Florida mirror
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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: May 9, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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y OL. v,.II. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATtjiI1.,, :MAY ,9, '1885. NO. 24.'

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STATE .1 E 11'S.. ; of this kind, or nearly similar, couldbe COLD SPRING, Cape 4'May county, THE CITY COUNCIL. Traveler's Guide.

anticipated rather than looked N. J. is visited. with ,the s yphQ-mala- FIXING THE SALARIES AID GRANTING THE I

The Florida Southern Railroad I'upon as exceptions to a, hard and ria fever. There 'have been six RIGHT OF WAY 'FOR THE BEACH TRANSIT & PENINSULAR Train RAILROAD.Day -
Passenger leat'es,1
Co. commenced running through and fast line of action, trade crises deaths, and five others are not expected The regular meeting of the City Councilwas For, C'edarleyund! Wildwood,and
all points on Transit Road10.25a.m.
trains from Palatka to PeInberWn'sFerry might even during their worst stagebe to live. Every case has held last Wednesday evening, with the Savannah and all points North .

last Monday. less irksome to the wageearnerand proved fatal but one The physi- fol}.W7 1tg-j&famt&n 'V resint : G. F. Avery, and West................................10.25' a. m. ',

Grading has been commenced on more satisfactory to the employer cians are unable to stopp .its progress. President, ; McGinifn: CL.;i, Robinson, Aus- For(connecting Tallahassee at,Pensacola Callahan;)and all
tin Walker
branch of the Florida Southern than No will -In points on the Florida Central &
and the its
the employee they now one venture midst, The following bills'were ordered paid : Western Railroad..10.25 a.m..

Railroad from Pemberton's ferry to are. It is a relief in a long period of and the families are 'unable to. pro- J. C. Read, for repairing plank walk (connecting at Baldwin.) '

to Old Town, three months............$50 00 Day Passenger Train arrives !
of twelve
distance find
Brooksville, a distress like the present to men cure nurses. The village of Ply ,May Dennefield. lighting street lamps 19 00 From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and '

miles. whoalthough they have been on short mouth, Pa.,is also afflicted with the 'May Dennefield, hauling garbage' for all points on the Transit Road. 4.35 p.TO.
,' April I.............................................17 00 From Savannah and all points in
Contracts have been let for con- time for some weeks," have yet that same terrible disease. On ,the 4th Florida! Mirror, printing and adver- the North and West..............? 4.35 r.m.

of when they are instant there eleven depths in tising.......... .................. ....:......... 25 00 From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
tinuing the work on the Florida sense justice, even were .'- all points on the Florida Central

Railway and Navigation road from the losers, to give a helping hand to I the latter village. ::F A communication received and placed from Mr.on file E. O., offering Friendwas &Night Western Passenger Railroad.Train.leaves-............... 4.35p.m..

Little Withlacoochee station to Fort the source whence their previous t rooms for rent for the use of Council in For Wildwood........................... 6.00p.m..
ENGLAND is the, largest importerof For Savannah and all points North
has flowed. The instanceis the new brick building Centre street.
Dade. well-being wood in 290- on and West............................_.. 5.30p.m..
Europe, requiring The Sanitary Committee, to whom was '
novel; it is also noble, and we be- (connecting at Callahan.)
of the 2d
The Bartow Informant in the 000,000 feet per annum more than referred the matter of purchasing a team for Right Passenger Train arrives
instant Fays the fields of corn in lieve it stands unparalleled she Inasmuch the city, requested that a special committeebe From Cedar Key Wildwood and
produces. as all points the Transit Road... .
history of labor.-London Journal of on 8.50a.m.
appointed the but after
that vicinity are looking finely, some Canada nor the United States can i purpose, con- From Savannah and all points in
than Commerce. iI I siderable discussion the matter was laid on the North and West................. 8.50 a. m.
lots stretching up higher a .. -----, ; much longer spare large quantities, the table. From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and

tall man's head. Strawberries and TIlE Boston publishing firm of J. and since no European The Finance Committee made its reportin all points on Florida Central &
country can Western Railroad..................... 8.50 a. in.
huckleberries are-plentiful.One & Co. has failed. Liabil- much reference to the salaries of the city offi
R. Osgood now produce more than is required FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

of the largest transfers of real ties about $200,000; nominal assets I for home consumption, while cials The, as:Mayor: follows to: receive $300 per year, and Train Jacksonville leaves daily..,..except.........SundayFor ...........-7.00 a. m.

estate in this county, if not the largest somewhat,in excess of this amount. almost all of them are importers, such fees for issuing warrants, arrests, or For Jacksonville[ ........................ 3.30 p. m. -
Train arrives
daily, except Hunday-
: was made last week, by which -- ------------ Great Britain must ere long dependon other papers necessary for the holding of From Jacksonville......................11.18 a. m.

Mr. Eichclbergcr disposed of three THE new postal card paper, under her own resources. There are police court, as arc allowed to State or From Jacksonville...................... ;.10 I'.m_ n

groves on Panasoffkec lake to a syndicate the contract of 1885, will be a deli- extensive tracts of land. in Ireland County officers for like services. From Sumlal/olllj-Jacksonville ...........,..........10.20a.m.( ;Y
cate pink in lieu of the cream ,colorof The :Marshal: $30 per month, and such From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40 p.m.
realizing the handsome priceof : and Scotland that,might:! be profitably fees for making arrests, committing fo jail, For Jacksonville ........................ 6.50 a.iii. w
8100,000 from the sale of them.Lceslurg .- the cards now issued. The tex- devoted to forest culture. or for such other services performed, as are For Jacksonville ........................ 5.15p.m..

Neics. ture of the paper is also said to be necessary to make his duties as marshal effective MALLORY LINE. ,, !,
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as are allowed to sheriffs and con- For New York direct, by steam-
The size will be the ACCORDING the
As Willis Smith, a brakeman, was 1uproye I Pjogres Medicale, stables of the County for like service. ships State of Texas or City of .
in the children San Antonio,Thursday evening ;.00 !
same as now use. mortality among who p.m.
putting on the brakes on the rear The regular; Police, a salary of $25 per .From New York direct by City of ,
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train :No. 3 of the P. & A. ---- ---- are "brought up 'on the bottle" is month for each, and such fees for making San Antonio and State of Texas, 1 i '

car on OATMEAL, long considered a ,good frightfully large. Of' 4,510 infants arrests as are allowed to constables ; but in every Friday.......................... 3.00p.m. I
road, which was rushing down a CHARLESTON & FLORID STEAMSHIP LINK .
article of diet in dyspepsia, is believed 'lied no case shall fees to the mayor 'marshal or
under one year who of gastro- For Charleston, by steamship City i
heavy grade near DcFuniak; some to be policemen be chargeable to the city or to be Monticello:: ,every Wednesday.From .
by physicians a
many intestinal troubles
in.Paris in 1882
thing gave way and he was hurled paid from the city treasury.To Charleston, by same steamer ,
prolific cause of this affection. Dr. it is found by recent investigationsthat the Special Policemen, $1.00 per day. every Sunday...... ............... m. ,. ,
head foremost from the train. His {
For Charleston, by steamship City r
Bartholomew says that Carlyle suffered To Special Night Policemen,$1.25 day. !
hand caught in the hand-wheel of very nearly the whole number per of Palatka, every Sunday. 1
greatly from dyspeptic symptoms victims of artificial alimenta- To the Clerk, $25 per month.To From Charleston, by same steamer f '
the brake and was torn off, and he were the Collector, commission same as al- every Wednesday................? p.mPostOffice e.
fell against a post with such force which were invariably aggravated tion, wholly or.in part-,or had been lowed by the State. Upon collections for ST. MARYS RIVER.

that his arm and neck ,were broken. after eating oatmeal. fed,prematurely, with solid,food. ,At. special license tax his fee shall be 5 per cent., Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- a i
For St. :Marys and.Crandall,Tuesday )
The of Js the dispensary: of the J5ociete,Philan-- To the Treasurer, salary,of $150 per year. and Friday....................". 3.00 p.m. .' ,
summer crop: oranges. .:::-vTHE'average strength the European thropique 'not:a single of-the' To the'Assessor/fealSry'Of$50 per year.'J :For. .,t. Mary and Dnngeness, on a
now coming in, and several of the troops inIndia- in 1883 was "case' Upon motion, the report was adopted. Wednesday Saturday........ 2.00p.m. k
disease was found in infants fed in For St.l\Iary's and King's Ferry,
and Collector I
bonds of Treasurer
The Kydd -
Orange county growers are shippingand 55,525, among whom the death rate Monday and Thursday....!....... 8.00a.m.
conformity with natural laws.A Westberg were accepted and recorded.A .
realizing good prices. G. A. was but 10.88 per 1,000. The native Steamer Martha arrives 3
communication from the Florida Improvement }
From St. and Crandall
Marys ,
Powers and W. H. Holden
are army showed an average strength of MEXICAN historian makes a Company asking for right of way Monday and Thursday............_ 7.00 a.m. {
among the fortunate ones who have 114,830, with a death rate of 14.31. for railroad was received and the following From St. Marys and Dungeness,
show that
new attempt Americawas on Wednesday and Saturday..._ 9.00a.m. l
summer crops, and who are now The most fatal diseases for the In- discovered in the fifth resolution,was adopted relative thereto: From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, ,4? e

shipping. M. C. Berdell is another century, Resolved, That the Florida Improvement Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.in.p. .. r.
dian troops were those of the respi- Mr. S A. Swannas i
A. D., by: a party of Buddhist Company, represented by a
fortunate, although we believe he ratory organs. petitioner, asking for right of way for I 1
monks from Afghanistan, of whomone railroad contemplated within city limits on Notice. r
has not commenced gathering in Hwni Shan returned to Asia certain streets be granted the privilege of Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. _. ; j
any great quantities yet. This sum- MR. HAZEN, third assistant postmaster right of way from foot of Centre street northto Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. 4
after an absence of forty-one years. Calhoun and from same point south to Money Orders and Registered Letters from*
mer crop is the result of the frost of general, has given the post- Beech street, and eastward on said street to 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M.
January 18 and 19 1884 which was master-general a detailed statementof a short account of the land whichhe limits of city, and that joint committee of to 3:30 p. ru.ARRIVAL. '! t tc
and Streets is instructed to draw
visited, supposed to be Mexico, Ordinances AND DEPARTURE OF THE ,\iAIL$.
severe enough to destroy many of the result of the reduction from up and submit a suitable ordinance by next
was included in the official Transit & Peninsular Railroad- g
the interestsof
the fruit buds at the time. In May three to two cents in the rate of post- meeting of Council and to protect. Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45 p. M.
both city petitioners.The .
China. There is proof that Hwni
mails from the North the
Brings ,
and June buds on domestic letters which went 1 t'
following new were age Shan actually, visited some unknown Street Committee were authorized to Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular '
formed and new fruit set which is into effect on October 1, 1883. The receive bids to keep in repair the road from railroads.
: Eastern region, and the traditions of and across creek at Reads mill, the marsh Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00 .,.r; I t
just now maturing. Those who are loss was estimated the first year at Takes mails for the North, the '
Mexico contain an account of the 'dam at Old Town and plank walk between
fortunate enough to have oranges to $8,000,000; the statistics show thatit arrival of monks. New and Old Town. Gulf roads.Lcesburg coast. ,Transit and Peninsular t

sell at this season of the year find a was half a million less than that A communication from Mayor Pope was train arrives daily......... 8:40 A. M.-

ready market at prices which are sum. THE great sand dunes along the read, requesting Council to take some action Brings Western mail only. ;
the water of the Fernanama & Jacksonville Railroad
supply city. i
quite satisfactory.Orlando Reporter. of banks of many rivers, and particu- regarding Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15; A. M.
Washington correspondent Council adjourned.Our Brings the Jacksonville and St.John's .
HOW TO AVOID STRIKES. the Medical Journal says that we larly along the shores at the southernend river mails. r i

look for cholera if at all of Lake Michigan, are due to Grand Beach. Closes daily except Sunday..........10:30 A.r. t '
The puddlers and mill men employed may the of the Are- Now that the railroad to the beach is no Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's ,
through Spanish channels and our presence Ammophila River and Northern mails.
in a large iron establishment longer a secret; now that a large force of
Maria or sand-gathering which Sunday Mail- +'
in Sheffield, England, recently hit i outpost of observation should be grass, hands, under Mr. Kelly, is preparing the Jacksonville and St.John's River,

Havana. While there seems no possesses a remarkable power of I road-bed; that the iron and cross-ties are arrives....................................10:25 A. I
upon a plan which is without a par- occasion for alarm at this time drawing up moisture. Indeed, it' coming in daily, and that the roadis Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. M.M..
allel St. John's Riverandthe
in Jacksonville, M.M.
the iron or other trade. order
any there is for extreme may almost be called, a miniature to be completed and in running by North closes....................... 6:00 A. .
They have intimated to the firm every reason the first week in June, would it not be well Jacksonville and St. John'sRiveronly M.M.
for it1 is' able
that they are well aware of the difficulties vigilance. The Secretary of State water-pump, keep for our citizens to prepare at once for their closes.............................. 4:00 p.SAMLET. .
has instructed consuls to notify the the earth wet for several inches own accommodation at the beach? The RIDDELL. P.'M.

under which the company department by cable of the out- around it. The wet earth catches work of putting up cheap cottages shouldbe
had ,
labored in consequence of the and holds the drifting sand. The started without delay. Summer is near Kind Words for a Good Thing.-Dr.
break and the information will be
stagnation there bath houses David Kennedy : My wife has used your
in the iron trade and as at hand and are no or
their given at once to the Associated process goes on, the grass growingand even shelter for the accommodation of fam- "Favorite Remedy" for General Debility
. wages cannot be reduced, owing and Liver Complaint, and is getting strong
the sand
Press. collecting, until a great ilies or picnic parties, except what the and well. I can cheerfully recommend it*
to their being governed by the sand dune is the result. Strathmore Hotel can provide. Is not the use in every family as a family medicine.

South Staffordshire board of concili- THROUGH consolidations and com- pavilion to be rebuilt? We cannot see how Yours with gratitude. WILLIAM LUNDY: ,
Baltimore, Md.
ation, they have decided at a meeting binations the match supply of the SEVERAL people in Valencia, Spain, the young folks are to get on without it.

that it is their duty to help their Pacific coast is now in the hands ofa are being inoculated with cholera Let them agitate the subject and there will List of Letters
not be wanting a sufficient number of pub- Fernan-
in the Post-Office at
employers to tide over the periodof monopoly, a by no means hard virus. The results are being closely its immediate Remaining
lic to con-
spirited men cause dina, Nassau county, Florida, May 9tb,.
adversity. They have therefore fact, for matches are now sold by the watched by doctors and scientists. struction. ,The pavilion is a great necessity. 1885. Persons calling for these letters mast

agreed to work a week for nothing, California company at twentyfivecents The inoculation produces a tumoron Another thing: Why should not our citizens say advertised :

:and: express the hope that their offer a gross, which is lower than the patient, who becomes seri- take stock in the beach railroad, so as Amstramn, Shallot Lang, Mrs Seymour.
wIll to have a voice in its management, and par- Boshen, W C J..ang.Iamle
not ]bo rejected."Tith this step can be bought in Sweden, formerlythe ously prostrated from the effects in ticipate in the large profits which the roadis Buggs, Marthey Louisa, MissMacDonell

the industrial depression entered cheapest match market in the about twenty-four hours, but gen- sure to earn in the near future. We are .Brown Chathman, Francis Monk Mitchell, Mattie, James D

01* a new phase-a phase which is world. The Pacific coast prices erally recovers entirely within forty- told that the gentlemen who have the matter Cromanlic, D RIcKenning, Wm II

most welcome as disproving emphatically are one-third less than those of eight hours after the operation. All in of hand contemplate in building expending-Hotels and making large- Dorsey Davis ,Thomas Dancy S McKinney Price, Emma, RM

what many have been inclinedto Eastern makers, as match wood is the provinces of Spain have sent sums other money improvements on the beach, andif Daneon Fendley., Frank Philip Read Scott,, L Gilbert H

believe, that the British mechanic cheaper, and the other material can doctors to Valencia to study this this be so, then the railroad will soon be- Gulick Richard Sams, Richard

had lost all sense of fairness in his all be obtained at the same rate system. It is generally believed. come a valuable dividend-paying property.It Goodwin Hardy, Alice, Brister Suldon Simons,,W Mary N .,

feeling i ;s as between master and man. at which it is purchased the At- that' the experiments already made seems to us that our citizens should not let Jones, Annie Smith, Miss E P -
Did the opportunity pass for securing,if possibleto Kiser, Celia Smith, Miss E J. .
such temper actuate the whole lantic States, while labor is no have established the success of the do so, as'much stock as:they have the Kenyon, Jno DID:: Wright, MaryS. .
of the : T. RIDDELL, P:M.: :
world and instances higher. : system of cholera means to purchase.


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ONLY A DREAM. their disposition, as they passed the II "Last Saturday, after dark, 'the' fore, when the. -message came upstairsthat barrel-organs. although he has -
It. was a brief and troubled dream open windows of Prof. Nabs's, by Flower Mission met by arrangement, there was a lady waiting to' see again heard the sound of one" never
r Yet thy pillowed head by mine; the sound of a pair,of'arms going like and went out1 l in a body to' Professor him upon important business, he was "Mercy on me!1" faltered Professor
Though: the storm raged, stars unseen sledge-hammers, and a pair of pedals Nabs's house, St. Peter's Cliff. They 'a little ruffled.' Still he said he wouldsee Nabs "'And hav ?'t they a piano "
Made the midnight seem divine. creaked up and down, and occasion- settled themselves into a careless group her. He 'happened to drop his "Oh, no, indeed, replied :Miss Linn?
Stronger than the ocean's roll, ally let fly with a bang and a voice upon the green bank under his win-, music just as the door opened and had glibly, and even if they had, I don'
Deeper than the ocean's sigh, like a fog-horn, all.hard at work upon dow, and sang in chorus that ,most; said a very reprehensible expressionthree think there is any one who could
Sang thy angel in my soul: secular effective Black, times before he it it to them. play
Let me to thy bosom fly." some song which 'happened to impressive hymn: over dropped There is a tannery 0"1
be popular at the moment. black, black as, thou art.' As you all again with a deliberate bang, his one side and a Salvation Army hall
First As, in bird murmurs with broken soft and wing low, And yet so great was Professor know, however, scarcely was the first mouth going up, up, in the new-moon on the other-"
a Lisped a its true love's overflow: Nabs, and 'so overwhelming is the verse finished when Professor Nabs shape, and his.whole'little self expand- "That ought to be lively, now," interposed
1 "Simply to thy heart I cling." 'power of greatness, that the elite of thrust his head out of the window,, ing with indignation. The poor crea- the Professor. -
Then, as many songs in one. Chumbleton, walking arm-and-arm, and waving-his'hands''in a most rude: ture's face and lips turned whiter "They don't seem to like it,"
Rose the music full and free- along the High street with the elite fashion, called out, 'Go away ; go: than her own lilies, and it seemed, as she, a little dubiously. "Perhaps answered -
*> "Leave, oh, leave me not alone! of somewhere else, did not, on discern- away.', I am,bound to state, however if all the starch had come out of the the meetings are not -
l"acing'lifc'g mad'estiny.." ing a strange debt on the horizon, that I have since heard :Mr. Spence, lavender print. After an instant of sical." And noticing, poor very creature mum
44 Place thy stronger hand in mine, see something frvliJcefest them on the the geologist, and :Mr. Kingston, the: terrific pause on either side she managed as she was, that Professor Nabs's
Steel thy heart against the foe other side of the street, but on the astronomer, were just then engaged'on to take a, faltering step forward, eyes had suddenly begun to sparkle raven
1 Make life's clouded midday,shine bowed to the a scientific consultation with Prof.. and stammered out the mist
With its sunset's afterglow." contrary respectfully holding heavy through a of dimness, she added
object, and remarked, with a certain Nabs in his drawing-room. basket with one of her small, shaking gently: "Perhaps you had rather I
4 ; So the conquering morning twilight amount of awe and pride: "Did you "That is all the society has to report hands by way of opening the conver- didn't talk any more about the incur-
>+ ,. Singing sea-blown upon our waking songs of eyes midnight notice that person who lifted his hat so far, upon the subject of the sation. ables."
? Of a love that never dies.William to me just now?-that's Professor conversion of'Professor Nabs." "I-I-have brought you-some- He raised himself with a brisk
3 Henry Thorne. Nabs." :Miss Smith resumed her seat. Therewas flowers." movement, and thundered the scale
4 S NA.'u S'S CONVERSION. The Hospital for Incurables of a.momentary pause of indecision. : It is probable that in the whole of C from end to end of his piano.
d Chumbleton stood in one of the dull- Suddenly th!.little lady tapped for course of his long life Professor Nabs "My: dear," he said, a little indistInctly
Just so far as the civilized world est outskirts of the town. -a low, attention, and'pushing her chair back, had never been so much surprised. on account of the noise, "mv-
Ij extended, just exactly so far extendedthe rather damp house, with tannery on rose. "I beg to move," said she, "that That any human being should be so mother was an incurable." .
I celebrity" Professor Nabs. He one side and a Salvation. Army hallon this Mission shall sit in absolute incomprehensibly extraordinary as to "I am exceedingly interested about
; was one of England's prides, holding, the other. It was not an agree- silence for five minutes, during whichit offer a basket of lilacs and lilies of the the bnrrel-organ man," he resumed
' 1 as he did, a professorship in an Eng- able place of residence for incurablesor shall be each member's duty to do valley to a man whose four acres of after a minute. "Why in the world
lish university; and one of Scotland's any one else. her utmost to think of what should garden were literally teeming with don't they provide him with a barrel-
prides, too, for of course he was Scotch. I Upon the afternoon of the 25th of next be attempted for the conversionof them was in itself sufficiently astonish- organ? Why in the world don't they
t" Two-thirds of the half-daft geniuses April, 18six, females, all more or Professor Nabs. At the end of five ing, and, of course, the way and man- provide them all with a piano?"
l'_: upon the face of the earth are Scotch. .less young, were sitting around a tablein minutes all can speak." ner of the offering was a hundred fold "I have told you that, even if thev
:} His scientific works had begun by one of the dingiest rooms of this The motion having been unani- more so. There was a pause of one had one," replied Miss Linn "1
M" setting all the learned scientific people dingy house. It was the meeting of 'mously carried, each member buried other instant, during which the basket don't think there is anybody'who
and all the learned unscientific people the Flower :Mission. her head in her hands, and all beganto continued to shiver in the outstretchedhand would be able to play it to them. I
r ,'of the British Isles thrilling with ex- The first thing that struck one upona think earnestly. of :Miss Linn ; then, very sud- suppose," added she, quite unexpect-
citement. Then fierce quarrels ragedup cursory glance at this meeting was Among the six Flower :Missionariesthere denly, the new moon mouth came edly to herself, as if illuminated by a
and down the country, during the extreme earnestness of its mem- was one poor creature She was down with a jerk, and Professor Nabs sudden flash of inspiration, "you
which "Professor Nabs," in extra- bers. At the present moment a great not at all poor in the ordinarily accepted advanced and took it into his own. wouldn't play for them sometimes?"
$ *'sized types, figured upon the bills of hush of more than usually intense sense of the word, but there "Oh," said he, "thank you. :My As soon as she had spoken she
all the'newspapers, until at last nearlyall seriousness had fallen over them. Sud- was a certain confusion of ideas upon glasses have just gone down to be almost fainted at her own audacity.
the world had got hold of this denly a small woman at one end of I general subjects, and entire absence of washed, but I dare say they'll come It did not, however, appear to have
somehow: Professor Nabs is a great the table rose and spoke. I all detail regarding geography, historyand up by-and-by. Sit down." any particularly alarming effect upon
' and a wicked man. "Ladies," she said, "we now proceed -' arithmetic, as well as: an utter She did so, upon the very edge of a Professor Nabs. He sighed deeply,
t Of course, that he was wicked very to something which is even more want of manliness, so to speak, which wickerwork chair, and there ensued and ran his fingers fitfully up a chordor
i few indeed would have cared to deny. 'important to each and all of us than had very soon brought the other mem- another awkward pause. Then Prof. two.
For in the first place his works were the beloved work of distributing sweet- bers of the Flower :Mission to a unani- Nabs made a grab at the music on the "I-I am not accustomed to playing -
c the very:essence of wickedness so smelling blossoms to our beloved in- mous conclusion that :Miss Isabella floor, and settled it once more upon in public," he said at length.
; it was said ; secondly, was he not the curables. I mean what is commonly Linn was but a poor creature. She the piano. ould-would it make you nervous -
;, bosom crony of such sinners as :Marlow, known among us as Our Secret :Mis- would have fainted from sheer nerv- "I was just going to sing something ?'' asked she timidly."I .
J1 6 6i and Kingston, the astronomers?thirdly sion. I need not say that I am sure ousness if she had had to read the when you came in," said he; "and if don't know," replied Professor
6i '''he never went to church, and fourthly, you all know to what I allude." reports, like Miss Smith, or to 'address you don't mind I'll just still do so." Nabs, getting rather red, and takingup
6I i it was well known that he did such A murmur ran swiftly round among the meeting, like the ltttle woman, "Thank you," replied the flower the question with great seriousness."I .
things upon a Sunday as no man who the other five.U conversion of Miss Pointer. And, besides thatshe -missionary; 'so with a tremendous have played occasionally to a
,, ; "was not a sinner would ever dare to Professor Nabs." was actually pretty, in a fair, delicate, shout and a bang, Professor Nabs friend of mine, :Mr. Spence, and I of-
do.As "Just so," said the little lady, shak- ,old-fashioned sort of way, which is, of struck the first chords of "Bonnie fered to play to :Mr. Kingston, the
to his appearance, the reputation ing 'her head and sighing. "Miss: course, a decided'disadvantage any Dundee," and thundered on throughall other day, but he refused, not being
:4t ,f it was almost as wide as the reputation Smith, would you be so kind 'as to woman ''upon 'given so'limiteda, sphere, the three verses. musical. :My window is also very
of his learning. He was a very'' read the reports of the society upon of the higher walks of life as flower "Ah," said 'he, "I like that tune. often open when I play, but' I d n't
'ugly as well as a very wicked man. this subject?" missions. She was only a poor crea- I 'It's nice and loud. I' don't like many suppose any one remarks me. 'I ab
He was excessively small and exces-. A tall, pale young person, with elevated ture, with a large house and garden Scotch tunes, but I like that one." played to you. But what is all this
; I sively thin, and he had a little round, eyebrows and a pince-nez set- and a kindly heart. "I like loud tunes, too," faltered .going to lead to?" added he abruptly,
''' h\ fat face, with a monstrous mouth, the ; tled a little awry upon an aquilinenose Thus it came to pass: that at the end of :Miss Linn.Ie I have a set of 'Bonnie I and rather loudly.
'i .1 false teeth of which were perpetually opened a note-book slowly. The the five minutes,when one stood up and Dundee'marked F. F all through; The poor creature was startled, and
1 click; and he had a way pressing in a quavering voice, began : up and proposed another thing, Miss "F. F. all through," exclaimed Pro- Her lips began to quiver, and, insteadof
; "'up his lips so that they reminded one "The conversion of Professor Nabs Isabella Linn sat silent and blushing fessor Nabs, with interest. "Dear me! giving a precise answer to such a
of the shape of a new moon. Two was first undertaken by this society in her place. For, to begin with, she I should like to see that set. :Most precise question, as she ought to have
..deep, wavering furrows, like black 'upon the 29th of :March last. Uponthe 'had not been able to think of any- extraordinary that I should never done, she gave no answer at all.
clouds, guarded each side of his little evening of that day an anonymous thing; and, secondly, if she had, she have come across it. It is a pity you Now, the one thing that Professor
,.impertinent chin. His eyes were impertinent letter was posted, addressed to the would never have summoned courage can never get it loud enough, con- Nabs could not abide was silence.
I'r } itrc **' too, very black and ridicu- Professor, and signed '.Ii Sincere enough to propose it. tinued he, "but-I think I might :Miss Linn's silence at once put him
lously large, and crowned by a massive Friend,' couched in the following And yet, so strange are the work- manage it." out of sorts,to such an extent that he
r brow as white as snow, which was, terms: Professor Nabs, you are work- ings of Providence and the ways of "I dare say," replied ':Miss Linn; repeated his question with quite a
t of course,.,the strong.point"of his face. ing the ruin not only of yourself, but nature. that out of all the six, there and added, with a great blush, There shout and in a still more undesirableform
He walked,with little mincing step, of thousands of innocent souls. 'Pause, :was not one' ,who took 'Prof. Nabs'scase are some nice hymns at the end of the :
like a dancing-master's, and, summer turn, retrieve the past, before it is too : so seriously and bitterly to heartas same book." What are you doing here?"
,and winter, his small form',was shrouded late!l' The Sunday after the dispatchof :Miss Linn.: 0-h, indeed!1" said he, opening It doesn't do to shout at poor crea
down to the knees by a faded brown 'this letter, a tract was slipped Like many another and more famous his eyes slightly. Well, you might tures. It fairly terrified this one all
th overcoat. under the door by me. It was a very woman, if she had but little intellect, lend me that book, and if the hymnsare to pieces. She had just time to raise
+ i t.. .Chumbleton proper lay in a valley. impressive one: What dost Thou Do she had a mighty 'faith; and so, 'all >F., F. too, perhaps.I'll.have' a bangat herself slightly in order to get her
M i At the outskirts of the town stood St. upon Sunday?' Just at the momentI through the long balmy night follow- them also. Pray, are you the handkerchief out of the pocket of her
Peter's, the fashionable church of the put it in, Professor Nabs happenedto ing that meeting, little Miss Linn young lady,who,hangs about my house lavender print dress, and in her agonyof
,' "fpirce,and from the door of St. Peter's be playing very wildly upon the tossed and retossed upon her bed,. all and-leaves tracts at ,,the door?" confusion she simply told the whole
i a straight ,country road called Cliff piano-forte, so I thought I might ven- for the sake of poor, unworthy, benighted "N-no," faltered :Miss Linn. truth.
} Road, bordered by two green banks, ture to ring the bell slightly, and waitto Professor Nabs. And just "Oh, you're not,'' said Professor "I belong to the Flower :Mission,"
"led up a hill to where a colony of see what would be the result. when the cold, gray dawn began to Nabs, running his hands up and down she began, her voice quavering and
td villas and semi-detached houses had "The servant must have taken it creep in, she came to such a tragical the piano and covering her with a I I her heart beating, "but, at the same:
; f sprung up of late years. Prof. Nab's straight up-stairs, for only a minute resolve that the very horror of it made piercing flash of his raven eyes. time, we have a secret mission, and it
:: Chouse, a fine rambling old place, overlooked had elapsed when the ,piano stopped; ,her bury her fair little head under "Then who are you?" is the conversion of Professor Nabs!"
j1 '" one of 'these green banks, mid- but an instant afterward, to my,great both pillows, and soon she was fast She twisted and untwisted her continued poor :Miss Linn, who had
way betwixt St. Peter's and the villas, surprise, the keys were banged ,loudly asleep.When. hands, and grew 'as white as'her own fairly broken down, and held her
i h 'and a beautiful 'old-fashioned garden about in all.directions,.making a most she ''got up in the morning lilies again. tII am :Miss 'Isabella handkerchief to her eyes. "If JW
.stretched:; away for several acres to deafening and disagreeable noise, and, her feelings were doubtless 'much'the Linn, flower missionary to the incur- would only reform. If you would
'$ the right of it. Prof. Nabs began calling out again same as those experienced by Jeromeof ables." only take to good ways, and come to
Now it so happened that ProfessorS and again the very name of the tractI Prague and John Huss a few min- "What incurables?" asked ,Professor church on a Sunday. You have time
t .' ) had a mania for architecture; had just given in: What Dost Thou utes before their execution; only that Nabs, with sudden interest. yet; you don't know how soon it maybe
'y i u' nnd as his three learned friends, like Do upon Sunday? theirs'of, course, could not have been Now, it is a trait of character com- too late. And-and-this is why
' ; .the sinners they were, generally chose "I went away very much disheart- half so fearful, because they were Jerome mon to all poor creatures, that if they I'm here.-to tell you this."
f ( i -Sundays for running down to see him, ened, but I have since heard from a of Prague and John Huss, whereas have a hobby, they are: sure to be ableto There was a dead pause of an instant
'it was not an uncommon thing for the friend of mine at the universitytowhom this was only little :Miss Isabella talk about it. Therefore, as :Miss and then Professor Nabs began
';righteous worshipers of St. Peter's to I did, not, of course, communicate Linn, a poor creature.At Linn's hobby was undeniably the in- to laugh, yet not unkindly; almost, it
be disturbed by an atrocious Scotch any of the foregoing-that the half-past ten o'clock she put on curables, the very mention of their seemed, asj if he saw a great deal ot
accent bursting in through the half- improvisation of anthems has lately her new lavender print and her white name made, as it were, another woman humor in all this, and was immensely
open windows with such profane become a favorite. pastime of Professor muslin hat, with the buttercups in the of her, and she at once began tickled by,it.
,: snatches as "heedjous galleries," Nabs. I was very much consoled to front of it; and having filled a large with comparative ease. "Poor creature?" he exclaimed he
t meeserable buttresses," which were hear this, as I had thought simply basket with the choisest lilies of the "I go to the incurables every week. at last.
surely enough to put even saints beside meant to insult me.., valley and white lilac in her garden, There are thirty of themfourteeenmen "I know that," replied Miss Linn
( themselves. "A week after this, however, whenI sallied out by the back way to Prof. and sixteen women., Only seven from behind her pocket handkerchief.
t I In addition to his mania for architecture -, was just in the act of leaving another Nabs's. out of the thirty are able to go to "This is, a new idea," continued the
he had mania: ,for the piano tract in the same manner, it opened Now it so 'happened that professor church. There is one old gardener'swife Professor grimly; "the opening of 'anew
forte, which was .still more frightful;. suddenly, and a servant said he had Nabs had received by that morning's who has been there for fortytwoyears and a great field," waving his
,for he was exceedingly fond of noise, been to give the depositor of these post a letter; signed by four bishops, and all that time she has never hand slightly toward the open win,
l F and had a voice which was nothing tracts his masters thanks and compli- earnestly entreating him to suppress a seen a tree. There is an old man, do"I have heard of many missions
if it was not loud. Thus it was a yet ments, and the. housemaid was now certain number of "a certain pamphlet John Thomposn, who used to playa for the conversion of many heathen
'less uncommon thing for the worshipers -' supplied with plenty of waste paper issued by him to the students of Chum- barrel-organ in the street twenty but 'this is the first time I ever!
on their way home to the colonyof for several months to come. bleton University; and'as he had not years ago, but he fell down,a gas-hole heard of a. mission for the conversionof
villas from the "heedjous galleries "Last Saturday-all the members. the faintest idea,of doing such thing, in the dark at the time of the Princeof a professor of mathematics. Butt
of St. Peter, to be made to turn red know what took place last Saturday! he was necessarily in high good humor Wales's marriage, and he has never he continued more snappishly,
or blue, according to their complexion,' However,. as it is down on the books and thought he felt very much like been out of bed since. The matron won't come to anything. Secret things:
and, angry- or amused according to I may as well repeat it. having a tune upon the piano. There says he still.wanders in his sleep about never do, any, moVe than.silent thingsTHE -

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So you want me to go to church, do absolution that a noise in the middle he could deliver in "the wards of an ":

you? 3Jy dear kind creature, con- aisle ,made every pew start round, as, incurable hospital. FAMILY GROCERIES!

tinued he, in a graver tone, "don't if impelled by one electric, shock and They were seven respectable, faint,

trouble or distress yourselves about stare as they had probably never and weary-looking incurables l ; there.

jae. I was beyond conversion half a stared before. No wonder, 'either, was ,plenty of room for their poor,. ..
century before you were born- knowing, as they did, nothing about tired limbs in the long pews, even
which was a direct libel upon himself, the Flower Mission for the conversionof without crushing Professor (Nabs and PIWHITNER &, SCHUYLER 1

for Professor Nabs was only just turn- Professor Nabe. the six Flower Ii sionll-ries.

ed forty. "I, too, am an old incur- First of all, there was little Miss Professor Nabs: What had come over
able" Linn, in her white.muslin and butter- him? From the first' ibmellt, his eyes
her at the word hat., She looked half dead with lighted on the'white faces' and distorted
She pricked up ears cup
forms, the grin uponhis face died,like a
and dried her blue eyes. fright, her big, pretty blue eyes wan- beam of sunshine at the coming of snow. Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store,
If you please, that is because you dering all around her in a terrified, And even as 'Miss: Linn brightened up

don't go to church," she replied illog- agonizing sort of way, saying as and began to look about her a little, .
ically- "It is in a large seat, not far plainly as possible, Here's Professor shadows of darkness gathered about his I I ,
white brow, and pain quivered around i No. 47 : :EIrcuIIILEI- : :
from the side door, that the incurablessit. Nabs. Next there were three members his eyes, until by-and-by he began to TR.Er7,
They come in always just in of the Flower :Mission-three clasp and unclasp his hands, and to mut- ,
time for the sermon. There is old earnest young women, one short and ter and shake his head to himself, until

Roger Bryan, with the twisted spine, flabby, who plodded over the tiles the surrounding pews were divided in A full line'of Goods, carefully selected'for family use: :...x.
and quite blind. They lead him in, with fat, noisy steps, another who feeling into as tears to whether or into laughter.they should breakout .

and he has a very bad temper, some- turned her toes in, and a third with There was one old woman who particularly ,

how. The man who always leads long ear-rings, who, having some seemed to fascinate him. He
him died last week, though. And idea of elegance advanced with hands turned his eyes upon her, then shut

there's that man's sister, a girl drooping from the wrist, and long them spasmodically; only to open them FINE GftOCERIE TE AND GOFFEE
and fasten them her
upon again; a
with a white face and a great lot up-and-down steps, like a camel's. world of concentrated pain in their,eloquent ,
of yellow' hair. And they say she'll Thirdly, there was :Miss Smith, who black depths And as time and

soon be dead, too. Old Mrs. Hodge, settled her eye-glass all the way up, the sermon went on he grew, only the .
with the black shawl, looks so well and Miss Pointer, who hid her shame more violently agitated, waving himself .r
that you really never would think she behind her pocket-handkerchief. Last about, and leaning his head down, untilat a 1:'

hadn't any arms-" of all, there was-Professor Nabs. last excitement the whole to church know was what tremblingwith would Pure Spices, Canned Goods, .. ::, ..". :; l,

"I say," screamed Professor Nabs, All the rest of this strange scene happen next. They knew before very "' '

raising himself suddenly and bringinghis went for nothing in the minds of the long. All of a sudden he raised himself, 'tf f

hand down with a bang upon the spectators, as soon as their startled and stammering something to Miss Linn, 1
"what are telling me all senses drank in the fact that before crushed his way past her and the other 1I
piano, you
this for? I can't stand it, arid I won't." them in flesh and blood, was Professor and missionaries fled down and the the middle poor aisle incurables out of, Imported Pickles sauces Dried! Fruits Its, !I

And before poor :Miss Linn had re- Nabs. He pranced triumphantlyafter the church, banging the oak door be- .
covered from the shock he pranced Miss Smith and Miss Pointer, his hind him. r 1s

over to the door and held it open for yellow green hat in one hand, a very It was all so sudden that for fully s.

her to pass out. Then shuffling nois- large prayer-book and hymn-book three rector minutes nor missionaries after he was nor gone congregationhad neither j. J.. j

ily down stairs after her he threw held prominently in the other. The been able to recover themselves. CRACKERS AND CANDIES .<, I'.." "-"?; r. :
open' the front door, and all of a sud- ruby beams played on his big, snow- Besides: which, even if they had been ,f f. 1.
den, with a kindly oction, laid a de- white brow; as he passed by the stones of the ground instead of stolid I .'.,, v: r :

taining hand upon the lavender print brown saints in the niches. It quite Englishmen: that poignant half-whisper ,. '", """ .-, J, p.
', "
stammered tofis.'S Linn must surely, ;* *
dress. seemed as if these battered saints i : r'
: surely have been pathetic enough to' Toilet Soap and Perfumery i '
"My dear," said he, "I won't have were lending a little of their bor- move them. '" -" :' "

any secret missions converting me. If rowed I lustre to him. ":\y mother was an incurable." *; -:.*" i-
that Flower :Mission wants to .convert Up the long aisle went Miss Linn, So this; was what came of earnestness! Best Brands Family Elour, :. ;. !

met why doesn't it do so openly? If and made a violent dash into the two Poor Flower Missionaries! Deserted by .
Professor: Nabs, they sat alone, covered<
it wants to convert me, it can tell the big empty pews waiting for the incurables with shame and confusion-the butts of Choice Butter and Cheese

town so-and so shall I; and it can whither she was followed in due the whimsical, the observed: of all observers : .. -. f "i ,

ask me to go to church with it, and, course by the rest of the Flower Mission : from the rector: down to the ,, ;"J, ..
just for once in a way, I will go to and Professor Nabs. By this incurables themselves.Yes Hams, Bacon, Lard, etc.,
church with it. Nobody shall ever time the congregation had so far ; but the next morning! <
The Professor Nabs I
}have it in their power to say that Pro- recovered from their surprise as to be visit: next to the morning stuffy little incurable paida hos- ,.' ,
fessor Nabs refused to encourage a able to return to their devotions.If pital. Half an hour afterward it was .
new idea. But as for more young there was one thing that St. Pe- known all through Chumbleton that he <', ::

women hanging about my doors, and I ter's prided itself in more than anotherit had delivered over his big, old-fashioned CIGARS, AND TOIB.A.OOCX ,

sticking tracts in my letter-box, I object was the singing of the choir. The roomy house, and big, sweet-smelling
and comfortable furniture and
to the thing on principle, and congregation would as soon have ,
piano, all, for henceforth and evermore,
won't have it. And now you can go thought of joining in the rector's partof to the incurables. In the morning he

home and tell the rest of them that the Litany as of joining in the sing- took a small lodging for himself in St. I -Free, elivery. Fresh Supplies Weekly mar23 .
from me." ing. To Professor Nabs, however, Peter's Square, and, to the immense dis- I I I
It was Sunday morning, and the who knew none of these things, it concertment of the organist of St. Peter's, [From the Indianapolis Times.] ,
bells of St. Peter's were ringing for seemed that all this rising and fallingof a big back pew in the organ gallery. The :R. .A."US PIN, I
Flower Missionaries felt just a little bet- An LetterFrom
church. A fine, sunshiny day, the the voices was but a poor affair, ter when these things happened in the Interesting MANUFACTURER OF f{

little white clouds sped merrily away and by the way of; as he mentally morning. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ward It.
over the laughing blue sky, the little expressed it, helping them on a bit, Day by day the incurables sat about : Mr. Harry W. Olmstead, Proof-
birds were twittering in and out of he struck up with such a lusty the sweet lawns, and under the shady reader of "The Times." AND DEALER IN
trees, breathing forth one long chorus of The following letter is encouraging and
the green banks bordering Cliff road, and discordant shout, that the.little blessings to Professor Nabs. Sunday worthy of careful perusal, as it does, fromso ,
PARLOR R O r F IC 11g C00 K ST0 T VBr S
the lilacs and the hawthorns were boys of the choir giggled outright, after Sunday Professor Nabs roared to reliable a source, unsolicited. It contains ,
smelling at all the corners; the yellow and the elder members it turn'edcrimson his heart's content, under the very sha- facts of great value:
sand of the church square kept firm in from shame and discomfiture. dow of the organ, and then watched the INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. 12, 1884.
its place in spite of the breeze, for Professor Nabs, however, thoughthe incurables from afar with twinkling eyes, DR. DAVID KENNEDY, Emmdout, N. Y.
while people in the pews below whis- DEAR SIR-For ten years I have been a J JOf
there had been shower last The
a night was getting on nicely.
pered to any strangers who might hap- sufferer from disease of the kidneys, at 1 1N 1Ty
and it was still damp. The great exhilarated him, being so much louder pen to be with them: "That is Professor times so much so as to make life a burden.
budding laburnum in the middle of than anything he could produce from Nabs; I'll tell you afterward about-the During this time several of the best physi-
the square nodded its golden podsto the piano, PO that he excelled even conversion of Professor Nabs." cians in Indiana have treated me with littleor
no success, until I had almost despairedof JI
and fro; and, meantime, the bells the wildest of his every-day efforts. hearted What if there to were that some people did hard not relief. I then tried several advertised

rang out up above in the tower of St.Peter's. He had all the abandon of a great art- believe in enough his conversion say at they all? And remedies, but nothing produced the desired
ist too and much carried result until a friend who had been relieved
was so away what if there were others strange enoughto induced to give DR. DAVID KENNE-
Inside the church the long ruby and by his own enthusiasm during the think he must have been convertedall DY'S FAVORITE me REMEDY a trial; I
green and fawn-colored beams were psalms that he shook his head and along? The most pious and the wis. I did so. After taking one bottle I experience i I
lighting up the battered plaster saints emphasized himself from first to last, est held up their hands in amazement, I relief. I took another and was charmed 1MFS
that a great and wicked man like Professor i with the result. In all I have taken
and glorifying the pure, indestructible generally coming in a little to late at Nabs could have been converted by four bottles, and can truly say I feel like a
marble, and glaring fiercely at the red the end of each verse. Indeed, he the like of a Flower Mission, and little new man. I am confident I am entirely the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
cloth of the clumsy organ-gallery. Itwas was so much struck with the advantages Miss Isabella Linn-a poor creature. cured as it has been several months since .1

nearly eleven, and most of the possessed by the organ over the : A- poor creature! Everybody wondered took the of last a return medicine of, and the disease.there is no I dedication have- COOfflG CTEXSILS OF ALL KINDS,

high-backed pews were comfortably piano as an accompanying instrumentthat i after a little, how they could have recommended your remedy to several suffering -
,. made such a mistake. Early one sultry who have also been relieved, FORCE PUMPS
filled. Little old women had begunto he sat quite quietly all throughthe Professor:Nabs removed friends LIFT AND ,
autumn morning sincere thanks to
I write this to return
turn over the leaves of their aged reading of the first lesson busy again; this time to a larger house with a you for the cure which my has been effected in WROUGIIT-IRON PIPES.
prayer-books; respectable heads of with an abstruse calculation as to how larger and even a sweeter garden than my case, and also desire to say I think suff-
families fastened their eyes dreamilyon much income he would lose, how much his own had been. Professor Nabs was ering humanity owes you a debt of gratitudefor
married to Miss Isabella Linn, and wentto your wonderful scientific discovery. I DRIVES' WELLS A
the wooden the interest he would have to and
big cross over en-
pay, in lies let all sufferers
live in Miss Linn's house; and after shall do all that me to -
trance to the chancel and thought of how big a lump sum it would cost to a. time the house became not a bit too know where they may find relief, and AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
to-morrow's expenses; their flippantsons buy an organ as large as this one of large for its inmates, and there was-not thereby in some measure remunerate you TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
and in. all the .for the good you have done me. I Wind Mills for pumping water or running
daughters looked at each St. Peter's and to build an organ- a happier household country life and prosperity, and
Wishing long
you erected
other and three dotted chamber for it behind his round. Well, the Chumbleton peoplewere I light machinery promptly sateat
; two or spar- drawing- A thanking you for prolonging my life am Church, Factory and :School: Bells for
getting used to surprises. poor HARRY W. OLMSTEAD.Dr. I
ingly about, were remembering that room. He was thus alike oblivious to bowed a bargain.
creature indeed! Everybody
Rondout N.
they had come to but even they the curiosity of the congregation, the Kennedy, y r Stoves at Wholesale Prices.:
pray low to the Mrs. Nabs occasionallyeven !
great ; Y., assures the public, by a reputation All delivered at the various trans
had a general idea that it was oppres- burning indignation of the rector and adding with a sigh, which might which he cannot afford to forfeit or imperil, portation goods stations within the city free ot:
sively hot, and that the lilacs and the blushes of the Flower Mission. mean many things. "Ah! I used to that the Favorite Remedy" does invigorate -! charge. All sales for cash. "

laburnums were smelling sweetly out- By the time the second lesson began, know her as little Miss Isabella Linn." Bladder the complaints blood, cures, as well Liver as, those Kidney diseases and i! CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.

<,idtj} however, he had made up his mind and weaknesses peculiar to females. J. L. i iHorsey. I Fernandina, Fla., July 12,1884.Xotice. .
':y and by the organ began to speak, that the organ scheme was impossible, Baltimore,\YiUiulll, Md.3IcKiie\v., says : "I believe 124 Fayette Favorite st. .& Co. have it. i!
and went and elo- and :Miss Linn to be sit- I .
thundering singing as happened Remedy' is a good medicine. It is doingme i
& CO.
i'l'-mly' + to itself in a way so utterly ting next to him, he thought he mightas more good than anything I ever tried, C. C. STRATTON To the holders of the eight per cent. (Freeland)
and I have tried almost everything, for I ama bonds of the Florida inroad ConlJftn.Yiissued
<* ohd' and well out few of the most
} superior to everything point a sufferer from dyspepsia." While Favorite OF MACON, GEORGIA, in 18.1] :
:s, in the church--except, perhaps, glaring architectural delinquencies to Remedy' is a specific in stomach and NDER AN ORDER OFTHE't'NITEDStates !
"M: Linn bladder diseases, it is equally valuable in MADE THE MODE IIRO'.S, TI Court for the Northern
f' brown, battered saints lit up her-until little :Miss was so ter- HAVE ,! Circuit
1 m' : cases of bilious disorders. Constipation of FJa., the -' i District of Florida, made upon motion of
Lit' beams of the windows ror-stricken that she almost went off
: glowing Agents to contract for the sale of their in
the bowels and all the class of ills apparently complainants' solicitors, April 14, 1885,
:, : even the little old women shut into hysterics.The the constitution of I and other
inseparable from BRICK, IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties I i the suit of William M. Tunno,
!"hen- prayer-books and listened with prayers came to an end l, and women. will all in- I bondholders, vs. the Florida Railroad Com-
l}!",v heads and hushed breath. just as' the rector mounted into his formation wishing as regards to purchase prices from them.get j r pany, ct al., you are hereby notified that
::' "*' as the bell stopped and eleven pulpit the side door opened, and the NETV, CHEAP AKD GOOD. Samples of different qualities and stylescan I I all and bonds exhibited and coupons before me mint for examinationand produced

'v, ; I\ out, the vestry door opened, seven poor incurables came totteringin. E r ESp BOILE S be seen at the office. MODE of BRO'S, registry, within threemonths from be the
anti ue date hereof in order that you may con-
; long double row of white cho- It was a strange practice this, SECOND HAND.- 26 Fernandina. sidered and treated: as parties to the suit.
Pl!".t'l'lo Then the the rector. To
trooped briskly in. probably instituted by SAMUEL A. SWAN,
prayer-books were opened again, and more than one of the incurables it ALL KINDS OF MACHUIERY AT LOW PRICES JAMES ; Special Master.

fcwm the whole congregation was declaring seems as if they had begun at the ComT; >Ue GInA.-1m

with one voice that it had wrong end of the service; but very -"k for Cmalogne and Prfcea N-fo'e nvlns. Alachua Street, between Second and Third, For Sale. .

done those things which it ought not possibly the rector thought it was an BAKDLE & DU E MACH'' ? GO FLA. A very good Organ, whose catalogue price
to have indeed to at home will be sold at $55. '
Jut done, which was easy thing say prayers ; is $165, '
true. whereas, 'it was exceedingly diffi- 65, 67; 69, Elm ST., CIRCIBHSTI! 0. Orders'and estimates from a distance care- I Also, a $GQ Sewing Machine" at GODSREY.
(Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) i MRS. ) \ -,"
It was just toward the, middle" of, the cult ,thing to listen to a sermon such fully attended to. .. ,' 25-tf t ,' -.
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!ijl THE; FLOIMDA lIRRO u. miles of railroad diverge from this THE LIGHT VOTE. Russia and England. IT STANDS AT THE HEAD ;-

I point, and freights to this port are as We do not regard the light voteon The Panama Canal will remain

!: GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. election of as an indication -
delegates for
r low as any other on,the seaboard. Lesseps a monument more enduring -
.SJ4; of of interest in the
( Bwbacription, 82 per year; six months 81. a want and more valuable than any
I PERNICIOUS READING. revision of the constitution. It is
jt. ; ever built to Emperor or Pharaoh. ,...-.......
Office corner Centre and First streets second floor
The casual observer cannot but be always-the case that a greater effort .

U j RATES OF ADVERTISING. struck with the frequency and aggravated will be made to elect men to offices NOTICE. i .

J i I1 Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for character of the, social of profit and power than tQ'mere IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT _......................-...............-...........-........-._ .:

j Aa} each subsequent insertion. crimes reported in the daily press. places of honor. The personal interest -' NOTICE following described lands will
i Special notices, 15 cents a line.
be sold at Public Auction the FIRST DAYor
J I Reading notices 25 cents a line. The murder of wives by husbands, and the excitement of general JUNE at the City Hall on in Fernandina This that cut shows the new style of wood work

11 Special rate for time advertisements upon appli and the crimes growing out of domestic elections arouses people to action- or so much thereof as will be necessary to the company is now introdm.inl*
i cation at the office. pay the amounts due for taxes herein set
1 toCommunications upon all matters local inter infidelities, resulting so oftenin the convention is an abstract ques- opposite the same, together with costs of

1 ,. est solicited from all parts of the county and from brutal murders and, homicides, tion, and both parties were willing sale and advertising.

14f.. long the' lines of Florida railways. seem to increase day by day. The that the other should be represented.: t G:

AH communications,intended for publication reporters for the seize Should the work of the conventionbe K.BIE. LOT. 0 AM'T.
press upon
should be addressed, to the Editor; all business!
letters simply to THE FLORIDA: MIRROR.SA these incidents with eagerness, di- upon lines generally accepted, it

Zl late upon all the horrors for the will be received and passed upon Renno Adams ..............s. i _... ... $2 25
i TURD Y, MA Y 9, 1SS5. L. Dozier..................... ,2........ 38.... 30 50
public until our most widely read pro forma.ye see no reason to Florida Transit H. R... .. I

1; THE DELEGATE ELECTION.As dailies have become in fact police doubt that the changes will be wharf taxes of IR83..)............ ......, 38 50
}. n. & X. Cn.. wharf!
lr we anticipated, the general re1uit gazettes, lacking only the horrors of wisely and acceptably made and the. improvement at foot ;

of the election has followed pictorial illustration to put them in new constitution adopted. of Beach st.. known ,
as the SS. wharf RIL
j party lines, and the convention will the same class. Having already en- We are not surprised at the, resultin shops and fixtu res.1 I

1i be composed of about the same tered into the line of pictorials, it our own cd 1nty. No effort was in machinery said slop.and......tool.......i..' .... ..;..43 I 50

tl political material as the last Legis- not be long before the horrorsof made to overcome the usual F. R. d X. Co.. 2.GGO f.
may party track........................ ..... .....45: 09
i lature. There will he, however, a crime may be made more sensa- majority.THE F. R. & X. Co.. 7.275 ft. .
number of able and aid of the --.----- ------ side track........................ I 01 28
1 distinguished tional by the photo-en .
i I LESSEPS PANAMA CANAL. G. R. Fairbanks.............3. 4, 5, 6.39..t 21 25
men who will give strength and dignity graver. All this must be necessarily Friendship Lodge: (
I :Much unfriendly and depreciating s. e. )except ........... 48...! 6 75 Artistically Beautiful.
to that body. : demoralizing, and increase the tendency J. H. :\Ioonev.........-.... _... 6 12
y In this county Charles W. Lewis, to crimes of this character: criticism has been made upon the R.E. Robins n... ......... 25..3. ... 7 12 Without a Peer.
: Panama Canal project now being George ... 2 88
aLiberal Republican ; State Senator' The suspicious or jealous husband, George ......... IL... 13 25 IX ITS MECHANICAL: eOxSTRLCIIOS
carried on under Lesseps. One Andrew .......... 245.. 6 00
. H. C. Baker and Samuel have weak in mind the unbalanced and Robinson..e.
1 would that such T. I... 2..... 81... 2 62 RIVAL!
: been elected by a large majority. desperate woman, day by day filling suppose a stupen- L. W. .......... 70... 11 00
The new lines of attachment
dous for the benefit of all NKNOWy-1884.. that are
, ,. The vote was a very light one in the their minds with the details of social enterprise ................................... 24. 9......2..... 5 13 now being placed with each "Domestic"are
, whole county, and little interest was crimes become crazed imitators, and nations, and most of all for the ben- ................................... 26. .14... 4 13 specialties. No other machine has them
, efit of this country would receive ................................... I, 2.14..19.... 3 19 These attachments and the new wood-work
; manifested. seek notoriety in the ever open columns I ...............?.................. n 1-1020 make the "Domestic' more than ever.with-
I ____ of the vicious praise and encouragement instead of i : 21...... 268.. 163 out question,
, J THE BEACH RAILROAD. daily press or : (Old Town}......:...........13,14..10..., 1 50 .
pictorial weekly. To the thousandsof disparagement.From 1883. The Acknowledged Standard of

I} The beginning of the construction the reports made from timeto ................................... 8..2..... 2 25
I of railroad to the beach is young men and women growingup (Old Town}.................. n. B.....40... 3 25 Excellence.FOR .
j a very with little moral restraint or reli- time by the officers of the United (Old Town).................31.,5., .... 2 00 -
\ gratifying to our citizens, and is a States Navy and other government (Old Town).................. ......... ... 2 00
gious faith, these sickening stories SALE BY-
\ step forward in improvement of officials, their main purpose seems C. J. WESTBERG.

much importance. The growth of ah have an unhealthy attraction and to be to show how little has been City Collector of Taxes. HENRY HOBEIN,
the daily paper or the vile police Fernandina, Fla., May 1, 1885.
town is dependent concentrating done how much has been
upon many for and money -- FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
gazette are largely sought
Notice for Final
,causes, and each new enterprise expended, and how much remainsto Discharge.
i read for the stories of crime. The MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
i: has weight and influence. appetite for horrors and the detailsof be done. publication of this notice I will presentto Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
: The advantages of Fernandina as In a gigantic enterprise like this the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor Address,
crime, even to the most disgusting Nassau county, my final accounts and
j' a commercial port are well known, and no exact calculations as to time or vouchers as executor of the estate of DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
minutia, is thus engendered WILLIAM :MARSON, deceased, and ask for a RICHMOND, VA.
but need much than that.
we more
expense were possible. great
sustained, and doubtless the sudden final discharge.JOHN
I Many people decide upon a place of ebullitions of emotional insanity Brooklyn Bridge was eight years in A. ELLERMANN Executor., SEWING MACHINES,

: residence because of their confidence building at a cost of thirteen mil- Fernandina Fla.. April 4, 1885. 6m
in the mind familiar
have their origin ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES,
J in its healthfulness and the pleasure lions of dollars although estimatedfor
with the stories of other crimes ENGINEERS OUT OF EMPLOYMENT For Sale'Manufacturers' Prices
in itS' surroundings., To such Fer- at much less. As a rule, all our TO to take agency of article required by .. '
and the means of accomplishing all steam consumers. Liberal discounts. Address, --.ALSo-
xiandina offers great attractions. them. government work exceeds the esti- II. STONE 49 Dey. Street N.'Y. City of every description, anl

Situated near to, but not upon, the mates and sometimes quadruples it. ATT A"H'ni NT for'any Sewing Machine,
The has a powerful .influ- for sale.
sea shore, it has all the advantagesof press We have been about thirty or forty 40 .' 1885 -
ence for good and for evil. It has a
'Old :Machines repaired at moderate
such location. The beach is
higher mission than to gratify a years building a custom house at Rose Leaf Fine prices.
Cut ;:
one of the finest in the world, and NewOrleans and it is not yet finished HENRY HOBEIX,
morbid and prurient curiosity, even Corner Third and Ash Streets,
" the surf bathing ,has elements of if such gratification was harmless, and our Capitol at Washington is no Navy Clipping 8 Fernandina.Fla.

t safety and accessibility nowhere else but much more is it bound to lookto yet completed in full. So we may and Snuffs

w 1 to be found in as great a measure. It the interests of morality and the allow the great enterprise of con- NET'1RUAj

is""very noticeable that Fernandinais necting two oceans and saving 10,000
well-being of society, to gratifythis
situated upon an elevation, and leads to miles of distance a little extra time. _
prurient curiosity corruption 9
hence has excellent means for thor- and evil AVe Lieutenant Winslow, one of these TINSF %> 0EWkj

ough drainage and a free circulationof know the sordid consequences.plea advanced by naval critics, admits that about nine-

air. The hills which rise cubic ONE
pure those who pander to this craving for teen millions metres have

near the city? present hundreds of1'I the sensational, that the knowledgeof been excavatecfc.leaving 128 millions -

' beautiful locations for residences, crime and to be removed.. Well, that is some ONTO OTJ-EtlE: 3XTO P.A.Y.DICKEY'S : -
serves as a warning
f and the construction of the beach
and indicates that in tenyears
moral well adorns
points a as as a
railway will make of these : EYE WATER
many tale, but this poor excuse we all the work can be completed. PAINLESS -

i locations easily accessible. Thous- know has no foundation in fact. He admits that there are 15,000 AT ONCE. Cures inflamed and
ands of people in the interior will laborers employed and that $70- RELIEVES in a few hours. Gives NO PAIN. ac i
Crime often assumes an epidemic Price,25 cents bottle.. Ask for it. ik
a be able to visit the sea shore at Fer- form when repeated instances of 000,000 have been expended. DICKEY & ANDERSON Prop'rs, Bristol, Tenn.

nandina, and if they choose erect some class of crime are made public Lieutenant McLean takes a more I WILL PAY $2.50 PER DAYTo

summer cottages to which their families the favorable view than Lieutenant Win- all who work for me at home. To many I can
through press.It afford to pay more.
; ; can come at a trifling expense, slow. He thinks the has
is unnecessary to point out to money STEADY EMPLOYMENT. Light, Pleasant Work.
and enjoy a picnic life for weeks or the student of human nature that to been well expended, and that the SEND POSTAL CARD TO W. W. RIDOUT, LOUISVILLE, KY. ,'

months. Sea-beach excursions will, a depraved mind a social scandal canal will be completed not in 1888, JNT ENDING ADVERTISERS should address :

no doubt, become very popular, and but in a reasonable time.
and is of weak- GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., --
tragedy suggestive a '
as it is contemplated that the road :: T ;: :
; of the of the
ness to be assailed and of evil ends One greatest special 10 Spruce Street New York City
' can be used for trains the excursionists works connected with the under- FOR SELECT,LIST OF 1,000 NEWSPAPERS. T n!/
which may be accomplished. The any' 5t :
can be landed on the.beach with- taking is the dam to control the "TO 1 -tr Y
; details of a successful burglary show ADVERTISERS. ._ 5
out transfer. flow of the Chagres river during the e
how other burglaries may be carriedout A list of 9frt newspapers DIVIDED INTO '
The road will be in operation, we and the inmates of a dwelling rainy season. The dam is to be STATES cationFREE.To AND SECTIONS. will be sent on appli- :

}; learn, by the 10th of June, and its silenced by murder if need be. one mile in length and 205 feet those who want their advertising to pay we F '* y v 1R
can offer no better medium for thorough and
opening will be hailed with delight high. It will form a reservoir to effective work than the various !sections of our j-x _
The press needs to reform itself, ; Select Local List. =?= i j *
e' by all. contain GOOOOOOOOOnlCtres of water GEO. KOWET.,1.: fc CO.,
and we suggest that this i side of the Newspaper! Advertising Bureau,
i r The effect of this beach railway question be prominently brought for- with discharge gates. The cut.at the 10 Spruce street, New York.

;f will, no doubt, be very beneficial to ward at the next'n1eetinfrfor mutual summit of the canal will be 820 feet rEGT l JIGULAftl.

the interests of Fernandina. Thereis gratulation. in width at the top, sloping to the C. C. STRATTON & CO., P -'dflN .EVr.f{r( pf\l NEVER

no perceptible reason, why our ----..-- ---- .. .... bottom of the canal. Contracts OF MACON, GEORGIA, C)1As EQCAl OUT or OR Et1.1

I city should not keep pace with the WHEAT experts in the Northwest. have been let for much of the work, No )

i t general growth ,and prosperity of the estimate that the yield this'year and the company is doing 'a por- HAVE MADE THE, MODE Fla., the BRO\S authorized NEWH. 91iInrfM; CHlrt

t State. As we have more than once will be about 413,000,006bushels.. tion of it directly. When com Agents to contract for the sale of their 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYOftK'

said, all we need is to show our own This with 121,000,000 bushels leftover pleted it will be the greatest achievement BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties c\CAG'O o ANQ Pt;\..ANr9/

faith and confidence. There are will make a total of 534,000- of the human race, both''' as -ILL. MASS. GA.

branches of business which bushels. Of this amount 315,000- wishing to purchase will get all information FOR SALE BY
, many regards the ends to be accomplished as regards prices from them. -
1 : be carried here will be for home Samples of different qualities and styles
could profitably on bushels required, and the difficulties to be surmounted, W JAMES lcGIFI'IX,
can he :;seen at the office of
I which are not now occupied. A consumption, leaving 219,000,000 and yet with its prospective cost of MODE BRO'S, AND BUILDER.

: new country consumes an enormous bushels for export. In case of war three hundred and fifty millions of 20 Fernandina.For CONTRACTOR.

'. quantity of building materialswhich, they estimate that about 140,000,000 dollars it will,not equal one-tenth of Sale.A : Alachua Street, between Second and Third,

: can better be delivered here and bushels will be exported, leaving the money sunk in our civil war, or vt'rood.Organ, whose catalogue priceis FERNANDINA FLA.

; I distributed from this point than any about 8,000,000 bushels on hand as the cost of hostilities for a single $165 will be sold at $55.
Florida. Also, a $GO Sewing Machine at$40. Orders and estimates from a distance awfully -
in 600 .
surplus. between
: port a year two great nations like 25-tf
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A LARGE LINE OF-- ,:: 'i":::;,'\.. : : f::.:;: ,: <. .. :O: ..:'.;;" : ;\ '

WHITE GOODS :;;" : c.,:' ; =1 PHARMACISTS 1 i
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CONSISTING OF -if) :f t 4; ; fr: /

Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, ;'" ,; Centre Street,
Linon de Deccas etc. :; .1,O p .
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m DRESS GOODS' : SUMMER SILKS \1NUN'S ju.,\\ ,; .t'/:.. r Behold This-,Big Space ;". KEEP and constantly DOMESTICDrubs of FlESH on and hand PURE a fine assort FOREIGN -

': : MODE BRO'S have sold their stock downso

low that they to send and Chemicals
were compelled ;t;
S .'. their. Mr. I. A. MODE to visit the Northern''' :... .
J and Eastern markets to select for their already ''''<, Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
In Colored and White; SPECIAL -" 1 "":
Laces Embroideries Hamburg Edg'In s--- well-established trade AX ENTIRE :, ,
BARGAINS In these Goods. NEW Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
Spring stock in every department

A FINE LINE OF NEW CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTH AND _, which they will enumerate in the next FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
SPUING AND SUMMER BOYS ; ELEGANT CUT issue. Taking advantage of the lateness of '

AND FINISH. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. HEADQUARTERS FOR GEN : '. the season,and the very low prices at which :"" PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,

TLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS FOR BROWNING, KING :. manufacturers are closing out their Springand

& CO.; CUSTOM SUITS MADE TO ORDER; FIT GUARANTEED. Summer Goods, they will be enabled in IN GREAT VARIETY.

DOMESTIC GOODS Linen Sheeting'S, Towels and HOSIERY AND GLOVES, this instance to bring to this market the
DOMESTIC GOODS I TowclinWJ, at Wholesale Prices. } UNDERSHIRTS. DRAIVERS, largest and cheapest stock of Goods ever J* Physicians' Prescriptions
at low prices. $' FANCY! MATTINGS at Special Dargams. 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 priccs. prices before buying. reasonable prices.

$ Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars and
MODE: BIRO'S, 2 "fa-1. *. -
over, sent FREIGHT 13*- -2 J
PREPAID.O" .' Leaders of Low Prices. r 2.= ; 'jo-r -f j. .
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STATE OF TEXAS, 1,543 TON -0 Z rap"0 .-= _.00 ra w 0)B )

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WESTERN TEXAS 1,210 TONS. --i t *i-J T i F --*FTr* T VJ"T* l lj : ":ss p: m
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THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville +++++++++++-H-l-+!4-++-H-4 i +-Htr I ++++f++++++++-HHH1+-
Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. .
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New GEORGIA AND FLORIDA i
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, arid others. NEW SPRING GOODS: Inland Steamboat Co.
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
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!
RIVERS and with the FLORIDA
: TRANSIT Silks, Black Silks, Fancy and Plain Parasols,Nun's Veiling, Cash-
for LAKE WEIR A Delightful Trip Along the Pic- f

freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to -- t(

FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons.
C. II. MALLORY' & CO., Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short- everything to -- J
Pier'20 East River. New York. 51- be found in a well-appointed dry goods establishment. Special IRON STEAMER, {

attention is directed to my large and varied assortment of Ij j



-- ....-- l.
OF which cannot be beaten in, the city, and which I am selling at MARY MORGAN, J

11*_____.. .* astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at onehalfthe .
-+ +- cost. Also, a large variety of Gents' Underwear and Furnish- ON AND AFTER MARCH: 29th, ,;j

{FINE FAMILY GROCERIES } ing Goods of every description. Will' LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday ,

I, Tuesday and Thursday. q
1* LEAVES SAVANNAH, foot of Lincoln ;
HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES st..every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. !
Passengers North-bound connect at Savan- !
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF .nah with Rail and Steamship Lines; and ,
for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes, at low prices. In Domestic South-bound Passengers reaching Savannah ,

FANCY Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and will not be by Rail or the Ocean Steamship Company :
IMPORTED GROCERIES. undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. from New York and Boston, or Boston tfc: .;
Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the
Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEFURNISHTTG Morgan with the Florida Railway & Navigation -

everything in that line at prices to suit.. Give me a .
call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AND MEXICO.For .
--- t- tickets apply to Leve & Alden agencies -

-[ FINE TEAS AND COFFEES 1- or any regular ticket agent. .
1t EMPORIUMCENTRE F. W. SIMMONS, Agent.Fernandina. ;
-1- -tt1* PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS Fla. '

C. WILLIAMS.Gen.,Ag't j
Gen. Pass. &;Ticket Agent
NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. Fernandina, Fla. 1

'FERNANDINA.: ".-,;:' ,: D. E. MAXWELL, ;
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THE FLGiuDA MIRROR ; MAY: 9, 1585.f .

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GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. I Collector of Ret'C1lUe-Thos. P. Shuler. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL?
Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. :
United States Officers. Santa Fe.Superintendent. I
LAND,OFFICE, GAINESVILLE., of Schools-L. B. Rhodes,
Starke. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madison -
I ..Reguter-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. II .
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. =- _--- --z

SurveyorGeneralDISTRICT- County Judge-James A. :McCrory, City i Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison

COURT. Point. 'Superintendent offichools: -Samuel J. Perry,
Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. I
Madison. _
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville 3--
Jl1.rsltal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Sheriff-John II. Laws, City Point. I I County Trcasurerfr-S-. Smith, Madison. _..
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-Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. vard Collector of.fletenu.e-D. McQuaig, Bre Collector of llet.'enueD.. Wads worth,
County. :Madison.
INTERNAL REVENUE. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, '" _
Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Titusville.
I County Judge-Z. 'r. Crawford, Manatee.
Clerk-Robert Griffith Manatee.
S. ,
i John \V. Howell, Fernandina. County Judge-William Clark. r
Sherifi-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. ; 10B
I Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Collector Ret'enue-Iarion G. Carlton
of ,
John F. House, St. Augustine. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Popash.

Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, z-
State Officers. Collector of Ret'cutte-Joel P. Atkins. Pine Level.
Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Coxwell. _
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. CLAY COUNT County Judge Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. "- =.- ,
Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. s =
Lieutenant- -Governor Milton H. Mabry, Park. Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. n

Leesburg. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Collecor of Ret'C1meV.. F. Trantham, m
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Ocala.
lahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools M. L. Paine,

vMtptrollcr-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. Fort McCoy.

7reamrerE.. S. Crill.AttunesGeneralC. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, MONROE COUNTY.

L. :Mitchell, Tallahassee. Middleburg. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. sT-r gA. -
COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West. SOUfNPUB.CO.NY"rfig

',4t Commissioner of lAnds- County Judge W. M. Ives,Jr., Lake City. Sheriff George A. Dcmerritt, Key West. -
1 Superintendent of Public 11I.1tructiQn-A. J. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno,
, 1 Russell, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Key West.
; t. Alljutant-Gencral-David Lang. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Superintendent of Scltools--J. V. Harris,Key :B. NOYES,

SUPREME COURT. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, West.
I'I'.J:: t McWhorter.As Lake NASSAU COUNTY.OountyJudgeIIinton .
<7i ief Justice-Geo. G. City. DEALER IN
J. Baker Fernan-
Talla- DADE. I
date Justice-George P. Raney, dina. i

.l :f has';ee. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. ,
Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina.
tr Jacksonville. Win. :M. Mattaur.
m Sheriff Assessor of Tares-Win. II. Garland Fer
4 c4 Clerk-D. Wilson, Tallahassee. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,
t4 CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector of Ret'cnuc-'Ym. II. Benest.:
; Collector of Rel.'clltle'Y arren F. Scott. Fer-
713 4 First Circuit.-Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- DUVAL COUNTY nandina. FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,

.'t sat ola. County Judge-William A. :McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
} Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. sonville. bothum, Callahan. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE

, Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan-
- Third Circuit E. J. Vann :Madison. dina.
Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ----- -
J1 Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Daniel Smith Jack- ORANGE COUNTY.
. Assessor of Taxes-- P. Prices Low as the Lowest.
r ville. sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando.
: Fifth Ci.rcuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando.
X. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fernandina, Flu.JES. .
. ville.
la: Jacksonville. Collector of llet'C1Llle-F. T. Hardman, Or-
J: Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Superintendent of ScJiools-Albert J. Rus- lando. --
J Seventh Circuit E. K., Foster Sanford.
" ,, sell Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, ..
Fort Reid. 'f -
CL art Calendar ESCAMBIA. Smt'eyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando.

I FIRST CIRCUIT. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. ,
Clerk-F. E. de la Rua.
p,f Fall Term- I'OLK.
Sheriff W. II. Hutchinson.
, Santa llosa, 2d Monday in October. Tl'easurcr-J. S. Leonard. I County Judge-J. A. Fortner. S 1? X1W CS-: m Walton, 4th Monday in October. Collector of RCt'enue-lanu'lltalm(s. lerk-8. J. Pea rce.SheriffW. .
; 'iliA Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Superintendent; of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. .M. Bo wen. -AT-
in October. Treasurer-F. F. Beville.

,'I Washington. 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin I FRANKLIN. Collector of Rel'emtC-J. D. Filles. "W. J" LOHMAJNT'S
October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools 1*. R. McCrary.
d } Jackson, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday in 1 Clerk-J. A. Atkins. PUTNAM COUNTY.
; October. Sheriff S. A. Floyd.
31 Escambia. Monday in December. Treasurer-R. II. Porter. Judge of Prolate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. ,
'.i This act amended section 2 of act of February Collector of Rercnne-Geor A. Patton.
10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks.GADSDEN' Sheriff-Thomas Shally. CORNER OF SJX'J'H .AND ASH STREETS: ,
' I" Spring Term. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
!oJ'i Spring Term- TIIIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Strickland. A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
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S. Reeves.
':, itt Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Henry TAYLOR COUNTY.
'JI April. Sheriff-Thomas Treasurer-A. M.Mitchell.Smith. County JltdgeH.. Parker, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS

;,14i Madison, 2d Monday in April. Sheriff Green Weaver, Perry. ,
Revenue R. M.
I R, Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. of Morgan. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
Schools C. E. L. Allison.
t Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
],.f.?l in April. HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry.

: 21f Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACINGALL
.1 'l in April. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Sun'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
)i Lafayette, 6th-Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. THE

'J tm" in April. Collector of Revenue W. H. H. McLeod. SANTA ROSA. t
, Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain. NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES
. I. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in of Schools-J. W. Reed, Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .
tli' October. Jasper. Robinson. FOR THE SPRPXG AND SUMMER TRADE.
iji' :Madison, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY.
Collector of RfVenue-'V. J. Williams.
: o Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. MY PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VALUED -
Suwannee 1st after 4th
,: il in October. Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville.
" : Columbia, 3d :Monday after4th Mondayin Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- 'v. J. LOIIMAX: Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.WOOTOIST .

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

in October. Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
FOURTH CIRCUIT Fort Dade. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
I Spring Term- St. Augustine.
' St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
111nP Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. THE CELEBRATED
B'adford,1st Tuesday in April. Clerk W. A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

' Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. :Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Ret'enue-W. Martin. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. DESKS.SOLID .
Duval. 1st Tuesday in :May. HOLMES. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

Fall Term- County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson,
!' i St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sumterville. COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
Clerk-T. H. Pitman.
;; l Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. Superintendent oj 'Schools-A. II. Helven-
r' aif. Bradford, 1st in October.
Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. ston, Sum terville.
Baker .2d in October.
: Tuesday
Collector of Revenue-William Tucker.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
: Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live al I

Spring (Term County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Clerk-Robert 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 RCL'Clille'Vilson H. Sessions,

Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Treasurer-James E. Heam. Welborn.
March. Collector of Rel.'enue-John B. Anderson. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones No. 8 Flat Top.
Live Oak. Why use Desks of ordinary
Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin.
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in
March. JEFFERSON. ,'or.USI.COUXTY.. construction when, for slight

x 1c Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.County Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter- -_ additional cost you can have

t in April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. the benefit of our improve

k Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. SJieHff'W. A. Cone, Enterprise. ments? Awkward closets and
Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October.
Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Collector Revenue-P. N. with
of Bryan Glen
:Marion: 3d Tuesday in October. I Monticello. side drawers done away
Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. Cove. r ; ,a,ity; I ,, We'substitute revolving cases
County TreasurC1'-'V. M. Girardeau, Mon Superintendent .Schools L. D. Huston ,
c Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. of '
ticello. Enterprise. ; y, i + which swing with a slight
r ri Ahtchua,1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker Mon- a I t '
< in November. WAKULLA COUNTY. j ;;c ,?r 'b +t + touch of the hand and are
s ticello. Giles I b" ., ; thus enabled furnish double
;( SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. County Judge-W. A. Crawfordville. E= i, A Ih; I. to
Sheriff Charles "'''e' """"
Spring Term- AlligoodCrawfordville. J -- the space generally given on
County Judge W. J. Dixon, New
Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker Crawfordville. -
f I Orange, 4th Monday in January. -
each side and when cases
J. Johnson Old Town. ,
( Volusia 3d Monday in February. sheriff-J. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, -=.'';;'fl. .--
Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Craw fordville. .. open, the whole intenor is
t t Brevard, 1st Monday in :March.D -_.-., -
1 t D \! 3dMonday in April. ,. Superintendent. of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. County Treasurer- Walker, Craw- tea -- _- flooded with light and all

M i laU Term- fordville. Xo. 11 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached with-

i Orange Volusia; ,,2d 2d Monday in in August. Troy.County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New for Collector ville. of Eet'cnue-n. C. :McMillan,Craw- out change of position. A variety of rotarycases are"offered for selection, and applied to-

Monday September. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. the Desk as wanted. We this
Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Ackley, WALTON. :principle toga great variety of desks.

Dade, 2d Monday in November. Old Town. County Judqe. -Daniel McLeod, Sr.
$ Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, Clerk-D. G. McLeod.

County Officers. New Troy. Sheriff -J. W. Campbell.TreasurerJames THE VTOOTON
I S. Bowers.
ALACHUA. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of llt"l.'t'1wc"T. B. McLeod.
t' Oounty Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. Moselev, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Cabinet Office Secretary-
vine. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON.
Orfr-J.' A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Henry X.Felkel,
t t S'u'Tiff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ; Gl' ,rV

Y' i r: ,\ C'llr.ctoro.f RCI.'elluc-II.C. Denton, Gaines- Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-J. E. Skipper. The most spacious and elegant desk ever pre
Sheriff-E. P. Melvin.
I ; ville.'iperinlendent, Collector of Ret'cnuc-C. C. Pearce, ,Talla- Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. rented to the business public. One hundred and
i t "" of Schools W. N. Sheats, hassee.
r G:1 tH':' 'ilJ e. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Eet'enue--John Roche. ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

BAKER COUNTY. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-D. II. Horn. i. 9 r'f one lock and key. Especially[adapted for )Ier-

)' County Judge-Ili D. Davis, Sanderson. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. COTTAGE al 1+ ;- ;,' chants Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials

I rI.et'k'-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of RcrenueD.. Barco, Cedar LUCY ; t ,, and Professional Men generally.
;i S.'tcriff-U.( C. Herndon, Sanderson. Key. "',
? CT4.actor of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San Superintendent of SdlOOls.-J.. B.
i>1li r derson.S'Wcrintfndcnt. hall; Bronson. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, LIBERTY. ?
li San lerson. ADDRESSWOOTON
+ County!/ Judge M; J. Solomons.. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor
4 BRADFORD. COUNTY. Clerk=W. W. Jeter. .without board. Table Boarders will be DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
I mutts! J/llge-J. R. Richard, Providence.' Sheriff R. F. Hosford., ; -. X J '1 V. accommodated; also transient.

t: Clerk I i; -Henry. F. York, Lake, Butler. Treasurer,-J. E. Roberts. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.

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I '" "r >" '" .i',,:. RAILROADS. FLORAL, CITY
Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via
B B IM MANurMTURB -' :' : ; i{ Waycross 'and Pullman Palace
mMNI : :v. .' :. .v: :;. CENTRAL & Sleeping
,'k., TIME CARD ; WESTERN DIVISION. Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
OF THE (JACKSONVILLE ,TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Connections at Atlanta with Western and
,; .!..:;. '11 :.'- .\ <" '.,::t'l i::' "r: t ; Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia: and
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; : : ". ': ) No. 3. Georgia Railroads for all points West and.
i Day Pass. Night Pass. Northwest.
In Effect January 25th, 1885. Leave JacksonvIlle...
.... 7.30am 3.55pm EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.

TRANSIT &; PENINSULAR DIVISION Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 am 4.39 pm Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 8:50 p nv,
Leave Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43pm Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:00 a m I
(FERNAWDINA' CEDAR KEY.) "" Lake City......... 9.47 am 6.40 pm Arrive at Callahan daily at....._... 9:41 p m
(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) LiveOak..10.31 a m 7.43 p m Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10 a m

GOING SOUTH Madison ............11.57am 9.15pm Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.55 p ru.
FLORIDI n MIRROR WILLIAMS & SWANN Day Pas. Nt Pas. Monticello........12.40 p m Leave Live Oak daily at...:........... 8.50pm-
: A.M. P.M. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27 p m Arrive at DuPont daily atl...........11:05 pm
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 1.22amArrive Arrive at Albany daily at-=...........10:30 a m
Arrive Callahan....................11.42 7.15 I 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 Jesnp daily at................ 3:25 a m
Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 8.20P. EASTWARD.No.. 2. No. 4. Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:05 a m
M. Day Pass. Night Pass. Arrive Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m
for cash
Offer on easy terms, or Leave Brandy Branch..........12.38 8.38 Leave. Chatt'chee River.10.45 a m Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:45 p m

Arrive Baldwin....................12.55 9.05; Quincy .............12.20 p m 2.07 a m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
Leave Baldwin....................... 1.00 10.00 Arrive Tallahassee........ 1.27 pm 3.36 pIn ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville.................... 1.30 10.30 Leave Tallahassee ......- 1.34 p m 3.48 pm Connections at Montgomery with Louisville -
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 I
BINDER Hammock and Pine Lands on l.e.aveTemple's...................... 2.18 11.35 Live Oak............ 5.39 p m 8.33 a m Northwest. At Savannah with Central
BOOK Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.45 Lake City......... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
and the from A.M. Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01pm 11.26am Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
adjacent to Railway Leave Thurston................ .... 2.54 12.05 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31 a m way for all points North, with steamshipsfor
Arrive Waldo....................... 3.14 12.35 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50 p m 12.16 pm New York Philadelphia Boston and
Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar Leave Waldo.....................;..- 3.25; 1.15 Trains 1 and Baltimore. At Charleston with steamships
2 daily Trains and 4 will
Leave Gainesville.................. 4.05 2.20 not of ; for New York. Philadelphia Baltimore
Key on the Gulf of Mexico. No Leave Arre ondo..........:........ 4.23 2.45 will run run west Mondays.ST. Tallahassee. Sundays, but Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail

Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.34 2.58 and Steamship connections, and Baggage
......-.,-......, .; ." lands in Florida are more desirablefor Leave Archer....................... 4 51 3.27 MARK'S BRANCH. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths

\. .... ,,' ;, : 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 Wakulla............................. 9.05 am Building, 84 Bay street: and at Depot -
Leave Rosewood ................... 6.33 5.55 Arrive St. Mark's-........................ 9.30am Ticket Office and on board People's
ESTABLISHED A BOOK early Vegetables; none containingbetter Arrive Cedar Key................. 7.03 6.35: Leave St. Mark's........................10.00 a. m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
HAVING GOING NOKTH. Arrive Wakulla-..........................10.25 a m and JENNIE LANE.
in connection with our and more accessible bodies of Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee,._...._..............11.30 a m General JAS. L. TAYLOR.
rassenger Agent.A. .

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

AND MANUFACTURE Leave Rosewood.................... 8.02 8.10 CONNECTIONS.At .
more valuable Hard Woods and Red Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.30 8.55 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Florida Southern Railway Co.
Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.12 9.55 all points North and East; with the Fernan-
Pencil Cedar contain better Leave Archer........................ 9.43 10.30 dina &; Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- ORANGE BELT ROUTE. M
; none 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. GOING SOUTH.
ranges for cattle and sheep, and no Leave Gainesville.................10.36 11.36A. At Baldwin with Florida Transit &; Pen- Mail. Gainesv'le ,
ALL KINDS M. insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- Leave Jacksonville Express. f
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.12.48 pm......... xl
I Leave Waldo.........................11.32 2.00 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida Leave Palatka............ 2.35: p m 6.00 a ni t
isfactory shape for successful coloni- Leave Thuiston....................11.55 2.30P. &; Western Railroad.At J.eaveJ. T & K W J'n- 2.50 pm......... ;
>'-OF- ];[. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Arrive Interlachen.... 3.36 p in 7.25 a m i
zation or resale by capitalists.For Leave Starke................;.......12.30 2.50 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- 14 Waifs Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m P
Leave Temple's ....................12.35 2.58 urdays.At Gruelle........- 4.40 p m 9.20 a m p
further information and terms Leave Lawtey.-....................12.53 3.22 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Gainesville...... 5.35 p m 11.05 a m
Leave Highland..................... 1.11 3.45 cola &;Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Micanopy....... ......... 4.30 p m
address Leave Maxville\ ..................... 1.29 4.15 sacola, :Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, Lochbie........ 5.15pm 10.12am '
SlBLANK BOOK Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.50 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, Reddick.......... 5.27 p m 10.25 a m 3 n
WILLIAMS & SWANN Leave Baldwin..................... 1.56 5.40 and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola "" Ocala............. 6.05 p m 11.05 a m .
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 Columbus and Eufaula. U Welshton] ...... 6.31 p m 11.32 a m .' t

Leave Dntton......................... 2.30 6.15 The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p in 11.57 a m .
FERNANDINA, FLA. Arrive Callahan..................... 3.00 6.50 all points West. 14 S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 p m 12.03 p nx ;
-FOR- Leave Callahan....;.............._. 3.15 7.20 For information respecting routes, rates, 14 Conant........... 7.10 p m 12.13 p nx ", i
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.07 8.16 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Lady Lake...... 7.13 p m 12.17 p m +:
Arrive Fernandina................. 4.35 8.50 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Leesbl1r ........ 7.35 p m 12.40 p m !!

JfSr Day Passenger daily except Sunday; son ville. GOING NORTH. il
RAILBOA.DS7STEAb.trBOA Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths Leave Leesburg.......... 7.30 a m 1.40 p m ,
,,' secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, Arrive Lady Lake...... 7.52 a m 2.02 p m f .
'.. DIVISION. and' at new office southwest corner of Bay Conant............ 7.55 a m 2.06 p m '
.,';- .;, and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15 p m 'i4 i .
TS; ( TO AND ) A. O. MAcDONELL, N. Lake Weir... 8.10 a m 2.22 p m .
: 'c ..di'q"tl;<:_Jr '" ., '. ... ;:- ; Day Pas. Nt Pas. Fernandina, Fla.C. h Ocala............... 9.00am 3.17 p nx 1
;;, :.,; :r Z; ; ; : : .' '; P.M. A.M.: W. MAXWELL Reddick......-... 9.38 a m 3.57 p m 1
: t : ; ..t. : : Leave Waldo.............1.......... 3.20 1.00 Master of Transportation, .. Lochbie.........- 9.50 a m 4.09 p m
:MERCHANTS7 .- : > Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.30 Jacksonville, Fla. 14 Micanopy....... ....m.. 7.50pm
::" -: ". '- :... -.i.: ;; .';....,,:._.. ,..; f' Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 2.20 General Superintendent Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15 p m a:
;, ; ; ; 1"1,; ':' <\:-' 1- ; ; '" Leave Citra.......................... 4.34 2.0 Fernandina Fla. .. ,Wait's Cross'g..ll.50 a m 5.40 p m 1
BANKS ETC_ Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.48 3.09 Interlachen] ....11.30 a m 6.42 p m t
Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.25 Savannah Florida &Western H JT&KWJ'n.12.15pm .........
Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.37 3.35 R'y. U Palatka.........13.30 p m 8.00 pm' ::1'
THE FLORIDA Leave Ocala........................... 5.58 4.17 WAYCROSS .4 Jacksonville, v. ',t.
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 SHORT LINE. J,T&K W Ry 2.10 pm......... tOn
Leave Oxford........................ 6.55 5.27 I Sundays a fast passenger train will be "
r-" -ALSO- -:- riiOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Leave Wildwood.................... 7.12 5.55 All trains of this road are run by Central run leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m., connecting I !
Leave Leesburg...................... 7.50 6.55 slower((90th) Meridian than Jacksonville time, which i is 33 minutes with train for Leesburg at Gruelle. t .i$

Fernandina, Arrive Tavares...................... 8.20 7.25 time. Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connect- 1 r ,
ing with train from Leesburg at Gruelle {
GOING NORTH and after Sunday :March 18 1885
ON and arriving at Palatka at 6.30
Towns on R. R. Line. A.M. P. M. Trains will leave and arriveas p. m. f I j
Leave Tavares........................ 6.25 5.20 follows: 0. W. BROMWELL, ,
MV I MADA A IHE IIEIPAftPERIO And Cedar Key. Leave Leesbu rg...................... 6.55 6.08 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. General Pass.Agent. i :
Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.25 7.10 SHERMAN CONANT, .
Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 7.26 Leave Jacksonville daily !at-......... 7:30 a m General Manager. i 1)
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.52: 7.49 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m
I I Arrive Callaahn ...........
Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 8.50 at daily at. 8:08 a m $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT1I1/ I L
-AND- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Silver Spring........'........ 8.53 Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:00 a m \ f I
Arrive Thomasville ..... .
at 1:30
Leave Anthony Place............. 9.25 9.36 daily at. p m "
number of the most eligible and desirable Leave Sparr's........................ 9.38 9.53 Arrive at.Baii1brid e-dai1y, at........ 3:30 p m ON receipt of $5 we ::::} ,-' '= ;
Leave ..Citra.......................... 9.53 10.16 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m will send you an Elec-] ,'- __ I;
=C.&A .s, Lots suitable for Leave Lochloosa10.15 10.46 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m tile Lamp. Burglar ;::::: :)
Business Purposes, or for Leave Hawthorne..10.37 '11.15 Arrive Mobile daily-at............... 2:40 a m Alarms'$1. Call Bells --% )_ :
Arrive at New Orleans, at...... 7:45 -
City or Suburban Residences, Leave Dixie.........................10.55 11.40A. daily a m ,$1. Electric Gas Light- '
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... l:24jp: m 'er, Telegraph Instru- 1):
M. Arrive at Charleston ........ 6:50 ,
I Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.20 12.15 daily-at p in ments, Medical Batteries -, : '
UPON EASY TERMS. Arrive at Washington daily, exIT! &c. :,
in ALL STYLESAND p-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; cept Sunday at ........................ 3:40 p m "In regard to your new Electric Light. t.
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Night Passenger daily.F. Arrive at New York daily, except we think you will be exceedingly successful tii '
I Sunday, at................................10:05 p m in securing its universal adoption. ,
Pullman buffet sleeping cars on this train -MINER & REDFIELD, I 1': .
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. I Yery truly yours ;
A7REASONABLE- Jacksonville to Washington. 737 Broadway, N. Y." I)

rial enterprises, who will erect on the (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Connecting at Chattahoochee with ,Pensa- "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests : .
prop- GOING SOUTH. cola and Atlantic'Railroad daily for Pensa- of your new Electric] Light. I believe you .1 1
A.M. P. M. .cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans-: will find in it into "} .
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor Leave Fernandina.................11.10 5.10 for Bruns- no difficulty bringing. \
3lississippi'points. Possengers Eastern :Man. "Northwest
PRICES Leave Hart's Road..............11.43 5.37 wick take this train at Brunswickvia general use. i
arriving ern Lumberman. HENRY BIXGHAM.
residence in which conduct
or to their .
P. 31.Arrive' B. & W. R. R. at 1.13 p. m. "We take pleasure in stating that the tests .
business. Jacksonville..12.50 6.35 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this we made of your Electric Light proved per- i
GOING NORTH. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile fectly satisfactory. You will have a large
'... j V:. ."f; .'."'.,- "Y> (, ". '. A. M. PM. and New Orleans. and ready sale. Yours truly,
.}; \. : ''t -: : r. i j .INDUCEMENTS" TO. MANUFACTURERS Leave :Jacksonville................ 8.45 2.30 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville RICHARDS &; Co.,
), Leave Hart's Road.................. 9.43 3 42 to Cincinnati via Jesup. 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue. N.Y."
by exemption for a term of years from Arrive Fernandina..............10.10 12 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- The above testimonials explain them- ,
-.#&* Trains daily except Sunday. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.
taxation offered by the several cities and selves.WE

towns. Apply to Leave Jacksonville. .................. 9.10 a. m. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 1:55 p m W. :FOSTER & CO.,
CHAS. W. LEWIS Arrive Fernandina..10.33 a. m. Arrive Jacksonvilledaily; at...... 1:00 p m 4.>-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.
Leave Fernandina....................... 4.00
3- SEND IN YOUR WORKSATISFACTION / Fernandina. p.m. Arrive at Callahan daily at.-......... 2:35 p In Notice of Insolvency.
Arrive ...................
POfice, cor. Beach &7th sts. Jacksonville. 5.25p.m. Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 4:20 p m COUNTY COURT Nassau County,
Arrive at Jesiip daily at............... 5:55 p m IN
Florida Whereas Fred W. Hoyt. ad-
CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:16 p m :
,, ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson,
,'. '. <1;,".. n. .' .' "n :,:' ::',;" '', '," This train stops at all local stations be- baying
late of the aforesaid -
deceased county
: tween Jacksonville Savannah.FAST
a.1 .: .:,: ,,> ;. ;::,; "'' ,' .,' ;. J ; With New York and Fernandina Steam- tiled in the office of the County Judge?
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and M\IL. of !said county written suggestion of the .
for New York'on Thursday. 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 m given to all persons having claims or demands -
CURTIS fc CO. and Brunswick, daily except Sunday. Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 3:10 p m of any nature whatever against said
Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05; p m estate, to file the same duly authenticated
ESTATE AGENTS, AT CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:3S p m in the office of the County Judge of said
REAL and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m county, on or before the lath day of October -
GUARANTEED, RT.rATlY'S.:\ GEORGIA. and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Charleston daily at......:.. 1:53 a m A. D. 1835,at which time there \Vll.1 bea

HAWTHORNE, Arriveat Washington. D.C.. daily..11:45; p m pro rata payment to creditors entitled
Loans procured'Mortgages negotiate dex- To and from Palatka daily except Sunday., Arrive at Xew York daily]: at......... !6:40 a'm thereto and Administrator discharged.
changes effected. WILDWOOD. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Car Witness my hand and ,seal as County .
Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 With Stage Line AT to and from Brooksville Jacksonville to New York without change. Judge of said county, this 10th day of

BOTH IN STYLE AND PRICES.ASJress acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000acr,8. and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Passengers for Brunswick take this train April, A. D. 18G5.
for sale. (via B.V.. Ry.), arriving at Brunswick at If. J. BAKER.
_" KEY, FLA.,
N. B. St. Mary's having been selectedas CEDAR County Judge.
the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key 8:21 p. m. JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. Fernandina April 11, 18&3. Cmo
(under the survey made for Govern- West and Havana every Saturday: for XewOrlE'.3ns
ment by General Gillmore), charters for the every Friday ; from Key West and Leave Jacksonville! daily at-......... 6:56 p m Warranty ami Mortgage Deeds. .
construction of which having been grantedby Havana every Friday : from New Orleans Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m
the United States Government and the every Saturday.WithTampaSteamshipCompany'sSteam. Arrive at Callahan daily at.-......... 7:55 p m T INEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZE ..
Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large, Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10:25 p m JLJ Samples sent upon receipt of 2centstamp.
FLORIDA MIRROR, increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe ers for and from Key West. Monday and Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:35 a m Address
confidently for." (See New York Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Monday -. Arrive at Macon daily at._............ 8:20 am FLORIDA MIRROR. .
FERNANDINA, FLA. Sun, 27-3-83.) and Friday. Arrive Atlanta daily at.............12:30 p m '20 Fernandina, Fla.

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THK: FLGitiUA MIRROR : MAY 9, 1885.: _

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Masonic Excursion. The Beach' Railroad. Sholes' Insect Exterminator sold by F. W' ', ; :.:. ;;, r : /" --
_.. .___, .> ..,,. ,' ..
Hoyt & Co. \'-. > tJfl'f:' x "
'4.00.A, TEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS GRADING. ,.'u :., ';v",,,$";l...;.: _. __ _'
The excursion ROAD TO BY THE Lost.A ." ""_ """
1| .-II I I II- ..1. I to Silver Spring by the BE COMPLETED : :
,Reflections. Masonic fraternity of this city on Wednesday FIRST OF JUNE. Silver Tumbler marked S. S. Maner."

the 20th (not the 18th as stated errone- The railroad to the beach, the want of The finder will be liberally rewarded by

Tlje, county drawbridge has been put in
,good: repair. interesting one in many years. Many of few weeks, be a fait accompli. The Mirror Sealed ProposalsWill

The Egmont Hotel closed. for the season our citizens, as well as at other points along has been aware for several weeks that the be received by the undersigned until

on Thursday last. I the railroad, have never had an opportunity parties who had .interested themselves in Wednesday noon May 13th, for keeping the Two
A 1 to visit this region, made so famous throughthe this road to Old Town and the plank walk Millionsof
century plant will be in bloom shortly 1I enterprise were contemplating pushingthe across the marsh from New to Old Town in
at High Point, Cumberland. I mammoth orange groves of the Messrs. road to completion, but was loth to good repair for the ensuing municipal year of

Attention is called to the advertisement ]Bishop, Hoyt & Co., and Mr. J. A. Harris, publish this good,, news because our people JAMES McGiEFiN. I acres Farming, Orange

'' and the celebrated Silver Spring The committees have had so many disappointments from Ch'n Street Committee. Timber and Grazing Lands'situate.d.
appearing in another column.
who have the matter in hand will' projects calculated to advance the material Fernandina_Fla., May 8, 1885. in 29 counties and
The laying down of the cross-ties on the ,
do everything possible to make the trip as interests of our naturally well-favored
Beach Rrailroad will commence on Monday Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc..a quart, at comprising the lands bout-ht
pleasant as possible for all. To this end, island, that they could hardly be expectedto
next. for the benefit of those who do not care to believe anything but ocular demonstration. JACOB KLAREB'S. by Sir Edward J. Reed, from

It cost Nassau county $450 to hold the carry lunch baskets, a car, generously con- Silks, Satins and Laces.AT ,the State of Florida in I88I

.election for delegates to the Constitutional tributed by the management of the Florida For some time the preliminary prepara- PAUL FUNKE's.New are now offered at ,

;' Convention., Railway & Navigation Company, will be rations have been quietly going on, and last These graded
prices. lands
The first mile of cross-ties for the Beach fitted up as a refreshment car. Lunch, ice Monday the contract was signed for the Spring Clothing.A were se-

{ Railroad I are being distributed along the line cream, hot coffee, etc., will be provided in building of the road-bed and laying down fine line of New Spring Clothing, fash- lected by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

iy of the road. abundance. Charley Stark and :Mr. Geo. F. the iron. Mr. Kelly, the contractor who ionable Fine Clothing cut and well a specialty made, at at low prices. ley, late Commissioner of the

'r" Our thanks are due to Mrs. C. E. Piersonfor Lewis will superintend this department, has been so eminently successful in this J. &; T. KYDD'S. State Land Office and Mr.
which of itself is a guaranty that everythingwill class of work in connection with the differ- ,
a beautiful bouquet of roses kindly
M. A. Williams
be first-class. Ladles and Misses Hose, late for
ent railroads in agent
t,, placed upon our table,Thursday. Florida, arrived here Tues-
The schedule on which the train will be day evening on the 4:30 train. With his In great variety, AT PAUL FUNKE'S. sale of State lands, which fact
Mrs. Geo. R. Fairbanks with her
run will be published early next week. It usual energy, before night closed he had is a guaranty of their
ters, Miss Sallie R. and Eva L., and her Bleached Cotton. high
will probably leave Fernandina at 6:30 located the stakes of the survey made two
little grand children, left for their summer o'clock in the J* &; T. KYDD are now selling a yard-wide quality. The purchase known
morning, giving some two or by Mr. J.-W. Bushnell and
years ago
3J residence at Sewanee, Tenn., on Tuesday early Bleached Cotton, fine and soft finish, at the as the Reed Purchase
last. three hours' for picnicking at the spring, Wednesday morning was at work, with as low price of 7 cents a yard. All standard was only

r m and return here about 9 p. m. Parties from large a force of men as he could gather on brands as low as can be bought anywhere. opened for sale this year and
:Mr. Geo. ,R. Fairbanks is attending the Jacksonville will take the regular such short
passenger outside the city limits the lands have not been culledor
Diocesan Council of the Protestant Episco- train in the morning for the West, in a sep- grading the road-bed. On Wednesday evening Notice.

pal church, which convened at Pensacola arate coach, which will be attached to the the City Council granted a new permitto Quarantine will be established on the 1st picked over. No part has
of May next, and continue till further or-
this week. been
excursion train at Baldwin; returning at the company, and the next morning ders. The lower quarantine grounds will reserved in any manner,

The steamship City of Palatka, of the New night, the car will be attached again to the another force was at work at the city termi- be at or near the buoy in Cumberland and the whole is open for sale.

r York, Charleston & Florida Steamship Co., regular passenger train for Jacksonville.For nus of the road. Sound, and the upper quarantine grounds
between the ballast dock and Huot's mills. Special prices on large tracts.
, will leave this port for New York, direct, on parties in St. Mary's wishing to join Mr. Kelly is under contract to have the By order of Board of Health, Timber lands

Saturday next, May 16th. the excursion the steamer Martha will leave road completed by the 1st of June,-and he is J. D. PAL'lER)1. D., President. virgin forests in

At the last meeting the County Commissioners there early enough in the morning to reach confident that he can accomplish it before I THEO. STARBUCK, M. I).. bodies of 50,000 acres and up-

Phineas Johnson,of Italia, presentedhis here in time and will make an extra trip at that time. Quarantine Officer. wards. Lands sold for cash
commission by Gov. Perry as county night to convey them home again on arrival The road is to be a broad gauge, and will Special Bargains or on long time.

r! commissioner, and was sworn in. : at night. be laid with the same iron as used by the In Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam-

t4 At the last meeting of the Board of The followingare[ the prices of the tickets: Florida, Railway & Navigation Company. ask, at J. & T. KY DD S. The Florida Land and Mortgage Co
From Fernandina Hart's Road and The terminus
of the
present road in the
;1 County Commissioners an order was passed Private (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.WILLIAM .
' Jacksonville........................$2.00 city will be at the depot, though the com- Board,
authorizing the building of a bridge across At the Brick
'1 Callahan and Baldwin................ 1.50 pany has the right x>f way as far north as Cottage on Seventh street. .
the Little St. Mary's river, on the King's near Egmont Hotel. .. ..
road Lawtey, Burrin's, Temple's and Calhoun street. It will run on First street Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor
near Evergreen.
i R'
ly Starke................................. 1.23 south to Beech, when it will will follow the without board. Transient boarders will <:!..;_ .. ,

t The sale of excursion tickets for the New Waldo....................................... 1.00 line of that street directly to the beach. be accommodated. r.a. --; -

'.fJr Orleans Exposition from all points on the Hawthorne................................ .75 The grade is only a few feet, and there will Fernandina Fla.MRS. T. P. G.10 THOMPSON.18S3.
January, ,
Florida Railway & Navigation Company'ssystem Orange Lake............................. .50 be no trestles. That part of the road across
; I i' the 21st instant.
stops on Thursday
the marsh just beyond "Citrona" will be Novelties
i Parties wishing to visit the The Election in Nassau.
I Exposition filled in. On both sides of the road at the foot In Fancy Goods and Parasols.
: should make a note of this. AT PAUL FUNKE'S.Spring .
THE REPUBLICAN TICKET ELECTED BY A SWEEP- of Beech street, "switches" will be placed
Mr. P. I. Courter, who is a great fancier of to connect with the Florida Transit
ING MAJORITY-THE VOTE IN DETAIL. system, and Summer ClothingAt B. C. DURYEE
I poultry, has repeatedly astonished us with The vote for delegates to the Constitu- so that excursion trains from the line of New York cost. ,

S r, the extraordinarily developed fruits of his tional Convention on Tuesday last passedoff that road can go direct to the beach. AT PAUL FUNKE'S.J. .

I hennery. This week he brought to our exceedingly quiet. The day was sultry, For the present, the road will use the passenger COMMISSION MERCHANT,

" .: office an egg weighing one-fourth of a pound and rain poured down in frequent showersin coaches of the Florida Railway & & T. Kydd -AND-

]t and measuring 6&x7 inches in circumference, Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg Manufacturer of Southern Pine
k" the city as well as in the country. The Navigation Company. locomotive will Edgings and Insertings, bought 25 per cent. Lumber,
Ji the production of a Bramah-Leghorn hen. vote polled was very light, at least so far as be smoke-consuming: thus preventing all below manufacturers' prices, which they

We are pleased to learn that a very sub- the Democratic side was concerned. Many danger from flying sparks to the dwelling offer at astonishingly low prices. Call and BY THE CARGO,

stantial shell road is now being constructed, Democrats are radically opposed to the houses along the route, and insuring safety see them. i For Domestic or Export Trade

i t, under the supervision of Mr, Avery, from changing of the constitution at the present from the disagreeable smoke. Gents Furnishing GoodsIn ,

Central Avenue to the Strathmore hotel on time, and this perhaps will account for the all styles AT PAUL FUNKE's.Mattlngsl .
Flies ,
ants, roaches, and
the beach. This was sadly needed last mosquitoes are
summer very light vote. While the falling off of the

;h and will be much appreciated all vote on the Democratic side was fully 40 paralyzed by Sholes' Insect Exterminator.Sold Mattings!

! visitors to the sea-side the coming season. per cent. on the vote of last fall, the Repub- by Fred W Hoyt & Co. A great bargain in Fancy Mattings, 15 MERCHANT TAILOR.R. .

st1t The steamship State of TutU, which left lican was only 20.Notwithstanding. cents a yard, at J. &; T. KYDDS. G. :McQUITTYHas :

j Thursday evening for New York, had a the quietness of the elec- Range of ThermometerFOR
THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MAY 8TH, 1885, Valuable Orange Lands for Sale removed his business to the rooms over
$ I passenger list of 100, and took the following tion in the city, and the seeming lack of AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. the New York Bakery, on Centre street.

Ii cargo: 754 pkgs. vegetables, 124 bbls. interest, the Republicans polled' a strong 7A.M. 12M. 3P.M. 6P.M. WIND. choice Tracts, high containing hammock twenty land on acres Orange each Lake of He has received an assortment of seasonable

1 rosin, CO bbls. spirits, 129 bbls. cotton-seed vote, polling 375 out of their 500 votes. In Saturday, May.. 2..71 83 82 80 S. E. suitable for orange growing and truck farm- goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto
Sunday, 3..70 82 82 81 S. W. make them to suit all tastes in the
B oil, 99 cases cedar, 17 logs cedar, 38 bales order that our readers may make their own Monday, 4..69 80 80 79 S. E. ing, are now offered for sale. These lands best style. up

;ii i cotton, 56 pkgs. merchandise, 2 refrigerators comparison we publish below the vote in Tuesday 5..71 80 80 78 S. E.Wednesday are very conveniently situated for transpor- ""-Repairing neatly done.
," 6..72 83 81 80 S. E. tation water rail and will be sold
by or
.i strawberries. detail, of this election, as well as that for Thursday, 7..71 84 82 81 S. W. terms to suit purchasers. Titles are Fernandina Fla., July 12,1884.

; The recommendations of the Finance members of the Legislature, last November: Friday, 8..70 82 82 81 S. E. tionable. Also valuable timber lands unques-in Dissolution of Copartnership.

tit! : :; Committee in reference to the salaries of DE\I CRAT. :I REPUBLICAN. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, partnership heretofore existing be-
February 16,1882 Fernandina Fla. THE
the city officers are very excellent. While MARINE. the late Charles Angel, his heirs
enS ..: ..: and Emil 0. Friend under the firm name
l the city will effect a saving of several hun- Port Fernandina.
l CIS of
r PRECINCT. :::: a W. K. BAUKNIGHT of Angel & Friend, has been dissolved by
dml dollars, in the salaries of the police w jq: q q HIGH WATER. mutual consent. The undersigned will con-

.. i officials, the very fact that at least a portion ,.a, .0..::: r.... 0 4Fernandina. Saturday, May" 9............ 3:16 A."M. 3:49 P. M. AGENT, tinue the business, collect all bills and pay-
CIS CIS Sunday, 10..4:12 4:45 "
of their salaries will depend upon fees from ::: G OO1 ::: Q Monday, 11........... 5:09 5:44: debts. EMIL O.
the arrest of the ordinances Tuesday 12............ 6:06" 6:38 BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, Fernandina, Fla., May 1st, 1885.
persons violating city ....... 64 141 136 457 375 376 Wednesday: ," 13............ 7:01" 7:28 ANDDealer
will make them more vigilant and Amelia............... 15 15 15 36 36 36 Thursday, 14............ 7:51" 8:18 Warranty and Mortgage Deeds.
Bakerville.......... 10 10 8 24 24 24 Friday, 15............ 8:38 9.-06 in Ice
$i improve the service. Conevi1le.......... 11 13 13 35 32 33 LINEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZES.
Hart's Road...... 20 3t 29 11 2 3 ENTERED. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY sent upon receipt of 2-cent
;1 Mrs.. Grundy Says Odom's Branch.. 32 33 33 29 29 29 Steam-packet Thos. Collyer.-,from Brunswick stamp.
King's Ferry.._.... 21 22 22 112 110 111 daily with freight and passengers, to BROOM STREET WHARF, AddressFLORIDA MIRROR,
Tli.it small favors are thankfully received Dunn's Creek..... 11 21 11 _...... _...... _...... F. W. Simmons, agent.
1 by residents of Fernandina Callahan_......... 115 109 116 68 68 68 May 6-Steamship State of Texas, John Risk, l-tf FERNANDINA FLA. 26 Fernandina, Fla.
; Higginbotham... 10 10 10 ......_ ......_. ....._ from New York; freight and passen-
That consequently she extends her thanks Brandy Branch_ 43 43 42 ......_...... ......_ gers, to R. W. Southwick, agent.
Steamship of Palatka from
City Vogel,
t 4 whoever is building the beach railroad ; Totals......... 352 illl 435 772 676"168TIlE Palatka; freight and passengers, to
3 That she the W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
presumes proprietors thereof of
4-Steamship City Monticello. :McKee,
t will erect a suitable building at the terminus i- VOTE LAST FALL.DE.'iOCRAT' from Charleston: freight and passen-
gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent r
for the protection of excursionists whom .REPCBL'Ns May 8-SteamshiPtCity of Monticello, McKee, ,
? t to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. Q) FURNITURE e I
That many think we are in a fair way to PREcn.cr. g mc 6-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
Q Charleston; to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
'C become the bath-tub for the Orange State. r:: rl1= ..9'g 4' Steam-packet David Clark,Daniels,from

tt That it is possible Fort Clinch may be put .CIS, -.g wH : Savannah F. W. Simmons; freight agent.and passengers, to
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tf : in ri.ting order and a garrison stationed C'r 5-Steam-packet David Clark,Daniels, from We have opened in the Marson Centre Street,
1 there before long. Fernandina......................... 253 239 I 474 467Amelia. Savannah; freight and passengers, to Building,
F. W. Simmons,
i'' That the party who projected that yacht Bakenille_...................... 15 19 14 19 48 28 28 47 May Schooner Austin D. Knight, Perry, New below Second, a full line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consistingin
Coneville_........................... 25 25 3t 3t York: rock for jetties.
clulrpilace must be drawing very elaborate Hart's Road......................... 44 45 6 5 8-Schooner Nellie Shaw, Dinsmore, Booth- part Walnut Chamber Suits, Ash Chamber Suits, :Mahoganyand
plan or perhaps it air castle he Odom's Branch_.................. 56 58 3t 33 bay; ice, to W. K. Bauknight.
: ; was an King's :FerJj._..................... 74 74 13'2 13'2 CLEARED. Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at
: thought of erecting; Dunn's Creek..................... 3t 3t 5 5 Steam-packet Thos.Collyer, -,for Brunswick
:t That she wonders if Callahan._........................... 186 189 88 87 daily, with freight and prices as low the be for
: Secretary Swann, of Iigginbotham.................... 33 33 ...... _...... by F. W.Simmons, passengers, as same goods can bought anywhere-
1. :. the F. Y. C.. knows anything about it. ,Brandy Branch..._............... 5-l 54 13 13 May Steamship State of Texas.agent John Risk for finished light and dark Children's Bedsteads Chairs in great
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New York freight and ,
:1I. That a certain young lady who has gray Totals.........................$ 793 1784 I I 862 I 851 R. W. Southwick; agent.passengers, by
; j eyes makes them appear blue and black by Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, variety; Rockers of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast and
! for Palatka by W. O. Jeffreys,
; agent.
:J wearing; hats lined with dark blue velvet Comic Opera at the Lyceum.The Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for Centre ; Washstands; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat and Wire;
; Charleston; by W.O. Jeffreys, agent.
and citing lumps of sugaron: which colognehas
Kitty Rhoades Dramatic Company, May 8-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, Mattresses of various qualities, cheaper than ever before sold
:r .; been dropped ; which was billed to play in this city this for Charleston;freight and passengers,
1 That she knows quite a number of by W. O.Jeffreys, agent. Pillows and Bolsters and full ]line of foundin
young week, failed to make its appearance. In- May 6-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. for ; a goods generally

.:i men who have changed the color of their stead, the Bijou Opera Company, which has 2-Steam-packet Palatka; by David W. O.Jeffreys Clark, Daniels,agent., for a regular Furniture Store. We invite an inspection of our

; eyed ny eating lumps of sugar on which made a very successful tour of the State, Savannah; freight and passengers, by .
f brandy has been dropped; three F.-W. Simmons, agent. stock.
gave performances, Wednesday, May 5-Steam-packet David Clark, Daniels, for
That one party is reported whose eyes Thursday and Friday, presenting "The Savannah; freight and passengers, by We also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.The .
turned green, a real Emerald green, too, Mascot "Olivette and "Giroffle-Giro- F. W. Simmons, agent.
May Schooner II. Lev4n. Hudson for New
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after hearing the votes drop last Tuesday. fla. The troupe, though small, is made Nsw York; lumber by J.Mizell&Bro. latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware and Porce-
t Schooner Fannie Brown Sharutt for
That several members of the Bijou Opera up of artists, and_ _seldom has a better troupe Charleston; light. lain Goods. Sold in any quantity to suit purchaser.

t Troupe! will leave some preity severe cases appeared upon the stage of Lyceum Hall.

t of toothache of the heart" behind FRED -w. Hcoira &. 00.r .
t: them They will appear again in Jacksonville next Refrigerators ,at Hoyt & Co.'s furniture ."' ,.
"when leave Fernandina. '. ; ':" ,
f t they week. store, Centre street. "
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