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 21, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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rilE :SEW ORLEANS EXPOSITION either too high or unattainable. ,The ,ex- THE WAR ,AGAINST RAILROADS. earnings are not drained away to the North WEEAPOPKA. ;

hibit is worthy of inspection, and Mr. Every_ section. of country without rail- as the Times-Union says for stockjobbingand

FLORIDA DAY. Bronnum will always be found on hand to roads wants them. and would...give almost other purposes. These expressions do In fulfillment of our promise in

Yesterday was Florida Day. From the give all desired information, either personally anything to obtain them, yet just.as soon as not remedy existing evils, are misleading i our last week's issue, in referring to.
until late in the
, early hoard:: of morning; or by letter. that end is accomplished the people seem and do the company a positive injury. Instead the poem "Ocean Music," contrib ,

evening the space devoted to this State was GREAT CANE FROM RECLAIMED LAND. ready,to take up -arms' against.them. This of draining away the earnings! of the uted by the t

crowded with an interested throng. "While ever'holwas, yielding to the i is true, of-all sections of the country, and road in addition to building fifty miles of proprietor of the Eg-

About 11 o'clock three; cars of fruit from pleasures of Florida Day yesterday and scarcely needs an illustration, but we will new track east and south of Wildwood, and mont Hotel, we publish the following a

the State arrived and by unexampled efforts viewing the many and varied beauties contained cite one : A few years ago the-, people of large sums expended in filling 'in trestles, ;

Commissioner Si-bring succeeded in unpacking in that States exhibit, Captain West Florida, through their Legislators, etc. the '
company has, since January;1,1884, Pickering has. broadly llh'ilied.the. Indian-
and displaying this consignment! for the granted twenty thousand acres of land
Rufus R. Rose, superintendent of the Okee per purchased tribes into two-the one Malayan descent

admiration of the throng. Throughout the chobee Drainage Company, of Kissimmee, mile for the construction of a railroad 10 large first-class engines, at cost of_.........$ 90,000 the other Mongolian, the former 4
day the Florida space was crowded. It is Fla. found with of assistants from the Chattahoochee river to Pensacola.The 9 first-class passenger care......................._ 36,500 nccupying-
was busy, a score the
2 first-class Islands the
baggage, mail and express cars 6,250 southern part of 1
estimated that nbt less, than 5,000 people placing a lot of mammoth specimens railroad was built 'and now West 250 fruit cars...................._........................ 130.000 I North America and
present during the hours between 12 Florida through Senator: McKvhne, is trying 302 flat cars................................................. 120,000 : a ilItatlIrtion of
were of sugar-cane into attractive positions. The Relaid west of Baldwin 32 miles of tract, South America; the Mongolian tribe being-
and 6. The display of the citrus family attracting interest centered in this cane i is one of great to cripple and despoil it by legislative enact- at a cost of............................................._. 95,000 found on the northern portion of Nortlu.
the attention was that of ments for the bills Mr. Kinne is"prepared 16 miles of rails now afloat and being '
; greatest importance to sugar-planters. It is cane J shipped to lines of western division....... 60,000 America. Mr. Mnller, of Vienna, holds to- 1
Major 0. I*. Root, of Sumter county, of grown on the lands'reclaimed ,by the Okeechobee will tend largely in that direction. No 11 miles of track relaid on Transit line...... 35,000 the hyperborean theory or tho decent 'of

Adini Eichelbergi'r.of; Lake Pan ofrkceand d ,Drainage Company at the Southport merchant would go to NeWYork and invest Total.............................._........................$532,())() American Indians from some tribes of the- !)S Sn<
of Judge John lLay, of the same I locality.Mr. Farm Kissimmee his capital in a stock of goods to be
Sugar near City-the As late as'last April the company con extreme North such as the Esquimaux, to-
lion, of Lakeland, Polk county, also .managed and sold bya set ofrmen appointed
which Williams made
; same over Major tracted for all the iron necessary to completethe which he assumes are related the inhabi-
line exhibit. Columbia countyalso by. the Governor of the State. No farmer
semis a very At that time this land Aleutian"and
a canoe voyage. was projected lines and relay all the old track tants of the Turtle Islands,, 1
sends a very line exhibit of vegetables, would purchase and stock a farm and haveit
covered with from two to three feet of with sixty-pound steel rails. The deliverieswere the Tchukiches of Northeastern Siberia.,
which is noticeable in a building which so managed. The appointing of
water. The canal constructed under the power ; to have begun last July, to be continued But it is admitted there is no: correspon-
contains vegetable exhibits from all parts of the Governor of this State is already large.Mr. .
operations of this company draining these at the rate of 2,000 tons per month,' dence of language that will admit of this,
the United States: ; The large exhibit of the Alpheus Baker, of Alabama, is respon- i
lands, was completed February 17, 1883. but the hard times which have embarrassed view. Professor Nordenskjold says that the-
Kisiimmee Land and Drainage Company is sible fur saying that he is clothed with more
On January 1, 183,active operations were every interest throughout the country, have tribes of Northern Siberia came from Southern -
rapidly being installed, also that of John power than the Cz.ar'of ,Russia, and }'et. the
the reclaimed lands
begun clearing plow- Siberia
; prevented the delivery the rails in quan- originally, and were driven
Anderson, of Ormond, on the Halifax.Mr. men who have assailed ttJe'present
: very
ing immediately followed the clearing force. tities agreed upon, but the company hopesto North ; but a rude classification of the
II. E. Rose, of the Okeechobee Drain- Constitution so violently. because of the
Between February 14 and 20, 1884, the cane appointing American
complete, both branches of the road and Indians, failing these theories of }
Company: has installed a very handsome with' which it clothes theGovernor
age was planted-one year subsequent to completing power 'relay,the old track with steel rails during the descent, is, by their status as hunting or agricultural -
exhibit, which will interest all who with the aid of-the TtmesUnioi,
the canal; For breaking the land a present year. tribesfor conveuiencedivided into,

appreciate the importance of reclaimingthe team of two ordinary mules was used ; in Tallahassee Economist and one or two more There have been, it is true, numerous- two divisions of rovingor village tribes, the-

swamp lands and making them' produc-; cultivating, one mule. l'heseason has been papers, are endeavoring to still further enlarge cidents on the road ,between JackSonvilleand Southern being of the latter. There areeightytwo -,:
tins sections of the country.Mr. his by making him CO ltnaI ler- '
unfavorable, a very dry spring, and a very power Tallahassee, so, numerous indeed that different languages used by the-
: A. J. Russell, Superintendent of Pub- fall the is however in-chief over all the railroads the State. Indians in North
wet ; yield enormous, Superintendent Maxwell:, was convincedthat America, but the division
Instruction ; Speaker R. W. Davis, of the and the ofcane Every business, to be successful i, requires
the length does
perfect, average it was the work of train-wreckers; and by language not correspond or fall in

House, and a large number of the membersof fully matured twelve feet, many training and the business. of operating a not the fault of the employees or the condi- line with the other division into roving or

the House and Legislature were present stalks measuring fifteen feet of matured railroad is so complicated that It requiresamore tion of,the road; so he employed:special detectives village tribes, nor'can there be a line of de-

yesterday, and will remain several days. diameter of and special and perfect. training. than .ordinary marcation
cane. Average cane, one to ferret out the criminals, and two, by separate physical traits. Man tl
the the Florida Press Association avocations. We again ,quote what
During day three-quarter incites.o fertilizers of to America i
i. .any gangs were discovered one near Darby e, came as an immigrant ten, fifty
visited Florida exhibit and afteran Manager Haines on this subject:
the kind or description used. t says 'in Baker.county, and the.other.near Lloyds, or hundred thousand years ago. This is left

examination] thereof ,were conducted by Captain Rose can be seen daily at- the exhibit "The chances a"re nine out often. that the .in Jefferson. county. One of. the, wreckers for geologists to determine but where was ,tm

the Commissioner throughout; the Exposition. and expresses his happiness at being railroad management understands, better fired at- the officer and was killed ; the others Weeapopka born if not by the sea-shore? t

After an Inspection of the whole the able to give visitors any information regarding what rate the road requires than three_ commissioners 'were arrested and now await trial in the i When geologists tell us the age of the va-

organization passed the following resolu- Florida and the reclaimed territory. in a different part of the State, Duval jail. So if this be true the officers of rious strata of the earth, the ethnologists

tions: By unremitting work, day and night, he ,who possibly have never.seen the road in the company have been unjustly censured will be able to date the birth place and life

Florida ttcsolved, having, That had the the Associated privilege Press of of hopes tocomplete his exhibit by Monday. question. That -it is to the interest, of the' and accidents; will be less frequent in the of man. 1Ian.mus. have occupied the con-
.. railroad companies that the people ,along its tinent at,the time'when'the division of
sonally visiting and exafnining the World'sExposition -- -- -- -- future. raceS

now in process in New Orleans, TIlE NEW CABINET.TO tracts should be prosperous, for it is out of We are- aware that.there are great discriminations took place.' Either at the close.of the tertiary ;

La., take pleasure in eipressing their unqualified their prosperity,that the" road's profit comes." .made; ; \ freights, d.w. : :.hope to ,-the last,of:the glacial or the beginning:,
satisfaction wiljh the grand results BE, ANNOUNCED: THIS WEJMAlS'NING: AND
which have been achieved. THE TREASURY Tennessee. is a State where the-j railroads. fare -see them corrected"and shall; do all incur I 'of-t.he.past glacial period! his: traces.certainly( ';' '. 1

liesulved, That in view* of the completeness -,.The: .President-elect', : inaile'a DEPARTMENT::statement' ,_today operated, by"cqnunissiqners aijpointed" by power ',in 'tba .Uectioj1. ? *ia: >.'barrel-'of, ; : are discoverable! .of.thefourtheo9esvfinsa! -_'<- .;' .p:.__.. ,
and extent of the EXl'ositit''and; its which tlie Governor):; and''the"following: extract flour, vreighingSOO! pounds can be delivered ,rival ,on the American Continent, two hater \.
will severly shock the Democratic
representation of the products of the whole
United States, as well at of the industries of statesmen Washington who are impa- from the Tennetseean, a Republican paper from New York to Ocala for 45 cents (the reference to Pacific and two to Atlantic origin

foreign countries, and, f s the President well tiently awaiting his arrival there, with thebenevolent published at Nashville,'witt'give an. idea:of charges until recently), a box 'of oranges 'two belong to South America, two to'North. stl

says: In view of the value of the Expositionto condition of the railroads in that State: 'weighing 80 pounds ought to be delivered America, and in,either case.it was by the-
intention of aiding him to
the of materia and con-
cause progress general "Railroads have been so persecuted<< in from Ocala to New York for 25 cents. Andso sea-shore, and Weeapopka, in the Indian
education, wo expressthe hope that Con- struct a cabinet. lIe said : I purpose com-
Tennessee that the roads are doing business car-load of lumber means by sea-shore, there i is Q
press will grant an additional appropriationto pleting the Cabinet and making public the if a can be carried tongue, nr">

relieve the Exposition of its financial embarrassments names of its members before this week to-day under the protection of the courts, from Ocala to Fernandina for $8, it is wrongto great stretch of 'imagination required to- .

and to enable it to fulfill its His and that too, mostly Federal, and without charge $75 for a car-load of oranges to the view the birth-place of 'VeC".J opka-by. the-
great purposes satisfact %rily. ends. inaugural messages is also half
Resolved, That these resolutions be transmitted I done and will be completed before he starts which they would be absolutely prostrated. same point. We understand also that sea-shore. The law of early population and i

to our Senators and Representatives. for Washington. It is expected that he They have retreated before Democratic war- brick' is put on a par with lumber, while theintinernary guide to the original Habitat: ,

: G. It. FAIRBANKS, will begin his journey to Washington on fare and spoliation, until they stand today( vegetables are charged as high as oranges. of a race is the area of substance in food. 1. .
I D. H. ELLIOTT.FLORIDA'S ,. February 28th.Mr. -the wards of the judiciary-deprived of The orange and vegetable industry are the Primitive man found a good place and '

roRTABLrf Cleveland's only visitor to-day was every vestige of rights except the technical hope of this State and almost the sole de- stayed there until driven out by over-pope- ,

FRAME HOUSES. the Minnesota member of the National guarantees of the Constitution", and these pendence of the railroads, and they shouldbe lation or war. The centre of natural sub-

Conspicuous among the Florida exhibitsin Committee, Patrick Kelly, well known as .latter are given to them by the judiciary, transported to market at a rate that sistence is in Florida, on Amelia Island,.

the Government Building is a single- an ardent Tilden Democrat. Messrs. Gorman after costly and expensive litigation. Suchis would encourage and stimulate their pro where the waters furnish abundant fish,., t
walled Bronnum portable' frame house; the status of railroad in the Stateof where be
property everything can and
Weed and Scott all returned to their duction. To charge a higher rate of freighton grown game
made at Pensacola, Fla., which as a specimen homes to-day. The peaceful How of events Tennessee to-day, and it is. becomingworse these than on other articles is an unwise abounds. Food, water, game and fish being, 1
of the substantial! work made under daily." plentiful here a resting place was made and.
that was so rudely interrupted by their and short-sighted policy, and if persisted in .
this patent, is attracting the attention of In all matters affecting the material born.,
mysterious visit is once more restored. Mr. progress will prove as hurtful to the railroads as to Weeapopka was IJEgmont
Exposition visitors particularly those interested of the Southern States, no is
paper because it will
Manning, when asked to-day about his re- 'the shippers to a large ex-
in buildings Combining economy better informed than the Jfrmnfacturers1 Hotel Arrivals.
lations with the Cabinet tent stifle the production of these articles of
with durability. Want'of; space prohibitedthe replied: "I have Record of Baltimore, and it mentions a rail- The discriminations E S Sweet, F W Crain, E D Herbert, M, S
not sought a Cabinet position, nor has Mr. export. are great, Little, E M MarshV Aistin, Mrs J Bradford -
)Ir. Broijnum from
patentee, displaying road that would be built in South Carolina
Cleveland offered me one." This statementin the delays are too frequent and the whole New York ; A C Bowman Williams-
a more pretentious article of his manufacture that would cost from .5,000,000 to $6,000,000 in word needs Pa J A Rowland Maryland Jas II
no wise diminishes the belief that Mr. I matter, a remedying. port ; ;
yet withal, the Mouse on exhibit, to if the railroad commission was abolished.It i The Fruit Growers' Association instead of Burst, J .\ Hutchinson. John S Drifts and
Manning can have such a position if he will
all intents and wife, Jacksonville : A Gambrill. Baltimore
purposed, serves to illustratejust states authority that the was I I :
what accept it. An intimate friend of his re- upon money trying to build an exchange in Jacksonville C Richardson and wife, James E Di1 er and
can be accomplished in his line.In .
marked : "That's the rub. I'm afraid he raised .and work ready to be commenced costing $100,000, and other practicable wife, Miss.Emma Dinner, R Lukens. Jr. J
the manufacture of ij Bronnum portable when the law authorizing the commission Warner Erwin, Philadelphia J S Allison
won't schemes, should set to work to bring abouta ;
consent to when
house each- section_ ___._.n nf-- tHe p.,0 building i__ made accept the offer is was passed.. but the projectors immediatelv. I and freight tariff which and wife, Pittsburgh, Pa ; Lou Miller, Gen
made to him. -- just equitable we
eral! L A Dodd Baltimore Miss- F Coleman
by -
a machine C5peciaJJ!adapted to the
pur- withdrew it and abandoned the idea
believe conferences and other well directed
------- ---- by :. Dungeness ; Wm N Murray, Alex K ,
ose. Only thoroughly; seasoned'wood is It is stated at the office of the General they said they did not care to establish a efforts, can be accomplished. Munick, Pittsburg. Pa ; N A Nelson. St

used s and thus, when 'the parts are once Manager of the Pennsylvania railroad that business and have it operated by other We do not belive that putting the rail- Louis; F R Braimand, U S.C, Sch Ready;
Made, there is no shrinking or cracking. Theo D Bratton. University of South; Sa-
Skillful the company's passenger trains will soon parties. roads in a condition to, be turned ,over to receivers vannah. G.i ; J M Scott, Louisville, Ky ; A..
mechanics then
carefully adjust be equipped with the new Westinghousetrain If Florida adopts a law authorizing the and managed under the jurisdiction McMicken, Cincinnati ; T \\T hesnut. Paris.

well part into proper position and test it for signal. The contrivance, will do away appointment of a railroad commission it of the courts is the way to remedy the evil. France ; W K Purinton, Boston ; Win II }

those qualities which the! patentee claimshis with the bell rope now generally used, will as surely as two and two make four pre- We have already shown that it would'be as Purinton, :Brooklyn NY ; J Wily and

structures possess-f-strength! and thoroughness which runs from ear to car The improve- vent the construction of railroads' :in con- bad'as'jumping out of the frying pan into wife C, Philadelphia; Nelson unman; TW Patton and wife, Ashville.N West. '

the in being whd and water-tight ment which this arrangement is said to possess templation and embarrass and impoverish the fire The railroads are essential to our Troy, N Y ; Wm N White, D Prouty and

various parts are hen numbered and is that it enables the engineer of a trainto those already in operation.The prosperity, and we must recognize the fact wife, Boston ; Mrs Judd, Mrs C Landers. i 1
lacked} ready for shipment.+ With. one of New Britain, Ct ; Mr and Mrs IS Brown,
these houses be signalled at a moment's notice and citizens of this State may remember that they have vested and private, rights Hartford, Ct ; U F Baker.Springfield ;

ltt skilled labor is not required toP with great certainty.This the condition of the railroad between Jacksonville that must not be disregarded. But we cannot J Watkins S 0 Stafford Albany. N Y ; t

fact them into shape for occupancy. In system of signaling is done by means i Tallahassee when it was in the be blind to the fact that the handling of R F Armstrong, St Augustine ; W Trenvon,,

average any person, with even less than the of a tube running from 'a whistle in the engine I. hands of the counts, the receivers and the the orange and vegetable crops are in the! Brooklyn. N'Y.

house intelligence, can put a Bronnum to the end 'car and which contains air lawyers. It was squeezed of every nickle of highest degree unsatisfactory and the freight
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together without-difficulty or any additional at a pressure of fifteen pounds. In each car its earnings, the employees were unpaid, the thereon excessive. The matter needs ad- .
nrjt Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan-
n ed. The expense, as ; a nail or screw' is is a ,valve which upon being opened, allows rolling stock worn out and the road left ina justment, and we are assured that efforts are dina, Nassau county Florida, February

fo parts have only to be placed in- the lido escape, whereby the whistle in the, dangerous condition. One engineer said being made in that direction by the managers 21st 1885. Persons calling for these letters

chile the grooves and the; house is complete., engine is founded. The coupling of the at the time there was nothing left of the oj the different railroad companies.- must say they are advertised:! r

the Bronnum portable house manu-. tube from car to car is done on the same rails but a streak of rust. Ocala Banner.It Omazine, Y. E. Jones, Agnes (2)
ctor have.variety pf designs in houses Affing.Louisa Mattiel. John ((3)
the On the other hand the road between Fer-
principle as coupling of the air brake
thich : Blair, R. E. Mitchell )Ir .S. M-
they specially l make, they can con- nandina and Cedar under the that since the East Tennessee,
"ruct tubes, and tho same air pump is used for management appears Brown, John Norton, C. P. .,
a portable home according; to ,any both Railway Reporter; of those trained to the business, Virginia and Georgia road went into the Byrnes. Maggie Morris, Miss; Seyfon .

.an or!ppecifijsition submitted.' The system steadily! improved its condition, notwithstanding hands of a receiver a .few weeks ago there Belcher, Norman. Bitm :(" ,

'*.ale:the' 'wall sunch\'hetherl; summer it be in making a The edelweiss-- supposed- -- ---to-grow---- only on the fact that it went through a has been a lively stirring,up among the officials !- Conney Cox, --, Matthew O'Neal.Pasco, WIll Geo.J.H. __':,

ad fntmc for seaside, rail- the Swiss Alps: and another Alpine flower, more sparsely settled country and there was in the various divisions. Superintendents Clark, Mrs.E. P. Powell. Miss Sophia '"'

plantation: or cantp-meeting use, or an called in Switzerland the' maennertreu, have less traffic over it.., ,yardmosters, train dispatchers and Ellis Mrs. V. A. lino. Charlotte

*: antiy-ceilcM English cottage. In fact, been found in the Tacoma in Washington Put the railroads of the State in a condi- others have had their heads chipped off so : Hollister.. J. D. Richardson. John ,,", -
Broimumilnchulwan I range : Hunter, J. II. Smith C. M. i i :
: 1 the possibilities of tion to be the of the lawyers, receiversand that the greatest consternation. was .
; Territory, the former at. an altitudeof prey rapidly Hooker, Mrs. Geo. Stewart. T.! C. ?.l" .
;!work. *ChOils. churches, dwellings of all 6,000 feet above the sea level. commissioners, and they will be in the caused. Mr. Fink, who i is the receiver_ for Horker. John Smith, Bill ',' iHmte \,

:"""}1t1oIlS, sod even hotels, on which he condition the old Jacksonville, Pensacola the road, is determined to leave nothing; un- Ch. II. Seck ()n. Flora _

till' gratuitously furnish estimates. His" Cincinnati has under discussion the build- & Mobile in the of the Horn,- 'Watson S. T. :.::"
; was a few years ago. done to curtail expenses system -..='-
*: ;.e of King. Lewisa Wilson JI. ,K. '
prices ranges fiom! $00 up, making ing of an elevated belt railroad around the The road from Jacksonville to, Tallahassee and bring it out of its present embarrassed James, Clarence Webb, Edgar '\

mportable! Houses! of !value for export or city, the.length"of which will be seventeen is not in as. good condition yet as the condition, just as soon' as possible.-Railway Jarsey. Miss Mary ',t' ':.:.:_ .->, .
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ort wl'crcMaterial ,and skilled, labor is miles, and the estimated cost $5,000,000.: owners 'are desirous of,having it, but its Jiepofter. .S. T. RIDDELD., P.'jfl -.. '

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f : : 1 :; : .."' .'. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : ,FEBRUARY 21, 1885. '
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'-:"?'i; .; V.ILEXTINE. --- to help Aunt Abby shell the peas for tended listening to the. ,music ; but. wire, but no sound of answering foot- DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. I

j.Y;::o:: : i i If thou einst make-the frost be gone ,dinner. from Lord Admiral to Little Butter- steps cam Far away ,in the north
:.(! And fleet away the! snow You must have been lying in the cup the entire company seemed to be chamber Aunt Abby was lying on her
'; : .k (And that thou canst. I trow ;) sun, child," said the lady, glancing up chanting, 'I've only to ask, to ask, to ,good ear, sleeping the sleep of the in- EST..nLISI.lE: > IS......
:1-c' : ; If thou make o.
; canst the
: 1 Spring to dawn, '
: ; ; Hawthorn to put her brav'rie on. from the pan in her lap. "It's bad ask-I've only to ask for the little nocent. -
: :: ''. ; : Willowe. her weeds of fine green lawn- for your eyes and bad for your com lady." ,I She never hears anything when -
;.: '1 Hay why thou dost not so"; P' I don't believe that is a good Her very Am kept time to this refrain she's on her left side," groaned Daisy,
: ': ', !, Aye Say,why aye! place for the hammock." She was thankful when the and she may not turn over for the DRUGS and MEDICINES

'',;:. : Thou dost not so!t "It's a horrid place," responded opera ended. For all that, on the night.! Oh, what shall I do? What
!. !, Daisy, falling savagely to work. "I'm homeward drive she wished herself shall I do ?" -
', 1 If thou canst chase the stormie rack, going to'ask Abram to hang'it '''where back in'the hall. It was so hard to She tossed pebbles against heraunt's
And bid
s Soft winds to blow it before." meet Tom's love with indifference casement and shouted her
was ,
And gaze HORSEY
: that thou
( canst, I trow;) &
: If thou canst call the thrushes back Abram was' the intermittent help of to 'school her warm wayward heart again and again, then desisted in sud- CO.,
',: To give the groves the songs they lack ; the Blunt establishment, who carriedon against.his 'tenderness, so precious but den, terror. What if the tramp were ,
l'' And wake the violet in thy track- ,the farm and came night and morn- yesterday! At'first she strove bravelyto still lurking in the neighborhood and I
{ Say why thou dost not so-
';;': : Aye, ayel ing to milk the cow. From the day maintain her former vivacity, but should appear at her call! She flitted =1 PHARMACISTS}fc
: ,Say why' she became a visitor in the household her liveliest smiles fell unheeded. The around the house like a midnight
,-';,.::' -I : Thou dost not'so! he had been :Miss Daisy's willing slave, slogan was in the air. Daisy knew ghost, only to find every door and --

:,: If thou cant make my Winter. Spring, and now that :Mr., Blunt was temporarily Tom had something particular to say. window fast. She looked in at. the Centre Street
'- ,; With one word breathed low absent, the honest servitor took it I Ah, well, for that matter so had she. lighted dining-room, and the appetizing -

,., If, in the(And closure I that thou canst,-I know ;) upon himself to look in at odd hours, Clasping her cold, little hands together lunch awaiting reminded her I J RX..XDIX.'LOIun..\.
;; Thou can't to me such'treasure a ring, bring to see if :Miss Blunt and that posy- resolutely, she waited in silence. that she was faint and had eaten nor

::1::; ,I \My state shall be above a kingSar face of hern needed doing for." "Daisy, I've been thinking" supper. KEEP constantly, ,on hand a fine n:.
':. why thou dost not so- :Maybe fresh buttermilk will help Dangerous symptoms, my young Hungry and homeless at midnight E1GN and DOMESTICPURE F'Ort.

4":: Say Aye.why aye! that sunburn! ," pursued, :Mas. Blunt, freud let the doctor prescribe." in the country. where tramps were

't ,;'. Thou dost not so! still misinterpreting the cause of :Miss "I'mHgoing back to the medical and police were not Here was a situation Drllg'S.11(1 Chemicals
,;:; -Edith .../ Thomas, in the Critic. Daisy brightened color.h I'd try it. choolfnext'week, Daisy." for a girl delicately reared and ,

.;',;:.l'!.;,',- You'll hate to go to the Falls.as red as So soon ?"-in a tone of cool re- naturally timid The only light to be Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,

::i : lOT SO EASILY WON. a hollyhock. gret. seen in the village was at Dr. Ray- Proprietary and '
,::1 : -- ,Despite her chagrin, ,:Miss Daisy And want to ask you, Daisy-" mond's, a quarter of a mile away. Fancy Goo i:": : ,(' You" seem comfortably sure of her, smiled at the misuse of pronouns, "I've only to ask, and the little Daisy knew it must have been left FINE TOILET ARTICLES
': ; Tom. well, why not, my dear knowing perfectly well if she were to lady's mine'' prompted taunting mem- burning for Grace and Tom. Grace ,
: s .t; Jack, when I've only to ask, and the look like a fright her aunt would regret ory, kindling in Daisy a dangerous could not have been home long, for PERFUMERY, SOAPS
6 y :j little lady's mine? I'm immensely it more than she. For a sensible fi I'e. she and Jack had come the long road

i :taken with" her but I've hung off woman,without undue personal vanity, Notwithstanding his vaunted, assurance by the mill. IN GREAT VARIETY.

: :::about- it muft be admitted :Mrs. Blunt hada Tom hesitated over the vital If I can only get there before the -
The dip of advancing oars drowned most of the with the reins till out murmured
complacent enjoyment question, fidgeting lamp goes Daisy, .PJ'"' Physicians'
...i .,. the rest of the sentence, but Miss Daisy beauty of her stylish niece from, the the horse rebelled and started oft'at a speeding along the street. What Pres..riptioncarefully 1
? Campbell in her hammock behind the city. canter., Having soothed the animal's could she do better than to beseechthe compounded with pure Drugs,at

p 1 ;elders had heard enough to destroy '* I hate to leave you alone so late ruffled feelings, Tom began afresh. Raymonds to shelter her? She reasonable prices.

I r f i ,her peace. Fearful of betraying her in the 'evening, auntie," said Daisy, "Daisy ? I ; knew no other ,family so well, and be- ...
, presence by the movement of a 1 finger; throwing a handful of empty pods at Well, Mr. Raymond ? sides, no other family was awake. (-;-rr."1-.H
: ;the girl lay rigid as marble, watching ,the chickens by the doorstone. I'm "Now, Daisy you promised to call After what had passed she shrank -:c--O ::::
1 i with strained-eyes two fragrant blue afraid you'11, be nervous about the me Tom:" from meeting Tom, but she shrank far OO--'r'""1 O-S"o!
i .; :wreaths of smoke gliding past her re- tramp that called this morning." Did'F? It isn't half so pretty a more from meeting the tramp whom ""1 "-1" _.__::-_.'....
i 1 1 treat, till through: an opening in the "Nonsense dear I'm not :Mr. her excited _-.(1) Q.O 00 Q
my ; one name as Raymond. fancy was continually -j =' !::.='
, t,;. a, a ;bushes farther up the brook she caught of the nervous sort. I always stay by I'm glad if you like my name, evolving from the shadows. What a.-...... ..... .
4 :i' ,a fleeting glimpse of a birch canoe be- myself nights when your uncle goes to Daisy. 'I wish you'd take it to keep." with fear and haste, she reached the en.:1: "2 (=!..).toe Ssss '
cro.0: ....
; heath the smoke, and of the smokers, -
his'Lodge meeting. If I get tired and You're too generous, Tom. I'm threshold breathless. Pushing open 2(1)? -;;:
''r {two gay sunburned youths with guns sleepy,I lock the doors and go to bed. not strong-minded woman. Shouldn't the hall door, little vagrant that she hocn' :., 0jCo .
f 1 and fishing rods. Tom Raymond sat When I lie I can't want to'be called Mr. she stole in Grace in .; o:':
, s on my good ear Raymond. was, upon busy 00-... w _tt..)
, : in the stern, tall, handsome Tom, who hear a sound, you know, and your "Don't tease, Daisy. You know securing the parlor shutters. .s::.::' -:":"1: ..,......;.:.
=: t'I
;1 had now boasted of a conquest of her- uncle can in without what I I to "Hush Grace don't screamdon'trouse :: :'nS :'
c come wakingme. mean. am just dving ; : -:... .tj....
: self. In that moment of wounded ." make: you Mrs. Raymond, my beloved anybody," she cried, in a hys- o""1 0.-= _= <='....
1' ; I pride and fierce indignation Miss "But how'does he get in ?" little wife." terical whisper. "I thought maybeyou'd Irj--*::: *::: !*

;i Oh he takes there I should have die if did let with I'm 9 ,.-
cheerful11y a key ; are two to you me sleep you. (-co 73 -T ..
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i 4. | for the front door. There's the extra Tom. Beloved wives' are under locked out." ij rR(1)g-: TJ.... : *.ri.. CO -y P K.io
J 4I<< ... !fsoH: ; ?
'y ,. ; | Oh, she's a daisy, hummed Jack one over the clock. You'd better tombstones.'* Locked out, poor dear "P: *c<*ri CT5 3 ->->- ff
E O 0 wJ
i McKeon, and as the mocking tenor 'have' it to-night; then if I don't feel Do be serious, Daisy. 'You must "Yes ; I'll tell you all about it o fio owo.o rr_ ,
a .3 .._ 3
'! !Ismote her ear the quivering listener, like getting up for,you, 'I won't. Your 'know have been in love with you presently. Can't I go up stairs first?. ::r c.>_t"" rB
() e:1
*>* 1 thought she could have sp.erl'' Jack wont be likely to get home before from the first.daYI saw you." I'm so tired o ::: o" 9otjo(1)
; I I -drown too-the idle tell-tale! "
: saucy twelve. Ah. thoiight Daisy: with curling Y ou"re'as white as a sheet, bird- b a- (1)tgoiO
f4 1 x : Why need he proclaim to the birds of By twilight Miss Daisy's turbulent lip, if,I'hadn't played evesdropper? kin. Run up to my room. I'll followas '<, b.eM: ; -
f i : the air and the fishes of the water that crimson had softened into sea shell what a happy little simpleton I mightbe soon as Tom comes in. He's at the ==.'fi | Q

w : the lady in question, ,Toms'little lady pink. Aunt Abby flattered herself 1 "Serious, Tom? '\ she said stable feeding Lady.'* -C. -t'(1), = en ,...
; to be had for the asking: was no other =---I"""1- ") .....".....
that she had never seen the child aloud ; "I'm literally serious as the Lady ? -- (1) < t1
: than herself, Mrs. Blunt's city niece, handsomer than when, in filmy draperies grave. You've made my stay at Oak- Hasn't Tom told you of this Lady, 05-::: Crf tl o.z o =1Z

: '. ;: little Daisy Campbell? How indelicate she floated down the piazza stepsto land very pleasant ; you've given me the lovely colt Uncle Ezra has given .o Irj.. 3 QcoO.p,) :=2....1-1.
f" : outrageous! Tom drives.and sails and I'm him ? She while at .tj-l;
Raymond's waiting phaeton glorious no came we were .?.. ::- 1 _. .-....
.<.. And yet the.song.hurt her far less "The infatuated boy looks as if he end obliged. But in regard to this Pinafore." ::::.._ 3 rlJ rr-O-
1 ; i: than Tom's words. If Tom, Tom Raymond was beholding an angel[ from heaven," new favor you propose to confer on "His little Lady." ;:j _of9m-.... 00Q )

:'; could speak so lightly of her, mused the pleased lady, who dearly me, no, no, Tom ; I must decline it, Papa thought Uncle Ezra would -.0 Zj03.--p Q.. -:..'w m
i 1:: : xvhy might not Jack sing what he better her till Tom Irj.k O
1 loved Tom. But she said prosaically : thank you. keep was gradu- -. '''
.:: "Ow'. m
. j,::: pleased, and all Oakland listen? So Do drive carefully, Tom. Daisy, did Favor Really, Daisy, 1 fail to ated ; but uncle pets Tom, and he said o-. -"i- ---. =,.tj z;
!; that was the way Tom was in the habit you take the key ?" see how I've provoked that sarcasm.*' Tom might as well have her at once."
.; of talking about her? She had heard Let's talk about it Tom. Ah heard the of distant
.. Yes, auntie, it's in my pocket. not Daisy closing a FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER!
, .. :: \ before that young men by themselves Pocket?-Can they put pockets in we're nearly home." door, and fled to dream too confusedfor

::. were excessively: free In discussing sea-foam ?" laughed Tom, tucking the But, Daisy, I must talk about it," record. FOR SALE CHEAP:
: their lady friends, and now she had linen lap-robe about the young lady's pleaded ,Tom, seizing her hand. Do As she was tiptoeing out of the AND SLABS,
tl ;; proof of the fact. Unmannerly, detestable billowy flounces. I feel myself quite you mean you never can care for me? house in the early morning she came EDGINGS 10 cents per load

'' S r : : creatures, especially Tom? inadequate to the care of this fluffy elegance Oh, Daisy, Daisy, don't say it upon Tom, looking glum and sleepless. ROUGH LUMBER,
r R : i 4 I've only to ask, and the little Mrs. Blunt, I do assure you." His manner was eager, his tone I beg your pardon, Tom, for whatI From $5 to$16 per M ft.,

; lady is mine those were his very But it's his, he has only to ask, perilously sweet, though noW at the said last night-about the hen-coop, according to quality

i' ; words," moaned hapless little Daisy, and it's all his," thought Miss Daisy, door, he' made no movement to alight; you know,'* she whispered, in dimpled DRESSED LUMBER,$12 to$20 per 31.M
. : biding her hot face among the hammock scornfully, as she bade her aunt a gay it seemed as if he could not let Daisygo confusion. It was awfully naughty.I .
,, !I cushions in an agony of humilia- goodbye.In till she had promised to love him. take it all back." Orders by Telephone promptly attended to

1 ; tion. She had always felt that if the whole region round about Don't be absurd, Tom," cried she, "And you will take back all the WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE MiiL

'I! Tom had<< a fault it was self conceit, there was not a lovelier drive than almost beside herself with fear lest she rest, Daisy," implored Tom, cheeredby Office foot Centre Steam Saw Street.and Planing 8

I,1.ut, she wouldn't have believed he this five miles between Oakland and might yield in spite of everything."I'll her blushes. --

could be so conceited as this. What Oakland Falls. Taking it by moon- never marry you-never never Hush Can't stop, Tom," said R. W. CAMPBELL,
; ; had she said or done to warrant his light, on a perfect July evening, with Why, Tom Raymond,. I'd as soon she, with an evasive laugh, I must
4 :! .1 boastful assertion? She would challenge a fascinating young lady by his side, marry that hen-coop." take myself back now to Aunt Abby. REALESTATBAGESX,
+ it Aunt Abbey, she would challenge and a, spirited horse obedient to his To do Daisy justice, she hardly You must do no such thing, Daisy
:! Tom's,sister to say that she had will, Tom Raymond mentally acknowledged knew what she said. Bent on con- Campbell," said Tom, stoutly, his Waldo, Florida.

i 1 never been silly with Tom. If there that the conditions were vincing her overwise lover that she clouded mind precipitately illuminedby LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

: !bad been any silliness, it'had not been favorable for enjoyment. ,He had was not his to be had for the mere the ,coquett's sparkle in, her eye. Lands Located
I ,
,1 4 : n her side, unless-truthful Daisy been planning this tete-a-tete for days ; asking,-she had hurled ,the hen coop "By your leave, madam, I shall take Taxes Paid, and
# : 1 winced at the recollection-unless- he had gone so far as to formulate: cer- in to'her sentence simply for emphasis.It you: back to Aunt Abby myself, and I Titles Examined.

1 t, I y well, perhaps, she did let'Tom hold tain momentous speeches to be ,deliv- wounded Tom beyond all expression. shall ask her to lock you in next time, offered,and all per' *J
: ;: her hand an instant longer than necessary ered on this occasion, but with the To offer himself to a young ladyas and keep you for me. Come, the car- desiring Many bargains to locate are in :Florida will fining
I the day he had helped her over ,strongest desire to lead,the conversa- a husband, only to be rejected by riage is ready. We'll ride with the their interest to call upon or comml1 3 icwIth
1 the fence and, wished she had not tion into sentimental channels, he was her as a hen-coop-this.he felt was,too little Lady," me. ---
clung to him in,the rain storm. But ,continually baffled by an intangible much for human nature to bear. CURTIS k CO..
i : at eighteen what girl likes to be a something in Miss Daisy's manner. Without further dallying he helped BUILDING BRIDGE OVER THE

: .. +. prude ? Though, for that matter, she ,He spoke of a. lovely bird he was Daisy dismount, and drove away witha JORDAN, IN PALESTINE. 'T> EAL ESTATE AGENTS,
: ; had more than once during their ,mounting especially for herself, and curt adieu. United States Consul Merrill, at Jerusa- ST. MARY'S

: :. i summer's acquaintance snubbed Tom she discoursed of the swallow, Aunt Wretched Miss Daisy gazed after lem, reports that during the summer at- ,Loans Mortgages negotiated,Ex'
: :. ,I for trying to make love to her? Still, Abby's chimney ; he hinted at man's him with lack .luster eyes, feeling as tempt has been made to build a bridge over changes effected.
.; ; ;.1 lie'd only to ask, and the little lady craving for affection, and she deplored spiritless as a glass of yesterday's the Jordan at Jericho. It has progressed Mill Sites, Town Lots from 2o 5 feet to 5c-to>,tt t
: was his. That was his version of the Abram's craving for drink ; he quoted 'soda-water. How angry he must have slowly however, 'as the lumber furnished acres, Lands and Plantations from

; :a; ctory and hh had gloated over it to "Aurora Leigh," ,and she cited i been to have left her to unlock the had to be brought from Europe and carriedon acres N. ,B.co for sale.St..Mary's having been select I i

j .; ,; 'I :Jack. Daisy lifted her tousled brown 'Mother Goose." She sang nasallylike I door for herself! And, oh dear the backs of camels ,from the port of as the termin of the Atlantic&Miss ve Pp.
:' : 1 i 3iead defiantly and sat bolt upright. Deacon Shed, mimicked Squire what ailed the key ? Would it never, Jaffa to the river. ,The consul suggests that Canal (under the Gillmore survey made), charters fotwment for tbs.

: : I won't: ,be crushed:-I: will not !I' Eddy's Fourth of July oration, and, never, turn ? Oh, for strong fingers I ITomls there might be some market in Palestine construction by General of which having been nted'he d

.; she cried aloud, dashing her tears in a word, was as captivating, .frivolous : fingers Presently it dawned for American lumber, as the Austrian and by the United States Government ana a I lar
;. ; :I i right and left. "I'll go to. Pinafore and reckless as a heavyheartedgirl upon Daisy that there must be some Turkish lumber now used there is of poor Legislatures of Georgia and Florida I
;,;,i; 'i:i to-night just as if I'd overheard nothing well could be. As she passed. obstruction in the lock. quality and high priced, but the country is increase confidently in the looked value of for.adjacent" (See ndorkbe

r ;_ ::1 and if he chooses to ask for the Grace Raymond in the hall, that young By the aid of 'the'moon she peepedin ket probably for anything too poor to at make present much the of a whole mar- Sun,27-3-83.)

: :r little lady, why, he may. She's, sure lady whispered to Jack McKeou: that at the keyhole and saw the trouble.., yearly imports at Saffa. which ;is the Mediterranean Deed
; .J i of her own mind at last. She'll have Daisy Campbell was'the belle of the In locking the door on the inside seaport for Jerusalem, amount to Warranty and Mortgage DOZES

i 4: t Tier; answer ready." .- audience. Aunt Abby had forgotten to remove only about.$600,000.-Scientific American. LINEN ,PAPER-75 CTS.receipt PER of -q$,
: '; '} Springing from her hammock, Miss "With one exception, of course" the ke) Daisy pulled the bell fran- Great Reductions stamp. sent upon

; Daisy walked with martial tread amended gallant Jack. I tically till the peals echoed through In Fall and Winter Goods at AddressFLORIDA, 'IIRROR., FJ3.
;' J"through the garden into the kitchen Proud, sensitive Daisy. She pre- every room, pulled till she broke the J. & T.KYDD'S. 26 Fernandina
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. '. .. :. I THE FLORIDA :MIRROR : FEBRUARY. 21. 1885... 0 ,. .. .. ..o .___' .. '0. _,' .. i .".__ _, .,'. .. .._.:'_:, :; '

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- I-.tLTVIOIU: ,C- O//0 RAILROAD that Pennsylvania furnaces had so reducedthe IS THE CIRCUIT COURT .,'PIUeationor License I 1- ,. ;; ,,.
SCHOOL ron A.\PRKXTICES.\ : price of their iron that the, Southern FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU To the Hoard: of County Commissioners_ of ,

fe,, Baltimore it Ohici Pud I road Company iron could not come in, but this don't COUXTY. FLORIDA. Nassau County, State of Florida: i !...,................_:........ _.... ,n,

tlwinaugurqriun of a "Technoncal show it. I respectfully ask to. be granted a, licence j <
*nnotlll'I' _. DEXTER HUNTER, 1 for the:sale of ales, wines and liquors in the MILLINERYt! f
Baltimore for the -- -- -- ,
School' at prornota .
1o" instruction for the The Pennsylvania Railroad Company has vs |I town of Callahan, and enclose herewith the ...... ...................... ...... .--, .
) ta Higher course ;jjf JOHN H. Y OYXTItX. ATTACHMENT, signatures i of a majority of the .l legally regfstercd ; -

(iiiiee" ,,f this service than that nowpursued. been straightening their road through Xew Doing business under the }} $ ,3.W. voters of tins precinct, as'required.by -\T-

rppr Jersey, thereby cutting down the distance and of John law.. .
The school toile be under the dia -. name style I
( between Philadelphia and Xew. York, over Boyntiu's; Son. J JSAID LSigned.]. I. HIGGINBOTHAM.
board of directors KING'SBAZARHATS
J ,, >} :even apnnnnally -
ft'C'0I1 four miles. About the only wooden bridges DEFENDANT JOIIX II. BOYX-
POllltt'1, by tjie president of ,the doing business as John Boynton's We, the undersigned registered voters of
on their main line were on that division, Election District Xo. 9, of Nassau
":'" (','titlanyTI a examinatio'is! for dun: will hereby take notice of the commencement county.
railr but they have been left' behind and iron Florida, respectfully request that the Board
wjltbe of the above entitled suit
and will by BONNETS
thorough, RIBBONS
aau..u very j of Commissioners ,
County of Nassau
bridges have taken their places.on. the revised Attachment in the Circuit Court) Fourth county,
Jeconducted by boatd consisting of two Floridado Isaiah D. Higginbotham
u grant:
Judicial Circuit, in and for the County
four tracks
line. building
They are
medical examiners of t ire Employes' Relief Nassau Florida; and is notified to app.ear, the right to sell distilled and malt liquors at FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS.
with steel rails the entire distance betweenthe Callahan in the above nanied district.T .
and thrcj instructors of the plead or demur to the declaration tiled
Association two cities. Much of it was built, but J C Geer, London Jones, his x mark,
therein, on or before the first Monday in A Full Line of
Lace and
. Technological school. !The general regulations John Holland, his x mark, Amos Denefield, Elegant Moll FieT1..
the gaps will be completed at once.-Rail- March next., or judgment by default will be .
. governing appointment, admission taken herein on behalf of Dexter Hunter Tony Conover, his x mark, Tobias Jones,
that way Reporter. his x mark, Samuel Jones, his x murk, H CRAPE LISSE RUCHIXGS.
uf state they
lIud service apprentices j the plaintiff above named.
---- -- --- W Thompson his mark I
x Hamp Jones, hisx
divided into three classes, viz. : 1st R. W. DAVIS,
ffill be Traveler's Guide. mark. J D JV
H. J. BAKER Higginbotham, Sheffield, Linen Collars and Kid Cloves ,
class, B. A 0. apprentices 2d Mack Rollins Sherrard
,Junior) ; Attorneys for Plaintiff. General Horace tAll i

class, 15. & 0. cadets; 3d (Senior) class, B. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. Fernandina, Fla., Xov. 28, IH8-t. l-3m H Bratldo, Jacob Pendarvis, his x mark' of the Latest Styles ,
Allan Cgilvie, W J Thompson J H Sauls,
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The terms of service of the Train leaves .
A O. officers. Day Passenger Owen 1
junes Burney Bryant Moses
ditfert'llt classes will be, first class, 4 years; For Cedar Key.and Wild wuodand In the Circuit Court, ChiLl'maiJVm Crain, his x "mark E G FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS '
311 points o'n; Transit Road.....10.25 a. nr. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
. second and third classes, 3 years each. As Stewart James A Braddock his x mark.
For Savannah and all points* North COUNTY FLORIDA. James 0 Burney, his x mark, John Williams -
the company Vars the expense of educating and West...................10.25 a. m. his Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.
x W B Boothe, James H
D.YIDVu.sox and
i itretains; 'privilege to avail (connecting at Callahan.) EBEN1ILUNTINO ) Jones
apprentices tine doing business James T Allbritton, C K Buford. J
itself of the services ( such as are competent For Tallahassee, IVnxicola. and all I N Higginbotham, Mesheck Burney, his x +
points on the Florida Central & as Attachment. I : (I I If f
mark H C H ,
Johnson. Thompson, Moses
I for at least: three years after graduation, Western Railroad....... ... ..to.:. a. m. vs. $
Amount $1,700. Lang, D C Crews, his x mark, J K Crews, SUMMER GA MES.I
at fair salarie- The pay of apprentices and (connecting at Baldwin.) JOHN H. BOTON, doing $ ) ;
Bund J,4 his x mark, Jacob Young, his x mark,
cadets comu'iencing with the date of their I1l'asqcugu Train urflees and business style under of JOHN the BOYN name I Enethy Sauls, his x mark, J W Swarts, t II

. admission into service, will be : From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and TON'S SON.DEFENDANTS. J Neil Thomas, his x mark, Matthew J All-

-First Class-n Second ClassThird Class, all points.on the Transit Road. 4.35 p. m. britton Charles E .Murrhee, John Hi h.
prday pr cIa) pr day From Savannah and all points in WILL TAKE NOTICE tower, John Williams, his x mark, Henry Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats,

1.1\.eaf....?F.7) 1st year.h.OO: 1st year...$1,50 the North and West......... 4.35 '. in. of suit in the above Bradley, Sr.. his x mark, Graham Crews, .
:'I1d 'clI.r.... .*0 2nd ye. r. 1.12% 2nd 'car" 1.75 From Tallahassee, PI>ns\'ul<. ,and entitled cause by attachment issued out of his x mark, Henry Bradley Jr, his x mark, MARBLES, KITES, ETC. <
5,1 year.... .* ) '3d year.*.. 1.. 3d year... 2.00 all points on the Florida Central the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit John Copland his x mark, James R Green,

uh,vi>ar.... l.W & Western Railroad........ 4.35p.m. in and for the County of Nassau, and are John Blake, Win Thornton, his x mark. -ALSO- i
All students will be! required to wear in notified to appear in said cause on or before Melton A his mark Malachi 1
Clapp, x ,
'T'tl leavesFot
.Yitl't PIl. qCllg1" Large Grass Hammocks and .
the first Monday in April next or judgmentby Express Wagtns.DING'S ;
the school, on all public occasions and at Cedar Key' Wild wood, and all Thompson, his x mark, Alberty Braddock I

Mich other times as maybe designated by points on the* Transit Road..... 5.30 p. m. default will be entered therein upon failure Esau Choen, his x mark, J B Carroll, W W -
on the part of said defendant to plead Boothe B G Britt Tilmwn James
Dyal, ,
General Manager,ja prescribed uniform, For :l\'allIIall1111 all points North demur the declarations
the or to filed BAZAR
and West........ ... .......... 5.30 p. in. answer Hargo his x mark, T Thomas' his x mark, Is.Cor Is.
the first suit to be fun ished free and all renewals at Callahan.) in said cause on or before the first Monday G W Dyal, J A McIntosh, W Wingate,
at cost price. Candidates for admission For( Tallahassee Pensacola,anti all in May, 1885. H. J. BAKER. II J Davis his x mark, Archibald Davis hisx Centre and Fourth Sts.. Fernandina- ;!

to the first class must be betweenliand11 points on the Florida Central A; Attorney for Plaintiffs. mark, William Johnson, his x mark. W C I,

Western Railroad.......:... JOHN A. EDWARD, Thornton, his x mark, John Carroll, his'x :
of and to the second 5.30p.m. Circuit Court $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT Ai7.tss\| t /
years ajjjj, at -Baldwin,) Clerk of the mark, M M Carroll, A Carroll, his x mark, // :
(connecting :
dais between 17 and 2 years of age.They; In and for the County of Xassau, Fla. B J Carroll, E L Carroll. Grisslie Thomas, tfe

must be physically sound and must possessa Xigltt Ptiss nger Train arrives and Fernandina, Fla., Dec. 27. :3mo.Sheriff' Joseph W Ireland, J J Atkinson, Sr, John. ON receipt of $5 we fI II IItnc

From Cedar Key, Wildwood Nettles, his x mark, D Burnett, his x mark, will send you an Elec- ,: 1 j'' -
fair knowledge of; reading, writing, orthography all points on the Transit Road... S.50 a. m. }* Sale.. Jerry M Keen. Abram Woods, his x mark. : Lamp. Burglar : *K _!I !

arithmetic! English grammar, From Sav.Ulnah1111 all points in UNDER and by virtue of;'an execution Stephen Cohen, his x mark, J .T McCall, A Alarms $1. Call Bells .: : rl

descriptive geography and United States the North and West.......... 8.50 a. m. out of the Circuit Court Fourth J Boothe, C B Smith Raymond Cay, Jacob $1. Electric Gas Lighter / = ..

Doard'of Examiners will From Pel1!.wola. Tallahassee, and Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Goodman his x mark, David Green, John Telegraph Instruments y"t ,,
history. The nil points on Florida Central & in suit in said Court determined whereinP. = Ii\
a Boothe. Joshua Miller his x mark, \V1 Medical L'atteYr -'f F .
meet at Mt. Clare statjon, Baltimore on the Western Railroad............ 8.50a.m. I. Courier is plaintiff and Clarence N. Crews, his x mark, Lewis Hall, Neebam ries, &c.

first Monday of each month, when there are FKRX.\NIHXY & JACKSONVILLE K. R. Brewster defendant, and George Henry gar- Turner, o' C Higginbotham, JV Keen A "In regard to your new Electric Light ,

candidates for examination and no candidates nishee. I have levied upon and will sell at Higginbotham: A D Carroll, B F Crawford, we think you will be exceedingly successfulin '

Train leaves tinexcept Sunday public auction in front of the Court-house Jim Sauls, R \V Spann, H Lake.'Wash Hary, securing its universal adoption.1'I 1

will be re-examined within three For Jacksonville............11.10 a. in. in the city of Fernandina, on Monday, the W Goodman, his x mark, T W:McIntosh J F Yery truly yours MINER & KEDFIELP; :

months of his last jection by the board. For Jacksonville ............. 5.10 p. m. 2nd day of February A. D. 1885, all the right, Cooner. H S Higginbotham, his x mark, W 737 Broadway, X. 1 ." jj

All who paM examination will be expectedto Train arrhvf dnili/, except Sunday title and interest which George Henry had N Knight, J C Crawford, his x mark, Jury I witnessed with much pleasure the tests ;'I

become members of the Baltimore it From Jacksonville......:.....10.10 a. m. on the 27th day of May, 1882, or at any time George, ItV Grunt DV Large, Thomas of your new Electric Light. I believe you 1
From Jacksonville............ 4.12p.m. thereafter in and to Lotune ((1)), Section fourteen Dana. A C Jones, B F Sanders/his x mark, will find no difficulty in bringing it int<.. I I

Ohio Employes' Relief Association. Full Sniiflni OH///- ((14)), Township two ((2)), North, Range J R Dval. his x mark, J C Keen, his x general use. Eastern Man. orthwestern -. J

particulars be had;; by addressing Mr. From Jacksonville .............10.3S a. m. twenty-eight( ) East containing fiftyfouracres. mark, Robert Goodman. Jr, Willis Jones, Lumberman." HENRY BI GJL\I. I'

Bradford Dunham, General Manager Balti- For Jacksonville ........... 4.00 p. m. his x mark, R1 Googe, Sutton Harkless, "We take pleasure in stating that the tests-
Terms cash purchaser paying for title. Jacob Goodman, Sr, his x mark, J I Cross, we made of your Electric Light proved ('
& Ohio tilroay) Baltimore Md. Railway
more -
M\LLtItY LINE 'J. A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff. Jackson Dukes, his x mark. James,W Hig fectly satisfactory. You will have a
Age. .. ; For XC"ork direct, by steamships Fernandina, Fla., January, 3,1885.In ginbotham, J D Higginbotham E 'T Johnson and ready sale. Yours truly, ptr'I'I t

r-i. .- =-i,-, -= = State of Texas or City of Circuit Court- Judicial S W Knight, G W Barber., Earl Davis, RICHARDS & Co,, 'il t

The act 'for preventing discrimination San Antonio Thurs lay evening 7.00p.m. the W F Bradley, S B McGlew David Williams, and 26 Fourth Avenue.X.

among railroads or Tor enforcing the first, From New York direct by City of Florida. Circuit Nassau County, J D Turner, James Hall, William Peterson, The above testimonials explain them-1 t

third San Antonio and State c Texas, InChancery.: ., W R Smith, Redic R Thornton, Joseph selves. .
and"'seventh !sections of the seven- I every Friday..... .......... 3.00p.m. LOVIE EUGENIA SUTTON, ) Jon.es. his x mark Mack Jones, his x mark, WE WANT A XUM3ER OF LIVE'AGENTS. .

teen article of the Constitution, of Pennsylvania I. ciiARLnsTojf & rLoium STIHMSIIIP LINE. vs. } DIVORCE. J B Lyons, John Brown, his x mark. D MSparkman. G. W. FOSTER & CO.. t

seem to be at! very innocent looking For Charleston by s-teatnship City DAVID HUNTER SUTTOX. R Bryant, his x mark, D L Norton 45-3m 21 Park Row X. Y. i;

document, but the fourth section says that oflouticcUo'ery Wednesday.From ON MOTION OF THE COMPLAINANTby W E Norton, J M Norton, James Cope- ftt

no undue ;I'nr unreasonable discrimination Charleston, by same steamer her counsel, John T. & George W. land, J K Carroll. Wm Branch. C B Hall, = ------
i i1Ir
hall he made." every Sunday... ......... p. in. Walker, (it being made to appear to my sat- W LLoyd, A M Powell, J T Gill, A Davis
That settles it. That For Charleston, by steamship Cityof isfaction that the Judge of the Fourth Cir- W II Bostick, Charles Vance Henry R I8I 1l1J. I iJ l Ii

makes a loophole! that kills the whole bill. Palatka every Sunday. cuit of Florida is disabled by illness to attend Stewart, J B Gwynn, J S Carroll, Charles IZ l :'

In the minds of interested parties there From Charleston'by same steamer to the duties of his office), and, on reading Floyd, James F Davidson, A 0 Green, hisx } "' I'!f i
never was undue) or unreasonable discrimination every Wednesday.......... p. m and considering the Bill and the mark. Alexander Harris, John Bryant, ( )1e. t .. If I'' ;
affidavit thereto attached it is ordered thata Green 'VimberJ) Bailey Smith, J J Ed- .
in freight rates, and with such a law ST. MATS RIVER. hearing be had on the facts charged in the mundson, W H Maxwell.. 1r,9 y_ 1

in force it would bjj hard to establish in ajuryntan'snliu(1 Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- said Bill on the first Monday in May, 1885, We the undersigned, hereby certify that 0"I". ,., I i. r'I'i
For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday at the whose in the \ ,. '.;; \ :5I'.J
the.difference, persons names appear ,
between / .
reasonable Chambers.THOMAS W. i
and ............. 3.00 .
Friday p.m. F. KING, Judge. foregoing petition, signed the same, or at- : '. : : .,' I '
and unreasonable .
discrimination. For St. Marvs and Dunireness.. on January 3d, 1885. 10-3m tached their marks thereto in our presence, .r ,1'i ,' / 'of' .
J Every section of that act Wednesday. ; and Saturday.:.. 2.00 m. -e oil A- '". I.IJ I,
says very emphatically p. and that neither fraud, bribery nor deception "'r."., ., 't9 .'. ". / .J I
that there shall be no favoritism or For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial was used in procuring said signatures ormarks. Y" "-. ),..11."". ""
Monday and Thursday....... 8.00a.m. tI
discrimination ; and this very fourth section Circuit, in and for the ; J : f
Steamer Martha (,arrives County oi Nassau Florida, F. C. IIIGOINBOTHAM. l lit
says that there shall bo no reduction in the From St. Mar\s and Crandall on Josiah H. Prescott 1| JAMES W. HIGGINBOTHAM. I : I

charges on tie{ sam class of goods, and yet :1011111'IIH'1 Thursday......... 7.00 a. m. vs. I j notice of JOHN D. HIGGINBOTHAM, t: I I

italso says there shlll be no undue or un From St.: Marys and Dungencss, John H. Boynton doing.bust..Attachment. ;! '." !J ..

reasonable on Wednesday and Saturda9.00 a. m. mess under the and Amount State of Florida, ) It' ,
discrimination in charges or fa- name j jOn J ..
From Salary's* and King's Ferry, style of John Boynton's I Sworn to County of]C/sau. fh-
cilities. The. mesh(>s of this law, if passed, Tuesday and Friday.......... 2.00 p. iii.Post Son. J $1,000. this 7th day November A. D. 1884, It

will have Here; a 'broken strand, through personally appeared before me I. D. Hig in- :
above named H. .
defendant John t
which tish THE botham, to me well known, who being duly t!
the will all The first
.lot ice. [
escape. OJl.cc of the City of-Xew York, doing sworn, deposeth and says, that each and I
section of the seventeenth article of the Office Hours From 8:00 A. )1'. to 6:00: P. M. business under the .name and style of every name or mark affixed to the above t
(Constitution contains all that is necessary Sunday hours, 10:30:: A. at I. to 11:30 .\. M. John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to petition was the act and deed of the party f.2Q" jd

except the penalties for the violation of the Money Orders and Registered Letters from enter his appearance in and to the above entitled purporting to have signed the same, and X' : 1" : : J \ I
commenced P. :
8:00 A. M. to 1:00 and from 2:00 attaciinu-nt suit against
: p. M.: p. M that said signatures were signed in the .. ., I
Constitution. There is such a multitude of to 3:30 p. m. him in said court by Josiah II. Prescott of at least two creditable witnesses, ." t. ';.. ,. 'o'So ',1
presence -It.iJ
laws each l pulling atod hauling at the other Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in t' I
that there fraud -
ARlUI.xo DEl'VRTURE OF THE MAILS.Trnnfit and was no bribery or
of them entirely January, 1885. and to plead or demur to the Jiew @rlelom' .. ''H
many contradictory, thatit (0 Peninsular Railroad in procuring said signatures or .
declaration filed therein before the
is hard to keep the run of them. It looksas Arrives daily exceptSunday..... 4.45 p. }I. on or marks of said persons, whose names appear \
first Monday in February, 1885 or judgmentwill Opening December I. 1884: Closing May 311INPFK .m8
Brings mails from the North the signed to the foregoing petition.
though : of hem mixed be entered liim bv default. .
many are on against I
up .
Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular 1. D. HIGGINBOTHAM. !ft..
: TAIL Al SI'M'KS or'ri. I'' i
purpose, so that thdy may not be enforced, railroads. H. J BAKER, Subscribed and sworn to before me this

Xo hw like:his once could be lived up to. Closes daily except Sunday........10:00 A. M. J. A. Attorney EDWARDS.for Plaintiff Clerk' Circuit.above Court.suit. 7th day of November, A. D. 1884. United States Government W :
Takes mails for the North the CHAS. H. BERG,
with ,
one of it the
part other
mandatory Fernandina, Fla., September 6,188.43mSheriffs .1
Public. .
Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular Notary. i iI
"Go "
as y t Please. Xo judge, no jurymancan roads.Leeslurg ,

definJ\vhat,;\ unreasonable discrimination train arrives daily..... 8:40 A. M. Sale. In- Circuit Court Fourth Judicial I $1,300.0004.r( -: '\:

is. Tliey cannot define the line.--RaiReview. !- Brings Western mail only. UNDER hv virtue of a decree of fore- Circuit, Nassau County, Fla. Appropriated l Ity Ilitr <; -n r.u ,.......n., '.. Ji s t '.'
Femanania d' Jacksonville Railroad mortgage i sue ont of Lettie Miller 1 1vs. ,
a the
we.I! .; e. Notice of 1WConlribntctt f
I l
Arrives daily except Sunday,.... 4:15 A. M. Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Nassau $500.0D.
,- Brings the Jacksonville and St.Jolrit's county, in a suit determined wherein John Boynton, doing busattachment.. .. t
under the and Amount In tint'iiifi,- >.f \rttPica.. l IS
mess name ;,
The productive; capacity of the steel rail river mails. Warren F. Scott is Plaintiff and Moses Robinson !M';

mills of the United States is about Closes daily except Sunday! ....10:30 A. M. Defendant I have levied upon'and style of John Boynton's sworn to$400 I $900 .RUAO 1Apprnpri.ilyd .
1,600,000 Son. J t'lI .
Takes theJncksnllnllc,8t..Tohn'sUi'er will sell at public auction in front of the ,
tons per annum.). About 600,000 tons went and Northern mails. court house, in the city of Fernandina, on THE above named defendant, John H. I l It v \I.i.... 'l'
'"to new ,lines last year, and the amount Snndiiy Mail the first Monday in February, A. D. 1885 of the City of New York, doing I 'fIJ.I : '
business under the name.and style of
H\1 as renewals, new second truck and Jacksonville and St. John's River, being the second day of said month, all the Son is notified to I .

siding osUmated; arrives....................10:25 A. M. right title and interest of the said .Moses John Boynton's ,'in hereby and :the above I ApprnpriitrI hr tls 'titr ....i..w "Iii'
at GTiO.OOO tons, &42 enter his to
or Northern mail arrives.......... 9:00 p. M. Robinson in and to the following described appearance suit commenced I 7 3: t
I for rent.the total amount of rails in Jacksonville John's River and premises, to-wit ; Lot three((3)),Section six ((6)) entitled attachment against before $ .Q0/oo '

track. This i rate is equivalent to a renewal the North clones............ 6:00 A. M. Township two ((2)), North of Range Twenty- the him first by Lettie Monday Miller in, January plaintiff,, on 1885 or, and to Appronri.il l'* InCity i.' Nt- rr+ ."hI.;:

of the l.tiott'once; in 18.4 years. At the end Jacksonville :t. John's River eight, ((28)) East, 'containing'one hundredacres plead or demur to the declaration filed in I

of KS3a: I liitle) more than half the track of only, closes... .............. 4:00: p. M. more or less. said cause' on or before the first.Monday in From $5000 to $ ;
Terms cash for title.J. .
the l.tc(1 States was iron., The consump SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. purchaser. A. ELLERMAXX paying February 1885 or judgment by default will. I! A ppfuI'd.,,and,. rt I'Oiciuit h"'r'.nlrlt.o., I.. L.Ie'' 1atu.w, >r

tion of rails. for maintenance! ran down from SheriffXassau county. be entered against you. I.., -' ,
H. J .
BAKER. i ; "f.s..t"i
and ; r. f h* Un-on {1'1'i
Fernandina 3 E.tfy Stat TVrrtory '
1S4. i
January ,
10 j XOTICE. ...
per ce it. in 1872, when steel rails were Attorney for Plaintiff above suit. I and neln. a: tin t.a' ftatioti* i -
first u el,1 ip: 5.92 per cent. in 1877; then'rose ALL WHOM I IT MAY CONCERN : A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. COllt\I"" to'1f'r 'kaa C '
TO NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD.INESBOILER. J.Fernandina Fla.. September G, 1884.ATENTS. ,f',
a0'ainto ILiGpcreent.. in 1SS1, and, ..receded"pin Xotice is hereby given that I have been ,. The Biggest EsHt.! to: ? Bw'1 rit. :!mnq and the .

to 5.12 per cent. in 1883. The production appointed Administrator of all and.singular I Ii Biggest ITu:!.";. Een in ,tiie ,? :.. .gt|

of the goods, chattels, rights and credits of ".c:.:'s H:sv>. ". '._ _"h 'iI
stec'lrails increased from 83,391 tons William S. Rawson, deceased and all creditors ? I -. o. ,. "ti.;
") 1S72 to 1,304,403 of'said j' -NEW AND SECOND HAND. I AI'l'r.If". r.o"'I: .... ,. : .f .!""'r r..HV.J'-
in estate legatees and I ,
tons 18S2.-RailU'a persons entitled : < '
"OI"1' .ii. 'LSit3r Jy k
':<3'.trier. to distribution are notified to present ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES I 3'1':s &; co.. of the SC-U'.1\'TJFIC AJ1mCA. con- I oft-!:. ,-: t .. ,.. .S Ty ; I :.
their claims and demands, duly attested 'n.tt.e to,":t 11'4 S IiCJtors {.,r i'atent3. GtveaL".'rrde .....-i1..:; .:II-.J. :;.. {1:., ,
h :
CombUed Orange Box and Shingle Machine \hra.. C.pyrights fur the United 81.1tp.. Canada -' -" '
The Southern pig iron is still coming into within two years from this .date, and that Eagle Gina Saw Mills Planers, I2ea\m. te K ;:..:."U. l'V.i.n-.Germanyetc.. eland,' Dock. about. I II 'T1"h ,..t',1'r.._, ."'- ,''_,'',. _. ...
the' same will be barred unless exhibited Auk: for tnsne and Prices before Inirfnz.RANDLE tts j>"'it frw. TUirt- -IOn 1".1 r (:: rfnre.J'ut I the :1IIIt.u.. .t.'II'xiucu;ur< t Witlax :
Surtliern ports by of Savannah and it within said period"afuresaid.FRED cater { '< o''tJMm dthr'> -h MUXX.'I CO.aUOtiCld1n ',' ., ., ;' .'... 'H '
vrI ,
way .
tMsem'STIPIeA)1ER1CA: ''. tU3 la-scst. t e"t.llnj ;K'UthC" ,. ..-. .,.. ,. '.. ".. J iJ1..
ls stated that W. HOYT. & DUGANMACHfGCK ttc-I. "'.,I.JY tir,'utlt'd f'.if'T"ltltJJo'r. j 3.atafer.. I: u iturar.u ,! : .
has '. .
a ;
steamship company ,.'j .:,V ,," ,.'i
.1.'tr. Sp''f1 Prlrrtvi":S It "'I Intn"t r i 1'1r..rmt' J... I- '" '. f .
ntadea contract to. deliver in AdministratorEstate 65 67 69 ELM ST. CINCINNATI a '''. i>tciinpn copy of th P p -iilirc ,t f"r-- I I';;. lltrrtrinlr.rr' >."'. ,.c'k" t .( .h.-.iL
6.000; Philadelphia of William S. Rawson, dec'd.Feniandina i,...,, ....,tfrH. >rMr-s 5t u.vx &ri) .1 .:_...:.t c : 'i.' t.j; : ,j''f :-'..",- <
tons, It was stated several weeks Fla. (Write for Catalogue anti 11;ticn this paper.)' &simc.tUWce.2 I Broadway. New Yut. II f "
ago February 7, 1884. G\v V,."' '
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Ii :., : THE FLORIDA .MIRROR: FEBRUARY' 21, 1885.. .

c: .'.,. ., r. _
I : : ThEFLo1aDAMIR1wIL they may obtain forgiveness for their TIlE WORLD'S EXPOSITION fessed, the exhibits,of Florida in the I occupied with reference the JI
:: manifold sins and wick dness. NEW ORLEANS, February 16. Government Building were meagre. rison bill. Or-

'", L ;;GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. Man that is born of woman hath The first feeling of the visitor to This is'the more to be regretted be- A careful review of the 90 "'n

: Subscription, >82 per year; six months 81. but a short time to live and is full the Exposition is naturally discour- cause ,Florida was assigned a very and the tariff records of the SWl'ts

I'l' of misery," is .a sentence more especially aging. The approaches do not pre- prominent location near the main member leaves the reelected -
: Office corner Centre and First streets;second floor.: .
.,,. appointed to .be read at the sent the pleasant picture to, the eye entrance and adjoining the United sion that the Machinist is able to fig-
RATES OF ADVERTISING. burial of the dead, but the sentimentis which the beautiful grounds of the States Department.The ure .out a protection majority .-.
: :; each Ten subsequent cents a line insertion.for the first, and five cents for one which lies at'the bottom of the Centennial l Exposition at Philadelphia Commissioner has done admirably cause it is anxious that there hall

:. !, Special local notices, 15 cents a line. Christian religion and pervades the ,. gave. The rainy season, the ,. :; in providing the facilities be such majority rather than be
Reading notices;25 cents a line. whole of Christian worship. It is flat surface, the distance from the for exhibiting in the ,most favorable cause there is such a majority.The .
Special rate for time advertisements upon appli
," ration at the'office.Communications. also the keynote of Lent, and in city, and the unimproved ,characterof manner 'of whatsoever' should be answers are not all j I1oit'

," I, thousands of thurches throughout the neighborhood, places the New sent, but the trouble has been that declarations in favor of a high ire.
upon all matters of local interest : P rotechve
Christendom it will be sounded to- little has been sent that
solicited from all parts of the county and' from Orleans Exposition at a disadvantagein so our : tariff, and, besides, there
along the communications lines of Florida intended railways.All for. day., The burden of; the prayers, comparison with that of 1876 .at splendid location was comparatively 'reasons for thinking that the ]are/a

should be addressed to the Editor; all publication business the songs, the confessions, and the Philadelphia, but the moment one unoccupied because our people chinist hasn't correctly estimated the-

;, i' letters. simply. to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY sermons will be the frailty and the enters the buildings all ground of failed to respond to his appeal. strength of the tariff reform sentiment -

: FEBRUARY, 1885. wretchedness of man, and the stabil- criticism ceases, and a feeling of sur- The credit is due mainly to the of the re-elected men'bcr,.

f. -- -'- ity of God and the joys of Heaven. prise and admiration dispels the Fruit Growers' Association that we It is certain that the proportion of
OUR BAR IMPROVEMENT. This earthly life is full of sorrow previous discouragement. woke up at last, and the three car- Democrats in the next House in

t There is, we hope, no doubt of the and pain, the preachers will,tell us. The first building one should en- loads they have so opportunely favor of reform will be larger than

; passage of the River and Harbor Its gains ,are hollow and its pleasuresare ter is the Government building, brought have given Florida a sat- it is in the present House.Of .

:. :. lill. The main opposition to the fleeting, and none except the where the United States exhibits ; isfactory place. To-day Florida's course the Machinist claims all

; lull has been on the items of the fool finds satisfaction in it, the wise those of the,.several' States are sys- part of the exhibition is fairly the Republicans as protectionists,

Hennepin canal, the Galveston-Eads man looking to the life beyond the tematically arranged by divisions, so ,filled up, and in the citrus depart- but is it safe to do so? The North

i appropriation, and the Sandy. Bay grave for the only peace and happi- that each section of the country may ment we are' pre-eminent. Of our western Republican Representativesare

x liarbor. The bulk of appropriations ness. To mortify the natural man, be separately examined, and its en- own share in the Exposition I pro- beginning to understand that if

r : heretofore made have. been for the and starve the desires of the flesh, is tire range of productions, its minerals pose to speak further. F. their party is to retain control of

a ; Eastern harbors. It is but.justice to the admonition and the.meaning of its native woods, and its man- that section there must be very great
: the: important commercial ports of the Lenten services. At best, we are ufactures can all be seen and com TION.A concessions made to the tariff reform

the South that they should receive told, what we can gain here is noth- pared. The idea and purpose of the : bill to be entitled are Act Calling sentiment. The strength which

:' ; liberal appropriations. There is no ingness'compared with the unspeakable Exposition is here realized. It is a Constitutional Convention and Pro- the Democrats of the Northwestern

. :. ;. question of the value of such a harbor riches of the world to come grand object lesson of the United viding for Electing Delegates to States developed at the last election

r : =. as that of Fernandina. It is the which the truthful followers of States from the far extremes of Same : alarmed the Republican leaders.

; harbor of two States, and is the terminus -. Christ will inherit. Maine an ..Minnesota, on the North, The people of the State of Florida, rep- They are too shrewd not to comprehend -

t of 1,000 miles of; railway.: ,And what did the Master himself I to the Gulf of Mexico, the character resented in Senate' and Assembly do that the ,increasing strength of

t I Cumberland Sound, within the headlands teach ? li Lay not up for. yourselves of the productions can be" followed enact as follows : the Democrats in those States is

: r I of Cumberland and Amelia treasures upon earth, where moth with instruction' and pleasure. It is SECTION 1. There shall be held by almost wholly due to the growth of

,, Islands' has a depth of 30 to 60 feet, and rust, .doth corrupt,. and where a wonderful, almost living map. the delegates elected by the electors of public opinion in favor of a reduc-

: and is ample for the anchorage of thieves break through and steal, but, Were the :exhibits of any group of the State of Florida a convention at tion of the tariff. In the very near

: hundreds of the largest vessels which lay.[ up for yourselves treasures in States placed together it would makea the city of Tallahassee, in the State future the entire Northwest and, in

f ;..' float. Its entrance improved, as it heaven, where, ,neither moth nor rust grand Exposition, and much moreso Capitol, beginning on the second fact, the greater part of the West will
r can readily be, to a depth of 27 feet, doth corrupt and where thieves do of this
when the whole great coun- Tuesday in June, 1885, for the pur- be practically :solid:! in favor of tariff
: it will at once concentrate .a class of not breakthrough and steal." try,exhibits: products and its man- pose of making an entire revision of reform. It is folly to assert that

; ships which can now only enter a This Christian philosophy is basedon ufactures State by State,side by side, the Constitution of this State and to Representatives, whether Democratsor

: few: of the ports on the Atlantic and a view of human life which is from one. degree of latitude, to an- provide for the submission of the same Republicans, will not have to

It Gulf coast. Florida is developing ant gloomy enough to satisfy the most other, and from one line of longitude I to the electors of the State at a gen- voice the sentiment of their constitu-

i immense productive capacity, and saddened thinker, but there is the to another r, from.' ,the Atlantic: to the eral special election for ratification. ents. When the Morrison bill was

11 1 leas now no port except Pensacola g, difference:.. between it and the Pacific. '' fIt Sec. 2. There shall be held throughout I .under consideration the protectionists -

I : which has depth enough at the en- philosophy of our modern pessimiststhat is but t.FV justice to.the Northern the State under the provisions of had great difficulty in keeping,

1 -, ,. trance to receive the ships which it is not hopeless, but offers a States,and more especially thoseof the election laws of the State on the some of the Western Republicans in

1i have: now: become the, economized promise and ,opens up a vision of theNorthwest, to admit that they first Tuesday in May, a general l.election line in opposition to it.

a r ; freight carriers of commerce. With another existence where the inevitable have; ,maaQiost.complete and';admirable 'delegates t F ;i the,present.appropriatiori of!$75,000; evils .' (this .state'are abundantly exhibits of their wealth and which shall consist of ((108) one safe to judge of the tariff opinions of

added: to that of last session,* we believe -. compensated f-in.'a life of perfect industries, and no resident ,of the hundred and members the re-elected members by their
eight ,
! I! a good deal can be.done. joy and beauty. As St: Paul says, Southern States can fail to be proud'' tioned ,the several counties appor-and votes on the tariff bill is that some

! :a TIlE FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE. ." We shall not all sleep,but. we shall of the position Ns occupied by the Senatorial among districts in accordance with of them, while favoring tariff re-
s all be changed in a moment, in the Southern States in the Exposition.The form voted against that bill because
E t- : We judge that there must be a mis- the present representation in the Leg- I ,
: ,understanding as to the purposes of twinkling of an eye,; at the last States of,.North Carolina, South islature. That the registration booksof they did not approve of the horizontal -

:: : the" Florida Fruit Exchange,"which trump ; for the trumpet shall. sound Carolina and.Virginia arc especially the several counties be opened in method of reforming the tar-
and the dead shall be raised incor- noticeable for the fullness of the illustration -
had preliminary organization at the various for the
j;, : a precincts registration iff.While
t ruptible, and we shall be changed." they afford of their mineral the South and West are
I; Jacksonville. We find in an excellent of voters not now legally regis-
It is nearly two thousand years wealth their precious stones strongly in favor of a low tariff, the
, editorial in the Ocala Banner of tered from the first Monday in April,
5qk 14th of February the following: since these doctrines were first pro- and marbles and phosphate rock, 1885, to ten days next preceding the North is by no means a unit in favor

*S'lk'Tjf. The Fruit-Growers' ,Association; instead claimed, and since that time they their agricultural productions and election ; and that the clerk of the of the present protective system. The
w.; of trying' to build an Exchange in Jacksonville have been nominally accepted by their manufactures all systematically Circuit Court appoint registration manufacturers want free raw mate-
costing $100,000 and other unpractica- the whole civilized world. Yet we Florida is tariff
arranged anjlj classified. rials, and support the present
ble schemes, should set to work .to>> bring officers for such precincts. I
find that this Ash .
on Wednesday '' that if
ofits afraid
the character
state 'in because
a peculiar. they are
11! about just and equitable tariff, which, wet Sec. 3. After the passage of this act only
: "t 1 believe, by conferences and other well dill there is a great depression of spirits leading productions, and, com- the Secretary of State shall cause they advocate the removal of dutieson
:: rected efforts can beaccomplished.The throughout Christendom, merely be- pared with the other: States,seems to notice to be given of the election raw materials there will be a
articles of incorporation adopted cause trade and manufacture are not field.inthe of pro- manufactured
limited area reduction on
ll occupy vided for in the second section of this great
,l. ,i by that meeting declare that the as prosperous 'as' they were a few its exhibits? Of minerals we have act, as is provided by law for noticesof goods.
name of the corporation shall be the Numberless Christiansare attention but in in
years ago. but few to attract elections that The Machinist is rather hasty
I general excepting
(, 9; : FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE, and that bowed down with grief over the department of woods we can such notice shall not be required to be its conclusions. A careful and can-
\\tt .t) the':general nature of the business to money lost, and refuse to be com- present the largest and most exten- published more than thirty days priorto did review of the situation does not
be transacted shall be to receive forted. But viewed in the of State.
pure sive catalogue any single and until the day of said election.Sec. justify the positive assertion respect-
6(I i{... :prepare, distribute and provide for light of Christian doctrine, of what Her woods are here well exhibitedand 4. That should occur ing the tariff sentiment of the next
theisale of lemons and other account are these losses? There is It is tube any vacancy All
L ; oranges, arranged. only re- in said convention, it shall be the House, in which it indulges.
;itI:/I! ;'; fruits and vegetable products. but one loss,.and that is,the loss of gretted that their value for furniture duty of the Governor to order an the indications are that within the

f :i : ;?'I Inhere was no .intimation on the the unspeakable glories of the life to and ornamental ,and art purposes I election to fill such vacancy, to be heldin next two years the tariff will be very

'.! part of anyone of a desire to builda come. There is but one prosperity, could not have been better illustratedby the manner that the party by whom materially reduced.-Savannah Morn

ml' : : Fruit Exchange building to cost and it is ,that of him who has stored, specimens highly polished, of the the vacancy \Vas.,created was chosen ;. ing News.
1 $100,000, or any other sum. The up,his treasures in Heaven. finer description, such as the red
and the notice in of a in
'b{li ''I capital stock of the corporation was But men' :find it hard, some of bay, the mangrove, the magnolia,the the ,membership case of said vacancy conventionfrom ITEMS OF INTEREST.A

:i *! .R fixed at $50,000. The shares were them say impossible, to live up to live oak, curled pine, etc. And if Senatorial district German paper states that eggs may be
a or
I 1 j : put at $100 each, because the law that sublime philosophy, even if,they we could have shown these woods county kept perfectly fresh for a year by rubbing melted
shall be
; ten days. them with vaseline which has been
I ; : names that sum. believe with St. Paul.-N. Y.: Sun, i manufactured into furniture car- acid.
Sec. 5. That it is the sense of this with three-tenths per cent. of salicylic
We hope our esteemed cotempo- February 18. riages, wagons, carved_ work and Legislature that Constitution as revised The application should be made twice at an
i rary'will correct the impression in tools, it would,have better called at- interval of a month.
Trunk line and all other will shall be submitted to the qualified -
pools prob- do11'4
; '! reference to building anything. tention to their great value as com "No," said a Vermont deacon, "I
: ably soon be a thing of the past. The electors of the State for ratifica- racin' but when another
The Fruit Exchange desires to secure Of our approve of horse ,
troubles are thickening, and it is rumored products. course tion by ballot. member of the church becomes so godless
i the co-operation of the fruit- that Mr. Fink ,has resigned. If the Penn- specialty is fruit, and this, being as to try to pass me on the road comin'home
: growers to accomplish the very objects sylvania and the Erie and the B. & O. oou't perishable, cannot well be illustratedby PROTECTION FIGURES. from meetin', I feel it my duty to let
: the Banner has so well treated there is no use ,in anyone staying in. I a few shipments, which soon The American Machinist figures outa out a little on the reins,just to keep him
,The Pennsylvania powerful enough to "
: of. it alone any time she wants to, while the wilt and loose their freshness. If protection majority in the next from puttin'his trust in earthly for
: 1 ===== is lawful
LEN Erie, Mr. King says, will enter no more our people could only have realizedthe .House of Representatives. It ad- American The question children whether to eat peanuts it and laugh
combinations, but will attend to her own value this dressed letters of inquiry to each of the
.; To-day is the beginning of the of Exposition .they at school is now under discussion by
.! Lenten season, and according to ancient her business toes,,when unless the some rate competitor to that point tramps shall on be would have kept the Florida section the,138 new members, and received Schulkill county courts. Six children of a

,n i; custom bishops and pastors cut. Pools have been decided by the courts fully supplied, daily if necessary, answers from 90. There were 178 Pottsville school were expelled and because their

f will summon the faithful to prayer, as,illegal anyhow, and a spirit hostility is with fresh fruits piled upon the members re-elected. The Machinist they' ate have peanuts combined and to laughed resist,the expulsion -
H exhorting them to mortify the flesh being rapidly developed against them by all tables of the Florida division., reaches its conclusion from the 90 parents
by legal process.
classes of freighters, that will one day soon
t: and the spirit, and to humble themselves make itself heard decidedly. Pools and fast Up to the arrival of the exhibits replies it received and from the position The French journals state that a duel was

I I: before GOD, to the end that freight lines must go.-Railway Reporter. from the State Fair, it must be con- that the re-elected members recently arranged between a Frenchman
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and ah(American the conditions being that '

the but O/HJ precedence": shut should' should be.-exchanged go by lot.and.that The J_ &> I1HAVE- 'E: :OD

Fren'J lan got the f first chance but failedto "
hit his. : adversary. As the" Yankee lifted 1VJODEJ: : :BROrS '- :OPENED ,THE-

his: wfa'pon} the other called out: "Hold, I
will Sijy your shot." After considerable ::3 F"A.LL CAMP.A.IGrN": : [

higging. the Frenchman agreed to pay CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT,' : .
the duel was at an end.
On Ifriday" last an interesting experimentwas Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the
ititulc; to test a new application of the' *
.Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur-
elertri:telegraph. Mr. Lucius J. Phelps has
succed-jpd.) in arranging an apparatus by chases, enables to offer our entire stock at such low PALLINTER
means jof which he can send a message froma !
train;::in rapid motion to any station on
the roM., Messages can be received in like. FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION. *

man; *;r from other trains or from stations. : WHICH WILL BE ADDED, TO WEEKLY AS 'THE SEASON ADVANCES. t
The experiment: ; was made on a special! trainon ty
"We have endeavored to select theLatest I
thc.-.' ew Haven road, and was success
ful.. H this apparatus is generally used by Latest Styles in We have received our stock ir GENTLEMEN'

the railroad?; there will be no excuse for Fall Dress Goods, FALL .
co11isi hs.-.N. 1'. Sun. and: 1IostStylisll Designs to be Found, _CLOTHING, Farnishing'Goods

-*" SILKS, CASHMERES, Men's, Boys', Youth's. ,
A Biz-tOn congregation was mysteriously.seizetJ in all the
,)Hi. the, midst of a service of song, 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
with :paroxysm j; of uncontrollable sneez- Velveteens etc. Latest Styles in.Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES. I

ing. KiVst the children, then the choir, and i
at lench nearly the whole assembly the Great Bargains ,A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for 1\1'\
included broke out into involuntary 111 [\ I IN
preacher conjvulsion. When the premises were ENSEUJ[ BARGAINS BLANKETS COMFORTS New Cloths and Cassimeres, :BROWNING: HOT G & CO., f I .

scarch'&l by the astounded sexton amid.:thecachinations .,Ito j I Linen Towels, Toweling BOOTS, SHOES, of New York,
of the boys, the cause of the LEADING CLOTHIERS. I
And all House-Keeping Dry '
riilicujoas{ catastrophe was found to be a. be had in Fernandina at the establishment of TRUNKS AD VALISES .
Suits made to order and :
cargo pepper:, which during the previous Fit Guaranteed. a i
week,Jp I Ji.d: been stored in the cellar. The A large line of Battings Rugs, Oil Cloths, y i .

enterprising: trustees had rented the place toa Fancy Goods and Notions, i 1
wholesale! 3J"" Underwear,- s .
grocer. Hosiery and Gloves, :
Filled in :New
from Low-Priced to Fine York
The Lehigh Valley railroad's February : I
circular 6f freight tolls show a reduction of -IN- Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. BY OUR RESIDENT BUYER. ..: :
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20 cents per ton on all coal shipped fromMauch \ .

I Chunk to Perth Amboy and South DRY .GOODS FANCY QOODS .J". dfe TNortheast -. I ?-:DID: :: i il.1
Ambo the new rate being $1.10 per ton, $
and for pea size PO cents. There is no reduction corner Centre and Third Sts.,
for shipment to Philadelphia, the old GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS; "> I
rate of$1.80 per Ion being maintained, excepting '},i its NEW YORK.OFFICE-83 Walker St.fERNANDINA} "FLA !

on pea coal upon which there wasa =r t
rebate of 20 cents per ton ordered last Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.WE .
week. Shippers are anticipating that the RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. ..t

April circular will show a reduction on all .ti.
sizes for shipment to this city.-Railwoy Re- HAVE JUST RECEIVED >
porter.A :. _

correspondent from Manitoba writes 100 :JIECES: :: : 1lI.A.rTr: S
that with the thermometer 58 degrees below FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. f fSf.E
zero the air is so wonderfully clear and dry ia.
that it.does not seem half so cold as it reallyis ,
but"the effects are reliable proofs of the WHICH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. .
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temperature. It i is a very common sight to '
see'people partly frozen but unless they see =,9 :- Fu FI3Rh46r.- y 'SP' ? Tg lll
themsqlves l in a glass, or are told of the fact ;; ._ -: ifs = 4yy'-dT. >z iET-'T II
they are not conscious of being frozen. Occasionally ,Y MODE BRO'S '
off and "' _
the part frozen will snap )'
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kittens' and often break off. : III
{ponies' ears '
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Mustard feet above the stove will freeze. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. .
two ..I ." ., I
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Water poured from a boiler into a pail and '
taken nt once,to the stable will frequently be "\: ,: ,,{.t. rc= -_ '- .: l.a'e S =#: ; axyfij":+ 3mAt 4 !
thickly coated with ice which must be ; : .
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broken,.before the cattle can drink i
tGent8 t f ( I. y
Furnishing Goods I r
In all styles AT PAUL Fvrsa's.FAIIRI1IOUNT "





the South, at an elevation of 2,000 feet i
above tlib Combines the of
sea. advantages
health and recreation. Vacations in the t ONLY DIRECT LINE TO :NEW YORK. ::1 j
winter. moderate. Send for
;Terms circularto I I I It I I i I i I 1 I I I 1 1 I I !
{j r:; SILAS MelEE
![! Principal, ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK I
ij Mount Eagle, Tenn.Refereiiees CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- t
sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
-:G. R.Fairbanks,Fernandina; j
Dr. Hy.lillobinson; Jacksonville; Rev. N. This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New t .
:\. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. -J I' 1:! i
MERCHANT; TAILOR. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UKSUR"f; t
!j R. G. McQUITTYHas GRAND SPRING 00P HIHG.II for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. t k t
removed his business to the rooms over JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT !
the New!, York Bakery on Centre street. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the I I : I
He has received an assortment of seasonable -OFSilks= PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD i I
goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto J.llIB88 for LAKE WEIR. !
make them up to suit all tastes in the THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. 1 ;

best JJa-style: Impairing neatly done. GOO 8 ,For freight, passage rates,and schedules or further information, apply to Wj i

Fernanjdina. Fla., July 12, 1884: R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, :.1;

I|L Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, FANCY GOODS, WHITE: GOODS, etc. Pier 20 East River New York. 51- .I

Offers pleasant' rooms well furnished withor
without board. Table Boarders will be
accommodated; also transient. ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF H. E. DOTTERERINVITES



For Sale at Manufacturers'- PricesALSO ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' :i{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES= of-} .

of *
i andfor
A-TTA H" NT8 eves description! Furnishing Goods
1i Old Machines repaired at moderate i
Corner Third and Ash Streets,



Agents to contract,for Fla.the,sale the of authorized their AT IMMENSE BARGAINS -fFINE TEAS AND COFFEES f

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BRICK -$ .
Parties wishing to purchase will get all information .
:sis regards prices from them. [PAUL FUNKE.

SabIUPll'St jpf at different the office qualities of and styles ... NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.

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li'i'li GENERAL. _DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. I Assesstor of lares-J. Matthews.\ LIBERTY. ; .t t HOLMES.County .
't, County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Cullecor of Ret'C1me'V. F. Trantham, (I '
,\i' United States: Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons Sanderson. Ocala. I County Judge M. J. Solomons. I Judge-A. II. Brownell.
Clerk W. W. Jeter. -r. H. Pituran.i .
J LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.lel'uter Sheriff rU. C. Herndon, Sanderson.Assessor Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine 0 Sheriff R. F. Hosford. ,. I i Sheriff{ Thomas N. Ellis. -
/ L. .;;: Barnes Gainesville.ReeicverJo1ii of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb San- McCoy.. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. : Treasurer Daniel D. Gillis.

;F. ltol 1 ins, Gainesville.. derson. :MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue--Thos. P. Shnler." i Collector of Jet'enueWilliam Tucker.
Sith'ey<)r-Ge>terdl-Malachi Martin,' Talla1Iass Collector of Reven1le-J. R. Herndon San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. .AsessoToj.Ta; -Win. E. Shuler. I Assessor of T ixcs-J. J. Newton.

,e; derson. ClerJ.-l'eter'r. Knight. Key West. Superintendent of Schools Dr.T. I I.J nckson. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell !
j' DISTRICT COURT.' Superintendent SCMols--Jas. D..Chalker, Sheriff,( George'A. Demerrift, Key West. _, ESCAMBIA. : Curry.
Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-1' alter C. Maloney, Jr., + WASHIXUTOX.
Juilge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. Counti/ Judge-X. C. Shackelford. i County Judge Wm. P. Jones.

Jf:rrl/.Ol-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. (Collector of I Ret'ClttlCIa Moreno, Clerk: F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.

Clf.rk" -Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Sheriff W.-H. Hutchinson.. i! Sheriff-E. p, Melvfn.

I INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of S./wols--J. V. Harris,Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Treasurer Thomas J. Miller.

s dJilectw-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of,Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake. West. Collector of Revenue-:Manuel Palm s. Collector r{Ret'eIUte-John Roche.
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. : Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. .I Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.

j COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector .of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge--:Hinton J. Baker, Fernandina. ; Superintendent of Schools-N..M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Be/tools-D. H. Horn.
John W. Howell Fernandina.
r E iwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Superintendent, of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina.Sheriff McLeod Sr. :
r ., John J;'. House, St. Augustine. County Judge-Daniel County Judge -William Clark.
: Starke. John A. El lermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. I Clerk-James S. Fnnnin.
i BREVARD OOUNTY.Coun'ty Assessor nf Taxes Win. H. Garland, Fer STurff--J.{ W. Campbell. I Sheriff Josepli S. Stone.

j State Officers. Judge-James A. McCrory,. City }nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. : Tl'easurer-J. P. Richards.
A l Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of Rt.tentte-\V. B. McLeod. i Collector of Rel'C1ute-JoeI P. Atkins.

i EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A.. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. :Assessor of Taxes-D. L.' Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M.\ Bush.

GO ctTnar-\Vm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff-John'H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L.. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. I Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well
Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botliam, Callahan.
W. Bethel
Li.eutelltwt-Go-ver1Wr-Livingston -
na. .County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan- -
Key 'Vest.&cretary .
Collector Revenue-D. W. Bre- dina. TIKISWOOTON
John. of McQuaig CELEBRATED
of State- L. Crawford, Tal-
vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.
lahassee.Comptroller. ;
:: -W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Sctools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando.

Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando. DESKS.

.Attorlte1J-Genera1-George P. Raney, TallaY CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff{ Thomas W. Shine Orlando.

hassee.OunmissionerofLands. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Ta.t"es-Jaillc. M.\ Owens, Fort, SOLID COMFORT OFFICE
i -. P. W. White. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector. ; APPLIANCES
Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Ret'C1ltle-.A.. Hyer, Sanford.

oj Superintendent: of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
iti Foster: Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Becks.
Adjutant'General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
p. Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
4 : | Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. WITH THEM.
i A. Robinson, Tallahas-
Middleburg. fJ/erk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka.Sheriff .
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Shally. -
turk-R. C.Long, Tallahassee.
;)" M. Ives Jr. Lake .As/fessar-A. J. Woods.
County Judge-W. City. ,
Columbus Drew Astor
rU !' Special .Age Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'C1we-Joseph Price. No. 8 Flat Top.,
td<< Building Jacksonville. ,
+ Why use Desks of
i Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. ordinary
Q' J i SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. = construction when, for slight

:,t chief JusticcE.. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L.:Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. additional, cost you can have

", 'I N Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahassee Superintendent of Sctiools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. IL Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improvements -
; Lake City. Sheriff Green Weaver '
I' !; Perry. : ,. ? Awkward closets
t. and
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk John C, Caljioun })erry. ,
'uti Jat y ksonville. ; County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of''Schools: -T. J. Faulkner 4 r' i -L, side drawers done away with

(1crk-O. H.Foster;! Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. r We substitute: revolving cases.

... i ;'CIRCUIT JUDGES. 1 Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer D.'S. Sutton, Perry. which swing with a slight
Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N.: Cox, Perry.i f
h i' first C'ircuit-Augustus: E. Maxwell, Pen- touch ,of the hand and
: sacola.: Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jacksonville Collector of.Revenite;:-J. I). Hanlee, Per'ry. = Ih I are
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I ; ; y ?: thus enabled to furnish
Assessor of L. Hen r double
r ;t Second Circuit David S. Walker, Tallahas- : erson.!
!'i !f.i y, see. Collector of Revenue Moses .1. Brown, ST. JOHN'S.COUNTY.. + i == the space generally given on
fi: Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. --== each side and when
; cases are
1:; Sclwols-Albert J. County Judge-M. It. Cooper,-St. Augus
f.. s Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jacksonvifle. Superintendent of .Rus- tine. ifeM==r open, the whole interior is

7 sell Jacksonville.
:tt Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. flooded with light and
0 Augustine. all
: tyiflh; ': Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
'. 0 Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine 0o. 1-1 LowDown Roll Top. portions readily reached without -
ville.ir.th County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. St.
.tpl Circuit! -:-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J.-M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine. Rogrro, 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"?f.Ret'enw-Joseph; F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We_apply this principle to a great variety of desks.WOOTO2ST.

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

r Ciurt: Calendar. Coller.torof Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall., THE "
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. ,
: FIRST CIRCUIT. "'"- ''"
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of. Schools-J. W. Reed, Jot: .
Fall Term-
j; i5nnta; : Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. Jasper. County Julge-J. R. Stcele/Leesbiirg. '' ;; Cabinet Office Secretary.

J l ;::Walton, 4th Monday in October. o HER. ANDO COUNTY. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivcyi; Lccsburg.' o :l _.a?...:.'.'.''! I ,n: .... .fi..:. Wj ,

t.h f :ijllolmes; 2d. Wednesday after 4th Monday ville.County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff{ J. S. Dychcs, Lecsburg. .. ................-........;.-1..... .Jj;,.. -, ]._-m:.I!J IF!
t October. :/:;;--"' '" l j- "
Assessor Taxes ..\. B. rP:
iJli i :JWashington. 2d Monday after4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Collector of Goodwin. : f, 'I I.:";: ffi!! f' ..E.H ![ !f.', The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
of ,Recenur-Joseph Hutchinson -fJ "!' ; -=" ,
: [-J;; !J r
a' iif# October. Sheriff; -J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumtervllle. ..'j. ;,,,!' i\: .:=:t: -J....= l 'rr; L' to the business public. One hundred and
i .Jackson 3d Monday after 4th in Assessor of 7axes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- :. 1i".a,:;
I' K October.., Monday ville. Superintendent of, .'scltOal.A. II. Helven- ;: fftr .. 11 ] {.i; ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
I fI: :*E"cambia. 1st Monda .in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedicb,Brooks- ston, Sumterville. : :':rf"-\ 4j'\EJN\i: \ j 'ita.lk. one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants
l f'7 ._j.J;! :""I3'qaMH.! : 31.fP! !;t1 Pi]'!'3
h' 'TJU3| act amended section 2 of act of February ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. '"!l'C......r; ";Jl lr, : L = '1IF rii-; Manufacturers, Bankers, Uailroad Officials -

!fLH I' 10, 1879, and does not change theil Fort Superintendent Dade. of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, Oak.'County Judge-MY4M.." Blackburn, Live .' lrM ;.Jf' ; ,I:=:r-1'. ..'..-ij...'. ,_:. 1\r1'tf 1i.tf. .;J and Professional generally.:!; ,-

;J : Spring Term. ti; ..,:::.y 1-1. "
"f j j THIRD CIRCUIT.Spring HILLSBOBOUGH COUNTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. OIII."IrJ... u--> J., M ,

il. .f.: Term County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday inAril. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes G. W. Umsted"?born. Wootoii Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
t ; Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft Collector of Re1eiwe-'Vilson II. Sessions,
it' Tampa.
y, :Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Wei born. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
44r Hamilton 4th in Superintendent of Schools-J. o. C. Jones ,
Monday April. .Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens,
; Suwanee:1st: :Monday after 4th Monday ,Tampa. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.
''f in April. VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames
11. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson
'. Columbia., 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter-

'.. '1!1 in April. JEFFERSON. prise. I SEWING MACHINES.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.:
W. B. Lamar Monticello.
County Judge- ,
,;. t ; in April. ; Sheriff W.'A. Cone :
f Enterprise.
Sheriff-T. B. Simkins, Monticello.,
\, J fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. I). Hodges, GlenCove.
Clerk W. C. Bird Monticello.
, Itl Taylor; 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in :: I
Superintendent of SC/tOaI8-'V. R. Taylor ""C'T'
_ October. Collector : ; r" """ .
Monticello. of Retenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen : ; ";;: : : : .', i! -.iV
" ;jII.! Madison,;2d :Monday in October. Cove. I d'Th I
Treasurer W. M. Girardeau Ion-
County \ i
", i( Itamiltou, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, '
lf Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th I
' Monday Enterprise.
Collector of Revenue-J. II. Tucker, Mon-
1!I i :in October; ticello.. WAKULLA COUNTY.
F Columbia, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday in i
1 .Ocf bcr.i. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Waukeenah. County Judge"". A. Giles. Crawfordville. '-- .
I' SherljJCharIes Alligood, Crawfordville. EAUE
i.: l Lafayette: Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday
: ,.. in .October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. -Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Till FLORIDA ;

J FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville.Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,

.. ,Ii. Spring Term Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. COMPANY. | ,
County Treasurer-W.. Walker Craw- T0IMPROVEMENT
!t : St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. fordville. ,
' Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. I
Collectoroj McMillan Craw-
illl.1 i : :; n,.adfonl,1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Fernniidiiia, ; !
'!-oJ1 l Jiaker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor .
of Tares-II. II. Walker Craw'ford
: Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. -ille. Towns on R. R. Line. i ,
t ; i Duval. hit Tuesday in May. Collector ,of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, \ it t t
I:1.1: ;J ;Fall Termt- Old Town. And Cedar Ke)'.
;!; QI i St. Johns! 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor'of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain. i

b f Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. ,New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard. -. ;
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!Ii I : Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Treasurer--Robert Robinson. -

":. If(IA t f Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P...Byrd,.Tallahassee. Collector of RetC1lue-'V..T. Williams. .
:11; ;' : Nassau Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.'Moseley'Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. JOlfers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

| Duval, 1st Tuesday in November Clerk--C. A. Bry anTallahassee. Superintendent of Schools David Tinner.
1 FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent'of'Schools-Henry N.Felkel, POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable '

i Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. '
" + ; Lots suitable -Business;
t Il ? Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer: J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. ,. for Pnrposes, or fo:

I \ f Marion!, 4th Monday in.March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bowen.
1 Putnam, Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer}'. F. Beville. City, or, |:
I '!,L March. Assessor of Taxes; -G. A. Croome. Tallahas Collector of Revenue; D. Fill es. '

,,. 'II( f I i Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th :Monday in see. Assessor of Taxes\\". H. J oh nson. "' UPON .'EASY'. ,TERMS.' 'f
. :j '. : }[arch. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. R. McCrary.: -r t ew b .

t \ Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. '. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ,, J+ rr
f', ;: March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. BADE.

Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. .' parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- U
: Sumterlst Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-B. B. Barco Cedar Clerk-P. "". Faulkner. hAI

Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key., Sheriff Win. Mattaur.. rial enterprises, who will erect on the !
;.I Putnam.. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. prop-

Levy 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of ReZ'C1we-W'm. II. Ben est. erty purchased substantial .improvements
;< Alacua,1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. II. Benest.<

November. SEVENTH CIRCUIT.. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon Madi- JACKSON. ', residence, or in which to conduct theii
son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
: Spring Term- -
S. A. Parrimore business. : IGutAr\.
Sheriff Madison. Clerk-Frank
: Orange, 4th :Monday in January. Philips. rECT S
Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff{ Andrew Scott. :
i Volusia, 3d Monday in February. '' pI"
Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry; Treasurer-James E. Henm. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS : NEVcROUTOF
;, B re van!, 1st Monday in March. PcifIN (
Madison. Collector Hercwie John
;:: J/all: Dade Term-, 3d Monday in April. County Trootlrt'7'-S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of of Taxes-W.- 1>. Wynn.IJ.AndersoiU-: by exemption for a term of years, from f fi OaL OPDZRNO '
; \ 2d in Collector of RetenueD. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent fBl.1wols-S rn u el J. E r w i n. i .-e)
Orange, Monday August. Madison. "" taxation, offered by the several cities. and r
Volusia) 2d Monday in September. : ; FKANKLIN. 0 i
Assessor TaxeS-W. Mad > SlJEv'
of Thompson,- F '
Brevard. 4th Monday in September. ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. :,.;.- towns. Apply to' !I 1 : il i

r Dale: 2<<<1 Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS : 30 SQUARE

STlerilr-S..A..Floyd. ... '- . ... Fernandina. ,! SbANP
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford Manatee. a \CAG'O Ratr
Treasurer ,, J,.jZSFtOffice, Beach &7th ( o F P
County Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith ':Manatee. -R. II. Porter. 'O.N"= r cor. sts.. i i ILL. MASS. GA.JA3IES .

ALACHUA. -- Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of RCt'em1e-Geo e.A.'.P "tton'-/* '".x..f _' ;,:, : ;,. <. i. ::' ,; ..:: : ; FOR SALE BY

:. ville.County, Jtid-ge-Junius C. Gardner.' Gaines :I'town.Assessor of Taxes W. F.'Parrish',.Braden-- Superintendent Assessor of Taxes of-Schools Y. J. Egbert.=Henry C..Hicks': ...-. -. ,-'4' -' .. ,..,.,.,- .''-. '. ,,'--. .- '.-", I .

] Collector .Revenue Marion G. Carlton ........, :.. I 3ICGIFFIX,
: l"rk-J, A. Carlisle, Gainesville. of :- GADSDEN. H- !'.: :, v'-i/i : \;ey' 'w. ,::><.' :)Fi;"

Sheriff" S. c. Tucker, Arredondo. Popaslj. Countg Judae-J. R. Hams. ,..* f ..--. ,' --- A .... .. I ONTRACTOR AND BUILDEP.
... F' .A.u*tar of Taxes-S. II. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of School.s-Felix J. Seward., Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. 'A? .' 'i I T".4' : : C I

vine r- Pine. Level. '. 0 Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell.TreasurerA.M. .' .* ; ; / ..
(rill,, Moro) Revenue-H.C.Denton, Gaines- .MARION'COUNTT.' -: _* Smith. ....:; ,: Alachua; Street between Second and Third.

., ville. '{ County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala Collector of Relenue-R. Morgan. (, FLA.

SHnryinlcndent! ... _of School. *,-' W.. N. Sheath,, 1 Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ',- ., ,, : Assessor of Tares-Hamilton McPhaul.: ; : FERNANDINA,
Gainesville- < Sheriff=A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. 'Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison.' ., : {r; Orders arid estimates from a distance carefully

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-' --: I '>',,;<". ; :... "'", Day Pas. Xt.Pas. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
"l"_" .'--.l"l.. .. .( '-Z'.!" '. A.3r. .PM. Leave Tallahassee.................... 8.00
: : Leave Cedar Key....... ........... 7.36 ? a n.
I, :. : .. : 7.30 Arrive Wakulla-..... .. ..
LOHMAN'S. .............. 9.05 a m
W. J. Leave Rosewood........... .
.... ..
;' < '" ', : 8.02 8.10 Arrive .. .
; St. )[ark' .. .... ................. 9.30am
I; Leave Otter Creek.....;........... 8.30 8.55 Leave St. Mark's-.......................10.00
U&V "; Leave Bronson-.........,........-... 9.12 9.55 Arrive Wakulla-........ u.m
; -% v.d dJ. ; -- ..........:.....10.25am
AVE :MADE: GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR A LARGER BUSINESS, HAV- i ; ;. Leave Archer ............;........... 9.43 10.30 Arrive Tallahassee,.........................11.30 a m
I If GOODS Leave Palmer........................ 9.58 10.49.
)Ig an INCREASED !.-J.!., '. ":1<.1-1-; ''. "'.".;;.;. Leave Arredondo..................1012 11.06 CONNECTIONS.At .

BtANK&U& eoMFrbT; rlmeb Shawls h DRB ESS G FOODS D CLOTHING L .:'. ':, .- Leave, Gainesville.................10.36 11.36 A. M. all points Jacksonville North and, with East Waycross with theFernan-Line for
.-- Arrive \' aldo....... .. ............11.18 12.30 diva & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan
-.".. .1'v. ; .:.... f}, Leave Waldo.........................11.32 2.00 dina and with Steamers for all'
BOOTS AND SHOES; ... ...'. -." Leave Thurston....................11.55 2.30P. the St.; Johns River St. Augustine,points etc. on

,. ,,,. (: )f. At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen-
and 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 Fernandina. "
in another house for the same: Goods. Give me a call before purchasing! elsewhere, and I ). ': < "" Leave Temple's .....................12.35 2.5S Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. -
'f : Leave .....................
of ten. Lawtey.- 12.53
will convince: you of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS 'out every .. IS -.... .. .. ... '[.. : 3.22 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida
N t ? Leave Highland..................... 1.11 3.45 & Western Railroad.
IV. J. LOIIJIAX, Cor. Sixth 111(1sll Sts. ; Leave Maxville.........;........... 1.20 4.15 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch :! )}

-;. f ifXc : Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.50 Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and 'Sat- t
,. :\ Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.56 5.40 urdays.At I t j
WHOLESALE 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 ; !
Arrive Callahan..................... 3.00 6.50 sacola )Mobile Montgomery[ :New Orleans,
= Leave Callahan.............. '
.... 3.15 7.20 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, i
SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Leave Hart's Road Junction.... 4.07 8.16 and Northwest, and,with all boats for :Apalachicola [ t

., Arrive,Fernandina-..............4.35 8.50 Columbus and Eufaula. :
p" Day Passenger daily except. Sunday; The Shortest. Quickest and Best Route to ,
GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Night Passenger daily.'PENINSULAR. all points West.Through .
,. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
I DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, I
.. Inland Steamboat Co. (WALDO 'TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) and at new office southwest corner of Bay ; i
and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla."

.. Day Pas. Nt Pas. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, :
NO HEAT-NO! DUST P.M. A.M. Fernandina, Fla.C. j
(' -BUT- Leave "aldo......................... 3.20 1.00 W. )MAXWELL :
; "' "rrr t'p'UtttB Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.30 Master of Transportation 1 ,
gl A Delightful Trip Along the Picturesque Leave Hawthorne............. .... 3.54 1.50 Baldwin, Fla." ;

I Sea Islands. Leave Lochloosa................... 4.12 2.20 D. E. MAXWELL, 1
Leave Citra........................... 4.34 2.0 General Superintendent .
-- Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.48 3.09 Fernandina Fla. j
rf. _T., jC Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.25
a Leave Silver Spring............... 5.37 3.35 Savannah, Florida and Western j
-- .Leave Ocala........................... 5.58 4.17
THE IRON STEAMER, Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 RAILWAY.WAYCROSS ,

Leave Oxford........................ 6.55 5.27
/ "' Leave Wildwood:.................. 7.12 5.55 SHORT LINE.All .

Leave Leesburg...................... 7.50 6.55 trains of this road are run by Central i i
Arrive 'fa vares....................... 8.20 7.25 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
GOING NORTH. slower than Jacksonville time.

A.M. P.M. f
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co.Nr; +; + .,:.. u c---- ro" Sy" k n wK'aac Leave Tavares...;?.................. 625 5.20 ON and after Sunday January 1S, 1885,

Leave Leesbu ...................... 6.55 6.08 Passenger Trains will leave and arrive ?
Leave Wild wood..... .............. 7.25 7.10 as follows:
A. B.: NOYES MARY MORGAN, Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS w
., Leave Leave'Jacksonville .........
Lake Weir Station..... .. 7.52 7.49 daily at- 7:30 a in
DEALER IN LEAVES FERNANDINA EVERY MON- Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 8.50 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m
and Friday 'evenings, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a III ?
FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES, arriving at Savannah every Tuesday, Thurs- Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 9.36 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a III \\ ;
day and Saturday mornings. Leave Sparr's........................ 9.38 9.53 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m 3
Stores LEAVES SAVANNAH foot of Lincoln 'Leave ..Citra........................... 9.53 10.16 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m .
Hay and Grain, Ship street, every Sunday,Tuesday and Thursday: ,Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.15 10.46 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m
FURNITURE evenings,arriving at Fernandina every:Monday Leave Hawthorne................10.37 11.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at.........10:05 p ni
STOVES, PAINTS, Wednesday and Friday morning. Leave Dixie.........................10.55 11.40 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m ,
Passengers North-bound connect at Savan- A.M. Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m ,

.CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOWWAREPrices nah with Rail and Steamship Lines; and Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.20 12.15O'Day Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 1:30 p m I
tI South-bound Passengers reaching Savannahby Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m it
I Passenger daily except Sunday
Rail or the Ocean Steamship Companyfrom Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
1 Low as the Lowest.N. New York and Boston, or Boston & Night Passenger,daily. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa::;

Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the cola..Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans-
; :E. corner Centre and Second Sis,, Fernandina, Fla. :Morgan with the Florida Railway & Naviga- F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns-

tion Company for (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia
IN FLORIDA GOING SOUTH. B. & W. R. R. at 1.13 p. m.
Am M. fm H. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this
Entitled+t Ordinance to Amend the Police Ordinance An Ordinance for Fixing the Rate of Assessment CUBA AND THE. WEST INDIES, Leave Fernandina...............;.11.10 5.10 train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, :Mobile
Approved May S3, 1877. for Taxation for the Year 1885. NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AND MEXICO.For Leave Hart's.Road-..............11.43 5.37 and New Orleans. z
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville
IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY IT ORDAINED BY THE CITYCouncil' tickets apply to Leve & Alden P.M. -
1)I9 .BE agencies Arrive Jacksonville..............12.50 6.35 to Cincinnati via Jesup. l
,j) Council of Fernandina: of Fernandina: or any regular ticket agent. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
SECTION 1. The Mayor shall keep docket SECTION< 1. That for the purpose of meet- F. W. SIMMONS, Agent, GOING: NORTH. ville to St. Louis via ,Waycross. 1,
book in which he shall of Fernandina, Fla. A M. ff M.
enter the title the current of said and
Leave Jacksonville................ 8.45 2.30
every case brought before him, all adjournments the past due indebtedness thereof, for the C. WILLIAMS Gen. Ag't.Savannah Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:25 p m
Ga. Leave Hart's Road. .. .. .......... 9.43 3.42
and trial ,
the manner of the or year 1884, there be raised, by a'levy upon Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:30 p m
other disposition! of the 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, a tax of twelve and one-half Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, STrains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Waycross daily,at.......... 3:50 p m t'
the namestof; witnesses sworn on the trial ((12i) mills on the dollars, as follows: Fernandina, Fla. SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25pm:
and all oilier proceedings had by and before For current expenses..1 per cent. D. E. MAXWELL, Leave Jacksonville... .................. 9.10 a. m. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p m ti
him in each case, and he shall sign his For past due Bonds....................2J mills. General Superintendent, Arrive Fernandina..10.33 a. in. .Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa
name thre o, after rendering judgment.SEC. SEC. 2. That the one ((1)) cent. of the Ffirnandina, Fla. Leave Fernandina....................... 4.00 p. m. vannah. This train stops at all local stations -
2. Whenever any fine or costs shall tax above assessed for current per expenses may Arrive Jacksonville................... 5.25p.m. between Jacksonville and Savannah.

be impose? on any person convicted of any be paid in scrip or cash ; but that the remainder FAST MAIL.
ojfense, th 3, Mayor shall commit the accusedto fit
the of the Marshal with orders to of the tax, or the two and one-half CONNECTIONS.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m-
((2i) mills of the tax thus assessed shall be
collect thesaid: fine and costs, and turn said ,.'.'/ '. ': Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m
fines and costs over to the Mayor, and if the paid in cash, bonds or coupons. FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 3:10 p m
said fines and costs are not paid immediately Passed first reading December 3, 1884. With New York and Fernandina Steam- Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m t
to commit! the prisoner to the city jail, Passed second reading December 3, 1884. ., .. ship Line from New York oh Tuesday, and Arrive, Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m +
there to bif imprisoned until said fine and Adopted December 3, 1884.G. for New York on Thursday. Arrive Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m j
costs shall be paid; provided that such imprisonment F. AVERY President. :- I I I With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- I Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m 1
shall not exceed one day for Attest : nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday. Arrive Washington., daily..ll:00 p m
E. 0. FRIEND: Clerk, -v' I New York at......... 6:40
each dollar or fraction thereof of such fine .. t '. AT CALLAHAN.To Arrive at daily a m : 41
Approved : ;ft. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cal'8.Jacksomille .
and costs. and from Savannah and Charleston
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W. H. POPE .... (. i .,>:
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Mayor. :' I Uj
: ; New York without
:SEC. 3. All persons imprisoned in the .' ., and all points North and West, daily.AT to change.
;' ;s.'::- Passengers for Brunswick take this train.
city jail Under sentence of the Mayor's .
Court, or fyr\ failure to pay a fine and costs :R. -U-S-rrrrq: : .f To and from Palatka HAWTHORNE daily except Sunday.AT JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. '
.......... 5:3.r
may be employed, by direction of the Mayor, Leave Jacksonville daily at. p m
at labor ulon the streets or public works of ,-" WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m ;
the city, add all persons imprisoned for nonpayment OF 1.' With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 6:30 p m i
of fines and costs shall receive a Tin I ::0 Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive Waycross daily at.......... 9:00 p m :l
Sheet-Iron .
credit at tile rate of one dollar per day withsubsistence WareAND '" ; ""'': i CEDAR,KEY, FLA., .Arrive at Jesup daily at...............10:55: p m
for such labor which shall be ;} ::':.:'. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key -Arrive at Macon daily at.............. 7:50 am ,
credited on the amount of fine and costs DEALER IN .,! ,';1,,:. ." ;', .(, J West and Havana every Saturday; for New Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:15 a m
charged against them. ., Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
.SEC. 4. The Marshal under the directionand Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Waycross. and Pullman Palace SleepingCars
supervision of the Mayor, shall have I PALLOR R arrZC B andC00KZTVJ K T 0 S Sr1c every Saturday. via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
Steamers Connections at Atlanta with Western and
charge and control of the city jail and of all With Tampa Steamship Company's -
prisoners confined therein, and shall be responsible for' and from Key WestMonday and Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and ,
f)r their safe keeping and proper Thursday: : for Tampa and .:Manatee, ,Mon- Georgia Railroads for all points West and l
care.. All persons arrested by the Police of day and"Friday. Northwest. i

this city for any offense, either with or with- RAILROADS.TIME For information respecting routes, rates, EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. f
out a warrant, shall be immediately delivered etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 8:50 p m. f
by thd officer making the arrest to the. CARD dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:00 a m
Marshal atthe: jail, together with the war- OF THE sonville. Arrive at Callahan daily at.......... 9:41 p m ,
rant or statement of the cause of arrest, and Arrive Waycross daily at..12:10 a m
such person shall thereupon be held in custody FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPANY. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m +

by the Marshal, subject to the further. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50 p m
order of the'Mayor. In Effect January 25th, 1885. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:00 pm 1

SEC. 5. The,Marshal shall, keep a recordof : Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a m
all prisoners confined in the city jail, TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) I Arrive at Albany daily at-............10:30 a m +

giving the flate of their commitment and (FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.No.1. I Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m

discharge, by what authority and for what, ;; (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Day Pass.. Night No.Pass.3. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m +
cause, and:jshall report every morning to the GOING Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:05 a JU
...... 3.55
Jacksonville. 7.30am pm.
Leave ......... 6:05:
Mayor a list; of all prisoners received by him SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pal. Arrive at Savannah daily at a m {
Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m Charleston at..12:40
during) the receding twenty-four hours. Amjf P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 8.16 am 4.43 pIn Arrive at daily p m
SEC. 6. All Ordinances or parts of Ordi- Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. Leave Fernandina................10.25 5.30 Lake City........... 9.47 am 6.40 p m Pullman Palace via Sleeping Thomasville.Cars Jackson-

minces conflicting} with the provisions of Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.50 6.10 Live Oak"...........10.31 a m 7.43 p m ville Pnllman to Louisville Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack-
this Ordinance are hereby repealed. COOKIXG! UTESSILS OF ALL KINDS Arrive Callahan..11.42 7.15 Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.15 pm Pullman
:First reading December 9, 188-1. Leave Callahan....................11.52 7.40 Monticello ........12.40 p m sonville to Washington, D. C. Sav
Gainesville to
Second reading December 9,1884. Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 8.20 Arrive Tallahassee ...... 2.27 Palace Sleeping Cars n- {
pm Connections at' Montgomery with
:Passed it* third reading and adopted December LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, P.M. 12.00 n't nah.
Leave Tallahassee.......-2.32pm Railroad for New
9. 1.88-1.; Leave Branch.............12.38 8.38 Louisville and Nashville
Brandy Quincy..... ...... 3.34 p m 1.22 am and the West and
G. P. AVERY, President of Council. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. Arrive Baldwin....................12.55 9.05 Arrive Chatta. River.- ... 4.50 p m Orleans and Texas Savannah points with Central
Attest: Leave Baldwin....................... 1.00 10.00 Northwest. At
: EMIL 0. FRIEND, Clerk. Leave Maxville.................... 1.30 10.30 EASTWARD.No. Railroad of Georgia for all points West Rail and
No. 4. and Savannah
; Approved : DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY .Leave Highland..................... 1.48 10.51 Pass.LeaveChatt'chee Northwest. Charleston with
Pass. North steamships
Night all
f i W. II. POPE. Leave Lawtey......................... 2.02 11.12 Day way for points Boston and
.: i! Leave Temple's..................... 2.18 1O5 River.10.45 a m for New York Philadelphia,
...........12.20 2.07 am Baltimore. At Charleston steamshipsfor
AVI K. BAUKNIGHT, ,TIN AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.45 Arrive Quincy Tallahassee- ...... 1.27pm pIn 3.36pm New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore.

AGENT for Tin Gutters promptly filled. A.M. ...... 1.34 m 3.48 m Tickets sold to all points by Rail
Leave p p Through
I, Wind Mills for pumping water or running Leave Thurston..................... 2.54 12.05 and
.. connections Baggage
\ .... .. and ,
mOLESALE AND RETAIL Arrive Waldo....................... 3.14 12.35 :Monticello- 2.30pm Steamship
light: machinery promptly erected on order. .. Car berths
Madison............ 4.15pm 6.36pm Checked through. Also Sleeping
Leave Waldo........................ 3.25 1.15
4 ftUTCId:R' AND STOCK DEALER Church, Factory and School Bells for sale 8.33 office in
Live Oak............ 5.39 p m a m and sections secured at Company's
Leave Gainesville................. 4.052.20
JJ ANDDealer at a bargain. Lake City......... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Astor's Building, 84. Bay street, and at De-
I I ;S*Stoves at Wholesale Prices. Leave Arredondo.................. 4.23 '2.45 11.26 and board People's
.. am Ticket Office on
........ 8.01 ,
1 in Ice All goods delivered at the various trans- :Leave Palmer........ ...:........... '4.34 2.58 Arrive Baldwin.. pm pot PLANT CHATTAHOOCHEE
11.31 H. B.
Baldwin............ 8.08 m a m Line Steamers : ,
portation stations within the city free of Leave Archer........................ 4.51 3.27 Leave p 12.16 LANE.
TENNESSEE charge. All sales for cash. Leave Bronson....................... 5.21 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville.. p m pm JAS. L. TAYLOR,
:BROOM STREET WHARF, Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.00 5.05 Trains i and 2 daily ; Trains and 4 will General Passenger Agent. I
CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Leave Rosewood.................... 6.33 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but A. M.-IVE.'. A-ent. f ft
9L-tf I FERNANDINA; FLA. I Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.03 6.35 will run Mondays.
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Mrs. Grundy Says: Range of ThermometerFOR J. & T. Kydd r;'-.it. .--" .h f 2.,1'}( '
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That it looks now as if the Presbyterianmanse TIlE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, Have just l'eceivetl. 2,000 yards Hamburg <, ,-:r.7: 'j';;''-';''.'._!,.'-;. :,'.", ",, ,,

would be finished-some time. 1885, AT lIoKSEY's DRCG STORE. Edgings and Insertings, bought 25 per cent. ;, _.,.;1 '.:'<": : _
f.00 Y1UR.. ; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS 7 A.'[. 12 M. 3 P.'[. 6 P.,[. WIND. below manufacturers' prices which they :> ', '
That Sheriff EHermann. in upholding the Saturday, Feb. 14......48 &t 62 60 N. E. ,. offer at astonishingly low prices. Call and : ". '
Sunday, 15..47 63 63 61 N. E.
of the law into the
] Reflections majesty Sunday, got Monday, 16......45 62 60 59 N. E. :. see them. *
.. grip of a colored damsel, and was only Tuesday 17.... .46 60 59 58 S. W.
Major Zak k Haddock and family, of Jack saved from being shaken out of his clothesby WedneSQay," 18..42. 56 54 52 N.W.' HollandIsh. Herring.
Thursday, 19.. ...40 54 52 48 N. E.
Just arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S.Cor. .
sonville, are visiting friends here. for 56 N. W.
calling help ; Friday 20..43 60 Two
I Sixth and Ash sts. Millionsof
Ground is being broken for the founda-i That she reversed the old adage of "Hold-
tion of Mrs; Angel's brick building on Cen- ing on like grim death to a darkey ; Atlantic Pavilion. of

tre street. ] That she held on like a darkey to grim Port of Fernandina. Mrs. Sweeney, would be pleased to see her acres Farming, Orange,

The schooner; Sat la unloading a cargo death. HIGH WATER. friends and the old patrons of the "".Idle Timber and, Grazing Lands,

of Maine ice i at Broome street,dock for Mr. That M. M. Dohoney always returns from Saturday, February, 21...... 0:17 A. M. 0:42 p. M. Hour" at the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia situated in counties
..... 29 and
Sunday, 22. 1:16" 1:41. Beach, where she is now established. ,
W. K. Bauicnight. the Capital City loaded with roses and :Monday, 23...... 2:20" 2:50" the lands
So far only four candidates have been other evidences of feminine interest; Tuesday, 24.....:3:27" 3:57" comprising bought
Wednesday, 2.>...... 4:32" 5:01" Last Notice to Tax-Payers. Sir Edward
mentioned for the Mayoralty on the Republican That we trust none there have a deeper Thursday, 26...... 5:37" 6:04": by J. Reed, from
..... I will be at office on Second street,
Friday, 27. 6:35" 7:02" my
in here in : the State of Florida
side, the coming city election. hold on his affections than we have ENTERED. rear of Prescott's shoe store,-daily during in 1881,

The Masonic fraternity of this city have Fernandina.That .. Steam-packet Thomas Collyer Dennctte, from February from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m., for thepurpo'8e are now offered at graded

leased: the second story of the Austin build- Flynn held an involuntary recep Brunswick daily with freight and pas- of receiving the State and county
tion Monday night in honor of his late sengers, to F. W. Simmons, agent. taxes for 1884. Property which the taxes prices. These lands were selected -
ing and are fitting it up for their Lodge Feb.Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from remain unpaid on March 1st will be adver-
room. matrimonial venture: New York; freight and passengers 'to tised. W. F. ScoTT by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

Mr. R. G,; McQuittj', the merchant tailoron That the boys labored under the impres- 19-5teamshipCUmberlandKerts R. W. Southwick agent. ,Baltimore; Collector Revenue Nassau; County. ley, late Commissioner of the
sion that needed like for harbor. Fernandina, January 31, 1885.
Major Dohoney a
Centre street, has received a large and 19-Steamship Cam :Marth (British),Ilurrell, State Land Office, and Mr.
and demonstration, and started in to administerit Cardiff, to Wm. Lawtey.
lot of
handsome of
samples spring
; 15-Steamship City of Palatka. Vogel, from Notice to City TaxPayers.I M. A. Williams, late agent for
summer goods. Palatka; freight and passengers, to am now ready to receive the city taxes
Two schooner, the S. H. Levin and Caleb That unfortunately they were mistakenbut W. O. Jeffreys, agent. of 1884. Can be found at my office, next sale of State lands, which fact

S. Ridgeway, arrived here on Sunday last perhaps the Major is making a greater 15-Steamship from Charleston City of':Monticello freight and. McKee passen-, door to Custom-House. from 9 a. m. to 4 p. is a guaranty of their high

with steel rails for the Florida Railway & mistake right along, by avoiding groundsfor gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent m. every day, except Sunday, until March The
such demonstration 18-Steamship City Monticello: :McKee, 4th, 1885, after which time the books will be quality. purchase known,
Nj\'igationCompany.; : ; from Palatka; freight and passengers, closed, and all property that the taxes are the
That life is short,'' Major, and although to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. as Reed Purchase was only
not at that date will be
| Mr. R. Austin has his stock of stoves paid on advertised
JJj put Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, from
for the balance of the season at rock bottom there may be as good fish in the sea as ever Savannah; freight and passengers, to as provided by statute. opened for sale this year, and
were caught, we don't catch you fishing F. W. Simmons, agent. C. J. WESTBERG.
x figures. Mr. Austin carries a fine stock of Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Truitt, from City Tax Collector of Fernandina, FJa.Special. the lands have not been culledor

stoves, iron; and tinware, etc. often.That there is prospect of having an excellent Savannah F. W. Simmons; freight, agent.and passengers, to picked over. No part has

' Amelia" Lodge, No. 47, F. & A. M., meets 2O8team.packetInIT:: Morgan,Truitt, from BargainsIn been reserved in
photographer located here per- Savannah; freight and passengers, to Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam- any manner,

"t. on ovlrj inday Huotjs,eveningnext at the Lodge room, manently.That 16-SchoonerS.1I.F. W. Simmons Levin, agent.Hudson,New York; ask, at J. & T. KYDD'S. and the whole is open for sale.

i ; : store. All brethren in good the !St.: ,Mary's railroad project is railroad iron, to order.
''t -stJi)<\;ling are requested to attend. beautifully. 16-Schooner Sarah A. Reed, Clark, Bermuda Ma ttlngs Mailings! Special prices on large tracts.
up ; vegetables, to master. A great bargain in Fancy Mattings, 15 Timber lands
On the Arrival of the Jacksonville train That D. Dorsey has ripe strawberries for Schooner Caleb I. Ridgeway, Townsend; virgin forests in
cents a yard at J. & T. KYDDS. i
New York steel rails, to order.
l on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, the sale; 16-Schooner Satilla. Rivers, Boothbay; ice, bodies of 50,000 acres and up-

steamer.. Martha will make excursions to That he raises them by the barrel; to W. K. Bauknight. For Sale. wards. Lands sold for cash,

, D ng nesf. Fare for the round trip, 75 cents. That if you don't'believe it go to his Cot- CLEARED. A very good Organ, whose.catalogue price'
i Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for is 165. will be sold at'$55. or on long time.
British Cam Dearth Ha mil tage garden and see.
steamship Brunswick daily, with freight and
m rile arrived in port on Wednesday last That" Webb's Florida" contains the autobiography Feb.Steamship passengers City, by of F.San W. Antonio.Simmons,Wilder agent, Also, a $60 Sewing MRS.Machine MARY at GODFREY.$40. The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.

from Cardiff, Spain, consigned to Wm. Law- of many residents 'of Fernan- for New York; freight and passengers, (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
R. W. Southwick
who will load her with cotton seed dina by agent. Prlt.'ate.Board
4 tey ; Steamship City Monticello, McKee, I ,
That some of them read very much like for Palatka;by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
Kingdom. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for'' near Egmont,Hotel
epitaphs. .
Charleston W.O. Je 'reys
That residents of Florida of Northern Steams hip City; by of Monticello. McKee, Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor c" ,... .. _.":) .i.. :. ; : ,
McGiffin this
j| week
extractor inspected for Charleston; freight and passengers, without board. Transient boarders will
i; wilt the chairman of the Board of County birth will appreciate the winter here when by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. be accommodated. ':" .>. -.;'\" l0') ',(. ,';;l' '!''1T'i'Jt: : :
+ they read that Lakes Michigan and Ontarioare Steam-packet Mary :Morgan, Tmitt. for )IR."!. T. P. G. THOMPSON. "'.
Commissioners Mr Chas. W. Lewis the
Savannah; freight and passengers, by .
Fernandina, Fla., January, 10, 188.3.
county draw bridge and the road leading,to frozen over. F. W. Simmons, agent. I '" ,
18StcampacketIary Morgan, Truitt, for
the mainland with view of them That what to be tall hat
a putting appeared a plug Savannah; freight and passengers, by .
in immediate repair. surmounting a. fencepost! attracted the at- F. W. Simmons, agent.
: i
Steam-packet :Mary Morgan,Truitt, from
' The steamship San Antonio, of the Mallory tention of pedestrians last Monday night ; Savannah; freight and passengers.to
,F. W. Simmons, agent.
Line! ,'which sailed for New York last Thursday That they were mistaken in thinking it a Schooner Vapor, Somers, Philadelphia;

j evening, carried the following cargo: fence post. The hat was the terminal point, lumber, by C. II. Huot. THE NEWPORT OF THE SOUTH.
20-Bark Prinz Adalbert (German), Brick-
83(5 bales cotton, 777 barrels rosin, 319 boxes but a fearfully wabbly one, of a,;young man mann, Germantown for orders: lumber -

cedar 473 49 barrels cabbage about town ; byL. A. Davis &Bro.
packages oranges, 20-Brig George E.,,Dale. Peira, Porto,Rico
; ;-GO: barrels: cotton seed oil, 24 cans That he was just as full of turpentine lumber, by,C.),I. Ilnot., THE[ EGMONT r HOTELS[

shrimp, 37, packages merchandise.The as any fence post could be ; ------ -- --

That for the information of the y. m. a. t. Eggs for Hatching.

City Council.'S Plymouth .Rucks, Brown and White '
we will state that the fence still stands, : GEORGE .
Leghorns, choice stock. Two dollars MELLON Proprietor,
$ There, being no quorum present on although a deep-seated impression possessedhim per ,
.setting of 13.. W. F. SCOTT. : -:.. .,:' -
1 Wednesday evening last, the regular meeting that night that it would surely fall if -'!," .

night for) the City Council, an adjourned he let go of it. Shirts, Shirts,' Shirts.

meeting' was held on Thursday. evening, That beating the loud tom-tom and :Mode Bros.,, leaders of low prices are

r with the following aldermen present:, G. F. sounding the hew-gag for Mr. and Mrs. state agents for Kurn's unexcelled laundried
shirts, twenty-one hundred thread linen, for
Austin Flynn's benefit seemed to result in great $1.

prostration to some of the operators ; -=-=--= =
McGiffin.Tf Spring and Summer ClothingAt
That, Flynn laid some of 'em. out beauti-
e following bills were ordered paid : New York cost.

1., Fred W. Hoyt & Co., merchandise for fully. AT PAUL FUNKE'S.A .

Street; lamps....................................$16.91 That when you hear a man laboring, so- liUl
Fred W. Hoyt & Co.. nails................. 4.25 lilloquizing, hiccoughing, 'and perhaps, Large Line of New White Goods f .1

: Fred W. Hoyt& Co., bottles and stoppers swearing before his front door at an hour Just received by J. & T. KYDD, consistingof *
for lire engine........................ 29.09 plain and plaid Nainsooks.Victoria Lawn, I F1s 3ii
;d IIIIIIIII6 IIIIIII114111111111; 111111111111IIIIIINIIIIIIIIIn IuIINlnlunnu na II u' "-
be t
4 ,AiiKel) & Friend: supplies for paupers.. 45.00 approximating midnight, you may sure Linon de Dacca, India and Persian Lawns zi-- pii
t4, Gt<+l. S. Avery,fine and costs remitted.. 10.70 .he is attempting the old time-worn operationof and French Organdies etc., which are ?,

5 T.A.'Acosta, for street lamp at Old trying to make a buttonhook serve as a marked at very low figures. ,' Illipuil' nunm _'!

': Town...._.&........... .......................... 70 '
night:key ;
The following communication from His School Notice.
That-- can tell all about it. He
Honor the Mayor was referred to the Cora- At the solicitation.of some citizens shall
tried it this week with the usual
,one night
mittee on Ordinances and Rules: open, on February,10th. a pr \'ateschool for

f FEUNANDINA, Februa y.16th, 1885. success. boys and girls in the public school-house.
a To the Honorable the City Council: +
A Handsome Memorial. .
GENTLEAr4lN-III a communication sent
to honorable I A handsome photograph was shown us Call and see our 94c. black Cashmere, reduced -
some months ago your body OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK,
& urged! the.propriety of constructing an Art this week of the new enclosure placed from $1.25, at '
t '. tesiawell.. Such work would at ordinary MODE BRO'S.,
; a ,
around the last of his
resting place son, FERNAKDINA
Leaders of Low Prices. FLORIDA.
times;,be,of great benefit to the city, ,
t but, considering the fact that we shall almost Eugen, who died here during the epidemicin

; with. certainty have an epidemic of 1877, by Mr. Carl J.. Lange. The enclosure Silks, Satins and Laces.

Asiatic cholera in this country soon, it which is of wood made after AT PAUL FUNKE'S. :"
; was a < NOW FOR THE SEASON. ;'
< : OPEfl
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would seem a necessity. The only way to : -, K; .
design by :Mr. Lange himself. Upon the :' ..
prevent this terrible disease, or to mitigate I New Spring Clothing.A ..'" "

E d, its malignancy, is to usepure drinking water, two front corner posts are painted the'Amer- fine line of New Spring Clothing, fash-

,,4 and to use the same for cooking purposesThe ican and German flags, while upon the base- ionable cut and well made at low prices.

, i 1 recent experiences of sanitarians in the board the German and American eagles,are Fine Clothing a specialty at
of show that .
cities to with
', large Italy go -
J. & T. KYDD'S.F'esh .
r 1 pure water and wholesome food the disease represented. Upon the marble head-stone

I may be robbed of its terror. In addition to is the'simple, inscription in German :- SauerkrautAt

theabove: would suggest perfect cleanliness Here rests
:: and such regulations as to the sale of EUGEN LANGE. JACOB KLARER'S, GET OUR PRICESFOR
fruit and vegetables as may be necessary. Born Nov. 9,1852 ; Cor. Sixth and Ash sts.

1 #' Therefore, the Artesian well should be built. Died Sept. 19,, 1877. .
and'the'water conducted by pipes to differ- Ha, Ha, Ha '
ent parts of the city, it being too, expensive In the photograph, leaning upon ,the railing Twenty-five pi pieces.Fancy Mattings at the
' i to carry it to every house. The surface of the'enclosure, under a big live oak
rock bottom prices ,of 14c..cash, by the
wells should then all be filled The branches overshadow ++++++++++++++++++++
up. .. tree, whose protecting piece only, Saturday, February the 21st, at \
.water closets: or privies, should be so constructed '
the grave, appears an excellent likeness of MODE BRO'S.,

Ordinances as to should necessitate be passed frequent regulating cleaning.the the old gentleman, who is held herein. .universal Leaders of Low Prices.

traffic in vegetables, oysters: fish, etc. esteem, especially among his German. Novelties SASHJBLINDSl DOORS JI
I Would call your attention to the enclosed fellow citizens. '
circular from the city authorities of In Fancy Goods and Parasols.,

Charleston S. C., in regard to your cooperation AT PAUL FUNKE'S.Xo \
as to a dredge boat.to be used for the In Memorlam. ,-'-t++++++T+++t+++++++
common benefit of that city. Savannah., Ga., Mr. L. G. Tillotson, senior partner of.the Special Day for BargainsAt

,Fernandina and Jacksonville. firm of ,Tillotson & Co., New York, died at J. & T.'KYDD'S"but you can get them ,
I would also call attention to a private day. .
your every '
his home on the 31st ult. .Mr. Tillotson had Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
communication addressed to the Mayor :
and City Council. many friends among railroad men of the Clam Chowder ..- ,
Enclosed please find reports as to amounts South, and especially Florida, who extend This tf evening, at J. FRED LOHMAX'S.Leaders .

rec ved by the Mayor in fines in the city the consolation of their sympathy to the bereaved

court.Oil account of the restraint put on taxation family and. join in rendering to his of Low- Prices.'Mode! Bros., have A LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED.

= by>> the State law you have no moneyto memory that high meed of praise due to just received a full line of Ladies Jerseys.

pVopriate to sanitary improvements, I true merit, and which is the fruit. of an Calland see them.
therefore have nothing to recommend until
and well life.
Iiih advised by your honorable body that upright spent" Valuable Orange :Lands for Sale.

.there is an appropriation for such purposes. Hose Tracts containing twenty acres each of FRED jO.
W. (
Ladles and Misses H@YT! &
Very respcctfllllr. choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake ,
\ H. POPE, In great variety AT PAUL FUNKE'S. suitable for orange growing and truck farm-

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Mayor. i* i offered These
ing, are now for sale. lands
Under an ordinance 'the president appointed Bleached Cotton. are very conveniently situated for transportation -

Aldermen McGiffin, Robinson and J' & T. KYDD are now selling a,yard-wide by water or rail, and will be sold on SECOXD'STREET. ABOVE CENTRE, I
terms to suit Titles ,-
Bleached Cotton, fine and,soft finish, at the purchasers. are unques
revise the .
Dorsey a committee to registration tionable. .Also valuable timber lands in

I list. low price'of 7 cen'ts a yard. AH'standard large bodies., G.-R..FAIRBANKS, .

;The Council .then adjourned. : brands as low.as cart be bought anywhere. .February 1G..1S82,. ...Fernandina Fla. E'" E]'Ft ]:Nr.A. COT' :D I ] :,I F' ,:L.. .&

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