before five minutes
"i+!$ Venables resigns herself to her fate. to do duty as family pieces. Ances- the love of teasing the dear old room before that horrible thing should had elapsed he assumed the lead of the
..fJ: "How shall I begin ?" she asks. tral Gores scowled at you from the woman. Oh, yes, I forgot, .Mrs. Gore have time to glide round and intercept search party, and I was left behind to
n First: let me give anybody who does paneled walls, and armored figures said it wanted 'cleaning. Of course my flight? I I explain matters ,in detail to my astonished -
.11 not wish to be bored to death'time to seemed to threaten one from odd recesses you will think she was jealous of it.' Should I try? I would. I. hostess. Considering her impulsive -
. ""i' escape.' and corners. I am sure she was,' returned Pin- One resolute effort would bring manner,I was surprised to find
.i There is a pause. No one moves, of It was quite a relief to escape fold, viciously. Perhaps she would me to the edge of the, bed. But the that, after the first shock, she took my
3 'I course. from these somewhat gloomy sur- like to have the job herself: bed was an ancient one, and as I triedto story very coolly, and was inclined to
3r r Then I am afraid you will all be roundings into the bright _morningroom She would, I said. 'She offeredto move it creaked. pooh-pooh my somewhat incoherent;
, !j very much disappointed," says the looking upon the gardens, and do them, for me to-morrow. She Still the figure sat motionless. narrative.
I lady, settling herself; for I can only to receive the cordial welcome of:Mrs. has got some wonderful new stuff she Another movement brought another You've been dreaming," she said,
! give an unembellished statement of Gore.. She was, indeed, the most fascinating does her own with. She is going to creak-and, oh, horror,my enemy was laughing. It was so wrong of us to
; fact, nature not having gifted me with ofhostessesand withal a very give me a lesson, so prepare to have upon me !, With what seemed super- tell you all sorts of things about that
an imagination. But as you all wish beautiful woman.. She had the pecu- all the big stones dropping out of their natural quickness, and in the same oppressive room. The thing is clear. You were
:t it, and there is no chiel amang ye liar knack of making you feel, after the settings all over the place. Pooh, you silence,it rose and came round frightened, you went to sleep and had
I I Ii .takin' notes,' I will try my best tot first five minutes, as if you had known silly old woman It is all a joke, of to the side of the,bed where I was ly the nightmare. One is apt to fancy
amuse you-Well, then, my adventure her all your life; and though cavaliers course but possibly she was right, and ing. ,Instinctively I closed my eyes, things when one is in a strange room
l :as you call it, took place not a hundred might possibly find fault with her they really do want cleaning. But and strove until I, thought my heart and alone."
trifle too lets to bed before the clock would burst to breathe and !" I cried angrily.
I miles from this very house wherewe manner as being, perhaps a now get regularly .Fancy things
were all staying. No, don't be too empresse, no doubt it was a great deal strikes 12,'or'we shall lose all chance calmly as if I were asleep. "Anyone who knows.me will tell you
clever; it was not :in this house ; but owing to the freedom of her colonial of'seeing or hearing the ghost'; and, By the glare I was made consciousof that I.am not a person to fancy things.It .
' it was in this county. I must not tell bringing up. Besides, who could have Pinfold, mind you sleep with one eye the light being held close to my un- was not a ghost, of course; it was a
i' you the real''' names; for the people-who the heart criticise when whatever defect open and both ears, so as to be able to controllably quivering eyelids. ,Andin robber or some one dressed up to
owned the;;house are still living, and there might be arose from an anx- come in the moment I call, if anybody agony I awaited I knew not what. frighten me. Besides, I tell you, Pinfold -
I you will see, if you have patience to ious, possibly a too anxious; wish to should try to play us a trick and Then the light receded, and I openedmy saw it, too. Looking for my diamonds -
sit the story out, that it would be pleaseSo frighten us.' eves to see the figure flitting aimlessly of course, which she always
painful to',them' to have their identities very glad to see you at last, I have said that I never had a about 'the room. But was it'; keeps safe under my bed.""
: 'disclosed., You will all admit that I dear :Miss Carew!' as she advanced to nerve in those days, and I have drawntoo aimlessly,? :Mrs. Gore looked rather bewildered.
,was .a girl about a hundred years ago." meet me. I began to be quite afraid many houses blank already to( feel All the stories I had ever heardof "Under: her bed," she repeated
; A chorus of indignant protestations, that we were' never to know each much excitement about the ghost. So spirits haunting the spots of their softly ; "what avory; 'droll idea! So
': in spite of which :Mrs. Venables goes other., So wrong of Harry not to have when Pinfold extinguished my candle ill deed had polluted crowded upon you are not altogether unprepared for
i calmly on-" young,, possessed of a been here to introduce us, but now and had ceased to move about I soon my mind as' I watched that figure these adventures?"
I great many kind friends, and-:'-" that those poor dreadful, partridgeshave dropped into a deep sleep, and allowed prosecuting its search. Not unprepared !I" I cried, with a
"Handsome"," puts in some impudent to be shot.I never see him from the witching hour to pass' by Could these tales of ghosts hunting glance at the wrapper which I had
wight under cover of the semidarkness. morning until night. I ,have taken unnoticed. How long I slept'I could for wills and documents, unrighteously hastily thrown round me before I had
you at your word and put you in the not tell. It might have been one hour suppressed, be true 'then after all ? taken flight. "Why, if I had expected -
[" If there are any more of these interruptions haunted chamber. You are sure you and it might have been two, but whenI Hitherto I had sat in the seat of the to appear before society in the
I shall be compelled to do not ,mind?' awoke it was still dark. Not quite scornful when the veracity of such nar' middle of the night, I should at least
stop' ,s.1.ys.our narrator quietly.] Of course: I did not mind., I was dark, however, for as I turned arounda ratives was insisted on. But I would have taken care to have my dressinggown
'Nell," she continued, "1 usedto positively delighted, for in those days thin thread of light struck upon my willingly have given my adhesion to on. As it is, I wonder if you
visit good deal, for I have been I.owned no nerves., I don'tsay thatit half-opened eyes. Not daylight; the most monstrous of these statements would lend meyours? It might be as
always fortunate in having a numberof is so now, but at that time I was though. It was not cold enough or could I have been spared ocular well to look a little respectable, to say
hind .friends.. Among these the certainly not fanciful, and should have gray enough for that, and as I drowsily demonstration! of their truth. Not one nothing of it being rather chilly. Why.
oldest .perhaps, was Harry Gore. He regarded the, ffer of even a night lightas considered what it could be, thethin hole or corner of the room did the you have got yours on ; how very odd !
was one* of the most popular men in a personal insult. streak penetrated between 'the creature leave unransacked. Drawer Do you 'always'wear your drcsslDggown
Ms set,,"and' no one could have ev.er X X .* curtains and traveled. over the bed to- after drawer was opened and closed in bed? '
1 -more'-cordial,;- congratulations "The "ghost of Manibere! Court dcertmnlv'secure'd ward the:foot. Could it be Pinfold, again, not,.in total silence, but still in. "Mrs. Gore burst in to .a-fit: of laughter ; -

liisfmarriage.: All the gentlemen'were one of the best rooms and she was walking in her sleep,? the..same. stealthy mann r. How. ng, ,_ You forget,' she s3. dthat.rve,
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had plentj- otti oto, put it 'on" while, I she would never let it go. You are 1 some are not, I prefer to keep it to Application for" License;i' I .; FIXE I.: .

von were j f frightening Harry to death.: i staying here ; 'so are we, in ---:.-Cres myself, undisclosed; and undisputed.Of To 'the hoard of County Commissioners of.[ _

You will ]find ray fur cloak in that cent. You will come and see .us. course the, affair was. never alludedto 'Jfatsau County, State of Florida: .......,;........................._...:............ ........ !

wardrobe.Vo! ;may as well make ourelves -' You must. I will take no excuse., I by either Mr. Gore 'or myself, and for I the respectfully sale of ales ask, wines to be and granted liquors a licence in the MILLINERY !, i

- aslconiforlable as we can for shall expect" you to tea, with me to- until to-day I do' not think th1t.I have town of Callahan, and herewith' the '...............................-........'...................
vour\ burglar may want a good deal of morrow. ever related my adventure, as you signatures of a majority ,of .the legally registered I

catching.:; "And did.you go?" after an unusually call it, to more than one or two of my la w'. voters of this precinct,as required by -AT- ::

.. But long before the search was long pause. most intimate friends. There can be [Signed.] I. D. HIGGINBOTHAM.We .

over my strained nerves had given "This part af my story' is so painful no harm now though in telling'it, see- KIWSBAZARHATS

away. TJhe! utter want of sympathy, that I hardly.like to go on," saic| Mrs. ing that :Mrs. Gore, whose insanity Election, the District undersigned No. 9,registered of Nassau voters of

stay, the j absolute incredulity with Venables. Still, as it happened so passed into the acute stage,.has beenat Florida, respectfully} request that the county.Board

winch ray[ story had been received, af- long ago, and as I. have not betrayedthe rest for several years and Harry of County'CommisM'oners Nassau count, BONNETS, RIBBONS,

iefted and fiO much that, in spite of all real names of my friends, I suppose happily married to a charming wife. Florida, do grant Isaiah D. Higginbothamthe
right to sell distilled and malt
attempts at self-command, I burst intoa there can be no harm in telling it now.I There 'are no ghosts now at Mani Callahan. in the above named district. at FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS

fit of hysterical sobbing. arranged, then, to go to tea with bere, and the girls and I look for- T.J C Geer, London Jones, his x mark,
And ;in fact the return of Mr. Mrs. Gore. It ,vas so long ago that ward to our annual fortnight thereas John Holland, his x: mark, Amos Denetield, A Full Line of Elegant Laee and Mull Fichus,
Tony Conover his mark Tobias Jones
x ,
Gore with the news that the whole afternoon tea was just established! and one of the very pleasantest in his x mark, Samuel Jones, his x mark, HIv CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS.

house had been ransacked from attic, people still dined at 7, and 7:30 was our round of visits."-Temple Bar. Thompson, his x mark,'Hamp Jones hisx

to cellar without 'even a trace of an considered late., I was putting on my mark. J D Higginbotham, J W Sheffield, Linen Collars and Kid Gloies,
Mack Rollins, Sherrard General HoraceH
open doer or window. added to my things to go, when a message was LUCY COTTAGE Braddock, Jacob Pendarvis, his x mark, .

discomposure, and it only required his! brought to me that some one wishedto Seventh, near Egmont Hotel, Allan Ogilvie, W J Thompson. J H Sauls, All of the Latest Styles.

expressed condolence and hiswife's see me on business immediately.Guess Owen Jones Burney B Bryant Moses
FERN ANDINA. FLORIDA. Chapman, Win Crain, his x mark E G ,
thinly veiled contempt to render ray surprise on finding thedrawingroom Stewart. James A Braddock, his x mark.

my collapse complete. I felt that to in. the possession of a. Offers pleasant rooms, well furnished, withor James 0 Burney, 1m .x mark John Williams Hoop Skirts and Ladies'! Underwear.f .
spend the rest of the night by myself serious-looking lady in the uniform of without board. Table Boarders will be his x mark, W B Boothe, James H
Jones, James T Allbritton, C K Buford. J
accommodated also transient.
was a simple impossibility. Aided by ti. hospital sister.: I ; :N,Higginbotham', Mesheck Burney, his x '
2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.In +{
There must be mistake I mark H C H -+ +i II II II 1 1 'I 4 i II I ; !II 1 !II! 1-4-,
Mr Gore's strong arm I took refuge some i .-- Johnson Thompson, Moses + '
with Pinfold, and in her room, with said. My friend with whom I am 1 the Circuit Court, Lang, D C Crews, his x mark. J K Crews, SUMMER GAMES. |
his x mark, Jacob Young his mark
x ,
both doors locked and a perfect blazeof staying is not at home, but if you, i FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,. NASSAU Enethy Sauls, his x mark, J W Swarts, I II I I '1 '! > t : : +

candles, we sit; and longed for the could explain the ''occaSIOn of yourvisit : COUNTY, FLORIDA. Neil Thomas his :x mark, Matthew' J All

There \vsis consolation in the to me'- I I DAVID WILSOX and EBEX l britton Charles E Murrhee, John High-
day.: HUNTING, doing business tower, John Williams, his x mark, Henry Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Eats,
the sister
that had also C rt.aililysa.id. gravely.
knowledge pinfold seen as WILSON!: & HUNTING, I Bradley, Sr.. his x mark, Graham Crews,
the apparition, and was prepared to 'I have come from -Crescent at vs. Attachment. his x mark, Henry Bradley. Jr, his mark, MARBLES, KITES, ETC.

bear witness to the truth of my story, I the request of'Mr. Gore. I believe JOHN H. BOYNTON, doing }I cVmount Bond :$3,400.;:1,700.. John Copland his x mark, James R Green,
Johi Blake Win
Thornton, his ,mark. -ALSO-
business under the name \
lunch with Mrs
although, like other excellent you had arranged I Melton A his
many and style of Joiix BOYX Clapp, x mark, Malachi
Grass Hammocks and
people in similar predicaments, it was I i Gore 'to day ? TOX'S Sox.DEFENDANTS.. J Thompson, his x mark, ,Alberty Braddock, Large Express Wagcus.KING'S .

our fate to be disbelieved.:: I Had arranged I I was just.gettingready WILL TAKE NOTICE Esau Choen, his x mark, J B Carroll, W W '
Boothe, B G Dyal, Britt Tilmvn James
there I said. Has of suit in the above
"Of course no amount of argumentsor to go now, BAZAR
Hargo, his x, mark T Thomas, his x .mark, ,
chaff could even induce me to deny she-surely she has not met with any entitled the Circuit'cause Court by,attachment Fourth Judicial issued! Circuit.out of G W Dyal J A McIntosh, W H Wingate,
H J Davis, his x mark Archibald Davis his Cor.,Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.
the testimony of my senses. Besides, accident !1' The sister shook her head. in and for the County of Nassau, and are ,
x-mark, William Johnson his x mark. W C .
We did not know she notified to in said cause on before -
was there not the confirmatory evidenceof thought you appear or
Thornton, his x mark, John Carroll, his x
that half-open drawer in my room ? said. 'Poor Mrs Gore !l' the default first Monday will be in entered April next therein, or judgmentby fail- mark, M M Carroll, 'A Carroll, his x mark, $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT \\\II//\ %
upon B J Carroll,. E L Carson, Grisslie Thomas _
On mind'' Not ill/1 asked frightened at .
one point my was fully ure on the.part of said defendant to plead .
Joseph W Ireland, J J Atkinson, Sr, John Ox. receipt of $: we .. =
kind face. :
and the sad denrhr'to the declarations filed ;
made up, that was, not to stay expression'ofher answer or Nettles, his x mark, D Burnett, his x mark, will sentl you an Elec"i ::::::
another night in the house; and 'Her physisal health has never in iu said May,cause 18t);).on or before H.the J. first BAKER Monday Jerry M'Keen, Abram Woods, his 'x mark. tric Lamp. Burglar -:::: .:::_ ;:::::

neither arguments nor jeers sufficed in been better,' said the sister ; but hermind' Attorney for Plaintiffs. Stephen Cohen, his x mark. J T McCall, A Alarms $1. Call Bells j :', :: '
J Boothe, C B Smith::) Raymond ,Cay, Jacob $1. Electric Gas Lighter -, /'l- -'
shake resolution. Both Joiix A. EDWAUIM.
the least -
to my Goodman, his x mark, David Green, Joh'nBoothe. Telegraph Instru- rf -
my host and hostess employed each Alas it was too true, although at Clerk of the Circuit Court, Joshua: Miller, his x mark, W M mentslledical Batte->55 :
for the ofNassau
In and County Fla. .
method of persuasion in turn, and first, with that,memory of our recog- Fernandina Fla., Dec. 27. 1884: 3mo., Crews, his x mark, Lewis Hall, Neebam vies, &c."In *" .
found each fail. : had been nition of the preceding day so fresh in Turner, F C Higginbotham, J W Keen, A regard to your new Electric Light.
My nerves
!. Higginbotham, A D Carroll, B F Crawford, we think you will be exceedingly I successfulin
too severely shaken and my pride too my mind, I could almost have beenas In the Circuit Court Fourth Ju- Jim Sauls: R W Span, H Lake.Wash Hare, securing its universal: adoption.

sorely hurt to make the thought of a ready to suspect Harry Gore and dicial Circuit, XJISSUH County, ',,r Goodman, his x mark T W McIntosh,J F Yery. truly yours, MIXER: & REDFIELP

prolonged sojourn Manibere Court the sedate lady before me of a con- Florida, In Chancery. Cooner H S Higginbotham, his x mark, W 737 Broadway, N. Y.
LOUIE EUGENIA SUTTON } N Knight, J C Crawford, his x mark, Jury 'I witnessed with much pleasure the tests
for one minute endurable. The Gores, spiracy as Mrs. Gore of mental un- vs.DIVORCE.. 'George, R W Grant D W Large, Thomas of your new Electric Light. I believe you

on the other hand, united in imploringme soundness. You will easily realize DAVID HUNTER SUTTON. J Dana, A C Jones, B F Sanders, his x mark, will find no difficulty in bringing it into
to remain. }\Iy flight reflectedon what a terrible shock this news gaveme MOTION OF TIlE COMPLAINANTby J'R Dyal. his x mark, J C Keen, his x general use. Eastern Man. 'Northwest-!
ON mark, Robert Goodman, Jr, ''Willis Jones, ern Lumberman." HEXRY nJ GIIA\I.
their house,' they said. It would totally unprepared as I was for her counsel, John T. & George W. his x mark, R M Googe, Sutton Harkless, "We take pleasure in stating that the tests

create. $n unpleasant impression among anything of the sort. ,Walker (it being made to of appear the Fourth to my Cir-sat- Jacob Goodman, Sr, his x mark, ,J I Cross, we made of your Electric Light proved perfectly :- ,
isfaction that
their guests.. The servants would not We thought you could not have disabled Judge illness Jackson Dukes, his x mark. James W, Hig- satisfactory. You 'will have a large
cuit of Florida is by to attend -
ginbotham, J D Higginbotham, E T John- and ready sale. Yours truly,
stay, (already two or three of them known,' repeated the sister, 'for you to the duties of his office), and, on read son, S W Knight, G W Barber, Earl ,Davis, RICHARDS & Co,
had declared their intention' of leavingand might pass several hours, nay, even; ing and considering : the. Bill and the ,W F Bradley, S B )McGlew.David Williams, 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue N.'."

forfeiting their wages), and all days, in Mrs. Gore's society without affidavit hearing thereto be had attached on the facts it ordered charged in thata 'the J W D R Turner Smith, James Redic Hall R, Thornton William Peterson, The above testimonials explain them-

these misfortunes would be averted if detecting the least symptom of insan- said Bill on the first Monday in May, 1885, his mark, MackJones his, Joseph selves.WE
Jones x x mark WANT A KUM3ER OF LIVE AGEMS.:
only I would consent to pass a few ity, provided certain subjects are not at Chambers.THOMAS J B Lyons, John Brown, his x mark, D1 G. W. FOSTER & CO..
more nights under their roof.' touched upon.' F. KING, Judge. Sparkman R Bryant, his x mark, D L Nor- 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.
January 3d, 1885. 10-3m ton, 'V E Norton, J M Norton, James Cope- ..
But, as you all know, I can be terribly 'And what are these subjects ? I -n --:::
land, J K Carroll, Wm Branch. C B Hall,
decided, and, even though it ventured to ask. 'It all seems so very W L Loyd, A M Powell, J T Gill, A Davis,
should: lead !Ito a positive estrangement sad and strange I can hardly believe FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU W H Bostick, Charles Vance, Henry R

-which in fact it did-I felt .t.' COUNTY. FLORIDA. Stewart, J B Gwynn, J S Carroll, Charles
Floyd, James Davidson, A 0 Green, hisx
that I could )not nerve myself to stay. I dare say you may have no- DEXTER HUNTER, mark. Alexander Harris, Jobn Bryant,

Up to the Jast} moment Mrs. Gore ticed, if you were intimate with Mrs. vs. Green Wimberly. Bailey Smith, JJ Ed-

never ceased pressing me to changemy Gore, her extraordinary fondness of JOHN; H. BOYNTON, ATTACHMENT, mundson, W H Maxwell.We .
Doing business under the 1,063.00. the undersigned, hereby certify that '
mind and last from
at went entreaties jewelry? ri%
the whose in the 4Qh
name and style of John persons names appear a
to absolute rudeness when she "'Ah !' Boynton's Son.SAID foregoing petition, signed the same, or at- r

found she could not gain her point. "She herself owned some very hand- DEFENDANT, JOHN H. BOYN- tached their marks thereto in our presence,

n You will'all readily believe thatit some ornaments, given to her by her doing business as John Boynton's and that used neither in fraud,bribery said nor deceptionwas .
procuring signatures or } 1 Eftq
Son::) will 'hereby take notice of the commencement -
was with a light heart that I heard husband, and you will easily fancy his of the above entitled suit by marks. ,

the gates clash behind me as I took distress when one day these were miss- Attachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth F. C. HIGGINBOTHAM.

leave of 'Manibere Court. Years ing. Every effort was made to trace Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of JAMES JOHN D.W.HIGGINBOTHAM HIGGINBOTHAM.:, \\ t3rL/i3 .,;.

passed befoy I saw it again. The them, but i in vain, and the search had Nassau Florida;' and is notified to appear, ,, ,,'
plead or demur to the declaration filed ;
Gores chosofo,' make my refusal to riska just been allowed to drop when the therein, on or before the first Monday in State of Florida, } > ii4 1 h"I'II

repetition [of the horrors of that interest was suddenly revived. A lady :March next or judgment by default will be County ofAassataOn J ;' :. i 4
this 7th day of November, A. D. 1884, ih'Ii
night the ground; for a quarrel. I staying Manibere last year had a the taken plaintiff herein above on behalf named.R. of. Dexter Hunter, personally appeared before me I. D. IIig in- '

only heard ut second hand that no so- very handsome set of pearls stolen W. DAVIS, botham, to me well known, who being duly !

lution of the mystery had ever been from her bed-room. But you look II. J. BAKER, sworn, deposeth and says, that. each and I !;I
mark affixed to ,the abo"epetition.
arrived at, and I did receive one formal quite pale. I am afraid this sudden Attorneys for Plaintiff. every name, was or the act and deed of the party 'I:'! : ': ; t rr:> ';\r. '

note ft'omIr.. Gore, hoping that I news has made you ilL"Vithin _Fernandina. -, --, Fla., Nov. 23, 1884. l-3m purporting to have signed the same, and P'N 0' S' '): '1 e;.rt tffi:( tj .

would not mention my adventure in '" \ a fortnight,' continued the In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial 'presence that said of signatures at least two were creditable signed witnesses in the, r- S'Ci: 'W '

society as a rumor of it had already sister there letter from, Lon- Circuit in and for the
came a a and that there was no fraud, bribery or deception 3Ceiu (JrleDn.s.: lIt
frightened several people from coming don jeweler: to say that the jewels County or Nassau Florida, in procuring said signatures or '

to stay with them." (which\ had been fully described in Josiah 'H. Prescott 1| marks of said persons, whose names appear Opening, December 1,1834: Closing May 31.1885 .',': ;
signed to the foregoing petition. ---' ;
# # vs. | notice of
several of the London '
t John H. Boynton doing bus-{ Attachment.
Venables'voice stopped. been offered to him for sale by Mrs. iness under the name and j Amount Subscribed and sworn 'to before me this United States Government. .J!

"bli., thanks so much!l" from every- Gore. Strange to say, the ornamentsonce style of ;John Boynton's]I Sworn to 7th day of November, A. D. 1884.CllAS.H...BERG, I

bod}-. in her possession, the extraordi- Son. $1,000. Notary Public. I

'But' ova, that quite the end ; did nary cunning of insanity seemed to THE above named defendant John H. $1,300,000, i
,of the City of New York, do- .In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
youreally; nsver hear anything more? have deserted her. When taxed with ing business under the name and style of Circuit Nassau County. Fla. Appropriated by the General (tuverinnent. I !
";'That was the end of my adven- her conduct by her grief-stricken husband John Boynton's Son,'is hereby notified to Lettie:Millervs. t
ture. I thought you wanted to heara she made no attempt to deny,it. enter his appearance'' in and to the above en Notice of $500,000, Ii j f
titled attachment'suit suit commenced ,
against John H. doing bus attachment.Amount
ghost and a ghost withan Nor did the remonstrances and Boynton, Contributed bv the Cili/en-: of :S'ew Orleiic ij!
: story, story even him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott, iness under the name and
jxplanuiion is no better than one tears of her heart-brokeu: parents suc- Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in style of John Boynton's sworn to$-tOO $200,000 ;;

of these conjurors who says he will ceed in awakening in her the slightestsense January, 1885 and to plead or demur to the Son. J III
declaration filed therein on or before the above named defendant, John H. Appropriated by Mexico.Appropriated ,
show how all his tricks done- of shame for what in her irre-
you are first in 1885 THE of New York do-
Monday February, or judgmentwill of the City ;
which, by the: way, he takes very goodcare sponsible condition it would'be absurdto be entered against him bv default. ing business under the name and style of $100,000, I'!It!

n'evertodo." call a crime.' ,H. J: BAKER, John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to l hv the St.ite of L""I.II':1\f:
Attorney for Plaintiff above suit.J. enter his appearance in and to the above l
There was an explanation, then ? I Well, there is little more to say. A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. entitled attachment suit commenced against $100.000, ;.

from: one of the young ladies. Oh, I Poor Mrs. Gore, when I did go to see Fernandina, Fla., September G, 1884-3m 'him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff or before Appropriated I>r the City ,of New Ort!=lIn'. :".
do tell us 1 11: I am so nervous I shall her, exhibited no traces of mental the first Monday in January, 1885, and to '
nev r-.sleep to-night." alienation in her manner. Always Sheriff's Sale. plead or demur to the declaration filed in From $5000 to $25,000, :,'
said before the first Monday in
It was more than'n.. year afterward restless and impulsive, unless I had I UNDER and by,virtue of a decree of fore-' February.cause 1885 on ,or or judgment by'default will I Appropriated and IM l'orti.rn Inninrr"Cunlrie3.l.ilc, l.'itie" .,'
of issued out of the
resumes Mrs.: Yenaoles that been warned -it her mortgage be entered -
to expect natural Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Nas- against you. :; ;
.. the Union ''P'fsft\ted.
J. 1 E State and Territory i
I was; staying; at Brighton, when I excitability would not have attractedmy sau county, in a suit determined wherein for Plaintiff.11. in above suit.J. ry and nearv,:.the Ceanii.g Nations and 'J

caught a glimpse of a face I knew in particular attention. And I need Warren F.Scott is Plaintiff and Moses Rob .l\..'EDWARDS Attorney: Clerk Circuit Court. I Countn+esoi-tr.r V'(;ne. ,.,::

:\ carnage :}t a shop; 'door. At once I not tell you that avoided with spe- inson will sell Defendant at public, I auction have levied in front upon of and the Fernandina, Fla.'.September 6. 1854.Mt The Biggest Exhibit! .the nest:: DulWIngand the ,:

recognized the dark eyes and brilliant cial care the subject of conversation court house, in the city of Fernandina. on I Biggest Imustrtai Event in the .,iWo ;=
complexion: Mrs. Gore, and I doubted calculated to" bring on the fearful paroxysms :- the first Monday in February, A. D. 1885 I ;&:s.nio>> ;,
being the second day ofsaid month, all the PATENTS I APPUCATIOX" ."f. i: ;.'.,. : '.- :'1""'" ': : I"H' .
whether I should be the first to make of excitement from which she ... "
right, title and interest of the said Moses CQVEK3I4'1> 3PY. Y.I'" ':rti4. .!'.\\lllJiU', .
the :advance toward closing our silly occasionally suffered. Robinson in and to the following described I M j"" .to net u"S.elicitors for Talents Caveat Trade Ot M'SV.,:0:.I..'-r- :'n.",,; .'"Hi'i:t..rd.b :.'.\..\: -'. A t i

quarrel. While I was hesitating she "'As to any connection between premises, to-wit: Lot three((3)), Section'six: (6)) \1"f..C"prr;_ht'. for the United State. Canada. -. ,
my C "n:,. l'r.i.- Township two ((2)), North of Range Twentyeight .. .,.
saw -the and at Manibere ? ". :T ...r'- -" 'exn'ncnce.r : ctvreu fur tiw
to great surprise experiences and lIrs.Gore's :; Ib' I : n T'-a' : the nun I- "f I'-ttJ'r..tunt ,
my poor ((28)) East, containing one hundredacres .. '<-...-.if- u ",o t;;N.CO.t'r*>tIcfd ,'r'' i, :,. '.' :,',:,;.,,:,;' l'iI .1
greeted me without a trace of coolness illness, you can all draw your more or less. '. r'*-- ,' ,'i ..Tc A.>;..nt. '.\ .. t.. ,..l.-iu'f.. f:*-...t.sintlt I peOn For: inioriii.itjm. .u r.'tcc';. -. !.I
.' .'katt'n': tt f..i..'.1' flap *r. :i':vfa.rear. I f nt ,Y... ,' '. .
K. V :
and in her old gushing manner. own conclusions. I have my own Terms. cash, purchaser paying for title.J. ?; .' :: i" v -'4\ tl l".f..".-i -.!' '"- / turner.VF:, l t 10'Ci G F:. ,
..-w'- .' Director : ;. i
"So glad to see you," she said,. opinion, of course, but as some of us A. ELLERMANN, y-. ." ,-r-': ". ;'<''- ..Ihl.' ..t"I. : ( ,.: ,-..,P.tr tc:. I' ,.'; '' .'',r,.. .,r' .' ;' :,l
Sheriff.Xassau .. '
county. .. ... . __ I
.t..i.C .N t'r'.r.21 H- ':; : ; Ne ;: 1 '
seizing my:hand and, holding it as if are believers in the supernatural and Fernandina, Fla., January 3, 1884 : .:==- : ;:'J iIi
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: : :,ii THE, 'FLORIDA-, MIRROR : JANUARY. 31,. 18 5.". : :.

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THE :FLORIDA MIRROR. whole system now Operating nearly j I, TUK RELATION OF THE STATE TO being occupied ,by y industrious settlers Standing Committees or the Flori:;

600 miles." : THE RAILROADS.We and thrift and energy are changing -.. Legislature

'GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. This much we have felt it due 'to see it repeatedly stated that rapidly'-the face of the country. On Judiciary-Mr.SENATE
Mallory, .
Subscription..,.., \ 82 per year; six months 81. the railroad company to say. It does the State has built all the railroadsin I I The high and rolling pine lands Messrs., Cooper Br"'sun ChairmanMcKmn all d.Stnphn .

,,' -. not strengthen 'an argument to omit the State, and that, therefore, the about Archer and Arredondo are On Education-Mr. Grill.
Office *
corn Centre and First streets,second floor. Chairman-
1.,. 1 facts, or deal in general denuncia- Legislature should take them in hand already being occupied and improvedby Messrs.Baker. Orman, Roberts, McKinne and
'1 R4TES OF ADVERTISING. and regulate them a hardy and intelligent,class of On Finance and Taxation-Mr. Crill
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for tion.We Chairman ;Messrs Gaskins. 1'
.the railroad By the original internal imprpve- McKinne i H
each subsequent insertion. hope companywill settlers. We are informed that some kins and Stripling an.

,Special local notices, 15 cents a line. go on with new iron and new ment act the State agreed,to 'guarantee -' fifty or'more Canadian settlers have On Chums-Ir. Speer,Chairman M .

Special Rf-adln1iDtices rate:: for time,25 cents advertisements a line. upon application rails on all the old portion of the the payment of_ the interest only bought lands around Arredondo, and Lesley On State, Gaskins Boundaries, Burnam-Mr and, Chandlerrs.Neal rfnr; .

at the office. line, and bring the road up to the on the bonds' which might be issuedto at Archer a colony composed of and man baramis.; Messrs. Roberts, Cooper, ifonntein

Communfcatlons requirements of a first-class road. procure iron for the roads. The, Quakers and others from Iowa and On Commerce and Navigation-:Mr Mallory \ !
all matters of local interest *
soliciteilfrom all upon parts of the county and from I We shall not fail to censure when we State never made any direct appropriation Indiana have come, in,and are plant- ker and, Chairman Hankins.; Messrs.Lesley, OrniatTlJa.

along the lines of Florida railways.All deem censure justly due, but we do for the construction of ,any ing out groves. ,Archer has improved On Immigration-Mr., Chairman: '

should communications be addressed to intended the Editor for; all publication business not believe in censuring those who of the roads before the war. [The very greatly within the past five Messrs.ler. Jones 'Crill, Stripling and Chand'-:

letters simply i to THE FLORIDA MIBBOE.SATVJIDAY are doing' their best, as we believe United States gave right of way and years, and is now one of the most Messrs.On Agriculture-Mr., L Meet
JANUARY' 81, 1SS5. the officers of the Florida Railway alternate sections for a distance of important shipping ,points on the On Public Printing-Mr Ga kin Chairman -
& six miles on each side of the con- ; Messrs. Mallory, McKmne. Landrum
Navigation Company are doing. railroad to Cedar Key. Two hand- and Proctor.On .

FAIR. PLAY TO THE RAILROADS. The present prosperity of Floridais structed road, which amounts to some churches and an excellent Enrolled Bills-Mr. Hendricks Chair-

The Tirnes-Union, in its issues of the :mainly due' to the extension of 3,840 acres per mile. From the char- school building ,have been recently Martin.On man ; .Messrs. Cooper, Lee, Hankins and

24th and 25th of makes railroad The acter of the immediately on Corporations-Mr. Delano,
January, a our system. railroads country erected, and a large number of hand Chairman
Messrs. MeKmne Hankins
severe: attack on the Florida Railway absolutely necessary to us, and the line of the railroad between Fer- some residences. The population is Sam mis.Oh : Landrum and'i

fe Navigation, Company's line of rail- every lawful aid should be given to nandina and ,Cedar Key, it will be a moral and 'temperate one: The McKinne City,Chairman and County; Messrs.Organization Crill, Mallory,

T l>gd.! Just why this severe philippic them. seen that this was not a very available drinking shops have out and Mountien and Martin.
_, u_____ _____ ___ gone On Militia-Mr.Orman Chairman
ssibuld i have been now made is not TIlE NEW ORLEANS EXPOSITION source of income to the road, and, enterprise and intelligence have come Neel, Williams, Cottrell anc1I'roctot Messrs

$, f-evid(nt., There have been acci- in fact, contributed very little to its in. The lands are rolling, and seem, On Legislative Expenses-Mr. Roberts,
The is
Exposition now complete, Chairman; Messrs. Lesley, Gaskins, Delano
dci t ts and,. detentions on their por- and probably ,in its best condition.The construction. After over thirty years'possession to produce well. The timber large, and Sammis.On .
iioin of the line between Jackson- of the'lands the road has and the ground is free from undergrowth Indian Affairs-Mr. Williams, Chair-
man Messrs. Whidden,
undertaking was a largeone ; Lesley, Moantien
! "vilje and Chattahoechee, just as there until now remained in possession, of : rendering it to be and Burnam.On .
very easy
to be carried out
by a single cityin and Elections
Privileges -Mr.
JJ.a'ye been accidents and detentions 300,000 although they Lesley,
some acres, into
a comparatively sparsely settled brought cultivation. A "Quaker Chairman ; Messrs. Orman, Cooper, Sheppard -
Ion the Savannah, Florida & Western have always been on the market at Orange Company of which the suc- and Cole.
: region. There has been not a little On Appropriations McKinne Chair-
j : and other roads. The remedy ,of depressing criticism and gossip in very low prices. The defaulted in- cessful horticulturist, Mr. W. B. Lip- man; Messrs.Delano, Gaskins,Hankins and

I i suggested;, ,,that a receiver be appoint- reference to its financial difficulties terest on the bonds was, 'on its face, sey, is the president, is engaged in Chandler.On Fisheries. -Mr. ..Cottrell Chairman;

.ed'jis:;; a curious suggestion. Receiverships less than five hundred thousand dol- setting out groves and, bringing in Messrs.Orman, Cooper,Sheppard and Baker.
; which better had been left unsaid.
On State Affairs-Mr. Whidden
,1 have been, the bane of all lars, compounded and increased fo a settlers who will 'no doubt do well
i We hope now that the attendance mna; Messrs. Lesley, Jones; Hankins and
1 :railroads.. The condition of the rail- much larger; slim To..pay 'off this in this section. -; Stripling.
will increase and the attract
Exposition On Railroads'and Telegraphs Mr. Cooper -
Toad to hattahoochee has been guarantee the State has sold one mil-
gen- the attention it deserves.We Chairman : Messrs. Speer, Orman,Whid
erqlly attributed to the period of re- lion of acres, at twenty-five cents per OCALA. den and Baker.
meet many persons from the On Public Lands-Mr. Jones, Chairman;
i acre, of swamp lands donated to the ITS IMPROVED APPEARANCE SINCE THE Messrs. Williams, Crill, Mountien and Bur-
ownersliip Northwest who have come to Floridavia
.' State. So that really the State has FIRE. nam.
New Orleans and who ASSEMBLY.
; t very
road in the hands of never incurred one cent of indebtedness OCALA 28 1885.
n ;place a a receiver highly of the present appearance of January On Judiciary-Mr. Young. Chairman;
r, would be jumping from the payable by taxation, on account The value of a good cleaning up I Messrs. Crawford, Perkins, Walker, Jr.,
the great Exposition, and !of the arrangements I Palmer Perrenot;:Miller Marion and Ow-
;., frying-pan into the fire. It is suggested of the railroads. Some coun- of a town'by fire exemplified in the ens of Gadsden.On .
for the comfort and en-
,. that this be done by the Legislature ties and towns bonded themselvesfor improved appearance Ocala. There Finance and Taxation-Mr. Hicks,
tertainment of visitors.It Chairman; Messrs. Cone.Head Snow,Lyle,
,,and we presume, of course, the building of the railroad from i are usually in every town which Grady White, Byrne and Weeks.
is, of course, at a great disad- On Commerce and Navigation Mr.Ewan
that the road is then to be run by vantage in its location comparedwith Jacksonville to Chattahoochee, and arrives at any degree of importancethree Chairman ; Messrs. Bryant. Niblack.

f the State. The power of the Legislature Philadelphia or other great the State has given them the remain- stages of growth. The pioneer, Figueredo Nassau.On Monroe Tate and Wilkinson of

_. to sequestrate private property centre of population in any regard to the der of the internal improvementlands. or shanty period, when rough sheds, Railroads and Canals-Mr Crawford,

-does not seem to be a matter of doubt The railroads, within the balloon frames and heterogeneous Chairman ; Messrs. Kirk. Niblack, White,
number who can be expected to at- Rush, Yonge, Himes, Gudenrath and Wil-
b i 'with the Times-Union. I. limitation of their charters, are as structures are erected. This is followed kerson. of:Marion., '
.tend-the mere sight seers who go. On Corporations Palmer Chairman
' The whole idea, of course, when because else and who much private property and corpora- by the wooden stage of one Messrs. McLean, Adams, Owens of Duval,;

i tested by the simplest principles, of I everyone' ,goes, tions as cottonjnills, lumber compa- and two-story business houses, usual- Perrenot, Owens of Gadsden and Forrest.On .
swell the number, but'not' the bene- Public Printing-Mr. Grady, Chair
y,. l'1.wand right, is crude, impracticable ficial'results of:an exposition.The nies, etc.; and it is as well that this ly of the same pattern and exceed- man; Messrs. E wan. McLean. Robinson of
baseless. fact should be known whatever the ingly unattractive Jackson, McLeod, Emmons, Osgood, Byrd.
and gradually degen-
New: Orleans Exposition will On Engrossed Bills-Mr. Adams, Chair-
4 ..w The facts that this railroad has effect or bearing may be. erating under the influence of wind, man ; Messrs. Ash more. Miller of Washington -
are be visited by a much more select Robinson of Wilkinson, Jr.,
__n_____ _________ sun and weather, paint and putty Duval Orange
been aided to a far less Degree than and appreciative class of people. It Gibbs of Lyle.
On Enrolled Bills-Mr. McLeod, Chair-
DYNAMITING.Of departing. Then comes destruc-
i others more recently constructed by will illustrate the industries of a peo- man ; :Messrs. Quincy, Snider Gibbs of Jef-

'M land grants. The grant to this system ple and, of a section comparatively all crimes train wrecking and tive conflagration, which in an hour ferson, :Middleton, Taylor,McCaslin.On .
State Institutions-:Mr. Tumblin,
1'I wasnot: by the State at all, but unfamiliar. It will exhibit to a dynamite explosions may be countedthe wipes out all these inflammable Chairman ; Messrs. Brewer, Chaires. Croft
U l,. worst. The assassin takes but a structures, enhancing the value of Powell, Peeples,James.Robinson of Nassau.
the United States and of
by only
the material
greater degree raw the On Public Lands-Mr. Kirk, Chairman ;
}>' alternate sections, amounting to less natural products of the country the single life from motives of robbery or the naked lot beyond what it was Messrs. Kelly, Richards Owen of Duval,
Rt with its old Altman Taylor. Frazier, Hicks.
it. A
the train wrecker building
t: than 4,000 acres per mile. The accumulated staple crops, the foundations of do- revenge; jeopar- upon On \Iilitia-\r.Head,Chairman; Messrs
s interest of the bonds was mestic industry.Out dizes the lives of hundreds to carry reasonable amount of insurance affords Solomon,Monroe,McLean,Brack,Emmons.
Gibbs of Jefferson, James.
thJ! result largely of the war. of the hundreds of thousandswho out some idea of revenge on a. rail- cash, capital for the work of On Privileges and Elections-Mr. Over-

i The courts have decreed that the visit these road company orjperhaps, some'em- reconstruction, architects plan sub- street Chairman ; Messrs. Chaires Ewan.
great exhibitions, Walker, Jr., Bryant Palmer, Owens of
/ ., : ploye. He has "perhaps been put stantial brick buildings arid mer, Gadsden and Gibbs of Duval.
. present owners are the rightful,own- there, are but comparatively few to ,

j.j."Y fl' ers: of the road. whom it is anything but a, great off'a train, or sustained some injuryto chants and real estate men vie with Messrs.On Education-Mr.Tate, Herndon, Quincy Cone, Perkins Chairman, Rob-;
lost his and each other in the style and inson of Owen of Duval and Alex-
jThe Transit road has never been show, confusing by its variety and his property, or place, appear-I ander. Orange,

4 i :In the hands of a receiver, and has ,extent and too extensive for close he proceeds in the most cowardly ance of their business houses. Anew On Public Roads and Highways-Mr.
t ..1 / is and the Robinson of Jackson, Chairman Messrs.
manner to plan the derailing of a impetus given, town ;
*! -been subjected to fewer accidents '
, examination and analysis. But to Kelly, Ashmore, Wetmore, Robinson of
s -during the past twenty years, we those who visit it for informationand train without regard to the conse- makes a marked advance. The advantages Orange Clinton and Croft.

;f; ivnl 'venture to say, than, any other rail-' instruction, who desire to study quences to the innocent. The dyna- of good hotels is appreci- Chairman On Legislative; Messrs.Expenses Snow, Robinson Mr. Bryant.of

road in the South or North. The carefully the resources and the pro- miter seems to act upon the same ated, and the brick age becomes a good Orange and, Wetrnore Niblack.On ., Green, Middleton, Os-

MS old Pensacola & Georgia Railroad ductions of a country, the benefits of principle of revenge.: permanent mark of assured success Claims-Mr.Byrne Chairman ; Messrs.
The recent explosions in London and prosperity. Ocala, with its very Herndon, Croft, Robinson of Nassau, Millerof
for in the hands of ,
was some years such an Exposition are, incalculable.The Gadsden, Peeples and Wilkerson of Ma
,,, -.a receiver, and came into the hands fact of such an Exposition by whosoever planned or executed, large, new Ocala House, and its rion. .
blocks of fine brick On City and County Oroanizatien-l\Ir.
tf the present company only about being possible a great fact in itself, have aroused a universal feeling of buildings pre- Owens of Gadsden, Chairman ; Messrs. Mc

two years since. Captain Maxwell, and marks an era in the progress and horror. The sympathy for Irish sent s a great contrast to the old rest Leod and, Carter Sneed., Snider, Yonge, Tumblin, For-

} the Superintendent, has been known prosperity of the country. wrongs, to whatever extent, it may Ocala. A neat and suitable courthouse -' On Agriculture Mr. Chaires', Chairman ;

i exist is crushed out in the ,not kept over cleanly, graces Messrs. Powell, for'many years as an energetic and presence Brewer Altman and McCaslin.On .
'i faithful superintendent of the Tran- RAIDING RAILROADS. of such ,means of warfare. It is a the public square. The ,handsome Immigration-Mr. Green, Chairman ;

jsit Roadl: Since he has been in charge The Legislature can devote their war not against England but againstthe brick Baptist Church shows the ad- :Messrs.ards McLean Overstreet and,Frazier.On McLeod.,Figueredo,Rich-

i()the- other division 32 miles of new time to much better purpose than in human race, and those who plan, vanced ideas of that body, and the Indian Affairs-Mr. Kelly, Chairman Perkins.;
6 :Messrs. Black. Ewan, Smythe,
rails have been put down, the iron the utterly useless attempt to legis- abet or justify such movements can- taste shown in :many private 'residences -. Bryant and Wilkinson of Nassau.On .

t for 7 more is now here unloading late on the bad condition of the rail- not fail to see that no'more powerful marks,the. general feeling of Messrs.Post Brewer Routes, Miller Mr. of Himes Washington.Chairman Os-;

S and being sent forward, and there is roads. Mr. Tweed's celebrated ques- means could be used to alienate the assured prosperity in the commu- good, Middleton,' Solomon and Byrd.
Gudenrath Chairman -
: now afloat for this port still 8 miles tion, "Well, what are you going to do sympathies of mankind from Ireland nity.Towns On;Appropriations-Mr.Messrs. Ashmore, Perrenot, Wetmore, ,

1 more for that division. One hundred about it?" comes up. A Legislature than the belief that these explosionswere are like individuals, good White.Herndon, Rush and Tate.
On Fisheries-Mr. Solomon, Chairman;
I thousand cross-ties have been has no supreme authority to mend planned in the interest of the dress begets,self-respect and inducesthe Messrs. Grady, Robinson of Jackson, Robinson -

I laid down on that division in 1884 the railroads, or to capture and run Irish people. The friends of :Ire- respect of others. Examplefinds ington.On of.Nassau, McLean, Adams and Wash

alone and there have been added them. We would all like to have land should themselves promptly denounce followers. One good buildingsets Public ,Health-Mr.Snow Chairman ;
railroads in order with first- this warfare in the an example for others and the Messsrs. Overstreet, Solomon, Powell and
i to the;rqlling stock 10 new engines, our good dynamite Figueredo.

7 new coaches, 2 baggage cars, 250 class equipments, steel rails, fish most unqualified terms, as a crime good taste displayed by one will be Special Standing Committee on Temperance Himes.
Mr.Carter.Chairman Messrs.
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i iI I l>,ox cars and 302 flat cars. jointed, and trains run with clockwork against humanity a.crime againstthe followed by others. The Daily Item, Wilkinson, Jr., of Santa Rosa; Ashmore and

:, Several' accidents, have occurred' regularity; but the Legislature cause which it is supposed to 'a lively morning paper, is publishedby James. _

through the placing of obstructions has no power over the subject, and support.THE. T. W. Harris, and deserves to be Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.

the track and some through the the attempt to legislate pointlesslyonly well supported by the Ocala people. Tracts containing twenty acres each of
on: COUNTRY SETTLING. choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake
carelessness or inattention of em- wastes time, and invites criti- The interior of our State shows a In another column we publish a description suitable for orange growing and truck farm-

ployes. cism upon this child's play. healthy progress in population and taken from the Washington Star, of 'ing,very are now conveniently offered for situated sale. for These transportation landsare -

;, The southern division, of the road general improvement. The long in- the residence of the Hon.D.L.Yulee,which by water or rail, and will be sold on
The steamer Florida has been withdrawnfrom has been erected at Washington during the terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-
; lias been extended from Ocala south the Sea Island Route. She will probably tervals of unoccupied land which past year.. It will prove interest to tionable. Also valuable timber lands in

j: f AVitlilacoochee. arid Tavares, the I be put upon the St. Johns river. separated. .a sparse population are of....our.,..,.-. readers. many I large. February bodies.16, 1882,G.R., Fernandina FAIRBANKS,FJa.

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Latest Styles in i We have received our stock pST-GENTLEMEN'

GRAND FALL OPENINGOF ; : .. ,Fall Dress Goods, FALL CLOTHING, Furnishing Goodsin f

SILKS,.CASHMERES, ':Men's, Boys',Youth's.An .
all the
MARY MORGAN, Brocades, Alpacas Velvets, elegant line. Also the

Velveteens, etc. Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.We .

LEYES'{FERNANDINA'.( and Friday EVERY evening 1I0N-:;;, llISSS Goods Silks
Great A fine '
Thursday : JJIAUJ LJJ.LUJ.UUI BargainsIN assortment of I II I are Special Agents for:
LEAVES and ;::) SAVANNAH mornings., foot of Lincoln BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassimeres, I BBOWNIKG, SING & co., '

street,every Sunday,Tuesday and Thursday FANCY GOODS WHITE GOODS etc. of New York, l ls
Linen Towels '
evenings, ,arriving at Fernandjna every Monday ,Toweling, BOOTS, SHOES,
,Wednesday and Friday morning. And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.
passengers: North-bound connect at Savannah TRUNKS AND VALISES,

South-hound with Hail Passengers and Steamship reaching Lines Savannahby ; and v BLANKETS I| AND I HOUSE-FURNISHING | GOODS| Goods.A Battings; Rugs, Oil Cloths, Suits made Fit Guaranteed.S1'ECIAL to: order.and a

Rail or the Ocean Steamship Companyfrom large line of
New York and Boston, or Boston & Fancy Goods and Notions,
Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) 35-Underwearfrom ,- : ORDERS

Morgan with the for Florida Railway &Navigation Low-Priced to Fine Hosiery Gloves, Filled in New York

ALL Company POINTS IN FLORIDA, Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO Goods at Low Prices. AT.. BOTTOM PRICES. BY OUR RESIDENT BUYER. i



tickets apply to Leve & Alden agen-
cies,or any regular ticket agent.F. Gents' Goods I Northeast corner: Centre and Third Sts., tl a
W. SIMMONS, Agent, Furnishing ;
Fernandina, Fla. I NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. j-jFERNANDINA; ; FLA. : i
C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't
Savannah Ga. -
Gen. Pa{s. &Ticket Agent, a
| Fernandina, Fla.
General Superintendent, MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE E: ;, ,
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.:From $5! :to$10 per:M ft., -BY-
according to quality.
; $12 to$20 per:M.feet. PAUL FUNKE

Orders Telephone promptly attended to
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WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE.. t. z_ = aa'
Steam Saw and Planing Mill.
Office foot Centre Street. 8



Fla., the authorized CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1G80 TONS.
Agents to contract for the sale of their STATE OF TEXAS, 1, $42 'TONteJ.

wishing to purchase! will get all in- Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the t*' 1
formation as i-egards prices from them. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK
Samples of different qualities and stylescan Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur-
be seen:at the office of
'. MODE BRO'S, chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low of the above STEAMERS sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
26 Fernandina.ShotHP ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- t
; sonville,Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. It
Sale. FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION.We This Line having no Transfers between Fernandina and New a
and by virtue of an execution the
out of the Circuit Court Fourth
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ,
Judicial Circuit, in'and for Nassau County, '
The offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
in traveling public are
a suit in said Court determined wherein have endeavored to select the
P. I. Courier is plaintiff and Clarence N.
Brewster defendant connections at FERNANDINA with.FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL
and George
nishee. I have levied: and Henry will sell gar-at ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
public auction in front upon of the Courthousein Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
the city of Fernandina: on Monday, the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
2nd of
day ,
February A.D.1885,all the right, '
title and interest which LAKE WEIR.
the 27th day of May, 1882 George or at Henry any time hadon and all. we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves, and see the THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

thereafter in and to Lot one ((1)),Section four- freight,passage rates,and schedules,or further information,apply to
teen ((14)),Township two ((2)), North Range
twenty-eight((28)) East containing fiftyfouracres. R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, ,

Terms. cash purchaser paying for title.J. IMMENSE Ji((I\\\I BARGAINS4 C. H. MALLORY & CO., FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
A. ELLERMANN Sheriff. Pier 20 East River.New York. 51- 6 '
Fernandinai Fla.,January 3, 1885. ,4
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to be had in Fernandina at the establishment ofr, -



Uombl ed Oranre Box and fifcUcto Machine
Eacle Gin, saw Mill. Planer, Beuw. Aoa)1
) for Cntftlnrae and Prices before bnytng.RAKDLE&DUBANMACH'YCO. -IN- i Ht

for Caulogu*and mention this )
paper. ,* *

For ALL Sale LATE at Manufacturers'IMPROVED 'MAKES PricesALSO Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths. ... FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .

of every description, and PURE AOT OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
H'IIA I V HU NTS for any Sewing Machine, I

---- 1,_ for sale. 100 .:PIECES: : 1lA.r'rIJSr: : ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

prices. Old Machines" repaired at moderate WHICH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. AND COFFEES =- < .



IS' and Mortgage Deeds. ,
JJ Sample sent upon receipt of 2-cent GOODS Received by Every

stamp. Address .. .- ,
20 !j FLORIDA :MIRROR. .! ,' :,;,;, Centre Sts.. FEKXANDINA, FLA.
:1 1 Fernandina, Fla. Cora Second and .. ,
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",. : 'tlEXJBRAIi: 1HUECTOISY. BAKER COUNTY. ( 'Atstsstor lares J. C. Matthews'. -
) ra"t' "" : of : LIBERTY. ; ; IIOLME. i,

"r,.. United States- Officers.LAND County Judge-R. D.. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor. of RtteiweP.. Trantham-. ; County Judge-::-"M. J.Solomons.. .' ., County Judge-.\.'H. Browntll
; Ocala.
Jf Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Clerk-W. W. Jeter. C/erk-T. 11. Pitman

: OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.Rfyister SJieriff -V. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent" of ScLools-)1. I,. Paine, Sheriff l'. F. Hosford. .. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
Assessor Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb Fort McCoy. >I. c.. ......
-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. of San- Treas'/lrer-J. E. Roberts. : Treasurer ;Daniel D. Gillis..
: Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. MONUOE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Thos. P.filmier. i I. Collector of Iet'enlle-Williarn

S+Fri'eyor-General-blalachI Martin. Talla- Collector ofRet'clUte-J.:. 11. Herndon, San County Judge--Chas. S. Baron Key '\T est.ClerkPetenT Assessor of Taxes-Win. B. Shuler. ; : Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton Tucker

,:.ha. i'c. derson. ;Knight.Kev West.Sheriff Superintendent of Schools. -Dr..r.H.Jackson. //f: Superintendent t.f! Schaotip Litri
Superintendent Schools Jas. D. Chalker l i. -
of Demerritt aWASHINGTON. .
f, .* DISTRICT COURT. George A. Key West. ESCAMBIA. '
Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes Walter Maloney, Jr., I .
Jtldye-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford.. ,County Judge Wm. 1;Jones
Ifarshal-J..H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk J. E. Skipper
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. of Rh'enue-Iasoq ,S. Moreno,
{).erk-Philip: Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry P. York, Lake Butler. Key'West. Sheriff'Y.II..Hutchinson.TreasurerJ. Sherif -E. P. Melvin

: jo i INTERNAL BJ VENUE.a Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key S. Leonard. Trea.turer-Thomas J. Miller.

C or-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. .- Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Collector if Iet'C1111e-John Roche.
1- Assessor of Taxes-George Reese., Assessor Tuies
I 1 Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. -George W. Cook,
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.Jol Schools N. M. Scarritt.
Superintendent of
Collector Revenue H.
W. Howell Fernandina. of -Bunberry 'Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan Horn.
n '
Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. : CALHOUN.

i Joljtn Edwin F.Higgins House ,St.Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge:"- Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.
; Augustine. Starke.. Sheriff John. A. Ellermann Fernandina. Clerk-D. McLeod.. i I Clerk-James S. Fannin.
b i' I BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Tares-Win. H. Garland, Fer Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. I Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone.
State Officers. County Judge-James A.. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James 1 S.::) Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
!, Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott., Fer- Collector of Ret'enue'V. B. McLeod., Collector of Ret'C1me-Joel P. Atkins
| EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk=A. A. Stewart, ,Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. flush

G4ernor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-I,. W. IIi gin-. Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools-\\". G. Coxwell.I l.

':, Utienant: -Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham. Callahan. I ,

West.Sergetary na. County TreasureeGusta Stark, Fernan -
Collector .Revenue D. W. dina. THE OELEBRATEDWOOTON
of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- of McQuaig.. Bre-
II '
yard County. ORAXGE'COUNTY..
Iaha <
>;ec. -
CoV.ptroller-'V.\ D. Barnes, Tallahassee.7r Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orlando'

; -Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-thus. J. Shine Orlando. DESKS.

J y-General-George( P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine. Orlando. ,

hiassge.' County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Ttir sJame1.. Owens\ Fort SOLID COMFORT
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park.; Reid, Fla.Collector. OFFICEPPLLXCES

Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of-rcnue-.A.. M. Hyer, Sanford. *
Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff: James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. 5 S irePP5? f5MS11

Foster! Tallahassee. .Springs. Superintendent .of Schooh-John T. Becks, 'pI-1d--''y
.itl'utant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort; Reid. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED

Collector of,Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
Superintendent of Schools-R. ,V. Davis r WITH THEM.
A. Robinson, Tallahas- Judge of Prolate-F. Harrison, Palatka.

''ee. Middleburg. fJ/erk-'V. F. Forward> '
C1i" rk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shally.

). Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
' 1 Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph! Price. Xo. 8 Flat Top.
: Jacksonville.
Why Desks
Building! use of
,. SJieriff J. W. Perry,' Lake City.,, Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. -- -- ordinary
c..., SUPREME COURT. >' Assessor of Taxes-A.. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. -: '=:" '::=::::- -. construction when, for slight

; Ch:iff Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. m-t- ,.J, j v '': additional cost you can have
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AtMciatc Justice J. Westcott Tallahassee.
; ,jr., Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-" H. Parker, Perry. "- j t ? the benefit of our Improvements -
: Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver _. : '
> Perry.. ? .Awkward
; -'- :: closets
; Associate Ju.tice-R. B. Van andr.
Valkenburgh .
DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun 'Jj
Perry. _
i: J.\ck;oll\"ll1e. --";;' '-.'.:= -, '- iW;' !; ; }.J, sa led rawers done away with
r ; County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of.Schools-T. J. Faulkner. '' t" ( Tai r !
,. Clerk' -V. IL Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. ... ''l2JWG'inEt.i"Ffil (L : Jr.l;:r: .,I .' r''I' :''Vli':II"V' tJ' 'Ye substitute revolving cases.whic .
t i iI' I : ,' CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton f''Jffi'6': : ll : :; h wIth
Perry. : ; i ; -js'sl; f. :: swing a slight
?<$.. .,1 .. .. : .
first Uriah Bowden Jacksonville. s 11 [J -- :11,1\(: ''Ii' mlt'lj'j '; >!;:\ '
r County Surveyor D. N. Cox '
C'ireuit.-August'us Sheriff {
; E. Maxwell, PenMcola. Perry. (!J -6'; : '" I ;i J!". i!: I ""f. t."V touch of the hand and arethus
"r. ; :-
I 'I."r.1 : '
Assessor Taxes-Daniel P. Jack- Collector 'of Reenue-J. B. ef '" "il' *:' ; 't' ? ,
: of Smith Hardee, Perry. -- i : ft illr. I ?
((1r I 'i7'.<,':n f y.J ,: ; '7- :: '" ,}l fit:';' .,tj l ." r.: enabled to furnish doublerr
: Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville.Collector of ,Revenue-Moses J. Brown Assessor of Taxes-11. L. Henderson. -. ",'. I'r ir I' ... 11""'mjjj I I '!:!! ,..!-"i'I-:" ...i>: .. ,.;] -
SOC.p ': ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. 11Jlli! _. : = N'fr' :;, ;! : _

+ i i Third! Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, 'St. ---#_.. .-..-.......'.'",-.. I..I', '_ -.;..'-:_:_:,>''X'i0. .]*''':,_ _'--,'...:S. -" each side; and when cases are
Fourth! Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine. Augus- -- ;: ? =-:'_:'- open, the whole interior i
; ville. sell Jacksonville. -== --: = -
Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. -= flooded with light and all
f. I Fifth,, Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
r 4 t 'ville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Xo. 11 Low:Dovrii Roll Top. poitions readily reached with

1. 1 Sixth Oircuit-H. L. :Mitchell, Tampa. County Clerk-J.Judge-Henry M. Caldwell, J.Jasper.Stewart, Jasper. Augustine.Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. out change of pO ition. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to

i Sl i nth Circuit-W. Archer Cock< Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. : Collector of Retenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk,as wanted. We apply this principle to a great'Variety of desks.

1 i I '1, Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan,Jasper. St. Augustine. '

:'I I 1.1 r !' onrt nlend ur.' Collector of .Rtlenue'v. II. 'H. 'McLeod.' Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THE OOTON
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine.
k 1! .
: : of Schools-J. W. Reed, 'x
f : Fall Term- SUMTER COUNTY. -
: Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, .-... = c Cabinet Office Secretary.
: Walton, 4th :Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J.
r Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday vill County e. Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks-' Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Lcesburg. i; f..55fM[ r4.11
in October.; Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.
"'I, ; Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. The most spacious and elegant desk
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th. Monday Collector of Rel'enue-Jo eph Hutchinson, -4 ever presented -
in October Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. -4 to the business public. One hundred and
; Jackson; Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks-'
: : 3d Monday after 4th Monday in
4 ville. Superintendent of Schools-A. II. Helven- r ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

; ,October.H,, inbia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. 4 one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants

i This act amended section 2 of act of February ville., SUWANEE.COUNTY. t+s w' ',": = { ,T :, } Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials

1".r !. 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live '- ? .:_,. n t ta',. and Professional Men generally.
; : Spring Term. Fort Dade. Oak.ClerkRobert

1 i :Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Sheriff-John 11. Sessions, Live Oak. ,

tr s ,ti' : Tarlor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk;-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa.Sheriff Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Um&ted,Welborn. Wootou Cabinet Office Secretary.
9 Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions
*T<< : D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. ADDRESS
H : Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher/Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK: \ ,
+t 1 milton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Rt't'enue-'Varren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones

: : S ,\Vanee, 1st Monday after 4th- :Monday Tampa. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.
; in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUXTY.County.TuZgeJarnes .
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter-
in Atml.Lafayette.
i 't,'' Cth Tuesday after 4th :Monday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. I I _
in :April. A. Cone
: Sheriff'V. Enterprise. I
T. B. Simkins Monticello.
S j : ?a i 'k'aI1Tcrm-'; Sheriff Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello., Assessor of .Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen "".. "","/,..-":: ,, \1 .. .
r i 1st Tuesday after 1st in Cove. m
? Taylor, Monday I
Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor t
''p F : Octdber. Monticello. Collector of Ret'entte-P. N. Bryan, Glen ",

!., :, Madison Hamilton, 2d, 4th Mondavin Monday in October.October. ticello.County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon Cove.Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, ;:, : y. ; / ,::, <., ;;>;' .::' 1 V vt M

; Suwannee 1st Monday after 4th I
: Monday.Itt Enterprise. II
Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- '
ticello. ,
:: Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wan- County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville. ,,r,",:' I '1, : t, ;
'1; ; : ::October.yE .
keenah. Sheriff Charles AU igood. Crawfordville.
k ; '! !: \in Lafayette 1 Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat, Rf Walker, Crawfordville.Superintendent THE FLORIDA I
tobert .
W. J. ,Dixon of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
> 'a : j > [ FOURTH CIRCUIT'Spring County Judge- New Troy. Crawfordville.
d ; ; Term- Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY: '
.4 SU John's d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. fordville.County W. Walker, Craw- 'fO'YN

4th in March. Superintendent of Schools=J.C.RamseyNewTroy. ,
4 Clay, Tuesday
; Collectorof Ret'enue-R. C. rc'IilanCraw-]
t f! 4 B.vadford,1st Tuesday in April. ford ville. Fernandina,

j : Joker, 2d Tuesday in April. County- TreUurer-J, M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-H. II. Walker, Craw- .
i Nassau: 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line. Qkthn

,. ,s nh val, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA.
; : FaUt Term- Old Town. And Cedar lie,..
* ; St John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.

;r ; Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
Bradford LEON COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.
p ; 1st Tuesday in October.
: Biker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rnenue-'V. J. Williams. -
i Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. :Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. | l Offers to' Lessees and Purchasers .a large

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

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

i TermS Tallahassee. J. A. Fortrcer. ,11
T'll 7 Spring County Judge-
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
m mter, 3d :Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. {

1 i' Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Rerentu-C.' C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.l\1. Bo wen. City or Suburban Residences, --t'- -__ ., +
i Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in (hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. = rkl
; March. '" Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. Collector of Rerenue-J. D. Filles. '

t Levy 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H.Johnson. ,7 .. UPON'E :.TERMS.; ./ i ysits
1 March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary.

i Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th :Monday in Clerk J.'M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts 'on Values""allowed to
orle. +
J. S. Parker DADE. i O
l March. Sheriff-- Bronson.
54 Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- aI r
Scimter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Revenue B. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner.
Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff-Wai. :M. Mattanr.
rial enterprises, who will_erect on the prop-
{ Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of ScJiools-J.. ,B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan.

Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector ofRel.'enue-"m.; II. Ben est. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
Assessor of Taxes Wm.,H. Benest.
Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY.

: November. County Judge-P.. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. residence, or. in which to conduct their
i County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
: Spring Term- !
I son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore Madison. Clerk Frank business. iGU.f.rLI
i iE
i Orange, 4th Monday in January. (t
: Clerk-John M. 'Madison Andrew Scott.TreasurerJames .
Beggs, Sheriff
: Volusia, 3d Monday in February.. ; INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -, .. f' p" r V R
Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. E. Heam.
Perry, P VrlJ.'l
l Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Madison. Collector of r Revenue-John B. Anderson.I .dfl IN! OUTorOP-DEi? t

1!; ...Fall Dade Term-, 3d :Monday. in April. County ?Treasurer'. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-\\'. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from I C) 1AS No EQU'IrrWHorm ;\ rl J
Collector of Ret'cnue-'ll. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwi in. J
"f Orange 2d Monday in August. Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and ; ff
r f Volusia, 2d Monday in September. '
Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad FRANKLIN.Countg I1uG M '6llr! ,
i ; Brevard. 4th Monday in September. ison. Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns: Apply to t

Dade, 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W. 'LEWIS j HBVYORX

;:'"::'j,: County Judge-Z. 'r. Crawford Manatee: SJteriff S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. j At.JQ> A \\.AN4 I'I'v'cCAG'O
!. t County Officers.ALACHUA. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee., Treasurer-R. H. Porter. !H jar-Office, cor. Beach &7th ss.rfr ILL. M. SS F GA.

"l Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level Collector of Retenne-George A. Patton.,.. FOR SALE BY
Assessor of Taxes F. J. Egbert. '
1 Assessor Taxes W. F. Parrish Braden- -
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- ,
Superintendent C. Hicks.
of Schools-Henry,
!1 dUe.I town. (,. : JAMES JlcGIFFIX,

I Cl.erZ-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. .. .,', !r ... _'- '....... ,. .
; :!;!t... .: ::" <::'\}. /:>, >.. ,L- ,, ,,, ;
"' q BUILDERAlachua
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: &eriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. _. ;i /If'. '- "- ;- AND
_l smor of Ta.xcs-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools':-Felix J. Seward,. Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. :'.':; :' ;' '. -"i.,>::,-: t. ; :.- -COKTRACTOR

; vilfe.Collector. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. Street, between Second and Thin

1 : : of Revenue-H., ,C. Denton, Gainesvil'e' -, MARION COUNTY. 1rea.mrer-A.. Smith. r
: i County Judge -Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala Collector of Rerenue-R.M. Morgan. FERNANDINA, FLA.

''i : ;i Superintendent: of 'hoo'V. N. Sheath, .Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor'of Taxes-Hamilton JJcPhaul.. : fr,!. Orders and estimates from a distance care-

I I- j I Gainesville." 1.. x. ,," ', x. ,'.*, .>.' ',,1*,;1-1', ,II -. ': Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. fully attended.to. 25-tC;

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR :' JANUARY: : 31, 1885., ; ,, .. .- ; 'q a'.r
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Pas. ]1 tit Pas. TALLAHASSEE
..EST. .A.M. P.M. Leave Tallaha ...
: .J\.nLISI.rE 1875. Leave Cedar Key...;...........!.. 7.30 7.30 sae..r 8.00am
J. LOHMAN'S. Leave Rosewood... .............: Arrive"Yakulla..n: 9.05 a m
W. -- 8.02 8.10 Arrive St. Mark's.......................... 9.30am
Leave.Otter Creek..................
8.30 8.55 Leave St. Mark's-........................10.00 a. m
Leave Bronson-......... .:.....
'jI : 9.12 9.55 Arrive Wakulla-..........................10.25
Leave Archer.......................
1L\YE )JADE : F n/ Arrive Tallahassee....................11.30 ant
1 ( i.l\SEn; ; STOCK OF GOOIS, Leave Palmer....................... 9.53 10.49
!iii' an Leave Arredondo...................1012 11.06 CONNECTION
Leave Gainesville.....'............10.36
UNKU' ij1lJrijRT sS P rl nn l3 hwb h 1 DRE LSS CQZJ CLO t THUlG HORSEY & CO., all At points Jacksonville North and, with East Waycross; with the Line Fernan-for

Arrive Waldo...... .. ............11.18. 12.30 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
Leave Waldo?............:..........11.32 2.00 dina and with Steamers for all
IB.QOTS AND SHOES Leave Thurston.....................11.55 2.30 the St.; Johns River St. points on
=1 PHARMACISTS 1= Augustine, etc.
P.}!.' At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Peninsular
nd thousands of other articles, which Twill sell for 25 per cent. less than you pay Leave Starke-.......................12.30 2.50 Division for Gainesville Ocala. Fer--
' Another house fof the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and I Leave Temple's .......:............12.35 2.58 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
iu convince you of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of every: ten. Centre Leave Lawtey_.:..................12.53 3.22 At Live Oak with: the Savannah :Florida
twill Ash Sts. Street Leave,Highland..................... 1.11 3.45 &Western Railroad. ,
W. LwIUlAX, for. Sixth Leave ...... .. .
I Maxville ... ...... 1.29 4.15 At. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
--, I RX..XDIX.c'LORI)).\, Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.50 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays.and 8nt-
Leave Baldwin..................... 1.56 5.40 .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. .constantly on hand a fine assort. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-.
KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN Leave Dutton.?..................... 2,30 .6.15. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pcn-
and DOMESTIC Arrive Callahan.................... 3.00 ,6.50 sacola, Mobile, New Orleans
Leave Callahan...:................:'3.15 7.20 Louisville, and Montgomery all points West, Southwest,,
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.07 8.16 and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
Drugs and Chemicals Arrive, Fernandina................ 4.35 8.50 Columbus and Eufaula.'

'i 'feM' ;SJDay Passenger daily except Sunday; The Shortest, Quickest and Lest Route to
Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines' Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. all points 'Vest.Through .

: Tickets and'Sleeping,Car Berths
I Proprietary ami Fancy Goods, DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,

(r.LDO''TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) and at new office southwest corner of Bay
FINE TOILET ARTICLES, and Hogan, JacksonvilleI.'ln. .
A. 0. M.vcDONELL, .
Day Pas. Nt Pas. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent,
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., P.M. A.M. Fernandina, Fla.
Leave Waldo........................ 3.20 1.00 C. W. MAXWELL '
IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.30 Master of Transportation ;
.. Leave Hawthorne: ........... ..:.. 3.54 1.50 Baldwin, :Fla.]
Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 2.20 D. E. MAXWELL,
g&* Physicians' Prescriptions Leave Citra........................... 4.34 2.50 General Superintendent
,Leave Sparr's............... .... .... 4.48 3.09 Fernandina, Fla.
carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.25

reasonable Leave Silver Spring........:...... 5.37 3.35
prices.SEWING .Leave Ocala............................ 5.58 .4.17 Savannah, Florida and Western
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 RAILWAY.
Leave Oxford........................ '6.55 5.27
Y/. MACHINES, Leave Wildwood.................... 7.12 5.55 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.
Leave Leesburg...................... 7.50 6.55
ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, Arrive Tavares.......;...-......... 8.20 7.25 All trains of this road are run by Central
GOING NORTH. ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes .
slower than Jacksonville time. i,
For Sale Manufacturers'
,: at PricesALSO A.M. P.M. t
JOViNPu8.C0 : Leave Tavares........................ 625 5.20 'J
-- Leave,Leesburg...................... 6.55 6.08 ON and after Sunday, November 2,1884, '
Leave.'Vildwood.....>.............. 7.25 7.10 Passenger Trains will leave" and arriveas
A. :Do NOYES of every description and Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 follows. :
A'IITA W HMlNTS for any Sewing Machine, Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.52 7.49 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.

DEALER IN for sale. Leave Ocala............-............ 8.33 8.50 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:40 a m
I Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:00 p m
FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 9.36 Arrive at Callaahn daily! at........... 8:20 a m (
,;Z35-Old Machines repaired at moderate Leave Sparr's........................ 9.38 9.53 Arrive Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m ;
prices. Leave ..Citra.........................: 9.53 10.16 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m
Hay: and Grain, Ship .Stores, HENRY HOBEIN, Leave Lochloosa10.15 10.46 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m

Corner Third and Ash Streets, Leave Hawthorne..................10.37 11.15 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m
FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,. 8 Fernandina, Fla. Leave Dixie.........................10.55 11.40 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m
A.M. Arrive at :Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE MERCHANT TAILOR. Arrive Waldo..11.20 12.15O Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m

Arrive at Savannah daily at 1:30 p m
Day Passenger daily except Sunday
; Arrive at Charleston daily at......... '7:25 p m
Prices Low as the Lowest. R. G. :McQUITTYHas Night Passenger daily. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- .

cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa
N. E. corner, Centre and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla. removed his business to the rooms over F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. cola Mobile, New Orleans.: Texas, all trans-

I the New York .Bakery, on Centre street. (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns-
He has received an assortment of seasonable GOING SOUTH. wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia
AN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE'An goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto .
A.M. P. M. B. & W. R. R. at 1.00 p. m.
Entitled an Ordinance to Amend the Police Ordinance Ordinance for Fixing the Rate of Assessment make them up -to suit all tastes in the 'Leave Fernandina..11.10 5.10 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this

Approved May 2S, 1877. for Taxation for the Year 1885. best style. Leave Hart's Road..............11.43 5.37 train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, :Mobile
,23- Repairing neatly done. p. M. and New Orleans. ,
n E IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY Fernandina, Fla., July.12,1884. Arrive Jacksonville..............12.50 6.35 Pullman .Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
D Council: of Fornandina: Council of Fernandina:
GOING NOKTH. to Cincinnati via Jesup.
SECTION 1. The Mayor shall keep docket SECTION 1. That for the purpose of meet- CURTIS fc CO. ,
I A.M. P.M.
book in which he shall enter the title of ing the current expenses of said city, and .. Leave Jacksonville................ 8.45 2.30
every case brought before him all adjournments the past due indebtedness thereof for the EAL Leave Jacksonville daily at- 1:25 p m
n ESTATE AGENTS, Leave Hart's Road.................. 9.43 3.42 Jacksonville daily at..12:30
the time and of the trial Arrive at m
manner or year 1884 there be raised, by a levy p
other disposition <">f the case, the judgmentand the real and personal property of the upon cityas .IL) ST. MARY'S, 'GEORGIA. Arrive Fernandina..10.10 4.12 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:04 p in
sentence including! the costs assessed assessed, a tax: of twelve and one-half ;SJTrains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 3:50 p m
the names of all witnesses sworn on the trial ((12J) mills on the dollars, as follows: Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 p m
and all other proceedings; had by and before For current expenses.1 per cent. effected. Leave Jacksonville. .................. 9.10 a. m. Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 7:40 pm
him in ouch case and he shall sign his For past due Bonds...................2J mills.SEC. Mill Sites Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 Arrive Fernandina..10.33 a. in. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa-
name threto after rendering judgment.Sec. acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 Leave Fernandina....................... 4.00 p.m. vannah. This train stops at all local stations -
2. Whenever any fine or costs shall 2. That the one ((1)) per cent of the acres for sale. Arrive Jacksonville.................... 5.25 p.in. between Jacksonville and Savannah.FAST .
be imposed on '' convicted of tax above assessed for. current exppns'es mav N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas MAIL.
any person any
offense, the Mayor shall commit the accusedto be paid in scrip or cash; but that the remainder the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 pIll I.
the custody of the Marshal with orders to of the tax, or the two and one-half (under the survey made for Govern- CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m
mills of the thus
collect the said (tine and costs and turn said ((21)) tax assessed, shall be ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 3:10 p m
fines and costs over to the Mayor, and if the paid in cash, bonds or coupons. construction of which having been grantedby FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m
said fines and costs are not paid immediately Passed first reading December, 1884. the United States Government and the With New York and Fernandina Steam- Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m
to commit thc prisoner to the city jail Passed second reading December 3, 1884. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large ship Line from New York on' Tuesday, and Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
there to be imprisoned until said tine and Adopted December 3. 1884. increase in the value of adjacent lands may for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Charleston dailvat......... 1:45 a m
costs shall be paid ; provided that such imprisonment Attest G. F. VERY, President. be confidently looked for." (See New York With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive Washington,D.b., daily..ll:00 p m

.shall not exceed one day for : Sun,27-3-83.) nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m
E. 0. FRIEND Clerk
each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine CALLAHAN.To Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars
and costs. Approved: 'v. H. R. W. CAMPBELL, and from Savannah and Charleston, Jacksonville to New York without change.
SEC. 3. All persons imprisoned in the POPE :Mayor. and all points North and West, daily.AT JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

city jail under sentence of the Mayor's REALESTATEAGENT HAWTHORNE, Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:00 p m
Court, or for failure to pay a fine and costs, R. .A.."1TS-rJ: : \ To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:50 a m
may be employed,by direction of the Mayor, Waldo, Florida. Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 7:50 p m
at labor upon the,streets or public works of .MANUFACTURER OF WILDWOOD. Arrive at Waycross daily at.1005 p m
the city, and all persons imprisoned for nonpayment With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:55 p m
} of lines and costs shall receive a Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND I LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Macon daily at.-............ 7:50 am
credit at the rate of one dollar per day with II I Lands Located, CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............11:59 a In
subsistence for such labor, which shall be Taxes Paid, and With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
credited on the amount of fine and costs DEALER IN West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross and Pullman Palace SleepingCars
charged against them. Titles Examined. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. ;

SEC. 4. The Marshal under the direction Many bargains are offered, and all persons Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
and supervision of:the Mayor, shall have PALJ O R rrI; C: Id COOE K STO T V S desiring to locate in Florida will find it to every Saturday. Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and 14
charge and control of the city jail and of all their interest to call upon or communicatewith With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and
prisoners confined therein, and shall be responsible mo. 3-tf for and from Key West, Monday and Northwest.

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

this. All persons. arrested by the Police of RAILROADS. day and Friday. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:50 p m
city for any' offense. ,either with or with- .For information respecting routes, rates, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 6:15 a m
out a warrant. shall be immediately deliv- etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 9:35 p m
ered by the officer making the arrest to the TIME CARD dina or to the Company's offices in Jack, Arrive at Waycross daily at..11:40 p m

Marshal at the jail, together with the warrantor OF THE son ville. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m

such statement of the cause of arrest, and FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COMPANY.In Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50pm
be held in
thereupon "
person custody FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:00 pm
by the Marshal, subject to the further .....
Effect January 25th, 1885. Arrive at Thomasville daily at. 6:00 a m
order of the 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
prisoners confined .in the city jail WESTWARD. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m
:giving the dale of their commitment and (FERNAKDINA CEDAR KEY.)
,. No.1. No. 3. Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:15 a m
discharge, by what authority and for what (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.:) Day Pass. Night Pass. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m

cause Mayor and shall report every morning to the GOING SOUTH.Day Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 m 3.55 p m Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m
during a the of all prisoners received by him Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 am 4.39 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars .Jackson
preceding twenty-four hours. A.M. P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43pm ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
nances SEC. 6. All Ordinances or parts of Ordi- Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. Leave Fernandina......:.......10.25 5.30 Lake City......... 9.47am 6.40pm Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson

this conflicting with the provisions of Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.10 LiveOak.........:..10.31am 7.43pm ville to St. Louis via Thomasville.
Ordinance are hereby repealed. COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL RL\DS Arrive Callahan....................11.42 7.15 ." Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.15 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack-
first readinl;December 9, 1884. Leave Callahan....... .............11.52 7.40 ", Monticello........12.40 m pm sonville to Washington, D. C. Pullman
second reading December 9, 1884. I Leave Dutton............... ...-....12.22 8.20 Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27pm p Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan
third. reading and adopted December LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, P.M. Leave Tallahassee......-2.32pm 12.00 n't nah. Connections at Montgomery with
9,185.4.G. Leave Brandy Branch........12.38 8.38Arrive and Nashville Railroad for New
Quincy............ 3.34 m 1.22 am
Attest F. VERY, President of Council. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Baldwin....................12.55 9.05 Arrive Chatta. River.... 4.50 p m Orleans and Texas points and the West and
: Leave Baldwin.............;...... 1.00 10.00 p Northwest. At Savannah with Central _
EMIL 0.: FRIEND. Clerk, Leave Maxville..................... 1.30 10.30 EASTWABD.No. Railroad'of Georgia for all points West and
Approved: : DRIVEN WELLS SPECIALTY Leave Highland..................... 1.48 10.51Leave 2. No. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -
W. IL POPE. Lawtey......................... 2.02 11.12 Day Pass. Night Pass.LeaveChatt'chee for all points North, with steamshipsfor
Leave Temple's..................... 2.18 11.35 River.10.45 a m New York. Philadelphia, Boston and .
W. K. ISAI7KXIGIIT; AND IRON ROOFS PUT, ON. Leave Starke.............:........... 2.42 11.45 ", Quincy.............12.20pm, 2.07am Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
TIN Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27 pm. 3.36pm Baltimore.
for Tin Gutters filled. A.M.' York. Philadelphia
AGENT, Wind Mills for pumping water promptly or.running Leave Thurston......................... 2.54 12.05: Leave Tallahassee ......... 1.34 p in 3.48 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
WHOLES.*Lt AM RETAIL Alight machinery promptly erected on order. Arrive Waldo............ .......... 3.14 12.35 Monticello......... 2.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage
t'TCIIEIt AND STOCK DEALER, Church, Factory and School Bells 'for sale Leave Waldo........................ 3.25 1.15 11 Madison ............ 4.15 pm C.36 pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
1J at a bargain. Leave Gainesville.................. 4.05 2.20 Live Oak....?...... 5.39 p m 8.33 a m and sections secured at Company's office in
AXDDenIer: $S-Stoves at Wholesale Prices. Leave Arredondo.::................ 4.23 2.45 Lake City.:......., 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Astor's Building 84 Bay street and at Depot -

in Ice All goods delivered at the various transportation Leave Palmer........ ...............', 4.34 2.58 Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01pm., 11.26 am Ticket Office and on board People'sLine
TENNESSEE stations within the city free of Leave Archer........................ 4.51 3.27 Leave Baldwin.;.......... 8.08pm 11.31'amArrive Steamers H. B. PLANT, CIUTTAHOOCHEE.
A SPECIALTY, I charge. All sales for cash.CORNER Leave Bronson....................... 5.21 4.15 Jacksonville......' 8.50 p m 12.16 pm and JENNIE LANE. :'
BROOM STBECT WHARF, Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.00 5.05 Trains 1 and daily; Trains ,and 4 will J. S. L. TAYLOR,
t, BROOME AND SECOND.STS.;: Leave :Rosewood....'.....: ......... 6.33 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but .' General Passenger. Agent;:;: -. :
9l'tf "*FERNANDINA,. FLA. ...t t Fernaudina,'Fla., Jaly'121884, / '. ..' '"'.' Arrive Cedar Key................. 7.03 6.35 will run Mondays. A.'M. IVES, A"'ent. >

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THE .: FLORIDA MIRROR- : -JANUARY 31. : ;1885. ;

THE FLORIDA MIRROR That "Rotten Itallroad." Egmont Hotel Arrivals.W Great Reduction. -

S 'Vagsf ff Jacksonville; Isaac L In'order to make room'for our Spring Stockwe > t H
TRAIN WRECKERS THE CAUSE OF TIIE RECENT Kemper, Baltimore; Miss Jennie Young, will close out our Winter Clothing and z =.
fi.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS ACCIDENTS ONrfTHE WESTERN DIVISION, AND Stafford Place; G II Fleming, E W Clark, Overcoats at a great reduction.J.. ..

NOT THE BAD CONDITION OF THE ROAD. H Clark and wife, Jacksonville; Rev J H & T. KYDD. ,.
Reflections. Johnston, Toronto Canada ; Joseph Lister
Before the present management assumed Boots and Shoes at a Sacrifice.
and wife. Hamilton, Canada ; J H Harrison,
Judge Hinton J. Baker returned Wednesday I control over the Western Division .of the Henry Fritz and wite, M E Mellon M A Mode Bros., who are the sole agents of A.

last from Augusta, Ga. Florida Railway &Navigation Company the Stern H C Whitney and wife, New York ; & J. Johnson's hand-made shoes for gents, Two Millionsof
Miss Lesa Williams derailing of trains and accidents were of I Walter S Bowers, Saco Me; D ,F Jack, ladies and children, will receive their first
of Tallahassee is visiting
Augusta ; A Kidder, wife' and child :Mar- shipment by \Iallory's next steamer. Each
this city, a guest of Miss Annie Papy. almost weekly occurrence. Since the putting quette, Mich ; Dr and Mrs McDowell, Penn- shoe is 'warranted to be waterproof. Any acres of Farming, Orange

Mr. Geo.R. Hubby,presidentof the Roller down of some thirty miles of new iron sylvania ; Mr and Mrs Wheatland, Salem ; shoe that will rip or tear within sixty days Timber and

Skating Club, who has been quite sick the casualties on that road have been very few Geo 0 Sanderson, A G Sanderson, Geo Rob- from purchase, they will refund money or a Grazing Lands'situated
erts, Frank Lew, W A Wood, D W Lewis new pair of shoes. Call and see them on in
until within the
two three months counties and
past ,
past week, is recovering. Richard: Johnson, Boston ; MrsS W Hall arrival at the famous Dry Goods House of ,
The County Commissioners will hold their when they have been of more frequent oc and son, Providence; A E Hall, New York; MODE BROS. comprising the lands bought

monthly levee at the county clerk's office on currence. Some of the newspapers, espe- D Perrien, Detroit,'Mich ; Miss A. T.Wheat- Fernandina, January 31, 1885. by Sir Edward J. Reed
cially the Times-Union of Jacksonville, have land, Salem ; Miss Paine, Boston : Thos M from
Wednesday next. Carnegie, Dungeness ; B S Torcheemcr New School Notice.At the State of Florida in
The monthly hop of the Roller Skating put the blame upon the bad condition of the Orleans; S A Merrill, Williamston N Y ; 1881,
Club came off on Wednesday evening last, road-bed and have attacked the present Miss T M Howe. Miss E H Howe, Miss M H the solicitation 10th.of some citizens school for are now offered at graded
on February a private
: and was a'success in every respect, and was management upon more than one occasion ; Spring burgh., Mrs M D Denny, F H Denny, Pitts- boys open and girls in the public schoolhouse.E. prices. These lands were selected
well attended. in fact, efforts are being strenuously made G. CHANDLER. Hon.

t The schooners R. S. Mulford and Jenny F. to have the Legislature investigate the con- A Great Reduction by Hugh A. Cor-

i WUley i are unloading steel rails for the Florida dition of the road, etc. The officials of the In Dress and House-Furnishing Goods, Last Notice to TaxPayers.I ley, late Commissioner of the

road were satisfied that the casualties were AT PAUL FUNKE'S. will be at my office on Second street, State Land Office
a : i Railway & Navigation Company at the rear of Prescott's: shoe store, daily during and Mr.

steamship docks. not purely accidental, because none but ToweLs! Towels! February from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m., for the M. A. Williams, late for
The Rev. A. Robinson careful, competent and strictly sober train- of receiving the State and county agent
: A. formerly pastor The biggest bargains ever offered. Remember purpose sale of State lands
men are employed, and the road-bed was in taxes for 1884. Property on which the taxes which fact
: of the M.,E. Church! ,.was in the city early the day Monday, February 2d ;
1 ; in the week, in attendance upon: the quarterly :ar better condition than two years ago. 500 Linen, German ,Damask Towels, at 25 'tised.,remain unpaid on March W. F.1st SCOTT.will be adver- is a guaranty of their high

:. conference. They determined to find out, if possible, cents* worth* 50 cents-, at :MODE BROS'. Collector Revenue Nassau County. quality. The purchase knownas

: .:Mr. De Wall, the photographer, desires us the cause of these accidents,and to that end Fernandina, January 31, 1885. the Reed Purchase

: to state that he will close his photographictent called to their aid the detective agency of JT. & T. Kydd was only
Jones & Fellows, of Atlanta. One of the Private Board opened for sale this year, and
opposite the post-office, in a few days. Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg
All those desiring his services will please members of the firm, accompanied by'sev- Edgings and Insertings bought 25 per cent. near At Egmont the Brick Hotel.Cottage on Seventh street: the lands have not been culledor

call at an early day. eral assistants, among whom was a coloredman offer below at astonishingly manufacturers'low prices prices.which Call they ana Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor picked over. No part has
arrived here weeks since and without board. Transient boarders will
: On February 1st City Tax-Collector West- see them. been reserved in
took charge of ferreting out the dastardly be accommodated. any manner,
will the collection of the
berg begin city
criminals. Under various disguises the detectives Range of ThermometerFOR MRS.! T. : and the whole is for sale.
taxes for the year 1884, the tax-books baying Fernandina, Fla., January, 10. 1885.
went over the road on foot, stopping THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JANUARY 30TH,
been the Council in Special prices on large
approved by City '1885, AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.7A.M.1231.3P.Dt.6P.9t.. tracts.
; last principally at the places where the recent Fresh Sauerkraut
special meeting night. WIND. Timber lands, virgin forests in
..i The British steamer Carnmarth which is wrecks. had occurred.. Disguised as tramps Saturday, Jan.24..56 &i &1 63 N. E. .At JACOB KLARER's. .
Sunday, 25......54 62 62 61 N. E. Cur. Sixth and Ash bodies of acres and
I sts. 50,000
i to load with cotton and cotton-seed for Mr. they mingled freely with the colored peo- i Monday, 26..60 68 67 67 W. up
81i" 1 Wm. Lawtey: for the United Kingdom, is ple, and a few days ago obtained a clue to :I Tuesday ,"" 27..61 28..56 67 62 62 66 61 65 N.W.Wednesday E.. Clam Chowder : wards. Lands sold for cash,

; daily expected, having sailed from England two different gangs of wreckers. One at I Thursday, 29..52 60 59 58 N. E. This evening, at or on long time.
Friday, 30......51 62 61 60 N. E.HAIU..YE. .
Darbyville, working principally for robbery, I tf. J. FRED LOHMAN'S.
fcj for this port on the 16th.
: Messrs. Fred. W. Hoyt & Co. have leased and one at Lloyd's station, near Tallahassee. Hollandlsh Herring. The Florida Land and Mortgage Co

1 1a :; the Marson building' on Centre street for The latter seems to have been headed : Just arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S.- (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
by a named Gilmore, who was incensed Port of Fernandina.HIGH .
t : their furniture warehouse. A large shipment Cor. Sixth and Ash sts.
i furni- against the road about an unadjusted WATER.
of sets parlor and dining room
cottage ..... .
Saturday, January 31. 8:40 A. )[ 9.04 p. M.
: ture, etc., was received by them this week. claim for some cattle killed by a Sunday, February 1...... 9:26". 9:51" Atlantic Pavilion.Mrs. .

Mr. Carnegie's steam yacht Missoe, commanded passing train. But.revenge was not the Monday "" 2..10:11.: 10:36" Sweeney, would be pleased to see her
Tuesday 3..10:53. 11:18" friends and the old of the "Idle
{ patrons
of' only purpose of his gang; they, like the 4..11:36. 0:00"
., by Captain Thompson, formerly 6..0:04 0:26"Friday Hour," at the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia
c the United States survey schooner Drift ar- Darbyville gang, were after plunder. On Thursday, 7...... 0:56" 1.20"' Beach, where she is now established.
rived in port yesterday afternoon. The damage Tuesday last sufficient evidence had been
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'. ; : done to the J/moe during her stormy accumulated to warrant the detectives mak- Steam-packet Thomas Collyer Dennette, from
t ing the arrest, which was done simultane- Brunswick daily with freight and pas- .
from New York at
: was repaired
passage sengers, to F. \". Simmons agent.
ously at Darbyville and at station.
: Charleston. Before leaving the North the Lloyd's Jan. Steamship State of Texas, John Risk for
The ring leader, Gilmore, at the latter placewas New York; freight and passengers, by
: yacht was lengthened fifteen feet. killed of the R. W. Southwick agent. -./, THE NEWPORT OF ,THE SOUTH.
The Mallory steamship State of Texas arrived by one posse. Upon being Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
i informed that he was under arrest he Palatka; freight and passengers, to ,
: at her dock here early Tuesday morning W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
l s snatched a pistol from the belt of one of the 25-Steamship City of Monticello. )McKee
t with large freight for points on
+ a very detectives and fired three times at him, from Charleston: freight and passen-
Sj the Transit road, Jacksonville and this city. gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent dJTHE: EGMONT HOTEL[!

*/ r I On O her return trip, Thursday night, her from when a he shot-gun was instantly by the detective.The killed by a load Jan.28-Steam-packet Savannah; Mary freight Morgan and passengers, Truitt, from, to

cargo consisted of 1,528 bales cotton, 686 F. W. Simmons, agent.
Darbyville were brought to 11 Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, from MELLON
barrels 275 gang GEORGE Proprietor,
I barrels rosin 196 spirits, cases Savannah freight and to
; passengers
Jacksonville and in default of bail
cedar, 786 logs cedar, 491 boxes oranges 190 F. W. Simmons,' agent. li __
were jailed. 28-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
sacks cedar saw dust, and 110 packages mer- from Palatka; freight and passengers, I _
J chandise. The fact of the arresting of the train to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. s }
rt wreckers, which must take any possible Jan. Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, from 1 1 t=
Savannah; freight and passengers, to = -
The Mary Morgan. blame off the management of the road in F. W. Simmons, agent.

'l This handsome passenger steamer arrived the mind of any unprejudiced person, is referred Jan. 27-Bark Atlanta (Br.), Stone, Buenos Ayres ; I II
to master.
'k here from Savannah on Tuesday last, having in three-line item in {- .. f\
, to a the Times- Jan. 29-Bark Prinz Adalbert, Brinkman, Docar, ..
Africs ballast, to master. -:;.:::; --:
been placed upon the Sea Island Route Union. ;
t Jan. 26-Schooner R. S. Mulford, Bowman, Phila- .==. "" --
1 by the Florida Railway & Navigation Come delphia; railroad castings, to D. E. = -

* + The steamer is a trim looking craft Mrs. Grundy Says: Maxwell.Jan. I hl'III
pany. 26.-Schooner Mary T. Godfrey,Godfrey,New -
I. of about 400 tons burden and belongs to the That Mr. H. A. Braddock gracefully cultivates York; jetty rock, to Lara&Ross. I

I Steamboat Company of New "grape vines" and other orna- Jan. 28-Schooner Jenny F. Willey, Chadwick,
Bridgeport ,
I i New York; railroad iron, to W. F. _
Jersey. She has accommodations for fifty mental remembrances of long ago, at the Peck. ,
rink. Jan.30-Schooner Manzanilla, Godfrey (Sam), lllllllllll iIIllllllll IIIIIIIBI iIIIIIIIIIIII INNNIII I IIIIIIII INININI hWilN ifHU M1'FUi' urv I'
, I first-class cabin passengers. Her freight accommodations Barbadoes; ballast, to master.
s- r' are very capacious. Her dimensions That G. F.' Lewis illustrates the poetry CLEARED. ill 11I1111jI

.a are: Length, 175 feet; breadth of of motion and commotion while he twin- Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for IIIINIp -

' beam 30feet. Her engines are of the Sick- eth his serpentine way through the merry passengers Brunswick, by daily F. W., with Simmons freight, agent.and t

1 lest cut-off motion pattern,and are beam engines throng. Jan. 28-Steamship State of Texas, John Risk, I -
' from New'York; freight and passen-
n of the following capacity: Thirty- That the neighborhood of Fourth and gers, to R. ". Southwick, agent. !
. ,, eight inch cylinders and eight feet stroke. Alachua streets were alarmed by the vigorous 25-Steamship l City of Monticello, McKee, I
W. Jetfre .
{ for Palatka; by O.
The vessel attains an average speed of fifteen cries of "murder! murder" last Fridayeve Steamship City of Palatka Vogel, for i = -
built in 1876 Charleston; by W.O. Jeffreys, agent.
te. miles per hour. She was by ; Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
p, the Harlan & Hollingsworth Company at That investigation proved that a coloredman for Charleston; freight and passengers, OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK,

; Wilmington, Del. Her hull is of iron. She was exercising his marital authoritywith Jan. 29-Steam-packet by W. O. Jeffreys Mary, Morgan, TroUt, for

II 7 j*. r has just been thoroughly overhauled ati' too much discipline for madam's com- Savannah; freight and passengers, by FERNAISTDINA, FLORIDA.
F. W. Simmons, agent.
tI Chester, Pa., and is comparatively a new fort.That 26-Steam-packet Florida, Amazeen, for Savannah .
1II ar boat, being, it is said, one of the best boats eggs are now being imported from ; freight and passengers, by
and other lands F. W. Simmons, agent. NOW OPEN FOR ,THE SEASON.
of her class afloat. Holland foreign ; Jan. Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, for
;e The Nary Morgan is commanded by Capt. That it must be quite a surprise to our native Savannah; freight and passengers- by
F. W. Simmons, agent.
t John F. Truitt, and will run upon the Sear fowls to hear the young chicks talking Jan. 28-Brig Angelia, Mitchell, Demarara; lum-
f I Island Route between Savannah and this Dutch. ber by Fred W. Iloyt & Co.
Jan.24-Bark Elba; Reed, Rosaria; lumber,by J.
city. That wathsoever a woman seweth, that Mizell&Bro. .
M. Rickerson Call New
Jan. 24-Schooner Gertie ,
a t A Serious Accident. will she also rip. York; lumber by Eppinger& Russell.
Jan. 28-Schooner Ella M. Hawes, Purington.
That about these days doth the senti-
i Philadelphia; old iron, by D. E. :Max-
I TWO PAINTERS, THROUGH A CARELESSLY PUT, mental young man purchase the five dollar well. GET OUR PRICESFOR
valentine and sendeth anonymously to his
((4 NEARLY FIFTY FEET. Samantha-not much TurkishRed Damask..
Mr. H. B. Aikens and his ;
Two painters Red Damask
dollars worth of first Twenty-five pieces Turkish -
That five prime,
I 1 assistant, engaged in the painting of Mr. 54 inches wide, 39 cents per yard, worth 75
+ Glaiber's, residence, met with a serious acci- quality double xx affection is almost too cents. Call on Monday, or you'll get left, at
dent on Monday ,last, which might have much to risk some other fellow getting the the FAMOUS DRY GOODS HOUSE of +++++-++-++-++-++++-++-+++
proved fatal. They were working near the credit of;

4 l peak on the north, gabel upon a staging, That He provideth for such contingencyby A Large Line of New White Goods

i: consisting' of a ladder suspended from the carelessly leaving his monogram in an Just received by J. & T. KYDD, consistingof BLINDS DOORS3

roof by a block and tackle, which was fast- out of the way corner thereof, and then he plain and plaid Nainsooks.Victoria Lawn,

ened t6 the roof by large grappitng hooks, flattereth his soul. Linon de Dacca, India and Persian Lawns ,

made for that purpose by a blacksmith here. That next week being Fair week," it is and marked French at very Organdies low figures.etc., which are

During the progress of their work the ladder hoped that we will have a fair week.

; was set in a slight swinging motion, when That an early morning and late evening NoveltiesIn

; of a sudden one of the hooks broke, and to train to and from ,Jacksonville during the Shawls, Nubias and Jerseys, Before Purchasing Elsewhere.A .

":, the horror' of the bystanders both men were Fair, would be kindly appreciated by AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
precipitated to the ground below,a distanceof "we'uns." Matting.

some forty or forty-five feet. Both men That Fernandina residents do not, as a Twenty-five pieces Fancy Matting at 171<

,. were unconscious when they were picked rule,like to remain over night in Jackson- cents, worth 25 'cents, on Wednesnay, ,LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED.
ville. February 4th', at
l I up. Medical; assistance was immediately

t,, summoned( but upon examination it was That being accustomed to a nice free air, Bleached Cotton.J. .

t, foundthat]; no bones were broken, thoughMr. unknown in the metropolis, (!!) "no pent
& T. KYDD are now selling a yard-wide
Aikens' assistant had a terrible gash in up Utica can contract their. (lung) power. Bleached' Cotton, fine and soft finish, at the

the'forehead, where he struck upon some That W. F. Wood, Jr., of Key West, appeared low price of-7 cents a yard. All standard FRED W. BEOYT <& CO.,

: loose brick in the yard. Their internal injuries on our streets in full war paintandan brands as low as can be bought anywhere.

are probably only slight, as both men order book for cigars in his pocket ; Blankets and Comforts

i are now doing,well. That he was,in sight of Havana a short Below cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.Great SECOND STREET, ABOVE CENTRE,
{ Upon examination it was found that the ,time since, but did not. dare to land for fear

,} iron grappling hook had a flaw, ,in it where that his beautiful brown complexion would ,Reductions '

; it broke which had escaped the notice of lead them to think him a "conch"' or a fili- In'Fall and Winter Goods ,

:.r. the painters, when they'put the staging up. buster. atJ.. & T. KYDD'S., ,. i :EsrMNrjgLixriDiKr: : : : A ? :FW :L. ..

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