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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: June 6, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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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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STATE XEWS. stomach were variegated. A boot, TIlE ST. MARY RULES. AND REGULATIONS ,vessel, whether arriving in cargo or ballast,
./ and if in ballast the kind of ballast, where
Capt. J. F. Johnston has on his rubber coat, piece of sail, tin cans, ITS BEAUTIFUL SCENERY: AS ITS >lrPE\RED TO IX RELATION TO taken on and where discharged ;"and further;

about two miles ,south of bones etc., had been indiscriminately A "MIRROR" MAX'>aTEL w, .,...... QUARANTINE.Adopted the matterof mode or cleansing method or adopted by him in the
,
place disiufeetinganyyes-
heaved into his food receptacle to 1 At no season of the year in Florida is the ,. sel
of the best developed requiring purification: or arriving froman
Gainesville one
his appetite or fill a'' scenery within her borders. seen.... to better infected or su>pected port and the char:
grape vines of the Concord variety appease up advantage than- in the merry months of by the Board of Heath for Xassati acter and quantity of material used"or employed -

Hi Florida. It is three years old and vacuum.-Pcnsacola Commercial.IF May and June'when Nature seems to try County, Fla.! May 18, 1SS5.. sickness fur of such any purpose kind found, and shall on anyesei report:: all r

of developed and outshine herself by puttinon'her best arriving, the character of the disease --
has on it 256 bunches fully provision is made in the new > nlrnthersiek.etc. the .- JSEe. ,
garb and displaying her many and -
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grapes. lie has also hun- Constitution for management of we know of no place where her thousand SECTION 1. During the quarantine season, 16 The: Inspector shall further re- ,.
-p it shall be the of the port to the Board without nIn'mlil '
conduct delay
from this vine duty pilots to
dreds of cuttings commissioners charms can be more admired than along the
affairs '
by county violation
county to the quarantine grounds all,vessels arriving every or infraction of any of the
which he put out in December last, as is now done, they oughtto St. Mary's river. in the harbor of Fernandina, except the rules or regulations of said Board relating :
The sun was shining brightly on Monday; lines of coastwise steamers: and bring to to quarantine ; and in all cases where immediate :
and which. had on them from three be elected by the people insteadof morning last when we took passage'on that anchor at such quarantine grounds all such or prompt action is required shall
{five well developed bunches of : ,vessels, there to remain for such time as the report to the President of the Board whose
to being appointed by the Governor.For staunch.little craft, the a trip it
.lJart/t'h. up Port Physician shall designate, and the said duty shall be in every such case reiH>rtctl ;
grapes, but the continued drouth this purpose the county ought the St. Mary's river, and we... x retell. repaid pilots shall immediately notify the ,Port to institute proceedings for the enforcement-. ))1

caused them to drop off. The Captain for our time, for a more erjoyuble,trip, PhysiCian, by flying the national ensign at of the law in such case provided
to be divided into as many districtsas hour's 'ride'from the foremast-head, of the arrival of said SEC.' 17.. The Inspector shall personnllyvisitat .
has invited us. to spend a day there commissioners could not; be. conceiver.:An\ vessels; and the said pilots shall hand the the quarantine grounds all ve--eh* ,
arc county Fernandina brought us to ,the pretty master or person having charge of said sasses arriving at the harbor as soon as po-MliU-: '
with him and feast on grapes, buttermilk and each district should elect one little town of St. Mary's, where we found a copy of these rules and regulations.SEC. after such arrival and there inspect the

and other luxuries which member of the board. In this the residents of that usually quiet place 2. All vessels quarantined under theprovisions same, and if found in good sanitary con t l
dition
way and
of these rules shall remain at said not otherwise restricted to
the of place like theCaptain's joyfully contemplating the benefits to be quarantine by the rules of this Board
only owner a part of the county would be.. quarantine without communication with he
Xcws. every derived from the new railroad, which is to the shore, or with any person or persons shall give a certificate of inspection and

enjoys.-Gaine.svillc represented by a man thoroughly ac- run from Millen, Ga., to Hart's Road, Fla., whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsof health, which certificate shall fully identify!

The orange trees of this section quainted with its wants and wishes. and which will cross the St Mary's river any description whatever, unless by special condition.the vessel and The certify certificate to her good sanitary shall '
permission of the Port Physician: ; and so given ;
arc luxuriant in foliage, growth and Such representation and knowledge' ahout a mile above the town,.thus affording no person or persons, or boats or vessels, be demanded and taken,up by the Harbor
I them railroad and telegraphic communication shall visit or hold any communication with Master of the Port from the master of any
fruit and no mistake. Columbia would secure justice to the people in vessel receiving the
and
I in direction, the necessity of any quarantined vessel, unless by special same entering the j
county makes but little ado about part of the county. The county every authority from the Port Physician ; and if harbor, and by the Harbor Master delivered i
every have been felt
facilities long
which so as- any quarantined vessel shall hold communication to the President of the Board of Health ;
the orange, but she grows them all commissioners would then be ame- suring as they do the only means of again with any other quarantined vessel, and no vessel shall be assigned to any berthor

the same, and will ship ten or twelve nable to the people, and might be I' restoring her lost commerce, and makingher then fifteen such days vessel additional shall ,be in quarantined addition to for all allowed the harbor to of approach Fernandina any,wharf or receive or dockin or

thousand boxes the coming season. changed to suit the will and wants the shipping point for the varied pro- other fines or penalties imposed by these discharge any cargo without first obtaining '
ducts of the rich surrounding. A such certificate.
country regulations.SEC. Provided, that this:: regila-
lab City Reporter. of the people. Under the present few miles above the town of St. Mary's the 3. On and after the opening each tion with reference to certificate inspec-

Judge Means has been shipping arrangement they arc not in any river enters the woods, and unveils! a scene year of the National Quarantine Station; tion shall not apply to coastwise steamers
(Sapelo Sound), all vessels from infected plying between Brunswick, Savannah,
Peen to and Honey peaches at the proper sense the representatives of unsurpassed for beauty anywhere. in the ports having sickness on board shall be directed Charleston, New York and Fernandina, nn
reflect South, a magnificent stretch of high lands, by the, pilot to proceed said National less specially ordered by the Board.
rate of ten to fifteen bushels a dayof the people, and do not always richly timbered, forming a regular palisade, I Quarantine Station. SEC. 18. It shall be the duty of the

the will of the people.-Apopka Cit SEC.; 4. Any vessel arriving at this port, Quarantine Inspector to order all vessels
late. He to Southern
ships mostly along its southern bank. For a distance of bearing the certificate of the National Quar- into quarantine found upon inspection d,

points, and his returns have so izen. fifty or sixty miles this, .beautiful stream- antine Officer, must be brought to anchor at to be in a foul and unsanitary condition .
--- .-------- with sufficient depth of water to float the the quarantine station, and there remain to be thoroughly cleansed and 1.:
far been very satisfactory, most of until released by the order of the Board of disinfected. And all vessels arriving : .
of sea-going, vessels-offers attrac-
TIlE death of Gen. Robert E. Lee largest ? '
them netting him $8.50 bushel Health. from ports south of 25 north latitude, and .
per at Lexington Va. on the 12th of October tions to the sightseer which will' well repay a SEC. 5. All such vessel as are describedin any vessel which may at any time within :
crate. lIe expects to ship 500 bush- visit. Along its banks are to be seen at this Section 3, arriving during the closure of sixty days next before her arrival have entered J'

els this year.-JIicanopy Gazette. 1860, removed an importantactor season of the year hundreds of magnoliasin said National Quarantine Station shall anchor at. cleared from.' or taken on ballast or..
civil In the and remain at the Port Quarantine cargo,or which may at the time of arrival I'
in the recent
war. full bloom growing down to the water's
We have heard it rumored for Station under the personal .supervision or have on board any ballast or cargo taken oa t ,:
South, where he was best known and edge, interspersed with wild roses,grapes and direction of the Quarantine Officer. at any port or ports south of 25 north latitude

several days past that :Major D. I.CoIT1nan wild flowers of every description, filling the SEC. 0. All vessels arriving at this port ; and any vessel hailing from, having ._
most beloved in the North where J"
; touched at, entered taken ballast
with sickness or on
board or
on or having had the
Special Agent of the G. L. air with the fragrance of their. sweet per-
his military genius and worth as a same during voyage, will at all seasons of cargo, at any infected or suspected port
0., who has been located in Floridafor fume. As the steamer rounds the graceful the year, no matter from what port, either within sixty days before arrival ; and any !t
private citizen found due recognition; bends of the river here and there are to be ,American or foreign, anchor at the quaran- vessel having sickness on board of any 134

the past year, had, in company and in Europe, where his skillful seen evidences of cultivation in bygone tine station"ancl there remain until releasedby kind or having had any sickness or death t..'
with G."r.. Speer of Lake DeFu- order of the Board of Health. on board within sixty days before arriving; ,
days and several farms bear tcs.timony -
generalship and personal courage very pretty SEC. 7. Vessels 'from ports south of 25 and no vessel shall be released from quarantine -

niak and A..>J.Jilajor.....oLihis.placQ,. 1 d4\vi hirii higlf'r li Wn.t1it11b="i .tq,.the:Jiaridicrjfta; >.4t Jie j4Wue '5.f. .nortlr-atitudewUl.duringthce: : .ireyears! 'Hort7iinm or allowed toj>roceed.to her destina-n;;.,. ,._. ',A", .
entered into business together for the present time. It wastilong' the banksof be required to"dis6narge any and all ballastat aRbr nTnrTp'oTrMInspector t thc
utes to the memory of the departed this situated the celebrated the quarantine station. and Port Physician to the Boardof
river was once -
the purpose of working up immigration SEC. 8. On and after May 1st and until Health; and then only on the authorized
for Southern chieftain have been generous White Oak llantation-which ex- I November 1st of each year, and longer if permit of the. Board, signed by the Secretary -
Florida. We called
on enthusiastic and worthy of his tended a considerable distance and possessed I the Board of Health so determine all coast- thereof.
Major Coflhion at the Arlington a water front of some two miles along the wise vessels: must anchor at the quarantine SEC. 19. The Inspector shall interrogatethe
fame. It may be truly said that per- station. Vessels from non-infected or non- master of any and every vessel arriving, l
House yesterday and asked him Little St. Iary's-and which, prior to the suspected ports will not be detained longer under oath touching all matters upon which '
sonally Gen. Lee had not an enemy. numbered the rice it is the of the and Port
what it meant. He somewhat war was among largest than necessary for the quarantine officer to duty Inspector
was His heart overflowed with love and plantations in the United States, employing satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary Physician to be informed, and if the masterof
busy, but informed us he had resigned upwards of four hundred in its cul condition. Vessels from ports south of 25 any vessel shall refuse to answer any t
charity toward all mankind. He i negroes north latitude will have to comply withSection question or questions put to him by the Inspector

his present position on account drew his sword in the civil war froma I tivation. Nothing remains now however, 7, be fumigated at least twice, and or Port Physician or shall answer '
of bad health and for the of the numerous buildings which occupied detained at least fifteen days. evasively or untruthfully or if the Inspectorshall
pur- sense of duty to his native State ; so prominent a position on this large estate, I SEC. 9. The coastwise steamers shall be have reason to suspect concealment, f'
pose of going North to work land he may extend his examination to the crew l
up allowed to conic to their wharves and be ; ;
!
but when he sheathed it under and the dykes and ditches of the old rice
sales excursions and colonies. again, there inspected by the Port Physician, unless and it shall be his duty in such cases to
The
the apple-tree at Appomattox Court- fields are the only reminders of its former otherwise ordered by him but no per- order the vessel into quarantine, there to
mode of advertising will be to travel glory and magnitude.As son or freight or baggage shall be landed, abide the order of the Board. ri
House there was not a stain upoVi SEC. 20. Every vessel shall be required
nor allowed to board until
steamed the river there persons go on
by special car furnished by the L. & we along up ,
permission be given by the Port Physician without exception, to discharge: all ballast
its blade. Even those who ;
were opposed to be either side, half hidden
N. K. were seen on at the ballast grounds on Tiger Island during -
R., and having their office, and if it be found by the Port Physicianthat
to General Lee upon the battle- among the drift wood and'bru:5h, scores said steamers have any sickness or con- the season of quarantine.SEC. .
with and all kinds of 21. The Board of Health for said
maps printed disease board said
field of lazy-looking alligators, apparently quite tagions :; on steamers
were as ready as his most inti-,
shall and in sustain
shall be immediately ordered to the county will every case :!
matter for distribution quaran-
on their car. unconcerned at our near approach, and
mate friends'and ardent admirers to tine ground. the Inspector and Quarantine Physician to ;,
They also will have over six hun- manof them fell a victim to Captain SEC. 10. From May 1st to November 1st the utmost, in all lawful acts and endeavorson

dred Florida testify to his well-deserved fame as Stone's unerring aim and a bullet from his of each year, no vessel from an infected or his part to enforce thequarantineregula- 4
views which they will tions of this port, and the Inspector and
a military leader, as well as to his Winchester rifle. One shot made by the suspected latitude will be allowed to either
Physician of the Port is authorized to send
bring of fruit to the
represent on canvas by calcium lighter or cargo up city.
many private virtues. General Lee, Captain is worthy of especial mention. A SEC. 11. Pilots must in each case, before into quarantine any vessel:: upon refusal to
light. We consider this of the fine saurian the fees prescribed by the port regulations -
one large : was swimming quietly boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary pay
biggest schemes for Florida that has shortly after the surrender at Appomattox along some distance ahead of the boat, so condition of vessels; in no case must they on demand for any purpose whatever, ,
there to remain until and the masteror
became president of Washington board if the vessel has sickness on board, or paid,
been ar indeed as to be hardly distinguishable in command of vessel, or
yet gotten up. These gentlemen has had same during voyage; in such C3. esther person any any
College at Lexington, and de- from a floating log to any but an experienced must either direct to Sapelo Quarantine person refusing to recognize and respect the

all have a thorough knowledgeof voted himself to the duties of that eye, when the Captain sighted him and Station, I lead the vessel in, or have their authority or obey the order, of the Inspector -

the State, and have the ability called attention to the ungainly monster. small boat hoisted alongside clear of the or Physician acting within his authority )
position. He was taken sick on water, and in this way pilot the vessel in. or any person obstructing the performanceof
and go-ahcaditivencss to insure the : We had scarcely got a good look at the rep- SEC. 12. The Physician shall receive,from his duties shall be dealt with accordingto

enterprise a success. Major Coffman Wednesday evening, September 28. tile when a bullet went crashing throughits every vessel visited by him under the pro- law. ,

As he was about to take his seat at head, and "poor. alligator was 'seen no visions of this ordinance, a fee'of five dol- SEC. 22. The Inspector and Phrsician .
promised us a detail of the contem- lars for foreign and three dollars for coast shall keep a strict account of all fees collected,
the tea-table, he sank in his chair more. The Captain is. an excellent shot, wise vessels, and for each certificate of and authorized to be collected pursuant to
plated scheme in a few da) s.- and would do credit to d Creedmoor team. health issued by him under the provisionsof the regulations of the Board, and shall
and became insensible. A reactionsoon
Gainesville News. At Orange Bluff we paid a-visit to the these regulations he shall receive a fee of render to the Board a monthly statement of
set in however and in the two dollars, and for each and every vessel the same ; which reports, certificates per-
mammoth saw-mill of L. A. Davis & Bro.,
mits, and statements shall all be filed
Col. Reed of Grove fumigated he;shall receive a fee of twenty among
Mulberry recently course of the ten days following he and were cordially welcomed. The mill dollars for the first fumigation and for each the records of the Board by the Secretary

contracted for an artesianwell steadily improved, until it was hopedhe was running full force and appeared to be and every subsequent fumigation a fee of thereof. and the Board of
by
Approved adopted
which has proved to be a complete doing an extensive business, as were also ten dollars, and any vessel having on board Nassau 18 1885.
for
was out of danger. But on the sickness of an infectious or malignant Health County. May ,
the large mills of Mizell Bros. at King's any J. D. PALMER, President.
success. The bore is four character, shall the Port Physician in
inches and following Monday evening he became Ferry. The thriving little village of King's addition to the above pay fees, the sum of eight H. J. BAKER, Secretary.A .

a good stream of water suddenly and rapidly worse,and con- Ferry is growing rapidly, and its residents dollars per day for attendance, and a

was reached at a depth of 350 feet. tinued to sink until death claimedits appear to be prosperous and happy. Herewe reasonable charge for| medicines. In no Card.In .
case shall the Port Physician be entitled to.
From this depth a very solid jet of victim. During the early part of remained over night under the hospitable any other fees than those provided in these the Jacksonville -Uhriun of Thursday -

water is thrown roof of Mr.,T. W. Higginbotham, and regulations.SEC. appears an article over my signature,
to elevation of
his illness he slept much and spoke were right royally entertained and enjoyed 13. Each and every person, or each attacking the management of the Florida
twenty feet above the surface i vessel other craft who Railway & Navigation Company. I beg to
giving seldom but was rational when awake i all the luxuries appertaining to and 'every or or
country that to the
the which shall be found guilty of any viola- state here publicly my signature
enterprising owner all the supply and always recognized those at his life and, we regretted our inability to remain tion of these-regulations, or their provisions, article is a forgery. ''I have not, either at

he needs for home and garden. longer in this healthy and picturesque shall, upon conviction, be fined not more this or at any other time,addressed any let
bedside. At times his mind seemedto
than $1,000 or be imprisoned for not more ter for publication, or otherwise, to that
Last Wednesday evening a negro wander and on several, occasions region. than two years, or both, at'the'' discretion of journal and I shall hold that journal respon-
To excursionists, wewould, say take a trip the court. sible for. the publication of this calumny. ,
flan caught a shark at the foot of reverted to the army. He once or- up the St. Mary's and yon ,will have ho SEC. 14. In case of the absence or sicknessof V. R. BRISTOL.

Palafox Wharf that measured a little dered his tent to be struck, and at cause to regret it, while to the sportsman it the Port Physician, he shall have'author
ity to appoint a deputy, which deputy shall Valuable Orange Lands for Sale
over offiers inducements seldom met with in
fourteen feet in length. The another time desired. that, "Hill be practicing physician.SEC. each of
Tracts containing twenty acres
other sections of the country. The staunch and of
shark Physician
15. The Inspector
was brought town I choice high hammock land on Orange Lake
should be
up on a sent to the front" He suffered -
and comfortable, little steamer Martha leaves said Port shall report at each regular meet- suitabie for growing and truck farm-
dray and carried all round the city, but comparatively little pain Fernandina- for the St. Mary's river every ing of the Board, all vessels arriving at the ing, are now orange offered for sale. These lands
the harbor of Fernandina, destined for any portin
"hat" being passed at every during his whole,illness, and expired Monday and Thursday at 8 a. m., returning the county of Nassau, and report the are tation very, by conveniently water or rail situated, and will for be transpor-sold on
stopping place for the following day. This serviceable little sanitary condition of every such vessel.
contributions.
and Titles
9.30on are
quietly at suit
very peacefully terms to purchasers. unques-
craft is under the command of Ed. such
About Capt. The port or ports from which every Also valuable timber lands in
night his sharkship was Wednesday morning.-Ben. Per- Stone, whose popularity:is well known, and : vessel cleared or at which she may have large tionable.bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,

butchered, and the contents of his ley Poore, in Boston Budget. wishes who is and indefatigable comfort of his in patrons.catering to the ''I arrival touched; within the character sixty days of next lading before of every her February 16, 1882, Fernandina, Fla.


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STATE XEWS. stomach were variegated. A boot, THE ST. MARY1S.- .., RULES. AND REGULATIONS vessel whether arriving in cargo or ballast,
.>\' Sfr<''' and if in ballast the kind of ballast, where
has his rubber coat, piece of sail, tin 'cans, ITS BEAUTIFUL SCENERY,.AS IT) PEARED TO IX RELATION TO taken on and where discharged ; and further ;
Capt. J. F. P. Johnston on the mode or method adopted by him in the
had been indiscriminately A MIRROR MAX LATEYy ;
bones etc. : QUARANTINE.Adopted
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miles south of matterof cleansing or disinfecting nnyvessel -
two
place, about heaved into his food receptacle to At no season of the year in Florida is the -' i requiring purification or arriving from !

Gainesville, one of the best developedgrape scenery within, her. borders seen_ to better an infected suspected port, and the char-
his appetite or fill up a : '.1' the Board Heath Xassrnt acter and of material :
appease 'months of by of for quantity n ell-or employed ->
vines of the Concord varietyin advantage than in the merry .
fur such ose, and shall all
Commercial.IF puri report
Florida. It is three years old and vacuum.-Pemacola May and June,'when Nature. jseems to try County, Fla., Jlay IS, 1885 sickness of any kind found on any vessel F

and outshine herself by putting(on her best arriving the character of the, disease, the '
has on it 256 bunches of fully developed provision is made in the new' garb and displaying her many/beatities, and number sick. etc. .- s1'SEC. .

grapes. He has also hundreds Constitution for the management of we know of no place where her thousand SECTION 1. During the quarantine season, 16 The: Inspector shall further report li '
I' it shall be the duty of the pilots to conductto 'tl) the Board without delay any ainl
of cuttings from this vine county affairs by county commissioners charms can be more admired than.: along the the quarantine grounds all,vessels arriving every violation or infraction of any of the

St. Mary's river. in the harbor of Fernandina the rules or regulations of said Board"relating:
in December last s- except
which he put out as is now done, they oughtto Thesunwasshining brightly Monday lines of coastwise steamers, and bring to to quarantine ;, and in all cases where immediate -

and which had on them from threeto be elected by the people insteadof that anchor at such quarantine grounds all such or prompt action is required shall
morning last when we took passage: on
,vessels, there to remain for such time as the report to tin President of the Board, whose
five well developed bunches of being appointed by the Governor.For Staunch.little, craft,,the Jfarthq)for a trip up Port Physician shall designate and the said duty it shall be in every such case reportedto

but the continued drouth this the county oughtto the St.Iary's river, and we.. xg ejwell repaid pilots shall immediately notify the PortPhysician institute proceedings!' for the enforcement.
grapes, purpose of the law in such case provided.
the national at'the.
by
flying ensign
caused them to drop off. The Cap- be divided into as many districtsas for our time, for a more enjoyable;trip, foremast-head, of the arrival of said SEC.' 17- Tho Inspector shall personally: ..

could not. be conceived .,;\. hour's. ride vessels; and 'the said pilots shall hand the visit at the quarantine grounds:: all ve-seis" '
bin: has invited us. to spend a day there arc county commissioners, from Fernandina brought us "to the pretty master or person having charge of said vessel arriving at the: harbor as soon as poil,!lf

with him and feast on grapes, but- and each district should elect one little town of St. Mary's' where we found a copy of these rules and regulations.SEC. after such arrl"al.1111 there inspect the
2. All vessels quarantined under the same, and if found in good sanitary condition 1
tPT-milk and other luxuries which member of the board. In this way the residents of that usually'quiet place provisions of these rules shall remain at said and not otherwise restricted to :
contemplating the benefits to be quarantine by; the rules of this Board he
of like the be joyfully quarantine without communication with
would
the a place
only owner of the county
every part shall give a certificate of and
derived from the new railroad which is to the shore, or with any person or persons inspection

Captain's enjoys.-Gainesville Xcws. represented by a man thoroughly ac- run from Milieu, Ga., to Hart's Road, Fla., whatever, or with any other boats or vessels health, which certificate shall fully identify
the vessel and
her
certify to good
of description whatever, unless by special sanitary
The orange trees of this section. quainted with its wants and wishes. and which will cross the St. Mary's river any permission of the Port Physician ; and condition. The certificate so given shall

in and Such and knowledge about a mile above the town,Thus affording no person or persons or boats or vessels, be demanded and taken up by the HarborMaster
luxuriant foliage growth representation
arc them railroad and telegraphic communication shall visit or hold any communication with of the Port from the master of any
'' mistake. Columbia would to the people in vessel receiving the same and entering the
fruit and no secure justice in direction the necessity of any quarantined vessel, unless by special
every harbor, and by the Harbor Master deliveredto
authority from the Port and if
Physician
county makes but little ado about every part of the county. The county which facilities have been so long felt, assuring any quarantined vessel shall hold communication ; the President of the Board of Health ;

the orange, but she grows them all commissioners would then be amenable as they do the only means of again with any other quarantined vessel, and no vessel shall be assigned to any berthor
then such vessel shall be for allowed to approach any wharf or dockin
the same, and will ship ten or twelve to the people, :and might be restoring her lost:; commerce, and' makingher fifteen days additional, in quarantined addition to all the harbor of Fernandina, or receive or

the to suit the will and wantsof the shipping point for the varied pro- other fines or penalties imposed by these discharge any cargo, without first obtainingsuch
thousand boxes coming season. changed
ducts of the rich country surrounding.. A regulations.SEC. certificate. Provided, that this r'g.lation -

Lab City Reporter.V the people. Under the present few miles above the town' of St. Mary's the 3. On and after the opening each. with reference to certificate of inspection 1 .
shall not to coastwise steamers
apply,
of the National Quarantine Station
they arc not in any river enters the woods, and unveils a scene year
been arrangement plying between Brunswick Savannah
Means has
Judge shipping (Sapelo Sound), all vessels from infected.
of unsurpassed for beauty anywhere. in the Charleston New York and Fernandina, un
:
sense the representatives ports having sickness on board shall be directed i-
therate
Pccnto and Honey peaches at proper South, a magnificent stretch of high lands, by the pilot to proceed to said National less specially ordered by the Boar .

of ten to fifteen bushels a dayof the people, and do not always reflect richly timbered, forming a regular' palisade Quarantine Station. SEC. 18. It shall be the duty of the
Cit SEC. 4. Any vessel arriving at this port, Quarantine Inspector to order all vessels l
late. He ships mostly to Southern the will of the people.-Apopka along its southern bank. For distance of bearing the certificate of the National Quar- into quarantine found upon inspectionto

and his returns have so izen. i fifty or sixty miles this, beautiful stream- antine Officer, must be brought to anchor at be in a foul and unsanitary con-
points
-.-- --------- with sufficient depth of 'water to float the the quarantine station, and there remain dition to be thoroughly cleansed ami j
far been very satisfactory, most of until released by the order of the Board of disinfected. And all vessels arriving {: J
THE death of Gen. Robert E. Lee largest of sea-going vessels-offers attractions Health. from ports south of 25 north latitude, ami .

them netting him $8.50 per bushel Va. the 12th of Oc- to the sightseer which will well repay a i SEC. 5. All such vessels as are described any vessel which may at any time within

crate. He expects to ship 500 bush- at Lexington. on visit. Along its banks are to be seen at this I in Section 3, arriving during the closure of sixty days next before her arrival have entered -
tober 1860 removed an importantactor said National Quarantine Station shall an- at. cleared from, or taken on ballast or f 1
of the hundreds of magnoliasin
els this year.-Mkanopy Gazette. season year chor and remain at the Port Quarantine cargo,or which may at the time of arrival -
in the recent civil war. In the full bloom growing down .to the water's Station under the personal supervision or have on board any ballast or cargo taken on I

\Ve have heard it rumored for South, where he was best known and edge, interspersed with wild roses,grapes and direction of the Quarantine Officer. at any port or ports south of 2.j0 north latitude "

several days past that Major D. M. wild flowers of every description, filling the SEC. 0. All vessels arriving at this port ; and any vessel hailing from, having
most beloved; in the North, where with sickness on board or having had the touched at, entered, or taken on ballast or ii.t;"ti:;
Coffman, Special Agent of the G. L. and worth ;air with the fragrance of their sweet per- same during voyage, will at all seasons of cargo at any infected or suspected port !
a
his as
military genius As the rounds the graceful within sixty days before arrival and
fume. steamer
0. who has been located in Floridafor the year no matter from what port, either ; any II
private citizen found due recognition; bends of the river, here and there' are to be American or foreign, anchor at the quarantine vessel having sickness on board of any

the past year, had, in company skillful evidences of cultivation in bygone : station;and there remain until releasedby kind or having had any sickness or death
his
and in Europe where seen board "
order of the Board of Health. on within.sixty days before arriving; 6"
with G."r.. Speer of Lake DeFu- and several pretty farms bear tcs.timgny.to.lhe and vessel shall be released from i
generalship and personal courage days, very Six 7. Vessels from ports south of 25 no quarantine fit .

,niak and ,J.L..J..Jr:1jor..Dt.this..plac: ,. Vii1Hti'ib:; Handier_ .,:o..t he awuerafth -nortltJatitude j will.:during hCieoMreyearr.: Jr allowed'' to proceed to her destinatt6ntfnfirarr "1 -::: .*, ,,,;. .-, .- ,
-had'wun hint"liigli r 1f \ ; nTrrepo7nrmMInspector ; yiIlC ,,
present time. It was j along the' banksof be required discharge any and all ballastat
entered into business for
together the station. and Port Physician to the Boardof
utes to the memory of the departed this river was situated the once celebrated quarantine
Health and then the authorized
only on
the of SEC. 8. On and after May 1st and until
purpose working up immigration Southern chieftain have been gener- White Oak Plantation-which extended November 1st of each year, and longer if permit of the Board, signed by the Secretary -

for Florida. We called on a considerable distance and possesseda the Board of Health so determine coast- thereof.
ous enthusiastic and worthy of his SEC. 19. The shall
Inspector interrogatethe
wise vessels must anchor at the
Major Coflinon at the Arlington water front of some two 'miles along the quarantine
fame. It be truly said that station. Vessels from non-infected or non- master of any and every vessel arriving,
House yesterday and asked him may per- Little St. l\Iary's-and which, prior to the suspected ports will not be detained longer under oath touching all matters upon whichit

sonally Gen. Lee had not an enemy. war was numbered among the largest rice than necessary! for the quarantine officer to is the duty of the Inspector and Port .

what it meant. He was somewhat His heart overflowed with love and plantations in the United States, emplo"ingupwards satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary Physician to be informed and if the masterof
i condition. Vessels from south of 2.)0 any vessel shall refuse to answer any
busy but informed he had ports
us resigned in its cul-
of four hundred
negroes him the In-
charity toward all mankind. He north latitude will have to comply with question or questions put to by
::; his position tivation. Nothing remains now however, spector Port Physician or shall answer I
present on account Section 7, be fumigated at least twice, and
drew his sword in the civil froma ,
war evasively untruthfully if the Inspectorshall
or or
of bad health and for the of the numerous buildings which occupied detained at least fifteen days.
purpose sense of duty to his native State ; so prominent a position on this large estate, SEC. 9. The coastwise steamers shall be have reason to suspect concealment I.
of going North to work land allowed to tome*to their wharves and be he may extend his examination to the crew; .f
up but when he sheathed it again, under and the dykes and ditches of the old rice there the Port and it shall be his duty in such cases to *'
inspected by Physician, unless
sales, excursions and colonies. The the apple-tree at Appomattox CourtHouse fields are the only reminders of its former I otherwise ordered by him but no per order the vessel into quarantine, there to I i
I abide the order of the Board. ;
mode of advertising will be to travel glory and magnitude. son or freight or baggage shall be landed,
there was not a stain upon SEC. 20. Every vessel shall be required 1
allowed until
nor to on board
go
by special car furnished by the L. & I I As we steamed along up the river, there permission persons be given by the Port Physician ; without exception, to discharge all ballast !:I

X. H. R. and having their office its blade. Even those who wrere opposed were to be seen on either side, half hidden and if it be found by the Port Physicianthat at the ballast grounds on Tiger Island during tt.i!:!

to General Lee upon the battle- among the drift wood and'brush, scores said steamers have any sickness or con- :: the season of quarantine.SEC. t1i '
with and all kinds of 21. The Board of Health for sail ,...
: disease board said steamers
,
maps printed of lazy-looking alligators, apparently quite tagious on l
field were as ready as his most intimate shall be immediately ordered to the county shall, and will in every case sustain
matter for distribution their unconcerned at our approach, and quaran- and
on car. near tine the Inspector Quarantine Physician to
friends'and ardent admirers to ground.SEC.
They also will have over six hun- : I many of them fell a victim to Captain 10. From May 1st to November 1st the utmost, in all lawful acts and endeavors
testify to his well-deserved fame asa I vessel from infected on his part to enforce the quarantine regulations -
Stone's unerring aim and a bullet from his of each year, no : an or
dred Florida which will of this port and the Inspector and
views they
suspected latitude will be allowed to either
leader well his Winchester rifle. One shot made the
military as as to by Physician of the Port is authorized to send i
of fruit the
lighter or bring cargo up to city.
represent on canvas by calcium many private virtues. General Lee, Captain is worthy of especial mention. A SEC. 11. Pilots must in each case, before into quarantine any vessel upon refusal to

light. We consider this one of the fine large saurian was swimming quietly boarding make, inquiry as to the sanitary pay the fees prescribed by the port regulations :: -
shortly after the surrender at Appo- on demand for purpose whatever,
distance ahead of the boat condition of vessels; in no case must they any
along some ; so
,
biggest schemes for Florida that has : there to remain until paid, and the masteror
became of board if the vessel has sickness on board, or
mattox president Washington -
indeed to be hardly distinguishablefrom vessel
command of
ar as person in any or any
been has had during in such
yet gotten These gentlemen same voyage ; cases
up. College at Lexington, and devoted i a floating log to any but an experienced they must either direct to Sapelo Quarantine person, refusing to recognize and respect the

all have a thorough knowledgeof himself to the duties of that eye, when the Captain sighted him and Station, lead the vessel in, or have their authority, or obey the order, of his the Inspector i
Physician acting within authorityor
or
the State and have the called ourattention to the monster. small boat hoisted alongside clear of the
abilityand ungainly the
,
i obstructing performanceof
position. He was taken sick on water, and in this way pilot the vessel in. any person
go-aheaditiveness: to insure the We had scarcely got a good look at the rep- SEC. 12. The Physician shall receive,from his duties shall be dealt with accordingto

Wednesday evening, September 28. tile when a bullet went crashing throughits every vessel visited by him under the pro- law.
enterprise Coffman The and
a success. Major SEC. 22. Physicianshall
As he was about to take his seat at head, and "poor alligator was 'seen no visions of this ordinance, a fee of five dollars keep a strict Inspector account of aU fees collected,
promised detail of for foreigu'and three dollars for coastwise -
the
us a contem- more." The,Captain is an excellent shot, and authorized to be, collected pursuanftothe
the tea-table, he sank in his chair vessels, and for each certificate of
plated scheme in a few days.-- and would do credit to d! Creed moor team. health issued by him under the provisions regulations of the .Board, and shall
and became insensible. A reactionsoon render to the Board a monthly statement of
Gainesville Ncics. At Orange Bluff we paid ar visit to the 'of these regulations he shall receive a fee of ,
in however and in the two dollars, and for each and vessel the same ; which reports certificates per-
set mammoth saw-mill of L.A., Davis & Bro., every mits, and statements shall all be filed among
Col. Reed, of :Mulberry Grove re- of the .fumigated lie!shall receive a fee of twenty the records of the Board the Secretary
course ten days following he i and were cordially welcomed. The ,mill dollars for the first fumigation and for each by

cently contracted for an artesian steadily improved, until it was hoped. was running full force and 'appeared to be and every subsequent' fumigation a fee of thereof.Approved and adopted by the Board of

well which has be I doing an extensive business, as were also ten dollars, and any vessel having on board
proved to a complete he was out of danger. But on the any sickness of an infectious or 'malignant Health for Nassau County May 18r 1835.J. .
the large mills of Mizell Bros. at King'sFerry. D. PALMER President.H. .
success. The bore is four character, shall the Port Physician in
following Monday evening he became pay J. BAKER .
inches The thriving little village of King'sFerry addition to the above fees, the sum of eight Secretary.A

and a good stream of water suddenly and rapidly worse,and con is growing rapidly, and .its residents dollars per day for attendance, and a

was reached at a depth of 350 feet., tinued to sink until death claimed appear to be prosperous and happy. Herewe reasonable charge. foil medicines. In no Card.In .
case shall the Port Physician .be. entitled to
From this depth a very solid jet of its victim. During the early part off remained over night under the hospitable any other fees than those provided in these the Jacksonville Times-Union of Thursday -

water is roof of Mr. ,T. W. Higginbotham, and regulations. appears an article over my signature
thrown to an elevation o his illness he much and the of the Florida
slept spoke were right royally entertained and enjoyed SEC. 13. Each and every person, or each attacking management
twenty feet above the surface giving and 'every vessel or other craft who or Railway & Navigation Company. I beg to
seldom but rational when
was awake all the luxuries to
the appertaining country which shall be found guilty of any'violation state here publicly that my signature to the
enterprising owner all the sup- and always recognized those at his life and we regretted our inability to remain of these regulations, or their provisions article is a forgery.; I have not, either at

ply he needs for home and garden. longer in,this healthy and picturesque shall upon conviction, be fined not more this or at any other time, addressed any let-
bedside. At times his mind
that
seemedto than $1,000 or be imprisoned for not more ter for publication or otherwise, to

Last Wednesday evening a wander and on several occasions region. than two years, or both, at the discretion of journal and I shall hold that journal respon-
negro To excursionists, we.would say take a trip the court. sible for. the publication of this calumny.

man caught a shark at the foot of reverted to the army. He once or- up the St. ,Mary's and you will have ho SEC. 14. In case of the absence or sicknessof V. R. BRISTOL.

Palafox Wharf that measured a little dered his tent to be struck, and at cause to regret it, while to the sportsman it the Port Physician he shall have author-
ity to appoint a deputy which deputy shall Valuable Orange Lands for Sale
met with in ,
otHers inducements seldom
over fourteen feet in,, length. The another time desired that "Hill be practicing physician.SEC. Tracts containing twenty acres each of
shark other sections of the country. The staunch 15. The Inspector and Physician of
was brought town should be choice high hammock land on Orange Lake
up on a sent to the front. He suffered ,
and comfortable little steamer,Martha leaves said Port shall report at each regular meet- suitable for growing and truck farm-

dray and carried all round the city, but comparatively little pain Fernandina for the St. Mary's river every ing of the Board, all vessels arriving at the ing, are now orange offered for sale. These lands
harbor of Fernandina; destined for
portin
the "hat" being passed at every during his whole illness, and expiredyerY.quietlyand :Monday and Thursday at'8 a. m., returning the county of Nassau, and report any the are tation very conveniently water or rail situated, and will for be transpor-sold on

stopping the following day. This'sen"iceable little condition of such vessel. by
place for contributions. 9.30on sanitary every Titles are :
at unques
peacefully terms to purchasers.! .
craft is under the command of Ed. such
About Capt. The port or ports from which every Also valuable timber lands in
tionable.
night his sharkship was Wednesday morning.-Ben. .Per- Stone, whose popularity well known, and vessel cleared or at which she may have large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS

butchered and the of his who is indefatigable in catering to the touched within sixty days next before her 16 1882 Fernandina. Fla
contents ley Poore, in Boston Budget. wishes and comfort of his patrons. .' arrival ; the character. of lading of every February 1.

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TEN.YYSO..Y" FIRST FREEDOM." tion to them, but went on turning? over I he described me as a sort of wild ani-I to herself as she ran away down stairs* I Miss Rose, so you must-forgive--

j Of old sat. Freedom on the heights, the novels and dipping into third vol- mal, a torn-boy who climbed clenching her little fist as she went, introducing myself May I .. 7l for
!:
Tlif thunders: breaking at her feet; ; umes to see if she liked the look of vulgar creature who,swore and talked then shall I' vote myself forever un- and talk tyou?" ere
1t Above' She her shook the starry lights; them. The two young men talked. It slang!-oh,it was shameful !I" worthy of the name of woman !I" ;'0h, yes!1" Her eyes fell
heard the torrents meet. did not occur to Kate to listen, yet "Well, but Kitty, people do say A week later Jack Dormer stood, in bright color rose in her cheeks and a
There in her place she did rejoice suddenly she heard one of, them-the you are fast, you know," suggestedher his sister's little bll1 -and-white boudoir "I have been ,a long time
But Self-gathered fragments of in her her prophet voice mind tall handsome man-remark : friend, at Fosborough Court in the countyof Englanu, traveling in Eastern out of
Came rolling on the mighty wind. "That's a. goodish-looking chestnut "What ,do they mean by fast?' Wessex. He had just arrived and trIes, and you can't think how conn
i walking up and down; I wonder whoit What does anybody mean ?" she cried the dressing-bell had rung, but still English socIety seems to odd
Then. To mingle slept she with down the through human town race, and field belongs to." passionately;' they don'know them- Jack lingered chatting to his favorite have come back to it." me now I
L And part by part to men revealed "Oh, I can tell you," answered the selves. It is true I have high spirits, sister-leaning with his back againstt.hemantelpiece "Yes!I" still with downcast
.. The fullness of our face- other. "It belongs to that horrid girl, and I like-bodily exercise, but I never to the no small dan- playing with the dove-colored eves;
I) Grave mother of majestic works. :Miss Ingleby." did the dreadful things that brute said ger of ,the china menagerie of wild her dress. folds of
fi From her isle-altar looking down Kate started, and shut up the book of me." beasts which:were arranged thereupon. "The women, for instance

I .. Who.And god-like, king-like, groups, wears the the triple crown forks.: she was fingering with a snap. An ex- *"Cigarettes," murmured her lady- And whom have you got staying look so strange; so-almost bold, they
Ie ;1 of horror came into her in the house and
"' pression eyes ship. Ady? unfeminine.. I it is
Her
suppose
i The open wisdom eyes of desire a thousand the truth yearsIs ; coupled with a blank amazement that And where's the harm? there's no Oh, not a very amusing party, ,I my eye is unaccustomed. Now because
Ir in them. May perpetual youth was almost comical. She listened in sin in a cigarette But I haven't told fear; old Lord and Lady Sale, Mr. and for instance, you remind me more von
: Keep dry their light from tears ; very earnest to what might come next. you half. After he had given this de- :Mrs. Halket, Mrs. Ritchie and her you know, of the women of the do
That her fair form may stand and shine "What makes you call her horrid?" lightful and perfectly veracious sketchof daughter ther a loud girl, you re- than anybody I have seen since I East
I Make bright our days and and light our asked the tall man laughingly. "Has my character to your brother, he member." been home." have
dreams. she snubbed you, Kyrle?" mentioned the amount of my fortune, Yes," shudderingly, her voice is I Are they not
Turning to with divine "Ohl-
; scorn lips very ignorant
The falsehood of extremes. "Not she ; I don't know her, thank (that was correct enough), and asked a never-to-be-forgotten item of her poor things?" Up went the brown,
'1 ___ God. She has got fifty thousand, they him if he would like to be introducedto presence." eyes ,flashing into his a look of inno-
A QUAKERESS. say." me, and, :Mr. Dormer replied that A cousin of James's, George An- cent surprise.Jack .
f "I see nothing horrible in that. She he would''go a long way to avoid com- drews, a clerk in the Board of Trade, laughed. "Ah-
iii had l
Kate Ingleby stood at the drawing- ought to suit you down to the ground, ing across me There-what do you and-let me see who else-oh, only there. I do not mean that you it is me
fa, room window in Curzon street tapping you genteel pauper !1" think of that?" little Miss Rose." their ignorance and want of education in
the tip of her little! Wellington boot "She'd be dear at the price, or at "Pooh Jack will like you when Who is :Miss Rose, pray?" that you remind me of them."
" r impatiently with her riding-whip. A any price, in fact; why, she swims likea he knows you; Kitty, as I do." "An insignificant little person-a "Oh, I am very glad of that!"
sharp summer shower was patteringi fish, climbs trees like a monkey, talks :Miss Ingleby got up from her knees, daughter of an old governess ofmine. little effusion that was witha
i Ica down upon the street, and Kate was slang like a schoolboy, swears like a and began pacing up and down the ." ary. "I should not like compliment-to
l? waiting until it was over to go out for trooper,shoots like keeper,and smokes room. Suddenly she stopped behind Rose-Rose. I don't rememberthe me ignorant:' you think
her daily ride. Not that a shower of -bah! like a chimney!1"u'Vhat her friend's chair and put both handson name." "I am sure "
are not
you ,
rain made, as a rule. much differenceto a category of crimes !I" her shoulders. "No ; it was before your time, you Jack very fervently, although answered
to :Miss Ingleby, for she was accustomed "After that, do you care to be intro- Adela, you know you meant your were a baby then," replied Lady El was so sure of it he would have why been he
n to go out in all weathers. She duced to this elegant heiress, Jack?" brother to marry me-hush don't ex- lerton, tranquilly; for when a woman puzzled to say. He was, however
t: waited to-day simply because the '"Not if I know it, thank you If I claim, and don't deny it; I know ex- has made up her mind to tell lies she very certain that Miss Rose had the,
friend she had promised to ride with had a chance, I should decline the actly what you are going to say, so is generally mistress of the art. "Sheis loveliest eyes and the sweetest
declined to go out in heavy thunderstorm honor. A woman of that descriptionis you needn't say it." Lady Ellerton a Quakeress," she added calmly."A ner of any woman he had ever man-
v i for which exercise of wise discretion I would had red. I don't think met,
revolting. go a long way got very you Quakeress! How amusing! I including all the Eastern hotiris ,
I Kate heartily despised her. to avoid coming across her." are at all to'blame, my dear ; if I hada don't think I ever met one in society whom his memory dwelt with so much upon
She was getting very impatient. There The shower was over. The two great friend worth fifty thousand before; does she say thee and thou?" fondness.He .
3;'" seemed no end to the straight white |. friends nodded to the shopman and pounds, and,a nice impecunious brother "Oh, no; that is out of date now," devoted himself to her the whole
Ik-' rain shafts that. came swiftly down | took their departure. After a minute I should do my best, too, to bring replied Adela, quoting her friend's evening, and during the next it
from the heavy clouds. :Miss Ingleby's : or two Kate came into the front of the about a coalition of forces; but, Adela, information on the subject; but you was remarked that the froc'k day
\\m chestnut mare, led by a groom, was shop. let me tell you-it won't do!I" are not likely to speak to her, Jack- which by daylight was gray of cashmere-
r walking up and down outside. Kateloved Who were those two gentlemen ?" Kate, how you do jump at conclu- she won't interest you, poor little instead of silk-was never without the
her dearly; but there is a limit to she asked of the man. sions !" murmured Adela confusedly, thing. And now, really, my dear attendant figure of handsome Jack
affection, and at last she got quite tired "The slight dark one is Viscount for :Miss Ingleby had stated the case boy, we must go and dress for dinner; Dormer in close proximity. Lady EI-
I of watching her. On the opposite side miss-Lord eldest "
Kyrle, Greyrock's exactly. look at the time. lerton and her easy-going husband
l ; of the street was a bookseller and son." "My dear, it won't do; I am not "By the way, Ady," said the young who had promised ,to do his part-,
librarian, to whom she was accustomedto "And the fair one?" going to run the chance of being man, as he followed Lady Ellerton upstairs which, as his wife said, was only to
subscribe for the few three-volume Mr. Dormer, a great traveler, miss; snubbed by any man, not even by the I hear an outrageous character hold his tongue-looked on ;with
s novels which at odd times she skimmed he has just returned from the East." brother of my greatest friend. I refuseto of that friend of yours, :Miss Ingle- amusement and with satisfaction. As
through. It struck her all at once Kate colored hotly. meet Mr. Dormer, and I am not by; she is not here, I suppose?" to the Quakeress herself, it was difficult -
that her uncle was dining at his club She mounted her horse and rode "
coming to Fosborough next week. "Oh, dear, no!I" to explain what was in her mind
that night, that she herself had no away; and it was characteristic of her Who could have believed that so "Well, I'm glad of it, for I am sureI about the gigantic fraud she was .
engagement, and that she had no book that she utterly forgot to call for the simple a statement could have created shouldn't have liked her." her innocent victim.perpetrating
2l of an exciting nature wherewith .to friend she had promised to ride with. such a storm? You will see her next week at the i She was very upon reticent the sub-
while away the solitary evening. She Instead of going anywhere near this i Lady Ellerton sprang to her feet as Wigrams' ball." ject, even "when chance upon threw her
:;t; I gathered up her habit in one hand and lady's house she turned her horse south- though she had been.shot; she turned Well, I shan't dance with,her, thatis alone in the society her friend,and
-- sallied forth, picking her way gingerlyacross ward and rode impetuously up to a hot and cold, red and white, by turns; certain." receiving the laughing 'congratulations -
the muddy street. She went certain doorway in South Belgraviawith she stormed and she raved; she en- "Won't you, my friend !I" muttered upon her acting with an extra-
into the back part of the shop, and which she was familiar. treated and she coaxed; she declared between her lips a young lady, who ordinary quietness and a silence which
j stood turning over a whole heap of 41 Is Lady Ellerton in ?" that without Kate she would be un- in the gathering twilight stood above !. was truly remarkable. It is, how-
works of fiction which lay piled together Her ladyship was in her room dress- done-her party be a failure,her housea them upon an upper flight of stairs. ever, to Be surmised that she threw
on the counter. ing for her drive, she was told. howling wilderness, wherein every- "We will see about that!I" herself into the part con amore, and
,rl Miss Ingleby had a tall, well-made She bounded up stairs, two steps at body would be bored to death; and, Jack Dormer took Mrs. Halket into that the character she was portraying
't 2 figure, which looked its best in a riding at a time, and burst like a whirlwind worse than all, her private theatricals dinner-was rather pretty but ex was in no way unpleasant to her, for
t habit. She was a handsome girl, and into the front bed-room. would have to be put off altogether. cessively dull lady on the other side she evinced much willingness to be
r yet her beauty was not of the order Good gracious, Kate I how you Finally, she burst into a passion of of him was Miss Ritchie, with a loud led into retired shrubbery walks, and
t4 t that is universally admired. She had startled me !I" I angry tears, which threatened to end voice-she on the contrary was lively, showed no indisposition to unduly
3 bright brown eyes, a small retrousse( 1 Lady Ellerton, a pretty little woman in a fit of hysterics. over-lively, indeed, to suit him-and linger in distant green-houses and
'. nose, a mouth that was full of decisionand of some two-and-thirty years, whose Then, suddenly, Kate relented. : she was moreover singularly plain. summer-houses; so that Mrs. Ritchie
: ; character, and a small head well delicate pink-and-white fairness, good well then I'll and I'll I Jack who
"Very come, was a perfect epicure on made spiteful remarks about the aptitude
1 ; set upon her shoulders. She wore her temper, and circumstances act in the theatricals-but the of felt
prosperous on one condition subject women, intensely of Quakeresses for flirtation, in
''f dark brown hair cut short all round generally, had somehow preserved her only. None of the people you bored between the two. In the inter spite of their charity-school-like personal -
her head, like a boy's, and in a profu- from looking her full age, sat beforethe have asked for the week know me. I vals of eating dinner and keeping upa appearance, and Lady Sal murmured
sion of thick crisp curls, upon whichher toilet-table arranging the pale blue shall not come in my own name, butas desultory and forced conversation, some not original allusions to
riding-hat now sat a little bit to bows of her "
bonnet-strings. else. his wandered
somebody eyes perpetually across those quiescent waters whose springs
? one side, with a decidedly rakish air. Adela, I have seen him!I" cried "What do you mean?" the table to where, exactly oppositehim are supposed to run in the depths of
Miss Ingleby had many accomplishments Kate, sinking down on her knees by "I shall come, not as :Miss Ingleby, sat a young lady in a high gray profundity.
t i tl,, but they were all of one char the side of her friend. the heiress, the fast, slangy girl-she silk dress. The dress was the first Of course Jack never thought of
trc'4 ; acter. She could ride, fish and swim; Lady Ellerton looked nervously jerked out the words spitefully butas thing that struck him about her. Therewas taking his Quakeress to the stables-
she was a good actress and a clever round to see if her maid was still in Miss Rose,the Quakeress, the daughter all around him a great exhibitionof the only place for which :Miss Rose
mimic; moreover, she could smokecigarettes the room, but finding that that damsel of your old governess." bare necks and shoulders, and off experienced unhealthy'longings,which
: with enjoyment, and shootrabbits had discreetly retired, she inquired : Miss Rose!-a Quakeress!gasped t arms displayed in all their unlovely she had some difficulty in suppressing.
{ with precision. In addition to "Seen who? Not Jack?" Adela Ellerton. length. Jack, who was fresh from a He was fond of horses, and would
, all this, she was the actual possessor of Yes, Jack, as you call himyourbrother Yes, my name is Rose, Katherine long residence in the East, where the like to have gone to them himself l
fifty thousand pounds comfortably in Mr. Dormer." Rose that will be true in
so enough. charming mystery of veiled womanhood and smoked his pipe there
vested in government securities. With Lady Ellerton continued to pat down "But a Quakeress-how can you do had exercised a strange fascina peace arid comfort. But it would
z all ,these ,advantages, it was perhapsnot the flaxen curls of her fringe with loving it ? Shall you say thee and thou?" tion over his somewhat overrefinedand have been profanity to have sub
7 wonderful that this young lady fingers, regarding her pretty face No, that is out of date-they don't sensitive mind, regarded these jected this sweet, old-fashioned
ttr had a very high opinion of nerself. attentively in a hand- lass the while. do it now; but I shall wear drabs and customs of modern English life with blossom of :a girl to the odors of stables -
; t Kate had heard it said that if you Well?" she inquired unconcernedly and be demure oh demure akin
to
;>m** grays, very something disgust. and tobacco, and to the lowering
wish others to think well of you, you turning her head from side to ;-your brother will think me "It is a remnant of barbarism !I" atmosphere of a stable yard. It did
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should begin by thinking well of your side. charming !I" said Jack to himself, and then his eyes cross Jack's mind once to think that
self. She was determined to stand "I hate him!I" said Kate, with tragic Don't be. sarcastic ; but surely it rested once more with satisfactionupon it might be a nuisance to marry so
well in the opinion, of other people; solemnity.Lady can't be done-somebody will recog- the young,lady opposite him. delicate and pure a creature, from
to be liked apd admired was a mono Ellerton "
jumped, and the nize
you. Her dove-gray dress was softenedat whom the coarse influences of dally
P mania with her; so she set a good example glass fell out of her hand the She tossed her off .
upon hat and seized a the throat by folds of white tulle life must be forever carefully guarded.But
to mankind by admiring and dressing table. hair-brush. Away vanished all the her sleeves were long, only display:. after all, one can't have everything
liking herself immensely. Good 'gracious !I" crisp dark little curls that ,rippled allover ing the rounded whiteness of her and anything was better than
As she stood in the far backgroundof Andhehates, me," continued }'IissIngleby her head, a straight parting, flat- wrists and arms up to the elbow. the fashionable girl of the present day,
:Mr. Adams the bookseller's shop, in,a deep voice of horror. tened locks back either side friend
s falling on Then from looking at her dress he such a one, for instance, as his
there entered two gentlemen, who, Do you mean to tell me that you lowered eyelids, a ,little perked-up began to look ,at her face. Her long Kyrle had described to him.
E came running in for ter, and who stood in the doorwaywith already? What crushing bad the whole of himself
expression her face, almost cast. If she looked up, the glances mer was obliged ,to confess to
their backs turned toward her, luck What"did he say to you?" her very features,seemed to be changed from her beautiful brown eyes seemedto that he was over head and ears in
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,leaning upon their dripping umbrellas. Nothing. Lady Ellerton burst out laughing. him to be modest and intelligent.He love with Miss Rose. .
:Mr. Adams bowed obsequiously" and" What did" you say to him then ?" / "My dear child, everybody says noticed that when she talked 't to On the last evening of her visitthere
addressed one of them as "My lord," Nothing, she repeated, gloomily, rightly, that you'are the cleverest amateur her.'neighbor her voice was low and were to be private theatricals at
begging him to take a seat. My lord, Then; what on earth-are you actress in London Why, I'don'tbelieve gentle; how different she seemed from Fosborough Court. A small farce was
however, a slim young man of abotwentyeight ut mad, Kate?-for goodness sake explain James not a
that even ., would recognize all 'the other women! How simple to be acted before a select but
declined to be seated you.i" how womanly, how good, was the expression large audience; and the name of it
and went on talking to his friend. "I was in a shop ; they came in- Sir James must be in the secret, of' ,in her quiet face!1Vho was, was The Girl of the Period"
Kate glanced once at the two figures your brother and a dreadful friend of course, but no one else.; it will only be she, he wondered, and then suddenly "Are you going to act Miss: Rose: 'r'
in,the doorway, and she noticed that his, Lord Kyrle." for four and then I 'the he
days, go on .to recollected; of course this was Miss asked Jack of his tdivinity."Oh' .
my lord's, friend was tall and fair, Adela nodded; the "dreadful friend"was Wigrams. You agree_? All right Rose, the Quakeress. no ; I could not," she an-
broad-shouldered and decidedly good- a particular crony of her own;but then I come !I'"' After dinner, when the gentlemen: swered. ,,
r looking. She did not think, however, she let that pass. And if I. don't make that'young joined'the ladies; he went straight up No-acting is not in your line, l'ube
that she had either of them
I. ever seen They began talking about me ; man fall head over ears in love with to her and s down beside her., bound; are,the last person on
you
before,so she paid particular atten- Lord Kyrle said j

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of yourself." part like that," he went on in a whis- i telling him he must. really marry her; II New Advertisements. IT STANDS-. THE' HEADl'

At this moment Lady Ellerton burst the handsome, dashing Miss Ingleby, -

wildly into the room, with an open : per."Did it'pain you?" She lifted her whom other people called,"fast," but I TliPlf- WILL FIT. '.,-..a-.2". '.

telegram in her hand. i dark eyes and fixed them upon him, whom Adela swore,,by.Declaring that'I t, I H F V. ARE STYLISH. I TheDOMESTIC'Light-Runuing' '-.'., .;
\What am I to do ?" she cried. I : with an earnest, yearning look in her good heart and her..true, sterling WILL PLEASE YOU. .' : .. ,';

am in perfect. despair. Here is a tele- i them; how different was now their amply made up fpr-a littl.e.1 I Icharict '' -MEN'S FINE SHOES '".......................-...........-....:..........-....................!-......
gram from Miss Grey to say that she expression from that which he had over-exuberance of spirit,in her ma'nner : : :

cannot come, grandmother is dead. seen in them.half an hour ago! ? the Miss Ingleby.vjhp rode, and I I '
Oh what shall I do 1 1" "Yes," he murmured back, "be- fished, and swam, and acted yes,and }I '- 7 s% HAND-MADE .".............-.......-...................... .:........-................:

Sow Miss: Grey" was supposed to I cause I love you, and you know it," smoked ..cigarettes-Miss.-Ingleby, the |, y b =. GOODYEAR WELT3 i,.;
be the leading lady" upon whom all The charades were,going on upon the heiress and little :Miss Rose, the Qua- I This cut shows the new style of wood work
the success ,of the night's /entertainment 1?stage, and,the audience was in ,semi- keress, were one' and the/isame: person MACHINE that the company i imwiiitrodming.Artistically ; a
depended, and without whom darkness. She lowered l her eyes, anda Jack walked straight across the room 6 yS C 1. SEWED. I

"The Girl of the Period must needs faint smile upon herlips; was it of .and stood before her. II I II
"Miss: Kate he said __
Ingleby, looking I
fall to the ground. There was, however joy or was it.of triumph? A little of her full in the face, "you have taken me
no MIPS Grey in existence. Oh, each, perhaps. "I love you as you in shamefully." I I
what shall I do !I" cried Lady Eller- are, and yet everything you say and She colored deeply all over her cheeks
ton wringing her hands'and almost in .do is right, in my eyes, because it is I and throat and up to the very roots of MADE! BY
tears (after all, she was almost 'as fine you," he went on passionately. I her hair. Then she raised her'dark eyes HATHAWAY SOULS & HARRINGTON
to his him with
at
A twinkle in her downcast looking penitently a ALWAYS RELIABLE. I
actress as Kate Ir.gleby). "All eye. I
an little on her brow like
pucker ,
a naughty These roods are made in all the Leading Style rii i
the people are asked, and the supper "Even. the cigarettes? she murmured child waiting to be scolded. and Sold Everywhere by first-class dealers. We I
use first-class stock and .p
and the stage scenery have arrived, "Whatwas I to do?".she-said depreca- workmen.As we have had employ more and none longer but eaperienceinGoodyearVe1t4 skilled- I
and how can I put it all offl I 0, Jack'hat "I forgave you even that; no other I tingly. "I had the misfortune to fall! in turers MEN'S FINE SHOES than,It Is any acknowledged other manuTae-by'
do could have acted that and !, love with you at first sight, in a book- 'nil that we take the lead. Ask your dealer for the
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woman yet
I to
,
\ am seller's HATHAWAY SOULE & HARRINGTON SHOE, it
wet and
shop, one morning, at you are looking for a good article at medium t t, i
sensation of i a price.
My dear girl, I'm awfully sorry, produced no disgust uponme the same time I had the mortification of -- -- --
I'm sure. I don't know what can be ; and yet, dearest, tell me that you hearing ;you say you did .riot' wish to I
dune : can nobody else take her part?" love me, and that for my. sakeyou know me. I could think of no other I ONTO. CURES:: J.VOJ.A."Y. I 71JIiBeaatiGil.
10.Vho is there? :Miss Ritchie will never smoke a cigarette again in way of persuading :you to think!! better of DICKEY'SPAINLESS '
the old maid and Mrs. life?" me than the character your friend gave WATER ;
does sprightly your ?" she EYE
me. Won't :you forgive me added
Halket the timid mother, and Colonel "I will never smoke a cigarette softly. .-. ;

Spriggs the heavy father, and George again in my life," she answered ; and lIe tried to frown, but a smile was in RELIEVES in AT a few ONCE.hours.Cures Gives inflamed NO PAHV.and I
Andrew the lover. He is the onlyone she kept her word. But she would his eyes. Price,25 cents a bottle. Ask for it.
other On one condition-will be mar- DICKEY & ANDERSON,Prop'rs Bristol, Tenn. .
that
you
that can act a bit except :Miss give him no answer to ques- "
ried in Quaker dress? ---- l
Grey; the whole thing depended upon tian, although he urged her to do so. "Yes your, if I am to be married to you, \ Without a I'eer.

her:and who is there who can take "Will you tell me to-morrow" nightat Jack!" she answered, speaking his name WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE. IX ITS MECHANICAL COSSTKCCTION
her part?" Wigrams' ball, then? for the first time with that sweet timid-
Then Miss Rose said very hesitatingly "Do Quakers go to balls?" ity which a man loves to hear upon the MERCHANT, IT HAS NO RIVAL!
0, Lady Ellerton, I'm afraid I How can I tell-you will go, will lips:: of the woman he loves. COMMISSION
As to Lord Kyrle, he was made to feel -A D-- The new lines of attachment that are
should do it very badly ; but if you you not? You are going to stay with that he had put his foot very much intoit now being placed with each "Dnme -tic'.
are in such a difficulty I would do my the people close by, I hear; they will on a certain wet morning in Adams Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber, are specialties. Xo other machine has them

very best, if you have really no one surely take yon." the bookseller's shop. :Nevertheless, BY THE CARGO These make the attachments"Domestic"more antI the new than wood-work-
ever.wiyiout
else; I would try-I learn very quickly "In my gray frock?" she asked witha Kate always declared herself to be undera question, r
heart and show smile."What. debt of gratitude to him;for had it not
by you might me. For: Domestic or Export Trade
been for his remarks concerning her slie ,
"My dear, you are an angel, a darling does your frock matter? would never, she declared, have been so The M1 Acknowledged Standard of ..
!I" cried Adelia rapturously, clasp- You are always lovely in my eyes. If bent upon proving to Jack that it was FERN ANDI A, FLORIDA. Excellence. '
ing :Miss Rose in her arms. "Howtoo you love me you will be there to meet possible for him to fall .in love with .
dear and good of you I can't me." "that horrid girl."-Belgravia.An .
----- SEWING MACHINES, -FOR SALE BY- 1
in her
well she answered
tell you how grateful I am. "Very ,
"You are the first person in the quiet Quaker-like manner. And he Open Frank tetter.-It is!: by ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, HENRY HOB BIN

world to do a kind and goodnaturedaction could get nothing more out of her. should no means have strange received that the Dr.following David Kennedy letter. For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices la

,'' whispered Jack in her ear, The next morning Miss Rose had By reading it you will :see in one minute I FERXANDINA, FLORIDA. ,'
almost flatly contradicting the very taken her departure before the rest of why its writer could recommend it.-[En.] -\LSoATTACHU -
the assembled late break- Mr.:J. W. Horner, traveling agent for Am- of every description, and
last remark he had made to her. But party at a '
bach, Bur ander & Co., Baltimore, Md., Z NTII a for any Sewing Machine, Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
he in that idiotic condition of fast table. "
was says : My head felt bad and I was suffer- for sale. Address, f
mind with regard to her, when what- The ball was crowded; the party ing from indigestion. A trial of' Favorite '.
DOMESTIC SEWINGMACHINE CO.. ,
Remedy' made me feel like a new man. I Old Machines
ever a woman does or says, or leaves from Fosborough Court arrived very repaired at moderate
cheerfully]] recommend it to all needing a prices. RICHMOND. VA.
unsaid or undone, seems to be equally i late. As Jack Dormer edged his way medicine of the kind." HENRY HOBEIX.

perfection in a man's eyes. Nevertheless through the block of people at the Corner Third and Ash Streets, :Mott's Sweet Cider at lOco a quart, at
when Miss Rose had been his over the 8 Fernandina Fla.
car- doorway eye ran eagerly JACOB KLARER'?.
ried away by his sister to be drilled I bright partierre of well-dressed wo- $500,000 A YEAR

and coached, he could not help own- men ; he saw there many beautiful ,

ing to himself that, amiable and good- faces, many brilliant dresses, much .- .. IJ1
matured as was Miss Rose, he feared glitter of diamonds upon white necks C I :.<". ., : '" .. ." ...t ......;..',I.(.'.f.III .,.
STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN, .. ..,,,..,.:.!
that her acting would be a failure. and arms, but nowhere the little gray ,'I
"At such a short notice, and such a dress and the quiet demure face of the NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES FAMILY GROCERIES J
AND CANADA
Poor so wholly foreign to her nature! girl he looked for:-a pang went through PANIES. TROY EXPRESS, N. Y.COM II IIm
little how she do it his heart she
girl, can ? ; was not there then !
It was with very nervous feelingsthat Then suddenly through an opening in The strength of Rome lay not in her mul- I IJ! .
titude, nor in her grain-laden fleets. These .
Jack watched the curtain the crowd, he saw-what?
go up i
were elements of strength, but her
before a crowded audience that eve- A lovely woman clad in white, but failing resource lay in the self-control never-and WHITNEB & SCHUYLER
white that was not so much the garbof discipline of Roman soldier! Disciplineit -
mngHe saw upon the stage Miss Rose, virgin simplicity as the imperial is the very soul toall the wonderful"mean-
the
word
ing possessed by veteran. Mr.
and yet :Miss Rose mysteriously trans- whiteness of a queen-a white that Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in the ex- 1
formed-a wealth of dark. curls over shone with the lustre of rich satin press business. "Thirty-three years," he t.
her brow, a red satin dress made in softened by the fall of costly laces; said to your reporter "I've stood at this .
desk." It i is the discipline of of Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store,
the latest fashion, and the glitter of diamonds sparkled at her throat and rience which gives him the position years he holdsin expe- '
diamonds upon her white, smooth ears, and glittered in shining circlets the trust and esteem of these three great .
throat; and then the saucy glance of about her round white arms. corporations.\\'e have a business of t.

her laughing eyes, that seemed as if Could this indeed be :Miss Rose, the $500,000 this office a hardly year, and a month I've in been all absent that time from, o. 47 CEJSfTR.E: : : Tri.m ir4T;: *

more than once they singled him out Quakeress? although I must confess that many times "Ui
of the audience before her; the easy She was not dancing; when she saw I've worked here when suffering great pain, ;(
gestures, the perfect enunciation, the him she smiled, and held out her handto for I've been troubled all my life with biliousness !I; f
natural talent with which she went him. and dyspepsia. My system had be- A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: '
come so reduced and weak that I had no
through a part in which she had acted How late you are-will you dance appetite and my digestion wholly disordered. f
many times before, filled him first with me?" I've tried various remedies/but almost

with amazement, and lastly with ad- "Will I not?" he answered, passing two Kennedy's years ago FAVORITE I happened REMEDY.to hit upon After Dr.

miration; she was more beautiful than his arm round her waist. using "Ii Ir.nllC bottle or so I began to feel Iii Iiij

he her had ever conceived her to be, and "What" have you done to yourself stronger has been in with every my way.digestion The, great but this difficulty seems FINE E GOCERIE TEA AND IEEE

acting was so marvelous that it to-night? he murmured in her ear. to regulate it perfectly. I have sir great ,
almost took away his breath. There "I have tried to make myself lovely Dr. Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. I j
came one scene wherein the Girl of in your eyes."Because ." have bought and given a great deal of It to
the around here those, know, l 1'1'!
the Period" had to smoke a cigarette. you love me?" who poor have no money to;buy medicine you of any

Miss Rose went through the performance "Because I love you," she answered kind, for there are a great many troubled Pure Spices, Canned Goods,
with a graceful ease which, although simply. with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid.

it made his heart stand still, And that waltz straightway becameas the. I house.always keep I consider FAVORITE it the best REMEDYin medi- .i, .

was yet very far from jarring against heaven itself to the infatuatedman. cine for the blood in the market. Well, I 1 1ImportBdPicklBS
his taste; the cigarette, as smoked by must attend to the matter for the western 4

!the Quakeress, became almost a :poet- "Hello, old chap, .you are making am part coming of the city.down to Say Ro'ndout, you tell to the see Doctor him in I I t l raid Alices Dried Fruits Nuts ,

ical and feminine action. Nothing, the running famously with the. heiress August. I want to know him." I,'left the ,
he said to himself, can vulgarize her; !I" This was from Viscount Kyrle, veteran, still at his post, rejoicing in healthnd
she is the innate embodiment of a lady who stood behind him, and slappedhim grateful to Dr. Kennedy.C. .
in mind." playfully the back.
on
C. STRATTON &
Nevertheless, he was glad when the "Heiress? what heiress? How do, CO., .
AND CANDIES '
play was over. The curtain went Kyrle. I dod not expect to see you OF MACON, GEORGIA, CRACKERS -
down amid thunders of applause, and tonightVhom are you speaking ,: "'V *?.::Vl*"

Miss Rose, in her gray silk Quakeress about?" MADE THE MODE BRO'S, :Jn?

garb, came back presently and sat "About Miss Ingleby, to be sure, HAVE Fla., the author- ,,
down among the audience, while some the fast young woman I warned you ized Agents to contract for the sale of their Toilet Soap and Perfumery, ;:

impromptu charades were being acted against !I" said his friend, laughing. BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties '
pv the others. I really don't know whom you Best Brands Family: Flour, ]; ,
Jack made room for her beside him. mean, Kyrle." wishing to purchase will get all in- \;.- ..
formation from them.
"How did I do it?" she whispered Oh ho 1 a good joke, my boy, when Samples as of regards different prices qualities and stylescan : Choice Butter and Cheese, Y;;
to him. have been be at the office of
you just dancing with her, seen : .
"It was perfect. I am speechlesswIth and she wouldn't dance with anybodyuntil MODE BRO'S,

amazement at your acting. I you came." 26 Fernandina. L'; >- .. >.>. :*;... "< .: :. Hams, Bacon, Lard, etc.

had no idea you were so cever.! This He looked across the room.. Miss '' :<' ::.:,:; ;i.f :. .. ';:;' i'
McGlFFIX '
praise was grateful to her; she was Rose stood talking to his sister her JAMES : ': ': '
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conscious of having acted her best. face was glowing with animation and CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER :: \;:.':',.:':' :.: / :l:{ : '.r >;. .

"If you had studied the part for excitement. The Quakeress in her .F' : :" 'CIG-.A AND TOBACCO. '
weeks, you could not have done it bet- little 'gray frock seemed to have van- Alachua Street, between Second and Third, .', -.
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ter. She had studied it for weeks. ished. Suddenly the scales fell from "; : .T' i :
She played with the buttons of her Jack Dormer's eyes, and he perceivedthe FERNANDIXA, FLA. < '. : .:: :' 6' t

glove and held her ', ,:::,.:"..:
tongue. "It was truth. His sister's greatest friend, Orders and estimates from a distance care- _". :;<' ".. ;'; ;

dreadful to me to see you act that whom she had written so often about, ully attended to. *tf. '. ?Free : Delivery., Fresh. Supplies "Weelcly.\,.'. '.. .-'.,' mat'S."',: >;,' ).:

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. an appointee of the Governor as a MANUFACTURES AT THE SOUTH. North Carolina, the marbles of Tennessee and in, our new

staff officer. The Superintendent of |. -and North Carolina the fish- constitution it
should be raised.
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. THE TRUE LESSON OF THE NEW, OR- If it is
Schools should be a part of the depart- LEANS EXPOSITION.A eries of the Gulf coast, 'the great S2 it would then be very raised to

Subscription, 82> per year; six months $1.f ment of the Secretary of State and writer in the Century for June fruit producing peninsula Florida, and any man who would reasonable,

Office corner Centre and First streets second floor the Commissioner of Lands a subor- says that the South has not exhibitedat have all made their mark for good. because he was required to complain
pay 82
dinate of the Comptroller's office. New Orleans much evidence of annually for the protection
BATES OF ADVERTISING. THE PUBLIC HEALTH. of his
Ten cenls'a line for the.first, and fire cents for COUNTY OFFICERS. its manufacturing industries, and person_and rights, he must
Sheriffs Clerks of The. public health is 'matter surely be
counties Coroners a
4, each. subsequent insertion. draws the conclusion "that the old a very poor sort of a man.
Special local notices, 15 cents a line. and Judges of Probate should of supreme importance. The City For this
Southern little not
stock-very changedby sum only
covers the
Reading notices,25 cents a line. protection
Council is
be elected the for
electors of primarily
by responsible
? the infusion of blood since to himself
Special rate for time advertisements upon application new and family but if
at the office.Communications. their respective counties, and hold the health of the city. The warm he has
the war-has no aptitude for the no property, it also
c- office for four The Sheriff season which is ad- covers the edu-
upon all matters of local inter' years. now upon us
the
small economies, close application cation of his children.
'' i Two
est solicited from all parts of the county and from should hold no other office and be monishes us that every precaution dollars
along the lines of Florida railways.All the attention to detail, and the j poll tax, therefore, would be
ineligible for four thereafter to should betaken to insure the clean- exceedingly
communications intended for publication years
j mastery of machinery, required for reasonable.But .
should be addressed to the Editor: all business 're-election to such office. Tax cot=: liness of our streets and of the prem-
f( letters simply to TilE FLORIDA MIRROR. successful manufacturing. if a tax is imposed it
d lectors should be elected for two ises of every family and person. should
This may be true as a generalization be collected from all alike.
SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1885. years. Assessors,shall be elected in The city cannot be kept healthy by If any
and reflect discredit
yet no on I escape paying: their taxes
I then
each civil district, as may be pro- any partial or merely remedial meas- the
SUGGESTIONS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL our people. They think, very justly, burden of taxation is increased
f" vided for by law, .and the County ures. The sources of disease lie in on
'REVISION.The that to become a manufacturing peo- those who do pay,just in
Assessor in addition bad water and bad proportion
be air-the two
I article of our consti- might
present ple is not the highest attainment of to the amount of delinquent
elected when provided for by law. vital sustaining sources of life being taxes.
tution and
relative to eligibility
suffrage civilization., although it is desirable .But how is,the government
There should be elected in the air and water. Our to collect
pure pure City
is last the
put as though that a reasonable proportion of the poll tax from those who
several counties Commissioners Council instead of giving its atten- have no
County ,
had been ,
subject forgotten or was
human industry should be devotedto property ? That is the
'" to be composed of such tion to this most important matter point. It is
deemed of the least ,
consequence.By manufactures. If, we were to time each citizen subject to
right it should stand next to the members, and elected in such manner measure the prosperity and happiness presents the unseemly spectacle of a should pay it promptly to the tax
and for such be contest the of the colored the collector -
period as on part
Bill of Rights and numbered Article may
; of a people by their contentment without suit or trouble.
law. The members to enforce the ofa nut
2.In. provided by Legislature purchase
we. should find that manufac- experience teaches us that it
should laws confer defective mule for the benefit of .. will not
lieu of Section 1 of the present : by general upon turing communities are the most be done. The taxes
I the boards of commissioners the city marshal. on property can
Article we would prefer to have it county prone to discontent, revolt and dis be collected by sale and the
of the several counties of the State Rigid sanitary measures shouldbe poll tax
read follows
as : tress. With the wages of labor reduced of the citizens who own
such of local and at once enforced. The property can
legislation followingrules
"Section 1. male of powers
Every person by sharp competition, oversupply be collected the same
administration the of the Board of Health of Savannah way and the
as Legislature -
iajIfff the of 21 of whatever
; age years, race, or the avarice of employers expenses of the collection added
but
might from time to time deem should be rigidly enforced ,
color condition expe-
nationality or previous the operatives are constantly in the case of the individual who
dient. The Treasurer shouldbe here :
who shall have been a citizen County rising in revolt, organizing labor has no property there is much diffi-
I : ; for ten and inhabitant of ,appointed by theBoard of County 1st. The. streets should be kept
; S days an strikes, and striving to force capitalists culty in getting the tax unless lie
4 the State for one next preceding Commissioners.Under scrupulously clean ; no garbage
} year to yield to 'their demands for willingly pays. Some States it is
these provisions the Legis- should be seen in the streets after ,
election and in the
an county fair wages. Again, we have the said, put such delinquents in
prison
lature can the matter of 9 o'clock in the ,
for six months and for the last 30 arrange morning.2d.
constant report of the bankruptcyof and hold them until the tax is
paid.
l 5 days a resident of the election dis- county government and county of- the manufacturers. The premises of every house While this be just it is
ficers. We favor the election of a should be kept entirely clear of all may expen-
trict in which he offer his vote
may The Southern people are engagedin sive and costs the State a good deal

shall be entitled to vote at such elec- County Commissioner in each civil the safer business of producingthe accumulations of garbage, slops, etc., more than the tax would be worth.

tion in the election district of which district as a county legislative body, raw materials for putting in ope- and everything removed at least Some States require that citizen -
I but the details be left to twice a week. every
can safely
he shall at the time be
a resident, ration the workshops of the world, shall pay this tax before he can
for all officers that the Legislature.A 3d. All hotels and boardinghousesshould
;L3 now or hereafter and her people are peaceful and con- vote. This seems to be just and fair

ts; ; may be elective by the people, and tented. is be policed and all garbage,
Manufacturing it
COMMERCIAL PORT. progress- I as operates on all. If a man obstinately -
[ and slops etc. removed to safe distance
all which be a -
yA questions
upon may The Timcs-Union thinks we are ing in a gradual and satisfactory refuses to pay the small
submitted the of the from the city every day at an
to vote
people. way-quite as fast as the country of
inaccurate in saying: sum poll tax required of him for
' early hour in the Pru-
' The third section should be omitted morning.
demands. If do build
we not the of the iit
Jacksonville hopes to be a commercialport up support government,
dence for the lives of
a regard
as making an invidious distinc- ; it is certainly not so now. Neither large cities and a few large fortunes, our not just for the law to say to him,
families and for the
health
Naturalized steamships of any size or large vessels can the average wealth of our people is reputa- since you refuse to perform this

voters should no more beobliged come there. It receives nine-tenths of, its greater.Mr. tion of our city, should induce the small .. while
duty cannot
merchandise by rail or through other Council'active you persisting
and
; sea- City. ,, persistent t
l to present their naturalization
Smalley probably a New Eng- in: this unlawful course have
ports. The uniform law of enterprise will work in this matter. If we maintainthe ,
t t 4 papers than a certificate of their build up a prosperous town, but no uniform lander, thinks there is an instinct of any control in the management of

1 f birth, if brought in question to be law will make a commercial city where skillful handicraft in the New Eng- reputation of our, city for health, the government.It .

proved as in other cases. Articles 2 there is no commerce and no ship can enter; land people. As it was a very long we shall have our hotels, boarding- therefore seems reasonable that

' and in reply : houses, cottages and vacant rooms
and 3 of the constitution says
present period before manufactures were this change should be made here if
Our busy streets and wharves and the sail filled with summer visitors. The
; ii should,be omitted. Article 2 estab- and steam vessels in the river are sufficient introduced into New England after the poll tax is not increased, but if
Board of Health has
lishes the seat of government, which proof of the "inaccuracy" of these state. its settlement, and the Old World is ample powers it be increased to $2 it will be only

is a matter of legislation, and Article3d ments. It is hardly necessary for us to say full of instructive labor; it is the instinct and ought to exercise them fearlesslyand just and right. The tax on propertycan

: 1t as to distribution of powers of that the article on "CommercIal Cities" of habit, the instinct of neces- determinedly.If be collected by sale, but there is
was not written in a spirit of controversy.It the City Council fails in its
government, is a platitude. Article sity. The South is trouble about fair
was to bring out clearly the great truth so liberally sup- getting a assessment -
the Board of Health
4 duty we hope
1 ; 3d should embrace the legislative that Major Sears dwelt on in the paper he plied with the products of the inge- and an assessment of all the

j tli powers. The present article needs read before the American Society of Civil nuity of New England that she will do all it can to supply the property.

I; revision and classification. Article Engineers, namely, that the building up of finds it more profitable to buy the omission, and if necessary, we hope Having the counties divided into
commercial cities is the result of fixed natural the power will be given by the con-
13, relative to census and apportionment laws of trade. We have no more desire machine-Inaqej article than to occupy districts to fix the value of all the

ment, ,should form a part'of the than the Mirror has to pull down anyone time hich can be more ad- stitution to abrogate an inefficient taxable real estate of their districts,

J article of legislative powers. town to build up another. There is room vantageously used. city council and establish a provis- once,.say in four years, or two years,

The allotment of Senators and for all, and business will centre at the placeto ional government. The people will
The New Orleans Exposition was would, it is believed, make a decided
j should be which it naturally flows ; it is a case of not stand by and see the City Coun-
Assemblymen changed so the survival of the fittest. intended"much more as an exhibitof improvement on the present system.

F that the number of Senators and Webster that is the raw material than of manufac- cil neglect their duty. We know The only fair rate of assessment i is:
says commerce there are some men in the Council
Xi. Representatives should not exceed exchange of merchandise tures. There can be no manufac- its cash value. This can only be
on a large who will do all for the public
they can -
\ 100 the number fixed the State oft
by scale between different tures without the raw material. All reached by taking the average cash
places or
Tennessee. If a county has not sufficient communities, or extended trade or manufactures are made either of who interests uae only, while obstructionists.there are others Let sales as a basis or guide in the section -

voters to entitle it to a member cotton wool silk hemp iron in which the is situ-
traffic. "Port he is or property
says a place
'f the hold and the
good men on
$ of it should be peo-
Assembly joined where ships ride from wood. The South has all these ated.
; may secure ple will mark the obstructionists.
oMniamode
The increased
l to another. Twenty-five Senators storms. We respectfully insist that things except silk and hemp. It expenses
believed
of
st assessment it is
and seventy-five Representatives are Jacksonville is not "a commer- was wise therefore to exhibit; to the THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVEY would be amply met, in the increase

L enough. Separate Assembly Dis- cial port" in this sense. A few world the abundance of these raw: TION. of the taxes raised; but even if it

tricts should be made in counties schooners laden with lime, hay and materials. An exhibition of forty- Among the changes demanded in only secured fairness to the property

t j! having more than.one member. The ice; river steamers, however numerous two per cent. of 'all the wood products our constitution, the question of tax- holders it would be justified. There

State of :New York, with ,a population are changes needed in our organic
several thousand tons of of the :United States on the ation is among the most important. to
; it
law in relation to taxes, and is:
i;t of five millions, has only 128 stone dumped on the jetties, which part of Florida was a wise thing for Taxation generally may be based on be 'hoped that the convention will

1 : members of Assembly and 32 Sena- the Times-Union puts in its list of' Florida to do, and far more,impressive two general principles : First, the make the proper ones.-Correspondence -

,' tors. imports; a bar with but eight feet at i than a bale of manufactured protection of persons; second, the Palatka Neivs. .
I ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT. : ----------- '
M low tide and admitting vessels of goods. She called attention to only protection of property.If List of Letters

The provisions as to Governor and not over a draft of ten feet do not one of her resources, worth .many a citizen has no property he is Remaining the Post-Office at Fernan-
Lt.: Governor will probably not 1 be dina, Nassau county, Florida, June lItbe
; !
millions with the
and iron of in his
so his char-
14-, constitute a commercial port in the ; : protected person.in 1885. Persons calling for these letters

w changed. Four years is a reasonable sense.in which it is generally under- Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia, acter, and in his rights. This is say advertised :

term of office. Article S, administrative the of South Carolina valuable Alberty, Eliza Johnson. Peter
stood.A phosphates very service, tendered by Binie, ABrown Jntrell. William
<<* department, should be changed the mica and marble of North Carolina the Government, and it is necessary E B Jones, T J
Pti to "State Officers-How elected WESTERN Bell. Peter, James, King
liquor dealer a short etc. that each should contribute annuallya Cady, A B Kyser. MaryCnampiain

9 md term of office." Section 17 of time ago advised as follows: Having The superficial observer may not reasonable sum to the support of W C Leslie John

/!jArticle! V, providing for a cabinet of experienced a change of heart note the importance of this unveil- the Government for this protection.In Christ Dilworth, August, Kate Myers Mitchell, E )C frs

r i eight officers, should be' abrogated, through,, the blessed efforts of Bro.B. ing to the world the great undeveloped this, taxation should be equal on Fahenback Day, Silas W, Sluft.Mitchell Jame, Katy

t and in lieu thereof, under the headof and Sister S., I desire to state to resources of the. South, but it each as the protection is equal. The Goodin, Oliver Henry, Stewart. T

t 4' State Officers," the following c my numerous friends and patrons will bear great fruit in the future. .tax levied for this purpose is.the poll Gnant Garling, David, William Sharp Sneed, :Sarah MaryScatlett

"Section 1. The Secretary of'that at the end. of the current monthI The rapidly Diminishing forests of tax or per capita tax. This, tax, Harris G'W EmmalIarwe'u.
F E: Wyatt, R P
State, Comptroller, Treasurer and shall retire from the accursed the :North, 'tHe superiority of our under the constitution, cannot exceed S.T.PJDDELUP.M.For .

Attorney-General shall be chosen at liquor traffic forever. Until that coal and iron which enables .$1
---
pig per capita, per annum. Thisis ----- -----

a general election, .and shall hold time my stock on hand will be offeredat iron to be produced at a far less cost. a mere mite compared with the Sale.whose catalogue priceis
Avery good Organ
"
their offices for four 3Tears. greatly reduced rates.. Come one, than anywhere else in the United. protection that is rendered, .not by $165 will be sold at $55.
The Adjutant-General should be Come all i Also, a $00 Sewing Machine at&0.,,
States. of .
The
deposits
copper any means commensurate with it, MRS. MARY GODFEET.
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NOW RECEIVING, WEEKLY, LARGE SHIPMENTS OF



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

A LARGE LINE OFWHITE -

GOODS, J$ 5- =I 1=


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CONSISTING OF-
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Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, I '; Centre Street.FERAD1A i
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Linon de Deccas, etc.itDRESSGOODSSUMMER. o .
; FLORIDA,

Behold This constantly on hand a fine assort-
Big
Space
,, (III I: SILKSNUN'S 1 II III I ; EIGN KEEP and DOMESTIC of FRESH and PURE FOR-

I "a. .' ... .,)MODE BRO'S'have sold their stock down :-{
so low that they were compelled to send'tlieir 'T Drugs and Chemicals
VEILING GINGHAMS SEERSUCKERS ETC. r..
.
.1 Mr. I. A. MODE to visit the Northern
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''rand Eastern markets, to select for their already Homoeopathic: and Patent Medicines,
Laces Embroideries Hamburg Edgings-BA&GAINGin White; SPECIAL well-established trade AN ENTIRE ..:,
these Goods. NEW Spring stock in every department, Proprietary and Fancy Goods,

A FINE LINE OF NEW CLOTHING FOR MEf, YOUTH AND S which they will enumerate in the next FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
SPRING AND SUMMER BOYS ; ELEGANT CUT issue. Taking advantage of the lateness of 1'" ,

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

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

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

DOMESTIC GOODS I Linen Sheeting, Towels and [ HOSIERY AND GLOVES this instance to bring to this market the -
DOMESTIC GOODS I| Toweling! at Wholesale Prices. } UNDERSHIRTS. DRAWERS, largest and cheapest stock of Goods ever >: Jjfr Physicians Prescriptions

at J low prices. .# :FANCY )MATTINGS at Special Bargains A large stock of Ladies', brought to Florida. Examine their low ; carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at
Gents' and Misses' BOOTS AND SHOES at less: than regular prices. prices before buying. reasonable prices.
jgf Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars andover ::,: "
MODE BIRO'S:: : "1Q .-.....
sent FREIGHT PREPAID. -
'.' Leaders of Low Prices. .. -:;-i
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FINE STEAMSHIPS- PAUL FUNKE'S ::! .,cr."'0
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O1TY OF HA.IS" ANTONIO 1,080 TONS. occR0 ;

T.A.r-.rE OP TEXAS, 1,543 TON.CA11O :-; z:03.--:: -: -.00......... m I
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1,210 TONS. ? ::: Gy0 :: GDJBSTOHANGE

.::1(DRY GOODS EMPORIUM( I. C 1 5':/:rF1 z I

ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. i OF SCHEDULE

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ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville ,
Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

Tills Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New NEW SPRING GOODS. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA
York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
The traveling public are ollered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR Inland Steamboat Co.
PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment of
connections at FEKNAXDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD Spring Goods ever brought to Fernandina, consisting of Colored .

for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. Silks, Black Silks, Fancy and Plain-Parasols,Nun's Veiling, Cash- NO HEAT-NO! DUSTBUT '
JOHNS, OCKr A W AHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA; TRANSIT
Gloves Mitts
meres, Hosiery,
RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF
PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the 1.
PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
for LAKE WEIR. A Delightful Trip Along the Picturesque -
PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS
THROUGH KILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. Sea Islands.
,
For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to --

R. \V. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Feathers, Satines, Pique's' Ginghams, and in short everything to J86TA PERFECT SERVICE.-!
C. II. MALLORY & CO., be found in a well-appointed dry goods establishment. Special -- L
Pier 20 East New
River
York. 51- attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofCLOTHING THE IRON STEAMER,
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GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY,' ETC. m'

MEN, AND BOYS'

H. E. DOTTERER .. 4 ,

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which; cannot be beaten in the city, and which I am selling at ---- .
INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT '
OF astonishingly prices. Suits equal to custom-made at onehalfthe MARY MORGAN
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H- -L- *_ cost. Also, a large variety of Gents' Underwear and Furnish- ,
4ESIBR ing Goods of every description. on AND AFTER MAECH 29th,
FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
1 Will LEAVE FERNANDINA every Sun-
!. HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES day, Tuesday'and Thursday. ,
LEAVES-SA V AKNAH, foot of Lincolnst.
: ..every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
AGING for and Misses of all sizes at low Passengers North-bound connect at Savan-
MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE. ALSO IN THAT OF l\reIJ"Ladies prices. In Domestic -
nah with Rail and Lines and
Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains, and will not be Steamship ;
South-bound Savannah
Passengers reaching
FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY undersold. Linens and White Goods; are.among my specialties.! by Rail or the Ocean Steamship Company
Attention is also directed to my large assortment of from New York and Boston, or Boston &
Savannah Steamship Co., connect via the
: SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS Morgan with the Florida Railway &;Navigation ;
HOUSEWRNISHESTG GOODScomprising Company for

PURE AND OF GOOD ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA,
QUALITY.ESPECIAL everything in, that line,at prices to suit., Give me a

ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF call.' All orders by mail promptly; attended to, at CUBA AXD THE WEST INDIES,

NEW ORLEANS, TEXAS ASD MEXICO. ,.

-=i fFINE AND For tickets apply to Leve & Alden agencies -
TEAS COFFEES I PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM or any regular ticket agent.

-t- _*Ttt* --- +_ F. W. SIMMONS, .A ent.Fernandin ,
+ Fla.
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THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE C. WILLIAMS, Gen.Ag't,
,PROCUBED.TEW CENTRE STREET, Savannah, Ga.
A. o. MACDONELL,

GOODS Received 'l>y Every Steamer. FERNANDINA.: : : : : Gen.Pass.&Fernandina;Ticket Agent Fla.

D. E. MAXWELL,
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GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff-W. W. Tumblin, Starke:' Collector of Revenue-Thos..P. Shuler. wouixIiTiin:

t Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent ofSchools-Dr.T.H.Jackson, RETAIL.
United States Officers.LAND Santa Fe.Superintendent" '
MADISON COUNTY.
Schools L. B. Rhodes
of ,
OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Starke. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madison -
iltguter-L..A. Barnes, Gainesville. = =:=-= -==rH=T I -2-vZ irr=
BREVARD COUNTY.
Receiver-John P. llollins, Gainesville. Sheriff S. A. Parclmore, Madison. 5=-=g?i =- jSgsasiHiS Kaj ? =-ia3 IT P affsSrSS'EH nScs
Surveyor-General> County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison

0 DISTRICT COURT. Point. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry; M-
Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Madison. '
Thomas Settle Jacksonville.
Judge Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point.
Jfarshal-J. H.-Durkee, Jacksonville. County Treastlre-r.-s. S. Smith, Madison.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. card Collector of Retenue-D. W. McQuaig Bre Collector of llettnueB. D. Wads worth,.
County
:Madison. .
.' INTERNAL EEVENUE. Schools M. E. "
Superintendent of English, MANATEE
COUNTY.
Collector S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Titusville. 1_
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.
CALHOUN.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. _
,4- John.W. Ho well, Fernandina., ''. County Judge William Clark. Sherij-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
? Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Clerk-James S. Fannin. 1 Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton,
F. House. St. Augustine., Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Popash.

T.easurcr-J. P. Ricbards. Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward,
State O lcers. .- Collector of Ret'e1lue-Jo P. Atkins. Pine Level. i. +,
k Superintendent} of Se/tOols-W. G. Coxwell. MARION, COUNTY.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. CLAY COUNT County Judge-Samuel Marshall, Ocala
Governor-Edward A. Perry Tallahassee. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
a Lieutenant-Governor-Milton II. Mabry, Qmnty Judge-J. T. Copeland' Orange sheriff A. B. Crutchtield, Ocala.

Leesburg. j, Park. Collecor of Retenuc"T. F. Trantham,
Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. '
Tallahassee
a; Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, -
t Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Sc1/001s-)1. L. Paine,

ComptrollerV.. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort McCoy.:
+ Collector Relenue-A. S Chalker.
of MONROE .l..k--" ..
Treasurer-E. S. Crill.AttonieyGeneraJrG. COUNTY. ; -- -

U{ Commissioner of IAnds- coLtm COUNTY. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West.,
r Superintendent of Public Inst.ructifn-A. J. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of JetenucIaS011 Moreno,

( Russell, Jacksonville. > Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West.

ri?! Aljutant-General-David Lang. Slte-riff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent Schools--J,. V. Harris,Key L DD N@YE
SUPREME COURT. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. West. : t ,
Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer,
NASSAU COUNTY.
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wF Chief ticc--Geo. McWhorter..
; Lake City. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker Fernan- DEALER IN
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a' Axsociate Justice-George P. Ilaney, Talla- DADE. dina.
liassee.
County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY
Associate Justice-II. B. Van Valkenburgh, GROCERIES
Jacksonville. Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. ,
Sheriff" m. :\Mattaur.. Assessor of Tares-Wm. H. Garland, Fer-
Tallahassee.
Clerk-D. C. Wilson, and Grain
Hay Ship Stores
t Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. ,
i pr CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector of Ret'enue-\\ H. Benest. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott.. Fer-

First Circuit.-Augustus Maxwell, Pen- nandina. FURNITURE STOVES
DUVAL COUNTY. PAINTS
*": sacola. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- ,
Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- County; Judge William A. McLean, Jack- botham Callahan. CROCKERY HARD"\V AREVILLOyrARE

sonville. County Treasuree-Gueiav Stark, Fernandinit. -
= t see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. ,
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Fourth Circuit-James. Baker, Jackson- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. : ORANGE COUNTY.
ville. s Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- : County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando Prices Low as the Lowest.
Fifth Ci.rcuit-Thomas F. King, Gainesville sonville.
Clerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando. -
S et : i Collector of Ret'enue-\1oses. J. Brown, Collector of RevC/tUtJ-P. T. Hardman, Or- N. E.,.corner ('eJltr and Second JSis, Fernandina, I ,)n.
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Jacksonville. "
t' Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. "
Albert J. Rus- lando. : --_______
ScJiools
ti f Seventh Circuit-E. K. Poster, Sanford. Superintendent of Superintendent of School John T. Beaks, ---r- 3 rS ----
sell Jacksonville. -
1 j Fort Reid. .

It Court Calendar ESCAMBIA. Bll1teyor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando.

FIRST CIRCUIT. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox.
Term- Clerk-P. E. de la Rua. POLK.
ij ijI Fall

Santa Walton Rosa, 4th, 2d Monday Monday in in October.October. Sheriff Treasurer-J.W. H.S.Hutchinson.Leonard. Clerk County-S.Judge-J.J. Pearce.A. Fortner. Jf?> :B.. :x 1'J' c;. C> :!?' JE] :rrq: G-

r Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Collector of RCl.'enue--\lan Palm s. Sheriff W.M. Bowen. -.\T.VV. -
't : in October. Superintendent; of Schools-S. M. Scarritt. Treasurer-P. F. Beville.

Washington, 2d Monday after4th Monday FRANKLIN. Collector of Rereuue-J. D. Filles. J. LOHMAJNT'I
Ill t in October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-P. McCrary.. .

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. A. Atkins. PUTNAM COUNTY.

I* October. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. HAVE NOW OPEN
+ AT MY NEW
' AND SPACIOUS.STORE
of February ,
of
? This act amended section 2 act Collector oj Rcvenne-George A. Patton. Sheriff Thomas Shally.

, i 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Collector of 'enue-Joseph Price. CORNRR: : OF SIXTH AND ASH STE.EETS,

W Spring Term. GADSDEN. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.

Spring Term- THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Strickland. A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF

1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. TAYLOR COUNTY.
Taylor,
LN 4' Shenff Thomas Mitchell. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS

Madison, 2d Monday in April. Treasurer-A.. Smith. Sheriff Green Weaver, Perry. ,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Rel'enue-It.)1. Morgan. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th. Monday Superintendent of Schools-G. E. L. Allison. Perry.Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. CLOTHING:, BOOTS AND SHOES,
in
April. HAMILTON COUNTY.
I
t Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
County Judge-Henry J. Stewart
Jasper. County SUrteyor--D. N. Cox, Perry. COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS; ,AND EMBRACING
t in April. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper.
tf Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. ALL TIlE

in April. Collector of Rttenue-'V. H. H. McLeod. SANTA ROSA.
Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain. NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in of Schools-J. W. Reed, Clerk-R. It. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .
October. Jasper. Robinson. FOR THE SI Rl'X.XU SUMMER TUADE.jjseMY .
d, Madison, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Rt'VC/LUe-'V. J. Williams.

Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOISE.XD YOUR VALUED -
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin
October. ville. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. COMMAND WILL HAVE MY PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION.

Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. County Judge-M. R. St.
Columbia 3d after 4th Cooper Augus-
a Monday lIondayinOctober. Slurijf-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. tine. ,,'I". J. IAHJI.-\X, .Cor. Sixth and Ash St,.

Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday Collector!Ret'enue-F.)1.. Hedich, Brooks- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
I e ville.
? w in October. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
FOURTH CIRCUIT Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
I 1 T Fort Dade.
, } TermSt. St. Augustine. --- -
'r John's, 2d Tuesday in :March.: HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, ---- ----

1'Spring Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. County-Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. THE! OELEBRATEDVVOOTON
f : Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

;}1 Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J.,R. Steele, Leesburg,
1 sail. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Ret'enue-'V. Martin.. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. DESKS.SOLID .
. Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. HOLMES. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
I i l Fall Term- Collector of R 'cnue-Jo eph Hutchinson,
l St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sumterville. COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
Clerk-T. H. Pitman.Sheriff .
I j Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-
Thomas N. Ellis.
i't' t Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. ston, Sumterville. .
Baker 2d in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
Th Tuesday
. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. SUWANEE COUNTY. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED

:':jii" Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live ''q'p

I: FIFTH CIRCUIT. JACKSON. Oak.ClerkRobert q g WITH< THEM.
A. Reid Live Oak.
I Term.ij'ioJ County Judge-George F. Baltzell. .
)i Spring Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Sumter 3d in March. Clerk-Frank Philips.
Tuesday
.h wwK1\-IM.
Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions
Marion 4th in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. ,
t f'3:! Tuesday Wei born.
Putnam 2d after 4th in Treasurer-James E. Heam.
i t) Tuesday Tuesday
Schools J. O. C. Jones
Superintendent of -
. "t March. Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. No. 8 Flat Top.
Live Oak. Desks of ordinary
Why use
': :Z Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Erwin.
,a, ;1.: March. VOLUSIA COUNTY. construction when, for slight
Alachua 4th after 4th JEFFERSON. County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- !" 1R- additional cost have
& Tuesday Tuesday you can
County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise.
. -.j' in
"' April. Sluriff-T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. the benefit of our improvements
Fall TermSumter -'-
-1st Tuesday in October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. "" -"" ? Awkward closets and

': y:" Marion,3d, Tuesday in October. Superintendent of 'Schools-W. R. Taylor, Collector of 'enue-P. N. .Bryan, Glen G side drawers done away with
Monticello. Cove. '-
. K Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. i 1 We'substitute case
revolving
1( County Treasurer: W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston,
4th in November.
Levy, Tuesday ticello. Enterprise. ,, .ro ; u ; which swing with a slight
I' Alachua 1st after 4th
;J in November., Tuesday Tuesday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon WAKTJLLA COUNTY. c 'w touch of the hand, and are

'3 SEVENTH CIRCUIT. ticello. Counti/ Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville. thus enabled to furnish doable

t Spring Term- LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Sheriff-Charles Alligood. Crawfordville.: _, the generally given on
II Orange, 4th'Monday in January. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. = space
'
Volusia, 3d :Monday in February. sheriff-J. J. Johnson, Old ,Town. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, each side; and when cases are
Clerk-Neal A. :McAlpin New Crawfordville. -= the whole interior i*
, i Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Troy. open,
! Dade,3d :Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. County Treasurer"W. W. Walker, Craw- = flooded with light and all

Fall Term- fordville. No. 14 Low Down Roll reached without -
Orange, 2d Monday in August. County Treasurer;M. N. Peacock, New Collector of Ret..enue-R.C.McMillan,Craw Top portions readily
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Troy. fordville. change of position. A variety of rotary;cases are.offered for selection, and applied tfr

Brevard 4th Monday in September.Dade Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, WALTON. the Desk'as wanted. We apply thisCprineiple to;a great variety of desks.
| 2d Monday in November. Old Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr.
Assessor of Taxes-David 'I:. Townsend, i Clerk-D. G. McLeod.

New Troy. i Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. THE WOOTOUS'
County Officers. LEON COUNTY. i Treasurer-James S. Bowers.

ALACHUA.County County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Retenue-'V. B. McLeod.
Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Cabinet Office SecretaryE -

- ville.- Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON. :i-: *_ I -..,
C'krk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, County Jwefye Wm. B. Jones. _
Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Tallahassee.
Cl.erk-J. _
E.
Collector of Revenue-H.'C. Denton, Gaines- Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Sheriff-E. Melvin.Skipper.. E_ most spacious and elegant desk ever and presented

ville. Collector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. to the business public. One hundred

Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, hassee. Collector of Retenue-John Roche. ten compartments, as shown in cnt, all under

Gainesville. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Horn. LJ onellock andlkej-=Fspeciallyladapted for Mer
BAKER COUNTY.County Clerk J. M. Barco, Bronson. Officials
Railroad
Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. L Q D chants. Manufacturers, Bankers,

Clerk-F. J. Pons Sanderson. Collector. of Revenue-H. B. Barco, ,Cedar Dissolution Copartnership. and Professional generally.
Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Key. jSupmntende'llt
heretofore existing be-
Collector Revenue J. R. Herndon San- ScljlI-J. TH partnership awaya.e+ ,
: of of B. Menden- the late Charles Angel,his 'heirs -
derson. hall, Bronson. and Emil O. Friend under the firm name
Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker LIBERTY., of Angel cfe Friend,, has been dissolved by Wooton Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :

Sanderson. County Judge-M. J.Solomons., mutual consent. The undersigned will con- CO.
BRADFORD COUNTY. Clerk-W.W. Jeter. tinue the business; collect all bills and pay WOOTON DESK, :MANUFACTURING ,

County Judge J. R. Richard, Providence. Sheriff R. F. Hosford.. all debts. EMIL 0. FRIEND.

Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. 1 Treasurer-J. E. Roberts.: Fernandina, Fla., May 1st, 1885. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A. "

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I I :'' :: .' I RAILROADS. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Pullman Buffet and
:; Sleeping Cars via.aycrpss. .,
PATMNI? B H RM MANUrMTURB I \\ ,and Pullman Palace Sleeping
CARD CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati
TIME
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,". .. OF THE (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER) Connections at Atlanta with Western and.
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,.:':{" \(,), .. .:; ::. FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COIPASY WESTWARD. Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and
.'. .. \' No. 1. No. 3. Georgia Railroads for all points West and
,,' Day Pass. Night Pass. Northwest.
> ;' In Effect May 3d, 1885. Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30 m 3.55 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
1, .-, f '. : ; : '.. ; ; ';' \' Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m .4.39! p m ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
," ,_,: :. :( .ii.-' ;,""" '. ':;7 : TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION.FEBNANDINA Leave Baldwin............ 8.16 a m 4.43 p m Pullman buffet sleeping cars on this train

( TO CEDAR KEY.) Lake City........... 9.47 am 6.40 p m Jacksonville to Washington. .
.) (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) LiveOak..10.31 a m 7.43 p m Connections at Montgomery with Louisville -
GOING SOUTH. Madison ............11.57am 9.15'p m and Nashville Railroad for New
[ WILLIAMS & SWANN :Monticello........12.40 p m Orleans and Texas points and the West and
FLORIDI n.IRRO Day Pas. Nt Pas Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27 p m Northwest. At Savannah with Central.

A.M. P.Ml: Leave Tallahassee.......-2.32pm 12.00 n't Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
SUCCESSORS OF THE Leave Fernandina..................10.25 5.45 Quincy............. 3.34pm 1.22am Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.25 Arrive Chatta. River... 4.50 way for all points North with steamships
Land & Co. Arrive Callahan....................11.42 .7.25 pill for New York Philadelphia, Boston and
Florida Immigration Leave Callahan......................11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No. Baltimore. At Charleston with steamships
Leave Dutton.................. ....12.22 8.25 2. No. 4. for New York. Philadelphia Baltimore
Day Pass. Night Pass.LeaveChatt'chee .
Offer on easy terms, or for cash, P.M. Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
Leave Brandy Branch............12.38 8.43 River.10.45 a m and Steamship connections and
Arrive Baldwin....................12.55 9.10 Quincy -...........12.20 p m 2.07 am Checked through. Also Sleeping, Car Baggage berths

Leave Baldwin...................... 1.00 9.50 Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27pm 3.36pm and sections secured at Company's office in
375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville.................... 1.30 10.20 Leave" Tallahassee ........ 1.34 P 111 3.48 pm Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at Depot -
Leave Highland.................... 1.48 10.41 Monticello.-....... 2.30pm Ticket Office and on board
Leave Lawtey......................_ 2.02 11.02 Madison ............ 4.15pm' 6.36pm Line Steamers H. B. PLANT CHATTAHOOCHEE People's
BOOK IBDDIIHY Hammock and Pine Lands, on Leave Temple's...................,.. 2.18 11.25 "" Live Oak...._...... 5.39 p m 8.33 a m and JENME LANE. .
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.35 Lake City_......... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m JAS. L. TAYLOR.
and adjacent to the Railway "from Leave Thurston...................... 2.54 11.55 Arrive Baldwin............. 8.01pm 11.26am General Passenger Agent.
Leave Baldwin............ 8.08pm 11.31am, 3
A. M. IVES A
A. M.- rent.
Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar .Arrive Waldo........................ 3.14 12.25 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50 p m 12.16 pm
Leave 'V aldo.............:........... 3.25 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains and 4 will Florida Southern Railway Co.

,. ., the Gulf of Mexico. Nolan Leave Gainesville.................. 4.07 ...... not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but :
.. ,.:" .: < :p"' < Key on Leave Arredondo.........:......... 4.33 ...... will run Mondays.ST. ORANGE BELT ROUTE.

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in Florida desirablefor Leave Palmer ...... 4.46 ...... MARK'S BRANCH.Leave -
s are more Archer.....................
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Leave 5.06 ......
Tallahassae..................... ... 8.00 arc GOING SOUTH.
Oranges Peaches :Melons and Leave Bronson.........:............. 5.39 ...... Arrive Wakulla............................. 9.05 a in Jlcdl. Gainesv'le
Leave Otter Creek................. 6.23 ...... Leave
Arrive St. Mark's.........?.............. 9.30am Jacksonville, Express.
Leave Rosewood ................... 7.03 ...... Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a. m via J.T.&K.W.R'y,12.4Spm ........_
HAVING ESTABLISHED A BOOK early Vegetables; none containingbetter Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.35 ...... Arrive Wakulla............................10.25 a m Leave Palatka.......-.... 2.35 p m 6.00 a m

in connection with our and accessible bodies of GOING NORTH. Arrive Tallahassee........................11.30\ m Leave J, T & K W J'n.. 2.50 pm.........
more Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Interlachen...... 3.36 p in 7.25 a m
Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE A.M ...... CONNECTIONS.At Wait's Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m

AND MANUFACTURE Yellow Pine Timber, as also the Leave Cedar Key................... 7.20 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Gruelle ........... 4.40 p m !9.20 a m

Leave Rosewood.................... 7.53 ...... all points North and East with the Fernan- 14 Gainesville...... 5.35 p m 11.05 a m
... more valuable Hard Woods and Red Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.22 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short;Line for Fernan- Micanopy...... ......... 4.30 p m

,:q' ,. Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.05 ...... dina ; and with Steamers:, for all points on Lochbie ......... 5.15 p m 10.12 a m
>. ,.' /,' Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Archer....................... 9.36 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. Reddick.......... 5.27 p m 10.25 a m
: Leave Palmer ........................ 9.53 ...... At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- Ocala............ 6.05 p ru 11.05 a m
ranges for cattle and sheep, and no Leave Arredondo..10.08 ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- "" Welshton ....... 6.31 p m 11.32 a m

ALL :KINDS Leave Gainesville.................10.34 ...... nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. .t N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p m 11.57 a m
lands in the. State are in a more satisfactory .- Arrive Waldo...... .. ............11.18 ...... At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida S. Lake Weir.. 7.02pm 12.03 p m
I ,II / A. M. &Western Railroad.At r, "' Conant........... 7.10 pm 12.13pm
( shape for successful coloni- l..eave'Valdo..11.32 2.10 Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch Lady Lake..... 7.13 p m 12.17 p m
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-0.BLANK I Leave Thurston........,.:........11.55 2.40 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- Leebburg....... 7.35 p m 12.40 p m

zation or resale by capitalists.For I P. )[. urdays.At GOING NORTH.

I Leave Starke.........................12.30 3.00 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Leave Leesburg......... 7.30 a m 1.40 p m
further information and terms Leave Temple's ....................12.35 3.0S cola &' Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Arrive Lady Lake...... 7.52 a in 2.02 m
p
Leave La wtcy..-.....................12.53 3.26 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery New Orleans, .. Conant............ 7.55atu 2.06pm
address Leave Highland..................... 1.11 3.55 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, 44 S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15 p m i
BOOK Leave Maxville..................... 1.29 4.25 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa- 44 N. Lake Weir..8.10am 2.22pm t

SWANN Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.51 4.55 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. 44 Welshton........ 8.34 a in 2.48 p m ::
WILLIAMS & Leave BaldwIn...................... 1.56 5.40 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to Ocala............... 9.Wa m 3.17 p m
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 all West. 44
points Reddick........... 9.38 a m 3.57 p m )'
FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 For information respecting routes, rates, Lochbie........... 9.50 a m 4.09 p m
-i'ORRAILROADS- Arrive Callahan..................... 3.00 6.50 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Micanopv....... ......... 7.50 p m .
v ',: Leave Callahan...................... 3.10 7.20 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Gruelle ..........10.20 a m 4.40 p m
:'''}: : :: Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 4
sonville. Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15 m -
;'; : : .. /;,' '.. .'. .- Arrive Fernandina................. 4.25 8.50 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths 4' Wait's Cross'.....11.50 a m 5.40 p p m is! ,

'. ';, '., $82r Day Passenger daily except Sunday; secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, 14 Interlachen ....11.30 a m 6.42 p m I; !
: $" ''''', : Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. and at new office southwest corner of Bay J.T &K 'Y J'n.12.15 pm......... 1

:{ : y -.ti and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. Palatka..........13.30 p m 8.00 p m
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DIVISION. A. O. MAcDONELL, Jacksonville v.JT&KWRv. ;ta
: Gen'l icket and Pass.Agent 2.10 pm......... '
STEAMBOATS, ; ; ;' ;]kF ; )) (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Fernandina, Fla.C. On Sundays a fast passenger train will be

... ,, GOING MAXWELL, run, leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m.. connecting -
h"3< ". .. .....:j"J'.." ... ,,,,,,,-.l-1: : SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. Master of with train for Lee
'. : .:i" .:; ..:. .:'''' 1:''>' Transportation, burg at Gruelle.
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'C '.c 11. .1. fj, .)> "'i ;'" '
\ ... r P.M. A.M. Jacksonville, Fla. Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connecting I
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:MERCHAJSrTS, .4fJJ. ; [/i/J1"-: Leave 'V aldo......................... 3.20 1.05 D. E. MAXWELL, with train from Leesburg at Gruelle, .
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:". '. : ': .: Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 1.36 General Superintendent. and arriving at Palatka at 6.30 p. m., I

Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.54 1.58 Fernandina Fla. O. W. BROMWELL, i
Leave Lochloosa................... 4.12 2.27 General Pass.Agent. j.
BANKS, ETC Leave Citra........................... 4.34 2.52 Savannah, Florida &Western R'y. SHERMAN CONANT, 'I! .

Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.48 3.11 General Manager. .
Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 3.27
WAYCROSS
SHORT LINE.All .
:" TIlE FLORIDA Leave Silver Spring............... 5.37 3.52
$6 ELECTRIC \
( Leave Ocala............................ 5.58 4.17 trains of this road are run by Central LIGHTx \\II!% ;.
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.38 5.07
IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY. ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes .
-ALSO- rpOWN : Leave Oxford........ ................ 6.55 5.27 slower than Jacksonville time.ON ON receipt of $5 we g/- 4j -' '
Leave Wildwood................... 7.12 5.55 will send you an Electric i= ..- +

Fcriiumliim, Leave Leesburg..................... 7.48 6.55 and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885, Lamp. Burglar :::::: = ;:==:
Arrive Tavares....................... 8.22 7.30 Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas Alarms $1. Call Bells '% =- i,
$1. ElectricGasLight- / "-
Towns GOING NORTH. follows -
on It. R. Line :
A.M. P. )[. er, Telegraph Instru
NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.

Mij m MAAZINJ NEAP And Cedar Key. Leave Tavares............... ......... 6.23 6.15 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m ments, Medical Batte-
Leave Leesburg...................... 6.55 7.20 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 m ries 44, &c. Electric
Leave Wildwood..... .............. 7.25 8.sO p In regard to your new Light
Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m successfulin '
Leave Oxford......................... 7.36 8.461 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a In we securing think you its will universal be exceedingly adoption. 1'
Leave Lake Weir Station....... 7.52 .
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Thomasville
-AMDJEBJODJOALS- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Ocala........................... 8.33 10.20 Arrive Arrive at daily at........ 1:30 p m Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIELD i.i 1
at Bainbridge daily at. 3:30 m N. Y.
p 737 Broadway,
Leave Silver Spring................ 8.53 Arrive Chattahoochee .. 3:50
at daily at. : m "I witnessed with much the tests
number of the most eligible and desirable Leave Anthony Place............ 9.25 11.06 Arrive at Pensacola at..10:05 p pleasure
daily m Electric I believe
Leave Sparr's......................... 9.38 11.25 p of your new Light. you i
: : Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m will find in it into
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Leave Citra............................. 9.53 11.47 Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m general use.no difficulty Eastern Man.bringing'Northwest-i

A.M. at Chattahoochee with Pensa- "
Connecting Lumberman. HENRY BINGHAM.
City or Suburban Residences, Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.15 12.13 cola and Atlantic Railroad for Pensa- ern 44 '
daily We take pleasure in stating that the tests ,
Leave Hawthorne..10.37 12.43 cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- made of Electric
UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie..........................10.55 1.08 for Brunswick we your Light proved perfectly -
Mississippi points. Passengers You will have
BOUND in ALL STYLESAND Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.20 1.39 take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia and ready satisfactory.sale. Yours truly, a large ,

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to O"Day Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 1.10 p. m. RICHARDS & Co,
Night Passenger daily. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue. N. Y." +

.- ATREASONABLE .. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile The above testimonials explain them- $
=
and New Orleans.
P. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. selves.WE
rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- WANT A NUM7JER OF LIVE AGENTS.. d
ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. G. W. FOSTER & CO., 1
substantial GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y. g
erty purchased improvementsfor
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A.)[ P. 1\[
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ville to St. Louis Waycross.
PRICES Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 3.30 't
residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road................. 7.26 4.02 ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS. Notice Insolvency.. .

Arrive Jacksonville........;....... 8.25 5.05 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:55 p m IN COUNTY COURT, Nassau County,
business. Arrive at Jacksonville:daily at...... 1:00 p m Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt. ad- .
GOING NORTH. M. Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:35 p m ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson
A. M. P.
INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Jacksonville................ 9.45 5.50 Arrive at Waycross daily'at-......... 4:20 p m deceased, late of the county aforesaid, having -
Leave Hart's Road..10.50 6.45 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:55 pm filed in the office of the County Judgeof

by exemption for a term of years from Arrive Fernandina.........:.....11118: 7.10 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:16 p m said county, a written suggestion of the
'" This train stops at all local stations be- insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby
taxation, offered by the several cities and JjdJ"Trains daily except_Sunday. tween Jacksonville and Savannah.FAST given to all persons having claims or de-
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'r-A-: ., ;:: "; \rt: SUNDAY EXCURSION. mands of any nature whatever against said

towns. Apply to Leave Fernandina..6.50 a. in. 5.15 p. m. MAIL. estate, to file the same duly authenticated,
,.A' ., .' ,: :. .' CHAS. W. LEWIS, Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. m. 6.40 p. in. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 2:30 p m in the office of the County,Judge ,of said
2e SEND IN YOUR.WORK.SATISFACTION Fernandina. Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 7.20 p. m.' Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m county, on or before the 13th day'of Octo-'
a jjSr-Office cor. Beach &7th sts. Arrive Fernandina. 10.20 a. m. 8.40 p. in. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m ber, A.. D. 1885, at which time there will bea
Leave Thomasville at.................. 2:10: p m. pro rata payment to creditors entitled
Leave Callahan daily at............... 3:15 p m thereto, and the Administrator discharged.
CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at.:........ 5:05 p m Witness my hand and seal as County

Arrive.at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m Judge of said county, this 10th day of
FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Savannah daily at......... ,8:25 p m A. D. 1865.
April,
With New York and Fernandina Steam- ,Arrive at Charleston 'daily at;........ 1:53 a m II. J. BAKER
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and 'Arrive at D..C. 11:45
: Washington, daily- p m County Judge.
for New York onThursday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m' Fernandina April 11 1885. 6mo
With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah ;
Pullman Palace Buffet and Cars
.CURTIS, 'fc CO. Sleeping
and Brunswick daily: except Sunday.AT
Jacksonville to New York without change.EAST .
CALLAHAN. ; MERCHANT TAILOR .
ESTATE' AGENTS FLORIDA EXPRESS.
REAL To and from Savannah and Charleston, -
GUARANTEED Leave Jacksonville at ......... 7:20
daily
ST., .MARY'S. GEORGIA p m
: and all points North and West,.daily. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m R. G. :McQUITTY

Loans :\ AT HAWTHORNE, Leave at Callahan daily at-.........:. 8:35 p m Has removed his business to the rooms over
Mortgages negotiate dex-
changes effected. To and from. Palatka daily except Sunday. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m the New York Bakery, on Centre street.

Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 AT WILDWOOD. Leave Live Oak dailyat .............. 8.55pm He has received an assortment seasonable ,
UOTII IX acres; Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm goods for gentlemen's wear and is prepared '
STYLE AND PRICES.Addres acres, for sale. and Tampa daily except Sunday, Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55 p m to make them up to suit all tastes in the

N. B.-"St.: Mary's having been selectedas AT CEDAR KEY FLA., Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m best style.
the.terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m .JpgfRepairing neatly-done.
Canal (under the survey made for Govern- West and Havana every:'Saturday; for :New Arrive at Albany daily at-...........10:30 a m Farnan ina. Fla. July 12,18g4.
ment by General.Gillmore), charters for the Orleans Friday from Key West and Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:50 a m
Deeds.
construction of which having been granted Havana every ; from New Orleans Arrive at Macon daily at............... 8:50 a m Warranty antI Mortgage
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.. Friday;
every
.t"': 'y''''''''; ,.;. .' .. J. by the United States Government and the every Saturday.With Arrive'at Atlanta daily at..12:30 1 p m LINEN PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN.
,, : FLORID 0 MIRROR Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Savannah dailyat..6:20: a m sent upon receipt of 2-cent

.. increase in the value of adjacent lands may for and from Key West :Monday and Arrive: Charleston daily at..12:45 p m stamp.' AddressFLORIDA MIRROR.
be confidently looked for." (See New York Thursday for Tampa and Manatee, Mon- Arrive at Washington daily..10:30 p m ,
;: ; ........ 8:00 26 Fernandina, Fla.
'r ", FERNANDINA, FLA. Sun, 27-3-83.) day and Friday. Arrive at New York daily at. a m .

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i THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Municipal Menagerie. The Circuit Court. Mrs. Grundy on Nuisances.

The adjourned 'tern) of the Circuit, Court She says there are an unusual number of
THE WILD ANIMALS TURNED LOOSE, COMPLETELY -
for Nassau county. Judge J. M. Baker pre- nuisances ,about town just now. Some of
,fg.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTIIS COWING THEIR KEEPER.
siding, convened at the court-house on last
them interfere with public health and
Wednesday evening last was the regular Tuesday.The Two Millions
morals, and others are simply nuisances.
Reflections.
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r meeting night of the City Council, and as itwas r following criminal cases have been There are several really good intentioned

'" The Strathmore Hotel on Amelia Beach expected that the interesting matter of disposed of: people in town who keep one or more dogs. of acres of Farming Orange

is now open. the city horse was to come up again, quite a The State vs. Jane Wood and Abraham Now, their neighbors do not object to the ,
Timber and
number of the citizen taxpayers dropped in Thomas lewd and lascivious behavior. In- their Grazing Lands
Carriages' Fred W. & Co's ; dogs, nor to companions-the fleas so
Hoyt
Baby
4 furniture store, Centre street. upon the august ,body during the evening. dictment quashed.The long as they keep within their own yards, situated in 29 counties, and

They were richly rewarded.All State vs. Nathaniel! Barnes; carrying but when said dogs bark and howl at inter- comprising the lands boughtby
4 Mr. Chas. A. Choate, editor of'the Florida the members of the Board of Aldermen -
concealed weapons. Plead guilty.The vals all night it beconies a nuisance to the
Sir Edward
t Immigrant, Tallahassee, is in the city. were in their seats by 8 o'clock, and State vs..Jack Spicer; receiving goods neighbors,and produces nervous prostration J. Reed, from

r I The first passenger train will run over the Clerk Wolff proceeded to read the minutes.At under false pretences. Found, guilty. in those who are not well, and mental irrita- the State of Florida in 1881,

J' | beach railroad this afternoon a 5 o'clock. the close of the reading Alderman The State vs. Paul Francis j compoundinga tion in others who are compelled tolisten: : to are now offered at graded

"'' A progressive ,euchre party was given at Dorsey (colored), who had not been'present ". Plead guilty the canine ejaculations.Of prices. These lands were

> < the residence of F. W. Simmons last Thursday at the previous meeting, made an inquiryof The State vs. Louis Barber. Jury disa- the owner of ::several calves and cows selected -
the President, to wit : Whether the same greed. by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
night. which make a pasture of our streets and

The cut of the beach railway through Mt. resolution, having once been defeated, The State vs. Wm. MacWilliams; aggra- door yards, she most earnestly requests that ley, late Commissioner of the

Woodward, in the beach hammock, is some could again be entertained the same evening vated assault. Verdict, not guilty. inasmuch as our City Council are too negli- State Land Office, and Mr.
without the unanimous consent of the
4 eighteen feet in depth.A The Grand Jury will probably not get gentto preventsuch pasturing: he will abatea M. Williams late
for
board and if this was correct, the action in agent
through with the business before it until the portion of the nuisance by removing that

t genuine comedy company-the City reference to the matter of ordering the pur- end of next week. tintabulating bell from the red animal. The ,sale of State lands, which factis

t*; : Council. Farces are enacted every alternate chase of the blind horse was clearly against
of their
people readily ascertain in the morning that a. guaranty high
r I Wednesday, at 8 p. m. the: rules of the Council, and he should Sholes' Insect Exterminator sold by F. W '
the animals have been around without The
quality. purchase knownas
t t The officers of the Mallory steamship offer to expunge that part of the minutes Hoyt & Co. ,
hearing them all night.
State of Texas appeared this trip arrayed in from the record. the Reed Purchase was onh'
Mrs. Orundy Says And the goats! Well they are so orna-
r handsome uniform. This started the advocates of this of for sale this
a new piece opened and
That the Times-Unon reports a "Colonel" mental and useful that we cannot blame our year,
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t r Owen Kelly was fined $5 and costs by thievery to their feet in an instant. They Curtis, of St. Mary's,'Ga., as being in Jacksonville colored Aldermen for permitting them free the lands have not been culledor
t Baker in the Circuit Court this week, roundly berated Dorsey for the stand he was
Judge recently run. We have so little to beautify our picked No
Wilkerson stated that "de resolu- ; over. part has
for taking. streets and dozen will I take
refusing to serve on a jury. a lively goats
That she cannot imagine what Mr. Alex.
shun" to buy the horse had been "rescue"by the attention of our street loungers, who been reserved in any manner
Miss Lena McGiffin and Mr. E. W. Nix, Curtis of St. Mary's, has done that he ,
,
have an for the beautiful till "water-
them at the previous meeting. After eye and the whole is for
the newsdealer, were among the passengersof should be libeled as a Colonel," and a million" time. After which she insists that open sale.
much harranguing and personal attacks and '
the State of Texas from this city. Georgia Colonel at that. the goats must go. Special prices on large tracts.
insinuations upon Alderman Dorsey, Alder- There are other nuisances but she hopes
,
+ Locomotive No.2, of the Tavares, Orlando That the Beach Railroad will developsome Timber lands virgin forests in
man Robinson moved that the minutes as the readers of the Mirror will notice the ,

.p s & Atlantic Railroad,left Monday last forTavares read be approved. beautiful scenery along its route; above, and see if they cannot get them bodies of 50,000 acres and

I ,from the machine shops in this city. That Contractor Kelly thinks of trans- abated. up-
Alderman Austin moved as an amend- wards. Lands sold
J' ferring Mount Woodward into town, and for cash,
; A writ of attachment was issued from the ment that the minutes stand approved ex- AN
making glad the waste places around the ORDINANCEGranting or on long time.
Circuit Court against a witness at Hart'sRoad cept so much thereof as related to the pur-
this week and he fined in the depot and central office ; the Right of Way{ through certain
was chase of a borse.Robinson Streets the Florida The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.
That he is the of to Improvement Company
nearly through alphabet
of the
costs summons. moved that the amendment be for a Steam Railroad.
: the road, having reached the Y. (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
magnificent night-blooming cereus was Laid on the table. THE FLORIDA
I IM-
in bloom in Mrs. II. E. Dotterers' garden 'Upon! the yeas and nays being called, the That a little labor in clearing the under- WHEREAS Company 'a corporation 1 I .

I last evening. The flowers remain open but motion to lie on the table was lost by a vote growth would make a beautiful park in the organized under the laws of this State, with
i hammock this side of the sand hills. to construct railroads and make
1 a few hours, daylight always finding them of 4 to 3, as follows : Ayes-Robinson, power
other important improvements Amelia
That citizens should on
our take more interest -
withered. Walker, Wilkerson ; Nays-Stark, Dorsey, Island, having petitioned for privilege to
'Austin McGiffin. McDonald of in the Wednesday evening at the Coun- Competent instructors will be :given in
Old railroads certain
sales ( i construct on streets within
Last
Monday being regular day
Town, who had been present at the openingof cil Chamber; the limits of the city of Fernandina, and it charge of classes in Mr. Woods' school as
i' United Marshal Durkee sold in Jacksonville
States
That for down being evident that the construction and *
n right monkey capers some they are needed.
{ the board had excused himself
on account -
I 20.088 acres of land situated in this of the actors there take the cake; operating of this railroad will materially -

county to parties in King's Ferry, at 55 of sickness.) benefit the cityIT jYetv Spring Clothing.A .
That it evident last
was Wednesday night
t Robinson then moved to adjourn, whichwas is HEREBY ORDAINED by the City Connell -
v | cents per acre. lost the that nothing but a special act of legislature of the City of Fernandina that the rightof fine line of New Spring Clothing, fash-
by same vote.
ionable cut and well made at low prices.
The Constitutional Convention assembles way for a single track, standard ,
would prevent Hon. Riley Robinson, that gauge Fine
Then ensued a disgraceful scene, which Clothing a specialty at
1" steam railroad is hereby granted to the
t-i 'i at Tallahassee on Tuesday next, the 9th beggars description. Robinson and his two great exponent of Cashing's Manual, from Florida Improvement Company through J. & T. KYDD'S.

inst. The June Term of the Supreme Court bulldozing the presiding officer ; certain streets and
partners in this piece of jobbery resorted to points, and under con-
i of Florida convenes at the same place on That the President seemed to be unable to ditions hereinafter named. Ladles and Misses Hose,

i! $ the same date. filibustering, making motion upon motion, either unravel the thread of argument put ((1st.) Right of way is granted from the In great variety, AT PAUL FU KE'S.
which were all more or less frivolous, for intersection of Centre and First streets
The horned toad mentioned in our last the purpose of obstructing business. During forth by the sable and grandiloquent parliamentarians (with privilege of extending northward to Bleached Cotton.

issue is one that escaped from Little Lucy this wrangle both Robinson and Wilkersonused or lacked the courage to dis- Calhoun street) southward through First *
J & T. KYDD
yard-wide
are now selling a
\ Thompson, the 8-year-old daughter of W. the most violent and abusive language, play his common sense ; street the eastern to Beech limits street of the, thence eastward to Bleached Cotton, fine and soft finish, at the

Naylor Thompson. It had been brought especially aimed at the President and Mr. That she wishes she could portray to the said named company city, to thereby continue enabling low price of 7 cents a yard. All standard

Y* i out from Texas by an uncle of hers, as a Austin, and to the utter disgust of the spec- public the hauteur, the grandeur, the arro- from said point in the construction of a rail- brands as low as can be bought anywhere.

t; curiosity. gance of a recently-elected Fernandina road to Amelia beach. t
tators all of whom held high opinionsof
Professor Woods has taught and superin-
(gd.) The road on either of the streets
Credit is due to Alderman Wi Hough by the presiding officer, the latter permitted Councilman of color as he rises to a "pintof shall be constructed through the centre of tended in Union Schools for thirteen years.*
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> Dorsey (colored) for the honorable stand he this to go on. Nay, he went even further order ; the'same. No excavations or embankments'

!' : has taken in daring to protect the city's interests than that. He got so bewildered, to call it That "pints of order" and "rulings on to be made which will in any manner obstruct Special BargainsIn
de rule" were too much for the presiding or interfere with the safe passage of Towels, Doylies and Turkey Red Dam-
t.4: against jobbery, notwithstanding the nothing worse, that he was completely at sea
ik14 persons and vehicles at all times, either at ask, at J. & T. KYDD'S.Novelties .
sneers and malicious innuendos of his colored as to his duty and prerogative, entertainingall officer, and he lost his grip ; the junction of streets or along theline of

colleagues.The the imbecile motions made by Robinsonand That the "constitoolncy" of some of the the railway in any part thereof.

members of the Council should take them ((3d.) Said company to construct and In Fancy Goods and Parasols.AT .
his friends, which of course invariably
were -
steamship State of Texas, of the Mallory -
maintain suitable street crossings and
PAUL FINK fs.
aside and hammer a little sense into them
Line, sailed for New York on Thursday lost; but he had not sufficient tact to drains, wherever they may deemed necessary -

evening carrying a full passenger list and the put the amendment of Mr. Austin to a vote, : by some means. by the City Council. The roadbed to Spring and.Siun1ll.e.' ClothingAt
his That she has to chronicle another accident be on a level with the streets, and where,
could he be
following cargo : 1,230 pkgs. vegetables, as was duty, nor brought to New York cost.
owing to some depression or elevation,
on the Beach Railway. Avery's driver any AT PAUL Ft' KE'S.
874 logs cedar, 148 cases cedar, 87 bbls.rosin, do so by his colleagues, notwithstanding unevenness may occur in the constructionof

GS bbls. spirits, 19 cars lumber, 101 pkgs. believe, he was favoring the adoption of the attempted to fill a cut on the Y by tipping this said rot1.d. the company so having :\1r; Woods' private school will be supported -

c merchandise. amendment. This would have settled the 'buss load of lasses into it. right of way, shall at their own expense the best citizens of Fernandina.
I, by
and without charge to the city level off and
matter at
Mr. 11. G. McQuitty, the merchant tailor, : once. Range of.Thermometer establish an even surface along the entire

has removed his business into the new brick Finally, the patience of the majority of FOR THE WEEK: ENDING FRIDAY, JUNE 5TH, 1SS5; line of road in the city. Private Board,
the board at the dilatory action became exhausted AT lIoRSEY's DRUG STORE. ((4th.) No trains or engines shall run At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
t block at the corner of Third and Centre
within the city limits at a rate exceedingfive near Egmont Hotel.
and when the minority moved an 7 A.lI. 12>r. 3 P.M. 6 P.at. WIND.
'?1 streets, overMeddaugh's grocery store, wherehe for about the tenth time dur- Saturday, May 30..78 82 82 80 S. E. ((5)) miles an hour,and persons in chargeof Offers pleasant rooms well furnished with!
will be pleased to receive his old customers adjournment Sunday, 31..7\J\ 83 82 81 S. E. engines while in motion shall be requiredto or without board. Transient boarders will

: and will favor ing the evening, the majority yielded, as Monday, June... 1..78 81 S2 79 S. E. ring their bells; and, furthermore,, is be accommodated.
as many new ones as from the attitude of the President it seemed Tuesday, 2.... "SO 83 83 80 S. W. hereby specially stipulated that in grantingthis M RS.; T. 1'. G. THOMPSON
1i! him with a call.Information Wednesday II 3..79 84 8-t 80 N.W. right of said shall sub- Fernandina, Fla.., January, 10, 1885.
useless to expect any intelligent action upon Thursday, 4.. ...7S 86 85 81 S. R way company ,.
has been received here that Friday, 5..78 85 83; 82 S. E. mit to such further regulations on the partof --
the matter, and the motion to adjourn was the city as from time to time may be essential COTTAGE ,
'f Alfred Collins and Gus Demere, two notori- LUCY
carried. MAKINE. and practicable for the protection of

L ous colored thieves, who were among the No other business, of course, was trans- life, health, against fire, or for the mainte- Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel
principals in robbing the box cars of the Port of Fernandina. : nance of good order.
acted, although there were several mattersof Passed. 20 1885. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
May ,
been HIGH WATER.
railroad have caught in
,
company importance to come up before the board. Saturday, June 6............ 1:43: A.1.. 2:14 p. M. G. F. AVERY, President. of Council.
, Georgia, where they were convicted of bur- We understand that the best members of Sunday, 7............ 2:38" 3:11 Attest: Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,with
glary and sentenced to five years in the Monday, 8............ 3:35" 4:09" Gco. E. WOLFF, City Clerk. or without board. Table Boarders will be-
the board are about to resign. We hope they Tuesday 9............ 4:35": 5:10" Approved : accommodated also transient. .
penitentiary.The will not take such a step. While it perhaps Wednesday," 10........... 5:39 6:09 W. H. POPE 2 Miss; LUCY 0. TH03lPSOr.We .
'' Thursday, 11............ 6:3G 7:04" Mayor.
British steamship Cam Marth, Capt. would be a good lesson to those of the tax- Friday, 12........... 7:29 7:58 "'

Hurrell commanding, will sail to-morrow payers who habitually stay away from the ENTERED.

w for Queenstown, via Port Royal, for orders, polls on election day, thus defeating the Steam-packet, Thos. Collyer.-, from Brunswick

with the following cargo: 1000 tons cottonseed candidates of their party by a majority of daily F. W. with Simmons freight, agent.and passengers, to

108 bales cotton, 800 barrels rosin, 200 from one,to ten, in having to pay the June 3-Steamshir State of Texas, John Risk,

$ barrels cotton seed oil, 750 sticks cedar. The money that wouldbe indiscriminately squandered I j gets from, to New R. W.York Southwick;'frei8ht and agent.passen- : ;

value of the cargo is $28,202. The Cam : by such a board as would remain, it May 29-Steamship'from Charleston City of'l\onticello.: freight and:McKee passen-, FURNITURE! J

Marth was loaded by Mr. Wm. Lawtey. would leave the larger portion of the tax- gers, to W. O. Jeffreys agent

!. Never has there been exhibited here such payers without any representation at' all, June Steamship from Palatka' City;of freight Monticello and passengers, :McKee,,

a lack of tact, executive ability, commonsense and would be a calamity for the community.Flies to W. O.Jeffreys agent.

M I or self-respect, in a presiding officer, 3-Steamship from Charleston City of; Monticello freight and, :McKee passen-, have opened, in the :Marson Building, Centre Street,

as was witnessed in the council chamber ants, roaches, and mosquitoes are gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
paralyzed by Sholes' Insect Exterminator. 5-Steamship City of Monticello, :McKee, below Second, a full line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consistingin
,0 Wednesday night, to the utter disgust from Palatka; freight and passengers, J
jfj. and mortification of his friends. Whether Sold by Fred W Hoyt & Co. to W. O. Jeffreys agent. part of Walnut Chamber Suits, :Ash Chamber Suits, :Mahoganyand
Schooner Anita, Jewett, Philadelphia:
he* permitted'himself to be bulldozed, or A Private Summer School. ballast, to master. Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at

i whether .he lacked the knowledge or the Prof. E. T. Woods, of Brunswick, Ga., CLEARED.
l moral courage, makes little difference in the Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,-,for Brunswick prices as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere-
will open here next week'a private summer daily, with freight and passengers,

result. He has lost'a strong hold upon the school. Prof.:Woods is.an instructor of ex- June Steamship by F. W.State Simmons of Texas., agent John Risk, for finished light and dark; Children's Bedsteads; Chairs in great

intelligent people. perience, and comes highly recommended. New York; freight and passengers, by and
f s The steamer Martha the past week sup- Further particulars will be given in his cir R.W. Southwick. agent. variety; Rockers of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast
May 29-Steamship City of Monticello McKee,
plied the British steamship Cam Marth with culars. for Palatka; by W. O. Jeffre McKee Centre; Washstands; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat and Wire;

2,000 gallons of water for her outward trip June Steamship City of Monticello ,for
Alderman Robinson is favoring the idea Charleston;by W.O. Jeff'eys, agent. Mattresses of various qualities, cheaper than ever: before sold
from up the St. Mary's river, also 1,000 gal- June 5-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,

lons to the schooner Florence Rogers; which of ber.making At the a prize last ring meeting of the of Council the Board cham-he for by W.Charleston O.Jeffreys;freight, agent.: and passengers, Pillows and Bolsters ; and a full, line of goods generally foundin

cleared for a South American port. The invited Alderman Austin, who is old enoughto a regular Furniture Store. We invite an inspection of our
water of the St. Mary's is acknowledged by Professor Woods, who is organizing! a'per-
be his father, on his side of the house fora .
all sea captains who have tried it to be the manent school at Fernandina, may be foundat stock.-
personal assault at arms. He took
i purest and best that can be shipped, beingas very the post.office'between 11 a.m. and
good care not to invite any other memberof We also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery-
sweet, pure and palatable after a twe1 vemont.hs' noon.

voyage as the day it is taken into the Board. The latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware and Porce-
JT. & T., Kydd
the tanks. The Martha supplies the Mallory Notice. lain Goods. Sold in suit
Have just received 2,000 yards Hamburg any quantity to purchaser.
steamships with water every week. After the close of my school, on the 19th; ,Edgings and Insertings bought 25-per cent.

I will give private instruction in English, below manufacturers' prices which they ': FRED W. HOYT & CO'rIl -
Refrigerators at Hoyt
store, Centre street. E. G. CBA"DLEIt. see them. .. '
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