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: February 7, 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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fruit. Sixth The highest.aniount, of':indebtedness OCEAN MUSIC.BY Traveler's Guide.
il UIT-.GnOJVERS ASSOCIATION and organization in the marketing of -
TIlE shall not exceed ten, thousand dollars.
.1.* Rev. Dr. Myers, of St. Johns county, desired !-
to improve
some organization
.ADOPTING ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION means of transportation of fruit. I'Bishop, of San Mateo. ,; Jno.O. :Matthews' 0 Mare! 0 Litus, rernm. secretuinque guam For Day Cedar Passenger Key and Train Wild leaves wood and

FOR\ THE ORGANIZATION OF AN Major Fairbanks offered the following: of Citra ; J. M. Armstrong, of Picolata ; Jno. multadictatis-quanmulta unscrlltisf'-PLI- all points on Transit Uoad.l0.25t. 111"..
F. Maxfield. of' New York City ;Hiram A. NIUS. Savannah andall points North +
of Florida
EXCHANGE. Resolved That the fruit. ro' ers
organize a corporation to control the ship- Pryor, I). G. Anibler, James H.'Paine and [CONTRIBUTED BY GEORGE MELLON.] and West................................10.25 a. m_ !i
The Florida Fruit-Growers' Association ment and sale of fruit. E. Bean, of Jacksonville,.Fla.; S. C. \Varner.of Appropriate to the thoughts of Weea- For(connecting Tallahassee at,Pensacola.Callahan.)and all '

met in Jacksonville on Wednesday Mr. E.: Bean of Duval county, in discussing Penn Putnam county, and George R, popka, while wrapt in sublime meditationof points on the Florida Central fe 'r + j

invitation the resolution, strongly advocated the ,Fairbanks, of Fernandina! subscribed two Western Railroad............_. ..10.25, a. m:". '
to Amelia Beach.
last an
formation of,a thorough business corpora- shares: each Messrs. Thomas Lanier, of (connecting at Baldwin.)

sent out by Major Geo. R. Fairbanks tion to handle the shipments of fruit. Lake Griffin ; James ,A., Harris, of Citra'; Come, thou art of my spirit-sit with me, Day Pa.senger Train arrives

at the request of large number James H. Paine, of Duval. advocated the George H. Norris, of* Spring Garden ; A. L. And let me tell thee of a former time. .From all points Cedar on Key the, Wildwood Transit'Road., and.. 4..>p. ms.

of prominent producers. The formation of a stock corporation with $50- Eichelberger, of Ocala Isaac Stone, of Thou knowest there are things of harmony From Savannah and all points in

attended and 000 to $100,000 capital. Spring Garden CentrefJ R.. Cunningham, Unseen musicians of the air and wave the North and West.............._ 4.35 p. m.'.

meeting was largely Hon. P. P. Bishop, of Putnam county, of Leesburg ; A. I.,P .iurei of Yalaha ; E. T. That come and go upon the breathing winds. From Tallahassee It>nsa<:olu. and
called to order Major 0. ; r And steal to meet in deep solitudes all points on the Florida Central
upon l eing: following the same line of argument, made Paine, \of Tocoi ; HHtehinson. of Crescent When you have put you the world away, as if; & ''Western Railroad....:.........._ 4.35p.m. F

P. Rooks, of Sumter county, was a number of practical suggestions as to the City; 0. P. Rooks: < f,,Fruitland Park ; Into its grave-that you may be alone Night Passenger Train leaves { "

called Ito the chair and James H. I workings of such a corporation.Mr. D. Redmond, .E. M.'L'Epgle and ThomasE. .When to the ocean you have turned, to tell For Cedar Key Wild wlIod, and all y

D. G. Ambler offered as an amend- Williams, of Jacksonville, Fla. ; E. L. Your sorrows to the seas-or to assuage points on the Transit Road........ 5.0: p. m_ it
Paine, of Duval, was chosen secre- The heaving tumults of a tortured heart. For Savannah and all I points North '

{ ment: Palmer & Co., of Baltimore t and James. P- At. that hard time, when tears and thoughts and West................................. 5.0; p. m.. t
tary : ] *That a corporation be organized with a DePass. of) Bronson, Fla:, each subscribedone of woe (connecting at Callahan)

Mr. itedmond, president of the Fruit- capital stock of$100,000." share < Have fiow'd upon it like a bitter stream For Tallahassee. Pensacola,and all

Growersj\ Association stated the objects of motion the resolution was unani- E. T. Paine: of St. Johns county offered That seems to heap its waters-At such timeI points on the Florida Central & .
Upon went and sat uponthe sullen rocks Western Railroad.................... 5.30p.m.. .
theconfjurncein a few brief remarks, after mously adopted. as an amendment to'the first section the following That have been lashed forages by the surge (connecting at Baldwin.)

which Mr. 'V. G. Benedict presented in After some further discussion, the following : And smiled on, too. for ages, by the sky. Night Passenger Train arrives-

writing,tlie following plan for a permanent resolution was offered by Mr. Bishop. Resolved. That the name'of.the corpora- Yet looked the same thin all Those dark From Cedar Key. Wildwood, and I

Resolved That committee of five be tion shall be "The Florida-Fruit and Vegetable rocks all points on the Transit Road... 8.50 a. m:. ;
a appointed -
t F.RUIT-CROWERS; EXCHANGE.JVrtwe 'Exchange," Which we have loved to shout from, at the From Savannah and all points in j

Florida, Fruit-Growers' Exchange. by the chair to present articles of advocated its adoption birds, the North and West....:............ 8.50 a. in. '1 1I
; And That flew there to the sunshine and the cliff.I'sat I
incorporation, and a book for subscriptionsto From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and 1 J
:-President General Manager, seconded
Officers The amendment hacingbeen: ,
and meeting all points: on Florida Central & '
the capital stock, to report at a :
Treasurer, with board of seven directors, including gave.rise to considerable debate, but. it was and gazed in wonder on the sea; Western Railroad..................... 8.50 a. in_ '
to be held Thursday evening, February5th Pondering its vastless power and awful depth! +
president The General Managerand tid'on 1 .
the table. {
Its when in kissed the
at the circuit court room. beauty light shore
Treasurer> to be the only officer to be made Whereupon the first section, as presentedby And terror in the storm, when.its wild arms Train leaves daily, except Sunday
Stone of Volusia county
under salary.Fiiances Prof. Isaac the committee, was adopted.: Smote in loud anger all it had caressed For Jacksonville........................11.10 a. m-

to derived from membership fee some pertinent suggestions as to the mannerof Prof. Isaac Stone "* -of.tVolusia! county, In loveliness before. I thought of all For Jacksonville .............f.....:.... 5.10 p. in_

incorporation.The '' wonder-wroughten splendors that were Train arrives daily except Sunday '
and annual dues of members until self-sus moved to strike out the.wjpgds 'iind perishable ;
resolution, after some further debate, there. From Jacksonville......................10.10 a. m_ t
taining. If any surplus income yearly over and Messrs. Bean products., This mojif&.was i seconded Borne on the bosom of that peerless deep, From Jacksonville....................... 4.12p.m..
running expenses to go to a fund to make wasunanimously adopted, Mr. D. G. Ambler and Mr. Jas. H. Paine I Down the green tide, farther than thought Sltnda1/only- .
Ambler Fairbanks'and Norris were I could ; "
the Exchange permancy ', but the yearly Bishop, advocated the retention. 'Bywords pro go. From Jacksonville .....................10.38 a. in.."
then mind from the
rates of inspection, charges and commissionsto appointed as the committee. posed to be stricken out: And wave'my winged rose For Jacksonville ........................ 4.00.p.01.. '

be reduced to its members as its income Hon. P. P. Bishop,, in his interesting remarks A motion to table), the amendment prevailed Up to the Mighty and Ineffable, MALLORY LINE. ". M

read the following letter sent to a section' adopted 'Who fashioned:! this sublimity.. I thanked For :New York direct, by steamships r'
will warrant. and the second was .
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leading Chicago commission house. t' Him State of Texas or City of ; ;
Inspection Method: Every member on hig. EXTRACT FROM; MR. BISHOP'S LETrER.II as read. 'it That He had given me soul to feel these San Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00 p.m_
becoming! connected with the Exchange 'The third section wag adopted without de things From New York direct by City of .

will have a number appointed to him, as 21 Let me throw out these suggestions : bate. F A heart to read His glories, and to say, San Antonio and State of Texas, t

be stenciled Suppose that those of you in Chicago, who '' Within itself 'these shall not cease to be, every Friday......................-.... 3.00 p.nw. 7
or 95. That number to plainly The fourth, fifth and sixth sections were *
and Tho human love, and hope and life decay.:
have an orange trade ample storage CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHiY.LINE. ;
on all future shipments to the Exchange adopted, and the report as whole was then I thanked Him for the simple spirit, that i
and who can trust each other, forman For Charleston .
room, by steamship City ? h
from such member. He agreeing before adopted.Mr. Saw good in all the clouds, and trees, and t
association and enter into mutual obliga- ofMonticelloeveryWednesday.. .. ... r
shipping from his packing house to the Exchange E. M. L'Engle, of Duval county, stars, From, Charleston, by same steamer .! ; ( r
tions to work in harmony for the benefit of And heard a sacred music from aworld
to protect his brand and number, moved that a committee of. three be appointed That looked a waste others. I thanked Him every Sunday...... '.........y, p.. nip.. t t

by having all his fruit properly picked, your consigners. You can easily figure up by the chair toprepareand,,,circulate That, he had 'made' me-child-like, and bad For Charleston, by steamship City'

sited and accordingto the extent of weekly shipments which you of Palatka, every Sunday ,: '''
sweated and wrapped subscription lists for signatures.' ; ': *
keft' .
such rules for so doing that may be determined market will bear, and determine the propor- 'The motion'was) ado ted' .'a dr'Messi: ., tion of them which each member of the association ;: "'" "-"""'" ;A.1dh'a4! ; permittediuybeartto} : ._ : ::.: c _'"
by Board of Directors, such fruitto R.. .FairbanbP: ;-P. ..Dh1nd: i E. ,ileac, In innocent rejoicing among the waves, ST. MAR YS RIVER ,

be marked, bright orrnssetts on'each'anJ ",,can handle advantage. ,Having were !appointed as such committee.. I And feel that there was ecstasy in tears Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- '

every bpx.Excll11nge. agreed to keep yourselves from being'over- Major Geo. H,'Norris, of Volnsia county, Shed, why, I .knew not, ,when heard the For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday } i

Inspectors Brand: All fruit re-. loaded there will be no difficulty in arrang- be limitedto noise and Friday........................ 3.00 p.nt '
moved that
ing to \keep yourselves fully supplied. By present subscriptions Of the great sea sink, moaning my feet! For St. Marys and Dungeness, on 1
ceived before distribution to be duly inspected two shares until the frtiit growers of Flor- At such a time, I listened on these rocks; Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p. m.;.. 1! '
securing consignments during the first of
by chief inspector or assistants.:! ida generally shall have had an opportunity The sea was not in anger, but a smile For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,

When found iu condition-the exchange the season from that part of the orange belt to subscribe, which motion prevailed. Was resting on it, as it heaved itself Monday and Thursday............ 8.00 a. m...... i ,
which is liable to severe frosts, and after- In a sad swell upon the jutting crags, Steamer Martha arrives
inspector's brand to be each pack
placed on
Major G. R. Fairbanks was elected tempo-
And broke into a line of silvery foam,
wards from the southern part, you can havean From St. Marys and Crandall on
age with date of inspection. This brand to to have charge of all Murmuring, and oft-times rising to a roar.
active trade from November 15th to rary secretary papersof Monday and Thursday............ 7.00 a. iuv '
be applied for and received from the United April the corporation.The My soul was following out my idle eye. From St. Marys and Dungeness:,

States Patent Office to be the registered 1st. You will be able to secure favorable following resolution was unanimously That glanced from rock to some yet distant I Wednesday and Saturday..._ 9.00 a. m.

trade mark cf the Exchange, which will be terms on one line of transportation, to have bark, From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,

suitable cars, always in readiness, and all adopted : That seemed a dull ship painted on the sky ; Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.m.
duly protected from infringement. Resolved, That si meeting of subscribers to And that strange lullaby was in my ear, s
Inspection, Repacking and Exchange Com needful facilities for an agent at Cincinnatior stock and others interested in fruit growingbe That comes not ever but in times like this k'Ii

mission Marges are to be adjusted and regu- Louisville, who will he empowered to convened at Jacksonville on the 11th day When the intensest beating of the heart TIIE CIRCUIT COURT;
of March 1885. for the of,completing Speaks audibly as conscience, and you hear
control the fruit as the state of the weather purpose
byldirectors, charges the organization and the election of The voice of friends departed arotnd your ,
regulated as the business increases; the may make advisable. officers. head.I FLORIDA.

revenue!can be divided by reducing all such He also stated. that he had received a tele-, The chair appointed G.,R. Fairbanks P. listened, as the surge went back,and heard t

charges its members to a minimum basis, gram heartily approving his suggestions. P. Bishop, E. Bean and E. :\E. L'Engle The distant coming on of music-such DEXTER HUATER, *a[

or can b jo' divided as dividends yearly to its Upon motion, the original resolution draft by-laws for. the company.and. .report at As I ne'er choir heard on earth ; the far, faint vs. 1 .
this mceting.TimUnirm. JOHN II. BOYNTON, ATTACHMENT, .
members. placing the capital stock at $100,000 was reconsidered ..... Stealingsymphonious on the wildered air Doing business under the I $1,663.00.

Modes Distribution: First advertise this and the amount was placed at Chord within chord, wrapt to its highest name and style of John I

few $50,000, and the resolution, as amended, TilE LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE to visit the heaven Boynton's Son. J
spring judiciously through a leading
State Lunatic Asylum reported that they Until the glorious harmony sunk down
journals that will reach the majority of the was adopted.The And seemed to die in the returning wave. SAID
ound that comfortable accommodations and doing business:: as John Boynton'sSon
first trade of the United States and Canada, meeting, on motion, adjourned to
take notice of the
hereby commencement --
sufficient wholesome food are furnished the Then came the echo-one far, lone harp-
meet at 7 o'clock this
stating briefly the plan of the Exchange, inviting Thursday evening, of the above entitled suitby-
And straight a voice stole over it-and o'er
inmates, that they note a gratifying im-
the address and correspondence of the February 5th. that. Attachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth
proveiiu'iit in the condition of many of the Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of I
principal fruit-dealers from every town of A shrill pipe blown upon), the wind-that
Second Day. patients, that everything possible has been made Nassau. Florida; and is notified to appear,
10,000 and over inhabitants. The officers of demur to the declaration filed
Pursuant to adjournment the FloridaFruitGrowers' done for the comfort of the patients, and Still sweeter harmony. Then, above all, plead or
the Exchange to arrange a list of all dealers therein, on or before the first Monday in
Association met last eveningin that the interest of the State has been pro. A melancholy horn was welling out March next, or judgment by default will be
having a satisfactory rating, which can be Its liquid melody, till all conjoined,
the Circuit Court the taken herein behalf of Dexter Hunter .
room, attendance tected in the expense. They recommendthe on ,
Voices. and and wild instruments
obtained through the mercantile of organs *
reports being large and much interest being mani- erection of a separate building for colored Came like the rolling thunder of a band- the plaintiff above named., '
Bradstreet! and Dunn's agencies and other R. W. DAVIS,.
fested. The report of the committee to pre- males, that numerous improvementsbe So rich, so magic, and'so beautiful.I H. J. BAKER.
sources. This list to be revised each
summer it the Naiads
thought was green-haired ,
I '
sent articles of incorporation was read by made, that the building near the Asylumbe Attorneys for Plaintiff <
to be With all their shells from ocean
rcael.for fall and winter sea up
consignmentsof I
Major G. R. Fairbanks, of Nassau county, as used for a State Penitentiary, and that' blown Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 28, 1884. l-3ni- ;
the Exchange to the selected
secretary of the committee. $10,000 be appropriated for these purposes.-' To pour one chorus on my ravished ear
its consignees AdvanceGazette.List. I .Then,sink.forever to their coral homes! In the Circuit Court,
the undersigned, do hereby associate
be able to of for the Post-Office
{procure freight : ourselves as a body corporate under chapter of Letters-. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
shipment of the Exchange over lines to the j 1639 of the laws of the State of Florida and Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- Office Hours--From,8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. D.-\VID'VU'sOY and EBEN") i
hours 10:30 to 11:30
Sunday A. M. A. M.
different parts of the country at the lowest i the amendments thereto, and we do adopt dina, Nassau county, Florida, February' 7th, )Money Orders and Registered Letters from HUNTING, doing business j 0 .
rates which will be due I the following articles of incorporation and 1885. Persons calling for these letters must as WILSON & HUNTING, .
to an organizationof 8:00 A. at. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M Attachment:
: agree to.subscribe. the number of shares ofcapital they advertised vs'
say are :
3:30 Amo"nt' $1700; :
this kind, which in itself will be a savingof stock get to p.'m.ARRIVAL JOHN II. BOYNTON doing !
opposite our names. ,
Allen J M HIclahon
Thomas Bond $3400
30 to 50 per cent., the rates now being 1"irst-The name of the corporation shall AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. business under. the name :
Anderson R H McBee, Silas I
that much too high from Florida. be t.he.Florida. Fruit Exchange, and its Transit & Peninsular Railroad- and style of JOHN BOYNToN's -
; Arnazen John L McMahon Thomas
I of business shall be Jacksonville Arrives daily exceptSunday......... 4.45 P.M. SON. J i
principal place
SystematicDistribution Bunsen F Roberson 0 Sum
will thus be brought Fla. Brings mails from the North,the

about. Instead.of glutting the few leading Second--The' general nature of' the busi-. Col Buchana man, ,Mathau J R Steworth.Reanala, Annie Julia Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular DEFEXDANTS WILL of suit TAKE-in the NOTICE above

markets now OltCll.to our fruit-growers, the ness to be transacted shall be to receive; Drumond. Lucretia Smith, M rail roads. entitled cause by attachment issued out of '

entire country would be supplied where responsible prepare, distribute and provide for the Donnovan Sullivon, William T Closes daily except Sundav..l0:00 A. M. the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit.
Takes mails for the North the
transportation and sale of oranges lemons in and for the County of Nassau, and are
Ferguson Rev Henry Sims, Alfred
parties ca'n be found as consignees, and other fruits and Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
perishable said before
products. notified to in cause on or
Floyters, Julia Sellars, D J appear
of from fifteen to as many hundred boxes Third-The amount of the capital stock roads.Leesburg the first Monday in April next or judgmentby
Flowers, William,. Sanders, William train arrives ......... 8:40 A.
shall be fixed at fifty thousand dollars daily. M. failure
weekly being shipped to each from the Exchan..c to be Hamites Mary V Thomas, Bill default will be entered therein upon -
divided into five hundred shares of one hundred Hums, Mary Thompson, Mrs L F Brings Western mail only. on the part of said defendant to plead,
dollars each, ten percent, of which Fe,namlma & Jacksonville Railroad- answer. or demur to the declarations filed a
Printed Rules and Regulations to be mailed shall be paid in on the organization of the Jenelet Lucas, A Lula..Thomas. .Watson,,Varsey Mrs Mary Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A. M. in said cause on or before the first Monday

to all parties; doing business through the company and the remainder as the directors Love, Archer Whitfield M Brings the Jacksonville and St.John's in May, 1885.: II. J. BAKER

Exchange] as to its requirements of them as may require.FourthThe. Lee Harry Long Wilson, W-\V"McC'arl Closes daily river except mails.Sunday..l0:30.A.1I. Attorney for Plaintiffs.
I commencement of the cor- Ch Nest Alonzo JOHN A. EDw.tEns/
consignee ,
poration'shall be this the 5th day of February Munroe, F D Williams,.Mr Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's'Uher Clerk of the Circuit Court, i
Returns to the (;rowers. : The treasurer to 1885, and it.shall continue in existencefor Muck, James Zeigler. Ada P and Northern mails. In and for the County of Nassau,Fla.

open regular accounts with any member, fifty years. I Sunday Jlai&Jacksonville -: Fernandina.. :Fla., Dec...188-t-3mo..
rendering them Fifth=The officers of the company shall S. T. RIDDELL P. )[. and St.John's River,
statements of all
; po weekly be a president, vice-president, secretary arrives...................................10:25 A. M.
sales to date with check for proceeds of salesas treasurer and auditor and a board of nine Bleached Cotton.J. Northern mail arrives..:............... 9:00 P. }.I. Turkish lied Damask.

reported, less the Exchange charges. : directors, of which board the president and fe T. KYDD are now selling a yard-wide Jacksonville, St. John's River and Twenty-five pieces Turkish Red Damask,

Major*!. ll..l officers shall be elected at the St. John's River left
gent on the--day Jacksonville and cents. Call Monday, or you'll get -at
survey of the'situation.. set forth the of- :. and on the first Tuesday 'of low priceof 7 cents a yard. All standard only, closes.......................:..... 4:00 p.'M. the FAMOUS DRY GOODS HOUSE of .

great benefits to arise 4 from concert of action February in every year thereafter. brands as low as can be bought anywhere. SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. MODE BROS'.

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:a. THE TRUAXT SUNBEAM., ...' '., 'g 'ater'ove! Wand pride i'n' the'little II tomer, evidently; a_' connoisseur! ;ha-a'i 1 app*ening v :to look around, discovered : Pet y marble corned out o' hip-
& -- ; "'!:'j.: lass than Mrs.-' .O'Glinty.' It selected'one' paying one.hundred the l loss of her'-protege. \ } pocket '*heir:he went dis wav i
:()ne limtmorn a little Sunbeam ;'c' .Sr would have been, however, a.: hard lars for-:it. 'The gentleman, who wasa .' "Whirrahl whirrah! an' where'sthe ,; Here '.B obinet mopped her
: Woke nip cross and oh so'blue! ;:''.*' heart that could have resisted the person of education: had been very' childer sthrolled away to!?" exclaimed white forehead with a little
when tiny handker
the Sun -
: his ,
.:.Punted Told Kim.all. that he must papa do. claims of Baby Bobinet to a reigning talkative, and had occupied considerable the excited woman. chief.
place among ,the first ladies of ,the time over .'the purchasesaying.that This exclamation, reaching Baby'Bobinefs. "Didn't you s show it to any
....;:And Said thi he naughty"did not little care Sunbeam a cent, royal heart-chamber. as he wanted 'the gem for a birth- ears, naturally hastened her Troth, an'she did, sar t" ecclaimeal One'
:S'posiii. ; all the world was dripping Teddy's mortification had lost muchof day gift for his wife, he must have a steps towards her father's side. Mrs. O'Glinty, rising to her feetuin'
:. And' with. dew the limbs were bent. its wire-edge: at the time of.which I stone of the best quality. He would !The toe of her chubby boot catching I thought it.was only wan: of her
...-' Did nit care if all the daisies write, although Bobiuet had not yet call back;in:a* ''dhy or two with, 'the in ,the matting, the little lass fell prone marbles--which I say now it ain't old
t Cauglit their death, with ruffles wet; ceased to enjoy the costume in an emi- drawing of tHe 'sejtting,. which he desired upon the floor; and from between ,her sar !"
And Use tall and starchy lilies nent degree.It the :Messrs. Asteroid &Carkus to fingers escaped the glass marbles, .one Never mind now, .ma.lame-we
.i l' ) : fine and stately eu was somewhere about dusk one manufacture.f< of them rolling to the feet of,the'pros will hear you presently !" said
;..'Gue' >: sed he wouldn't mind- his papa day, and the coal-oil lamp was(: illu- Day before yesterday, as Mr.Stickem ecutor. judge. the
1 Jr1ie\'cd And go working down helow; minating the front room, with its win- explained, he came back with two He pounced upon it like a hawk, I.' An' it's the thruth I'm tellin
: he'd sail out in a clot d-bo3t, dow looking out the rather-out- and consulted 'with the looked at it for and then vees'Teddy
:. Or, go sliding on the bow. upon drawings, a Banker's no thafe d've moind
of-the-way'street Baby Bobinet was clerk. After discussing the matter, starting up, with the article betweenhis that, sar 1 1".
!."Said he would not light the world'up seated on the floor,.in the centre of the he concluded to exchange the one fingers, held it aloft, so that every :Mrs. O'Glinty was
: little suppressed ,
tike1useful lamp ami
:Tbougllt 1 he'd run'away forever; room, surrounded by her collection of large'diamond for two smaller ones. eye, could see it. Mr. Allen began again to question
\ !:' :: And become a sunbeam. tramp." marbles, blocks, and miscellaneoustoys. While engaged! this treaty, Teddy Your honor, here is one of the Bobinet.
I : Banker came into the store and left diamonds which were stolen from me "Now: dear little
$ my girl
I, ), instead of working bravely are
: Until his task was fully done Mrs. O'Glinty came in ''from the several advertising cards. His odd The thiefs child has ''turned' State's sure your papa never had it ?-ne"ver vou
'lie played keeps for raindrop marbles, kitchen, with a platter in her hand dress attracted the attention of the evidence !I" gave it to you ?"
: 'Till fie little clouds all won. and thrown over her head- and he made There of silence in
i an apron purchaser, some jesting was a moment ,. Papa never seed it-tanse
; the
; Then; 11tai'is i climbed the'black cloud moun- going, as she said, to the corner be- remark to the clerk l ;; ; and shortly after which one might v heard the.'beat. ..mens tooked.him away."
.; yant for a rasher for daddy's bite of he withdrew,; J leaving; the two diamonds ing of his own heart-a moment of Can you tell me how the
'Where:; Till he this came naughty right to little the Sunbeam top supplier." and the-jlrawing in the handsof deep quiet, broken at length .by a dropped the marble looked?"man that
She had been absent but moment, the attendant. : stern voice which cried aloud "
Found! a most unpleasant: stop. a r He was a long mans, an1 had
: ; '\ when'Babv Bobinet was attracted by :Mr.. Asteroid having occasion:: to "Whoever calls my baby Bobinet a woolly fing around his froat.:' a
l-'or-. Whojwox lIi:1: aunt out. the there busy for South-Wind a walk, the closing of the door which opened look{ over tlie tray: of gems the .next thief child, is a liar!" Your honor," spoke up Detective
IMet. th- idle little Sunbeam, directly upon the street. She lookedup day, took it from-the' safe.!: No sooner Then jumping over the rail,. before. Starke, "I lost a man, answering that.::
And{j they had a little talk. and saw a slender young man pass had he brought the tray forward: to the officer could prevent him, the description in that very neighborliood."
11- ":"Then site led him to'a corner, hastily through the room. She was the light than he exclaimed : prisoner picked up Baby Bobinet, and An'a mans looked in the window
|\VI'here the heavy clouds were banked, attracted by the fur collar he wore "Great :Mercury \V ee' been kissed her again and again, while the after a bit," said Bobinet.
;And this lazy little Sunbeam about his throat, and the hunted ex robbed 1These 1 are all paste !1" tears rolled down his cheeks. Your honor," explained the
: Hud'his little
5rffr .: person spanked. pression his colorless face. As he Examination proved it, and more Baby Bobinet, pleased beyond tive, I did look in at the window,and
;. t Till he-'said! "he'd mind his papa; passed rapidly across the room, he besides. The tray itself, notwithstanding words, laughed and crowed merrily at saw this very child on the floor."
.:Gnessofl!Thought he'd'twas go ancllight.horrid playing the earth tramp, up; drew handkerchief from his pocketand the worn velvet. .,'was declaredto once more finding herself in papa'sarms. "Now, Bobinet," asked Mr. Allen
: ;Xiikoja useful little lamp" wiped the moisture from his forehead be a make up. anxiously, try and tell us what day:
f Baby Bobinet stared in a placid The amazed diamond merchant now A child's la.ugh-a strange sound saw this man ?"
+AI t :'So Right he tame: among down: thedripping in a hurry,wheat; way at the intruder's exit, and then "saw the 'game." The whole trick indeed to be heard in such a placea you'. They tooked papa 'way next day."

Ki sedJ the yellow grain and poppies went across the room to pick up one became clear aaday, as,it flashed, upon laugh so innocent, so pure, so musical "When cross-examined it was impossible
: Till they were all dry'and sweet; of the glass marbles which had evidently him' that,the.first visit of the elegantly- that it -must' have startled the to break Bobinet's testimony
>'Dried the white and stately lilies, come in contact with the brisk- attired gentleman s 'one;. of discovery ghosts of by-gone perjuries, and oaths; in the slightest degree. The prosecution -
And,the roses full of fun, ly-moving toe of the stranger.The and intended to create' confidence.The and mockeries, which haunt the mod- were obliged to desist. The
N :And the red and yellow.tulips. marble had an especial attrac- ,costumer'.had ,carefully studiedthe ern temples of justice. sweetness of Baby Bobinet's
Till 'his work was fulldone..
>. tion for the little maid ; and when diamond tray, even to the worn How it touched the hearts of the temper, through all the badgering,
w SJ 3 : '.'Then'the New Moon, his sweet mother, :Mrs. O'Glinty came in from the, and frayed velvet' lining. Returning spectators, and penetrated the breastsof was remarkable. All thoughts of his
mli ; :. '.And;Laid lie him said in that her.shining he was sorry bow,," grocer's, she held it up admiringly, in a few days,with a false tray and those who from day to day had own perilous position were chased
i: As she rocked him to and fro. that the dame might observe it. paste stones, in size and number to grown callous from the continual hear- away from the father by his admira-
Jm j "Troth, an' yer an angelgossoonbut correspond with the genuine, he had ing of theft and murder and all un- tion of his daughter's sweet serenity.
d' :; ..A .t TOnY OF THE STREET. I can't be afther playin'with ye parleyed over the operation. Pendingthe cleanliness For a moment the damna- The testimony of the detective and
'now. Daddy'll be wantin' his bite, discussion and examination of the tory evidence of Baby Bobinet was :Mrs. O'Glinty went to confirm Bobi
iE1 "We will begin by saying that a per- I'll warrant ye; for it's sharp the gems and the drawing, the street forgotten, as they saw her sparklingeyes net's story.And .
1 son.dressed up in.a strange, fantastic ,weather is outside, my darlint !I" and fakir had entered, and, in'one of the and rosy cheeks-many wishing now a new sensation was introduced
t M { manner, and going about the streets, then she hustled out of the room, with clerk's unwary moments, the false tray God might have ,cause just such a lit- when another frog dress was
distributing circulars, selling patent the closing admonition : "Now be had been! substituted; and the valua- tle blossom to bloom in their hearts. brought into court, which must have
l! I medicines, or advertising some house afther gittin' yer gew-gaws in the box bles transferred to a convenient re The young advocate's soul sank been made for a twin brother of Teddy
t i or business by show-cards, is called a Daddy'll be here in a pig's whistle." ceptacle'in the costumer's ulster. It within him at this episode ; he was Banker. This had been found by an
u "' street fakir.." ,Baby Bobinet made haste to put up was the old stall and sneak.game convinced of Teddy .Banker's innocence officer, and it began to seem possible
v When Teddy Banker came home inthe her treasures, the better to devote her in a new shape. .; but it seemed as if Baby,Bobi that another person than the prisonerhad
disguise: .,of .a frog, his little girl, whole attention to the wondrous With all possible dispatch, Messrs. net.had clinched a felon's chain about assisted at the robbery.It .
: (Baby!, Bobinet, as she was called), "street rig" which. only her papa Asteroid & Offiffcus' had put the matterin her.father's wrist. : was certainly a mixed-up case,
f1 was rather; in doubt at first; but after might wear.' the hands ,of: the city detectives, A, thought, however, struck him ; and''to convict upon such slight evi-
..f a x the father had, explained matters, the :Another incident happened to di- and our hapless Teddy Banker had and he resolved, if possible, to turn dence would have been manifestly un-
t odd dress became. source of perpetual vert the damsel's attention ; and that been the first fruits of the official drag the incident to the advantage of his just. So at least thought the jury,
j-' d delight to her heart was a second' strange ,face, whose net.In client. At once addressing the judge, and father and daughter went out of
t. r It was Teddy's first employment bearded outlines she saw peering in at i a few days the trial came on, aud he said : court amid the cheers of the audience.
1'' : since rheumatism had taken him prisoner the window. But it was quickly gone Widow O'Glinty, with the perversityof Your honor, in view of this unex- Facts came to light shortly there-
' fEH! and obliged him to resign the also, and Baby Bobinet gave her whole her sex, resolved to see it out." She pected revelation, I would like to ask after, which established Teddy's inno-
Lead watchman's place of the Fidelity mind to gathering together her valua- could not resist the temptation. She this child some questions. The pris- cence beyond cavil. Two well known
i Bank." bles.The had attained sudden dignity among oner assures me that he knows noth- thieves'were "run in," the crime was
M' The!humiliation was a grievous one, next evening there was an her neighbors ; the arrest of her ing about this gem ; and we will explain placed where it justly belonged, and
I* i :-mnd Teddy was about to decline wear- event of a much more startling nature, boarder elevated her into a prominent away this matter-for, however Messrs. Asteroid & Carkus were en-
m :Ing the ugly .suit, when Baby Bobinet'a the like of which was quite beyondher position in their eyes ; and in responseto dark it may look, there is no desire on abled to recover the bulk of their
s r- ,infantile face came before him, and comprehension. the unanimous views of the folks, our part to conceal anything." property. '
.for her sake he concluded to parade Papa had just come in from the nothing less was expected of her. The gentlemen on the other side Dear little Baby Bobinet, when she
' it ;the busy thoroughfares in that dis- street, and put aside the mask, in or- Through the interposition of a policeman smiled derisively, but did not objectto .e grows up," can wear the pretty glass
,t guise., der to obtain his daughter's kiss in all a som 'what distant relative, letting the child testify. marble which came so near sendingher
} k 'Teddy's new employer was desirous. its purity, when the door was thrown she managed to. .secure.a' seat "way to Taking Baby Bobinet from her father to a felon's cell-for the
.t !'of. introducing to the attention of the : violently open, and two men laid the front." father's arms, Mr. Allen placed her diamond merchants had it set in a
" public a new brand of shaving soap, .. hands upon the indignant Teddy. Baby Bobinet was there, tooforthe upon the'table.. She seemed a trifle ring for her, as some reparation for
h! 'or toothpicks, (I can't now say which), Why they should take him away, or good woman conceived: that any- dazed, and looked, with wonder at the their false accusation.
:to which he had given the irrelevant tumultuously toss over and examinethe thing short of that would be doing great crowd. _
w_ :title of '' Jiin- ams." In the equally boxes, drawers and bed-clothes something less than her whole duty. The judge asked her a few questions, DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.
.r .t tfs : irrelevant dress of a frog he meant to throughout the house, Baby Bobinet Baby Bobinet looked bewitching in a to which she returned intelligent an-
.attract the attention of the buying could never understand ; but they didso. clean, white dress, with a blue sprig swers. He then remarked that who-
pi vjworlcj.lonelyfitting] and a blue ribbon in her curling locks ever would doubt the, simple word of ESTADLISI'.IED 1875.
'I! { breeches, of green Even the usually sage Mrs. ,O'Glintyhad -Mrs. O'Glinty having bestowed such an innocent creature would not
V ... <:!j3tuff, !came to" his, knees-continuing explanations to offer which much muscle and care in doing up be satisfied with any oath. --
l .!from ;:thence downward in vivid yel- could satisfy Bobinet'sperturbed mind. the darlint's dress." Teddy Banker looked at his child
1 low-and concluding in broad shoes, That worthy matron's humor oscil- It was with'the utmost difficultythat through misty eyes, as he brokenlysaid DRUGS and MEDICINES
!! painted to represent the splay-footed lated from a tearful mood to spirited the damsel could be restrained :
(}xpanse of a frog's extremity ; a coat, denunciations of'u perlicemen and from rushing toward the dock in search Now, Bobinet, you must answer
with : long and narrow tails, also of the detective force generally of her papa's strong arms ; but by these gentlemen,. and tell them the
'green, fitted closely about his body, During the afternoon, :Mr. Stickem, means of specious promises the child truth. Papa is here, and no harm HORSEY & CO.
} :and was liberally splotched with black, the boisterous, proprietor of "Jim- was detained, and,made to amuse her- shall come to you !" ,
j :the breast being of deep yellow; while' I Jams called and put a new string on self with several marbles, which :Mrs. With childish simplicity Baby Bobi-
a mask, with huge, goggle eyes, completed Mrs. O'Glinty's'Hibernian harp. Mr. : O'Glinty had :induced.;Baby Bobinet net smiled back an answer, and then
.,! the outfit. Stickem had come to recover his prop- !, to bring with,her to relieve the tedium threw him'a kiss from her rosy finger = PHARMACISTSCentre l=
Of course the street arabs" could erties ; he kuew Banker was in trouble, of the trial. tips. .
r not resist an instinct, natural to every and in quod" also; but the public The Court assigned, young man of Bobinet, where did you get that
I ; boy, !to pelt Teddy with orange and must not suffer for lack of Jim-Jams ;" clever attainments to defend Teddy diamond ?" asked lawyer Allen. Street.FERNANDINA .
:banana skins, and objects of a more he must.have another man to perigri- i Banker; and to the evident discom- She looked questioningly at her
;solid.'character-it being, apparently nate the streets in the suit, that he fiture of,Mr. Asteroid, it now looked father, and he said to his attorney : FLORIDA,
the incontestable right of every urchin must; he really hoped the detectiveshad : as if the complainants would not be Show her the diamond, call it a
to stone bull-frogs, from jEsop's day left the suit ; it hadn't' been a 'able to secure Teddy's conviction.. marble,and she 'will answer you." KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort
down to the present. doin' of anything against the peace Aside from the "frog dress," therewas Thispretty, glass marble, Bobinet and DOMESTIC of FRESH and PURE FOrEIGN
Baby Bobinet could not know this, and dignity of the commonwealth. nothing but good to be heard of Did your papa give it to you ?" ques-
and her papa's costume.was a source He confessed he would be out of the prisoner. The Fidelity Bank had tioned the lawyer. Drugs and Chemicals
of unmitigated pride, in which her delight pocket, but "JimJams"must not .. a good character to bestow on I him, "No, sir; the mans lost it."
!. never lessened. Baby Bobinet suffer ; he would be obliged to order through the testimony of one:: of its "Whatman, Bobinet?" Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines,
was the.priceless treasure which Teddy"Banker's another suit at once. officers, and there was no past bad A mans wif a white face, what
: wife had bequeathed to him Mrs.. O'Glinty persuaded the aggrieved records to assail Teddy. corned frew and frighted Bobinet. Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
some five years before, and the legatee Stickem to give her the bottom While Mr. Allen, Teddy's counsel, Where was ;Bobinet?"
cherished the little sunbeam with a facts" concerning Teddy's arrest, was in the midst of an eloquent 'de- 11ie playin'on a floor wif my FINE TOILET ARTICLES,

devotion to which all other' objects which may thus be summarized : .. fence of his client, in which Mrs. things." PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.
ivere'small. indeed. Some ,days before; a fashionably- .O'Glinty was' thoroughly absorbed, .to Where was papa?"
Teddy Banker ,occupied two rooms, dressed young man had alighted from : the neglect ,of Baby Bobinet, that Tumin' home" IN GREAT VARIETY.
with.an honest, Irish widow, :Mrs. 0'- his carriage, in front of the 'establish young lady, whose thoughts were all 'Vhere'wa Mrs. O'Glinty?"
I a llinty.. and Baby Bobinet remained in ment of Messrs. Asteroid & Carkus, with. her father, managed to slip Dittin' fingsJor papas: supper." Prescriptions
; her charge during the tireless wan- arid had requested to be shown some quietly offthe seat, and was industriously What did the man say?" Physicians' at
: t|?rings of the street fakir" unset diamonds. A tray of gems had picking her way through the ",.Nofin-him just run'd frew !" carefully compounded with pure Drugs,

; !! After her father,' no one fostered been placed'before him ;.,and the cus- : crowd .to the dock." Mrs. .O'Glinty "Did he give,the marble to ,you?" reasonable. prices. .,

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Standing Committees of the Florida Traveler's Guide. .Sheriff's Sale.UNDER Application for License. I I r : ;

Legislature and by virtue of an execution To the ,Board .of Gmnty Onrtnuimoners of
t !SENATE.On TRANSIT A PENINSULAR: RAILROAD. out of the Circuit'Court. Fourth Bissau 'County, State of Florida:

Day Passenger Train leave*- Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau County,
Judiciary-r. Mallory, Chairman ; I respectfully ask-t be granted it licence r
Me+rs.. McKinne, Cooper Bryson and For Cedar Key and Wild wood and in a suit in said Court.determined' in fur the sale or'ales, wines and liquors.in the LLINERy1!
all points Transit Road10.25 3. m. P. I. Courier is plaintiff and Clarence N. .
Stripling- Savannah and all points North Brewster defendant, arid George Henry gar- town of Callahan, and enclose herewith. the ...............................-............................:
On dllc:1tion-lr. Cull Chairman ; signatures: of a majority of the legally reg-
Messrs.' OrnidU., Huberts McKinne and and West................................10.25 a.'nn. nishee. I have levied! upon and will sell at istered: voters of this precinct. as. required by
Callahan. auction in front of the Courthousein -\T-'
Baker. (connecting at ) public ; law.

On Finance and Taxation-Mr. Crill, For Tallahassee, Pensacola and all the city of Fernandina.. on Monday, the [Signed.] I. D. HIGGIXBOTHAM.We ..
Chairman ; MuVs-rs, Gaskins. McKinne, Hankins points on tI)( .Florida Central & 2nd day of February, A. D. 1885, all the right, KIKG'SBAZAR!

and Stripling. Western Railroad..10.25 3. m. title and interest 'which George Henry had the undersigned registered voters of

On Claims-Mr. Speer. Chairman ; Messrs. (connecting at Baldwin.) .on the 27th day of May, 1882. or at any time Election District No. 9, of Nassau county. -,
Lesley, Gaskins, Burnani and Chandler. Day Passenger Train (arrives thereafter in and to Lot; one ((1)). Section fourteen Florida, respectfully request that the Board

On' State) Boundaries-Mr. Neal Chairman From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and ((14). Township two ((2)). North, Range of County Comm iuuers'uf Nassau county, HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS,

; JIe:!srs. Roberts, Cooper, Mountain all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 p. in. twentyeightY(28)( East. containiiig fiftyfouracres. Florida do grant Isaiah D. Higginbothain i

and Sainmis.i From Savannah and all points in the right to sell distilled and: malt liquors at FEATHERS, LACE FLOWEBS.
On Cbmmerce and Navigation-Mr. Mallory the North and West................. 4.35 p.m. Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. I Callahan. in the above named district.
Orman Ba- From Tallahassee Pensacola. and A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff J 0 'London Jones his
Chairman Messrs. Lesley, Geer x mark,
ker and Hankius.On all points on the Florida CentralS l Fernandina, Fla., January 3, 1885. I'I'T Holland, his x mark, Amos Denetield, A Foil Line of Elegant Late and Mall Ficiis i

I in migration-Mr., Mann, Chairman ; Western Railroad................ 4.35p.m. Tony Conover, his x mark, Tobias Jones,
In the Circuit
Messrs.! Jones, Grill, Stripling and Chand- Night Pd/fftr'ger.railllcave8- Court, his x mark, Samuel Jones, his x mark, H CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS.

For Cellar Key Wildwood, and all FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU W:Thompson, his x mark,'Hump Jones, hisx

ler.On Agriculture-Mr. Lee. Chairman ; points on the Transit Road....... 5.30 p. m. COUNTY, FLORIDA. mark. J D IIi inbotluun, JV Sheffield, Linen Collars and Kid Gloves,.
Messrs.! Mann. Williams, Net 1 and Cole. For Savannah and all points North D.vID'Vn.50N and EBEN")) Mack[ Rollins, Sherrard General Horace !

On Public Printing-Mr. Gaskins Chair- and West............ .................... 5.30 p. In. HUNTING, doing business II Braddock Jacob Pendarvis, his x mark, I All of the Latest
I Styles.!
man Messrs. Mallory, McKinne. Landrum (connecting at Callahan.) as WILSON & HUNTING, Allan O iI\'ic. W J Thompson. J H Sauls,
and Proctor.On For Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all vs' I I Attaclinient.I :Owen Jones Burney B Bryant, Moses
Unrolled Bills-Mr. Hendricks. Chairman the Florida Central & JOHN H. BOYNTON, doing Amount $1,700. Chapman, Win Crain, his x mark E.G FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS;,

; Messrs. Cooper, Lee Hankins and Western Railroad.................... 5.30p.m. ., business under the name Bond. 3400. Stewart James A Braddock his: X mark.
Martin. (connecting at Baldwin.) and style of JOHN BOYN- I James 0 Burney, his x mark, John Williams Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.

On Cbrplrations-Mr. Delano Chairman ; Train arrivesFront TON'S SON.DEFENDANTS. J his x mark, \V B Boothe, James H
Messrs. MK5nne, Hankins, Landrum andSammis. Night Passenger Jones, James T Allbritton, C K Buford. J )
Cedar Key, Wildwood, and WILL
N Higginbotham Mesheck his
J JOn x
all points on the Transit Road... 8.50 a. in. of suit in the above + +-
Mr. mark H C Johnson H Moses
City; : and County Organization- Thompson,
Crill From Savannah and all points in entitled cause attachment issued out of Lang, D C Crews, his x mark. J K Crews
Mnitntien 1r.KilllChairl1Ian and );[artin.On ; .Messrs. Mallory, the North and West................. 8.50 a. in. the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit his x mark, Jacob Young, his x mark,, I SUMMER GAl\lES. f ft ',

)Militia:Mr.Orman, Chairman; Messrs. From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and in and for the County of Nassau, and are Enethy Sauls, his x mark, JV Swarts, -+++++- I II I II i II II II II I L It I .
Florida Central & ,
all points on notified to in said cause on or before I. ,
and Proctor.On Neil Thomas his x mark, Matthew J All-
N'eel, Williani ,1C.ottrell Western Railroad.................... 8.50a.m. the first Monday in April next or judgmentby britton q
Legislative Expenses Mr. Roberts, Charles: K Murrhee, John High-
Chairman ; MC Srs. Lesley, Gaskins, Delano FERNANDINA fc JACKSONVILLE R. R. default will be entered therein upon fail- tower, John Williams, his x mark, Henry Croquet Sets ,and Base-Ball Bats, ;

and Sammis. Train leaves daily, except SundayFor ure on the part of said defendant to plead Bradley, Sr.. his x mark, Graham Crews, I"

On Indian .\ffilirs-Jr. Williams Chair- Jacksonville........................11.10 a. m. answer or demur to the declarations filed his x mark, Henry Bradley, his x mark, MARBLES, KITES, ETC.
man ; Messrs. Whidden, Lesley, Mountien For Jacksonville ........................ 5.10 p. in. in said cause on or before the first Monday John Copland. his x mark;James R Green,
and Burnnin. ill May, 1885. H. J. BAKER John Blake, Win Thornton, his x mark. -\1.80-
Train arrives daily except SU71day-
On Privileges;; and Elections-Mr. Lesley, From Jacksonville............;........10.10 a. m. JOHN A. EDWARDS, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Melton A Clapp, his x mark, Malachi Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons..

Chairman; : Messrs.. Orman, Cooper, Sheppard From Jacksonville...................... 4.12 p. m. Clerk of the Circuit Court Thompson, his x mark, Alberty Braddock J.
and Cole Esau Ciioen. his x mark, J B Carroll, W W ., .;
... SLfHYUonly- In and for the County of Nassau Fla. t
lcI lI1ne. Chairman Boothe, B G Dyal, Britt Tihmm. James
On Appropriations)lessns.J c1ano. Gaskins, Hankins and From Jacksonville .....................10.38a. m. Fernandina. Fla., Dec. 27' 1884-3mo. Hargo, his x mark, T Thomas, his x mark, KING'S BAZAR, i

Chandler.On; ; For Jacksonville ........................ 4.00 p. n1. In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial G W Dyal, J A McIntosh, \V H Wingate, Ii

Fisherie Mr. Cottrell, Chairman ; MALLORY LINE. Circuit Nassau County H J Davis, his x mark, Archibald Davis hisx Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.. Fcrnan ina_ I;

Messrs.Orman.Cooper Sheppard and Baker.On For New York direct, by steam- Florida, Chancery.. mark, William Johnson his x mark. \V C .
State Affairs-Mr. Whidden, Chair, ships State of-Texas or.City of J Thornton, his x mark, John Carroll, his x
lima; Messrs. Lesley, Jones. Hankins and San Antonio Thursday evening 7.00p.m. LOVIE EUGENIA SUTTON' ",' mark, M M Carroll, A Carroll, his x mark, $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT \\\I//V/\| j!
vs. }[ DIVORCE. B J Carroll, E L Carroll Grisslie Thomas
Stripling.On( From New York direct by City of :u-
Railroads? and Tf'Il'graphslr. Cooper San Antonio and State of Texas, DAVID HUNTER SUTTON. J Joseph W Ireland J J Atkinson, Sr, John ON receipt of $5 :we =" 4 f'-:::: -:/':: .

Chairman > Messrs. Speer, Orman, Whid every Friday........ .................. 3.00 P. nl. ON MOTION OF THE' COMPLAINANTby Nettles, his x mark, D Burnett, his x mark, will! send you an'Elec- :/ =1 :::::::
den and Baker. LINE. her counsel, John T. fc. George W. Jerry M Keen. Abram Woods: his x mark.Step'hen trio Lamp. BurglarAlarhis :::::: :''::-.3)J z:
On Public I.ands-Ir. Jones, Chairman ; CHARLESTON & FLORID.8TEAMSIIU' Walker, (it being made to appear to my satisfaction Cohen, his x mark J T McCall, A $1. Call Bells ., m. -_' -
Messrs. Williams, Crill, Mountien and Bur- For Charleston by steamship Cityof that the Judge of the Fourth Circuit J Boothe, C B Smith::) Raymond Cay, "Jacob $1. Electric Gas LightSJL s

natn. Monticello, every Wednesday.From of Florida i is disabled by illness to at- Goodman his x mark, David Green, John er, Telegraph Instruments -- .

A8'EM! LY. Charleston, by same steamer tend to the duties of his office), and, on reading Boothe. Joshua Miller his x mark, \V M Medical Batteries -, := '.

every Sunday..... ............... p. in. and considering the Bill and the Crews, his x mark Lewis Hall, Neebam &c. >m;
On Judiciary-Mr. Young. Chairman; For Charleston, by steamship Cityof affidavit thereto attached it is ordered thata Turner F C Higginbotham, J W Keen. A "In regard to your new Electric Light

Messrs. Crawford, Perkins.Valker, Jr., Palatka, every Sunday. hearing be had on the facts charged in the Higginbotham A D Carroll, B F Crawford, we think you will be exceedingly successful a''

Palmer, Perrenot, Miller of Marion and Ow- From Charleston, by same steamer said Bill on the first Monday in May, 1885, Jim Sauls, R W Spann, H Lake Wash Hary, in securing its universal adoption..

ens of.Gadsden. every Wednesday................. p. m at W Goodman, his x mark, T W McIntosh,j'F: Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIELD
On Finance and Taxation-Mr. Hicks, ST. MARYS RIVER. Chambers.THOMAS F. KING, Judge. Cooper H S Higginbotham, his x mark, W 737 Broadway, N.y." t

Chairman ; Messrs. Cone. Head, Snow, Lyle" Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- January 3d, 1885. 10-3m N Knight, J C Crawford, his x mark Jury "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests!! 'C
(Jrady, White Byrne and Weeks.On HV Grant. D W Thomas of I believe
For St. Marys and Crandall, Tues George, Large, your new Electric Light. you 3
Commerce and Navigation-Mr. Ewan, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Dana A C Jones, B F Sanders, his x mark, will find no difficulty in bringing it into
Chairman Messrs. Niblack, day and Friday....................... 3.00p.m.
; Bryant of For St. Marys and Dungeness, on FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU J R Dyal his x mark, J C Keen, his x' general use. Eastern Man. "Northwestern :
Tate and Wilkinson
Figueredo, Monroe.: mark, Robert Goodman Jr, Willis Jones, Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM.
Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p. m. COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Nassau. Crawford For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, his x mark, R M Googe, Sutton Harkless, "We take pleasure in stating that the tests
On Railroads and Canals-Mr and Jacob Goodman, Sr, his x mark J I Cross, we made of your Electric Light proved perfectly :: -
Chairman Messrs. Kirk. Niblack, White, Monday Thursday............ 8.00a.m. DEXTER HUNTER, 1
; Jackson Dukes, his x mark, James W Higginbothaui satisfactory. You will have a large-
Rush; Yone; ,;Himes, Gudenrath and Wil- Steanter Martha arrives vs. I ATTACHMENT J D Higginbotham E T Johnson. and ready sale. Yours truly, _
kerson. of Marion.On From St. Marys and Crandall, Qn ,* S W Knight, G W Barber. Earl Davis, RICHARDS & Co.,
Corporations-Mr. Palmer, Chairman ; Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. Doing business'under1 tTie $1,(>63.00: W B David '
F S Williams Y.
and of JohnBoynton's J Bradley, McGlew 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue, N.
name style
Messrs. McLean Adams Owens of Duval From St. and
: Marys Dungeness, ,
J D Turner, James Hall, William Peterson, The above testimonials explain them-
Son.SAID .
Perrenot Owens of Gadsden and Forrest.
on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a. m. W R Smith, Redic R Thornton, Joseph
On' Public Printing Mr. Grady Chair From St. and selves.WE
Mary's King's Ferry, DEFENDANT JOHN H. BOYN-
Jones, his x mark Mack Jones, his x mark,
man; Messrs: Ewan McLean, Robinson of Tuesday and FrIday................. 2.00p.m. doing business as John Boynton'sSon his WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.
B John Brown D M
J Lyons, x mark. G. W. FOSTER & CO.,
Jackson, McLeod. Emmons, Osgood, Byrd. ) will take notice of the
------ :: hereby com-
------- his
R mark D L
Sparkman. Bryant, x Nor- 45-3m 21'Park Row N. Y.
On"Engrossed Bills-Mr. Adams, Chair- Notice. mencement of the above entitled suit by
PostOffice W Norton J M Norton James
ton, Cope-
man t Messrs. Ashmore Miller of Washington Attachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth land J K Carroll. Wni Branch. C B Hall _. -.. _
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. u -
Robinson of Wilkinson Jr.
Gibbs, 'of.Duvnl l, Lyle.Orange, Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of W L Loyd, A M Powell, J T Gill, A Davis ; ;
Nassau Florida and is notified to
; appear, W H Bostick Charles Vance R
Money Orders and Registered Letters from Henry
On Enrolled Bills-Mr. McLeod Chair-
-Messrs] Snider Gibbs, of Jefferson 8:00 A. :M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 P.M plead or demur to the declaration filed Stewart, J B Gwynn, J S Carroll, Charles .f t
man Quincy, ,
j therein, on or before the first Monday in
James F Davidson A 0 Green hisx
to 3:30 p. in.ARRIVAL Floyd, ,
; Middleton, Taylor, McCaslin. March next, or judgment by default will be Alexander Harris John
mark Bryant,
On : State titl1tions-Mr. Tumblin, AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE :MAILS.
taken herein on behalf of Dexter Hunter,
Smith J J Ed-
Green Wimberly Bailey
Chairman Messrs. Brewer, Chaires Croft, .
; Transit & Peninsular Railroad- the plaintiff above named.R. mundson W H Maxwell.We -

Powell, I'eeplesJames, Robinson of Nassau.On Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45 p. M. W. DAVIS, the, undersigned, hereby certify that
Public J..ands-Ir. Kirk, Chairman ; Brings mails from the North, the H. J. BAKER. whose the
the in
Messrs. Kellv'' Richards Owen of Duval, Gulf persons names appear
coast, Transit and Peninsular Attorneys for Plaintiff. the
foregoing petition, signed same, or at-
Al tnian, Taylor, Frazier, Hicks. railroads. Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 28, 1884. l-3m tached their marks thereto in our presence,

On.Militia-Mr.head, Chairman ; Messrs, Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 A. M. and that neither fraud, bribery deception
Solomon* Monroe, McLean, Brack, Emmons. Takes mails for the North, the In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial used in said
was procuring signatures or
Gibbs ()f JeIFe son, James. Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular Circuit, itr and for the marks.

On Privileges and Elections-Mr. Over- roads.LC'CSburg County Nassau, Florida, .
street, Chairiiian ; Messrs. Chains, Ewan, train arrives daily......... 8:40 A. M. Josiah II. Prescott 1| W. HIGGINBOTHAM. r&i y x- } rl
Walker, :.Jr., Brvar.t, Palmer, Owens of Brings Western mail only.
Gadsden and jRibbs of Duval. vs. I notice of JOHN D. HIGGINBOTHAM.
On incatilln-\r.' Quincy, Chairman Fenianitma & Jacksonville Railroad- John H. Boynton doingbus- }t Attachment / Ro4nC'

Jiesslls.j Tate, Herndon, Cone, I'erkins, Robinson -; Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A.I. iness under the name and j f Amount State of Florida, ] }
Orange; Owen of Duval and Alex- Brings the Jacksonville and St. style of John Bovnton's I Sworn to County of Nassau. JOn
ander., John's river mails. Son. j 1000. this 7th day November, A. D. 1834,

On Public Roads and Highways-Mr. Closes daily except Sunday.........10:30 A. M. above named defendant, John H. personally appeared before me I. D. Hig in-

Robinson of Jackson, Chairman ; Messrs. Takes the Jacksonville,St.J Ohl1's THE of the City of New York, doing botham, to me well known, who being duly

Kelly, XshnmreVtmore, Robinson of River and Northern mails. business under the name and style of sworn, deposeth and says, that each and i

Orange, CHntf n and Croft. Sunday Jail- John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to every name or mark affixed to the above

On Legishlive Expenses-Mr. Bryant. Jacksonville and St. John's River, enter his appearance in and to the above en- petitio'n.Va the act and deed of the party WfnOarRij} J t

Chairman ; (essrs. Snow, Robinson of arrl ves....................................;10:25: A. M. titled attachment suit commenced against purporting to have signed the :same, and
Orange, :.Wetinore. Green, Middleton, Os- Northern mail arrives................. 9:00 p. M. him in said court by Josiah II- Prescott that said signatures were signed in the ,rYu IgJiew i'li
good and: Niblack. Jacksonville, St. John's River and Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in presence of at least two creditable witnesses, E;

On Claims-Mr. Byrne Chairman ; Messrs. the North closes....................... 6:00 A. )(. January, 1885, and to plead or demur to the and that there was no fraud, bribery or de- ie'DJJ.'J) I Ii ,v
Herndon; Croft, Robinson of Nassau, Miller} Jacksonville and St. John's River declaration filed therein on or before the ception in procuring; said signatures or

Hf Gadsden. Peeples and Wilkerson of)Ia- only, closes.............................. 4:00: p. M. first Monday in February, 1885, or judgment marks of said persons, whose names appear Opening December 1,1884: Closing! May 31.1385 i.f !
Tin!). SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M. will be entered against him by default. signed to the foregoing petition.
On City j and County Organizatien-Mr; H.' J: BAKER, I. D. HIGGINBOTHAM.Subscribed -UNOKK TIIK ArsriC.-K.S OK TIIK- I E.
Owens Chairman Messrs. Mc- Attorney for Plaintiff above suit.J. and, sworn to before me this
ofjGadsden. ;
Lend, Carter, Snider, Yonge, Tumblin, For- FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. 7th day of November, A. D. 1884. United States t EIU] I'iirIiEnt. .. .

rest and Sneed. Fernandina, Fla., September G, 1884-3m CHAS. H. BERG I! t..
On r.iculture-r. Chaires, Chairman ; I FOR SALE CHEAP: 't n-_ Notary Public. t

Messrs. Powell, Miller of Gadsden. Washington AND SLABS, Sheriff's\ Sale. In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial $1.300,00'0t

: Brewer. Alt riian.and McCaslin. EDGINGS 10 cents per load. and by'virtue of"decree of fore- Circuit Nassau.County Fla. Appropriated l hy the (iener sil l;"": iMiiei, l. f
On Mr. Green Chairman UNDER
Immigration- ; ROUGH LUMBER, of a mortgage issued out of the Lettie Millervs. ) ,
Messrs Oversfreet:: McLeod, Figueredo' Richards Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Nas- I Notice of $500.000f f
McLean and Frazier. $5 to.$16 per M ft., John H. Boynton doing business l attachment.Amount .
sau county, in a suit determined, wherein ,
On Indian \.tfairs-\Ir.: Kelly, Chairman ; according to quality. Warren F.Scott is Plaintiff and Moses Rob- under the name and Contril>ntrd I by the CilU i-t of New "'.., *. 4 n

Messrs. Black. Ewan, Smythe, Perkins, DRESSED LUMBER, inson Defendant I have levied upon and style of John Boynton's J sworn to$400 I ;
Bryant and Wilkinson of Nassau. $200,000
$12 to $20 M. feet. ,
On per will sell at public auction in front of the Son.::)

Post Routes-Mr. Himes Chairman ; Orders by Telephone promptly attended to court house, in the city of Fernandina, on above named defendant, John H. I Appropriated 1 hy Mexico., r rI i
Messrs. Brewer Miller Washington.. Os- THE iI
the first Monday in February, A. D. 1885 of the City of New York, do- I
good, )Middleton Solomon and Byrd.On WILLIAM B. C. ,DURYEE, being the second day'' ofsaid month, all the ing business under the name and style of I $100OOO; t.i t. i

,Appropriations} Gudenrath, Chair- Steam Saw and Planing :Mill. right, title and interest of the said Moses John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to I Appropriated hv l the Slate of f.oiiiMn*. ,
man\ ; Messrs. Ashmore, Perrenot, Wetmore, Office foot Centre Street. 8 Robinson' in and to the following described enter his appearance in and to the above i Ii

White.On Fi Herndon, Rush and Tate.Chairman premises, to-wit : Lot three((3)), Section six ((6)) entitled attachment suit commenced against I $100.0O. ;
hl'rie.s-\Ir. Solomon
; him by Lettie.Miller, plaintiff, on or before
C. C. STRATTON & CO. Township two ((2), North of Range Twenty-
Messrs.\ Grady, Robinson of Jackson, Robinson !h r the City of New OrJeln'\
eight ((28)) East containing one hundredacres the first Monday in January, 1885, and to I Appropriated ;,
.Nassau McLean Adams and Wash
demur to the declaration filed in
more or less. plead or I
OF MACON From $5000 to $25.000
ington.On f'
said before the first Monday in
Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.J. cause on or !
Pnblis Health Mr. Chairman l h" il,U- >tatshies
Snow ; Appropiiitrd I Jnmmu-r : j
1885 or judgment by
A. ELLERMANN: February
rc MADE THE I alai l'barign Ci ,mots. .t
?')rs. Overstreet, Solomon, Powell and HAVE BRO'S, .Sheriff.Nassau county. be entered against you., I ::- ,

Fi I1Nedn. ized Fla., the author- Fernandina, Fla., January 3, 1884. II. J. ,BAKER. I E..fy State and Territory i n the Union r-pr* ,ot d., "
Special Standing Committee on Temperance Agents to contract for the sale of their Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit. and nearly alt the Lfii-An-g. Nation and
-Mf. Carter. Chairman Messrs. Mimes Jf! Coonm of tie 110.10.
; '. A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court.J '. U.
Wilkinson, Jr., of Santa Rosa, Ashmore and BRICK ISE1V, CHEAP.AND, 6. 1884. ----
lames. !: IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties GOOD. Fernandina, Fla.. September I II The Biggest Exhibit! the Biggest:! Building! and tie i

__ _'n _. ___.__ : Biggest Industrial Event in the
,\' to purchase will all information IES BOILER fli
JPahwbte Orange Lands for Sale. get I 'Aoriu's Historj
as regards prices from them. f PATENTSlIUNX' '
Tracts containing\ twenty acres each of Samples of different! qualities and -NEW AND SECOND HAND.- ..I \rr..Ir.ATIO"f" ?,'.,I: I::. r r...r. .l.,-vr.I'Y iwrflhnt: I I
stylescan I CO)1.1: :. ..'. ,"I"'j :n..%!':-.'. r iciicrr
choice, ]high Hammock land on Orange Lake be seen at the- office of ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY| LOW PRICES CO.. of the Sc: xTmnCAMERICAN. continue II or ...n._; ..: : r..... 't;... .ar 't.YI l'
suitable fW orange :growing and truck farming MODE BRO'S, to net ni Solicitors for J'atents Caveats Trade -iI;' .\<.I: .M.I' > t
are now; offered for sale. These landsare 26 Combbed Orange Box and Shingle Machine Marks. Copyrights, for the United State. Canada I '
.Fernandina. Eagle Gin, Saw Mill, Planer, Ieaws teA England France, Germany etc. Hand Book aboutiVfpits (I The cbwa,":-.-1- )i r.Yt. "-r MI/utYl. d
very conveniently situated for transportation 'k for fafalogne and Prices,Tipfore buying.BANDLE sent free. Titirt}-<...T*n)'('11"'expcrit; nce. ,llir .-tm'.'," "i -. :1-r.1-n. ruwr.i: fur .'I rt
by water or rail, and will be sold on Bleached Cotton.. P: tentsohrrinedthran-! MUN'X & CO.arc noticed I 1 '' ','' '} :... :"
ScrKXTiric A AX.the lamest. t est.and I ." ., .
In the mitt .
.. .n.rf'io.: "
terms to suit Titles' J. fc T. KYPD DU6AN HY j For Jli"rIt
purchasers. re unquestionable. l are now selling yard-wide & GO. most T-klely rirenljited jH-ientiScpascr. ?3.IOu yenr.WrcS'lr v ir'KfCK. iUiretiialatiwr I
.; Also valuable timber lands in Bleached Cotton fine and soft finish, at the ,',,'(-""ul enirravin-ra and iTitrstinK in- .iI )? :.. U I F.;. 'C.' C. N:' ,;!III l .
large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, low priceof 7 cents a ,yard. -All standard 65, 67, 69, ELfl 1. ST., CINCINNATI! a form-'" H-ttfr" n. t-'iKJCimpnoopy 1 Art\'ACU..S P--iiliCc ILXTiriCA.XEUICAN Ariorir : tY 0.... t :-. i., !

February: 10, 1882, Fernandina; Fla. brands as low as can be bought anywhere. (Write for Catalogue: and'tI- .t1CJ1 this paper.) O;;cc.2SI: Boadxarew Yurr:. - -'- --------
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!. ': THE. FLORIDA'.' MIRROR : .EEBRUARY- 7, 1885: :
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TIIE FLORIDA MIKKOR. portation over long lines; that the "THE STATE; FAIR. shown superiority of the means tage of both corporators and CnmnIl1l1it\.." ]It

hone 'rite br portion it is always The State'Fair; now being held, at of civilized warfare' have been defeated makes'no difference as tri'tiie. text of a'char, .
GEORGE R; FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. the and Jacksonville is the most successful ter; a contract ha*no'binding force without
I largest is therefore felt to, be by the usual resort of the
V a consideration, and a
Subscription. 82 per year;, six months. >SI. i unjust. As the principal.. outlay in exposition ever'lield in: Florida. It lower race-treachery and cunning.We sense means nothing more consideration nor less I : than in this|

J building. is in the road- is especially strong in the exhibit. of 'shall all hope that the gallant equivalent. A charter that would bind an.
014icecorner, Ce t.and First streets,.second floor a
bed and iron, the cost of transportation fruits and woods. The wonderful Gordon is still alive and will be res railroar'a company to carry freight and passengers .

I 3. RATE OF ADVERTISING. : is divided between the use, of expansion of fruit culture throughout cued. at a merely nominal price would be
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents. for .theeastern and'southern portionsof no charter; if it, bound the people to pay
the motive
; power and cars as'one
such exorbitant
f prices that
each subsequent insertion. THE STATE FAIR.' they could no't
'i-'Special local notices, 15 cents a line. factor and the interest on the cost of the State'is"here.evidenced. by the T afford to use the road, it would likewise bea

'; heading notices, 25 cents a line. the ,road and its repairs on the other.A large and splendid varieties of fruit A COMPLETE SUCCESS-AN ESPECIAL nullity.
Social rate for time advertisements upon appli exhibited and the number of locali-' FINE EXHIBIT OF 'AGRICULTURAL One party may agree to supply
ration at the office.Communications. railroad. in Illinois::; which. movesa anotherparty
.. 4 thousand' car loads of freight ties which have made an exhibit. AND IIORRICULTUTAL PRODUCTS.. with a certain thing 'at a certain time
per for a certain consideration
est Solicited<>-d from all upon parts all of matters the county of local and Inter-from week over its road can make a lower We are,very glad of this, as the'collection A visitor to,the present State Fair, j i I i the. consideration, commercially; and speakirT"although

along the lines of Florida railways. rate than road in Georgia or Flor- is in good:condition 'to go on being held.at Jacksonville, will haveno may be the bottom,price, yet the contract i Is
All communications intended for publication cause to the time of good, provided that the
ida which moves but one hundredcar to the 'Votld's.Exposition.in New regret or cost contracting Parties
should be addressed to the Editor; all business acted without fraud and from
letters simply to TIlE FLORIDA MIRROR. loads a week, as the greater the Orleans.: the trip. reasonable
..___ motives of mutual benefit. But
..d..... _- "* abudvof
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.i: m the A
: :: noticeable great'iInpro\emeI t is
business, the capital invested the Among ; machinery apparentin corporators and the public can have no such

.., ,-_SATURDAY. -,.- .FEBRUARY. 1885. road being a fixed sum, ,the greater exhibits is an orange wrapper, which all departments (if perhaps we legal l status; they are both a succession ;

THE. CONSTITUTION.*L, ..CO NVEXThe will be the income. There must, attracts much attention from its nov except the live stock, ), and this, we all the original parties to the charter may
die, and it would be absurd
TIO.\ and the of its work. are assured is not complete. and a violationof ;
; therefore, of necessity, be a higher elty rapidity yet the rights of.successors to insist
Legislature has now before it freight over the roads that do the The oranges are placed in a hopperand On entering the main building the fulfillment of a contiact which might on have the

n bill providing for the election of less business. The same complaint drop into a basket-shaped receptacle exhibit of the ,Disston Land Com been practicable and partly beneficial to the

members to the Constitutional Con- of ]local.freights is made everywhere, which gently lets them pany makes::; a very striking object. original parties but impracticable and fatal

vention. It provides simply for the : because we are always comparing the. down into the .centre of a sheet of Cane stalks measuring from ten to charter to their to successors.word::!it so that It really either invalidates a literal

ft: ,election of delegates in the same I rate'of the long haul with the short tissue papor, wlii'ch at. once wraps eleven feet, and groupes of artisti- a constitutional enforcement would at any or

'manner and the same in number as local haul, or with ,water transportation them by invisible hands, a dex- cally arranged "tassels," measuring time come in. conflict with the right of emi-

"the.existing representation ,of. the1wo' '. To do justice to the railroad tereous twist given to the ends, and twenty-four inches, impress the visi- nent domain.

4 houses of the General Assem- companies and also to the citizen requires the] orange ,rolls out into'a box. The tor with wonder, especially when informed a right\Ve started to find out fault to say'with that the the construction public have

: lily, making no provision for the election a very great amount of busi success of the machine will. depend that one year ago the lands on I repair and operation of railways. First as,

of delegates at large. This we ness experience, and.should be han on its being easily kept in order and which these brobdginaggian vegetables a rule, railroads are badly constructed-

regard as a serious omission The dled, very cautiously.. We are not the rapidity of its operation. An ex- grew (for monster cabbage and sharp curves, uneven superficial grades,

Wlit' essential principle of it Conventionof yet in a condition in Florida to shut hibition was also given of a simple reddish also attest the wonderful cross-ties light,flimsy, imperfect trestle-work rails and and bridges rotten .

.r+ the people is a full and fair rep- out capital or to discourage the con- apparatus, called.Hart's smoking ap- fertility of the soil) were submergedby as to repairs, they are not done track-laying in time.and;

resentation. We have already de- struction of the many miles of roadwe paratus; designed 'to protect groves the waters of the Okeechobee.Next :I often badly done, the principal reason being

monstrated the fact that according yet need to meet the growing in extremely cold weather. The apparatus a splendid exhibit of the the fact that the section bosses ''have too

4 to the present composition of our wants of the country. We are more consists ota:' shallow iron citrus family from the Indian river much to do'and too little help and materialto
perform the work allotted to them, and
legislature the larger and older deficient in railway transportationthan pan, about thirty inches square, con- district delight the practiced eye of too little pay for the work required of them.

f 'y -counties, have a much smaller representation any other people because our taining"coal.....>tar, '. lich, drops through the horticulturist. The gentlemenin Second, the whole system of railway man-

I in proportion to population fruit and vegetable products will not perforations in the bottom on. to a charge pointed out with keen appreciation agement of employees is not only bad econ-.

than the smaller counties. This fire below it the varieties omy, but it endangers the lives of the trav-
bear hauling in the ordinary way .by lighted keeping up a numerous eling public.

.M f. 'fact should be taken into view by team, which is both injurious and :dense and constant smoke. 'There and the vast improvement which From the fact that train hands are often

i +' the j; Legislature, and it should en- expensive. We do not believe the must be, of course: quite a number "careful selection had produced. reqnired to lose so much sleep that they are

deavor, as a matter of justice, ena- Legislature has the time to fully of these ,smokers to protect a large the orange family. entirely incapable of running a train with

1)le.the. people of these counties to consider so important a subject at grove. Another, orange machine is a Columbia county is also remarka- safety; eight hours on duty and eight hours
off is as much as any man should be allowedto
be heard at least on a general vote tin receiver to berused' well Starch from
ij ,. this session, and we are constantly by orange bly represented. perform on moving, trains. Sober men,

for.delegates-at-large. gaining ,the knowledge and experience pickers instead of the sack usuallyworn. the potato and cassava. are shown. fair pay, and efficient service is due to the

91 i 4AVe are sincerely anxious for the of our neighboring States. This, is the- invention, of. Mr. .Very fair specimens of the arrowroot public. We are apt to say the railroad lost

1 Tension of the Constitution in the Bowen, and seems to be a valuable both the root arid the flour of by such and such an accident. Not so,the
company makes up all losses by their ruling -
"very: particulars which are most A machine'to aid in
v KHARTOUM HAS FALLEN improvement: commerce. of transportation rates, and the public
prominent in the. mind of the'people making boxes is also on exhibit, but Colonel Hallowes had long since not only have their lives imperilled by this

of ,the, smaller. and, so designated. GENERAL GORDON IN TIlE HANDS OF needs perfecting to be of much ser demonstrated the ,possibility of pro- penny-wise, pound-foolish policy, but in
white counties. The Convention THE FALSE PROPHET. fact pay all the damages. It is time to see
f r : ducing the finest grade of arrowrooton
,it vice.A that railroads fair,honest, con-
,LONDON, February 5,10 a..m.-Intelligence give a proper
was called by a narrow majority noticeable feature of the fruit his large estate near St. :Mary's, sideration for their franchises. Advance-
A has just been received here
m and it will be difficult to' secure exhibit is the average quality of the, beating the best grades, ,of the imported Gazette.

the adoption of a revised Con- that Khar.tounl'has been captured: by fruit exhibited, and its general ex- Bermuda .from his lands at
; the Arabian rebels. The
stitution unless supported by the cellence. The overgrown coarse oranges Boling Brook.
I of General Gordon is -
'' white voters of the large counties. It un are no longer considered I de. Farming implements, various ex- R. G. McQUITTYHas
Is?. known. He is probably prisonerin
may be that the work will be f as well sirable.In tracts and hardware, all claim the removed his business to the rooms over
the hands of the victors. The
a ,and as wisely done in; Convention the ladies';:department the nee- attention of the visitor. But one exhibit the New York Bakery, on Centre street.
Daily Chronicle a telegram was He has received an assortment of seasonable
without their assistance but it would says dle and work is of the interested
fancy highest especially your correspondent goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto
a' i received at the War Office last night make them to suit all tastes: in the
tie to receive their up
more likely siippori excellence, and as a whole the Fair that of "Bee products, best style.
from General
: if they had a voice in,framing Wolseley, announcingthe is pronounced a ,very decided suc by Mr. W. S. Hart, of New Smyrna. Jgg Repairing neatly done.
t fall of Khartoum. He says that Fernan ina. Fla., July 12,1884.
Its provisions, could be heard in ,, cess. This gentleman, now one of the acknowledged -

I 3 discussing such features as more,particularly when Colonel Wilson, who went I bee masters in the United SEWING MACHINES,
from Metemneh Khartoum LORING.
*;s interest them. Their dele- at the latter place he found, arrived it- General Loring, of Florida, is mentioned States, commenced only a year ago ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES
gates could then go before, the people admirable' Tf in Florida with two hives. Soon he
II in the hands of the rebels.' He returned as an' appointmentto For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices
: to explain and defend the amended be made as Minister to Turkey.The had eighty-eight colonies, that have

iI Constitution, and aid in securing to Metemneh under a heavyfire people of Florida would be now increased to one hundred and -ALSOATTA"H" -
from both banks of the river.
of and
it4 adoption. The, question before seventeen, and have yielded last year every description
The native reports are that El much gratified by the; appointment, \ iE NT S for any Sewing Machine,
I the Legislature is'simp y one of expediency Mahdi had 60,000 men in the vicin- and we know.of .no .one who has fifty-five forty-gallon barrels of extracted for sale.

t t and we have no doubt of higher qualifications for this important honey, besides six tons of
and he
of 'Khartoum that introduced
:k K their right to provide for'the election ity The General's residence jZSS* Old Machines repaired at moderate
post. long
number of his emissaries prices.
a wax.Mr.
'p of delegates-at-large .or' of the wis-: in Egypt and his knowledge of Hart has taken the highest HENRY HOBEIN,
into the These emissaries min-
city. Corner Third and Ash Streets,
'. dom of doing.so.RAILROAD. Eastern affairs him in honors at the last Canadian Apiarist
gled freely with the native troops qualify an 8 Fernandina. Fla.
Exposition and is his
E COMMISSION. under Gordon, and by bribes, threats especial manner for the place. way CURTIS t CO..
.i to New Orleans with his wonderful
""We have not seen the bill for a and by working on their religious : ESTATE AGENTS,
From the examination of the prisoner collection of honeys. REAL
I railroad commission reported to the feelings, induced them to..mutiny. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. .
Cunningham, begun in the Bow Great credit is due to Mr. Mc-
legislature; They have wisely laid Seven thousand of the garrison deserted -
I ; Ex-
Police in the General Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated
Street Court ; London: on Quaid, Manager of
1 aside the utterly impracticable and to the rebels, leaving Gordon j..l \ changes effected.
Monday, it seems probable that ;the the Exposition, !and his assistants. :Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
i unwise attempt to legislate a railroad 25,000 (faithful soldiers. With this
acres Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
s authorities have secured in him ,the. Crowds visited the grounds to-day
I' out of hot. boxes, accidents, etc. small,force he attempted to hold the acres, for sale.
most important dynamite ruffian that and trains filled to their utmost capacity N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas
Railroad commissions are as yet city against El.Mahdi's great army, the terminus of the Atlantic&Mississippi
has yet fallen, to their hands. He are en route. '
E Canal (under the made for Govern-
in this country and but after fighting in which survey
experimental severe a
,. is only twenty-two years of age, and We are glad to chronicle such a' ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
( judging from the experience of our large number of rebels were killed, construction of which having been grantedby
he is at present charged with con- decided success for our .enterprising the United States Government and the
neighborj of Georgia and Alabama, : he was compelled to surrender. spiracy under the Explosive Act, but neighbor. A. C. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large:
have not{proved generally satisfac- increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe
the Government prosecutor has reserved confidently looked for." (See New York
tory. The conditions of our railroad O'Donovan Rossa, the Irish dynamite BAD ECONOMY. Sun.27-3-83.) _
the right to substitute the We are not of that class of chronic"fault-
so unlike those of the advocate was shot by a crack-
ae '
charge of high treason, which would finding journals that see nothing to approve R. W. CAMPBELL,
older railroad! > systems of the North brained woman in New York Monday in-the conduct and management of railroads.
look as if there were little doubt of REALESTATEAGENT
that it would difficult, and often- but owing either to the inadequacy These great arteries of our commercial and, ,
his made of. Sucha
being an example
times unjust, to apply to our roads of the weapon or to the. industrial life are so indispensable: to the Waldo, Florida.
t conviction *as .the Government is country at large that no one but a stark
the limitations and restrictions which toughness of the patriot's skin, he
seeking to effect would cost Cunningham lunatic or diabolical criminal would do any- LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

are: proper there. escaped with a simple,.and trifling his life. thing to seriously injure or cripple railroads; Lands Located,

Between the railroad and the citizen perforation. Assassination. in any yet. there is nothing more necessary to the Taxes Paid, and

there is a constant clash of self- form that it may take is a bad thing, The fall of Khartoum and the uncertainty -: interest and safety of the community, thana Titles Examined.

interest--the railroad to obtain asa and the assassination of even Rossa of the:[fate of General Gor- vigilant and effectively authoritative pub- Many, bargains are offered, and all personsdesiring
lic supervision over the general manage- to locate in Florida will find it to
4 much remuneration as it can would be in some respects deplorable don is producing a profound sensation ment of our.railways. their interest to call npon or communicatewith

for! the service it performs, and ; but it must be conceded that throughout the civilized world. Railways are created by the people'' and me. 3-tf

the! citizen to obtain as low a the eminent man has left, nothing The war is a great struggle betweenthe for the people. They receive their franchises Warranty and Mortgage Deeds..

into of freight I as 'possible.. .The undone to prepare the public to face power of civilization, and of a consideration from the people is to for' build a consideration and efficiently; that, LINEN PAPER-75 sent upon CTS.receipt PER of DOZE 2-cent.

greatest complaint comes from the his taking off with something akin powerful but not civilized race. The ; carefully and impartially operate their roads stamp. Address FLORIDA MIRROR.

fact, incident; to all railway trans- to resignation. handful of Europeans who have I for the fair, reasonable and mutual advan 26 Fernandina, Fla.it .


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Standing;, Committees of the Florida .'
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SENATE. 3--. & T_ XYDO

On Judiciary-Mr. Mallory, Chairman;

Stri)1 ?,pi"'r.I.i I'S-McKinne,. '' Cooper. ,Dryson and 1V.CDm: :BRC::>:'S -HAVE OPENED THE- ,"

On Education-Mr. Crill Chairman ;

Messrs.!; Ortnaii, llobcrls. McKinne and J FALL CAMPAIGN"'YITH : [

On Finance and, Taxation-Mr. Crill,
.kins 2nt1 Clainis Slripling.yOn -Mr.,>peer,Chairman; Messrs. Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the

lxsley, Gas kins, Burnam and Chandler. Northern: and Eastern :Markets, and,taking advantage of. cash pur- *
011' tato lloulIIJ.trit'8-lr Neal "hair-
man; Messrs. Roberts? Cooper Mounteinand chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low FALLI1TIiTiR
tsainiiHS. ; ; GOODSWHICH
On Commerce arid Navigation-Mr. Mallory -
Chairman; Messsra.: Lesley,Orman Baker -

Immigration Mr. Mann, Chairman ; .
Messrs. Jones Crill Stripling and Chand- .: .WILL ,BE ADDED ,TO WEEKLY AS {THE SEASON ADVANCES.
Jer have endeavored to select the
On \g-rculture-Ir.; Lee Chairman ;
.Ie !'rs. Maim. Williums, Neel and Cole. Latest Styles in We have received our stock _#SJ-GEXTLE IEX'S t
On Public Printing-Mr. Gakins, Chairman -
; Messrs.. Mallory, McKinne. Landruiii Latest and,1iost Stylish Designs to be Found, Fall Dress'' Goods, FALL CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods' .

and Proct'OT.On Enrolled Ihlls-Mr. Hendricks Chairman SILKS,CASHMERES Men's Boys', Youth's.. .
Messrs. Cooper Lee llankins and in all the
Martin[ ; ,. and all we ask is to give us a call and price' for yourselves,'and see.the Brocades, Alpacas Velvets, An elegant line. Also the
Velveteens, etc. Latest Styles in Hats.
On Corporations-Mr. Delano, Chairman ; LATESTOVELTIES.. .
Messrs. Melvinne, llankins, Landrum and !

:-alllluis. Great Bargains A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for

MrKinneChairman Mmmtirn On City:and and Martin.County!; Messrs.Organization Crill Mallory-Mr., $ IMMENSEl\\11 \(\\ BARGAINS BLAXKETSINCOIFORT I New Cloths and Cassimeres, DROWNING, KING & CO., ';

On lilitit-\I Orman; ,Chairman:Messrs. Linen Towels, of New York
l Toweling BOOTS SIIOr..s
N'eel Williams, Cottrell and Proctor. ,
On.: Legislative; ..Expenses=-}{r. Roberts And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.
Chairman; Messrs. Lesley, Gaskins Delano ,to ,be had in Fernandina at the establishment of Goods. TRUNKS AND VALISES f
and Sanmiis.i Suits made to order and a
Indian Affairs-Mr. "Williams Chairman Ou : Mattings. Rugs, Oil Cloths, .
; Messrs.: 'Yhi(lden, Lesley, Mountien A large line ofS3r _
and Burnam.. : MO.DEBROTHERSIN} :Fancy Goods and Notions:, SPECIAL ORDERSHosiery
On Fri vi'lees ajid} Elections-Mr. Lesley, Underwear i
Chairman : Messrs., Orman, Cooper, Sheppard -' ," '. from Low-Priced to Fine' and Gloves, I Filled in New York
and Cole. ,
On Appropriations-Mr. McKinne, Chair' Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM IRICES'1( BY OUR RESIDENT BUYER.
man; Messrs.[ I>Delano Gaskins, lIan kin and t
Chandler.: I :
On 'isIJcrics-fr. Cottrell Chairman ; DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS Tcfc T.: -y"JI: : :) .
Messrs.Orman Cooper Sheppard and Baker.On .
State AtrtirsIMr'hidden i ,.Chairinna --, t :'" ; I !':
; Northeast corner. Centre and Third 8ts.; .
; Messrs. Lesley l Jones Ilankins'and. ,
Stripling( : :;; Imo'NEW YORK OFFICE--83 Walker St. j-jFERNANDINA
On Railroads Telegraphs- Cooper :t.
Chairman: Messrs. Speer, Orman, Whid- -

den On and Public&tber.Lands-Mr. Jones, Chairman; Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil ,"'Cloths.. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. ,

Messrs. Williams, Crill, Mountien and Bur-


On Judiciary-Mr. Young. Chairman; .
Messrs. Crawford, Perkins.Valker, Jr., I -r
Palmer IVrrenot, Miller of Marion and Owens 100 :PZEJCElS :arTZ1'1'G1rS: FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
of Gad,ill en. -
On Finance and Taxation-Mr. Hicks, .E
Chairman; :\Ies rs", Cone. Head Snow, Lyle, WHICH. WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS.
Grady, White, Byrne and Weeks.On s,_ '
Commerce and Navigation-Mr.Ewan '
Chairman; Messrs. Bryant. Niblack :
Figueredo, Monroe Tate and Wilkinson of : MODE; BRO'S f .
Nassau.On ; ; ,
Railroads and Canals-Mr Crawford ..
Chairman; Messrs, Kirk Niblack, White, : 1 FERNANDINA ,FLORIDA, ..
lush Yon e. Himes, Gudenrath and Wil- .. t.... .. ,
kerson. of Marion. : j..
On Corporations.Palmer,Chairman ; "f, ( '. f '-..'.. ,).'".,;-. r"
Messrs. McLean, .Adams Owens of Duval, =
Perrenot Owens of Gadsden and Forrest.On ; 1,
Public l'rintinlr. Grady, Chair- :' W 4tI
man; Messrs. Ewan. McLean, Robinson of' ; ,. 'tl\
Jackson )lcLt o Emmons, Osgood, Byrd. _L
On Engrossed Bills-Mr. Adams Chair- -- \;t
man ; Messrs. Ash more. Miller of Washington PAUL FUNKE'SDRY tI"t",
Robinson of Orange, Wilkinson, Jr., .. -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS ;
Gibbs of Duval Lyle.
On Enrolled Bills-Mr. McLeod, Chair- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TOJVS. ;i
man ; Messrs. Quincy Snider Gibbs of Jefferson Ifi++++++44-+++++-f-+++F-) -+FF1+-F -+d-++ dF+++ -+++++ STATE OFWESTERN TEXAS, 1,543 TOIVH. .

Middleton Taylor,McCaslin.On CARONDELET, 1,50S TONS. I.4'

Chairman State; Messrs.Institutions Brewer-Mr.Chaires.Tumblin Croft, TEXAS 1,210 TONS. +
Powell Peoples,James, Robinson of Nassau. i
On Public! Lands-Mr. Kirk Chairman ;
Messrs.! Kelly, Richards. Owen of Duval, t TO NEW YORK.
_Altman Frazier, lli ks.
Taylor -+++E -+l-++++++-h++++r-! ++++++++++E4Fl-++- lHH4( x
On \Iiliria-Ir. Head Chairman; :Messrs
Solomon Monroe,:McLean Brack Emmons. ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK '
THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- 1
Gilbs of Jefferson James.On
Privileges and Elections-Mr. Over- : sonville, Cedar Key and Peninsular Railroad.

street, Chairman; Messrs. Chaires, Ewan ..11. .. This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New )
Gadsden and Gibbs of Duval.On FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others.t
Education-Mr. Quincy, Chairman ; The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
Messrs. Tate, Herndon, Cone Perkins, Rob- PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
inson of Orange, Owen of Duval and Alex- connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD '
ander. ;: for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.,
Robinson;:of Jackson, Chairman; 'Messrs. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the 1
Kelly, Atshmore, Wetmore, Robinson of PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
Orange Clinton! and Croft. -OF- LAKE WEIR.
On Legislative Expenses-Mr. Bryant. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. '
Chairman;; Messrs. Snow, Robinson of .t
Orange, Wetmore. Green, Middleton, Os- For freight, passage rates, and schedules or further information, apply to ;,
good and iblack.On llIBSS Goods Sifts GushrnBIBS R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,

Claims-Mr. Byrne Chairman ;.Messrs. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ,
Herndon,Croft Robinson of Nassau, Millerof C. H. MALLORY &; CO., ..I
Gadsden, Peeples and Wilkerson of Ma- Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- :
On City and County Organization-Mr. t'i '
Owens of Gadsden Chairman ; Messrs. Mc- GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC.
Leod Carter, Snider, Yonge, Tumblin, For- :
Agriculture-Mr. Chaires, Chairman ;
Messrs. Powell, Miller of Gadsden Washinpton. / H. 'E. DOTTERERf

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Brewer Altman and McCaslin.On 'YJ.:." "
Im Migration-Mr.; Green, Chairman ( ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.)
fesrs.Overstreet,McLeod, Figueredo.,Richards .-

On, McL-an Indian: Affairs and Frazier.-Mr.Kelly, Chairman ; Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO *) 5fc r: i
Messrs. Black. Ewan, Smythe, Perkins. -+ }
Bryant ankl Wilkinson of Nassau.On '
Post Routes-\Ir. Rimes Chairman ; A COMPLETE STOCK. OFGents' 1
)(es...rs. Brlwer, Miller of Washington. Os- -+
good Midfleton, Solomon and Byrd.On 1* !
Appropriations-Mr. Gudenrath,Chairman Furnishing Goods
\. !; Messrs. Ashmore, PerrenotVetmore, ..EMBRACING: MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN ,THAT OF
nite.Herndon, Rush and Tate.
On Fisheries\ -Mr. Solomon; Chairman;, '
Messrs. Grady, Robinson Jackson, Robinon FALL CLOTHING, FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
of Nassau, McLean, Adams and Wash ,

D iessrsOverstreetSolomon, Powell and .

Fiueredo.Special Standing Committee on Temper- i PURE AND ,OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .

?"ce 7 Mr.Carter Chairman ; Messrs:limes TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. ;it "
11 ilkinson.;.Jr., of Santa Rosa, Ashmore and --.---- ."" ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF; ',
James. ;

Valuable Tracts! containing Orange twenty Lands acres'for each Sale.of =:=_SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS ';;o' ::: -+t I FINE TEAS AND edT1 ._ COFFEES ++i-

ell.olce.hidh hammock land on Orange Lake _j__-*m* -+-1 1I
suitable f loran e growing and truck farming I 1
,are now offered for sale. These lands -BY-, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS'DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.
are very conveniently situated for transportation t
by ;waterorrail, and will be sold on
wins to suit Titles PAUL FUNKE. Received Every Steamer.
purchasers. are unques"onaole. NEW GOODS by
Also valuable timber lands in
'arse bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, \ '
February 1C, 1882, Fernandina. Fla. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FEKXAXDIXA, FLA.


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I GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. I Assesstor of lares-J. C. :Matthews: .I LIBERTY. : ,. 1I0f- FM. -

County Judge-R.' D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue W. F. Trantham, County Judge-M. J. Solomons. County Judge-A. H. Urownell
States .
;United Officers. Ocala. Clerk-T. H.
I Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sand rson.. Clerk-Vf. W. Jeter. Pitiuaii.
: : i! LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.itegiyler Sheriff V. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. Hosford. I Sheriff{ Thomas N. Ellis.

: -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A.. J. W. Cobb San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. t Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
'Receiver John F. Rollins. Gainesville. derson.Collector. MONROE COUNTY. ColeclT.oRevenueThos.l. ). Shtiler. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker.
of'Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- S. Baron West. Assessor of Tuxes, -J. J. Newton
S"rv .!!ncral-\Ialaclll. Martin, Tallahassee County Judge-Chas. Key Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler. t
,i derson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Superintendent ofSdioob-Dr.T.H.Jackson. : Superintendent o/&Aocto--WbitnelI Curry
j DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools:-Jas'. D.,Chalker, ,Sheriff George A. Demerritt.Key West. ESCAMBIA. WASHINGTON.
I' .s and rson.. Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maloney; Jr.,
I .Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY.County Key West. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford.Clerk County! Judge Wm. B. Jones.
.Mnr hal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector Revenue-Mason Moreno Y. E. de la Rua Clerk-J. E.! Skipper.
Judge-J. R. Richard Providence. ,
E. P. Melvin.
-Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Key West. Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson.
F. York Lake
Clerk-Henry Butler. '
Treasurer-Thomas J.
I Miller.
Treasurer-J. S. Leonard.
1 INTERNAL Superintendent Schools -J. V. Harris
REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumbling Starke.' of ,Key Collector of RCt'C'Iwe-John
Collector of Revenue-Manuel Pal mrs. Roche.
'Collector-Dennis: Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George. Cook.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D. II. HornCALHOCX. .
Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
.John W.
Howell Fernandina. .
Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. WALTON. .

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

BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff--J."W. Campbell. /S7im{# -Joseph S. Stone.

State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott.. Fer- Collector of Retenue'V. B. McLeod. Collector of Ret.'eulle-Joel P. Atkins.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.: nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.!'

Governors-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee.LkuteaantGovernwrLivingston Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-I,. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well.
Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- both am, Callahan. .
W. Bethel
County Treasuree-Gustav Stark Feman-
gianna. ,
Key West.Secretary .
Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig, Bre-
State-John L. Crawford
.lahassee. of Tal- vard County. ORANGE COUNTY. ...

Comptroller. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge=J.'M. Beggs, Orlando.. DESKS.SOLID
Titusville. GerJt-Thos.J.: Shine Orlando.
4 Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. I .
CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Orlando.
i Attomey-General-George Raney, Talla-
_; hassee. County Judge J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
I Park. Reid, Fla.Collector.
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White.
t:; l j .Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Retenue-A. M. Hyer Sanford.

!f't; Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
t 3 i.Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent Schools-John T. Seeks. EVERYBODY
6t Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee' Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. DELIGHTED
Collector Revenue A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
of -
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I Superintendent of Scfiools-P. W. Davis, .Tudge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.

f .J t *. see. COLUMBIA COUNTY.County I Sheriff Thomas Shall)'.
13i Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. '
W. M. Ives Jr. Lake A8sessor-A.-J. Woods. .
Judge- City.
p. Agent-Columbus Drew Astor No. 8 Flat
Special Top.
, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Why, l use Desks of ,ordinary
Building '
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'It' Superintendent .of Public Schools-- J. W.
Sheriff J. W. Perry; Lake City. construction' when, for slight
SUPREME COURT. Strickland.
Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City.
flu i Chef Justice.-E. :M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. -- additional cost you can have-

I; Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr., Tallahas- Superintendent ofSch ools JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improve (

see.Associate Lake City. Sherijf Green B. Weaver, Perry. ments? Awkward closets and b
I Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun. Perry. side drawers done
; Jacksonville. William A. McLean Jack- Superi1/tendent.ofSclwols-T.: J. Faulkner away with
Jil County Judge- '
1 '. Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee.. sonville. Perry. ? We substitute revolving cases,
I I : I. CIRCUIT JUDGES. Iii Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. '" which swing with a slight

.whit''' First Circuit-Augustus E.Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County neyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.; I touch of the hand and are-
'1 .u. sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- Collector of Revenue-J..B. Hardee, Perry. thus enabled to furnish double-

,r i Second Circuit-David S. Walker Tallahassee .sonville. Assessor of\Taxes-R. L. Henderson. ril +_ the
J NtS space generally given on
f 'i : Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, sr;*JOHN'S COUNTY. _
't Jacksonville. __ ._ = each side; and when cases are.6. -
' !! Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jttdge--j R. St. .. lu --=-=
; Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Russell County Cooper, Augus -: "-,,,-::.'!_ '-- open, the whole interior h
I Jacksonville. tine.Clerk -===== -
t .j i ville. =Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. ------: = Hooded with light and all

Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine No. 14 LowDown Roll Top. portions readily reached without .

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

Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cock' Sanford .Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We: apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

.j J Assessor of Taxes-J. :M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine! .

( .. t. alendar.v Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THE VV"OOTON
r' *v FIRST, CIRCUIT. Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine.,
.r of Schools-J. W. Reed,
'f' ;; Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, 'f' :: Cabinet Office Secretary.The .
:Y Walton 4th Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-Thomas J. i ;'J; ;'.
Ivey, Leesburg. !... '
'.. -ml'HJ'l'.I', ';
Holmes, Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judg -'V. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff J. SI: Dyches, Leesburg. J 'j .. "'''!''._._ .r'YjJ" ;
I ef.a ; 1r'ft'O' ;
+ in October. ville. Assessor Taxes-A. ,. =- 1 1r.- :
of B. Goodwin. ;
. l Clerk J. C. Law. Brooks ville. r. f.t fbj ', 1.f\'P' f.v I i-7 ,I'hl; The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
: : Washington, 2d Monday after 4th.Monday Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, 1o'I'C (j :;> '' ii.. -I- .. .- J'''
: 'i:i' in October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. ''i; F''ct t."',a d,1..;:z.:=.L./-. :__:_:;;' ', -)-j,ilr.,.,.gfiJ.., : ..}.'"r I to the business public. One hundred and
: ?: Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- 1,1I'n.' "'j. ;;t'?> : ten compartments, as shown in cut all under

.1.l October. ville.. ston,.Sum terville. 1 f'" i ii.:) ; jt m 1t. one lock and key. Especially adapted for Mer
:1" Escambia. Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich, Brooks- IfIIG! .,..... J.k '\, 'iJ.Jrn'r.! ? -
ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. ;:r. -"' :;:: chants. Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials
SWJ 'G'f .
This act amended section 2 of act of February .-_. I.L -.1t. ;: ;. '
;\ I 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. :M. ,Blackburn-, Live '" : '?: : and Professional Men generally.

'J '; Spring Term. Fort Dade. Oak.ClerkRobert .: -<$,-''MRa7tj&' '
A. Reid, Live Oak. .
Sheriff John R. Sessions Live
,1.S l";; Spring Term County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G..W.Umsted Welborn. Wootoa Cabinet Office ADDRESS :
,t,, Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Collector Secretary.
Revenue Wilson
; : of -, H. Sessions,
,' April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON 'DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
Madison, 2d Monday in April.
Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa.
i Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
Hamilton 4th in
I, Collector of Revenue Warren A. .Gi vens, Live Oak.
j? ; ,Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa.Superintendent. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.
; in April. of Schools-W.P. Henderson -
: j'' 'Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

j6n! in April. JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES.
: Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. "
t.t'1 April. County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. .'.. ..'. .';. ,} ."' I
j tin -
, ti'i Term- She if T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen ".'. JI"t--' ., ,h I f
:J : Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello: Cove. ,. :". fl E-RUMf > 1f
..1 : ;
Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Collector ,. ..,
: October. of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen : '- : -.::. :, -
J .t! : : Madison, Monday, in October. Monticello. Cove.
t .O' j Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Tt'easurcr-'V. M. Girardeau, Mon Superintendent of Schools L. D. Huston,

;,! J I $ Suwannee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday ticello. Enterprise. '
Collector of.Re/'enue-J. II. Tucker Mon-
-'IIi$ {in October. WAKULLA COUNTY.County .
: : Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday in ticello.I W.
: Judge- A. Giles, Crawfordville.
Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau-
I m i;October. keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood. Crawfordville. <
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday. after 4th Monday Clerk-Nat. R. Walker,' Crawfordville. THE'' FLORIDA
: in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville. .

I"!1 Sprint ,T.erm- sheriff-J. J. Johnson, Old Town. County ,Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw TOWN nIPRO .
::11 Si. :John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A.McAlpin, New Troy. fordville. snr
: t Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey.New Collector of RCt'enue-R. C. McMillan,Craw- r
'I( Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville., Fernandina,

I "" Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- I IT
Nassau 3d in Troy. Towns on R. R. Line.
fJ Tuesday April. fordville. >
' ; Duval 1st Tuesday May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA..
"Ii ( ,Fall Tcrm.- Old Town. And Cedar Key.

11,l JI St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R Townsend, Clerk-B.County Judge-John R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert Chain..

'11, Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Robinson.. :
'13! Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
.of Revenue-'V. 'J. Williams. .
'IU i: :. Baker,'2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. JOffers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
,4 j : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of School*-David Tinner. .
: fJ : .. Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.Superintendent number- the moSt:eligible and desirable

i.;: ; FIFTH CIRCUIT. of SchoolS-Henry N..Felkel.... POLK. *

. ;Spring Term- Tallahassee.- County Julge-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable.:for, .1 Business .Purposes, 6r for
'[iI 1 Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk- .3;.Pearce.: t

;i' a Marion, 4th Monday! in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, .Talla Sheriff W.M. Bowen. .City'.or Suburban Residences. ;' '
: I'' j j Putnam 3d Tuesday after,4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F.' FBeville.. ._._._ ..* "- -<.'-- +%* **-. &r> : I
:' ,March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. Collector of Re/enue-J. D. Filles. :
"' Assessor of Taxes-W. II. Johnson. .' :UPON EASY TERMS
;: Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in ; i
,I''i Il: I.!:)[arch.'I LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent! Schools-P. R. McCrary.DADE. .

1! Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday" in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts, on Values allowed to
r'I; it '..March.I Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. r"1 F
County Judge Allen E. Heyser. parties in' manufacturing indus-
I. fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. Clerk engaged
-P. W.: Faulkner.
Sumter 1st Monday in October. Collector of Revenue B. B. Barco. Cedar
',x, l\farion.3d Monday in October. .Key. Sheriff Treasurer Wm.J. Wm.Mattaur.Ewan. ,rial enterprises?;;who will erect on the property -
Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- rtvr' r
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Assessor Collector of Taxes Ret.'cnue-'Ym.Wni.'H.' H. Benest. purchased substantial improvementsfor G
Alachua, Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. of Benest. I

I November. ... JACKSON.,, residence, 9r in which to conduct their I
County Judge-R. M.'Witherspoon, Madi I
son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell; I Aft
Spring Term- business. j ; IGU
Sheriff S. A. Parrimore Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips.SheriffAndrew .
;! Orange, 4th Monday in January. Scott. fECi 1. R
Volnsia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John .M. Beggs, Madison INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS NEVER
Treasurer James E. Heam.
p EVrftl
Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, r IN
i Brevard, 1st Monday\ in March. Madison. Collector of Retenue-John B. Anderson. GIj ; OUT or ORDER.

t Dade, 3d Monday in.April. County 7h'asttrer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of TaIe.fW'; B. Wynn. .*- by exemption- for a-term.of years. from i As No- EQUA .

'fall Orange Term,-2d Monday in. August. Collector of RetenueB.. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent ofScJiools-Samuel J., Erwin. taxation, ,offered by 'the several cities and f Rni1Affl1t f!

i Volusia, 2d Monday\ in September. .Madison. FEANKLIN .
.. Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad County Judge-Robert G. Baker. : towns. Apply. to '
Jade, Monday in November. ison. :.Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W.. LEWIS 30' UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.

I j' MANATEE COUNTY. Sheriff( S. A'. Floyd. : Fernandina. : ;\CAG'O ANG Pt\.AN T9
County Officers. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, :Manatee. 'Treasurer R. H. Porter ; < d'jrOffice. cor. Beach. &7th 8tS. I v oMA s.F GA.
/ ILL.
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Collector ofRet.'enne-Gt'o c A. Patton.,. ,. i,
I ALACIIUA.; Sheriff-A. S. Watson,,Pine Level. Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. _.:'.; ,',*. d.-; ., ..d_-; ., '." t- '. ., .. J''.,, ...;.1"; .,". .",..'- I FOR SALE BY

'.. County Judge-Junius C.: Gardner, Gaines- Assessor of ''Taxes-W. F. Parrish, Braden- Superintendent of Schools-Henry C..Hicks. '" ..."..-.,." ,...." ,,-,.-,"- _""<' .......'_.,....".....L.-_ I JleGIFFlX,
ville.Cteri. town.-: '- :, L .. i. .. .' JAMES
-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of RCt'cnue-\farion G. Carlton, GADSDEX. -. < i < : r. !
..,''f.-}....::! ._ .-:-. I AND BUILDERAlachua
SheriffS. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. County Judge-J. R. Hams. Tp ,'" ..',\ ",." -'" ,'; L.' I ciONTRACTOR
Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. .. V:- > -....,.,..(.... ,'': ', I : .I
'ville.Collector.. : Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. f <-'.:. -.': ;:: ;t''f:. -';, i'" IT I- Street between Second and Third,

1 of RCl'ellue-II. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COU3TTY. I .- TI-tfl8tlrer-A.I. Smith. v' ;;.,,1 1:1._: : :;;"".0' i FERNANDINA, FLA.
; ville.Superintendent. ; .(County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. i Collector of'entte-R. )[. Morgan. ; 'i'f.- -S. ;::;' : .,,
of Schools-W. N. .Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. ". k--, ; : _. :.r., .: I' Orders and estimates from a distance carefully -
., Gainesville. heriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-G. E. L. Allison. attended. .


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:" ...., :' ;' Leave Cedar ... ..., A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassae: ; ..................:. ... 8.00 a in
> : : ,. ., Key .......... 7.30
I : : : : 7.30 Arr.e'Vukulla............ .... .
J. LOHMA'N'SI Leave .. .:... 9.058n1
\V. Rosewood......
: : .' ... .rt..i:1. .: I'' ; 8.02 8.10
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: : ":. ...,. Leave Otter Creek.......... ,8.30 Arrive St. Mark's...:..................;... 9.30 am
.1 Leave St. Mark's-.. ....... ...... .
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., . : Leave Bronson- a. m 1
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\ 9.55
> Arrive Wakulla-...;......................10.25 a m #
Leave .
Archer .
HAVE MADE GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR A LARGER BUSINESS, HAVing'an ,- .1..J. .. 9.43 10.30 Arrive Tallahassee........................11.30 a m
INCREASED STOCK OF GOODS, : ":" ,- ,. :.u.a1 .. ; Leave Palmer;...;............... 9.53 10.49
I! ,,; 7; t..i..r-o.........-I':1. ,., i, "<- Leave Arredondo:.............10 12 11.00 CONNECTIONS.At .

CCOMPOSTS T rl la hwl DRB SS G GOODS D CLOT t TBIRG G ', ';',...'. .... ".4''J. \' '.. '._ ;', Leave Gainesville.. 10.36. A.11.36 M. Jacksonville, with WaY ross' Line for

!UNK nn :, =, J'. ",f .'. "t .-' tj" ...Li.it'I",1t.fJ",.* '. I: ArrIve"y aldo....... .. ............11.18 12.30 all dina points& Jacksonville North and Short East;Line with for the Fernan-Fernan-
Leave ''
",: .,. .,',.t'.;. ,!' Waldo.11.32 2.00 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on

BOOTS AND SHOES;] ,, .".r"I"' .. ".,,. ..-. :'., .'f. Leave Thurston.11 56; 2.30 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
: .. t. P. M. At Baldwin with
c;! : .. Florida Transit & Pen-
md thousands of other articles which I will sell for 25 per cent:' less than :you'pay .. .,'.-....,.' : '....... Leave Starke-.12.30 2.50 insular Division for Gainesville Ocala Fer.
in another house for the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and.I .. "" I -'." ( Leave Temple's ....................12.35 2.58Leave nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
of of SAVING TWO out'of ten. -t"" .- ." Lawtey-...12 53 3.22
will cot1\'in you importance every At.Live Oak, with the Savannah Florida
-; ; '-ir ..:.,Jd-''' '.". ';1,;'<, Leave ..... ...... ... ,
... Highland .. .. 1.11 3.45
.. &,Western Railroad.At .
LOlfi MAN Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.WHOLESALE ? ..N ... :;
w.; J. r. ; ;,f.- (
',r.\' I..ea\.e.Iaxville...................... 1.29 4.15 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

.. Arrive Baldwin 1.51 4.50 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
,' ." Leave Baldwin........ .....;. 1.56 5.40 urdays.At .

AND RETAIL.. Leave Brandy,Branch........... 2.15 6.00 Chattahoochee River;with the Pensa-
Leave Dutton...... 2.30 6.15 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen I
Arrive Callahan,................... 3.00 6.50 sacola. Mobile, Montgomery( New Orleans '
iifiB fi T 1 Leave Callahan...................... 3.15 7.20 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,, '
,SEA ISLAND ROUTE. I Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.07 8.16
and Northwest, and with all boats for
> '&11*j.- ; "".-1 ?"'.r:4-f.-f-. ,: 'Si?'. Apalachicola -
j : :Arrive,Fernandina-........: 4.35 8.50 Columbus and Eufaula.
ys r. Day Passenger daily except Sunday; The Shortest. Quickest and Best Route to Ir

GEORGIA, AND FLORIDA Night Passenger daily. all points West.Through .
Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
%fc k mmt : Steamboat PENINSULAR' DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
I Inland
Co. and at new office southwest corner of Bay
., and
Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. '
Day. Pas'Nt Pas. Gen'l Ticket'and Pass. l
Agent. ,
\ ; HEAT.-STti ;
t P.M. .A.M. .. Fernandina Fla. !,
Leave .
3.20 1.00
,Leave Dixie. 39 1.30
A Delightful Trip Along ,the Pic- [Leave Hawthorne...!.? 3.54 1.50 Master of Transportation Baldwin, Fla., j

turesque Sea Islands. Leave Lochloosa................... 4.12 2.20. D. E. )MAXWELL
.. .Leave 4.34 ,2. 0 General Superintendent. .
'-- Leave Spa rr' 4.48 3.09 Fernandina Fla.
>T r A PERFECT SERVICE." a ,:Leave Anthony. Place............ 5.02 3.25 ji
Leave Silver! Spring.....:. -.5.373.35 i

-- Leave Ocala........................:...5.58 4.17 Savannah. ,4' Florida. and Western

THE IRON: STEAMER, Leave Lake Weir Station......... 6.38 '.. 5.07 :RAILWAY.
FLpI1rsYu Leave Oxford........................ '6.55 5.27 ." ;
,. ..,.; .TlIARY' Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 '.v, 5.55 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.

Leave Leesburg...................... 7.50 6.55
Arrive Tavares............:..... 8.20, 7.25 "Xll trains of this road are run by Central +
GOING NORTH. .((90th) :Meridian 'time, which is 33 minutes '

A.M. P.M. stow r.t.han Jacksonville time.

eo./Y'kC Leave Tavares........................ 625 5:20 tar
Leave Leesburg..................... 6.55 6.08 OX and after Sunday November 2, 18St,
MORGAN Leave Wildwood.... .............< 7.25 7.10 Passenger Trains will leave and arrive .

A. B. iToYiS I : Leave Oxford........................,7.36 7.26 as follows:
Leave Lake Weir Station.. 7.52 7.49

i DEALER IN LEAVES FERNANDINA'EVERY MON- Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 8.50 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:40 a m '
esd y and Friday evenings, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53 Arrive at Jacksonville daily-nt..... 8:00 pm
FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES, arriving at Savannah every,Tu* day, Thurs- Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 9.36 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:20: a m '

day and Saturday mornings.LEAVES Leave Sparr's......................... 9.38 9.53 Arrive.at Waycross daily at-........10:00 a in
naT and Grain ShiV Stores SAVANNAH foot of Lincoln 'Leave -Citra:...'. 9.53 10.16 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m ,
street, every Sunday,Tuesday and Thursday Leave Lochloosa..10.15 10.46 Arrive at Bairibiidge daily at......- 3:30 p m
evenings,arriving at Fernandina every:Mon Leave Hawthorne.10.37 11.15 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m

FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS, day'Wednesday and Friday morning. Leave Dixie...................;.....10.55 11.40 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 pIll
Passengers North-bound connect at Savan- A.M. Arrive at :Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m '
CROCKERY, HARDVAREVIIJLOVV ARE nah with Rail and Steamship Lines; and Arrive Waldo... ......11.20 12.15 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m '
South-bound Passengers reaching Savannah Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 1:30 p m j
j2 SJ-Day Passenger daily except Sunday ,
byRail or the Ocean Steamship Companyfrom ; Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m
Prices Low as the Lowest.N. : New York 'and Boston, or Boston & Night Passenger daily. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-

Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla. Morgan with the Florida Railway & Naviga-. F. & J. SHORT LINE 'DIVISION. cola Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- ,

tion Company for (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns +

AN ORDINANCE'1 AN, ORDINANCE ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA, GOING SOUTH wick'take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia
A.M. P. M. B. & W. R. R. at 1.00 p. m.
Entitled an Ordinance to Amend the Police Ordinance ,- An Ordinance for fixing the Rate of Assess- CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES, Leave Fernandina.11.10 5.10 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this r '

Approved! JayeS. 1877.' 'neat for"T xattonoithe Year 1885. NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS. AND MEXICO. Leave Hart's Road..11.43 .5.37 train Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile ''
IT ORDAINED, BY THE CITY IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY *For',tickets apply to Leve.& ,Alden agen- 'P.tl and New:Orleans.
BE Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
BE Arrive Jacksonville..12.50 6.35
of Fernandina: of Fernandina; cies, or any regular ticket agent.
ville to Cincinnati via
SECTION 1. The Mayor shall keep a docket .SECTION!1. That for the purpose of njeetihg F. ,y. SIMMONS Agent' GOING NORTH., II
book in which !he shall enter the title of the current expenses of said city, and Fernandina, Fla. A. M. P.M. ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.'
every case brought before him all adjourn- the past due indebtedness thereof, for the C. WILLIAMS Gen. Ag't, Leave Jacksonville..... 8.45 2.30 Leave Jacksonville daily at- ......... 1:25 p m
ments, the time and manner of the trial or I year 1884, there be raised, by a levy upon Savannah, Ga. Leave Hart's Road.................. 9.43 5.42 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:30 p m t
other disposition case, the judgmentand the real and personal property of the cityas A. 0. MAcDONELL, Arrive Fernandina..............10.10 12 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:04 p m
sentence including the costs assessed, assessed., tax, of twelve and one-half Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, SJ"Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 3:50 p in
the named of all witnesses sworn on the trial ((12}) mills on the dollars as follows: Fernandina, Fla. SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 pm.

and all other proceedings had by and before For current expenses..................1 per cent. D. MAXWELL Leave Jacksonville... 9.10 a. m. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p m ;

him in each case, and he shall sign his For past due Bonds....................21 mills. General Superintendent, Arrive Fernandina..................10.33 a. in. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa-
name threto after rendering judgment.SEC. Ffirnandina,' Lea Fernandina. 4.00 vannah. This train stops at all local sta-
SEC. 2. That the one ((1)) per cent. of the p.m.
2.. Whenever any fine or costs shall tax above assessed for current Fla.'r. Arrive Jacksonville...!.. 5.25p.m. tions between Jacksonville and Savannah. .
be impo ed on any person convicted of any ''r. FAST MAIL. I
be in cash but
offense the Mayor shall commit the accused paid scrip or ; that the remainder Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 2:30 p m i=
of the the and ,
tax .
two one-half
the or .' ., CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 t
to cu, 'tody of the Marshal with orders to : .i;< m
mills of the tax thus
collect e said line and costs and turn said ((2J) assessed, shall be .. ., Arrive at Callahan daily at.......... 3:10 p m '
in bonds
lines paid cash or coupons.. : :i :r'i,. FERXANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05
am costs over to the Mayor, and if the Passed first December .. .. ..' ,;\\I:: p m
reading 3 1884. : :
saidlinet and costs! are not paid itnmedi- Passed second December, '' With New York and Fernandina Steam- Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35: p m
ately, to..'ommit the prisoner to the city jail December reading 3 1884.G. 31884. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
there to be. imprisoned until said fine and Adopted F. .., ."' .. for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:45 a m ki
costs shall be paid; provided that such imprisonment Attest AVERY President. I With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive Washington.D.C.; daily..ll:00 p m

shall not exceed one day for : E. 0. FRIEND Clerk ; ..;" :\; ., :" : and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m
each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine f ,- CALLAHANl. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars.
Approved f
and costs, W. II. POPE Mayor. :,O\/ 'il.;,; \ ;; ,".II To and from Savannah and Charleston, Jacksonville to New York without change. ?

SEC. 3.1: All persons imprisoned in the ,! ..' ,.; <-> 'i and all points North and West, daily.AT JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.: a
H -iw., o Leave Jacksonville! daily at-......... 7:00
city jail; under' sentence of the Mayor's ... p m
Court orf for failure to pay a fine and costs R. U-S-rJ: :N ,.: .''..,.,.>:,....... .. ,0Ht1 -:.'-.....- ( ,:,. HAWTHORNE Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:50 a m
To and from Palatka
\ : !j.trl! > daily except Sunday.
........... I
may be cunployod, by direction of the Mayor Arrive at Callahan daily at 7:50 p m
at labor ftpon, the streets or public works of MANUFACTURER OF ;: .,. .' ;/> : I :. AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:05 p m
the city and all persons imprisoned for nonpayment :.t:! < ". '" ___ With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Jrsup daily at................11:55 p m

;! of tines and costs.shall receive a Till 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND .;4 ;\ .'; ." Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive! at Macon daily! at.............. 7:50 a nt'

credit atthe": rate of one dollar per day with .:' < CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............11:59 a m
subsistence for such labor which shall be :,?"' .:;r;''''''."';'', ," .'..: With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
credited pn the amount of fine and costs DEALER IN .. West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross. and Pullman Palace Sleeping
charged against then <", ''; Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
SEC. 4.ti The Marshal under the directionand Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and
supervision of the Mayor, shall have PALOft. R rrI CCandC00RST0 B T V S every Saturday. Atlantic and :East Tennessee, Virginia and ,:
charge afid( control of the city jail and of all With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and

prisoner confined therein, and shall be responsible for and from Key West; Monday and Northwest. r.
for their safe keeping and propercare. Thursday; for Tampa and. Manatee, Mon- EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.: !J

AH'persons! arrested by the Police of day_and Friday. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:50 p m )1 :
this city fur any offense, either with or with- For information respecting routes rates, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 6:15 am'. '

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 Wa3rcross daily at..11:40 p m

Marshal tit the jail, together with the"war- OF,THE sonville. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p ni
rant or statement of the cause of arrest, and FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPANY. Leave Live Oak daily"at :............. 8.50 pm.
such person shall thereupon be held in custody I FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at DuPont daily at............11:00 pm I
by the Marshal, subject to the further I Arrive at Thomasvilledaily at...... 6:00 a m
order of yie Major. In Effect. January S5tKtl,. 1885. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at Albany daily at_...........10:30 a m

SEC 5J1 The.Marshal shall keep a recordof ; PENINSULAR"DIVISION.FERNA- \ CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 pm' ,
all isoners confined in the city'' jail, Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m
giving trie date of their'i commitment and ( :'TO CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.No.. No. 3. Arrive at.Brunswick daily at.......- 6:15 a m

discharge, by what authority and for what (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) I Pass. Pass. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 am i
cause, and shall) morning to the \g Day Night I
leport every GOING Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 ni
: p
...... 3.55
Leave Jacksonville. m p m
Mayor list aft SOUTH.Day
of prisoners received by him Pas. Nt Pat. Palace Cars Jackson- '
Pullman Sleeping
during Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 am 4.39 p m
the" preceding twenty-four hours. A.M. P.M. ........... 8.10 4.43 ville to Louisville via Thomasville. 1
SEC. G. All'O dinances or parts of Ordi- Of the Latest and Most'Approved''Patterns.COOKhG .- Leave Fernandina.10.25 5.30 Leave" Baldwin. am pm Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-

nances conflictiftg with the provisions of J..eave'Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.10 Lake City9.47am 6,40pm ville to St. Louis via Thomasville.
Live Oak............10.31am 7.43pm
this Ordinanceafe, repealed. UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS Arrive Callahan....................11.42 7.15 Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.15 111 Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack- f
First reading December 9, 1884. !I Leave Callahan....................11.52 7.40 Monticello ........12.40 m p sonville to Washington D. C. Pullman
Secondireadinj; December 9, 1884. I Leave Dutton.................. ....12.22 8.20P. ... p Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan-
Passed its LIFT, AND FORCE. PUMPS Arrive Tallahassee. 2.27 p m
and De-
third reading. adopted M. nah. Connections at Montgomery with ,
Leave Tallahassee......... 2.32pm 12.00 n't'a'
cember : 1884. : Leave Brandy Branch........12.38 8.38 Louisville and Nashville Railroad for New +
.. ...
.... .. 3.34pm 1.22am
G. F. AVERY, President. of Council. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Arrive Baldwin....................12.55 9.05 Arrive Chatta. River... 4.50 in Orleans and Texas points and the West and
Attest: : j Leave Baldwin...:................. '1.00 10.00 ; p Northwest. At Savannah with Central
EMILO. FRIEND, Clerk. Leave Maxville.................... 1.30 10.30 EASTWARD.No. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and ,
Approved : I DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Leave Highland..................;;. '1.48 10.51 2. No. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
Ii} W. II. POPE. Leave Lawtey-.....................- 2.02 11.12 Day Pass. Night Pass. 'way for all points North with steamships
Leave Temple's..................... 2.18 11.35 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 a m for'New York Philadelphia, Boston and
W. BAUKNIGHT! AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.45 Quincy -...........12.20 pin 2.07 am Baltimore. At Charleston with steamships
AGEWIIOLJSALE !\ TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. A.M. Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27pm 3.36pm for New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore.

f Wind Mills for pumping water 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
,:: AND RETAIL light machinery promptly.erected on order.. Arrive Waldo...:.................... 3.14 12.35 Monticello-........ 2.30 p m and Steamship connections, and Baggage
BUTCHER AND DEALER Church Factory and School Bells for sale Leave Waldo........................3.25 1.15 Madison............ 4.15pm 6.36pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
I ; :DOCK at a bargain. Leave Gainesville.................'4.05 2.20 Live Oak............ 5.39 p ni 8.33 a m and sections secured at Company's office in
: .JI Sl Stoves at Wholesale Prices. Leave Arredondo.................. 4.23 2.45 Lake City......... 6.33 pm 9.47 a m Aster's Building, 84 Bay street and at De
Dealer in Ice All goods delivered at the various trans- Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.34 2.58 Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01 pm 11.26 am pot Ticket Office and on board.People
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY portation stations within 'the city free of Leave Archer......................... 4.51 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31 a m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCUEE

charge. All sales for cash. Leave Bronson............-......... 5.21 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville..... 8.50pm 12.16pm and JENNIE LANE.
BROOM STREET WHARF, Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.00 5.05 Trains:1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR,
CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Leave Rosewood ..................- 6.33 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays. but General Passenger Agent.
91-tf ; FERNANDINA.. FLA.'f" .,, Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884. : Arrive Cedar Key.................r 7.03 6.35 will run'Mondays. A. M. IVE: Aucnt.1 i

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:: THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Mrs. Grundy Says: Range of ThermometerFOR J. & ,T. Kydd I -A ;", : f -

: stringent times North
are havinga
1885, AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.7A.x.I2x.3P.x.6P.x. Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg
depressing effect on Southern travel. : WIND Edgings and Insertings, bought 25 per cent. ,
:/W0 ; ? MONTHS That now is a good time to start the arte- Saturday, Jan.31......56 65 64 64 N. E. below manufacturers' prices which they '. ; : (
r Sunday, Feb. 1..54 67 66 65 N. E. offer at astonishingly low 'prices. Call and :: '" (
t Reflection sian well, question on its annual round of Monday, 2..54 66 65 65 N. E. see them. *
town talk. Tuesday 3..56 68 66 65 N. E.Wednesday r ,
," 4.62 68 67 65 N. E.
1; The torm signal was displayed at the station That the mayoralty is another absorbing Thursday, S..54 69 69 66 W. Holland Herring.Just '
yesterday. Friday, 6.52 68 68 66 N.W. arrived at JACOB KLARER'S. Two
r topic that is about to be grappled with ; Millionsof
Cor. Sixth and Ash sts.
:fr., Fred W. Hoyt has been appointed That we hope to have a city governmentable MARINE.

administrator of the estate of the late W. S., to keep the city from being trodden '- ,Atlantic Pavilion, acres of Farming, Orano-
Rawson. under foot by all manner of cloven-hoofed Port V or Fernandina.HIGH Mrs. Sweeney,' would be pleased to see her Timber and Grazing Lands
animals friends and the'old of the "Idle
We are: indebted to our Representatives in ; Saturday, February 7...... 1:49 A. M. 2:12 p. x. patrons situated in
the Legislature for the of That the place has been "going to the Sunday, .. 8...... 2:41" 3.-04 Hour, at the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia 29 counties, and
1 daily journals U it Beach, where she is now established.
Monday, 9..3:33 3:55
dogs the and the other comprising the lands
chap long
: both l : uses. Tuesday, 10.... 4r27 4:48" bought
enough ; Wednesday, 11..... 5:18 U 5:37" by Sir Edward
Two more schooners arrived this week Thursday, 12...... 6:06" 6:25 NOTICE. J. Reed from
:' with ir..,n for the Florida Railway & Navi- That Jacksonville is in spasms over bunko Friday, 13...... 6:54 U 7.13"' the State of Florida in 1881
and its allurements

; gation [Company.The That we can smile at its rage, for it takes Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, from I TO Notice is hereby given that I have been are now offered at graded

Rev. E. G. Chandler, late principal of more of a circus than bunko to clean us out Brunswick daily with freight and pas appointed Administrator of all and singularthe prices. These
sengers, to F. W. Simmons, agent. goods, chattels, rights and credits of were se-
Public !School No. 1, will open a private of spare cash. Feb. 3-Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder,
I William S.. Rawson, deceased; and all cred- lected by Hon.
I., school i on the 10th inst. That the St. Mary's railroad is having an- by for R.New W.York Southwick; freight agent.and passengers, : itors of said estate legatees and {persons en- Hugh A. Cor-

r Mrs.i Denton and Miss Hanson, from other little agitation. .. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from titled to distribution are notified to present ley, late Commissioner of the
Palatka; freight and to their claims and demands, duly attested
1; Port Jem's, New York, are the guests of That Fernandina is well garrisoned by a W. O. Jeffrey, agent. passengers within two years from this date, and that State Land Office, and Mr.

r.' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abbott. hungry army of tramps." 1-Steamship from Charleston City of:Monticello.freight and McKee passen-, the same will be barred unless exhibited M. Williams, late agent for'

That tits metropolis is a windy town in to W. O. within.said period aforesaid.
i Mr. Robert Lee Arnow has opened a gers Jeffreys, agent sale of State lands which
sense of the word 2-Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, from FRED W. HOYT, fact
I: grocery and variety store in the Swann concrete every ; Savannah; freight and passengers, to Administrator is of
:: building on Centre street. That the Fair excursionists report a hail. F. W. Simmons, agent. Estate of William S. Rawson, dec'd. a guaranty their high
=. storm there 4-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, Fernandina Fla. The
Thursday night. February '71884. 6w purchase
j; In another column will be found the from Palatka; freight and passengers, known
That O'Donovan Rossa and El Mahdi have to W. Jeffreys, agent. the Reed Purchase
4 advertisement of an excellent bargain in aI 4-Steam-packet. Mary:Morgan, Truitt, from COTTAGE as was only
got England frightened nearly out of its Savannah freight and to LUCY ,
; sewing machine and an for sale this
E organ. F. W. Simmons, agent. opened year and
wits.That 41 6-Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, from I Seventh-St., near Ego10nt Hotel, .
B. S.
Henning, Esq., President of the have been
I gentle spring put i'ip an early appearance Savannah; freight and passengers, to culledor
: ;; 1 Florida Railway & Navigation Company, in the shape of an organ grinder F. W.Simmons, agent. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. picked over. No
t! arrived in Jacksonville last night. 2-Schooner Jesse W. Starr, Johnson, Wil- part has,,
I' I yesterday.That mington, Del.; railroad castings, to D. been reserved in
1 E. :Maxwell. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor any manner
i having photographs at the tent, our citizens will gladly avail them- ,
2-Schoonerl. A. Achorn, Achorn, New without' board. Table Boarders will be and the whole is
: i opposite_ the post-office, had better call as selves of the privilege, of hearing a new Italian York; railroad iron, to J. E. Peck. accommodated; also transient. open for sale.

J the tent will probably be closed on Tuesday. version of Sweet Violets." 4-Schooner ballast,Nellie to master.Sawyer, Aux, Le Monee; 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. Special prices on large tracts.

: 1j : 'New culverts are being put in on several That the Angel & Friend block will relieve CLEARED. Timber lands, virgin forests in

; of the crossings on Centre street, this week, the corner of Third and Centre streets Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER bodies of
Brunswick daily, with freight and 50,000 acres and
: ..a':' l; under the direction of the street committee. wonderfully.That passengers, by F. W. Simmons, agent. FOR SALE CHEAP up
the best drilled cadet in the East Feb. -Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from : wards. Lands sold for cash,
j Mr. J. E. Meddaugh this week moved his New York freight and to
; passengers AND SLABS
I Florida Seminary is E.R. Williams. EDGINGS or on long' time.
.i; stock of groceraes..etc., to the concrete buildIng R. W. Southwick, agent. 10 cents
Jil ; That there is some prospect of an addi- Steamship City of Monticello, ;'McKee., per load.
:; on Third street, formerly occupied by for Palatka;by W O. Jeffreys, agent. ROUGH LUMBER The Florida Land and Mortgage CO.
t }tlr, Shell, : tional appropriation of $75,000 for Cumberland Steamship ,City of Palatka, Vogel, for From
Sound. Charleston t by W.O. Jeffreys, agent. $5 to $16 per :M ft., ,(LIMITED) 'JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
't.l l 1 ,it i of Monticello, McKee ,
the of the Commissioners 4-Steamship' City according to'qualitv. (>
! meeting County -
That to and from
transferring passengers for Charleston;freight and passengers, DRESSED LUMBER,
1 this week the time for the by W. Jeffreys, agent. ,
: ,
the Havana
steamers off the harbor of St.
r 2-Steam-paefet':Mary Morgan, Truitt., for $12 to $20 per :M. feet.
: of: the tax-books was extended one month, Augustine, is done by tug boats from Jacksonville Savannah; freight and passengers, by Orders by Telephone ,
I: I F. W. Simmons, ,promptly attended to
to:the first of April. I agent. :.
; Steam-packet Florida, Ajnazeen, 'Jack WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE 1
l I j Among the confirmations made by the That it is reported to be an extremely sonville; freight and passengers, by Steam Saw ,
F. W. Simmons, agent. Planing Mill. ,
:. l : Senate this week was that of Hon. H. J. hazardous operation, excepting in very 2-Steam-packet. Mary Morgan, Truitt, for Office foot Centre Street. 8 I

I : Baker, who was reappointed Judge of Pro- mild weather. Savannah; freight and passengers, by -
F. W. Simmons, agent.
. m : bate,for this county. That ghostly visitants from the polar regions 11 Steam-packet Mary Morgan,Truitt, from
; shook and rattled doors and win- Savannah; freight and passengers, to
I ti: ,- The Fernandina Laundry will be started our F W. Simmons, agent. '
Jl ; Monday: next, in the building formerly dows terribly Thursday night; .. 4-Schooner' John Shay; Clark, Philadel-

, r,1 !! occupied; as Paul Funke's Dry Goods Empo- That we don't blame them for coming to phia; lumber, by Hilliard & Bailey. THE NEWPORT OF THE 'SOUTH.

i jrium, on Second street. Florida to get warm, but hope they won't New Spring Clothing..

.iff w' !j 'The; Transit Railroad ran excursion trains tarry long enough to give us a chill. A fine line of New Spring Clothing, fash- '

( i to the Jacksonville fair Thursday and yes- ionable cut and well made at low prices. : .
Removal.Mr. .
Fine Clothing a specialty at ciTHEI EGMONT I HOTEL[[;
u'I' ; j terday. Quite a number of our people R. G. ,McQuitty, the 'merchant tailor, J. &,T. KYDD'S.

,' t availed'themselves of the cheap rates. has moved his tailoring, ,establishment to

. J { The first thunder storm in 1885 passed the second story of the building oppositethe For Sale.A GEORGE :MELLON, ,Proprietor,

'. I over this city Thursday evening. Between Clerk's office, on Centre street, overHines' very good Organ, whose catalogue price
is $165 will be sold at $55. =_c_ _
A .9 o'clock and midnight the wind, which bakery. '
Also Machine
i1 ; a $60 Sewing. at $40.
A =
: :tI..!j 3! came from the southwest,blew a perfect gale. MRS. MARY GODFREY. _
Egmont Hotel Arrivals.H _=- -=;=
; =T _
U i
The Florida Press Association meets at
C and wife Norman Special BargainsIn
;' Whitney Merry,
Jacksonville on Wednesday next. It is
\ W Austin, Mrs J Bradford, J ,A Cloud, Mr White Lawns and Cross-Barred Muslins,
; 't 'j! probable that the Association will make'an, and Mrs A W Neff, Miss Louderback, C H and Nainsooks, on Monday ,February 9th, :

f l \excursion to New Orleans in a body, leaving Blackford, H B Fitch, New York; D J Greg- at :MODE BRO'S. f

rk.! Jacksonville on the 12th. ory, Louisville, ; W B Barnett, Mr and MrsJ
: : H Neff, 'Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs W B C Special BargainsIn

il' : The Egmont Hotel is filling up rapidly DurySe, city; W H Skinner and wife, Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam-

,; 1 1 J with; sts.its genial proprietor, Mr.: Geo."Mellon.'takes Taunton, Mass ; Thomas P Doughty, D H ask, at J. & T. KYDD'S.
W Doughty, Baltimore, Md ; Mrs and Miss
; great deal of pains to make
, 1 Strawbridge, Philadelphia ; L Goldsmith, J I
l : Notice to City Tax-Payers. ;
his guests comfortable, and the cuisine is C Lehman, W TJenant. Yacht SunsJiine," _
I am now ready to receive the city taxes pl IIIIIIIIIII ilIIIIINII IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII I IIHIIII IInIAnI YPoNn gem l u ry-
: kept up'to; the.standard, which this popular Brunswick Ga; F Lehman, Savannah ; A =
of 1884. Can be found at my office, next o Z
C Cowan, Savannah Florida and Western .
r'I' .i : resort has attained in former '
..'ff/, I years. Railway; Mrs Isabella Russell, Miss Kate D door to Custom-House, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. }! Inn wIJllltf
1 The steamship'San Antonio sailed for New Russell, Miss Kate Sillman, Greenfield m. every day, except Sunday, until March III mm r

It .York Tl ursday evening with the followingcargo Mass ;. F C Smith, Cincinnati ; Halford 4th, 1885, after which time the books will be
closed, and, all property that the taxes are == = -
Kreth Atlanta Frank Larkin Auburn N
:1. B. : 741 bales of cotton, 675 packages oranges ; be advertised
Y; Charles Myers, Chicago, Ill ; Captain not paid on at that date = ;t- $
"i 333 cases cedar, 300 bundles shingles, James Wilder, steamship City of San Anton as provided by_ statute. .
"'!*' .
: 2' sacks cedar sawdust 18 11 "'Minot DeLand Fla M Caldwell C. J WESTBERG
jg : pails shrimp, ; ; -- ;t l
City TaxC4\ or of Fernandina: Fla.
f Pittsbnrg Pa John Gerken NeYork:
barrels spirits, 30 packages merchandise. ; _
city ; A H Bloss, Worcester, Mass. Litie o ; -
: The work of removing the old iron buildings A Large New, White Goods

:'IJi i 1 from the lot on the northwest corner, St. Peter's Church. Just received by J.'& T. KYDD, consistingof OPPOSITE_ THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK
plain and plaid Nainsooks.Victoria Lawn,
; of Third and Centre street was begun this Rev: 0. P. THACKARA, Rector. Linon de Dacca, India and Persian Lawns. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.NOW

; ;i week. Work for the new brick, buildings SUNDAY SERVICEL: and ,French Organdies etc., which are .

1 will begin as soon as the brick arrive. The Morning, with Sermon, 10:30 a. m. Evening marked at very low figures.
with Sermon, 7 in. Sunday School
p. -
;} + :: corner store will be 25x65, two stories, and at 3 p. m. NoveltiesIn OPEN FOR THE SEASON.

!':#.,. will be occupied by :Mr. E. O. Friend. The LENTEN SERVICES:
Shawls Nubias and
1i :j; other store, which will be 25x45, will probably Morning Prayer, Litany, Wednesday and AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
,' .
d again be taken by Mr. Meddaugh. Friday, 7:30 .a. m.' Evening Prayer daily, "
"A \.m except Saturday, 4:30 p. m. Blankets and Comforts
' ; A New Boarding House. First Sunday in every month, 10:30 a. m.; -

"" 'I' third Sunday in every moath, 7 a. m. Dur- Last Notice to TaxPayers.I .
. :Mr. C. E. Pierson, of the Florida Railway '
ing Lent, every Sunday except first Sunday
\4: 1 & Navigation Company,.has opened a first- 7:30 a. m. will >be at my office on Second street, :GbET OUR, PRICES
rear of Prescott's shoe store, daily 'during
NOTE-The time is Standard. .
class boarding house in the old Stark mansion ,' -
from 9 to 3 for the
t, The seats in this Church are free at all February a. m. p. m., ,
J on, Alachua street. The house has, services., purpose of receiving the State and county, ,

, i, i I been newly and comfortably furnished taxes for' 1884. propertyon'whichtletaxesremain -FOE'-
unpaid March 1st will be,adver
1 throughout, and Mr. Pierson's amiable wifebeing School Notice.At .
. tised., 'r: WF. SCPTT,

!l l i a!; splendid caterer,, we bespeak for, the solicitation of,some citizens I shall 'Collector,Revenue Nassau County. ++++++++++ T++-H-+++ '

.tli 1 them a share: of patronage. As their motto ,open, on February 10th. a privateschool Fernandina;January 31,1885., .

, ':i is first-class fare at reasonable rates," we boys and girls in the public schoolhouse.E. .

i 1 guarantee that they will give satisfaction in. G, CHANDLER. Private Board,
II At the Brick'Cottage on Seventh street. I 'SASHBLINDSlDOO
.I every instance.: ,Overcoats and Winter ClothingAt near Egmont Hotel.

I t, t cost AT PAUL FUNKE'S. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor ,
11, .Rates! of Fire Insurance; without board. 'Transient boarders will \
be accommodated.. f--H-+-++-I-++!++++++
Our' city has this week been visited by a Mattings MatUng.rA MRS. T. P.: G. THOMPSON.

I special agent of the South-Eastern Tariff great bargain in Fancy- Mattings, 15 Fernandina, Fla., January, 10,1885.
'cents a yard, at J. & T. KYDDS.
Association of ,Fire Insurance Companies, Before Purchasing: Elsewhere.

the of making anew. scheduleof Fresh. Sauerkraut :
for purpose Mode Bro's, "

rates !tof insurance on the business por- "LEADERS OF LOW PRICES," ..; Cor.At JACOB Sixth and KLARER'S Ash sts.,

tion of She town. Persons interested will Will open on Thursday, February 12th, the

in a short time be furnished with a printed largest assortment of Spring Clothing ever Cldm Chowder RECEIVED..
t copy of the result of this gentleman's investigations brought to this market, consisting of all the This evening; at.,: A LARGE STOCK JUST
latest novelties in Imported and'Dornestic tf' ,J. FRED LOHMAN'S.Boots .
informed that in few
We are a .
Cassimeres, Alpacas, India Seersuckers and ji i ''i
I closely i built localities there is some advancein Pongee Silks, which ,they guarantee to and."'Shoes at a Sacrifice.

rates, most of which the owners can, please both in quality and fit, and in priceswe Mode Btc who" arefiie"Sb1e agents of A.

remedy by supplying important deficiencie stock.defy competition. Call and MODE examine BRO'S.our & Johnson's h nd-made shoes for gents, FRED W. HOYT & jO.
in ladies and children, will receive their first ,
s In their buildings, filling up openings '
shipment by Ialory! s next steamer. Each
side walls, or by covering side and rear A Great Reduction shoe is warranted to' be waterproof. Any

doors or windows. with metal shutters. It In Dress and House-Furnishing Goods, shoe that will rip'or tear within ,sixty days

would seem that our citizens should seethe AT PAUL FUNKE'S.Great from purchase, they will refund money or'anew ,SECOND, STREET, ABOVE CENTRE,
pair of Sh f.3. Call and see them on
defects in their property without wait-
arrival at the famous Dry Goods'House.of .
; ing to hive,'it impressed on their minds by In Fall and Winter Goods at '. MODE BROS. '

increasing. of their rates. .- J. & T. KYDD's Fernandina,'January 311885.. 'FW; ':N', ,rq'D'J: : ,. :JL..A.::

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