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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: April 4, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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V1 FERNA DINA/ FLA., SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1885. XO. 19, :',..;. .
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hall Here a scene of real, beauty, com- touching I the electric 1 illuulinsiitiThesebeautiful CORPORATIONS-BA.XKS- RAILROADS i industriously employed by this generation i

bining the highest artistic skill with 'solid arrangements are ,supplied by Mr. Etc. All the fish have been caught, eaten and t
associations cluster around this domestic comfort, at once delights and'satisfies Rousseau the of NeW York. To the Editor
What ; patentee, : of the Florida Mirror: digested and the cry is for more. The first ;,

v-toric: name! What tales these bearded the most critical. The noble apartment .In conclusion, we can hardly ,praise too The Constitution of 1868 contains a gen- internal improvement act of 1&5. has the .t

*ks coal tell! Here the noble Indian, wisely designed for daily occupancy, is a perfect highly I the great success which lias attendedthe eral provision requiring that "in all cases foregoing clause with the "extension"left 4!

those halcyon days "long since gone triumph of domestic 'architecture 25 execution of the beautiful designs pre- where a general law can be made applicable, out, for an introductory, "whereas;"' and its "

L". forgathered, as the Scot would say feet wide and 55 feet long, with an altitude pared by Mr. Andrew Peebles, o Pittsburgh, all laws shall be general and of uniform operation indeterminable latitude and longitude in- '

ytitb" 1 the I) white!> stranger. Here the venerable ranging from 16 feet in that portion where for Mr. Carnegie. The style of architecture throughout the State." The Constitution closed the whole multitude of internal

Chief lissoe sought the friendship of the great fire-place is situated to 20 feet adopted was the Eastlake, with :certain ad- of 1865 was more lspecific, and its improvement schemes running down to 1

the white men from beyond the great over the music gallery and grand staircase. ditions to render it more suitable for our requirements can be better understood. 'It the end of the last Legislature and leave f t

ters, aud"' as token of his trust and The ceilings are paneled in polished pine- Southern climate ; this is manifest in the provided that no special law should be room for as many morn-if the General f

'tf"' renamed his island in honor of the and the walls are wainscoted in like man- broad projecting eaves and the: magnificent passed for building toll-bridges, establishingferries Government will only: grant the territory t

Joke of Cumberland. His royal guest has ner, as also are the massive doors leading to illuminated verandi' .which!'run round two ; constructing dams, declaring streams needed. LIBERAL. :\ t

\\In"(! beet t gathered to his fathers, while the the various'adjacent appartment: magnificent sides of the, buildings. navigable changing. names of persons, allowing ,:

,ood old Chief Missoe, let ns hope, smokes fire-place and mantel-piece, standing The outer walls are of New Hampshire minors to manage their estates, incorporating The City Council.

tlie calumet of peace in the far off happy 16 feet high, made of highly-polished quar- granite, ashlar treated, linec'lVjtlf' brick and towns and societies, not indi- The regular meeting of the Council was r t

banting, grounds. Then came the era of tered oak, bearing the legend, carved in hard finished, where wood i ';;'>t-: ,nsed. vidual, commercial or financial ; but all i held Wednesday evening last, with the
following Aldermen Fred W..
brave and patriotic young Rhode bold relief: The general contract ,for the' v&ne"and those subjects of legislation were directed present : :

I je lander]( Nathaniel Greene, the favorite :............................................................: works has been ably carried. ont by the mandatorially to be included in general acts. Hoyt, President, pro ten,.; Messrs. Dorseyr j 'r

General of the "Great Chief;" with Wash- The Hearth our Altar; i firm, of McKenzie & Paterson; Of Quincy, By the Constitution of 1865 the Legislature King, McGiffln and Robinson. l
Its Flame Sacred Fire. After the reading of the minutes of the
ingtan rieiourwarof independence to its successful the contract for the 'Vanderbilt' mauso- railroad, banking, insurance, commer- proceeded to
The whole flooded with the light from great wind the year's business. 't'
up i
issue.Iindful: of his Quaker mother's leum on Staten Island, valued at $250,000. cial and financial companies by special acts.
windows filled with splendid specimens of The following bills were ordered paid : ,
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words, the young hero retired fromthe Long may our tempered Southern sun The provisions in that Constitution relatingto
parting American art in cathedral glass, forms a Fred W. Hoyt & Co., nails and hardware .
with sword and honor alike un- shine on this beautiful home, bringing general acts covering the miscellaneouslocal it 1
war coup d'oeil at once unique, and so far as we February and March............ 3 10( f 4:
tarnished the idol of a grateful country and know quite unrivaled in residence health and happiness to its hospitable own- subjects, including the incorporationof C. H. Huot lumber furnished for \'

tberecipicntof this beautiful estate: "God any ers. May others of our Northern friends towns and societies, above alluded to, are street committee........................... :39 87

bless thee my son, and keep thee from the south of Washington. seeking homes in the Sunny South imitate not in conflict with the Constitution of 1868; J. W. Howell, one wheelbarrow......_ 2 On t

strife: but if !so be that' thou should'stcome The hall is octagonal in shape. The ap- the example of the genial owners of Dunge- and it is not improbable that if a case involving May for Dennefield March......,..lighting.............street........lamps......... 19 5(. 1
wounded that it be not in'eit partmcnts leading from it are the drawingroom and cast their lot amid of of them i ;;.. .
home -sec : ness, scenes pe- one ever goes up to the Supreme Fred W. Hoyt & Co.. supplies for ts f

tile back." and dining room, with massive sliding rennial beauty and health. Nature, lavish of Court it will be so declared. Indeed, street lighting department.............. 8 37
doors, the- vestibule and armory, or gun the clause of the latter i Mirror, printing and advertising i
> we find his relatives, the Nightingales her thousand charms invokes the aid of art. Constitution, direct- ItFlaricla
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room, lavatory. Immediately oppositethe : t
dispensing royal hospitality in the It needs but the touch of Prospero's wandto ing that "in all cases where a general law
Dennefield
May hauling garbage for :
fine old mansion, which was burned after great fire-place is the grand staircase render those enchanted isles and promontories can be made applicable, all laws shall be March..........................................- 17 00 4
whose ruins for leading., to the music gallery and second in ; and of uniform James McGiffin for labor bill t
the last war, and many years "garmented, beauty the most general operation throughout on : !
stood as an interesting relic on shore, and a floor, a", beautiful specimen of the highest beautiful homes c in all our broadband. If the State," seems to have been intendedas streets and drains.......................... 52 70 ,". '
handicraft. The main features this side -' E. O. Friend, services as Clerk for ;; t
prominent land mark from the sea. on you doubt it; strangervcoiio, ; and visit a condensed statement of all the Consti- February and March..................._ 50 00.r-: t
of the hall are the great stained glass win- and y look these charm- tion of 1865 had directed be done in R. L. >'
In that mansion used to be Dungeness, as .at to three Dennefield salary as Marshal 101 j

Free-hearted hospitality; dows superb works of art, in three panels ten ing combinations of nature adorned by art, separate sections. And then the first section -' for March...................... .......... ... 41 COW. i
His fires the chimney roared, feet high and covering all one side, filled but acknowl- of the schedule of the H. Pope. salary as :Mayor for .
doubt Constitution
great up not the practicability present March...............................:........... 33 33
The stranger feasted at his board. with cathedral glass treated in domestic edge the success, admitting the'.test in the does not abrogate those three sectionsof Mrs. Ruth Tucker, damage to garden

And amid those allies vert. which for style-flowers, fruit and foliage surrounded, memorable words, forever. associated with the former organic law, nor the general in digging for drains.'..................... 5 00 If

twelve miles lead the visitor enchanted fromone by Japanese tracery-the lower panels show- the masterpiece of Wren: ;' statutes made in pursuance thereof. Thereis Newton Bradley, services as police-
ing of the famous" mediaeval jew- man for March............................. 35 00.: .
examples -
sylvan glory to another, those marvelous Si monument'quaeris circuinspisce. no conflict, and they are made of full Stephen :Morris, services a policeman I;

avenues of living oaks, bearded. with elled glass. These windows reflect the high- A.C. force and effect by the second section of the for March..................................... 35 00

the moss of centuries, surely est credit on the artists and manufacturersGibson FiG ,CULTURE. schedule. It would seem, then, thas some AldermanMcGiffin, chairman of the t

( & Sons New York), who in their"riot" of the illegitimate acts of the last and }!
"There groups of merry children played, California has tried almost. kind of pre- Committee on Streets, reported that the I
every
There youths and maidens dreaming strayed; of rich and fanciful designs have not fruit suitable to its climate; there have been ceding legislatures will have to be legitima- money appropriated for improving streets r rand

Oh, golden hours of youth and prime, forgotten to. embody in a prominent posi- tized by the new Constitution. It does not repairing drains had been expended; i
for kind to the
And affluence of love'and time." Scottish thistle the national periods every according i
tion a veritable
look if the rule that constitutional
as no that the principal work had been accomplished t
demand of the home markets, canning and
but emblem of the worthy owner. On the sec- shipping. There"are few'more to try provision or law can be revived'by implication but that some important drains f( I
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ond stair, leading to the second floor, lightis can stand on its legs in the face of the those in the still ,
especially
". park, were un- i
"All are scattered now and fled,;, given through two smaller windows, butwith' but 'among them are'some of-,the"greatest, l'
old and alluded
provisions to. The
new
Some married some are dead. opened. .
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value. After having grown peaches, pears \,
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quallybeautifulchromatictreatment; ,rule of aumroJ not of revival 't ,
is
; applicabletvthemThPytwverweryepealgdor The received from
And BO the scene shifts again and after a and with varvinc at following report was l.
apricots surcess, we ,
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troubled interregnum, and the miserable On this floor are found the six principalbed -<' 1ast awaKened f o1he f', t', f.we""havetht, :nulled.. : ;Sri; the Finance-Committee and'was-'read and) .. 1I13},-. -t:'" -

episode of our internecine strife and olives. hith- approved : ..
Dungenessrises country for figs The fig
rooms, each differing from the other in In to the of bank- Jg
respect incorporation To the Honorable Council
City :
once more rejuvenated and more beau- erto grown and introduced in California has
the arrangement of the lighting, two bath railroad insurance commercial and
ing, Your Finance Committee beg leave to
tiful than re-
ever. In a happy ;moment the been of little or no value. Indeed, it seems
rooms, linen closet, etc. From this floor a financial companies, the Constitution of port that it has come to their knowledege 4 .
wandering steps of its present owners smaller stairway leads to the third floor, that the poorest varieties have been selectedfor 1865 prescribed the following rules: 1. that certain records belonging to the city- !(

touched the shores of Cumberland Island. where we find again six bed rooms, bath us, and undoubtedly importers of fig were not turned over by Wm. F. Wood Jr, f N'
Mrs. The General Assembly shall pass no act of late Clerk to his in t I:
Carnegie penetrated with the marvelous trees have until lately been imposed upon City successor office
rooms etc., and a most original school make alteration in and would recommend demand be made-
incorporation, nor a I. h
beauty of the any
place, and feeling restored by the in the old countries who
room for the little folks, the gaily decorated by fig growers one, unless with the assent of two-thirds of him, under the seal of the city, for the
even a passing visit of the balmy ocean competition sent us the worst' they .f'.f'to
fearing said Among the records referred to
windows being so placed that while they papers.
each House the
-[we beg new corporations
breezes, had but to express her wish to be- admit abundance of light the had. The fact is, until lately no good dry are the Fire Department scrip stub book ;I
youngsters and to this clause-and
come its owner; and so it fell out that this I figs have been produced in California for companies ponder and many vouchers for money paid by the i .
cannot feed their fancy with the doings of ;
unless public notice in one or more city. f'
splendid Southern estate, crowded with historic I the simple reason that we did not have the newspa-
the outer world below. in the State shall have been given for FRED W. HOYT, j
memories and unapproached in natural varieties producing them ; another reason is pers JAS. McGIFFIN, }[Finance Coa. I t.;+
From the third story a flight of stairs, at least three months immediately preced- .,
beauty, became the property of one of that the trees have not been planted in the R. E. ROBINSON, '
the still lighted in richly tinted glass, conductto ing the session at which the same may be The from his Honor the of
greatest capitalists in Pennsylvania, and localities where they would do the best. report Mayor )
probably the largest and most generous employer the belvedere in the great tower. Figs should not be grown on wet soil ; the applied for." "2. No bank charter, nor any the proceedings of the Police Court, and the- If'

of labor in the United States. Here from conveniently arranged settees trees grow well enough there, but the figs act of incorporation granting exclusive fines collected, was referred to the Finance-
As the the visitor .can enjoy an almost unexam privileges, shall be granted for a longer
visitor approaches Fernandina by produced are very inferior, not sweet, poorly Committee. : ,$,.
sea the pled panorama, on every side some new and period than twenty years." The restrictive The resolution Aldermaiv. :. ,
most prominent object in the land- .flavored. and tough skinned." The trees following by : itl;
different scene claims the delighted atten- terms of the Constitution thus read: ,
present
scape on the southern shore of CumberlandIsland that produce the fig of common commercegrow McGiffin was adopted : I.
tion. Beneath are the terrace and gardens 'The Legislature shall provide by general Resolved That the Treasurer be and is-
and on his right when entering our on dry, or at least not low land, where ,
harbor, is the great tower of the new man- blending in harmonious tints the various they can receive abundance of water in the law for incorporating such municipal, edu- hereby directed to pay upon presentation all k''"j':
sion which shades of emerald in oak and olive, giant cational, agricultural l, mechanical, mining, Fire Department scrip due May 1st 1885,.
rising proudly over the magni- but in later
the
spring and early summer, with interest to date of payment, and. that
ficent forests of live oak, I magnolias, scented .orange and stately months be dried off and hardened. In Cali- and other useful companies or associations, for the above purpose the sum of $486.53 be- :.. ,

"Stands looking seaward," palms. Beyond, to the east, the mighty fornia. until lately, the: Mission fig was all as may be deemed necessary." In regardto set aside from the general fund.: ;i 't1'

while the quaint roofs and crested gables of I' ocean, "exulting as a giant," after its we had. It is passing away like the Mission the'authority of the Legislature to incor- Upon motion of Alderman :McGiffin ';': v. ,!

the main building nestle cosily among the race of over 3,000 miles, breaks witha grape. Why! the fathers planted it in preference porate banks, railroads, etc., it arises from city bond No. 21,for $500, having been paid. :

varied foliage of olive, oak and orange, com- roar of thunder on the forestshadedbeach. to ,better kinds is a .mystery. Los necessary implication out of the prohibitoryand by the Treasurer was ordered to be placedon tw:11;

bined in a marvelous trinity of sylvan To the north, "billow upon bil Angeles has made a success of,fig culture regulative sections of the Constitutions. file with the Clerk for reference. ,\

beauty. About three miles from the extreme low" of living green, the emerald domes of with the poor white -Celeste or Ischianotin The' constitution of 1838 made elaborate rules Fire Department scrip to the amount' ot 'd:

southwest point of the island is the the forest of live oak stretching mile upon drying but in preparing.candied fruit. for the government of the Legislature in $593 47, which had been received for taxes !

landing mile and sheltering a herd of noble passing acts.of incorporation. ordered be file until the ;
place. Two roads lead from it to many At fifty, cents a pound for such fruit it' pays : was to placed on

the house; one through a grove of oranges, deer. To the west, Cumberland river, dotted ,enormously? 'every tree',when old bearing It'willabe made,'evident: to any one who stub book is obtained from the late City '. ,J:

interspersed with bananas, Japanese plums,. with grassy islands and bordered by the one thousand pounds. With the introduc- will examine the matter; that the new Con- Clerk. ';

wives and sago palms ; the other, intended southernmost peninsula in GeorgiaPoint St. tion .of the true fig of commerce; White stitution will have to contain a codificationof The time for the collection of the tits : r

for general use, runs due east for over a Peter. To the south, the roadstead and Adriatic, a newjera:seems to have begun., existing constitutional and statutory taxes for the year, 1884, was extended to the-.
mileto the harbor of Fernandina with the confluence rules regulations,. grants.and reserva'tionscoveririg first of 1885.
May
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beach, and at half that distancebisects :/This)gts saidjto! b 'very different from th* day ,
the great avenue. This magnificent of the Amelia and St. :Mary's rivers beneath "true' nyriia,:' .nich-n idver'proved trtfe'at-, ,. all.classes of incorporations. ; The report of the City Treasurer for the '. -,
"
'allee vert" runs north and south for some the walls of Fort Clinch. Truly a glorious all. It produces a crop the'second year of and- to provide a'clause-, that. will smash' all quarter ending March 31, was referred to.,. .*;... .

three miles, is about fifty feet wide, canopied panorama A steep pitched roof surmounted ,magnificent, very thin-skinned"- fruit->with a existing ones in conflict therewith or in the Finance Committee.

by superb live oaks draped with moss by a handsome vane, some 120 feet from pulp like transparent honey, and when anywise relating thereto., .,
and pranded the ground completes the finish of the The good, liberal souls representing the I List of Letters
! with vines, while the undergrowth dried has proved equal to the imported, Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan.
is tower. sovereignty of the people in the conven-
1 varied by magnolias and scented selling at 25 to 40 cents a pound, and so
with fragrant bay trees-a dome of On the lower floor are pantry, kitchen tions of 1858 and 1865, made this dragnetto dina, Nassau county, Florida, April 7tb,
very great is the demand that a ten thousandacre ,
verdure offices in the base catch all the fish in the "A liberal 1885. Persons calling for these letters must.
some scullery, and other ; sea:
sixty to eighty feet in height.tlmtng orchard of this fig would not nearly
to the right in this arcade of most ment the servants' apartments, cellar, strong supply the market. There are several rea- system of Internal Improvements being say advertised :
majestic and the laundry with enameled iron essential to the development of the resourcesof Baker, Clara Hunt Gracie
room ,
forestry, the visitor soon comes ingbtorthenew sons why we should plant figs, viz : Fig Baker, R Keene, Mrs Jane
and unlimited supply of hot and the State, shall be encouraged by the
mansion, of which the whole fittings an trees need no pruning; fig trees have no insect Barke, Thomas E Jones, Isaac
nOrthwest front 110 feet cold water. Immense cisterns conserve the government of the State; and it shall be the Bean, II Jones Gilbert
extending
some enemies fig trees live for a thousand
rents 1 a noble facade. rain fall from the roofs, a Rider's compression ; duty of the General Assembly, and as soon Clapp, Ida M ((2)) Johnson :Mary ,
figs need little.handling in curing Alert
Mrs Ledge
years; very Connor
on the stationed the river as practicable, to ascertain (?) by law proper
extreme right stands the main engine near pumpsa and packing-much less than any other Clark. Mrs L ItfcWilson.: Miss :M
tower. rising to of feet continuous stream of salt water to the objects (??) for the extension (???) of Internal Collins, Charleylitchel': ', Allen
a height ninety fruit known and finally, fig trees do not
llUnl e J'lately beneath house, while an Ericson hot air engine forcesa ; Improvements, in relation (????) to roads, Delahanty, Edw'd 3IcAuli; Mrs Phcne
is the main entrance, ripen their fruit all at once, but all througha Panes Ch
i Dennis Dorsey ,
leading salt and fresh water hot canals and navigable streams, and, to pro- ,
of both
,!through massive doors of polished supply long season.-GUSTAV EISEX, Fresno, Cal. DoughertyVm Porter J W ((2))
emit"' Ia pine into the vestibule, which is and cold, to all the, bath rooms, lavatories, vide for a suitable application of such fundsas Diaker. Eli Phillips, S E

tquare and paved with blocks of blue I etc., throughout the house. "Those Blinding Headaches may have been, or may hereafter be Farron, Mrs :M E Richard, Peter

reU BordilHo Should our Southern air take a degree or I know what they mean ; ever. since I can appropriated by said General Assembly for Fraser, John F Robson, marble with inlaid border
an Jerome Shaw, A L ((2)
Floyd,
remember I have been victim to them; "
a
i But no one oughtto
of such
black two of cold from our northern blasts, a hot improvements.
marble. The windows here said Mrs. J. Nichols of Rochester. N. Y. "I Grant D I Mrs Smith, Ch
Jre"!"" 1'IShed Plate with borders of colored air apparatus wards off the enemy. The could understand what the author meant laugh at this queerly constructed sen- Grant, D I Miss Stewart, ThWashington
na- furnished with sometimes tence. No doubt it was long consideredand Grant. I F Nathan
illumination I whole of the premises are when he said : Life is not worth
furnished at
b' being night the chance I heard of and had been Hale, L Josiah Wilkinson, Surrey
a Very electric appliances both for the signal service living.: By merest masterfully debated, ,
artistic G 'V"
Wilson Dr
Eastlake lantern, com- Favorite I Hat n. Jackes ,
. Dr. David Kennedy's Remedy.
""osed of rIch and the lighting of 500 burners, the i thus writ to put it as far above criticism as Hayes, G F Williams, Anser
I' ruby glass< with brass mount- tested its virtues and it truly worked a
n 1Igs.> gas for which, manufactured on the prem- transformation for me ; I am now practically it is beyond comprehension. But, all the Ifaggerty, P Williams, PressleyS.

From the vestibule we enter the great ises, can be lighted at any moment by j a new creature." same, the drag-net. of the fathers has been T. RIDDELL, P. 3L ,-,c





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: WILXA, THE BRIDE FERNANDA, soon as she could manageit. In such would you?," :I asked. my:eyes falling I health precluded the possibility of the room and' ascended the stairs ::
household there was noj; much time beneath his gaze. anything of the sort.. : I and tightens the i
BY MRS. W. A. COCKE, OF nerves-I
FLORIDA..."y'* & .r "for: fancies, as-'mai' be supposed." Our "Try me," he answered, and in an- As the year waned so did her How glad I I was that I went crossed! bed
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Far away in the land of sunyhine and lives were thoroughly busy ones. other moment my fingers were imprisoned strength, and Walter was seriously Mrs Fairfax was awake and Del
flowers. !Each member of the family,,old and in his. alarmed about her. On ChristmasEve some beef tea, and her fire wanted dad
Where bowers the, mocking bird sings in leer leafy :young- had his or her daily duties. I "You' will 'never ask for it back, he passed his arm around me. ; she was quite needed in replenishing : bot

Where the woods are filled with birds and Our parents wisely made us all useful, darling," he pleaded, and having secured "Lily, darling: ," he whispered, "I ,am ative mood, and I forgot myself a talk stil
bees. ,and so ,we were all happy. myscarlet bernouse, which lay sorry, you should have :such a dull attending to her wants.It whit e ]
And perfume from the orange, trees; I-was not the eldest; brother and near' at Hand, 'he led me out by the season ; I fear you must feel it after was eleven o'clock b"
Where the when
in
his
To clouds all eagle robed soars in golden airy light flight, sister had been born before me; but if open window into the moonlight ,be- your own bright old home." her. I knew the hour, for the I I left: ag"-

And the graceful bounding deer is seen 'my dear, just parents had a favorite yond."Lily. "I 'feel.nothing but happiness, love, clock had struck it out I bad"kitchen dOtI ,
To There roam dwelt the in woods this like land a a forest maiden queen.fair. child I believe it was myself. I love you," he whispered, when I have you with me," I answer- her good night. as ]
With soft blue eyes and golden hair, Perhaps it was that I was totally and wrapped an opera cloak aroundme ed, raising my face for a kiss he did Mrs. Fairfax liked a warm Sri:
A sylphlike form of winning grace, unlike all the rest. In a family of with tender hands. not fail to give me. that above the kitchen had been room, so as
A A bright enchanting beaming face, brunettes I was the only blonde, and, Then there was silence between us; "I fear: my mother is very ill, little propriated to her use. ap an.Sh'.
sweet voice soft the wind
as as that
A'magic song in the fresh young leaves weaves, I was very fair indeed. The fair :Miss the silence of happiness too great for wife," he continued in a low voice, "I shall very soon be asleep ,
' Her laugh like that of a fairy child raymond was my soubriquet whereverwe words. "but, please God, she may pull my dear," she said kindly as again f I '
As it gushed in music sweet and wild, went. The following autumn we were mar- through. I have done all my work her. Give my love Walter left
I. To the heart sunshine ,
glad aad
weary brought Doctors are obliged to entertain, ried. for white and wish him bush
And chased away each gloomy thought. to-night, my lily, we a happy Christmas Lily ,
even if they'are poor; their patients It was.,somewhat of a trial to me will hang our: holly wreaths together; and the same to you dear. You ,
'Twas the morn of life with this maiden expect it, and my father'made a pointof that my' husband's mother was to it will be pleasant to do that our first good wife and a good daughter are a tb

And bright as she;stood in its early light giving a dance every Christmas.All share our home, but to this arrange- year in our own home." when I am gone it will be a satisfaction and I1ltnC
The sunshine streamed in gentle beam, these parties I had attended ment I certainly could make no objection "I thought of all that and waited," to me that Walter has made
such
Earth was bright, and life a dream. year after year, but that which took as she had lived in that house I answered him with a smile. u wise chOIce.I ." an
She leans on the arm of youth whose name place on eighteenth birthday all the of her married life. "Of did little kissed
Is linked with glory and southern fame; my prov- days course you one; my mother-in-law and went wiw..
, The moonbeams fall where the lovers stand, ed the largest landmark in my short :My Walter's father, like mine, had love's intuition told me so," and he down stairs vaguely wondering whether w.1
He takes her little trembling hand career-the first milestone upon the been a doctor, and he had first been smiled too.During Mrs. Fairfax would have the :

The And spirit whispers of love low in sweet that vows balmy of hour love. new road I was to travel. It all came his partner, and at the old man's that evening we went up to ]isfaction she spoke of, or whether sat-in atal
Wielded a strong but gentle power; about so strangely, too, just as if it death had succeeded to his practice.Our see Walter's mother many times, and I that rest of the grave her sleep would 3,1q1
He read his fate in the crimson cheek, was to be. home was in a village, the villageof we "stirred the pudding" when we 1 be too sound for any earthly thoughts q1at
And Ah! lip love too can trembling weave a gentle then to speak- Our rooms were looking very' pretty; :Mears Norton, and yet it could came down again. 1 to reach her; but work, slight as it
spell.
t And sad is the heart that loves too well. we had twined the gasalier with ever- hardly be said to be in it ; it did not The last piece of holly was being ]had been, had had its good effect..I t1Cl
.r F greens, and festooned the rather shab- stand in the main street, as so many placed behind one of the pictures, walked down the stairs with a firm
w The flower moonbeams, were sleeping on leaf and by walls with holly and mistletoe; and doctor's houses do, but was the very when a violent peal at tho surgery step, and locked all the doors in the titi

$ Deserted and lone was the maiden's bower, the great bay window was turned intoa last of that straggling little place, and bell told its own tale. ]house, of saw that they were bolted,
She stands at the altar a trusting bride; bower, with pillars and trellis workof virtually ,stood alone. Mr. Fairfax was wanted immedi- kitchen and all; and I put my hus-
4 A He dark-eyed takes knight stands by her side. greenery and flowers, and was hung :My husband's practice did not depend ately."I. band's slippers to the fire. :Not only ldIi
And places again on it the the trembling golden ,band.hand, with tiny lamps of varied hues, whilea upon the inhabitants of Mears thought I had visited everyone so, I went into the larder and fetcheda 11a
Her lovely brow was smooth and fair few Turkish lanterns, within addedto Norton only, for his father and he who could by any possibility needme cold chicken and a tongue, which I 11t
. As the orange-buds in her braided hair. the effect; and in this bower was were well known in the county bothas ," he said in a vexed tone, as he spread out on a white cloth, with

r ; "Come Wilna, dear my bark's on the bay, hung a gift for every guestnothingmuch followers of the hounds as well as listened to its clanging. seem knives and forks and a tumbler and a r t
And we will sail at the dawn of day; worth having you may be sure, of Esculapius.Our in a hurry,; ,1 had better see what is wine glass, and surveyed my efforts
!i 1 The breeze will waft us to our home but just little souvenirs made by our pretty domain was called "The the matter." with satisfaction.
From which thou ne'er will wish to roam; girlish hands and the people of Lang- House but who had namedit He left the i:
Gardens of golden fruit are there. ; Gray so room accordingly, but "A vase of flowers to complete it,
And flowers beautiful and rare; ford, being easily pleased, acceptedour I, cannot say. Mrs. Fairfax told soon returned. I murmured to myself, as I put some E
s'V The vows I made shall ne er be broken, trifling offerings and treasured me it haclf 'been called so before her "I must go, little woman !1" he said Christmas roses mixed with red-ber "
Frowns And you on shall the reign brow will lovely ne'er be Queen.seen", them for our sakes. Perhaps I am time, and the oldest inhabitant in the regretfully, "and shall be lucky if I ried holly in the centre of the table. tTHE
my
Fondly I she gazed on his noble face, conceited. but I think we are favoritesin parish had never known it by any am home by midnight; I shall have "There I it does look nice, and Walter
The proud Apollo of his race: ; Langford.When other name. ridden twenty miles before we meet will be hungry after his long ride." k
fin She That clung quailed to his not tall in the and raging manly storm.form the first peal was heard at The Gray House must have been again ; look after my mother, there's Once more I seated myself by the
4 A glow of love gleamed o'er her face, the bell, a little before the proper very old, for no one knew when it a darling." fire, listening only to the contented
She said, as she felt his warm embrace : time, we ran down helter-skelter to had been built; it might have been "Yes, dear, and shall I send the whispers of my own heart, and for the
*4O! Charlie, 'tis a woman's sweetest fame receive but found there for centuries but for the wonderful "
only
our bed I
';, To win a noble heart and name." guests, servants to ? can let you in. footfall of my husband's horse, till C
young Robert Hillyer, the lawyer'sson state of its preservation. It was "It would be as well, perhaps; I'll again my senses began to feel strained.
, 4i In her husband's home her step was light, waiting in the hall. of gray stone well clad with ivy, ring for Martin to put away the horse and my nerves at tension. '
JJut Her voice was glad, her eyes were bright. "Oh, :Miss Lily," he said, as he while pyracanthus clung tenaciouslyto when I return. He will get half a I had left the door of the dining- -

Y* When earthly, 0, when joys did too they soon ever are past-last? sighted me, "do you think :Mrs. Ray- its massive portals, hiding its columns night's rest before then," and with one room open, and I could hear the dull,
SKI This radiant girl so bright and fair mond would object to our bringing a with green leaf and scarlet kiss he was gone. monotonous tick of the kitchen clock,
l Now feels the weight of weary care; friend." berry. It was the first Christmas Eve I which somehow refused to keep
: Her His: sword warrior of husband's southern steel in the to field wield., "Lady or gentleman," I replied cau- Being an old house it is little won- had ever spent virtually alone, and I with the one on the mantlepiece,pace and I cI ci
? Alone she sits by her sleeping child, tiously. "A nice, dancing man'wouldbe der that whispers were afloat to the felt very dull indeed. in vain my pulses strove to beat in
Who, dreaming of the angels idledu an acquisition;" then suddenly remembering effect that it was haunted. Every sound seemed to increase in unison with both; when suddenly a
His! fair young cheek still fairer grows, manners, I ended politely That I heard those whispers is volume and the sound I could
More like the lily than the rose. a intensity; very tick not ,understand smote 1
?5 .. She stooped and kissed his curly head, "any friend of yours will,be welcome matter pft\ arse',..d ut41- had ''never of the clock upon the mantlepiece my ears-knock,'knock, knock!
I Then shrieked aloud "My child is,dead?" and mamma will not object one little been of'a meditative turn, and those seemed to bear an unusual meaning ; If I had been in bed I should undoubtedly -
Clouds Loves fairy are on scenes the morning are passing sky.by, bit." rumors found no echo in my mind. seemed like the beating of a' human have put my head under i

g, I "Thank you-I think you will like Ghosts seldom, appear in a family of heart, of human pulses, to have hopes, the clothes; as it was, my hearing
For one far dearer than the boy him," and our old playfellow Bob ten, where the father and mother are and human fears.I seemed to grow doubly acute, and I
4-t; Js Her in world the field, her where all, her crashing earthly steel joy turned to the door; then he stoppedand not counted, and I thought nothing went to look at Mrs. Fairfaxshewas sat bolt upright to listen. Had I then

And booming cannon roar and peal. added sheepishly, "but don't like about them. asleep. I came,,down again and possessed a dozen ears I should have
But she will hear his voice no more him too much, for my sake, Lily." The loneliness of the Gray House, played a game at solitaire, struck a listened with them all.
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:: !c.t1; Till shore.they meet on the bright and better I. Poor Bob! he was perpetually vex- however, did fall upon me somewhatlike few notes upon the piano, and shrank After a time, hearing no further
ti They told her that in the desperate strife ing me with foolish speeches, yet I do a pall. from the noise I had made. sound, I crept to the foot of the stairs.:
He lost his young and noble life. not know why I should have been My husband was very busy. The At nine I rang for prayers, and Could Mrs. Fairfax have been knock-
On A shriek her ghastly of anguish face was rent stamped the air;despair. really vexed, for I don't think they November fogs, followed by December read them; then gave my two maids ing? If so, I ought to go to her; but
Then every ray of hope so bright would have annoyed my sister :Maryat chills, had played an ugly tune upon and the lad their dismissal, telling if on the contrary she were asleep, I
Faded into gloomy night. all.I the vocal chords and bronchial tubesof them all to go to bed, and that Mr. should do wrong to disturb her.
Leaving the a shadow and of gentle dark heart despairFor to bear. went in and told my mother thatwe old and young, and.it was a good Fairfax would ring the night bell for What ought I to do? No sound
ti '"'t y She gazed young upon his marble cheek. were to have an addition to our time for the doctors, but scarcely so Martin when he returned ; and once whatever came to me now but the
: ii And kissed the lips that could not speak; party, and the guests came dropping for the doctors'wives.. My husband, again I was alone. The fire was get- even tick, tick, tick of that old clock

m .In.Ko agony loved of ones soul near she cried him,when he died." in one by one. The Hillyers were Walter, did not think me very strong, ting low I replenished it with a log, in the kitchen; so with quiet foot-
{ ha ; The chain that bound their souls together rather late, but we had not begun to and his great' love made him carefulof I which threw out fitful gleams, while I steps I returned to my easy chair be-
tr, Was broken then, but not forever. dance when they arrived. me, so that I had not begun to go sat beside it thinking of my old home, side the dininO'-room fire.
"Miss: Lily Raymond, Mr. Fairfax' those promised with him. I and wondering if they missed me this Half-past eleven had struck out
{ A few short months of weary care that was all introduction and must wait till the for that he first Christmas I Bad
; $ ,4 Had changed the brow so smooth and fair- our we spring that their number had from the village church tower.
il But the soft blue of,,her gentle eye knew each other. told me, or at any rate till my coughwas not been complete. heard it borne upon the frosty night
t' Z Was mild as summer's tranquil sky. Perhaps. Mr. Fairfax was not hand- gone. So the days proved'very From them I began to think of Mrs. air, and I had heard it echoed in my
She The sought hearth herfather's was, dark, the home walls,,but were there bare, some, People say that Bob's featuresare long ones to me, and our eveningsand Fairfax again, and questioning whe- own kitchen.
!& The favorite rose she trained was found far better, but I thought his was nights were often disturbed, too. ther she still slept. "How distinctly that clock does
l'v t" Tangled in weeds upon the ground. the kindest and best face I had ever Walter 'was so frequently wanted. I[ It certainly was a bitterly cold tick to-night!t" I thought, yet I had
She looked for the sweet acacia tree, seen in life. loved 'him, and did not and shiver would the before nothing
noticed fact
tai The favorite haunt of bird and bee. my regret my night, a run, every never ;
The Northen soldier's cruel blade Two honest gray eyes looked into marriage, but life in the Gray Housewas now and then, down my back, but else broke the silence, and both silence
tfsi Deprived her of its pleasant shade- my own, and a well-shaped mouth< a wonderful change from the dear somehow I do not think it was altogether and tick became painful to me. 1'
a Was Her home made of a wild comfort and dreary ease and waste.taste smiled at me, displaying sound, pow- old life in our busy home at Langford.: the cold which kept me crouching bore it till a quarter to twelve: then
erful white teeth, with no moustacheto There was no solitude there, and but over that' fire, watching the gas the desire to scream grew upon me,
Long weary days she sat alone 'hide the sweetness, of the expres- little time for thought. One of those jets and the blinking flames. I want- yet I could not tell why, for was I not
And dreamed of the past by the old hearth- sion, and as I met those eyes my heart dear eleven, of whom I made the ed to go up stairs to see my mother- in my own home, sitting by my own

Despair stone.was in her troubled breast, fluttered like a caged bird, as it had complete dozen, was always wanting in-law, but something chained me bright fire awaiting the return of my
! The weary head now sighed for rest. never done before. something: if it were only compan- where.I sat. Surely it could not be own husband? It was simply absurd
As twilight fades on a Southern sky, Yes, it was love at first sight on ionship. Now, there, .was. no one ,to fear? to imagine that there could be the
1 So And gently did the slumber pure one side die, side both sides, and before the evening was speak to bift? my mother-in-law, and 'I had never felt afraid that I could faintest'possible cause for nervousness.
now they by ,
r 1 :; The brave young soldier and his bride. over we,eachknew that such was the she was in a low state of health, and remember, during those eighteen years "Twelve'o'clockl! When will Walter -
case, almost confined to her room. This I of life in the old home at Langford.I be back? Stroke by stroke the
1i GRAY HOUSE MYSTERY The presents on the bower had did not at all mind when my husbandwas had listened to ghost stories and had hour was tolled out; then again those
i ::1 been distributed, and there was not at home, but during his many laughed at them, and yet as I sat mysterious sounds I had heard be-
I am one of a large and cheery fam- one left when :Mr. Fairfax,'stood beforeme hours of absence I well-nigh regrettedthe there that' Christmas Eve I recalled fore-knock, knock, knock!
ily. :My father is the doctor in the ; there was no one near enough to fact. the rumors I'had heard of there being :My heart gave a great bound, a
,, brisk little town of Langford, and hear his words, and r was just then Thereyas no need now for me to something uncanny in my present sense of fear paralyzed me, and thenI
year by year his olive branches have taking a pin from a small heart-shaped turn dresses;, my trousseau had been home, and I felt uncomfortable. I determined to combat it.
so flourished around his table that' his pincushion to fasten a rent which good one for all that my father was could not remember any definite taleor I braced my nerves and rose-rose
comfortable income has narrowed to some one had torn in my gossamerwhite not wealthy, and I had enough good legend, but vague stories came to and walked with firm steps but beating -
I somewhat small dimensions.I dsess. clothes to last me for years ; my stock- me of there being something amiss, heart into the passage; once moreI
.I do not, however, feel sure that "And where is my gift, Miss 'Ray- ings were new and didn't want one and settling upon my mind, almost listened at the foot of the stairs, at
people are any the less happy for be- mond?" he asked, stepping beside me stitch. Walter's shirts were all perfect paralyzed it. the patient's door, but there was no
ing obliged to cut and contrive a little. beneath the bower."I ; I couldn't find a button off.. I "Am myself?" I cried at length ; sound. .
My sisters and I had to turn our did not think .you would care was not the young lady who had no- "this will never' do, Lily Fairfax; Then I descended and searched the
lresses instead of having new ones, ,for such trifles," I answered, my face: thing to wear, but I was certainly one your'e,a coward kitchen, but there was nothing unus
but even in that there was a pleasure, ,aglow; "and I fear everything is who had nothing to do. All my calls Thus self-accused, I sprang from my ual to be seen there;''the cat lay before
for the family group would assembleto gone.? had been returned; the few festivities chair, and shook myself as a New- the dying embers, and the old clocK
admire and congratulale and pro- "No, not everything; "you have given in cry honor had been attended, foundland dog might do after indulging ticked on monotonously. I even went
test that the costumes looked as well, not given away your heart," ,and he and Christmas was drawing near.. in too long a: nap when his mas- into the scullery, but there, too, silence
if not better than new ones, and the stretched out' his hand toward the We were to have given a party to ter's premises want looking,after; and reigned, and not a thing was out ot
tender-eyed mother would whisperthat little pincushion which I held. acknowledge the civilities of our with a feeling akin to fear-if not of place. I listened at the outside door
we should,have the new ones as "You wouldn't care to have that, neighbors, but:Mrs. Fairfax's state of fear itself, which contracts the heart which led into the 'yard, and could

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hear the snore'of, the dog in":his ked' hear. it," I'rejoined: hotly.. husband earnestly,, andhe.clasped my I J. :'Sheriff's 881'. -"r* i

Del as, he !lay; Breaming..of" His', lastday's : rt Of course didn't, little. 'woman ;; .hand,and Ijeld it in ,his ,own... PATRONIZE n ROME;MANACTORES .'B'Y 'VIRTUE;" OF''EXECUTION

sport, or' his much-enjoyed tell me w'hatyou heard:;' "Walter." I'said rather shame-fac: issued out of the Circuit Court of the1ourth'Circuif '.
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this all was Oh there several dreadful "I' have found out last, 10- : t i of'Florida for lassaiiCounty.
exception were .edly night'smystery.
wIth 5th
bones; September 1867. in favor of Adam C.Dunham .
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still in the yard, sounds, knocks; and ,tIi mp ngs. and ." ,: against'Andrew M. --Jon'es-, nave

Perhaps, after all, my mother-in- then .the clanking (ta chain, as if a "And it was"- .. J : ., : levied upon as the property of'stud defendant -
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law was ill; and Iascended the stairs :madman h broken., .'ioqse, ana then "'Only; ,the .breaking of the 'rope .:of .' : .c. ," \ :. first, and Monday will sell of April at public, 1885. in auction front of-the-on the
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again and again I, listened .at her all the walls seemed.tofall down." the old kitchen ,clock ; butyou can't .t' ., ?'f'l ,t'rt i!4' .. .,.-. :.','." F'. court-house, jloor.in Fernandina, in said
lootI was afraid to disturb her, for "'Well, I"will! walk.round the house, think 'what a noise it'made-1lns--: : il '" !' i county to satisfy said execution the' follow-

I knew how much my'husband, had and see if I can find; anything t.o.. account lefJ's Magazine: part ing property of the tract to-wit of land: One, containing undivided,about third
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Dished l las that she should sleep. Slight for it: Go, to my mother,, darling M B MM H M I five hundred acres 'more or Jess, known as-
was the noise I made, she heard me if she, too, is frightened, 'arid tell The' Unman System is a Kindof ]FLORIDA | YIRROR4 the Suarrez tract, situated on:Amelia Island
:" her I Machine.: one part ,is seriously in.said. county,,at a place called Black
and spoke: am homet. 4. Point, it being the land originally grantedby
out 'of order the whole The
is the matter? Some minutes later he joined us. goes wrong. the Government and
"Lil)", anything blood in circulation is the mainspring: Spanish!; confirmed
So I opened the -door and went in. I I cannot find anything to accountfor Keep this all right, and you will not suffer t to the .heirs,of Antonio Suarrez and afterwards -
since I had left her alarm dear he from Kidney and Liver disorders Piles and owned by. Robert Harrison, deceased ;
She had not slept your my people, also, one'undivided third part of the one I
about with I said with amused ''smIle "but, I Constipation. And,' in offering you Dr* '
but had been tossing pain, an Kennedy's Favorite Remedy as the best hundred an'dfifty acres' of land adjoiningsaid
she told me, and she, too,, had, heard : have learned one lesson-it.will not 'regulator of the human machine .ever discovered .. Suarrez"tract which were purchased by

those mysterious sounds, and wanted do 'to send the' servants-to:bed another we oblige the sick and suffering : said. Pelot Robert, being Harrison a part, deceased of the: James from JohnC. Pelot

me to explain them. That 'I couldnot time ,when I am away. You two nero 'more than we oblige Dr. Kennedy. grant, the said undivided third part in each f

do but I gave, her her medicineand vous creatures willfrighten ea h'other, of said two tracts of land hriing.et'n conveyed ; f
; 'and after to death. Mother I must mix you .a Amputation of the legs v KHIN'llER by Robert Harrison, Jr.; an" heir at i!
smoothed her'pillows, a B
Money is the universal necessity, and law of Robert Harrison deceased, to said f;
while she turned.her face again: to the composing draught ; and now, little none but a cynic or a fool will affect to despise defendant ; also. a parcel of land on said t
vail and I gently closed her door, wife, go to bed. You will get no beau- it.Ir.. Abram .Ellsworth, of Port Amelia Island, conveyed December 21st. t
Ewen, Ulster county, N. Y., had realized 1865, by Ephraim Harrison to said A. M. J.
and left her once more alone. ty sleep if you .sit i up so late. the truth. His disease involvedVthe 'wholeof Jones, the deed being recorded in Book G..
Yet again I 'sat down by the fire, I have set ont the supper for you, his thigh-bone, and the suffering man pages 503 and 504, of the records of saitl t

and the kitchen clock announced a Walter,"' I whispered., are you not looked forward, not without apparent reas- county, which land is there described as a i.
on, to death as his only deliverer. The family -. .. ., < '' tract of land known as the Ephraim Harrison ,
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quarter past twelve; what occurredafter hungry ? ,. ., physician refused to amputate the limb, .. .. ( ...., f-.:" ... ., .' ,; ': :: -. ,. share of the Samuel Harrison tract of J
that I can scarcely tell you, for "As hungry as a hunter. small woman asserting that the operation would kill the' ,, land, bounded on the north by Anna M. i''
the next thing I heard was a fearful ; come and see.'' patient on the spot Dr.'DaidKENNEDY, .... Clark's land on the east by the Atlantic''
still felt of Roundout, N.Y., who was consulted, Ocean, on the south by Robert Harrison's i.
of down
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crash 1 I thought very we ; J.
land and the
held a different opinion, and amputated the on west by Half Moon Creek,
the house must have given way, and cross with my unbelieving husband.As limb. The Doctor then administered freely HAVING ESTABLISHED A BOOK containing one hundred and fifty acres except -

then, oh, what an awful stillness fol he sat down he caught sight of his great Blood Specific FAVORITE REM- .in,connection with our the family cemetery of one acre. .5 <
EDY to afford tone and strength to the system J. A. ELLERM.A1\N, I f
lowed. my face, and rose hastily again. aud prevent the return of the disease,. Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE Sheriff of Nassau County. Fla. "\
It was impossible to bear it alone; Lily, darling, you are vexed with, and Mr. Ellsworth remains to this day in AND MANUFACTURE Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1885-tdSS" '
my heart beat as if would burst, me," he said, more as a question thanan the bloom of health. This gentleman's disease The above sale is continued to the I t
was the offspring of foul blood, andKennedy's first in 1885. ;
and with one wild cry I rushed up assertion. FAVORITE REMEDY Monday May, .. l
purifiedthe
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the stairs and into the sick woman'sroom Well, yes, I am ; you should not, blood, and restored to him the power .." : .. f, ,. Sheriff J. A. ELLRMANN Nassau County., t t

without a single thought as to laugh at my fears ; they are well once more to enjoy his life. Are yon suffer- :," ,' L Fernandina Fla., April 3, 1885. l
founded." ing from any disease traceable to the same '- '
the consequences. cause? Try Favorite Remedy. Your drug- NOTICE.TO t
There sat :Mrs. Fairfax; bolt uprightin :My wife, I .do. not say they are gist has it. ONE DOLLAR a bottle. Bearin ALL.. KINDS. :

bed, suddenly aroused from sleep- not ; all I do say is that.natural causes mind the proprietors name and address:' f. .., Notice ALL is WHOM hereby IT given MAY that CONCERN I have been: .. t
sleep which was of such value to her- may be found to account for most Dr. David KENNEDY, Roundout, N. Y. I J t / appointed Administrator of all and singular f
To the Blood Pure is the
from Keep -OF- the goods, chattels, rights and credits of
with her eyes starting almost things. principal end of inventions and discoveriesin
William S. Rawson deceased and .
all creditors .
their sockets. "I shall be uncommonly glad, Walter medicine. To this object probably no one of said estate legatees and; persons en- t
"Lily, what is it?" she gasped.Her if you can find .any natural cause has contributed more signally than Dr. David titled to distribution are notified to present
fear steadied mine. I do not for the awful sounds I listened to tonight Kennedy, of Roundout, N. Y., in the their claims and demands, duly attested. 1
has
of medicine which become '
know, mother," I replied, "but it can- ," I replied scornfully. "I tell famous production until the a title of the "Favorite Rem- .BLANK BOOKSg* the within same two will years be from barred this unless date,exhibited and that i!

not be anything very dreadful, and you the house is haunted." edy," It removes all impurities of the within.said period aforesaid.
unravel- Blood, regulates the disordered Liver and FRED W. HOYT f
Walter will soon be home. "I shall live in the hope of ,
Kidneys,cures Constipation, Dyspepsia and
"My dear," she returned, "the kit- ing the mystery, dear," he replied, all diseases and weaknesses peculiar to fe- Estate of William S.Administrator Rawson, dec'c]. :t

chen wall has certainly fallen in." good-humoredly, "and now listen- males. J. L. HORSEY & Co., AGTS. -'VORI Fernandina, Fla., February 7, 1884. Gw I I

"Oh, no, mother, it has not. I there are some other sounds." .

went in there just now, and it was all The Christmas waits were singing Fl.: .-US-rJ: -, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, i i

right." beneath our windows, and a great FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU ;

She pondered for a while, then in calmness came over my spirit. MANUFACTURER OF I EAJLEOADS7STEAMEOA COUNTY FLORIDA. II =A

an awed voice she said: Lily, I have Kiss me, little wife ; do you hear Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND DEXTER HUNTER, i
often heard that the Gray House is those words of peace and good-will ?" vs. } ;

haunted, and I have laughed at the I kissed him with a full heart; and DEALER IN TS7 JOHN H. BOYNTON, ATTACHMENT, i

idea. I have lived here thirty years, the cloud passed from between us Doing name business and style under of John the $1,663.00. {

and I have never heard anything un- then and forever. Boynton's Son. r
PARLOR R OFFICEa&nn
COORSTO x T ESII
til to-night. It sounded like the V :MEECaANTS7EANES7 SAID DEFENDANT, JOHN H. BOYN- I

clanking of a chain, and seemed to be The next morning, as was my wont, doing business John Boynton's' :

under my head. My dear, maniacsdo I went into the kitchen to give orders. Son, will hereby of the take above notice.entitled of the suit commencement by- 3 i

sometimes escape ; I think you had Why, cook, your clock has stop- II I II ETC. Attachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth ,
better lock the door." ped." I remarked. Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of .

But when I looked there was no Yes mam, that it has, and I can't H'' ., Nassau Florida; and is notified to appear, r.
plead or demur to the declaration filed t :
key.So do no more with it till it has a new .. h therein, on or before the first Monday in J f !
we sat together clasping eachother's cord. It broke before, and I fastenedit March next, or judgment by default will be 7!
-ALSO- taken herein on behalf of Dexter Hunter,. ; t
hands until the sound of
a on to the weights a ain, but now it
horse's hoofs struck has and it is alto- I the plaintiff above named. i! r
our ears.
upon gone right through, %' R. W. DAVIS, 4 *
Then I did not wait for my husbandto gether past mending. I told :Mary $ \ H. J. BAKER 1 l

ring, but I rushed down the stairs, (that is our housemaid) it wouldn'tlast Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 2S, 1884. l-3m .
flew through the kitchen, opened the ; but I never thought it would go 1i t i :*
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scullery door, and flung myself into so soon ; and what a noise it did make !1I 't MOSIC I MAGAZINES! In the Circuit Court, : r

his arms just as he dismounted."Oh heard it even in my room, as it fell FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU i

Walter, Walter, thank God down in the night, with such a crash COUNTY, FLORIDA. f
you have come I cried, and burst Lor, :Mary, I says, if that rope ain't Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. -AMI-- DAVID WILSON and EBE.'ll| t t

into a flood of tears gone a'ready.' And then I turned HUNTING, doing business I ; r
Little what is the ?"' and COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, as WILSON & HUNTING, t
woman, matter went to sleep again and forgot all Attachment. f.
vs.
he asked gravely, as he clasped me in about it ; but when I come down this LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, JEBJODJO, JOHN H. BOYNTON, doing I Amount Bond, $3,400., $ljliJ. I t !
his arms. morning I seed as it had stopped at aquarter business under the name I hand

Oh, I don't know it is something past twelve." WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.EIVEN TON'S style SON.of JOHN BOYN JDEFEXDAKTS i

dreadful !" "A quarter past twelve," I echoed, WILL TAKE NOTICE 1'1,
Fora moment he held me from him and mentally added: Then that was of suit in the above : r e
WELLS A SPECIALTY
and I saw in the moonlight that he my ghost." BOUND in ALL STYLESAND entitled cause by attachment issued out of j

paled. :My husband was right ; most thingscan the Circuit the Court, Fourth of Judicial Nassau and Circuit.
in and for County arenotified
"Lily, is it my mother? is she be accounted for by natural AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. to appear in said cause on or before Ii'f I
: :tIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
worse?" causes.I Mills for pumping water or running ATREASONABLE-. the first Monday in April next,or judgment

"No, I hope not-only frightemed, opened the front of the old clock. light machinery promptly erected on order. : by default the will be of entered said defendant therein upon to plead fail. -
ure on part 1
I think." There lay the weights and the chain Church, Factory and School Bells for sale answer or demur to the declarations filed

He kept hold of me with one hand, and the broken rope, still coiled in a at a bargain.Stoves at Wholesale Prices. in said cause on or before the first Mondayin .
; FRIGESSSSEND
and with the other the bell for at the bottom that the May, 1885. H. J. BAKER,
rang heap, ; so was All goods delivered at the various trans- Attorney for Plaintiffs. ,
Martin. end of the mystery.The portation stations within the city free of JOHN A. EDWARDS, !

Will you go in, darling," he ask- strands of the rope had snap- charge. All sales for cash. Clerk of the Circuit Court,
ed CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. In and for the County Nassau,Fla.
will catch cold if remainout
crack
;
ped by with
you you one one a sharp Fernandina Fla., Dec. 1884-31110..
here." and then the whole chain had run Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. a

"No, no let me stay with you," I noisily down, and the weights had ,.,-'.', ,...:"-, .. ..' :. ...,"'- In the Circuit Court Fourth Jn- '

pleaded; I am afraid to go in." fallen with a heavy thud, resounding JAMES :McGIFFIN, '. T.. 'i- ,. :; ,, : ,; <: :. ..';'-',_ dicial Florida Circuit, In Chancery., Nassau County, .

lIe looked at .my white face with in the hollow case ; and my own CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, LOVIE EUGENIA SUTTON,) !

wonder, as I stood with the moon's highly strung nerves, added to the vs.DIVORCE.. J<;.
rays shining full upon me, and saidno stillness of the night, had done the Alacb.ua Street, between Second and Third, IN YOUR WORK.-a DAVID HUNTER SUTTOS.
MOTION OF THE COMPLAINANTby
more. rest.
When the lad down he asked here's the FERNANDINA, FLA. ON her counsel, John T. & George W.
came "Lily Lily
postman, made to sat-
to
Walker, (it being appear my
Orders and estimates from distance
a care-
quietly : called a cheery voice, "andthere are fully attended to. 25-tf isfaction that the Judge of the Fourth Circuit -
Is everything right?"' cards enough for you to set up a shop of Florida is disabled by illness to at- ,
tend to the dutieS'of his office),and, on read-
"Quite right, sir. with."Here's. W. K. BA1JKNIGHT, ... '. -, ,-, .' ing and considering the Bill and the
Xo 1 l' '1:::; : ; <:
calls? better than a attached. it is ordered that
something
affidavit thereto
.
1o; sir.to <'. card," I replied, taking the budget AGENT, 't.,.. .-"/.. 'f" .;' :,.r ,,. .:.-,; !',{.'>'.1'T' hearing be had on the facts charged the
lIe WHOLESALE AND RETAIL said nnon the first .Monday in May, 1S85.
handed and
:Martin the bridle from my husband's hand.CI is a AND STOCK DEALER, :at Chambers.
spoke to him once more. < letter from:my dear old mother," andI BUTCHER ANDDealer THOMAS F; KING, Judge.

Don't forget to lock. the doors." quickly-broke the seal. in Ice SATISFACTION ,GUARANTEED, January 3d, 1885. lo- r.n

"So, sir." "She wishes us both happiness, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM

Then he led me in, :and: when we dear; and oh, Walter, what do you STREET WHARF, I EW, CHEAP A.zD GOOD. .

reached the dining-room,he looked atme think? There's going to another l-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. [; AILuNEW

wedding in the family; Bob Hillyer is BOTH IX.STYLE AND PRICES. .

"Well, darling, what is it?"he said. engaged to :Mary. I am so glad." UCY .COTTAGE AND SECOND IA W.-

"Walter," I replied gravely/' this "The traitor! Why, this time last L ,', ALL KINDS OF MACHinERY AT LOW PRICES
h use is haunted" year he was breaking his heart for Seventh-StM near Egmont Hotel, CombUed Orange Box and Silage 3laebinu

"Is that all ?" he returned and his you ,Well, .1 don't ,mind, if :Mary FERN FLORIDA.. Address.. .' ,,' -. t. Eagle ARk Ems Catalogue Saw Mill and, Price Planers? ,t*fore Eeww bo\"fJ1lr., &e

hearty laugh ,I 't." for -
well-nigh dispelled my ( oesn "
fears, though at' the same time it Nor 'I ;' and mother says they. are Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished withor .' ');,',',, '-'"., FLORIDA. ,,MIRROR. HANDLE & DlieAH&lACH'Y\ GO
somewhat without board. Table Boarders will be ELM ST. CINCINNATI, 0. .
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aroused my temper: so happy. accommodated also transient. 65, 67, .
It IS all very well, but you did'nt "So am -I,, darling replied my 2 Miss; LUCY 0. THOMPSON. L FERNANDINA, FLA. (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.7av'Ara )



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THE FLORIDA, ,MIRROR ; : 4F IL' 4, 1885.

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THE ,FLORIDA: ,.MIBROR.f deserted meadow on the shore of parties. A postoffice is not.a:political AT LAST there seems, a probabilitythat In the county of Orange
.
.. from the Twentieth Senatori'at:;.a elegate
James River._ The settlement of office, and if Mr. Pearson had the citron, which grows so easily In the counties of Dade fiJllS-;

I GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS' EDITOR: the Dutch at New York did not made it so'he would not have been and with so little attention in Flor- a delegate'from the ?went'and-nm L tor
ida, will come. to the; front as one of District; Senatural,
:. Subscription, S2 per year;. Six. months. '1. occun' i1 1613-14 50 'years after y"oil'ked'Jand if he should now the mpst profitable Florida. fruits. In the county of Hernando .for,
t from TOT .. ... a del .
the 'landing' at St.: Augustine, and' use-his office'for partisan purposes Heretofore ,this fruit has only been gate District 'the ecd. .
Office comer Centre and First streets,second floor ; .
,'". the at Plymouth he would be asked to cultivated simply because it would 'In the county 'of
landing fMass. resign. Sumter;
l' ..l .,. .. .. roni for a delega I
r.*
4-*r j"' had the te
because fan- Twenty-third
OF 'ADVERTISING.Ten ,:rand people, a Senator
BATES 'which took place'in' December 1620, to 'Th 'Pr ident will'act: ',upon every grow : In the Dist '
: county of Monroe' nrt.;
: .for few trees of the f

growing'
fide
cents a line for the first, and cents for cy from the .a
was more than sixty-five" rafter: caseuponMt8bwn'merits; :.:"AHe }holds" Twenty-fourth Senatorial Ditnj j.lte
year ; ; '
each subsequent insertion. : / ,. : ;. 1 \ V l-- '*- citrus fruits. No use hastbeen' made In the county of Walton'fura ct;
-; Special local notices, 15 cents a line.' < the founding St, Augustine}:-whicli ;the true. .. view.ti that office. -: a public of the fruit. Recently Mr. Sands from the' Twent Y-fifth Senatorial Distri delete l

Reading notices, 25 cents a line. was then an told 'town; so that the' 'trust;,'conferred'1 for the'benefit of having faith in the scheme, inducedtIre from In the the county of Suwanee, for a Il'ite nt:
Twent.y-sixth
Special rate for time advertisements application
,. at the office.Communications. .. upon people ,of the Ancient City.can,well the appointee-but for the benefit of ? Fletcher to ship a barrel of citron In the'countiesof Polk Senatorial and Manatee District'

point with pleasure to the fact that the people who are to have his ser- to London, England. It got a tonal delegate District from, the Twenti_.. ent/J Sen4-'for
; upon all matters of local interest through 'in, good condition, and a
theirs is much the oldest settlementin Cleveland will In the counties of
vices. President Clay and
solicited from all parts of the county and from ( acknowledging its receipt states delegate from the Twentv-eiO'hth'Baker, for.It

along the lines of Florida railways. the United States. appoint the men he believes will that_ the fruit, pickled in brine, is District.In Se natolia[

An communications intended for publication The- old city was decorated very make the best officers, and, other worth in London market' one hundred the county of Volusia, for a d elitfrom 1 te
the
should be addressed to the Editor; all businessletters Twenty-ninth Senatorial
1
simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. beautifully for the occasion. Its thing being,equal, he will naturally and fifty dollars per ton. At In the county of Hillsborou-h District;
this it will to gate from the Thirtieth fOI
handsomely td
price pay Senatorial Dfofe
long narrow streets presented a .give .preference to members of the
cultivate the citron and ship it to In the county of t ;

SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1885. vista.of beauty: bright with the rich Democratic party; but, as in the case London. :But it would pay better, from In the county Thirty-first of SenatorialDbtrtS'ate
I..evy
THE CITY ELECTION-A NOTE OF : yellow and red Spanish colors, which. of the New York postoffice, he will and ',be of far more advantage to the TI-C Thirty-second Senatorial.fra District delegate from

WARNING. draped,every .building'from' one: end: consider eminent (fitness, and -thePublic Florida to import an Englishmanwho will And on the same day a -
beheld in
each of
I. roapecat'e S
t i ? the
j The Mirror desires to see the city of the city to the other. The landing desire, a good reason for understands the process; and ties of-the I State for dele-ates to the .
Sat.JConvention
have' the fruit .for here.
prepared
use follows
." government: efficiently and wisely of Ponce de Leon,and .his.. f oUp .appointing 9ns not of his own Orange County: Reporter. In Escainbja as county: ,three-

r "'' administered for the general welfare. ers, in the rich and showy garb:-qf .;per tytJii i $ .. .I.--If,, ; .. ... ... ,,t. u...... In Santa Rosa comity,two'
In Walton
In this it reflects, we are sure, the the ancient Spanish soldiery; iwith( il ktARBOR DAYS.
'
:i wishes and the feelings of our citi- glistening helmets and battle-axes, formation President has sent to the Senate the In In Washington county, one .'
We glad to note the Franklin
are county, one
nominations ;
zens. All the candidates for the under the banner of Leon and Castile -: .( r vTj--jr ,* w following : In Calhoun county one:
:of village improvement clubs in ". ,To be Envoys Extraordinary and Minis- In Jackson county,"three;
t Mayoralty and the Marshalship was very-effective. The'procession This ters Plenipotentiary of the United States- In Liberty :
several of our growing towns. county one.
which. : the William R. Roberts, of New York, to Chili; In Wakulla comity
%, belong to the to which passed through city one
party ont ;
should be done everywhere. Very' Charles W. Buck, of New York, to Peru ; In Gadsden county, three
w political questions, we are opposed. was very picturesque, embracing the much. can. be done by combined Charles ,T. Russell of Connecticut, to be In Leon county four ;
various and civic Consul at Liverpool, England. In Jefferson county, four
"We do not regard the administration military organiza- ;
effort to improve and adorn our Henry 'G. Pearson, to be Postmaster at In Madison county, three.;
of the affairs 'of tions and made more effective by New York. In Taylor
our city as a i. towns the planting and caringfor county, one;
In
i of but the of the Sisters of Charity Norman J. Coleman, of Missouri, to be Hamilton county, two;
1 question politics, as ajdomes- presence Jn Suwanee
trees, the adornment of public Commissioner of Agriculture.John county, two'
, tic question-a 'question of good the Novices and the sweetly dressed In Lafayette county, one;
S squares, obtaining fountains, arbors, McGraw, of West Virginia, to be In Columbia county three
in which alone children decked in white all Collector of Internal Revenue for the Dis- ;
In
government, our city pecu- Alachu county, four
seats, etc: In eight-of the Northern trict of West Virginia. ;
' is interested The citizens' .ticket liarly characteristic of St. Augustineand In Levy county, two;
; P. Kernscham of Louisiana to be In
States there .has been established Henry Bradford county, two,
f embraces the names of well known of the old Spanish customs.St. I I Naval Officer at New Orleans. In' Clay county, one;
I annual arbor to be devoted
zr an day
citizens and all the interests Augustine never before saw so i Andrew J. Boyd, of North Carolina, to be In Baker county, one;
represents to planting':out trees on the public i Collector of Internal Revenue for the Fifth In Nassau county, two,
t i L Lryt of every class and portion of our large a number of people within its. District of North Carolina. In Duval county, four;
streets jnidrr6ads=a good usage, and In St. Johns
tl city. It is made -up of efficient, walls. It was peculiarly appropriate Richard B. Hubbard. of Texas, to be En- In Volusia county county, one, two;
will have ;
; we hopesElorida soon an voy Extraordinary 'and Minister Plenipo-
'1"& industrious and without making that a commemoration of the In Orange county, two;
,, men, tentiary of the United States to Japan.
arbor ddy. In the meantime we In Putnam county, two;
r'i any comparison with the other discovery of Florida, the first State William W. Lang of Texas, to be United In Marion county, two;
can have a city improvement club, States Consul at Hamburg, Germany In Sumter
two
county ;
tickets, it seems to compose a ticket settled within the limits of the and each one can do something to J. T. McGraw, who has been nominatedto In Hernando county, two;

which every citizen can safely sup- United States, should be participated be Collector of Internl Revenue of West In Hillsborough county, two;
make his own premises-more beau- Virginia, is a prominent lawyer of Grafton, In Polk county one;
in by visitors from every State in tiful. W. Va., and was recommended by almost In Manatee county, one;

port.The the Union. A roll-call on this occa- the entire Congressional delegation from In Dade county, one;
main difficulty of all municipal that State.A. In Brevard county, one;
,; governments is inefficiency- sion would have been answered to PRESIDENT CLEVELAND has shown J. Boyd, nominee for Collector of Internal In Monroe county, two;
Revenue for the Fifth District of The attention of the Sherfffs is called to
& from Maine to Florida and from that he is fair-minded and free from '
t 5 slackness of administration; unwise North Carolina is the law partner of Rep- the law requiring them to cause a notice of

leaning towards the transgressors of Boston to San Francisco.A sectional prejudice. In the administration resentative Reed, of North Carolina. said election to be published in a newspaper
printed in the county, if there be a pal'crin
law; and a kind of blindness in beautiful Florida day gave bril- :;of"public affairs he knowsno the county and if there be no paper pub!!

a observing infractions of the law. If liancy to the scene and added to North, no South. He seeks men NOTICE OF ELECTION !ITO least lished five in copies the county of this,notice they shall to be caused paid

t; we want, therefore, the laws obeyed, the enjoyment of the immense crowdassembled of distinguished ability, integrity 'in the most public places in the county.In

s we must elect men who will enforce within. the walls. ,of. the. .and.character wherever' :they :are to hereunto TESTIMONY set my WHEREOF hand and, I affiieJ ta% '
L ,9 TIlE
SINGULAR
them. Let man who has at Ancient City. The committee'charged be found. For a minister to Eng- ALL AND SHERIFFS [L.s.] the Great Seal of the State of
every OF TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA
:
Florida, at Tallahassee the
Capi
stake the comfort and of with the preparation for the cele- land he takes a man from the insig-
4)) protection NOW YE THAT I. JNO. L. CRAWFORD tal, this the thirty-first day of

his family see to it that he casts his bration deserve to be congratulatedupon nificant State of Vermont; but the I K Secretary of State of the Stateof I March A. D. 1885.
JNO. L.
Florida, do hereby notify all and singularthe CRAWFORD
R ? Tote for those men he believes will their success. man is not insignificant. From the Sheriffs of the several Counties of the Secretary of State.

fv, best manage the affairs of the city. Previous to the delivery of the South he takes from a single State State of Florida, that JOHN Florida A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff Nassau County

a a ; oration published in the Mirror last I I Fernandina, Fla.,April 3, 1885. 5r
We may have a very kind feelingfor and city two men who are not knownas A GENERAL ELECTION

week an admirable introductory but well known
politicians are as
those who are candidates, but we REGISTRATION NOTICE.

,h ,: must consider the question primarily address was made by General W. H. able and excellent men. No matter WILL BE HELD IN

,-*':.. ''; whether they will make good Gibson, U. S. A., who was the where the appointee hails from, he EACH COUNTY AND SENATORIAL THE REGISTRATION Election Districts BOOKS of Xastau of tile

"' marshals clerks and alder- efficient head of the committee is recognized as a suitable person for DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, County will be opened in each of said districts
mayors, and
on Monday, April 6th 1885,
4 men. It is not their general fitness charged with the work of prepara- the office. The people of the United Under the provisions of the Election Lawsof will be opened on each Wednesday and Sat

tion. States can hardly realise how great the State, on the urday thereafter until Saturday the25th day
for other positions but for this -
wt special of said month inclusive, from 9oclocka.
-
.JA i work. PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS a boon they conferred upon them- FIRST TUESDAY IN MAY, A. D. 1885, m. to 2 o'clock p. in., and on such other
} r days as the registration officers may deem
We are in danger of an invasion The appointments so far made by selves in the election of such a man THE SAID TUESDAY BEING necessary, between said dates for the purpose -
President Cleveland. The THE 5TH DAY OF MAY, of registering all qualified unregistered
the President have met with general as theoryof
from cholera in the United States this electors in said districts:
We should have approbation. The nomination of a republican government is real- For Delegates to a Convention, which shall The law requires that electors shall register
summer. our city
consist of one hundred and eight ((108; members and
in the district in which they reside,
ised in act of the administration
4., Mr. Pearson a Republican as every apportioned the several Coun-
I made perfectly clean and its drainage postmaster among in no other.
I thus far. A of the ties and Senatorial Districts in accordancewith The of the registration officers
of New York has called out government names deputy
and its water looked ,
supply the in the
1 present representation Legislature int*
the districts which
c to they Ire aplW
after, and especially should there be however, some adverse criticism.We people for the people is the high ; and which Convention shall be ed, the place of registration and the boundaries
good towards which he aims to holden in the State Capitol at Tallahassee, of the districts are as follows:
do not it should. The
see why
J,1; a rigid and constant policing and commencing the SECOND TUESDAY IN JUNE, --.
New York postoffice] is the most make all his measures tend. Under the said !second Tuesday being the 9th day \J;
inspection to keep them in good of June, for the purpose of making an entire Place of Name of "j-
important postoffice in the country, this wise action partisanship strivesin revision of the Constitution of this State, Registration.Clerk's Registering* Officer. ..

water.L and comes in direct relations with vain to"raise the voice of criticismor and to provide for the submission of the _--t;
same to the electors of the State at a general 1

; ,.A and protection from fire. We should the business men and the business censure. special election for ratification as follows: office........... J. A. Edwards.........,11

interests of the The ----- In the county of Escambia tor a delegate Amelia................. W. F. i ;
< select men who will take hold of country. pres- from the First Senatorial District; O'Neil's Residence... Isidore Scott.-I. 3

these questions at once with vigor ent postmaster, Mr. Pearson, is ad- GENERAL GRANT'S fatal illness has In the county of Santa Rosa, fora delegate School House No.12 N. Priest...............i !
from the Second Senatorial District; Farmer_.......< a
Hart's Road............ W. W.
and resolution. We cannot affordto mitted to be extremely well qualifiedfor brought out the best side of the Iii the county of Jackson, for a delegate Residence J. Owens.. John Owens.-.........1 <|

I the place and to have given Americans-national character. From from the Third Senatorial District ; King's Ferry.......... T. J. Hijjcinbothaiuj.
the risk of sickness and other
run In the counties of Washington and Boulogne ............... Geo. W. Hodges.?..i 8
Ik defects which are so patent to all. general satisfaction. No ground of every quarter'come to his sick bed Holmes for a delegate from the Fourth Callahan..................Samuel Jones.........\\J

objection is taken to him other than sympathy arid Senatorial District ; Higgin both am's........L.W.HiKjrinbotham,10
i1t' r messages qf respect. In the counties of Calhoun and Franklin Brandy Branch....... Noah A. Hicks ....1"
: THE CELEBRATION AT ST. AITl' that he is a Republican. He is said This is ?it should be. His military for a delegate from the Fifth Senatorial Dis-
trict; BOUNDARIES OF ELECTION DIS
:t + GUSTINE. not to have used his office in the services and the high positions he In the county of Gadsden, for a delegate TRICTS.

The celebration at, St. Augustine interest of that party or for any, has held, and still more, the gener- from In the the counties Sixth Senatorial of Liberty District and;Wakulla, District No.Includes all that townshiphne portion! of
of
on the 27th and 28th of March wasa other end than the public good. ous nature of the man, entitle him for a delegate from the /Seventh Senatorial Amelia number Island two, laying commencing north at the Atlantic

.i grand affair-by much. the largest The Democratic party has always to the highest regard and honor by District In the;county. of Leon, for a delegate from Ocean number and two running, until the west Transit on township Railroad line is

assemblage ever met together in held as one of its principles the Jeffersonian the American people. The peopleof the Eighth Senatorial District; reached, thence along the line of the railroad
In the Jefferson for
county. a delegate
Florida. The occasion deserved the rule as applied to office: the South may be less effusive in from the ninth senatorial district; to the drawbridge over Amelia river. of

attention paid to it, as being the Is he capable, is he honest? There their expression of sympathy for the from In the the county tenth senatorial of Madison district for ;a delegate Amelia District Island No. 2-To lying include south of that the portion southern

commemoration of the discovery of was, perhaps, no better occasionon I dying hero, but they are not less In the county of Hamilton for a delegate boundary line of District No. 1. Ameliariver
from the eleventh senatorial district District No. -To commence at
Florida and of the founding of the which this principle could be : sincere. A few hours more will In the counties of Taylor and Lafayettefor ; at the mouth of Clark's or O'Neillscreek
creek
oldest city in the United States. St. applied than in the New York post- bring to an end the career of one a delegate from the twelfth senatorial ; thence up Clark's or O'Neill westerly by
district ; to the Transit Railroad ; thence
; Augustine was. occupied by : the office. The President has shown who was always a firm friend and .a In the county.of Alachua for a delegate the railroad to Lofton creek;' thence down

Spaniards under Menendez in 1565, that his opinions before the election gallant foe. The people of the United from In the the county thirteenth of.Columbia senatorial for district a,delegate; Nassau Lofton creek river to to Amelia Nassau river river;; thence thence north dow

I'' 321 years ago, andjffrom{ that '.day and his action afterward are entirely] States will stand at his grave in from the fourteenth senatorial district; by Amelia river to place'of beginning. the

to the present has been continuously I consistent. It does not at all follow subdued sorrow for the sad and from In the the fifteenth county'of senatorial'Bradford,district for a delegate; railroad District crosses No. 4-To Lofton commence creek ; where thence up

c occupied. Jamestown, the that this appointment establishesany painful end of a life brilliant beyond In the .county' of Nassau for r delegate Lofton creek to McQueen's swamp; thence Old
J from the sixteenth senatorial district; up McQueen's swamp to the Waterman
.: first English settlement in America, rule. The President has exer- that of any of her sons in modern In the county of Putnam for'a delegate Field ; thence following the public wagon to

until 1608 cised his discretion in this instanceto also for the from the seventeenth senatorial district.In road to Port Henry on the St.Marys river
not and
was occupied over days, conspicuous the county of Duval for'a delegatefrom Amelia river; thence !up the Amelia n'k'

.; forty years later, has been long since retain a man whose retention was clouds and misfortunes which settled the eighteenth senatorial district ; .: to the mouth'of Clark's or O'Neills'creej.a
In the county of Marion for a delegate thence by the line of Clark's or 0 Neill'
.; abandoned, and is now only a j desired by the best people of all around it sclose. from the nineteenth senatorial district ; creek to the railroad ; thence by the hnet

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:' the :Alachua trail to range line No:'23; : :
beginning PROCLAMATION.MAYOR'S
to .
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railroad No. 5-To commence where' the thence' south by range line No ''23.tobase' .'. .,. .' ,: ;;-.c fi I t. ;.,. \ ... ,.' '. '. ... .
District line thence by base line to Crosbey's bay; 10... : '. OFFICE, )
railroad crosses Lofton creek; where. McQueen's ; ., .. .,. ... ". -
intersects 'J.()fton creek; thence.by Deep; creek ; thence down Deep' t. J FKBXANDINA, FLA., March 4, 1885.AN .j
swamp
thence np McQueen's swamp to the ford of creek to the mouth .. PAUL8: .'.. .. ELECTION WILL BE HELD ON
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?I 1': Higpinbotham's place; thence in a' District}{o.- J-To consist of all that portion .. .. .. 6th day of April next, being: the'tirstMonday
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southwesterly direction, following the'old ofthecounty south of the line commencing I;, ; ; for the following"-named city
b.or Deep creek thence by .. I c ....' f, i. ." officers: ...
public.. road to Boggy swamp; thence down at the.m n ; ( ', : It \
Boggy,swamp to. assau river; thence'down, said creek:to.Crosbey's: J bay to.the base line; '' +.++-++++++i. +i+. +.,+-+f, ++-++-U-++ +++-+I+I +I+I-r+-++-++-14MfffiOOK ..-++-++-++-++-++-+ ,One Mayor
Nassau river: : to the muutl'of Lofton creek r thence by the' base line to the'dividing-line .,:'1 J One City Clerk, .' -
thepce up Lofton creek to the place of beginning between.Naayau'and.Duval counties. One Marshal, .! .' !'

The( voting precinct No.'1 is.'est blbhecf 1 EMPORIUM One Collector ..
fl One Assessor,
at the court housein Fernandina. .
District No. 5-To commence at Port Hen- : One Treasurer and
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'The of District No. 2is: established -
the precinct ;
ry, on the St. Marys river: ; thence up Five Aldermen.The .
St. Marys river to the mouth of Little St. at Amelia settlement, formerly 'J.' t

Marys river: thence up the Little St.. Marys D. Vaughan's place, situated in'section. 15, "' +1'+-++-++-++1'+1'+-+++++F.I.+.I+ I ++t-++++1'++++++:r-++++++++++ will be polling the City place Council for the chamber First, Precinct and the
river to the public road, known as the Old township 2 north, range 28 east. following named persons are appointed Inspectors -
King's road; thence b)".the Kind's road to District No. 3.-':'The precinct is establishedat of Election : G. Starke John Gor-
the point where it crosses Boggy swamp ; School House No. 20. located on .land don and John W. Howell.
thence down Boggy swamp to the old ford deeded by W F Wood to the Board of Pub- NEW SPRING .GOODS-. The polling place for the Second Precinct
near Mr. Peter Green's place ; thencefol. ,lic Instruction for school purposes/and located :- will be C. J. Westberg's store, and the following -

lowing the public road-in a northwesterly in, section' 37, township 2 north"<< range, named persons are appointed Inspectors -
direction to the ford on McQueen's swamp; 26 east. I have just received, b.eyoOtquestion, the finest assortment of: of Election : Theodosia Acosta,
thence down McQneen's swamp to 'Vaterman's District No. 4-The precinct established Romeo and Robert
McDonald.
Spring Goods ever brought to Fernandina, consisting .of Colored: Denegal
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Old Field ; thence by the public roadto School House No. 12 at Conevill >, locatedin I p. The polls will be opened at 8 o'clock a. m.
Port Henry, the place of beginning. section 43, township<< 3 north,range: 28 east.: Silks, Black'Silks, Fancy and Plain Parasols,Nun's Veiling, Cash- and closed at 6 o'clock p. m.

District.No. 7-To commence at the mouthof District No. 5-The precinct is establishedat meres,Gloves,'Mitts, Hosiery By order of the Mayor.
the Little St. Marys river; thence up the School House No. 21. located on land.- 'J W. H. POPE. Mayor.
Little St. Marys river to the old King's road deeded by S.A. Swann to the Board of Public Attest: EMIL O. FRIEND, City Clerk.
(one leading to camp Pinkney); thence by Instruction for school purposes| ; located .:PLAIN ANDFANCY DRESS. GOODS ,
1 the old King's road to.Camp Pinkney on in lot2.'section and townsnip. north, range J
the St. Marys river;' thence down the St. 26 east g 'v IIr:1
Marys to the mouth of LittleSt. Marys river,, District No. 6-The precinct is established 'EmbroidH1sl,nLaceS, Silk' and'. Xinen:''Handkerchiefs. Ribbons'. __ -.(..).. Ty : C' )
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residence of .. John Owens R CO x. yr'CD \t..
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the place beginning.District'No. at the '
Piques .
Feathers, Satines;; ; Ginghams; and In short everything to o o ::: : :
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.' &=.cShnnence at Camp infection 7, township north, range 26 east. ::s 0 s.tJ ., i'
'be foundTn well-appointed establishment. ., .
a dry goods Special '
Pinkney, on the St; Marys river; thence by District No. '7-The precinct is establishedat ; : ,: .1 .
the old Kin;s road to the point where the I School House No. 7, in the town of King's attention is directed to my large and varied assortment of s,:: C7y : 0 fs
Alachua trail leaves it; thence followingthe i Ferry, on the St. Marys river. o: -0':: :s !".0oo : Oi .1"

Alachua trail to Button's; thence westerly District No. 8-The precinct is establishedat = o = h
by the public road to Stokes' Ferry, on the turpentine still at John D.Jones', situated MEN'AND Y. o;oo'o a = -....
the St. Marys river; thence down the St. i.i township 3 north, range 23 east. .-os. .=:::.. ,:", tj C;:::
Marys river to the place of beginning. District No. 9-The precinct is establishedat o
District No. 9-To commence nulle mouthof School House No. 5, located in the town n 0= cr co"C=a OS'coc I

Boggy creek, on Nassau river; following of Callahan. on the Transit Railroad. I which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at :; .::;-(II.....
Boggy creek to the ford of Kin;s road District No. 10-The precinct is estab- s:: :
astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at onehalfthe r Io I
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road Alachua Hi inbothom's. situated .
thence north by the King's to lished at Mr. L. W. oq :::Itj:
trail: thence by the Alachua trail to the in section 22, township 4 north, range cost. Also, a large variety of Gents' Underwear and Furnish- :to s cD -.... 0 yf : .'.-.. '' !.
range line No. 23; thence following the 24 east. ing Goods of every description. ,<- W ppp I
range line south of the base line to the District No. The precinct is establishedat o :; :: :: '
boundary line of Duval county; thence by School House No. 28, located on land 'Z p trj H f
the dividing line between Duval antI Nas- deeded by George W.: Bryce to the Board of HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES 3S.3g.p3SB::

sau counties to the mouth of Boggy creek, Public Instruction for school purposes, situ- 2 ... :: : 'I.
the place of beginning. ated in section 30 township 1 south, range "::I'< r.cr"'I.:; =-000)..Lia 'U
District No. JO-To commence at Stokes' 24 east. JOHN A. EDWARDS, for Men, Ladies and'Misses, of all sizes, at low prices. In:Domestic o w: (oo :"' ;!
Clerk Circuit Court. tA ...... .. :::'
Ferry, on the St. Marys river; thence by Goods lIam offering unprecedented bargains,.and will not beunderso1d C..... -.t"4
the public road to Alachua trail ; thence by Fernandina, Fla., April 3, 1885.FAMILY i. < ga-J O i is
.- .tLinens and White Goods are among my specialties. P pc3 P
Attention is. also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEFURNISHING (110000
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GOODS :: 3 iS. Hy
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comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit.. Give me a G. Xcrj =- >_
call. All orders by mail promptly attendee! to, at -3 w roS (D = 45Y
WHITNER SCHUYLER *1 3 2.cog I Ioooo
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PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM :
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Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store, 5' RP 00
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No417 CENPILE.StTREET: :: :: CENTRE STREET, --2. -V (00) -
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A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: .... 1'
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lINE GROCERIES TEA AND G COFFEE .. OF MACON, GEORGIA, t

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Canned Goods Fla., the author-
Pure Spices, .. ized Agents to contract for the sale of their r


=". I .. '. '. '.-. BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES..'

Imported Pickles and Alices, Dried Fruits, Nuts,,, ,.,,'', ..'",1. ,. ... ,: .i'' 01.:' '". ,.: ,,. : '-.<"....., .,.....'":. .". :.,.,. "- .. .. .., '" tt
Parties wishing to purchase will get all ;."

.. formation as regards prices from them. in"J
CRACKERS AND CANDIES i .j... ;, : Samples of different! qualities and
can be seen at the office of :.i2.
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MODE BRO'S,
Toilet Soap and Perfumery, : .. .-' ... .., ,", .' :"-- .;; ??' -- ,- .# .L 26 Fernandina. ]


Best Brands, Family Flour, ;, ,,- SEWING MACHINES IhALL '

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Choice Butter and Cheese, ... .", .. LATE IMPROVED MAKES,
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For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO t.
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WHOJiESALELL.ND RETAIL., prices. HENRY IIOBEIN, It I'i

Behold This Corner Third and Ash Streets, .J
Big Space
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MODE BRO'S have sold their stock down '. Post-Office 1aU ce.

so low that they were compelled to send :" Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. : 'I

e'",.=* .k.a",4 V. their Mr. I. A. MODE to visit the Northern '.' ., Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. }f. ,
psg iT rSJo :' and Eastern markets, to select for their already Money Orders and Registered Letters: from I
8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M l
well-established trade AN ENTIRE .. !: to 3:30 p. m.ARRIVAL t
NEW Spring stock in every department, AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. I l

which they will enumerate in' the next Transit & Peninsular Railroad- t .,I

issue. Taking advantage of the lateness of Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 p.M. i
Brings mails from the North,the
; and the low at which :
prices
: the season, very Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
manufacturers are closing out their Spring railroads. I.t

,, and Summer Goods, they will be enabled in :. Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 A.M.
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Takes mails for the North, the
io this market the
this i instance bring to
4 ; Fn r,itiV{ ,(f. Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular t:
,, largest and cheapest stock of Goods ever roads. ,

s a; r brought to Florida.: -Examine their low Leesburg train arrives daily.......... 8:40 A. M.

prices before buying. Brings Western mail only.
n s Fernanaina &Jacksonville Railroad&rrivesdailyexcept ? I

MODE: J3BO, Sunday........ 4:15 A.M.
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n. .._ ._ .. the Jacksonville and St.
Brings
Leaders of Low Prices.
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John's river mails.

Closes daily except Sunday..........10:30 A.M.
Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's I
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River and Northern mails.

:t!:" :. Sunday MailJacksonville I.

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:t. ,:-t :. '. : .). arrives...................................10:25 A.M.
;- Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. M. ,
.. John's River and
St.
Jacksonville,
B.: NOYES ;
"._, .. .C. -.I' .: the North closes....................... 6:00 A.)I. I

DEALER INFAMILY :::"; ':; : ; ':: : ,.;. ., Jacksonville only, closes.and......St......John's..........River........ 4:00 P. M. '
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FURNITURE, :STOVES, PAINTS, .mi1a.- '.;, .' '; .::\ r'r' (If.) ; J.. ta.J' .., ,.,. /. ,;;'-."'.'' .1. Has removed his business to the rooms over

.. '.....,.,.'."-', .'-..,,..--..:...'I'f:". ......', .,. .- ,. ., 'J J.J.-";- J". the New York Bakery, on Centre street.
CROCKERY, l HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE I 1- P.!" :.:'. ",";.V"t. .' .'. .. lie has received an assortment of seasonable
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Prices Low as the Lowest. i f; : .:. best style.
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NOTICE :.- t. '1' t'J' "o .
the 6th day bf'Aprff, at Fernandina.: in the County ,of Nassau, or ,so. much? .. .. < .. '. .". O'; -< t.I. ... .., =
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opposite to the .same, together with costs.of sale.and advertising! : ., ... .. >' < :..i. '-0'11'. '.; b'T.1., : .1 94E .i88s
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",'J' t. h: LAND J' ;-. '. ._,' I.:g i .== l' .., f4.z'. Sutton, H=;.:. .-.. ;;.'t .""" ....; S E corner,of I lot 3.....;.........-...'.......;=.....-...... -t. '4'N: 25 p.L' 2 .4 93 '

.. . .', .DkSCRIPTION".. .{Olt" ; ,,1. ...-.. o gi.. 0 TysonJohn..........:: ..... N.WTcorder'of. ; ........:.....:........:.............::4U-VN25E 163. .4.93 Navy Clippings &W
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A'll .of.' ..-...... .. ..... :...'J'.:: :....."....;.:.,;....,.. :of..--.:...0:.:. 40' '-2N 25 'E -".r".,. e. .-' .. : ". r I.t'; j.: ,"n' r 1,6t"ect1-OJls 8, 17, 18 aOlL.-' :' 30 1.b25= E 2580 L .
Atkl.nson, Geo.........: { :, l -4. .... -Tallraferr o J. P.L" .!: N>t.'S'' W i", N.1 of 8 Eli S ,V'] ofSE }... 4 '591 EST
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X.Jf.N E 1, B El ofN.E I lot 20f.8.W' _. .. : ., .',..;/ .1 F 1M1 J of N.rW'}. N'W'19f.N Y'1;&'WA o 1, Tv 25 E ,600
.}. S i 1 ofS: 'V.l:....;.:.::.:;::::::...:. 2 N 26E 'd.230 -u -. by ,7. -.:; : l' NV1, SIV.i. N E'}.:.:...:..:....:....... ;,....; 16 1N: 25'E, 480 "

Armstrong & 'Yilkcs...:f Lots 1, _"of-lot.,. .. ; 8. 9and 10....:................... -ii 2 N 26E 323 'y 1, S.E.. ......:........:..:..................:;......_.. 24: TN 24.E ,480 25,83Vanzant r' 3 SBRI :.
Lots .4.. 5. 6 and 7..;;....................:....;.......11 3 .E 303 5 85 J. A............... E 1 of'except( 40 acres ii'NE. corner)..... 19. 3 N 26.E, 215 8 20 J : 5 +
Chas.............. Lot 2,. block 40., rnal1dina........:........... NI25 ff 56' :Wilds; :Miri ....:...... 20 acres itl: the N 'V corner, and 160.acres .. "
Bradley, Newtoll........... Lot 7, block..77. Fernandina.........;.......... I ; 5 58. n. { Ain S E }...............................;.. ........... 38 .3 N.. .26E 180 4 79 r, EM'. DUGl .
: NEofSWNWofSE: 1:..........'.. 4 IS23E 160 Williams P ter..........'..... Lots 10 and 11, block 1:1, Fernand. :;..: .. '10 96Nilson TRy1r s. = 1
t .l\l I, of.......................................:::........19 1 8 24 E : T.;L.......!........... N.1 of lot 2, block 81, .Fernandi 1 .: ..:..... '4I)0Wideman )
Bryce, Geo. W............ { All of sections 20, 29 and....................:.. 30 1 S 24E: 2560' J.....:...:.. ....: Lot.15. block 25. Fernandina.................. 3 35 WILL' PAY 2.50
N E 1. S i of8 E L N'V }...................... 35 1 S 23E 400 Washington.. J08.. ..,......... S 1 of8V 1, lots 12'and' 13..:.......:;..::.:...: 11 4'N 24E 80 3 61 $ PER DAYTo
f 0111 of..................: .. ......... ............:...:.. 16 3 N 26 E all work for at home.
: All of. sections and..............:.... ........ 36 .1 S 23E. 280 94 IE Wilds. C ................... ; ; : ,420 who me To many I can
< .......... 48 27 E 540 31 18 afford to pay more.5STEADY .
r As described in.a deed on record in book : .1 l lV part of the 8 Christopher grant: 3.N. .
., r;' .347 and 348, County Recorls. Williams. C"c". ...:...,.... Asdescribed in a deed on record in book > EMPLOYMENT. Light. Pleasant.Work.
Daniel........... pages { "
Baxter. 1 .. ......... ....................... ......... ...... 46 3 N 25E 5 P, page 644. County Records............ .16 2N..31 840 15 '43Williams. SEND .POSTAL CARD"TO W. W. R1DOUT, LOUISVILLE,' Kv.TNTENDING .
S 1 of lot 7, block 45. Fernand1l1a.: ..;.. :.... 913; Lot-5. block 58, .: : .;.;........ '2 95
Burney, Wm................ N E 1 of N E }...................................... 18 2 N 25E : 40 8 00r Unknown.. :....:.:...:........ Lots 9 and 24. block! 2, Fernandina:...:... .. '. 5 58 '. ADVERTISERS should address
In the S E corner of the, Pedro Pons : =. ." ......;.:u........:. Lots 2y : 4.30 and 31, block 5. Fernandina 01 368'u
I described in Ii deed ...:.. ;...:........ : Lots. 1, ....; 13, 14.15; 16, block 19, .Ferlan- : .. .4 54 GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
Booth, .J F................. ord grant In. or book a.s u R 229'and'on;.230'rec 4 It ...........:.i ;..... dina\: .:..............:.....::a;;.......-..... ..........: 10'Spruce 'Street, New York City,

t' County Records;,.....pages............................ 207 7 82 u .........:.L.:...: Iot 11. hlock'5. Old Fernandina.....:........ 1 M SELECT.LIST OF
FOR 1,000
NEWSPAPERS.
'V. J......... .. .... .. ...... .. ..................... Lots. block 11 Old FernaJ1'dina............. .1 52
. Booth, ....... Lot 1..;.............. :... .. .... ... 32 2 N 25 E 54 5 58 ''
F 1Jt ................................. .................. 3 4'N 23 E 80 ..' '!l.:................... N 1' of N'V 1. 'V 1 of S E l.S'E ofN.E ,
.achlot" J R............. ;1 A 11 o2 f.................................................... 38 5IJ 24E 64:0 8 86 'It/ ..................:.. 1; SEof NW I..:.......- .........;........... 22 ,2N24E, 2201 414
All of................................................... 402 N 1:1 E ............:........S1ofSWNWofSW: #................. 2 2N26E 120r .283
f. Cia\.' John L.............. { S part of............................................... 43 2 N 27 E ,200 6.25 ': ..................... All, of.................:........ ........................19. 2.N.25E 695 900.
h .......:.:..:........ Lots land 3..........................................13 2 95 256
Y' Crane Wm................... N \V 1 ofSV }..................................... .2 2 N 24E: 40 7'' 15 u NI'27.E ,
1& Capo Miss.................... Lots 3 4 and 6, block 2, Old Fernandina.. 3 09' .....................,... Lots 2 and. 3 for 1883.............................. .2 56 .
; ." .................. ...L'otr2i .-.......................... .............. ...... N 98 Eo f 2 56 ',
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Counts J. C.................. N E of N E i....................................... ..7 2 S. 23E. 40 8' 86." .,L '..I\: ...' / s.J JI '. 1-
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;; ,; Lot in Callahan described in a deed'on i' I I. ,

Cay, R., Jr., agent.,, ...... { record CAnuty in Records.book "'R....,"...pages'550...............and......551......, .: ., '3.. : ,. W. F. SCOTT, Collector of Revenue. .. .' THE FLORIDA

t W corner ofSanr.hez .......... 51 2 N 25E 350 14 52 Fernandina, Fla., March 14, 1885. ,
Lot 10 block 17 IMPROVEMENT COIPANY"1

r Lot 7, block 39'rernandma ..'............. 'fO'VX, ,
w Lot 29, block 268 .,. ,
;$ Dickinson, M. ; S......:.. Lot 2. block 269 .. Fernandina,
ik Lot 9; block 7, Old.Fernandina............... -:: .' '. '. : 'F'\:' ,

.l. Lots2,3and4ElofSEofNE.312N25E. 517 ':" : ;, ...:... ; Towns on R. R. Line.
All of ......................................:............11 1.N 24E 64:0.45'70: '0 ,
i LotS 5 and N of N 'V 1, N N lof N And
12. JS cedar Key.
Eliza........... "
,l Eubanks, { E }..............................................:....... 21 4N: 24E 172 3 88 f I' f.
Errickson, Martin...........S \V 1 of N \V t.........................:........... 22 2 N 24E 40 1 90 I
}gip: Freeman, C................... \V of lot 13. block 33, Fernandl11a........ 4 93 I
'' Faulk Jane................ .WofSWofSW 1 ofSW.34 4N24E 5 190
:r i Ford, :Irs. Diary........... ...... .....................;................................14. 2 N 2.4E 40 2 56 :JB.: : rJ Or cE: :ENIN'G: Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large t
Gust, Allen.................. S:: E 1 of8 E *........................................29 3 N 25E 40 5 05 -AT- },
z ISWlofSW #...................................... 31N25E 40 number of the most eligible and desirable

e Gardner, E. A;,'est. of.. i I SEofSE&.4. 1N25E 1 N 25E 40 40 -WJ.. ; 'LOHM'AN'S.. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

25 E 40
l Lot 4:.....................2 N 27 E 79 .4 40 City or Suburban Residences,
Green, Philip J.............. In S E corner of.................................... 2 3 N 26 E 60 6 76Gany
Chas................... Lot .. 4 N 25 E 51 4 67 I HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY NEW AND'' SPACIOUS STORE, UPON EASY TERMS. ,
r Lot 1S23E 144 .
'., '. 4..7 CORNER OF' SLXrJS: AND ASS:: STREETS,

I E. 1.................................................... 42 NI23 E 160 Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
Lots 6. 7, 8 and 10, N.'V 1 of S E I..4. 1 E 240 A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF

Jtf .! I lets2and3........................................... 2 NI23 E parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
n; SEof NE }....................................... 33 2 NI23 E .120 DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
,:. j SV 1 of N E +....................................... 3.5 2 N 23E: 40 .rial enterprises who will erect on the prop
Green'&; C-onnor......... N E 1, 'V 1 of S E 1, lots 2,3 and 4......... 27 2 N 23E 470 ,
NEofSE : ....... ............33 2N23E erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
I } liN.TN.: }: SEo f CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,

: r NW1.NWofNW }......................... 3 1N23E 201 residence, or in which to conduct their
W of S 'V 1,8 E 1 of S E 1..................... 3 2N 23ESEofSENE COMPRISING FULL LINES IX ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACINGALL

; l N \V 1 of N E 1........1.. 2N23Ey 2N23E 240 THE busin ss.

N i of lot 8................ofSE.4. 1 N 23 E 25 2425 NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIESFOR INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
. ". Harris, Daniel............. H. Young Grant........ 3 N 26E 190 3 21
I 4I Hunt, \V. F..................SEofSW }....................................... 28 1N24E: 100 2564N25E by exemption for a term of years from
S of lot 5............................................. 17 40 TIlE SPRPtfG AND SUMMER TRADE.
S H enl 1 e rson, Cc'la} ....... t .1. .. ... ........... taxation, offered by the several cities and
yv N E 1 of IS E 4.".............. ... .. 18 4 N 25E 84 4 00
!, h Higginbotham. J. S........ In Scorner of the Christopher grant........ 48 3 N 27 E 110 4 93 ;Z3S-MY PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VAL-

Higginbotham, Arthur... S \V 1 ofS E }....................................... 7 2 S 23E 40 6 77 UED COMMAND WILL HAVE MY PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION. towns. Apply to
j '' Higginbotham, C........... The Reuben Hogan grant...................... 39 3 N 25E 303 8 86 CHAS. W. LEWIS,
.Hi ginbotham, Mrs. E... Lots 3 and 4.......................................... 20 4 N 25 E 105 5 19Higginbotham W. J. LOIIMAN, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.WOOTON Fernandina.
; ,Yo F........N W 1 of N 'V }.................................... 36 2 N 24 E 40 14 38 Office, cor. Beach & 7th sts.
: u; HuthesE I ....................EIofSWofSWofSW.34 4N24E: 5 256
$ Hl'nllerson, E. F., est of Lots 17 and 18, block 269, Fernandina..... 7 16
' Hall J. H.... ................. All of the Sable grant............................ 653 9 78
Ilu riy. R. A.................. 'lt. 1..................................................... 3 4 N 23 E 42 1 90
1ru t ; Part of the Christopher grant lying on S .
'{ E line of said grant, and bounded onH'
the N and E by lands of E 'Varden...... 48 3 N 27E 63
199 i n both am, A.......
IJt 3 N 26 E 33 THE CELEBRATED
E }
6 i 1..1
1 3 N 26 E 320 9 34 SEWINGMACHINES..

Johnson, Dan'1..............11 ........................................... 2 N 25 E 26 5 05 DESKS
John on, Dan'l............. N 1 of N E 1...........................................22 2 N 24 E 80 2 56 .
Johnson T. N............. N 1 ofS E I........................................... 22 2 N 24: E' 80 2 56
.; 8 'V 1 of S \V }....:............:.................... 27 2 N 25 E 40 SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES -
Harle\ ............ RUNEW140N
,z Jonas. J f Lot. 3................................... ...................9_6 3 N 25 E 40 45T TF'E -
In the S 'V corner of the S 'V 1 of the Non
t.3, J. IInml\I ........... I O
1. I..0 N 25 E 6 3 61

::1 + 1 Joseph J. E...................S I: 1 of N E }....................................... 33 3 N 26E 40 7 55 EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
t;= kt S E corner of Pelot grant, or as described
'll ti' Jones. :Mary L............ { ill a final decree in chancery order WITH THEM.
,! book page 229................................:... ."2 N 28E 67 8 21 a -
N of subdivision A of lot 5 block 243. [
. k r .............. 1 ....,
hove Samuel { being a part of.................................... 23 3 X 28 E 4 49 a r.; mr a ; eu.w.
Lang \Irs. C................. E 1 ofN 'V 1. S'V }............................... 8 18 23E 14:; 5 71

1 F L; Lancaster, F. 'V........ .1 Subdivision a part of..B.....of....Lot......3.,..block..........444.....,.being.........22 3 N 28 E 6 90 No. 8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of ordinary cJ &

i }.fott>s. \[rs. II.... ......... N 'V 1 nf 8 E 1, lot 3.............................. 19 1 S 23 E 89 6 65 -- __ _- construction when, for slight 1j1fl9'
11Ituey, J. H................. Lot 25, block 3. Fernandina.................... .6 65 additional cost you can have
4 r MelMaugh, J. E.............. N J: 1 of J. D. Vaughan grant...................52 2 N 27E5 00 3 88 .I_ the benefit of our improvements
'; 4' NEE1ofSE.SW 1 ofSEW 1 .
r of X W 1 of S E &..............................30 2 N 25E 302 -_. To'- ': 4- 5r.' ..... j, 't = ? Awkward closets and aC I Ir
.. : ,. ... "j' +' side drawers done
As described in a deed on record in book N'' "; "': -Tii 0- .q. away with
t' R." page 353, County Rccords........... 30 2 N 25E 1 f.(1. !; f; tf'di 1Y f; ; fi iii ; substitute revolving cases
tJ
I. in Callahan_.................................... 30 2 N 25E 1 4 s !
1V1ofSW }.........................................24 1N24E 80 j 'Jih'' JM ..1 I:: 1mtit ''i f', tl 1;\1)}= ; which swing with a slight
ft" NofS\Vi ofS \ViSElofSEl25 2N23E 384 1 ':..." j 'T '; 1 !\. 1f.:(r:..i'' :'I. touch of the hand and are r
.., ,,".'
{ 1 eLl. '
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:Dloore. JoN: ''' N 1 of 8 E }........................................... 35 1 8 23 E 80 {I. e ,;' '11' If' -, I. s t'ri".... 1.. I' 1," ; -);f&;, thus enabled to furnish double r
k
"..': All of............................ .....................36,1 S 23E 638 l i I:..' "- ""'.:Ji'I -_w c.: the generally given' (
= .1.. on
i yl, ,; w t I Lot 8..................................................... 22 N 25 E C9"t a ;:; -s. .. '"I'" .'" w .. "==- space I
Zt! All of the Griffith grant.............:.......... 38 2 N 23 E 302 ---- =.:;;; _:;.:-= each side ; and when cases are I
4 I All of t he Griffith grant.......................... :G 2 N 23 E 640 -=-- open, the whole interior is I
,All of the Griffith grant.......................... 8 1 N 23 E 640 flooded with light and all..
t I.'h' 1 of.............r..................................... GIN 24B 322 No. 14 Low Don Roll Top, readily reached with ':
portions
Morrison, MISS !............ Lot 15. block 30. Fernandina................. 4248Mc.J'arland
E................ E 1 of lot 8. block 52, Fernandina.......... 3 61 out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection] and applied to
Meienna .Jaml.......... S E 1 of 8 E L._....;.......... ..................... 22 2 N 24E 40 4 93 the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.
E1ofSWlots1and2.......................1. 2N24E 584: 196
-
r ELW1of NWSE 1 ofNWN1 5
nf SWSEofSW }..................... 12 2 N 24 E 564Middlings re
Purifier Co. All of fraction.....:....:........................ 36 3 X 24 E 560 THE 'W"OOTON
All 1 1 of ..rctional................................... 6 2 N 25 E ;
All I of fractional......:............................ 812, N 25 E 110 > =-- Cabinet Office Secretary.The -w --
All of fractional.....! ............. .............. 32 3 N 25 E 612
ti 1laxwe. C. D............... Lot 33 and 34; block; Fernandina........ 4 OGri
All of { 2O: acres inN W corner, 00oitc
--\ "l.\'T; B............. and 8 except El).............'.... ........:............... 3S 3 N; 2GE 460 34 C"Park'ior. :: d. : : ? most spacious and elegant desk ever pre
R .' B. C..:..;.-;.. ..-.........N E }'of S "r I.......'..!............................11 3 N 24E 40 663 ; '
ented to the business One hundred and
,Lot2W&ofN: 'Yl fSE1E 1ofNEPi public. OT i?::; R1IGULAf\.1 I
'k'44. H. C............... { I 1 uf S W 1..3- 2 N 25 E 49 "en compartments, as shown in cut, all underone pA
S I: 1 of............................................... -19 2 N 25E 100 10 44 n' 'n L;rE Jock and key. Especially adapted ,for Mer' P ffl'N EVERi NEVER
Palm S p.. As described in a deal un record in book a'' f chants. Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials OUT or ORDER.
Pa' .,10 .4. ._ _. County Records, being .
{
1\ ;o1111'al1) :...;' ..... part pages of the E i of lot 4....................... 43 3 N 2'3E Ii 14 33 and Professional Men generally : EQUAL .

r.,4lt 12. block 9..........:............................ NrwH fi
Ro.x. Geo..S.............. { Lot 2.3. hlllck 16........:.............................
Lot .18. block 6. Fern ail dh1a.................... 23 96
R.E". Peter J ...............".NV 1 of N ,y 1.......:........................... 16 2 N 25 E 40 3 61 1Vooton Cabinet Ofllcc Secretary. ADDRESS : Jd UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.
Burp'll" J..R....:..........;$ "r flf X 'V}...;....-.. ........................... 16 1 N 24E 40 6 25 j't\\CAQo AN } \.AN14
Smith. 11. 11........ ......... N 1 of \V 14 2 X 24E 80 2 56 WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURINGH"CO., ( p MASS.' A GA.
Smith..J. 'V'.........:.........1LHt f 6, block 76. -nahdina...................... 414ingenB. '- '' '- +"" /'' :'.; '" ':< ... ,.,.. ; .. ILL FOR SALE: BY
: dt''cribeJ in a deed on record in bookSwerr RICHMOND, 'IND., U. S. A.
11........ f (rAs hR." page 23j, County Record......... 38 2\27E 100 4 80 -, "









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_- THE. FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL .44, 1885.J" ."' .- I

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DRUGS,' MEDIOINES, ETC. GOING NORTH. ST. ,:MARK'S BRANCH I

I &> T1.. :IKTSTIDIDARE : Day Pas. Kt Pas. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)

A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee..................... ... 8.00 a lu
ESTABLISHED Leave Cedar Key.................. 7.30 7.30 Arrive ..... .
1871 Wakulla- .................... 9.05 a m I
NOW RECEIVING, WEEKLY,. LARGE.SHIPMENTS OFgfNEWSPRiNG1OODS11 Leave Rosewood.................... 8.02 8.10 Arrive St. Mark's-........................ 9.30am
Leave Otter Creek................. 8.30 8.55Leave Leave St.Mark's-........................10.00
-- a.m u
: Bronson-..................... 9.12 9.55 Arrive Waknlla-..........................10.25
\\ Leave Archer.............:.......... 9.43 10.30 Arrive Tallahassee....................11.30 a m \
[((/ I II Leave Palmer....................... 9.58 10.49 a m
DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES Leave Arredondo...............:...10 12 11.06 CONNECTIONS. i

I Leave Gainesville.................10.36 11.36A. At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
M. all points North and East with the Fernan-
-AT- Arrive aldo....... .. ............11.18 12.30 dina & Jacksonville Short;Line for Fernan- .
Leave Waldo-.......................11.32 2.00 dina and with Steamers for all
I LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES.A & CO. I Leave Thurston....................11.55, 2.30 the St.; Johns River St. Augustine points etc. on t
.
P.M. At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen-
LARGE LINE OF-- 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.
Leave Lawtey.._....................;12.53 3.22 At Live Oak, ,with the Savannah Florida t
WHITE GOODS =1 PHARMACISTS 1= Leave Highland.................... 1.11 3.45 &Western Railroad.At ,
:Leave Maxville...................... 1.29 4.15 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch I
CONSISTING OF Arrive'Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.50 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
Leave Baldwin........1............ 1.56 5.40 urdays.At .
Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
Centre Street.FERNA.NDINA Leave Dutton........................ 2.30 6.15 cola & Atlantic Railroad Marianna.. Pen-
Linon de Deccas, etc. Arrive Callahan..................... 3.00 6.50 sacola, Mobile, :Montgomery New Orleans, i.
FLORIDA, Leave Callahan...................... 3.15 7.20 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, I
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.07 8.16 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa-
\ constantly on hand a fine assort- Arrive Fernandina................. 4.35 8.50 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. 1
\\I
[II I SUMMER SILKSI KEEP
DRESS GOODS : INUN'S I of FRESH and PURE FOR- JjiiJJ'Day Passenger daily except Sunday; The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to

EIGN and DOMESTIC ,Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR'DIVISION.. all points West.Through i
Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
VEILING, GINGHAMS, SEERSUCKERS, ETC. Drugs and Chemicals (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) I and at new office southwest corner of Bay '
and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
Colored and White; SPECIAL Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, GOING SOUTH. A. MACDONELL, I
Laces Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings-1 R Sin these Goods.A Day Pas. Nt Pas. Gen'l Ticket and .Agent, t '-
and Fancy Goods P.M. A.M. Fernandina Fla. i
Proprietary Leave Waldo......................... 3.20 1.00 C. "". MAXWELL, i
FINE LINE OF NEW CLOTHING FOR MEN YOUTH AND Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.30 Master of ,
FINE TOILET ARTICLES Transportation
SPRING AND SUMMER BOYS ; ELEGANT CUT Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.54 1.50 Baldwin, Fla.
FINISH. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. HEADQUARTERS FOR GENTLE Leave Lochloosa.........,.......... 4.12 2.20 D. E. MAXWELL, ;
AND KING PERFUMERY: SOAPS, ETC., Leave Citra........................... 4.34 2.0 General Superintendent I IK
BROWNING
[EX'S FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS FOR Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.48 3.09 Fernandina Fla.
& CO.; CUSTOM SUITS MADE TO ORDER; FIT GUARANTEED. IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.25

DOMESTIC GOODS Linen Sheetings, Towels and 1 HOSIERY AND CLOVES, Leave Silver Spring............... 5.37 3.35 Savannah, Florida and Western
DOMESTIC GOODS ], Towelings, at Wholesale Prices.} UNDERSHIRTS. DRAWERS, Leave Ocala............................ 5.58 4.17 )
FANCY MATTINGS at Special Bargains. A large stock of Ladies, Physicians' Prescriptions Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 RAILWAY.
at low prices. ZST BOOTS AND SHOES at less than regular prices. E&BHpr Leave Oxford......................... 6.55 5.27
Gents' and Misses' carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 5.55 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All lif
Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars andover reasonable prices.BSrCHANGE. Leave Leesburg...................... 7.50 6.55 trains: of this road are run by Central

wait.FREIGHT Arrive Tavares...................... 8.20 7.25 ((90th) Meridian time, which is:: 33 minutes

PREPAID.J". cfc3 T.Northeast DSLTiTIDiD: : : OF SCHEDULED GOING NOETH. A.M. P.M. slower than Jacksonville time. f,

corner Centre and Third Sts., Leave Tavares...............6 25 5.20 ON and after Sunday, January 18,1885, ,
SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Leave Leesburg...................... 6.55 6.08 Passenger Trains will leave and arrive t
SST NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. }. FERNANDINA, FLA. I Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.25 7.10 as follows:
Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.:
GEORGIA ANDFLORIDA Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.52 7.49 Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:30 a m ;
RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 8.50 : Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m
Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08: a m I
Inland Steamboat Co. Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 9.36 Arrive at Waycross daily at-.........10:00 a m
Leave Sparr's......................... 9.38 9.53 Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 p m
MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIPLINE Leave ..Citra.......................... 9.53 10.16 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at....... 3:30 p m
Leave Lochloosa..10.15 10.46 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 pm.
ISTO HEAT-NO! DUSTBUT Leave Hawthorne..................10.37 11.15 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 pm'' '
Leave Dixie.........................10.55 11.40 Arrive Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m
FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE A.M. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 am'

A Delightful Trip Along the Picturesque Arrive Waldo.... ...... ............11.20. 12.15 Arrive at Savannah dmlyat......... 1:30 p m
Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m I r
f 3fDay Passenger daily except Sunday;
Sea Islands. Night Passenger daily. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- I
cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
r ,
a3.r.d ire 4Y k -- cola. Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, all trans-
F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- t
I6r'A PERFECT SERVICE.*I S!
(FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) wick take this train, arriving at Brunswick C ,
-- GOING SOUTH. via B. & W. R. R. at 1.13 p. m. S
THE IRON STEAMER, A.M. P.M. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this 1
Leave Fernandina...............11.10 5.10 train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile I a
.> Leave Hart's Hoad..11.43. 5.37P. and New Orleans. I t';
;c'
r. 3 r-- eK '-- .M.. Pullman Palace, Sleeping Cars Jacksonville .

Arrive Jacksonville................12.50 6.35 to Cincinnati J(' up.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
GOING NORTH.
A.M. P.M. ville to St. Louis Waycross.. ,

Leave Jacksonville................ 8.45 2.30 ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS. ,:
Leave Hart's Road................. 9.43 3.42 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:25 pm i'
Arrive Fernandina................10.10 12 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12 Pill' ..
MARY MORGAN Arrive at Callahan ........... i
& Trains daily except Sunday. daily! at 2:04: p in .
FINE STEAMSHIPS- Arrive at Waycro&s daily at........... 3:50 p m ".
SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 5:25 W
ON AND AFTER MARCH 29th p m !
CITY OF1 SAN ANTONIO 1,080 TONS. Leave Jacksonville... .................. 9.10 a. m. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p m J: :
Arrive Fernandina.....................10.33 a. in. Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville i
TATE OF TEXAS, 1, $42 TON Will LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday Leave Fernandina...................... 4.00 p.m. vannah. This train all local to Sa- l

CA..ltONDELET, ..1,508 TONS. Tuesday and Thursday. Arrive Jacksonville.........-.:........, 5.25p.m. tions between Jacksonville stops at and Savannah.sta- !
LEAVES SAVANNAH, foot of LincolnSt. I'f'
'VEISTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. :
.. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. FAST MAIL. I:

Passengers North-bound connect at Savan- CONNECTIONS.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30: p m :. i ':
ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. nah with Rail and Steamship Lines; and Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 In #1.3 !

South-bound Passengers reaching Savannahby FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Callahan daily at..:........ 3:10 pm
Rail or the Ocean Steamship Company With New York and Fernandina Steam- Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m J
NE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK from New York and Boston, or Boston & ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 0:35: p m
EVERYTHURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m 1 I.:
Cedar Key, Peninsular Railroad. Morgan tion Company with the for Florida Railway & :Naviga- I With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive! at Charleston daily:at...:..... 1:45 a mArriveatWashington.D.C.dail.11:00 f:
and Brunswick .
daily except Sunday.AT
This Line Transfers between Fcnmmliua and New pm. fl.
; lmviii; no
York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA, CALLAHAN.To Arrive New York daily at......... 6:40 a m Jj;
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. and from Savannah and Charleston, Pullman Palace'Buffet and Sleeping Cars. .
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. f ;
for Brunswick take this i
train. m
Passengers ;
ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close HAWTHORNE, .
NEW ORLEANS TEXAS .
MEXICO.For .
connections at .FERNANDINA FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD AXD To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.Leave : $ I
Jacksonvile! daily at........... 5:35 p m
for JACKSONVILLE thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. tickets apply to Leve & Alden WILDWOOD. <
agen- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m
JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT cies, or any regular ticket agent. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 6:30 p m I.j
RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the F. W. SIMMONS, Agent, Tampa daily, except. Sunday. Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 pm' :

PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA. and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor Fernandina, Fla.C. AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Jesup daily at................10:55 p m jf. 1
LAKE WEIR. \ WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, 'Vithorgan's Line Steamships for.Key Arrive at Macon daily at.7:50am ;
'l'IIUOUGil' BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For Savannah, Ga. West and Havana every Saturday; for New Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:15 a m 'I
A., o. MACDONELL,-, Orleans from West and, Pullman Buffet and Cars via f
freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to every Friday; Key Sleeping
Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Waycross, and Pullman Palace Sleeping I..
.: .. ,n. W., SOUTIIWICK, Agent, Fernandina, Fla. every Saturday. Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. fil .f!
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. D. MAXWELL, With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Connections at Atlanta with Western and ;9
C. II. MALLORY &' CO.,. General Superintendent. for and from Key West Monday and Atlantic and East Tennessee;Virginia and '
Pier 20 East River New York. 51- Fernandina, Fla., Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee<.m- Georgia Railroads for all points West and '

day and"Friday. Northwest.

PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC. RAILROADS.TIME For information respecting routes rates, EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. .1 .
GROCERIES etc;, apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 8:50 pm' :
CARD dina, or to. the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:00 a m .1,
OF THE sonville. Arrive at Callahan daily at......_..: 0:41 p m
H. E. .0T'TERER Arrive at .1..12:10
Waycross daily a m
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FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPACT.In -"." FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m
-- '" Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50 p m
INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE- AND VARIED- ASSORTMENT OF Effect January 2oth, 1885. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at DuPont daily at............11:00 pm

Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a m
-+1'4 I'IL TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Albany daily at-...........10:20 am'r

(FEEXANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.No. Arrive Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m
No.
-t FIFE FAMILY GROCERIES } (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Day Pass. Night Pass.3. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a In
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Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6.05am
GOING Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30 a m 3.55 m
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= SOUTH.Day p Savannah at.......... 6:05
Arrive at daily : a m
'Ie .* Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m
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at 12:40
Arrive at Charleston daily m 'I.
: p
A.M. P.M. Leave ,Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43pm
Leave Fernandina...............10.25 5.30 Lake City......... 9.47am 6.40pm Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
EMBRACING NEALY: EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.10 LiveOak............10.31am 7.43pm ville to Louisville via Thomasville.

Arrive Callahan....................11.42 7.15 :Madison ............11.57am' 9.15pm Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack- d .
Leave Callahan......................11.52 7.40 Monticello........12.40 p m sonville to Washington, D. C. Pullman
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 8.20P. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27 pm' nah.Palace,Sleeping Connections Cars at Gainesville to Savan-with
1\1. Leave Tallahassee......-2.32pm 12.00 n't Montgomery i
Railroad for
Louisville and Nashville New
Leave Brandy Branch12.38 8.38 ........... 1.22am t
Quincy ; 3.34pm
SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS 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
PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL Leave Maxville.................... 1.30 10.30 EASTWARD.No.. 2. No.4.Day Railroad of Georgia for all points West and t
Leave Highland..................... 1.48 10.51 Pass. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
Leave Lawtey_....................._ 2.02 11.12 Pass. Night way for all points North, with steamshipsfor .
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF Leave Temple's..................... 2.18 11.35 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 a m New York Philadelphia, Boston and ,
...........12.20 in 2.07 a m Charleston with ;
+ Leave Starke............;............ 2.42 11.45 Quincy p Baltimore. At steamships f.
Tallahassee1.27pm 3.36pm York. and Baltimore. !
+ Arrive for:New Philadelphia
= A.M. Tallahassee ........ 1.34 in 3.48 m sold all Rail t
FINE' TEAS AND COFFEES Leave Thurston-.................... 2.54 12.05 Leave" Monticello.......... 2.30pm p p Through Tickets connections to points and by J
.. ........... and Steamship Baggage
Arrive Waldo.. ..... .. 3.14 12.35
...
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Madison .. 4.15pm 6.36pm Also Car berths
tn :- Leave Waldo.........................3.25 1.15; LiveOak............ 5.39pm 8.33am and Checked sections through.secured at Company's Sleeping office in I.
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Leave Gainesville.... 4.05 2.20
THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. Lake City......... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot -
Leave Arredondo................... 4.23 2.45
.. 11.26
Baldwin.......... 8.01 am Ticket Office, and board People'sLine
Arrive pm on
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Leave Palmer.... 4.34 2.58
11.31
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Baldwin.......... 8.08 m a m Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand
Leave Archer........................ 4.51 3.27 Leave p
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NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.. Leave Bronson...........-......... 5.21 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville. 8.50pm 12.16pm JENNIE LANE. JAS. L. TAYLOR.
Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.00 5.05 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will : General I
Leave Rosewood.................... 6.33 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but I Passenger Agent.
Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.03 6.35 will run Mondays. A. M. IVES, Agent. .
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:; THE FLORIDA MIRROR. "He Knoweth Our Frame." St Louis; Mathew Dean and wife, Miss inspectors'of"Election:",.:: ::" :F- .,....;.I- :;1J\;; '.. .'''/'''f-oM: .;:..". -.....- --

I I 0 Lord, Thou! knowest me, how vile I am; Dean.-Brooklyn ; Y C Butterfield, Boston ; At..a meeting. thE\. .Board .of'CountyCommissioners .---w/-:; <;:-I t', ,1I..I'<'' 'i'' .f."x'.ii'"'.' '
T W Roby, Jacksonville; E S Walker, Mrs .,
held this following
fS.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Thou.art so pure G F Royce, Miss Hoyt, N Y; Edwin.Bendly day.the ;::; .
,
! ; : .a '' -
" That in the light of Thy great purity and wife, John Bendly, Pittsburgh ; W R gentlemen were ,appointed ,Inspectors of i f.. .('aJ.,>:.Jr "- Y, ',d

Reftect Ions.i My sin, my vileness must be doubly vile; Curtis, city ; HE Graham Savannah ; J F Election for Nassau County, to serve at the .

i And yet Thou bid'st'me come Davies and wife. Topeka.Dr Buchanan and general election for'delegates to the Consti >-' '.: .,:. .' -"
: wife, Miss Buchanan New York; J Beer- '
The revenue cutter GeorgeS. Boutwdlis in To.mercy sure; bower, John Potter Ravenswood ; C B Cotter tutional Convention;' to be .held May 5th,

I port. In all my vileness come N Y; Geo Stevens and wife, ;::Mrs 'H, 1885; in the. several,Election Districts, as
I Cook, Geo A Stevens Chicago V M Porter
. The city registration books closed last And Thou wilt cure. ; designated:
I Niagjra Falls ; Wm Hunter.: XPRasmusson, District No! 1-James McGiffin, G. L. Baltz-
; Thursday evening. O Lord, Thou knowest me, how weak I am, W B Garner,.New,York; F W Simmons, Fla; zell J. W. Huwcll. Two Millionsof

I R M. Smith, Esq., was registered at the For Thou art strong; E A Sanborn, Philadelphia; Charles, Moo- District No. 2-Warren F: Scott, Stephen
ler, Boston ; F W Crane, X Y ; Mrs C C B "
I Egmont this week. And by the side of Thy great strengthMy Walker, E W Denton, New York.: Randall, Adolphus Hunter. acres of Farming Orange
District :No. 3-Isidore O"Keil"m.. Swear-. ,
The lIon. J. F. Lynch, Washington, weakness must seem doubly weak,. Range'of Thermometer ingen. Tony Allen.: Timber and Grazing Lands' I

.' D. C., is in the city. And yet Thou lovest me, District No. 4-'\'. D. Hanlee, Joseph H.
FOR: THE WEEK ENDIXO FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 188;).
situated in
; Divine And loving long, UORSEY'S DRCG STORE. Acosta, Luke Richo. 29 counties, and
services were held yesterday in St.Peters .
W Farmer J. N. Carle-
District No. 5 W. ,
I With Thine ,
own strength, 7A.M. 12M. SP.M. GP.M. WIND. comprising the lands
Ij j Episcopal and the Roman Catholic Saturday,Mar. 28......54 62 62 60 N. E. ton. Ralph Russell. bought
,j' Churches. Wouldst make.me strong. Sunday, 29..55 G6 61 60 S. W. District No. G-William M. Vinzant, D. H. by Sir Edward J. Reed from
:Monday, 30..56 64 62 61 S. W. Higginbothahv:Henry Fisher. .
; In another column we present the muni- O Lord, Thou knowest too my. griefs and Tuesday. 31... M 63 62 61 N. E.Wednesday District No. 7-W. T. Russell., W. C. Davis, the State of Florida in iSSi
Ap.l......56 65 Co 63 N. E. ,
cipal tickets as they have been finally decided pain, Thursday, 2.:. ...56 67 66 65 S. E. Edward Colson. are now offered at
upon. My sorrows all, Friday, 3..58 68 67 65 S. E. District No. 8-George W. Hodges, Henry graded

Were long since felt by Thee ; Nettles Simon Washington. prices. These lands were se-
The time for the collection of the city District No. 9-J. H. Saiils, Raymond Cay,
,.MARINE.
And when I place by Thine
my pangs lected I-Ion.
taxes for the year 1884 has been extended to '. *-=--- George C.. Coleman. by Hugh A. Corey -

; May 1st next. Compare them'with.Thy mighty ,woe, Port of Fernandina. District No. 10-J.": B. ,, .Little, ..\"..,,H. Colson, late Commissioner of the
They are small ; i HIGII WATER. J. H. Bradley.

Next Monday TAX Collector.Scott; will sell, And yet Thou feelst for me, Saturday, April 4.....X;:r.ll:16A.M.. 11.:38: P. )1. District No. 11=-N. A. Hicks, Aaron Fore- 'State' Land Office, and Mr.JVL .
1 the delinquent for the .. Sunday,.:-; >.t';;>:ft a11:57. ...... acre, C. D. Elan.
property: non-pay- And dost me call. ...... A. Williams, late for
,
,: MondayV ";,6. 0"1"? ,. .0:44: ,. CHAS:-'W. LEWIS, agent
ijl ment of State and county taxes. for 1884.. Tuesday\. .7..?,.,.,..1:11 r,C'U1S6' '" 'Chairman Board of County Commissioners
sale
: ,of State lands
I 0 Lord, now pity me, andl'give 'me strength'' Wednesday, 3.:.. -...'.... 2:05 !" -' 222" which fact
; Among the passengers by the San Antonio Thursday9;..!:::.... 3:00" 3:2tJ" Nassau County. 4.
4 this week was Mr. I. A. Mode, who goes ont To turn to Thee; :Friday, "r, '19...?...:.;,3:5< 4:27 ," Attest: J. A. EDWARDS. Clerk. i is a guaranty"of their high
My vileness cure, my weakness help, Fernandina, April, 1885.
ENTERED. The
| to New York to purchase the summer goods quality. purchase knownas
My pain relieve, my griefs assuage, Steam-packet Thos. Coilyer.-, from Brunswick
for his firm. ,. .t .. daily with freight and passengers. to For Sale.A the Reed Purchase was only
in Thee'let lose '''
My sorrows me ; : .
F.V.
Hon. Samuel Walker, of the Metropolitan .And set,me free ; Apr. li-Steamship.Simmons San Antonio, agent. Wilder,, fromNewYork very good Organ; whose catalogue. priceis opened Jor sale this year, and
will be sold
$165, at $55.
Steamship Company, formerly of the Yea, give to me Thy grace, 0 Lord, .. It. W.: Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers to Also, a $60 Sewing Machine. at $40., the lands have not been culled

1 Mallory Line, was a guest of Mr. R. W. And peace in Thee.. .:... ;Mch.29-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from MRS'MARY GODFREY.
SCutuwick Palatka freight and to or picked over. No has
agent of the latter line here, ; passengers part
Lent, 18SS. -J. F. Finlay. < W. O. Jeffreys, agent. .
several days this week. :. Steamship City of Monticello. McKee: TO ADV: RTISERS. been reserved in any manner
The Coming City Election.We from Charleston: freight and passen-
The county registration books are now and the vholeis for sale.
gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent A list of 9G4 newspapers: DIVIDED INTO ; open
open at the Clerk's office for the registrationof publish to-day for the benefit of our Apr. 3-Steamship City of Mouticello, McKee, STATES; AND SECTIONS will be sent on application -
from Palatka; freight and passengers, FREE. Special prices on, large tracts.
readers, the several tickets placed in the -
all legal electors for the
general electionto to W. O. Jeffreys a 'ent. .
< To those who want their advertising to ;we
field for the election Monday. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from pay Timber lands virgin forests in
be held on Tuesday, May 5, for delegatesto can offer no better medium for thorough and ,
Charleston' to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
; effective work than the various'sections of
our
the Constitutional Convention. CITIZENS' TICKET. .:Mch.29-Steam-packet Mary Morgan.Daniels.from Select Local List. bodies of 50,000 acres and up

For Mayor-S. L. Dennette.For Savannah; freight and passengers, to GEO. 1-. HOWELL &: CO.,
Frederick S. Winston, President of the F. W. Simmons, agent Bureau wards. Lands sold for cash,
Newspaper Advertising
Clerk E. Wolff. .
City -George "
Mutual Life Insurance Steam-packet Mary MorganDanielsfromSavannah 10 ,street New York.
Company of New Spruce ,
l\Ia.rshal-Port time.
For W. King. ; freight and.passengers. to or on long
) York, died at the Egmont Hotel on Friday For Treasurer-Thomas Ky dd.. F. W. Simmons, agent.

: evening of last week of a stroke of paralysis.The For For Collector-C. A. Noyes.F. Lewis. Apr. 2-8team-packct'Savannah;freight MargMorganDanielfrom: and passengers to WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE\ The Florida Land and Mortgage CO.

body was embalmed and sent to the Assessor-George F. W. Simmons, agent. (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE,' FLORIDA.
Aldermen-G. Stark, Minus McCleary, ch.30-Schooner.T.. Merwin, Stiles, New York;
North on Sunday.The Daniel Baxter, W. N. Thompson. H. J. jetty rock to Lara& Ross. .MERCHANT,
Baker. Apr. 'Schooner Cassie Jameson, Collins, New COMMISSION .
Masonic will
fraternity shortly givean York,jetty rock to Lara& Ross. -AND-.'
ice cream and strawbery festival at their CLEARED.
Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
new and commodious Lodge room in the REPUBLICAN TICKET. Steam-packet Thos.Collyer, -,for Brunswick ,
For Mayor W. H. Pope. daily, with freight and passengers,
new Austin brick
building, on Second and ,
For Marshal-R. L, Dennefield.For by F. W. Simmons, agent BY THE CARGO, "
Broome streets. The proceeds are to be de- Apr. Steamship City of. San Antonio, Wilder, .
Clerk-Emil
City 0. Friend.
for New York freight and ,
; passengers
voted towards the furnishing of the lodge For Treasurer-F. B. Waas. by R. \V. Southwick, agent. For Domestic or Export Trade,

room. For Collector-C. J. Westberg.For Mch.29-Steamship' City of Monticello, McKee,
Assse-isor-John Stays. for Palatka; by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
i The yachts Mohican and Gitana, of the For Aldermen-R. Wilkinson, Robert McDonald Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
Charleston W.0.
; by Jeffreys, agent.
Boston Yacht Club, which were in our port Peter Robinson, Reuben Walker, Apr. 2-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, i

. ,] last week, left last Saturday. Before their G. Stark. for Charleston;freight and passengers,
by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. THE NEWPORT OF THE SOUTH.
departure, a race was arranged between the Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for
two vessels for $10,000 between here and INDEPENDENT TICKET. Palatka;'by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.

Charleston. On Monday a letter was received Editor Florida Mirror: SIR-Please publish 11 30-Steam-packet-Mary Savannali; freight Morgan and passengers, Daniels,,for by

t here announcing that the Gitana had the following ticket for city officers for F. W. Simmons, agent. dJIHE EGMONT I HOTEL[!
the ensuing year: Apr. l-Steam-packet'Mary Morgan, Daniels, for
Ii
won the race by six:! hours. For Mayor-Gilbert F. Avery. Savannah; freight and passengers, by

f r The steamship San Antonio, which arrived For Clerk-Wra. H."LeCain. 3-Steam-packet'Mary F. W. Simmons, agent Morgan, Daniels, for GEORGE MELLON Proprietor
For Marshal-Port. W. King. ,
Savannah freight and by
here ; passengers
from
New York afternoon
I Tuesday For
Treasurer-Thos.
Kvdd. F, W. Simmons, agent.
, with fiftyeightpassengers and a very heavy For Assessor-Floyd Wright.For Apr. 1-Brig William Mason, Hardy, New York ; I- =
Collector Wm Lake. lumber, by C. H. Huot.Mch.31 .
freight, sailed Thursday evening at 10 = =!
-Schooner Samuel McManamy, Baker, _
o'clock with forty passengers and the following For Aldermen-G. Stark. Peter Williams, Philadelphia; lumber by J. .Mizell&
1 Chas. W. Lewis, Robt. McDonald, W. N. Bro. ....
cargo: 1,111 bales cotton, 234 cases Thompson.The Apr. Schooner Nat Meader. Brown; lumberby -- "': ;;D;,';;;
cedar, 120 bbls. rosin, 182 pkgs. oranges, 70 support of the'voters of Fernandinais HilUard&Bailey. : it
3-Schooner M. C. Mosay, Rumill, Port au Jr.:" .
asked for the above ticket
. } pkgs. Vegetables, 203 pails shrimp 64 bbls. it does representingas Spaiu ; lumber, by L A Davis. .-'! .-
a non.partisan selection of our
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cottonseed oil, 39 pkgs. merchandise, 2 refrigerators citizens. L ;;
Ladles and Misses Hose, ..
fresh fish.Ilcntocratte .
] Mrs. Grundy Says In great variety, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.

County Convention. That items: are like hens' teeth this week IIIl
.i The Democratic County Convention for New Spring Clothing.A .
-rather scarce and small. L
the nomination of delegates to the Constitutional fine line of New Spring Clothing, fash- l l 5,
.f Convention will convene at Callahan That the race for Mayor is getting quite ionable cut and well made, at low prices. IlIIIII ll hlHlllml IUUUm uluunui uuuuu menu Yiww +a+ .
interesting Fine Clothing a specialty at
;
{ 1 on Saturday, April 18th. J. &; T. KYDD'S. _
That if length, breadth and thickness are
u n nil noon
J k A Precocious Orange Tree. necessary qualities, then Capt. Dennett Gents Furnishing GoodsIn

Mr. E. P. Noyes, of this city, brought to wins ; all styles AT PAUL FUNKE'S.

r our office in his hand an orange tree in full That the most serious objection against I

f. bloom. This tree must be of the Liliputian him will be the item of expenseexpenseof J. & T. Kydd -- .,.......rULTS.'IA4. -

r H variety. The seed of this tree was planted a chair large enough for his corporation ; Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg '--- -
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one year ago, and the tree has now attained That she honestly thinks the Doctor would below Edgings manufacturers'and Insertings,prices bought, which 25 per cent.they ''aL < A"' :

. f the magnificent proportion of four inches rather see his new sailing craft a success offer at astonishingly low prices. Call and OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK .

t in height and one-fourth of an inch ink than to be elected. see them. *

t. diameter. It has a fully-developed healthy That Messrs. Whitner & Schuyler have
Hollandtsh Herring.Just FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
blossom on the extreme topmost bough and the best lighted store in town ; ,
arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S.Cor. .
. promises to furnish an abundant crop. Mr. That both of the boys are smiling all Sixth and Ash sts.

Noyes will become a subscriber to the Fruit over their faces at their rapidly increasingtrade. .
AND REPOSE PURE AIR-HOME COMFORTS
QUIET
}I Exchange. Special BargainsIn

1', Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam-
I Circulating Library. Egmont Hotel Arrivals. KYDD'S.
ask, at J. & T.

1 1 A circulating library furnished with C H Greelop, W W Russell and wife, New

j standard literature is always a recommendation York; A P C Vanwivel, Holland : H R Du- Private Board,

tJ to a city, as well as a compliment to ral, W B Cutting, New York ; Join McAr- At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
Miss E F McArthur
thur Philadelphia Hotel.
the refinement of its people. The plancopyrighted Wm Campbell and wife, Lowell ; Geo W near Offers Egmont pleasant rooms well furnished withor '> 'FURNITURE! ]

.f by the franklin Square Library Tiedman, Charleston ; L S Bainbridge, without board. Transient boarders will '

Company is now so extensively in use thatit Mrs Geo S Mersereau, Brooklyn ; 0 W Nash, be accommodated.
needs C B Nash Portland, :Me; JV Thompson, MRS. T. P. G. THOMPSON
no comment, there being over tent M P Palmer W S Brown, C S Husted Thos Fernandina, Fla., January, 10, 1885.
thousand libraries established in the United W Morris and wife, T C Tenele and wife
States already. New York; Chas Morris and wife Arthur We have opened, in the Marson Building, Centre Street,

The new circulating library now being es- Morris Francois, ,Edith Marie JTende Bulmer, ,Boston New Haven; Fanny; A Fancy Goods and NoveltiesIn Parasols.AT below Second, a full line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consistingin

tabfished in our city by the Franklin W Knight, Geo W Clark, Jacksonville; J B PAUL FUNKE'S. part of Walnut Chamber Suits Ash Chamber Suits :Mahoganyand
Square Library Company is worthy the Biefield, Philadelphia Z Tyler, Jackson- ,

patronage of all readers. The variety in the ville; A B Skinner, Boston ; Mr and Mrs Spring and Summer ClothingAt Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at
Davison, ,,England ; Miss West, New York ; New York cost.
catalogue is sufficient to suit the most ex- J B Upham, Boston ; Geo F Lewis, city; C AT PAUL FUNKE 's. prices as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere-
cited tastes. All the current fiction of the ,
D Branly, F N Decker and wife, COB

day, as well as art, history and biography, Walker, J A Drake, G W Drake. C G Hu- Bleached Cotton. finished light and dark; Children's Bedsteads; Chairs in great
bert New 'York C H Call and
; wife, Mrs
have their .place in the list. The library Peter White, Geo Shires. Michigan ; A J J' &; T. KYDD are now selling a yard-wide variety; Rockers of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast and

will be established only,for a period of two Packard, Mrs Packard, ,Mrs Young.. Mrs Bleached Cotton fine and soft finish, at the
years; each week during that time the new Butler Buffalo; Mrs Granger, Chicago; low price of 7 cents a yard. All standard Centre; Washstands; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat and Wire;
Miss Underhill NY J Pa J brands as low as can be bought anywhere.
Bromly,
that is issued Harper ; :
publication weekly by sold
Mattresses before
of
various than
Zeigler New Orleans; Moses Shepard, N Y; qualities, cheaper ever
Bros., will be added to the Library,.thus Silks Satins and Laces.
Miss Shepaad. W A Jones, X Y; S J Car- foundin
Pillows and Bolsters and full line of
the members to have the advantage ; a goods generally
enabling man, 'Conn; E G Lovell and wife. John P AT PAUL FUXKE'S.

of getting the new books as they come McFarland, Nashville; H P Haverly ana -a regular. Furniture Store.' We invite an inspection' of our
wife New Haven 0 II Darlington, Pitts- (
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out. The subscription for the library is
Notice for. Final Discharge.
burgh :Miss E Darlington, J P Hays. Pitts- stock.
only one dollar for the two years and thatis burgh ; A W Shook and wife, J C Warner SIX'lIOXTHS:, AFTER THE FIRST t

not payable. until. after the Library is es- and wife, Nashville; Mrs Clark, Miss Crane this,notice I will presentto We also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.The .
tablished. Chicago : Mrs A Strong, N Y; Jas P Barr the Hon. H.J.'Bak .r, Judge of Probatefor
''Miss.Mary Barf.'Miss Jean Paul, J W Paul Nassau county, my final accounts and latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware and Porcelain -
Mr. E..W; Nix has consented to act as Miss Ann Paul. Pittsburgh ; C H Stott, vouchers as administrator of the estate of '

Librarian. Mrs J Stott, Hudson, N Y; :Miss Hitchcock WILLIAM )bRSO deceased, and ask for a .Goods. Sold in any quantity to suit purchaser. '
Boston ; W H, Paddock and wife, W H final .
MattingsMattings! Smith and wife, N Y ; G W Green, Baltimore -. discharge.JOHN' A. ELLERMANN, '., FRED 'W. BZCfZ'T & CO.f .

A great bargain in Fancy' Mattings, '15 ; L"II Lanier and lady, W H Scraggs, Adminstrator. .. .,...... <. .'.A....t,. 1 ..:.fi";"', ":'. ". '- .
cents a yard, at J. &; T. KYDDS. leas J R Chase, Nashville; P W' lcGrath, Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. Cm :. ..,':- : .,"'10:';'" '.. "< ,

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