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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: March 14, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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VOL. VII. ;i. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY: MARCH 14.. ._ 1885. 1-0, ? 16_ J

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;;iIIM FRUIT EXCHANGE. careful and cheap transportation and ary, 1886, made{ the, :following. report The; company which: proposes to NOTICE. !

judicious and satisfactory'marketing : : construct the road ,is said to be a COJPJ..IANCEVITH THE ORDInances :- -
PERFECTED AT THE
ORGANIZATION of oranges and other fruits and per- of the City of Fernandina tin- : t
MEETING WEDNESDAY. ishable products. The directors shall The committee? appointed to nominate v wealthy company and very en- following names have been stricken from. f

adjourned meeting for the have general supervision of all .the nine directors(;:respectfully report terprising. The country it will traverse the'registration 1885: rolls of the city for the vrar- t...
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The the folloWIng* names :
organization of the Flor- affairs of the exchange, shall direct Norris of Volusia A. Harris GeorgeH. will be new territory from Alberts, GeoAnderson Avery,.Arnold t:
permanent its operations choose its agents and ,' iJ.:; which-a. G A Austin Lewis.Andrews ". t
large local business;will be
convened at the of :Marion Damon ofDuval ;
ida Fruit Exchange employes fix the salaries of ; Greenleafr. MayBrown Alexander D **>
Trade Rooms in Jacksonville compensations ; M. Doyle, Orange: ;;: Ed- given in lumber and naval'stores' ,
of for their services and shall '
Board win of ; J.,C. .it Tom Bates, Henry i.:
Higgins, Duval Lanier and stand chance be the
March llth, 1880, with a large provide the necessary facilities for ; will a to Brown, ZechieI Bellows, T IL- r
from the the transaction of the business of the of Sumter; G. R. Fairbanks, of Nassau main trunk line for travel between Bliss, Tom Bolden, Geo f
representative attendance ; ; W. E. Stanton of ,Putnam E. Barker. Harry Bolts JosBrown 1Bl1rrou
;
fruit-growing conn ties. company.: The directors may, at Bean of Duval. .; Florida and_ the North, affording the h. Jeter John H'_ t
principal I their discretion, assign the duties of shortest line and the most pleasant Bram. Lewis Birt Wm '
In the absence of the chairman of to the Which report was ,{received, and Bascomb. Chas Braswell A J. .
general manager president, or, route of travel Baker
along the uplands of ,Si las t
the former meetings, the adjourned any other officer of the corporation, the nine directprb'Miamed: : by the ti
South Carolina North Carolina
called to order the choose other for that ,. and Clark, Richard C'uTrvHit: j
meeting was by or some person committee; werj uj. g 1ri uslyelected. y- .
Capelia, LouisCul Caldwell\ Thompson (
secretary, James H. Paine, who read position.The Authority to"select r ii,president and Virginia. pepper, James Clinch Geo' '

of the previous meet- directors shall designate threeof to the ''BAZAAR. Cooper, Chas Courter, Willie ) "
the minutes vice-president' delegated CONFEDERATE RELIEF Cooper, Lewis Crump JY .
'd
their number to act as an execu- .
Board of Dirctors, as 'also:: the selection -, ,A *{ Bazaar for the relief of needy Clay. J L Cull). J E B t '
tive committee of which committeethe
I Clark, A F Clay, Wm H 1;
ings.On motion, lIon. P. P. Bishop, of president shall be ex-officio chair of the secretary treasurer and ex-Confederate soldiers and their Carthron, J.lee' i t
families will be held in this city
unanimously auditor. -* ,
county, was man. i
Putnam ; Delaney, Thomas Daniels, Henry
from April 7th to Saturday 11th. '
called to the chair. This committee shall meet on The following resolution was Dorsey Columbus Dorsey. GeoDukehart t
Wednesday of every week at the adopted: Although the( war is long since Dorsey, Geo Edward .b" i
The committee to secure subscription office of the Exchange, shall examinethe over, there are many brave veterans Dewson, Geo .'

to the capital stock, through with the officers Resolved, That further subscrip- still suffering from its hardships, .
confer
books
tions to the capital stock be received Edwards, Plummer Epps, Wm F-
R. Fairbanks Chairman and shall without pensions-and many almost Ellis, W R Edwards, Sam
Jrx
Major George and the general manager, and solicited by the Board of Direc- ,
time friendless.The Ellis, V A Eaton, Jno S
from to
,made a report.The give such directions as tors until the total amount shall'be undersigned members of the Ellis, M J Ervin, SamFraulin t*
report of the committee to time may be necessary, subject to subscribed.The Ervin, Robert i
the approval of the full Board of joint committee of the "Bazaar" As-

prepare by-laws for the Exchange Directors at the next regular meeting. meeting then adjourned sub- sociation appeal to a generous pub- Fuller BenFerreira Henry. r

was presented and read by Major G. the : ject to the call ,of the fBoard of Di- lic to aid them by subscriptions or John B Frank, Franz
In addition to Ferreira
Article 5. cus ., R L
donations for the Bazaar and also
B. Fairbanks, Chairman, and after indicated their rectors. I y.
tomary duties by i i
to attend a general meeting Gibbs. Adam Gambrill.M.N'.J'
urge you :
the adoption of several amendments, official names, the president and THE NEW AIR LIVE, RAILROADTO for the more efficient organization of Gage, Henry Gunn. John T. i t

was finally adopted as a whole, as vice-president of the Exchange shall ; THE .NORTH. the Bazaar committees-the time Gardner, L J Godfrey, D S

render such service as may be required for which will be announced in the Griffin, Sidney f ..
follows: The Savannah News says the I %
of them by the Board of Di: .
Hunter Joseph Henderson. Geo
daily
BY-LAWS OF THE FLORIDA FRUIT EX rectors. agents and engineers? the construc- MRS.papers.WM. H. BRUNE ; Hubbard, Jack Hnbbard Richardt'f '5

CHANGE. Article 6. The shall keepan tion company ,of the Greenville Hippard, James Haley, C A f y {
secretary 129 St. Paul St., Hagans, Perry Harrison, Dan '
Article 1. Each stockholder shallbe accurate record of all the proceed- Land and Lumber Company, of Pres. of the "Bazaar Association.GEN. Harris, JakeHercules Hall. Thomas A. ,h

entttled to a certificate or certifi- ings of the stockholders and of the Portsmouth, Va., have begun workon BRADLEY JOHNSON, Geo Hearst, John '5 .r
Howard, J G Harris Z T
cates of stock signed by the Presi- directors, shall have the custody of the proposed Augusta and Jack- President of the Society of the Army Hunter, Alonzo Hawkins, Wen r wi; t'

dent and Treasurer for the shares all books and papers of the exchange, sonville Railroad. The line of this and Navy of the Confederate Statesin JIamilton, Alfred : I

}held by him. and shall keep accurate accounts of the State of Maryland.MRS. .
The shares of the Florida Fruit all its transactions,and shall perform road is to be from Augusta, using the GEORGEA HULSE McLEOD, Irons, :Marshall II f

Exchange may be transferred whenso such other clerical duties as may Central Railroad ,to Millen, 53 miles. 287 Mosher Street, Jones, Joseph Johnson, John H": i

desired on the surrender to the from time to time be deemed neces- Thence a new road'to Jesup; about Press Correspondent.MRS. Johnson, Ward Jackson, John S t
Jenkins, Lewis Jones, Francis
Secretary of the stock certificate sary.Article 80 miles. Thence to Hart's Road HUGH H. LEE, Johnson, David Jones, \V A k f i

lrOperlyendorsed, when anew cer- 7. The treasurer shall receive -: "The.Shirley," 119 Madison St., Johnson, Jacob Jones. f
road about 60 miles.
tificate shall be issued; providedthat and disburse the moneys of the by ;a new Sec. of the Bazaar" Association. Jones.'RichardJohnson Jones. Harry .* t 'if l

shares shall be' transferred,; all checks-I' Thence by .thec/Evv imdina, and Erwin Jones' Maxwell i
no corporationshall; sign We desire to call attention to the Jones, Jerry Jones, Wiley'J : y:
until all assessments thereon shall : orders drafts demands for the Jacksonville Railroad"to Jacksonville
or I Bazaar to be held in Bal- Jones, Charles James, Joseph .
have been paid.A payment of money, and shall make 22 miles-in all, from Augustato proposed Johnson, Albert A Jackson, Richard"- I'!
timore on the 7th to the 11th of
certificate or certificates may be all payments, sign all notes, accept-i Jacksonville 210 miles of which King, Sam Korniga Henry. ,
issued on special order of the Boardof ances and ather evidences of indebt-I April ensuing, to aid needy ex-Con- Hansel Kane, Richard It'Keith tt;

Directors in place of the certificateor edness, and make a report at the annual I 75 miles are now in operation and federate soldiers and their families. 1 I

certificates lost or destroyed, on :; meetings of his doings, and i 135 will be required to be con- We trust that subscriptions or do- Love Love., SamLassere Hillyard Lee,!Sam'lLivingstone,Johni [!

satisfactory proof being made of shall perform such other duties as ; structed. The distance saved by the nations of articles of value .will be E Lewis.Benjamin i' .t-

such loss or destruction, and receiving may, from time to time, become of this road between Jacksonville Laird Sam Lancaster, Frank tt
building Mrs. G. R. Fairbanks Lee, WmLucas Lucas, Alfred
promptly sent ,
adequate security to indemnify necessary as the chief financial offi-
Alfred'
will be 32 ,
Savannah
and
the company against any loss cer of the Exchange. Before enter- who will receive and forward any- i ''t.

consequent upon the issue of such ing upon the duties of the office he miles, and between Jacksonvilleand thing intended for the Bazaar, which McFashion: Sawyer McDonald, J D b.
Morris, Edward McWaters, James:;--- ill .I
new certificate or certificates. shall execute a good and sufficient Augusta 83 miles.- may be sent in to her at the Mirror :Major, Sam McRae, Edward .
Article 2. Each stockholder shallbe bond for such sum as the Board of The importance of this enterprisewill McRae, ChasMcQueen. )Mitchell Ben ;
entitled to one vote at the meeting I Directors shall determine, for the realized Office, or to residence corner Seventh Conner McCall,Jonas : 'I
of the company for each share of faithful performance of his trust. be best by a comparisonof and Date streets. Mueller, Henry )Madden John F.: .1:
Minton, Meddaugh, Fred W-r.:
Harry
the distances by.existing routes to
the
stock held by him, whether he Article 8. The auditor shall examine List of Letters Mass man; John! Manigault, C C n t t

appears in person or by proxy, made all accounts, invoices, returnsfor Washington and by the proposedroute. Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- )lcDonaldObld Mannoe, J T ..
Martin, Noble Minkley, Gustave :!t
under
written authority, to be filed sale of fruit and all other evi- dina, Nassau counts, Florida, March 14th 4Nichols I ft

with the secretary. Provided, that dences of indebtedness, and no By the Atlantic Coast Line. via 1885. Persons calling for these letters must Nichols, Dennis Foster J :i f

the himself person appointed as proxy shall money shall be paid by the treasurer Savannah, Charleston and Wilmington say advertised : Nattiel, ManuelO'Donald t..;

be a stockholder in the com his certification of the Alston, Zack Avery, Josephine '
except upon the distance to Washington is John O'Boyle John,K U
pany. correctness of the demand. The auditor Albert, Dizzie Alliet, Adam r
Article 3. Special meetings of the shall make under oath 865 miles. By way of Savannahand Adams, Frank Amm. J M Pasco, Jacob Proctor, D G J
a report
Bryan. Miss R S Baxter, Dr R I I
stockholders shall be called by the semi-annually to the Board of Di- Augusta, Columbia and Charleston Clark, James Cook A .Robinson. Bosson Redding- t .

president at such times as the Boardof rectors, and a yearly report under and Richmond, it is 908 miles. Canty Emaline Clark, James A ((2)) Rickart, John Rawson, W S l !

Directors may order, or on request oath at the annual meeting of stock- Collwiell. Aliezen, Callaway, George Ricarts, AllenRobinson Redmond;?Mitchell! :.,,. '
:Macon and Charleston Cotton, Nannie Cavetery. Sillard
Jesup
in By David E W'i
of
writing, persons holding holders. Dyas. Dr Wm Daly, Rev C F
a majority of the stock. Notice of Article 9. Dividends of the earn- 1,143 miles, and by Atlanta and Etalderi Miss Nellie Fischter; T Smith, James Smith, lhila !
such meeting shall be given in accordance Dalton route 1,095 miles. Fraser Bella Growie, W E Sye. James Sutton D II. '
with the of Section ings of the company may be declaredby Gordon S N Gluver, Betty Samms, Joseph Staten, JohnSmallwood !
provisions the Board of Directors when, in The proposed new route from : Greene, C J Higgins, Rias Steward, Henry Jessy- .
10 of Chapter 34 ofMcClellan's: their j judgment, the affairs of the Jacksonville to Washington, via : Hicks, Laurinia Hardy, Joseph W Simmons, Paris Steele,John ft
Digest of the Laws of Florida. ; Kensel, Rachel Kinsler. Rachel Smith, It M Smith, Joe W ?
Article 4. The directors shall be company will justify ; but in no case Hart's Road, Jesup, Milen, Augusta Kershaw, C L Kintz, Rachell Saxon, Miles Simmons, Peter I
shall such dividend be made until Richmond will be 807 King, Sue Kite, J Alban Small. NedSteward Simmons, Henry Hi',
and
stockholders) and shall be elected all i indebtedness shall be providedfor. Charleston ; Kabson Miller King, Mrs Wm Thomas Steward W It. .11 '
ballot at the annual meeting, and miles, being 58 miles shorter than : Jones, Edward Jarman, Jack Savage Sam 1: '
fchall 1 The stock transfer books of the : Johnson, Eddie Lowrie, J G
and hold their officesfor one year Exchange shall be closed ten days the Atlantic Coast Line, 200 miles Ladson Elizabeth Mooney,Mrs James Turner.'Jerry Turner, DavidTimberlain i 4

until their successors are eleted previous to the payment of such shorter than the Savannah and Augusta Martin Harvey Mack, Mr Ellin Taylor, Glascow Stepper
and
duly installed. Vacancies in McKellard, Emanuel :Moore. S B Traeye Alexander Tyson, Isaac '
the Board of Directors shall be filled dividend. route, and 398 miles shorter Glson, Ole Proctor, Mrs Oprey Taylor, D Turner. Monday

by the directors the Article 10. These by-laws may be than the Kennesaw route and 336 Peenson, Melia Rivers Capt Thomas, Tom Ta'lorVm \
appointment to I Scott, Willie Smith, Capt John Trimmings Abraham Tomlinson, Lemon.. ;.
Continue until the next meeting of amended at any regular meeting of miles shorter than the Atlanta and I Scrump, Edie Stretch, Capt R Tucker, John :
the stockholders.At the Board of Directors by a two- Thomas,Sarah Vandiver. W S

the thirds vote, two weeks previous Charleston route.It Whitlmret, ManningEWalker, C L Wilson, Thomas Williams, Simmons;'
first election and at all
an- Tom White, Willard
Wilkenson '
therefore Wilson, R E Wilson, Surry
notice been requires argument
nual having given. ,
elections thereafter, nine directors Williams, Hangaf Williams, Jacob Walstein, Ed
shall be chosen first. The stockholders Major G. R. Fairbanks moved to show that a line which, by 'the I S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. Wright, Geo Wilson Alfred .

may then proceed to the that the chair appoint a committee of construction of only 130 miles of new I The Human System is II Kind Wright Washington, Ben, Wabby Ward Williams, E ,J HenryWashington ;.

section. of the other officers provided seven to select the Board of Direc- road, will shorten the distance to the of 3Iachine. one part is seriouslyout Warren, Joe Stephen....
for m the articles of incorporation or of order the whole goes wrong. The Watson, Lewis Williams. Counsel ,
,
the shortest
tors, which motion was adopted, and South 60 miles over ex- blood in circulation is the mainspring. .
ujey may delegate the choice of such
the Chair appointed the following isting route, .and 'from 100 to 300 Keep this all right, and you will not suffer Young Henry Ynlee, C W
to
Dicers the Board of Directors. from Kidney and Liver disorders. Piles a id Yulee.. D L
directors: shall hold a regular committee: George R. Fairbanks, miles over the other routes.is sure to Constipation. And, in offering you Dr. EMIL O. FRIEND. -

m<*tmg on the first 'V Wednesday of be built unless the cost of construction Kennedy's Favorite Remedy" as the best City Clerks .
Edwin Higgins J. 0. Matthews J. '
,
each regulator of the human machine ever discovered Fernandina, Fla., February, 13&5. .
month at the office of the com1'an' C. Lanier, W. E. Stanton, Isaac is unusually great. we oblige the sick and sufferingmore .
' '
They shall carefully examine than we oblige Dr. Kennedy.Call ASTKAY.
the} Stone and Henry ,Foster. But the facts are that the whole of
hooks of .the corporation and RED COW,MARKED CROP SPIXT
shall I, from time to time, indicate to On motion, P. P. Bishop was the new portion of the road can be and see our 94c.black Cashmere, reduced ONE under saw set in each ear. Is n *rat -. -

the ftorkholders added to the constructed cheaply the line from $1.25, at Mrs. D. Ogilie's. Any one claiming sanil
the{ and to the public unanimously com I, very MODE BRO'S., cow will get the same by provingtheirclaand .: -
Policy to be pursued by the cor- mittee. lying over a route peculiarly favorable -' Leaders of Low Prices. paving. for this advertisement. t

I( Jjectsofthe ration-; the general purposes and After a short intermission. for the building o'f a railroad, an Atlantic Pavilion.Mrs. Fernandina, Fla.Iarch ABRAHAM 7,13.5tSpring OGILVIEL: .
Understood
corporation being ,meeting reassembled, and the Committee almost le.vel pine'country,abundantly Sweeney, would be pleased to see her i
to be tO: in .the, most and Summer Clothing*
Idle .
arrange friend and the old patrons the ...
where the
tective} manner for the proper preparation on Board of Directors to serve timbered, and grading,, Hour at the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia 'At.New York cost. .: N 4-;'.' _
for market and for speedy, I until'the'annual meeting in Febru-: will be very; light. "/JL : : Beach, where she is now established. AT PAUL FCSK :';:':-.';:!D"


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THINGS THAT SEVER' DIE. ; all that she reallycared about that,fel- stretched himself, and sipped the than she suffered during those two wonder or pity, nor by the -

The pure, the bright", the beautiful, I 1 low Guest ? and, if so, why had she fragrant coffee before,he:spoke. days'at Guestwycke, but her cup, as it Lorette Tracy in her sight of

That stirred our hearts in youth, let him go to Egypt, when all Silvercombe Hester,waited,silently. seemed, was not yet-full. mourning- fashionable

The The impulse dream of of a love worldless and truth prayer, knew she had only to lift ,her Well, child I have had a sad ii. tear with black-bordered wiping away an occasional

The longing after something lost, finger to have him at her feet? Hester, time. Poor John Guest He has seen chief. But an ordeal handker

The, spirit's yearning cry for her,, part, had often lately asked four sons go before him, and now the While the mourning parents atGuestwycke when the service awaited h her

The striving after better hopes- herself the same question. Alas she old place must.fall to strangers Not went heavily, and Hester.'s emerged by the chancel was over. As .
These
shall door
things never die.
did not know then what she had found that the mother Bought of that, poor sorrow sought relief in tears, a ing to the usual intend_
escape
The- timid hand stretched forth to aid out since, that her playmate, ,Taltl She brought out all Talbot's strange piece of gossip was convulsingthe the church yard .and greeting in

A brother in his need, bot Guest, was more to her than any1 1 letters to show me, Hester, aud told little world of Silvercombe. The home by the steal quietly

'The That kindly proves word a friend in griefs indeed dark; hour, one else ever could or would be. It what good son,he had been to them, rector's William had it from the hostlerat she was private waylaid path to the Rectory .

The plea for mercy, softly breathed, was the old story: and praised, him and wept by turns. the Ked Dragon, who had it from figure in trailing black by a graceful
When justice threatens nigh the kitchen maid whose mother chared robes, who
'The of ; How could I tell I should love thee to-day Not a word,of repining or complaint. stood barring her
contrite
sorrowings a heart- with
These things shall never die. Whom that day I held not dear? Their patience preached me a.lesson, I for all the best families, who had it stretched hands. way out

1- How could I know I should love thee away tell you." from :Mrs. Tracy's own maid, Maria, Dear Hester
the
'I .Let nothing pass, for every hand. When I did not love thee anear? The rector spoke fiercely, perhapsto who surely ought to know whether most wanted to very person I
see You
Must find some work to do; Not until she had sent him away did hide his feelings, and swallowed her mistress was engaged or not! were at
Lose not a chance to wakenlo.c, Guestwycke yesterday. Do
Be fiem and just and true; Hester begin to find out how insipidand down a ]lump which rose in his throat. And engaged it appeared she was- how: are the dear old tell me

So shall a light that cannot fade ;colorless the routine of daily )life Oh by-the-by, Mrs.; Guest wants or rather had been, since the poor gen- know of people ? You
course -wIth
Beam on thee from on high, was without him. But it not too tleman dead-to a keen "lance
was Talbot
you to go and see them.I If you do was Captain at Hester's face "
And
pale know
angel voices to thee, -
say late. Had he not said he should you the
These things can never die." try not mind, she said, so sweetly, so Guest, of Guestwycke. And that tie which bind us

---- --------_.-- again, and meantime make himselfmore humbly, alwaysthinking, of others be- Maria would swear to, for her mistress have heard that together? You
worthy of her? The well told her with her poor Captain Guest
lI1 STER. girl sore herself. so own lips And and I" *
-- remembered the steadfast look in his When, pap;?" Hester's voice were not<; mistress and maid both busyas She paused, \

Oh Hal! I am so sorry I never, sunny eyes as he held her hand in a sounded strange f rid untunefnl. bees'stitching away at the mourn- pause tion and suggesting uncontrolable emo-

thought of such a thing !1': clasp which turned out to be one of : She is go'ingrto' send the carriagefor ing, besides what what was ordered .her passing a handkerchief lightly -

"I should think you might have farewell. Hester had left Silvercombeto you to-morrow afternoon, and from Exeter for bettermost wear? "over I know eyes.

3vuown when a fellow was in earnest. visit some friends directly afterward hopes you will contrive to spend a The breathless excitement among him you say you were engaged
to if that is what
,
Tv'e gone on with no end of other girls and ,the next news she heard of night or two at Guestwycke. You area the people of Tahiti when their King Hester you mean, :Mrs,

before, but this is the real genuine her lover was a notification in the good hand at comforting people, Pomare instituted Christianity by cutting :Tracy to, answered the bluntly, trying -
hand
thing. You must Have seen all the Western Times that Captain Talbot Hester. Do what you can for them." up and pating the sacred turtle- I i widow disengage retained in her which the

summer how I've worshipped the very Guest, Fourth Battalion of the Devon Guestwycke was a fine old Tudor the sensations which stirred the simple We own.

' ground you trod upon. Look here !1" I Rifles, had been appointed to a command manor house, lying high above the .I islanders of Hawaii as Queen Kap- o Mrs. Tracy kept faltered our secret well", I think,"

Hal dived into the recesses of a coat in the Egyptian army and was river, which later on, alter many wind- ;! iolanl, descending to the brink of the I have it gently but now

a pocket somewhere near the region of 1 leaving England immediately. Tint ings, rushed through Silvercombe on I fiery crater, plucked a handful of know thought all that right has to let his parents

B|s his heart, brought forth a small paper was only last winter ; but already in its way seaward. It was built of red Pele's consecrated berries-could not and how dear passed between "
r : package, and extracted from it a sharp her dreams and well have us, he was to me.
? waking sleeping. sandstone, and was smothered twice a exceeded the commotion Hester in
her
x, .tragment of white rock. Hester Con- Hester was picturing her hero's return year in purple.wistaria blossoms. But created in Silvercombe as this piece of wrapped bowed panoply of
proud reserve with
t 'way looked on with interest. from his harvest of glory, bringing the flowers had faded and gone now news ran like a magnetic current difference and, made grave in-

w Quartz, isn't it?" she asked i his sheaves with him to lay at her like everything cheerful about the through :Maria and her gossips, and would as though sha

;? gravely. feet.' Hal's pleadings this, November place ; the windows were veiled as finally by way of the.rector's,William, "I have pass on. for
'He nodded. "You remember the afternoon had recalled that to her Hester drove up ; the silence seemedto who served as conductor to the gentryof begged an interview
directly they are able to bear it.
p ; picnic on Barricane Beach ? You thoughts which was never far the
away. speak audibly of the calamity which village.
t Meantime it has been such
,t picked that up and gave it to me because With a rapid step and a happy lightin had befallen. How many hippy hours Mrs. Tracy was a pretty young know with a relief to
were them-yon who
it was a bore to carry, and I her fawn-brown eyes she hurried Hester had spent there in the old widow, who, in social life, had lately knew you
have kept it ever since." 1 homeward through the gathering dusk. herself my poor Talbot so well!I"
times never to come again How proved a formidable rival to Hester wrenched her
Involuntarily Hester broke into a Tea-that intrusive afternoon meal the Silvercombe away hand
many a warm welcome had she received girls of less experience. "Excuse
merry laugh, for she knew that impetuous which we have all made so welcome to in the dim old hall which was She had established herself quite fiercely. me", Mrs.
father is
'' Hal had been in love fifty times our hearths of late-was already wait- the glory of the manor house Now some twelve months since in the best Tracy-my waiting. The
torture than she
} i "before, and would be fifty times again. when she reached the was more could bear.
ing
rectory. she was drawn silently into an em- apartments in the primitive little There limits to endurance
But, for the moment he was desperately The bright little kettle was steamingon brace almost convulsive in its fervor, place afforded, and seemed in no hasteto were she mistrusted Lorette ; and
though
serious, and Hester, repenting, the fire, but her sisters had not them Tracy,
re- and, blinded with fast-falling tears, quit though it was understoodthat and her heart its
to
clung obstinately
grew suddenly grave again. Oh i turned. There was only the rector in was lead into the darkened library. she was merely on the wing to belief in Talbot's
R ; Hal! how I wish it had been some- : the hall putting on his overcoat. The good child has come, John. other climes. What share her inter- fidelity, her reason
was beginning to What if the
thing better worth keeping, and more I Going out again, papa ? You have Here she is!1" Mrs. Guest took Hes- est in Captain Guest had in detaining true?yield.Who could blame

-more comfortably portable. Pray only just come in !1" cried Hester in ter's hand in hers and drew her to the her in Silvercombe was best knownto him report if were hurt at her cold he

throw it away", and let us forget all surprise, for her father usually held fireside where the master of the house herself, but however well-founded had consoled, himself elsewhere rejection,and

this nonsence. this hour with the (which in his had been her of ,
leathern
f newspaper. sat great chair. He hopes one day reign- carried his suit where it would find
|JJ Impossible 1" Hal stalked gloomi- only ,arrived at tea-time), sacred from was older than his wife by many years, ing at Guestwicke as his wife, they more ready hearing? If only it had

yjjjS ly between the high banks of f disturbance. but the storms of life had failed to were now shattered forever. But the been else Hester moanedin
shay one
the Devonshire lane where the I am going on a sad errand, child. ruffle the serenity t 9fthefine old face ; fact of the conquest alone increasedher her any despair.

two were walking, and looked moodily I Those poor old people at Guest- those aristocratic, clear-cut .features importance immensely in Silver- The girl had left, the manor house
t4 at his boots. I'm not a fellow to !I" Hester's heart stood
wycke still. were stamped with the impress of a combe society. The charming young with a promise to repeat her visit to
fall:in love with one day and out the She seemed to know everything in a noble mind. widow had, of course, been credited Talbot's .
as soon as possible.It
l the next, Hester 1 You must have a moment, and when her father spoke Grief confers strange dignity. Hes- with vague aspirations, matrimonywards had been parents arranged between them

heart as hard as this stone, or you'dlisten again it was no news he was telling ter felt awed as though in a royal but that she should have aimedso that the rector should drive her over

to me more kindly. her. presence as she sat between her kind high and brought down her bird. one morning early in the following
t, A look of distress came over her "There terrible *
are tidings from the old friends. Hers were the only tears Silvercombe could not re- week, and leave her to spend a long
sweet face ; she stopped and laid a Soudan. .What a world it is The that fell, for the fount of sorrow soon cover its astonishment. day with her old friends.

r :hand upon his arm. Dear Hal, forgive son of their old age, and such a son as runs dry in aged eyes. But the sight Public opinion had always hitherto Hester for her part burned with a

; me for laughing. You chose such Talbot Guest! There I can't wait. of the girl's sweet face saddened by destined Hester Conway for the heir feverish impatience to find herself
&: funny keepsake But, indeed, Iccan't Take the Standard and read for their the old of
your grief-for simple couple Guestwycke, but now it underwenta once more at Gue stwycke. Perhaps
give you any other answer. self. I have to go and br.eak the news. never guessed at her own share in it- change. People felt how impossibleit amid the old scenes her faith in Talbot
"
Not if I try again"next year ? I The doctor's a coward in such things, seemed a comfort to the poor parentsin was that Hester with all her sweet would revive, and this horrible con-

come of age next year. and Lethbridge says it is not his business these first days of their loss. grace and gentle dignity should ever viction which was forcing itself
upon
3d No, Hal ; I could never think of though he has managed all their From childhood Hester
had
Conway have aspired to rival :Mrs. Tracy's ma- her would loose its hold. Alas poor
i| you in that way. affairs for forty years. Tell Dorawhere been a frequent visitor Guestwycke, turer, more astutely managed charms. Hester !

c;!j$ "Then" there must. be some otherfenow I am gone. I may not be home and sweet, sad memories lurked for The Hester who returned from Upon her arrival at Guestwycke on

| ? till late. Is the trap ready, William?" her at every corner. Up and downthe Guestwycke at the end of the week, Tuesday morning she found the quiet

;,| To account, of course, for my re The rector groaned to himself as he shady avenue Talbot had led her pale and wan, with dark rings en- household stirred into gentle commo-

fusing any one so extraordinarily fascinating mounted the box-seat and drove off.: old pony when he first taught her to circling her beautiful fawn-like eyes, tion. A fire burned in the large seldom-

as :Mr. Hal Lester I"! Hester But Hester never utter a sound. Silently ride-upon the shining beaches of the pointed the contrast all the more used drawing-room ; freshly cut hot

ti answered, laughing again ; but Hal she took up the newspaper and river rippling below-dull now, and strongly. As usual the person most house flowers were disposed on the
was quick to perceive that she flushedto turned the
'i to telegrams. gray with the gloom that was every concerned was the last to hear the tables. Mrs. Guest came to meet Her
"the very brow. His face fell. Disaster in the Soudan-Total defeat where this dreary November. They news which had worn threadbare with in a strange flutter of excitement,
Well, I must make the best of it, and annihilation the
of expeditionary had floated
lazily through summer discussion during her two days'ab though with the usual affectionate
but I that other fellow his good Hicks Pasha and all his
envy farce.
staff afternoons; on this very shady bank sence. To her sisters' surprise she received welcome.
luck !I" Hal sighed. heavily a sigh slain. A few lines told all that
was they had lingered last autumn when it with total incredulity. "My dear You have heard the
ty strangely out of accord with his funny known. The decoy of the unsuspecting I he had asked her to be his wife. What I don't believe it !1'she said blunt- news How little I guessed it when
+: face, and the short silence which followed General into the death ravine-
'ia them i issues-though she knew it nothaddepended ly, turning suddenly upon Dora, witha we last talked together Mrs. Tracy
to in the
a turn theo ambuscade the
on heightsthethree her !
answer face. could
were upon pale, proud comes to us this afternoon-we
long lane the paths of the twIt days' agony of thirst under cease One word from her and Talbot dear
My Hester, she says so her- not do less than ask her hereshewho
fir, branched apart-Hester's by a grass- less, pitiless fire-the survivors'story would have stayed to be the comfortof self! Surely she out to know. And, would'have been our poor boy's

:grown bridle-road, whose.unKempt of the dead soldiers, British and African his parents and:in good time to play indeed, now we come to think of it, wife The old lady's lips quivered.She .

4V" hedges were illuminated here and lying together in the bloody soil. his part in life as master ,of Guest they were a great deal together while made her young visitor sit beside

there with sprays of finecoloredbramble Then followed a list of the officersof wycke, an honest country squire like the and
r you were away early part of last t her on the old-fashioned couch,
leaves, to the rectory, hard by Hicks Pasha's staff.: Hester glanced his father before him. And now Hester winter, before he went abroad." her with
began unfastening
t, the old church tower-Hal's, through down the fatal column till she wraps
came felt that his death lay at her door. It's uncommonly strange but she

/ q .the massive gates of a broad carriage.drfve to this paragraph : She pictured him toiling, tired and 1 has actually put on mourning; for him, trembling Dear Hester fingers.! you will not mind
to the mansion
brimful ,
stately Talbot Guest
Captain was an officer athirst, across the arid desert, thinking so, of course, it must be true, supplemented driving back in the sociable this even-
.of wealth and luxury to which he was the staff of Hicks Pasha who
: on
of her he rode She
as wearily on. Kathleen. Poor Talbot !F ing? The barouche must go for :Mrs.
sole: heir. At that moment Hal felt greatly distinguished himself at the pictured the three days' fighting faceto You know we used to tease you about Tracy ; we must show her every.hoorfor
lie would have gladly exchanged all- battle of Assalia in the He
early face with death in that terrible
year. ravine him at one time, Hester; indeed, all Talbot's sake or, better still"with -
broad acres, house and all the chattels was the last surviving child and heir amid the thunder of from Silvercombe ;
guns thought"- sudden inspiration-
thereto appertaining a "Yes" of John Guest, Esq., of Guestwycke, the heights above, amid thirst, weariness Good night. You must tell me "won't a a happy few days and help
stay
from the lips of the girl who stood in the' of Devon and you
county ,,
Mary, and despair, till the merciful mss- all the news to-morrow ; I am too tiredto 1 us entertain her ?''

facing" him, holding out her hand. his wife, only daughter of Christopher senger brought its almost welcome talk to-night. Please send me upa "No, No ; impossible !I" Hester

This must be good-by, as you Talbot, Esq., of Highleigh, 'Cumber'' summons. Or did he fall early in the cup of tea presently ; I won't come broke out; smitten with sharp and
leave to-morrow. We are friendly] land. Captain Guest was'only 26 yearsof battle ? and was that beloved head down again." sudden

;still ; are'we not, Hal ? And I hopesome age and an officer of great promise.- with its dark curls, trampled in desert Hester took up her wraps with her Mrs. west turned with a mild surprise

.- day you will find some one ever It was late when the rector returned dust by friend and foe? Oh it was usual quiet dignity, and, head erect, in her bright old
I
so much nicer than I am, who will be tired and ''wet with his drivein eyes.
too horrible And it she who marched
was
I up stairs. If she were I My dear I would not press you
.-able to love you as you deserve ; and the drizzling rain, which was now had goaded him away from his safe, wounded, none should ow. But shewas against your will. You have many
when you do, I'll welcome her assister a falling fast-Devon fashion. A slight, life at wounded. "
peaceable Guestwycke-goaded not No such false report duties and engagements, I know.
!1"The dark figure, with a pale deathly face, him to his doom Should she ever should,destroy her faith in Tal Hester recovered herself with: an

promise was poor comfort to met him in the hall and silently took dare confess as much to the poor pa bot, her lover, alive or dead? The effort.

:Hal, who could have dispensed withSuch' his overcoat. Dora and Kathleen, rents who mourned the son of their girls had made a mistake. It could "Dear Mrs. Guest I am always so

: passionless regard, and who felt: tired of waiting, had gone off to bed. old age? Hester felt almost guilty in not be true happy here !t Some day when you
:at that moment-and perhaps would Hester remained to receive her
Only receiving their If hadbut Next
caresses. they morning, Sunday, she cased are alone again. One visitor at a time
feel for the space of a whole week-as father. She warmed his slippers at known
She crept away into sol herself as it were in the armor of will be enough for "
though his life's happiness were the fire and poured out the coffee she itude whenever it was possible, to proof, and went off to church. In her Ah well I it all you.seems so strange

wrecked forever. He walked on pondering L- had kept hot for him, all with the weep her heart out in miserable self- quiet corner hidden from the congregation If Talbot had but trusted us with his

with some old suspicions revived same serene impassibility. reproach. She had not thought it ,by the old carved pulpit, she secret Did you never suspect it, Hes-

within him., Could it be after Her father sat down by the fire and possible to endure grief more bitter was not pained by glances of eitherr.r ter? You and my poor boy were


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always friends ; indeed I once hopedpassing thank heaven for that !-step forth which defied a world to. 'take her from I I .
Sheri 's Sale.BY .'
*"- her hand caressingly from out the shadow of'those weird him. i

over the girls auburn hair- rocks, with the farewell smile still on Colonel' 'Ormsby and his wife, walking PATMHIZE H ME MANUrMTURB C VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION:
down to'the shore later out of) the Circuit Court of the-
met the
be ,
not to !1" his and pair'
But it was lips the love-light in his eyes. climbing the cliff together Fourth Circuit of Florida for Nassau County,
Hester writhed under the kindtouch"which While they were still at Morthoe, impersonation up' of Love's Young, a Dream.pretty September 5th, 1867 in favor of,Adam ( .

almost broke down her one morning-a morning which Hester -' Hester, who found' that she did need levied Dunham against Andrew M. Jon, I have-
the
as of said
upon defendant
composure. She could not speak a Conway will never forget-a letter support after all, leant l ton: .Talbot's arm,' and will sell at property public auction on the--

\rord. : and newspaper were carried up on the while liCj tall, bronzed and soldier-like, first Monday of April, 1885. in front of the- i
know this lady I think with was looking down'teriderly.intq her' fair court-house door in Fernandina, in said
"You my tray the early cup of tea which, ,face half.hiddenby: a wind-blown'tangle county, to satisfy said execution the follow-
dear," Mrs. Guest went on. Tell me she took, invalid fashion, upstairs. of auburn, curls. Slie, had been telling ing property, to-wit: One undivided thirst .

what; is fihe' like ? Pretty ? Gentle ? Dora's letter were not wont to be ex- shyly; with hushed, breath, of the via: part of the tract of land, containing about.fivehundred -

vell-mannered ?". citing, and Hester, opening it, read Dolorosa her feet'had so lately trodden, FLORIDA _I HIRRORg the Suarrez. acres more or l less, known as-
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and, listening with pitiful tears in ,her tract situated on Amelia Island
II Oh! don't ask me, poor Hester with rather languid interest, till she sweet in said county, at a place called Black
to his tale of the
broke out in uncontrollable agony. came to this strange paragraph : had eyes dangers he Point, it being the land originally; granted!
passed, and of the short
sharp
by the Spanish Government and confirmed
"
Her overcharged heart seemed< burst- I send you a paper with an account merciful illness which had been a bless- to the heirs of Antonio Suarrez and after-

,inl1 with pain. Then in a stiffled of the rejoicings at Guestwyckeon ing in disguise. :Mrs.: Ormsby,looked at wards owned by Robert Harrison deceased ;

voice, "I know-so little-about her." Talbot's return. All went of her husband significantly. also, one undivided third part of the one-

not fond of strangers sighed well ( there of and Hester's brother-in-law gave an ex- hundred and fifty acres of land adjoining
"I am we were course),
i said Suarrez
,
pressive whistle, and began to hum tract which were purchased b)-
Mrs. Guest. the poor old people's quiet happinesswas under her breath. Oh there's 'nothing said Robert Harrison, deceased from John
141 wish you could have staid, Hester a sight to see. Isn't it a strange, half so sweet in life" *: Both C. Pelot, being a part of the James Pelot

!-But of course she is very nice, i romantic kind of story ? The hero of guessed what had happened and were grant the said undivided third part in each

and we are pure to like her ; dear Tal- the day asked particularly after you, ready But the with their best wishes. BooK of veyed said bv two Robert tracts of Harrison land having, Jr., an been heir con-atlaw .

bot's choice !I" the mother consoled and seemed rather annoyed at your from Guestwicke_warmest, congratulations came INDEIIY of Robert Harrison, deceased to said
where John Guest and
defendant; also, a parcel of land on said
softly.As absence. I did not dare mention
herself; poor his good wife soon had the joy of wel- Amelia Island, conveyed December 21st.
Herter in the humble sociable Lorette to him. Didn't you laughover coming a daughter-in-law after their,own 1865, by Ephraim Harrison to said A. M.
reached the end of the drive that af- her imposture? If Talbot had heart. We may be sure that the flowers Jones, the deed being recorded in Book G.

the returning barouche dashedin not turned up 'again the truth would bloomed brightly, and they place wore pages 503 and 504. of the records of said
ternoon its gayest aspect foif this visitor who county, which land is there' described as a.
at the great gates of Guestwycke.The actually never have been known at all came to take up her abode there for good tract of land known as the Ephraim Harrison -
groom who was driving her pulled Mrs. Tracy was staying with friendsat and all. share of the Samuel Harrison tract ot I

,up to make 1 way for it, and its occupant i. Exeter when the news of Talbot's "It is always what we wished, Hes- land Clark's, bounded land, on on the the east north by by the Anna Atlantic-M_ k

Mrs. Tracy, leaned forward witha I safety reached Guestwycke. :Mr. ter," said Mrs. Guest. her bright old eyes Ocean, on the south by Robert Harrison's .

bow and a smile. A smile of triumph, Guest sent her a telegram at once, and shining with happiness. "I never could ESTABLISHED J' land and on the west by Half-Moon Creek. I'
take to that Mrs. A BOOK
Tracy, even before she HAVING containing one hundred and fifty
acres except -
Hester thought bitterly. And this the very next day Lorette wrote to turned out ,
an impostor. in connection with the family cemetery of one acre
our
was the rival who had supplanted her, her landlady here, throwing up her Hush! my dear !I" reproved her hus- j. A. ELLER IAN: ; .t
who was to take her place at Guest- rooms and ordering all her belongingsto band gently. Hester knows how muchwe Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE i Sheriff of Nassau County, Fla. !

wke a:> the child of the house be sent to her at Exeter directly.It love her," taking his new daughter'shand AND MANUFACTURE Fernandina, Fla.. March 7, 1885td_

she does not intend to. show in his, and patting it affectionately NOTICE.
seems
It had been comfort to her sore
"and I think there should be no ill-
heart to think she could be of use to her face in this neighborhood again.Of feeling-The! Argosy. TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN : 1-

Talbot's dear ones. To cherish and course you won't be surpsised to -- ------ Notice is hereby given that I have beer

care for them-to fill the place he had hear that Talbot's good father and "Those lilinding Headaches. appointed the goods,Administrator chattels, rights of all and and credits singular of $1;:;

left empty-what else was left to her mother have quite forgiven her and I remember know what I have they been mean ; victim ever since them 1 can" ALL KINDS, William S. Rawson, deceased; and all creditors {

Poor Hester covered her face, and in paid the month's bills she left owing." said Mrs. J. Nichols, of Rochester a ,to N. Y. "I, of said estate legatees and persons entitled k l

her loneliness and humiliation broke Hester put her hand to her head in could understand what the author meant their to claims distribution and demands are notified duly to attested present. ;i.,

into a flood of tears. The blow had bewilderment. Was she dreaming? :'living when he said : Life is sometimes not worth J -OFJ ; within two years from this date, and that
:
the
By merest chance I heard of J t: f
,
Had Dora lost her sensesOr it the same will be barred unless exhibited I
fallen so heavily sweeping all was Dr. David '
away Kennedy's' Favorite Remedy. I within,said period aforesaid. .
at once, not only the peaceful present, possible-barely possibleShe tested its virtues, and it truly worked a FRED W. HOYT, 1',
took her letter and withouteven i transformation for me ; I am now practically
the hopeful future-it was the past I Administrator
also, the last with all its memories waiting to coil up the auburn a new creature. BLANKBOOKSIFOR Estate of William S. Rawson, dec'd. I -:,.
Fernandina, Fla., February 7, 1884. Gds
hair which her shoulders
which had vanished in an hour. rippled over Amputation of the Leg. a?

r III. rushed to her sister's room. Money is the universal necessity, and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,': 1 1

"Janet I have heard from Dora. none but a cynic or a fool will affect to despise FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU

A telegram:! was thrust into Hester's What does she mean ? Was the report it. Mr. Abram Ellsworth, of Port COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Ewen, Ulster N. Y., had realized :rr
county
hand as she presently crossed the Rec- about Captain Guest untrue ? Did the truth. His disease involved the wholeof i

tory threshold; a summons from her he escape ?" his thigh-bone, and the suffering man DEXTER HUNTER, 1 if'>* r

eldest sister Mrs. Ormsby. Hester looked forward, not without vs. ,r,' ;i "
dear
My there was no need to es- apparent reas- JOHN II. BoYNToN, {J ATTACHMENT
on, to death as his only deliverer. The family '' "' {
always thought afterward it must have cape. Luckily for him he was safe at physician refused to amputate the limb- RAILROADS, 'lSTEAMBOATS Doing business under the |j f $1GG3U0cname .

been by her good angel's special provision Khartoum on sick leave all the time. asserting that the operation would kill the and style of John |1./-. t

that measles made its appearance Didn't I tell you ? His mother sent patient on the spot. Dr. David KENNEDY, Boynton's Son. JSAID L ;

in the Ormsby household just at of Roundout, N. Y., who was consulted, DEFENDANT, JOHN JL.BQ.YN- i
a I to
Perhaps
you message. forgot held a different opinion, and amputated the doing business as John Boyntpu's :
this particular time. She obeyed the deliver it. Ah! I remember now ; limb. The Doctor then administered freely Son, will hereby take notice of the t- o i\-

rather incoherent telegram, and flew it was the day Mysie was so ill !1" his great Blood Specific FAVORITE REM- mencement of the above entitled suity :.
to Taunton to her sister's help. Mrs., "I heard nothing of it until this EDY to afford tone and strength to the system MERCHANTS Attachment in the Circuit Court, FourthJudicial '
Circuit, in and for the: Couhty"bf:
aud prevent the return of the disease,
Ormsby hail flHttla ones who all moment." Then-very low-with and Mr. Ellsworth remains this day in Nassau, Florida; and is notified toappearr ,.

succumbed turn, and kept Hester'shands down-bent head : And Lorette Tracy, the bloom of health. This gentleman's disease r plead or demur to the declaration filed 1
full as she glided from one bed- Janet, was that tale false too ?" was the offspring of foul blood, and therein, on or before the first Mondayiit {
side to another the Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY purifiedthe BANKS, ETC :March: next, or judgment by default wiUibe-: i
smoothing pillows Mrs. Ormsby laughed heartily. blood, and restored to him the power taken herein on behalf of Dexter Hunter,. 1'I)
under feverish little heads, or carrying Oh 1 Dora has been telling you the once more to enjoy his life. Are you suffer- the plaintiff above named. n:. :.v

cooling drinks to parched lips, or answering denouement of that story, has she? It ing from any disease traceable to the same -"" R. W. DAVIS, !
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II. J. f
BAKER. :
cause? Try Favorite Your
Remedy. drug-
from fractious
appeals conva- seems her engagement was all a fabri- gist has it. ONE DOLLAR a bottle. Bear Attorneys,for Plaintiff, I I
lescents. cation. .. -AL8O- .... Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 28, 1884.: l-3ni i
Janet Ingenious, wasn't it|? She in T>... mind n the. ....T'proprietor's Tn .. name. and. _address_ _. : \,' >. LJ.. };
was a motherly sort of body, would never have been found out, ur. uavia .A.iwi\.ftux: IN. i. -

with no conception of any world be- either, if her supposed fiance had not To Keep the Blood Pure is the In the CircuitiConrt9. -.,- .- ,:" ,.
principal end of inventions and discoveriesin
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT r
yond her nursery, nor an idea that it come to life so opportunely Mac did medicine. To this object probably no one ,I.NASSAU' "
was possible for Hester to have any laugh when I told him about it. He has contributed more signally than Dr. Da- COUNTY\ OIiID.\. {

interests beyond a brew of blackcurrant rather admired Mrs. vid Kennedy of Roundout, :N. Y., in the MVSIC I MAGAZINE NEW PAPBM DAVID WILSON and EBEN"r| f
always Tracy. of HUNTING, doing business .
tea the production a medicine which has become I :, t j
or spreading of a linseedpoultice. Now, Hester, help me to think. HadI famous until the title of the hFavorite Remedy as WILSON & HUNTING, .AUachlll I < .>.>.... #
At times Hester scarcely better order tapioca or sago for the. ," It removes all Impurities of the vs. I'Amount. $lro.(
thought so either. The clamoring little chicks likes best Blood, regulates the disordered Liver and JOHN II. llOY\TON, doing ,llol1 $;,400. t
todayt'JJysie
sago business under the '
-A'oID- name
Kidneys, cures Constipation, Dyspepsia and [ I
and the .
voices steam from bronchitis .
but Jack"Domestic- all diseases: and weaknesses peculiar to fe- and style of JOHN BOYNr| < : t r
kettles shut out bitter thoughts and details such as these, how- males. J. I.. HORSEY & Co., AGTS. TON'S SON. ., J '.
painful memories.: They faded into ever, had no power to invade the dream- WILL TAKE NOTICK \
the JEE.JODJO..6.LS: : DEFENDANTS of suit.in the above- I t
dim distance in face of the absorbing land where Hester was wandering this
for morning. She evaded the children, andas Fl.. AITSTIN, entitled cause by attachment issued pul;,of ;.
necessity that
Jack
seeing did
the Circuit Court h'ourtkrJudicial Circuit, t
she could hurried
Ml take cold, and that Mysie did take herself soon to as her joy where away she had by MANUFACTURER OF in and for the County Nassau, ant are t
nourishment. carry notified to in said, cause on before t
Those two the appear or
cost carried her the 1
sorrow-to lonely shore. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware the first Monday April next,or judgmentby :
mother and aunt many a wakeful night The purple sea was sparking and danc- BOUND in ALL STYLESAND default will be entered therein) : upon .failure h
of nursing, long after the robuster ing under the bluest of Devon skies; the on the parr of.aid defendant! to plead, P.t
AXD' DEALER IX
ones were safely convalescent. white foam was throwing a lace mantle answer or demur to the declarations'filedin 10
over the lower levels of the jagged rocks, said cause on or'before the first Monday t till
Perhaps it was no wonder that as and leaping over higher and higher to- ATREASONABLE- May;1885. ,0 '.'-. H: J. HAREnJ ;- "
the strain relaxed and the care-taking ward the white quartz pinnacles which PALOJ R I 0 1'FICVI E ndC04KST0S T ,_,-Attorney Plaintiff L ,

pew less arduous, Aunt Hester should crowned them. Nature with strange OliN A. EDWARDS, ,
:'''' "
droop had shed sunshine and bril- Clerk of the Circuit Court, : -
and lose her bright color. Al- sympathy a I
liance In and'.forJLhe County;,of Nassau;Fla- t
though Janet was: so comfortably unobservant over all the beautiful bay. Hester PRICES Fernandina', Fla':-..'Dec.. 27,; 1884=3mo. : !t
sat and contentedly .
well-wrapped, long -
she could not help noticing '-1-- ::7.l .' 1- ,.,: .:.- .::: '"- i-
It. Of under the shelter of a great brown III the jreuit; Court Fourth Ju- ;:
course: it was the want of sleep ironstone giant looking out on the
and the warm rooms. Hester was alWays sparking waters, till a shadow fell upon : ;..h".;_:., : "... '. ,-. -. .,. .':.: ..' Florida,,.In -Chancery. _..-* .

such a one for air. She must the book lying so uselessly open on her LOVIE- EUGENIA. BUTTON,} <<
Come> with them to the seaside and recover lap.It : vsmVOtiCE' f;
was Colonel Ormsby's daily habit to DAVID HUNTER SUTTQ-.- :>-
tone.
So a week later found come and escort her home, and being

them all wandering over the sands at still but feeble, for her spirits were i: ON MQTION..OFTHECOMPLAINANTby her co'iinsef, 'John T. tt George W. I :!

uorthoe. an out-of-the-way corner of aweary, she had been glad of her kind .. Walker.itbein5 I ;( madc.to appear to my>sat- ;J
thl" world after Hester's own heart. brother-in-law's strong arm to help her is faction that the Judge of the Fourth Cir-
Long before up the cliff. But to-day a new courage US- SEND IN YOUR WORK.-a cuitfofFlofida is-disable'd; :]6y] illness to attendtothe _:
left this, people had quite braced her limbs. She looked up with a duties pf-hisolfice), and, on read- 1 t
off talking about the disaster in smile, one of her old smiles."I iris 'stied considering'"the .niB arid lie t
the Soudan. affidavit thereto.attached it is ordered that
The news was some can do without an arm Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. ; ..0 '- .'f: .-;.' :
\V ks word ;. :, 'a hearing: be had thafacts charged in the
hat j old now, and so many things Mac died, she her was beginning, but the ,H 9 iH-"n ,,;:: !':., ',;, ,<",0, 'c;" 'Vdul Bill on" the first-')[om1ay in May, 'I885rat
happened since. Only at Morthoe I on lips. COOKIXG UTEXSILS OF ALL KiDS, I. Cbainbers. "" _-. '*:' ,, _i*
a :5-i'i' and silent woman moved through The new-comer was even taller and "*' :.r 'THOMAS' F., KING,.Jtulge."JarfuarySti ._ .
broader than Mac. His mustachios ". "
die! : ; & -. <103tavCombUed
:|leI'.with all the hope crushed out of bristled fiercely, and he was bronzed by LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, '- =----=.. -. I '- :,;, '--rti.iJti :--
desert suns to the tint of an Arab chief.

"Foul' -l she only] have known for cer- Mac has sent a deputy to-day, Hester WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.DUI'EX GOOD.
'' that she had ," he said smilingly. She remained Si: R
I J" a right to weep 1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WLE
!t hut t"i one moment qralbot could dumb in trembling surprise, utterly un- WELLS A SPECIALTYTIN ,
able to. out welcome. -
even But
a
hw": .' hasp rIttAH: SECOllD-HAHD.
mo hack from the realms of
perhaps the light in her eyes spoke for
Nut. r,, tell her the truth-Was 'he her, for Talbot Guest threw himself AND IRON HOOFS PUT OX. :AlL KINDS or F MACHltjERY L PRICES

uer! H1! or that other's-Hester felt down beside her and seized her hands. for Tin Gutters promptly filled. I Orange. Bof'und'6hl.tte: :BIacbia
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'" BOTH IX STYLE !AND PJRICES. Eagle Gln ,.. "'" Virtu ,i t"'n. RetI8WAo &0
"ouM have borne it better.. A Oh, Hester! You at least might have Wind Mills for 'pumping water or running Ask for CntatneaerandPrieea-bernre Imytng.RANDLEOU6MGTACH'YCO .
\1.\1\ ; known me better!1" Then as still she light machinery promptly erected on order.
raypr"aging, which was almost a did not speak : Hester!I" very wistful- Church, Factory and School Bells for sale :; : ,
,
would come over her some- lyHester; have not changed !I" at a bargain. -
t'mes;, a Write for-Cstiloffae?afod faenticn this )
fore All goods delivered at the various transportation ( paper. i
vashed And in another moment her head .
b? the wild Atlantic lay Address . .._..
and ; his shoulder stations within the city free of ::_ ": "r- :
she on (they were so safely out '
Pied to would scarcely have been sur- of sight), 'and this bold wooer, whom charge. All sales for cash. ; ..,, ,:: --.FLORIDA. MIRROR, Spring: ami-Summer Clothing .:
Rho see the familiar form of him Lorette had claimed for her own, was CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. '..t.O'" -., At Nen1Yorl t-.. ,- .
had : -('
been her lover-:-yes, once J. holding.her against: his heart in ,a clasp Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. j} 1 I ; : : .t. '. FERNANDINA, FLA AT PAUL FUfKE:

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.THE: FLORIDA MIRROR'':: MARCH 14, 1885. ,

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3HE? .FLORIDA .MIRROR._ be called the leading interest of our; 'suits ',at*- "New Orleans\ had, been 'accomplished -. NOTICE. --

by the expenditure: of a. .NOTICE is hereby given that the fallowing described lands will be sold at
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR.. State.We the 6thday of April, at Fernandina, in the County of N pubr .
'" -.- have a soil and a,climate.'piecurliarly little more than million and a half thereof,will be necessary to pay the amounts due for taxes for the sa+h or :qj mac
.Subscription, 82 six 'months ..i.i i favorable for the cultivation of Philadelphia opposite the same"togeiher with_ costs'of sale and advertising year 188-1, herein set
per year. ,;- H -i, .- VM- "_ -. ,- -, I of dollars, ,while that at :
fruits and early vegetables. We can I I much:inferior in the'size of its w -=
.
!Office comer Centre and First streets,second floor "" ,.. '
: supply the,world with and extent of exhibits z = f ;.:
oranges ,buildings 'a4I.J the OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF L.-\ND. 8 x 0fA

RATES OF ADVERTISING. ,lemons at less cost of productionthan cost over seven" millions of dollars.If S !:= jl; I ::;
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for M u :IiAt
[1
other the Tribune chooses to jibe at
.:ech any accessible region.
subsequent insertion. ins, W. T................. -in :
All or (except 16 acres N 'E corner)_... 43 IZi5I
Special local notices 15 cents a line. We: can supply all the markets of the want of public spirit of the New Atkinson Geo............ All of.................................................. 40 2 4 X N 25 25 Ef E'' $ u
Reading notices 25 cents a line.Special the United _States with early vegeta- York people who will ,not give the { AU 0........ .......... .....-............................ 41 3 N 2a EI:; 439;. -
rate for time advertisements upon appli : [ I 03

efttion at the office.Communications. bles, and Florida may be made a money to make a 'pedestal for the & W'lkes.. { NOfNEl'SE10fN'El'10t,20f8W I, S of lot 1 of S 'V #.................. ...... 11 2 I IArmstrong I'

-, garden ,spot, teeming, with popula- statue of Liberty it. is welcome,to do ; j Lots 1, -". 3. 4, 8 9 and 10........................ .-)-, "- tiI26E..., u E' 323 230'
,
upon all matters of local inter- Lots 4,5,6 and 7....................................11 3 N'.5 E i :'
-eat solicited from all parts of the county and from tion and profitable industries.We so; but'ih'meaniles"s''must be deep- As described in a deed on record in book. ;! 303 5 85

long1.he lines of Florida railways. have already found that the seated indeed when it make Buzzed, J.................. { R," page 409, County Records........... l?;I 2 N,28, E!
'An communications intended for can so The same for 1883.................................. I s S"
publication business of fruit and vegetable pro- far-fetched: a fling at the Southwhichit. Bas uaiu. Chas...............Lot 2, block 40, Fernandina................... I : 114
should be addressed to the Editor; all business Bradley, Newton........... Lot 7, block 77. Fernandina.................... I B 5)
.Getters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. i duction is so large that it must be .misrepresents ,as much as it does : NE :} ofSjY:}, N 'V:1: or SE #......_...... 41\ 'i i X58

systematized in order to get the ben- 'the feelings of the people of the ; of.......................................... ......... 19, 1 18,2.3Ej 8124, Ei; 160'All ;
SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1885. Bryce, Geo. W............ { All or sectIOns 20. 29 and_.........................30t i 18,24, E :?5f\\},
efits of our, peculiar products.The North. N E 1. S 4 of S E I, N W !.......................,,35. 18'23 E! 400'
Fruit Exchange announces All of sections 25 and.................. ........ 36, 1 S,23E'12S01, '' F 94
:.MB. VAN WYCK'S RESOLUTION. THE RAILROAD -6RANT. r As described in a'deed on record in book : : 13

that its general purposes and objectsare In the debate Mr., Van Wyck's Baxter, Daniel.I ........... P," pages 341 and 348, County Records I'
Senator Van Wyck, of Nebraska, on 1. .. ........ ....................... ......... ..... 46 3 N'25' E,, 5
be in ,
.seems to be a counterpart of White understood to to arrange, resolution, ;Mr. Call is reported to of lot 7, block 45, Fernandma.: ........... : \
9
the most effective manner, for the have said Burney, 'Vn1..:.............. N E 1 of N E !...................................... 18' 2 X 25 E!' 40 8 60 13
of Kentucky. He has ( In
a great apti- the 8 E corner of the Pedro Pons.

:;tiide'in looking after the interests It of proper preparation market and The debt' of the original company was unpaid Booth, J F................. I grant, or as described in a deed on rec- I
for the speedy careful and cheap ,1, and tlie.[creditors sought by processes t ord in book "R," pages 2.9 and 230. i i
; '-the remote people of the United County Recorl-i. ........ ........................ I c 71 ..
and for the of law to prevent: sales of lands by the as Best Wm.................... Lot '.)
transportation judiciousand 1, block 21, Hi1liard......................... j I I
"States: and.is especially rabid on the signees. ,The 'construction of the road had Booth W. J.................. Lot .................................................... 2 N25 l 31
,;,-subject of land grants. His latest satisfactory marketing of oranges now been commenced and was continued ; Bachlot. J. R............ ( Lot 2.................................. -.1 3 4 N 23 EI SOl' 558
and other fruits and perishable pro- but in the meantime the had been 1 All of.................................................. 38 5r24J.: : : I!
t performance is the offering of a reso- country Clay, John L.............. .1{ All of........ ......... ...................................y4O 2 NX27E' I 640 S 86
tion in the extra session of the Sen- ducts. opened up and developed by two other companies 8 part of..........................................I 43'' 2 NI27 E.
We can well recall the crude without the aid of land grants. Lands Caldwell & Kmg........,... E I ofNE :}. E '! of8 E #.......................l35I 4 X:25 E 1 2001 65:
way worthless! when granted had come to be Connor. Jos.................. N E ofS 'V }........... ........................... l4 1 : 1 131
In-terior in which oranges were forwarded ten settlers Crane, 'Vm.................... N 'V 1 ofS 'V #....... ..............................,.,22 2 N'N2423E; 80 55.i
enormously valuable., Meantime, Capo, Miss...................., Lots 3, 4 and 6, block 2, Old'Fernan ina.\\ 40 715
>I the United States to take such action years ago, not packed, but put into had gone .upon",these lands. There was an Counts, J. C..................NEofNE #........................................ 7 2 S I 23E 3 ()IJ
barrels, tierces, soap boxes, starch impression that the Senate was too far removed r Lot in Callahan as described in a deed on 40; 8 S6
P, .as each may deem necessary to present from the people to listen to com- Cay, Ro, Jr., agent.:..... record in book "R," pages 55O'and 551,.
p any sale by the Atlantic and boxes, kegs and boxes made of split that and t County Records................................. 31'
palings without assorting without plaints it represented the property N 'V corner of Sanchez grant..................,.1 2 N 2JE !
",Gulf & West India Transit Company incorporated power without sympathy with Duffee Fred. J.............. Lot 24, block 8, Ft.rnandma...........,........ 350 i 1-152
': other claiming wrapping and without care in gath- the people, and he was anxious to disabusethe Dean, S. S..................... Lot 3. block 22, Hilliard......................... t: 4 2 40 56
; or by any company All of (except,8 'V 1))........... ................... ,
Of fruit made mind in this The settlers 3 X,24 E
ing. course our no public regard. Dyal, D..................... An .351 54GI
n : under them of the lands described { ofE 'Vatterman grant........:............. 38 u N 24E
appreciable impression on the mark upon these lands had been recognized in I l' EoS ElN'VlofSE1lotsland21:2 2N'4E 21 3533
in the act approved May 17, their rights. Now, an agent of this company Lot 10 block 17

s 1856, and entitled an act granting t. Afterwards, through packing- a Mr. Wailes,'of Washington, had un- .. Lot Lot29 7, block268 block 39 Fernandma ...............

public lands in alternate sections in .house establishments at and near dertaken to expose'these lands fur sale at Dickinson, ,M.. S......... Lot 2,;block 269 J

4 Florida and Alabama to aid in the Palatka, system began to be intro- public! auction, to _sell the improvements, Lot 9, block 7, Old Fernandina............... .
duced the of careful hand- the orange groves of the settlers and the Lots2,3and4EofS EofNE.31 2N25E 5171
'construction of certain railroads in necessity settlers. had been deprived of their rights as All of.................................................. 11 1 N 24E 640145 70
ling and packing was recognized a I6'; '' Subdivision A of lot 3, block 244. being.
Drummond Prince....
i.;$aid States, so far as tKe same lie far as an'act of' sale could deprive them. { part of.............................................. 22'i 3 N 28 E 559Eubanks
f within the line of said railroads between standard box was introduced, box This was done'without the authority of law. Eliza.......... { Lots 5 and 12. N ofN W'#, N 'V 1 of N j
materials were contracted for assort- It was prbper'tliat 'Congress should preventthis. E 1..................................................... 21 4 N 24E 172 i 3 M
Waldo and Tampa Bay, until .. Errickson Iartin.......... S 'V :1: f.N.V }........:............................ 22 2 N 24 E 40 190
into sizes and < ( f. Freeman C...................
ing wrapping beganto ? 'V of lot 13, block 33, Fer 1andiua........ I
shall 493
'Congress have: authorized the The Secretary the Interior advised this Faulk, Jane................. 'I
,be deemed until ; W ii ofS 'V:1: ofSV:1: ofS 'V !.............. 34 4 N 24;E 5 190
.-.same. important, now company thatlfi i ; tad no'title to the lands, Ford, Mrs. Iary........... ...... ......................................................14 2 N 24E 40 256
f the system of handling is well settled. yet the sale had.gone.on ,and; the settlers Gust. Allen.................. S E:1: ofS E ::1........................................ 29 3 N 25E 40 505
This is
;, a very queer resolution, byvhich ISW ofSWSEofSE i...................................... 3 1 N 25 E 40
'W ? the Senate sitting only in But we have no system of market- were alarmedj land was granted while #......................................... 41N25E 40
ing our fruit. We ship it at randomto Yulee was a..raeniber of the Senate, and, at Gardner E. A.. est. of..j E ofN E #.......................................... 9 1 N 25 40
.: t :special: session ar.d not for legisla- the same time'president and principal stock- Woof NVT 1.......................:............... lOIN 25 EI) 40

live' purposes, is asked to undertake know consignees of whom of their oftentimeswe holder of,the'company. The road was built Green, Philip J.............l. In Lot S 4..9 corner ..................................... 2 3 2 N N 26 27E E 60 j9 6 4 40 j6
'( direct nothing 'capacityto : entirely frotn'ttie proceeds of'the land sales Chas_.................. ................. ..
P Jto( executive office as to their Gany, Lot 4.. ....... .........................7 4 N 25 E 51l61
duties resolution do the business or of their busi- and without.any outlay of private means.It Lot 2 ofS 'V I, E of8 'V.l................... 8 1 S23E 'l.U
of
by a the Senate
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..mlane. The executive officers have ness standing; our fruit is subject fo' was"tbe'dutypfthe K c:Ggvernynent.to. investigate ,,". ,f';< ,' I, sj E. f.S\V#.........:,.,..S"WofSES'EofN...............................':............. 34 2 N. 2S E 160
delays rough Handling the suI jecl. Lots 6, 7,8and10NWofSE: 1-......... 4'1N23E 2-10
; improper
Sj r.'their duties designated, and are not, We dui n'ardty ,suppose the reportto '. Lots 2 and 3........................................... 28 2 N 23 E
have storage on board ship, close, unven- : SEofNE ::1. ...... ............................: .33 2N23E 120
1 we always supposed, officers of be correct it certainly does not I SWofNE: #..................................... 5 2N231: 40
the Senate be tilated cars or care without protection Green & Connor......... { 'V of S E and ........
to instructed as to conform to the known facts in rela- N E 1, 1, lots'2, 3 4. 27 2 N 23 E 470
u against cold weather. We send NEofSE #............"............. ............33 2N23ENEofSWNWofNE
their duties by simple resolutions of tion to the history this railroad, I #: SEoI

*:he Senate acting alone. to a market already well supplied! incon NWLNWofNW #......................... 3 1N23F 201 I
r or to people who are not in the line and the statements are entirely I 1V4ofSWSEofSE ::1.................... 3 2N23E :
.l 1 Section 2,249 of Statutes at Large sistent. SEofSELNEofSE: 1-................ 4 2N23E
.of'the United of business, or who, having no capi- l NWofNEI..7 2N23E 240
I1 *< States ,
provides that We learn that the debt which is N of lot 8................................... ......... 5 1 N 23E 24 2i
"where lands have been, or may here- tal or experience, sacrifice the fruit referred to is of no great amount andis Hunt, W. F.................. S E:1: ofSV #....................................... 28 1N24E l00i 231 256S ;
and depress the market. II Henderson Celia........ of lot 5............................................. 11 4N25E
; after be granted by any law of Congress not recognized, but is in litigation.The { NEof SE #.......................................1s 4NC)..)E 401 o-t .00
p We have learned how to J. S........ .......
': to one of the several states prepareour Higginbotham In S corner of the Christopher grant. 48 3 E 110 49:;
any fruit for market we now needto lands are said by Mr. Call to Haddock Paul C....... N of lot 4.................... ........................ 2 3 N,27 N,'25 E 40
n + : ::and territories, and where such law ; have been worthless when granted; { 8 W # of S W" #...................................... 35: 4 NI25 E 40 115
'' "does know how to properly market our Higginbotham,Arthur... SW ::1 of S E.7 E 677
P not convey the fee simple title fruit. but he says.,.that" the road;was built Higginbotham, C........... The Reuben Hogan grant...................... 3D 3 28,23, E 303 401 856
|:| -.of the lands as require patents to be from the proceeds of the Lots 3 and 4, block 3.............................. NI25 !
The Fruit Exchange is a sponta- entirely Higginbotham, E. M... { 8 of lots 1 and '2, block 3....................., I
issued therefor, the lists of such lands land sales," which is very inconsistent Lots 1 and 4, block 8, King's }'erry..1 21 77

4 which have been or hereafter be neous movement of the fruitgrowersto char- Higginbotham, :Mrs. E... Lots 3 and 4.......................................... 20 4. N 25 E'' 105r 519
may overcome the evils of the with ''the alleged valueless Higginbotham, W. F...... N \V:1: orN 'V #...... ......... ......................36 2 N 24E; 40'' 11394N21E
,--.certified by the commissioner of the present acter of the lands. He also says that !, Hughes, E......... ............ E or S 'V 1 of S 'V:1: of 8 'V ::1 ..............'34 5!,! 25//',
land office under want of system, and to put the Henderson, E. F., est. 0 Lots 17 and 18, block 269, Fernandina..... 116
w general the seal of of the although the road is building, the Hall, J. .......... AU of the Sable grant....... ......... ............ :' wi: 913
:uliis office, shall be regarded as conveying orange production State on a country has been opened up and developed Hardy, R. A.................. Lot 1.-... 3 4 N 23E; 4:2; 191!]
iT '... sure and reliable footing. Part of the Christopher grant lying on SE
'; the fee of all the lands
simple by two: other companies with- line of said grant, and bounded on ,
) '-''embraced in such lists that are of the With the heartyco-operation and out the aid of land What Higginbotham, A....... the Nand E by lands of E 'Varden...... 48 3 X 27 E; 63!
,> support of the fruit-growers it will grants. ............... ........................... .......1 3 N' C)6 E'' 33','
Eot.of
+ -character contemplated by such act
i two companies does he refer to? The EIofN'VlNElN'VlofSENE"M
s -.of we have no doubt, succeed, and accomplish .. ..... '
4 '- Congress, etc. much in the of improvement Florida Southern has the alternate Jones, Hamp................ 8 E 1 of S E #........................................17 2 N'25' E': 401, 4 21
. The Supreme Court of the United as way sections and 10,000 acres additional Johnson Dan'1.............. 'V of lot 2........................................... 25 2 N 25EI 126, 5 0j
F 'States in ,the marketing as has Johnson, Dan'1............_ N ofN E #..................... ..................... 22 2 N 24E i 80I 2 51))
! r' has decided that the land been achieved in the and the Florida Railway is. almost Johnson, T. W.....:........ N of 8 E 1-...........................................22 2 N 24E' 801 256
'.-grants to railroads pass to them when already way of the only that is building a Jones Harley............. { S 'V 1 of S \Y 1.......................................27 2 N 25 EI 40
preparing the fruit for market. company Lot 3............. ....................................... 26 3 N 25Ej; 40,, 4 26
they file the map of their line of road without a grant from the State Jones, J. Ham ........... { In the S W corner the S W # the NE
.roads so far as to vest the title in }......................:..................:..........30.2N25EC! 61 361!
k INTENSELY MEAN. of from 6,000 to 20,000. Joseph, J. E.................. S E 1 ofN E #......................................: 3 K 2GE; 40, 7 iJ
3 them in future. Undoubtedly the South has no S E corner of Pelot grant, or as described 133 ,
F Noticevto"City TaxPayers.I Jones, Mary L.........._{ decree chancery 'order' ,
Mr. Van Wyck's resolution is a more ungenerous foe than the New am now'ready to ,receive the city taxes -book final 229....... ..n.......................... 2 X 28 EI _I, 891
: k-brt1 um fulmen, a rabid railroad bark, York Tribune. In a recent issue it of 1884. Carl be found at my' office, next Keckley, J. B.................. KE 1.. S I............................................. 25 2 N 2460.! .! V!
door to Custo J.House, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. Lang, Dloses................{ As described in a deed on record in book. : ,
ly Avhich will: probably go, where-very says : m. every day, except' Sunday, until March h P," page 365:, County. Records............ 47 2'-)"Ej'1 jO I 4 27
much of his work goes into thin air. The Bartholdi Statue Committee feel depressed 4th, 1885, after which time the books will be ':Love.Samuel.............. I N I ?f subdivision A of lot 5, block 243,
that did not them closed, and all property that the taxes are being a part of.................. ................. 23 3 N 28 Ej' -140
1 the effect of such action, if any was Congress give not paid on at that date will be advertised, .J.ongworth, E............... Lot 1-, block 17, Old Fernandma.: ............. I 913
:bad under it would be to $100,000 for the pedestal fund ; but they as provided by statute. Lang, l\Irs. C................. E I ofN 'V #. S W #............................... 8 1 143,,; 5'Subdivision 1
prevent have nobly resolved to continue their work C. J. WESTBEEG. Lancaster, F. W......... { B of Lot 3, block 44:1. being 8123E' ,
'' the: completion of the Peninsular until the statue has a place to stand on, if City Tax Collector of Fernandina, Fla.I a part of..................................:........... 22 3 E 600
L It takes all "'Menzies, James............. Lot 25. block S, Fernandina.................... Nj28 I' 440
portion of the road into South Florirfda summer. From present ap-: McIntosh, J. A.......... { S E 1, N E ofS 'V 1-........................... 33 3 Nj24 E
! and delay the construction of pearances it will at least take that length :of FAIRMOUNT N of N E 1....;..................................... 4 2 N4, E 3001 10 57
time. Although the committee are grieved, Motes. rrs. H............... N'VT } of S E 1. lot 3.............................. 19 1 S 23E 89.! 6 6.5
-roads more necessary to the people there are not a few who Con- A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, Mooney. J.H................. Lot 25, block 3, Fernandina.............. .... 665
persons think March Mrs. E. J-.......... Lots 2, 3,4 and 6.block 5, Old Fern ndma: 94//)
.. :*: >f that section. gress did quite right in not granting an appropriation MOUNT EAGLE TENN. Meddaugh, J. E.............. N E } of J. D. Uaugban Er ,5 00'. 3 83
The resolution is ill-drawn, incomplete for the fund ; yet it must be ad- ON THE CUMBERLAND INEEofSESW grallt.a,2, NIZI

.- and attack mitted that if the sum asked for had been SITUATED Plateau, near the Universityof r ofNWofSE }...................:..........3012N25E, 3Of
t a poor on the allowed the would at least know the South, at an elevation of 2,000 feet As described in a deed on record in book
interests of our State. country above the sea. Combines the advantages of "R." page 353. County Records_.........302N125E
how it was spent-which is more than can health and recreation. Vacations in the I Lot in Callahan...................................... 30 2N25E tl
be said for the million or so given to the winter. Terms moderate. Send for circularto W&ofSW l.... .."....................."........241N24E :801,
THE FRUIT EXCHANGE. of the New Orleans Exposition. SILAS :McBEE Moore,'J. N............... N'iofSW .s.EWSEofSE25 2N23E I ;,
managers Principal, .1 N 1. ofSE #........................................... 35 iS3 E !
The'action of the Fruit-Growers as The Tribune would, undoubtedly, Mount Eagle, Tenn. All.of................................................... 36 1 S,23 I, E 638,
; ':assembled at Jacksonville on the I take the first prize for intense mean- References-G. R.Fairbanks,Fernandina ; I Lot 8................:.................................... 29 2 N 125 E 601
Dr. Hy. Robinson, Jacksonville ; Rev. N. AU of the Griffith grant................... ...... 38 2 N 3O"tI ;;
-llth-inst, the proceedings of whichTwepublish ness at the New Orleans or any other Harris, Jacksonville. I All of the Griffith grant_........................3G 2 N123 E &40'
be i It -. AU of the Griffith grant.........;............... 8 1 NI23 E 640' ...,
", promises to of'very exposition. was shown in the debate Silks, Satins and Laces. I. N of................................................... 6 1 3r' 't.;. 43
j;:great importance to what may well in Congress that the great re- : AT PAUL FUNKE'S. Morrison. Miss.J.. ........... :Lot 15. block 30, Fernandina.................... -J"4 Et. I. 116
Myers Prince............... 361
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OWNER. DESCRIPTION.. 2; oH. 13 p This evening; at '
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3lcFarland E................ E k of lot 8. block 52. Fernandina.......... 4 93 Fancy Goods and Parasols. MODE: : : ::
E ors 'V !. lots 1 and 2....................... 1 2 N 24E 584 AT PAUL: Fuze z's. aac: .
EW'ofNWSE 1 of N W 1, N ..
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ofSWSEofSW, 1.....................12.2N24E 5643tiddlings Fresh Sauerkraut .
Purifier of fractional:................................... 36 3 N 24 E 560 'At.JACOB KLAREB'S, CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT
of fractional................................... 6 2 N 25 E Cor. .Sixth and Ash sts. .
eo-l.\U of fractional................................... 8 2 N 25 E 1170 '
of fractional..............?.:... .............. 32 3 N 25 E .612 48 06 Bleached, Cotton. Have- just received an entire ,new stock in from the
:M8Xwell, C. D............... Lots 33 and 34, block 2. Fernandina........ 3 90 J':'& T. KYDD are-now selling a yard-wide every department,
Lots I, 2 and 3....................................... 5 2 N 23 E ::126". Bleached Cotton fine and soft finish, at the Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash purchases :
An of fractional.;................................. 8 2 N 23 E 11 f. low price of 7 cents a yard. All standard -':, .
'I S W ofNE !, lots 1. 2. 3 and 4............. 9 2 N 23 E .239 brands as low as can be bought anywhere. enables us to offer our entire stock at such low
E nf S E I, E of N 'V 1..................... 27 2 N 23E 160 : \
Lot 1..4.-.........28 2N23E 38 iEofNENWofNE
1. Ei ofN. New Advertisements FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION.We
::1 WI, N 'V 1 ofNV 1. N E 1 of S WI, .
N E 1 of lot 3..................................... 10 2 N 23 E 324 3 :!. c L__ .
Lynch, John............. Lot 4........... .........................................11 2 N 23 E 20 o->Is.:: :. .'A...IJc .....
SWofNE.Sot N W'}. 'V of S C'O' (I) g.0 .... have endeavored to select the
E }. NE 1 of S 'V i..........;................. 12 2 N 23E 240 ''00--' ;:: C '"' .
NNiofSESWofSE LNoS -::; t=

I R' }... ......:.................. ....:........... 13 2 N 23 E 1 527 ...-.._c--. ) ; '": % 0
NEN EofSEN7zofSWLInt214 2N23E 334 :-s:s -::s 2:0:S Hoa UJ: Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, I
8 Hof lot 1. lot 2. N 'V 1 of NW 1, E -0= TJJUJJQI' -A tt:
l ofSELS1%' 1 ofS 'V 1........................15 2 N 23E 279 ,TTJ a: fD 3 i c "3p ..
An of fractional................................... 21 2 N 23 E 5 19 4 8r !:.. :> = "' ...,tj; and all ask is to call and for
) .. .. .. 7 2 N 25 E 320N ) ;; =-::::; we give us a price yourselves, and see the
r 1V } f.8.E } "cf; N E }, being i two lots -s :c:;:-,"ryCb=,">UJO

I in Callahan........................................ 30 2 N 25 E 10lona O= '3 (CI'J; ;) "I'=,
' O'D IJ, C and E..... As described a deed on record in hook "00' .3:.. ....."'=.,.-::.;" .:...,%-'f j.
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Eli0fNEof ord.; i: 30 2 N 25 EI 4 I'o...;.) '. i i: "Q='">:tI::..eto IMMENSEJBARCAINS

............. N'E,10ts7and8inCalO'Donald ; .' <
,J... {. I lahan ................................................ 30 2 N 28 E 96 22 58 4Mcc::! tI:'-= ::::; tI::: F: 1z
Parker, B. C......... ........ NEnfSW }... ..... .............11 3N24E 40 663 tI:
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Lot 2. 'V ; ofN 'V 1 of.SEE ofN E oo*O 'r.C.1-3
be had in Fernandina at the establishment of
Pickett, IL C..............{ i of S 'V 1-........................................32 2 N 25 E 49 3E.3g.52Bre = .11
S E 1 of............................................... 49 2 N 25 E 100 10 44 i 0--g ::s -3ot:1. : r1
As described in a deed on record in book '< t (JQ ;;-RhCD :1d

'.i! Palmetto ler Company Palm..d....Pa-.....{ -part pages of the-E .1 County of lot 4_Records...........,..being.........43 3 N2SE Ii 14 38 _UJ _=-o;c'. >Cp. t tp + 4' MODE BROTHERS :dIN I

Lot 12. block 9......................,................ (I) tArr a P tj ,
P,0UI Geo. S.............. { Lot 25. block 16..................................... gox(Io'w
Lot 18 block 6, Fernandina.................... 34 00 : ?" B trj.oP i

R;a t c I'ff.'IT, B............. { All of (except 20 acres in N..'V corner... ...... 38 3N26E 460 23 96 -<,.igia: Q .
and SE 1))...;............. ...... ...... = (JQ Q t2;
Rome, Peter J............... N \V 1 of N 'V }....................................16 2 N 25 E 40 3 61 E.t= < = ... DRY GOODS ;
l'.edmond, Robt............. Lot 1 and 2. block 23, Hilliard............... 4 26 o::S". :: TJJ'J. FANCY GOODS t 1
Surrency. J. R............... S \ "I of N 'V}...:.................................. 16 .2440 6 25 52 ?UJ >hiJQ 4'
Smith, II. R........ ......... N 1 of S 'V }.......................................... 14 2 N 24 E 80 2 56 (: -I) (I) '
Smith, J. \V.................. Lot 6. block 76, Fernandina.................... 4 14 -'% Q:: 'cc"oZi 0 GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. J I
.SWofNES 'VofNW }.............. 14 4N24E 80 .n, 3: (.p I.:,) -S'P H
Swearingen, R. W...... { 'V li of N"V 1. S 1 of S E 1 of N'V 1, WofSWLN ::s.tr.r:=:'-.;,) '. ... .
.,......16 4N24E 200 1018B 0 w .5
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deed record in book .,: Boots Shoes Curtains Floor Oil Cloths.
As described in a on Rugs
Sweanngen, B. ........ { ., R'" page 235. County Records_......... 38 2 N 27 E 190 : 80 -::s Z.c"0'._=. _.UJ.r......... CL'p ,

Smith,Jsmes................. Block 16, Hilliard.................:................ 93 :. = 'AJ.: :-:..>., .q
Sutton, II..................... ST E corner of lot 3................................. 7 4 N 25 E 2 4 93T j. ;: mp WE HAVE i
)son,John................. N \V corner of....................................... 40 1 N 25E 163 4 93 :: UJ = t:1: 00 JUST RECEIVED II.
\V oiS El.......................................... 24. 1 S 24 E 474 5' '?-Z .
'V 1 of N E 1, fractional S E 1...........,..? 9 1 N 25E 626
All of Sections 8,17,18 and.................... 30 1 N 25 E 2580 R. W. CAMPBELLREALESTTEAGENT, I 100 PIECES MATTINGlS: i !'
Ta1liaferro, J. P.......... N i S 'V.I. N i ofSE 1, S W 1 of S E 1... ,4 1 N 25 E 591
EEofNWNWofNWSW201N25E 600 WHICH' 1 1.J

NW.S\VN E }..............................16 1N25E 480 WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS.
'V 1, S E !............................................. 24 1 N 24 E 480 25 88 Waldo, Florida. .
Vanzant, J. A............... E l of (except 40 acres i in N E'corner).....19 3 N 26 E 215 8 20 -. f
Whitemore, S. I'............ S'V portion of J. D. Vaughan grant...... 38 2 N 27 E 8.5 4 40 LANDS
'Yilson, Nat................. S E of S E }........................................ 17 2 N 25E 40 4 53 BOUGHT AND SOLD. MODE BUG'S lit

W1d S, Marion............ { 20 in acres S E in}..the......N...Wcorner..............,..and......160......acres....... 38 3 N 2G E 180 4 79 I Lands Taxes Located' ,
'Piiid..andTitles
Williams, Peter.............. Lots 10 and 11. block 27, Fernandina..... 10 96 FERNANDINA. FLORIDA, i
Wilson,T. L................. N of lot 2, block 81, Fernandina........... 4 00 Examined.
Wideman J...................Lot 15. block 25, Fernandina.................. 3 35 Many bargains are offered, and all persons f
Washington. Jos............ S i ofB 'V 1. lots 12 and. 13.....................11 4 N 24 E 80 3 61 desiring to, locate. in.,F.jqrida will find it to .
'ingateV.. 'V}................................................... 34 3 N 24 E 160 6 90 their interest to call; upon or communicate ; t
11..N. of...................................................16 3 N 26 E 420 with me. .'. 3-tf ..
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\, .ld!!, C .1V part of the S ristnpher grant........... 48 3 N 27 E 540 31"18 t. ; ... l

.C. C............ J As..described in a deed on recoil in' book .r. SEWING' MACHINES : :
R"illiams: P," 644. Count Records...........16 2 N 28E 840 15 43 : "
Williams. Daniel........... hot 5. bfock 58. Hi11iaro.......................... 2 95 ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES = f
Unknown...................../Lots 9 and 24. block 2. Fernandina......:.. 5 58 PAUL YUNKIESDRY
..................... Lots 2, 3. 4. 30 and 31, block 5, Fcrnandi 3 68 For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices f '
..................... Lot 26, block 14, Fernandina................. 4 54 -f
...................../Lots 8 and 9, block 17. Fernandina......... 8 60 -ALSqATTA"H"ENT8 I;
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..................... Lots 1, .13,14,15, 16, block 19, Fernan- 4 54 of every description, and f I f 4 t- ( f J ( I t- + t If t f '

.....................' c lna% .................................................. for any Sewing Machine, t tI
.. .....................,'V' 4 of lot 8, block 52_........................... 7 16 for sale. I
.c .....................1 Lot 11. block 5. Old Fernandina.............. 1 64 i GOODS EMPORIUM I 1
., .....................''Lot 5. block 11 Old Fernandina.............. 1 52 ;55* Old Machines repaired at moderate i
..................... N afNW1.WkofSESEofNE prices. .!
......... ........... 1. SEIofNW }..............................22, 2N24E 220 414u HENRY HOBEIN, I 1!:
.....................S4ofS1 1, NafSW }................. 2.2NT -6E 120 283 Corner Third and Ash Streets, +++++( +I+'++++I +++' ++' ++++++T+ ++++++++++++++++++++++++ -!
.................... \,All of................................................... 19 2 N 2.5E 595 9 00 8 Fernandina. Fla. .
? .....................I.I Lots 2 acid 3.......................................... 13 2 N 27 E 95 2 56 :
to .....................:Lots 2 and 3 for 1883............................... 2 56 CENTRE STREET,Two DOORS FROM SECOND, 1:1
.c ..................... Lot 2.....................................................18! 2 N 28 E I R4 256W 40 1885 I'

F. SCOTT, Collector of Revenue.
Fernandina, Fla., March 14, 1885. Rose Leaf,Fine Cat FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. .. II

Navy Clippings i .f"1!;
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AND RETAIL. and Snuffs S GRA DmOSPBING I OPENING; ll u.. i t!.,

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._y. ag?'tNq I WILL PAY $2.50 PER DAYTo FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc.

all who work for me at home. To many I can

..STEADY EMPLOYMENT.afford to pay more.Light, Pleasant Work. HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS

\r T.t hN m -E r de..csI SEND POSTAL CARD TO W. W. RIDOUT, LOUISVILLEfKv. !, I.SILE I.

'I ADVERTISERS should address AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF -
INTENDING

-U JI af4z$1E1 ; GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,

IiL- I 10 Spruce Street.New" York City, PARASOLS, GLOVES AND MITTS, XhM1 B UnG BDGmGS, r I. :

rz FOR. SELECT LIST OF 1,000 NEWSPAPERS.PROCLAMATION. .
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MAYOR'S OFFICE,
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1 ..,.,.;.. FERNANDINA, FLA., March 4,1885. JAN '
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One Mayor, SPRING CLOTHING,
One City Clerk,

One Marshal,. ... .
A. B. NOYES One Collector, BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS
One Assessor, ,
One Treasurer, and
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DEALER INFAlIILY Five Aldermen.The ,
polling place foe the First Precinct TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. :
SUPPLIES GROCERIES will be the City Council chamber and the
.. following named persons are appointed In- '

Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, spectors don and Election John W. Howell.: G. Starke, John Gor- = SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS I.

The polling place for the Second Precinct ,
FURNITURE will be C. J. Westberg's store, and the fol-,
STOVES, PAINTS, lowing named persons are appointed In-
spectors of ,Election : Theodosia Acosta, -BY-
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE Romeo Denegal and Robert McDonald.The .

polls will be opened at 8 o'clock a. m. ,PAUL FUNKE. ,
and closed at 6 o'clock p. m. .. I
Prices Low as the Lowest. By order of the Mayor. .. -.;,' i
.. W. H,-POPE, Mayor. : '.:t.
N: E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fernandina, Fla. Attest: EMU 0. FRIEND,City Clerk. -' -,

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I GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. I Assesstor of lares-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. I ._ HOLMES.

, County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. I I Collecor of Revenue"-W. F., Trantham, County Judge-M. Solomons.. S County Judge-A. H. Brownell

United States Officers.LAND Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-W. W. Jeter. Clerk-T. H. Pitman.

OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of. -Schools-M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford.S I Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
Assessor of' Taxes-A. J. W Cobb,, San- Fort McCoy. 'Treasurer-J. E. Roberts.. I Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
L. Barnes Gainesville.
A.
-Register derson. -; MONROE COUNTY. :Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Shuler.' Collector of RevenueWilliam Tucker
Receiver John F. Rollins Gainesville. r
Martin Talla- Collector of'Relentu-J.-R. Herndon, San- County vTutfye-Cbas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Vfm. E. Shuler. t Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton
Suroeyor-General-Malachi derson. Clerk West. Schools DT.:T.H.
Jiassee. -PetertT; Knight, Key Superintendent of -SupenntendentofSchools-Vtiliitnell I' Curry.
Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George Demerritt; Key West. ESCAMBIA. WASHINGTON.

DISTRICT COURT. .Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes_-Walter C. Maioney, Jr., '
Shackelford..
Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Judge-N. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones.
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Clerk E. dE.:la Rua, Clerk-J.E.
Skipper.
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Mzrsltal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville Collector Ret.'enueMason S. Moreno, .
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. of S '
W..H. Hutchinson: / Sheriff E. P. Melvin.
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,Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.., Clerk-Henry F. :York, Lake Butler. Key, West. -V i: > ,Sheriff Treasurer-J. S. Leon a rd. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.

INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key Collector of Revenue-"Manuel Palmes. Collector of RevenueJohn Roche.

Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Assessor_of Taxes-George Reese: : Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt.WALTON. Superintendent of Schools-D. II. Horn
Collector of ,Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan '
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John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. CALHOCN.

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

I BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
A. nandina. v Treasurer-James S. Bowers. I Treasurer J.,P. Richards.
County Judge-James McCrory, City .
State Officers. :
Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer Collector of Rl"r'enue-. B. McLeod. Collector of Ret'enue-Joel P. Atkins:

Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes John :M. Bush.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. Cj Douglas. Superintendent of Schools-\\ (;. Cox well.

Gooernor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. :Moses, Georgian botham, Callahan. -
Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel na. County Treasuree Gust&v Stark, Fernan- .

Key,West. Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig. Bre- dina. TIECIEWOOTOlSr CELEBRATED
State-John 1... Crawford Tal-
Secretary of vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

lahassee.ComptroUer-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.TreasurerHenryA. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J.M; Beggs, Orlando.. DESKS.
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Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando.
Tallahassee.
L'Engle,
:. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. SLine, Orlando.
P. Raney Talla-
hassee.AUomey-General-George County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-:-Jame& M: Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT: OFFICEPPLLXCES
Reid, Fla.Collector.
Park.
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White.
Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring., of Revenue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. s!

Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. .
,: Superintendent of Springs. Superintendent Schools-John T. Beeks,
I Foster, Tallahassee. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
: Adjutant-General=J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-:'T. J. Branning. Fort Reid.
:1 Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY. ,
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BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. p Q THEM.

1 Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas' Middleburg. Clerk-W.. F. Forward, Palatka. '

see. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shally. \-MNl\-M\

i Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
,I Special Agent-Columbus Drew', Astor Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. No. 8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of ordinary-

Building, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City.. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. construction when, for slight
:! SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland.
. Chief Justice- :M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. y additional cost you can have

; Associate J tir"e-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of. Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improvemeets

see. Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. ? Awkward closets and

I'; Associate Ju.stice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. -S.. S' SSS"SS : side drawers done away with

... Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent Schools-T., J. Faulkner '' : We substitute
; Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. 'sonville. Pefl')". revolving cases,

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

Y.I" E. Maxwell Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. j e '" touch of the hand, and are
Oircr
First ,
, saco I a. Augustus _Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor Collector of of Tares-R.Revenue-J.L. B.Henderson.Hardee, Perry. thus enabled to furnish double

r I Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahassee. sonville.- i the space generally given on
Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown,
ST. JOHN: .COUNTY.
each side and when
; cases
are
,, Third Fourth Circuit Circuit--E.James J. Vann M. ,Baker Madison., Jackson-_ Jacksonville.'Superintendent of Schools-Albert. J. Rus- County Judge)[. .!t. Cooper, St. Augus- i -- _- open, the whole interior is

sell Jacksonville. tine.ClerkBartolo -- flooded with light and all
r ville. F. Qliveros, St. Augustine. -
J .' Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. SheriffRamon Hernandez, St. Augustine Xo. 14 Low Down Roll Top portions readily reached without -

:, ville. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to
i Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. )I. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine.
the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to of desks.
G a great variety
} Sanford
Seventh Circuit -W. Archer Cock" Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,

r i4 Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

Cc urt Calendar. Coller.toroj Rtt'C1lue-'V. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of ,Schools-C.. F. Perpall, THIS:: "WOOTOZET
,0( Columbia County.SuperintC1ldent St. Augustine.
( FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed, _

E T Fall Term- Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. .... Cabinet Office Secretary.
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leosburg, -
. Walton, 4th :Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
f Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. q

" in October. ville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. ---g EH,
Brooksville. .fir, The most spacious and elegant desk ever
presented
Clerk-J. C. Law, ,
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-.Joseph Hutchinson,
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Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. to the business public. One hundred and
in October.Jackson. Sumterville.
!"r J 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

J31 October. ville. ston, Sumterville. y +.-- 3 t ;' '_ lrr one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants
RerC1lue-F.M.Hedich Brooks-
Collector of ,
in December.This .
Escambia, 1st Monday
SUWANEE COUNTY. Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials
. ville. FH w
act amended section 2 of act of February Q
10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A.M. C. Russell, County Judge-M': M. Blackburn, Live ., and Professional Men generally.

$ Term. Fort Dade. Oak.ClerkRobert
Spring
A. Reid, Live Oak.
COUNTY.
' CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH
ft 4 THIRD
Sheriff John'RrSessfons: ; Live Oak.
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Spring Term County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G;,W.Umsted,Welborn. Wo o 1 c Ji abinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
after 1st in
1st Monday
Tuesday
Taylor, Clerk-Wm.- C. Brown, Tampa.
Collector, of Reve1 Wilson H. Sessions
April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK :MANUFACTURING CO.
1' Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor ,
of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa.
Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones
. : Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector "of Revenue-Warren A. Givens,
. :I' ; Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A. II
VOLUSIA COUNTY.
in April. of Schools-W.P. Henderson
i 3 Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge- James H. Chandler, Enter-
:AU rk Al'lll.A M ilI JEFFERSON. prise. I SEWINGMACHINES..

w Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. C'lerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. I .
Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. ,
April.
T. B. Simkins Monticello. ,
..j s Sheriff Assessor Taxes-S. D. Glen
+ Fall Term- of Hodges,
Bird Monticello.
Clerk W. C.
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; }! Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in ScltOols-'V. R. Taylor Cove. 1RUN1EWfl
Superintendent of ,
., Collector Retenue-P. N. Glen ,,
,4 October. Monticello. 'I' of Bryan, \ ,, ; :-.: '-'" ." '
Madison 2d Monday in October. Cove.
County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, :Mon-
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, '

Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Collector of Rcr.'enue-J. H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise.
October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

October. keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood.Crawfordville.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA

N in October. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy.Sheri Superintendent of Schools-E.' Y. Watts,
FOURTH CIRCUIT Crawfordville.
J. J. Johnson Old Town. j IMPROVEMENT COMPANY;
Spring Term- Treasurer Vf. W. Walker Craw- TOWN
County ,
Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin New Troy. I"
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St. Johns 2d Tuesday in March. fordville. I

Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. Collector of Revenue-R. C. :McMillan,Craw- Fernandina, :
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville.
t Jjiaker, 2d Tuesday in April. County' Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New i Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- Towns on R. R. Line
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. aC Ifs
Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
w' Duval, 1st Tuesday in May._ SANTA ROSA. And =edar Key.
Old.Town.
1 Fall Term-
:'j I St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Assessor of ,Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain..
Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert
New Troy.
4th Tuesday in September. Robinson.
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
Collector Rnenue-'V. J. Williams.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.. Assessor of of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large r
.' 3d in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley Tallahassee.
Nassau, Tuesday ,
Schools-David Tinner.
;, Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of number of the most eligible and desirable

FIFTII CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, POLK. I 1"i1"i: "

' Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for -
Treasurer-J.'L. Demilly Tallahassee. "
Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Clerk-S. J. Pearce -
;, Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff'V.M.: Bowen City or Suburban Residences,

t Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th :Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville.
March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of.Revenue D. Filles. UPON EASY "
.TERMS. "
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Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th :Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H.Johnson. IIiS
I March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P.-R.'McCrary.DADE. .
C'lcrk-J. M.; Barco Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
ti Alachua,.4th Mondayafter4th Monday in ,j
March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. I II
9 : County Judge Alien E.-Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. :2Si
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of. Rcrenue-TI. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. :
l\arion,3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Wm. )[. Mattaur.Treasurer rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

, Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Se/wols-J. B. Menden- -J.Wm. Ewan. .

s. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Ret'enuc-'Ym. H. Benest.. erty purchased substantial improvements I
Assessor Taxes Wm. H. Benest.
after 4th inNo'ember. of -
Ali lma, 1st Monday Tuesday MADISON COUNTY.
for residence, or in which to conduct their
County Judge-R. M. 'Vithenpoonadi- JACKSON.

SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. business. I IGULAfP \.
Spring Term- Sheriff S. A. Parrimore Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. "fECT R

Orange, 4th Monday in January. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS i r' Pr'IN NEVER
3d in
Volusia, Monday February. Superintendent of Schooh-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. H am. I EVER
Brevard,1st Monday in March. :Madison. Collector of Relemie-John B. Anderson. OUT or ORDER.
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in by exemption for a term of years from
Dade, 3d Monday April. Assessor Taxes W. B. .
County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. of Wynn. I -
Fall Term- Collector of Ret't'llUeD.. Wadsworth Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin.
Orange, 2d Monday in August. ,. Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and NtwlI iiI

Volusia, 2d Monday September. FR.VXKLIN. MAC E .
Assessor of Taxes-\\ P. Thompson, Mad- towns. Apply to !
Brevard. 4th Monday in September. G. Baker.
Robert
Countg Judge-
,ison. 1'30
Dade, 2<1 Monday in,November. Clerk-J. A.-Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS UNION SQUARE NEWYORKILL. .
MANATEE COUNTY.County I
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,FernandinaOffice
Judgc-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. S//eriff-S. A. Floyd. cor. Beach &.7th sts.: i.I c'\\CAQo OgANpF to\\.AN'/r
County ,Officers. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. MASS. GA-
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.
ALACIIUA. Sherij}-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. AssessorofTaxes Collector of Ret'emre-GeOJ1e F.J.Egbert.Superintendent : A..'Patton.. ., .. ', ', .' r.;.. ",.'.', j FOR SALE BY
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ville.County Judge Junius C. Gardner, Gaines ,towu.Afsessor, of Taxes. "". F. Parrish_, Braden- of Schools-Henry C.'Hicks.GADSDEN. ., .' I JAMES McGIFFIX,

C'ferk-J. A. Carlisle,'Gainesville. Collector of Ret'cnue-Iarion- G. Carlton, i ,.' !.t" x.i-, ",.r': ,'. &i I ONTRACTOR, AND BUILDER.

Sheriff=S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. ti'J: C
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Assessor of Taxes-S. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry Reeves. : ;: > r
ville. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas'Mitchell. -'- ,. d Alachua Street between Second and Third,
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Demon MARION COUNTY. ,/< \ ; : -
Collector of Revenue-II. C. Gaines- TreaUrer-A. M. Smith. : ', FERNANDINA FLA.
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ville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marsliall, Ocala. Collector,of Ret"enue-R.:\1. Morgan. :-:_-" -:'.,':." ''_} '.',':";' ,jy'1 ;. .. '<;-'ll. : ';' "
Schools W. N. Sheats Clerk Robert Bullock Ocala. Assessor Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. ', : Orders and estimates from a distance. carefully -
Superintendent of of
-1"r". :'.' ,.' ,:,,_- owj"_ Gainesville. Sheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L.J!Allison., .',". <' ',':-#; $" > .-; :'..'"", attended to.

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 14 1885. !

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J & TARE :K-Y"OO DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. GOING NORTH. ST.. MARK'S BRANCH. i I I

Day Pas. M Pas. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.) [ I I

Leave Cedar Key... A'MPM 7.30 :Leave Tallahassee. ; ......................... 8.00a rr.. 1
NOW RECEIVING, WEEKLY, LARGE SHIPMENTS OF ESTABLISHED 1875. Leave Rosewood... 7.30 Arrive".akulla..m..m............. 9.05 a m \ !'

Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.02 8.30 8.10 Arrive St. )Iark's-........................ 9.30am *j.. :
-- Leave Bronson.. 8.55 :Leave St. Mark's-.......................10.00 a.m : i
Leave Archer 9.12 9.55 Arrive Waknlla-..........................10.25'a m S i
lJ/rmNEW SPRING e GOOD'SII\\\ II 9.43 10.30 Arrive Tallahassee......... .........
I/ II u DRUGS and MEDICINES Leave Palmer....................... 9.58 10.49 .11.30 a m :
I Leave Arredondo......;...........10.12 11.06 i
CONNECTIONS.At
Leave Gainesville.................10.36 11.36A. Jacksonville .
with Waycross Line for I
AT M. all points North and
East
Arrive Waldo...... .. ............11.18 12.30 dina & Jacksonville ; with the Fernan-
Short
Line for
Fernan-
.1 LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES. Leave Leave Waldo.Thurston...11.55. 2.30 2.00 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on *l
HORSEY & CO.PHARMACISTS ., the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. j
P.M. At Baldwin with :Florida
Transit & Pen- !
A LARGE LINE OF- Leave Starke.12.30 2.50
insular Division for Gainesville
I Leave Temple's....................12.35 2.58 nandina Cedar. and Ocala Fer- ;;

WHITE GOODS =1 1 I-E Leave Leave Lawtey Highland......................... 1.11. 3.45 3.22 &At Western Live Oak Railroad.At Key with: ., the Savannah all Gulf Ports., Florida

Leave Maxville..................... 1.29 4.15 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch I
CONSISTING OF Arrive Baldwin 1.51 4.50

Leave Baldwin...................... 1.56 5.40 urdays.At Railroad. on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat
Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, Centre Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 Chattahoochee River with
Street.FERNANDINA the Pensa-
,
Linon de Deccas etc. Leave Dutton..... 2.30 6.15 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
Arrive Callahan.................... 3.00 6.50 sacola, Mobile
Montgomery, New Orleans
FLORIDA, Leave Callahan...................... 3.15 7.20 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,, .
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.07 8.16 and Northwest and with all boats
II DRESS GOODS I: SUMMER SILKSI\\I KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- Arrive Fernandina................. 4.35 8.50taJ' Columbus and Eufaula. for Apalachicola I
of FRESH and PURE FOR- "'
Day Passenger daily except Sunday; The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. all points West.Through ,
Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths i,
NUN'S VEILING, GINGHAMS, SEERSUCKERS, ETC. and Chemicals DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, i
(WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) and at new office southwest corner of Bay 1-i
In Colored and White SPECIABARGAINS and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. ; 1
; Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines GOING SOUTH.
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A. 0.
Embroideries MACDONELL
Laces Hamburg Edgings--- ,
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isGoods. Day Pas. Nt Pas. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent,
Proprietary and Fancy Goods, P.M. A.M.: J."
FINE LINE OF NEW FOR MEN :YOUTH AND Leave Waldo........................ 3.20 1.00 C. W. Fernandina, Fla.
A CLOTHING FINE TOILET ARTICLES Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.30 MAXWELL, ,
ELEGANT CUT Master of
SPRING AND SUMMER BOYS ; Leave Hawthorne.. 3.54 1.50 Transportation,

AND FINISH. FINE, CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. HEADQUARTERS FOR GEN- Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 2.20 D. E. MAXWELL Baldwin, Fla.
! TLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS FOR BROWNING, KING PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., Leave 4.34 2.0 General Superintendent,

Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.48 3.09
TO ORDER GUARANTEED.DOMESTIC
CUSTOM SUITS MADE FIT Fernandina Fla.
&CO.; ; IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave Anthony Place........... 5.02 3.25 I
GOODS I I Linen Sheetings,Towels and \ HOSIERY AND GLOVES Leave Silver Spring............... 5.37 3.35 Savannah Florida and Western
DOMESTIC GOODS | Towelings at Wholesale Prices. f UNDERSHIRTS DRAWERS, Leave Ocala...............w.......? 5.58 4.17 ,
atlowprices. &FANCY MATTINGS at Special Bargains. A large stock of Ladies', Physicians' Prescriptions Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 RAILWAY.
Gents'and Misses' BOOTS AND SHOES at less than regular prices. ttfB carefully with Leave Oxford......................... '6.55 5.27
& Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars and compounded pure Drugs, at Leave Wild wood. 7.12 5.55 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. *

$ reasonable prices. Leave Leesburg...................... 7.50 6.55 All trains of this road i
Central
over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. Arrive Tavares...................... 8.20 7.25 ((90th) Meridian time, which are run is 33 by minutes

O". r C -r. I ? :DD: GOING NORTH slower than Jacksonville time. .
A.M. P.M. t
Northeast corner Centre'and Third Sts., SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Leave Tavares...._. 625 5.20 and after Sunday, January 18,1885,

t Leave Leesburg...................... 6.55 6.08 ON Trains will leave and arriveas
:&-NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. \ FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.25 7.10 follows:
GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
Leave Lake Weir Station....... 7.52 7.49 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m I .
RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 8.50 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:00 p m
Inland Steamboat Co. Leave Silver ............... !
Spring 8.53 Arrive at Callaahn daily! at............ 8:08 a m ,v
Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 9.36 Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10:00) am. j
MALLORYS STEAMSHIP LINE Leave Sparr's........................ 9.38 9.53 Arrive at Thpmasville daily at...... 1:30 p m. "
NO HEATI-1STO! Leave ..Citra........................... 9.53 10.16 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m a
DUST! Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.15 10.46 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52: p m- i
-BUT- Leave Hawthorne..10.37 11.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m j!
FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. A Delightful Trip Along the Pic- Leave Dixie. 11.40A. Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m ;'l t
.M. Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m
turesque Sea Islands. Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.20 12.15 Arrive! at Savannah dal.lyat......... 1:30 p m
-- 3 Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m t
Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
Night Passenger daily. .
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f5 I A PERFECT SERVICE.' cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- to
cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans-
-- F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Mississippi points. P08sen ers for Brunswick rt

THE IRON STEAMER, (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) take this train, arriving at Brunswick t
GOING SOUTH. via B. & W. R. R. at 1.13 p. m.
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w1 l .,f- A.M. P.M. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this ,
s 9 Leave Fernandina.11.10 5.10 train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile r
c4- Leave Hart's Road.11.43 5.37 and New Orleans. '
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P. :M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- '
Arrive Jacksonville.12.50 6.35 ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. r.;
Pullman Palace Cars I
Jacksonville
Sleeping
xhj GOING NORTH. :
to St. Louis via Waycross.
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A.M. P.M. I
MARY MORGAN Leave Jacksonville................ 8.45 2.30 ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.
..7_ Leave Hart's Road................. 9.43 3.42 Leave Jacksonville daily at.....:..... 1:25 p m ,
FERNANDINA EVERY MON- Arrive Fernandina..............10.10 12 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:30 p m 'tt
Arrive at Callahan _.........
LEAVES SJ-Trains daily except Sunday. daily! at. 2:04 p m
-THE FINE STEAMSHIPS- and Friday evenings, Arrive! at Waycross daily at-........ 3:50 p m
arriving at Savannah every Tuesday, Thurs- SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at daily at............... 5:25 J ,
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1O8O Jesup p m
TON.STAT77 day and Saturday mornings. ; Leave Jacksonville... .................. 9.10 a. m. ;
Arrive at Savannah at....... 7:40
OF TEXAS, 1,543 TONS. LEAVES SAVANNAH foot of Lincoln I Arrive Fernandina...................10.33 a. in. Pullman Parlor Cars daily Jacksonville p Sa-m
Leave Fernandina....................... to
CAROM>ELET, 1, iO8 TONS. street, every SundayTuesday and Thursday 4.00 p.m. vannah. This train stops at all local stations t7
Arrive Jacksonville..............
AVJESTEI11V evenings arriving at Fernandina every:Mon- mm 5.25p.m.
TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. between Jacksonville and Savannah.FAST .
day, Wednesday and Friday morning.
Passengers North-bound connect Savan- MAIL. 1 !

ONLY nah with Rail and Steamship Lines; and CONNECTIONS.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 2:30 p m i l
DIRECT LINE
TO NEW YORK.
South-bound Passengers reaching Savannahby Arrive! Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m
Rail or the Ocean Steamship Company FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 3:10: p m .
from New York and Boston, or Boston & With New York and Fernandina Steam- Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05: p m
ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive! at Jesup daily at................ G:35 p m I k
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jackbonville :Morgan with the Florida Railway & Navigation for New York on Thursday. Arrive! at Savannah daily! at......... 8:17 p m 4
Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. I With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- I
Company for Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a 111
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New nah and.. Brunswick, daily except Sunday. Arrive Washington G., daily..11:00 p m ;'
York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA, AT CALLAHAN.To Arrive at New York daily at........ 6:40 a in "
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES and from Savannah and Charleston, i Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Can q
The traveling public arc offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- and all points North and West, daily.AT i Jacksonville to New York without change. I
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PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE; making close NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AXD MEXICO.For HAWTHORNE, Passengers for Brunswick take this train. ,

connections at FEUXAXDINJ\ with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD tickets apply to Leve & Alden To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. 1
for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. cies, or any regular ticket agent.F. agen- Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 5:35 p ru I !
JOHNS OCKLA W AHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT W. SIMMONS, Agent, WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 9:00: a m I B;
RAILROAD for ALL With Stage Line to and from Brooksville ...........
Callahan
STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the Fernandina, Fla.C. Arrive at daily at. 6:30 p m j =
I PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD WILLIAMS Gen. Ag't and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p m I 3,
for LAKE WEIR. Savannah Ga., CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Jesup daily at................10:55 p m !! V.
With Line for ..............
THROUGH BILLS A. 0. MAcDONELL Morgan's Steamships Key Arrive at :Macon daily at 7:50: am ; !
OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For Gen. Pass. & Ticket West and Havana, every Saturday; for New Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:15 a In ?!
freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to Fernandina Agent Fla., Orleans every Friday; from Key West and Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via : 3Waycross

It. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, D. E. MAXWELL, Havana every Friday: from New Orleans and Pullman Palace Sleeping : J
FERNANDINA General Superintendent, every Saturday. Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. ;
C. II. MALLORY & CO., FLORIDA. Fernandina,Fla. With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Connections at Atlanta with Western and [ i
Pier 20 East River. New York. for and from Key West, Monday and Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia and !
m_- : _51- I Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Georgia Railroads for all points West and i
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and Northwest.
RAILROADS.TIME Friday. ;
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY; ETC. For information respecting routes, rates, EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. !

CARD etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 8:50 p m ;
dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:00 a m
H. E DOTTERER OF THE sonville. Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 9:41 p m I
FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COMPANY. Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10 am.,
FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m '
INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF In Effect January 25th, 1885. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 850pmArrive I
CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm !
-'-'=* -- TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. JACKSONVILLE CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 6:45 a m I
.j! -- i- (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) ( TO Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m I
WESTWARD.No. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 m
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FAMILY GROCERIES } (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) No. 3. Arrive! at Jesup daily at..m 3:42 a m r
Pass. Pass. :
Day Night I
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GOING
-r- Brunswick .... 6:05
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Arrive at
daily a m
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-- SOUTH.Day ...... m.
r Leave Jacksonville 7.30 3.55
1 a m m
Pas. Nt Pas. p
Arrive at Savannah at......... 6:05
.. daily a m ;
A.M. P.M.: Arrive Baldwin .... ..... 8.11am 4.39pm
Leave Fernandina..10.25 5.30 Leave Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43pm Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m :
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.10 Lake City........... 9.47am 6.40pm Pullman Palace via Sleeping Thomasville.Cars Jacksonville :
Louisville
Arrive Callahan....................11.42 7.15 LiveOak............10.31am 7.43pm Pullman to Buffet and Cars Jacksonville ;
Leave Callahan....................11.52 7.40 Madison ............11.57am 9.15pm to Washington'D.Sleeping C. Pullman- :
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. Leave Dutton..............,... ....12.22 8.20 Monticello........12.40 pm Palace Cars Gainesville to Savan 1
Sleeping :
P.M.: Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27pm '
with
Leave Brandy Branch............12.38 8.38 Leave Tallahassee.......-2.32pm 12.00 n't nah. Connections and Nashville at Montgomery Railroad for New
Louisville
ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS Arrive Baldwin..12.55 9.05 Quincy.............. 3.34 p m 1.22 am
Orleans and Texas points and the West and "
Leave Baldwin...................... 1.00 10.00 Arrive Cbatta. River.... 4.50 p m Northwest. At Savannah with Central :
PURE AND OF GOOD Leave Maxville..................... 1.30 10.30 Railroad of Georgia for all points West and :
QUALITY. Leave Highland..................... 1.48 10.51 EASTWARD.No.. 2. No. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -
Leave Lawtey........................ 2.02 11.12 Day Pass. Night Pass. for all points North, with steamships
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF Leave Temple's..................... 2.18 11.35 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 a m for'New York Philadelphia, Boston and
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.45A. Quincy.............12.20 p m 2.07 am Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
= .)[. Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27pm 3.36pm New York. Philadelphia Baltimore:
IFINE( TEAS AND COFFEES f-I Leave Thurston................M.- 2.54 12.05 Leave Tallahassee ......- 1.34 p in 3.48 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail ',;
Arrive Waldo....................... 3.14 12.35 Monticello.-....... 2.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage ;.
-* it t- Leave 'V aldo.........:............... 3.25 1.15 Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm Cbecked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
Leave Gainesville.................. 4.05 2.20 Live Oak............ 5.39 p m 8.33 a m and sections secured at Company's office in ,
THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. Leave Arredondo.................. 4.23 2.45 Lake City......... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot ,
Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.34 2.58 Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01 pm '11.26 am Ticket Office, and on board People's :
\1T Leave Archer....................... 4.51 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08pm 11.31am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand j
GOODS Received, by Every Steamer.cor. Leave Bronson....................... 5.21 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville..... 8.50 pin 12.16 pm JENNIE LANE.
Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.00 5.05 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and .4 will JAS. :L. TAYLOR.
Leave Rosewood.................. 6.33 5.55 not west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent.A. <
Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA FLA Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.03 6.35 will run run'Mondays. .,31. ,IVES, A ent.


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THE FLORIDA MIRROR.I !ing :young men had lots of fun hunting Range of Thermometer Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. Two =

down the island last week; FOR THK: WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MARCH 13. 1885. FERNANDINA, FLA., ) Millionsof
AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. Feb. : 1885.: }
ft.OOA YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS That he came on a flock of farmer's poul- 20.
; 7A.M.,12M. 3 P.M. 6P.x. 'WIND. annual of the
regular meeting
try, and his dogs were having a nice time SamrdayIarch 7..00 61 63 62 N. W. THE of the Florida Railway & acres of Farming, Orange
charging and the and Sunday 8.56 62 62 61 N. W. Timber and
Reflections. 'setting turkeys :Monday, 9..42 58 56 M N. E. Navigation Company will be held at the Grazing Lands'situated
chickens ; Tuesday 10..45 62 60 60 N. E office of the company at Fernandina. Florida in
C. D. Wiliard, Esq., and family, andlfajorS. That the farmer objected and turned the Wednesday," 11.48 &t 63 62 !\. E. ,on Tuesdaythe! 11th day of March, 1885, 29 counties, and
:: B. Henning and family, were at Thursday ]2.. ...1>2 70 69 67 S. W. at 12 o'clock, noon. comprising the lands
bold huntsman's bought
face
in sorrow towards Friday, 13..58 72 72 71 S. WJLIRINE.Port B. S. HENNING
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the Egmont this week. town.; E 'R. REYNOLDS, President. by Sir Edward J. Reed, from

: Engine No. 42 arrived Thursday for the' That,she won't believe any more tales of Secretary. the State of Florida in 1881

Florida Railway & Navigation Company. It his skill till she examines the contents of his of Fernandina. ,

was ready for service yesterday bag, when he returns; HIGH WATER. FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER! are now offered at graded

Mr.: R. S. Scbuyler,. the architect, will That she knows the difference between Saturday,March 14.?......... 6:18 A. M. 6:46 P. M. prices. These lands were se-
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Sunday, 15.... ... 7:05: 7:32 FOR SALE CHEAP '
soon begin the erection of a residence on the chicken and partridge when she sees them. :Monday, ." 16............ 7:.'>1" 8:18 : lected by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
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Tuesday 17. 8:35 9:01"
? : : F1DGINGS AND SLABS,
corner of Ninth and Centre streets. That there was the best general display of Wednesday" 18.........:: 9:18: ',' 9:45: _ilj 10 cents load. ley, l late Commissioner of the
per
fancy costumes at the rink Wednesday' Thursday, 19.1001: 10:27"
Mr. W. J. Lohman, the uptown dry i Friday, 20............10:46" 11:11"' ROUGH LUMBER, State Land Office, and Mr.
gaods man, moved into his new brick store, night of any time this season. ENTERED.
From $5 to $16 peril ft., M. Williams late
corner Sixth and Ash streets, this week. That many found it difficult to determine Steam-packet Augusta -, rrom Brunswick agent for
whether "or daily with freight and to according to quality. sale of State lands
Crippen represented a monkey a passengers DRESSED LUMBER which fact
Thu steamship Cam .Marth, lately from F. W. Simmons, agent. ,
, this port for Great Britain, collided at Nor- devil ; Mar.10-Steamship State of Texas John Risk $12 to $20 per 31. feet. is a guaranty of their high
That there would have been doubt in from New York; freight and passengers -
; folk with a coal pier with some slight dam- no to R. W. Southwick, agent. Orders by Telephone promptly attended to quality. The purchase knownas
the matter had they known who was underneath 8-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
1 age. the Palatka; freight and passengers to WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, the Reed Purchase
The British Bark Atlanta, Captain Stone, disguise; W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Steam Saw and Planing Mill. was only

was cleared on Monday last for Buenos That nearly every one finally settled on 8-Steamship from Charleston City,'of Monticello.and McKee, I. Office foot Centre Street 8 opened for sale this year, and
; freight
> Ayres, with yellow pine lumber, by Col. J. his being a monkey, but he acted like the gers, to W. O. Jeffre s, agent passen- the lands have not been culledor
other fellow 12-Steamshipc City, of Monticello McKee,
C. Reed. ; C. C. STRATTON & CO.
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from Palatka'; freight and passengers, fpicked over. No
That he is has
r strutting around town to-day to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. part
, The schooners Nellie S. Pickering and Ann looking like a foreign potentate with his"order" Steam-packet Mary MorganDanielsfromSavannah OF, IACON, GEORGIA, been reserved in any manner
T. Traitor are unloading steel rails and iron ; freight and passengers to ,
of decoration pinned to his breast; F. W. Simmons, agent. and the whole is for
fastenings the Southern Division of the Steam-packet :MADE THE MODE BRO'S, open sale.
Mary
Morgan.Daniels.fromSavannah HAVE
That reports say the "boys" have made
Florida Railway & Navigation Company. ; freight and passengers to Fla., the author- Special prices on large tracts.
him pay pretty dearly for it. F. W. Simmons, agent. ized Agents to contract for the sale of their
Fred W Hoyt, administrator of the estateof That St. Jacob was as large as life and 9-Schooner Nellie S. Pickering Keene Timber lands, virgin forests in
New York railroad iron, to Walter
t W.S. Rawson, will sell the stock of the twice as natural; Peck. ; BRICK IN ,ANY QUANTITIES.Parties bodies of 50,000 acres and

1 Egmont Livery Stable at auction to-day, at That if he had carried a bottle of oil (I !) Schooner Ann T. Trainer Oskins New up
York wards. Lands sold
railroad iron for
; spikes etc., to
cash
\\-f 11 o'clock, at the stable, on Fourth street. the disguise would have been more easily Walter Peck. wishing to purchase will get all in- ,
formation as regards pric s from them. time.
or on long
4 H. R. Johnston General penetrated.That CLEARED.
Freight
Esq., Samples of different ,qualities and stylescan
9 Agent of the Cincinnati, Van Wert and the size of the Spanish girl's feet Steam-packet daily Augusta with freight-,and for passengers Brunswick, be seen at the office of The Florida Land and Mortgage CO.

' Michigan Railroad, was a guest at the residence gave her away. by F. W. Simmons agent MODE BRO'S,
Mar. 13-Steamship State of Texas. John Risk for 26 Fernandina. (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
of F. B. Papy, Esq. He returned for That the little rag picker fairly won the New York; freight and passengers by

''t his home yesterday. prize. R. W. Southwick, agent.
1 Steamship City of Monticello McKee
4 We have received some anonymous lines, That that particular Mother Hubbard's for Palatka;by W. O. Jeffreys agent. GOOD PROSPECT FOR FALL TRADE,

" : entitled "A Mother's t Lament" Press of dog need not go hungry, for probably "Doc" 11 8-Steamship Charleston City;by of W.Palatka O. Jeffreys, Vogel, agent.for: '-Aw. -

other matter prevents our publishing. The knows where there is lots of bones. Mch.12 Steamship City of Monticello McKee,
That the little midget flower girl would for Charleston;freight and passengers J. LOHMAN'S.
manuscript with enclosure will be returnedto by W. 0. Jeffreys agent. .
author upon application to the office. have won the prize had the rag picker not 9-SteampacketMary Morgan Daniels for
appeared on the scene. Savannah j freight and passengers, by
The State Texas which had the blades F. W. Simmons agent. HAVE MADE GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR A
of That every one wanted to know what -s 13-Steam-packet Mary Morgan Daniels, for I LARGER BUSINESS, HAV-

of her propeller broken some two weeks ago, Jakey?" When he unmasked it was foundhe Savannah F. W. Simmons; freight, a ent.and passengers, by ing an INCREASED STOCK OF GOODS,

and which left here thirty-six hours behind !1" 9-Bark Atlanta (British), Stone, Buenos
was next
. : schedule time, received a new propeller in That every character was excellent, and 12-Schooner Ayres; lumber S. H. Levin by J.Hudson C. Read.Philadel- RDCOMFORTS Y1i1 la: hwla: DRDSS mD C L OTIII21 T G

7 New York and arrived again this week on afforded lots of pleasure and surprise at the phia; lumber, by Hilliard &Bailey. 7 / / ,

time. unmasking. Shoes, Shoes, Shoes. BOOTS AND SHOES: :
The State Texas carried the
steamship of '
' Egmont Hotel Arrivals.Jas We have just opened a new stock of Ladies and thousands of other articles, which I will sell for 25 per cent. less than you pay
following cargo from this port, bound for and Gents' Shoes, in fine'goods, that in another house for the Goods. Give call before
elsewhere and
. D Carson, W R Beauprice, Chicago : same me a purchasing I
New York. Thursday evening : ,625 bales Mr and Mrs J B Bunce, Hartford, Ct ; W S we are selling at prices that defy competition will convince you of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of every ten.

r cotton, 196 barrels vegetables, 177 barrels Kimball and wife, Miss E W Kimball Phil- at MODE BROS'. W. J. LOIIMAN, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.

spirits, 99 packages of oranges, 64: barrels adelphia ; J R Stone, J T Sawey, Waverly,
N Y J F Prind T H Ran- Ladies and-.Misses Hose,
a ; Covington, Ky ;
cotton seed oil 272 boxes cheese 75
cases N Y P S Howe Cambridge In variety, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
som, Poughkeepsie, ; great
THE NEWPORT OF THE
J shrimp, 75 packages merchandise. Mass ; SE: Cox and wife, Brooklyn, : SOUTH.

g4!: Mr. Edward Young, of New York, paid N Y; Marshal Hanger, Mrs P Hanger, MrsL A Large Line of 11 io White Goods
Baylor, Virginia; J H Sedgwick and wife, Just received by J. & T. KYDD, consistingof
jj the Mirror a pleasant call this week. He Brooklyn ; G G Stone and wife, Staunton, plain and plaid Nainsooks.Victoria Lawn,

expresses himself much pleased with his Va; L H Craig and wife, Miss Nellie Sar- Linon de Dacca, Jnia| aijd Persian Lawns orrHE{ EGMONT I HOTEL[

quarters at the Egmont and the surround- ver, Miss M and E Bright, Pittsburgh, Pa ; and French -Organdies,, etc., which are
Wm Beadenkopf and wife, Wilmington, marked at _
ings at Fernandina. Mr. Young's family very low figures., ,
Del Mr and Mrs Robert'Mi
; not, Boston ; W *
4 have long been identified with prosperous W Wattles and wife, Pittsburgh ;,Mr and iKid! G'loves. GEORGE MELLON, Proprietor,

. and well-managed enterprises in the North, Mrs A Kedder, Lake Superior; Silas A
( Bradley, Jacksonville J Solomon Geo L Jtist received large assortment of La- j
and some members of it are at present prom- ; dies and Gents', Black Kid
Gloves of the
Smith, New York B Solomon Charleston
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inent in the construction of one of the most ; best quality, at MODE BROS'.
Francis
; Stone, Quebec ; Edward Young,
popular Florida railroads. We should be Poughkeepsie ; J W Titus, Boston ; J H

pleased to see the attention of such folks Seasohwein, New York ; H JW Lake, Orange Eggs for Hatching.

turned to the many safe and profitable opportunities N J ; J J Campbell, Kingston, Cana- Plymouth Rocks, Brown and White
da ; E Riker, Bay City, Mich ; A J English, Leghorns, choice stock. Two dollars per
:: i for the investment of Northern Cincinnati ; G F Shepherd, Brooklyn ; W R setting of 13. W. F. SCOTT. -

i capital in our Southern States and our own Howe, Pittsburgh ; IV Cole, New York; ; : ..

immediate neighborhood.The Geo Low, St Paul, Minn ; D H Furman, A complete line of Carpets, Battings, Oil -bii
Bangor, Maine ; H Schubert and wife, Wm Cloths, etc. Rug 'talways in stock, at
Schubert, Miss Schubert, 0 P H Stern, New :MODE BROS'. II
Carnival. York; Miss Lida Black, Jamesville, Ohio; .
The Masquerade Carnival and ball at the Miss Nora R White, Springfield, Ohio; M T New Spring Clothing.
Burbank, Cumberland Ill Dr Chas Mussi-
, Rink last Wednesday night was completely ; A fine line of New Spring Clothing, fash- 111"w iIIIIIIIIII Illlllllll 'Illlllllll Illlnnnll llllllllll illlltlll IIMNINI YIIUINi IR191 tt11n ,M l
glod, Montana ; R F Newcomb and two ''u*
successful and pleasant, being as usual, children, Quincy. Ill; E Judson, wife and ionable cut and'well made, at low prices.

with the Skating Club entertainments, well son, Chicago; S A Morgan, S A Townes, Fine Clothing V4 a specialty{ at IIIPIIIIII unnq, a un i,;
J. & T. KYDD'S.
attended, and so pleasantly managed that Mrs J Clark Pittsburgh ; E S Leighton and ..
wife, A M Morton and wife, Boston ; Mr : -
all present seemed thoroughly pleased. The Gents Furnishing GoodsIn hK
and Mrs Chas B Pope Chicago; C R Hick-
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costumes were numerous, varied and good, cox, New York ; G W Champlin, Fred L all styles AT PAUL FUNKE'S. *-

i the,list embracing several novel dresses, representing Champlin, Chicago ; Edwin F Adams, Oak- -
land, Cal Geo L and wife Miss ... :
: Dunlap J. & T. Kydd ':
characters which had never be- ,
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Kimball, SColeman, Chicago; Mrs A Laughlin Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg -- --
fore appeared. Jr, and two children and maid, Miss Edgings and Insertings, bought 25 cent. -tKrR..GRQS..R/'V "
The prize skates were awarded Miss Zo- Darlington, Pittsburgh ; Chas S Pate, New below manufacturers' prices, which per they OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK,
lowsky for the best costume among the York : Wm Irving Chicago; Mrs. C C Pope, offer at astonishingly low prices. Call and

ladies, her representation being a rag-picker. Dr New'York J F Wright; J Monroe and wife Taylor, Columbus, New, York Ohio;; see them. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

S :Mr. A. H. Crippin received the silver medal Henry Schrenkeisen, wife and daughter Ilollandlsh Herring. ,

for the best costume worn by a gentleman, New York : Mr and Mrs 0 A Taft, Point Just arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S

' 4 which was a capital representation of the Shirly, :Mass; Mr and Mrs George Young, Cor. Sixth and Ash sts. QUIET AND REPOSE-PURE AIR-HOME COMFORTS
Boston ; Wm Walter Phelps, Miss Phelps,
t ourangoutang.The New Jersey; Win Rockfellow, New York
decision of the judges seemed to be C D Wiliard, Washington ; S B Henning, Special BargainsIn

entirely satisfactory to all present, and a New York ; Smith A Gregg. South Caro. Towels, Doylies, and Turkey Red Dam- .
lina; B S Berg, H Bendheim, J Altmayer, ask, at J. & T. KYDD'S.
i vote of the whole gathering would probably A William and wife Savannah ; Warren

z have.resulted in an unanimous indorsementof Gridley, New York ; Geo M Tenny, Boston ; Mattings Mattings! GET OUR PRICES

the selections.The John B Morgan and wife, Brooklyn. NY; A great bargain ,in Fancy Mattings, '15
dancing was much enjoyed and continued T Bisbee, Miss Bisbee, Katherine Holden, cents a yard, at. J. .& T. KYDDS. .
Boston Mass; ,B 0 Strong. Mrs Strong, MissM -FORpSASH -
until:midnight.Mrs. J Strong, Plymouth, Mass ; Mr and MrsS For Sale. .
I Bradley, Mrs J M Pitkin. Syracuse, NY;
Grundy Says: L Monheiraer, S Calm Chicago; Hiram. A very good Organ, whose catalogue priceis
Jeliff Miss A L Jeliff New York; C S $165, will be sold at $55.
That the ordinance forbidding the use of Husted, Miss Rusted, Miss Buss, Brooklyn ; Also, a $60 Sewing Machine at 40.

: slings by the boys in this city, should be John Jones, Miss Sarah Alexander, S Food-i MRS. MARY GODFREY.

more strictly enforced; man, Mr and Mrs Arthur Orr, Wilmington, BLINDS DOORS
Del Henry Bentley D Private Board,
; Chicago; Morgan,
That child last
a was seriously injured
,. C Brown, Mississippi ; Thomas Wilson, At the Brick Cottage on' Seventh street. ]
week by a missile from a sling, passing Samuel Croft and wife,Cteavaland ; Mrs J near Egmont'I1oteJ.

: through a window pane and filling the lit- H Simpson. Philadelphia; D W Falls and Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor -+++++=+;-+f t++++++++ -

tle'one's eye with broken glass, cutting it wife, D W Fall, Jr, R J Winer, Wm D without board. Transient boarders will
Rees, New York ; 0 H Allerton and wife, be accommodated.

I badly. Cleaveland; Mrs 0 H Allerton, Jr,Newark, MRS: T. P. G.'THOMPSON. Before Elsewhere.A
That the latest conceit in ladies' fashionsis N J ; Miss Mary Davison, John Aendricksand Fernandina, Fla., January, 10,1885., Purchasing .
to wear little bird's heads and wings on wife, Pittsburg ; J E Woodbridge and :
I wife Few York ; It C Osgood, Chester, Pa;
their wraps, or tucked in beneath the elbowon FOR: SALE CHEAP.
Mrs Geo II Taylor, Newport, N 'H ; A J
a miniature nest. Taylor. D H TaylorM: H Pratt/XewYork WORM, MULBERRY TREES OF
; SILK
That ladies hats are to be round this sea- Mrs M II Pratt, Mrs G W Porter, Minneapolis following,,varieties : Morris Alba, LARGE STOCK JUST REOEIVED.IF.ED .
/ Leesang. Roses, and common varieties, at_
son.That from 5 to 25 cents. Also a few grafted ever-
the good old fashion of the 'men Lost: bearing mulberry.trees. They bear from the

being 'round has not changed. A pair of Gold Spectacles. A suitable reward 1st of May to '1st of August, 25 cents each.
That the State of Massachusetts contains will be paid by G. R. FAIRBANKS. Orange and Fig Trees 10 cents each. Grafted :
Wild Goose Pltim Trees 10 cents each. Scuppernong w. HOY & jO.,
50,000 more females than males; i Grape :Vines, White and Black
That they will begin to wish there were City Registration Notice. I (the Black are the,Thomas), from 10 to 50

, more men around there beforelong; The Registration Books, of the City of cents, according:; to. size. Orders by mail
Fernandina, which are now open at my promptly attended to. Trees and vines when
That iji the days of the millenium five office'in my store on Centre street, will be ordered will be.left.with A.. B. Noyes,.who SECOXD STREET, ABOVE ENTRE,

r women shall cleave to one man ; closed on Wednesday, the first day of April, is authorized to collect on delivery. ,
That the millenium must be mighty near at 6 o'clock p. m., A. D. 1885. 'Nursery at Ceneville, Nassau county, Fla. r -
EMIL O. FRIE D. ,, ,. 'Post-office address.Fernandina, Fla.
Massachusetts. City Clerk: GEO. IL BAER. : :F"mFt.r-w.A.: : 1ST :I) Jsf!.A.. P' x..A...

That report sayeth that one of our sport- Fernandina, Fla., March 5, 1885. Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1885-3t .




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