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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 21, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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;;;;-ST. -CcCsri 2r ClLlBR.t- :i; oulces' in Washington Trill not be 1 THE FLORIDA RAJJC.WAT?' d t ,XAYICATION I and some of them citizens of other Slaies, i I: XOTICE.-. ?;

TIOX I Ten strong from the South. There COM .tr. Well nib all the original; members as COMPLIANCE:
i JN WITH THE ORDInances -
The Executive Coramhtee, having \rili be a pretty earnest demand, I I In,commenting-upon",and finding Judges Putnam, Forward and Donuan, J. of the City of Fernandina* the
eh1I"t" of the celebration of the an- 1 1n I however for the Federal offices fault with the constructing Father,Aubril, Rer.).Ir. Miller, Bon Buckingham 'f tallowing names have been stricken from
aver"lI01 the landing of pUe ; throughout the Southern States, .I company Smith Kingley Gibbs and others f the registration rolls of the city for the..:vear.
If the line of road from Femandina to 11&5) :
Leon m Florida, on Friday, March I I7th. The Southern people feel that they : ..I', have fSnny.. .

> 1512. rind the; founding of theAitine t j i have been deprived of what rightly I' Tampa, with an extension to Cedar. It seemed to one of the survivors not unfitting GoAnderson, G A Austin.\T't"l'y.rnoM. Lewis

city of St. by Menendei t:I belongs to them too long already, Key, much stress frequently: laid when in the Ancient City last summer Andrews May Alexander D .

in"!;)t'i hare decided upon the following i and they expect the President to respond I upon the failure of* the companyto to make inquiry with regard to the
boots and antiques which belonged to that Brown Tom Bates, Henry ,..
: their -
l programme j I quite promptly to petitions build any part of| the road for Brown Zechiel Beiloati T Ii "
Tbr celebration to begin on Fni i for tang 1 r society in ante-bellum dart Perhaps the Bliss Tom Bidden, Geo
,Cars.March !;th, 1SS5: and continuetwo j I There is one thing that the people the twent"e3rS.. between. 1860 and time was ill chosen, so many: of the residents Barker. Harry Bolts,J '
fov" !.1 ought to be careful about It is that I j 1881, and attention; is frequently being then absent from their homes. Bram Burn>,agh.Lewis Jeter Brown' ,John H _
Birt, Wra '
I called.to the fact that the land Nothing was discovered except the fact that: : .
FIRST PAY. capable and conscientious men shall *> grant Bdscomb, Chas B wen.'J"
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The exercises to bin with a j I be appointed. The President is disposed j of Congress was limited to a period soon after the arrival of armed visitors who Baker, Silas ,
i entered"the town from the in
bnd and water lipp hy. re sea February,
md p- to do what the people desire.
: of ten expiring in 1SC( If dark Richard -
the FilerCapelia
!'1 I i! years 1S6L. books, and other articles in that '
tcnLn g the landing of the Spanishand ; The people want the very best men all circumstanttjs collection, had Louis Caldwell,Thompson .
disappeared.It
obstructingthe ,
taking possession of the them and the Od r1"f'r. James Clinch Geo ;
trlX11'5 J Joountry they can get to serve 4 ""
I is '
undergo
i that some ten or twelveyears v
Chas
construction of tfte'road: Cooper Courier, Willie
Thenplun; and the uniform I President wants to appoint the best during t
i later than the formation Cooper, Lewis
5* : of the old Crump.J W
i.the troopsvill be after them men because he is anxious that no that time be taken Into consideration -: society there was organized: a St. Augustine Clay.JL Cully.J E B.'

?t careful studies: and trill represent fault shall be found with his admin it will be,- found that. the I Historical Association (or similar title), Clark Carlhron A F Lee Clay/Wm H "

,, as nearly as possible, the actual istration. company has not been so muchin with the worthy;object of furnishing good: t

appearance on that occasion. Whenever, therefore, a disposition fault believe. reading to citizens and others &nd also with Delaney, Thomas Daniels, Henry .; ;
A novel feature will be the presence is discovered to secure the appointment as many persons ,some purpose of instituting researches concerning Dorsey, Columbus Dorsev GeoDukehart ,?
of Seminoles from The act of Congress granting the DorsevGeo ,Edward: .
of a body of applicants for office for anypeople the antiquities of the locality: and Dewson,Geo '
the southern j part of the State, the other reason than fitness, the lands to aid in the construction of that such objects have been successfully .

descendants of the tribes who greeted ought to enter their protest at once. this road was passed May 1 18.56. prosecuted. Edwards Plummer Epps. Wm F i
the Spaniard* on their landing. Xo doubt there will be efforts made Would it be intrusion respectfully to Ellis, W R Edwards, Sam, Jr
suggest -
The Florida Railroad Company com- Ellis, V A Eaton, Jno S .'
A: grand military mass will be by men to get office who have no to the authorities of this more recent Ellis, M J Ervin, SamFraulin. ;
celebrated st the landing,, as upon qualifications for the place theyseek menced building the road in that organization to expend a little time (in this Ervin, Robert 'I'

the first occasion three centuries ago. and attempts doubtless will be r :year, and on the 1st of January, line of archive investigation) in looking up Fuller. Ben .' I!

It i; intended that the whole display made to put men in office for reasons 1861, had completed 154 miles, enti- the aute- Ilum collection (rdiqvuu da- John B Frank, Franz Henry'Ferreira .''" IJ

shall represent,on a large scale, other than their fitness. It tling the company under the grant fururi, tic) which,although small,containedsome Ferreira R L ; '

a treat historical pICture: would be strange if there were.,not. I valuable books and a few rare antiques I.
to '591,369 acres of 'land of which Gibbs.d3m Gambrill. M N f
.
'The landing and accompanying If the people ,clo not protest ;against such as pieces of armor supposed to Gage, HenrvGardner Gnnn..1ohnT }. ;
ceremonies will be followed 'by 3' such appointments they ought not 281,000 were certified to the com- !,have f been worn by ,:Menendez. Possibly L JGriffin Godfrey, D S t ", '" 3t I

grand parade, milituymd civic, in to complain if the offices should be panyThe road had:also been graded those missing antiquities may be found : :Sidngy-t: : '$I

which it is hoped the volunteer filled by men who have neither the almost all the vi'-ay from Waldo lying in some nook or corner of the Ancient Hunter Joseph Henderson. Gro..

troops from Florida and her neighboring desire: nor the capacity to serve them to Ocala-about 4O.n'1ies. Then the City.You Hubbard, Jack JInbbard Richard J I ,
States take part. All will remember valuable lectures delivered Hippard James Haley, C A ., '..'.
may of Florida and well.The war broke out, and while it lasted, before the Florida Historical Society Hans, Perry Harrison, Dm.. ;(
civic "organizations young men of the South will Harris Jake Hall Thomas A t' r ,
her sister States are earnestly invited make a-mistake if they seek officesin and for at least a year afterwards, it about the year 59 by Buckingham Smith :. Hercules, Geo Hearst John .i- .
and others; and also a paper by our venerable Howard J G Harris Z T' I'
to 1 participate Washington.: There are evry few would have been impossible for any ;, .
and still Hun er.Ionzo
vigorous Dr. Westcott, presenting Hawkins, WmAlberts ..
The various incidents in the history there that they would be i
places company to have prosecuted a work from his minute knowledge of Hsnulton.lf : :
of the -Ancient City will be likely to get which pay more than of that kind in Florida Then an Florid localities his conclusions with respect I! U
illustrated in the parade. I enough to afford a living. There is to the line of march pursued by DeSoto's Irons, Marshall .... ,,.., ,

The streets will be decorated in little chance of advancement, opinion was given .by the Attomey- expedition,a paper which ought to _.''It' ',
very Jones, JosephJohnson J Johnson John II ,
be 1
published.May
accordance with careful design, for and at the end of four or eight years General of the :States, whichwas I inquire of you as a former officer Ward Jackson; John '* .'.'. t

which the antique houses and overhanging they would ba little, if any,betteVoff binding upon th2 Department. of that society, whether it might not be revived Jenkins, Lewis: Jones, Francis ',.' I I
Johnson David Jones W .. ,
balconies will give ample than when they entered the service.Those of the Interior that the expirationof time with True,advantage Florida is to Florida at this in Johnson Jacob Jones, Wiley A .
now engaged
opportunity.After who= have a hope of accom- the tenr limit:in the act of i mating history yet how much of the not Jones Richard Jones. Harry I I
the parade there will be an plishing something in life will, if r I ,very remote past fraught with instructionto Johnson Erwin Jon... Maxwell ', i

oration, and other appropriate ceremonies they are wise, avoid getting a posi- Congress, ipso facto, forfeited. all:the all may be forever lost, if not proudlychronicled Jones Jerry ,Jones, Wiley J ., __.
.10tt ,Charles .Jam ..1 L
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: within the courtyard of,Fort. tion under go"emment.at"V'sbiton.rannah = lands:vvluefcL"lradii. leenHrea T: :.ra : ,- -Johnton; tsrt'S" Jacksulr"liichard ".-- : : :
r ar4om go with such'qlleries if not to >r
Son >iarco, the oldest fortification News. earned by the road and restored the historian of St. Augustine and of I
Sam Kornijra,
this continent. Florida ? King HenryKeith J
A grand militaay ball will conclude GOOD,FOR FLORIDA. them to the public domain. This St. John County, Fla., March 1!. 1SSS. Hansel Kane, Richard ,_

the festivities of the first day. Last December Mr. James M. opinion governed the Interior Department Love Hillyard Lee, .im'l .. !

SECOND DAY. Willcoi, Jr., of Philadelphia, ship- until a decision was made Mr and Egmont Mrs R J Hotel White Arrivals, Bridgeport, Ct; Love.xssere: 8.\01 E Lewis IavingstoneJohn Benjamin I.l.a. I.i

In the morning there will be a ped twenty boxes of oranges from by the Supreme Court of the United J A Drake Es Walker, Corning N Y: ; Wm Laird. Sam Lancaster, Frank ; I' t.
Spooner, Jr, and wife, Philadelphia; R J Lee WmLucas Lucas Alfred 'i
States which decision has been
grand regatta. This will afford his grove in Orlando to a friend in ( Hoffen and wife, Minneapolis; Mrs J F Alfred3lcFashion
abundant opPortunity to all loversof re-affirmed twice by said court), that Wright, Boston ; X S Garfield Minneapolis; t
aquatic the large squadron England, as an experiment They B D Draffin. Way Cross Ga; C H Andarrassie. Sawyer )McDonald J I) '
of craft spoons in St. being were of the large Bell variety, from the lands were not forfeited by lapseof H W Gridley, New York: ; Mr and Morris, Edward Mc11 aters, James i .1
sailing Augustine time and the held Mrs D W Hopper, Master Hopper. Baltimore Major Sam McRae Edward ,'
reinforced by those from all seedling trees, and arrived in splen- grant good un- ; J B. Mattic, Sarah Parish Philadel- )lcRae, Chas Mitchell Ben : f {
along the coast did condition and although December til action should be taken by Congress phia; Lizzie Punish, Woodbury; ,N J ; R W McQueen. Conner McCall,Jonas '. 1tt U
; ,
South: wick, citA H Crippen, Mallory S. Mueller, Henry )ladden.Johnl': "f' {
The regatta: will be followed by a fruit is not equal to that left to forfeit the lands. After that S Co; Alex Curtis,8t Marys; W L Ken .on )linton.lbrry )MtiMauib, Fred W ;' it.f

tournament in true Southern style.After I the trees a month longer the decision of the court, the company and wife, G K Kenyon and wife, Otis Lord Mas>man John Manigault, C C '. I
the tournament there will on and wife, Miss Lelia Lord, Miss Ada Lord )McDonald Obid )Mannoe J T ,
take novel venture was a marked success. The again applied to the Secretary of the W Kelly and wife, Owatoma Me; HenryIngraham Martin, Noble Minkley, GustavoNichols 't i
display
entirely
an .
place f
and wife, Mrs H W Pratt Minneapolis .
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the like of which has never been at- oranges were placed in the hands ofa Interior to recognize its rights under ; J II McGiiiness, Edwin B Dalton, Nichols, Dennis Foster ;.' .

U-mptKl on this side of the Atlantic. dealer, exposed, and labelled the grant, but Secretary Chandler P" E McMurray, Jacksonville; M E Hunt, Xattiel, Manuel ":...,'. I.t

This feature will be nothing less Florida Oranges." Their large refused to do so. In 1881, and not city)1 Mrs C H Miller Fuller, New, Philadelphia York ; Gilbert; Mr Brady and O'Donald,John O'Boyle,John F ::'-t l$, ,' tt P.(

than the reproduction of the Battaile size unusual in until then, Secretary Schurz, recog- and wifeG, M Brady, Roahester, N Y; Mrs -' l I eJ t".
d k* Fleur* (Battle of Flowers, as in very anywhere Potter Pennsylvania; R Kuppenheim, I"Jacob Proctor, D G 1'f-
the Carnival of Nice. This displayof Europe, together with the label, at- nizing the principles laid down by Chicago: Irs T Eisner Miss Eisner Phila- 1", .
delphia 0 B Jennings and daughters New Robinson Boston Reddinjr, Ben .<
the Court ordered with- ;
a moving panorama of a profusionof tracted many persons to buy out of Supreme a York ; Dr Rae, Pittsburgh ; Chas W Lewis Rickart, John lawson, W S to r e
flowers, covering horses and carriages curiosity. The dark heavy soil in drawal from market of the lands and wife, City: R N Harilenburph anti wife, Ricarts AllenRobinson Redmond, Mitchell, f
; and embowering: the fair occupants embraced in the grant. So it will St Paul: F a Lewis and wife, Philadelphia; David E III ,t
the vicinity of Orlando, grows good be seen that from 1860 to March Robert Irwin and wife, New York : Geo "
during the friendly contestwill F Moulton. Boston ; W E Heston Dr G T Smith, James Smith, Phila .
alone be worth a journey to see fruit, and the first purchasers returned 1881, the land grant was not available Heston Miss M F Goodman, Philadelphia; Sye. James Sutton. D II '' I

It will, in fact be a reproduction of for more oranges at high to the company to aid in the J C Quincy,St Paul S J Carpenter Columbia &,mm5. Joseph Staten, John'. I.
Tenn Mrs Harriet Murphy Minneapolis Steward, HenrySimmons. Small wood Jessy ;
construction of the road and without ;
one of the most attractive features of prices, but twenty boxes afforded avery ; Mrs B W Armstrong, Miss j Reita, :St: Paris Steele John.. .1.
the Carnival of Nice which yearly supply. The trade with the lands the company could Paul; J LehmanSavannah; E Adams and Smith, R M Smith, Joe W- .
attract crowds of visitors from poor not build the road. Since March, wife Boston; Edwin H Abbot, Mrs Abbot Saxon, Miles Simmons, Peter I. .;
e"eIYlart
r Europe for Florida has Abbot Milwaukee Small. XfdSteward Simmons henry If f
of oranges 1881, the company has built 107 Miss Branson Philip ;
Europe. Miss M A Charles Mrs 0 Charles, F Thomas Steward, W R ., t
A grand display of fire-works in hardly opened, and will grow to immense miles from Waldo south, leaving I Charles, New York ; A D Smith and wife Savage, SamTurner.tJerry Y. .}.

the evening will conclude the twodays' proportions as soon as the' uncompleted at this time, of the Mrs E A Smith, Pittsburgh ; W C Barr. ..
miles Cincinnati F D Denny. Pittsburgh Hy Turner, DavidTimberlain 'f t
whole road less ,than fifty ; ;
,
entertainment. profit is demonstrated. Only first- : Lee wife and daughter New York; A M Taylor, Glascow Stephen : (
% order of Executixe Committee.GEX. class fruit will to send there and the work on that portion is be- Morgan, Pennsylvania; A V Morris and Traeye Alexander Tyson Isaac ;
H. G. GIBSO.V U.S. A. pay ing pushed forward as speedily as wife, John Morns and wife, Amsterdam N Taylor, D Turner. MondayThomas Ii
and it must all be produced on pine possible.It Y;Samuel Blaisdell, Jr, Chicopee. Mass; Tom Taylor, "'Om'I. .t)

WITT Chairman. land as hammock oranges have too will thus be seen that since the Charles E Belts Palmer, Mass; Lizzie Cole, Trimmings Abraham 'mon '... ';
WEBB, 3L D., Brooklyn, W W Gilman and daughter Tucker, John ,
Secretary. delicate a skin to carry so far.- passage of the act of May 17,1856, New York; Mrs T X Stewart, Denver, Mrs t
St.Augu.&tner Dec.30r1884. Orange County Reporter.FLORIDA there has been ten years in which 3[ Bell New York; S Clement, Milwaukee; Wilson, Thomas Williams, Simmons t
the lands granted therein were available R C Hannah, Chicago; R T Smili, Atlanta, Wilson, R E Wilson, Surry.
FRUIT EXCHANGE. Ga;' Edward F Jackson, New York; JohnA Williams Jacob Walstein, Ed
JOT pOR to aid in the construction of the Geo Wilson AltredWashington :
CL-i. JIOROUS OFFICE. It is desired that fruit Hendeman Tallahasse; J Sloan, Jacksonville Wright,
lti'ashin every grower road. From :May 19, 1856, to Janu- ; W H Kelley, Owatoma, Me; DrEW Wabby Ward.EJ i
glow newspaper correspondent in the State shall become a member 17 1861 is four and Snyder and wife. City; H S Morse, Wright, Ben "Williams HenryWashington ;
tnts ary years eight Warren Joe Stephen t t'Yaf.son
somewhat surprised that Miss N Sparry, Brunswick; Alex Levrett ,
and share in the advantages of months. From March 1883 to the Lewis Williams Counsel
o far applicants for office from the and wife.Xew.York; Mr and Mrs C W Hill- ,
South have the Exchange. Subscription of stock present time is four years, making yer, F C Hand, Orlando; II L )Muller Berlin -
appeared in Washington I and 0; Almon Gourney, Jr. New York ; Young.. Henry Yulee, C W .,
Then have hunted pretty diligently: may be sent to either of the follow- altogether eight years eight II Bergess. Philadelphia; J M Currie N Y ; Yulee, D I. '
Sfu the :Southern oflice-5? eke; and named who di- months of time during which the Florence M Coleman, Dun el1esg; Mrs A M EMIL O. FRIEND, ;
ing gentlemen are .
'CitClerk.
wthough validity of the comyany's claim has Geo C Fuller James Fuller Philadelphia ;
thet l theha.e found a few, rectors of the. company: Geo. H. been,recognized and the lands couldbe .w H Playford and wife, Norristown, Pa; Fernandina, Fla., February : /.1885. .
t )13"e not been able to telegraph Mrs Carter Columbus, 0; J A Clark and
j th ear papers, that the South is clamS Norris, Spring Garden; James A. used for the purposes intendedby wife Pulaski. N Y ; W II T *'-,\rt. II Tag- The Human System is H Kind .
Harris Citra T. C. Lanier Lees- Congress.Forida Herald.The gart: Watertown N Y: J Ullinghastand
,S HS for.the offices, and that there ; wife,Buffalo Mrs G W Porter Minneapolis; of Machine. one part Is seriouslyout
read, enough applicants from burg; M. J. Doyle, Sanford; W. O. Florida Historical Society. Mr and Mrs H Hayes Newark, N J ; II F of order the whole goes wrong. The-
th e southern Crosby and wife, R H Crosby, New York; : blood in circulation is the mainspring.
tn mi States in Washington Stanton, San Mateo; D. Greenleaf, To the Editor of the Florida Mirror. Miss'"E W Burnap, Miss E ,Adams.Baltlmore. Keep this all right and you will not suffer F

every office in the gift of the E: Bean, E. Higgins, Jacksonville; Nearly thirty years ago, the Florida His- ; Geo W Taylor, Miss Jackson, E B from Kidney and Liver disorders. Piles and
Uement The great crowd that iseIUlandinor torical Society was formed at St. Augustine.The McCuen. Mrs Haskin, England; Geo R Constipation. And, in offering" you Dr. i iKennedy's
I recognition 1. membership, as the editor of the of the human machine ever discovered '-
"W H Goulding, L R Goulding, Massachusetts regulator
VT l and West. $100 each, ten per cent payable Mirror need not be reminded embraced ; T J Morris and wife, NII Morris and we oblige the sick and suffering"more '

i is probable that-the pressure for. when stock is fully taken. gentlemen from different parts of Florida, wife, Baltimore. than we oblige Dr. Kennedy. .-


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MEMORY. passed ;between husband and wife I he always smoked a pipe with! father I started about,an hour before the Panagia it, and that now the statue was the
f' realized that some mystery was, attached once a week.; lie had known '.me (Madonna) had opened 'the I wonder of the Western world.
I Memory Sweet as! the Thy voice bell we bear' i to their union,''which, I forth- all my life s"a steady lad, who gates of the East, with a mule and degrees I learnt how relentless for Bv*
Solemn, and low vesper, yet clear.; with made it my business to solve. only got drunk'on feast days. Per- panniers to remove the stones. I, eigners like you, Effendi, do
As of the past ye tell! "I always call her 'my statue," haps he will give his consent,'. whis- worked hard enough when I got there, down from time to time on these swoop
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I! Sounding Life was not the lived sweet in refrain-vain! and he -slapped'' her 'on" the back'to pered my''' 'mother: putting foolish for the morning was cold, and I was lands and carry home what is worth is
Is show that, at any rate, she was of hopes into ,my' -brain. Poor old wo- beginning to find that the harder I thousands of! drachmas, after
Memory. Unfold the past! pretty hard material. man! she was grieved to see her fa- worked the! less time I had for thought. next to nothing for them. A week giving
Throw upon wide the door! "Can have married Ga- vorite and ill listless at Stone after stone removed ] or
E'en though in shadow cast. Pygmalion looking worn' was pan- two later I learnt from the Demarch's
Yet would we see once more, latea after all?" I remarked, for the his work, and forever incurring the nier-Ioad'after'' pannier-load .was emp- !lips how strict the Greek government
Unstained by soil or rust moment forgetting the ignorance of blame of father and brothers; only tied down the cliff, and fell rattling IS, that no marble should leave
the
Those who've returned to dust! ; my friends on such topics, but'a Greek when I talked to her about' Kallirhoedid in the ,brushwood, rousing the par- country, and that they never
Memory! Alas, the tone never admits that he does not under- my face brighten a little, so she tridges and crows as they fell. Aftera anything like the value for the give
Changes: for now again stand, and Nikola replied, "No; her said one day, Papa Manoulas is kind; couple of'' hours' work the moundwas themselves, but that sometimes things tJV
from i
Wrung Tolls of a bitter the heart pain,!a groan name is Kallirhoe, and she was the likely enough he may wish to see Kal- rapidly disappearing, when I came dealing with a foreign effendi in Athens
Shows by the falling tear priest's, daughter." Having now lirhoe happy.' So one evil day I.consented '- 'across something white projecting up- good prices have been got and the-
Mem'ry's not always dear! broached the subject, Nikola was all to my mother's plan, that she ward. I looked at it closely ; it was a government eluded.
Memory,! Enough I pray ., anxiety to continue it: he seated himself should go and propose for me." marble foot. More stones were removed "Poor me! in those days my hopes
Thou wilt be silent now! on one chair, his wife took another, Some explanation is,here necessary.At and disclosed a marble leg, a grew very, very small indeed. How
No See'bt more thou return this! furrowed Away! brow? ready to prompt him, if necessary, and Sikinos, as in other remote cornersof body, an arm, a head, another arm, could I, an ignorant peasant, hope to
These lines show care and woe! remind him of .forgotten facts., I sat Greece, they,still keep up a custom: which had been broken off by the get any money from anybody? So I
Can'st thou efface them? No on the divan ; between 113 was the called proxenia. The man' does not weight of the stones, lay close by. thought less and less about my statue:
-Dr.Howard W. Long. brazier; the only cause of interruption propose in person, but sends an old] female Though I was somewhat astonished at and more and more about Kaliirhoe'until :
came from an exceedingly naughty relative to seek the girl's hand the discovery, yet I did not suppose it my face grew haggard again, and
ROMANCE OF A STATUE. child, which existed as a living tes- from her parents ; this old woman to be of any value. I had heard of my mother sighed.
--- timony that this modern Galatea had must have on one. stocking white and things of this kind being found before. "My statue had been in her
i I cannot tell you the story just as recovered from her transformation into the other red or brown.U My father had an ugly bit of marble nearly a"ear"laughetl Nikola, grave"and
Nikola] told it to me, with all that flow stone. stockings'of two,,colors make'me thinkwe which came out of a neighboring: tomb. after the way of the world she was
of language common in a Greek, my "I was a gay young fellow in those shall have an'offer," sings an island However, I did not throw it over the nearly forgotten, when one dav a
I memory is not good enough for that ; days," began Nikola. poem. Nikola's mother went thus cliff with the other stones, but I putit caique put in to Sikinos, and two -foreign -
' but the facts, and some of his quaint Five years ago last carnival time," garbed, but returned with a sorrowfulface. on one side and went on again with effendi Franks, I believecameup
expressions, I can recount, for these I put in the wife, but she subsided on a I was made to eat gruel]," she my work. to the town; they were the first
:F ; :shall never forget. My travel took me frown from her better half; for Greek said, using the common expression 'in "All day long my thoughts kept reverting i. that had visited our rock since the
to a distant island of the Greek Archipelago husbands never meekly submit, like these parts fora refusal, "and nobodyate to the statue. It was so very German who had opened the graveson
{ called Sikinos, last winter, an English ones, to the lesser portion of more than I did. Next day Papa lifelike-so 'different from the stiff, the hillside, and had carried off a
island only to be reached by a sailing command, and the Greek wife is the Manoulas called at our house. :My ugly marble figures had seen; and it lot of gold and precious things. Sow
' ; boat, and here, in quarters of the humblest pattern of a weaker vessel, seldom sit- heart stood still as he came in, and was so much larger, too, standing e all stared. at them very hard, and
1 nature, I was storm-stayed for .ting down to meals, cooking, spinning, then bubbled over like a seething vine nearly four 'feet high. Perhaps, gathered in crowds around the De-
: five long days. Nikola had been my slaving-a mere chattel, in fact. vat when he asked to speak to me thought I, the Panagia has put it march's door to get a glimpse of them,
muleteer on an expedition I made to a "I was the youngest of six-two alone. 'You are a good fellow, Kola,' here-perhaps it is a sacred, miracle- as they sat at the table. I was one of
remote corner of the island, where still sisters and four brothers, and we four he began. Kallirhoe loves you, andI working thing, such as the priests find the crowd, and as I looked at them I
are to be traced the ruins of an ancient'' worked day after day to keep our old wish to see you! happy;' and I had in spots like tnis. And then suddenly thought of my buried statue, and my
Hellenic town, and about a mile fromit father's land in order, for we were fallen on his neck and .kissed him on I remembered how, when I was a boy, hope flickered again.
a temple of Pythian Apollo. He very poor and had nothing to live both cheeks before he could say : 'Waita a great German effendi had visited "Very soon the report went about
,was a fine stalwart fellow of thirty or upon except the produce of our land. bit, young man; before you marry Sikinos, and was reported to have dug | among us that they were miners from
thereabouts ; he had a bright intelli- We worked every day in the year except her you must get together just a little up and carried away with him price- Lurion, come to inspect our island
gent face, and he wore the usual island feast days, starting early with our money ; I 'will be 'content with 1,000 less treasures. Is this statue worth and see if we had anything valuablein
; costume, namely, knickerbockertrousers ; ploughs, our hoes and our pruning drachmas (401). "When you have thatto anything? was the question which the way of minerals; and my father,
of blue homespun calico, with a hooks, according to the season, return- offer for Kallirhoe's dower you shall hauntod me all day, and which I whose vision it had been for years to
fullness, which hangs down betweenthe ing late, driving our bullocks and our be married.' thousand drachmas!l' would, have given ten years of my find a mine and make himself rich
legs, and when full of things, for mules before us. On feast days we muttered'' I. May the God of the ra- young life to solve. thereby, was greatly excited, and off-
it is the universal pocket, wabbles danced on the village square. I usedto vens help] me!"' (an expression denot- "When my day's work was over I ered to lend the strangers his mules.
t,. about like the stomach of a goose; on look forward to those days, for thenI ing impossibility) "and I burst into put the statue on to my mule, and i The old man was too infirm to go
b his head he wore a faded old fez, his met Kallirhoe, the priest's daughter, tears." The men of modern Greece !, carefully covered it over, so that no i himself, greatly to his regret, but he
,; feet were protected from the stone by&ndals who danced the syrtos best of all the when violently agitated cry as readilyas one might see what I had found; for sent me as a muleteer, with directionsto
r of untanned skin, and he car- girls, tripping as softly as. Nereid," cunning Ulysses, and are not though I was hopelessly ignorant of conduct the miners to certain pointsof
ried a long stick in his hand with said Nikola, looking approvingly at ashamed of the fact. what the value of my discovery mightbe the island, and to watch narrowly
; which to drive his mule. his wife. I had seen the syrtos at Si- "I remember 'well that evening," yet instinct prompted me to keep everything they picked up. Many
fI '' Sikinos is perhaps the most unat- kinos, and I could testify to the fact continued Nikola. "I left the houseas it to myself. It was dark when I times during the day I was temptedto
, tainable corner of Europe, being nothing that they danced it well, revolving in it was getting dusk, and climbed reached the village, and I went tell them all about my statue and
but a barren harborless rock in light wavy lines backward, forward, down the steep: path to the sea.. I straight, to the store, sorely perplexedas my hopes, but I remembered what
the middle,of the jEgean sea, possess now quick, now,slow, until you do not wandered for hours among the wild to what to do with my treasure. the Demarch had said about greedy
ing as a fleet one caique, which occasionally wonder that the natives imagine those mastic nand}tli *rb l1shwC1od. My feet There was no time to bury it, for I foreigners robbing poor islanders. ,So
' ; J, goes to a neighboring island mystic beings they call Nereids to be refused to carry me home that night, had met one of '''mv brothers, who I contented myself with ,asking all
where the steamer stops, to see if forever dancing thus in the caves and so I lay down on the floor in the little would tell them at home that I had sorts of questions about Athens; who
there are any communications from The syrtos is a semicircular white church dedicated to my patron returned; so all in haste I hid the cold was the richest foreign effendi there,
:, the outer world, and four rotten fish- dance of alternate young men and saint down the harbor, where we go white thing in the grain in the corner, and did he buy statues? what sort ofa
ing boats, which seldom venture more maidens, holding each other by hand- for our.annual festival when the priest trusting that no one would find it, and thing was the custom, and should I,
than a hundred yards from the shore. kerchiefs, not from modesty, as one blesses the waters and our boats. went home. I passed a wretched who came from another part of Greece,
a The fifteen hundred inhabitants of the might at first suppose, but so as to :Many's the time, as a lad, I've jumpedinto night, dreaming and restless by turns. be subject to it if I went? I sighedto
rock lead a monotonous. life in two give more action to their limbs, and in the water )to fetch out the cross Once I woke up in horror, and foundit go to Athens.
1 villages, one of which is two hundred dancing this dance it would appear which the priest throws into the sea difficult to dispel the effects of a "All! day I watched them closely,
: years old, fortified and dirty, Nikola and Kallirhoe first felt the ten- with a stone tied to it on this occasion ; dream in which I had sold Kalliihoe noted what sort of stones they pickedup
t' t and called the Kastro," or the camp; der passion of love kindled in their and many's the time I've been the to a prince and married the statue by noted their satisfaction or dissatisfaction -
the other is modern, and about five breasts. But between the two a great ]lucky one to bring it up and get a. few mistake. And next day my heart and as I watched them an
.' 1 minutes'walk from the camp, and is gulf was fixed, for marriages among a coppers for my wetting. That nightI stood still when my father went downto idea struck me-an idea which made
, 11 called "the other place;" s.o nomenclature peasantry so shrewd as the Greeks are thought of tying a stone round my the store with me, shoved his hand my heart leap and tremble with ex
in Sikinos is simple enough. The not so easily settled as they are withus. own neck and jumping into the sea, so into the grain and muttered that we citement.
inhabitants are descended from certain Parents have absolute authorityover that all traces of me might disappear."I must send it to the mill to be ground. i "That evening I told my father
refugees, who, two hundred years ago, their daughters, and never allow could not' make up my mind to That very night I went out with a some of those lies which hurt nobody,
fled from Crete during a revolution them to marry without a prospect, face any one all next day, so I wan- spade and buried my treasure deep in, and are therefore harmless, as the
I t And built the fortified village up on and before providing for any son a dered among the rocks, scarcely remembering the ground under the straggling bran- priests say. I told him I had acquireda
'; the hillside out of the reach of the pirates father's duty is to give his daughtersa to feed myself on the few ches of our fig-tree, where I knew it great knowledge of stones that day,
.\ #. and remained isolated from the house and a competency, and he ex- olives I had in, my pocket. I could would not be likely to be disturbed. that I knew where priceless mineralswere
;: w world ever since. Before they came, pects any suitor for their hands to do nothing but sing The Little Caique, Never was a poor fellow in such perplexity to be found; drew upon my ima-
Sikinos had been uninhabited since present an equivalent in land and which made me sob and feel better. as I was, the possessor of a gination about possible hidden stores:
- J the days of the ancient Greeks. The farm stock. The result of this is to Toward evening I returned home. marble woman whose value I could of gold and silver in our rocky Sikinos. -
only two men in the place who have create an overpowering stock of maiden My mother's anxious face told me not learn, and about whom I did not I saw that I had touched the
r traveled-that is to say, who have ladies and to drive young men that she, too, had suffered during my care one straw, while I yearned aftera right chord, for though he always
.been as far as Athens-are the De- from home in search of fortunes and absence; and out of a pot of lentil woman whose value I knew to be a told us hard-working lads that an
4, march, who is the chief legislator of wives elsewhere. soup which was simmering on the em- thousand drachmas, and whom I could olive with a kernel gives a boot to a
, F the island, and looked up to as quite This was the breach which was fixed bers, she gave me a bowlful, and it re- not buy. My hope, too, was renderedmore man, yet I felt sure that his inmost
,: A man of the world, and Nikola, the between Nikola and Kallirhoe-apparently freshed me. To my dying day I shall acute by the vague idea that ideas soared higher, and that he was,
muleteer. a hopeless case, for Nikola never forget my father's and brothers' perhaps my treasure might prove to like the rest of the Sikiniotes, deeply
.+ I:must say that the last thing I ex- had sisters and brothers and poverty- wrath. I had wilfully absented myself be as valuable as Kallirhoe, and I imbued with the idea that mineral
pected to hear in Sikinos was a romance stricken parents; he never could so.. for a whole day from my work smiled'to think of the folly of the man treasures, if only they can be found,
:k but on one of the stormy days much as hope to call a spade his own; I was called *a;: '''peacock,.' *a burnt_ who would be likely to prefer the cold would give a man more than boots.
; of detention there, with the object of during all his life he would have"to man,' (equivalent to a fool) ',no man marble statue to my plump, warm "From that day my mode of life
' whiling away an hour I paid a visit to i drudge and slave for others. They at all,' 'horns,' :and any other bad Kallirhoe. Butthey tell me that you was changed. Instead of digging in
Nikola in his clean white house in could not run away-that never occurred name that occurred to them. For' cold Northerners have hearts of mar- the fields and tending the vines I
' Nr "the other place." He met me on the to them, for the only escape days and weeks after this I.was the' ble, so I prayed to the Panagia and wandered aimlessly about the island
', threshold with a hearty We have from Sikinos was by the'I solitary most miserable, down-trodden Greek i all the, saints to send some one who collecting specimens of stones. I chose
well met," bade me sit down on his caique. "I had heard rumors," con- alive, and all on account of a- woman." i would take the statue away, and giveme them at random-those which had
livan, and sent his wife-a bright, tinued Nikola, "of how men from And here Nikola came to a stop, and' money enough to buy Kallirhoe."I some bright: color in them were the
buxom young woman-for the customary other islands] had gone to faroff.coun. ordered his wife to fetch him another was much more lively now; my best-and every evening I added some
coffee, sweets and raki; he rolledme tries and returned rich, but how couldI glass of raki i to moisten..his throat.j father and brothers had no cause to fresh specimens to my collection, which
a cigarette, which he carefully who had never been off this rock in No Greek can talk or sing long with- 'scold me any longer, for I had hope; were placed for safety in barrels in the
licked, to my horror, but which I all my life?" out a glass of raki. i every eveningnow I went to the cafe store. Don't say a word to the neIghbors -
dared not refuse to smoke, cursed the "I should have had to travel by About two months after thesaevents I to talk, and all the energy of my ex- was my father's injunction; andI
weather, and stirred the embers in the one of those steamers which I had ," began Nikola with renewed istence was devoted to one object, really believe they all thought my
brazier preparatory to attacking me seen with their tail of smoke on the vigor, "my father ordered me to clear namely, to get the,Demarch to tell me reason was leaving me, or how ehe
with a volley of questions. I always horizon, and about which I had pon- away a heap of stones which occupied all he knew about the chances of sell could they account for my daily wan-
disarm inquisitiveness on such occasions dered'many a time, just like you, sir, a corner of a little' terracevineyardwe ing treasures in that big world where derings?
by being inquisitive myself. may look and ponder at the stars;;: and owned on a slope near the churchof the steamer went, without letting him "In about a month's time I had
,"How long have. you been married?" ponder at the stars; and to' travel I Episcopy. We'always thought the know that I had found anything. collected enough specimens for my
How many children have you ?" should require money, which I well stone had been put there to support'the After many fruitless efforts, one day purpose, and then, with considerable
"How, old is your wife?" and by the knew my father would not give me, earth from falling from the terrace the Demarch told'.ine how, in the old trepidation, one evening I disclosed
time I had asked half a' dozen such for he wanted me for his slave. My above, but it lately pccurred to my Turkish days, before he was born, a my plan to ray father. Something'
questions, Nikola, after the fashion of only' hope, and that was a small one, father that it was only a heap of loose peasant of Melos had found. statueof must be done with those specimens, I
the Greeks, had forgotten! his own was that the priest, Papa Manoulas, stones which had been cleared off the a woman called Aphrodite, just as I began; and as I said this I saw with
would be field and thrown there when the vineyard had found mine in of his old sparkle as he
thirst:: for knowledge in his desire to Kallirhoe's father: not too a heap stones; pleasure eyes
satisfy mine. In Nikola's case unpar- hard on us when he saw how we loved was made, and the removal of that the peasant had got next to nothing tried to look unconcerned.
alleled success attended this maneuver each other. He had been the priestto which would add several square feet for it, but, that :Mr. Brest, the "'Well, Kola] what is to be done
and from the furtive smiles which dip me in the font at my baptism; to the small holding. Next morning French Consul, made a fortune out of with them?"
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'Sl'mll this, father. I must take ;" Mother spilt a jug of water on the: _, Atnputatlon'ofihe. .Leg.. *, I Sherifl'M' KaleM'I'
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"to Athens or Laurion, amlfcgVt' threshold, as an earnest of success and' v :Money> is llie'l'li; rS (nec'sit; ti andnone : .j> I"( f v : '.t" ., v .1..J:i .iT -
them but fool affect I OHOME! MAHUrMTURt} >Y VIRTUE _OF AN EXECUTi01I .
will
money down. for showing the effl.itd a' happy return 11 f' father ilnd/my it. -a cymcoru Abram to despise ) issued out of the Girt-nit Court of the
Mr. Ellsworth
,There the mines, ai'y e tun t t work brothers. ';came down to ,the store to Ewen( : Ulster county'N. Y..' had, of realized Port : '. ourih drutfitof Florida foFNaswwCounty:: ,

ourselves. help me put the' box on the mule's the truth. His,disease,involved the wholeof .J .. ,r'r "> Vi ': ;> .,1 ., ., 'f" September 5th, 18 7. in favor .of Adam': CDun'iam .
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them ? *. against Andrew M? June* I: !1'iaVelevied ;
Laurion !exclaimed back 'and' his thigh-bone, nndthe. suffering. man .', .:' ,. ... ,
To Athens or greatly they murmured at looked forxvard, not' without; reason j : :.: ..1'\.f.: ,,!,.t..1\' .- .:-p. ;,"'".-.- ."t 4!. 1 ,, upon as the property of said 'defendant -
father breathless at the bare men the weight thereof! There's gold apparent ;-' "!'? '. and will sell 'at public auction' 'owiHe-
to death! as hisonly'deliverer. The family .
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Oy ,I ti Monday of April, 1-\:\&). in front of the
tion of PO stupendous a. journey! :;; there, muttered my father beneath physician refused to amputate the limb, courthoUMjdoor'iH Fcrnaiuliiia in said

"Of course! I IDU t.." I adHed laugh- his breath. 'Kola will be a prince asserting'hat patientonthespot.the operation Dr.'Da eld xx-ould KENNEDY kill the county. to satisfy. ..:said: i!!?e\iTtiton.. the! ; s;.!ff w-
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'nZ though secretly terrified lest he some day, growled my eldest brother of Roundout, N. Y., who was consulted, ing property to-wu: : One undivided'third
should Hitiy refuse to let. me go, and jealously, and I promised to make held a different opinion;and amputated the part of the tract of land, containing :about
bed him of Santorin limb. The Doctor then administered freely ]'FLORIDA | HIRRORTTAVING # five hundred acre more or rep:: ;kno\yii as
Demarchof
before 1 went to that night my Eparch or his Blood the buarrez tract, situated on Amelia Island! }
great FAVORITE RE)
promised to give me ten drachma Sikinos if he liked that better. EDY to afford Specific and : in said county at a place called Black
father tone to the
strength system Point, it being the land prig'rally granted!
The bustle'of "
for my expenses. 'Only take a the journey hardly and prevent the return of the disease, by the Spanish Government and confirmed! 4
Kola the me a moment for thought. I and Mr. Ellsworth remains'to this day in .,
fel\ of your specimens, ; keep gave to the heirs of Antonio Suarrez and afterwards -
the bloom of health. This gentleman's'disease ....., ., ., .,, ,
back for my father is a shrewd was very ill crossing over in the caiquefor : ,1' > : :: owned by Robert Harrison deceased ; I
best ; was the offspring of foul.blood, and .. ,
also, undivided third of the
left los which time cowardice ; one part one
though he has never SII mos. during my Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY purifiedthe
man hundred and fifty acres of land adjoiningsaid
But on this point I was determined, came over me again, and I wondered blood, and restored to him the power Suarrez tract, which were purchased by .
once more to his life. Are
and would take all or none, so my if Kallirhoe was worth all the ing from any enjoy disease traceable to you the suffer-same said Robert Harrison, deceased, from John :

father grumbled and called me a 'pea- ,trouble I was taking; but I was lost cause? Try Favorite Remedy. Your druggist C. Pelot, being a part of the James Pelot '
grant the said undivided third! part in each 1
cock: but for this I did not care. in astonishment at the steamer-so as- : has it. ONE DOLLAR a bottle. ,Bearin of said two tracts of land having been conveyed -

"Xext day I ordered a box for my tonished that I had no time to be Dr.mind David the KENNEDY proprietor's, Roundout name and, N.address Y. : BOOK by Robert Harrison:: Jr., an heir at

ecimens. 'Why not take them in sick, so I was able to eat some olives To Keep the Blood Pure is the law of Robert Harrison deceased, to said
defendant also of land -
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s( ; a parcel on
the old barrels: ?' growled my father.But that evening, and as I lay on my mat- principal end ofinyentiIShsanddiscoveriesin BINnERI Amelia Island, conveyed December 21st, 1
I said they might get broken, and tress on the steamer's deck as we hur- medicine. To this object probably no oll'ehas 18G5, by Ephraim Harrison: to said A. M.
contributed than Dr. Da-
more signally
Jones, the deed being recorded in Book G. ,
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ried toward the Pirceus I ..
the specimens inside be seen. So at on ponderedover vid Kennedy of Roundout, N. Y., in the pages) 503 and 504. of the records of said
last t a wooden box, just four feet longand what I should do on reaching production of a medicine which has become county, which'land is there described as a i
famous until the title of the
land "Favorite Rem tract of land known as the Ephraim Harrison i
feet
two high, was got ready-not -
It all "
impurities the
edy removes of
without difficulty either, for wood in "You know what the Piraus is Blood, regulates the disordered Liver*and land share bounded of the on Samuel the north Harrison by: Anna tract M of. ;

Sikinos is rarer than quails at Christmas like, Effendi?" continued Nikola, after Kidneys, cures Constipation, Dyspepsia and Clark's land on the east by the Atlantic
final and final of raki all diseases and weaknesses peculiar to fe- 1. Ocean, the south Robert Harrison'sland I
!, and my father grumbled not a a pause a glass ; males. J. HORSEY & Co.. ACTS. *, on by

little at the sum he had to pay for it- what a city it is, what bustle and ESTABLISHED A BOOK containing and on one the hundred west by and Half-Moon fifty acres Creek except -,, !1

more than half the proceeds of his vin- rushing to and fro ?" -*-.*-" BINDERY in connection t with our the family cemetery of one acrl }
man! And when I thoughthow'my I had not the heart to tell him that J. A.'ELLERMANNV .
poor Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE f.j
Sheriff of Nassau County Fla.
mother might not be able to in England many a fishing village is .
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AND MANUFACTURE .Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1885-td ;
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and the of excitement zrFINE'SIILLINERY I ..
make any cheesecakes at Easter-the larger, scene greater > :

pride of her heart, poor thing!-I ......................................,.......................... NOTICE :,
almost regretted the game I was playing "They all laughed at me for my TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : :'
Notice is hereby given that I have been,
box island accent .
heavy ,
.my my appointed Administrator of all and singularthe

The Easter cheesecakes of the islandare island dress, and if it had not been .:..............................................................: goods, chattels, rights and credits of
what they profess to be; cheese, for a \kind palUkari I had met on the .ALL KINDSOF William S. Rawson, deceased ; and all cred-
-ATKING'S ; I itors of said estate, legatees and persons entitled -
curd, caffion and flour being the chief steamer, I think I should have gone to distribution are notified to present

ingredient's. They are reckoned an mad. The officers of the custom their claims and demands, duly attested,, "

essential luxury at that time of the house were walking about on the quay BAZARHATS within two years from this date, and that
the same will be barred unless exhibited if
year, and some houses make as manyas peering suspiciously into the luggageof within said period aforesaid. \}

sixty. It is a sign of great povertyand the newly arrived, and naturally, FRED W. HOYT, :i

deprivation when none are made. my heavy box excited their suspicions. BONNETS, RIBBONS, AdministratorEstate

"The caique was to leave next I was prepared for some difficulty of i tBLANK BOOKS Fernandina. ,of Fla.William, February S. Rawson 7, Ihb4., dec'd.Cw ". '

morning if the wind was favorable, for the kind, arid the agony of my interview FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS .

los, where the steamer would touchon quite dispelled my confusion. IN THE, CIRCUIT COURT,

the following day, and take me on "What have you there?" A Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mull Fichus, .. FOURTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT, NASSAU: 1

my wild, uncertain journey. I don't "Specimens," I replied. >\ -ronRAIIiROA -- COUNTY, FLORIDA. i
CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS ,
of what? I
think I can be called a coward for "Specimens I
this occasion. I "Specimens of minerals for the effendi DEXTER HUNTER, 1 *
feeling nervous on Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, vs. I[ .
admit that it was only: by thinking at Laurium." JOHN II. BOYSTON. !I. ATTPHMENT,

steadfastly about Kallirhoe that I Open the box !l' And in an agony All of the Latest Styles. S, Doing business under the j( $1,603.00. i
and of John
of I them off the lid of name style | '
could screw up my courage. When it fright, saw fear Boynton's Son. J 'T TSAID :

was quite dark I, took the wooden keyof my treasure and dive their hands into FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, DEFENDANT, JOHN II. BOY =. :

the store, and, as carelessly as I its contents. STEAMBOATS, ... : ... '. doing business:;; as John Hu 'nton's.: ,
could, said I \\as going to pack my ""Stones !I' said one official. Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear : 'Son::) will hereby take notice of the commencement ;
of the above entitled suit by, 1
% cim.ens. 11y Brothers volunteeredto Worthless stones !' sneered ano- .'' Attachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth !

come and help me, for they were all ther, let the fool go ;' and with scant MERCHANTS: : ",:; Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of I t
mighty civil now it became known ceremony they threw the stones back I-H I I++-t+-II I-M'I +I+I II +I i II I I I IM!+- Nassau, Florida; and is notified to appear, 1;
demur to the declaration filed 1 ,
that I bound the box and shoved and U M R GAMES. plead or
for into
was Athens to make me my $1; : ;t; therein, on or before the first Monday iu

heaps of money, but I refused their box away with a curse. +I+-i M+-t! M-j- till{ II I I I'M M-j-1- EANXS, ETC March next, or judgment by default will be:. ;;
with I free wheresoeverI taken herein on behalf of Dexter Hunter,'
help a surly good-night, and was now to go the named. i.

set off into the darkness alone with wished, and with the aid of my Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, plaintiff'above It. '\ DAVIS, :

my spade. I was horribly nervous as friend I found a room into which I H. J. BAKER '?

I went along; I thought I saw a Ne- put my box, and as I turned the key, :MARBLES, KITES, ETC. Attorneys for Plaintiff :
Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 28, U 84. l-3m
-AL6O- !
reid or a Lamia in every olive tree. and sallied forth on my uncertain errand -

At the least: rustle I thought theywere I prayed to the Panagia Odege- -ALSO- In the Circuit Court, ;

swooping down upon me, and I tria to guide'my footsteps aright. Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.KING'S FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU

would carry me off into the air and I : "The next few days were a periodof COUNTY, FLORIDA.

should be made to marry one of those I intense anxiety for me. In subdued DAVID WILSON and EBEX

terrible creatures and live in a mountain ;. whispers I communicated to the con- : BAZAR, MOSIC I MAGAZllm HEm ArER I S HUNTING doing business j '

cavern, which would be worse suls of each nation the existence of my Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. as WILSON & IICSCTBO, ,I Attachment.JOHN _.
vs.
than losing Kallirhoe altogether; but treasure. One had the impudence to II. BOYNTON, doing ( ..\111 oun t. ,0;1('Oro. _

St. Nikolas and the Panagia helpedme ] offer me only 200 drachmas for it, an- -..AMIJEE.ZODZOALS)- business under the name i j i r ontl. $3,4O.

and 1 dug my statue up.itLIJut\ other 300, another 400, another 500; and style of JOHN BOYNi i
TON'S SON.::) JDEFENDANTS
molestation.() each 100
then advancing
.. came again, WILL TAKE NOTICE ,
':Ni.vu i :. .a great weight to carry drachmas on their former bids, and so R.: .-US-JIX1'T: : tlICl1t of suit in the above :

*!; ".\ m\s.i. ] but at last I got her my spirits rose, until at last a grand entitled cause by attachment i imd out of

, 11(1,( ;ii-i i r new coffin, wedged her in, effendi came down from Athens, and MANUFACTURER OF the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit,
in and for the County of Nassau, anil are
salt' cat a last, almost affectionate without hesitation offered me 1,000 I Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND notified to appear in s aid cause: on or before
:wk at this marble representation of drachmas. 'Give me fifty more for the first Monday\ in April next or judgment

4Ietihich: had been so constantly in the trouble of bringing it and youshaH DEALER IN BOUND in ALL STYLES by default will be entered therein upon failure -
on the part of said defendant to plead
NV thoughts for months and months, have it,' said I, breathless with answer or demur to the declarations! filed

and} ?finally proceeded to bury her with excitement, and in five minutes the I I R OrrIC E dC00EST0S T in said cause on or before the first Monday

specimens! covering her so well that long-coveted money was in my hands. 1ALOJ an -AND ATREASONABLE- iii May, 1885. Attorney II. J.for BAKER l'JaintitI

not a vestige of marble could be seen My old father was very wroth JOHN A. EDWARIH,

for three inches below the surface. when I: returned to Sikinos, and when Clerk of the Circuit Court,

What a weight the box was! I couldnot he learnt that I had done nothing In and for the County ofXa aul"la., .
PRICES Fernandina Fla., Dec. 27.1884-311I0. "
lift it myself, but the deed was with my specimens. The brightnesshad

dote. BO I nailed the lid on tightly gone out of his. yes; he was more _ d'd'1IX111OIXIIIIPIXIIi011WWWAf1 d'l' n In the Circuit Court Fourth; Judicial -

anti' .deported what was over ;C.my opprobious than ever, but I cared nothing Circuit. Xassau Comity,. .
Florida In Chancery.
sl'eelmens in the hole where the statue for what he said. :My mother t

had been and then I had her cheesecakes Easter Sun- LOVIE EUGENIA SUTTON I
lay on
reposing, ,: t ., -.. ';. ; vs. }[DIJ"ORCB.DA
down '
on the floor to rest, not daring day, and on that very day Kallirhoeand 'I'btiF '; ,- ;: YID HUNTER SUTTOS. t

tClP( > out again or leave my treasure. I were crowned." t'J6r MOTION OF THE COMPLAINANTby f

thrnl' > <*ht it never would be morning ; Thus ended Nikola's romance. If ON her counsel, John T. & George "". I I
Walker, (it being made to appear to my sat- i
"'' :' 11"111'| nf' the night I looked out ever I go to St. Petersburg I shall isfaction that the.Judge; of the Fourth Circuit -

: : ,\ was any fear of a change look carefully for Nikola's statue in SEND IN YOUR WORK. of Florida i is disabled by illness to attend !

:: blew quietly and stea- the Hermitage collection, which I understand to the duties of tai: alike), and, 01 reading '
and considering the Bill and the :
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'(:? ill!<' north; it was quite clear was its destination.-The affidavit thereto attached it i is ordered 'that .:
Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
"1 -!.: ild' be able to make Ios Gentleman's Magazine. a hearing be had on the facts charged in the '
':" 1 said Bill the first Monday in May, 1885 :
on
lilO! hlM,:! without difficulty. .
ally ---'-'---
COOKL UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, at Chambers. ;
!* .'t'{' as it was light I went Those ISlimliiig Headaches ; THOMAS F. KING, Judge.' ;

.. ,' : 'luther was up, and pack-: I remember know what I have they been mean a' victim ever since to them I can," LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, i; ;. : : .,: ,.::: .,' .+:.. --- <_., January 3d, 188:>. 10-rn !
J. ---
\\.1.1![ a with bread and %olives. said Mrs.: J. Nichols, nf Rochester, N. Y. "I .1 .J

new cover on my mat- could understand what the author meant WROUGHT-IRON l'IPES.Lin'I 'r r i. CKEAi*.4I4 a COOP.t !
i take: with : when he said : Life is sometimes not worth I '
i was to; me.r t
8 p ;
j tiring: Bv the in t'rest chancs I heard of SATISFACTION'GUARANTEED E. .s
\ ,t'onld'iiardly speak, Dr. D vid 1 nJy's Fs orate Eemedj.' I ; X WELLS .SPECIALTY: w .. --oM.. ...:J V n i;......< "-' C o t..1!'iooi:: :
&b+3 at -nj departure;' tinted its virtue: and it trill TrctLe i r -HEW: AID SE;;280Bg ; iii. :

I father looked with transformation for me ; I am nosreally prutl- J ; Y-hT lOW PtttCES :
;
on : anew creature.V. ." HftlN AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.jl All KINDS trCanaIbed ff ..'\ ..... .. '
and JI wlitr* .I sat starwindo :' Orders for Tin.Getters promptly filled. Orrr.o Box md sht cte 3Ls btna
*, Kailir'in h DOTH IN STYLE AND THICKS.Address CuI GIll, raw :tfW. l'!uaer... 1amwtit &rttr
'to Mills for water
see Wind pumping or running
; ..., .
\ I:. nlJ..Ur'Da'lr] ; (':tt1\!() 'M ar.1 :: ""r.1"'rln=-
s erected : _
the* 11.ft, !.; herr U machinery promptly on order. '
AGEXT, Church, Factory and School Bells for sale '. ; IAIL& DDRA1 'jm i'Jfool
hea4&s:: .soon as-I at bargain. J I "
AXD RETAILBUTCHER' a
WHOLESALE
.:; I rushed: out\ to bid ,:. AND STOCK DEALER, jr'Stoves at Wholesale Prices. 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., ccirfctry; 1aTt. Be
S We nolr l hands.: I ,ANDDealer All goods delivered at the various, trans- (Write for Citafc..'ieaid'n.-rtiauthis peper J .
". ""'' 'i e portation stations within the city free of ','
r
.
Yo.. I\ this for twelve mouths ,. .. in Ice '
All sales for cash. '
.2.. :nif} t'' ::1", effect was t.o raise my :..TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, charge. .:': .,:' FLORIDA MIRROR, Spring. and. Summer Clothing-',rr. .>,a., J .'
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.t CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. ..' .
': l;fl fl' lilt;? highest pitch and, ban-- : ...: BROOM STREET WHARF, T' : At New York cost. ; .'.

h all my' !n--turnal' fears. t-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. Fernandina, Fla., July.12, 1854..r FERNANDINA, FLA. AT PAUL FCNz.fs.r ,

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:' THE MIRROft: ;' MARCH ; :
FLORIDA
21 1885.
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. talne'd: a bonus of alternate" sections FLORIDA. HISTORICAL SOCIETY. NOTICE. -
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and 10;000 acres per'mile" A. -highly valued correspondent, NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at
GEORGE R. the 6th day of April at Fernandina. in public ue.thereuf .
the
FAIRBANKS EDITOR.-
whose in County of
: iri'the- communication Nassau
: The -delay : construction of appears as wilt be necessary to pay the amounts due fur taxes for the year 1884 or. so l Deb
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. the Florida System, which Mr. Van our.columns, addresses a number of opposite to the !same together with costs of sale and advertising: herein set

Office corner Centre and First streets second floor Wyck's resolution, supported by Mr. I pertinent inquiries to the Mirror, .: ', e: =

,. Call, attacks, was attributable to the which wewis\it,was inour; powerto OwIfz DESCRIPTIOlf OF LAND 8 x =x oJ 0. m .>::

RATES OF ADVERTISING. and answer relative the Historical t it; k
war its consequences upon the ::.
w 0 <
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for, of of which CIJ E-t c. =-
interests Florida. Society Florida, our <: <:

each subsequent Insertion. Call least correspondent'was a most valuable Atkinson Geo........... All of......................................... ......... 40 --1--2 N' 25 E, I
Mr. should
Special local notices, 15 cents a line. at have been All 0........ ........................................... 47 3 N 2a E,I I -
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. member. We'hope the ventilation f430Armstrong $ 0"
able to defend the people of Florida N ofNESEofN'EIot2ufS !
Special rate for time advertisements upon appli of the \will: 'out- the in- do WI.lkes.. }. S of lot 1 of S 'V }......:.. ............... 11 2 N 2G \ '
cation at the office.Communications. from these charges and sustained the subject bring i Lots 1, 2, 3. 4. 8, 9 and 10-...................... 27 2 '\'.? ;G E I
enterprise of his own State. He formation he desires, and induce the \. Lots 4. 5. 6 and 7................... "................11 3 X 25E1 I 323'303\\ 585
upon all matters of local inter As scribed in a deed on record in book
est solicited from all parts of the county and from blindly follows the Senator from re-establishment upon a permanent Buzzell 1, J. { R." page 400. County Records..,...... it 2 X 28 E I f
along the lines of Florida railways. : footing of the Florida Historical The same for 1883.......... ..... .................. 8 8-
and
Nebraska the
All champions claimsof ,Basquam. Chas.............. Lot 2. block 40. Fernandna!: .................... 7 14
communications intended for publication persons who have just come into Society with a large membership. Bradley, Newton.......... Lot 7. block 77. 'ernandllla_.................. I 5 6 56
should be addressed to the Editor: all business The celebration at St. r NEofSW 1. Nwot SE }.............. 411. 3E 160. 53
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. the State to get land for nothing, and approaching All of...... ............................................. 191 1 S/24 i
of' railways which receive about Augustine of the discovery of Flor- Bryce,'Geo. W............ All of sections: 20. 29 and........................ 30' EI I
SATURDAY, MARCH: 1885. NE.SofSENW.3., iS23F40' ,,
14,000 acres per mile. If Senator ida and the founding of St. Augus- All of sections 25 and.................. ......... 3&,, 1 8 23 E,12801 94 18
tine ought to create a renewed interest As described in a deed on retordin, book I
Call thinks he is helping the inter-
GRANT RESOLUTION.
THE LAND Baxter Daniel........... "P;' pages 34l allll 348. County; Records :
We have read with *much atten- ests of Florida by attempting to for- : nthe preservation, and publication 1 .. ........ .......;.............,.. .......... ....... 46' 3 N 25 E 5
;' S.! oflot 7.; block 4a. Fernandma............ ,
of historical collections in which I
913
tion the full report of the debate on feit this grant of land he is greatly : \* Burney, 'Vm................ 8 E 1 of N E }...................................... 18. 2 X 25E 40 860
mistaken. The people of Floridado our State is_so rich. r In the S E corner of the Pedro Pons
Mr. Van Wyck's resolution. We
r, Booth, J F................. grant or as described in a deed on record I I
i? expressed our surprise last week at.. not recognize a petition signed by THE LAND GRANT DISCUSSION.We 11 in book R," pages 9)\. 'i1 and 230,
County Records. ................................ 1 207
the utterly irrelevant character of John H. Simonton, or by 300 peo- observe that some of our co- Best Wm.................... Lot 1. block 21. lIiJliard.......................... I 7 8.2
the resolution in Executive ses- I ple in any one county, as the voice Booth, W. J.................. Lot 1.......... .......................................... 32 2 K 25E 310
an temporaries draw the hasty infer- Baclilot, J. R............. f Lot 2.......................... ......... ................. 3 4 X 23E'' 5-1 5iS:
+ sion of the Senate, and the whole of'the State. In view of the fact ence that the Senate is about to for- All of...................................................J 38 5 X 241.:I 80
that the Legislature of the State Clay John L....,........... { All of....... ............................................ 40 2 X 27E I 640 SS 6
i proceedings appeared to us entirely feit the land grant to the Florida S part of.............................................. 43 2 Ni27E, ,
' out of place. For reasons best knownto which was in session since the peti- Transit Roads Crane; Win.................... N 'V 1 of S 'V }....... ........................ ..... 2'2 2 N'24' 200 40'' 625
because Senator
;* .:,p Van Capo; Miss................... Lots 3. 4 and 6, block 2. Old Fernandllla.: EI' 115
himself Senator Call has seen fit tion was signed,has taken no such action Wyck of Nebraska has introduceda Counts J. C.................. 8 E 1 ofNE #....................................... 7 28.23EI I. I 3 886(86)!
to discuss a matter which cannot the people will be apt to r Lot in Callahan as described in a deed or I I 401,
. resolution in the special session Cay, Ro, Jr.. agent....... record in book "R," pages 550 and 551,. I iI
think that Senator Call is, to say the and made a speech on it. The reso- I County Records................................. 31
Executivesession I N W corner of Sanchez grant.................
least little 51 2 N 25 E
350
a previous.The lution'is entirely harmless, so far as Dean, 8. S.......;:............ Lot 3. block 22, Hilliar........................ 14 2 5"56
i, ; assault the railway company now people of Florida are primarily action All of (except S 'V 1))....:......................... 35 3 N 24 E 54u!
from
any to result it is con- Dyal D...... ............... { All ofE Watterman grant...................... 38 2 N 24E
in of interested in the of 2021
engaged constructing one the completion cerned, but is calculated to injure, EtofSENWofSElotsland2 2 2N24E '
rail-. the road Lot 10 block 17 23313533,
1 most :.important broad-gauge hio''adgaug to Tampa and the interests ,
of the State, by throw- r Lot
; roads in the State. Charlotte Harbor, and will demand ing a cloud land" 'titles Lot 29 7., block block 268Dickinson 39.Fernand ............... '
upon pre .
; In 1854 the State of Florida justice for all interests involved. We M. Lot 2. block 269 i
, venting settlement in. Florida The S..l Lot 9. block 7, Old Fernandina...............
- adopted a system of railway improvements trust Mr. Call will see that he owes effect the Lots 2. 3 and 4. E of SEofNE.312N 25Ei 517
only resolution and the All of ................................... ...............11 1 N 24E 45 jO
be aided the State- all 'interests and
xlV to by to equal impartial discussion can have is to keep the Eubanks, Eliza........... { Lots 5 and 12, N of N 1VN 'V }. of N 6401
* based a report of the Board of attention. E 1-................................................... 21 4 N 24 E 172' 3 &R
upon lands from being sold or occupiedby Errickson, Martin.......... SWofNW }..................................... 222N24E 40 190
; Internal Improvement, which con- thus Freeman, C.... ................ 'V of lot 13. block 33. Fprnandiul.......
.
CITY INTERESTS.The anybody retarding the set- 493
Jane...........:.....
Faulk wofSWofSWI 1 ofSW }.............
; sisted of David L. Yulee, James T. city election is near at hand. tlement of the'country. Ford. tIrs. Mary............ .............................................344N24E. 14 2 N 24E 5 2 190 56
Archer, Richard H. Long, A. S. Baldwin Our city is in condition ,-. Allen.....................SEofSE }........................................ 29 3N25E 40 401 505
now good : r r SWofS 'V }...................................... 3 1N25E ,
1 and John C. Pelot. The system Senator Pldmb Chairman of the 401
financially, and fairlyso in a sanitary ; I S 1 ofS I. 4 1 N 25E 401
, thus recommended for aid consisted"of Committee on" Public Lande in the Gardner, E. A., est. of.1 E E ofNE 1....................................,..... 9 1 N 25E 40wofN
point of view. Do our citizens \V #............ .......................... lOIN 25 E 401
a railroad between the waters of realize the great improvement goingon debate on Mr. Van'Wyck's, resolu- l Lot 4..................................................... 9 2N27E 79, 440
:. and the St. Johns Green, Philip J.............. In S E corner of.................................... 2 3 N' 26E 60676
ji r' Escambia Bay in the rest of the State: and especially tion, made some. very practical j re- Gany, Chas.....;......_......!.. Lot 4 N 25 E 51\ 4 61

a river at.Jacksonville,with an exten- the.rapid strides, made in the marks upon'the introduction of such ( 4..7 'S23E

sion from some suitable points on interior towns ? Gainesville, Ocala, a resolution'-irFan, executive'sessionl. I S.t{ : :: 2 N 23 E .160 1441.
.p' ,
the line to the waters of St. Andrews ,,}.., .. .1 I Lots 6.7. 8 and 10, N 'V 1 ofSE 1-.......... '4 1 N 231: -
Starke, Waldo, Palatka, Sanford, Orlando .. Lots 2 and 3.............................................8 2 N 23 EESEofNE .401
; ;, Bay, in West .Florida, and the St.. Kissimmee' and 'Tampa are I 1.............. ......... .............. 3:3 2N23E 120 I
/ SV r.ofNE 1................... ..................... 3 5 2 N23 I' 40,,
Marks River, in :Middle Florida, and notable instances of remarkable ad- Green & Connor......... { N E 1. 'V of S E 1. lots 2, 3 and 4......... Z1 2 N 23 E

,,i from Amelia Island, on the Atlantic, vance in growth and prosperity.Even DEATH- OF\MRS.\ D. L. YULEE. I NEofSE }............"...........!:.SE.o.".........33 2N23ENEofSWLNwofNE

: .... .
1 to the waters of Tampa Bay, in South St. Augustine, the ancient city, Our community was greatly shocked ( NWNWofNW }......................... 1N23E 201
w Florida with an extension to Cedar ) W iofSWSEofSE #.................... 2N23ESEofSENEofSE
is now putting forth a new growthand by the intelligence of the sudden 1-............... 2N23ENWofNE
t Key, in East Florida; and also a increasing in and death Washington, on the 16th inst., }................. ..................... 2N23E 240
population N of lot 8............................................ 1N23E 25 242'
::4- canal to connect the Indian River wealth. Fernandina is universally of Mrs. NANNIE WICKLIFFE YULEE, Harris. Daniel ..........,... H. Young Grant.....................................3 3 N WE 321
rr with the St. Johns." wife of the Hon. David L. Yulee. Hunt W. E 1 ofS 'V }....................................... 1N24E 1001 256
admitted to be endowed by nature F..1'S i of lot 5............................................. 4 N' 25E 40I
: ; Florida then had no capital or with remarkable advantages of position The long residence of Mrs. Yulee in Henderson t E }; 0 :SE: }....................................... 4N25E" 841 400Higginbotham
J. S........ of the ....... '
In S corner Christopher grant. 110
means of railroads but 3 N27 E 4 9Haddock
building under -
; and of health and of lo our city and the universal esteem in ,
beauty ,
Paul C....... { N of lot 4..2 3 N 25E 401
,a the plan devised by the Board cation. It is admired by strangersfor which she was held, make this be- SwofSW": ; #_.................................... :i54N25E 713Higginbotham
! .Arthur... S 'V 1 of S E.7 28 23E 40L, 6 77
the system thus sketched out was in the style of its buildings, its gen- reavement feltas a personal loss to Hggnbotham! C........... The Reuben Hogan grant....... ............... 39 3 N 25E. 3o3 1 8 86
'' less than six years the means of of all. Gifted by nature'with all the Higginbotham, Mrs. E... Lots 3 and 4................;......................... 20 4 N 25E 100) 519
r. eral appearance neatness and ele- us Hig;inbotham W. F..... N WI ofN 'V }......................................36 2 N 24 E 40 14 38
building a first-class railroad from gance, and they wonder why it has qualities which adorn true womanhood Hughes, E.....................EofSWIofSWIofSW.34. 4N24E 5 56
Henderson, E. F.. est.. 0 Lots 17 and 18. block 269. 716
Quincy to Jacksonville, a distanceof not a large growth and population.We ; prominent in society for all Hall, J.. H.._.................. All of the Sable grant.......Fernandina 653 9 78
185 miles; and from Amelia Island could readily give a satisfac- those graces which attract admira- Hardy, R. A.................. Lot 1..1 3 4 X 23E 42 190

to Cedar Key, 155 miles, reach- tory explanation of the obstacles tion and respect, she was still !more Part E of line the of Christopher said grant and grant hounded lying on onHigginbotham S

ing the more immediate wants of which retarded its growth in the eminent in the home circle and in A.....-f the Nand E by lands of E \Varden..... 48 3 X 21 EI G3

S the best populated portions of the past, but we do not now propose to the private relations of life for her E Lot 1..i: : : 3 N :!GEl 33\\

c State. The road was also graded discuss the past. There now nothingto kindliness of spirit, sweet courtesiesto : Jones, Hamp...............l. S E 1 3 N N 26 25E EI! 3201'' 4 934 27

from Waldo to Ocala in the direc- retard its rapid development and all in every rank of life, and for Johnson, Dan'l............. W of lot 2.......... ................................. 2512 N 25E 26' 5 05
and would have been Johnson,'Dan'1.............. N ofN E #.......................................... 22, 2 X 24 E 801 2 56
tion of Tampa, growth. On the contrary, everythingis the unostentatious charity which creates Johnson T. W.............. N of SEt.............................................2' 2 N 24E 80 256
completed to that point but for an favorable and those who 'love and friendship..between the Jones, Harley............. 1. S 'V 1 ofS 'V 1-.......................................27 2 N 25 E, 40
'' now, appreciating .Lot 3..................................................... _6' 3 N 25E;; 401 1 4 26
interference with that plan by per- its advantages, take hold giver and the recipient. Her homein J. ......... S In the S 'V corner of the S 'V 1 of the N I
sons in During the four this all her residence Jones. Ramp- E }.................................. .................. 30 2 N .,.,.-)E f,1 I 3 61
power. of its interests will meet with- great city during Joseph, J. E.................. S B 1 ofX' E 1........................................33 3 X'' 26E 40 7 aiS
years of hostilities the roads were, of success. here was known for a hospitalityand E corner of Pelot grant or as described.
Jones,.Mary L..j in a final decree in chancery order
course, going to decay, and a part of We all are interested in a good city kindness; ',vhich was ever extended book page 229..2 N 228E 67 8"1

the iron on the road between Fer- government. Why cannot we unitein to thechance visitor and invited Keckley, J. B................. K E 1. S !..:...........................................22 K 28 E 460 519:
Lang hoses: ...... ........: {, As described in a deed 011 "record'in book ,
nandina and Cedar Key was removed placing office for our city officers guest with equal grace and "p." page365. County Itecords............ 41 2 X' 25E 70 4 2'j

the rolling stock was run down In the Love Samuel...... ........1{ N of subdivision .A of lot 5, block 243.
able, efficient, public-spirited citi- courtesy. ; religious. body being a part of... .................................23 3 N 28 E 4i>
,. and bridges and trestles decayed. zens, who will give their time and with which she was connected she Lang, :\1rs. C...._........:....E ofN 'V #. S \V }..........................:.....I 8 IS 23 E( 143' a.
the railroad Lancaster F. 'tT, ......... 1811bdl\'IsJOn B of Lot 3, block 444, being
Neither companies nor thought to the public interests. Let labored faithfully, and among her ; { a part 01.r ...................................................122 1 3 \i28 E! 6"J'
the people were in a condition to do no good man decline the office let last labors in its behalf were to secure Motes, Mrs. H............... N'V 1 of 8 E&, lot ......... ..................... 1 EI; 89, 6 6)
; Mooney. J.H_............... Lot 25. block 3. Fernandina.................... 8123 i I !! 6 6,
much toward the restoration of the 110 good citizen refuse to support good for its minister a home, for :Burch :\lr5. E.. J.....:...... Lots 2. 3,4 and 6,block 5. Old Fernandina'; I 9 40Meddaugh
roads much less to immediately which she lot. J. E.............. X.E 1 of J.. D. Vaughan grant....................152 2 N,2E'5'I OOj 3r bNEEofSESW
go nominations and we shall all be ben- gave an eligible

on with the extension of the roadsto efited. Let us unite on the best men No words which we can write can r of N 'V 1 of S E #.........1....of......SEWI................. 2 S I(23 E, 3Oj:: I
... .As described in a deed on record in book I
carry out the system adopted.The for the City Council, irrespective of soothe the hearts or fill the aching It," page 353. County Records_......... 30 2 X 2S E1!I tl)

first extension made was by the political lines of division and void in the household of which she I Lot in Callahan_....................................30, 2N25E'! I
party i w4ofSw }......................................... 24 1 N 24 E g0!
Florida Transit in the direction of go in for a good, effective, and pro- was the honored mistress, the loving : Moore; J. N..".............. N4ofSwofSE } 'VSE10f8E! ..5 2N"3F 334
Tampa and 53 miles of new road mother and devoted wife. i N ofSE }............................................ 35 1 S 23 E 80t
gressive city government.THE the The All of............................ ...__................ 36 1 S 23 E 6381 I
were built to Ocala and, put in operation ----- -- .--_. sympathies of all are with Mr.,Yulee Lot 8...:;............................................... 23 2 N 25 E 3021
All of the Griffith grallt..m...............38 2N 23E
to the F. R. & N. has had accidents l
at once, giving impetus no i and his family in their so, great an I All of the Griffith grant ..........................36 2 Nj23 E 640,
settlement and prosperity of that for.several weeks and is making -I affliction. yAll of the Griffith grant........................... 8 J NI23 E ;
I- of...................................................! 6 1 N '_>4 E! 32--I o)1 424Morrison ;
portion of the State, and the engi- time again. We note a very ,Mrs. Yulee was the daughter of ::\IissJ...........;.. Lot 15. block 30. Fernandina..................1 L'M' 716Myers
neers proceeded, to stake out the line perceptible increase in the the Hon. : Prince................ Lots 1 and 4. block 22, Billiard............... I''i 400
passenger Robert Wickliffe. :of Kentucky McFarland E................ E of lot 8. block 52. Fernandina....,..... ; ti
for the extension to Tampa. It was business. It is said that the dark.. Postmaster General under McKenna James......... E l'of S E 1.,2"2. 2 NI24 E 401+ 1J6!

until the when the est hours before I. of S 'V }. ....... ........... 2 E f 841 I
not period impe- are always just
the administration of President Polk. XI'24
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tus was given already by our own day. We hope that"the F. R. & N. She leaves son C. Wickliffe Yu- ofSW 1. SEofS\V #..........:.......... 12j 2\24 E r 564''
one :Middlings Purifier Co.. of fractional! .................................... 3 N 24 5fIJ'
companies that organizations from has passed through all of its dark lee, and three daughters, Mrs. Chas.H. ..S. of fractional................................... 612 1 N ?a Et i'i'.11
without the State came in and hours and that the day that now of fractional....................................'.81' 2 X 25 E 111'0. '
proposed Read, of.Washington, and Misses of fractional..................... .. ........... 3 X 25E -, 48 0G
to build narrowgauge'roads appears to be breaking upon it will Nannie and Florida Yulee. Maxwell, C.D: .............. 33 and 34, block 2, Fernandma: ....... 3Ratclill'

but asked and ob- be Flowers. W B.......... ... of'' (except O acres in N 'V corner
of low cost, they permanent.-Eand of { and S E 1))................. .........................38. 3 N,26E 460 34 06




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OWl'EB... DESC'BIPTIOtf. S 0 15 p 0 In Fancy.Goods_and .Parasols.' :I : .
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--- E-; ot;-.-...-.............:-:-:-:::::::-.--.-. .........-. ...... -:7 ;-N -25 E -320 Fresh SauerkrautAt JACOB: KLABER'S- .' .. i. H

N \V 1 of8 E 1 ofN E 1. being two lots Corjtiixth and Ash .
in Callahan....................................... 30 2N25E 101 4 .sts.Bleached' 4-#+-I- .
C. and'E" 11 >re Y ii 11 it 11 i
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I As. described in a deed on record in book ;' :'Cotton.J I
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0 F(1$................................................... 30 2 N 25 E i 45 50 '& T.:KYDD are now selling a yard-wide
Bleached Cotton. fine and soft finish, at the'' DRY
0'uOflfl Id,J................ { E1ofNElofXELlots7and8inCal-lahan ................................................30 2 N 28 E 26 22 58 low price of 7 cents a' yard. All standard i GOODS EMPORIUM f I' ,
PInker, B. C.. ........ ........ N E 1 ofSV 1-.......... ..........:............. 11 3 N 24 E 40 6 63 brands as low as can be bought anywhere.. :E '

Pickett, 11. C..............{ Lo2W4ofNWiofSE1EofNE 1 of d 'V 1.......................................... 32 2 N 25 E 49 +-++-+:r-++-++-+-to-+ t4-I--9+++-t-4- -+-t- +-t-+-t-+-*-+-t-+-++-++-++-++-t-+-++-t-+;.ttV" ;++- !
( S E of............................................... 49 2 N 25 E 100 JO 44 New Advertisements. .,. I I
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Palmetto .L-alm & a- Records beinTper CENTRE STREET Two DOORS SECOND ; .
COUntY FROM
un1pany...........{ part pages of the E ofloi 4............:........::: 43 3 N 2SE 11 14 38 ;=;'rr.=:!.-;="';;:;" I

E4ot 12, block 9....................................... (---0-'D _... .
110u%. Oeo. S.............. { Lot 25. block 16..................................... "1 cc: ...,......... FERNANDINA FLORIDA. I
Lot 18. block 6. Fernaiidina................... 23 9G "'"I =' Q I'
lone, Peter'J ............... N \\T 1 of S 'V 1.................................... 16 2 N 25 E 40 3 61 ':"I: ::. :-t= ""...-. t.
RetlrflOUl Itobt............ Lots 1 and 2. block 23. 1-lilliard............... 4 26 -'Q no.-c= :: (ti JJ 0 ,
Surrettc\ J. It.............. S 'V' 1 of N 'V 1...................................... 16 1 N 24 E 40 6 25 g;=: g.gcr. I
flnith.; 11. R........ ......... N' of S \\' 1.......................................... 14 2 N 24 E SO 2 56 ; ":: '; ;= tj GRIND 1 SPRING 4 OPENING :, I
Smith, ..1.V.................. Lot 6. block 7(;, Fernan ina.................... 4 14 2. i i
( S w 1 of NEt S W 1 of N Wi.............. 144N24E. 80Sweariflgel1 C5 5.2.::1):0: :
H. \V...... W ; of XV 1. S of S E 1 of X .'v i, W =- :; ;; -- -OF- -- ,
3nfSW1.NfNEofSW1...... .. 16 4N24E 200 1018 :-r_:)': 0 '.
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Swearlflgeli. 1),. T)......- j I As..described R,!". pa e2t5.in: a County deed on' Record rt'Cordin:$_...hook.......!38 2N 27 E 190 4 80 .t.:;_'_-.CII=.,.-:e2i:-::. _3..tTj. f'.

Snitli,J 31I1CS..............._ Block 16, 1Ii11ird.................................. 4 93 -..-: .j. ::. Dress GOOd8 Silks und utBBn8
Sutton, II....................,!S I corner of lot 3................................. 7 4 N 25 E 2 4 93 S: :; : c:: ::' j '
Tyson. ,John...................11'V orner of...................................... 40j 1 N 5 E 16:{ 4 93 .(;; '1) : ;; 'I ,
\V ofS E 1.......................................... 4t 1 S :_'4 EI' 474v -3 o::jE.; rr.:::: ;5 2 H::> ..J..j
\ of X E 1. fractional S E 1................ 1 N 2' E 626 z..fc*= ?. c.c0t_--. 3 FANCY GOODS WHITE '
All of Sections 8. 17. 18 and............,...... 30 1 N 25 E 2580Talliaferro1 _=00 "o-= ":) _."..3o GOODS, etc. : I It
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J. P........... S S W 1. N of8 E 1. S WI ofS E 1... 4 1 N 25 E 591 .CIIQO'I::: ;S-:: CII...
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\V ;. S E I.............. .............................; 16r 1 N 24 E 480 25 88 -* :.0...CII,....*.'!...... ..:.:..:. ,
Vanzant, J. A............... E 1 of (except 4Q Icre in K E corner' )..... 3 N 26 E 215 8 20 f /S s5: .r.:. iL--. AN ELEGANT

'u'ld" S'I'arlon. ............ { 20 In.acres S E 111 1..the.......N"V.._.......corner.........,..and......160......acres....... 191.3 N 26 E 180 4 7 J .;p (:':: In gX"('t (': P ASSORTMENT OF ; m

\VilliaflS. Peter............. Lots 10 nnll 'block.27.. Fernandina...... 10 96 =-; .ttj
WiI'on, T. L.................. X of lot 2. bltck 81. ernandina.;.....:... 4 00 p 'I.>5'SK. :: : ItK 1ARAL t Gt VB AND MITT BAM URG BDGIHG
\Vidernan J.................. Lot 15. block 25. Fernandina................. 3 35 =- (': a; 0 tJ Q :
Washington, Jos........... S ofSW 1lots: 12and13....;.::.._,........ 11 ,4 N 24 E.SO. ,3 61 :-:. (1)< if:: S r,<... :
of.-.1....... 16 '3 N 26 E '420 S 1 '"" 'oJ ) I
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,'Y'ld._, C.............. .1V part of ie'8 ChrismphergranL......... 48 3 N 27E. 540 31 18 t3" ** ?-1)h.a> 5a l1 ALSO :'A COMPLETE STOCK- OF (
As tlt'8cribrd hi a deed on 'record in'book .? -;. 2 == 3
Hhamll! C. C..:.......... 1{1 .. p." page 644. County Records............ 16 2 N'. 28E 840 15 43 b'rjeD C..O"1Z= Qo

\VilIiaius DaniE.'I.......... f.JOt 5, block 58. Hilliard........................... 2 95 3! SP Ha Gents' :
Unknovn.................... Lots 9 and 24. block' 2. Fernandina........ 5 58 .3 .., _"O t= Furnishing Goods ;
.. ..................... Lots 2, 3, 4. 30and 31. block, 'ernandina 3 68 :: 0 r-=- tj 1Curn f
II ..................... Lots 1, 2. 13, 14, 15, 16, block 19, FernulI- 4 54 =c... .0. Q_. > =- '1
0 ........,............ d inn .................................................. z:33.-_..00.... m ;
.. ..................... 'V 4 of lot 8, block 52............:......::........ 7 16 -Q :: == :: SPRING CLOTHING, .;
U ..................... Lot 11. block 5. Old Fernandina..1 64 :::::j.. -'o'... (' ... .
0' ...................w. Lot 5. block 11 Old .... 52 ? = _CII.=-= I....... m I d.'
II ..................... N of NV 1. WofSE1SEiofNE 9T :: "i"'Z L BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS ".,.: U
II ......... ........... I, S E 1 of NV 1................................ 2212 N 24 E 220 4 14a' ,
............... ..... S ofSWNWofSW1.......:.......... : 21 2N26E 120 283a. C. C. STRATTON & CO. -
........S............ All of..................e..........es..........:......!... 2 N 2.i E 595 9 00 ;, TRUNKS .
4. ..................... Lots 2 1\11(1 3.................s......................... 13 .2 N Z1 95 2 56 VALISES, ETC. :
II ..................... LotS 2 and 3 for 1883.............................. EI 2 56 OF MACON,. GEORGIA, S
SI ..................... Lot 2................................. .............v:'". 18. 'N I 28 Ej 84 2 56 MADE THE ---i "
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'V; F. 'SCOTT. Collector Revenue. ized Agents to contractfor: the sale of their -
Fernandina, Fla., March 14, 1885. :
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BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.
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SP. :: :B. I rq I GIro C> :p :,m :I1V:. c Parties wishing to purchase will get all in- '.

-AT- formation as regards prices from them. PAUL F U N El E ::i'
Samples,of differentlqualitie8 .. .
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-We LOHMAN'S.- be seen at the office of ,.
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MODE BRO'S, .. :
26 Fernandina.SEWING..MilcniNES.

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I HAVE NOW OPEN, AT :MY NEW AND SPACIOUS STORE, ..(. \,- 1 I -

OOeNEE.: OX SISZTH:: .A.ND .SZI STREETS: : : ALL LATE IMPROVED :MAKES i it
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A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices I
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-ALSOATTA"H"ENTS 1VLCIEJ EROJS::

DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS of every description, and

\ for any. Sewing Machine,
_ for sal CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT,
CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES -
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;y&J- Old Machines repaired at moderate
prices. Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the.
COMPRISING FULL
LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACING\ HENRY HOBEIN
I ALL THE Corner Third and Ash Streets, Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur-

NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES 8 Fernandina Fla. chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low

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FOR TIlE SPRPXG AND SUMMER TRADE. 4760 1885
4. FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION.

33-MY PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE AND YOUR VALUED Rose Leaf Fine Cut -
COMMAND WILL' HAVE MY PROMPT\ PERSONAL ATTENTION. ,

Navy Clippings'and We have endeavored to select the .
,, J. LOIIMAtf, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts. .

: Snuffs .

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found,

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3 afe'sii'Tep and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves, and see the .
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I WILL PAY $2.50 PER DAYTo

1 :: all who work for me at home. To many I can
afford to pay more.
-- AS-STEADY EMPLOYMENT. Light, Pleasant' Work. be had in Fernandina at the establishment of 1
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P SEND POSTAL CARD'TO W. W. RIDOUT, LOUISVILLE, Ky.

ADVERTISERS should address
:Ty .- ;;)- INTENDING
-i'1 -i ..'.-- __-_.Ir1tr GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., MODE BROTHERSIN ,

-. --_ 10 Spruce Street, New York City,
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NY' -, u """ .. .. ."', One One Mayor City Clerk, Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths. j

One Marshal,
A. B.: JVO1HES One Collector ..
One Assessor, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
One Treasurer, and -
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DEALER IN t Five Aldermen.

The polling place for the First Precinct 100 :JXmCES: 1\I.I.A..TTI: : CS,
FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES will be the City Council chamber, and the
following named persons are appointed Inspectors

Hay and Grain Ship Stores of Election: G. Starke. John! .Gordon WHICH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. .
and John W. Howell.
The polling place for the Second Precinct ,
FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS will be C. Westberg's store, and ,the following -
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of Election : Theodos Acosta,
CROCKERY HARDWARE
WILLOW-WARE : :
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Romeo Donegal and Robert McDonald.The : .
".----- ---. .. -"-- -- polls will be opened at 8 o'clock a.-m. t ,, ,,,:.;.:- ;:_ :, PERNANDINA:, FLORIDA.- .
and closed at 6 o'clock p. m. -.-- ,f-"t ; ',' 2
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Prices Low as the Lowest. By order of the Mayor.. :.4 ;-.t 7"-:': '_ .' ::_; '-<
Wi H. POPE.
1 Mayor.
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E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fernandina, Fla. Attest: EMIL 0. FBIEJJD. City, Clerk.
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GENERAL DIRECTORY. : '.""' -. .
BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor, f lures-J.-Ci Matthews : : ,
:1 LIBERTY.
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'"- United- OfUcers. OauntyJutZ; g e=R. D./Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of 'Revenue F.. Trantham,5 .County Judoe- l. J. Solomons. County Judge-A. II. Brownell.
States
Clerk F. J. Pons Sanderson. Ocala. ;-*: ', -.If I
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Clerk
,. Clerk-W. W. Jeter. -T. H. Pitman.
_____j LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent 1' 'lw-18- L. Paine, Sheriff R.:F. Hosford. '- "I I 'Sheriff Thomas N. Ell' .

ttegister-L. A..BantesY, !\esville..a' .San-derson. Fort McCoy. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. r Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.

tvCl'-John\F\Fi; Rollins, Gainesville: '! 4 1 ). :, MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue--Thos. P. Shuler.. : t Collector of Revenue-William Tucker
Surveyor-Gerierul-Malachi 'Martin;; Tallahassee. .:;.CoUedojLofiReven\terZ&. Herndon San- County Jurfyer-t'bilfci-H.: Baron, Key West. Assessor of! "J'fl.resn1." },. Shuler.I 1 "* I Attestor Hf Tf/xcs-J. J. Newton

"derson.Superintendent. Clerk-Peter:: 'O nljIit.'Ke.v ":(: t. l SlljJirtlltt"lldt"lltofSchools-.T.H.Jackson., Superintendent of Schools Whitnell
DISTRICT COUET. of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff% George A. Deinerritt, Key West. .. ESCAMBIA. t WASHINGTON.County Curry.I .
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Sanderson. Assessor of 1 i- "Walter C. Maloney, Jr., :
Judge:Thomas Settle,. Jacksonville ., 'BRADFORD COUNTY Key West. Count Judge-N. C. Shackelford. I Judge-Wm. B. Jones

ifzrslial-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville..}. County Jl lgerJ. r,. }lipharI\Provi encc. Collector of'Ilc.'Ret'7weaon> S. Moreno, Clerk-F. K. de la Rua.Sheriff Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
Clerk-Plllhp Walter;Jacksonville.;.: > J.. :t' grit West. Vf-U.'H utch inson. : SlteriJT-E. p. \relvin.
Key
.;(]krk-H F. York; Lake Butler. -? .
INTERNAL- BEVE E; ; *'; Slteriff "?.- 11', Tumblin; tarkc. Superintendent of. Sckools--J. V. Harris Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. i Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
"" Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. j i Collector of Revenue-John
Collector-Dennis EaganJacksonville' '...'' Butler...,Assessor'oj.Tax.s-N:C. W.un"rig h t, Lake West. NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of 1axesGeorle.Reese.Supmntendcut Assessor of Tares-George W.Roche Cook.

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. 4 of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools ).
Collector ,of Revenue;-'Bnnherry -Haynes, County Judge- Hiritbii Jl: Baker, 'Fenian -\ H. Horn
John \V.- Howell j,; Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. '. .* ''" r WALTON. CALHOUN.

Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J: :'A.'Edwards.'Fernandind.\ County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.

F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellerniann. Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Tares-Win; H. Garland, Fer Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. Sheriff- Joseph S. Stone.

State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina.: -. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.

Point. j Collector of Rete1tueV arren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of Re1mtleV B.McLeod. Collector of Ret'emte-Joel P. tkins-
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Tuxes-John M. Bush

Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L.. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools-\\\ G. Cox well.
Assessor of Taxes: Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botliam. Callahan. -
Li lttelJ.tJl1t- -Livingston W. Bethel -
na. County Trtasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan
Key West. Collector ofRevenue- -D. W. Mcquaig Bre- dina. THE CELEBRATED
Secretary of State-John.L: Crawford, Tal- .
yard County.! ORANGE COUNTY.

lahassee. Superintendent of Schools: M. E. English, County Judge-J.\1. Bergs, Orlando.
'Jiniil>troller-\V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. OOTON DESI S.
Titusville.
7hft.furer-llenry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Clerk-Thus. J. Shine Orlando.
Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla CLAY COUNT Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Orlando.

hassee.Commissioner. County Judge-J, ,T. Copeland. ., Orange Assessor of Taxes'-James:: M. Owens. Fort SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
W. Park., Reid, Fla.Collector.
of Lands-P.; White.
Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green,Cove Spring. of Ret'C'1tue)1.. flyer, Sanford.

)'uperintesulent'of Public v rnstTuitiJn-. E. K Sheriff James W: DeWitt> Green' Cove Sanford. --
Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent. of Schools-John T. Beeks, bl
Foster
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Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. DELIGHTED
:J!lc; Collectorof.Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate -B.. Harrison; Palatka. ry WITH THE3I.
Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. -
Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.

COLUMBIA COUNTY.. Sheriff ':'Thomas Shally.
} Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. ; t. 'County Judge-W.: M.. Ives, Jf.;Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
Drew Astor No. 8 Flat
Special Agent-Columbus Top.
Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector ojRevC'1mJosE.'ph: Price. Ahy use Desks of
,, Building, Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public SChOUl8-J. W.. ordinary
construction when
for
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown;Lake City. Strickland. slight

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

t Associate Justice-J. Westcott,.j r.. ,Tallahassee. .:Superintendent of* Schools-JuliusPdtsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improve

l.Lake .City; ; Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. .. ; ments? Awkward closets and
' Associate Justice-R/B; Van Valkenburghi; DUVAi'cOUNTY.h Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. -- side drawers done
with
t Jacksonville. I .County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent Schools-T. J. Faulkner away
F y Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry i .1County ; substitute revolving cases,

CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. "eamrer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. ?,, ji which swing with a slight

First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff "Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County uTleyor-DN. Cox, Perry. i I' 0 touch of the ,hand, and are
sacola. Assessor oflaxaQ.u1.iel"P.Smi: h, Jack- Collector of Revenue .J. B. Hardee, Perry. thus enabled to furnish double
n ti b :. sol vill'e. l* Assessor of Tares-R. L. Henderson. iNU
Tallahas ki
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Second Circuit David S. Walker, ,.. 0
... Colleetor,,;'of''Beven =Moses 'J: Brown, ..* '" i 8 d. : the space generally given on
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each side and when
Jacksonville. ; cases
are
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison.
R. St. '
"4, s Fourth Circuit-James. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine. Cooper_ ,Augus- open, the whole interior is
' ville. '. sell Jat_ ksogville: i rRAMILTON flooded
I Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. with light and all
' 1 Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gainesvile. COUNTY. Sheriff Human Hernandez, St. Augustine Xo. 14 Low Down -Roll Top portions readily reached with.

County Judge-Henry J. Stewart" ., Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rdgero, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases,, are offered for selection, and applied to
; Sixth C'irc".t-I1. L Mitchell, Tampa. '
i I Clerk--J. M: Caldwellf Jasper.: Augustine. .
R' Seventh JjrclIit-'V. Archer Cock Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Ret't'1me-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

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

,'r' Court Calendar ,. ..Collector.-of. Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of: Schools-C. F'1'e all, TEEWOOTON:
;
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. .
"i FIRST CIRCUIT of Schools-J. W. Reed,
Fall Term- ... Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. Cabinet Office
Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County JudgeJ.-n.Steele, Leesburg, Secretary.
a Walton, 4th Monday i in October.; ; Clerk-Thomas Jl: Ivey; Leesburg. t1 qPy j 1'' .
Judge=W.'t.- .Frierson Brooks-
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Holmes, 2d Vednesday after 4th Monday County ,, Slteriff-J. S. "
; ... ville. .. Dyches, Leesburg.
r t : in October. -- Assessor of JVmtf A..Goodwin. ..
:
5 The most spacious i and desk
Olerk-J. v elegant
C. Law. Brooksville. ever presented
' Washington, 2d Monday after4th Monday Collector of Rei'mue iJo'seph 'IIhtchit son, ij f3+ 0J'w
*. B. Mickler Brooksville. to the
business
l in October. Sheriff-J. Sumterville. ti public. One hundred and

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in' ville.Assessor of. laxes-.R. J._Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent of JjcltOpz.A. H.. Helven- ', $!,, ; ten, compartments, as shown in cut, all under

October. ston, Sumterville. ; one lock and key. Especially adapted for ;Merchants
Collector .M Hedich Brooks
r icambia.1st in ofRevenue : .;
E Monday .December. ? r
;= This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. -. :.SU1VANF.. ._ ;'Ji';.;COUNTY_, ,_ '. Manufacturers, -Bankers- Railroad Officials

4 ; 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, County Judge-M': 'M. Blackburn, Live and Professional Men generally.

i c Spring Term. Fort Dade. Oak.ClerkRobert
THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. A. Reid, Live Oak. ..
Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
c Spring. Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Wo olcn abinet Office
Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Umsted,Welborn.' Secretary. ADDRESS
' t; Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa.
Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions
9 + April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING
Welborn. CO.
t Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gal lagh erTampa. ,
Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones
l Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, .
j- r' Suwauee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Tampa.Superintendent. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.

:April. of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.
s Columbia, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County .Tudge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

t t, in April. JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES.TIla .

,$c Lafayette: 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
d in Sheriff W. A. Cone
Enterprise.
str April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. ,
Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes'= S. D. Hodges, Glen : ; -_ .
Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. #
N 1st after 1st in Cove. c
, tr. Taylor, Tuesday Monday Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor,
October. Collector of lle1mtle-P. N. Glen .
: Bryan,
I "t. ", .
Monticello. / '''. /' .
; :
I. Madison in October. Cove.
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Monday
y} County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- 'I
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston,

+ ; M Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise.
+ in October. ticello. W.KUU.COUXTY.. t
1
i f Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge W. A. Giles, Crawfordvitle.Sheriff .
a October. keenah. Charles Al Iiobd.; Crawfordville.ClerkNat. NE ONE

Lafayette: 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin LAFAYETTE COUNTY. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDArpOWN
October. Schools E. Y.
of Watts
Superintendent -
,
County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. '
FOURTII CIRCUIT Crawfordville. IMPROVEMENT
sheriff-J. J. Johnson Old Town. COMPANY;
Spring Term- W. Walker Crawfordville.
t County Treasurer'W. -
St. J lll}'s, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-:-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. I

,i t+it Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent ofScJiools-J.C. I'amseyew Collector o f.'Rerctiuc-fl. McMillan, ,Craw- Fernandina, .

i Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. ford vme. 0 .
Taker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock' New Assessor of Tares--1I.:: II. Walker, Craw- Towns on R. R. Line.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordvillc.
Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, ;. :
Duval. 1st in
Tuesday May.
SANTA ROSA. And JJJelai> Key.
Old Town.
1 Full Term
x3 St. John's- 2d Tuesday in September.\ Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.
Clerk-R. 11. Shepard.
New Troy.
Cla.4th in
Tuesday September.
m Tr(1S11rer--ll"ber Robinson. .
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
Collector Ert't"IlUe'V. J. Williams.
mm.B Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Assessor of of Torc.-'V. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

: Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.,
.'. Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. number of the most eligible and desirable

t'1 .FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, POLK. .

Spring Term- Tallahassee.. -, 1 County Jlllge-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
Sumter, Monday in March. 7Tea.mrer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Poarce.

;t ; Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- SJicriff W.M. Bm\'p.I1. .'. City- or Suburban Residences, l l5tf011
y : Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. I Treasurer-F. F. Beville: 5ifl1
March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. -I Collector of Revenue-J. D. Filles. UPON EASY '.TERMS.Liberal .
>I5I11ii
i t Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. Johnson. r ,
t March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. R. McCrary.DADE. \ w
hr ap Clerk J. M. Barco Bronson. Discounts on Values allowed to ;
Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday inK .
; March: Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.
ld fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- 150"fECT

Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of. RClentle-TI. B. Barco, Cedar Oerl.-P.V.. Faulkner.
Marion, Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Win. >)Mnftaur.. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
Superintendent Schools J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Win. Ewan.
Putnam, 3<1 Tuesday in November. of -
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of llelCllllc-'Ym. II. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
Alachua 1st after 4th in Assessor of 1lxcs-'Ym. II. Benest.
:: Monday Tuesday MADISON COUNTY.
November. residence, or in which to conduct their
County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON.
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzcll. business. .
Spring Term- son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk":' Frank Philips. RTICULAf\.
Orange, 4th Monday in January. Clerk-John M..Beggs, Madison --S/Jeriff-Anclre Scott.TreasurerJanics PI'
INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS NEVER
Vnlnsia 3d in
Monday February. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, E. Ileam. P -'rMrUcf ..
Brevard. :\ in March. or ORDER.NtWHi .
OUT
Madison. Collector of En'enlll'Jnhn B.Anderson.
in by exemption for a term of years from
Dade, 3d Monday April. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison.< ', Assessor nf Tares-W. B. W 'nn. .''. .

.Fall Orange Term,-Monday in August. Madison.Collector! of RC1.'cmleU. D. 'udsworth, Superintendent'ifScfiorfs-SamnelJ. Erwin, taxation, offered by the several citiesand, fi

Volu 5a 2d Monday '
FiL'NKLIN..fnU
( September. d
Assessor Taxt'sP.. Madison i .
of Thompson, "* ,, -' towns. Apply to
t Brevard. 4thtMonday, in September. #'(. Jnrl'ie "Robert ,G..Baker. .- Dade 2J in November. ; I r." CHAS. ,Yo LEWIS. UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.
Monday MANATEE COUNTY.-:".- ; 0'H'rA.I": Atkins. .: ,V, T-- Fernandina.
Z. T. Crawford Ma ;fihe0fS.;. A. Fined.s _; ",. Office, Beach &7th< sts. I c'c\\CAGo o MiQF P' lAN14
County cor.
Judge- !ta\i.f.'t: "'' ''" : .
County OfHccrs. C7erA-Robert S. Griffith. Manatee;.. ....:{, :'TintreiE.. H. Porter.C4ItccsrrfR'riitrrrterenrre.ll. ; [. .. ILLMASS.. GA.JAMES

ALICHP&. SheriJt-A. Watson, Pine Level. : : Patton., J JO rOR SALE BY
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Afxeswfr tifTl7tF.T.'Eh'rt.; : c. *. ,:.r : i
Otuatu Judge-Jnnhis C. Gardner. Gaines- Assessor of 7.'axe.1-'Y F. Parrish, Braden-. : !; ; ; '
ville.Cffrk. town. / Superints.idtntt. &lMJOls-IIenry, "C. Hicks" ; ; j. t' } 5t': ,! ; JIcGIFFIX,
+ :
-J. A. C-irlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton; .. GADSDE\. .r :>. ". ",0' ., ', : BUILDER,

S'It'rif-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. County Judge-JH. Hams: : ; :< ;.' i'"' f COXTnACTOP-
,Affior of T.zxeS.J{..\rienges, Gaines- Superintendent of ScJiools Felix J. Seward, CIlIPI1rv S. Reeves. "' ..;- ';; ,..,

,vine. ;r,- Pine. Level.0 SlierWThornnsIiIC"hell.. : .f'e- -,.;:iy "'- '.. Alachua Street..between Secpnd and Third,

Colkelorof Revenue-H. C.. Denton, Gaines- 0 MARION COUNTY. Treasurer-A. M. Smith. ; k r:, ,: ; '
,.1 .. ;: ;, FERX.AXDIS.FLA..
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ville. i County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Collector of enut-n.\I Morgan; : '
Superintendent of Schools-W' N. Sheats, r Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ':A8..c"or'if Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul.Supcrititendentof&1LoolsC.E.L. ; ;; :'l -,' ,;._ ":" :.f'"! ,. Orders and estimates from a distance carefully
Gainesville. )he-riff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Allison: '; j": .. attended to. 25-tf
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THE' FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 21-,- 1885.. \ .. ... ,- .. ..
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y& rr_ XYDo: DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC GOING NORTH. ST. :MARK'S BRANCH. I
Day Pas. M Pat.
,
, (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)

A.X. P.X. Leave Tallahassee.................... .
.
NOW RECEIVING WEEKLY LARGE SHIPMENTS 8.00 a L
OF11lfIINEW Leave Cedar ....... .
ARE Key. ..........
7.30 *
ESTA.BLISHED 7.30
1875. Arrh'e'akulla...... ..
: : ...... .......... 9.05 a m J
r Leave Rosewood.........:..........
8.02 8.10 Arrive St. Mark's-...-...:.:...::.......... 9.30am t
Leave Otter Creek.................
8.30 8.55 :Leave St. Mark's-.......................
\\\ -- Leave Bronson-......... ........... 9.12 9.55 Arrive Wakulla-......... 10.00 a. m
.................
e SPRING GOODS II III 10.25 am.
/ Leave Archer........................ 9.43 10.30 Arrive Tallahassee....................
11.30 a m .
Leave Palmer....................... 9.58 10.49
I DRUGS and MEDICINES Leave Arredondo...................10 12 11.06 CONNECTIONS.At : I;1

Leave,Gainesville...................10.36 11.36A. Jacksonville with :'
-AT- Waycross Line for
M. all points North and East with
Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.18 12.30 dina & Jacksonville Short; the Fernan- I
THAN REGULAR PRICES. Leave Waldo.........................11.32 2.00 dina and with Steamers Line for all for Fernan
LESS
HORSEY & CO.PHARMACISTS Leave Thurston....................1155 2.30 the St.; Johns River, St. Augustine,points etc. on I
.
-A LARGE LINE OF- P.M. At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen-
Leave Starke........................12.30 2.50 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fer-
Leave Temple's ....................12.35 2.58 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports., i.
WHITE GOODS Leave Lawtey.._.....................12 53 3.22 At Live Oak, with the Savannah Florida
=I 1= Leave Highland ..................? 1.11 3.45 &Western Railroad. \I
CONSISTING OF Leave Maxville..................... 1.29 4.15 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch l;
Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.50 Railroad 1
Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, Leave Baldwin......... ........... 1.56 5.40 urdays. on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- ",I i.

Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 At Chattahoochee River with the Pensa-
,
Linon de Deccas, etc. Centre Street.FERNANDINA 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 for Apa-. i '.
QIIDRESS III GOODS =I SUMMER SILKSNUN'S ''I KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- Arrive Fernandina................. 4.3. 8.50 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. 1. ':.

of FRESH and PURE FOR- .#:ar 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
VEILING GINGHAMS SEERSUCKERS ETC.
secured at
and DIVISION. Company's Depot Ticket Office,
Chemicals, (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) and at new office southwest corner of Bay t'
In Colored and White; SPECIAL and Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla. '

L Laces t S, Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings 1 ,BARGAINS In these Goods. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, GOING SOUTH.Day rcu. J.U...ras. Gen'l' Ticket A. o. MACDONELL and Pass.Agent, i j';

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.t FIDE LINE OF NEW CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTH AND Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Leave Waldo......................... P 3.20 M A.M.1.00!( C. W. Fernaixlina Fla. -

SPRING AND SUMMER:: BOYS ; ELEGANT GUTAD FINE Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.30 Master of MAXWELL I
TOILET ARTICLES Transportation
FINE CLOTHING'A SPECIALTY. HEADQUARTERS FOR GEN-' ,. Leave Hawthorne........... ...- 3.54 1.50 Baldwin Fla.
FI ISII. Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 2.20 D. E. I I'
LE IES'S FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS FOR BROWNING, KING PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., Leave Citra.......................... 4.34 2.0 General MAXWELL Superintendent 1 I I
i CO.; CUSTOM: SUITS MADE TO ORDER; FIT GUARANTEED. Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.48 3.09 Fernandina Fla. ,
Leave ........... : Iff
Place. 5.02 3.25
GOODS I Linen Sheetings, Towels and I HOSIERY AND GLOVES IN GREAT VARIETY. Anthony
TtfWESTlC! GOODS 1| Tovvelings, at Wholesale Prices.'} UNDERSHIRTS DRAWERS- Leave Silver Spring............... 5.37 3.35 Savannah, Florida and Western 1 1 ;
DO\ ESTIC fcSr FANCY MATTINGSat Special Bargains.. A'large stock of Ladies', :Leave Ocala............................ 5.58 4.17
,tl'\\'prices.) .... RAILWAY: 1 ;
Leave Lake Weir Station.... 6.38 5.07
'
SHOES less than t&3
Misses'BOOTS AND at regular prices. :Physicians' Prescriptions
Gents'and ; Leave Oxford......................... 6.55 5.27 :
pOrders by; mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars andover carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 5.55 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. j

sent FREIGHT PREPAID. reasonable prices. Leave Leesburg....'.................. 7.50 6.55 All trains of this road are run by Central 1
) ........ ....
Arrive Tavares ..... ... 8.20 7.25 Meridian time which i is 33 minutes i' :
((90th) ,
,ar. 'ct, -r. IK "IDI: GOING NORTH. slower than Jacksonville time. j

Northeast Centre and Third Sts. A.M. P.M. -
corner SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Leave Tavares........................ 6 25 5.20 N and after Sunday, January 18, 1885,
NEW YORK OFFICE-83 i1ker.St. }} FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Leesburg...................... 6.55 6.08 o Passenger. Trains will leave and arrive {j I'
= Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.25 7.10 as follows:
- GEORGIA AND'FLORIDA Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. .
Leave Lake Weir Station......... 7.52 7.49 Leave Jacksonville at-......... 7:30 a m 1 ."
RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.MALLORY'S Leave Ocala.....................;.... 8.33, 8.50 Arrive at Jacksonville daily:at....... 8:00: pm t .
Inland Steamboat Co Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53 Arrive! at Callaahn daily! at............ 8:08 a m 1 ,
Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 9.36 Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10:00 am'
STEAMSHIP LINE Leave Sparr's........................ 9.38 9.53 Arrive! at Thpmasville daily'at..... 1:30 p m .
Leave ..Citra.......................... 9.53 10.15 Arrive at Bainbiidge daily at.....- 3:30 pIn 1.
NO HEAT1-NO! DUST! Leave Lochloosa10.15 10.46 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m' j i i

-BUT- Leave Hawthorne..10.37 11.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at.........10:05 p m
FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE Leave Dixie.........................10.55 11.40 Arrive at Mobile daily at-............. 2:40 a ni $ i
A the Picturesque
Delightful Trip Along -
A. M. Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m a
Sea Islands. Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.20 12.153yDay Arrive at Savannah daily a"t......... 1:30 p m rl
-4t Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m M
--
; Night Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa
.hd .aki p' -AS?} Passenger daily.
cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
trwrF : cr_ ?? .a; any t- & A PERFECT SERVICE. *I I III
cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans-
-- F, & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
Mississippi points. Possengers for Brunswick -
THE IRON STEAMER, (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) take this train, arriving at.Brunswick il I

GOING SOUTH. via B.&W.R.R.at1.13p.m. i J
A.M. P. M. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this '
Leave Fernandina..11.10 5.10 train. Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile j
Leave Hart's Road..11.43 5.37 and New Orleans. : ti J f
P.M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville f
Arrive Jacksonville12.50 6.35 to Cincinnati via J &up. ..;
GOING NOhTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville I i
A.M. P. M. to St. Louis via Waycross.

Leave Jacksonville............... 8.45 2.30 ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.
MARY MORGAN, Leave Hart's Road.................. 9.43 3.42 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:25 pm..
Arrive Fernandina................10.10 12 Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at......12:30 p m J .
LEAVES FERNANDINA EVERY MON- JJl1"" Trains'daily except Sunday. Arrive at Callahan daily! at.?......... 2:04 p in t 1
FINE STEAMSHIPS- and Friday evenings, Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 3:50 pIn '11
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1O80 TOJVS. arriving at Savannah every Tuesday, Thursday SUNDAY. EXCURSION... Arrive! at Jetup daily at............... 5:25 p m g
Leave Jacksonville. ......... ...... 9.10 a. m. k! .
rATE OF TEXAS, 1,542 TONS. I and Saturday mornings. Arrive Fernandina...........-........10.33 a. in. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p m '
LEAVES SAVANNAH, foot of Lincoln
CAKOXDISJLXTT, -. 1,508 TONS. Leave Fernandina..........:........... 4.00 p.m. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa- t'varnah.
and .
street Sunday Tuesday Thursday This train at all local sta-
:z. every Arrive Jacksonville.................... 5.25p.m. stops
WESTJ3IIX TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. evenings,arriving at Fernandina every Monday tions between Jacksonville and Savannah. ; ..
Wednesday and Friday morning. oj
FAST MAIL.
North-bound connect at Savan- it
ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. nah Passengers with Rail and Steamship Lines; and CONNECTIONS.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 2:30 p in 1 I.
Savannahby Arrive! at Jacksonville daily at......12:00 m 1
South-bound reaching
Passengers FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive! at Callahan daily! at.......... 3:10: p m i ,
Rail the Ocean Steamship Companyfrom \
or With New York and Fernandina Steam- !
.........
Arrive
at at. 5:05
Waycross daily : m 1
of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK New York and Boston, or Boston & ship Line from New York on Tuesday and p ? 't:
,
ONE via the Arrive! at Jesup daily at................ G:35: p 111 j
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville Savannah Steamship Co., connect for New York on Thursday.
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 m
Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. Morgan with the Florida Railway & Navigation With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- p
I I Arrive at Charleston daily at?....... 1:45 am :I'I I
This Line, having: no Transfers between Fernandina and New Company for nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Washington.D.C., daily..ll:00 p in I

York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA, CALLAHAN.To Arrive at New York diiily at......... 6:40 a in ;.
FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others. and from Savannah and Charleston, Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars. \r h.
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES and all points North and West, daily.AT Jacksonville to New York without change. \ r.

ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AND MEXICO.For HAWTHORNE Passengers for Brunswick take this train. :
connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. I f"'i
for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. tickets apply to Leve & Alden agencies Leave Jacksonville! daily at.......... 5:35 p m I ; t!
JOHN'S, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: 'and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT or any regular ticket agent.F. WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m );
RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the W. SIMMONS, Agent, With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive! at Callahan daily at............ 6:30: p m 1I
PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD Fernandina, Fla. and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT at Waycross daily at-......... 9:00: p m j
for UKE WEIR. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive! at Jesup daily at"...............10:55 p m : Iff'Arnve f
TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING Savannah Ga. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive! at Macon daily! at.............. J.59., In
TO ALL
POINTS.For .
A. MAcDONELL.., West and Havana every Saturday: for New Arrive at Atlanta daily at............. m 'I l.
freight, passage rates and schedules or further information, apply to Gen. Pass. & Ticket t.Fernandina Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via

R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, Fla. Havana every Friday : from New Orleans Waycross. and Pullman Palace] Sleeping:; I ,
D. E. MAXWELL, every Saturday. Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.Connections I $ J
FERNANDINA
C. H. FLORIDA. General Superintendent, With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers at Atlanta with Western and :
Pier MALLORY & CO., York. Fernandina, Fla. for and from Key West Monday and Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia and .f
20 East River. New 51-
==-= Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Mon- Georgia Railroads for all points West and i I f
day and.Friday. Northwest. I
GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. RAILROADS.TIME For information respecting routes rates, EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. \ i (i

etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 8:50 p m ''I !l )
CARD dina or to the Company's offices in Jack Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:00 a m I 4
H.: E. DOTTERERINVITES OF THE sonville. Arrive at Callahan daily at......?... 9:41 p m i 3 !
FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COIPANY. Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10 a ni : I
FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave G Gainesville daily at......,...... 5.40 p m j,
ATTENTION TO HIS. LARGE.AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF In. Effect January 25th, 1885. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8 50 pin.
CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm J
i*-. I TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at.Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a in '
*- Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m 1
:: FINE (FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.No.. No. 3. Arrive Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m .- ,I
T( FAMILY GROCERIES } (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Day Pass. Night Pass. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m 1

-* of- GOING Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30a m 3.55 p m Arrive at Brunswick daily at......- 6:05: a m I .
SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m I
A.M. r.)[. 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 Fernandina.................10.25 5.30 Lake City........... 9.47am 6.40 pm Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson'I
1 Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.10 Live Oak'...........10.31am 7.43pm vine to Louisville via Thomasville.
I Arrive Callahan.....................11.42 7.15 Madison ............11.57am 9.15pm Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack- .: t;
PANCT Leave Callahan..11.52 7.40 Monticello ........12.40 p m sonville to'a hingtoll. D. C. Pullman t
IMPORTED GROCERIES. Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 8.20 Arrive Tallahassee........ 2.27 p m Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan-
P.M. Leave Tallahassee......-2.32pm 12.00 n't nali. Connections 'at Montgomery with f'
XLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED ASPOHE Leave Brandy Branch12.38 8.33 Quincy............. 3.34 p m 1.22 am Louisville and Nashville Railroad fur New {
Arrive Baldwin..12.55 9.05 Arrive Chatta. River.... 4.50 p m Orleans and Texas points and the West and
Leave Baldwin....................... 1.00 10.00 Northwest. At Savannah with Central I I
AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL Leave Maxville...................'. 1.30 10.30 EASTWARD.No.. No. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and I'
Leave Highland..................... 1.48 10.51 2. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway I. f
Leave Lawtey?....................... 2.02 11.12 Day Pass. Night Pass.LeaveChatt'chee for nil points North with steamships i
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF Leave Tern pie's..................... 2.18 11.5 River.10.45 am. for New York, Philadelphia Boston and I
............1".C/O 2.07am)
-' Leave Starke......................... 2.42 .11.45' Quincy pIn Baltimore. At Charleston with steamships 1
, ------.++k Arrive Tallahassee..._.. 1.27 p m :3.S6 pm forNewYork. Philadelphia Baltimore. J

: FINE TEAS AND COFFEES [j-I Leave Thnrston..................... 2.54 12.05 A.M. Leave" Tallahassee...........?. 1.34 pin 3.48 pm Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail /r:.
Arrive Waldo....................... 3.14 12.35 .Monticeilo- 2.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage
............ 6.3G
------ tt.--- Leave Waldo........................ 3.25 1.15 Madison 4.15pm pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths! f
TUE Leave Gainesville................. 4.05 2.20 Live Oak............ 5.39 pm 8.33 a in and sections secured at Company's office in f
BUST 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 ft
Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.34 2.58 Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01 pm 11.26 am Ticket Office, and on board People's
'E\V Leave Archer....................... 451 3.27 Leave Baldwin........... 8.08 p m 11.31 a m Line Steamers H.-B. PLANT, CIIATTAHOOCHEK I I I
GOODS Received by Every Steamer. .... Arrive Jacksonville..... 8.50 p m ,12.16 pm and JENNIE LANE.
Leave Bronson............?..... 5.21 4.15 j
Leave Otter Creek................. 6.00 5.05 Trains 1 and daily; Trains and, 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR.
for Leave Rosewood .................-633" 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent. 1 : i
Second and Centre .Sts.. .. FERNANDINA, FLA I Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.03 6.35 will. run Mondays. A. M. n E?, A"cnt. j' .
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f THE FLORIDA MIRROR ,they had. .taken the train for Albany. One Mailers.John Doggett, Join* Saiiderrbn,'Berf :* 'City Registration Notice. ". .:;.;\ -

a ." ,-- .more of the gang is still in the State andi Pearson, Charles Pearson, John Douglass, The' Registration Books) of the City of ;, ..' -" ,. .
i i will be Lewis Mattair James Spratt, Forrest Drys- Fernandina, which':Ire, now-openrarnny ,', -,.. ,- -.'... .
captured.There .
storuon Centre street ..wilj'beclosed ,
; ; .00 A YEAR; $1.00' FOR,SIX. MONTHS I office i in my : 1"0.
: is,no. doubt but that the many accidents dale and Beasley. They were accom- on Wednesday, the first day of April, .' S-'.f .
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which the company has had the past :panied by Miss Lenegas, one of the teach- at 6 o'clock p., m., A. D. 1885. : -
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Reflection EMIL 0. FRIEND '
\, winter may be charged in'part to this_ gang,. ,ers.-Times Union._ City Clerk., I ,'' I's': .r" <. :

Hereafter music will be furnished at.'the', :whose purpose,in wrecking.trains was rob- Mrs.- Yulee's n Funeral.' --- -- Fernandina Fla., March 51885. 't- ;/i' .' '', .M ,I" .
i jbery. Much of the stolen property 'was re- -. .
roller skating rink. . March funeral of : .
19.The
WASHINGTON lnd.Laces..
Satins
Silks
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Our friend Samuel D. S"annreturned \jcovered and the gang' entirely broken 'up. -
young : ) this afternoon at 3
i Mrs. Yulee took place AT PAUL FUNKE'S.Notice .
from .the North Thursday. i It,is to be, hoped that these parties will, not, o'clock from Senator Yulee's new residence.The Two Millionsof

Master A. L. Gotten! left Fernandina for {through technicalities, be turned loose upon interment was made at Oak Hill Ceme- to-City Tax-Payers .
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the University of the South on Thursday. the State again. tery, West Washington. I am now'ready to receive the city taxes acres of Farming
evening. of 1884. Can 'be found at my office next Orange
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Mrs. Grundy Says: from 9 ml: to 4 Timber and
door to Custom-House a.
p.-I Grazing Lands
Rev. II. S. Yerger moved this week into Thermometer
Range of
,
That she trusts none of you will laugh at In:.every day, except Sunday until March I
the new manse on the corner of Alachua FOIL THE WEKK ENDING FRIDAY, MARCH 201885. situated in counties
the question, but she really wishes to know''' AT HORSKY'S DRUG STORE. 4th, 1885, after which time the books will be 29 and
and Sixth streets. closed, and all property that the taxes are the lands
how many candidates there are for the may- 7A.M. 12 M. 3P.M. 6P.M. WIND. ,, comprising bought
not at that date" will be advertised,
Mr. Williams1 brick paid on
building on
new Saturday Mar. 14..54 62 60 58 N. E.
Centre street wiU be ready for occupancy by oralty. Sunday, II 15..55 66 65 63 X. 'E. as provided by statute. by Sir Edward J. Reed, from
That the present incumbent would take Monday, 16..52 64 63 62 w.Tuesday C. J. WESTBERG. the State of
e the 1st of April next. 60 60 W. Florida in 1881
the lead but for his to enforce 17..50 62 City Tax Collector of Fernandina, Fla. ,
indisposition
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Wednesday 61 N.W.
18..51 64 6.3
i The City Council destroyed $1857.42 'of the cattle ordinance. Thursday, 19. ..49 62 60 59 N. E. are now offered at graded
cancelled city scrip at their meeting on Friday, .......48 61 60 58 N. FOR SALE CHEAP. These lands
last. That the- man who dares to "drive the WORM MULBERRY TREES OF prices. were selected -

Wednesday evening cows home" is the man for Mayor. MARINE. SILK following varieties : )Iorris, Alba, by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
Dr. Hill of Georgia, who practiced seve-
Rosea and varieties
That ex-Mayor Haley has bloomed out asa Leesang common at
ral 'years in this city, paid a visit to his bank cashier in Orlando Port of.Fernandina. from 5 to 25 cents. Also a few grafted overbearing ley, late Commissioner of the
up ;
children here this week. HIGH WATER. mulberry trees. They bear from the State Land Office
Frank S. Lewis Esq. of Philadelphia, That we trust he will not submit to the Saturday,March 21............11:34 A. M. 0:00 p. M. 1st of May to 1st of August, 25 cents each. and Mr.
force of example and exit to Canada, the Sunday, 22............ 0:03 059 II Orange and Fig Trees 10 cents each. Grafted M. A. Williams, late for
made a short visit here this week. Mr. Monday, 23............ 1:04 II 1:27 Wild Goose Plum Trees 10 cents each. Scuppernong agent
Mecca of all good cashiers; .......... II 2:31" sale of State lands
Lewis was accompanied by his wife. Tuesday, 2.1- 2:04 Grape Vines, White and Black which factis
........... II 3:39 II
That we would not object to having bank Wednesday, 25. 3:10
the Black the Thomas from 10 50
III ( are ), to of
4:46 their
Prof. W. J. Thomas, who, some three cashier, or even a bank, located here in Fer- I Thursday Friday, 27.26..4:14.._..,...... 5:15 5:48 .. ;cents, according to size. Orders"by"mail a guaranty high
years since was principal of our public nandina; 1 ENTERED.; promptly attended to. Trees and vines when quality. The purchase knownas
scloohere died at his honie in Baltimore Tliat from Brunswick ordered will be left with A. B. Noyes whois
we, have no place to deposit our Steam-packet Augusta, -, the Reed Purchase was
authorized to collect on delivery. only
daily with freight and to
2 last week. wealth since the long winter has made sad F. W. Simmons, agent. passengers Nursery at Coneville, Nassau county; Fla. opened for sale this and
: I The Fernandina Base Ball Association havoc with our stockings.That Mch. Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from Post-office address Fernandina, Fla. year,
New York; freight and passengers to the lands have not been
' GEO. H. BAER. culledor
will meet at the office of R. W. Southwick, all that is necessary is to place a R. W. Southwick, agent.

on Monday evening, for the purpose of organizing wooden Chinaman before Palmer Bro'sstore, Steamship Palatka;City freight of Palatka and passengers, Vogel, from to Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1885-3t picked over. No part has

:; i for the season. and there you have it-a tea store. W. O. Jeffreys, agent. McKee FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER! been reserved in any manner
15-Steamship City of Monticello. ,
;r From October 15th, 1884, to March 15th, That Messrs.Whitner Schuyler will havea from Charleston; freight and passen- and the whole is for sale.
1885, 91,802 boxes of oranges were shipped very attractive entrance'for the crowds gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent FOR SALE CHEAP : open
of Monticello, McKee,
who will rush there for bargains. (See their Steamship City Special prices on large tracts.
F t via the Florida Railway & Navigation from Palatka; freight and passengers, AND SLABS,

Jorapany's line from Orange Lake. ad. in next week's Mirror)., 16-Steam-packet to W. O. Jeffreys Mary,MorganDanielsfromSavannah agent. EDGINGS 10 cents per load. Timber lands, virgin forests in
,
The grand and pettit jurors for the That the Presbyterian manse is finishedat ; freight and passengers,toF. ROUGH LUMBER, bodies of 50,000 acres and up-
last, and Rev. H. S. Yerger and familyare W. Simmons, agent.
spring term of the Circuit Court which. Steam-packet Mary Morgan,Daniels.from From $5., to$16 perM ft., raccording wards. Lands sold for cash,
home" therein.
"at
I Savannah; freight and passengers, to
in this city on the third Tuesday
convenes to quality.
I F. W. Simmons, agent. time.
That for or on long
early
are wishing an morn-
(4 in April next, will be drawn at the CourtHouse many 16-Brig William Mason, Hardy New York; DRESSED LUMBER,
' ing train to Jacksonville on the 27th and jetty rock to Lara & Ross.- ,$12 to $20 per 1\1. feet The Florida Land and Co
March 26th.
t1 on Thursday, / 19-Schooner Isaac M. Kerlin,Steilman New Mortgage ,
28th-the of the St. celebra- Orders by <
days Augustine Telephone promptly attended to
York; jetty rock, to Lara& Ross.
' Hon. George R. Fairbanks the historian
,
* tion, (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORID<
CLEARED. WILLIAM
B.
cf Florida will. deliver the oration at the C..DURYEE,
Ala' That Harts;, Road is becoming place of Steam-packet Augusta, :---; for Brunswick Steam Saw and'Planing Mill.
celebration here on the 27th of March of the note since the has decided daily, with freight and ;;passengers, Office foot Centre Street. 8
/ proposed new railway -
of the landing of Ponce de Leon by F. W. Simmons, agent
anniversary to terminate there; Mch. Steamship City of San Antonio.Wilder .. .. .L' .' ,
: in 1512, and of the founding of the city of for New York; freight and passengers, ASTRAY. .
That city lots in the place are in great demand R. W. Southwick agent. RED
'I' by ; COW, MARKED CROP SPLIT
St. Augustine in 1565.-St. Augustine Specialto ONE
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22-8teamship''City of Monticello, McKee, under .
; saw set in 'each ,
ear. Is now ..
for Palatka by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. '"
the 7 Union. ;
me3- That the strife now will be to determine 22--Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for at Mrs. D. Ogilie'a. Anyone .claiming said .Y ., l t- 6:; '
The primaries of the Republicans for the whether Hart's Road shall be a suburb of Charleston; by.W.O. Jeffreys, agent. cow will get the same,by proving their claim .
Mch.26-Steamship City, of, Monticello, ,:McKee,, and paying for this advertisement. "
nomination of a ticket for the coming cityIection St. Mary's, or rice versa. for Charleston; freight and passengers ABRAHAM OGILVIE.

: will be held at Island City Hall on That a gentleman from Massachusetts losta II Steam-packet( by W. O. Jeffreys Mary,Morgan agent. Daniels, for I lernandma, Fla., March 7, 1885-3t

Monday evening next. Among the many five hundred dollar diamond and emerald Savannah;:freight and passengers, by -
different candidates mentioned for the 1 F. W. Simmons, agent.;
overboard while coming from the New York
k Daniels for THE
Steam-packet Mary Morgan NEWPORT OF THE SOUTH.
.- Mayoralty, Dr. W. H. Pope, the present incumbent steamer last Tuesday; Savannah; freight and passengers,by
to take the lead. F. W. Simmons, agent.
seems That probably F. W.Marshall will be dec- 21-Bark Memoria(Nor.), Hoist,Queenstownfor

.. ; G. F. Avery has leased the'Egmont Livery orating himself with this brilliant about Bro.orders;'lumber_, by L. A.. Davis &

Stables,formerly occupied by W. S. Rawson, Sunday, as he "knows where to look for it;" 14-Schooner Silas. C. Evans. Benson, New dJTHEDEGMONTI HOTEL[
a l York lumber, by Hilliard &Bailey.
and has! moved his establishment from his ;
That if he finds it, he will be able to pur- 17-Schooner Sarah A. Reed, Clark, Phila-
old quarters there. He has made judicious !, chase one for himself out of the reward delphia; lumber; by C. H. Huot.
Schooner Ocean Traveler (Danish); lum- GEORGE MELLON, Proprietor,
additions to his stock of horses and vehicles, offered. .
ber, by J. C. Read.Parasols
f fi and there is no question that in his experienced That Me fadderand mudder were .Irish, .y.t.

I .. hands the establishment will be a and I'm Irish too," was extensively indi- .

p'I' success. cated by the Wearing o' the Green" last We have just received our spring stock of

At the meeting of the stockholders of the Monday. parasols in Silk; Satin. Alpaca and Ging- !; ;'jr..; .;;:.,
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a; i Florida Railway & Navigation Company, That a man died in Atlanta recently ham competition., which we are.selling at prices MODE that BROS.defy --

"R held in this city Tuesday last, the old Board around whose ankle was found an iron r::-:. ...:;-- --" '

#t of Directors was reelected, and the contract shackle ; Ladles and Misses Hose, _:"_:; ;-...::; ",,"!=:- -_ -

with the management of the East Tennessee That his widowed bride had not even discovered In great variety, AT PAUL FUNKE'S. it l -- ---

I; & Virginia system in reference to the it ; I Ii I'
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ti IU short line from Hart's Road to Millen New Spring Clothing. ,
' ; proved. ap- That if she had discovered it during his A fine line of New Spring Clothing, fash- T '',I'I'Ii, .ti..T., I ;Iui pl u Il;I. -

< life, do you suppose she would have accounted ionable cut and well made, at low prices. r

u The following is the cargo of the steamship for it? Fine Clothing a specialty at NII Illlalllli dnlllll1i IIIIIIIIP IIIIIIIIIIII iitillll, IINIIIII IIIININIINnVi .
YNBI Nlat uu Ili' _
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f f That he would have most likely called it

1,$ I York Thursday : 559 bales cotton, 561 logs a "bond of matrimony." [r II
.Lost
: Imm "'
! ;; 1 cedar, G48 cases cedar, 597 bbls. rosin, 21 That a certain young man about town pair of Gold Spectacles. A suitable reward :a .4 I IIIIIII n -, I y _-

' ; bbls. Spirits, GO bbls. cotton-seed oil, 74 pails couldn't tell I how; sad his heart was this will be paid by G. R. FAIRBANKS.

A shrimp. 360 pkgs.,oranges, 67 pkgs. oranges, week, but if appearances indicate anything, --

." 67 pkgs. vegetables, 100 pkgs. merchandise, he was totally kerflummuxed ; 50 Dozen More Towelsat _.- =r. --

'! J 1 refrigerator fish. 50 cents per dozqi\ on :Monday next, at .
That the of -
: departure charming
a young MODE BROS'. --..: .
MARY JANE the widow of Colonel Michael lady caused it all, nor did the arrival of Leaders of Low Prices. ..sATN 6Af1S.R."Vu.- -... -

Dohony. died in Cashel, Tipperary, the another proved entirely consoling.The OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK,
: week before last. She was a devoted wife Gents Furnishing GoodsIn
and devoted of Ireland. Irish
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City Council. all styles AT PAUL FUNKE'S.J. .
li>& American. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
The regular meeting of the City Councilwas ,
. Col. Michael Dohony was associated with & T. Kydd .
Smith O'Brien :Mitchell and oth- held on Monday evening last at the + '
; Meagher, Have just received' 2,000 yards Hamburg
ers in the Rebellion, so called, of 1848, and council chamber, the following aldermen Edgings and Insertings, bought 25 per cent. QUIET AND REPOSE-PURE AIR-HOME COMFORTS

14 was associate editor of tHe Dublin Nation. answering: to the roll-call : G. ,F. Avery,' below manufacturers' prices, which they

;4 3 He, with James Stephens and John O'Ma- President; R. Austin, P. W. King. James offer at astonishingly low prices. Call and*

i hony, in the city of Paris organized the Fe- McGiffin, R. Robinson, F. W. Hoyt. see them.

; ; nian Brotherhood. He was a near relationof The following bills were ordered paid:' Kid Gloves.

R. V. Dohony,'Esq., M. of M. of the F. N. Brownson, lamp fixtures............... $1.50 Ladies' and Gents' Black Kid Gloves, all GET OUR PRICES

R. & N. Co., in this city. W. P. Streety, repairing lamps............ 2.50 sizes, at -:' MODE BROS'.
F. C. Latham, 1 street lamp ............... 4.50 Leaders of Low Prices.
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R.:Austin, repairs on street lamps...... 11.35 L -FOR-, .
2 A'Gang Thieves .
; of Broken Up. W..B. C. Duryee, wood....................... 1.75C. ,Ilollantltsh Herring. k
For some time past the trains of the Florida J.
Westberg, con. on collections..128.25The Just arrived., at JACOB KLARER'S .
t Railway & Navigation Company have Council, then destroyed scrip amount- Cor. Sixth and Ash sts. -
a been'systematically,robbed of freight at and ing to $1,857.42.

between certain stations between Baldwin Immediately after the close of the regular Special BargainsIn

and Highland. Since the 1st of January session, the Council held a special meetingfor Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam- SASHJ BLINDSJ DOORS ffi
ask, at J. & T. KYDD'S.Shoes .
: upward of two thousand dollars worth of the purpose of confirming the appoint-

goods have been stolen from cars-barrels of ment of Inspectors of Election made by Shoes, Shoes.

whisky, bottled, beer, coffee, sugar,boxes of Mayor Pope. Our Shoe Line is now complete and we"are y+++++z-++++++-4-+.---I--4-

clothing, etc., sufficient to stock a store. The following communication from the now prepared to sell the same at prices

Recently the company located the point at Mayor was reed: that will paralyze our competitors.MODE .

which these robberies were being committed To the Honorable the Board of Aldermen of the Leaders of Low BROS'Prices.. Before Purchasing Elsewhere.

Mr. Papy, General Freight Agent, imme- City of Fernandina:

diately sent one of, his clerks, Mr. C. E. GENTLEMEN: In conformity to the ordi- Mattings! Mailings! '
nance on the subject, I have"appointed the
Taylor, to Highland, with instructions to following persons as Inspectors of Electionfor A, great bargain in Fancy Mattings, 15

catch the thieves, and bad he employed one city officers, to be held April 6th, 1885: cents a yard, at J. & T. KYDDS. A LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED.

of Pinkerton's' detectives the work could At Precinct No. 1-G. Stark, John Gordon.J. .
W. Howell. At Precinct No. 2-Romeo For..Sale.A .
not have been done so well and in so shorta
Denegall, T., A. Acosta,Robert McDonald.The very good ,Organ;whose catalogue priceis
time as it was by this inexperienced detec- $165 will be
sold
above appointments were confirmed." at $55.
tive. In less than twenty-four hours he Also'a $GO Sewing Machine at $40. FRED

discovered that he had to deal with an or- Off for Sewanee. ,MRS. MARY GODFREY. I W. HOYT tt CO.,

ganized band of'robbers, members of which The 6:30 Waycross train yesterday morn-
Private Board,
lived at points remote from the places ing took out a jolly crowd of Florida boys
At the
Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
where they committed the robberies. He and young ladies on their way to Sewanee, near Egmont Hotel.. SECOND STREET, ABOVE ENTRE,

succeeded in jailing five of them, the last one Tenn.,to attend the University of the South Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor

being Ike Watson, of King's Ferry. Two and Fairmount Female College respectively without board. Transient boarders will-

others escaped, and were followed by Mr Among them were :Misses Belle Robinson, be accommodated. :F' :E; :IL1 -
MRS. T. I'. G. THOMPSON. .A. V'DINA:: :J? J.A..-
Taylor as.far as Waycross, where he found. Kate Phillips, Lucia Finley! Kate Ames and Fernandina, FlaV] January, 10, 1885. .,. ,

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