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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 16, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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FREDERICKSBUKG. monuments. Near one end of the cemetery resting place of brave soldiery:anywhere, A PEPPER famine is said to be im STATE .XEWS.

quite a large area is laid off for, and and indeed for the bivouac off!the dead." minent. The

HISTORIC GROUND MEMORIALS OF THE"GREAT occupied by, ,the Confederate dead. Each At the foot Marye's JIi.V-.r a few'' feet average consumptionof There is much complaint in the truck-

B.\TTU-DR. WELLFORDS MONUMENT, of several hundred graves is marked by a from the stone wall ,spoken of, stands a the word is 22,300 tons, most of growing regions of the State of a wantof

ETC., ETC. round white post inscribed with the name, small dwelling. house, now occupied! the interior which comes from :Malabar, Lam- rain. The drouth. is injuring the crops

To the Editor of the Mirror: regiment and State of the soldier buried of which bears the marks of bursting pang, the Straits and other points of somewhat.

Hecently I paid a visit to Fredericksburg, beneath, while near one end of the plat is a shells, and the exterior of which is riddledover Some orange growers: at Crescent City are-
the East. During the
Va., and thinking that a description of the beautiful monument of white marble on the its whole face (as the hundreds'. of bul- coming year becoming alarmed at the continued drought -

place as it now appears may be of interestto summit of a mound of moderate height. let holes show) by the Ft'derdforces as they the available supply will not exceed and think it will cause a great part of the

your readers I offer one, though it may This is the monument to the unknown marched firing toward their enemy behind 20,500 tons, and may be still further crop of oranges to blight.

prove imperfect, for a half day covered the Confederate dead. There is no inscriptionupon the wall. -' reduced to 15,000 or 16,000 tons by Orange county may now be consideredthe

time I spent there on the 16th of last it, but on each of its four faces, whichare About ten miles south of Fredericksburg, the Dutch blockade of the Achen banner county of :Florida in the way of

month. about five feet across are sculptured the on the Richmond Railroad antTon the east newspapers there being now published

FREDERICKSBtTRG coats of arms of the thirteen States which side of it, stands a large brick, house where coast. .. .. twelve papers within her borders.
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is one of the oldest towns in the United furnished troops to the Confederate army. Stonewall Jackson was carried when TilE Detroit Lancet describes- the Five new dredges are to be built for the

States having been founded in 1727, and. The top, which is a truncated pyramid, is wounded, and where he died f oni his in- four for Atlantic Coast Canal, and the work for con-

took its name from Frederick, Prince of surmounted by a large; stone cut in the resemblance juries. : Mvit'* plans reducing obesity : necting the Halifax with the Matanzas

Wales, the father of George; II. It standson of a pointed cannon shot and on WASHINGTON'S MASONIC, LODGE."" The eating of nothing containing must be completed by November 1.

the Ilappahannock river, and is at the the entablature beneath are cannon cut in It should have been mentioned in its starch, sugar or fat, called the Banting The Jacksonville correspondent: of the

head of navigation on that stream, the falls relief. Here, buried in the soil they lovedso place, that besides the Mary WashingtonHouse system ; the eating of fat, but Pnlatka&m says: : "Mayor Rice and his
of the river being a mile above the town. there others which form
well, lie the unknown but not forgotten are some as- "
cabinet have been
not sugar or starch called the Ger- installed. Cabinet is
From its foundation to the War of the heroes of the most sanguinary battle of the sociations as interesting. The Rising Sun ,
good, but-well isn't it little
just ?
:: aspiring
Revolution it possessed no other interest war. Not forgotten, for on some, among Hotel of Revolutionary days is still stand man Banting ;. the wearing of wool

than that 'common to the contemporary the posts which mark their graves, were ing. It is a wooden building about sixty and..sleeping in flannel blankets in- Prof. J. N. Whitner is announced as the

settlements, but within its confines several seen here and there wreaths of flowers feet in length, one story in height, with stead of sheets, or the Munich system agricultural editor of the Palatka Snn. Prof.
Whitner is a practical and safe in all
men who were prominent in the Revolutionary placed there by the gentle hands of Southern dormer windows in the roof. This is the guide
I not eating and drinking at the matters to
struggle were born and reared. Gen. women. house in which the Fredericksburg Masonic ; pertaining agriculture in Florida. S

Mercer, who fell at Princeton, was, before A MARTYR TO DUTY. Lodge No. 4, occupied a room, and where : same time, or, rather, the allowing a The Land Transportation and Manufacturing -

that war, a physician in practice there. A short distance from the Confederate Gen. Washington received the first degree couple of hours to intervene between Company, of Tavares, has been organized -

Colonel Fielding Lewis who married Bet- November the second March with a capital of 300000. The
4,1752 degree :
portion of the cemetery I found the graveof ; eating and drinking, the Schweninger -
tie Washington, a sister of George Washington Dr. Wellford. It is marked by a white 3, 1753, and the third degree August 4, Hon. Frank Jones, of New Hampshire, is

resided here in a large brick house marble monument twelve feet in height, 1753. The Bible used in those ceremoniesis system.-- one of the chief promoters of the scheme.

called: Kenmore, which is still standing. and it bears the inscription : still held by the Lodge, and is in a good I CHICAGO has time for little else The boat on Lake Apopka is already too-

Mary, the mother of General Washington, !..-........................-............................ ......-...... state of preservation. It was printed at I than to brag'of her magnificent small for the business it has to handle. A
!lived at Fredericksburg and was buried FRANCIS PRESTON WELLFORD, :M. D., Cambridge, England in 1618 A large brick barge is now used in connection with the
for the Board of Trade. The ;
temple
there. The house in which she lived is : Born Sept. 12, 1829. house on the main business'street ,is pointedout steamer, and before many months the company -

still standing. It is a small, one-story-and- i Died of Yellow Fever, as the one within -whose walls'I..afay- building, with the land, cost about will be compelled to put additional

a-half wooden building about 30 feet long, : AT FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, ette slept on the night of 'his arrival in $1,800,000. Its length is 225 feet, boats on the line.

Las dormer windows, and stands on the cor- i Oct. 10,1876. America to take in the Revolutionary
: "Few to the Father's keeping will return a fairer copy part its. breadth 176 feet, its height 160 MR. A. J. BEACH has two new varieties of
ner of two streets. It is in a good state of .
: of the life his son has left us,or a wanner struggle.As feet the height of tower 304 feet. fruit in his nursery that promise to prove i
preservation. The mother of Washingtondied 'well done' earned." I have said, a half day only was given ,
and buriednear :.......................................................................... The room in which the operationsof valuable to Florida. One of them is whatis
in this house in 1789 was .
,by me to this visit to Fredericksburg- but, known as the melon pear, imported from
the edge of a cliff on the Kenmore To the people of Fernandina, to whom guided by good maps and assisted by the the Board are to be carried on is Central America and the other the fig of

estate, then belonging to Col. Lewis, who his work was so well known, and for whomhe intelligent explanation of'a'prominent citi- :
160 feet long, 141 wide, and 80 feet commerce imported from Italy.A .
had married her daughter, Elizabeth or sacrificed his life, the sentence given zen who held a Confederate command in
high. Around it elabo- Lake City correspondent of the Savan-
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" Bettie," as related above. This estate is above will seem peculiarly appropriate. the battle, I managed think, to see nearlyall I are many '
nah News attributes the defeat of the Demo-
now owned by J. Key Howard, of Balti- INTO THE JAWS OF DEATH. the important points. The line of bat- rately finished offices, with every
cratic ticket in the late election to indifference -
more, I believe. Southerly from this cemetery, and about tle of the two armies were six miles in : convenience known to science for
on part of the Democrats, and "
says
THE GRAVE OF MARY WASHINGTON.The half a mile distant on the westerly edge of the length. Of course, I did not have time 'togo the facilitating of trade. t
that nothing else was to be expected whenso
cliff, or ledge of rocks, upon the town, is Marye's Hill, which was held by over the entire field. J. M. F.
little interest was manifested by the
summit of which she was buried, was a Lee in December, 1862, with the ridge of DR. A. 'L. LOO IIS is credited by leaders. 't 1
place to which, as related in local history, which it is a part extending miles to the TWENTY years have not sufficed to party
the Canada Lancet with "A
she had often resorted for meditation and right and left. The hill and the ridge were destroy the explosive qualities of saying: The remains of a white man named B.
.
devotion, and it had been selected by her- fortified their, b eJe.ngthJ by> : the Confed shells which 'were' u5'edt.intheJatewar. ": man.can- -- ,take- two*- or'jlIi (tglasses.of.. Chase.were! found in.thewoods near Yicto- ..,

sett for the place of her burial.! Her grave crates who were awaiting Burnside's at- stimulants daily Viand .may continue: .ria station, on' the Tavares railroad, lastMweek.

remained unmarked until the year 1833, tack. At the foot of this hill is a sunken Forest fires have recently laid the habit for perhaps, twentyfiveyears He was from the North, and in poor .

when Silas Burrows, a wealthy: merchant of road on the eastern or further side of whichran bare the old battlefields of the Wilderness health. Being unable to perform the severe t
without harm but when this
New York the erection of labor of getting out ties, he became dis-
began a monument a stone wall about breast high. The Virginia, and many old
to her memory. The corner stone Confederates piled earth against the outer shells have exploded. man reaches that period of life couraged and shot himself. !

was laid with an imposing military and side and thus had a parapet of immense when the vital powers are on the de- St. Augustine is to have water-works, the J ;

civic display, President Andrew Jackson strength from which to deliver their fire, INVALIDS who depend upon cod- cline, he suddenly finds himself old supply coming from artesian wells. The 1

being present and participating, with other while the batteries and sharpshooters aboveon mains are now being laid through the r
liver oil to sustain their vital forces before his time, for he has all these
distinguished men, in the ceremonies. The the hill in the rear could fire over their streets, and ere long the Ancient City will .

monument, the material for which was of heads. It was against the men protected by should be careful to get a pure arti- years been laying the foundation for be supplied with pure, wholesome water

white marble, was never finished. Its this wall that three divisions of Burnside's cle. Cotton-seed oil is now doingfor chronic endoarteritis. I believe that which will be an added attraction to her i

present condition is the same in which it army, under the cover of a dense fog, the cod-liver product what it 50 per cent. of all diseases arise already numerous advantages. j i'

was left more than fifty years ago. Upon a marched on the 13th of December, 1862. in The Apalachicola Tribune says: Our
long since accomplished the mat- from the use of stimulants. w
pedestal ten feet square is erected a square First, French's division, then Hancock's, grand jury found about twenty-three bills J
column five feet high, and this is sur- and finally Humphrey's. Each in succes- ter of olive oil.
A PARALLEL case to "Imperial against our thoughtless youths for carrying: t
mounted by still another of less dimensions. sion melted under the rain of bullets
away IN a recent suit before the Frei- Caesar dead and turned to clay concealed weapons. Most of them marchedup f
,
,
Upon the of the latter
top is placed a recessed from the muskets behind the stone wall, to his Honor and plead guilty, while ,

block, which, in turn, has upon its and Burnside, having no better success 5n burg, Thuringia, Court, two fisher- stopping a hole to keep the wind some fled to the woods when it was whispered JUj

summit; a battlemented crown of five feet in other parts of the field, was obliged to with- men ofVeissenfels, ivho were accused away, has been found in Rome this that the court would have business if

height; with recesses for columns on each of draw to the other side of the river. The of
having plied their trade year. The ashes of an imperial with them. Sheriff Floyd is now salutingthe j.
the four sides. To this height of fifteen has been often told that I need not
story so prodigal sons as they return. ;
feet it had been carried, when work was it here. beyond the city limits justified this Caesar Piso were lately employed for
repeat more fully
suspended.! A pyramid of 17 feet in heightand by a decree of the year 1076 grantedto the lye of a Roman woman's wash- Last month was the first that the Florida
THE BIVOUAC OF TIlE DEAD. Railway &; Navigation Company regularly !
four feet square at the base was intended their guild. Decision was reserved tub the discovery of the urn
Just southerly of the Marye House and upon opened in business here. The freightage at ;

ture to be placed on the top of the struc- on a part of Marye's Hill there is establishedthe for inquiry into the validityof in which they had reposed for eighteen this agency aggregated six thousand dollars I
it
as now stands. This was never done, .
and the National Cemetery, where lies buried the instrument. centuries. "They were so white during the month. These figures have surprIsed -
pyramid now lies where it has for 50 I
the dead of Burnside's army, and those -.-- -- everybody, but large as they are we
years, a few feet away. The monument is and clean, explained the workman, ;
also of Hooker's from Chancellorsville and IT ought to be generally known are assured that the prospect for this monthis <
picturesque object in the landscape and "that I them together in
gathered
Grant's from the Wilderness and Spottsyl- far ahead of April. The T. 0. &; A. R. R.
can be that a man's hat will in most
seen from a long distance. serve
vania. The cemetery is beautifully laid out the basket and sent them to my wifeto connection is likely to run up the business I'

SLEEP ON. and is terraced down to the road at its foot. cases as a temporary life preserverto make lye for her washing." of the agency here to ten thousand dollarsfor

Armies have marched more than once The famous stone wall from which Lee's those in danger of drowning. May. This is exclusive of the passenger

across the fields which surround it, and the men delivered their fire has nearly all been : When a person finds himself in the THE Ordnance Board of the traffic, and applies solely to freights.-
fierce din} of war has time and again dis- taken down and the used in
stone buildingthe United States has recommended Tavares Herald.
turbed water he should lay hold of his hat army
the solemn of the
The
quit scene.
house for the of the
Superintendent the construction of a monsterwar We have recently learned a bit of history
white between his hands the
walls of the keeping
structure
are spotted National Cemetery. A flag staff stands on connected with Apalachicola that is well
with the marks of countless bullets from close under his chin and the balloon for the use of the Government -
the summit, surrounded by four large can- crown worthy of note, viz. : That in this city was

fight Opposing hosts, stopped in their fratricidal nons, placed vertically with muzzles sunk mouth of the hat underwater. The and Gen. Russell Thayer, invented the first artificial ice machine.
by the silent marble which marks the into the earth. At the entrance to the I
ceme- of' Philadelphia the inventor has This accomplished byIr.. John
grave of quantity of air contained in the was
her
who the mother of the
was tary on top of the height are three large in 1843 Before he perfected his
received instructions to begin the Gorrie, ,
Father of the head
of his the hat will
Country-of him who was black boards, upon each of which is a verse i cavity keep foreigners stole the inventionand

first in the hearts of his countrymen. Relic- from the beautiful poem 'written by the i above water for a long time-some- work. The board recommends thata plans partially some used it abroad. In 1853 he

hunting'and31s W have hammered and chip- Confederate Colonel O'Hara, as follows: times for several hours. balloon of seven tons ascendingforce secured a patent with which to protect his
at the hard stone until it is greatly dis- On the first: constructed and that trials
be work.: In a very, rusty magazine we noticea
"Sured. Some of the columns have been .....................................-.........................-....., THE construction of rail- "a
that
fried off a ship be made with.it. It will cost nearly rather sarcastic remark, physi-
bodily, and one face bears the i '.
indentation of a cannon ball from the No Now rumor swells of the upon foe's the advance wind, railway to connect the Bay of Fundy $10,000. It will be the'largest bal- cian down in Apalachicola' Fla., claims to"
make ice 'time of the
be able to any year
"oglitsheld by the Federal army, on the c No troubled thoughts at midnight haunts with the Gulf of St. Lawrence has loon ever constructed, with a diame-
Tribune.

leu at bank battle of of the Rappahannock during the :.i.......Of.....loved.........'.ones.......left.......behind......................-..............;i. now been finally decided on. This ter of 60 feet and a length of 185 Francis Urges, of Jacksonville, is now in,
Fredericksburg. A few feet
distant! is a brick wall enclosing a small On the second: will not exactly make Nova Scotiaan feet. The "dirigible war balloon," Apopka looking after the interests of the ,.

final: Plot in which are the' graves of a !........................................................................ island, but ships of .1,000 tons as is.called. is a cigar-shaped ma- Italians lately at work on the Florida Midland -

htaily named Gordon, an old Scotch fam- i "The neighing troop, the flashing blade, and under.will be able to reach St. chine pointed at both ends, and, unlike Railroad. He is sent there by theWorkingmen's
fir i Union for that He
purpose.
*ho once owned this estate. The Mary The bugle's stirring blast, John from Montreal Quebec and
f sails
balloons throughthe
,shington i The charge, the dreadful cannonade, ordinary has encouraged the men to go to work on f
monument lies in the north"estern The din and shout are passed." I other ports on the St: Lawrence air longitudinally. It-is about the Tampa,'Orlando and Atlantic Railroad, I

So CND edge of the town. *........................."........................................".. without having to encircle the dan- three times as long as it is wide. and will institute legal measures to get their i

SHALL AWAKE THEM TO GLORY On the third :Mr. Urges
: if it does not come soon.

.bout AGAIN. !.........."................................"..........................ff gerous Nova Scotia coast-a saving Gen. Thayer claims that he can laya pay although blind, is full of enterprise and is

tb e an eighth of a mile southerly is f fl On fame's eternal camping ground of 600 miles. The ship railway, city in ashes with it in a night. engaged in settling a colony of,Italians. I

tarrounded Cemetery belonging to the town., It is Their silent tents are spread, which is to be seventeen miles long, Tons of dynamite percussion bombs the St. John's river to engage in the cultivation ,
by a brick wall and has a large i And glory guards with silent! round
tnd will be of clouds and of figs, almonds, chestnuts, filberts
subsidy grapes
tasteful gateway. Beautiful shade trees i The bivouac of the dead." supported by a may be carried into the t

i,;?enUtnerous! through its whole extent. It ..:....................._..-_...."..............-......-..........;: $30,000 a year for twenty.years from dropped while a balloon sails over a and other, fruits suitable to Florida y
and soil.
climate }
cell kept and possesses many beautifuli Verses which are .appropriate to the'last ,I the C nadiall.GoYemment. camp or fortification or fleet of ships. ..' ,.,<' ,-.. J

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// WE KNEW" not run so smoothly with our affairs I my dead love._. But neither could I the remnants of the brave Moors, like I I the words which had so lonfe been
If knew when it would have been better for me at endure the thought of Agnes in shroud an ebbing wave, receded from the waiting at my lips. She stoodtaotion.
Through we the noisy walking crowded thoughtless way least. The necessity of fighting in and coffin. I wanted to 'remember shores of Spain. Here in regal splen- less, with head bent slightly fo '
That some pearl of wondrous whiteness'I; some way to win a woman is'a good her, always, as"I last saw her in life, dor the Castilian monarchs held court; and her eyes me. Fora wards
Close beside our pathway lay, thing for a man; it adds interest to in all the freshness of her youthful ,here Columbus came to plead his cause I moment we remained thus. Then
AVe would
K We would pause often where look around now we hasten, the pursuit. But everything was so beauty:, with t smile on her lip, the to ask for aid to discover a new conti- raising my hand 'I.pressed my eyelids
f;. Lest our careless feet should trample very serene, I think it became monot- love lighten! her eyes., So I wrote nent; here, later, Napoleon's grand down over the aching eyeballs to shut
Some rare jewel to the ground.If onous to me after a year had passed. her brother'a-wretched, despairing let- army held possession, repairing inju- out the vision for an instant, that I
we knew what forms were fainting Agnes was,a beautiful girl-a plump, ter, telling him I could not attend the ries time and vandalism had wrought, might prove if my eyes were deceiving
For the shade that we should fling petite brunette, with the loveliest, funeral, that I should arrange my only at last to deliberately destroy its me. When I looked up I was alone
+, If For we knew the water what we lips could were bring parching large, soft dark eyes, in whose clear affairs, by letter, with my partner, strong towers and mighty walls, to I searched everywhere, but there was"
w. We would haste with eager footsteps, I could read her very soul. and leave immediately for Europe; I prevent its ever again becoming the no object in sight.
.!, We would work with willing hands, Like most women of that style-where could not for months at least, endure stronghold of the enemy; here again, I had been listening with breath
;I L. Bearing Planting cups rows of of cooling!Shading water palms., no man has taught them, by a bitter any place that would remind me of was striving to throw off the yoke of less attention to,my friend's story and
, :i! experience, the lesson of deceit or con- my loss. despotism, thousands of Republicans leaning forward' I asked anxiously"Could -
,4 If we knew what lives are darkened cealment of feeling, she was very frank Within 'two days I had taken pass- marched and drilled, stirring, it would it have been possible that
1 Which Uv some thonghtlc:1s"word!: of ours, and affectionate; and I, the more age on an European steamer; I had no seem, even the old Moors in their your constant dwelling upon Agnes
1,J.r ; Like the had frost ever among lain among the flowers them ; shame for me, I think I sometimes thought of where I was going, or whatI sepulchres. The novelty, the quaint had unsettled your brain, and the vision :-
: $ Oh, with what sincere repenting, tired of her lavish caresses and wordsof was doing ; it was only an attemptto charm, the irresistible fascinations of was only imagination?"
,;Pik< With that anguish of regret. endearment. Iwas. a wretch, I escape from the intolerable burdenof the place grew upon ma, held me cap- "No; I saw it too distinctly; it was
'P 'While our eyes were overflowing, admit of such I and which tive day after day. It seemed so no imagination. I could
I,! We would cry forgive! forget! unworthy a woman. remorse sorrow was peo- have told
t,:,. did not know how to appreciate her crushing me. But it was all in vain, pled with memories of the past that I every detail of dress and appearance
h If we knew? alas! and do we then. It was, as in the old song, "I in England ,or on the Continent, at almost expected in every shadowycorner It was Agnes? there could not be a
,',t!: Ever care or seek to know think I should love her more, did she Berlin or Frankfort, at :Munich or to see some old Moorish was- doubt."
"Whether bitter herbs
Jt I our neighbors garden's or.rosesIn grow? but love me less." Baden Baden' on the Alps or among rior start into life. For the first time "And what followed? Go on," I
4 God forgive us! lest hereafter Ah, but I learned, when too late, the Swiss klkes, at Rome or Parisit'was in ,all my wanderings I was interested, said eagerly. "Did you see heragain
'j'; Our hearts break to hear Him say: the value of such a love! all the same. I looked at every-- and gradually a feeling of restfulness ?"
:, r:; Careless From my child presence, I never flee knew away.you, How selfishly blind and unjust we thing. I saw nothing. I listened and crept over me, as if I had been lulledto Yes, once more. But this first
!t;' -- -_, __ ,__ are to women in this respect. We heard nothing; the memory of my sleep by the silver lyre of the Gothic sight only plunged me into deeper
..... T//f GHOST OF TIlE ALHAMBRA.A accuse them of coquetry, deceit and dead love followed me everywhere, princess, whom tradition claims is held gloom. I had seen her, but we had
heartlessness, and will not see that until it became, at last, the one intense prisoner by enchantment in the.bowelsof no power to communicate with each
;d i STRANGE STORY OF LOVE AND SUPERSTITION we have taught them the bitter lesson. : desire of my life to solve the mysteryof the mountains. other. One thing, at least, it had
kn A woman who has given her heart death-to know if there was a state Just outside the ruins of the Towerof proven a state of existence beyond the
"1.;; Fred Hazeltine had been my college frankly, unreservedly to a lover, and of conscious existence beyond the the Seven Floors was one of my grave, and if Agnes could not come to
:.i i chum, and my most intimate friend seen him grow indifferent, and at last grave and if so to hold communication favorite seats, a stone bench upon me, I could go to her. All throughthe
'i i, for years afterwards until business turn away from her altogether, is in some manner with my lost which I often reclined at the close of night and the next day this
;J changes separated us. It has been ready to meet the next with heartless Agnes. the day, and traced out the via dolo- thought filled my mind, until at last I
i ten years since we met, and for the I Irl coquetry; no other man will ever have After two months of rapid, erratic rosa by which the unfortunate Boab- resolved I would seek the place at the
1 last five neither had heard directly the opportunity of reading her heart. wanderings, I found myself at :Mad- dil took his sad departure from his same hour again, and wait her com
J from the other. For about eight years But it is too frequently the case, thatan rid. From my boyhood days I had princely home. To the south, on the ing-and I would go prepared to
1 I had been in San Francisco, engagedin honest-hearted man, who would held the most romantic ideas of the summit of one of the hills at the foot return with her to her spirit home. I
It banking business, and now for the have prized her as God's most preciousgift old Moorish ruins of the Alhambra, to of the Alpuxarra mountains, I couldsee cleaned aud loaded my pistol, and as
first time since my removal there, I is the one who suffers for the which the genius of Irving has l lent the spot)rendered famous in song night approached sought the Alhambra
l : had come east for a visit. Upon my wrong done by a former lover.It such an enchantment. In a last des- and story as the place where the un- heights, fully resolved that ere the
'. arrival in New York, almost the first would be a happy world if men perate attempt to find something to happy king looked his last upon the morning dawned I would be with Agnes
%l I met, whom I had previously and women only understood what was interest me I resolved to visit them. Alhambra. It has been well named in another world. I reached my
I known, was my old friend. He met necessary for their happines. I learned One fine afternoon, late in September, "La Cuesta de las Lagrimas," for here seat just as the twilight shadows began
me with all his old friendly cordiality, wisdom only through sin and suffer- I took the train for Menzibar, and the in bitter tears he bids farewell to Gra- to fall, and sat watching anxiously the
j il .and insisted on my accompanying him ing. Little by little I had grown following evening the diligence set me nada, and felt that with it he was giv- path from the valley below. Every
!' ii home, an invitation which I very wil- careless and indifferent.If down at the door of the hotel Washington ing up the honors of his race, and all sense was keenly alert; every nerve
Agnes observed any change in Irving," in tne old city of Gra- the glories and delights of life. Here strained to its utmost tension. I was
marTed my conduct she never spoke of it. nada. his mother, the haughty and intrigueing without doubt on the very verge of
1 iw,' children, so he told me-speaking of Sometimes I fancied a sad look in the For days I wandered about the Al- Sultana, Ayxa, had scornfully insanity if not virtually insane, but I
?!i:J.1 1 wife and children with great pride and depths of her dark eyes, but whatever hambra, exploring everything, from reproached him.cc do well," she did not realize it. I thought myself
;l affection. On our arrival at his house she may have thought she uttered no the great Gate of Justice, with its said, "to weep as a woman over what wonderfully calm and composed, and
: his wife was absent; would return in word of reproach. At last I became mysterious hand and key to the ruinsof you could not defend as a man." joyfully awaited my fate
about two hours, the servant said in deeply fascinated by a stately, dashing the Tower of Seven Floors, with its Sitting here at the close of the sixth "How long I sat there I know not,
answer to Fred's inquiry. There was blonde, the acknowledged belle of the closed door, from whence Boabdil, day of my visit, I was thinking of all but the twilight had given place to
!I so much of interest to each other in season. At heart I was not intention- well named "el Zogo bi," or the un- the past history of the place, and my the clear beams of the moon, and every
; I the past ten years of our lives that I ally false to Agnes, and never once lucky, passed out of his splendid pal- heart went out in sympathy for the object was as clearly revealed as in
': was not sorry for the opportunity for thought of breaking engagement; ace and delivered: up to his conquerors sorrowing king, who like myself,had the light of day. I never for an distant
quiet ,chat before meeting his wife. but I was greatly interested in Maude the fortress and kingdom of his fathers; never fully prized the kingdom over turned my eyes from the Spot
I"a Old bachelor as I was, the thought of Hartly and neglected Agnes for her.I from the palace where which he reigned until it was lost to where, last eve, the vision had ap
: mv" friend's wife and children was not do not think Agnes suspected it. forI "One king came in, in triumph," him forever. I felt, at the moment peared. Suddenly I became aware
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: at first quite agreeable to me; I was invariably, man fashion, pleadeda to where that I, too, would like to weep as a that I was not alone, and I turned
\I not prepared to sympathize fully in business engagement whenever I woman" over what I had failed to hurriedly in the opposite direction.
The other
itfi his evident pride in them. The chil- passed an evening in Maude's society.In weeping, went away. prize as a man. Never had Agnes There, not ten feet from me, Agnes
' dren, a fine boy of four and a little July I followed my fascinating I strolled day after day through the seemed so dear as that moment. So stood clearly revealed in the moon-
; ,girl still in the nurse's arms, were blonde to Newport, and for two weeksI Court de la Alberca, with its marble long and so ardently had I desiredto light. I sprang to my feet with out
brought in, and really proved more had neither seen nor heard from pavements, and enormous fish tank, receive some communication from stretched arms. '0, Agnes,' I cried
1 worthy of my friend's enthusiastic af- Agnes. One night on returning to my through the Court of Lions, with its her, with no response to my desires, speak to me!l'an in an instant, the
, fection than I had expected. hotel, after an evening spent with tragic associations of the assassination that I had returned to my old feelingof vision, my ghost, had vanished forever,
After their return to the nursery :Maude, I found a letter from Charles of the Abencerrages, through what doubt of a future state of existence.If and a woman's form, warm, glowing
we settled down into a long talk of Dayton, Agnes's brother, I felt as if had once been the garden of the beau- there was a life beyond the grave- with life was clasped in my arms."
if our respective histories since we had the hand of God had smitten me as I tiful Lindaraxa-finding,new beauties and Agnes desired, as ardently as I, to "A pretty ghost story," I said in
: met. :My own life had been quite read: each day in the fine architecture, the see me-to reveal her presence to me, disgust, straightening myself after my
: commonplace and uneventful; I had Agnes died very suddenly an hour marble pillars, and the exquisitely surely ere this our love would have bent position of rapt attention.
',' been fairly successful business-had ago, after an illness of two dayswehad delicate filigree-work of the arcades.I rent the veil which separated us. It "And a pretty ghost," my friend
u 1 succeeded in gaining sufficient for comfort not thought her condition dangerous climbed the steep winding stairs of could not be, I thought; all beyondthe rejoined, laughingly, as he rose and
'f at least.I until a few hours before her death. the Tower of Comares, which had once dark portals of the grave must bea led forward a beautiful woman who
- I, too, had experienced my love Her last words were of you. 'Tell been the prison of the proud'old Sul- blank. Death must end all there had just entered the room still clad in
, dream, and-well, no matter, she had Fred I loved him most tenderly to the tana, Ayxa (la Aorra) and her unfor- was of conscious existence for man. her heavy carriage wraps.
!. been married to a wealthier man than last,' she said, 'and if there is any tunate son; I stood on the narrow gal- Over and over in my mind these sad "My wife," he said, presenting her
. I for nearly six years, and I had lived power in love to rend the veil which lery from whence she had lowered thoughts revolved, plunging me deeperand proudly. love, this is my
: it down, had grown rather cynical, I separates us, I will come back to him, Boabdil to the hillside below, sending deeper into despair. What can old college friend, Frank Carrington,
1 fear, cared little for the society women, and will find some means of communi- him out free only to have him returnat there be in all the vast universe of i of whom you have heard me speak
J *had become, in fact, something of a cating with him." last to the throne of his fathers and God so sad so utterly hopeless, as the frequently."
t dreamer-a firm believer in spiritualism Can you imagine how a man must by his weakness and misfortunes to thought that the grave, the worm and She gave me a most cordial greet-
ism, and in all the mysteries of nature feel, who sees lying at his feet the life- lose the magnificent estate which for corruption, are the end eternally of ing in such a charming manner that I
!J which would not yield ready explanation less body of one most tenderly beloved more than two hundred years had I all we love! The twilight shadows quite forgave Fred for spoiling his fine
to the investigations of, science. and knows that in a moment of insane been the home of his ancestors. I sat had deepened as I sat there-and the ghost story by bringing her back to
i At last our conversation touched the rage his hand had dealt the fatal blow!II for hours on the terraced roof of the full moon rose, lighting up the scene life.
' question of spirits, and my friend think I knew at that moment, I feltI tower, looking out over the Vega-the with a weird, unearthly oeauty. A "And now for the explanation" I
remarked: was Agnes's murderer, as much as'if valley of the Douro-the airy palaceof few light clouds were floating in the said, as Mrs. Hazeltine left the room,
"I changed all my views of the I had plunged a dagger to her heart.I the Generaliffe, and beyond, the heavens, one of them passed over the having excused herself to remove her
supernatural, and of a future state of knew nothing of the sickness, it is snow-clad summits of the Sierra Nevada face of the moon, clothing all near wraps.
existence, before my marriage." true, or what might have been the the glory of Granada, which objects with a soft transparent haze. "0, it was all her brother's work:
I was deeply interested at once, for causes which led to her death; she from its exhaustless stores of snow and twenty or thirty feet from my seat he saw the trouble between us-knew
r' in our old days he had held very loose might not have known the great ice furnishes the pure cold water so was a steep declivity which led by a of my attentions to Ma-ule Hartly.
: : ideas of both subjects, holding them wrong I had done her, but I felt, all highly prized by the native Andalu- sharp turn to the valley below. As I and took this means of bringing me to
f : up to keenest ridicule in his careless, the same, I was her murderer. Now sians. reclined there, looking dreamily off in my senses. He wrote the letter intending
F : merry style."I that no amount of sorrow or remorse Looking down into the courts be- that direction a white object rose .to give me a good fright and
had a very strange experience could restore her to me, how very, neath, I thought of all the changingscenes slowly from the depths below. In the teach me: if possible, whetherrI cared
' : seven years ago, which changed all my very precious, seemed the love I had witnessed there since the days dim light there was no appearanceof for Agnes or not. He expected I
f ; previous ideas of the subject," he said, slighted. I'thought of all her tender when, in the full tide of their glory a person walking, but the vision would return immediately to e\V
1 leaning his head on his hand and gazing caresses, her loving words: her appeal- the foundations had been laid and the seemed to float slowly upward until it York, and in a few hours at most the
thoughtfully into the glowing ing glances, until the, thought became strong towers erected by the followersof reached the level ground and took on whole thing would be explained: hut
:" 1 grate. madness. All nightI.paced my room Mahomet; that strange people full the distinct form, of a woman clothedin my going at once to Boston and sailing
::. I was eager to hear it. in an agony of remorseful tenderness, of learning, science, chivalry and dar- white. It floated along a few feet for Europe spoiled completely all
; "But it is a long story," he said, thinking of my dead love, my cruelly ing, who had conquered every nation towards me, and suddenly stopped.At his plans, and he had no other resource
"and may not interest you." wronged darling. from the plains of India to the Pillarsof that moment the moon passed from but to reveal all to Agnes and leave
"On the contrary nothing could 0, if she could but return to me, if Hercules; who had swept like a behind a cloud and its full light fell her to find some means of commune'f
interest me more," I assured him, and only for one short hour, that I might huge tidal wave over Spain, and, but upon the figure. And there before me, cation with me. He never he.r f
settling back comfortably in his easy for forgiveness for the wrong I for the heavy blows of Charles Martel just as she looked in life, was my lost my connection with :Maude, or posaM?
chair he told me his strange story. had done her. But there was no answer at the battle of Tours, might have Agnes; the round, full face, the deep, she might not have been so willing i
." About eight, years ago I first met to my agonizing heart-cry-only the repeated in the Occident, the historyof lustrous eyes, the beautifully curved follow me. As it was, she eirha d*
Agnes Dayton, and in my usual im- silence of death, a separation wide as their Oriental conquests. lips, even the soft waves of dark brown from my partner to what port +
pulsive style fell madly in love wither the vast ocean of eternity,between us. Within their old walls and courts hair, over the smooth white browallas sailed, and followed on the nelt'
almost at first sight. In less than Though I live to reach my three-score forty thousand Moors had ,responded, distinct in the moonlight as if she steamer. It was a most difficult mater
r three months we were engaged. The years and ten, I shall never forget the time after time, to the call of their were alive. I sat as one turned to to trace me, my journeys were so
match'was agreeable to all our friends, agony of that night. I shrank with sovereign, until at last the splendorof stone, unable to move or speak Ar- rapid and my course so erratic.Through !
and we only postponed our marriage disgust and loathing from ever again the Crescent had paled before the dently aql had desired to meet her, my banker they learned but?
until I should, get. a fair start in my looking upon the face of the ''woman glory of the Cross, and Ferdinand and now that she had responded to my my destination from time to time, too
..e: profession. I think if everything had who had come between my heart and Isabella marched in, in triumph, while spirit's call, I had no power to speak they always arrived a day or two


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At :Madrid they learned of ,. .
intended late. visit to the Alhambra, and my FAMILY GROCERIES : NOTICE. IT STANDS AT THE :HEAD .

them the IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
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stay
longer NOTICE
here my gave following described lands will -
opportunity of overtaking me. They be sold at Public Auction on the FIRST DAY

lid taken lodgings very near the or.JUNE, at the City (Hall, in Fernandina I The Light-Running .
or so,much thereof a* will be topay
the necessary
ruins, and on evening when we the amounts due (for taxes herein set! "-.

first met, her accompanied WHITNER & SCHUYLER opposite the same together with costs of ; ;

her, but had stopped an instantin sale and advertising. F'O. : iESTf1!

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the path below. Agnes did not .!.\ r ................-.......-.......-.......-..... .....-.............-..-
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see me, sitting as I was, half in shadow ,.'AME.- I, L OT. :w: ;I AM'T.

until the moment she stopped, I I rI I I' This cut shows the hew style of wood work

then not recognizing me, she had ....' Have opened' at the new and elegantly fitted Store. ,,.;*..lt/, /' ,, I '_1_ that the company is now introducing. t tr

turned and hastily rejoined her bro- .' <. :, I Renno Adams.s.1! ...... .. $2 25
The sharp turn in the pith : ; ; L: Dozier....................1,2_........38...,, 30 50
ther. ]
6 Florida Transit R. R.,
below had hidden them from my sight No. 47 CEJrEl.E STREET: : : wharf. taxes of 1883.. ............ ......I 38 50
when I looked over the cliff." P. R. R N. Co., whar

"But why had they not written ?" improvement at foot I
of Beach st.. known
"It was Agnes's wish to meet me as the SS. wharf, HR. ,

first; but when she knew all I had A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: shops and fixtures

she regretted not having doneso. machinery and tools Iill I
suffered, I said shop.......................... .....J k 43 50 t
But I deserved it all. Those I F. R. f X. Co.. 2.660 I

were terrible months to me, though I track..........................ft'l...............t 45 00F i
look back them butit I)". u,0.F.; I' .. ._9--. f t.I 'I

never upon now side track............................. 61 28 H
seems as if Agnes must have been fINE G E IE IE AND GijIfEE G. R. Fairbanks._..........3, 4, 5., G .... 21 25 i

dead, and that she returned to life at Friendship Lodge (except -

call there the ruins of the s. e. corner.8,. _......... 48... 6 75
my among .. J. H. l\loone\........_....;25......... 3..... 612
Alhambra. After that terrible lesson R.E. Robinson.'G........... a-:,.... 7 19
there could never again be any fearof George Robinson..........,e. 13....33... 2 88

indifferent George Roux............... 18......... 6..... 13 25 _
becoming or failingto
my Pure Spices Canned Goods Andrew 'ViIliams......... 4........... 245.. 6 00 u; = '
prize fully the love of which I wasEO T. L. Wilson .................n.1. 2..81.. .. 2 62 _-

unworthy." L. W. 'Vhit(>hurst._...... 4............70... 11 00 -- -.,tom'
UNK OW -1884. .

Traveler's Guide. ...................................,,24. 9..... 2..... 5 13 Artistically Beautiful.
................................... 20.:14.. .. 4 13
I ...................................1, 2. 14.. 19... 3 19 Without a Peer.
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. Imported Pickles mid Circes Dried Fruits Ms ................................... n 1-1020 .
])Passenger 'Train leaves 21...... 268.. 163 IN ITS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION '

Fur Cedar: Key and Wildwood,and (Old Town}..................13,14..10... 1 50
:all points on Transit Road........10.25 a. m. 1883. IT HAS NO RIVAL !

ForSavunnah and all points North .................................. -.. 225
and West................................10.25 a. m. (Old Town)..................1 8..2. ..... 0... 3 25 The new lines of attachment that are
(connecting at Callahan.) (Old Town)..................::31......... 5..... 200 now being placed with each "Domestic"are
Fur Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all CRACKERS AND CANDIES (Old Town).................. ..........17... 2 00 specialties. No other machine has them
These attachments and the wood-work c
points on the Florida Central & ) new
Western\ Railroad................ ...10.25a.m. x'. f ry-, C. J. WESTBERG. make the "Domestic" more than eyer,without -
(connecting at Baldwin.) ..' "...,.. f. City Collector of Taxes. question, l

Train arrives i ., ,.... Fernandina, Fla., :May 1 1885.
Day Passenger ;.;:;;, -. 'i'. ---... ;; "
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From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and : ; -- The Acknowledged Standard of pt
It Toilet Soap and PerflllneryJ.{ % ,
all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 p.m. ;; Notice for Final Discharge. Excellence.
From Savannah and all points in r
MONTHS AFTER THE
the North and West................ 4.35 p.m. FIRST -
publication of this notice I will presentto
Tallahassee Pensacola. and Best Brands Family Flour
From
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I the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor FOR SALE BY
all points on the Florida Central ?

it Western Railroad................ 4.35 )m. 'vouchers Nassau county, my final accounts and t ,
light Passenger Train leaves Choice Butter and Cheese as executor of the estate of HENRY HOBEIX
'VILLIAMIA: deceased and ask for ,
For "Wildwood........................... 0.00 p. in. final } oN. a I
Savannah and all North discharge.JOHN
For points FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
and West................................. 5.30 p. ni. .:; ';-" ... A. ELLERMANN, l li'
Lard
Hams Bacon etc. Executor. I
Callahan. : .-
(connecting ) _. Fernandina, Fla.. April 4, 1885. 6m If
Sight Passenger Train arrives Agents: wanted in unoccupied territory.
From Cedar Wildwood, and .< ,
Key: .
: t. II > Address I
.. ENGINEERS OUT t
OF EMPLOYMENT.willing ,
all the Transit Road... 8.50 '.
points on a. m. ". JL
to take agency of article required by
From Savannah and all points in '< -I all steam consumers. Liberal discounts. Address, DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.. I

the North and West................. 8.50 a. m. II.: STONE, 49 Dey Street, N. Y. City, RICHMOND, VA.
From Tensacola. Tallahassee, and .. : .CIGARS AND TOBAOOO il
all points on Florida Central &

Western Railroad..................... 8.50a.m. .."".. 40 1885 SEWING MACHINES,
FERXANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. .
, Train leaves daily, except SundayFor ALL LATE IMPROVED_ :MAKES, ,.
i! Jacksonville......................... 7.00 a. m. .. _:', / > Rose Leaf,Fine Cut -
For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p. m. *Free clivery. Fresh Supplies "Weclcly.rt.. mar28 For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO

Train arrives daily, except Sunday- _____u Navy Clippings -

"From Jacksonville....................11.18 a. m. From the Times. of description, and f
Indianapolis ]
From Jacksonville........_............ 7.10 p. m. [ ::E=I.. .A."U"STIN':: ", and Snuffs ATTA"Hu NTS for every any Sewing Machine;
Sunday only-
An Interesting Letter for sale.
From Jacksonville ....................10.20 a. m. MANUFACTURER OF i

From Jacksonville.................... 8.40 p.m. .'Old Machines repaired at moderate
For Jacksonville........................ 6.50 a.m. From Mr. Harry ,,'. Olmstead, Proofreader Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND 4 prices.

For Jacksonville........................ 5.15 p. m. of The Times." HENRY HOBEIN,
DEALER IN
MALLORY LINE. The following letter is encouraging and s E4rU1tANO Corner Third and Ash Streets,

For San ships Xew State York of Texas direct by or City steam-of worthy reliable of a careful source,perusal unsolicited., as it It does contains, fromso PALLOR R, orrIC E andC00RST0 x T VE S Sm 8 Fernandina Fla.TS .

Antonio,Thursday evening 7.00 p.m.
From Xew York direct by City of facts of great value: -

San Antonio and State of Texas, INDIANAPOLIS Ind., Oct. 12, 1884. gM i iEWHONK sf

every Friday........................... 3.00 p.m. DR. DAVID KENNEDY, Rowidout, N. Y. OUEl.E: : 3NTO' FA.'Y'

CHARLESTON & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. DEAR SIR-For ten years I have been a DICKEY'S.PAINLESS Kp Jm
For Charleston, by steamship City sufferer from disease of the kidneys, at
of3fonticelloevery Wednesday. times so much so as to make life a burden. EYE WATER
From Charleston by same steamer During this time several of the best physicians -

every Sunday...... ............... p. m. in Indiana have treated me with littleor m mxunmm AT ONCE. Cures inflamed and : 1
no success, until I had almost despaired. RELIEVES in a few hours. Gives NO:PAIN.
ST. MARYS RIVER.Steamer of relief. I then tried several advertised : Price,25> cents a bottle. Ask for it.
Martha leaves Centre street dock- remedies, but nothing produced the desired DICKEY & ANDERSON,Proprs, Bristol, Tenn.I ii
For St. Marys and Crandall Tuesday '$1'\
-
friend who had been relieved
and Friday....................... 3.00 p.m. result until a
For 81. Marys and Dungeness on induced me to give DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S WILL PAY $2.50 PER DAYTo .

Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 FAVORITE REMEDY a trial; I home. To I
p. m. all who work for me at many can
did so. After taking one bottle I experience i
For St. Mary's and ?. afford to more..
King's Ferry, Fg pay
relief. I took another and charmed
Monday[ and Thursday........... 8.00a.m. was .e -STEADY EMPLOYMENT. Light, Pleasant Work.
with the result. In all, I have taken
Steamer Martha arrives POSTAL CARD W. W. RIDOUT, LOUISVILLE, Ky.
four bottles, and can truly say I feel like a : SEND TO
From St. Marys and Crandall. on new man. I am confident I am entirely Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. I.
Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. cured as it has been several months since 'I TENDING ADVERTISERS should address

From St. Marys and Dungeness, took the last medicine and there is no indi- COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., t.r t.
Fon Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00 a. m. cation of a return of the disease. I have *<+
St.Mary's and King's Ferry, recommended your remedy several suffering 10 Spruce Street, Xew York City, r 1

Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00 p.m. friends who have also been relieved, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS. FOR SELECT LIST OF 1,000 NEWSPAPERS.
I write this to return my sincere thanks to
Post-Office Notice. you for the cure which has been effected in WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. ii
TO ADVERTISERS.
Office Hours From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. my case, and also desire to say I think suffering -
!\:
"nday hours, 10:30: A. M. to 11:30 A. M. humanity owes you a debt of gratitudefor DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY A list of 9G4 newspapers DIVIDED INTO
Jloney Orders and Registered Letters from your wonderful scientific discovery. I STATES AND SECTIONS will be sent on application -
i.OA.. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M shall do all that in me lies to let all sufferers -FREE. 5i1flPlCSU,01lq
who want their advertising to we
to 3:30: p. m.ARRI'A.L know where they may find relief and AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. can To offer those no better medium for thorough pay and

1 AND DEPARTURE OF TilE MAILS. thereby in some measure remunerate you TIN for Tin Gutters promptlyy.filled. effective work than the various sections of our
Transit J. for the good you have done me. Wind, Mills,for pumping water or running Select Local List. ';L
Peninsular Railroad- life and and erected order. GEO. 1>. ROWELL CO., u1ia
long prosperity, on
Wishing light machinery promptly
you
SlI1ilt;
Arnyes daily ........ 4.45 Advertising Bureau
Brings mails except from the Sunday.North the P.M. thanking you for prolonging my life I am Church, Factory and School Bells for sale Newspaper 10 Spruce street, New York. -
,
HARRY W. OLMSTEAD.Dr. .
at a bargain. iii SOf-
Iulf coast r
Transit and Peninsular
railroads. Kennedy, of Itomlout, X. j&5 Stoves Wholesale Prices. NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD.jNCINESBOILER. __ '
uw Y., assures the public, by a reputation All goods delivered at the various trans- _r d- -
lakes daily except Sunday_........10:00 A.M. which he cannot afford to forfeit or imperil, portation stations within the city free of s
mails for the North the E ;
Gulf coast that the Favorite Remedy" docs invigorate charge. All sales for cash.
,Transit and Peninsular
roads the blood cures Liver, Kidney and CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. ] j f
Bladder complaints, as well as those diseases
n'lnu' urg train arrives daily......... 8:40: A. M. and weaknesses peculiar to females. J. L. Fernandina, Fla., July 12,1884.Notice. ALL, KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES
S Western
mail only.Jacksonville Horsey & Co. have it. I I Combined Orange Box and Shingle Machine IGULA .
Fenlanttita
l! d' Railroad- Eagle Gin, Saw MID Planers, Resawi, &0 .,rECT f{
B'r l\68 daily except Sunday........ 4:15 A. M. William McKnew, 124 Fayettc st. To the holders of the eight per cent. (Freeland) Ask for Catalogue and Price before bnvinz.RANDLE P NEVER :
t Juhn's itingsthe! Jacksonville and St. Baltimore, Md., says: "I believe 'Favorite bonds of the Florida Railroad Company, OUG NMi H'Y CO1 P "' tflN EVERT ;
& OUT or ORDER.
river mails. Remedy' is a good medicine. It is doingme issued in 1856 :

I CI gj daily except S un d....10:30 A. M. more good than anything I ever tried AN ORDER OF THE UNITED 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, 0. C)1As NO EQUAI' '
est 1 lcJaeksonYilleSt.Jolm's and I have tried almost everything, for I ama TiNDER and mention this )
Circuit Court for the Northern Write(or Catalogue paper.
drerand sufferer from dyspepsia." While Favorite WrwH Q CillHE.@
3 Northern malls.ltnday District of Florida, made upon motion of JiHGM
is in stomach and s
Remedy' a specific
1. JIailack bladder diseases, it is equally valuable in complainants' solicitors, April 14, 1885, in C. C. STRATTON & CO., ,
o.nn.11" and St. John's River the suit of William M. Tunno, and other 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.

f rottves......:..............................10''t A. 'U.... cases of bilious and disorders.all class Constipation of ills of bondholders, vs. the Florida Railroad Com- \\CAQo ANpF ct.ANj.
the bowels the (
appar- GEORGIA
mail ftf\ notified that OF MACON, o
arrives. et al. hereby .
J are GA
acksQ : P. M. ently inseparable from the constitution of pany you ILL. MASS.
C tbe vvile' St. John's River and all bonds and coupons must ,be producedand FOR SALE: BY

O does...................... 6:00: A- N.0nvflle women. exhibited before me for examinationand :MADE THE MODE BKO'S,
a 'ply : and St. John's River registry, within three months from the HAVE Fla., the author-
a clois. 4:00 P. M. MERCHANT TAILORR. date hereof, in order that yon may be con- ized Agents to contract for the sale of their JAMES McGIFFIX,
sidered and treated as parties to the suit.
SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.
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G. :McQUITTYHas SAMUEL A. SWANN, I AND BUILDER.
Sled BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties CONTRACTOR ;
t "ords for Good Thing.-Dr. Special Master. :
a removed his business to the rooms over
so "Favorite penned Remedy" wife has used your the New York Bakery on Centre street. Fernandina, Fla., May 2,1883.-1m wishing to purchase will get all information Alachua Street between Second and Third, .s sFERN'ANDINA
I:1d: l' for General Debility He has received an assortment of seasonable prices from them.
%ld sell ir Complaint L and is getting strong goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto For Sale.A Samples as of regards different qualities and stylescan FLA.
of $USe in cheerfully recommend ititours make them up' to suit all tastes in the very good Organ, whose catalogue price be seen at the office of

it th? fami'y WILLIAM medicine. best style.. is $165, will be sold at $55. :MODE BRO'S, Orders and estimates from a distance carefully ';. .
gratitude. at $40. .
LUNDY d- Repairing neatly done. Also, a $60 Sewing'Machine
)0 Baltimore, Hd..c Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884. MRS. MARY GODFREY. 26 Fernandina. attended to. 25-tf ,:
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"IF H'J KNEW." .. not run ,so smoothly with our affairs I my dead love. But neither could I the,remnants of the brave Moors, like I the words which had so font been
If knew when it would ',have been better for, me at endure the thought of Agnes shroud, an ebbing wave, receded from the waiting at my lips. She stood otion-
Through we the noisy walking crowded thoughtless way least. The necessity of fighting in and coffin. I wanted to 'remember' shores of Spain. Here in regal splen- less, with head bent slightly fo ward
That some pearl of wondrous whiteness1' some way to win a woman is"a good her, always, as I last saw her in life, dor the"Castilian monarchs held court; and her eyes fixed upon me. F0r '
"We Close beside our pathway lay, thing for a man; it adds interest to in all the freshness of her youthful here Columbus came to plead his cause moment we remained thus. Then a
We would would pause often where look around now we, hasten, the pursuit. But everything was so beauty, with the smile on her lip, the I I to ask for aid to discover a new continent raising my hand I pressed my eyelid
Lest our careless feet should trample very serene, I think it became monot- love lighten} her eyes.. o.I. wrote ; here, later, Napoleon's grand down over the aching eyeballs to shut
Some rare jewel to the ground. onous to me after a year'had passed. her brothera-wretched; despairing let- army held possession, repairing inju- out the vision for an instant, that I
,If we knew what forms were fainting Agnes was a beautiful girl-a plump, ter, telling him I could not attend the ries time and vandalism had wrought, might prove if my eyes were deceiving
For the shade that we should fling, petite brunette, with the loveliest I funeral, ,that I should arrange 'my only at last to deliberately destroy its me. When I looked up I was alone
If For we. knew the water what we lips could were bring parching large, soft dark eyes, in whose clear affairs, by letter, with my partner strong towers and mighty walls, to I searched everywhere, but there was"
_4 We would haste with eager footsteps', depths I could read her very soul. and leave immediately for Europe; I prevent its ,ever again becoming the no object in sight.I .
We would work with willing hands, Like most women of that style-where could not for months at least, endure stronghold of the enemy; here again, had 'been listening with breathless
Bearing Planting cups of of cooling water. no man has taught them, by a bitter any place that would remind me of was. striving to throw off the yoke of attention to my friend's story, and-
rows shading: palms. :
experience, the lesson of deceit or con- my loss. despotism, thousands of Republicans I leaning forward I asked anxIOusly
If we knew what lives are darkened cealment of feeling, she was very frank Within "two days I had taken pass- marched and drilled, stirring, it would "Could it ,have been possible that
t, by some thoughtless word of ours, and affectionate; and I, the more age on an European steamer; I had no I seem, even the old :Moors in their 'your constant dwelling upon Agnes
Which Like the had frost ever among lain among the flowers them ; shame for me, I think, I sometimes thought of where I was going, or what sepulchres. The novelty, the quaint had unsettled your brain, and the vi :-
,Oh with what sincere repenting, tired of her lavish caresses and words I was doing ; it was only an' attemptto charm, the irresistible fascinations of ion was only imagination r. "
With that anguish of regret of endearment. 1. .was a wretch, I escape from the intolerable burdenof the place grew upon me, held me cap- "No; I saw it too distinctly; it was
__ While We would our eyes cry.were forgive overflowing! forget! i admit, unworthy of such a woman. I remorse and sorrow which was tive day after day. It seemed so peo- no imagination. I could have told
h did not know how to .appreciate her crushing me. But it was all in vain, pled with memories of the past that I every detail of dress:; and appearance
If we knew? alas! and do we then. It was, as in the old song, "I in England ,or on ,the Continent, at almost ,expected in every shadowycorner It was Agnes? there could not be a
Ever care or seek to know think I should love her more, did she Berlin or 'Frankfort, at Munich. or to see some old :Moorish was-, doubt."
"Whether bitter herbs
our' neighbor's gardens or.rosesIn grow? but love me less." Baden Baden' on the Alps or among rior start into life. For the first time "And what followed? Go on Isaid
'f God forgive us! lest hereafter Ah, but I learned, when too late, the Swiss dikes, at ''Rome or Paris-it' in all my wanderings I was interested eagerly.I "Did you see; 'her
tw" Our hearts break to hear.Him say: the, value of such a love! I was all the same. I looked at every and gradually a feeling of restfulness again?"
_ Careless From my child presence I never flee knew away.you, How selfishly blind and unjust we'. thing. I saw nothing. I listened and crept over me, as if I had been lulledto Yes, once more. But this first

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: THE GHOST OF THE ALHAMBRA. accuse them of coquetry, deceit and dead love followed me everywhere, princess, whom tradition claims is held gloom. I, had seen her, but we had
heartlessness, and will not see thatwe until it became, at last, the one intense prisoner by enchantment in the.bowelsof no power to communicate with each
A STRANGE STORY OF LOVE AND SUPERSTITION -, have taught them the bitter lesson.A desire of my life to solve the mysteryof the mountains. other. One thing: at least, it had
woman who has given her heart death-to know if there was a state Just outside the ruins of the Tower proven a state of existence beyond the
Fred Hazeltine had been my college frankly, unreservedly to a lover, and of conscious existence beyond the of the Seven Floors was one of my grave, and if Agnes could not come to
chum, and my most intimate friend seen him grow indifferent, and at last grave and if so to hold communication favorite seats, a stone bench, upon me, I could go to her. All through
for years afterwards until business turn away from her altogether, is in some manner with my lost which I often reclined at the close of the night and the next day this
, changes separated us. It has been ready to meet the next with heartless Agnes. the day, and traced out the via dolo- thought filled my mind, until at last I
"Tr ten years since we met, and for the coquetry; no other man will ever have After two months of rapid, erratic rosa by which the unfortunate Boab- resolved I would seek the place at the
last five neither had heard directly the opportunity of reading her heart. wanderings, I found myself at Mad dil took his sad departure from his same hour again, and wait her com-
from the other. For about eight years But it is too frequently the case, thatan rid. From my boyhood days I had princely home. To the south, on the ing-and I would go prepared to
. fir' I had been in San Francisco, engaged honest-hearted man, who would held, the most romantic ideas of the summit of one of the hills at the foot return with her to her spirit home. I
Q#''' in banking business, and now for'the have prized her as! God's most preciousgift old :Moorish ruins of the Alhambra,,to of the Alpuxarra mountains,, I could, cleaned and loaded my pistol, and as
first time since my removal there, I is the one who suffers for the which the genius of Irving has lent see the spot'rendered famous in song night approached sought the Alhambra \ -
::3'' had come east for a visit. Upon 'my wrong done by a former lover.It such an enchantment. In a last des- and story as the place where the unhappy heights, fully resolved that ere the
,1Ig arrival in New York, almost the first would be a happy world if men perate attempt to find something to king looked his last upon the morning dawned I would be with Agnes -
y's' person I met, whom I had previously and women only understood what was interest me I resolved to visit them. Alhambra. It has been well named in another world. I reached my
i i Known, was my old friend. He met necessary for their happines. I learned One fine afternoon, late in September, "La Cuesta de las Lagrimas," for here seat just as the twilight shadows beganto
:r me with all his old friendly cordiality, wisdom only through sin and suffer- I took the train for Menzibar:and the in bitter tears he bids farewell to Gra- fall, and sat watching anxiously the
a .and insisted on my accompanying him ing. Little by little I had grown following evening the diligence set me nada, and felt that with it he was giv- path from the valley below. Every
home, an invitation which I very wil- careless and indifferent.If down at the door of the hotel'V ash- ing up the honors of his race, and all sense was keenly alert; every nerve
tingly accepted.- He had been married Agnes, observed any change. in ington.. Irving," in tne old city of Gra- the glories and delights of life. Here strained to its utmost tension. I was
1 about six years, and had two my conduct she never spoke or 10 it." nada. his mother, the haughty and intrigueing without doubt on the very verge of
!1* Ji children, so he told me-speaking; of Sometimes I fancied a sad look in the For days I wandered about the Al- Sultana, Ayxa, had scornfully insanity if not virtually insane, but I
, i wife and children with great pride and depths of her dark eyes, but whatevershe hambra, exploring everything, from reproached him. "You do well," she did not realize it. I thought myself
' ':'t i : affection. On our arrival at his house may have thought she uttered no the great Gate of Justice with its said, "to weep as a woman over what wonderfully calm and composed, and
; his wife was absent; would return in word of reproach. At last I became mysterious hand and key, to the ruinsof you could not defend as a man." joyfully awaited my fate.
1jif: about two hours, the servant said in.. deeply fascinated by a stately, dashing the Tower of Seven Floors, with its > Sitting here at the close of the sixth How long I sat there I know not,
jit ;.f..l answer to Fred's inquiry. There was blonde, the acknowledged belle of the closed door, from, whence BoabdiI, day of my visit, I was thinking of all but the twilight had given place to
tl:: -J so much of interest to 'each other in season. At heart I was not intention- well named "el Zogopbi," or the un- the past history of the place, and my the clear beams of the moon, and every
ifft the past ten years of our lives that I ally false to Agnes, and never once lucky, passed out of his splendid pal- heart went out in sympathy for the object was as clearly revealed as ia
:1 1 : was not sorry for the opportunity fora thought of breaking my: engagement; ace and delivered up to his conquerors sorrowing king, who like myself,had the light of day. I never for an instant -
$ ,a quiet ,chat ''before meeting his wife. but I was greatly interested in :Maude the fortress and kingdom his fathers; never fully prized the kingdom over turned my eyes from the spot()
: Old bachelor as I was, the thought of Hartly and neglected Agnes for her.I from the palace where which he reigned until it was lost to where, last eve, the vision had ap
i t'}iri my friend's wife and children was not do not think Agnes'suspected it, forI "One king"came in, in triumph," him forever. I felt at the moment peared. Suddenly I became aware
tI I at first quite agreeable to me; I was invariably, man fashion, pleadeda I II I to where that I, too, would like to weep as a that I was not alone, and I turned
? ii not prepared to sympathize fully in business engagement whenever I '' The other went woman" over what I had failed to hurriedly in the opposite direction.
{!/ > his evident pride in them. The children passed an evening in Maude's society.In weeping, away. prize as a man. Never had Agnes There, not ten feet from me, Agnes
}m a fine boy of four and a little July I followed 'my fascinating strolled day after day through the seemed so dear as that moment. So stood clearly revealed in the moon
!-h(; ., girl still in the nurse's arms, were blonde to Newport, and for two weeksI Court de la Alberca, with its marble long and so ardently had I desiredto light. I sprang to my feet with out-
" r t;:. brought in, and really proved more had neither seen nor heard from pavements, and enormous fish tank, receive some communication from stretched arms. '0, Agnes,' I cried,
'' 1' worthy of my friend's enthusiastic affection Agnes. One night on returning to my through the Court of Lions, with its her, with no response to my desires, speak to me!I' and in an instant, the
tt1 than I had expected. hotel, after an evening spent with tragic associations of the assassinationof that I had returned to my old feelingof vision, my ghost, had vanished forever,
='i After their return to the nursery :Maude, I found a letter from Charles the Abencerrages, through what doubt of a future state of existence.If and a woman's 'form, warm, glowing
Sot; we settled down into a long talk of Dayton, Agnes's brother, I felt as if had once been the garden of the beau- there'was a life beyond the grave- with life, was clasped in my arms."
; i"4" our respective histories since we had! the hand of God had smitten me as I tiful Lindaraxa-finding new beauties and Agnes desired, as ardently as I, to "A pretty ghost story," I said in
i1'i1" met. : life had been read each day in the fine architecture the me-to reveal her disgust myself after
My own quite .. .: ... .. .. .. see presence to me, cj straightening mybent .
|$ | commonplace and uneventful; I-had "Agnes died very suddenly" an hour marble pillars, ,and the exquisitely surely ere this our love would have p sitionUof rapt attention."And .
erg' been fairly successful.in business-had ago, after an illness of two dayswehad delicate filikree-work of. the, arcades.I rent the veil which separated us. It a pretty ghost," my friend
succeeded in gaining sufficient for com not thought her condition dangerous climbed the steep winding stairs of could not be, I thought; all beyondthe rejoined, laughingly, as he rose and
4D fort at least. until a few hours before her death. the Tower Comares, which had once dark portals of the grave must bea led forward a beautiful woman who
t+ I, too, had experienced my love Her last words were of you. 'Tell been the prison of. the proud'old Sul- blank. Death must end all there had just entered the room still clad in
;q1: dream, and-well, no matter, she had Fred I loved him most tenderly to the tana, Ayxa (la Aorra) and her unfor- was of conscious existence for man. her heavy carriage wraps.
been married to a wealthier man thanI last,' she said, 'and if there is any tunate son;' I stood on the narrow gal- Over and over in my mind these sad "My wife," he said, presenting her
for nearly six years, and I had' lived power in love to rend the veil which lery from whence she had lowered thoughts revolved, plunging me deeperand proudly. "Agnes, love, this is my
w it down, had grown rather cynical, I separates us, I will come back to him, Boabdil to the hillside below, sending deeper into despair. What can old college friend, Frank CarriDgton
fear, cared little for the society women, and will find some means of communi- him out free only to have him returnat there be in all the vast universe of of whom you have heard me speak
t t had become, in fact, something of a cating with him." last to the throne of his fathers and God so sad, so utterly hopeless, as the frequently."
dreamer-a firm believer in spiritualism Can you imagine how a man must I by his weakness and misfortunes to ; thought that the grave, the worm and She gave me a most cordial greeting -
and in all the mysteries of nature feel, who sees lying at his feet the life- lose the magnificent estate which for corruption, are the end eternally of I in such a charming manner that 1
,, which would not yield ready explanation less body of one most tenderly beloved more than two hundred years ,had all we love! The twilight shadows I quite forgave Fred for spoiling his fine
-1 to the investigations of. science.At and knows that in a moment of insane been the home of his ancestors. I sat had deepened as I sat there-and the ghost story by bringing her back to
last our conversation touched the rage his hand had dealt the fatal blow!II for hours on the terraced roof of the full moon rose, lighting up the scene ,
4 question of spirits, and my friend think I knew at that moment, I feltI tower, looking out over the Vega-the with a weird, unearthly beauty. A life."And now for the explanation; I
> y: remarked: was Agnes's murderer, as much as*if valley of the Douro-the airy palaceof few light clouds were floating in the said, as :Mrs. Hazeltine left the ruom,
"I changed all my views of the I had plunged a dagger to her heart.I the Generaliffe, and beyond, the heavens, one of them passed over the having excused herself to remove her
supernatural, and of a future state off knew nothing of the sickness, it is snow-clad summits of the Sierra Nevada face of the moon, clothing all near wraps.
: existence, before my marriage." true, or what might have been the the glory of Granada: ,which objects with a soft transparent haze. "0, it was all her brother's work;
I'was deeply interested at once, for causes which led to her death; she. from its exhaustless stores of snow and twenty or thirty feet from my seat he saw the trouble between: us-kneff
y,; in our old days he had held very loose might not have known the great I ice furnishes the pure cold water so was a steep declivity which led by a of my attentions to Ma'ide Hartly
. ideas of both subjects, holding them wrong I had done her, but I felt, all highly prized by the native Andalu- sharp turn to the valley below. As I and took this means of bringing me.to
fur up to keenest ridicule in his careless; the same, I was her murderer. Now sians. reclined there, looking dreamily off in my senses. He wrote the letter in
merry style."I that no amount of sorrow or remorse Looking down into the courts be- that direction a white object rose tending to give me a good fright and,
had a very strange' experienceseven could restore her to me, how very, neath, I thought of all the changingscenes slowly from the depths below. In the teach me, if possible, whether I cared
years ago, which changed my very precious, seemed the love I had witnessed there since the days dim light there was no appearance. for Agnes or not. He expected I
previous ideas of the subject," he said, slighted. 'I'thought of all her tender when, in the full tide of their glory of a' person walking, but the vision would return immediately to view
leaning his head on his hand and gazing caresses,'her loving words,' her appeal- the foundations had been laid and the seemed to float slowly upward until it York, and in a few hours at most the
t thoughtfully into the glowing ing,glances, until the 'thought became strong towers ,erected, by the followersof reached the level ground and took on whole thing would be explained; bat
grate. madness. All night J paced my room :Mahomet; that strange people full the distinct form of a woman clothedin my going at once to Boston and sailing
t I was eager to hear it. in an agony of remorseful tenderness, of learning, science, chivalry and dar- white. It floated along a few feet for Europe 'spoiled completely au
"But it is a long story," he' said, thinking of my dead love, my cruelly ing, who had conquered every nation towards me, and suddenly stopped.At his plans, and he had no other resource
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"and may not interest you" wronged darling. from the plains of India to the Pillarsof that moment the moon passed from but to reveal all to Agnes and lease
"On the contrary nothing could 0, if she could but return to me, if Hercules; who had swept like a behind a cloud and its full light fell her to find some means of communication -
interest me more," I assured him, and only for one short hour, that I might huge tidal wave over Spain, and, but upon the figure. And there before me, with me. He never told hero f
settling back comfortably in his easy plead for forgiveness for the wrong I for the heavy blows of Charles Martelat just as she looked in life, was my lost my connection with :Maude, or possibly
chair he told me his strange story. had done her. But there was no answerto the battle of Tours, might have Agnes; :the round, full face, the deep, she might not have been, so willing to
About eight years ago I first met my agonizing heart-cry-only the repeated in the Occident the'history lustrous eyes, the 'beautifully curved follow me. As it was she learned: had
Agnes Dayton, and in my usual impulsive silence of death, a separation wide as of their Oriental conquests. lips, even the soft waves of dark brown from my partner to what port I
style fell madly in love, with the vast ocean of eternity between us. Within their old walls and courts hair, over the smooth white browallas : sailed, and followed on the nest-
her almost at first sight. In less I than Though I live to,reach my three-score forty thousand :Moors had responded, distinct in the moonlight as if she steamer. It was'a most difficult matter ,
I three months we were engaged. The yearsand ten, I shall never forget the time after time, to the call of their were alive. .I sat as one turned to to trace me, my journeys were?
.' match was agreeable to all our friends, agony of that night. I shrank with sovereign, until at ''last the splendorof stone, unable to, move or speak., Ar- rapid and my course so erratIc, -
and we only postponed our marriage disgust and loathing from ever again the Crescent had paled before the dently a* I had desired to meet her, Through my banker they learned,01my but
," .;,' until I should get, a fair start in my looking upon the face of the 'woman glory of the Cross, and Ferdinand and now that she had responded to my destination from time to time, too
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late. At :Madrid they learned of my FAMILY GROCERIES.! ':> -'- NOTICE. IT STANDS. AT THE HEAD, '!.' "
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here my longer stay gave them the .n" NOTICE following described lands THAT will -
opportunity of overtaking me. They be sold at Public Auction on'the FIRST''DAY

had taken lodgings very near the OF JUNE, at the City, Hall, in Fernandina The. Light-Running' .
or jso much thereof a* will be necessary to
ruins, and on the evening when we i pA5' the amounts! due (for taxes herein set ... .I I r,
first met, her brother had accompa- @WHITNER & SCHUYLER jpposite- the same, together ,with cots: of :

nied her, but had stopped an instantin sale, and advertising. "bOEior!

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Eee me, sitting as I was, half in shadow NAME. I LoT. I'! AM'T.

until the moment she stopped, .. This cut shows the new style of wood work
then not recognizing me, she had Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store, I that the company is now introducing.

turned: and hastily rejoined her bro- Renno Adams,......s.I .. 2..52.1 ..1.:1.). 25
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Florida
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below had hidden them from my sight r-wo. 47 CElJSTIJIE: : : =l.EI STREET: : : wharf taxes of 1883...................... 38 50
when I looked over the cliff""But P. R. & N. Co.'wharimprovement .

had not written ?" at foot
why they
of Beach st.. knownas .
"It was Agnes's wish to meet me the S8. wharf, RR. I

first; but when she knew all I had A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: shops and fixtures. ,

suffered, she regretted not having doneso. in machinery said shop; and......tools....... ............ ......t I 43 50
But I deserved it all. Those F. R. & X. Co.. 2.GGO ft.track. I

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never look back upon them now'' butit F.side R. &tra'k.N. Co....,.,.7.275.........ft.... ... ., 61 28

seems as if Agnes must have been F fINE G GROCtftIE IE AND COI FEE I G. n. Fairbanks.............3, 4, 5, 6 39... 21' 25
dead, and that she returned to life at I Friendship Lodge (except ,
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there the ruins of the
ny call, among J.,H. Mooney.. .............. .... 6 12
Alhambra. After that terrible lesson R.E. R 0 lnson... ......... )... 7 1" _
there could never again be any fear George Robinson..........i 25..3.. ... 2 S8 t
indifferent George Roux............... .... 13 25
of my becoming or failingto Pure Spices Canned Goods Aildrety 'YiIliams......... .. 6 00 's $h _
prize fully the love of which I was T. L. Wilson ................n.. 2......81... 2 62 -

EO unworthy." L. W.U 'Vhitt'hurst.KNow -1884......... 4............;0... 11 00 rJ.-w i

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Traveler's Guide. ................................... ... ... 14... 4 13
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TRANSIT &; PENINSULAR RAILROAD. Imported Belles and Jims Dried Fruits Nuts ................................... n 1-11)20
Day Passenger Train leaves ,, 21.......268.. 163 IN ITS MECHANICAL; CONSTRUCTION
ForCc arKcrand'Vildwoodand (Old Town)..................13,14..10.... 1 50
all points on Transit Road10.25 a. m. 1883. IT HAS NO RIVAL !

ForSavannah and all points North ................................... 8.2..... 22.5,
and West................................10.25 a. m. (Old Town).................., ..... 0... 3 25 The new lines of attachment that are
(connecting at Callahan.) (Old Town).................. 31......... 5..... 2 00 now being placed with each "Domestic"are
}Tallahassee, Pensacola,and all CRACKERS AND CANDIES, (Old Town).................. 18......... 17... 2 00 specialties. No other machine has them
the :Florida Central & These attachments and the new woodwork t
points on
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11'e Railroad..10.25
tern
a. m /i I .J'i ', :... { ., City Collector. of Taxes. Question, :
(connecting at Baldwin.) If' ;, "; I.to": = f'-'W".. "'" .., ; ,.i
Day Passenger Train arrives ( -.:',:'', ,z.;q".R-.a.: Fernandina, Fla., May 1, 1885. The Standard of
From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and and ;; : Acknowledged
all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 p.m. Toilet Soap Perfumer: : Notice for Final Discharge. Excellence. :
Savannah and all in ;
From
points
11 MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
the North and West................ 4.35p.m. of t
this notice I
publication will presentto
From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and Best Brands Family Flour, : the- Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probate
-FOR SALE BYHENRY
all the Florida Central i
points on for Nassau final
accounts and :
tt Western Railroad................ 1.35 p.m. vouchers county, my of the
I Night Passenger Train leat'csFor Choice Butter and Cheese WILLIAM MARSOX as executor, deceased and estate ask for of : IIOBE1X, I

Wild wood........................... 0.00 p. in. final discharge. a .
For Savannah and all points North JOHN A. :ELLERMANN FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. elf
and West................................ 5.30 p. m. .: Lard ,
Hams Bacon etc. Executor.
at Callahan. : .- altA
(connecting ) Fernandina, Fla.. April 4, 1885. 6m
Night Passenger Train arrives ent wanted in unoccupied eliJ
territory.
From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and I ... .-
the "' mo ENGINEERS OUT OF EMPLOYMENT.willing : Address, t1
all points on Transit Road... 8.50 a. m. :
to take agency of article required by
From Savannah and all points in all steam consumers. Liberal discounts. Address, DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.. ht
the North and West................. 8.50 a. m. :II. STONE, 49 Dey Street, N. Y. City, RICHMOND, VA. .>
From Pensacola Tallahassee, and CIGARS AND TOBACCO. i 1:
all points on Florida Central &

Western Railroad..................... 8.50a.m. 40 1885 SEWING MACHINES, .l
FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
Train leaves daily, except Sunday- ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, t-

For Jacksonville......................... 7.00 a. m. .. 'i/\ ," ..." Rose Leaf,Fine Cut .
For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p. in. *1-Free Delivery. Fresh Supplies "WeelclyVt.,. mar28 For Sale Manufacturers' PricesALSO IATTA"HMl'NTS
Train arrive daily, except Sunday- Navy Clippings --

i From Jacksonville......................11.18 a. m. From the Indianapolis Times.] of description, and I
!f From Jacksonville.. ...................... 7.10 p.m. [ :Et. A..t7dPi1V!: : and Snuffs \ for every,any Sewing Machine; :
Sunday only 1'1I
An Interesting LetterFrom for sale.
From Jacksonville ....................10.20 a. m, MANUFACTURER OF ,
From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40p.m. jZ3J-Old :Machines repaired at moderate ., j'
For Jacksonville ........................ 6.50 a.m. Mr. Harry W. Olmstead, Proofreader Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND prices. !.

For Jacksonville ........................ 5.15 p. m. of "The Times." DEALER IN (( 'r ,;; : PG IIENRY: HOBEIN, r
MALLORY LINE. The following letter is encouraging and Corner Third and Ash Streets, I it ;

For New York direct, by steam- worthy of careful perusal, as it does, fromso 8 Fernandina. Fla.
R orriCE1g B C00 x
ST0
San ships Antonio State of Texas or City of reliable a source, unsolicited. It contains PALOJ VBS S SF t"f,
Thursday evening 7.00 p.m. II"
From New York direct, by City of facts of great value: r

San Antonio and State of Texas, INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. 12, 1884.
every Friday........................... 3.00p.m. DR. DAVID KENNEDY, Roundout, N. Y. JWO OU RE, :3XTO :P: .aY.DICI wuI 'ji
CHARLESTON A FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LIKE. DEAR SIR-For ten years I have been a I EY'S.
For Charleston, by steamship City sufferer from disease of the kidneys, at F i'ji
Monticello,every Wednesday.From times so much so as to make life a burden. + PAINLESS EYE WATER !
this time several of the best .,,
Charleston, by same steamer During physicians .r EWHONEeNinj1S&
every Sunday...... ............... p. m. in Indiana have treated me with littleor m m uoalulm.ul AT ONCE. Cures inflamed and I
ST. MARYS RIVER. no success, until I had almost despairedof RELIEVES in a few hours. Gives ISO PAIN.
Steamer relief. I then tried several advertised Price,35 cents a bottle. Ask for it.
For St. Marys Martha and leaves Crandall Centre,Tuesday street dock- remedies, but nothing produced the desired DICKEY & ANDERSON,Prop'rs, Bristol, Tenn. ., 11,,

and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m. result until a friend who had been relieved
For St. Marys and Dungeness, on induced me to give DR. DAVID KEXKEDY'S I WILL PAY $2.50 PER DAYTo

Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p. m. did FAVORITE After REMEDY bottle a I trial; I all who work for me at home. To many I can
I For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, so. taking one experi- _FS afford to pay more.4STEADY .,
Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m. ence relief. I took another and was charmed EMPLOYMENT. Light, Pleasant Work. YekabiS. I,
with the result. In all, I have taken
Steamer Martha arrives four bottles, and can truly say I feel like a SEND POSTAL CARD TO W. W. RIDOUT, LOUISVILLE, KY.
From St. Marys and Crandall, on new man. I am confident I am entirely Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. i:
Monday and Thursday..........._ 7.00 a.m. cured, as it has been se\'eralmonths since I pTENDING ADVERTISERS should address

From St. Marys and Dungeness, took the last medicine, and there is no indi- COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., I
,
on Wednesday and Saturday.... 9.00 a. m. cation of a return of the disease. I have .1:
From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, recommended your remedy to several suffering 10 Spruce Street, Yew York City,
Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00p.m. friends who have also been relieved, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, FOR SELECT LIST OF 1,000 NEWSPAPERS.
I write this to return my sincere thanks to *
Post-Office Notice. you for the cure which has been effected in WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. 9
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. my case, and also desire to say I think suffering I TO ADVERTISERS.

Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. humanity owes you a debt of gratitudefor DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY A list of 9G4 newspapers DIVIDED INTO
Money Orders and Registered Letters from :your wonderful scientific discovery. I STATES AND: SECTIONS will be sent on application le
8.00: ... M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00: p. M shall do all that in me lies to let all sufferers -FREE.
to 3:30: p.m.ARRIVAL know where they may find relief, and AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. can To offer those no who better want medium their advertising for thorough to pay,and we

AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. thereby in some measure remunerate you TIN for Tin Gutters promptly.filled. effective work than the various sections of our StfoflqSu1ilt
Transit do Peninsular Railroad for the good you have done me. Wind Mill.for pumping water.or.running Select Local List. 'k
Wishing you long life and prosperity, and light machinery promptly erected on order. GEO. P. HOWELL & CO., tR"4
Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45 p. M. Newspaper Advertising Bureau, ;
for life, I for sale
thanking prolonging Bells
School
am Church and
Brings mails from the North,the you my Factory 10 Spruce street, New York.
HARRY. OLMSTEAD.Dr. .
Gulf at a bargain. N4 SOf-
coast, Transit and Peninsular 1
railroads. Kennedy: of Romlont, X. ;S*Stoves at Wholesale Prices. NEW, CHEAT AND GOOD.jNGINESBOILER. ;;
Hoses Y., assures the public, by a reputation All goods delivered at the various trans- -
daily except Sunday.........10:00: A.M.
Takes mails for the North, the which he cannot afford to forfeit or imperil, portation stations within the city free of! 5
Gulf coast Transit and Peninsular that the Favorite Remedy" does invigorate charge. All sales for cash. :: ._
-
the blood, cures Liver, Kidney and
SECOND STS.
roads. CORNER BROOME AND f
Bladder well those diseases j
*Brings burg Western rpm arrives daily......... 8:40 A. M. and weaknesses complaints peculiar, as to as females. J. L.. Fernandina, Fla., July 12,1884.Xoticc. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES _
mail only. Horsey: & Co. have it.
Fctnanama & Jacksonville Railroad- Eagle Combtmed Gin Orange, Saw Mills Box, and Planers Shingle, Re.a.Machine.., A-o CT R1IGULA !
wives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A. M. William Melnew,124 Fayette st. the Freeland Ask and Prices before tioyfng pA
To holders of the eight per cent. ( ]) for Catalogue NEVER 1""
{tongs the Jacksonville and St. Baltimore, Md., says: "I believe 'Favorite bonds of the Florida Railroad Company, Ptfrl'N' EVER'o
John's DUGAN MACH' CO .
river mails. Remedy' is a good medicine. It is doingme issued in 1856 : HANDLE ORDER.NWR

Closes daily except Sunday..10:30 A. M. more good than anything I ever tried, TTNDER AN ORDER OF THE UNITED 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a )1As NO .1- '
lakes
the Jacksonville St.John's and I have tried almost everything, for I ama
wveraud Northern mails., sufferer from dyspepsia." While Favor- LJ States Circuit Court for the Northern Write for Catalogue and njtnticn this paper.) C i G {

Sunday ite Remedy' is a specific in stomach and District of Florida, made upon motion of IIIC
Jail- bladder diseases, it is equally valuable in complainants' solicitors, April 14, 1885, in C. C. STRATTON & CO., lv
Jacksonville and St.John's River NEVYYORK.ILL. .
the suit of William M. Tunno, and other 30 UNION SQUARE
.,.arrives.............................."....10:25 A. U. cases of bilious disorders. Constipation of bondholders, vs. the Florida Railroad Com-' '
c Jacksonville'Ort I 1(rn mail arrIves.......:........... 9:00 P. :M. the bowels inseparable and all from the the class constitution of ills apparently of- pany, et al., you are hereby notified that OF MACON, GEORGIA, \CAqO O MASS.bANQE \.AN14 GA -i
cI St. John's River and be -
all bonds and coupons must, produced
the North, closes...................... 6:00 A. }I. women. and exhibited before me for examinationand MODE BRO'S, FOR SALE BY t f
fa
Jacksonville! and St. John's River registry, within three months from the HAVE\IADETIIE
author-
1 only, closes.............................. 4:00 p. M. MERCHANT TAILORR. date hereof, in order that :you may be con- ized Agents to contract for Fla.the, sale the of their JAMES:: McGIFFIX, .,
1 1t SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.Kiud sidered and treated as parties to the suit. 1,
G. :McQUITTYHas SAMUEL A. SWANN, ONTRACTOR AND .BUILDER. -
J << Words for a Good Thing.Dr."F1d removed his business to the rooms over Special Master. .BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES., C .

?Kennedy: My for wife General has used!:!Debility yourRemedy" the He has New received York Bakery assortment, on Centre of seasonable street. -Fernandina, Fla., May, 2, 18 .-1m Parties wishing to purchase will get all information Alachua Street, between Second and Third, f:
amid
f Liver Complaint, and is getting strong goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto For Sale.A as regards prices from them.
cud Well. I of different qualities and stylescan FERNANDINA, FLA.
cheerfully'recommend ito make them up' to suit all tastes in the, very good Organ, whose catalogue priceis Samples lfo
In office ofMODE
iou every family as a family medicine. best style., will be be seen at the
it $165, sold at$55. 1
rs with and estimates from a distance carefully "" t.
Orders
gratitude. WILLIAM LuNDY, done. BRO'S,
. Repairing neatly Also, a $60 Sewing'Machine at $40. .
Baltimore, Md. Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. MRS. MARY GODFREY. .: 26 Fernandina. attended to., 2.5-tr' ..
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1 THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MAY 16 1885.' .



THE Jb IDA MIRKOK. countable to the people. With the A GROSS ERROR CORRECTED."Let $313,500,000, showing a decrease of I line of drinkers more or less remote

M : present Constitution, a Governor us look into the facts flr'a moment $16,500,000., Against this total rev i and has seemed,to replace the !

a GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. may need :a cabinet, but with the and see what was claimed by the Republican enue will stand the total expenditure -i tite for drink. app
leaders'at the time Garfield was elected.
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. patronage and control of the offices Mr. Horatio:'Bisbee claimed that althoughthe stated at $290,500,000, to which A --

removed from the control of the returns showed that General Finleywas must be added 84,000,000 for defi- NEW explosive, known as kine-

Office corner Centre and First streets;second floor executive, we have no longer a need elected,-,tha.t he (Bisbee) was. in fact ciency bills passed by the last Congress tite, is at present being studied in

elected in_ the Second Congressional Dis- and this mak- Germany. It consists, it is said
RATES OF ADVERTISING. of a Governor's cabinet, but of offi- payable year, of

Zr Ten cents a line for the first and five cents for cers, of State elected by and amen- trict, and acting upon such claim at a very ing in all $294,500,000. This will a mixture of oils and gun cotton
: he
great cost to himself personally con-
Special local notices 15 cents a line. able to the people. tested the election and was seated by a Leave a surplus at the close of the: superior to dynamite, as i its'

Reading notices 25 cents a line. The judicial department stands Democratic Congress." year of $19,500,000. manufacture and manipulation are

Special at the rate office.Communications for time.; advertisements upon. application upon a'different footing, and admitsof We find in the editorial columnsof The figures show that the revenue absolutely without danger; it will

.. strong arguments pro and con. In the Florida Journal of May 11th has.been falling off rapidly.. It is a detonate only under certain peculiar
upon all matters of local inter-
and
est solicited from all parts of the county and from an abstract point of view there is no the; above" remarkable statement. curious fact, for instance, that the well defined conditions of shock.

along the lines of Florida railways. doubt that the choice of Judges ?Mr. Challen, who is a new comer in internal revenue receipts for the last Only the part exposed to concussion

. All communications Intended for publication the State well be excused for month fell off than explodes, and when fired it burns
ds" should be addressed to the Editor: all business should not be left to the chance or might more $2,500,000From

! i ,letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. mischance of a popular vote; yet in not knowing its political history, but the corresponding month last quietly with a brilliant light. The

tip SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1885. point of fact, where the experiment it is extraordinary that the veteran year, by reason, it is supposed, of true composition is being carefully

has been tried, as in New York,Ten- journalist who edits the Florida the; whisky bond decision, made kept secret. .
--
TRIUMPH OF TIlE PEACE POLICY nessee and elsewhere,there has arisenno Journal should reiterate such a state- near the close of the last administration REGULATIONS----

The settlement of the, Russo-Eng- practical trouble in selecting and ment in reference to a matter of It is instructive to 'notice PRESCRIBING THE DUTIES OF THE

lish difficulty is the triumph of wise electing the best men. In the last such recent.>u occurrence., that the total revenue from all SANITARY INSPECTOR FOR

counsels and of statesmanship.. election in New York, at a time of There never was the slightest sources was : NASSAU COUNTY.

'; ,., It was fortunate'for England that no great popular excitement and when ground for any claim on the part of For 1881-2...............................$403,500,000 SECTION 1. The -

..... jingo clamor could move the great party feeling ran high, the nomineesof the; Republican leaders that Mr. For 1882-3........ ........................ 398,250,000 by the Board Sanitary of Inspector appointed

' For 1883-4........................ ..... 348,500,000 Health for the
5 statesman who standing at the helm the indorsedby Garfield had carried Florida by county of Nassau shall
respective parties were For 1884-5................................ 313,500,000 report to the Boardof
,r.i guided the ship of state into the the opposite party. 2,000, or any other majority.. The Health any and every nuisance whatever
estimate -
The Herald
correspondent's discovered by him in
j w 9 smooth waters of a peaceful haven. The fitness of things seems to impress official canvass of 1880 gave Gen. any part of the
11I. of$294,500,000 for total ex- county of Nassau by reason of which the
I.;; War would have been the greatest even upon politicians the neces- Hancock a majority of 4,310, and penditures includes $47,000,000 for public health is, or may be, endangered or

1 calamity which could have happened sity of selecting for judicial offices Gov. Bloxham 5,065. The Supreme injuriously affected.
. the sinking fund. But as it is not
to England. The leaders of the opposition irreproachable men, and experiencehas Court of the State was composed ofa SECTION. 2. It shall further be the dutyof
that it should be appliedto such Inspectors once at least
necessary in
,o in England did not dare to shown that Judges who are appointed -' majority of Republican judges. every
that the $47,000,000 month, after the first day of Hay and until
purpose, may
i assume the responsibility of plunging are quite as likely to receive The Republican leaders had, there- be added to the available surplus otherwise further ordered by the Board,

. the nation into war, but chose hostile criticism as those who are fore, every opportunity of contestingthe personally to inspect all drains, cemeteries -

; the cheaper expedient of interrogating elected. It is at,least an open ques- result if they had any ground making it $66,500,000.It premises, yards, lots, sinks, vaults,
is evident, however, that the closets, wells or other supplies, throughout
R'\l
the Government. Standing, as tion, and we hope will be wisely whatever for doing so. Gen. Finley
country has fallen on a period of all incorporated cities or towns in said
England does, at the head of the considered. received a majority of 1,152 over county, and to make careful note of all
and reform and
Jt! Anglo-Saxon peoples of the world, Mr. Bisbee. necessary economy causes whatever tending in any manner
that economical and reform lov-
I misfortune to her would be felt in REASON CALLED BACK.A The Forty-seventh Congress, which an endanger or disturb the_ public health,anti
: ing Democratic President was electedin report the same.in writing to the Board of
f every portion of the civilized world. assembled in December, 1881, was,
thoseto
notable personage among good tim There will be no great Health.

t We may criticise much that she does, be met along the avenue and in as everybody knows, a Republican surplus for Congress to waste on river SECTION 3. In all cases where premisesor

"" yet we cannot but acknowledge her Congress, and the notorious Keiferwas lots are found upon inspection to be in
the hotel lobbies of
; i i1l'A Washington and shoal and the of
jobs Secretary
Selfish interests bad sanitary condition, the Inspector shall
j; greatness. might be Speaker. In violation of all
during the past few days has beenan the Treasury will have all he can do at once notify the person or persons residing
i' benefited by a war between two great fair he packed the Committeeon
ex-soldier, the circumstances of usage to continue buying $2,000,000 worthof thereon, and if vacant, the owner or person
II' nations, but the interests of this and Elections with nine regular Re-
whose career since the war have silver month to bury in the in charge thereof, and require such action

, I every other country would be in the vested him with peculiar interest. publicans ; one :Mahone Readjuster, treasury vaults.per The silver dollar, on the part of such person or persons: as in

end the devastations Paul of his judgment may be necessary; and in
injured by Virginia one Independent
,
;
Early in 1862 he then a man of which the Government
. young now owns case of refusal or neglect on the part of any
caused such contest. G. W. Jones of Texas and
by a placed
.q elisted, at his home in Southern In- $163,000,000 bought with surplus person or persons so notified to abate or re
The Gladstone administration has only four Democrats on the com- move nuisance designated, or to put the
any
diana and
to
was assigned a regi- revenue, was worth 93 cents whenwe
wisely concluded to withdraw from mittee. A strong partisan committee premises or lots in approved sanitary con
ment that was actively engaged began to coin it. It is now worth
Soudan, and let the hostile tribes organized to turn out Democrats, dition, the Inspector may either make com-
during the whole war. The young only 83 cents., plaint before the proper authority for nb/a-/
. "smash the Mahdi." This decision and the committee under the lead of
soldier'made_ himself useful, and ; 'It 'is probable that there will be tion of the Regulations of the Boaii oi

j has evidently given great relief to was always in the thickest of the one Ranney, of :Massachusetts, reported less extravagance in the expenditureof Health, or'report the same to the Board tut

the English people.CONSTITU7.'lONAL. in favor of Mr. Bisbee, and a action.
ii fray and was'promoted to be an offi- the public moneys during Presi-
SECTIONS. The Inspector shall also in-
cer. In one of the last'battles partisan Republican majority votedto dent Cleveland's administration thanat spect all butchers' stalls, and, as far as pos-

REVISION. fought before the final surrender, unseat Gen. Finley on a purely any time for the past twentyfiveyears sible, all fresh meats, vegetables, fruits,

* It is rather remarkable that there partisan issue and by a party vote. melons, and fish exposed for sale, and
while leading a charge, the young and that the Democratic party,
has been so little discussion of the all places where articles of food
captain was struck in the head by a following the ]line of economy and
particular points in which the Constitution LEMON GROWING. of any kind are offered for sale in any

needs revision. We hoper a ball, and fell. His soldiers, with A person who is well qualified to reform to which it is committed by such city or town, and if upon inspection

whom he was a great favorite, car- its platform, and which is further he shall find any article of food or diet so
the convention will not assemble judge informs us that not over 10,000 unwholesome
ried him to the rear, where he had and sharply defined by the reduc- offered unsound, stale or
without some previous preparation boxes of lemons are produced in shall forthwith stop the sale of the same.
attention. Then he was con- tion in the will before
every revenues, go removed
*" on the part of its members for the Florida. The experiment has been and order the same destroyed or
veyed to Washington and placed in in 1888 with record at
the
work before them.It sufficiently tried to demonstrate that country a beyond the corporate limits of such city
a one of the hospitals, and after long which will give it a powerful advan- the expense of the owner or vender thereof;
it! is now frequently said that lemons can be as successfully culti- in
period of suffering, his reason had tage in the political contests of that i and if any person or persons shall persist
: there is very little need of revision, vated as the orange. This country the sale of any article of food condemnedby
fled. He was officially declared in- .
:11 and that it may be best ,to let well imports at least a million and half year.It the Inspector, or shall refuse to remove

enough alone. We do not believe sane, and placed in an asylum 'near boxes of lemons, which generally may be necessary to increasethe the same when ordered by him so to do,it

Washington, where he remained expenditures of the Governmentin shall be the duty of the Inspector to make
, that the present Constitution is well i bring a good price and come into
complaint against such person or personsfor
in this condition. A but the
least
twenty
at
years one department
,
enough, in many important particulars. market during the summer, after the violation of the regulations of this: Board,

: Our system of county organi- few months ago his reason returned, orange crop is disposed of. It wouldbe country can rest assured that suchan and they shall be dealt with according to the

and he is to-day as sane a man as well for fruit who expenditure will be for the pur- law in such case: Provided, that in cases of
zation is defective our mode of as- our growers are
; lives. He the is blank. doubt the shall stop the sale of
says past a poses of national defence, and not Inspector
and favorably situated in respect to the
taxes is defective pro- in
sessing collecting call
article suspected,and at once
He that any
can scarcely comprehend for national plunder and that for
t. tection from frost to divide their in- any
; our mode of appointing county President of the Board of Health-or
he is not the same man that dollar that is the
young spent country of the
officers is unsatisfactory. terests between oranges and lemons. every member of said Board,in the absence
very he was twenty years ago. He has The market for lemons is uni- will receive in hand one hundred President-whose duty it shall be at once to
It is perfectly true that much more
very found of his comrades here the ,and to.tetherwith:
some
cents of services and in prospect an accompany Inspector
form and than
for
k' of the Constitution regular with
present is well oranges, decision
and these have treated him with him inspect the same, and the
enormous benefit.-Charleston News
enough, and the work of the con- and seems fo be quite as profitable. regard thereto shall be final.
great kindness. He can describe
and Courier.A for any
No excavations of earth
vention will be much simplified if it SF.c.5.
scenes and incidents of the war THE DROUGHT.. shall be allowed within the corps
' ; will select for its work such "t purpose
special with as much clearness as if they There is much complaint of the NEW vice appears to be in.. rate limits of any city in said county after

, parts only as need to be revised and had taken place but a few months long drought* by and course of development, according to the first day of May and before the tenth
vegetable lands
orange
changed. From the character of the certain physicians, who write that day of November, and no lots or
the friends has
ago. Among recently The of
for pur'
growers. crop vegetablesis dog np
therein shall be or
ploughed
elected believe that "
: delegates we a the chloroform habit" is to their
, made is Lincoln who other
ex-Secretary consequently much smaller than poses of cultivation, drainage, or any
very conservative spirit will prevail, became interested in his case and has was anticipated. This is knowledge, becoming prevalent to purpose, during such time except such Iota
and no change will be made simply compen- extent known outside of been previously under
an scarcely lands have
had his application for a pension sated in by the better or as may
part
prices
for the sake of and the Inspector
change. the profession and the life insurance continuous cultivation
made by the Commissioner
special obtained. The have all person!
. The question of electing cabinet young oranges companies. In a recent issue of the shall make complaint against
of Pensions who also took inter-
an also dropped a good deal, and the violating this regulation.SEC. .
officers has been discussed by a lead- Medical Record Dr. A. G.
Browning nostrums
est in the ,matter, and within a few large estimate of the based 6. The sale of any and all
crop
; ing Pensacola paper, and the propo- mentions several cases one only of pedlers or itinerant
he street
days will receive $10,000 of back the profusion of bloom in or quack medicines by
upon ,*
, sition to have them elected pro- which through early medical inter- venders, is at all times prohibited
,
with which he in-
pension money, February has to be much reduced. and the
health
nounced absurd. We be wiser detrimental to the public ;
may ference was known to have been
tends going into business.Boston person
The is and such
country unusually dry shall at once stop any
Inspector
than other States but the State
great cured. The mental condition of a sell anY
Herald. to
the lakes below their usual levels or persons selling attempting;
of New York and the larger Statesof confirmed chloroformist is stated to elsewhere with-
medicine on the streets or
but there lack of .
is water the
no supply. of
the Union are all guilty of this THE London Medical Press says be abjectly miserable, and the physical ont a permit signed by the President

"absurdity," and adhere to it with that the fact has at length been DECREASE OF THE REVENUES.In state loathsome. The man Board of Health. shall be require J
SEC. 7. The Inspector
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great tenacity. The question is ar- made abundantly clear that trichi- his statement made to Congresslast maudling drunk on the meanest to report to the Board at every regular mgt: .'.?n
his "> II ;
gued from a federal or ministerial those December Secretary i\IcCulloch is in ing, showing the progress of t
niasis is contracted mainly by whisky a prince comparison. and embrace therein every subject w the

point of view; but however impor- who consume pork derived from the estimated the total revenue of the Every physiological function goes necessary and proper to be brought reports to shall
which
tant it may be to the English ministry -,I more carniverous wild swine which Government for the current year down in the wreck, and but a shad- attention be filed by of the the Secretary Board among the reco r 3

or the federal government, to abound in forests. Persons whose ending 'July 1, at $330,000,000. The dow is left for sepulture. In nearly of said Board.Approved Board of Health,, fore!
the
have a cabinet, a State government: pork diet is derived from animals Washington correspondent of the every instance known to Dr. Brown- County of Nassau by and' adopted, 3lap

:I wants its principal executive officers carefully fed on dairy farms do not New York Herald says that it is now ing the chloroform habit. has'developed 1885'J., D. PALMER, Pr .J eot.

! with the executive itself, to be ac- suffer from the affection. estimated that it will 'not exceed in individuals who come of a ,H. J. BAKER, Secretary.

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J_ & TARE ::X-Y-OO I.1p DRUGS MEDICINES ETC.

ESTABLISHED 187S

NOW RECEIVING, WEEKLY, LARGE SHIPMENTS OF PAUL ,FTTNKE'Si .


[{([ GOODS\'I\ II .,', DRUGS and MEDICINES
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AT II DRY 'tGOODS EMPORIUM l lI

LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES. .HORSEY & CO.PHARMACISTS .,

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A LARGE LINE OF-


WHITE GOODS, NEW SPRING GOODS. =I 1 1i

CONSISTING OF

Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment of : Centre Street.FERNANDINA .
Spring Goods ever brought to Fernandina, consisting of Colored
Linon de Deccas, etc. Silks, Black_Silks, Fancy and Plain Parasols,Nun's Veiling, Cash- FLORIDA,

meres, Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery, .t
constantly on hand a fine assort-

,, [I 1\DRESS\ GOODS :I SUMMER SILKS '\\ji I PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS KEEP and DOMESTIC of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN 1 '


Drugs and Chemicals

NUN'S VEILING, GINGHAMS, SEERSUCKERS, ETC. Embroideries $; Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons.

Feathers, Satines, Piques, Ginghams, and in short everything to Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,

Laces Embroideries Hamburg Edgingsh:1: : Goods.; SPECIAL be found in a well-appointed dry goods establishment. Special Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofSHOTS'

FOR MEN, YOUTH AND FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
OF NEW
LINE
A FINE CLOTHING

SPRING AND SUMMER HEADQUARTERS BOYS ; ELEGANT FOR GEN-CUT MEN CLOTHING PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
AND FINISH. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY.

TLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS .FOR BROWNING, KING IN GREAT VARIETY.

& CO.; CUSTOM SUITS MADE TO ORDER; FIT GUARANTEED.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES, which cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at
DOMESTIC GOODS I Linen Sheetings, Towels and ) .1 3?* Physicians' Prescriptions
1
DOMESTIC GOODS I Toweling, at Wholesale Prices. J UNDLRSHIKTb. DRAWERS, astonishingly low prices. Suits equal to custom-made at onehalfthe
carefully compounded with Drugs,at
at low prices. %3f*FANCY MATTINGS at Special Bargains. A large stock of Ladies, cost. Also, a large variety of Gents' Underwear and Furnish- pure
Gents' and Misses' BOOTS AND SHOES at less than regular prices. ing Goods: of every description. reasonable prices.

ySf Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars and 3 2-s1._...1f

over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID. r :"E;'";-;;
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HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES ?r O p :w::
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Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes, at low prices. In,Domes- .,: J :-:.() :-=...:('t: tj d t ', 0 :.

aNEW' YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. }j-jFERNANDINA, FLA. tic Goods I.am offering unprecedented bargains, and will not be ;3:-:*::. :&_O *
undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. .
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Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEFURNISHING 0 :
RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. ;:.oa. :: ;::'y ap :
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GOODScomprising rt O "S OO
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MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE rnc'U_:'_(Q).tj;j 'ft L1LJ '
everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give me a =: ::() < L4o I
call. All orders by mail promptly attended to, at o.:: ::;:';g-; pC

FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. ,<"o'S .m....;:_:::::.'--I-j oJoJ.Z .-, WAJa lj

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; PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUMCENTRE 3. .:r.n..1...0"-'S--". r ff.' ..,Mn..tUa 'r'
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CARON33E3L.ET"WESTERN" 1, i08 TONS. < Jrto-() c-+:;::-'
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ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. ,_ : :: : : ; : OF SCHEDULE:

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of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK c" ; SEA ISLAND ROUTE. 'Ii
ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- ; ? ./ : : : : .. i
sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. ." ;
GEORGIA AND FLORIDA
between Fernandina and New 3
This Line, having no Transfers -:;.-!'j, <"1 '
: ; '
York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF .'. -., ... ",'"','.' '-''::1..' '' .:.. .. ., -.' ...., "" 1.
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. : : ', ''r. .' 0 _'. ; ...< Inland Steamboat Co. 4r
The traveling public are offered the advantages 'of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- .. ..,<',
PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close ""
connections at FEItNANDIN\ with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD o ; 0 .
for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. NO HEAT-NO! DUSTBUT !
JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT .'
RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the Behold This Big Space -- --
PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor A Delightful Trip Along the Picturesque i
LAKE WEIR. '
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For MODE BRO'S have sold their stock downso I Sea Islands. I'I'A

freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to low that they were compelled to send .
their Mr. I. A. MODE to visit the Northern ]i'
R. W. SOUTIIWICK
Agent, PERFECT SERVICE.- ,
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. and Eastern markets, to select for their already -- .
H. MALLORY & CO., well-established trade AN ENTIRE '
Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- NEW Spring stock in every department, THE IRON STEAMER,

which they will enumerate in the next '

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. issue. Taking advantage of the lateness of . .
the season,and the very low prices at which :-' ; ;'
0 'manufacturers are closing out their Spring .
., I
H. E. DOTTERERINVITES f 'and Summer Goods,they will be enabled in ---- .
this instance to bring to this market the r:;.. -

ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF largest and cheapest stock of Goods ever ..':::. MARY MORGAN,
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brought to Florida. Examine their low 0
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ON AND AFTER UABCH 29th
prices before buying. ,

T'FINE' FAMILY GROCERIES }} Jv.1:0DE:: BSiO'S:: Will LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sunday -

Leaders of Low Prices. Tuesday and Thursday
r LEAVES SAVANNAH: foot of Lincolnst.
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..every :Monday. Wednesday and Friday. :
North-bound connect at Savan'I
o 0 Passengers .1-
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF ,. 'f' nah with Rail and Steamship Lines; and t
-, i' T South-bound Passengers reaching Savannahby
.
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. i'i! ;:/',) .;: ii. j ,'.." ;:i" ;f0 ::: from Rail New or York the Ocean and Boston Steamship, or Boston Company& I i
;':l ; :: ;} ';. ii. :,'t;; j. Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the Oi''
Morgan with the Florida Railway & Navigation -
ESK ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS Company for i,

PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. : 1', -:; I-; ? : ii ;;'f tr L i; 1 i_ ." ', ; .i ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA WEST, It:

,. .. . .. .,... }.,.,. ... CUBA AND THE INDIES f
<" t".rf'.Jt"P" ._" ...-"-'''_ '' .'. .'" "....." ..,:t-: "I'-'O -c. .
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF ,. : :. .7.4?.:}.:.:: ::: c; \:, :. 'e. ,_ .. .. Lif14t "':'J ,:. NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AND :MEXICO.For : i

.t-U. +- .,.,,.<.. ..,,,,..;,,,,,,..: .,_, .!" ,.:t- .:. tf.1'; ..' .:',:.,',, tickets apply to Leve & Alden agencies If

-I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I im i- f .,:.:.';., J',t':';";':''':'.''*'>'-1;;t,!' ', : >"' ;. :;!, '$.',':;; ,,< "<, >,t.,.:,".:;,"!,,"" '.: .' or any regular. W.ticket SIMMONS agent.F. Agent.Fernandina. I t

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... : 1" > : C. WILLIAMS,Gen..Ag't.
THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. ..'..::!:-'. .;:;....,:,;. ?" :./ifJ".1;,,, ,iv. i\' ..<:,}. ;;,:<';;.. "/, ;.-[' Savannah Ga. I"
,<" '''," '... ; :: A. O. MAcDONELL, ;
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Received : : : -'f}! : ., ; Fernandina, Fla.
NEW GOODS by Every Steamer. o:: .,: D. E. MAXWELL, t
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General Superintendent
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GENERAL. DIRECTORY., Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke.' Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Shuler.I
Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent of School -Dr.T.H.Jackson. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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United States Officers. Santa Fe.Superintendent.
MADISON COUNTY.
of Schools-L. B. Rhodes,
LAXD OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.
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Starke. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi-
gUlter-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. son.
i Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD _COUNTY. Sheriff S. A.Parrimore, Madison.

Surveyor-Ge, eral-- Point.County Judge-James A.- McCrory, City Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison

DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Perry,
Olerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville.
Judge-Thomas Settle Jacksonville. Madison.
JILrslwl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. : Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. County Treasurer:=:'S. S.Smith,-Madison.

Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. ward Collector County.of Revenue-D.- W. McQuaig. Bre- Madison.Collector of RevenueB..D.; Wadsworth,

INTERNAL REVENUE. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English,
Collector;;. C. Thompson,.Jacksonville. Titusville. MANATEE COUNTY.
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. C.\L IOUN.
John W. Howell Fernandina. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. ,
William Clark.
County Judge- Q
: SherljJ-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. = I.R
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I Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Collector -a s NOt
Revenue Marion G. Carlton
John F. House, St. Augustine. Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone. Popash. of j s uit

Treasurer-J. P. Richards. _
vcs
Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, -
State Officers. Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. Pine Level. -
Superintendent of Schools-\V. G. Cox ell. '
MARION COUNTY. a r =
jSj EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. CLAY COUNTY. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. =
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**** Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland. ,. Orange Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. = a .

LieuteiKint- GO'vernor-1\Iilton H. Mabry, Park. fjheritf-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. = t:. !I
-
Leesburg. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Collecor of Relenue'v. F. Trantham, I'-
," Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green' Cove Ocala.
lahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine,

Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-A.. S Chalker. Fort McCoy. ., -,..-.-::- _
3 M Treasurer-E. S. Crill. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, MONROE COUNTY. -
$ Attorney-General Mitchell, Tallahas Middleburg. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. :-:-

w see. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. -
t Commissioner of Lands- Sheriff George A. Demerritt Key West. SOUTNPUB.CO.N --
County Judge-W. M. Ives,Jr.,Lake City. ,
i. L Superintendent of Public ,Instruction-A. J. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Re'/'cnue-l\lason. S. Moreno,
Russell, Jacksonville. J. W. Lake Key West.
SJieriff Perry, City.
Adjutant-General-David Lang. Collector of Taxes-J..L. Parish, Lake City. Superintendent Schools--J. V. Harris,Key A. B. NOYES,

SUPREME COURT. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, West.

P Chief Justice. Geo. G. McWhorter. Lake City. NASSAU co UXTY.CountyJudgeHinton DEALER IN
4 Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- DADE. dina. J. Baker, Fernan-

4 llassee. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES
Associate Justice-II. B. Van Valkenburgh, Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. ,
Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina.
rr ', Jacksonville. Sheriff Win. M. Mattaur.
JjjJ Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Treasurer-J. Wra. Ewan. nandina.Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Hay and: Grain, Ship Stores,

Collector of Re1erme-'Vm. H. Benest.
SH CIRCUIT JUDGES.
r Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott Fer-
*J r*? First Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,

sacola. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- : sonville. botham, Callahan. CROCKERY, HARD'\V AREVIIJLOVY ARE

4 see.Third Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan-
Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. dina.

r Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson-I. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. Prices Low as the Lowest.

ville. sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando.
Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- ; Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando.
ville. I N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts,9 Fcriiamliiia, Fla.
Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardman, Or-
Sixth Circuit-II.: L. Mitchell, Tampa.
Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- lando. --
Seventl 'Oircllit-E.K., Foster Sanford. I .'
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sell Jacksonville.. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, "
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Fort Reid. -" I .i I \ I.
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C. urt Calendar ESCAMBIA. Sutveyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando.
County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox.
FIRST CIRCUIT.
Clerk-F.'E. de la Rua.
Fall Term- Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. POLK. .
'" Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. S :Et.. J: ThT Gr C> :E? :m JJ: G-
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Manuel\ Palm 's. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday I Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Sheriff W.M. Bowen. -AT-
, in October. Treasurer-F. F. Beville.

"'<.!.. Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday ,I FRANKLIN. Collector of Rct'enue-J. D. Filles. W. J. L 011 MI A.N' S.I
in October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary.\ .
s// Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. A. Atkins.
PUTNAM COUNTY.
"J ; October. Sheriff-S. A. Floyd.
Escambia 1st Monday in December. Treasurer R. H. Porter. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY NEW AND SPACIOUSISTORE,
jc This act amended section 2 of act of February Collector of Revenue-George A.
! : 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
Spring Term. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph Price. CORNER OIF1 SIT: : : .AND ASH: STREETS: : ,

tf' GADSDEN. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
THIRD CIRCUIT. A LARGE FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
;'\' Spring Term- Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Strickland. ,

t ,1 Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. TAYLOR COUNTY.

7r. ;' April.Madison. Sheriff-Thomas Treasurer-A. M.Mitchell.Smith. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS

''. lr.! 2d Monday in April. Collector Revenue-R.l\1. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. ,
;4 1f Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. of Morgan. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
Schools-C. E. L.Allison.
t i1 Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
to, in April. HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry.

Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton,Perry.. I COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND 'EMBRACING
in April. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox,'Perry. i
s r Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff{ Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. ALL THE ,

, in April. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. SANTA ROSA.

. Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain. NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIESFOR
11 ". Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in of Schools-J. W. Reed, Clerk-R. It. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .
". October. Jasper. Robinson. THE SPRPXG AND SUMMER TRADE.
U Madison 2d Monday in October.
; HERNANDO COUNTY.
Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams.
. < Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. 7i,MY PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY: HOUSE, AND YOUR VALUED
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Suwannee 1st after 4th
Monday Monday
ville. JOHN'S COUNTY. COMMAND WILL HAVE MY PROMPT\ PERSONAL ATTENTION.
,"I in October.
' Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville.
I! Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- .
Slieriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. W. J. LOIIMAX, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.WOOTOlSr
y 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
'r FOURTH CIRCUIT Fort Dade. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
Spring Term St. Augustine.
St. John's 2d Tuesday March. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.
M Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
'F if Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. TaE:: OELEBRATED
+ Btadford,1st Tuesday in April. Clerk W. A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

;fin Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J. R.Steele, Leesburg,
,i Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Re1enue-'V. Martin. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. DESKS.SOLID .

t, Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. HOLMES. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

Fall Term- H. Brownell. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson,
County Judge-A.
:; St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Sumterville. -_ COMFORT\ OFFICE APPLIANCES

4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- _
Bradford 1st in October.
Tuesday Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. ston, Sumterville.
k..1 Baker 2d in October.
Tuesday
Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. Y
kx Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. SUWANEE COUNTY. F EVERYBODY DELIGIITED
Schools Whitnell p
Superintendent of Curry.
ti;. Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live

s FIFTH CIRCUIT. JACKSON. Oak. a WITH THEM.Wliy .
c i Spring Term- County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.

Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Frank Philips. Sheriff-John Collector R. Sessions, Live Oak. r t'' ..... .. ...
Andrew Scott. of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions
,, Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Sheriff ,
Wei born.
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Treasurer-James E. Heam.
March. Collector of Ret'enue-John B. Anderson. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones Xo. S Flat To}).
Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J.Erwin.' Live Oak. use Desks of ordinary
; Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in
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March. JEFFERSON. VOLUSIA COUNTY. ;; .. _- -. construction when, for slight

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

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

Fall Term- Clerk W. C.. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise. ;*' s, ? Awkward closets and
1I Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October.
Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, Collector of Re1enue-P. N. Glen "" with
Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello. Bryan, side drawers done away
t'' Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. Cove. I We substitute revolving cases
County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston -
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Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ticello. 1- which swing with a slight
Enterprise.
; in Alachua November., 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Collector of Ret'enue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. F % t touch of the hand and are

4 ticello. Giles G a '0i thus enabled furnish double
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. County Judge-W. A. Crawfordville. I'' r to
f'' Spring Term- Sheriff-Charles Alligood Crawfordville. = the space generally given on
County W. J. Dixon New .
Judge- Troy.Sheriff
Clerk-Nat. R. Walker Crawfordville. -= -
Orange 4th in
Monday
t January.Volusia "i
3d Monday in February. J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y., Watts, __ .-. ,,,,, JI.. each side; and when cases are
F Brevard.1st Monday in March. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. Crawfordville. open, the whole interior is
Dade, 3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New County Treasurer-Vf. W. Walker, Craw _:- .- --=- flooded with light and all

Ii' Jail Term- Troy. fordville. Xo. 14 Low Down Roll Top portions readily reached with

Orange, 2 Volusia, Monday\ in
Bre\"ard.4th Monday in September.September. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, WALTON. the Desk as wanted. We apply thisprinciple toa great variety of desks.

t Dade, 2d Monday in November. Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod\ Sr.
Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend,, Clerk-D. G. McLeod.
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I |fi County Officers.AIACIIUA. New Troy. LEON, COUNTY. Sheriff Treasurer-J.-W.James Campbell.S. Bowers. J THE WOOTO2ST

County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Ikrenve-W. McLeod.

County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Jno., C. Douglas.WASHINGTON. ,, Cabinet Office Secretary-
i* ville. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee .
i C'lerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-HenryN.Felkel,
County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. ,
jf Sieriff S. C. Tucker Arredondo. Tallahassee.

l : Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-J. E.. P.Skipper.ShcrlffE. Melvin..: ,f The most spacious and elegant desk ever pre

" t ville. Collector of Re'l.'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- .Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. sented to the business public. One hundred and
r : Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, hassee. '
Gainesville. LEVY COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-John Roche. i 'r+ ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
Superintendent of Schools-D. II. Horn.. 3 for 3Ier-
BAKER COUXTY. Clerk-J.. Barco, Bronson. one lock and ke Especially {adapted

County Judge-H. D. Davis, Sanderson. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. UCY COTTAGE chants. Manufacturers,. Bankers, Railroad Officials

t : Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Ret'enueB.. Barco, Cedar IL y and Professional Men generally.Wootou .
; Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Key. 1
" Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- Superintendent of Schools-J. Menden-- Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,

.f ,. : derson., hall, Bronson.
FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, LIBERTY. Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
; Sanderson. .
i County Judge-M. Solomons.' Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,with
BRADFORD COUNTY. Clerk W. W. Jeter. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
or without board. Table Boarders will be : ,
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Sheriff-R. F. Hosford. accommodated: also transient. '

Clerk-Henry F. York Lake Butler. I Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.\ RICHMOND, IATD., U. S. A. ._ ,
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I .. ;. sr !- RAILROADS. FLORAL CITY ROUTE.- Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via )

Wayc oss. and Pullman Palace
tiENOMNMANOPACNTUNS H Sleeping
AT TPONI ; ; ..;. CARD CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Cars via Jesup Jacksonville Cincinnati. ,
.. -,: .., _' L :h.- ,.. -.. ,- .;.. TruE I to
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"'< ; '''7'- i JACKSONVILLE Connections at Atlanta with
': ;( '' '' ,;: OF THE1 ( TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Western and
.. Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and \
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:'\1''f' <. '' 1? ;' .'.'t.'rt "" FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION WESTWARD.No.1.
} ,:'''::': 1 ,.<"; ".:;' ;' ,' :, : .:, COMPASY. No. 3. Georgia Railroads for all points West and
Day Pass. Night Pass. Northwest
In Effect May .Jd, 1885. Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 m 3.55 p m EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. J

Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m Leave Jacksonville: ily at........... 8:50 p m
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Leave .Baldwin........... 8.16 a m 4.43 p m Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:00 a m

(FEENANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) Lake City.......... 9.47 a in 6.40. p m Arrive! ,at Callahan daily at......_... 9:41 p m
(Central, or NinetiethrMeridiant Time.) LiveOak..........?10.31am 7.43pm Arrive at Waycross daily at..12:10. a m
Madison ............11.57am 9.15 pin Leave Gainesville daily ., 5.55 p m
GOING SOUTH.
WILLIAMS & SWANN Monticello........12.40 p m Leave Live Oak daily at.. 8.50 p m
t1FLORIDAn= YIRRORBOOK Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27pm Arrive at DuPont daily at.11:05 pm t

A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee.....'..? 2.32 p m 12.00 n't Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 6:45 a m
,SUCCESSORS OF THE Leave Fernandina..................10.25 5.45 Quincy.............. 3.34pm 1.22am Arrive at Albany daily at.l0:3O a m i
Leave Hart's Road Junction...10.50 6.25 Arrive Chatta. River.... '4.50 pIn Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m
Co. Arrive Callalian.11.42 7.25 Arrive at'Jesup daily .. 3:25
Florida Land & Immigration a m
Leave Callalian....................11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No.. 2. No. 4. Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:05 a m

Leave Dutton. 8.25 Day Pass. Night Pass. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 a m
Offer on easy terms, or for cash, P.M. Leave Chatt'chee River.l0.45 Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 m
Leave Branch............12.38 a m'Quincy p
Brandy 8.43 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
_............12.20 ,2.07
Arrive Bald win....................12.55 9.10 p m am ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
Arrive Tallahassee........ 1.27 p m 3.36 p in
Leave Baldwin.. 1.00 9.50 Leave Tallahassee ........ 1.34 3.48 Connections at Montgomery with Louisville -
375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville.................... 1.30 10.20 p m p m and Nashville Railroad for New
Monticello_........ 2.30pm
Leave Highland........... .
: 1.48 10.41 Orleans and Texas points and the West and
Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm
Leave Lawtey. 2.02 11.02 Live Oak..._...... 5.39 8.33 Northwest. At Savannah with Central
BINDERy Hammock and Pine Lands, on Leave Temple's...................... 2.18 11.25 p m a m Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
Lake .......... 6.33 9.47
City. m a m
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.35 p Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01 11.26
., and adjacent to the Railway from Leave Thurston..........:.:... 2.54 11.55 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p pm m 11.31 a am m way for all points North, with steamshipsfor )

I I A.M.; Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50 p m 12.16 pm New York Philadelphia, Boston and
Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar' Arrive 'Val 3.14 12.25 Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor
Trains 1 and 2 Trains 3 and 4 will
daily
Leave 3.25 I ; New York. Philadelphia Baltimore
the Gulf of Mexico. No Leave Gainesville........ 4.07 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail i

Key on Leave Arredondo................... 4.33 will run Mondays.ST. and Steamship connections, and Baggage '

,. .. lands in Florida desirablefor Leave Palmer........ ............... 446 ...... MARK'S BRANCH. Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths ;
". "- .. ., are more Leave Archer........................ and
5.06 ...... sections secured at Company's office inAstor's
,.'- .' Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00an:
Oranges Peaches Melons and Leave Bronson. 5.39 ...... ArriveWaknlla............................ 9.05 a In Building, 84 Bay street, and at De-
Leave Otter Creek................. 6.23 .
pot Ticket Office, and on board People'sLine
Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am
Leave Rosewood 7.03 Leave St. Mark's........................10.00 a.m Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAIIOOCIIEE
early Vegetables; none containing Cedar ................. and
Arrive ..... JENNIE
ESTABLISHED A BOOK Key. 7.35 LANE.
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HAVING Arrive Waknlla .. ..................10.25 a m
in connection with our better and more accessible bodies of GOING NOKTH. Arrive Tallahassee.......................11.30 a m General JAS.Passenger L. TAYLOR.Agent.A. .
Pas. Nt Pas.
Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE Day M. IVES A-ent.
A.M. ......
Timber also the
Yellow Pine as CONNECTIONS.At .
AND MANUFACTURE Leave Cedar Key.. 7.20 .

valuable Hard Woods and Red Leave Rosewood.................... 7.53 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Florida Southern Railway Co.
more Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.22 all points North and East; with the Fernan- .
Leave Bronson... 9.05 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- ORANGE BELT ROUTE.

Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Archer....................... 9.36 ...... dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
Leave Palmer... 9.53 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. GOING SOUTH.
ranges for cattle and sheep, and no Leave Arredondo..........:.......10.08 ...... At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- J/ui7. Gainesv'ie
ALL KINDSOF Leave Gainesville..10.34 ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- Leave Jacksonville, Express.
j lands in the State are in a more satisfactory Arrive Waldo. ...... nandina. Cedar Key;and all Gulf Ports. via J.T.&K.W. R'y.12.48 pm......... '
l.. A. M. At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00; a m '

shape for successful coloni- Leave Waldo........................11.32 2.10 &Western Railroad.At Leave J. T&K W J'n.. 2.50 pm......... t
-' :- Leave Thurston.11.55 2.40 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Arrive Interlachen...... 3.36 p m 7.25 a m
Railroad and Sat- Wait's Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m
zation or resale by capitalists.For P.M. on Tuesdays Thursdays f
Leave Starke......................:.12.30 3.00 urdays.At Gruelle ... 4.40 p m 9.20 a m
further information and terms Leave Temple's....................12.35 3.08 Chattahocchee River, with the Pensa- "" Gainesville...... 5.35 p m 11.05 a m

Leave Lawtey.._....................12.53 3.26 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Micanopy.. 4.30 p m
Leave Highland..................... 1.11 3.55 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, Lochbie 5.15 p m 10.12 a m ,
.BLANKBOOKS4FOR address Leave Maxville..................... 1.29 4.25 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, Reddick.......... 5.27 p m 10.25 a m
Ocala............. 6.05
Arrive Baldwin 1.51 4.55 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa- p m 11.05 a m

WILLIAMS & SWANN, Leave Baldwin..................... 1.56 5.40 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. Welshton 6.31 p m 11.32 a m
Leave Brandy Branch.....!...... 2.15 6.00 The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p ra 11.57 a m

FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 all points West. S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 p m 12.03 p m }
Arrive Callahan.................... 3.00 6.50 For information respecting routes, rates, Conant........... 7.10pm 12.13pm i
Leave Callahan...................... 3.10 7.20 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Lady Lake...... 7.13 p m 12.17 p m '
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Leeiburg. 7.35 p m 12.40 p m

,' ; Arrive Fernandina................. 4.25 8.50 sonville. GOING NORTH.

,"' r Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths Leave Leesburg.......... 7.30 a m 1.40 p m t
RAILROADS, Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, Arrive Lady Lake...... 7.52 a m 2.02 p m

'.. and at new office southwest corner of Bay '. Conant............ 7.55 a m 2.06 p m.
DIVISION. and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15 p m

'. .. :'.:, .t,-: ; : A. O. MAcDONELL, N. Lake Weir.- 8.10 a m 2.22 pm' i
STEAMBOATS, ""' .'J. :"? ,,.tn' (WALDO TO WILDWOOD; AND: TAVARES.) Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, Welshton........ 8.34 a m 2.48 p m

,: ';:i ,>, ; .;' :: { .....\ c.;.;. ;. ,;',.-... GOING Fernandina, Fla.C. '. Ocala.............? 9.00 a m 3.17 p m
".4, .'t'>r<"':"""*,$" ::fTHE>'liI*' ;. B.".i't." "''i"I' SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. W. MAXWELL Reddick........... 9.38 a m 3,57 p m I

:;; :::1f-::;;::;;:: i i. ';; P.M. A.M.: :Master of Transportation, Lochbie........... 9.50 a m :4.09 p m. 111
MERCHANTS, ; ;: : : Leave 'V aldo......................... 3.20 1.05 Jacksonville, Fla. Micanopy....... ......... 7.50 p m

.. .. .,.,' Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.36 D. E. MAXWELL, Gruelle ..........10.20 a m 4.40 p m !
..', .. Leave Hawthorne............ ..... 3.54 1.58 General Superintendent Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15 p nx !
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; .' ":" :i ; Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 2.27 Fernandina Fla. Wait's Cross'g.,.11.50 a m 5.40 p nx

BANKS, ETC Leave Citra.......................... 4.34 2.52 Interlachen ....11.30 a m 6.42 p m

Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.48 3.11 Savannah Florida &Western R'y. JT&KWJ'n.12.15pm j
Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.27 Palatka..........13.30 p m 8.00 p m .1" i
Leave Silver Spring............... 5.37 3.52 Jacksonville v.
FLORIDA WAYCROSS SIIORT LINE.All f
Leave Ocala............................ 5.58 4.17 JT&KWRy 2.10 pm......... ;
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07 On Sundays a fast passenger train will be
trains of this road are run by Central
-ALSO-- rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Leave Oxford........................ 6.55 5.27 is run, leaving Paiatka: at 7.30 a. m., connecting .t i
Meridian time which 33 minutes
Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 5.55 ((90th) with train for Leesburg at Gruelle.
slower than Jacksonville time.
Leave Leesburg...................... 7.48 6.55 Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connecting- .I
Fernandina, Arrive Tavares..........._......... 8.22 7.30 March 18 1885 ing with train from Leesburg at Gruelle,.
and after Sunday ,
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ON
arriving p. in.
GOING NORTH. Trains will leave and arriveas
Towns on R. R. Line. 0. W. BROMWELL, f

MUSIC I MAGAZINES NEWSPAPERS A And Cedar Leave Tavares....:................... A.M.6.23 P.M.6.15 follows:NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. General Pass.Agent. !:

J Key. Leave Leesburg...................... 6.55 7.20 Leave Jacksonville daily at_......... 7:30 am'' SHERMAN CONANT, ilJi
Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.25 8.s0 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 m General Manager. :

Leave Oxford................_........ 7.36 8.46 ........... 8:08 p
Arrive at Callaahn dailyat. a m
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.52 9.07 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT \\\M //// j t tON
-AMDJEBIODIO.A.LS- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 10.20 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 m ,

Leave Silver Spring......."......... 8.53 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p p m receipt of $5 we i -. I.
Leave Place............. 9.25 11.06 "
number of the most eligible and desirable Anthony Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m will send an Electric : .
Leave ........................ 9.38 11.25 you .===
: : Sparr's. Arrive at'Pens' cola daily at..........10:05 p m Lamp. Burglar :::: = ;::::::
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Leave Citra............................ 9.53 11.47 Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a in Alarms $1. Call Bells .. ..-:: -
A. M Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m $1. ElectricGasLighter 0 I
City or Suburban Residences, Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.15 12.13 Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 1:24p m Telegraph Instru
Leave Hawthorne..................10.37 12.43 Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 6:50 p m ments, Medical Batte-,
UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie.........................10.55 1.08 Arrive at Washington daily, except ZZ'Z ries, &c.

BOUND in ALL STYLESAND Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.20 1.39 Sunday at ........:............... 3:40 p m "In regard to your new Electric Light. I i
.#53*Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at New York daily, except we think you will"be exceedingly successful

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to I II II I Night< Passenger daily.F. Sunday, at....................._.........10:05 p m in securing its universal adoption. :.
I Pullman buffet sleeping cars on this train Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIELD, I
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- 737 Broadway, N. Y." :
ATREASONABLE- I & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Jacksonville to Washington.
Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests
rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- of your new Electric Light. I believe you I 'l

GOING SOUTH. cola.Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- will find no difficulty in bringing it into I
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor A.)1. P.M. Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns- general use. Eastern Man. "Northwestern -
PRICES Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 3.30 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM.
5 residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road................. 7.26 4.02 B. & W. R. R. at 1.13 p. m. "We take pleasure in stating that the tests
Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 5.05 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this we made of your Electric Light proved per- ;
business. CUING NORTH. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile fectly satisfactory. You will have a large
A.M. P.M. and New Orleans. and ready sale. Yours truly..

.INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Jacksonville................ 9.45 5.50 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- RICHARDS & Co,
Leave Hart's Road.......:......_.10.50 6.45 ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue N.Y."
by exemption for a term of years from Arrive Fernandina..............11.18 7.10 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- The above testimonials explain them-

,_#33-Trains daily except Sunday. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.
selves.WE
taxation, offered by; the several cities and EXPRESS. WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.G. .
SUNDAY EXCURSION. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
FOSTER & CO.,
towns. Apply to Leave Fernandina....6.50 a. in. 5.15 p.m. Leave Jacksonville daily at_..... .. 1:55 p m 45-3m W.21 Park Row. N. Y. I
CHAS. W. LEWIS, Arrive Jacksonville a. m. 6.40 p.m. Arrive at Jacksonville:daily at...... 1:00 p m

S-) SEND IN YOUR WORK. Fernandina. Leave Jacksonville9.00 a. m. 7.20p.m. Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:35 p m Notice of Insolvency. I
Arrive Fernandina. 10.20 a. m. 8.40 p. in. at........... 4:20 m t
jY'Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. Arrive at Waycross daily p COUNTY COURT, :Nassau! County, !
Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:55 p m IN Florida: Whereas Fred "". Iloyt. ad- I
CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:16 p m ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson, I 1
This train stops at all local stations be- deceased, late of the county aforesaid, having r
FERNANDINA, FLA., tween Jacksonville and Savannah.FAST filed in the office of the County Judge >
With New York and Fernandina Steam-
written suggestion of the
MAIL. of said county, a i
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m insolvency of said estate, notice ia hereby t''
for New York on Thursday. demands
all having claims or -
to t
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 in given persons
With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- said
CURTIS A CO. Arrive at Callahan daily at_......... 3:10 p m of any nature whatever against t't'estate'
nah and Brunswick daily except Sunday.AT
Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 pm.. to file the same duly authenticated :
CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m in the office of the County Judge of said t
AGENTS
REAL ESTATE and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m I county, on or before the 13th flay of October t
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA. and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Charleston daily at_....... 1:53 a m A. D. 1885,at which time there entitled will be i ia

I HAWTHORNE, Arrivean''ashington.D.C., daily-11.45 p m I pro rata payment to creditors .
1 Loans procured,Mortgages negotiate dex- I To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a ra thereto, and the Administrator discharged.
changes effected. I Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiaz Cars, Witness my hand and seal as County i
Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 WILDWOOD.and from Brooksvilleand 'Jacksonville to New York without change.. Judge of said county, this 10th day of
With Line to
acres, Lands and Plantations,from 5 to 5,000acrt'S Stage Passengers for Brunswick:take this train April, A. D. 1865. :
BOTH IN STYLE AND PRICES. Tampa daily except Sunday.AT u. ,. BAKER.County ,
for sale. at Brunswick at
(via B. & W. Ry.), arriving
N. B.St.. Mary's having been selectedas CEDAR KEY, FLA., Judge. 5
the terminus of the Atlantic&MississippiCanal With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key 8:21 p. m. JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. Fernandina, April 11, 188.3. 6mo t tf
West and Havana, Saturday: for New
(under the made for Govern- every
survey ........ 6:56
m
Jacksonville daily aL. p
from West and Leave Deeds. y
Orleans Friday Key and Mortgage
ment by General Gillmore), charters for the every ; Warranty
.. .. 9:00 m
Jacksonville daily at. ; a
construction of which been Havana Friday: from New Orleans Arrive at CTS. PER DOZEN. !
having grantedby every PAPER-75
Callahan daily at_........ 7:55 p m
at
Address Arrive LINEN
the United States Government and the every Saturday.WithTampaSteamshipCompany'sSteam. ; sent upon receipt of 2-cent
Arrive at Waycross daily at-........10:25 p m .
FLORIDA MIRROR Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large West and Arrive'at Jesup daily at................12:3o a m stamp. Address, \
for and from Key Monday MIRROR.
increase in the value of adjacent lands ers FLORIDA
maybe and Manatee Monday -, Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:20 a m
confidently for. (See New York Thursday; for Tampa Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:30 p m 26 Fernandina,. Fla. >;
FERNANDINA FLA. Sun,27-3-83.) and Friday. s
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THE.FLORIDA MIRROR. names., Mr.\ Hazen, to whom the check was IN one of the, negro churches of Sholes';Insect Exterminator by F. W I --

offered in payment of some debt, took the Hoyt & Co. *
Charlotte, N. C.,-there is a movement ; \
check, paying some ninety dollars in the
ft.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS exchange. When the check was presentedfor for division of the membership on Lost.A j

payment, it,:was found that the name of the color line. The pure blacks favor Silver Tumbler marked "S. S. Maner."
Reflections. The finder will be liberally rewarded by '
the payee, Anderson, had been changed to a congregation composed of leaving it at the Mirror office. Two Millions

Mr.,George Mellon, of the Egmont Hotel, Henderson, which was also the name en-
themselves and the mulattoes ex-
left for the North last week. dorsed on the back. The bank returned the Sealed ProposalsWill ,
a similar desire on their own be received the until of acres of Farming, Orange
Nearly one-third of the rails have been check to Jacksonville, with the statement press by undersigned

laid on the railroad to the beach. that it was a forgery.? Mr. Hazen traced the part. At a recent meeting the pro- Wednesday road to Old noon Town May and 13th the, for plank keeping walk the 'Timber and Grazing Lands'

The beach railway cut through Citrona" party to this city, and with the aid of the posed division. was agreed to, but across the marsh from New to Old Town in situated in 29 counties, and

city 'marshal, yesterday found her, when good repair for the ensuing municipal :
year the
is some hundred yards in length. the terms could not be settled. The JAMES :McGiEFix. comprising lands bought
the matter was settled satisfactorily, the
The grade on the beach railroad between woman's friends giving security for the minister being black, the blacks Ch'n Street Committee. by Sir Edward J. Reed, from

Seventh and First streets is sixteen feet. Fernandina, Fla.,,May 8, 188.3. the State of
amount paid by him. The woman can naturally claimed him, and also ,the Florida in iSSi,

The colored people about this time aver- neither read nor write and could not have church and furniture. Some of ;the Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc. a quart, at are now offered at graded

age an excursion for every day in the week committed the forgery, but she uttered the JACOB KLARER'S.
black men have mulatto wives, and prices. These lands were
The schooner Henry D. May is unloadingsteel paper, and this makes her clearly amenable. se-
some of the black women have mulatto -' lected by A.
rails at the New York steamship dock. Silks, Satins and Laces.AT 1-lon.Hugh Cor-

The Fire Insurance and Htgh Premiums husbands. The difficultiesseem PAUL FUNKE'S. ley, late Commissioner of the
City / Palatka, of the Charleston '

Line, leaves direct for New York to-morrow. Some of our citizens who feel that their insurmountable. New Spring Clothing.A State Land Office, and Mr.
fire insurance rates are oppressive would do
Messrs.\ Fred W. Hoyt and J. II. Prescott fine"line of New Spring Clothing, fash- M. A. Williams, late agent for
well to look about and inquire the cause THE of the State' of
population ionable well made low
returned from the New Orleans Exposition cut and at prices. sale of State lands
and the remedy.The Fine Clothing a specialtv at which fact
Nevada has dwindled down to 12,000in ;
.l yesterday.
statistics of 1884 show that the peo- J. & T. KYDD'S.Ladles is a guaranty of their high

)c Wednesday next, the 20th inst., will be ple of our State paid during that year in consequence of the collapse of The
quality. purchase
the last day of the sale of excursion ticketsto fire premiums the sum of $279,466, and received the mining interest, and there are and Misses Hose, knownas
AT PAUL FUNKE'S.Bleached. the Reed
In'great variety, Purchase
X13, the New Orleans Exposition. in return from the companies carry- scarcely enough inhabitants 'left to was only

y? The British steamship Cam Marth is due ing their risks, in payment for losses, $463- maintain a State Government. The Cotton.J opened for sale this year, and

here next week from the United Kingdom.She 857. To state the matter more simply, for the lands have not been culled
beds however inducea & T. KYDD are now selling a yard-wide
will be loaded by Mr.\ William Lawtey. every dollar paid in one dollar and seventyfive saltpetre may Bleached Cotton, fine and soft finish, at the or picked No

ii 14 Mr.\ Walter G. Coleman, General Traveling cents was returned to us.. fresh immigration, and add to the low price of 7 cents a yard. All standard over. part has

c jc';' Passenger Agent of the Florida Railway Insurance companies engage in businessfor population. The deposits are very brands as low as can be bought anywhere. been reserved in any manner,

Navigation Company, was in the city this profit. They pay their losses out of the favorably situated for working, be- Notice. and the whole is open for sale.

week. premiums collected. If these are less than ing in the vicinity of a rich farming Quarantine will be established on the 1st Special prices on large tracts.
the claims for losses they must draw on of May next, and continue till further or-
A force of hands Timber lands
large is now engaged cut- virgin forests in
their capital to make good their contracts.A country, with an abundant supplyof ders. The lower quarantine grounds will ,
ting through the sand dunes back of the be the in Cumberland bodies of
merchant cannot sell goods at less than wood and water close at hand. at or near buoy 50,000 acres and up-
t beach. The sand is used in filling in across Sound, and the upper quarantine grounds
cost without swamping his capital. We wards. Lands sold for
the marsh. between the ballast dock and Huot's mills. cash,

must pay the merchant a living profit on Range of Thermometer By order of Board of Health, time.
or on long
The second locomotive _
for
the Atlantic, J. D. L\IERl.D., President.
his goods. We must pay for indemnity at FOR TUB WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MAY 15111, 1885,
i
Orlando & Tavares Railroad arrived here j THEO. STARBUCK, M. D., Jhe Florida Land and
little Co
least a more than it costs, or reliable AT HORSKY'S DRUG STORE. Officer. Mortgage

this week, and is being fitted up at the rail- companies will pull out" and leave us at 7 %.}r. 12 M. SP.M. SP.M. WIND. Quarantine (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
road shops. Saturday, May 9..62 80 80 78 S. E. ,
the mercy of either the flames or of weak 'Sunda10..60 78 78 77 S. E. Special BargainsIn

Some of the limbs of the big oak trees on and crumbling insurance companies.The Monday, 11..60 78 75 71 S. E. Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam-
,
Beech street had to be off Tuesday 12..68 74 76 74 S. W. ask at J. & T. KYDD'S.Private .
cut
on Thursdayto way to get lower rates of insuranceis Wednesday 13..70 76 78 74 S. W. ,

allow the locomotive of the constructiontrain to lessen the danger from the devouring Thursday, 14. ..72 75 76 74 N. E. .
Friday, 15..73 76 78 75 S. E. Board,
to pass. element. There is no better way to check a At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.

A large party of colored excursionists arrived fire than to put plenty of water on it. We near Egmont Hotel. LUCY COTTAGE,

from Darien by the David Clark on therefore advise our people to provide supply MARINE. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor
without board. Transient boarders will Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
Tuesday evening and returned on the following of water, and necessary means for Port of Fernandina.HIGH be accommodated.

day.Henry throwing it in streams in case of fire. As WATER. MRS.\ T. P. G. THo3n soy. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.

this is reli- Saturday, May 16........... 9:26 A.M. 9:55 P. M. Fernandina Fla. January 10, 1885.
soon as accomplished ,
we can get ,
the oldest son of Mr. Hobein, left Sunday, 17............10:15: 10:45" Offers pleasant rooms well furnished with i
on the New York steamer, Thursday, for able indemnity from the best of companiesat Monday, "" 18..11:0' ". 11:32" NoveltiesIn or without board. Table Boarders will be
Tuesday, 19..11:58. 0:00"
the North, en route for Germany, where he the lowest rates Wednesday, 20..0:27 0:59" accommodated; also transient.
Thursday, 21............ 1:27 2:01 Fancy Goods and Parasols.AT 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.
1 will attend school. Mrs Grundy Says Friday, 22........... 258 3:02: .' PAUL FUNKE'S.Spring .

The first friendly practice game of base That the inhabitants of Williamsville ENTERED. and Summer ClothingAt WILLIAM B C DURYEE,
ball between nines of the Fernandina Base Steam-packet Thos. Collyer.-,from Brunswick ,
turned out en masse to greet the first train New York cost.
Ball Club "Mechanics" daily with freight and passengers, to
and the
: was played over a portion of the beach railroad Thurs- F. W. Simmons, agent. AT PAUL FUNKE'S.J. MERCHANT
i yesterday afternoon.The May 13-Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from COMMISSION ,
day morning.
New York; freight and passengers to & T. Kydd -AND-
first accident on the beach railroad R. W. Southwick, agent. ,
That the probabilities that the round
are 11-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg
t+ occurred Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
on Wednesday last, when colored trip tickets will be low enough to enable all Palatka; freight and passengers, to Edgings and Insertirigs, bought 25 per cent. ,

lad had his foot badly injured by being run Fernandina to take a dip at least once a day. W. O. Jeffreys, agent. below manufacturers' prices, which they
over by a pole-car. 11-Steamship City of :Monticello. :McKee, offer at astonishingly low prices. Call and BY THE CARGO,
That she will look for a covered union from Charleston: freight and passen- see them. '
I Miss Lisa gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent
Williams, of Tallahassee, who depot for the Florida Transit, the Fernan- May 15-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, For Domestic or Export Trade,
has been a guest at the residence of Col. F. dina Jacksonville and the Fernandina & from Palatka; freight and passengers, Gents Furnishing GoodsIn
to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
B. Papy for some weeks, returned to her Atlantic Railroads; 13-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from all styles AT PAUL FUNKE'S. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
home Charleston to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
.
on Wednesday.Rev. ;
That they have been using the "broad 9-Steam-packet David Clark,Daniels,from Mattings Mailings!
C. S. Williams, General Missionary\ canopy of heaven" for such purposes long Savannah; freight and passengers, to Dissolution of Copartnership.
A bargain in Fancy Battings\ 15
F. W. Simmons, agent. great
:l of the Diocese of Florida, will officiate at enough. 12-Steam-pncketDa\'id Clark,Daniels,from rriHE partnership heretofore existing between -
cents at J. & T. KYDDS.
a yard,
,JL the late Charles Angel his heirs
St. Peter's Church to-morrow. Services at Savannah; freight and passengers, to
That it is possible some changes may be F. W. Simmons, agent. and Emil 0. Friend, under the firm name

,t 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. made along our docks. Look out for some- 9-Schooner Florence Rogers,McLeod,New Valuable Orange Lands for Sale of Angel it Friend, has been dissolved by
: York; rock, to Lara &Ross. mutual consent. The will
undersigned con-
t The Board of Health have appointed thing immense! 9-Schooner Fannie E. Walston Marr, New Tracts containing twenty acres each of tinue the business collect all bills and
Sheriff J. A. Ellermann as Sanitary Inspector York: rock, to Lara&Ross. choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake pay
That she wonders more people are not Schooner Abbie Dunn, Gilchrist, Boston; all debts. EMIL 0. FRIEND.
for Nassau county. Mr. Ellermann entered heartsick in town, "hope" has been deferred" ballast, to master. suitable for orange growing and truck farm- Fernandina, Fla., May\ 1st, 1885.
upon the discharge of his new duties 13-Schooner Henry D..May, :Morris, Phila- ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
so frequently.That delphia; railroad castings, to order. very conveniently situated for transpor-
this week. 14 Schooner II. &J. Blauderman, Cavileer,
;- tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
Mayor Pope, Capt. W. H. King and New York; rock, to Lara& Ross. 10 18
The Cutters' terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques &
z- Daisy Base Ball Club, which Mr.\ McCottery have nautical ideas in various '
CLk.lRED. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
accompanied the colored excursion to Bruns- stages of development, and she expects Thos. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, Rose Leaf Fine Cut
for Brunswick
Steam-packet Collyer, -,
wick Monday, was again victorious in the ,
16, 1882 Fernandina, Fla.
to see some handsome yacht models on daily, with freight and passengers, February ,
::44 match game with the Brunswick nine, winning Amelia river by F. W. Simmons, agent Navy '
soon. Steamship City of San Antonio. Wilder, Clippings
t by a score of 23 to 9. May W. K. DAUKNIGHT
That this reminds her that many of the for New York, frAiTTiT: and T-'"asses: : g ers' and Snuffs
by R. W. Southwick, agent
i The first, locomotive and train of flat cars, boys" who formerly took great delight in Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, AGENT, yRE

11 loaded with iron, was run on the newly con- "schooners" the "bar" for Palatka; by W. O. Jeffreys a cnt. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL f'
navigating, over Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for BEst
structed beach railroad, as far as Ninth have lately turned their attention to Charleston; by W.O. Jeffreys, agent. BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER,
street, on Thursday. George Skipper han- May 15-Steamship City of Monticello. McKee, ANDDealer
"ponies;in for Charleston; freight and passengers,
dled the throttle. That for the information of some of herlady by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. in Ice

*4 The kitchen of the residence of Mr. Dean, friends, she will explain that a May 13-Steamship Palatka;City by W.of O.Palatka Jeffrey, .Vogel agent. for TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM -BEM PUG

r on Fourth street, was discovered on fire "schooner" is made up of four winks and a 9-Steam-packet David Clark, Daniels, for STREET WHARF,
Savannah; freight and passengers, by i'J
j'' about 12 o'clock Monday night. The fire swallow, and a pony" is simply a smack F. W. Simmons, agent. l-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.
May Steam-packet David Clark, Daniels, for
was extinguished without much damage and a grin;
Savannah; freight and passengers, by
having been done. Carelessness on the part That she is indebted to Mr.\ Grundy for this F. W. Simmons, agent.

'F of servants is reported to have been the information ; Schooner Joseph Rudd. Hallock, Phila-
delphia; lumber, by C. II. IIuot.
"; cause. That she trusts none of the young ladies May 11-Schooner Austin D. Knight, Perry; Phil-
adelphia; lumber,by Ililliard &Bailey.
The steamship San Antonio, of the\fal- will insist upon further explanation of the Schooner Fannie Walsten, New York;

lory Line, left for New York Thursday term pony;i" lumber, by Mizell'&Bro. '

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evening with a full list of passengers and That for some unaccountable reason the FUR

the following cargo : 809 pkgs. vegetables, old familiar salutation, Come in and,1 ave Flies, ants, roaches, and mosquitoes are

400 logs cedar, 20G cases cedar, 84 bbls. some beer I"! has become obsolete; paralyzed by Sholes1 Insect Exterminator.Sold .

t rosin, CO bbls. spirits, 27 bales moss, 48 pkgs. That the newest thing is Come in and by Fred W Hoyt & Co. *
"
merchandise. pony up. List of Letters 'We have opened, in the :Marson Building, Centre Street,

That the latest and simplest remedy for
i The Masonic Excursion Postponed. cholera is a teaspoonful of Cayenne pepper Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- below Second, a full line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consisting

' Owing to the,inability of the committeeof with a tablespoonful of salt in half a pintof dina 1885., Nassau Persons county calling,for Florida these,letters May must 16th, in part \\falnut Chamber Suits, Ash Chamber1 Suits, :Mahoganyand

the Freemasons to make suitable sche-
a warm water. The whole to be
very say advertised : Painted Chamber Suits Bedsteads in great variety and at
dule with the Florida Railway & Navigation taken when symptoms first ; ,
appear.
Allen Henry E Johnson, Peter
Company, the excursion to Silver That it pains her to record the delegatevote Blue,,Elizabeth Lawrance, William prices as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere-

Spring, which was to have left here on the Bush, John II Monroe, David 2
of Nassau county-it was so funny. finished and dark Children's Bedsteads Chairs in
light great
be Bemis \ Freeman ; ;
20th, had to abandoned, at least for the Henry Miley

present... This is much to be regretted, and Cannot the Nuisance be,Abated. Brooks. Easter Nightingale, II variety; Rockers of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast and
Clark
Sidney Pesper, Joseph
many of our people will feel greatly disappointed the for the exerciseof
necessity
Every year Cattrer, Daniel Robinson, F A Centre Washstands Wardrobes and Wire;
Springs-Slat
r as much pleasure was anticipated police supervision over Amelia beach be- Danise, Jesse Rarre, Poff ; ; ;

from, the trip. comes more apparent. Complaints of indecent Easton, Affie Robinson, Lizzie :Mattresses of various qualities, cheaper than ever before sold
Erwin, Robert Soloman, W J
exposure by bathers are more fre- Evans, Scott Slayton, H II Pillows and Bolsters ; and a full line of goods generally foundin
After a Forger. ,quent, and the growing popularity of this Fowler, J Eddison Talbott, John F

Mr.\ W. S Hazen, of Jacksonville, arrivedin delightful summer resort makes the preven- Floyd, C A Tomas, n nnmen a regular Furniture Store. We invite an inspection of our

the city Thursday evening, on the track tion of this nuisance all the more important. Gethers, Corneales Williams, Nathan stock.
i Howell, Manery Williams, Stephens
of a woman who had passed a forged check If the city authorities are power- Hecker, George Williams, Abe

upon him some time since. The check was less to suppress this evil for want of juris- Hyman, George Walker, John We also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.

drawn at Oxford, Ala., and was made pay- diction, cannot some, person who has frequent Harper, P 0, Jr Williams, Thomas The latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band"Vare and Porce-

able to one M. J. Anderson, at Ocala. By business on the beach,.say the drivers Kreutzer, Mrs Lena Young, J W "
,
some means this woman, whose name is of the regular hacks, be delegated with Jeaneth, Mrs E F' S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. lain Goods. Sold in any quantity suit purchaser.

Henderson, had obtained possession of the power constables to arrest offenders against ,

check, probably through a mistake in thedelivery all decency, and bring them before the mag- Refrigerators at Hoyt & Co.'s furniture .,',. :' ::erRED -W. HOYT & "COt -

of the letter, from the similarity of istrate? store, Centre street. ""
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