Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00261
 Material Information
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 18, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00261
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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l'Ut.TG ENESS. are polished plate with borders'of colored air, apparatus- wards off the 'enemy. The POSTMASTER-GENERAL VILAS proposes declares, that in Topeka these fees r
glass, illumination:being furnished!:! at night whole of the premises are' furnished with -
to institute a reform in ,the will reach $20 or $25 a day.
has been such a demandfor by a very artistic Eastlake lantern, com- electric appliances, both for the signal service r
There matter of Thatof
posed of rich ruby glass with brass mount and the lighting of 500 burners. thegas postpffice names. DR. AUSTIN FLINT and
our edition of April 4th, containing for which, manufactured-on'" the prem- Buzzard's Roost, Ga., has been many

a descriptive article of Dungeness ings.From the vestibule we enter the great ises, can be lighted at, any, :.'moment by changed to Westlake. other distinguished physicians now i

that we feel obliged to reproduce hall. Here a' scene of real beauty, com- touching the electric illuminants., These regard pneumonia as an infectious

it.-ED. :MIRROR. bining the highest artistic skill with solid beautiful arrangements are supplied by :Mr. THE Territorial Government of cine malarious fever which will run

domestic comfort, at once delights and satis- Rousseau, the patentee, of New:York. Dakota has offered a reward of : its course. Dr. Koch, the celebrated
What associations cluster around this his- fies the most critical. The noble apartment In conclusion, we can hardly) praise too i
for the and development
$5,000 discovery has
microscopist discoveredthe
What tales these bearded oaks lately
toric name! wisely designed for daily occupancy, is a perfect highly the great success which has attended'
could tell Here the noble Indian, in those triumph of domestic architecture, 25 the execution of the beautiful designs pre-' of a mine of anthracite coal disease germ of pneumonia, and .

halcyon days "long since gone by," forgath- feet wide and 55 feet long, with an altitude pared by Mr. Andrew Peebles i of Pittsburgh, in that Territory, and prospectorsare he believes that it is spread by

ered, as the Scot would say, with the white ranging from 16 feet in that portion where for Mr. Carnegie. The style,,of.'architectu readopted busy. germs and is infectious. Whatevermay
Here the venerable Chief Missoe was the Eastlake with certain ad-
stranger. the great fire-place is situated to 26 feet ,
sought the friendship of the white men from over the music gallery and grand staircase. ditions to render it mores table for our Two new laws whose workings be the true theory of the cause

beyond the great waters, and "as token of Southern climate this is manifest Tf in the of the disease, the physician who
The ceilings are paneled in polished pine ; will be watched with interest have ,
his trust and amity," renamed his island in broad projecting eaves and the magnificent succeeds in
and the walls are wainscoted in like man- into effect in Maine. One keeping a pneumonia
honor of the Duke of Cumberland. His massive doors to illuminated verandas which 'run round two pro- alive in these
ner, as also are the leading patient days considers
royal guest has long been gathered to his A sides of the buildings. vides that contraband liquors shall
the various adjacent apartments. magnificent himself
fathers, while the good old Chief :Missoe, let fire-place and mantel-piece, standing The outer walls are of New Hampshire be turned over to the mayor and a candidate for congratulation. -

smokes the calumet of peace in the ashlar treated lined with brick and .
us hope 10 feet high, made of highly-polished quar- granite aldermen of cities, :and such as are

far-off happy hunting grounds. Then came tered oak, bearing the legend, carved in hard finished where wood i is not used. fit for use shall be placed in the city A STATISTICIAN has figured out the
the era of the brave and patriotic young The general contract for the stone and, I

UhoJe Islander, Nathaniel Greene, the fav- bold*.relief..........:..................................................* work has been ably carried out by the agencies for sale. The other does expenditures for various purposes in
orite General of the "Great Chief"-with : The Hearth our Altar; firm of McKenzie & Paterson,. of Quincy, away with the fining of persons for the United States approximately as

Washington, the most trusted of those who ; Its Flame our Sacred Fire. L: Mass., who have been fortunate in obtain the first offense of drunkenness. follows : Drink $900,000,000 missions
carried our war of independence to its successful *:............................................................*. ing the contract for the Vauderbilt mauso- ; c
Hereafter if a man gets drunk he home and foreign $5,500,000
issue. Mindful of his Quaker moth- ,The whole flooded with the light from great leum on Staten Island, valued at $250,000. ;

er's parting words, the young hero retired windows filled with splendid specimens of Long may our tempered Southern sun will have to go to jail from five to bread, $505,000,000; ; meat, $203-

from the war with sword and honor alike American art in cathedral glass, forms a shine on this beautiful home, bringing thirty days ; second offense, from 000,000; iron and steel, $200,000,000;

untarnished, the idol of a grateful countryand coup d'oeil at once unique, and, so far as we health and happiness to its hospitable own- ten to ninety days.IT woolen goods, $237,000,000 ; sawed '
the recipient of this beautiful estate: know, quite unrivaled in any residence ers. May others of our Northern friends lumber
$233,000,000 '
"God bless theeiny son,and keep thee from south of Washington. seeking homes in the Sunny South imitate is SAID that the transpositionof ; cotton goods,

the strife; but if so be that thou should'stcome The hall is octagonal in shape. The ap- the example of the genial owners of Dungeness $210,000,000; boots and'shoes, $196-

home wounded-see that it be not in the partments leading from it are the drawing and cast their lot amid:scenes of perennial one word was the foundation of 000,000; sugar and molasses, $155-

back" room and dining room, with massive sliding beauty and health Nature, lavish of Daniel Clarke's great fortune. He, 000,000 ; educational purposes, $85-,

Next we find his relatives, the Nightingales doors, the vestibule and armory, or gun her thousand charms invokes the aid of art. had bought 1,920 square toises of 000,000. According to these figures t

dispensing royal hospitality in the room, and lavatory. Immediately oppositethe It needs but the touch of Prpspero's wandto land in that part of New Orleans
line old mansion, which was burned after great fire-place is the grand staircase render those enchanted isles ,aud pro: costs more than bread and
that afterward became its
the las.'ar, and whose ruins for many leading to the music gallery and second montories "garmented in beauty,*' the most meat, and but little less than food

years stood as an interesting relic on shore floor, a beautiful specimen of the highest beautiful homes in all our broad land.. If cial centre. In the engrossing of the and raiment. l;;

and a prominent'landmark from the sea. handicraft. The main features on this side yon doubt it, stranger, come and, visit deed the 1,920 square toises" was ---

In that mansion used to be of the hall are the great stained glass win- Dungeness, and as you look at these.charm- carelessly made to read 1,920 toises THOSE who remember Gen. Ko-

Free-hearted hospitality; dow, superb works of art, in three panels 10 ing combinations of nature adorned by.art, and increased the value maroff in St. Petersburg, fifteen
His great fires up the chimney roared, feet high, and covering all one side, filled doubt not the practicability,, but, acknowl- square,
The feasted at his board. years ago as a military critic could
stranger from to Mr. ,
with cathedral glass treated in domestic edge the success, admitting the test in.the $10,000 $20,000,000.
And amid those "all es vert," which for style-flowers, fruit and foliage surrounded memorable words, forever associated with Clark, took advantage of the error, hardly have foreseen that the quiet s

twelve miles lead the visitor enchanted from by Japanese tracery-the lower panels showing i the masterpiece of Wren : and the law of New Orleans was little dark haired man who seemed to '

one sylvan glory to another, those marvelous examples of the famous mediaeval jew- : Si momuiientum quxris circumspice. have got army reorganization" up-

avenues of living oaks, bearded with elled glass. These windows reflect the high- A. C. powerless to prevent him. on the brain would ever become

the moss of centuries, surely est credit the artists and manufacturers
on Egmont Hotel Arrivals AN entomologist' has reported ,famous throughout the whole civil-
There groups of merry children played, (Gibson & Sons, New York), who in their
There youths and maidens_dreaming!strayed; ; .'-'riot:':,rich-andfanciful,designs, ,Jbavejiot .Fredk Hubbard, Miss'Toil>'it, New York; }having found 724 species of noxious ized world. His name of Koma-
R JHubbardsonaiidiiiur9a33uavia.; N
and ,
of prime
Oh, hours youth t
And golden affluence of love and time." forgotten to embody in a prominent posi- Y; Miss Cart)'. Iiss\f Carty,-Toronto ;j'J'lf; iii6ts! { 'irr"Ttho' trees, shrubs, and roff": -son of a. mosquito) js ominously -_

tion a veritable Scottish thistle, the national Hobbs and wife, Dr Carlyle and wife_, Wheeling plants of the New_ : York parks last suggestive of very great 'mischief -
But emblem of the worthy owner. On the sec- : Mrs Crompton, Mrs Knapp, N Y; J
W Pearce, Atlanta;' :Miss Wisner, Misses year. These 'include the cotton done by very small means. It i
All scattered and fled
are now ; ond stair, leading to the second floor, lightis and
Hoffman, Dadiel W Baker wife, New
Some are married, some are dead." worm of the South the wood borersof is possible t.hat-like Prince Scha-
smaller windows but
given through two York; Alex Curtis, St Marys; J C Wilson, I
And so the scene shifts again and after a with equally beautiful chromatic treatment, New York; Dr K Crawford, Chicago; J B the West, the sugar cane beetle, koffskoi at Plevna in 1877-he may |yI',
troubled interregnum, and the miserable birds and fruit. Upham, Mrs Hunt, Mrs Reyden, Mrs Bece, '
showing tropical Boston ; Mrs S E Henry, Louisville; Dr many species unknown to the ento- have exceeded his instructions in the r 't;
episode of our internecine strife, Dungenessrises On this floor are found the six principalbed ,
Tracy New York; Geo W Weld, Boston ;
of for himself
and hope winning renown
mologist some entirely new ,
once more rejuvenated and more beau- rooms, each differing from the other in James F Rowell, Maine; David Austin, R ,
tiful than ever. In a happy moment the the arrangement of the lighting, two bath Center, New York ; F W Bayne, L Warrock, species. The most destructive in- and making his success atone for his ,i ; .

wandering steps of its present owners From this floor E J Triay and wife, Mrs A F Atkinson, MissE the rashness. But in Russia it is always.
rooms, linen closets, etc. a Bowers, F Perry, Jas :M Ryan, Jackson- sects to the trees are bag worms, {
touched the shores of Cumberland Island. smaller stairway leads to the third floor, ville; J P R Ryan, Chattanooga; H L Hine, the tent and web caterpillars, the hazardous to conjecture from a man's F ,
Mrs. Carnegie, penetrated with the marvelous where we find again six bed rooms, bath Purser Str Collyer; W B Grand, J R Gim-
bernot New York Fritz Delius Picolata scale insect the coccus and the elm public acts what his secret orders {
beauty of the place, and feeling restoredby rooms, etc., and a most original school ; ; ,
E W Denton, N Y; J King, Toronto; W R have been and should the "
even a passing visit of the balmy ocean room for the little folks, the gaily decorated Evans, wife and child, Indianapolis; J P beetle. Of these insects seven bush- may even t

breezes, had but to express her wish to be- windows being so placed that while they Dromgoole, Atlanta; Mrs D Scotten, Miss els of cocoons and egg mosses were Russian Government recall Koma- J '

come its owner; and so it fell out that this admit abundance of light, the youngsters Scotten, Detroit; Mrs L Williams, Tallahassee roff in accordance with the demandsof .
A J Dent, T L Stewart and wife Miss removed. i.i
splendid Southern estate, crowded with historic cannot feed their fancy with the doings of ; r
Baltzell, Miss Bessie Dodd. D Swann, Miss England, its disavowal of his
memories and unapproacbed in nat- the outer world below. Meek, Mr Baltzell, G R Hubby, Miss M A 6
ural beauty, became the property of one of From the third story a flight of stairs, Stark, Judge Hillyer and wife, J R Coly and SWITZERLAND has at length wakedup dash upon Penjdeh will be no proof nhl',

the greatest capitalists in Pennsylvania, and still lighted in richly I tinted glass, conductto wife, city; G II Fleming, Jacksonville; F A to the fact that at the present whatever that that movement was
Barstoe Hon H Hamlin and
England wife
probably the largest and most generous employer the "belvedere" in the great tower. Pa; W Scott, Miss; Annie Scott. Atlanta! moment, as for some months past, made under the direct inspira- tl'not I

of labor in the United States.As Here from conveniently arranged settees Harry C Gorton, Fred L Churchill, Rochester the agents of the French Govern- tion of the St. Petersburg War I ;
the visitor approaches Fernandina by the visitor can enjoy an almost unexam- ; S W Cole and wife, Col S G Houck, till,,'

sea, the most prominent object in the land- pled panorama, on every side some new and Mrs McQuaid, Jacksonville. ment have been largely recruitingon Office. : :

scape on the southern shore of Cumberland Swiss territory. Notwithstanding -
different scene claims the delighted at ten: Notice to Teachers. THE Arabian publish the j ;Hi
Island, and on his right when entering our papers
tion. Beneath the terrace and
are gardens friendly warnings large
Hon. A.J. Russell State of ,
full of the manifesto which the i
harbor, is the great tower of the new mansion blending in harmonious tints, the various text !
Public Instruction, has ordered a Teachers; unemployed men have succumbedto ;
which, rising proudly over the mag- shades of emerald in oak and olive, giant Mahdi has issued in reference to his ; 't
Institute to be held in the city of Jackson- the fulsome promises of the recruiting -
nificent forests of live oak, magnolias, scented and stately the In this I : ,
orange ville, to commence on the 27th day of April, claims to Caliphate. :
Stands looking seaward;" palms. Beyond, to the east, the mighty agents. The recruits thus
and continue one week. .He earnestly desires -. document the Mahdi says : "I tes- i
while the quaint roofs and crested gables of ocean, exulting as a giant," after its race the attendance of the white teachers of I obtained are sent to Belford, from before God and the Prophet thatI

the main building nestle cosily among the of over 3,000 miles, breaks with a roar of Nassau county, and. has requested me to whence they are dispatched to the tify i.'
varied of olive oak and thunder on the forest-shaded beach. To am drawing the sword: not for the .
foliage orange, com- urge them to be present. Among the prominent depot of the foreign legion at Oran,
bined in a marvelous trinity of sylvan the north, "billow upon billow" of living instructors expected will be Miss Ma- purpose of founding an earthly empire ; (

beauty. About three miles from the ex- green, the emerald domes of the forest of tilda'Ross,the eminent Kindergarten Teacher. in Algeria, or, as more frequently for myself, nor,to amass wealth, ; I

treme southwest point of the island is the live oak stretching mile upon mile and' ;Efforts'will be'made'to secure;reduced, happens, to the malarious marshesof nor tolive in a magnificent palace I
landing place. Two roads lead from it to sheltering many a herd of noble deer.; 'To rates of board. Tonquin. Many 'hundreds. of )

the house: one through a grove of oranges, the west, Cumberland river, dotted with As Major Russell has requested .me to men have thus been obtained and but in order that I may afford help

interspersed with bananas Japan plums, grassy islands and bordered by the southernmost select a place and set a time to hold a Teach- and consolation, the faithful, with ,

olives and sago palms; the other, intendedfor ,peninsula. in Georgia, Point St. ,ers' Institute in our county, and let him the great industrial depression at a view to< their liberation frond the ;

general use,runs due east for over a mileto Peter. To the south, the roadstead and har- know,:which I have done. '
the beach,and at half that distance bisectsthe bor Fernandina" with the confluence, of Callahan as suitable place, and the 5th mainly responsible.for'the fact.
great avenue. This magnificent "allee the Amelia and St. Mary's rivers beneaththe day of May as the time*for the institute to and in order that the powerof

vert" runs north and south for some three walls of Fort Clinch. Truly a glorious commence; therefore earnestly: request the THE new Kansas license law is the Moslems may be restored in

miles, is bout fifty feet.wide, canopied by panorama 1 1.A. steep pitched roof sur- white teachers of our'county, as many'as already beginning to make ginmillsof all its ancient splendor., I am

superb live,oaks draped with moss and gar- mounted by a handsome vane, some 120 can withany'degree: of convenience, to therefore resolved to
landed with vines, while the undergrowthis feet from the ground completes'the finish of attend, the Institute -in'Jacksonville, and I the drug stores, according to a carry my

varied by magnolias and scented with fragrant the tower. shall expect them'all'to attend at Callahanon correspondent of the Springfield sword, first from Khartoum to Ber-

bay trees-a very dome of verdure, On the lower floor are pantry, kitchen, the 5th day ofMay,1885. Republican who says, that on look- ber. Thence I shall proceed to

'some sixty to eighty feet in height. Turning scullery, and other offices; in the basementthe L. HlGGIKBOTHAM, druggist's register the :Dongola, Cairo and Alexandria, -restoring -'
over a
to the right in this arcade of most servant's apartments, cellar, strong County Superintendent, Nassau Co. ing Moslem rule and governmentin

majesty forestry, the visitor soon comes in room and the laundry, with enameled iron Callahan, Fla., April 15, 1885. other day he found that liquor :was I
sight of the new mansion, of which the fittings and an unlimited supply,of hot and "" :wanted for "neuralgia, headache, all these cities. ,From Egypt

whole northwest front, extending some- 110 cold water., Immense cisterns conserve the 'Tirreturns of the census takenin sour stomach, the ,baby, the, :'wife, shall march to the land,'of the PrO
feet, presents a noble facade. rain fall from the roofs,'a Rider's drive out the ,Turks whose
compression : 1882 give :the. pjpulation of '.Russia colic swelling on -the.. knee, bowel'complaint phet to ,
On the stands the main stationed near the ,:
extreme right engine river pumpsa better than that
tower, rising ,to a height of ninety feet. continuous stream of salt water to' the 'Europe; as numbering ',77,87fjJ,- TKernia, and fifty other government no

Immediately beneath is the main entrance, house while an Ericson hot air engine 521, of whom 38,651,977 were males : causes,but the most popular use was of the infidels, and I shall restore
'land of ,Arabia with its two
leading through massive doors of polished forces a supply of.both fresh and salt water, and 39,227,544 females, making, 1 for'colic.'" ,The Probate Clerk receives the Sons of, Is-
f r Georgia pine into the vestibule, which is hot and cold, to all the bathrooms, lava sacred cities, to Islam.
with ,the ,Grand Duchy :of; Finland a fee 'of five cents each for recording mail depend my.
square and paved with blocks of blue tories, etc., throughout the house.: you may upon
colored Bordillio marble with an inlaid bor- Should our' Southern air take a degree or, and other parts of the empire, ,a the prescriptions ,on which soon making my appearance in your

der of black marble. The windows here two of cold from our Northern blasts, a hot total of over 102,000,000. :. liquor is sold,,'and this correspondent midst with the sword of faith."




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: ;:IN APRIL. duce Julian Siaclair." I the ,' *'window j* would only have. ; .-.Traveler's --
:, I bas was graciously pleased to agree I you to Mr. deep I Guide.
; What did the sparrow do yesterday? with the author of Ecclesiastes, that The young: man bowed. He seemeda I seen .a man and woman talking lightlyof TRANSIT;> PENINSULAR
Nobody knew but the sparrow; life was vanity, that it occurred,to her little surprised, but not in the least light things. "And you have not Day Passenger Train leaves RAILROAD.
He were too,bold who should try to.say.; that in all her strange experiences i she embarrassed. The Princess smiled ,forgotten me,yet?" she said. .. For Cedar Key and Wild wood and

They Why does have it forgotten haunt my it all thoughts to-day.this way, had never yet committed suicide. She brightly at him, and her eyes were "I never shall forget you," he an- Savannah all points'on Transit Road......_IQO)5'J.m.

With a joy that piques and harrows, immediately gave up her mind to this brighter than her smile. Thank swered sadly.U I cannot love more and West...........allpointsKorth......................10 0-
JLs the birds fly past, important problem, whether she should you," she said to the Secre.tary.of than once, and I love you with all my (connecting at Callahan.) "Oa-m-

And the And long the spring chimes shadows ring fast sweet, shadowcast gain this ultimate human experienceat State, with. ,a, pleasant little smile, soul. Do you remember one day, For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
it to and when we drove .together in the Neva points on the Florida Central &
which meant ,
once or indefinitely.It was convey
," postpone Western Railroad................. ...10.osconnecting
There's was in this frame of mind that which did convey that she had had Perspective, how you stopped to give ( at Baldwin.) a-ni.
It will s a almost maple-bud flower redder to-morrow to-day;; the Princess went'to the great ball at enough of him. He promptly disap- some money to an old beggar? I en- Day Passenger Train arrives
I could swear 'twas only yesterday, the Russian Embassy. As she nestled peared into the crowd with goodhumor vied the beggar for getting a gift from From Cedar Key Wildwood, and
i With In a sheath of snow and ice it lay, among her furs in the dim, luxurious bearing away'with him in his you, and you in jest dropped a coin From all points Savannah on the and Transit all Road.i.. 4.35 pm'

Whose fierce surety winds had blowing it to borrow.it every way ; warmth of her carriage, her mind was wake the elderly red-ribboned diplo- into my outstretched hand." He took the North and West...points........ in 433
Till birds should fly past, running entirely upon the various matist. out his watch-chain and showed her From Tallahassee, Pensacola. ami p"m'
a And chimes ring fast, forms of self-destruction which had Princess Barnabas and Julian Sin- the tiny gold coin with the Russian all points on the Florida Central
And the shadows shadow & Western Railroad.............._
long spring sweet 4.35r.
cast! been made famous by celebrated per- clair were left alone. She sat downon eagle on it. "I have kept' it ever Right Passenger Train leaves > m.
sons at different stages of the world's the couch in the recess of the win- since," he said..C'It is the only thingI For Cedar Key, Wildwood,and all
44 Was there ever a day like today" history, and she.could find none that dow, and slightly motioned to him, care for in the world. I have lived points on the Transit Road....._ 3.30t .
So clear l 1.m
The old cry, so out shining; and,the so tender children? say were sufficiently attractive or remark- i with her hand to take his place by and shall live so much in the East For and Savannah.and all points North

: With a laugh, aside: "That's always the way able to please her.Ie heavens!1" her side. He obeyed silently. The that I am somewhat superstitious, andI (connecting at Callahan.) 5.30 p,m.
,". With the old, in spring; as long as they stay, she thought, to herself, with a little recess of the window was deep. For thinkit is my'talisman. Good-bye." For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
They find it in greater splendor, shudder, which even the warmth of the moment they were almost entirely He held out his hand again. She points on the Florida Central &
When the.birds fly past, : Western Railroad............. ......
.... And the chimes ring fast, her surroundings could not repress, 'isolated from the shifting, glittering took it."Will. ( at Baldwin.) ? 530n.mconnecting '
?f" I And the long" spring shadows sweet shadow is it impossible to be banale even in throng that seethed and drifted'aroundthem. you'come and see me before Night Passenger Train arrives
1 cast! that?" and she gave a little groan as Sinclair kept quite silent, look- you leave?" she asked almost appeal- From Cedar Key Wildwood, and
l I Then that may be why my thoughts all day- she stepped out of her carriage and ing into the face of the Princess withan ingly. all points on the Transit Road... 8.50 a.m'
i I see I am old, by the token- half There He shook his head. "Better not From Savannah and all points in
.1 \reso haunted by sounds, now sad, now gay, up the embassy steps. The thoughtwas air of amused inquiry. the North and West................. 8.50 a.m.
Of the words'I hear the sparrows say still on her mind and tracing the were a few seconds of silence, and he said. From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
And the maple bud's mysterious way least suggestion of a frown upon her then the woman spoke, beginning with For a moment she was silent; she all points on Florida Central &
' ; ; By which from its! sheath it has broken, exquisite girlish face as she enteredthe a question. seemed to be reflecting. Then she Western Railroad..................... 8.50a.m.
i .{ While the birds fly past! and took the hand of "Have Mr. Sin- said with sudden vehemence FERNANDINA k JACKSONVILLE R. R.
And the chimes ring fast, great room you forgotten me, a Train leaves ,
!s *k t s 'c And the long sweet shadows shadow cast!. the ambassadress. The thrill of inter clair?" "Promise me that if I write and ask For Jacksonville daily.....except.........Sunday..........11.10
1. h. a I HELEN JACKSON, in Century. est, of excitement, of admiration, The young man shook his head you to come you will obey me. Prom- For Jacksonville .:...................... 5.10 p.a. m nu.
which, as a matter of course, attended gravely. "No, I have not forgotten ise me that for the sake of old friend- Train arrives daily, except Sunday
r PRINCESS BARNABAS. her entrance did not give her Princess." ship." From Jacksonville.....................10.10 a. m.
upon you From Jacksonville...................... 4.12 .in"
'. tL any answering thrill of gratification.She Her eyes were fixed on his face, but He bowed his head. "I promise, Sundll1onl p

., 1, The Princess Barnabas was in a appeared to listen with the most he returned her gaze quite steadily. he said. From Jacksonville!!- .....................10.38a.m.:
;' state of the most profound perplexity.She gracious attention to the complimentsof "Yet it must be two years since we "And now give me your arm and For Jacksonville ........................ 4.00 p.m.
r % could not for the dainty little life the ambassador. She answered met," she replied; "and two years is take me to my carriage; ," said the MALLORY LINE.
of her make up her mind on the important with the daintiest little air of infan- a long time."- Princess Barnabas. I want to go For New York direct, by steam-

question as to whether she tile obeisance the Old World courtesy "Yes, two years is a very long home to bed." San ships Antonio State of,Thursday Texas or City of
ij g should, or should not commit suicide of a white-haired minister who would time," he said, half sadly, half scorn- *t* From New York direct, by evening City of 7.00p.m.
,ti at the close of the season. It was not have been as much at home as she fully. The next day Julian heard nothing San Antonio and State Texas,
very easy for the Princess's many herself in a saloon of the Regent of He was decidedly not communicative -' from the Princess. "Of course not, every 3.00p.m.
rL. c ]j admirers to understand why she Orleans. She condescended to entan- this young man, for even the he said to himself, shrugging his CIIARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.

should perturb her mind with such a gle in a network of fascination a par- pleasure of meeting a friend, unseen shoulders at the 'fantastic hopes which For of Charleston Monticello,by steamship Wednesday.From City.

}problem at all, but perturb it,, she did ticularly obdurate and impassive Sec- for two years, did not appear to arouse had besieged his brain since the Charleston every, by same steamer -

with that very problem, whether retary of State. She patronized a in him any desire for conversation. strange meeting, and he doggedlyfaced every Sunday..... ............... p. m.
;i &: L wisely or unwisely.The prince of the blood royal and was There was another little pause. his approaching exile. But on For of Charleston Palatka by steamship City

. y, Princess Barnabas was a very exceedingly frank and friendly with Neither seemed embarrassed, and yet the afternoon of the second day after From Charleston every, by Sunday.same steamer -

a t remarkable young woman, who had the young painter Lepell, who knew the interval was long enough to be the meeting at the embassy, Julian every Wednesday...............? p.m
proved the puzzle, the pride, and the exactly how much her familiaritymeant embarrassing. Then she spoke again. Sinclair, coming to his hotel after a ST. MARYS RIVER.
l passion of London society for three but was at once amused and "Why did you leave St. Peters- day spent in busy preparations for Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
t whole sensational seasons. She was delighted by the envy it aroused in burg? Where have you been all this departure, found a tiny note awaitinghim. For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday -
and Friday........................ 3.00p.m.For .
't not yet four and twenty. She borer others. Yet all the while the Princess time? It was from the Princess, and St. Marys and Dungeness, on
the,title of a great Russian prince who I Barnabas was not devoting a He answered the second part of her had only these words: "Come this Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p.m.
had married her just before she came I single serious thought to one of her question : "I have been in Constantin-- evening, I shall be alone." For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
........... .
: and
of age, at a time when he himself was admirers. Every idea in that vain ople most of the time. I only returned Monday Thursday 8.00m
44 old to be herd and and foolish head centered London few and This of conversation Steamer Martha amves-
d enough grandfather, was upon to a days ago, was part a From St. Marys and Crandall on
who had considerately died within the one query, "Shall I commit suicide I am going away almost immediatelyto which Princess Barnabas chanced to Monday and Thursday............. 7.00 a.117.
' i two years of the ceremony, leaving next week, and if so, how?" the East again, to Persia this time." overhear at reception at the Foreign From St. Marys and and Dungeness...,. .
her absolute mistress of his fortune It was while in this frame of mind, ".For how- ong ?" Office, on 'the eve ,of her:departure for From on Wednesday St.Mary's and King's Saturday.Ferry, ,

and his territories, a's'she had been talking to twenty people and thinkingof There ' ; ..i; during life the absolute mistress of his none of them, that her bright eyes, his reply, though he strove to make Harry Kingscourt and Ferdinand Le-

heart for the short time in which he wandering lightly over the crowdedroom his, voices purposely steady. "Oh, pell. Said the painter: "Have you Application for License.To .
Wt swayed it. She was said to be fabulously chanced to fall upon a young forever, I suppose;; or at least until I heard the news about the Princess lime Honorable Board of County Cnnmissionerrrf -
a H wealthy. Her jewels were the i man who was standing, somewhat am an old man and of no further use. Barnabas? She is going to marry a Nassau County:
;' wonder of the world, and she delighted removed from the press of the throng, Then perhaps I may come back on a fellow named Sinclair, and is going to I respectfully ask to be granted a license
for the sale of ales wines, and liquors in
4j} in wearing them in season and out of in a window recess, which was at least. pension, and write dreary letters to live in the East-Persia, or some the Eighth Election District at Boulogne,
season, with a semi-barbaric enjoyment comparatively quiet-a tall, grave, the Times about the errors of my suc- place of the kind. The fellow hasn'ta and enclose herewith the signatures of a

i ,, of their glitter and splendor which self-possessed young man, sufficiently cesosrs." And he laughed to prevent penny in the world, and won't have this majority precinct of the, as legally required registered by law.ALLEN electors of
q, like else about her be called handsomeby from from her. for I believe that by her
was, everything good-looking. to : himself sighing. B. CADY.
.,., partly Oriental and partly childish. an enthusiastic friend. When the "You have not answered all u my husband's will she loses almost all her State of Florida, Nassau County:
'Some time after her husband's death Princess Barnabas looked at him, his questions," said the Princess. Whydid fortune if she marries below her own We, the undersigned registered voters of
Precinct No. recommend Allen B.
r she had come to Paris and got tired of eyes, which were bright, clever eyes, you leave St. Petersburg so sud- rank." "How very romantic," yawn- Cady to obtain a license for selling wines,
r, it, and then she crossed the channel) were fixed on her with a look of half- denly? We were such very good ed Kingscourt' "Romantic," replied libuors and beer :
and conquered London. During one humorous contemplation. The moment I friends, and I assure you I quite Lepell, "it is absurd. Have you not Alfred Lloyd, Charles Cross his x mark
L P E B Hatcher. Henry Lloyd J H
Y resplendent season little else was however, their eyes met he missed you." heard? The woman has committed Sikes, J R Trigg, W H Tracy, William
". talked about but the,Princess Barna- turned his head slightly, and resumed Sinclair got up, and looked down suicide." And the speakers moved Smith, J T Thomas, J J Polite, Spencer
xi bas. Society journals raved about conversation with a gray-haired old into her laughing eyes. "I left St. away:: Fisher, W W Cone. David Nelson, J M Kel!

? her delicate beauty, which seemed to man with a red ribbon at his button- Petersburg," ne said, "because!: I was I "Suicide," said the Princess to her- son son,, John Tracy Tomlinson Stewart, J W Frank Geiger Tomlinson A R John, J

belong to the canvases of the last cen- hole whom she knew to be a foreign afraid to stay." self, smiling. "No, no; I was goingto W Crews, John Henderson, Robert Henderson -
tury, which ought to have been im- diplomatist. The young man's gaze Her eyes were laughing still, but commit suicide once, but I have I John W Henderson, D H Nelson, G W
mortalized on pale tendre and hymnedin had expressed an interest in the Prin- there was an unwonted softness in her learnt what life is worth, and have McNeil Drewery, ,G D W B Hodges Nelson LL J D Nelson Nelson,,G J w X.

madrigals. :Men adored her. Women cess, but it seemed to be just as inter- voice as she asked him, "Why were I changed my mind."-The Whitehall Sikes, DeWitt C. Stewart, Munroe Davis hIs
a envied her marvelous dress and ested in the pale, wrinkled face of his you afraid to stay? Surely you were Review. xmark, Josiah Sikes his mark. J G Barnard,

t her matchless jewels. The dying companion, The Princess Barnabas not a nihilist!" William George Washington Vick his x his mark x Henry mark, Nettles Henry
1. ashes of a season's scandal flared up seemed piqued. Who is that young He began to speak, and then paused, [From the Indianapolis Times.] Trigg, J M Lloyd. J B Lloyd.
into marvelous activity around her man" she asked, half fretfully, of the then with a determined effort to keep An Interesting LetterFrom We, the undersigned, hereby certify that
She of State. control he said "I the persons whose names appear in the fore
pretty personality. was enormously Secretary .. his voice under : going petition signed the same or attached
E t.I "the thing." Enormously "Which young man ?" The Secretary left St. Petersburg because I was fool their marks thereto in our presence and
.''the thing" she remained during a of State's stolid face gazed vaguely enough to fall in love with you." Mr.reader Harry of "The W. Olmstend Times.", Proof. that neither fraud,;bribery, nor deceptionwas

second, season, after an interval of into the dense crowd of dress coats "Thank you for the compliment.Was The following letter is encouraging and marks.used in procuring said signatures or

\ absolute disappearance into the dominion and white shoulders, of orders and that so very foolish?" worthy of careful perusal, asit does, fromso E. B. HATCHER,
m i s' of the Czar. Enormously the stars and diamonds. Not for others, perhaps. For me reliable a source, unsolicited. It contains J. N. LANG,

.r. 1tia thing she still appeared to be now "The young man in the window folly, and worse than follymadness.I facts of great value: L.HEYRY'LLOYD P. TRACY. ,

yyti in her third season, in spite of the talking to the gray-Haired man.," never thought that I should see you INDIANAPOLIS Ind., Oct. 12,1884. Boulogne, Fla., April 10, 1885.
rival attractions of an( American actress The Secretary put. up His eyeglassand again ; I did not dream that we: should, !DR. DAVID KENNEDY, Rmmdout, N. ,Y.
who\ Had not married an English considered the young man in" meet to-night..* But since chance has .sufferer DEAR SIR-For froni disease'ten years of the I have kidneys been attires a STATE COUNTY OF FLRIDA OF NASSAU., )J

?x'c duke, and an American girl with millions question thoughtfully He' was never thrown .us together for. thelast time, so much so as to make life a burden. On this 13th day of April A. D. 1885. per
I t who had married the bluest known to hurry in his ,judgments or as.I leave England in a few days for |During this time severalof,the bet physicians sonally a'fPeared before me Allen B.sworn Cady

t i blood< and the oldest name in ''Europe replies in Parliament,,and!. He did not the rest of my life, I may.as well tell 'o'r no inIndiana success! until have.treated I had almost me with little to deposes me and says, that, who each being and duly every nameor
I t y .ft, would have' been absurd for_ any Hurry-now, though was the, Princess you for the first and, t time that'I 'of'relief.' ::1' then ;tried, several advertised despaired mark affixed to the foregoing petition,
one to contest the point that the Princess Barnabas who.was .interrogating Him, love you." remedies, but nothing produced the desired was the act and deed of,the party purporting said
Barnabas,was the very most inte- and not a ''member of opposition.. Her., eyes were laughing still; those induced result until a friend DR.who had been relieved signatures to have were signed signed the in same the, presence and that of at
to give DAVID .KENNE-
r Vesting figure of 'that phantasmal Then'' He answered Her, weighing His 'wonderful gray-blue northern eyes 'DY'S FAVORITE me REMEDY: a trial; I least two credible witnesses and that there
dance of shadows which is called Lon. ; words with more than judicial-deliberation whichso ,many capitals raved about, did so. After taking one bottle I;expedience was no fraud ,bribery'or deception in! pro-
don. society. : "He is young fellow named, .but..:her lips were firmly, sternly set.Stilt ., 'relief. I took another and was charmed sons curing, whose said signatures'names or marks signed of to pet

I Nevertheless the Princess Barnabas Sinclair. He is going out to the East, ,, she said .:nothing. and he went four with,bottles the, and result.can In truly all say, I I have feel like taken a foregoing petition. appear' .
was! weary; positively bored. If she something.. Why do youask?" on, "I.knew it,was folly when' I first new man. .I am confident I am entirely ALLEN. B. CAD-
E U'ad' been. less .of a_success, life might "His face interests me," replied the found that.I.loyed'you over there in cured as it has been several months since J Jtook I Subscribed and sworn to before me the

"not have'appeared,' so desolate. There Princess.I should like to know .St. Petersburg. I.was a poor English cation the of last a return medicine of, and the disease.there is no I indi have day and year first above written.C.. H. BERG..

would have been a piquancy in: the Him. Bring him to me; or stay, give 'gentleman, and you were.the .Princess recommended your remedy to several suffering Notary Public.
possibility of rivalry which. would me your arm, "we will.go to Him.'' .arnabas. I might-as"well have fallen friends who have also been relieved, --'
Have lent'a.new interest; to the tasteless She ,rose and; dispersed her little ''in'love with-a-star.- So I'came'away." you write for this the cure to return which mysincere has: been effected thanks,jn to W. K. BAUKNIGHT,

t ,feast.As. it was, however: Lon- knot of disconsolate courtiers. Taking; JHe, :Said.the words simply;, with quiet my case,.and'also"desire to"say I think suffering AGENT: ,
don life at the height of its maddest the' Secretary' arm, she"moved slowly [conviction, and, held out ,his ,,hand. humanity owes you a debt of gratitude WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
activity appeared: to her as rdrear and toward ':the window where' 'Sinclair l '" Good-ljye; ',:.Princess' 'and, .forgive, my' shall for your do all wonderful that in me scientific lies to discovery.let all sufferers ]- B IITCHER.AND STOCK DEALER
i gray'as those vast stretches of steppes was still standing. The'Secretary :;folly. ;. ,know where they may.find relief and ANDDealer
which layJIike a great sea around one touched him on ,the arm. ",Mr. Sin She rose and faced him. Any one thereby in some measure remunerate you in Ice
of* the Russian castles of the Prince clair. the Princess Barnabas has ,expressed i of, the' Hundreds in the great' room for* the good you'have done me. TENNESSEE ,BEEF A SPECIALT
Wishing long life and and
Barnabas. It was during 'this fit of a desire to make: your acquain] beyond ,who chanced to f look: at the thanking you.you for prolonging prosperity my.life, I,am BROOM STREET WHARF.
depression when the Princess Barna- tance. Allow me, Princess, to intror. :couple Half hidden by,_the curtains. of HARRY W. OLMSTEAD. : ltf.FERNAND. A, FLA.
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR: APRIL 18. 1885., ... ..- ,. :. .: ; -:"., --.

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lisped in the county, they shall cause at lic Instruction for school purposes, and located District No. 8-The precinct is established
NOTICE OF ELECTION I ITO least five copies of,this notice to be posted in,section 37,township 2 north, range at the turpentine still at John D.Jones' situated MEDICINES,. 'ETC.,....,,.
in the most public places in the county.IN 26 east.. ia township 3 north, range 23 east. :

TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have District No.. '4-The precinct established District No.'9-The precinct is establishedat '
hereunto set my hand and affixedL. .School House No. 12, atConeville, locatedin School House No. 5, located, in the town ,ESTADLISI-IED 187S.. .
ALL AND SINGULAR THE SHERIFFS [ s.] the Great Seal of the State of section 43, township north, range 28 east. of Callahan, on the Transit Railroad.

OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA : Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capi- District No. 5-The precinct is established District 'No. 10=: The precinct is established -- .
tal, this the thirty-first day of at School House No. 21, located on land at )Ir. .L. W.'Hig inbotliot 1's. situ-
March. D.'1885. deeded by S.A. Swann to the Board of Pub- ated in section 22, township,4 north, range DRUGS'and
of State of the Stateof MEDICINES
Secretary JNO L., CltA'YFOnD. lic Instruction for school purposes, locatedin 24 east.
Florida, do hereby'notify all and singularthe of State. .. ,
Secretary lot 2,section and townsnip 2.north,
Sheriffs of the several Counties. of the JOlIN.A. 'ELLEEMANN, Sheriff ssan County range District. No. ll-The precinct is establishedat
26 east.
.. School House No. 28 located
of Florida, that Florida on land
State District No. G-The precinct is established deeded W.
by George Bryce to the Board of
Fernandina Fla., April 3, 1885. 5w
at the residence ,of John Owensin Public Instruction for school purposes, situ-

A GENERAL ELECTIONWILL REGISTRATION NOTICE. section 7, township 3 north, range 26 east. ated in section 30..township 1 south, range HORSEY & CO., ;
District No. 7-The precinct is establishedat 24 east. JOHN A. EDWARDS,
DE HELD IN- School House No. 7, in the town of King's Clerk Circuit Court.
THE I Ferry, on the St. Marys river. Fernandina, Fla., April, 1885.
Election Districts of Nassau
EACH COUNTY AND SENATORIAL : County will be opened in each of said dis- !I. =1 PHARMACISTS [i= i

DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, tricts on Monday, April Gth, 1885, and ,

will he opened on each Wednesday and Saturday ; '.. .: ,( ': .. j ,,: ,:. ." '.
rndcr the provisions of the Election Lawsof thereafter until Saturdathe 25th day -. : ; } ': ;ir, ';' : :
the State, on the of said month, inclusive, from 9 o'clock a. :i. i, Centre Street. '

m. to 2 o'clock p. na., and on such other : =, .
FIRST TUESDAY IN MAY, A. D. 1SS5, days as the registration officers may deem f FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. f
between said dates, for the
Till SAID TUESDAY BEING necessary, pur- '"
of registering all qualified unregistered
THE )TII DAY OF MAY, electors pose in said districts: 1 KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort F
shall -
The law requires that electors regis-
For Delegates to a Convention, which shall ter in the district in which they reside, and .': ; '" ,.' r >, .t'""_;J "'- and DOMESTIC tt t tDrtlg'S
Y '' L'rp: ; .i--
consist of one hundred and eight ((103)) members ,. : ,. ; ... ... .. : 'I' .
the several Counties in no other. :tr ,. '.' '.."'bt!"'; ';), ;). 'i #..f'; ."' "' ,. '" :' .''" i rf '< :
apportioned among The names of the deputy registration officers ii- < ; '>, :, ; ';:.L f'; and Clienlicals.Homoeopathic
and Senatorial Districts i in accordancewith ", .. t.'f rt: .'- "'f ii
the districts to which they are appointed 'I
in the
the representation Legislature -
; present and which Convention shall be the place of registration and the boundaries FAMILY GROCERIES !f., I.r rF and Patent Medicines, fi .
of the districts are as follows:
State at Tallahassee
holden in the Capitol ,
commencing: the SECOXD TUESDAY IN JUNE, Proprietary Fancy Good i 'f
the said second Tuesday being the 9th dayof Place ofRegistration. Name of 'r:;:I t. '

June, for the purpose of making an entire Registering Officer. .. FINE TOILET ARTICLES, f
minion of the Constitution of this State, A ,
provide for the submission of the .,< 1
anti to '!: : .'. .j. i0j.
the electors of the State at a general ;/ : .. ;".:;; PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ET.,
same to election for ratification, as follows: Clerk's office........... J. A. Edwards......... 1 ; (" < 'I>'; '; ,. ; '. ;: ;', :- :.. ,: <:.t tIN
special! of Escambia, for delegatefrom Amelia.................. \V. F. Scott............. i GREAT h
In the county a VARIETY.Physicians'
O'Neil's Residence... Isidore O'Neill.... 'j
Senatorial District
the First ; School House No.12 N. Priest................
In the county Second of Senatorial Santa Rosa District, fora delegatefrom Hart's Road............W. W. Farmer.........
the 5G
; Residence Owens.. John Owens............ jIiIr Prescriptions
In the the Third county Senatorial of Jackson District, for a delegatefrom King's Ferry........... T. J. Higginbolham..2 carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at .

the counties of Washington; and Boulogne............... Geo. W. Hodges..... reasonable prices. ;;
Holmes In for a delegate from the Fourth Callahan..................Samuel ones.......... @WHITNER & SCHUYLER 4t t tFt.
District Hi inbotham's....... L.W..I1i inhotham.
Senatorial In the counties of; Calhoun and Franklin, Brandy Branch...... Noah A. Hicks-- ....... .. USTJN", ,t
for a delegate from the Fifth Senatorial Dis- BOUNDARIES OF ELECTION DIS- MANUFACTURER OF
trict; I : >
In the county of Gadsden, for a delegatefrom {' I ;
the Sixth Senatorial District; District No. Includes all that portion of 'rt.' _. ". :rtu ,'.' '. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware t F

In the counties of Liberty and Wakulla, Amelia Island laying north of township line .' :: : .j,."*,*i.1? ,:.
number two, commencing at the Atlantic *< AND
for from the Seventh Senatorial .it DEALER IN
a delegate <
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District Ocean and running west on township line ;\ : Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store, .

In the;county of Leon, for a delegate from number two, until the Transit Railroad is '_ ':> '. :..' .. ... ......
the Eighth Senatorial District; reached, thence along the line of the railroadto '::': '. .:.; ';'. ;., ': # : "": ":f PARLOR OFFICE end COO STO
the the drawbridge over Amelia river. ,' '; _
In county of Jefferson for a delegate 3- } : '\' .0 ;: ; A 'l. ,.<
from the ninth senatorial district; District No. 2-To include that portion of I 0
In the county of Madison for a delegatefrom Amelia Island lying south of the southern
the tenth senatorial district; boundary line of District No. 1.

In the county of Hamilton for a delegate District No. 3-To commence at Amelia No. 47 OEiNT'JLMHLIE: S-rFl.mElF.-: : (
from the eleventh senatorial district; river, at the mouth of Clark's or O'Neill'screek -'-'
In the counties of Taylor and Lafayettefor
; thence up Clark's or O'Neill's creekto It
a delegate from the twelfth senatorial the Transit Railroad ;' thence westerly by ..-
district; the railroad to Lofton creek ; thence down :
In the county of Alachua for a delegate Nassau river to Amelia river; thence down f fIi
from the thirteenth senatorial district; Lofton creek to Nassau river; thence north I

In the county of Columbia for a delegate by Amelia river to place of beginning. A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: it
from the fourteenth senatorial district: District No. 4-To commence where the
In the of Bradford for a delegate .
county railroad crosses Lofton creek ; thence up < j h
from the fifteenth senatorial district; Lofton creek to McQueen's swamp; thenceup
In the county of Nassau for a delegate McQueen's swamp,to the Waterman Old
from the sixteenth senatorial district; Field; thence following the public wagon ..

In the county of Putnam for a delegate .. road to Port Henry on the St.Marys river to ,J>. I,
from the seventeenth senatorial district. Amelia river; thence up the Amelia river.
In the county of Duval for a delegate to the mouth of Clark's or O'Neill's creek ;
I from the eighteenth senatorial district; thence by the line of Clark's or O'Neill's Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. jf
In the county of Marion for a delegate creek to the railroad ; thence by the line of GOCERIE
j ;
from In the the nineteenth county of senatorial Orange, for district a delegate; railroad to place' of beginning. COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, j' }I r

from the Twentieth Senatorial District; District No. 5 To commence where the

In the counties of Dade and Brevard, fora railroad crosses Lofton creek where McQueen's I LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, rI fl
from the Senatorial swamp intersects Lofton creek; I
delegate Twenty-first ,, .: :" '
District thence up McQueen's swamp to the ford of i
; '
Mr. Higginbotham's place thence in a '', WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. I
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In the county of Hernando, for a delegate ,' :-1
from the Senatorial southwesterly direction, following the old
Twenty-second .
I road to Boggy thence down ...1"" ';
District swamp;
; Pure Spices Canned Goods I
In the county of Sumter, for a delegate Boggy swamp to Nassau river; thence down DRIVEN j
rom the Twenty-third Senatorial District; Nassau river to the mouth of Lofton creek ; }.

In the county of Monroe, for a delegatefrom thence up Lofton creek to the place of be- ,"i,; AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. f
the Twenty-fourth Senatorial District ginning. I ;
; TIN filled.
for Tin Gutters promptly
In the county of Walton, for a delegate District No. 6-To commence at Port Hen- ;:
Wind :Mills for pumping water or running
from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District; ry, on the St. Marys river; thence up the erected on order. :r .1
In the county of Suwanee, for a delegate St. Marys river to the mouth of Little St. light machinery promptly for sale
from the Twenty-sixth Senatorial District ; Marys river; thence up the Little St. Marys Pickles and Dried Fruits Nuts Church, Factory and School Bells 11

In the counties of Polk and Manatee, fora river to the public road, known as the OldKing's Imported jtauees at a bargain. at Wholesale Prices. t}, I
delegate from the Twenty-seventh Sena- road; thence by the King's road to delivered at the various trans- :
torial District; the point where it crosses Boggy swamp; !. All goods stations within the city free of |:
In the counties of Clay and Baker, for a thence down Boggy swamp to the old ford portation i
All sales for cash.
delegate from the Twenty-eighth Senatorial near Mr. Peter Green's place; thence following charge. ; J:1::
District. the public road in a northwesterly CORNER BROOME AN]) SECOND STS. [ '

In the county of Volusia, for a delegatefrom direction to the ford on McQueen's swamp ; Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. j!J F :.
the Twenty-ninth Senatorial District ; thence down McQueen's swamp to Water I ll'n :
In the county of Hillsborough, for a dele- man's Old Field ; thence by the public roadto CRACKERS AND CANDIES, ; C. C. STRATTON & CO., :
gate from the Thirtieth Senatorial District ; Port Henry, the place of beginning. :

In the county of St. Johns, for a delegate District No. -To commence at the mouth '," OF MACON, GEORGIA, i. ;
from the Thirty-first Senatorial District; of the Little St. Marys river; thence up the t. ":
In the county of Levy, for a delegate from Little St. Marys river to the old King's road ? f a MADE THE MODE BRO'S,

the Thirty-second Senatorial District; (one leading to camp Pinkney) ; thence by :> HAVE Fla., the author- .
And on the same day a general election the old King's road to Camp Pinkney, on ized Agents to contract for the sale of their @P.1'1
will be held in each of the respective counties ;
the St. Marys river; thence down the St.
of the State for delegates to the said Marys to the mouth of Little St. Marys river, Toilet Soap and Perfumery, [ : d"'!" ,." BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES. i .

Convention as follows: the place of beginning. ... ,
I = ;. .
In Escambia county, three; >
In Santa Rosa county, two; District No.8-To ommence at Camp ,,, ,, Parties wishing to purchase will get all information -
the St. river thence '
Pinkney, on .rys ; by ; from them. :
In Walton county, two; as regards prices .
In Holmes county, one; the old King's road to the point where the I' ,; Samples of different qualities and styles 1 i i\\
y..1 Flour ,
In Washington county, one ; Alachua trail leaves it; thence followingthe 'R .Best Brands Family can be seen at the office of. '
Alachua trail to Batton's thence westerly
In Franklin one
county ; the road Stokes' ', '.,
to \
by public Ferry, on Fernandina.
In Calhoun county, one 26
; the St. Marys river; thence down the St. I.
In Jackson county, three : ( ,- '<>."- ; -4 .
Marys river to the place beginning. -
county, one. ,: t ;
In Wakulla county, one; District No. 9-To commence at the mouthof Jt': :y : /;* Choicer Butter' and Cheese,

In Gadsden county, three; Boggy creek, on Nassau river; following R. G. :McQUITTY '
In Leon county, four; Boggy creek to the ford of King's road VfI.i." '" I
In Jefferson county, four; thence north by the King's road to Alachua iF..... : Has removed his business to the rooms over
In Madison county, three; trail; thence by the Alachua trail to the the New York Bakery, on Centre street.
line No. 23 thence the '. ,' : ;; ". assortment seasonable
In Taylor county, one; range ; following '. -' He has received an
In Hamilton county, two; range line south of the base line to the ,\ Hams, Bacon, Lard, etc. goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto

In Suwanee county, two ; boundary line of Duval county; thence by i make them up to suit all tastes in the.
the line between Duval and Nas- T .,
In Lafayette county, one; dividing best style.
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counties to the mouth of creek /::;: :: neatly done.
In Columbia county, three; sau Boggy ; ; :. -Repairing
In Alachu county, four; the place of beginning. ('t(" !::: Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.

In Levy county, two; District No. 10-To commence at Stokes' x:}:;. ,
In Bradford county, two ; Ferry, on the St. Marys river; thence by ', -J Notice for Final Discharge.
In Clay county, one; the public'road to Alachua trail; thence by IX MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
In Baker county, one; the Alachua trail to range line No. 23 ; : S publication of this notice I will presentto
In Nassau county, two, thence south by range line No. 23 to baseline : CIGARS< : AND TOBACCO-,::. the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor
In Duval county, four; ; thence by base line to Crosbey's bay; Nassau county, my final accounts and
In St. Johns county, two ; thence by Deep creek; thence down ,Deep vouchers as executor of the estate of j
In Volusia county, one; creek to the mouth. ," ', ". WILLIAM MABSON, deceased, and ask for a I

In Orange county:two; District No. 11 To consist of all that por- *",' \. -' '. "' .' : final discharge. III -.
In Putnam county, two ; tion of the county south of the line commencing ; : JOHN A. ELLER\fAXN Executor.,:.
In Marion county, two; at the mouth of Deep creek thence by ; ;

In In Sumter Hernando county; two; said creek to Crosbey's bay to the; base line; :-it : ;'- r ::; i ', -'I-* . ,' .","-4 -,. ,Fernandina, Fla., Apri14,1885. Gm
county, two; thence the base line to the line '
by dividing Weekly: v-JC5 mar28
In In Hillsborough county, two ; between Nassau and Duval counties. JOS'. :Free" .'Delivery.. '.- Fresh.4Supplies. -- ,.. '.' ,'-. ;<' .,--- I'.', "". ,. JAMES McGIFFIX,
Polk connt.one; The precinct of No. 1 is establishedat > ;'; '" AND BUILDER;
In voting C :: ONTRACTOR

In Manatee Dade county county, one, one; ; the court-house of in District Fernandina.The No. 2. is established : : : ;: t; c .

In In Brevard.county, one; precinct at Amelia settlement, formerly J. L ; ,; : ; : !:'f: : F Alachua Street, between Second and Third, t .

Monroe county, two; ., "r't't .. ...
The attention D. Vaughan's place, situated in section 15, .:: -< 'If., '" ,' J <, ". ;> :-"\( 'N. ; FLA.

the law requiring of them the Sherfffs to cause is a called notice of to township 2 north, range 28 east. ..:'' .,.t.;\.,-,,,...'J''t.', JJ." ..rr.-" .,;:.:,, .,,. ,..:..'.""'l'i': ,,>.-,i-..'..".',::,/-.L'i.".".. :.". .,.J,$<>....,<::....,...........,:.. ''-:.".;'.'i:+':<"."";,:';'''f.,.;>:.-.. ;,:,,!;;Jr.; -'.f-: f tr.....,.- FERNANDINA,
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR haps there may be a sooner and A BEAUTIFUL MEMORIAL.We I never done better than this season, strain, Mr. Editor, will

stronger test. As these lines are mentioned some months since' and fortunately this crop has been strengthen those who have greatly determined

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. written General Grant may be,dead, the intention of Dr. J. H. Upham, of widely planted and is now goingto to, destroy these party bosses'-

Sabftcription, 82 per year; six months 81. surrounded by the crowds of a great Boston, to place a window in St. market in good condition and rule. Not content with the loaves

city. Down.in a little country home, Peter's, Episcopal Church ''in this bringing good prices. Early beans and fishes already obtained by these
Office comer Centre and First streets,second floor
attended by,his wife, a man,is dying city asva memorial to the noble- and squashes 'are now coming for- methods, these selfstyled.bosses

RATES OF ADVERTISING. from the effects of a wound receivedin hearted, physicians, Drs. Wellfordand ward, and tomatoes, now in bloom, : have manufactured this device

R Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for honorable defense of his country Herndon, who laid down their will soon mature and swell the volume remain grand dictators.In to
each insertion.
I Special subsequent local notices, 15 cents a line. and its flag. He has been a soldier, lives in the performance of self- of the, profitable spring mar- conclusion: please allow

Reading notices, 25 cents a line. a statesman. He is a Christian, elected duty during the epidemic of keting.We for the above. The more space
Special rate for time advertisements upon application .. intelligent
I at the office. Some miserable 'political mummery 1877. The window was placed in have 'seen over 500 acres of portion of the colored voters desired

Communications upon all matters of local interest declares him not,to be a citizen. He the church during the past week truck growing in a single field, and the selection of a non-partisan ticket

solicited from all parts of the county and from has the respect, .the,admiration and and has elicited the admiration of there are thousands of these truck for city officers; they, much deplore

a along All the communications lines of Florida intended railways.for publication the sympathy of the good and greatof all who have had the opportunityof patches now in cultivation in the the representation without taxation,

all nations. Around him cluster seeing it. interior the lines of rail- and will assist
should be addressed to the Editor: all business along our by their votes i in

1 letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. ,the love and affections of the people The general design is that of a ways and rivers. This; crop 'will future to "lay on MacDuff" till

} SATURDAY. APRIL 18, 1885. who have shared his aspirations, his crown in the upper, section of 'the almost rival in profitable return the bossism, as the order of the day

sorrows and his disappointments.The arch. Below this is a beautiful orange crop, and it has the advantageof is resquiat in pace. -

is SECTIONALISM DEAD? judgment of no court attaches shield of purple illuminated glass.A being at once a paying crop. I am, with many thanks for your

? If one were to read only the stain to his name. A life emblazoned cross of mother of pearl forms the Many orange growers cultivate vege- comments, A COLORED VOTER.

pronounced and rabid Republican with great enterprises, has no centre ofihe window, ornamentedby tables between their trees or open ---

papers at the North, like the New blur upon its escutcheon.Jefferson ti bunch of grapes, with the symbol truck patches near their groves, IMPORTANT MOVEXEST IS IM/L-
York Tribune, Cincinnati Commercial, Davis may go with Grant. At least, of the Anchor representing Hope, and are thus. enabled. ,.to meet, the An official of the CIRCLES.Savannah, Florida &

Chicago Tribune, etc., one would he must soon follow. It will not be the Holy Scriptures illustrating expense of- the- one by the profits 01 Western Railway informs us that the management -

c suppose that sectionalism prevailed forgotten that Jefferson Davis, as Christian Faith; alpha and omega, the other. of the railroads in South Carolina,

at the North in the most rabid form; Secretary of War, saved Grant, a the symbol of the almighty power, Truck growing is of course subjectto Georgia and Florida are contemplating the

$ but it must be borne in mind that sub-lieutenant, from lasting disgraceby the beginning and the end; the cup drawbacks, like all other things gauge advisability of the of roads making during a the change in" the

;I'', ; sectionalism and abuse of the Democracy permitting him to resign in the of salvation, and the paten, the em- which depend upon sun and rain mer. The present gauge of most coming of the) sum-rail-

r ; and of the South especially, face of a court-martial. blems of sacrifice. In the lower partof and dew and frost, but with experience roads south Wilmington is five feet and

i is the capital in trade of these jour- If the North expects the South to the window, an illuminated tablet and good management it is i when the change is made it is proposed to

I: : nals. Their business is to denounce for Grant not the South has the following inscription: undeniably very profitable in the adopt a gauge of four feet eight and a half

: administration weep may ..................................................................... .......... inches, which is the standard railroad gaugeat
the Democratic now expect the North to dismiss its ma long run. Some persons give up the North. The five-foot gauge at pres-

rM.l; 1 in power and to endeavor to keep lignity at the side of an open grave. :. FRANCIS Born PRESTON in Fredericksburg WELLFORD, Va.,,'M. D., :. after a single trial, or a late frost, ent extends as far North as Wilmington,X.

the Republican party from going toi and treat Jefferson Davis, the United : Sept.12, 1829. and then denounce the whole busi- C., Danville, Va. Cincinnati. 0., and pointsin

t: i ; pieces One jof these Western jourPYt. States officer the United States Sen- JAMES CARMICHAEL HERNDON. D.,' ,i ness as1 a failure. As a rule such Illinois. In the shipment of freight
: Born in Fredericksburg, Va., 'i North or South this difference in the gauge
, : nals talks of Jake Thompson. We ator, and once the Secretary. of War, i Sept.22.1831. : I men are themselves chronic failures. of the roads necessitates a transfer at thoss

, ; have known the Hon. Jacob Thompson with becoming respect? Died at in Fernandina the faithful,discharge Florida, Oct.of their 18, 1877 duties, The fact that the business increases points where the gauge is changed, and in

for many years. In :Mississippiand We shall see if sectionalism is i To whose memory as a grateful record of :. I every year shows that it is remune- the movement of passenger trains the trucks
: i their noble lives and heroic deaths this win- ; 1 of each coach have to be changed according
{ti' Tennessee, where htf has long dead. dow Is dedicated by a New England memberof rative. I
t" the profession which they so much honored to the grade of the road. The object in .
I, resided, he has held the very highest i and adorned. I adopting the standard gauge is to do away
CALL AN EXTRA SESSION. Greater lore hath than this, that OUR EXPORTS.
no man a man lay
i[ : place in public estimation as a citizen down his life for his friend." with the cost and inconvenience of changingthe

: i and as a Christian gentleman. The Washington correspondent of ............................................................................. The 1\Iallory'steamers' carry out trucks and to expedite the movement of

; .t ft1 1 i' He was in every respect the peer of the Charleston News and Courier' is The beautiful execution 'of, this every week a good cargo of the pro- freight.
ducts of Florida. We noticed last The Charleston News and Courier says
r, 1. ; any man who ever occupied the informed that more than one Cabinet window, and'the noble purpose to week in the list of cedar there are in round numbers 130,000 miles of

!r j1 J place of Secretary of the Interior. It afficer has urged the President to which it is dedicated by its generous exports railway in the United States, embracing as

.- \y!( may'suit the Tribune and the scavengers call an extra session of Congress, in donor deserve the admiration and cotton, shrimp, cotton seed oil, vegetables many as 18 different gauges, ranging from

; l} r of the Republican party to order that measures may be takento warm appreciation of the citizens ofFernandina ; etc. two feet up to six feet. Four hundred and
All that we send out as the product thirty of the, roads have a 4-foot 8i-inch
i, t 4' defame his but the United- States the full to whom the
: } memory, they can give memoryof of soil for the articleswe gauge, 118 have a 3-foot gauge, 78 a 5-foot
r l i appeal only to the ignorant and theprejudiced. benefit of the complications growingout Drs. Wellford and Herndon is pays gauge and 54 have a 4-foot 9-inch gauge.
buy and increases the wealth of
13 j \ Mr. Thompson's memory of the probable war between deservedly dear:: and :will be regardedby The 5-foot gauge extends over about 14,000
n I 1 the country. When our exports miles of railway, and is confined mostly\
jJ.i. .t will be honored by his'.countrymen England and Russia. It is hardly our citizens as a graceful professional The
I exceed our imports the' balance of the Southern railroads. extent and importance -
f f'a long after these.defamers have likely that a war between England ; ,tribute.,by Dr.Upham to these therefore, of the movement' to
trade is said to be in our favor. Ina
,r rt. sputtered their brief.time. ana. Russiach1. .. be':confined> for long. noble men', as ,well as .all indication' adopt the standard gauge is very consid-
: however there is
r l l K. The, Philadelphia limes, one of to 'those twos nations. : 'OtherlEuippean -' of his )kind feelings,.toward our'ciiy. new country, of a erable.-Jacksonville Herald.
large investment a permanent
countries will be drawnF into There is'a:striking coi 1cidence' the
\ the fairest: 'Northern hasjJI read
journals, character in the improvement of IN a paper by Dr. Varick,
;! addressed itself: to this,'s bj ctin the quarrel. The American mer- fact that these noble men should lands buildings etc. which before the New York County Medi-
groves, ,
chant marine will need protection have been born in the same city, in ,
! ; { h language: does not become immediately pro- cal Association, the use of simple

iJ Secretary Lamar is criticised 'because he and for this purpose the American the same month, and having volunteered ductive, but is not the less an in- hot water as a dressing for woundsis

,n 1i: recognized the death of ex-Secretary Thompson navy must, by hook,or by crook, be their.services' reached Fernandina'in of wealth and Florida strongly recommended. Duringan
i; $ in the.usual l''' perfunctory of l lowering increased.It the midst of the epidemic on crease property.
experience in its use of six years
fi ;,, the flag of the office at half mast and has probably shown more prompt
!' the and that their deaths
same day,
is ill wind that blows such
\I ] giving the employes,,a half-holiday, as has an nobody returns for the money expended in in cases of acute surgery, as
J r{ been done in every like instance since thefoundation good. Russia will unquestionablyresort should also have occurred the same improvements than most of the railroad accidents, etc., he has had

: : of the government, even including to privateering if attacked. by day. It was therefore peculiarly fit Western* States and is rapidly becoming no death from septicemia or pri-

Jlf r, ,1 Vice-President Burr. England, arid a few ; It is only few months that like a very productive State. mary
; ago a been faithful
[ ,
will make ,it, Hot 'for the ''English'- erected to those who:were -
ex-Confederate soldier and statesman died Her fer the. Kind Thing.-Dr.
h .l orange crop present year Words for a Good
I in life unto death. "
: ', j 4J in Georgia, who had tilled the Attorney- merchantmen in every quarter of even will likely exceed one million boxes, David Kennedy: My wife has used your
tUWf.ii; General's office, and the, usual perfunctory, the globe. The effect will be to "Favorite Remedy" for General Debility
THE TRUCK FARMING INTEREST. and the vegetable crop perhapscomes and Liver Complaint, and is getting strong
J 11 signs of sorrow were exhibited, at the office and well. I cheerfully recommend i;:
compel shippers to seek other vessels can
he had filled; and one of these days the Few of our winter visitors are up to half a million of crates. use in every family as a family medicine.
4 ty Post-office Department will go through the than those which are under the aware of ,the magnitude of this These figures represent a large return Yours with gratitude. WILLIAM LrsDY Md.,

f same perfunctory symptoms of sorrow when English flag. Congress,'by allowing' growing interest in our State. The for a State with as yet so limited a Baltimore,
ex-Postmaster-General Key, an ex-Confed- Americans to purchase foreignbuiltships List of Letters
beautiful laden with population and so recent a growthand
orange groves,
. erate soldier and statesman, shall go to join and sail them under the Stars Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan-
i 1al u F the great majority. the golden fruit, attract their undi- development., dina, Nassau county,.Florida, April 13th.
and Stripes, can give the means to 1885. Persons calling for these letters must
Mr. Buchanan's'Secretary of the*Interior vided attention during their sojourn '
left his place with discredit, as have many the United States of recovering the here but of, the lowlytruckpatqhes' THE RECENT CITY ELECTION say advertised :
Aiken, Mrs Jonas B Lickerson, Larry
others, some of whom have returned to vast carrying trade which has''b en'1 and broad fields devoted to Anderson, Joseph Lowe, J A Mrs
,$ } enjoy the fatted calf at, the prodigal's feast; : lost. The Confederate men-of-war vegetable A COLORED MAN REPUDIATES THE NOMINATIONS Brunson, Mr Morgan, (Machinist: )
a The Senate flag would be at half-mast,if culture, they know but little. ,OF,THE LIME KILN CLUB.To Bradley. McDonald, Andrew

i 4 :Mahone were to die, as the House flag would (few and weak as they were, almost In fact, very many of them, with the Editor of the Florida Mirror: Beacham Benton, Mrs, FrankIatlock S A ,.Joseph Charles KMcCraye.

have been at half-mast had, Chalmers died drove the American: merchant flag that wisdom acquired by stoppingat Your ,remarks upon the city election Carden S :Mowet James
when filling a seat into which he had cheat- ,from the face of the ocean, and Rus- Dodge, Capt D B ((2) Nash, George L
the in last issue able and
hotels and viewing country were
your Ferguson, Joseph Nelson, George
ed himself, and the death of Mosby would "
call the American flag to half-mast on all sia can obtain swifter and stronger from the deck-of steamer, emphat- timely. You should'not, however, Hiding, Mrs, Mollie Panes,Win Ch
Hurbert C M Read.
those which flew the ,
t the seas that wash the cradle,of the human cruisers than" : ically write letlers back to their .attach the blame for 'the selection of Hayes, George: Robinson, Sani'I
"Bonnie' Blue Flag. The United that such council to the entire of Hurn, PatHigginbotham Read Harriet
k' Y race.The country papers complaining a mass Mrs E L
': L Starde.
truth is that the American
people States, we are confident, can grasp. Florida produces nothing but sand colored ,voters, (and,'yet every man Hall, WillieKemp Spencer, LulaTaylor.
Siva 1 began to sponge out the war,and the errors the business of the worldin Robert -
of its actors; some years ago under Repub- shipping and oranges; that it has no vegeta is supposed to be able to 'vote intel- Izzerd, Margaret Treaswand. A
I lican Presidents; like Grant, Hayes, Garfield, the event of an extensive' Euro- bles, no other fruits, no grass, ligently), for there are but four or Lawhorn, LA Williams, Mrs Mary
and Arthur, and they have just about.fin pean war. But to accomplish this anti Lynch J P Young.
I no cattle. Could these critics five men responsible for the ticket as S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.
' ished the work under Cleveland, much to absurd laws which
navigation pre-
survey the large area of land devotedto presented. There, among the colored -
the satisfaction of the whole country. They vessels from ob-
will give out the usual perfunctory signs of vent foreign-built truck farming they would be as voters what they term the Notice ,
American must be hereby given to whom it may
regret when death comes home to high sta- taining registers much surprised at the extent of "council." This council has whatis IS that at the election held on MoiuJaj,

tion, and the convincing evidence that the repealed, or suspended.The this culture as at their own prior called the "executive board," April 6. A. D. 1885 for municipal the following officers,
to serve for the ensuing year.
of entirely out,
t passions war are sponged American navy, as we said, ignorance.The composed of this four'' or ,five: men, named persons received the highest number
willat no distant day we fear,be given when
% offices set oppo
a needs' enlarging, and merchant vessels cool winterand late 'spring ,taken from different portions of the of votes for the respective
in every city and capital of the South there site their names:
will be not only perfunctory emblems of can be obtained which will have retarded the growth of early city where they wield an influence. \ayor-'Y' H. Pope:

sorrow, but universal sorrow in the heartsof answer the purpose of cruisers, at a vegetables,it is true,but.the same cold Whatever ticket this executive board \Iarshal-R.Clerk-Geo. E.L.Wolff Dennefield; ;
,the people who mourned with Lee at To for this and to Collector-C. J. Westberg;
pinch. provide weather has altogether prevented the brings 'forward is ratified, because
General Grant the Assessor-John Stays
Appomattox, over conqueror ;
consider the navigation laws, and, to I in "the decreed."
of rebellion, having gone to the City growth the competing truckgrowing godsxhave 'so Treasurer-ThomosKydd Robt.; McDonald.
Aldermen G. Stark,
of the Silent.. prepare for every emergency, regions north of us, leaving a Watch my ,prediction: The con- Riley E. Robinson- Reuben Walker and

The perfunctory grief of sundry Congress should be convened in pretty clear field for Florida. At stitutional convention delegates will Richard Wilkerson.EMIL 0. FRIEND,

people at the South over Garfield extra session. We hope that the the same time the cool, moist wea- be chosen in the same manner; but City Clerk.

r failed to kill .sectionalism, but the President will see the necessity for ther has promoted 'the healthy be you sure that if they are, they Fernandina, Fla., April, 7,1&85.:

Times holds that the grief of the this, unless the war clouds. quickly growth and development of the har- will as surely be defeated.A Ladles and Misses Hose,

South over Grant will finish it. Per blow away. dier vegetables. Cabbages have few able editorials in the right In great variety; AT PAUL FU KE'5.



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1. .->..,,.'*;,.-,-'. _fr' ..-y" THE FLORIDA. }MIRROR-: APRIL > 18, 1885. ; .
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Mclinetr 124 st. 1 :
William Fayette! : J
Baltimore, Md., says: I believe Favorite : "
Keiuedy1 is a good medicine. It is doingme ESTATE AGENTS

more good than anything I ever tried, . REAL ,
and I have tried almost everything, for I ama J-< :', /. ; : : ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA.
sufferer from dyspepsia." While Favorite PAUL FUNKE'SDRY
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"" : Loans
Remedy' is a specific. in stomach and f.3 : 'hi' '" procured.,Mortgages negotiate d.ex-
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bladder diseases, it is equally valuable in : :;l. >" .; changes effected.
bilious disorders. ,. ., :Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
of Constipation 'j,;
the cases bowels and all the class of ills appar- ,.'..:.:.":.r".,; >,t. "\.[:\".'. '. : HH++4-+++++++4++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++-++fI ++ acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000

ently inseparable from the constitution of acres, for sale.
N. B._"St. Mary's having been selectedas

women. GOODS I the terminus of the Atlantic&Mississippi
Canal (under the survey made for Government -
From tiLe Indianapolis Times.]
by General Gillmore), charters for the
An Interesting LetterFrom WILLIAMS & SWANN t construction of which having been granted
by the United States Government
I 1 I I I I I I C I 1 I I I I I I iI +++++++++++;0+++++;0++++++++ and the
Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
Mr. Harry W. Olmstead, Proof. SUCCESSORS OF THE increase in the value of adjacent lands may i
be confidently looked for." (See New York
reader of The Times. Co. NEW SPRING Sun, 27-3-83.)
The following letter is encouraging and Florida Land & Immigration GOODS.

worthy of careful perusal, as it"does, fromso .i I II 1
reliable a source unsolicited. It contains Offer on easy terms, or for cash, I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment of 3 .

facts of great value: Spring: Goods ever brought to Fernandina,consisting of Colored .o...mny; ,

INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Oct. 12. 1884. Silks, Black Silks, Fancy and Plain Parasols, Nun's'Veiling,'Cash- og.c W
375,000 ACRESof =-;: tj:
DR. DAVID KENNEDY Roundout N. Y. meres, Gloves, :Mitts, Hosiery, o-
DEAR SIB:-For; ten years I have been a "'S ri :: :- t1:;:;
sufferer from disease of the kidneys, at :--CD:nO-CDtj: 0
times so much so as to make life a burden. Hammock and Pine Lands, on ;-.V :: !!.:: 00 I-i
PLAIN :: 0
During this time several of the best! physicians IP FANCY DRESS GOODS cr.oCII-0 3: .

in Indiana have treated me with littleor and adjacent to the Railway from O.IRO- ( = ;s::: CC ,
no success, until I had almost!: despairedof a.p 3:: '" (jHT :
relief. I then tried several advertised Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar Embroideries, 'Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons. -P 5 00...S.Li'f o=-* *

remedies, but nothing produced the desired Feathers. Satines Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to o o': 3a' O
result until a friend who had been relieved Key on the Gulf of :Mexico. No be found in a well-appointed dry goods establishment. Special 00:c.; ::'lj 0..."1';)
indnced me to give DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S grp. .....<3:! '::2.
attention is directed to large and varied assortment ofHBOYS' "'S
FAVORITE REMEDY a trial; I my =.1';) _(1) m-::::I
did so. After taking one bottle I experience lands in Florida are more desirablefor 04Cl; oi Ci>ph
relief. I took another and was charmed .Q.. ; '-
with the result. In all I have taken Oranges, Peaches, :Melons, and -:-:: =- t-3
MEN CLOTHING o ..cr.oE..::
four bottles, and can truly say I feel like a z"'S.,, =
new man. I am confident I am entirely early Vegetables; none containingbetter (1)< f SS "::'ScI:! ;H": t-3.
cured as it has been several months since I ;;; Q"o =*::; D'r i
took the last medicine and there is no indication and more accessible bodies of -g O"g g 3 tj:
which cannot be beaten in the city: and which I
of a return of the disease. I have am selling at ":: OQ r;.. _"'::
recommended your remedy to several suffering Yellow Pine Timber, as also the astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at onehalfthe ffia to ClIO S"o _2

friends who have also been relieved, cost. Also, a large variety of Gents' Underwear and Furnish- ::" -C > t'1

I write this to return my :sincere: thanks to more valuable Hard Woods and Red ing Goods: of every description. m... c-o
you for the cure which has been effected in (; ; 00'

my case, and also desire to say I think suffering Pencil Cedar ; none contain better 5"o :-; -.... ,tjt-3.
humanity owes you a debt of gratitudefor HATS GAPS BOOTS SHOES '< ice'; sH
wonderful scientific discovery. : s ( ( : Q
your s'2.03 c5
ranges for cattle and sheep, and no :;:; **
all sufferers
shall do all that in me lies to let c < = -I *

know in where they measure may remunerate. find relief and lands in the State are in a more sat- for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes, at low prices. In Domestic .. &s.-*. r 3(1)tCII-:.:. *p 1. --:: Ooa OD >'J. .,
thereby some you = cr. i
for the good you have done me. Goods I ani1 offering unprecedented bargains, and will not be -0:: (1)rn ::I L. .

Wishing you long life and prosperity and isfactory shape for successful coloni- undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. c"'S(1) gz wfDOa ;

thanking you for prolonging my life I am Attention is also directed to large assortment ofHOUSEFUKNISHTNTG Q + a..oH ka
my "'S "'S -
HARRY. OLMSTEAD.Dr. zation or resale by capitalists.For :: .tr:1:: :::..'+cr..."g .b

Kennedy, of llondout, N. = tj .
Y., assures the public, by a reputationwhich further information and terms, GOODS
he cannot afford to forfeit or imperil, hiCo..r; .-:::;-"x 'CI)

that the Favorite Remedy" does invigorate -I I address .......... rn=u" >
the blood cures Liver, Kidney and comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give me a !"'os r ,

Bladder complaints, as well as those diseases WILLIAMS & SWANN, call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at ? ';t = CII tj m i ;
and weaknesses peculiar to males. J. L. rW'I"'xSEWING

Horsey &Co. have it. FERNANDINA, FLA.mmmJm ,;

for a County MACHINES, J
The Democratic voters of Nassau county ." I

will hold a County Convention at Callahanon ".., ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, .

Saturday, April 18th to nominate three '' : STREET, For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices r rS

delegates to the Constitutional Con ventio I. : : 7I', I. ; '
t. 1 -ALSO
: -
The Districts are entitled to delegates as ; : : :".' .: FERN'A'rn : A. ,

follows: j-- . ..-.. ...... ..,... '..... H"' ':.. AnACHMENTS I 'for f every any'Sewing' description' Machine and. ,;
Precinct No. 1..i.; ....;........,..11. a.s,'.; '" r S ,' : l3, .If.j r.' ... .'1" -.... for sale.
Precinct No. 2. ...............?:..!...'.....:.... 2 : .' ,. .:- -- -- t '

Precinct Np. 3..................................... 2Precinct '. jZ8B' Old Machines repaired at moderate ;
No. 4....;.-.............................. 2 prices. j
Precinct No.5.........._........................ 3 HENRY \
Precinct No. G.................................... 4 CHANGE OF SCHEDULE .'.' 1 F f ". ,. 11' .. Y' .- "or l \';-.. ;_t.'t.. ,.. -, ...? Af'-- Corner Third and HOBEIN Ash i
Precinct No.7.................................... 4 ., 'J..< .,:I .,, .1. 1_ ...A."i l J ( ) (or.. : .. ., 8 Fernandina Streets, Fla., 'i '.
Precinct No.8.................................... 2 .. .... 1 ':.
Precinct No.9.................................... 8 Jr; I"'I* ;4tttt; : IIC." .' ..t .'.,;."' 1 ':>" .,

Precinct No. JO.................................... 3 SEA ISLAND liOTJTE. FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER Ji y.
Precinct No. 11.................................... 2 I : ,,'.::1 : :!'1 j Jf i
II. BAKER Chairman.J. I II. .. . .-.- ;! "'. -. .
I 'l, ... > 1 'f .. ... '" ,'.t'".', I ", "' ,FOR, SALE CHEAP : i
A. EDWARDS. Clerk. GEORGIA' AND FLORIDA ."- : : '; ,
: .
Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. .' !... .,' ..".,,. .:. :,.... .....if ',:..',.' :I. EDGINGS AND SLABS, t : .

Inland Steamboat Co. .'-. ::, ", '.:. ,:",' '
Mattings Mailings : >. ': '' ROUGH LUMBER .

. A great bargain in Fancy Mattings, 15 .' ... r ,. g, -11' .n.\ "jfi J I ,"I'+;;'q et .. 'f! I From $5 to $16 per M ft., t
cents a yard, at J. & T. KYDDS. .... .- --''''''' 81 Iii.wd\ if.I
NO HEATI-N-O! DUSTBUT ; IU L' : according to quality. I:

I -. T.t ,,1' .-: :J: !'J1:: } ': DRESSED LUMBER" I I 5
ATTENTION, HOUSEKEEPERS. .. ,. : : $12 to $20 per M" feet.

A Delightful. Trip.Along the Pic- ..1lr--. '., :: .__ ;to ;..> Orders by Telephone promptly attended to I_' !

THERE WILL BE SOLD TO THE turesque I Sea Islands 1 J:'" -...... : .. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, J i,!
bidder BY '
: ,. 'J. '. ;" Steam Saw and Planing Mill. I r
ON FRIDAY, APRIL 2TI,. -- ...... .........,. ,_..,.:.. Office foot Centre Street. 8
_,:; J-'T',....;:\'"'._......I"---_- ....... .... f':
in front of.' my, Store, on Second. Street, i IE -A PERFECT SERVICE.I ii
Suitable for Private Families and BoardingHouse : : 0 following,varieties :, Morris .Alba, ; i

Keepers ; WlIARY / Leesang, Rosea, and common varieties, at .. 2
; .tIiFj ( from 5 Also ,
to 25 cents. a few grafted ever-
SHEETS", PILLOW-CASES: Space bearing mulberry trees. They bear from the

'1OWELS.; BED-QUILTS, ; t ,1st of May to 1st of August, 25 'cents each. i
FEATHER PILLOWS, l Orange and Fig Trees 10 cents each. Grafted f
PIECES OF CARPETS, :MODE BRO'S have sold their stock downso t. Wild Goose Plum Trees 10 cents each. Scup- i

low that they were compelled to send '. pernong Grape Vines, White and Black ij; ..
KNIVES ;FORkS, SPOONS, ETC. -- the'Black' the Thomas from 10 50 :
( are ), to
: :;: Northern
their :Mr. I. A. MODE to visit the I
Sale: will commence at 3 o'clock p.m. MORGAN' cents, according to size. Orders by mail
NORMAN BRO'V'NSON'Auctioneer.; ,: i' :t;,,:, and:Eastern markets, to _select,,for ,their,.al-. ,' TiTLir. .. : promptly attended to. Trees and vines when

'- ON AND AFTER MARCH 29th "' ready.well.established' trade' AN-;ENTIRE ." Q r u v .,o3. ordered will be left with A. B. Noyes, whois I

Notice of Insolvency. ;Yi t," .. NEW: Spring stock in every department, authorized to collect on delivery.

I X COUNTY: COURT, Nassau County, Will, LEAVE and FERNANDINA every. Sunday .. .? ::,;.... which they will enumerate .in the next Post-office Nursery at address Coneville Fernandina, Nassau,county Fla. Fla. .
Tuesday Thursday. : '
Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt ad-- ;- ; ; "
: LEAVES SAVANNAH foot of. Lincoln.St. I issue. Taking advantage of the lateness of GEO. H. BAER.

deceased nistrator, late of of the the estate county of W.aforesaid S. Rawson, having .. every Monday, Wednesday; and Friday. ;: / ; the Season, and the very low prices at which Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1885-3t

filed in the office of the County' Judgef Passengers North-bound connect at Sayan--' :1 r,;.i;: '. manufacturers are' closing out their Spring ... Notice.
nah with Rail and Lines and, 1- .Post-Office
> said county, a written suggestion of the .Steamship ; '. ;;t;" and Summer Goods, they will be enabled in ,
I South-bound'Passengers reaching Savannahby U. Office Hours From 8:00 A. M_to 6:00: p. M.
insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby
given to all having claims or de- Rail or the Ocean Steamship Companyfrom ..-.. '>",.' ; this instance .to bring to this market the .'::j' Sunday hours, 10:30 A.'}!. to 11:30 A. }{.
mands of any persons nature whatever against said New York and Boston, ,or Boston & : ::': '.. ,largest and cheapest stock of Goods ever Money Orders and Registered Letters from,

estate, to file the same, duly authenticated, Savannah Steamship., connect ;via the .:- brought to Florida. Examine their low 8:00 A. ,M. >to 1:00 p. }{.; and from 2:00 p. M
Morgan with the Florida Railway & Navigation _. to 3:30: .
HI the p.m.ARRIVAL
'f'e. ;
office of the County Judge of said, for : prices before buying. '" :; ar fctfi';
bounty, on or before the 13th day of Octo- 't 'A .' AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE MAILS.
D, 1885' at which time there will bea ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA, ';.,..:., :b.I.tODE: BIRO'S: Transit &Peninsular RaUroacl-

pro rata payment to creditors entitled k r Leaders of Low Prices. Arrives. daily exceptSunday.........' 4.45 P. M.
thereto, and the Administrator discharged CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES, .,,; ;" ': Brings mails from the North, the

Witness my. hand and seal as Count Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
Judge of said county, this 10th dav. of NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AND MEXICO.For .... 0" _._0- : railroads. .

April, A. D. 1865: tickets toLeve & Alden ? "? .," ; Closes daily except Sunday?: .........10:00 A.}{.
II. J. BAKER apply agencies & ,*#** "' : Takes mails for the North, the

Hrnandina County Judge. or any regular P.. W.ticket SIMMONS agent., Agent, ;..;'.. :J! :t',fr. 'Vv---. co')<,i.;;' :. ,. :\, .- :.- .., .. o' Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular .
1885. Crao "
April 11, :.
WILLIAMS Fernandina, Gen. Ag't,'Fla., ; ';';' .F Ai f.: ;j} ; }: ;'.; : :. ":.' ;< :}; ;: i: ..,_:, :: ', ';. Leesburg roads.train maillony.......... 8:40 A. M. a

Warranty ''' ". ; "';'{ : j l ;';:<..4:1!! ';'. ......,in 7:;?. ; .. .- Brings Western .
mid Mortgage Deeds. Savannah, Ga. ,' .. .. ', : ,.. :. .. ,
: J"
... ,<'. :;: "< ,. :;;t-.f';: ji'm"t .
> f. }j ,
.f'. ". .4'.' < "'''''''f : 'P'i.f!:'': : -'u'-9'a' tj" $. ; Fcrnanaina & Jacksonville Railroad-
; t-if' ; : : of' l:;f' ,'
:: ,. : ; -
PAPER 75 CTS. PER DOZEN ., t"J' ., ,
LINEN of 2-cent Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, ,. .- '..'. '"".0"'Il ir. !{iv:1f'IW.:; : :'''''-'':';'''" J.i"L":V"' V'-t* '" -cT.'- -t'tf':::&-l'>'**.''-"*:? 'f""m"'' )< ,.. Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A.sf. w

stamp.: Address sent upon receipt Fernandina,'Fla., ,- .. '. '. ..,:,'.-.'.:..',".;:..:_iiir''id'......::. : :; ''' .:"A,'!:>.._:;: :>". -"-,vl"5U'V'.: -*"><'X--. -" : > ,' ,., Brings the Jacksonville.and St. ;

FLORIDA MIRROR, D. E. MAXWELL, .i,.. :.. .- ;: -.1" !.t1:--:.fii.,,...'.f' \J.t ,...," : 1,'];".: .Ui/-. : ::?-.:: t' "::'.>*4 :-1:..''''" :-:'.1 John's river i mails. t
'. vtJ- : ': >">:'." %.,>iVQ5': :V. :$>? ,.,'
? General :, ,, V--! > .
-U Fernandina, Fla. Superintendent, ,, z" ; ""' !' : r.'i!!: :,; >r .. ,, Closes daily except Snnday..l0:3O'A. M i
Fernandina, Fla.'' -" ', .'J, '. ,> '''r..;: '!:- \."' .: :', ;:.:'!W1'''':','I"::.' v ..- :II; g':.-.'<.1,.;,-),J.. N' ||i-",". ..' I '. ,. ', Takes the Jacksonville,St.J olm's t
''' ;':;,'flW-": ;::- -. ''''''" '', '',';' "-,- 'River and Northern mails. J
...:,;. _... '!':'. .::;;fY, : :; I :
LUCYco.TTAGE .' -. '-:: <" ., : ;$.1 .,, .' Sunday Jail- .1
AND BUILDER H >:lf' Jacksonville and St. John's River,

CONTRACTOR Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, <: : : ': ;; ; : :. ; ":: ..::': :; : arrives.....................................10:25 A. M. f
; : : :y: ; ; ,
Northern mail arrives..... ........... 9:00 p. M.
., ; : : I
Alachua r" .
Street, between Second and Third, FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. or Jacksonville, St. John's Riverand ,

";it '/r;. : the North closes_.........;........... 6:00 A. M. T
FER A DIKA. FLA. Offers pleasant rooms, well furnished, withor .i>f/:'" :, ... ".. Jacksonville and St. John's River '

without board. Table Boarders will be <,' ;. ;J" only, closes.............................. 4:00 p. M. l

Orders and estimates from.a distance carefully accommodated; also transient. > ,,.''' ., ..- , .,, ..I .. ,. ;-!.'i i'- I SAML. T.'RIDDELL. P. M. .
attended to. 25-tf '.f <: ;;::f"": '"'" -
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j THE ,FLOK1DAMIRROR: : APRIL '18, :1885. '--

-.-- -r

Sheriffs' ,Sale." WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. New Advertisements
out of the Circuit Court of/the .
Fourth Circuit of Florida for Nassau County,
September 5th,' 1867. in favor of Adam C. A u0 1885
Dunham against Andrew M. Jones, I have ,,
levied upon'as the property'of said defend- r--jMiag cssy,5 z ''3"--4='-
ant, and will sell at public auction on the Rose Leaf. ,Fine Cut 4 y
first Monday of April,'1885. in front of the
,. ,_" ._,_-. _.. .-_, Navy Clippings
_.I court-house door' in Fernandina, in said" <. 0 ---- --' &W

t county, to satisfy said execution,the follow- .. ,, '
,. '. > and
.AI : r"
t ing' property; to-wit: One undivided third : ,... ; Snuffs'P
part of the tract of laud, containing about '
i '
_I live hundred acres, more or less, known as FLORIDA f:.| MIRRORe TH pEST ';; !
: the Suarrez tract, situated on Amelia Island,
in said county, at a place called Black
i Point, it being the land originally granted (
by the Spanish Government and confirmed I i 'foriKtP:
to the heirs of Antonio Suarrez and after- .. si S t ( z z \[ I
wards owned by Robert Harrison deceased; : EM IiUG! .
i also, one undivided third part of the one TRY I
hundred and fifty acres of land adjoiningsaid
Suarrez tract, which were purchased by
said Robert Harrison, deceased, from JohnC. ? = Fr = I WILL PAY $2.50 PER DAYTo

Pelot, being a part 'of the James Pelot all who work for me at home. To many I can
grant, the said undivided third! part in each affOrd to pay more.
r i of said two tracts of land having been conveyed a 3>STEADY EMPLOYMENT. Light Pleasant Work.
i by Robert Harrison, Jr., an heir at BooK HINDER ,. SEND POSTAL CARD TO W.W. RIDOUT LOUISVILLE, Ky.

_, I law'of Robert Harrison, deceased, to said 1;.....;:._.'.:. """'.. -'-.._'__ .
i defendant; also, a parcel of land on said .- __ ="30 .. INTENDING ADVERTISERS should addrewCEO. ,
Amelia Island, conveyed December 21st, -:::--- ..
j --c-- .
18G5, by Ephraim Harrison to said A. M. vP s.eso.N': :" :: lliirA. P. ROWELL & CO.,
Jones, the deed being recorded in Book G, sour" u 10 Spruce Street, New York City,
,. pages 503 and 504, of the records of said
V i county, which land is there described as a FOR SELECT LIST OF 1,000 NEWSPAPERS.
f tract')f land known as the Ephraim Harrison 0 B. NOYES
t'. : : share of the Samuel Harrison tract oft ( .\: ., ,
; land, bounded on the north by .Anna M.Clark's .
:; P... i I land, on the east by the Atlantic DEALER IN
ik Ocean, on the south by Robert Harrison's
1.19J ; land and on the west by Half Moon Creek, ESTABLISHED A BOOK FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES,
1E : containing one hundred and fifty acres, ex'i HAVING
f cept the family cemetery of one acre. in connection with our
Hay and Grain Ship Stores
t, Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE
t .j. t Sheriff. Nassau County, Fla. THE FLORIDA
: { 4 Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1S85-td AND MANUFACTURE FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,
$, 1 i *The'above 'sale is continued to the IMPROVEMENT
: first Monday in May, 1885. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE rpOWN : j
'; { J. A. ELLRMANN,
1: Sheriff Nassau County. Fcriiandiiia,

!m .. Fernandina Fla., April, 1885. Prices Low as the Lowest.
j I '' NOTICE.TO I AZLe.KINDS: : ", ., Towns on R. R. Line.
t : :
-...'. .',' :" -.." .... N.'E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fernandina. Fla. 0 .. .
Lt ; ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: '' it Arid cedar Key
l i.l i: Notice is hereby given that I have been .... --
1,,,:J. appointed Administrator of all and singular -OF- -
1 the goods, chattels, rights and credits of
:It ; William S. Rawson, deceased; and all cred-
itors of said estate, legatees and persons entitled Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
g; '. to distribution are notified to present
:t their claims and demands, duly attested, SPRING: : : OPENING: : number of the most eligible and desirable
y within two years from this date, and that .BLANK BOOKsrt.
t : the same will be barred unless exhibited -AT- Lots,suitable for Business Purposes,or for
f$"I 1 i within said period aforesaid. -

ifs. :a FRED Administrator W. HOYT, W. J. LOHMAN'SI : City or Suburban Residences,

:?i J a Estate of William S. Rawson, dec'd. -FORRAIIaROAIDS- UPON EASY LTERMS.
,$ 1 Fernandina, Fla., February 7,1884. 6w

.t!' :( i j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ,. ,.. HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY NEW AND SPACIOUS STORE, Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

t? FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU COBN'Ea: OF' Scc'ra: .A.NC: .A.Sa: STREETS, parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
. ,
J rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

ill ii1'i r:;$ DEXTER vs.HUNTER, TSJ DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
,t" .: Doing business under the $1,663.00. residence, or in which to conduct their

;'h name and style of John
;l f: #i Boynton's Son.SAID :MERCHANTS: CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, business. .'

Son, will hereby take notice of the commencement THE
: .; of the above entitled suit by BANKS ETC. ,by exemption for a term of years from
: I ; Attachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIESFOR
!,'I4 ;; Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of taxation, offered by the several cities and

!%1 1 Nassau Florida; and is notified to appear THE SPRPNG AND SUMMER TRADE.
: .q plead or demur to the declaration filed towns. Apply toCHAS.

,m ;H therein, on or before the first Monday in Sfr MY PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VALUED W. Fernandina.LEWIS
: f.t! March next, or judgment by default will be
; ;! taken herein on' behalf of Dexter Hunter, COMMAND WILL HAVE MY PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION.W. ,Office, cor.Beach &7th sts.

; ,1: the plaintiff above named. J. LOHMAN, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.
':.1ir: R. W. DAVIS,

' i41 H. J. BAKER, ",, H, ._ -. a,," ,
:l""t- Attorneys for Plaintiff. ,.
l Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 281884. l-3m -34 .

Oi In the Circuit Court, ,



: ;Jf' HUNTING doing business

et- vs. Amount Attachment.$1,700. : ,S, SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES '
, doing I Bond, $3,400. TI'\1 RU4jj
?t1: ; business under the name
lli" and style of JOHN BoY .
i: of suit in the above BOUND in ALL STYLESAND WITH THEM.No. .
.. 1ffi entitled cause by attachment issued out of
'E the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, 11111 ONE
!:+ft. in and for the County of Nassau, and are
F notified to appear in said cause on or before ,.
.I" 1: the first Monday in April next,or judgment ATREASONABLE- 8 Flat Top. w
" Desks of
Why use ordinary
ai : by default will be entered therein upon failure n
,f! on the part of said defendant to plead, construction' when, for slight Se'
t answer or demur to the declarations filed additional cost you can have
,! : fJ' in said cause on or before the first Monday PRICES. the benefit of our improve
, ( iit May, 1885. H. J. BAKER, ,
ments? Awkward closets and ac ir1r
h Attorney for Plaintiffs.
l: r r:4 1 JOHN i A. EDWARDS, side drawers done away with
rr 'i1f.i Clerk of the Circuit Court, >t Welsnbstitnte: ,revolving cases

',.:, -a In and for the County of Nassau,Fla. ia, which swing with a slight
t4. Fernandina, Fla.. Dec. 1884-3010.. : '
Ift gig '
touch of the hand, and are r
. :
'tx In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial ,',> .. : .': thus enabled to furnish double
t "Circuit Nassau County, I.. : the space generally given on

,'v.{, 4 Florida, In Chancery. each side; and when cases are
open, the whole interior is
vs. [DIVORCE. .
= --- -
DAVID HUNTER SUTTON.JON OS- SEND IN YOUR WORK.-s -- --- flooded with light and all

MOTION OF THE COMPLAINANT'by No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached with 5i11'p1eStr01q'

her counsel, John T. .& George W. out change of position. A variety of rotarycases are|offered for selection, and applied to }
; Walker, (it being made to appear'to my sat- the Desk as wanted. We apply thisprinciple: toa great variety of desks.THEI.VVOOTON.
R jg
isfaction that the Judge of the Fourth Circuit
of Florida is disabled, by illness to at- 1J -
tend to the duties of his office),and, on read- 5
ing and considering the Bill and the L ..Sof-
affidavit thereto attached it is ordered thata ...
hearing be had on the facts charged in the
Cabinet Office
said Bill on the first Monday in May, 1885, Secretary.The -- %%

at Chambers.THOMAS
F. KING, Judge. '
January ,
a most spacious and elegant desk ever presented

NEW,CHEAP AKD GOOD. i!Ti .r It J to the business public. One hundred and
r ten compartments, as'shown in cut, all underone E
NCINES BOILER S. lock and for Merchants PI' NEVER
key. 'Especially|adapted EVERT.
d' IN
NEW AND SECOND N .. J Q@ Manufacturers, Bankeis, Railroad Officials OUTor
,' and Professional Men generally. CJ1A$ NO EQU '

CombUed Orange Box end Shliffto Machine t I r G
Eagle Gins, Saw Mills, Planers Retaw" & JI

ALk for Ontaloffne .!and Prices before boring.RAKDLE&DUBANMAGH'YGO Address Wootou Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS : 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.

65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a I Ll.. MASS.

{ (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) FERNANDINA, FLA. nICIIIOND ,IND., U. S. A. FOR SALE BY


.., I c. .,.


.. '
THE FLORIDA; MIRROR :_APRIL 18%,. 1885.or. .':' -.f


RAILROADS. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
s& T- :gyooARE : Waycross. and Pullman Palace Sleeping .
CARD % CENTRAL: &WESTERN' DIVISION. Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.

TIME OF THE (JACKSONVILLE .TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Connections at Atlanta with Western and.
NOW RECEIVING, WEEKLY, LARGE SHIPMENTS OF WESTWARD. Atlantic and East! Tennessee,Virginia and
FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COMPASY. 'No.1.' No.3. Geo Railroads: for all points West and

\\\ In Effect January- 25th, 1885. Leave I Jacksonville. ....Day..- .30a Pass.m Night 3.55 Pass.p m Northwest.EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.

/I NEW e SPRING e GOODS II PENINSULAR Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 8:50 p m
tJ/ TRANSIT & DIVISION. Leave Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43pm Arrive at Jacksonville daily. at....; 7:00 a m
(FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY.) Lake City......... 9.47 a ra 6.40 p m Arrive at Callahan daily at:.....-... 0:41 p m
(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Live Oak............10.31 a m '7.43 p m Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10 a m
-AT- GOING SOUTH. Madison ............11.57a m 9.15 pm Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.55 p m
Day Pas. Nt Pas. .Monticello........12.40 p m Leave Live Oak dailyat .............. 8.50 p m
REGULAR PRICES. Arrive Tallahassee......
LESS THAN A.M. P.M. 2.27pm Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:05 pm

Leave Fernandina..............10.25 5.30 Leave Tallahassee.......-2.32pm 12.00 n't Arrive at Thomasville"daily at...... 6:45 a m
A LARGE LINE OF- Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.10 Quincy............. 3.34 p m 1.22 am Arrive at Albany daily at-...........10:30 a m
Arrive Callahan...:................11.42 7.15 Arrive Chatta: River... 4.50 p m .Arrive at :Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m
Leave Callahan..................:..11.52 7.40 Arrive at'Jesup daily at................ 3:25 a m-
WHITE GOODS Leave Dutton..... .....;... ... ..:.12.22 8.20'P. EASTWARD.No.. 2. No. 4. Arrive at Brunswick daily at......- 6:05 a m
M. Day Pass.,Night Pass. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m
Arrive at Charleston daily .........
CONSISTING OF- Leave Brandy Branch12.38 8.38 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 am at 12:45 p m

Lawns Arrive Baldwin....................12.55 9.05 Quincy............12.20pm 2.07.am Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Leave Baldwin;...................... 1.00 10.00 Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27pm 3.36 pin ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
de Deccas etc. Leave Maxville..................... 1.30 10.30 Leave Tallahassee ........ 1.34 p m 3.48 p m Connections Montgomery with Louisville -
Linon Leave Highland..................:.. 1.48 10.51. Morjticello2.30pm and Nashville Railroad for New i

Leave Law tey-.....................- 2.02 11.12 Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm Orleans and Texas points and the West and
Leave Temp e's..I................., 2.18 11.35 '* ,Live Oak............ 5.39pm 8.33am 'Northwest. At Savannah with Central
m GOODS : SUMMER SILKS !\ \\1 Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.45A. Lake City...:..... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Railroad of Georgia for all points West! and
JjJIDRESS .M. Arrive.Baldwin............. 8.01 pm' '11.26 am Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway -
= ............... for all points North, with steamshipsfor
Leave Thn ton- ., '2.54 12.05 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31 a m
Arrive Waldo.....................7:. 3.14 12.35 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50 p m 12.16 pm New York. Philadelphia, Boston and
GINGHAMS SEERSUCKERS ETC. Leave Waldo........................ 3.25 1.15 Trains 1 and 2 daily Trains and 4 will Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
NUN'S VEILING, ....... ; New York. Philadelphia Baltimore,
Leave Gainesville...... .... 4.05 2.20 not run west of Tallahassee but
Leave Arredondo................... 4.23 2.45 will run Sundays, Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
and White; SPECIAL Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.34 2.58 Mondays.ST. and Steamship connections and Baggage
Laces Embroideries Hamburg Edgings---BARGAINS in these Goods. Leave Archer....................... 451 3.27 MARK'S BRANCH. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
Bronson...................... and sections secured at Company's office inAstor's
Leave 5.21 4.15 Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00 a n.
FINE LINE OF NEW FOR \ AND Leave Otter Creek................. 6.00 5.05 i Arrive Wakulla............................. 9.05 am Building, 84 Bay street and at Depot -
A CLOTHING ELEGANT Leave Rosewood ........ ........... 6 33 5.55 Ticket Office and on board Ieople'sLine
ANDJ BOYS CUT St. Mark's.......................... 9.30am
SPRING SUMMER ; GEN Arrive Cedar Key......... ......... 7.03 6.35GOING Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a. m Steamers II. B. PLANT, CHATTAIIOOCHEE i
AND FINISH FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. HEADQUARTERS FOR NOKTH. Arrive Waknlla.............................10.25 a m and JENNIE LANE.
TLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS FOR BROWNING, KING Day Pas M Pas. Arrive Tallahassee.......................11.30 a m General JAS.Passenger L. TAYLOR.Agent.A. .

; AND GLOVES, Leave Cedar Key.................. 7.30 7.30
DOMESTIC GOODS I I Linen Sheetings, Towels and }I HOSIERY UMERSHIRTb.: DLAWERS, Leave Rosewood.................. 8.02 8.10 CONNECTIONS.At .
Wholesale Prices. f : Florida Southern
DOMESTIC GOODS TowoliiiRs, at A stock of Ladies Leave Otter Creek................. 8.30 8.55 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Railway Co.
ut low prices. &3T FANCY MATTINGS at Special Bargains. Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.12 9.55 all points North and East; with the Fernan-
Gents' and Misses' BOOTS AND SHOES at less than regular prices.p& Leave Archer........................ 9.43 10.30 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- ORANGE BELT ROUTE.
Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars andover Leave Palmer ........................ 9.58 10.49 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on -
sent FREIGHT PREPAID. Leave Arredondo...................10.12 11.06 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. GOING SOUTH.
Leave Gainesville.................10.36 11.36A. At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- Mail. Gainesv'le
ac 3 T. I "]DID:: M. insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- Leave Jacksonville, Express. ,
Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.18 12.30 nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. via J.T.&K.W. R'y.12.48 pm.........
j Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., Leave Waldo...........................11.32 2.00 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00 a m :
FLA. Leave'Thurston....................11.55 2.30P. &Western Railroad.At Leave J. T & K W J'n2.50 pIn.........
> NEW YORK OFFICE-S3 Walker St. \ FERNANDINA, M. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Arrive" Interlachen_.... 3.36 p m 7.25 a m

Leave Starke.........................12.30 2.50 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- Wait's Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m
Leave Temple's ....................12.35 2.58 urdays.At Gruelle ........... 4.40 p m 9.20 a m
RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.MALLORY'S .. Leave Lawtey._....................12.53 3.22 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Gainesville...... 5.35 p m 11.05 a m
...... .....
---- Leave Highland..................... 1.11 3.45 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Micanopy. 4.30 p m
Leave Maxville...................... 1.29 4.15 sacola, Mobile Montgomery, New Orleans, Lochbie ......... 5.15 p m 10.12 a m
STEAMSHIP LINE Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.50 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, Reddick. 5.27 p m 10.25 a m
Ocala............. 6.05 i
Leave BaldwIn......... .....,...... 1.56 5.40 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa- p m 11.05 a m
Welshton ......
Leave Brandy Branch........... 2.15 6.00 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. 6.31 p m 11.32 a m
Leave Dutton........................ 2.30 6.15 The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p m 11.57 a m .t
FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. Arrive Callahan................:.... 3.00 6.50 all points West. S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 p m 12.03 p m 1
Conant........... 7.10 12.13 .
Leave Callahan..................... 3.15 7.20 | |For information respecting routes, rates, p m p m
Lake...... 7.13 12.17
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.07 8.16 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Lady p m p m
....... 7.35 12.40
Arrive Fernandina............ .... 4.35 8.50 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Leesbnrg p m p nx

;& Day Passenger daily except Sunday; sonville. GOING NORTH.
k k'I. sYn. =_ r:7__". x 'f--r. 3 T.n Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. n. Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths Leave Leesburg.......... 7.30 a m 1.40 p m l
ss k.ty secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, Arrive. Lady Lake...... 7.52 a m 2.02 p m
DIVISION. and at new office southwest corner of Bay Conant............ 7.55 a ni 2.06 p m +
and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. u S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15 p m ::4
(WALDO TO WILDWOOD SAND TAVARES.) A. O. MAcDONELL, .. N. Lake Weir... 8.10 a m 2.22 p m 11
GOING Gen--1 Ticket and Pass.Agent, Welshton........ 8.34 a in 2.48 p ni
SOUTH.'Day Pas. Nt Pas. Fernandina, Fla.C. '' Ocala............... 9.00 a m 3.17 p m
P.M. A.M. "". MAXWELL, Reddick........... 9.38 a m 3,57 p m
4sw .r n r -Leave Wa11o.y: .:}.;3? 3.20 1.00 Master of Transportation h Lochbie.......... 9.50 a m 4.09pm
; ;x Leave 3.39 1.30 : Baldwin, Fla. Micanopy........ ......... 7.50 p IU
Vie, x.y s. Leave Hawthorne............ ..j- 3.54 1.50 '!'D., E. MAXWELL, Gruelle ..........10.20: a m 4.40 p m ;
y Leave Lochloosa................... 4.12 2.20 General. Superintendent, Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15 p m ,
Leave 4.34 2.0 Fernandina Fla. Wait's Cross g..11.50 a III 5.40 p m. 1

Leave Sparr's.T. 4.48 3.09 Interlachen ....11.30 a m 6.42 p m : .I,
Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 '3.25 Savannah Florida &Western R'y. J,T &K W J'n.12.15 pm......... .r "t;
Leave Silver Spring............... 5.37 3.35 Palatka_........13.30 p m 8.00 p m :
-THE FINE STEAMSHIPS 'Leave Ocala............................ 5.58 4.17 Jacksonville, v. ; !i iJ
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO l.OSO TONS. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.385.07 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All ,T&K W Ry 2.10 pm......... :{
Leave Oxford........................ 6.55 5.27 On Sundays a fast passenger train will be
TEXAfS 1,34 TONH. of this road
STATE OF Leave Wildwood...........h...... 7.12 5.55 trains are run by Central leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m., connecting I
OA-IlOlViDIEI/ET, .. 1,508 TONS. Leave Leesburg...................... 7.50 6.55 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes with train for Leesburg at Gruelle. ;'If.'If.run. : .
than Jacksonville time.
VESTEItN TEAS 1.31O TONS. Arrive Tavares.................;:... 8.20 7.25 slower Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. ni. connect- ;
ing with train from Leesburg at Graelle,
GOING NORTH. and after March 18 1885 !
ON and arriving at at 6.30 m.

ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. Leave Tavares............... ......... A.6.25 M. P.M.5.20 follows Passenger: Trains will leave and arriveas 0. W. BROMWELL p. 'It I I'

Leave Leesbnrg..................... 6.55 6.08 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. General Pass.Agent. :H i',
Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.25 7.10 SHERMAN CONANT, 'it 11'i'
of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m General Manager. G :,
ONE 'Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 I
THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.52 7.49 t IJ.
sonville, Cedar Key: and Peninsular Railroad. Leave Ocala................I...... 8.33' 8.50 i Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m $5 ELECTRIC I
........ LIGH11////
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and, New Leave SilverSpring...........:... 8.53 Arrive at Waycross daily at- 10:00 a m t tON
York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION '.SHIPPERS. OF Leave'Anthony Place...........:.79.25 9.36 Arrive at Thomasville daily at. 1:30 p m I I
Arrive at........ 3:30 %
at Bainbridge daily m
p receipt of $5 we = f
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. Leave Sparr's...... 9.38 9.53
Arrive at Chattahoochee at... 3:50 t
daily m will send Elec- _
p you an ) r
of DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED Leave -Citra.' 9.53 10.16 =-
The traveling public are offered the advantages a .
Arrive at Pensacola at..........10:05
daily m :
ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE; making close Leave Lochloosa10.15 10.46 p ,tric Lamp. Burglar ::::::: ; :: t:
Arrive Mobile at.-............ 2:40 .
connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL- Leave Hawthorne.................10.37 11.15 at daily a m; Alarms $1. Call Bells '% =: :'
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. Leave Dixie.........................;10.55 11.40. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m $1. Electric Gas Lighter .11
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 1:24p: m Telegraph Instruments a ;
: Arrive Charleston at......... 6:50
RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS .OF FLORIDA ; and with the Arrive"Waldo... ..... ............11.20 12.15 at daily p m Medical Batteries ;
Arrive at Washington daily except &c. .
PENINSULAR RAILROAD. for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor ;ir-;Day Passenger daily' except1 Sunday; Sunday, at ........................ 3:40 p m' "In, regard to your new Electric Light 21 I
LAKE WEIR. Night Passenger daily. >*- Arrive at,New York daily, except we think you will be.exceedingly successful ,
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For -- --- .. Sunday, at..............................10:05 p m in securing its universal adoption. ,
freight passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Pullman buffet sleeping cars on this train Yery truly yours :MINER & REDFIELD, I;
Jacksonville to Washington. 737 Broadway, N. Y." '
R. 1V. SOUTHWICK, Agent, (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests ;

FERNANDINA,. FLORIDA.C. GOING. -SOUTH.- cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa of your new Electric Light. I believe you .
H. MALLORY & CO., A.M. P. M. cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- will find no difficulty in bringing it into I;
York. Leave Fernandina...............11.10 5.10 for Brunswick "Northwestern
New Man.
Pier,20 East River: 51-. __ Leave Hart's Road..11.43 5.37P. Mississippi points. Possengers general use. 'Eastern I
-- take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM. I
M. B. & W. R. R. at 1.13 p. m. "We take pleasure in stating that the tests :
GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. :Arrive J Jacksonville:-.;...,.:.12.50 6.35 Pullman, Buffet Sleeping Cars on,.this we made ofyour Electric Light proved per-

GOING "NoRm.: train, 'Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile fectly satisfactory. :You will have a large '
A".M. 'P-'M., and New Orleans. and ready sale. Yours truly, .
H. E. DQTTERER Leave Jacksonville..............:\8.45 :2.30 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville RICHARDS & Co.,
Leave Hart's Road.;.............-....9.433'42 toCincinnati, via Jesup. 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue,N.Y. .
.. -- Arrive Fernandina......:........10.10 12 'Pullman 'Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville The above testimonials. explain ,them-
INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS tXRGE'AND VARIED.ASSORTMENT OF : #&*Trains daily except Sunday., to St. Louis via Waycross. selves. .


I *_ Leave Jacksonville.. ::..;.:...:.:....; 9.10 a. m. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:55 m G. W. FOSTER& CO.,
Arrive Fernandina..................10.33 a. m. p 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.
at...... 1:00
Arrive at : m
i]!!I N E FAMILY GROCERIEsl Leave Fernandina.........;....- ........ 4.00 p.m. Arrive at Callahan daily at;-.....;... 2:35 p p m Notice of Insolvency.
Arrive Jacksonville.._...-........-.... 5.25 p.m. Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 4:20 p m Nassau County
Arrive daily at................ 5:55 m TN COUNTY'COURT, ,
1* at'Jesup ; p JL :Florida Whereas Fred W. Hoyt. ad- ,
CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Savannah daily at........., 8:16 p m :
-, ministrator of the estate of"W., S. ,Rawson,
This train at all local stations be-
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN'THAT OF FERNANDINA, FLA.,' tween Jacksonville stops and.Savannah. deceased, late of.,the county 'aforesaid, having
With New York and Fernandina Steam- filed in the office'of the CoUnty Judgeof
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and FAST_ MAIL.' : said county, a written suggestion! of the '
FANCy'IM'PORTED GROCERIES. for New York .Thursday. Leave,Jacksonville dailv.at..2:30 p m insolvency said'estate, notice is ,hereby
With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive'Jacksonville. daily at..12:00 mArrive given to all persons,having.,claims} or demands -
'.and Brunswick, daily except Sunday._ at Callahan daily! at......;....:3:10 p m of any nature whatever against said ,
ONLY SUCH GOODS. ,KEPT IN STOCK, AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED. AS -. Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m estate,''to file the same duly authenticated.
j' l' AT CALLAHAN. r Arrive! at Jesup daily at!.......'......., 6:38 p m in the office of the County Judge. of said .
and' from Savannah and ;Charleston, Arrive! ,at Savannah,,daily,at.:...... 8:25 p m county, on or before the 13th day_of October -
PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. and all points North and West, daily. Arrive at Charleston daily at.....;.. 1:53 a m A. D. 1885,at which- time' there will bea ,
SAT\ HAWTHORNE; ', \ Arrive at Washington.D:b., daily-11:45 p m pro' rata payment to creditors entitled I
ESPECIAL': ATTENTION GIVEN""TO SELECTIONS 'OF I To and'fr _, ., Palatka. daily except. Sunday.. Arrive at New York daily at......:.. 6:40 a m thereto; and the Administrator dIscharged.: t
... AT WILDWOOD. "Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars, \Vitnessmy.: hand .and .seal .as' County.;, I
1-: +- .u.t.. t- With Stage Line to and ftom.Brooksville. Jacksonville. to .New York without change.; Judge of. saidcounty_ this' ,10th day' of< t
and Tampa daiIy' 'Sunday, Passengers for Brunswick take this. train April, A. D..18651: '

-=1 FINE TEAS AND COFFEES F j i' 'AT CEDAB" KEYFLAMt ;' (via B. & W..Ry..arriving at Brunswick at Hl. J.County BAKER Judge.,
-ptIl- 8:21 p. j
:- With
Morgan's'Line Steamships for'Key'West
EXPRESS.Leave Fernandina, April 11,1885.' ,
and Havana everySaturday ; for NewOrleans
THE BEST GOODS OF:THIS DESCRIPTION-THAT CAN BE'PROCUBED., every Friday;' from Key'West'and' Jacksonville daily !at-.....!.!. :6:56 p m and Mortgage Deeds.
Havana every Friday: from New" Orleans Arrive at Jacksonville daily.'at......,9:00) a m Warranty "
every Saturday. Arrive at Callahan daily at-......:.. 7:55 p m PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN.
NEW GOODS Received .by .Every Steamer. J -WithTampaSteamshipCompany'sSteamers -' Arrive at Waycross.daily at-..:......10:25 p m LINEN sent upon receipt of 2-cent :

; .' .. .. for:and from Key West Monday and Arrive at Jesup.daily at.........!.....12:35 a m stamp. Address '
Thursday: for Tampa.and Manatee; Monday Arrive at'Macon daily at....;....;... '8:20a m FLORIDA :MIRROR- :
Cor. Second and Centre, Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA and Friday Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:30 p m 26 Fernandina, Fla,. .-j


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; THE FLOiUDA MIRROR,: APRIL 18 1585.I : i ,
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On Saturday last, ,Arthur Choate, alias To the Editor of the Florida Mirror.: a meeting of the' Board of County "'"=; -; _' '. ,

ft.OOA YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Lieut. Bryant," a white man. was arrestedin DEAR SIR:- -feel it incumbent on me' to Commissioners held this day, following; j ,' :'i'.y.. ..' ..: _, '': .; fL.t. .'"
correct some 'erroneous reports that .
this city by Marshal Dennefield, upon have circulated very.to, the detriment:ofaady) \ gentlemen were appointed Inspectors of ,t : -' "':' "-- t) 'fi\. J : ,

Reflections.Quarantinewill >' information given that he was a horsethief.Choate'came who is an inmatebf'my house: Several'articles election.;,; j for, Nassau'C. nn'ty..to serve at the, ,- ;. 'I

be established d tbe '1st here the night previous with a belonging guests i in! the, house and general electipn for delegates. to. the Constitutional '
on team oJ"borSes"a'nd,1> '.them:in Avery to myself' have disappeared.'and :1 was 'importuned Convention, to be 'held May 5th,
of May next. to have'a'search made for '
missing '
livery stab'ie. During Saturday: he':tried to articles. On last Wednesday. Schuyler -, 18 ,5, in the several';'Election! .Districts., as t' .
Circuit Court for this county will conveneon sell the animals and ,
partially a issued .ax'warrant and the hotel was designated: .

Tuesday next. colored man having, purchased one (the searched. Nothing was found save a roll of District No. 1-James McGiffin, G. L. Baltz-, Two Millionsof
; All are welcome to the :Masonic festivalon horses,for $40. On the Jacksonville train, embroidery in a. ,hall closet-no articles zell J. W. Howell.
Wednesday night.: were found in :\Irs.A. L. Higgins' trunk, as District No. Warren F. Scott, Stephen
Saturday afternoon, arrived Mr. J. M. Crini, ,
has been staled. leave the
beg through Randall, Adolplius Hunter. acres of
Attention is called to the auction sale ad- of Crescent City, one of the owners of the columns of.your paper to proclaim the report District No. 3-Isidore O'Neil, Wm. Swear- Farming, Orange,

vertisement in another column. team, he having followed the.fugiti"e's. an unmitigated falsehood. ingen. Tony Allen. Timber and Grazing Lands
Admission is free to the Masonic ice tracks pretty closely.. Choate was lodged in MRS. B. E. SEEGAR. District No. 4-\"'.. D. Hardee, Joseph H. situated in counties
t Fernandina Fla., April 17. 1885. 29 and
Acosta, Luke Richo:
cream festival Wednesday night. jail. His intention was, to sell the other ,
District No. 5-W.,W. Farmer, J. N. Carleton comprising the lands bought
Mrs. J. \V. ,Dickinson arrived here from horse and skip into Georgia. When arrestedhe Range of ThermometerFOR Ralph Russell.: Sir
Boston, by way of Washington, on Monday wore a new suit of clothes, which he had THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY APRIL 17, 1885, District No. William M. Vinzant, D. H. by J.Reed, from
purchased from Messrs. & T. Kydd duringthe Higginbotham Henry Fisher. the State of Florida in 1881
last.The TA.M. 12M. SP.M.. 6P.M. WIND. ,District No. 7-W. T. Russell, W. C. Davis, ,
day. Nearly all ,the money received for Saturday.Apr.11. 79 79 77 S. E. Edward are now offered
Colson. at
Democratic Convention for the nomi- graded
Sunday, 12..70 80 79 76 S. E.
the horse sold, with the exception of the ...... District No. 8-George W. Hodges, Henry
'nation of delegates to the Constitutional Monday 13 68' 78 77 76 N. E. prices. These lands
sum paid for the clothes, was found upon Tuesday 14.- .&4 76 74 72 N. E.' Nettles Simon Washington. were se-
Convention will beheld at Callahan to-day. him. He was taken in charge by Mr. Wednesday" 15..68. 79 78 76 S. E. District No. 9-J. H. Sauls, Raymond Cay, lected by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
1C. ..
Thursday, .70 ,79 78 77 S. E. C. Coleman.
Work on the new brick stores in course and Friday, ,J.7..71; 72 80 78 S. E. 'George late
Grim taken to Put-
4 of on Sunday morning .r District No. 10-J.,,,B. Little, A. H. Colson,. ley, Commissioner of the
construction for Angel & Friend is being nam county, where he was put in jail., He 'r J. H. Bradley. State Land Office
pushed the .....! H.,.. tiNE.. : "' and Mr.
r very vigorously by con- acknowledged the theft of the team. -"j tt, District No. 11-N. A. Hicks, Aaron. Fore- '
tractor, Mr. O. S. Oakes. Port of'Fernandina. acre, C. D. Elan. M. A. Williams, late agent for
t ." CHAS. W.: LEWIS]
r The Republican County Convention for The Masonic fraternity, will give an ice ''HIGH WATER. Chairman Board of County Commissioners.. sale of State lands, which fact
Saturday, April 18...!.......10:28 A. M. 10:56 p. M. i
fi the nomination of the Consti- Nassau
; 1 delegates to cream_ and strawberry festival at their new Sunday, 19..11:16.. 11:46" County. is a guaranty of their high I

Conventionill be held here on hall, over Austin's store, on Wednesday Monday, 20............ 0:00" 0:12" Attest: J. A. EDWARDS Clerk.
c Tuesday 21........... 0:45" 1:15 Fernandina, April 1, 1885. quality. The purchase knownas
Wednesday next, the 22nd inst. evening next. All friends of the order are "
Wednesday, 22........... 1:49" 2:19"
2-? 7 t It is stated upon pretty good authoritythat requested to attend. Admission free. Thursday Friday, "" 23.24..3:53........... 2:52 "" 3:23 4:26 "" For Sale. the Reed Purchase was only

,1 Mr. Lee, of the Everett Hotel, Jacksonville '' ENTERED. A very good: Organ whose catalogue priceis opened for sale this year, and

has leased the Strathmore for the The City Council. Steam-packet Thos. Collyer.-, from JBrunswick $165, will be sold at $55. the lands have not been culledor
summer! The first regular meeting of the new daily with freight and passengers, to Also, a $60 SevingIachine at $tO.
F. Simmons, agent. MRS. MARY GODFREY. picked over. No has
G board of aldermen was held at the council part
v The steamship San Antonio, of the Mallory Apr. 13-Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from
chamber on Wednesday evening the following New York; freight and passengers to been reserved in any manner
Line, sailed for New York Thursday eve R. W. Southwick, agent. ,
answering to the roll-call: G. F. TO ADVERTISERS. and the whole is
ning, carrying the following cargo: 1178 12-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from open for sale.
l Avery, President, and aldermen Austin, Palatka; freight and passengers, to A list of 964 newspapers DIVIDED INTO
bales cotton, 1G8 bbls rosin, 57 bbls spirits, I W. O. Jeffreys, agent. STATES AND SECTIONS will be sent on application Special prices on large tracts.
' ti Stark. McGiffin, Robinson, Dorsey, Walker 12-Steamship City of Monticello. McKee, .
192 cases cedar, 204 packages fruit and I -
vegetables Timber
W' and McDonald. from Charleston: freight and passen- those who want their advertising to pay, we lands, virgin forests in
W % 15 bdls hides 100.sacks sawdust, 55 gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent can offer no better medium for thorough and
t bbls cotton seed: oil, 73? pkgs mdse, 2 refrigerators The,bills of the Inspectors of Election and Apr. Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, effective work than the various sections of our' bodies of 50,000 acres and up.
from Palatka; freight and passengers, Select Local List.,
special police on election day were ordered
of strawberries. to W. O. JJeffreys agent. ; GEO. P. HOWELL *fc CO., wards. Lands sold for cash,
i paid.. 15-Steamship City of Palatka Vogel, from Newspaper Advertising Bureau.
+ r. Amelia Lodge Masons, which is never The bill of Emil O. Friend for balance due Charleston; to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. 10 Spruce street, New York. or on long 'time.

backward in acts of charity, and which has him on salary as city clerk, was referred to 10-Steam-packet Savannah; Mary freight Morgan.Somers.from and passengers, to The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.

suffered repeatedly by fire, hopes to realizea finance committee.The F. W. Simmons, agent.
12-Steam-packet Mary Morgan.Somers.from ,
considerable ,
at the festival Wednesday
sum -
President announced the following Savannah; freight and passengers, to
1tl to place itself in'a good financial condition F. W. Simmons, agent.
rt standing committees: MERCHANT
14-Steam-packet Mary Morgi "u,Somersfrom pOMMISSION ,
,: again.Excursion: On Finances, Laws and Ordinances, Rules Savannah; freight.ad passengers, to
F. W. Simmons, agent. -ASD- .
and Taxes and LicensesMessrs.Stark '
' to St. Mary's and Dun- CLEARED. Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
McGiffin and Robinson.On ,
geness. Steam-packet Thos.Collyer, -,for Brunswick '
Streets and,Drains, Public Improvements, daily, with freight and passengers, :.5 c' .," '' .""
The steamer Thos. Collycr will make an by F. W. Simmons, agent BY THE CARGO, >,1" I !- .
# V r ,iI
S. '+ excursion to St. Mary's and Dungeness on Lamps and Lighting Streets, Scavenger and Apr. 13-Steamship City of San Antonio. Wilder, t ',' '
Jrl Work Public Mc for New York; freight and passengers, ,
, w r Tuesday, April 21st, under the auspices of Property-Messrs. by R. W. Southwick agent. For Domestic or Export Trade, '

the Ladies' Society of the PresbyterianChurch. Giffin Dorsey'and Stark. 12-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
On Fire and Police-Messrs.- for Palatka; by W. 0. Jeffreys agent.
V'; ; The steamer will leave Fernan- 12-Steamship City of Palatka Vogel, for FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
Austin, Wilkinson and :McDonald.On Charleston; by W.O. J.ffreys' agent.
will leave
' dina at 10:30, a. m. Returning, of MonticellocKee'for
Apr. 17-Steamship City ;
Wharves and and Poor-
t St. at 4:30 Slips, Cemetery Charleston freigl", and passengers,
Jeffre .
Messrs. Robinson, Stark and Walker. by W. O.
Fare for round trip 50 cents. Children Steamship City of'Paatka, 'Vogel. for
1 half price The matter of fixing appropriations and Palatka; by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
3Nf the salaries of,the different officers was re- 12-Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Somers, for
+r: Savannah; freight and passengers, byF.
t Death of Jonathan T. Turner. ferred. to Finance Committee.. W. Simmons, agent. [ !>

> From the Sing Sing Register we learn of The matter of an increase of the police Apr. 14-Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Somers, for

v f the death of Jonathan T. Turner, which force, suggested by Mayor Pope, was referred F.Savannah W. Simmons; freight, and passengers,by

occurred in that village on Saturday, the to Police Committee. 16-Steam-packet Mary TMorgan, Somers, for GEORGE MELLON, Proprietor
Savannah freight and by
; passengers
k 4th Inst. Mr. Turner was a native of New Upon motion of Alderman McGiffin, it F. W. Simmons agent. _,

; ;, London, Conn. In 18G2 he came to Fer- wall decided that notice be served on ownersof .. 13-Schooner York; lumber Isabella, by Albert Hilliard Bishop&Bailey., New -_

tM i nandina to superintend the rebuilding of property to have their sidewalks put in -

k J ;ii r Fort Clinch. He remained here until 1873, proper repair under directions of Street Not tce.

+?.'+y, 3 Ix when he settled in Sing Sing, engaging in Committee. Quarantine will be established on the 1st 4it. "-

1 .gyp ,the manufacture of gin saws, in connection Council then adjourned until Thursday of May next, and continue till further or- .. -:: = = -

)"; with his two sons. Mr. Turner was pleas- evening, April 23d. ders. The lower quarantine grounds will ,:
? ant and agreeable in his manners, and be at or near the buoy in Cumberland == 1
Sound, and the upper quarantine grounds .
v y h while here gained the confidence and esteem Ice cream and strawberry festival at the between the ballast dock and Huot's mills. !1!
;t.. of his fellow-citizens. He was in new Masonic Hall, over Austin's store on By order of Board of Health, I11iiiii

',', }4"t the seventy-sixth year of his age.: the corner of Second and Broorne streets, J. D. PALMER, M. D., President.
,1, lk THEO. STARBUCK, M. D.,
Wednesday evening next. Admission free. Officer.
? t4 1 Gardening In Florida. '
IIIIIlil111 nN1111411 hfNlnm IXIMNI'NIMH4' %4Th VII .wx
A treatise on the tropical productions of Mrs. Grundy Says Wanted.A .

? fM!) y Florida, by J. Whitner, A. M., Professor That every dog has his daze, when he un- situation as nurse or lady's companionto s. II 11 MMIr

of Practical and Theoretical Agriculture of expectedly encounters a big cat in a narrow party going North ; references given. III

( the Florida Agricultural College, Lake alley. Address,I Fernandina L.Postoffice.L. 0.,

City. This is a new and enlarged n.5tion, of
That they are dancing an old VirginiaRiel

pubfished in Winnepeg to Indian accompaniment. J. & T. Kydd

Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg
:V'r t I cloth, gilt illuminated cover; price, $1.50, Edgings and Insertings, bought 25 per cent.

r delivered free to any part of the State. Mr. That flounders are not considered queer below manufacturers' prices, which they
fish in the skating rink. offer at astonishingly low prices. Call. and
J. H. Prescott's shoe -
),K 11 J. E. Wandell, at see them. *
store is canvassing agent for this work, and That whether the coming man will workor

h ja we bespeak for him a liberal patronage. not depends on the kind of father-in-law Hollandlsh Herring.Just FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

f't, Address all orders to J. Wandell, agent, he draws in the matr.imoniallottery. arrived, at JACOB'KLARER'S
t, Cor. Sixth and Ash sts.
f 1 Fernandina, Fla. That whom the gods would destroy they
+ 1 II I first make drunk. / Special BargainsIn
A Narrow,Escape.
dis- That two heads are better than one-if it Towels, Doylies and Turkey ,Red 'Dam : --
i :Monday evening it was accidentally : ask, at J. & T. KYDD'S.Private .
covered that two pirates had by their suave is good lettuce.

manner and fair promises, prevailed on five That it is not always the best author who Board,

t young ladies in town to ,venture. short writes the most burning sketches. At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.

i tv; sail in their craft, and while beguiling them That men's heads are something like near Egmont Hotel., :
Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor
r with, piratical and nautical ,tales former omnibuses-the empty ones make the,most without board. Transient boarders will

depredations, they allowed themselves to noise. be accommodated. ,; ., '
till :MRS. T. P. G. THOMPSON. .
float out toward the ocean opposite
That as the days grow longer the office-
'" Fernandina Fla. January, 10, 1885.
; made landing.
Tiger Island, when they a seeker's breath gets stronger. We have, opened, in the Marson 'Building, Centre Street,
i Then it all at once occurred to the young

ladies that.they were captives of"these two That Materna gets a trifle of $12,000 a Novelties ,below:Second, a .full line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consistingin
month for her singing; In Fancy Goods and Parasols.
bold buccaneers, and the, trip was a part of That a' woman with her voice Materna AT PAUL FUNKE'S. part of Walnut Chamber Suits, Ash. Chamber Suits, Mahoganyand
well laid scheme to form a colony on the

island a aforesaid The: plan was well laid : great many honest pennies without much Spring and Summer Clothing Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at

carried out, and their victims trouble. ______________ At New York cost.
and nearly : low the be for anywhere-
AT PAUL FUKKE 's. prices as as same goods can bought
were in the last stages of collapse from fear Harried: '

f: and cold when a rescuing party, who were DUION-PBBY.-On: Thursday afternoon, Bleached Cotton.'J' finished light and, dark,; Children's Bedsteads; Chairs in great

'out'in search. bore down' and hailed them. April 16th, at St..Peter's Episcopal Church & T.'KYDD are now- selling a yard-wide variety; Rockers of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast and
the Rev. Chas. D. Barbour late of ChristChurch
side the two buccaneerswere by Bleached Cotton, fine and soft finish, at the
Running along Plymouth Mass., FRANK F.DAMON, low price of cents I a 'yard. All standard Centre Washstands Wardrobes Springs-Slat and Wire;
and ; ; ;
disarmed and the weeping of Tallahassee, and Miss ALICE Pair brands as low as can be bought anywhere.

four forlorn maidens and their chaperonewas daughter of Mrs. E. "N. Perry, formerly of .Mattresses of various qualities,cheaper than ever. before sold
Ohio and sister of Mrs. J. W. Bushnell of
and in their ,
turned_ into tears,of joy, their this city:' Silks, &lUna'aM' Laces. _Pillows and Bolsters ;; and a full line of goods generally found
unbounded delight they oJmorf hugged AT PAUL FUKKK'S.Valuable .
The happy couple left on the;evening
A.Brooks and E.A. young in Furniture Store. We invite inspection of our
deliverers,Dr.Snyder train.to spend their honeymoon in the a ,regular an
Marsh, (which will account for the,desire" to "Floral City." Orange Lands for Sale ,stOck '

show their gratitude: in this manner). The Tracts containing twenty acres each of '

:pirates were set at work in the galleys and New Spring Clothing.A choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake We also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.The .
and truck farm-
suitable for growing
F .made to pull back to town, where the young fine line of New Spring Clothing, fashionable ing,are now orange offered for sale. These landsare latest shapes in the;beautiful Lustre-Band Ware and Porce-

ladies .were restored to welcoming arms;. cut and well made, at low prices., very conveniently situated for transportation

thankful, to escape a weary existence' ..on'xiger'Island Fine. Clothing a specialty at by water or rail, and will be sold on lain Goods. Sold in any.-quantity to'suit purchaser.
J.&T..KYDD.S. .. ', '
terms to suit Titlesarennques- "
purchasers. c. t 'l ;:, -
I tionable.. Also valuable timber lands in :" :O'. 1i.h" t ', "..tED: i"W. SIOYT & COr.'Ii''l''n'I' -

festival Wednesday night 'l.eti.i8 Furnishing Goods large bodies. G. R.FAIBBAKM, ,,
The ; ..'I''I. \.};.. -.. ... 0-, .. '., ,. ,.
promises to be a success in every'particular i In all,styles AT PAUL FVNKE'S February 16, 1882, Fernandina, Fla. 4. .. } f.


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