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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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VII. FERNANDINA. FLA.: SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1885. XO. 2 2. I

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oUIt FINANCE COMMITTEE THE "NAVIGATION" PART OF IT. umph! the noble Made came" poling up the Ax English ''locksmith has con- teNever Say Fall." i;

As a Mirror reporter came out of Stei-the mudflats to her moorings' at the Mallory

WHAT 19 THOUGHT ''OF ITS REPORT IN JACK- Postoffice-the day before yesterday, wiping dock ; her cargo a lonesome crab, safe in structed a key which he claims is The following selection has been sent us

SONVILLE. perspiration from his chin with the back the water in her capacious hold; with the capable ..of'opening 22,000 patent;: by Mr. George Mellon, proprietor of t the

From the Times-Union April 19th.] of his hand, he encountered a young man heart-rending despondency ensuing upon lever locks, all of which differ in Egmont Hotel : ..

A week ago to-day we suggested to the prominent in transportation circles in sucha the misfortune of having their crackers and their wards or combinations. As Keep pushing-it's wiser

new city government that one of their first, manner as to rather,compel a brief inter- cheese knocked out of the.old salt's horny And Than sitting aside '. '
described the three dreaming and sighing :
key weighs
duties ought to be a closer investigation of change of the courtesies of the day. After hands. while involuntarily 'coming about' And waiting the tide; t

the city's finances and the publication of an the first impulsive and original exclamationsof in a squall, at mid-sea, two hundred yards ounces, is nickel plated, and is said In Life's earnest battle rt

intelligent! account current of the receipts, .' Hello !" and How d'ei"! the reporter west of the dock. In a word, only the devoted to ,be the result of three years' laboron They only prevail I

expenditures, assets and liabilities of the with true professional instinct, buttonholedthe heroism of that noble complement of the part of the inventor in making Who daily march onward '* A ,1

corporation.The railroader: gallant. seamen could have so long, againstthe And.never say fail! ,"- X* .
of the
drawings different wards I
attention of an excellent businessman Fine day fates kept the frigate afloat. With an eye ever open- i, -;.

was called to that article and< he sat and combinations. A tongue that's not dumb. ;
"Uh-hu, (a little absently) You have already graphically! ,describedin "F
and addressed note to the editor of And a tongue that will never *
down a By.the way, got any long green on you? the .Jlirrll'. er last crui,;\but'one. How, -- -- -- To sorroW'succumb-

this paper, in which he compares, unfavorably How's biz on the F. R. & K.?" (Pickingthe in a howlif 'palm, the dauntless bo's'n undertook PRESIDENT CLEVELAND is reportedas You'battle, and conquer. ..:' '!*.

to our city the statement publishedjust tin tag out of his teeth.) to *,rcuni navigate",.the I trestle between saying that he wishes it understood Though thousands assail ; "
issued '
that
with
previous to the election Brisk-(brief. pause-as) usual.." Centre street, and .tile Mallory dock, How strong and how mighty, t.i'

! by the Finance Committee of our sis 41 How 'bout that Western feller from where he faithfully intended to land his once for all, that in selecting Who never say fail! I '

terci y of Fernandina, and adds : Chicago, or Oshkosh, or .som'rs 'r other, lovely passenger list of five; how, instead, his. Cabinet every member has enlisted -. The spirit of angels <: j;

"If cities would elect men who have who's said to be comin' down hers with he circumnavigated the tropic isle oppositethe for the full term, and that Is active, I know ..

ability, and would exercise it, to fill theoffices billion dollars in his breeches? As higher and higher : A, :
nineteen
offices of the debouching
: general company, there.has not been a single appointment 1':1
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much of the confusion in municipal In glory we go. ?
knowfinishup
I Goin' to generally you full 1
pay grandly, in sail, under the "
government could be avoided. As a rule lines and show chaps for expediency, or with a view Methinks on bright pinions '
all projected you
of enthusiastic
admiring gaze our populace From heaven they sail, .: I
are elected, and as theyare of for
incompetent men how to run a railroad. from the chute between the oyster bank and temporizing political purposes.It To cheer and encourage i"t,.

not accountable to any one, things go After a somewhat lengthy silence the rail- the mud bank, effecting .brilliant, landing is his earnest hope that those now Who never say fail! .' .

pretty loosely.ftliut roader surprised scribe by sort o' coming 'neath the shimmer of the stars upon the with him will share the burden of Ahead then keep pushing.. ;,
the men who compose our city gov- around the blind side of him, so to speak ,
on
classic alluvium of Island whence
Tiger And elbow ,
your way
the
all trust until the end of his admin- z
ernment are not incompetent. They are ,
in this way: they were promptly.rescued by some chivalrous Unheeding the envious ,. II
or nearly all, business men who would not You fellers think know all istration. And that .
"Say! you salts vh had:been laying for that very asses brayl ;'.

tolerate such a financial statement as the about this Florida Railway and Navigation job. / --.------, ------- All obstacles vanish, ,,:!i

one given us by the last Finance Committee business, don't you ? But you don't. You But her 1/lost recent cruise has not yet THE white brick now made in All enemies quail, "-:-
affairs. We have be- J In! the might of their wisdomJ:
their .
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in own personal
refers to the
believe the Navigation pert: from '.
j'
been reflected the polished surface of '
France from the accuniulatio'ns of Who never say fail! t z
fore us.the statement alluded to by our cor- steamers Palatka Monticello, Morgan, St. your beautifdl'' Mirror." v:**A1asfpoor.Yorick i

respondent. It begins by giving first the jYidfc Florida, Chesapeake, and-so on.l'elI, Upon the morning of.tliafcrestftri f. i" !Sabbaththe waste sand at glass factories is In life's rosy morning, 9t

,
liabilities' of the corporation ; then come the that '11 do, so far as it goes ; but those ever memorable 19th'df* 'April-the devoted likely to prove a valuable industry.The Let In this manhood's be the motto firm pride, ,

assets; then past due bonds, amount in the the Made is like with "
boats without an
egg bo's'n observed his Beloved vessel the process of production consists Your footsteps to guide; wIn
collectable taxes, etc. then the .
treasury, ; out salt. pride of his 7 by 9 heartj.fteaving upon the in subjecting the sand to all immense storm and in sunshine,
and disbursements in detail and '' *"
receipts "Maid! What :Maid? mighty billows ,that raged and roared to Whatever assail, .

the condition of the appropriations and the Made of the Missed. the gentle whfsjftjring!: of' the sedges that hydraulic pressure and then baking "We'll onward and conquer, k

report closes: with the list of uncollectable Mists" I in furnaces And never say fail." > .
Maid of the conceal the mud holes between the riverbank at a high temperature,

taxes. Yes ; but look how you spell it." and cur shops: Wherefore is she so as to produce blocks of various Egmont Hotel Arrivals.J .
This statement gives the Fernandina taxpayers "
Wachergivinus? thither? Whyfore she hence? How C New York M Clark I
forms and dimensions of a uniform Johnson ; Hart '
clear idea of how their city stands.It ,
a "Say, now, look 'e here. If you've got shall I get whither( ? were the questionsthat ford ; :Miss A L Whiten, Whitensville, Mass;

is intelligible to any one capable of read- any "mon" or "cred"-which I haint agitated his mighty i intellect. Hur- white color, and of almost pure Mrs F II Orvis, Master Orvis. W F Orvis,};

ing the English language and adding up a we'll step in here an' you can look at the riedly calling to his succor the cow-boy from silex. The product is unaffected by Fitzgerald Jacksonville ; W H Everett I
Miss Hoppock, Lambertsville, N J R F
column of In conclusion we com- ;
figures. pictures in the Police Gazette and things the far Western. ....jvilds, ,whom.. he knew to the heaviest frosts or by the sun or Miller, Ohio ; A W Owens D S Holman and I J
mend this matter once more to the early while I a tale unfold-a reg'lar hist'ry ; fear naught-: otteyen'the chills and fever- rain. wife, Jacksonville ; C A Thomas G A Mac- ii

attention of the new city government.Let now I'm insistin'" .leaped }j afaify: cockle-shell Avoy, Green Cove Springs; A Z Solomon,
they cypress Colorado L Nat.hans Savannah L I ,
us know where we stand. The reporter promptly borrowed a quar- ; ; Hearn
log dl.' .ut; 8prlUig.- to the oars, and Los New Orleans; H G Policy, Mrs Policy Chi- .
The
ter from' Fred W. Hoyt (on advertising account soon were wre; jtlingwiththe, surging billows Angeles Herald, speaking. cago ; S Staples and wife, :Miss Snow, Concord -

The Democratic County Convention.The ); took the railroad man in,: and which soared ,b out th'er&tO the 'height of ofcrop: prospects :southern. California C L Bncki, Ellaville; C Kendall I
;
Democratic County Convention for him. Boston D D Caiter, Kentucky J D
seated ; ;
,
I several inchest QnootreyBtruggle., See 1- ,the,demand .for-the, single i
I ; says
: WattlesPonce Fla 'B
theConstltUrtional Park. HnbbarttMiss
fi
the nomination of delegates to : : "the; ;railroader, "to begin atNow"said" ;
Convention met at Callahan on Satur- they lag! They languish'! Still they;' article of cabbages is simply Hubbard Mrs E King, Detroit ; L G
the You must understand that it
pilot. Burnham and wife Boston J C
labor! They toil They faint! They ; Shaw
day last, April 18th. struck certain parties connected with the enormous. Carload after carload of Savannah ; J T Horsford, Chicago; W Wilson t
catch a crab! All is well Victory! Ex-
In the absence of the Chairman and Secre- general departments of the Key Line that the popular vegetable is being ship- J W Stanley, Boston ; Capt J L'Morgan E
celsior! land. turn their
They They f
H S Dogan, Jacksonville W J Woodward -
tary of the Executive Committee, Mr. W. .
A. made chairmanand the'Navigation' end of the concern was dugout loose like brilliant men that ped to the Territories and to Texas, Fla ; CD Wooley, F F Waters,. :Miss :

Mahoney was temporary not proportionately ponderous with the look about them. The Waters, Miss S G Gould, Boston ;J A Cloud, '
they are. They
and return of least
3Ir. Coachman temporary secretary.A *Railway' end. Not that the Railway' end they bring a at August Gilmor, P Gilrnor. Mrs S Smith, lk :

committee of one from each precinctwas too heavy but that the Navigation' tide is at flood. The dugout is wending its $500 an acre to those who raise New York ; F W Taylor Charles F Anderson i t f.
was ,
which way peacefully up the river. The Made of :Memphis; Miss Matilda Kiernan, :Miss ,5
appointed on credentials reported t
that the portion was too light, as it were; so the Missed is almost within their grasp. It them. All the prospects for a large Eliza Kiernan, New York ; G H Fleming,

following precincts were repre- Broo-that is, one of these aforesaid gen- Jacksonville ; S C Emily Indianapolis.
fruit 'fine for the
is walk They make grand are
sented: Fernandina Coneville Hart's Road, tlemen, prevailed on l.Iar-I mean anotherof a over. one crop present Thos M Carnegie, Dnngeness ; E W Clark. 1'1:
final effort and walk over their waists in summer. About 17,000,000 Jacksonville.
King's Ferry, Callahan Brandy Branch and the aforesaid gentlemen go down to grape .
the saline slimy tide. But their coattailsare
.
Higginbotham.The vines will yield their luscious fruit .
the Centre street dock, where he assured List of Letters -
safe-they had them tucked up under I i
temporary organization was made him was lying a handsome, full-rigged, fore- their arms. What matters it? They reach while the peach, apple, pear and : Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan, i ;

permanent. and-aft, clipper-built, one-masted, Dutch- dina, Nassau county, Florida, April 24th.
will be about double
motion of their vessel; they swarm fprninst the top I apricot crop I
Upon Col. Win. McWilliams
bottomed schooner with a full complementof i 1885. Persons calling for these letters must
; '
it was agreed that each precinct whether gallant bulwarks ; they stride her polished that of former years. say advertised : i
centre-board sail, rudder oars, every-
decks; they repose at length-full length- Butler Isom J W
fully represented or not, be entitled to its. from foreto'gallant brace Roberta v
full vote. I. thing complete within her luxurious cabin, draped in the Brown, CASBeachem. Jackson, M M ) ;
bits to stern truckstays. THE Illinois State Board of Health 1
post quarter graceful folds of her mainsail. Their mu- S W Joiner, Baker
The convention then proceeded to the "Mar oh thunder-I the assured Brown, Lue 6 Jackson Johnny
mean
held its in t
tual admiration is excessive and quarterly meeting Chicagoon
principal business before it. and touching.The I Brown, :Mrs Dinah Jones, MamieJohnson
went with the assurer sure enough
Mr. J. H. Mooney, of Precinct No. 1, ; tide goes out apace. It is only a little Thursday. Information was sub- Brown, Easter George f ti'i'
made assurance doubly sure. He was alsoan
:Miss L Jones S B :
nominated Col. Wm. :McWilliams.Mr. matter of twelve hours ere they can essayto Camper .
old salt from Illinois and between the mitted from private sources showingthat r
Cope, Mrs Florida Landers W C A 'I
direct their beloved Made o'er the [
Wideman, of Callahan nominated two, deep-laid plans were concocted. again Asiatic cholera had existedin Clark, S R Lawrence, W H 'I
Judge Hinton J. Baker, of Fernandina. aqueous element. What is this wailing Clark, Joseph Lowberg S t
Men that is another F. R. & N.
}Ir. W. II. Garland of Fernandina, nomi- man, sound that is borne to our ears upon the Paris up to January 16, and thatit Chodee H W C 3 Lanser E F' .
was forthwith consulted, and immediatelyclosed Carpenter, E D Long, WmMcNeil
nated )Ir. W. A. Mahoney.Each with the dazzling speculation. They wind?" They cry aloud : Save me a sand- had since then reappeared at Clark, Andrew A D I

candidate was voted for separatelyand then captured the influence of the wealthyand wich Toulon and broken out in Southern Daniels Mrs M L Matick, Emily .
his election carried unanimously. But I will not harrow your sympatheticsoul Darrell William McKinney, R : I
accomplished Duf or, I should I Russia. In the early of Marchit
Cot say with further details. They are speedily part Damon, Rev B H Miller, Thomas t
McWilliams then made short
a another F. R. & N. man ; then Den-1 had in the interior of Dilworth JamesIorse, Hilliard f
saved trio of noble comrades. The appeared
speech, expressing his gratification his (Pshaw !)-still another railroader, of vast i by a Davison A H 2 Morel!, Daniel' i
nomination. He referred to alleged preju- I bo's'n has been saved so often that he is Valencia, Spain, and there was dan- Dickson. :Miss E D Murphy, Chris
in the salt o'er
experience sailing seas
dices getting used to it. Quinine and calomel for Davis, Matilda Perkins. L B ;
him in certain
existing against por- of its introduction into the Mediterranean -
the happy band. ger Earvin. Lizzie Posey, Th D Ii
tions of the county, but looked upon his supper. Fahrenbach.IIFrazier Porter J W2 I
from
Next they induced Stev-the( dickensa !) by ships Bombay.No i
But what of the Jade? .
nomination as a proof that these no longer Win Pike. W K
existed. He pledged every effort to gain certain foreign navigator of acknowl- "Aye, that's the conundrum. The official publication of these facts, Foster Frank Smith, J G I

victory for the ticket. edged accomplishments, to invest his quota. doughty mariners are propounding that Dr. Rauch, the secretary:, said, had Henderson, Mrs R L Spooner Green I
The company has since'been strengthenedby Heyer,George F Seeder, Hester
The convention then adjourned. the addition of Rob-confound it!) a same interrogatory. It is rumored that the been made, notwithstanding their Mollins, George Smith C M :

valiant bo's'n chartered a_,highly-colored- Hill, George Smith, :Mrs Alice
from the wild wild West who to the whole .
capitalist importance country.IN
W H .Wright Arthur
negro-African-American,to go to the relief of Aarington, ,
Republican County Convention.The dropped his mining interests in New Mexicoto the perishing- Made. This individual with Howard, Joseph R Walker Lubey I

Republicans Nassau county held give his undivided attention to the enter Hafer, Era Ch Watson Nasbv
their County Convention at Island City prise. others of his complexion, instead of obey- the heart of Wyoming Terri- Keene, Jane Walker Sylvia

ing order tempted.with the dazzling quali- Roll ChasRamsey Wright E
Hall, in this city, on Wednesday last for .The company being thus ably organ- tory is a mountain of solid hematite Julia Young, Polly .
ties of the vessel, went upon, a cruise, and
the .
Constitutional purpose of nominating delegates to the ized, the ship was purchased for $15 nearlyall the Made, true to _her nature and history, iron, with 600 feet of it above S. T. RIDDELL, P. )I.
Convention. The delegates the capital being paid in within sixt-
k !
to probably divining their base intentions took ground more than a mile wide, and'
the ,
convention, with one exception,.were days. Upon critical examination it was Bleached Cotton.

*U colored men. There was considerable decided that a fiery red was not a sufficiently advantage of their complacency, and by a two miles in length ; a bed of lignite J' & T. KYDD are now selling a yard-wide f

discussion about the division of the nomi- i stylish color, and that an assessment on the sudden dexterous'evolution, turned a som- coal big enough to warm the Bleached Cotton, fine and soft finish, at the
nations mersault in mid-stream and compelled the low price of 7'cents a yard. All standard'
the among the different elements of I capital stock' would be necessary, in the coons to paddle their own canoe' to shore, world for centuries; eight lakes of brands as low as can be bought anywhere.
party, but finally the good sense and the her
course of summer, to repaint a ceru-
Rise which they did succesfully, to the poignant solid soda, one of them over 600
counsel of the more intelligent profiled lean blue and chrome yellow. The mystic Silks Satins and Laces.
grief of the ship-owners. That's the last
in extent and not less than 30
and the following ticket was nomi- calcareous characters, "For Sail" traced acres AT PAUL FCSKE'S
seen of the Made of the Missed to date. In
nated: Charles W. Lewis, H. C. Baker upon her port quarter, were also to give feet in depth ; and a petroleumbasin
she's outside and taken
Samuel my opinion gone SaleTracts
Petty.Mr. place to the euphonious title Made of the which contains more oil than Valuable Orange Lands for .
the Gulf stream for some point North, to be
Lewis represents the Liberal, Mr. Missed. containing twenty acres each of
Baker gone for the summer. Lots of style about Pennsylvania and West Virginia land Lake
the choice,high hammock on Orange
Independent, and Samuel Petty "You printers are fond of filling up, I
the her. from which in, the suitable for orange growing and truck farm-
colored combined places
element. The nominations are know but I fear to with de- .
; weary you : a offered for sale. These lands
the So I guess you'll have to admit, Mr. Reporter ing, are now
best and strongest that could possibly tailed account of the long and prosperous oil is oozing in natural wells at the are very conveniently situated for transportation -
that before
you
really
graspedthe
have been made by the ; and Clark's never by water or rail, and will be sold on
Republicans voyages (extending nearly as far as rate of two barrels a day. At least, i
full force of the navigation part of the Titles
they suit are
deserve terms to purchasers. unques-
credit for their good sense. river in instance with the
) many
one ; Florida Railway and Navigation Company." sosays; the Butte (Montana) Inter- tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
of the madly-rolling Ame-
stormy
passages G. R. FAIRBANKS,
bodies.
New large _
A Spring Clothing. lia river, with all the experiences of anxiety, Mountain.Gents. February 16, 1882, Fernandina Fla.
fine line of New Spring Clothing,.fashionable and Mattings! Mattings!
hope pleasure despair alternately en- .
.
Fine Clothing cut and well a specialty made, at at low prices. tertained by the bold and noble crew; with A great bargain in Fancy Mattings, 15 Furnishing GoodsIn Ladles and Misses Hose, ,

J. & T. KYDD'S. the buoyant exultation when in glad tri- cents a yard at J. &'T. KYDDS. all styles AT PAUL FuNC E's. In great variety, AT PAUL FUlKr



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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 25, 1885. ..... -"
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IT IS THE SEASON.It into the semblance of a completely I .. "That is the question," said Gerard: ; about h'er,' but the face, that was in 1'1 carriage. Gerard helped her in, and-
is the restored chronometer. Or call hither "but, as I understand the term, it signifies the :full blaze of light from the chandelier -I J :as he did so one of the perfumy
to roses
season now
About the country high go and low a Circassian maid and suspend her by the discerning' of :objects which above, was, it seemed to Ger- fell from her hair. He picked
Among the lilacs hand in hand one hair from the chandelier. I am are not 'perceptible by the senses.. ard, the exact counterpart of the one ''Maylkeepitrhea/kedJooS
And two by two in fairy land: prepared for anything." : Now-" '. in the mirror. in ur. in dark carnal

The brooding boy, the sighing maid, "I am not a magician," said Arya "That is not quite true. Clairvoyance The same wonderfully transparent "If you care for it," she said, wftha
Do Wholly meet along fain and the hazel'd half afraid brook, quietly. ".I do not pretend to be ableto practiced' in the East, includesa complexion, the same loose, silky curlsof soft laugh.
To pass and linger, pause and look perform' the least of those wornout great deal'more than that. pale ,gold ; the eyes, whether blueor I do," he answered: carefully pinning -
A year or so, and, blithely paired, tricks.. As I'said' before, you confoundtwo "So I perceive," said the, youngman black, Gerard could not tell, but it upon his coat. May I bring
., Their rough-and-tumble play they shared; entirely distinct things"" picking up his hat and lightinga though half concealed by the drooping my friend to see you ?"
They kissed and quarreled,and.laughed and As he spoke, he laid.aside: the jew- believe I've had enough." .lashes, they were dark and.luminous. She hesitated just a moment.
A cried, at Eastertide. eled mouthpiece. of his chibouk, approached "Perhaps you would like to have Gerard turned to the 'Egyptian. I shall be glad to see you."
year ago
a' table upon which was a the talisman?" It is the same face, is it not?" ''To-morrow, then," he said, taking
.Her.lie whom did bethreaten with rude or, uplifted commandHer hand- sandalwood box, which he' opened, Gerard hesitated a' momenttheface "The very same," murmured Ras the hand she held out and pressing {?t
in a somewhat longer dress, taking therefrom a bit of broken stone. in the mirror was an alluring one. Arya, turning pale gently.
.He now would tremble to caress. "A talisman?" asked Gerard. "Thanks; I think I would." Just then yonng Westmoreland came To-morrow, if you like ; I will be
Now by the stile ablaze she stop, "No: half of one," was the answer. "When you find the possessor of in, a fan in one hand, a huge bouquet at home. Good night."
And his demurer eyes he drops; "Why didn't you get a whole one, the other half let me know, will you?" : of camellias in the other. Gerard had never given any serious
Now Or stand they exchange and marry averted silent sighs eyes., while you were about it," laughed the "I will. Good night." Who is she?" asked Gerard, draw- consideration to one of the opposite
him to the curtains "do before and
young man. ing ; you sex despite the romance of
And lIe to her hero is,
And sweeter a she than primroses; "I preferred the half." A month or so afterward Gerard know her?" their meeting and the fact that the
Their common silence dearer far ".Can you decipher the inscription?" obtained leave of absence and at once "Know who?" said Westmoreland, face in the mirror was undoubtedly
Than nightingale and mavis are. "There is no inscription upon a decided to go home, and after a little putting up his eye-glass and thereby Alicia's, he awoke one morning surprised -
Now, when they sever wedded hands, talisman." reflection determined to induce the lessening his limited powers of vision. to find himself, not famous, but
; Joy trembles in their bosom-strands, "AVhat then?" asked Gerard, a lit- Egyptian to go with him. Ras Arya "Don't think I do." Here his in love. That he had a rival was
a
And Upon lovely their laughter lips in madrigals.leaps and falls tle piqued."Merely. listened to tie enthusiastic young fellow glass fell off. Why, it's Alicia War thought that did not occur to him.
a figure supposed to be demurred,at first and then con- ing," he continued in a tone of lively That the imperturbable Egyptian couldpossibly
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THE MUMMY FLOWERS. engraved when two planets are in con- sented. The morning after their arri- interest; -"introduce you ? Why, of have been guilty of the folly
-.. junction, or when a star is at its culmi- val in Charleston, he looked over the course, She's' my cousin, you know." of likewise "falling in love was an
J ; : Two men, one an Egyptian, the nating point. It is supposed to exer- dew-wet lawn where Gerard was skylarking '"And on my card for dinner," said idea so absurd that it never presented
,; other an American, sat at their ease cise some protective influence over with the dogs, and then beyond Gerard. itself.
t '. smoking in one of a suite of rooms in the wearer." the Battery, where the ocean layin What luck !ejaculated the youth. :Miss Waring, if she ever thought of
J'JJ | the Cabari Palace, Alexandria. The The Egyptian turned the stone silver splendor under the morningsun Now I've got to take in :Miss McKenzie Gerard, did not acknowledge it even
m sun, just sinking into the blue Mediterranean upon his palm, looking at it thought- and thought he might be in a a regular perambulating vinegar to herself; but of the Egyptian she
j ... lighted up with its dying fully; then, worse place. He had no occasion to. cruet, old as the hills, frightful to look did think, long and seriously, for he
I ? rays the hangings of yellow satin that "Are you a somnambulist?" he change his mind until one day Gerard upon, but the Lord only knows how at once fascinated and repelled her.
it: almost covered the walls of the apart- asked."I came upon him with an 'ominous much money !1" He shrugged his Things came to a crisis shortly be-
3' fl ment. rejoice to say that I am not. square envelope."I shoulders with such an air of resignation fore Gerard's return to Egypt. One
I Against the lowing background Prefer to do my walking when; I am couldn't help it, Ras Arya; Mrs. that the other laughed. evening-the evening that was to decide -
... the dark face of the Oriental stood awake and can see where I am going. Westmoreland found out all about "The last item fully compensatesfor his future movements-the young
J out in bold relief, but the paler coloring There's nothing uncanny about me." you, heaven knows how, and you'll the rest, I suppose," said Gerard. man went to the Warings, and unannounced -
J4S of his companion curiously blended "Ah, well, I can experiment on have to stand the consequences. It is "It ought to, but somehow it entered the drawingroom.To .
1, i with the strong lights of the vivid some one else.1 not a regular fete, for which be thank' doesn't. Guess I haven't had enough his surprise the Egyptian was at
f: satin, and so one only noticed particularly "I fancied you had: some fell designupon ful. I take it to be a compromise be- experience in this giddy world to appreciate MissVai ing's side. She, half-risen
jl! his eyes, which were bright, well me. I feel relieved," said Ger- tween a dance iind a dinner, a little of true worth yet. But, say, from her chair, had turned her face
. opened and dark blue. ard, falling back upon his cushions. both, very likely. So we can dine my mother sent me after you. She is from Ras Arya, who, clasping her unwilling -
.t! s The Egyptian, Ras Arya by name, The Egyptian looked toward a door before we go.". on the verge of hysterics, for dinner is hands, was evidently imploringher
k was a man not past the prime of life; that led into another room. Gerard At the appointed time they went, ready." to listen. In the endeavor to es-
bt I the other, one of the Gerards of involuntarily did the same. It pres- and Ras Arya having been duly pre- "Then lead on, we follow," quoth cape unseen, and overcome with rage
:rb: Charleston, an old English family that ently opened, and as if in response to sented to his hostess, discovered in her Gerald, picking up his talisman and at the contretemps, Gerard hastily
. 1 : was among the earliest settlers when a summons, a young woman entered, drawingroom a convenient retreat, taking a surreptitious look at himself pushed past a stand of flowers. It fell
'4] t-Carolina was a royal province, was a and closing the door after her, stood wherein he and Gerard concealed .. in a pier-glass. with a loud noise. Alicia looked up,
k(Jij young fellow of about twenty-five, an with her black and brilliant eyes fastened themselves behind the curtains of lace Ras Arya endeavored to make himself and, wrenching her hands from the
J jlt engineer, and in the employ of the upon the Egygtian. She stoodin and damask. agreeable to his hostess, but not Egyptian's grasp, ran to Gerard witha
English Government. His acquaintance an attitude of such immovable at- "This is quite a lucky discovery," with his usual success. Having the seat cry that betrayed her. Ras Arya
t? with Ras Arya had begun some tention that Gerard began to think said Gerard laughing, as they peeped of honor at table,'he had a good view vanished, while she clung to Gerard,
:t years before, and under such circumstances she might be an automaton. through the curtains at the gay crowd, of the other guests. :Miss Waringand crying convulsively:
!df' that it soon developed into a "Who is she?" he asked in :a tragic. "but,they don't seem to miss us. In Geaard were almost opposite him. The Egyptian, Frank, 0, send
: \ arm friendship. whisper; "Is she alive?" fact, they actually seem to be enjoying They laughed and chatted throughout him away."
w fil: The sun sank rapidly, the orange The Egyptian motioned her to a themselves without us!1" the-long'dinner, now and then glanc- "He has gone," said the young fel-
f glow of the walls gradually! fading in chair, into which she sank mechanic- "I do not, object in the least," said ing in direction. So that is your low, greatly.wondering.Vhat has
the obscurity of the brief Egyptiantwilight. ally. Ras laziryvpossessing himself of Egyptian friend?" Miss i Waring: said he said to frighten you so?" .
a A servant entered noiselessly She is a Georgian, a slave," he replied -' 'an arm-chair. The persons in the in'a low voice; '" he is handsome.- She looked up through her tears,
5 1 t with silver lamps and as silently lowering the lamp as he spoke, room soon resolved themselves into You say that as if against your blushed deeply and turned away.
I Disappeared. The two men withdrew until a semi-darkness prevailed. In little groups, and :Mrs. Westmoreland, will. You need not'be afraid of hurt- "Really nothing. I am ashamedof
;t, from the window, and Gerard threw one corner of the room upon an ebony dismayed at the disappearance of her ing my feelings. If you want to say myself; but he does frighten me.
:t -himself at full length upon a luxurious table was .a mirror; one of those "lion," sent her sona promising that he is ugly, please say so." It is nothing that he says-no one
.:w divan, thrusting his hands under strange Venetian inventions that, placed youth just home from college, in But I don't want to," she replied; could be politer-it is his look, his
!flfJ its close-shorn head. at a certain angle, reflected noth- search of him. I don't think him ugly at all. manner."
f"4 The Egyptian, as if renewing the ing from its bluish-black surface, which "Dead or alive, I suppose," said the But you are sorry he is not I Gerard followed her with a detain-
1tr1i interrupted thread of a conversation, like the sky at night, suggested infi- youth jocosely, going off at her urgent see.. You don't like him." ing hand.
hta aid in a low and singularly musical nite depth. In'shape an oval, it was bidding. "Do you know," she half whispered, "Dearest," he said in a low voice,
:ln. voice: set in a frame of dull bronze that "You'll have the pleasure of takingin "I am really afraid of him." Do you think I will let you go? I
1 So you do not believe in clairvoyance heightened the suggestive glitter of Mrs. Westmoreland to dinner," "Afraid of Ras Arya! What a cu- came to make the same plea that Rag
ance, Cagliostro and Mesmer to the the glass. Gerard was saying with malicious intent rious notion. You must let me intro- Arya did-shall my answer be the
U {1 j The young man laughed a little. Nissa's chair and placed himself whom am I destined for?" own sake as well as his." Her lips quivered-she could not
I tkfi j Clairvoyance: 1 I can believe in behind her, while Gerard arose from He examined his card for the first She opened her lips as if to replv, speak. The firelight flashed on some-
Aw '\ legerdemain, in sleight-of-hand tricks; the lounge and leaned against a chairso time. then closed them and looked covertly thing hanging from her belt. It was
j AAj\j,2L trained fools with a bias in a certain that he, could have a good view of "Alicia Waring," he mused ; now at the Egyptian. As it chanced, their the missing half of the talisman.
m direction can perform apparent the two and of the mirror at the same which of the'Warings is she? I'm eyes met. He held that oblique I felt sure that you had this," said
f miracles. Witness Houdin-who, time.Ras sure I don't know. Has red hair, glance with a narrow gaze that com- Gerard, fitting the pieces together.He .
_ | by the way, is no fool-and Sign'or Arya placed the broken talis- probably, a pug nose and half a mil pletely overpowered her. She gazedin went on rapidly, reminding her of
881 Blitz. But since when have Cagli- man in one of the slave's hands and lion-freckles !1" helpless fascination until for very their first meeting, of the strange influence -
)* | ostro and :Mesmer become oracles in gently stroked her hair. Presently Very likely," said Ras Arya, compassion he looked away, smiling of the bit of stone. Then taking
jjj| the East?" her head fell back, her eyes half amused."I slightly as he did so. her hand he placed the pieces in it
; The Egyptian smiled, and stirred closed, she almost ceased to breathe. would be just my luck," sighed In vain Gerard exerted himself with and covered it with his own.
Vs! his pipe. You confound two very Ten minutes or more passed. They I Gerard, and she will either talk me quip and jest. For the rest of the "Did you feel the same mysteriousthrill
"i' distinct things. Legerdemain and were like so many hours. The slow i to death or be as stiff as a poker and dinner :Miss Waring sat, pale and distrait that I did?"
clairvoyance have only one thing in breathing of the woman and the faint quite as entertaining." replying with an effort to his A lovely color sprang up in her
i common" ticking of a clock could be heard. So !I" said the Egyptian, surprised, gayest sallies and smiling not at all. cheek. Her eyes answered him before
'ia* "And that is humbuggery," inter- Then,. over the face of the glass, a "must she be either one thing or the He was not altogether sorry when her lips did.
posed Gerard, impolitely. film gathered. Like a breath, or likea other?" they rose from the table, and as soon jj: "
I: Ras Arya slightly raised his eye- mist, it came and disappeared. "I was only joking, my friend,' as he could he went into the drawingroom "It is an odd wedding present,
fpf brows. Slowly as if coming into view from a said Gerard, with a quizzical look at in search of Ras Arya. He said Gerard, holding out a glass box
'I. "Well, we won't argue the point. great distance, something began to the Egyptian., "I wonder what timeit found 'the Egyptian reclining in a to his betrothed the morning of their
The natural skepticism of the American :appear, uncertainly, in its stead. The is ? Something whispers me that chair, hidden as much as possible from marriage day.
' mind revolves itself, on certain two men strained ther eyes to discoverthe the dinner hour approacheth." mortal view. "What is it?" she asked, lifting the
inta :'' dim outlines. He drew oat His.watch and in "You look rather he 1"
1 f4 subjects, -' They grew more replacing done up, lid. How lovely!
Pigheadedness," supplied Gerard, and more distinct, until faintly, it is it detached from the guardthe exclaimed, amused at the expressionof Three strange-looking flowers of a
p carelessly. true, but unmistakably, as'if a verita- half of the talisman. 'He held it the Egyptian's face. deadly whiteness, with hard waxy
"As you like. Pigheadedness thatis ble reflection and no fantasy, there in his hand 'for a moment 'trying.to "I am rather done up," was the leaves, lay within.
utterly impervious to reason, and grew upon the mirror a face; in coloras refasten it upon its 'ring, when a sin- reply. How much longer is this to "Where did you get them, Frank,
can hardly be convinced by the evidence transparent as the glass itself; the gular thrill, like an electric shock, ran last?" and what are they ?"
of all the senses combined." eyes half hidden under drooping lids, through his hand and arm, turned his Complimentary, I must say," said "Just before leaving Egypt Pas
"Quite correct," said Gerard: "I inscrutably dark and luminous; the : head mechanically and looked directlyacross Gerard, sinking into a, chair with a Arya gave' me some seeds, advisingme
have had frequent .occasion to doubt hair, falling about the delicate throatin the drawingroom. The large sigh. "Mrs. Westmoreland hasn't to plant them in the conservatoryand
the evidence of;my senses since I have. loose t' unrestrained; curls: ,.of a pale folding doors there had been thrown made .the, impression I hoped she note the result. Those are mum
been in Egypt." gold! or the silver sheen of ,moonlight open and directly in the centre of the would. my flowers." .
"I do not doubt that;''.replied Ras .on dark trees. This aerial vision space stood a young girl, looking; it How about Miss Waring?" "Mummy flowers?" said Alicia,
Arya dryly. painted in fairy colors with faint yet seemed to him, point blank at him. "Come along and let me presentyou. perplexed.
."Well;" said Gerard, after watchinghis perfect accuracy, lasted for a few mo Ras Arya, as if he too felt the myste- She has ,an idea that you are The Egyptian mummies. ," he explained -
friend for a few moments, "I may ments and then gradually faded away, rious thrill, looked up suddenly and an ogre ; you evidently frightened,her "were wrapped in what we
1 .be obstinate;' indeed, I admit it, but.I leaving ,the mirror again' a blank, un- spoke, but Gerard did not hear him. at dinner and it's your duty to make called winding sheets, I suppose-
am open to conviction. Let the showbegin. unresponsive surface. He rose, and looking over Gerard's amends." Well, it frequently happened that
."- Ras Arya withdrew the talisman shoulder followed the direction of his He spoke lightly, but eyetl the seeds of various kinds were embalmedwith
He sat up with an air of pretended. from the slave's limp fingers, and eye The spell was broken, the.talisman Egyptian keenly as he spoke. the bodies. and preserved in the
expectation. taking a seat himself; began 'to stir fell from Gerard's hand and lay "' 'ro-morrow'-llon! cher, to-morrow," foldings of the shrouds-rice seeds,
.: "Whatdo you mean,by 'show?" the, coals of his pipe. sparkling'' on the carpet like the eye said Ras Arya, leaning back.UA even flower seeds. These flowers are
Oh; the regular thing. Get 'a: funnel "Well,", said Gerard, ..drawing .along of.a serpent. The young lady, accosted man can't do himself justice just after the fresh blossoms-they bloomed this
and a flower-pot, and give me a breath, "it is wonderful' :..' How : by some one, turned to reply, and the dinner." morning-of seeds. that came.to maturity -
bouquet. of roses 'grown to order, or did you manage it? You do =not certainly two men looked eagerly at her.. Her Later on as they were leaving, Miss' 3,000 years ago."
gently pound my watch to powder call that clairvoyance: ,?."", figure was rendered indistinct by a AVaring, ghost-like in a long white Alicia:replaced the cover of the box
and t'it'fromyonder 'blunderbuss "What.is clairvoyance. ?" ..' .- drapery of cloudy gray that floated cloak, ,came down, the steps. to her, and put it on'a table near by. Every
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR f' APRIL' 8855particle
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of color had left her face. lisped in' the county,'they 'shall cause at lie Instruction for school purpose?, and'located District Xo.,8-The precinct fo established
NOTICE ELECTION least five copies of this notice to be postedin in section 37,;township north,
Gerard was too intent upon his expla- the most public places in the county. _6 east. tinge at the turpentine still at John D.Jones', site'ua.tt'l1
notice it.. i.i township 3 north, range 23 east.
nation to Ix TESTIMONY WHEREOF I- have
District No. 4-Tlie prcrinctiestablishedat l District So. 9--The is
41 I will wear them as apart hereunto set my'lidnd and affixed precinct establishedat
hope
House '
.you x.o..12, atConeVHIe, located School
House Xo- 5 located .in.
the
of your bridal costume." TO ALL AND :>:;SINGULAR: ,THE SHERIFFS [L. P.] the Great Seal of the, State of in section 43, township-north, range.28_east. .of.Callahan, on.the Transit Railroad. town

"Wear those flowers?" she mur- OF THE STATE FLORIDA : Florida, at the Tallahassee{ the Capital District No. 5-The precinct i it establishedat District Xo. 10-The precinct is estab-
this of
thirty-first day
,
mured shivering. Yl THAT I. JNO.' L. CRAW March A. D..1885. School House Xu.,21. located on land lished at Mr. L. 'V: lIig inbothom's. situ-
KNOW
Secretary of State of the State JNO. L. CRAWFORD. deeded by S.A. Swann to the Board of Pub- ated in section 22, township ,north, range
"Why not, dearest? He laughedand ot !
took 'her hands. She hid her Sheriffs of the several Counties of,the JOHN A. ELLERMANX, Sheriff Secretary au County 26 in lot2.section and townsnip2 north, range District Xo. 11-The precinct is established

white face upon his shoulder. State of .Florida, that Florida east. at' School House No. 28. located on lanaI

To please you, Frank, I will wear Fernandina, Fla., April 3,1885. 5wREGISTRATION' District No.The'precinct is establishedat deeded by George W. Bryce to the Board of
A GENERAL ELECTIONWILL the residence of John Owens Public Instruction:; for school purposes, situ
them; but as you say-, they are a NOTICE. in section 7, township 3 north, range 26 east.:; ated in section 30. township 1 south range

strange wedding gift." District No. 7-The precinct is establishedat 24 east. JOHN A. EDWARDS,

You make me afraid to look at BE HELD IN REGISTRATION" BOOKS of the School House No. 7. in the town of King's Clerk Circuit Court.

," he whispered, when next he EACH COUNTY AND SENATORIAL THE l Election Districts of Nassau Ferry, on the St. Marys river.FAMILY. Fernandina. Fla., ..\pril3. 188.3.
. you County will be opened in each of said dis-
saw her. The mummy flowers were DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, tricts on Monday, April 'Gth. 1885, and

lying in the lace of her bodice, and will be opened on each Wednesday and Saturday GROCERIES !
diffused a faint perfume of unearthly Under the provisions of the Election Laws thereafter until Saturday the 2.3th day
of the State, on the of said month, inclusive:; from 9 o'clock a. I
sweetness. m. to 2 o'clock p. m., and on such other
\Vhv," she asked. He, nevertheless FIRST TUESDAY IN MAY, A. D. 1883, days as the registration officers may deem

looked at her dubiously. The THE SAID TUESDAY BEING .. necessary, between said (dates for the pur-

themselves not whiter. THE STH DAY OF MAY, pose of registering qualified unregistered .
flowers were
electors in said districts: WHITNER & SGHUYLER I lEt I s
"Am I not dressed to please you ? For Delegates to a Convention, which shall The law requires that electors shall regis-

"You could not be lovelier. But consist of one hundred and eight ((108); members ter in the district in which they reside, and
the several Conn- in no other. y% r
Are apportioned among
are so deathly pale you
you" ties:'and Senatorial Districts in accordance The names of the deputy registration officers
ill ? I with the present representation in the Legislature :; the districts to which they are appointed -
Not at all she surprised. shall the place of registration and the bound-
replied, ; and which Convention beholden Have
at the and
opened new elegantly fitted Store
in the State Capitol, at Tallahassee aries of the districts are as follows : I : :
"I never felt better in my life. ." "'
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commencing on the SECOND TOESDAY IN JUNE
he fain to be satisfied.
And so was the said second Tuesday being; the 9th day I '
Place of Same of .
But when the ceremony, long drawnout of June, for the purpose of making an entire Registration.Clerk's Registering Officer. ] i
by the Ritualistic clergyman, was revision of the Constitution of this State, 1"'c. 47 CEL'l"-rFt.m.: : : STEt.mmT: :
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and to provide for the submission of the
ended Gerard drew a breath of relief.
same to the electors of the Stat at a generalor !
Thank Heaven, it is all over," he special election for ratification, as follows: office........... J. A.:Edwards........ i :'

murmured as they drove from In the county of Escambia, tor a delegate Amelia................. W. F: Scott............ 2
away
from his from the First Senatorial District; O'Neil's Residence... Isidore S. O.Seill.3. A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: I
the church. A sigh escaped In the county of Santa Rosa, for a delegate School House No.12 X. :

wife's lips. from the Second Senatorial District; Hart's Road........... W. W. Farmer........ 5
Residence J. Owens.. John Owens............
It is it is all over, she replied In the county of Jackson, for a delegate + I
-; from the Third Senatorial District Kings Ferry.......... T. J. Higjiinbolham
faintly.U Frar.k-t.he flowers, the In the counties of Washington; and Boulogne ............... Geo. W. Hodges........6 !

flowers !I" plucking them with trem- Holmes, for a delegate from the Fourth Callahan................ Samuel.. Jones......... fINE TEA ix
ANTI G COFFEE
bling fingers.He Senatorial District ; lIig inbotham's....... Ii." .Hi l.dnhotham GOCERIE ij }

tore them from the lace and In the counties Calhoun and Franklin, Brandy Branch.......Noah' A. Hicks..........11 ,
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for a delegate from the Fifth Senatorial District -
crushed them beneath his feet. Their ; BOUNDARIES OF ELECTION. DISTRICTS I 0'
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deadly fragrance filled the close car- In the county of Gadsden, for a delegate .
riage-herlead fell his breast. from the Sixth Senatorial District:; ; District No. l-Includes'al1 that portion of .
against In the counties of Liberty and Wakulla, Amelia Island laying north of township line
Ho flung up a window and the cold for a delegate from the Seventh Senatorial number two, commencing; at the Atlantic Pure Spices, Canned Goods,
air rushed in. He chafed her hands District; Ocean and running west on township line 1.

and his cheek to her's I In the county of Leon for a delegate from number two, until the Transit Railroad is
pressed burning the Eighth Senatorial District; reached, thence along the line of the railroadto
-that face was already icy cold. In the county of Jefferson for a delegate the drawbridge over Amelia river.

from the ninth senatorial district; District No. 2-To include that portion of

In the palace at Alexandria a woman In the county of Madison for a delegate Amelia Island lying south of the southern Imported Pickles and jinuces$ Dried Fruits Nuts
in hand the from the tenth senatorial district; boundary line of District No. 1.
sat holding one
In the county of Hamilton for a delegate District No. 8-To commence at Amelia ,
pieces of a broken stone. Her eyes from the eleventh senatorial district; river, at the mouth of Clark's or O'Neill's

were fixed and vacant. Presentlyshe In the counties of Taylor and Lafayettefor creek ; thence up Clark's or O'Neill's creek .
stirred a little. a delegate from the twelfth senatorial I to the Transit Railroad ; thence westerly by ,
district; the railroad to Lofton creek ; thence down ,'
Well? said the low, musical voiceof In the county of Alachua for a delegate .
river down
Amelia thence
Nassau river to
; CRACKERS AND CANDIES _, '
_
from the thirteenth senatorial district "
: :
the
Egyptian."It Lofton creek to Nassau river; thence north : -

is all over," she said, coming from In the the county fourteenth of Columbia senatorial for district a delegate; by Amelia river to place of beginning. ;:,:',.I, :... ;"'".' !.,. :
District No. 4-To commence where the
back to life, and dropping the broken In the county of Bradford for a delegate railroad crosses Lofton creek thence
; up
stone into her lap.-Claudia 3f. Girar- from the fifteenth senatorial district; Lofton creek to McQueen's swamp ; thenceup ..
In the county of Nassau for a delegate Toilet and ; : : f
Soap
deau. from the sixteenth senatorial district; McQueen's swamp to'the Waterman Old Perfumery, :
r"\ ,
Field thence following .tiie public
; / wagon
In the of Putnam for .
county a delegate ;
road to Port Henry on the S't:Marys river to
& 'CO.I from the seventeenth senatorial district.In ,
0. C. STRATTON t}
Amelia river; thence up the Amelia riverto Best Brands Family Hour
the of Duval for
county a delegate ,
the mouth Clark's or O'Neill's creek ;
OF MACON, GEORGIA, from the eighteenth senatorial district; thence by the line of Clark's or O'Neill's
In the of Marion for n
county a delegate creek to the railroad thence by the line of '
;
from the nineteenth senatorial district Choice Butter and Cheese
MADE THE MODE BUG'S, ; railroad to place of beginning. z
HAVE
Fla., the author- In the county of Orange, for a delegate
District No. 5-To where the
from the Twentieth Senatorial District commence
ized Agents to contract for the sale of their ;
In the counties of Dade and Brevard, for railroad crosses Lofton creek where }lcQueen's J Hams Bacon Lard etc.
a delegate from the Twenty-first Senatorial swamp intersects Lofton creek; .;,t ,
BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties District; thence up McQueen's swamp to the ford of .' :

In the county of Hernando, for a delegate Mr. Hi inbotham's place; thence in a wishing to purchase will get all in- from the Twenty-second Senatorial southwesterly direction, following the old ;. \' .
formation as regards prices from them. District; public road to Boggy swamp ; thence down ,
Samples of different qualities and styles I In the county of Sumter, for a delegate: Boggy swamp to Nassau river; thence down
Nassau river to the mouth of Lofton creek CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
can be seen at the office of rom the Twenty-third Senatorial District; ;
MODE BRO'S, In the county of Monroe, for a delegate thence up Lofton creek to the place of beginning ',,'
26 Fernandina. from the Twenty-fourth Senatorial District; .
In the county of Walton, for a delegate District No. 6-To commence at Port Hen-

Application for License.To from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District; ry, on the St. Marys river; thence up the
In the county of Suwanee, for a delegate St. Marys river to the mouth of Little St.
Vie Honorable Board Commissioners AE? Free "Delivery. Fresh Supplies "Weeltly. mar28
of County -
Nassau from the Twenty-sixth Senatorial District ; Marys river; thence up the Little St. Marys
of County: In the counties Polk and Manatee, fora river to the public road, known as the Old
I respectfully ask to be granted a licensefor delegate from the Twenty-seventh Senatorial King's road; thence by the Kings road to Ii -
the sale of ales, wines, and liquors in District; the point where it crosses Boggy swamp ; New Advertisements. ; i rEWIfjOHE

the Eighth Election District, at Boulogne, In the counties of Clay and Baker, for a thence down Boggy,: swamp to the old ford \
and enclose herewith the signatures of a delegate from the Twenty-eighth Senatorial near Mr. Peter Green's place ; thence following f"f.t
majority of the legally registered electors of District. ; the public road in a northwesterly t
this precinct, as required by law.ALLEN In the county of Volusia, for a delegate direction to the ford on McQueen's swamp ; 40 1885 :
B. CADY. from the Twenty-ninth Senatorial District ; thence down McQueen's swamp to Water
State of Florida, Nassau Ccunty: In the county of Hillsborough, for a dele' man's Old Field ; thence by the public roadto Rose Leaf < I
Fine Cut
We, the undersigned, registered voters of gate from the Thirtieth Senatorial District ; Port Henry, the place of beginning. : .'
Precinct No. Eight, recommend Allen B. :. In the county of St. Johns, for a delegate District No. 7-To commence at the mouthof .
Cady to obtain a license for selling wines, from the Thirty-first Senatorial District ; the Little St. Marys river; thence up the Navy Clippings
libuors and beer: In the county of Levy, fora delegate from 1FORSALE !
Little St. Marys river to the old King's road Snuffs .
B
Alfred Charles Cross his mark
Lloyd, x the Thirty-second Senatorial District;
(one leading to Pinkney) thence by
camp ;
L P Tracy, E B Hatcher. Henry Lloyd, J II And on the same day a general election the old King's road to Camp Pinkney, on ,
Sikes, J R Trigg, W II Tracy, William will be held in each of the respective coun- the St. Marys river thence down the St. I
; ,
Smith, J T Thomas, J J Polite, Spencer ties of the State for delegates to the said Marys to the month of Little St. Marys river, ,
Fisher, W W Cone, David Nelson, J M Nel- Convention as follows : the of rIt
place beginning.
son, Tracy Stewart, J W Geiger A R Johnson In Escambia county, three; .A TINSPO11W
John Tomlinson, Frank Tomlinson, J In Santa Rosa county, two; District No. 8-To commence at Camp J4e i
W Crews, John Henderson, Robert Henderson. In Walton county, two; Pinkney, on the St. Marys river ; thence by I j
John W Henderson, D II Nelson, G W In Holmes county, one; the old King's road to the point where the V
McNeil[ G W Hodges, L Z Nelson, J N Washington county, one ; Alachua trail leaves it ; thence followingthe t
Drewery, D B Nelson, J D Nelson, G W In Franklin county, one; Alachua trail to Batton's ; thence westerly 1
SIkes, DeWitt C. Stewart, Munroe Davis his In Calhoun county, one by the public road to Stokes' Ferry, on
; the St. river then down the St. I WILL PAY $2.50 PER DAYTo .
xmark, Josiah Sikes his mark. J Barnard, In Jackson county, three : Marys ;
William Vick his x mark, Henry Nettles, In Liberty county, one. )[arys river to the place of beginning. all who work for me at home. To many'I can

George Washington his x mark, Henry In Wakulla county, one; District No. 9-To commence at the mouth afford to pay more.
Triffg, J M Lloyd, J B Lloyd. In Gadsden county, three; of Boggy creek, on 'Nassau river; following ##-STEADY.EMPLOYMENT. Light, Pleasant Work.
We, the undersigned, hereby certify that In Leon county, four; Boggy creek to the ford of King's road SEND POSTAL CARD TO W. W. RIDOUT, LOUISVILLE,'Ky.
the persons whose names appear in the fore- In Jefferson county, four; thence north by the King's road to Alachua t
going petition signed the same or attached In Madison county, three; trail: thence by the Alachua trail to the INTENDING ADVERTISERS should address

their| marks thereto in our presence, i,ud In Taylor county, one; range line No. 23; thence following the ROWELL & CO. tei
P.
that:! neither fraud,;bribery, nor deception In Hamilton county, two; range line south of the base line to the GEO. 5.11''
i
*:as! used in procuring said signatures or In Suwanee county, two ; boundary line of Duval county; thence by 10 Spruce Street, New York City, l1q
marks. 'one the dividing line between Duval and Nas-
In'Lafayette county, ;
FOR SELECT LIST OF 1,000 NEWSPAPERS. 5t1't
E. B. HATCHER, In Columbia county, three;. sau counties to the mouth of Boggy creek,
J. N. LANG, In Alachu county,' four; the place of beginning. NEW, CHEAP.AND GOOD. '- S '
HENRY LLOYD, In Levy county, two; District No. 10-To commence at Stokes' e
L. P. TRACY, In Bradford county, two ; Ferry, on the St. Marys river; thence by E NGINES BOILERS .,SUa-
Boulogne, Fla., April 10, 1885. In Clay county, one ; the public road to Alachua trail ; thence by J.

STATE OF FLRIDA, In Baker county, one; the Alachua trail to range line No. 23; -NEW AND SECOND HAND.-V
COUXTY NASSAU. } In Nassau county, two, thence south by range line No. 23 to base
On this 13th OF day of April A. D. 1885, personally In Duval county, four; line ; 'thence by base line to Crosbey's bay ; ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES 1 ...

before me Allen B. Cady, In St. Johns county, two; thence by Deep creek: thence down Deep Coabbed Orange Des and 8Uac JIaehIaeEqle .
w me appeared who being duly sworn, In Volusia county, one; creek to the mouth. Bias, Saw Mill. Platters, ,Rettw. Ae

deposes and says, that each and every name In Orange county, two; District No. 11-To consist of all that por Ask for C Prices before baying.r :
Or mark affixed to the foregoing petition, In Putnam'county, two; tion of the county south thelinecommenc- t'80U MACH' CO. rECT &?-:: TIFE CULAfi: '

Ras the act and deed of the Party purportS In Marion county, two; ing at the mouth of Deep creek; thence by :ft P '-- NEVER'
to have signed the same, and that said In Salter county, two; said creek to Crosbey's bay to the base line ; 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a IN EvERi( .
signatures were signed in the presence of at In Hernando county, two; thence by the baseline to the dividing line (Write for Catalogue and,mention this paper.) OUT or ORDER.ND .
least two credible witnesses, and that there In Hillsborough county, two ; between Nassau and Duval counties. EQUAI's '

vas no fraud, bribery or deception in procuring In Polk county, one; The voting precinct of No. 1 is established JAMES McGIFFIN,

said signatures or marks of said persons In In Manatee Dade county county, one, one; ; at the court-house Fernandina. AND'BUILDER, NlWH iiHI IA. fIB(G

whose names appear signed to the In Brevard county, one ,The precinct of District ,No. 2 is, established CONTRACTOR -
foregoing ;
petition. at Amelia settlement, formerly J. Second and Third, .
In Monroe county, two; Alachua Street, between 30 UNION SQUARE.NEWYORK.
ALLEN B. CADY.
D. Vaughan's place, situated in section 15,
The attention of the Sheriffs is called to
Subscribed township 2 north, 28 east. FERNANDINA, FLA. .G t0AQ0 0' ANp4. ASt.A111zq -
and sworn to before me the the law requiring them to cause a notice of range MASS. OA
day and year first above written.C. said election to be published in a newspaper District No. The precinct is established ,1LL. BY :
H. BERG. printed in the county, if there be a paper in at School House No. 20, located on land Orders and estimates. from a distance care
Notary Public. the county, and if there be no paper pub- i deeded by W. F Wood to the Board of Pub- fully attended to. 25-tf :.

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 25, 1885.

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THE FLORIDA IIRHOI States, and in consequence, obtain I HOW TO BUILD UP FERNA1\'DI.NA. ".:. ,Lewis, of this city' and Mr.- Sam- William McKnew, 124 Fayette -st.

high prices before the markets be- In a very neat and attractive pub- uel Petty of,the Custom House, are Remedy'Baltimore is. Id.a ,good says:medicine."I believe It'Favorite

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. come supplied from the Northern lication scattered broadcast upon all also well known, and will have the me more good than anything I ever is doing teedand
t
I have tried
I Subscription 82 per year; six months SI. States. The grape will be followedby the steamers and railways, we find support of the Republican voters. a sufferer from dyspepsia.While'almost everything' furl.Fa.am'

.the Le Conte pear, which, it has the following notice of Jacksonville: Party lines (are about as strictly ite bladder Remedy'diseases is Ii specific V in stomach and or-
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor !it eqna
been shown, will produce abund- The streets of Jacksonville are by. nature drawn in this contest as at any time cases of bilious disorders. Constipation y valuable m
the loveliest in the South. Think.of street the bowels and all f
I RATES OF! ADYERTISING. antly in all the northern portion of after street lined with stately,spreading live heretofore, and we suppose we,oughtto ently inseparable frolll the the class constitution of: ills ap ar-r
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for
i Florida oaks, that blend and meet overhead: mak- be thankful that Mr. Petty and women.
each subsequent Insertion.
I Special local notices, 15 cents a line. With all these varied industries ing almost an arched and vaulted pathwayof his friends permitted the nomina- [From the Indianapolis -

Reading notices, 25 cents a line. belonging to the domain of horticul- everlasting green, in well nigh perpetual tion of a ticket much superior to Times.
Special rate for time advertisements upon appli shade. From these trees hang in rare grace An Interesting Letter

_ upon all matters local inter industry which will occupy the of long gray moss, and through the rifts in that source. From Mr. Harry-W. Olmstead,

eat solicited! from all parts of the county and from attention of large numbers of people their foliage peeps the softest, the bluest reader of"The Times." proof:

along the lines of Florida railways. who cannot well exclusivelyin and balmiest of skies. All over the city, in THE question of again openingthe The following letter is encouraging and

All communications intended for publication ; engage yard, park and streets, the orange trees laden New Orleans Exposition on November worthy of careful perusal, as it does, from
should be addressed to the Editor: all business raising oranges or early vegetables.
with their fruit the reliable
golden delight eye. so a source unsolicited. It
_ 1 is Notwithstanding
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR., being agitated. contains
Now all this might be truthfullysaid facts of great value:
FLORIDA FRUIT GROWING.An the expense that wouldbe
of Fernandina if our citizens INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct.1". is SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1885. extensive tour through the entailed during the five. months DR. DAVID KENNEDY lioundout .X. r.

interior has enabled us to make had a little more pride and public intervening between the closing and DEAR SiR-Fnr ten years I have been a
sufferer from disease
CONVENTION NOMINATIONS.The of the
spirit to improve our beautiful loca- kidneys, at
general tendency of the nominating some observations: upon the growing reopening of the building, in the times so much so as to make life a burden
this time
tion our broad streets naturally During several of the best :
industries of the and the : phni i
country
of insurance and
repairs police Indiana have
cians in
conventions, so far as we way treated me with little

have observed, has been to place in substantial character of its improve and favorably graded, and our advantages it is believed,that the enterprise maybe I or of'relief.no success I ,then until tried I had several almost despaired

for improvement naturallyso advertised
nomination prominent politicians.This ment. We doubt if any new coun- made to pay. remedies, but nothing produced the desired
settled under the much superior to those of our result until a friend who had been
try was ever same relieve
results from the cut and dried induced me to give DR. DAVID REXNEDY'S _
circumstances. The sister city. But who knows any- Notice to Teachers. FAVORITE
' pioneer stageof REMEDY
character of the convention machinery. Since the publication of the notice in last did After a trialI
settlement has in the of thing of Fernandina? What'publications so. taking one bottle I exn'eri-
case : week's issue I have received letter from relief. I took
We do not know that it a ence another and was charmed "
Florida been and the outside of its limits ever with the result. In nil, I
| jumped over Major Russell stating that the 5th day of have taken
be The in-
can helped. phlegmatic four bottles, and can
has been settled by peopleof describe its beauties and advantages? May was already set for an Institute in and I truly say I feel like i
| difference of the people country new man. am confident I am entirely
naturally
considerable who have. For all the public knows Fernan for Lafayette county, consequently he will cured as it has been several months since 'I
places the control of politics in the means, not have, any Teachers' Institute: in May; took the last medicine, and there is no indi-
dina is a sea-beach of white sand.It .
cleared land built houses cation of
of
. :' hands of the active men who for the plantedout but he promises to give us one the last weekin recommended a return the disease. I have
and to these is in no way advertised, pictured, your remedy to several suffering -
if
groves given new June, desired.I friends who have
love of management or for better or also been relieved,
parts of the country an appearanceof boomed, described, illustrated or will call the attention of our teachers to I write this to return my sincere thanks to

for worse reasons give their time brought into notice. It is not uncommon the Teachers' Institute to be held in Jack- you for the cure which has been effected in
and and it is
thrift prosperity; a case, and also desire to I
and attention to and my say think suff-
a + leadership con- sonville, for Duval, Baker. St. Johns, and
to hear the asked ering humanity owes debt
remarkable fact that lands on the question you a of gratitude
trol. This system finally generates Nassau counties. The private boarding- for your wonderful scientific discovery. I
of settlement held in a Jacksonville hotel or on a St. houses have reduce the shall do all that in lies
'independentism onthe of those verY lrontiers are agreed to rates of me to let all sufferers -
b M part higher in many localities than in Johns steamer: Where is Fernan- board to $5 each for the week, with a club know where! they may find relief and
who if they act honestly should ((thereby in some measure remunerate
i the older and really better portionsof dina? We hide our light under a of four in a room, and $6 each for two; and for the good you have done me. you

;?j: || have given their efforts to correct I very large bushel. We have a beau- the railroads and steamboats will give fair Wishing you long life and prosperity,and

E. 1, evils within their political organization the State. one way. No teachers who can should fail thanking you for prolonging my life I am
tiful location well'built town fine HARRY \
The has been a OLMSTEAD.
if orange production to avail themselves of the excellent advan-
possible. Dr. Kennedy, of Itondont
i X.
The election of delegates to the the mainspring of this rapid devel- drives, many objects of interest, good tages provided gratis by the State on this Y., assures the public, by a reputation

k Ten the whole walks, the sea beach within easy occasion. Respectfully, which he cannot afford to forfeit or imperil
constitutional convention presentedan opment. years ago that the Favorite Remedy" does invigorate
; ; L. W. HlGGINBOTHAM,
orange export of the State did not reach, facilities for bathing and rid- the blood cures Liver Kidney and
opportunity of selecting for this County Superintendent Schools.
Bladder complaints, as well as those diseases
and the of
: high office 'men of superior character reach 50,000 boxes. The estimated ing, opportunity makinga Callahan, Fla., April 21,1885. and weaknesses peculiar to females. J.L.
; the is most beautiful and attractive city. Horsey & Co. haveit.SEWING .
output during past season
.
who not officeseekers
; or ability are -
l St. Augustine is now crowded Notice for Final Discharge.
every
' one million of boxes. The fascinat-
The indifference
or politicians. MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST MACHINES
winter it has ten times the ,
At; of the people or the selfishness of ing character of this industry, its although publication of this notice I will presentto
hotel accommodations we have. the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES,
its increase of value
parties has preferred to follow ther' peculiar beauty, Nassau county, my final accounts and For Sale at Manufacturers'Prices
There is no conceivable reason vouchers executor of the of
old routine. "rethink there is and the relatively high value the as estate
a WILLIAM MARSON, deceased and ask for
a
why Fernandina should not become -ALSO.ATTACH"ENT8 -
"' has thousands of
of product brought final
pretty general understanding .
to in the one of the leading winter resorts of discharge.JOHN A. ELLERMANN, of every description and
what changes are desirable in the people engage planting or Executor. S for any Sewing Machine,

constitution, andthere: will no doubt purchasing of groves. The build- Florida. For a very large class of Fernandina. Fla., April 4, 1885.. 6m for-sale.
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visitors its climate would be
r' be good sense and wisdom enoughin ing of railroads into the interior, preferred 'Sheriffs Sale. '- -- -- ,fj: i-Old Machines repaired at modenlte
to 'that of the interior or the St. prices.
and into the southern
the convention to frame a fair espcially Y VIRTUE OF: AN EXECUTIONissued HENRY HOBEIN,
Johns river. Make it the fashion to B out of the Circuit Court of the
' ; and wise constitution. portion of the .State, has givenan Corner Third and Ash Streets,
"\ Fourth! Circuit Florida for Nassau County 8 Fernandina. Fla.
to Fernandina and
come can
almost exclusive purpose to you September 5th, 1867 in favor of Adam C.

Ll, FRUITS WE RAISE IN FLORIDA. the settlers to in keep half. a dozen large hotels full Dunham against Andrew M. Jones, I have
new engage or- : -U-STr
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levied upon as the property of said defend- ,
The orange crop having now all ange growing. The number of all winter. We can ,recollect when ant, and will sell at public auction on the MANUFACTURER OF

gone(; to market, other products are hardly fifty visitors could be foundat first Monday of April, 1885 in front of the
young groves now to be seen approaching court-house door in Fernandina, in said Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND
Y" 24 coining forward. We were surprised a bearing age is immense, one time in St. Augustine or county, to satisfy said execution,the following -

** to find that raising strawberries had in Jacksonville.Let property, to-wit: One undivided third DEALER IN
and the prospect is that the crop of twenty .. part of the tract of land, containing about !
l already become quite a prominent us to work individuallyand five hundred acres, more or less, known as
the present year will nearly double go PALLOR R OPF C COOK K !
;I and successful in Alachua the Suarrez: tract, situated on Amelia Island, a rmJ
* industry that of last year. collectively to bring Fernandina ''in said county, at a place called Black ,

and :Marion counties. One producer prominently forward. Let us improve !. roint, it being the land originally granted
The off of of the
falling prices by the Spanish Government and confirmedto
t ; in the neighborhood of Ocala has fruit during the last season was very our own premises, plant out the heirs of Antonio Suarrez and after-

' fourteen in cultivation and wards owned by Robert Harrison deceased ;
acres shade and fruit trees and beautiful
and will under the law of I
,1 great, also, one undivided third part of the one

dollars i supply and demand remain depressed shrubbery, make all of our streets hundred' and fifty acres of land adjoiningsaid
Suarrez tract which were purchased by
unless the fruit -is distributed sufficiently'.tftrm for driving, make said Robert Harrison, deceased, from JohnC.

# party has gathered and shipped 650 handled with all our walks smooth and firm, and Pelot, being a part of the James Pelot I
more judiciously, grant, the said undivided third part in each
-quarts from half an acre of land and greater care and sold with better make our town in every way attract- of said two tracts of land having been con- '

" ;is not quite through. They nett.in ive. Let our people speak well of veyed by Robert Harrison, Jr., an heir at :
judgment and discrimination. It is law of Robert Harrison, deceased, to said I'
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Northern markets about fifty or doubtful whether their city instead of criticising or defendant; also, a parcel of land on said
our orange growers Amelia Island, conveyed December 21st
f11 sixty cents, which gives a large have any encouragement to enlargethe depreciating it as the habit of some 1865, by Ephraim Harrison to aid A. M. S

k ]nofit. They are picked by women is, and we can make Fernandina a Jones, the deed being recorded in Book G,
at least for the
production ,
pres- pages 503 and 504. of the records of said
and children at a cost of from one ent. The number of new groves prosperous city. county, which land is there described as a Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
tract of land known as the Ephraim Harrison -
to two cents Thus
t1 quart. one
per coming into bearing will throw on share of the Samuel Harrison tract of iUDS
GOV.: BLOXHAM'S APPOINTMENT.The COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL ,
ki Ly one, Florida is ascertaining her the market an immense quantity of land, bounded on the north by Anna M.
appointment of Gov. Bloxhamas Clark's land, on the east by the Atlantic
1' capacity and advantages in every inferior thick-skinned fruit, and if Ocean, on the south by Robert Harrison's LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,

:$' department of production. Next to Minister to Bolivia will gratifyhis land and on the west by Half-Moon Creek,
all these groves continue to enlarge containing one hundred and fifty ex-
numerous friends in Florida acres WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
,
'p; the strawberry will come the varieties their production as they naturally cept the family cemetery of one acre.
p of Chinese and be regarded as strictly within ,J. A. ELLERMANN
3 peaches now being
; will, there are evidently groves the line off: President Cleveland's Sheriff Nassau County, Fla. DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
propagated to a considerable extent. at It' would be Fernandina, Fla., March 7,1885-td
enough present.
The Peen-to and Honey peach both policy of appointing good men to EfThe above sale is continued to the OX.
i well to subdivide existing first in 1885. AND IRON ROOFS PUT
groves Monday lay,
office. Gov.c Bloxham has the
TIN fallen.I
r'' .delicious small size fine won for Tin Gutters promptly .
peaches, and attention to the J. A. ELLRMANN, ;
give greater and of the Wind Mills for pumping water or running
regard respect people of Sheriff Nassau County.
,.: ;(flavor and very attractive. We can care and cultivation of the gro.esand Fernandina Fla., April 3,1885.NOTICE. light machinery promptly erected order.sale
place these early peaches in market the of the Florida by a faithful performance of Church Factory and School I Bells I for

improvement quality. duty and a careful and economical at a bargain.
abaut as soon as the blooms appearin Stoves'at Wholesale Prices.All
should be the ,
Small rule :
groves ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I-
administration of public affairs. The TO : goods delivered at the va lOuS.tr:1n-:
Northern peach trees, and their however. The groves of non-resi- Notice is hereby given that I have been portation stations within the city tree cu
fine flavor and appointment receives general com- appointed Administrator of all and singularthe cash.
delicacy insure charge. All sales for
a dents generally fare badly, as does mendation. goods, chattels, rights and credits of SECOND ::'TS.
William S. Rawson deceased and CORNER BROOME AND
all
cred-
good price. ;
;all business not looked after,by its itors of said estate, legatees and persons en- Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 188-t. _
We are not aware that ally effort owner. NASSAU COUNTY :NOMINATIONS. titled to distribution are notified to present

lias as yet been. made in the direction Florida] can and does produce the The proceedings q1(the Democraticcounty' their within claims two years and demands from this, date duly, and attested that, W. K. BAUKXIGHTtAGENT.

of the cultivated blackberry best fruit in the markets of the 'convention held at Callahan the same will be barred unless exhibited .

> world. 'We should aim to keep within said period aforesaid. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
and raspberry. There is no questionbut upa last Saturday selected as its nominees -
for the of FRED W. IWYT AND STOCK DEALER,
reputation production
that both will succeed and heremunerative. for the convention the Hon. AdministratorEstate BUTCHER ANDDealer
the best, and send no inferior fruit of William S. Rawson, dec'd.
Grape culture has to market. Hinton J. B aker of this city, and Fernandina, Fla., February 7,1884. 6w in Ice

reached a point much beyond, home --------- Col. William McWilliams and W. TENNESSEE BEEF.SPECIAL T
Gun arabic is rapidly rising in MERCHANT TAILOR.R. BROOM STREET I1ARF.
consumption for fruit.-an'; wine, but A. Mahonev.-Esq.: Callahan. These FLA.
,
the experiment has been sufficiently price. The average annual con- : ?are'jgentlemen' well known to the G. :McQUITTYHas l-tf FERXANDINA.

I tried to demonstrate that the establishing sumption is 9,000,000 pounds; the people of this county; and willreceive removed his business to the rooms over Kind Words for a Good Thing'- -
amount in market is only 4,000.000, the New York Bakery, on Centre street.' David Kennedy: My wife has used your
of. vineyards. will be a very the usual Democratic vote He has received an assortment of seasonable "Favorite Remedy" for General DebnlntY'
We pounds, and even if the war shouldbe of the goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto and Liver Complaint, and is getting strongand
profitable industry. can its
place over in a few months,. no part of county. make them 'up to suit. all tastes in the I, well. I can cheerfully recommend
our' fine grapes In market far ahead the new crop could be received in The Republicans nominated Hon. .best style. use in every family a* a family medicine.

of any other section of"the: United. Alexandria until next December. H. C. Baker, State Senator, Mr. C. Fernandina,23?"Repairing neatly done.12 184.' Yours with'gratitude.. WILLIAM Baltimore M1,*JMW :,.
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Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, 'o : S Centre Street ,;

Linon de Deccas, etc. '"; 0 :, ... FEKXAXDIXA, FLORIDA, '
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Behold This constantly on hand a fine assort- 1
\ i Big Space KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- 9
!II SUMMER SILKS J
gjc1DREss GOODS : I .. EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs I s

I "f. MODE BRO'S have sold their stock down

so.-low that they were compelled to send ., and Chemicals I :
NUN'S VEILING, GINGHAMS, SEERSUCKERS, ETC. heir Mr. I. A. MODE to visit the Northern r.:

and Eastern markets, to select for their already Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,

Laces Embroideries 1 Hamburg Edgings- Colored in and the White e Goods.; SPECIALs well-established, trade AN ENTIRE: Proprietary and :Fancy Goods, J i

., NEW Spring stock in every department .

A FINE LINE OF NEW FOR MEN, YOUTH AND { which they will enumerate in the next r FINE TOILET ARTICLES, i

AND SUMMER CLOTHING BOYS ; ELEGANT CUT ,, issue. Taking advantage of the lateness of
SPRING
AND FINISH. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. HEADQUARTERS FOR GEN- <. the season,and the very'low prices at which ,' PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ET.,

TLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS FOR BROWNING, KING manufacturers are closing out their Spring .
FIT GUARANTEED. and Summer Goods, they will be enabled in IN GREAT VARIETY.
& CO. CUSTOM MADE TO ORDER;
; :', this instance to bring to this market the -
DOMESTIC GOODS I Linen Sheetings, Towels and I l HOSIERY AND GLOVES, "- Physicians'rescriptions
DOMESTIC GOODS I Towelings, at Wholesale Prices. \ UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, largest and cheapest stock of Goods ever ., .JIi 3
at l low prices. 25S*FANCY MATTINGS at Special Bargains. A large stock of Ladies, : brought to Florida. Examine their low carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

Gents' and Misses' BOOTS AND SHOES at less than regular prices. :, prices before buying. ..:.: reasonable prices. s ;
attended to and all orders amounting to ten dollars and '
$3f Orders by mail promptly MODE O's 3 "_f*psfc-i g
over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. ; r' *r c.C....r jP Ho'S.p .
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of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK I t SEA ISLAND ROUTE.F; i
ONE ltY THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- I++f++++++++-r+++++-I-++++1-H-+ +rtE+a Et+++++++-F++++i-+++
sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. i
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernamlina and New GEORGIA AND FLORIDA J\
York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF t
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. NEW SPRING GOODS. Inland Steamboat Co. I
The traveling public are offered the advantages of DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA &' JACKSONVILLE RAIL- I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment of (
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers.to all points on the ST. :Spring Goods ever brought to Fernandina, consisting of Colored NO HEAT!-NO DUST! i I'I'Bt

JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: 'and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT Silks, Black'Silks, Fancy and Plain Parasols,Nun's Veiling, Cash-
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RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
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THROUGH KILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For turesque Sea Islands. Is :
PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS
freight, passage rates and schedules, or further information, apply to ,

R. IV. SOUTHWICK, Agent, A PERFECT SERVICE.THE .-* I
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons _

C. H. MALLORY & CO., Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to i i
Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- IRON STEAMER,
be found in a well-appointed dry goods establishment. Special
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attention i is directed to my large and varied assortment of

GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. 1m



EL E. DOTTERER, MEN_AND BOYS' CLOTHING, .... : ii I 4'


INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF the and which I MARY MORGAN I ION
which cannot be beaten in city, am selling at ,

!I* *| > astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at one-half.
+- the cost. Also, a large variety of Gents' Underwear and Furnish- AND AFTER MARCH 29th, I

1i iiTi3FAMILY GROCERIES ing Goods of every description. Will LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday -
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-HI I LEAVES SAVANNAH, foot of Lincolnst.
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Passengers North-bound connect at Savannah -
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF with Rail and Steamship Lines; and I
for Men, Ladies and Misses of all sizes, at low prices. In Domestic South-bound Passengers reaching Savannah
Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and will not be by Rail or the Ocean Steamship Company I,
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. from New York and Boston, or Boston it
undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my! specialties. Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the :
Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEWRNISHING Morgan'with the Florida Railway & Navigation t
1-352: ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS Company for .

GOODScomprising ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA, JI J

PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES. J

everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give me a
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ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AND )MEXICO. ,
call. All orders by: mail promptly attended to, at

For tickets apply to Leve
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COFFEES P. W. SIMMONS, Agent,
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WILLIAMS. ,Gen. Ag't,
THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.NEW Savannah, Ga. f
A. o. MACDONELL,
CENTRE STREET, Gen.Pas &Ticket Agent .

GOODS Received by Every Steamer. Fernandina,Fla.

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THE* FL6iCilX: 'Mfl 1.OR : :-:APRIL 25 1585.-

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GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Shuler. I
Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson.': WHOLESALELt.ND RETAIL.
I United States Officers. Santa Fe.Superintendent.

''LAND SVILLE.f of Schools-L. B. ,Rhodes, MADISON COUNTY.
OFFICE, GAIN
radi-
Starke. CountyJudge-R. }I. Witherspoon,
A. Barnes Gainesville. Sr* ?!E 3s 33S2sSs =fegi5=j=S3SSi SSTS Sjr-5.-
ileguter-L. son. I'
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. i 1 BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff-S. A. Parrimore, Madison.
SurveyorGeneralDISTRICT- {J County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Clerk-John 31. Beggs, Madison '/iS S B 5 tf 2 OTVS*! SWSSSS

COURT. Point. Superintendent of'Schools-Samuel J. Perry,
Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Madison .
Thonias Settle Jacksonville.:
Judge j
Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point.
Jarlwl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. i f County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison.
_ Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. i vard Collector County.of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig;Bre Collector of Ret'enue-.B.. D. Wadsworth,
Madison.
INTERNAL REVE ';E. Superintendent of Schools M. E. English, -
COUNTY.
Collector S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. \ Titusville. MANATEE
CALHOUN. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith. Manatee.SheriffA. .
_ John W. Howell Fernandina. Clark.
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County Judge William S. Watson, Pine Level.
Edwin Jacksonville.John .
Higgins, Clerk-James S. Fannin.
Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, IP t
F. House, St. Augustine. S/teriff-Joseph S. Stone. Popash. saI
i Trea&urer-J. P. Richards. S
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Schools-Felix J. Seward
Superintendent of -Uii&fl
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State Officers. Collector of Ret'euue-Joel P. Atkins. Pine Level. _
Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Coxwell.CLAY Ht. -
:MARION EXECUTIVE DEPARTM \T. COUNT. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. '

Governor-Edward A. Perry,Tallahassee. County Judge J. T. Copeland, Orange Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. c Fr -
Lieuten4nt- Governor-Milton H. Mabry, Park. fjheritf-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala.
Leesburg. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Collecor of Rei''cnue'v. F. Trantham, 1Lt.

Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Ocala.
lahassee. Springs. Superintendent Schools M. L. Paine, ..

Vomptroller-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. r Fort McCoy. -
Treasurer-E. S. Cr1l.AttorneyGeneralC. Superintendent of Be/LOOls-It. W. Davis, :MONROE COUNTY. "-10.';: """'- ,. : '
L. Mitchell, Tallahassee. = ,-:" = -
Middleburg. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron Key West. -;-= .
COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West. ". Jijll'
Commissioner of Lands- County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr.;Lake City. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. IOUTH"us.co.HY-4Sr ."._ 'V'"

Superintendent of Public Instruction-A. J. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Retenue-Mason S. Moreno,

Russell, Jacksonville. Sheriff,( J. W. Perry, Lake City. Key West. ..
Adjutant-General-David Lang. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key A. B. N'OYES,

_,, iji SUPREME COURT. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, West.
$1 : I Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter. Lake City. NASSAU COUNTY. DEALER IX
Hinton Baker Fernan-
County Judge- J.
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Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- DADE. dina.

hassee. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES
Associate Justice-11. B. Van Valkenburgh, Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. ,
Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina.
3 .Jackson"ille. Win. M. Mattaur.
Tallahassee. Sheriff Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer- Hay and: Grain Ship Stores
s Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. ,
Collector of Ret'elUte-'Ym. H. Benest.
+ CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer-

$_ ; \ First Circuit?-Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,

sacola. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-L. W. lIi;gin- I
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. sonville. botham Callahan. CROCKERY, HARD'VAREVI, '

. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. County Treamrce Gustnv Stark, Fernan- ..
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Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. dinu.
f Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. Prices Low as the Lowest.

ville. sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando .
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., Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- Collector of Revenue Moses .7. Brown, Clerk-thos. J. Shine. Orlando. I X. I 1:;.' corner Centre and Second Sis, Fcriiuiidiiia, Fla.
w ville. Jacksonville. Collector of Ret'C1Ltle-F. T. Hardman, Or-
i Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. --
Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- lando. -- ---"-------- -----
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. sell Jacksonville. Superintendent of ScJiools-John T. Beeks, ,
Fort Reid.
ESCAMBIA.
Ct urt Calendar Suiveyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando.
C. Shackelford.
n County J/llge-X. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox.
; FIRST CIRCUIT. Clerk-F. E. de la Rua.
'.i4 f( Fall Term- =W. II. Hutchinson. POLK.
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Sheriff Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Julge-J. A. Fortner. SP Ft. :I: c;. C> E; 1'1"I: : Gr

Walton, 4th Monday in October. Collector of Ret'entteIan Palmes. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.

Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-N.,M. Scarritt. Sheriff W.M. Bowen. -AT-
in October. Treasurer-F. F. Beville.
'' Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday FRANKLIN. Collector of Ret'cnue-J. D. Filles. w J. LOHMAN'S.

in October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. :McCrary.
a Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. A. Atkins. PUTNAM COUNTY.
October. Sheriff S. A. Floyd.
p Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
I HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY NEW AND SPACIOUS STORE,
Clerk W. F. Forward Palatka.
'4j This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- Collector of Revenue George A. Patton. ,

ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. CORNER OS SIXTH:: .A. TD ASH STREETS' :: ,
Term. Collector of Retenue-Joseph Price.
Spring .
a ,: THIRD CIRCUIT. GADSDEN. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
Hams.
Countg Judge-J. R. Strickland.
Term-
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xl Spring
' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. TAYLOR COUNTY.CountyJudgeW. .
Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell.
I April. Treasurer-A. M. Smith. H. Parker, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
Madison 2d in Green B. Weaver ,
a Monday April. Collector of Ret'enue-R.l\I. Morgan. Sheriff Perry.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
Schools-C. E. L. Allison.
; Suwariee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner; CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,

in April. HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry. .. ? -
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. County 7reasurer-D. S. Sutton,Perry. COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACINGALL :
in April. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. THE
K Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
in April. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. SANTA ROSA.
r Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIESFOR
Chain.
County Judge-John
, Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in of Schools-J. W. Reed,
Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
; ; October. Jasper. Treasurer Robert Robinson. THE SPRPNG AND SUMMER TRADE.
Madison, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY.
Collector Revenue-W.J. Williams.
{ Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Superintendent of of Schools-David Tinner.ST. $& )1'): PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VALUED -
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ville. COMMAND WILL HAVE: MY PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION.
in October. JOHN'S COUNTY.
Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff J. Mickler, Brooksville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- W. J. LOH9IAN, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.

October. Collector of Revenue-F.M. Hedich,Brooks- tine.ClerkBartolo
iJ # Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday ville. F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. ,

s .in October. Superintendent of Schools-A.M.C. Russell, Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine.
FOURTH CIRCUIT Fort Dade. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
r ft Spring Term- St. Augustine. -
#LfT' St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. THE CELEBRATEDWOOTON

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

aker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, DESKS.
' Collector Revenue W. J. Martin.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. of Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.

; I Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. IIO:'MFS. Sheriff J; S. Dyches, Leesburg.

fall Term- County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, -
v -' = SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Sumterville. I -

4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-' _
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October.
Sumterville.
Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. ston,
, Baker, 2d Tuesday in October.
Collector Retenue-'Villiam Tucker.
of
3d in SUWANEE COUNTY. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
October.
F Nassau Tuesday
SclLOol.s-'Vhitnell
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Curry. County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live J
JACKSON. 0, WITH THEM.
u FIFTH CIRCUIT. Oak.ClerkRobert
r Spring Term County Judge-George F. Baltzell. A. Reid, Live Oak.

Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Frank Philips. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. .
Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,
Putnam 2d after 4th in Treasurer-James E. Hearn. Welborn.
Tuesday Tuesday
t; March. Collector of Ret'enue-John B. Anderson. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones No. 8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of ordinary

1 March.Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of JEFFERSON.Schools-SamuelJ. Erwin. Live Oak. VOLUSIA COUNTY. construction when, for slight

,;' Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- L __ additional cost you can have

,ii. in April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, :Monticello. prise. _- the benefit of our improvements
Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
t Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. .,, ? Awkward closets and
Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise.
Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Schools W. R.
Superintendent of Taylor withWe'substitute
Ke side drawers done away
wi Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Collector of 'enue-P. N. Bryan, Glen r

Putnam 2d Tuesday in November. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Cove. E r t' .M b i pl revolving cases
:W\! Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, which swing with a slight

f\l\\ \ Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise. a; .' l i. touch of the hand and are
tfstf WAKULLA COUNTY. wT
in November.
ticello. u """ '' double
:u. ; thus enabled to furnish
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville.
Spring Term- Sheriff-Charles Alligood. Crawfordville. i k a -- the space generally given on
W. J. Dixon New
County Judge- Troy.
Orange, 4th Monday in January. sheriff-J. J. Johnson Old Town. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. -- -- s_ each side; and when cases are
.a l Volusia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, open, the whole interior i3
L Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Crawfordville.
Dade,3d Monday in April. Superintendent of ScJiools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- hooded with light and all

i ,loll Term- fordville. No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached without
Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock New
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy.County Collector of Ret'euue-R. McMillan,Craw- change of position. A variety of rotary'cases are offered for selection, and applied to

Volusia Brevard, 2d 4th Monday Monday in in September.September.Dade Old Collector Town. of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, fordville. WALTON. the Desk as wanted. We apply this;principle tola; great variety of desks.

2d in November. County Judge-Daniel McLeod Sr.
Monday ,
Assessor of Taxt.-David R. Townsend,
Clerk-D. G. McLeod.

County Officers. New Troy. LEON COUNTY. Sheriff--J. W. Campbell. 11111 1--.11J1:3: : TaEWOOTON
Treasurer-James S. Bowers.
ALACHUA. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector ofRelenue-'V. B. McLeod.
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of ScJioola-Jno. C. Douglas.WASHINGTON. Cabinet Office SecretaryThe .

ville. Clerk-C. A. Bryan,Tallahassee. .
', C'l.er1.-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel,
Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Tallahassee. County Judge -Wm. B. Jones.

Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-J. E. Skipper. most spacious and elegant desk ever presented

ville. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff-E. P. Melvin. to the business public. One hundred and
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats hassee. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
under
Gainesville. Collector of Retenut-Jobn Roche. ten compartments, as shown in cut, all
LEVY COUNTY.
BAKER COUNTY. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent. of Schools_ -D. H. Horn.LIICY Q one lock and key. Especially [adapted for Merchants Offi-

County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Sheriff J. 8. Parker, Bronson. l Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad

Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Revenue-H. B. Barco,, Cedar COTTAGE. ; cials and Professional Men generally.

Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. 'Key.Superintendenzt. ,, '
Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- : of Schools-J. B. Menden- Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, p..a. + p.
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derson. hall, Bronson.
Superintendent of 8chooJas. D. Chalker, LIBERTY. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Wooton Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :

11 Sanderson. County Judge-".. J.Solomons.) Offers well furnished withor
pleasant
BRADFORD COUNTY. rooms, WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
Clerk-W. W. Jeter. withoutboard. Table Boarders will be
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. 'Sheriff R. F. Hosford. accommodated also transient. I I

Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. 2 Miss; LUCY 0. THOMPSON. RICHMOND, :IND., II. S. A.











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I ., ',(.. -... ',.'. .. ,. .RAILROADS. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
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'r, ;;;.} :'. 'z ';r1:, Waycrbss.'. and Pullman Palace Sleeping
RONItiN B IIOM E MANUrMTURE S : : { > CENTRAL & WESTERN
PAT ';: Y..' CARD ; DIVISION. Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati..
TIME
< -4' rJ'y-.t, or THE (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Connections at .Atlanta with Western and

-. "./j r;f, .>.J'f': ,, j. ..,,...... '".,,.,"'. FLORIDA RAILWAY &NAYIGAHOS COflPAH. WESTWARD.No.1. Atlantic and..FJ\s. 'Tennessee, Virginia and

:'. ;'-1; '!!'!;:,'.: ,;'.; .. .. -- .' ,No3. Georgia Northwest.sf.Railroads *for. all- points, West and.
Day Pass Night Pass
; oj f-ti.'IJ '::>"1r _'.': ::," ,' 'In Effect January SSth, 1885. Leave Jacksonville.' ....... 7.30am .3.55pm EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.

:;. :': ':,:>:'2:! '. Arrive Baldwin .......:..... 8.11 a m 4.39 p m Leave Jacksonville'daily: at! ........-.. 8:50 pm

:: ',... .. !.,); ." ', TRANSIT' & PENINSULAR DIVISION, .; Leave Baldwin........... 8.16am 4.43pm Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..., 7:00 a m ,
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(FEBNANDIN.V, CEDAR KEY.) Lake City-......S.v9.47.ain 6.40pm Arrive! at Callahan daily at.......... 9:41 p m \
(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Live Oak..10.31 am 7.43pm Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10. a m

GOING. SOUTH. Madison :...........11.57am 9.15pm Leave Gainesville! daily at............ 5.55 p m I
WILLIAMS & SWANN Day Pas. Nt Pas. Monticello.........12.40 pm' Leave Live Oak dailyat .............. 8.50 p m
:FLORIDA n MIRRO$ A.M. P.M. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27pm R Arrive at DuPont dally at.............11:05 pm f

Leave Fernandina...............-.10.25 5.30 Leave Tallahassee.......- 2.32 p m 12.00 n't Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 6:45 a m'
SUCCESSORS OF THE Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.10 Quincy.............. 3.34pm 1.22am 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

Florida Land & Immigration Co., Leave Callahan....................11.52 7.40 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:25 a m
i I Leave Dutton; .................. ....12.22 8.20P. EASTWARD.No.. 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
Offer on easy terms, or for cash, Leave Brandy Branch.........12.38 8.38 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 a m Arrive at Charleston: daily at..12:45 p m d

Arrive Baldwin..12.55 9.05 Quincy -............12.20 p in 2.07 am Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville i
Leave Baldwin..................... 1.00 10.00 Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27pm 3.36pm to Louisville via Thomasville. 1
375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville..................... 1.30 10.30 Leave Tallahassee ......_ 1.34 p m 3.48 p m Connections\ at Montgomery with Louisville I I
Leave Highland..................... 1.48 10.51 Monticello-........ 2.30pm and Nashville Railroad for New
Leave Lawtey......................- 2.02 11.12 Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm Orleans and Texas points and the West and t t" 1 i
Leave Temple's...................... 2.18 11.35 Live.Oak........... 5.39pm 8.33am Northwest. At Savannah with Central
Pine Lands
BOOK HINDER Hammock and on Leave Starke.......................... 2.42 11.45 Lake City-........, 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Railroad of Georgia for all points West and t t

A.M. Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01pm 11.26am Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Railway !
and adjacent to the Railway from Leave Thurston..................._ 2.54 12.05 Leave Baldwin ......... 8.08pm 11.31am for all points North, with steamships !
Arrive W.aldo..r......... 3.14 12.35 Arrive.Jacksonville: ..... 8.50pm 12.16pm for New York, Philadelphia, Boston and t 1
Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar Leave 'V aldo................. ..;.... 3.25 1.15 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will Baltimore. At Charleston with steamships
Leave Gainesville.................. 4.05 2.20 not run west of Tallahassee but for New York. Philadelphia Baltimore I fi I
Key on the Gulf of Mexico. No Leave Arredondo.................. 4.23 2.45 will run :Mondays. Sundays, Through Tickets sold to all: points by Rail .. ,

Leave Palmer........ .......';....... 4.34 2.58 and Steamship connections, and Baggage .
,'4HAVING .- ','.' lands.in Florida arc more desirablefor Leave Archer........................ 451 3.27 ST. MARK'S BRANCH. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths !.}j

Leave Bronson............-......... 5.21 4.15 Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00am and sections secured at Company's office inAstor's
Oranges Peaches Melons, and Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.00 5.05 Arrive Waknlla.......... .................. 9.05 a m Building, 84 Bay street and at De- .
Leave Rosewood ........ ........... 6.33 5.55 pot Ticket Office and on board People'sLine
Arrive St.Iark's.: .. ....................... 9.30am '
none containing Arrive Cedar Key.........i........ 7.03 6.35 Leave St. :Mark's........... ......... .....10.00 a. m Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
early Vegetables; and JENNIE LANE.
ESTABLISHED A BOOK GOING Arrive Waknlla-..........................10.25 a m

in connection with our better and more accessible bodies of NOKTH.Day Pas Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee,.......................11.30 a m General JAS.Passenger L. TAYLOR.Agent.A. .

A.M. P.M. M. IVES, A"ent.
Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE Yellow Pine Timber as also the Leave Cedar Key.................. 7.30 7.30 CONNECTIONS.At .

:MANUFACTURE Leave Rosewood.................. 8.02 8.10
AX> Florida Southern
valuable Hard Woods and Red Leave Otter Creek................. 8.30 8.55 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Railway Co. il
more Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.12 9.55 all points North and East; with the Fernan- :
Leave Archer ........................ 9.43 10.30 dina &; Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING .
Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Palmer ...... .................. 9.58 10.49 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on

Leave Arredondo.................10.12 11.06 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. SOUTH.
ranges for cattle and sheep, and no Leave Gainesville.................10.36 11.36A. At Baldwin with Florida Transit &; Pen- Mail. Gainesv'lc
M. insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- Leave Jacksonville, Express.
ALL KINDSOF lands in the State are in a more sat- Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.18 12.30 nandina; Cedar,Key, and all Gulf Ports. via J.T.& K.W..R'y.12.48pm .........

Leave Waldo..........................11.32 2.00 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00 a m
isfactory shape for successful coloni- Leave Thurston..11.55 2.30P. &; Western Railroad.At Leave J. T & K W J'n.. 2.50 pm.........
M. Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch Arrive" Interlachen-.... 3.36 pill 7.25 a mWaifs

zation or resale by capitalists.For Leave Starke.........................12.30 2.50 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- 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

further information and terms Leave La wtey.._....................12.53 3.22 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Gainesville..... 5.351 m 11.05 a m
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.. .. cola & Railroad for Micanopy. 4.30 p m ,
Leave Highland........... ... 1.11 3.45 Atlantic Marianna. Pen- "
Lochbie .........
Leave Maxville...................... 1.29 4.15 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, 5.15 p m 10.12 a m
@BLANK BOOKSFOR address Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.50 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, Reddick.......... 5.27 p m 10.25 a m > S ;t
Ocala............. i"
Leave Baldwin..................... 1.56 5.40 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa- 6.05 p m 11.05 a m 8rl
SWANN Welshton ......
& 6.31
WILLIAMS Leave Brandy Branch...... ...... 2.15 6.00 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. p m 11.32 a m t ;
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 1;
FERNANDINA, FLA. Arrive Callahan.................... 3.00 6.50 all points West. S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 pill 12.03 p m
Conant........... 7.10 12.13
Leave Callahan.................._. 3.15 7.20 For information respecting routes, rates, p m p m 1 '
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Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.07 8.16 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Lady.Lake. 7.13pm 12.17pm r
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v." .'{:f' :I ,.":, ',r. Arrive Fernandina................. 4.35 8.50 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack Leesburg 7.35 p m 12.40 p m t

l ': -' : $&- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; sonville. GOING NORTH.
:.: Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths Leave Leesburg.......... 7.30 a m 1.40 p m t j
DBA.HjS-O-A.3DS: __...;.. 'h-: ,,,,'" secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, Arrive Lady Lake...... 7.52 a m 2.02 p iu .
\, :;. and at new office southwest corner of Bay Conant............ 7.55 a m 2.06 p m i
DIVISION.
: ',- ." l" ;';'' t ,r, ';''''!'''t" '.: 'and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. S: Lake Weir... 8.03 a in 2.15 p m I
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< ". : ( (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) A. o. MACDONELL, N. Lake Weir,.. 8.10 a m 2.22 p m ;

STEAMBOATS, .; -. GOING Gen'l Ticket and .Agent, Welshton........ 8.34 a in 2.48 pm. 3

'. ::- '..t'l' :. ;1"-: \.; 1I .. ...,-:. SOUTH.Day Pas.Nt Pas. Fernandina, Fla.C. h Ocala............... 9.00 a m 3.17 p m '!
'lJ :'.", ',,1, t f.1' -.it' "a -'. /, P.M.- ,A.ai ,Yo MAXWELL, Reddick......_... 9.38 a m 3.57 p m \ 1 1h
:: \\rt': ,.' ... ::"-'- ? ':" ''Leave ,, aldo......................... 3.20 ;l'.00Leave :Master of Transportation, Lochbie........... 9.50 a m 4.09 p m T

MERCH.A.NTS, ...mjl',, ,'.,..... Dixie............................ 3.39 1.30 Baldwin. Fla. Micanopy........ ......... 7.50 pm.
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v._>f ., 0>;.... Leave Hawthorne............. ...- 3.54 1.50 D. E. MAXWELL, Gruelle ..........10.20 a m 4.40 p m ; '

.," Leave Lochloosa................... 4.12 2.20 General Superintendent Gainesville ......11.15am 5.15pm : 1 zWait's
;; rHn Leave Citra.......................... 4.34 2.0 Fernandina Fla. .. C ross'..,,....11.50 a III 5.40 p m I }

BANKS, ETCALSO Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.48 3.09 Interlachen ....11.30 a in 6.42 pm.t I. t

Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.25 Savannah Florida &Western R'y. JT&KWJ'n.l2.15pm ........- t,' ;
Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.37 3.35 Palatka..........13.30 p m 8.00 p m I 1'
'Leave Ocala................. ........... 5.58 4.17 Jacksonville v. ,, 3 ?
,THE FLORIDA WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 JT&KWBy 2.10 pm......... 141;.
Leave Oxford ........................ 6.55 5.27 On Sundays a fast passenger train will be Ii.
All trains of this road Central
rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 5.55 are run by run, leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m.. connecting ; ,
Meridian time which is 33 minutes
Leave Leesburg..................... 7.50 6.55 ((90th) with train for Leesburg at Gruelle. g :
slower than Jacksonville time.
Arrive Tavares...................... 8.20 7.25 Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connecting :
Fernandina, with train from Leesburg at Gruelle, i. '
GOING NORTH. N and after March 18 1885
Sunday ,
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O ;iand arriving at Palatka at 6.30 in.
p.
A.) P M Trains will leave and arrive..as .
Towns R. Line. Passenger J-
on R. I Leave Tavares........................ 6.25 5.20 follows: |' 0. W. BROMWELL 1 ,:

MUS I C MA GtiNENVI1h1! A RRS And Cedar Leave Leesburg..................... 6.55 6.08 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. General Pass. Agent. I
Key Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.25 7.10 I i I SHERMAN CONANT,
Leave Jacksonville at-........ 7:30
Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 : daily a m r General Manager. "I: t..
Arrive at Jacksonville-daily at...... 8:00 p m
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.52 7.49 ;
I :Arrive Callaahn at............ 8:08
Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 8.50 at daily a m ;l$5 ELECTRIC LIGHT \ '
Arrive at Waycross daily at;..........10:00 a m \ I"j j
-AMI>- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53
Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 m
Leave Anthony Place.....i...... 9.25 9.36 p
Arrive at........ 3:30 /j
at
number of the most eligible and desirable Leave Spa rr's.......................... 9.38 9.53 Bainbridge daily p m Ox receipt of $5 we r r-=== I
Arrive at Chattahoochee at... 3:50 m ..
Leave ..Citra........................... 9.53 10.16 daily p will send you an Elec- ; .- '
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PEBIODIOALS: : Arrive at Pensacola daily at..... .10:05 p mArrive tric Lamp. Burglar :::: : t "
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Leave Lochloosa10.15 10.46 at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m Alarms $1. Call Bells / \
Leave Hawthorne..................10.37 11.15 ..... '"
Arrive at New Orleans dailvat. 7:45 a m
City or Suburban Residences, Leave Dixie.........................10.55 11.40A.. Arrive at Savannahdaily at......... l:24Jp m $1., Telegraph ElectricGasLighter Instru- .

) Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 6:50 m II '
:..... 12.15 p ments, Medical Batte- .
Arrive Waldo... .. .... 11.20 ; iC
UPON EASY TERMS. Arrive! at Washington daily, except = ; ries, &c. -
BOUND in ALL STYLESAND O-Day Passenger daily except Sunday ; Sunday, at ..............:......... 3:40 p m "In regard to your new Electric Light :i! I
Night Passenger daily. Arrive at New, York daily, except we think you will be exceedingly successful tin

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Sunday, at....................-........10:05: p m securing its universal adoption. \
F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Pullman buffet sleeping cars on this train Yery truly yours MINER &; REDFIELD, I
ATREASONABLE- parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- Jacksonville to Washington. 737 Broadway, N. Y."
(FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests 4
rial enterprises, who will erect on the property GOING SOUTH. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- of your new Electric Light. I believe you
A. M. F. M. cola Mobile New Orleans. Texas. all trans- will find no difficulty in bringing it into {
purchased substantial improvementsfor Leave Fernandina................11.10 5.10 Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns- general use. Eastern Man.
PRICESSEND Leave Hart's Road..11.43 5.37 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia ern Lumberman." HENRY
residence, or in which to conduct their P.M. B.'& W. R. R. at 1.13 p..m. "We take pleasure in stating "Northwest'I'I
% Arrive Jacksonville.....-......12.50 6.35 Pullman Buffet Sleeping' Cars on this we made of your Electric Light ,

business. GOING NORTH. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile fectly satisfactory. You will have a large .
A. M. PM. and New Orleans. and ready. sale. Yours truly If
INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Jacksonville................ 8.45 2.30 Pullman Palace..Sleeping Cars Jackson- RICHARDS & Co,
Leave Hart's Road.................. 9.43 3 42 ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue N.Y." '
by. exemption for a term of years from Arrive Ferhandina................10.10 12 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- The above testimonials explain them- ,
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Trains daily except Sunday. ville to St. Louis via Waycross. selves. i
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taxation offered the several cities and J
by
SUNDAY EXCURSION. ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS. WE WANT A NUM3ER OF LIVE AGENTS. \'

Leave Jacksonville... .................. 9.10 a. m. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:55 p m G. W. FOSTER & CO.,
towns. Apply to i Arrive Fernandina.....................10.33 a. m. Arrive at Jacksonville'daily at...... 1:00 p m 45-3m 21 Park Row. N. Y. !J,

CHAS. W. LEWIS, I Leave Fernandina....................... 4.00 p.m. Arrive Callahan daily at............ 2:35 p m Notice or Insolvency. t
2- IN YOUR WORK- Beach &Fernandina.7th sts. Arrive Jacksonville.................... 5.25p.m. i Arrive at Waycross daily at............ 4:20 p m .
pj'Office, cor. ; COUNTY COURT, Nassau County,
Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:55 p m IN ad-
Florida Whereas Fred W. Iloyt,
CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 8:16 p m : "
ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson f
This train at all local stations be-
stops
having
aforesaid
: deceased late of the county -
FERNANDINA, FLA., Jacksonville and Savannah.FAST .
tween
filed in the office of the County Judge
Fernandina i
With New York and Steam-
MAIL. said written suggestion of the I
of county, a
ship Line froni New York on Tuesday, and -
for New York on Thursday. I Leave Jacksonville daily at............ 2:30 p m insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby !
With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:00 in given to all persons having claims or demands '
and Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 3:10 p m of any nature whatever against said- f
Brunswick
CURTIS' CO. daily except Sunday.AT
Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m estate, to file the same duly' authenticated I
"' CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jesiip daily at................ 6:38 p m in the office of the County Judge of said :
R EAL ESTATE AGENTS, and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m county, on or before the 13th day of October : t

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ft1\fA. 'S. .QEORGIA.. and all points NGrthand: West-, ', daily.AT Arrive at Charleston daily at-....... 1:53 a m A. D. 1835, at which time there \\11.1 be 1 'S
HAWTHORNE,. Arrive at Washington D. C., daily-11:45 p m a pro rata payment to creditors entitled 3

Loans procur.e4,-)f.ortgages. negotiate.. dcx- To and from Palatka daily except. Sunday... Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m thereto and the Administrator discharged. : i i'Vitn'ess
.changes effected. "" WILDWOOD. i Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars. my hand and 'seal as County !
Mill S ices,..Town. Lots from .25 feet to .4 With Stage Line AT to and from Brooksvilleand Jacksonville to New York without change. Judge of said county, this 10th day of !' ,
acres, Lands and Plantations fr m'5.to 5,000 Sunday.AT Passengers for Brunswick take this train April, A. D. 1805. t
EOTII Tampa daily except
IX STYLE AND PRICES. II. J. BAKER,
acres for sale. (via B. (W. ll)'.), arriving at Brunswick at \
been selectedas CEDAR KEY, FLA., County Judge.
N. B.- St. Mary's having 8:21 ni.
the terminus of the Atlantic&Mississippi With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key p. JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. Fernandina, A pri111, 1885. Gmo
West and Havana, Saturday; for New I Ir
every
Canal (under the survey made for Government at ......... 6:56 m
Jacksonville daily
from West and Leave p Deeds.
,. by General Gillmore), charters for the Orleans every Friday ; Key Warranty and Mortgage
from New Orleans Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m
Address .. . construction of which having been grantedby Havana Saturday.every Friday: Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 7:55 p m E'lNEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN. '
: the United States Government and the every With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10:25 p m sent upon receipt of 2-cent

FLORIDA MIRROR Legislatures of.Georgia and Florida, a large for and from .Key. West. Mondayand Arrive at Jesup daily at...............:12:35 a m stamp. Address i
increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe and Manatee Monday Arrive at :Macon daily at._............ 8:20. m FLORIDA :MIRROR.
FLA.I confidently looked for." (See New York 'I Thursday; for Tampa .. -. ._ og Fernandina,.Fla. 1 1I
and Arrive at Atlanta daily. at............12:30.p ra. .
Friday. 1F
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FLOttlDA: MIRROR : APRIL 25, 1885. ". .. .." ,

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. A Beautiful Present. Dr. J. ,D. Palmer, of'this city, who was Inspectors of Election.At .,'...:, Ie> .,,"".1, .,..jo.,. ".",,.. .... '.-',..,, -
Last week the officers and crew ,of the the attending physician upon the late F, S. a meeting of the Board of County ,' "' ".'J"1,." <<"."",',' ."'f. "--"f.>'"-lfi,,' '''.;;.>1;,"._,,"'
Winston, president of the New York Equi- .. :-- '..; ....,.il '.l ., : ''- d. .._....., ; .
steamer "
Florida Usina ,
through Captain Commissioners held this day, the following J;(;" "
|| fl.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHSReflect table Insurance Company, who died at the
Sw presented to "W. J. Woodward, Esq., of the Egmont some weeks ago: has received from gentlemen were appointed Inspectors of .

fons. F..R.&N. Co.,a handsome ver ice pitcher. the family of Mr."Winston a very graceful Election for Nassau County, to serve at. the

The costly present'was purchased from Tif-- token of appreciation his kind servicesa general election for delegates; to the Constitutional -

The Egmont Hotel will not close until in New York. very exquisite antique vase of chased I ,
fany's, bronze, the bowl being richly wrought in i Convention, to be held May 5th,
:May 15th. colored stone: -- I 1885, in the several Election Districts, as'

Mr. Louis Bncki, of Ellaville. was in the New Meat Market.Mr. designated:

city Thursday. W. K. Bauknight has leased the refrigerator Range,of Thermometer, District No. 1-James McGiffin, G. L. Baltz- Two Millionsof

building on Centre street dock for FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1885, zell. J. W. Howcll.
Mrs. Dickinson is the former
having post- AT HORSEY'S DRCG STORE.
the purpose of opening there a meat market District No. 2-Warren F. Scott Stephen
office renovated. 7A.M. 12}[. 3 P.)[. 6 P.)[. WIND. Randall, Adolphus Hunter. acres of Farming
and ice house. This market will be much Orange
Saturday, Apr.18..65 78 78 76 N. E.
Prof. J. N. Whitner and wife of Lake District No. 3-Isidore O'Neil Wm. Swear-
more conveniently located for of his Sunday 19..64 73 72 71 N.W. Timber and Grazing Lands'situated
many ingen, Tony Allen.
in the Monday, 20.7.. 78 77 76 S. E.1'uesdaYt ,
J City, are city.H. customers than the one at the foot of 21..68 78 78 77 N. E.Wednesday District No. 4-W. D. Hardee, Joseph H. in counties
Bisbee, Jr., has established a law office Broome street. ," 22..69 79 78 78 S. E. Acosta, Luke Richo. 29 and
Thursday, 23.. ...70 81 80 79 S. E. District No. 5-W. W. Farmer, J. N. Carleton comprising the lands bought
at Jacksonville, Fla. Friday 24..71 82 81 79 S. E.
Circuit Court Adjourned.The i Ralph Russell. by Sir Edward Reed
Frank W. Simmons, Esq., returned from I District No. William M. Vinzant, D. H. J. from
Hawthorne last week. i Spring Term of the Circuit Court MARINE. Higginbotham. Henry Fisher.- the State of Florida in 1881

which was to have convened in this city on Port Fernandina. District No. 7-W. T. Russell, W. C. Davis, ,
The excursion to Dungness and St.Mary's of are now offered at
Tuesday last, did not meet, a telegram hav- Edward Colson. graded

D on the steamer Tom Collier on Tuesday last ing been received stating that the Hon. J. Saturday, April 25.HIGH........WATER.... 4:51 A. ,[. 5:26: P. )[. District Nettles.No.Simon 8-George Washington.W. Hodges, Henry prices. These lands were selected -

was largely attended.Mr. 26 ........... "
5:50
Sunday 652
M. Baker of this circuit had met :
judge Monday 27........... 6:42 7:10 District No. 9-J. H. Sauls Raymond Cay, by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
J. M. Lee, of the Everett Hotel Jacksonville with an accident on Monday, preventing his Tuesday 28........... 7:30 7:53 George C. Coleman.
denies having leased the Strath- attendance. In the Court Wednesday," 29............ 8:11" 8:35" District No. 10-J. B. Little, A. H. Colson ley, late Commissioner of the
I consequence was Thursday, 30...,........ 8:51 9:13 J. H. Bradley. State
more for the season. I adjourned until June. The jurors and wit- Friday, May 1.,:..:.:.... 926 9:51 .' District No. 11=-N. A. Hicks, Aaron Fore- Land Office, and Mr.

Nassau Chapter, No. 23, meets on Thursday -I nesses were paid off by Clerk Edwards. ENTERED. acre C. D. Elan.: M. A. Williams, late agent for
Steam-packet Thos. Collyer.-, from Brunswick CHAS. W. LEWIS.
evening next. All companions in good The Presbyterian Manse.On daily with freight and passengers, to Chairman Board of County Commissioners.. sale of State lands, which fact
standing are requested to attend. F. W. Simmons, agent. I
I I last Friday evening,. notwithstandingthe Apr.21-Steamship State of Texas John Risk, Nassau County. is a guaranty of their hio-h
During the absence of Rev. Mr. Chandler from I ew York; freight and passen- i Attest: J. A. EDWARDS, Clerk.
inclement weather number of
I quite a gers, to R. W. Southwick, agent. Fernandina,April 1, 1885. quality. The purchase knownas
who has to New Orleans, no ser- "
gone the Presbyterian congregation assembled at Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel from
vices will be held in the Methodist Church. I Palatka; ,freight and passengers, to the Reed Purchase was only
the Manse. The interest and affection displayed W. O. Jeffreys, agent.! For Sale.A .

i Dr. Henry Robinson, of Jacksonville, were much more highly prized than Steamship City of :Monticello. McKee very good Organ, whose catalogue priceis opened for sale this year, and

late chairman of the Democratic Congres- even the beautiful and useful gifts which from, to Charleston W. O. Jeffreys; freight, agent and passengers $165, will be sold at $55. the lands have not been culledor

sional Executive Committee, was in the were so cheerfully and liberally betowed. Apr. 24-Steamship City of :Monticello, McKee, Also, a $60 Sewing Machine at $40.
from Palatka; freight and passengers, MRS. :MARY GODFREY. picked over. No part has
city Wednesday.. The of the Manse would avail
occupants to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
I 23-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from been reserved in any manner
Robt. T. Saussy, Esq., of New York, a themselves of this opportunity to express Charleston; to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. TO ADVERTISERS. ,
;. brother of Mr. G. N. Saussy, of the Florida their appreciation to one and all for the '' 16-Steam-packet Mary Morgan.Somers and the whole is open for sale.
Savannah; freight and passengers, to A list of 964 newspapers DIVIDED INTO
'' Railway & Navigation Co., arrived in the kindness shown.In F. W. Simmons, agent. STATES AND SECTIONS will be sent on application Special prices on large tracts.
city yesterday.Mr. speaking of the Manse it might be 18-Steam-packet Mary Morgan.Somers.from -FKEK.
to add that it is Savannah; freight and passengers, to To those who want their advertising to pay, we Timber lands, virgin forests in
P. Kelly left on Wednesday last with proper a great gratificationto F. W. Simmons agent. can offer no better medium for thorough and bodies of
the Ladies Society of the Church that Steam-packet Mary Morgan,Somersfrom effective work than the various sections' of our 50,000, acres and up-
quite a force of hands to complete a con- Savannah; freight and passengers, to Select Local List.
they have been enabled to build so comfor- wards. Lands sold for cash
tract on the Tavares division of the Florida F. W. Simmons, agent. GEO. ROWELI. & CO. ,
table a house for their pastor and entirelyby 18-Schooner A..D. Lamson, Smith, New Newspaper Advertising Bureau, time.
& Co. or on long
Railway Navigation York. Spruce street New York.
their own efforts. There is a debt on it 18-Schooner Joseph Rudd, Ilallock, New
k Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. and A. M., which they hope to be able to clear off be- York. The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.
Ia meets next 7:30 18-Schooner ,Louis Frazier Vixen, Beau- DURYLE
on Monday evening at C.
B.
fore long by working with their accustomed fort, S. C., WILLIAM (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
o'clock standard time. All brethren in Levin Hudson Beau-
! Schooner S. II. ,
readiness and harmony. They will from .
fort S. C.
t l good standing are requested to attend. time to time give excursions and entertain- 20-Ce has, Starratt Pearsons, New York. COMMISSION MERCHANT, ,
1' 2O-SchoonerJohn May,Riggs Philadelphia. : c, ',:;'';l ", :..; :.
The ice cream and strawberry festival ,._ r.
4 I ments at prices so moderate that all will be Schooner Caleb S. Ridgeway, Townsend, ,
given at the new Masonic Hall, by the fra- sure to be pleased, promising to give good New York. < '- ""'-' '" rorr-
of Southern Pine Lumber
Manufacturer
24-Schooner Fannie Brown, Starret, Rich- ,
ternity,Wednesday evening lastwas sucha value for everything the public are asked to mond. '

success that it was continued on Thursday join. They deem it but proper to thank a CLEARED. BY THE CARGO,

( evening. Seventy-five dollars was realized. for the aid Steam-packet Thos.Collyer, -,for Brunswick
generous public already given daily, with freight and passengers, I
rl) The steamer St. Nicholas will take the place and ask for a continuance of the same. by F. W. Simmons, agent I For Domestic or Export Trade,
Apr. Steamship State of Texas. John Risk for I
;; of the Mary Morgan on the Inland Route to New York;'freight and passengers, by
The City Council.An R. W. Southwick agent. FEKNANDINA FLORIDA.
Savannah on the 1st of May. The St.
adjourned meeting of the City Coun- Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
Nicholas has been thoroughly overhauled for Palatka; by W. O. Jefl 'e -
cil was held on Thursday evening last. Vogel
of
Steamship City Palatka for
4i and has bad eleven staterooms in her
yet put NEWPORT OF THE
THE SOUTH.
Present: G. F. Avery, president, and Alder- Charleston; by W.O. Jeffreys, agent.
, for the accommodation of passengers. Apr. 24-Steamship City of Monticello McKee
men McGiffin, Stark, Robinson, Walker, for Charleston;freight and passengers,
r | j < The annual :May Party will be given in Dorsey and McDonald.The by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.

Lyceum Hall :May 1st, to which all the following,bills were ordered paid: Steamship Palatka;City by W.of 0.Palatka Jeffreys, ,Vogel.agent. for dJTHE EGMONT I HOTEL[!

-+ children are invited of both Old and New Emil 0. Friend services as clerk.$6 66 18-Steam-paeket'Mary Savannah Morgan and ;Somers, for .
freight by
Towns. Tickets, 25c. If the,weather should John Gordon, Inspector of Election..... 3 00 F. W. Simmons; agent. passengers

- prove to be stormy, the celebration will be J. H. Mooney, Inspector of Election.... 3 00 Apr. Steam-packet Mary Morgan, Somers, for MELLON
' C, Newmann, Inspector of Election..... 3 00 Savannah; freight and passengers, by GEORGE Proprietor.
postponed till the first pleasant day of the
. ; Joseph Ligeour, Clerk of Election....... 3 00 F. W. Simmons, agent.

/4 ; week following. C. J. Westberg, rent........................... 100 Steam-packet Savannah; freight Mary Morgan and passengers, Somers,,for by

.j The State of Texas sailed Thursday evening The Committee on Streets, Street Lamps, F. W. Simmons, agent.
Schooner John H. May, Riggs, Philadel-
f; f for New York with 100 passengers and etc., recommehded that the present con- phia.

: the following cargo: 586 packages vegetables tract system of day scavenger work be "" Schooner F. Merwin, Stiles New York. .L 2 ;
Schooner Jonn G. Schmidt, Van Gilder,
t: 134 bbls. cotton seed oil, 130 bbls. abolished, and that a horse, or mule. and Philadelphia. /,,::! 'f -=

I .it? rosin 252' cases cedar, 49 bales cotton, 39 cart, etc., be purchased by the city for the _'i
Notice to Contractors.
;' i pails shaimp, 143 packages merchandise, 3 day scavenger service, and hauling mate- =! T
Sealed proposals will be received by the = Irl
I rial for Street also that
berries.Arrangements .
1 refrigerators Department; a com- undersigned until Wednesday, April 29th

: f are being made by :Mr. G* petent person be employed to light the 1885, at 12 o'clock noon, for doing the night
street lamps, and that his unemployed time scavenger work for the City of Fernandinafor
: t F. Avery to construct a shell road from Cen-
} the ensuing year. Specifications can be "' .
0: be assigned to police duty. The recommen- 1 \
tre street (just where it debouches on the had on application to the City :Marshal at

i beach), to the Strathmore, a distance of 1700 dation of the committee was adopted, and the Mayor's office. The City Council reserves UIIIIIIIII 11UIIUUU Illllllfll pIII1111N1 Ilflllln 1fNllll IIIIIINII auuni tp, nrom

.: i feet. The estimated cost ($500)) has all been the committee authorized to call for the the right to reject any or all bids.

JAS. McGiFFiN ,
; f This will be valuable improvement necessary bids.Specifications. III ill
guaranteed. a Chairman Sanitary Committee. 4. IIUlllll, nunm ? -

} appreciated by the livery men. for the night scavenger service Fernandina, Fla., April 24, 1885. _-
were adopted, and the committee au- --
: a Mr. J. M. Galphin, lately connected with
thorized to advertise for bids for the servicefor Seated Proposals.Will === _
the South Carolina Railroad, has entered the
the ensuing year. be received by the undersigned until
Roadway Department of the Florida Railway 1885. at 12 o'clock
s The Finance Committee recommendedthat Wednesday, April 29
& Navigation Co. :Mr. Galphin is no noon, for the sale to the city of one horseor
the be made
::, stranger to many of our citizens here hav- following appropriations mule, cart and harness, suitable for service -
, for the ensuing year, which was adopted: in the Street Cleaning Department;

ing been prominently connected with the Printing....................................... $125 00 animals etc., to be exhibited for inspectionat OPPOSITE THE ORANGE-PALMETTO PARK,
| railroad some thirteen years ago. Salaries and commissions.............. 1,600 00 the E mont Livery Stable on Wednesdayat

The editor of this paper has had quite a Police.......................................... 1,200 00 noon. JAS. McGirriN. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.QUIET .
Streets and drains........................ 300 00 Chairman Street Committee. ,
number of periodicals bound by the skillful Scavenger work............................ 750 00 Fernandina: April 24, 1885.
hands of :Mr. LeCain, at the Mirror bindery. Sanitary work, street cleaning....... 500 00

x' He can truthfully commend the work as Paupers...................................... 100 00 Notice. AND REPOSE-PURE AIR-HOME COMFORTS

Street lighting............................... 350 00 Quarantine will be established on the 1st
convenience Rent................. .......................... 300 00 of May next, and continue till further or- =
Cemetery.................................... 250 00 ders. The lower quarantine grounds will .
cially when it can be as well done as else- Fire Department, scrip and interest be at or near the buoy in Cumberland I

where. ............................................ 720 00 Sound and the upper quarantine grounds.
Fire Department, current expenses 200 00 between the ballast dock and Huot's mills.
The Nassau County Record made its appearance Sundries..................................... 75 00 By order of Board of Health,
4 last Saturday. At the head of the J. D. PALMER, M. D., President. 0 FURNITURE! ]

editorial columns it bears the names of Wm. Total.....................................$6,470 00 THEO. STARBCCK M.'D.,

McWilliams as editor, and W. A. Mahoney Upon the fixing of salaries the Finance Quarantine Officer.

It is Committee was not ready to report, and was
f as business manager. a neatly printed J.&T.HyddHave

28-column paper and speaks well for the granted further time. just received 2,000 yards Hamburg We have opened, in the Marson Building, Centre Street,
President and notifiedthe
Avery Mayor Pope
push and enterprise of the prosperous and Edgings and Insertings, bought 25 per cent.
growing town of Callahan, board that a suit for $10,000 damageshad below manufacturers' prices, which they below Second, a full line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consistingin

been instituted against the city by :Mrs. offer at astonishingly low prices. Call and Walnut Chamber Suits Ash Chamber Suits :Mahoganyand
,
We learn that the fine memorial window Mary Dickinson. see them. part ,

placed in St. Peter's Church in recognitionof Upon motion, the Mayor was authorizedto Hollandlsh Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at
the heroic lives and deaths of Drs. Wel- Herring.

ford and Herndon. to which we alluded in employ counsel in the case. Just arrived, at JACOB KLARER'S prices as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere-
The clerk was instructed to issue scrip for Cor. Sixth and Ash sts.
issue of last week, is from the well- Chairs in great
our finished and dark Children's Bedsteads
all bills that have been ordered paid, said light ; ;
studio of William J. McPherson oft
, known scrip to be issued on account of the last appropriations Special BargainsIn Rockers of-all kinds Tables-Extension, Breakfast and
who in his tender teatment of the variety; ;
I Boston, or any. balance unexpended. Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam-

i'r subject has excelled himself and shown the ask, at J. & T. KyDD's.Private Centre; Washstands; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat and Wire;

feeling and inspiration of a true artist. Thanks from the Masons.In .

I r The Skating Club closes its rink for the behalf of Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. & Board, Mattresses various qualities, cheaper than ever before sold
A. M.,we desire to return our sincere thanksto At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
I season! next Friday night, and the occasion the ladies and gentlemen especially near Egmont Hotel. Pillows and Bolsters ; and a full line of goods generally foundin

will be celebrated with a dance, which the those not connected with our Orderwhoso Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor of our
without board. Transient boarders will a regular Furniture Store. We invite an inspection
club hopes to make as enjoyable as their kindly aided us in the preparations for
recent festival and to the be accommodated.
public
our gener-
entertainments have been. The hall
former T. P. G. THo
MBS. psON.
ally for their liberal patronage on that occa-
) will be thoroughly ventilated, and ample sion. Fernandina, Fla., January, 10,1885. stock.We also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.The .

! seating room will be arranged for spectators.: G. STARK ") *.

The doors will open at 7:45, and skating will H. S. YEBGER, >Committee.N. NoveltiesIn latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware'and Porce-
L. GANO, J
" commence at 8 o'clock. Dancing will Fancy Goods and Parasols.AT PAUL. FUNKE'S. lain Goods. Sold in any quantity to suit purchaser.

commence at 9:30. A good band of music Fifty-three dollars was realized by the

' o will be in attendance. Admission : gentlemen ladies society of the Presbyterian Church Spring and Summer ClothingAt FRED, "w. noiro & co.

50c.; ladies, 25c. No charge will be from the excursion to Dungeness and St. New York cost. t 1 .

:H ade for the use of skates. Mary's. I AT PAUL,'FUJTXE 's. ,



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