Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00272
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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: July 11, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
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System ID: UF00054505:00272
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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COXSTITUTIOXA CO VENTION. bia, Santa Rosa, Walton, Holmes, I subject to the:'appellate jurisdiction the papers in the case in the office of Arrivals at the Strathmore.W .

Washington and Jackson. of the Circuit Court under such reg- the Clerk, and such 'cause ',shall be S Jordan Madison ; II S White, Yala-
MAJORITY REPORT OF; THE COMMITTEE- j I ,The Second Judicial Circuit shall ulations as now are or)n\ay be provided subject to an appeal in the manner ha; E II Wright King's Ferry : F W Johnston -

ON THE JUDICIARY. be composed of the counties'of Gads- I by law.. They n y'also have .prescribeE by law McClenny, Brandy., McClenny's Branch ; ;M Misses D Barber Merrill, J W

ARTICLE XL den, Liberty, Calhoun; Franklin, Leon jurisdiction. of proceedings relating SEC. 23. Attorneys at law, who Xew York A M Edwards Miss Hatti Bar-,
Wakuila and Jefferson. to the forcible entry unlawful detention have been admitted to practice in ber Miss Emma McClenny( ( Miss Lira Mc

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. .! The Third Judicial Circuit shall be : of lands and tenements. any'court of record ,in any State of JIbs Clenny.Emma Mrs L Mclvor.Mclvor and J E sun Ciiiimbliss. W P Horn and,

SECTION 1. The judicial power of: composed of the counties of Madison The County Commissioners i of each the Union, or to any United States wife, W Wolfe and sister: ; Mrs( Montsom-

the State shall be vested in a Su- Taylor, Lafayette, Hamilton, county may, if they slum necessary, Court, shall be admitted to practicein mery and daughter, J C Green. Miss Karr.

preme Court, Circuit Courts, County :.Suwanee and Columbia. call an election by the Courts, and Justices of the Peace. The Fourth Judicial Circuit shall j of the county for at County At- evidence of having been so and wife, .\ II Harrington and wife. C1v

SEC. 2. The style of all process ; be composed of the counties of Nassau torney; .he shall be a practicing at- admitted.A Prince mid wife, and two children. W P c +

plmll be "The State of Florida," and Duval, Baker, Bradford, Clay oriiey and shall prosecute. all criminal Ketchuiii X Xeedham and Orlando wife,;and:b:; W four Graves children, TennesMe"I C K '

all prosecutions shall be conductedin and St. Johns. cases before the Cminty Court, DISPATCH from Berlin says v that W Boy kin, BaltimoreV"T Forbes, E F ;'
the name and by the authority of I The Judicial Circuit shall be and lc the attorney vw.o! ] advisor the latest news from the palace with Paine. Miss( Coffin, Miss StW\\.'J:!eksonvrlle;
I M Abrams e E Mallette, Mrs Mallette, S S '
the same. composed of the counties of Putnam, of the Board of tUl1ty'Comluissioners regard to the Emperor's condition is i Ern>tein Wm Stockton. Savannah\ ; R D

SEC. 3. The Supreme Court shall Alachua, Levy, Marion: and Sumtcr. who shall ;.prescribe: his to the effect that after brief Holmer. R H Tate. H S; Cooper, wife and I'
consist of a Chief-Justice and two The Sixth Judicial Circuit shall be compensation. :a a rally sister, J C StiinglieiTe. J M[ Bolder wife and '
of the counties of Her- from the precarious condition in two children ; Randall Pone. F G :Moseley, 1 il
be elected be
Associate Justices, who shall composed SEC. 13. There shall elected by J r I) Hurnpling.! Frank W Pope and l family. j
by the qualified electors of theFt nan o, Hillsborough, Manatee, Polk the qualified electors of each Judicial which he was said to be several days J II Kiinheini.F :Murphy\ A Wallace! Jack- ;

e at the time and places of votingfor and Monroe. Circuit a State Attorney);:whose duties ago, he lapsed into a much, weaker lonville ; J X Taylor, wife and two chil- 1
(Iren. Wildwood G Merritleld( and ;
members of the Legislature, and Tho Seventh Judicial Circuit shall shall be prescribed sby[] lau;. He state. His present condition has so Misses Blair and; servant, Moses Daniel wife,VL
shall hold their office for the term of be composed of the counties of V oln- shall hold his office fo'r four years alarmed.the members of the Fulton It Hopkins, M R Rawns.M I
six years, except those first elected, sia, Brevard, Orange and Dade. and until his successor shall be imperial Vendez, J L Alexande, II L Heine, II Lot'i i
SEC. 8. The Circuit Courts shall family and the palace officials mann Louis Loet Brunswick. Ga.; H A5lernian. -
one of whom, to be designated by elected and qualified. \There shall Melrose ; A S Mnnn Cristal River;
lot in such manner as they may determine have original jurisdiction in all cases be elected in each countyby: the that they have abandoned, the policyso U llirsh: Cedar Key ; A A Gaddis, J A :Me- i
shall hold his oflicc for two at law in which the demand or value qualified electors thereof "a Sheriff persistently pursued heretofore of [)uffie, W R Kline. Brunswick ; Miss A !
to be in of the property involved exceeds five and Clerk of the Circuit Court who Hall. Xew Orleans; G P Healy W R Hunter -
another designated
years:;, a denouncing all adverse reports with Jacksonville; C D Bain try, New York ; ;
like manner for four years, and the hundred dollars, and in all cases involving shall be also Clerk of'the County T W Howard, England ; II Claystraw, West '
to the venerable
third for six years, so that one shall the legality of any tax, assess Court and of the of County regard Kaiser'shealth Virginia : W X Ferguson Dade City ; W L t
two after the ment toll or fine imposed for the Commissioners Recorde'r'' and as fabrications, and now ad- Scovell, It Sinnott J J Dodds, X Scovell,
be elected every years : cx- Louisiana; J F King, Jr Owens Ferry, Ga.; i
first election. violation of any ordinance of any qfficio Auditor of the C \2.uty; each of mit that his condition cause s.nll1Ch Geo Washby, Miss McCall, Gainesville; L

SEC. 4. The majority of the Justices incorporated city or town, and of actions whom shall hold his,.. >$'ice for four anxiety, and freely hint that the M Barrclle, San Mateo; C A Davis, Macon ; ,1
Miss Gertrude Holzendorf, St Mary's. J 1\I 4
the title of ,
of the Supreme Court shall con- involving or right years. Their duties 1';hall 'be prescribed 'worst may be expected at any mo McElroy, Corry, Pa.; Justice Epstine Read-
stitue a quorum for the transactionof possession of real estate, and all crim- by law. :jf jug, Pa.; J D Gibbens, Mis-s Julia C Gibbens:, l
all business. The terms of the I inal cases except such as may be SEC. 14. Grand arid'J etit i jurors ment. John Rich and wife and two children E H' i
II cotield Jacksonville.
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Supreme Court shall be held at the : cognizable by law by inferior courts. shall be taken from the registered A LONDON "The -- -
Capital of the State at the times that They shall also have concurrent jurisdiction voters of the respective counties. dispatch says: Traveler's Guide.
with the County Courts of people of Rome, and especially the f i+
now are or may be provided by law. The numbcf jurors for the trial of I
The Legislature shall have power to all cases at law cognizable.by County causes in any court may' be fixed by tradesmen; and real estate owners, TRANSIT fc PENINSULAR RAILROAD. a

prescribe regulations for calling into Courts, in which the demand or value law. i are alarmed over an intrigue between Day Passenger Train leaves i '

the Supreme Court a Judge of the of the property involved exceeds two SEC. 15. No person shall be eligi- he Vatican and the Italian Cabinetto For all Cedar points KeantI on Transit Wildwood Road.,.and......10.23? a. m. !
Circuit Court to hear and determineany hundred dollars, and of the actionof ble for Judge of the Supreme Court:: Savannah and all points Xorth .
the removal of
matters pending before the Courtin forcible entry and unlawful de or Circuit Courts who is not twentyfive secure the capital and West...............................10.25 a. m. !
"the place of any Justice thereof, tainer. They shall have appellate years of age, a qualified electorof rom that city. Pope Leo XIII. is For(connecting TallahasseeI'ensacolaandall at Callahan.)

who shall be disqualified or disabledin jurisdiction of matters pertaining to this State and a practicing at- urging the Cabinet to declare Naplesthe points on the Florida Central it '

such case, from interest or other the probate jurisdiction and the estates torney. ; capital of the kingdom, which Western Railroad................. ..10.25 a.ni.
and interests of minors in the (connecting at Baldwin.)
SEC. 16. The Chief
cause. salary of..the would leave him more freedom of {
SEC. 5. The Supreme Court shall County Courts, and final appellate Justice and Associate Justices' of the Day Passenger Train arrives
action in Rome. From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and [
jurisdiction all civil cases arising Signor Depretis,
have appellate jurisdiction in all Supreme Court shall 'bctiliree thou: all pointsoii the Transit Road... 4.35 p.m.
cases; at Jaw, civil and criminal, and in the County'Courts in which the sand dollars per anmlullo; salary', thc'; Prime :Minister, is favorably impressed From_.Savannah arid appoints. _in : _.:: ,
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fit equity commenced in the Circuit deniandoT: >thovalueoFttIibapropertyrinvolved of each Circuit Judge, s all be two the propo e(f.r ---'; From'ihc Tallahassee]i orthaTlIl ', Pensacola.. and : p.m.

Courts, and of appeals from the Cir- is one hundred dollars or thousand five hundred dollars per but.King Humbert has expressed all points on the Florida Central '
cuit Court in cases arising in the less, and appellate jurisdiction subject annum. fig Western Railroad................. 4.35p.m. \
,himself as decidedly opposed to it
County Courts as Courts of Probate, to an appeal to the Supreme SEC. 17. The counties of this State Nlaht Passenger Train leaves I
and in the management of the estatesof Court when the demand or the valueof shall be divided into Justices' Dis- for practical as well as traditional For Wild wIJod........................... 6.00 p.m. i i
For Savannah and all Xorth
infants and of cases tried in the the property exceeds one hun- tricts, and one Justice of the Peace reasons" and West................................. 5.30p.m. J;
dred dollars, and of all misdemeanors ..- ------ ---------,- -
Circuit Courts on appeal from the shall be appointed for each district, (connecting at Callahan.) :
County Courts where the demand or tried before the County Court, and the civil jurisdiction of such THE Microscope describes a pretty Night Passenger Train arrives j
value of the involved and of cases arising in the Mayor's of From Cedar Key Wildwood and :
property exceeds Justice shall be limited to his district experiment. Upon a slip glass
Courts. The Circuit Courts and all points on the Transit Road... 8.50 a. m. ;
one hundred dollars, and of but his process may run put a drop of liquid auric chlorideor I .From Savannah and all points in i
appeals direct from the County Courtsof Judges shall have power to issue throughout the county. Such Jus- the Xorth and West.................. 8.50 a. m. .
nitrate with half
all felonies tried therein. The writs of mandamus, injunction, quo- tice of the Peace shall have jurisdiction argentic a grain From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and j
of metallic zinc in the auric chloride all points on Florida Central & t
Court shall have power to issue writs warranto, certiorari, habeas corpus, in civil actions at law in which Western Railroad.................... 8.50a.m. i ',
mandamus, certiorari, prohibition, prohibition, and all other writs pro- the demand or the value of the prop- and copper in the silver. A growthof j i i
habeas and per and necessary to the complete involved and silver ferns will i
quo-warranto, corpus, erty does not exceed twentyfive -' exquisite gold '
exercise of their Train leaves daily, Stniday i :
jurisdiction. except ; .
also all writs necessary or proper to dollars, and in criminal cases to form beneath the eye. For Jacksonville........................ 7.00 a. m. i
the complete exercise of its jurisdiction. SEC. 9. All appeals to the Circuit bail and commit parties accused of For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p.m. :. i
Each of the Justices shall have Courts shall be trials de now. crime to the Circuit and County A FRENCHMAN has patented a pro- Train arrives lady, except Sunday ,.,

power to issue writs of habeas corpusto SEC. 10. It shall be the duty of the Courts. They shall have no juris- cess of making butter by passing a From From Jacksonville Jacksot1\"iIle..ll.18...................... 7.10p.m.a. m. ,
any part of the State upon peti- Judges of the Circuit Courts to report diction in cases where the title or Sunday[!/-
tion by or on behalf of any person. to the Attorney-General at least boundary ofreal is in- current of electricity through milk, From Jacksonville .....................10.20a.m. "
held in actual and property thus the of From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40p.m.For :
custody, may thirty days before each session of the volved. Justices of the Peace shall rendering operation Jacksonville ........................ 0.50 a.m. .
make such writs returnable before Legislature, such defects in the lawsas be appointed by the Governor only churning unnecessary. A similar For Jacksonville ........................ 5.15 p. m. :
himself, or the Supreme Court, or may have been brought to their upon the recommendation of the method is to be used for cheese MALLOUY LINE. i!

any Justice thereof; or before any attention, and to suggest such amendments grand juries of the several counties, making and to restore ancient but- For New York direct, by steam- '
Circuit J ud c. or additional legislation as and shall always be removed by the ships State of Texas or City If' :
SEC. G. The Supreme Court shall may be deemed necessary. The Governor upon the recommendation ter to its original sweetness of flavor. San Antonio,Thursday evening 7.00 p.m. .
From New York direct of ,
by City
appoint a Clerk of the Supreme of the ---------
Attorney-General shall report to the grand juries. San Antonio and State of Texas, ,. '
Court who shall have his office at Legislature at each session such leg- SEC. 18. A Constable shall be DR. CHIBRET, a French oculist, reports every Friday.......................... 3.00 p'.m.
the Capital, and shall be Librarianof islation as he may deem advisable. elected by the registered voters in to the Academic de Medecinethat CHARLESTON; &: FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. j
the Supreme Court library; he SEC. 11. There shall be a County each county for every five hundred having been obliged to remove For Charleston, by steamship City
Monticello, Wednesday.From ,
shall hold his office until his every
successor Court, which shall be a Court of Record registered voters, but each county he Charleston, by same steamer '
diseased from girl
is appointed and qualified.SEC. organized in each county and shall have at least two Constables, a eye a young every Sunday..... ............... p. m. ;
7. There shall be seven Circuit the Judge of said Court shall be and no county shall have more than replaced it with one taken from a ST. MARTS RIVER.

Judges, who shall be elected by elected by the qualified electors of twelve Constables. They shall 'perform rabbit. At the time of his statement For Steamer St. Marys JIarthd and leaves Crandall Centre,Tuesday street Ick- !

the qualified electors of the State at said county at the time and placesof such duties and under such in- fourteen days had elapsed, and the and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m...
the times and places of voting for voting for members of the Legislature structions as shall be prescribed by had retained its vitality and was For St. Marys and Dungeness
members of the Legislature, who and shall hold his office for eye Wednesday and Saturday......... :?.OO p. m.:,
law.SEC. well. For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,
shall hold their office for six years. four years. The Judge of the County 19. All pleas shall be sworn doing Monday and Thursday........... 8.00 a.ID. '
The State shall be divided into seven Court shall be a practicing attorneyof to either by the parties or their at- THE cholera epidemic in Spain is Steamer Martha arrives-
Judicial Circuits. One of said Judges not less than three years' practice, torneys.SEC. From St. Marys and Crandall, on
shall be elected from each Circuit, whose compensation shall be fixed 20. The Legislature may establish on the increase. Over 50,000 people Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00a.m.,
From St. and ,'
Marys Dungeness
and shall be the Judge of the Circuit bv law. courts for municipal pur- have left Spain in consequence. on Wednesday and Saturday..... 9.00a.m.
from which he is elected, but said SEC. 12. The County Court shall poses only in incorporated cities and ---- -------.-- From St.Mary's and King's Ferry, ,

Judges shall be elected by the qual- have jurisdiction of all misdemeanors towns. All laws for the organization List of Letters Tuesday and Friday.........'....... 2.00 p.m.

iiiid! electors of the State at large. and of all cases of larceny where or government of municipal Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- ---- --

. Su''h' Judge shall hold at least two the property stolen does not exceed courts shall be general in their pro- dina, Nassau county, Florida, July 11th, An Open Frank letter.-It is by

tiTms, t of his Court in each county twenty; dollars. The County Court visions and be equally applicable to 1835. Persons calling for these. letters must no means strange. that Dr. David Kennedy

within his Circuit each year, at such shall have jurisdiction of actions at the municipal courts of all incorpo- say advertised : should have received the following in minute letter.
it will
Butler Hollaway, J R By reading you see one
times and places as may be regulatedy law in which the demand or the rated towns and cities. Bryant,,Lyruus Ramond Hooper,Henry why its writer could recommend it.-[Eo.]
1 law. Such Judge may hold spe- value of the property involved docs SEC. 21. No other courts than Canavale, Emerline Jomsen. George Mr. J. W. Horner' traveling agent for Am-
1" (! terms of his Court. The Gov- not exceed five hundred dollars. The those herein specified shall be or- Cusack, Richard Jackson M bach, Burgander" & Co., Baltimore suffering Md.,
and I
Mrs A Shalmon S F says: 3Iy head felt bad was -
"r'r} > in his discretion order of the Court shall have in this State. Chambers, *
may a Judge County ganized devolve, Dr Simpsom, Wra from in igestion. A trial of Favorite
f< :unorary exchange of Circuits by jurisdiction to take probate of wills, SEC. 22. Any civil cause may be Chambers, James J Todd Dr Remedy' made me fl'ellike a new man. I
r "' respective judges, or any Judge to grant letters testamentary arid of tried before a practicing.attorney Goodnian, Henro Walters, John cheerfully recommend" it to all needing a t
Walters, John G medicine the kind.
*'i hold one or more terms or parts administration and guardianship and referee upon the application of the Hulbert Harrison,,C DE B Walls, John .t r.t

0? terms in any other Circuit thant of the settlement of the estates of decedents -I parties and an order from the Courtin Hull, II & Co Whitney, Eugene : Lighter for Sale.
;' .t for which he was elected. Until and minors, and to dischargethe : whose jurisdiction the case may Hill, L D Williams, Mary J An exceptionally strong-built Lighter, 70

I)' '.icnviso defined by the Legislature, duties usually pertaining to be, authorizing such trial and appointing Hubbard, John. S. T. RIDDELL P. M. by. 15; feet in thorough good**order.LIGHTER.Applyto "

t' several J Judicial Circuits shall beas courts of probate, including the such referee. Such referee Box 121, Fernandina, Fla. -

follows : power to order the sale of real; estateof shall keep complete record of the Seersucker Suits, ,
The First Judicial Circuit shall be minors; subject to such regula- case including the evidence taken, and summer Clothing on this week's steamer. Refrigerators at Fred ,\ Hoyt. C .'s'"

composed of the counties of Escam- tions, as .may be provided, by law,and ,and such record 'shall. be filed with- jy+. tf _: ... ,. -. J. & T. KYDD. .Furniture'. :S Store, Centre' Street.'r" _':, '''":.-,. .'.'
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;, .1 THE FLORIDA MIRROR_ ': JULY V 11, 1885. .

w S E, :: THE OLD llOJ/E, I profession, and a clergyman: ought to to deceive and to be deceived." I suit or accompaniment of ignorance, I little ignorant,t' woman-child! or child.
have no unnecessary ties or incuinbrance.s "Opinionssapiently observed the and though tender and true, she had woman, who had never felt I'i nth oV
R'tttrn, return the voices cried, ahead of institu- been tried she had never been before in
: and you hated children, and other, "are always never pressure iron folds Knor
qV *( "To voiirold l valley fir away all women were false-that you loved tions. But attacking the latter is tempted by the sweet solicitings of Fraser gave her a conventional sort of
For softlvon the river tide than could often like knocking one's head againsta any pleasant 'sin. And so: she possessed kiss, but did not respond
Rir ; your bay filly more you : very warmly
r w The tender lights and shadows play; hurt ''no real character.' The moral her embraces
I love'the best of 'wives. stone wall. You cannot or to as he retreated
And all the banks are gay, with flowers, "I,was out of sorts' ," was tbeimFa- move the stone wall, but.will certainly. sense remained untested in her little his study, not ,because he was lacking to
,, ; Ye And cannot all the find hills such mv bloom sweet as with ours thyme ; tient response .to this objection; "and injure your head" sheltered life, and it might and might in love, but because he was busy and

I ": In you bright foreign clime!" this is a brown filly,you know-wants "Very likely," answered Fraser, not emerge favorably from the first preoccupied. Day followed day with-
breaking: into harness and educating, "but some one must begin. The rude ordeal. out even a disagreeable interruption
tV ; For me, I thought, the olives grow, ra't.hervild and shy at present, jibs bridge has to be made, and some of us, Her father, James Thurston, when which would have been welcome, and
f The Mm lies warm upon the vines; and backs occasionally, but can go of course, will be buried in its founda- he had .lived forty years of retired Buttercup"grew rather weary Of
"!i And yet I will arise and go straight enough when she likes." tions. Never mind, I am ready for simplicity in the country, with indif- her monotonous currIculum-life and
w T,) that dear valley dim with pines: ; What, if I may _venture to inquire the worst, if need be. A workingman ferent health, believing himself now lessons-tea: and toast, and eggs and
f Old loves are dwelling there, I said, ," said his friend, curiously, like myself should find a help- to be no fool, and intending to be his educatIon-no raptures and roses, no
if Untouched by years of chang and pain ; might be her name? For I will meet in a working-man's daughter. own physician, had suddenly brokenall lilies and languors, no balk or they
Old faiths, that I hail counted dead, Labor labor labor-that is the his ties and to Lon-'
migrated tres breakfast
swear she IS no common person. one early or operas, and preach
Shall: rise, and live again. It might be," exclaimed Knox, glorious, manly, womanly business of don. His wife had been head nurse I
1 And still'" Return, return," they sungrith satirically, with a slash at his friend's life." in a nobleman's family for a long Educator
sf I *' \\ us abides eternal calm; slipshod English, Portia or Cassan- "I admire your courage," said Magnus time, and was copsiderably older than examination, hard walking and talk
In these old fields, where Ericson but I tremble for the her husband. Ann called so after and from 2
;f' you were young, dra, or Daisy or Violet, but as a matter ing visiting to 5 o'clock
We cull the heart's ease and the balm.; of fact it is Buttercup least, consequences; though, whatever you Lady Ann Norwood, once Mrs. Thurs- a hurried hot dinner, and a dismal -
For us'the flocks and herds increase that is her pet name." Her real name do, it will make no difference between ton's pet child, was the sole issue of crowded meeting afterward
r "
:, And'. children play around our feet; was unmitigated Ann, without the extenuating US." t:A their union. The refinement and intellectual in some stuffy, unsavory COUrt: or
4; At eve the sun goes flown in peace- circumstance of the termi- Come and see her, and judge for culture and aesthetic awa- alley. It i is true, matins one day and
Return, for rest is sweet." nal e, but it did not suit him to divulge yourself,""cried the impulsive Knox. kening which 'Stella Thurstpu, the evensong the next varied the mill-
rh: Then I arose and crossed the sea, such an unromantic secret. The brown filly is worth looking at, mother, had absorbed and assimilated round routine ; but, in spite of these,
'> r) And sought that home of younger days; "And as you rightly conjecture, she is and will bear criticism-no weak during her protracted service in Lord there was a melancholy sameness
V Xo love of old was left to me, not an ordinary woman-indeed, she points anywhere-sound in wind and Silverdale's family, had come out in about the work. Knox Fraser was"a
3',, (For love has wings and seldom stays;) is still quite girl." limb-a little skittish it may be, but beautiful blossom (as it always does ,perfect slave, and refused all invitations
t But there were graves upon the hill "That is good," was the commentof none the worse for that-will make with such nurses' offspring) in But to dinner, though he occasionally
t,; And sunbeams shining on the sod, Magnus: as he retreated still farther the running all 'the better-nicely tercup's" face, and form and manners. relented, and relaxed into lunch at a
And low winds breathing) "Peace, be still ;" feeling thankful that a substan- groomed and admirably trained up to But both Stella and James Thurstonwere friend's house. And the light-hearted
fy: h t Lot things are found in God. tial table divided them.&I you, a certain point; but that only the first deficient in moral ballast, the "Buttercup," who had hitherto been
1 Lt if Lady Brassey will kindly excuse step. Let's adjourn to the stables." mother especially, who had rather, the sweetest of heretics in innocent irregularities -
,, t+ THE STABLE COMPAMOy. me, are well in the roaring forties.' No sooner said than done. And off romantic temperament. Was this and was a born Antinomian -
.. "-, '. That is not of the slightest conse- they went at a rapid rate, out of York weakness inherited by the daughter gradually discovered, to her
i A STORY OF A CURATE'S LOVE. quence," replied the perfervid candI- street and through Baker street, intoa ? Living a quiet, secluded life in grief and surprise, that the "higher
> date for matrimony. "She will be little quiet by-road, which lay mod- the country for sixteen years, shieldedby sacerdotal life"was no fun at all, bat
J CHAPTER 1.i wife and daughter both-a double estly by the side of a big thoroughfare fond parental care from all that a miserable bondage and a perpetual
( i *' Prosopolepsv, or respect of persons gratification, a child-woman or woman- as a private occupation moves was coarse and evil, "Buttercup" had penance.It .
: I : ," said Knox I Fraser'impetuously I child." shyly in shadow by the side of a pub- grown up in utter naturalness' uncon- was now April, bright, warm t
is not at all in my line. It is worse Butter and jam," muttered Magnus lic office, with its great glare and conscious of the wickedness in the weather, that called her young natureto
1<.kj1 'than-" cynically to himself; and there'sno restless strife. The houses were un- world around. Devoted to her, and enjoyment and cheerful conversa-
,,1 Epilepsy," suggested his friend fool like the old fool." pretending, or were inhabited by respectable knowing what a dangerous possession tion, and she was sitting alone one
Magnus I Ericson, or Dr. Tryon Fil- Always excepting the young and artisans and members of the beauty was, her father and mother afternoon, with a bad cold, which pre-
>Itr a w grave, who is so great at fits that he conceited," shouted Knox, who unfor- laboring class. An occasional brass had wisely kept all wild male creatures vented her going out, when the front
is too fond of studying them in the tunately overheard the criticism, rais- plate gave an air of semi-professional except the old and harmless,entirely door bell rang, and Lord Beausire was
i t light of experiments at the expense of ing a cane chair from the ground, and distinction to the street, which was away from her. But as Thurs- announced. He was a cousin to Knox
his friends or patients." menacingly brandishing itat his friend, somewhat obscured by the absence of tons were in Knox Eraser's parish Fraser,about five and twenty,a genial,
And quite right," replied the who having now reached the wall anything approaching to serious com- they could not escape his hyena-like handsome, brilliant officer in the
rfi d other, for sacrifice or vicarious suf- could retire no farther. petition. Knox Fraser, who had not activity and burning sacerdotal zeal. Guards. "Buttercup" had seen him
,.g r and dying for others- : You are forty-five" cried Magnus, opened his mouth the whole way, The mossy ,stone of rural retirementno before for a few minutes several times,
is the great law that underlies the in self-defence, and she is"- stopped abruptly a weatherbeatendoor longer over-shadowed and concealed and thought him kind and friendly.
whole of organic nature. A man is Seventeen next birthday, which is that boasted of no metal decora- the precious flower, and the stern, His entrance now pleasantly punctu-
*:; V not worthy of the name who will not next week," said Knox, subsiding a ration, and knocked sharply four straightforward military curate hadan ated a stiff page in the omniscient
I surrender his body, when the opportunity little.&I But then I hate women- times. There was immediately V a eye which nothing could elude, anda Popular Educator."

lf;r. arises, to the surgeon's knife or grown-up children-with fixed habits sweet rustling within, as of a fluttered will nothing daunted ; and the ''Heard you were ill, from Knox,"
r the necessities of medicine. Mine: is and minds, stuffed full of furniture dove-cot., then a tripping of lightsomefeet Thurstons, who had been induced by: he said, bowing low, "and came to
always at the disposal of science before and dress and rubbish. Give me an the sound of soft, low girlish Lady Silverdale, with the prospect of comfort you. Light literature, eh?
w, a '" and after death. The miserable body, innocent vacuum, which I can fill laughter, ail ,the next moment Magnus employment. to transplant themselves, Whatever is it? Oh, CasseJJs-very
r i .t':': indeed 1 I I .am perfectly sick of the with pretty pictures and Greek stat- stood face to face with the "brown had not been a week in their new good, of course, and very dry. Don't
miserable cant and outcry of the sen' ues, and scientific truths'and Christian filly." quarters when Knox Fraser unearthed you ever see the newspapers?'*
I t timental anti-vivisectionists. What is philosophy and a taste for sweetness The look of expectant happiness in them. He fell desperately in love lIe thinks," she said, smiling,
s F ;, i suffering at the worst? Why, I would and"- the large languid eyes passed into a with Buttercup"- once, but fought "women ought not to read them- ,
t die a thousand deaths to establish the "Sugar-plums," interpolated Eric- startled expression as "Buttercup" against his foolish passion for some they are so full of falsehood and abuse
simplest truth. I have the profoundest son. i confronted the stranger, while she took time, though he surrendered uncon- and bad things."
, : est esteem for Dr. Tryon Filgrave." Do you want," asked Fraser, furi- Fraser hand with the calm assuranceof ditionally at last. As for her, he was "Well," he answered in sympa-
1fl l t ;,, ., You are a strange fellow, Knox," ously, to be smashed ?" And he ad- proprietorship. She was dressed the very first gentleman, and, indeed, thetic tones, "there are lots of good
t .,t., tx laughed :Magnus l ,. for I know you vanced a step or two, glooming across neatly and simply in a dress of some the very first proper marriageableperson stories and travels, which give one a
,, ,,g, : ; possess the very kindest of hearts, and the table with the terrors of his black dark materiallwhich fitted like a glove that she had seen and really knowledge of the world, and which
t :, '; I have seen you pick up a worm in the brows knitted. the exquisite symmetry of her fault- known. And no wonder she felt ex- you must read to hold your own insociety.
+' p ,.;.,<,: street and put it carefully on one side, I It would be a pity," was the an- less form. Tall and slight, and yet ceedingly flattered by his attentionand .''
t ; lest it should be trodden on. It is a swer, "because then you would have rather plump than lean, she seemedan homage, and in her agreeable excitement He says,"murmured" Buttercup,"
f ';x '. mercy that men are better than their no best man,' and no one to championyou I ethereal arrangement, in brown, imagined that she returned apologetically, ,down her pretty
94 w.+ ,t pinion8-aye, and their gods, for you in your folly. As things are, my. the study of some mighty painter, his love. And a few days after the brown head, "I want educating more,
worship Experimental Science. And regard for you is so great that I would who had dipped his brush into the visit of the two friends the marriagetook and moulding, and brought into harInony -
in spite of your passionate paradoxes gladly follow you to the stake, even if tender glories of the twilight. The place, and Buttercup" (in all with my en-vi-ron-ments-yes,
i r :, \ and indignant assertions, I am sure it should be a mis-take." rich, red lips pouted now and then, her baby innocence) became Mrs. that's'it. And so I am going througha
y you are as'' prosopoleptic' all of us. Thank you," said Knox, in his like those of a pretty, petted child, Knox Fraser. kind of curri-*'
,: ,. You remember only yesterday, when heartiest and most resonant voice, and delicate waves of color rippledover "And now," said the curate, who Curry-combing, I understand," he
the Empress had to step across that seizing his friend's hand and worrying the round and dimpled cheeks. had scouted the idea of a honeymoonas interrupted, to make you fit and put
5 muddy pavement, in order to visit the. it in his huge fist as a terrier might Masses of dark hair, lit up here and barbarous and idle fooling, unwor- you in form. But that's rather slow
rf k4 f hospital which she wished to visit, you worry a rat, but I have not,told you there with strange gleams of gold, as thy of a man and a Christian, your and dull, is it not?"
took off your new overcoat and spread half yet. Listen, please." if the Mexican fireflies were tangledand education in grim earnest must begin. Lord Bausire stopped an uncommonly
it on the dirtiest part, for fear her "At your service," cried Magnus, spangletl! in the heaped-up tresses, You are to be a workingman's wife, long time, and took early tea
3f :, dainty feet should be soiled. Would lighting a fresh cigarette and assumingan crowned the fresh innocence of an and you must be his fellow-laborer in and made himself most agreeable
V: you have done as much .for a poorxl' attentive and receptive attitude. almost baby beauty. And the voice the vineyard of the Church. Life is and left Buttercup" feeling sore and
; V t beggar woman ? The muscular Christian,late captainin was a mixture of Edgar Poe's silver too serious for mere pleasure, and not ill-use'd, and uncomfortable, and dis
:t > "Yes," said Knox Fraser, courageously a dashing cavalry regiment and now bells and Coleridge's brook singing a long enough for holidays. Do you contented. The next day he called
c t 'V, "of course I like and admire transformed into a London curate, quiet tune with a delicious purity all agree?" again, bearing a book as an excuse,
t a the Empress; but, after all, she is shook himself like a big Newfoundland its own. And yet, and yet there was Oh, certainly," she replied,puttingher and carefully inquired, first, if his
?' ,. only a beggar (when she prays) like coming out of the water, and be- something wanting. What could it arm coaxingly round him. "Whatever "cousin" (to make it all right and
-: the mendicant, though she happens to gan : be? Of intelligence and sympathythere you wish, I wish. It will be proper_).was. .any. better. And, he re-
beggar"i "You know I .have some curious .appeared to be liberal measure, great fun." peated Ins .visits as often as he dare d,
rr argue with you," notions, and am Democrat, Radical, but the eye and the ear seemed to'miss "Well, then," he continued, gentlybut I till the poor little woman-child or
answered Magnus, for you invariably Revolutionist, if you will, to the back- something. The pronunciation was firmly withdrawing the beautifularm child-woman awoke at last with an
iii concuss rather than discuss every" sub- bone. Well, I am ,going to practice good, the answers ready, and often which seemed at that momentan aching heart, to find that she had
1 : V ject. You talk as boxing-gloves would, what I preach. It is utterly useless- amusing, the apprehension quick, the incongruous factor, suggestive of I really loved her husband, and did
t;; :::V if they could speak." nay, it is mean and cowardly-to talk politeness quite that of a lady to the impertinent trifling with grave and I truly, passionately, madly, wickedly
And now," observed his friend,, about liberty, and equality, and fraternity manor born, the movements elegant weighty matters, "we will commenceat love Bertie Beausire; and he knew it-
1 calmly ignoring the last remark,, and all that, and then to give and unrestrained, but still a stitch in once. I' propose at the outset a Knox Fraser was far too much absorbed -
.. *shall I tell you why I asked you tot the lie by your whole life to your the lovely work was dropped, a link course of Barry's Annotated Prayer- in his ecclesiastical concerns to
luncheon ?" teachings. So I intend to show I mean gone, a note absent. What was it? book'and Cassell's Popular Educator. inquire about his wife's afternoons, or
:: To beat, and bully some new what I say, and believe my opinions, Ericson thought of Undine and the .' Your mind has to be moulded, to notice the great sad change that
I crotchet into my Conservative brain," by marrying one of the people-a genuine fawn and wondered if "Buttercup" and the husband is the fittest personto was taking place. On the contrary.
replied Ericson, unconsciously withdrawing Autochthon, a child of the soil, really possessed that very troublesome do this. In the afternoon you will instead of observing the shadow, he '
c his chair a few feet further a daughter of the earth. Now, do property, which is supposed by cer- accompany me on my visits, and being was pleased at her increasing serionsness
: back from the fiery Scotsman. you condemn me?" tain philosophers to reside in the yourself one of the people, you possess and stupidly fancied she was
V I am going to be married the "I know better, said Magnus pineal gland, generally called the soul. an advantage. that I do not, in be- shaping into a suitable clergy-woman,
latter said, slowly and deliberately, as gravely; and I promise to stand by Or could it be the presence of some ing better able to understand their and would eventually shake down(the
; V.. V if he expected opposition and was you. But what will society say ?" foreign element that disturbed and feelings and interpret their needs. beautiful "brown filly" that she was/
t," ; : prepared for the battle. "It is not "What," exclaimed Knox angrily, dimmed the radiant and, rejoicing Ours is to be a ministering life." into a perfect "stable companion."
V good for a man to be alone; bachelor. "have I to do with such organized young life? And yet, ,in the society That is lovely, indeed," observed The dark hour arrived all too soon
,- is a mere fragment of humanity.". He hypocrisy and: falsehood, a bloated of that enchanting child-woman, that "Buttercup," alluding not to the cross facilis desccmus. She met Lord
jumped up from his seat as he spoke, sham and tyranny? My business, Divine daughter of the earth,, the she had to bear, but to the glitteringarms Beausire, her "cousin at Mine. Ta-
arid roughly thrust his chair back in a and that of every true man and misgivings and suspicious soon melted and gay uniforms of some cavalry saud's. In a few minutes the confidences -
corner, like a: captain at sea.sighting woman, is to reform it-nay, to remove a\yar.like snow beneath an April pun. officers who were passing their house. were exchanged, the confessions ;
an enemy's ship and clearing for action and abolish it and substitute a I am glad," he went on," that you were made, and the elopement
purer and better state of things. So-' CHAPTER II.. ,have some notion of what the dutiesof settled. The young nobleman was
"If I am not mistaken," cried :Magnus ciety is rotten to the core. What is it?' Buttercup," no doubt, was a mira- a priest's wife should, be. And not a person to lose an opportunity or
in astonishing tones, "you assuredme Just a conspiracy of idle and ignorant cle of girlish loveliness, affectionate, now for business." inclined 'to wait for any one's con-
last week that you never meant to persons, who, to attain a certain clinging, maidenly, modest and in no- :Martial law, sarcedotal discipline, science. ".,
marry-that you were wedded to your amount of unworthy amusement,agree cent. But her innocence was the re- which is worse, then involved the poor "Nor never,," he whispered \

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THE; FLORIDA 'MIRROR.. : JULY 11. .1885. !

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love will RULES AND REGULATIONS S i mediate or prompt action is requiri-d! shall : .'; ..
you really me you give up to the President of the Board, whose New Advertisements, IT.STANDS 7 THE IIEAD .
IN RELATr<>:N'TO ,I report "
all. duty it shall be in every suctfcase reportedto )
Buttercup" hesitated, and the woman QUARANTINE.Adopted I institute proceedings.for.the.fnforiement : 't'

14760 1885 ..., ,
of the law
in sut-h provided.
who hesitates is lost. Tomorrow 1 case, .
,by the Board of Health jOr'NtUStlL' .Tau Li ht-ItnlllJn '
SEC. 17. The Inspector shall personally : .. ; ; ;:
," she faltered. I must see him Counti/; Fla., Nay'18, 1885. visitat the gnartutine'grountls all vessels Rose Leaf Fine Cut 0 _
once more, and say good-by. arriving at the. harbor nsW:o/Hi as-ptt-sihle, I

Can't, write," he suggested, SECTION 1. During the quarantine season after such arrival and .tjt.to inspect the Navy Clippings :
you it shall be the-dutyof the pilots'to conduct! d ,, F'jES.TIcT" l \
Ito 'same, and if found in''go; u sanitary .con : :
"and tell him you are grateful for the quarantine grounds all vessels ai riving otherwise! restricted to 1 a

kindness, etc., but you married before, in the harbor of Fernandina" except the dition quarantine, and by not the rules of this Board, he and Snuffs -.. ...............-................................ .................-....:..;.

knew mind ? Come lines of coastwise steamers, and bring to shall give a certificate of inspection and
your own anchor at such all such! BEST
you quarantine grounds:: [ TN
health, which certificate slfallfully identify
darling. vessels, there toremain, for such time as the her This cut shows flunew style IIf od-work. '
the vessel and certify, to' good sanitarycondition
The next minute they were in a Port Physician shall designate, and the said .' The (certificate given shall t that. the eoimiunv i is now introducing.:

hard to.catch a fast train pilots shall immediately notify thq Port be demanded and taken up, by the HarborMaster r 9fdrINtPG ;
cab driving '
the national = =
Physician by flying ensign I
of the Port from the master of aiiy
from Victoria Station.. the foremast-head, of the arrival of said vessel'receiving' the same and entering the
"What will ..he and think and vessels; and the said pilots shall hand the
say, harbor, and by the Harbor Master deliveredto 1- I

do," she half sobbed, when I do. not sol master, a copy, or persosi of these. having rules charge and regulations.SEC. of said ves. : the President' of the Board of Health ; ThY I i
and no vessel sliall be assigned to berthor
return? 2. All vessels quarantined'under the
allowed approach! any wharf or dockin
of these rules shall remain at said I IDICKEY'S .:. -- -
"You can telegraph, he replied, provisions : the harbor of Fernandina, or receive or ONTO CUa..E:: uXTO P.4."Y

caressing her, "when we have reached quarantine\ without communication\ with discharge any cargo; without {first obtaining
the shore, or with any person or persons such certificate. Provided, that this reg latin |
France. whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsof :: '
i with reference to inspection i
"I do care for him a little, you any description whatever, unless by pl- shall not apply to coastwise steamers PAINLESS. EYE WATER,
of the Port Physician and --- ....... '"' -
she added 'and he is trustful permission ; plying between Brunswick, Savannah,
know so
boats vessels inflamed and ,
AT ONCE., Cures
or ,
I no person or persons or
Charleston New York and Fernandina un'less RELIEVES
-it seems cruel." shall visit or hold any communication with in ti few hours. Gives 1\'O 1'Al\. ,
!'peciall.orllered by He Board. ." .
Price,2 > cents bottle. Ask font.
They arrived at the station just in quarantined vessel: unless hy special SEC. 18. It. shall be tu\! duty of the DICKEY, & ANDEKSON.Prop'ts, Eristol.Tenn.WANTEDI 1

time. Lord Beausire got the tickets, authority from the Port shall Physician hold ;. and if Quarantine Inspector to il1 rder: all vessels ;.

: any quarantined vessel communication into quarantine found .upon inspectionto INTELLIGENT, Ambitious Energetic
and they were stepping into a first- ,with any other quarantined!,vessel: I he in a foul and unsanitary condition to secure and-fill our orders in his sec-
when he then such vessel shall be quarantined for "' I tion. Responsible House. References
class carriage was unceremoniously to be thoroughly cleansed and exchanJre (
thrust aside and fifteen days additional in addition to all disinfected.' And all vessels( 1: arriving dttrerentdepartment, AlSOlnISALARY I
a :
: strong
other tines or penalties imposed by these GAY BIA'. BOX 1,555.: ;
the fair from ports south of 25 north latitude, and I
laid fugitive'sarm.
hand on .
was regulations.SEO. .
vessel which at any time within WILL FIT. I
looked round and sawher 3. On and after the opening each any may
before her arrival have
sixty days next entered 1M EY ARE STYLISH. \-j
of the National Station !
Quarantine -
husband and nearly fainted away. year at, cleared from or taken on ballast or ? ,
((Sapelo Sound); all vessels:: from illft'ct..dports WILL PLEASE YOU. I
or which at the time of arrival \
Not a word was spoken by one of the having sickness on board shall be directed cargo may THE fj I j
have board ballast taken
on or cargo on Artistically Uealatiti 1.lVithoiit.
three. The guilty lover >sneaked; off, by the pilot to proceed l to said National at any port or ports any south of 23 north latitude MEN'S" FINE SHOES \j .

feeling almost blasted Ly one burning Quarantine! Station. : and any vessel hailing from, having r: a Peer.IN j(.
SKC. 4.< Any vessel arriving at. port,
touched at, entered, or taken on ballast or ,
glance 1 from Eraser's indignant eyes. bearing the certificate of the National Quar- cargo, at infected or suspected port. HAND-MADE II k ITS .MECHANICAL COSSTRfCtlOX ;\ 1
latter rebuked his wife antine Officer must be brought to anchor at any Q- ,
The never once within sixty clays before arrival! and I
nor alluded to the episode, but he the quarantine statioh, and there remain vessel having sickness on' board; of any any g:\, GOODYEARWELTS J,i IT HAS :NOR I ,r AL' t 1 1 1I
Board of .
until released the order of the
bv "
kind or having had any sickness or deathon i At MACHINE I ;
himself for
sternly reproached neglect. Health. Before .: J fJ 5f The new lines of attachment that are I
board within days arriving
sixty 7' '
He changed his mode of education, SEC. 5. All such vessels as are described and no vessel shall be released from quar-' t yqR SpG c ". SEWED. I now. being -placed with each Dllme tic"P :
in Section 3, arriving during the closure of ( G1 [ are specialties. No other machine has them
took her to Scotland for the regulation antine or allowed to proceed to.her destination :} -9/I '
said National Quarantine Station, shall anchor j "G. G 1 These attachments and the new wood-work ;
is made( : '
honeymoon, gave her plenty of.amusement and remain .at the Port Quarantine Inspector until and after Port full Physician report ,to the by Board, the is:,:.:'-.,:....,..'.:.,..' .,.: :..,BOSr-. ToN ON 0':'. .' make the Domestic"! mom' than ever.with- j t tj ,
and and fought shy ofmale Station under the personal supervision or t 1\1\ < I out question, '
change, of Health, and then only'on( the authorized ':: '
't' ; : ::::: ::
'ST ;:
cousins" for the future. And direction of the Quarantine Officer. permit of the Board, 'signed by the Secretary .:<, > :! t
SEC. 0. All vessels arriving at this port thereof. The Acknowledged Standard of I ,
thus "Buttercup"proved ever fond .
had the
with sickness on board or having MADE BV
and faithful afterward as his stable same: during'voyage, will at all seasons of SEC. 19. The Inspector shall interrogatethe HATHAWAY SOULE & HARRINGTON. Excellence. !
master of and Vessel arriving, ,
the from what either any every
no port
companion. -Prize Story in London year matters ALWAYS RELIABLE.These i
American; or foreign, anchor at the quarantine under oath, touching all upon whichit ii .
goods are made In nIl the Leading Styles
the of the and Port
Society. station and there remain until releasedby is duty Inspector
Sold dealers.
and Every where by first class We -FOR SALE BY- I
-- --- -- --- order of the Board of Health. Physician to be informed, and if the master use first-class stock and employ none but skilled

A Florida Trade Itcvlcw. Sea 7. Vessels from ports south of 2,50 .. of any vessel shall refuse to answer any workmen.enceln (:nndyen AR we have\WJts had, than more any and other longer manufacturersorMEN'SFINESHOFitisacknowiedgedbp ex perl- HENRY HOBEIN i
question or questions put to him by the Inspector i
will the entire
north during year, .
Encouraged by the success which attended and all ballastat or Port Physician or shall answer all that we take thi !,-'\.1.! AMc yourdealer for the

the publication of\Vorld'srairedition, he the required quarantine to discharge station.any evasively or untruthfully, or if the Inspector I you HATHAWAY.are looking:SOULE-nw-oil& firrfr-ii-at IlAlSKIXGTOX, a medium SHOE price., it FERXANDINA, FLOI DA. ,

the proprietors of the Times-Union have decided SEC. 8. On and after May 1st and until shall have reason to suspect concealment, i Ij
November 1st of each and if he may extend his examination to the crew ; I ij
Annual Trade Number year, longer j
the Board of Health so determine,all coast- and it shall be his duty in such cases to Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.Address 1
which is to excel in every respect all former wise vessels must anchor at the quarantine order the vessel into quarantine, there to !

editions. Unlike most trade editions, this station. Vessels from non-infected or ii on- abide the order of the Board. .-

one will not be the commercial exponent ofa suspected ports will not be detained longer SEC. 20. Every vessel shall be required, DOMESTIC SEWIXGCHIXE CO., j I'
without exception, to discharge:: all ballastat RICK MOND. VA.
than for the quarantine officer to
necessary I
single city, but of the entire State. The
the ballast Island during
grounds Tiger -
satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary on FOR BUILDING OF ALL .
editorial; direction has been placed in the condition. Vessels from ports south of 25 the season of quarantine.SEC. DESIGNS with Plans, Details, Specifications Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc.:? a quart, at I!
hands of Mr. John P. Varnuni, whose spe- north latitude will have to comply with 21. The Board of Health for said and Superintendence.

cial fitness for the work will be readily re Section 7, be fumigated at least twice and county shall, and will, in every case sustain JACOB KLARER'S.... i:,
the and to
detained at least fifteen da's.SEC. Inspector Quarantine Physician
cognized. The edition will contain from 10 9., The coastwise steamers shall be the utmost, i in all lawful acts-'ind endeavorson .......
'to 21 pages and a' circulation of 50,000 allowed to come to their wharves and be his part enforce tine quaranti tie regulations .' .

copies is guaranteed. Particulars of this there inspected by the Port Physician, un- of this port, and the Inspector and .

mammoth edition may be obtained by send- less otherwise ordered by him, but no per Physician of the Port is authorized to send '-..'., !,
son or freight or baggage shall be landed, into quarantine any vessel upon refusal to '>
ing to the publishers for a copy of their the fees the regulations j
nor persons allowed to go on board, until pay prescribed by port -
elaborate circular. permission be given by the Port Physician ; on demand for any purpose whatever, FAMILY GROCERIES I

and if it be found by the Port Physicianthat there to remain until paid, and the masteror i

Extract From a Private Letter. said steamers have any sickness or con- person in command of any vessel, or any ,

Dr. David PavoriteItellldy tagious disease on board, said steamers person, refusing to, recognize and respect the !1 1K j
Regarding Kennedy's authority, or obey the order, of the Inspector -
shall be immediately ordered to the
B. quaran-
the writer Prof. A. Chandler
; :: ,
or Physician acting within his authorityor
tine .
Principal of the Academy, Brookhaven,
Miss. "I suffered from of 10. From May 1st to November 1st any person obstructing the performance
:, says : torpidity of his duties shall be dealt with accordingto WHITNER SCHUYLER I
the liver and bowels and paralysis. I used of each year, no vessel from an infected or

the' Favorite Hcmcll)"' for two months, and suspected latitude will be allowed to either law.
lighter or bring of fruit to the city. SEC. 22. The Inspector and Physicianshall
am now able to use my side, which for two cargo up
keep astrict account of all fees collected,
SEC. 11. Pilots must in each case, before
months and able side
am now to use my ,
and authorized to be collected to
boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary pursuant
which for a long time had been like a piece 1
the of the Board and shall
regulations ,
f dead health condition of vessels; in no case must they
fleshly general
was never
board if the vessel has sickness board render to the Board a monthly statement of
on or
ctter than at present." Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted :Store,
the which certificates 1 '
same reports, ,-
has had same during voyage ; in such ca esther ; per-
must either direct to Sapelo Quaran- mits, and statements shall all.be filed among ,

tine Station, lead the vessel in, or have their I the records of the Board'by the' Secretary Ii i

$500 oo0 A YEAR. small boat hoisted alongside clear of the thereof. ,.

water, and in this way pilot theVe>sel in. Approved and adopted by the Board of JSTo. 47 O2 53>J'TIISRLI1E3A : ST'B.mEJT' :: !
SEC. 12. The Physician shall receive, from Health for Nassau County, )May 18, 1885.J. ,

every vessel visited by him under the pro- D. PALMER, President.

visions of this ordinance, a fee of Jive dollars !- H. J. BAKER, Secretary
for'foreign and three dollars for coastwise .

NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES vessels, and for each certificate of full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: '

AND CANADA EXPRESS COMPANIES health issued by him under the provisionsof WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, ,, ,

TROY, N. Y. these regulations he shall receive a fee of }
two dollars, and for tach and every vessel 1 I '

The strength of Rome lay not in her mul- fumigated he shall receive a fee of twenty COMMISSION MERCHANT,

titude, nor in her grain-lad'cn lleets. These dollars for the tirst fumigation and for each
-A }-
wore elements of strength, but her never- and every subsequent fumigation a fee of FINE G AND'FfEE :
failing resource lay in the self-control and ten dollars, and any vessel having on board Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber, GfiOCERIE TEA

discipline of Roman soldiers. Discipllne- any sickness of an infectious or malignant ,

it is the very soul toall the wonderful meaning character, shall pay the Port Physician in BY THE CARGO
possessed by the word veteran." Mr. addition to the above fees, the sum of eight 1;

Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in the express dollars per day for attendance, and a ;
business. "Thirty-three years,',' he reasonable charge for medicines. In no For Domestic or Export Trade,

said to your reporter, "I've stood at this case shall the Port Physician be entitled to Pure Canned Goods J'
other fees than those in these Spices, ,
desk. It i is the discipline years of experience any provided FERNANDIXA.. FLORIDA.SEWING .
which gives him the position he holds regulations.SEC. : .' '/ ;
in the trust and esteem of these three great 13. Each and every person, or each > :

corporations "We have a business of and every vessel or other craft, who or MACHINES ,
SoOO.OOO a year, and I've been absent from which shall be found guilty of any viola- ,

this cilice hardly( a month in all that time, tion of these regulations, or their provisions,
shall, conviction be fined not IMPROVED Pickles und Dried Fruits Huts
although; 1 must confess that many times upon more Imported rruces
1've worked hero when suffering great pain, than $1,000 or be imprisoned for not more For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO ,,
for Pvc been troubled all my life with biliousness than two years, or both, at the discretion of I

and dyspepsia. My system had be- the court.
come so reduced and weak that I had no SEC. 14. In case of the absence or sickness -

appetite, and my digestion wholly disorder- of the Port Physician, he shall have author- A of every description, and

ed. I've tried various remedies, but almosttwo ity to appoint a deputy, which deputy shall ATTA H\I iI NT for any Sewing Machine,

years ago I happened to hit upon Dr. be a practicing physician.SEC. for sale. : CRACKERS AND CANDIES '.' ,- ":...!.....;". .. .
Kennedy's FAVORITE UEIEDY.fter 15. The Inspector and Physician of .' -*'-
Using only one bottle or so I began to feel said Port shall report at each regular meeting jZ35" Old Machines repaired at moderate .I ,. .'.,'> .' T
of the Board, all vessels arriving at the ..,
stronger in The prices. '
c'cr'ay. great difficulty ;c'.'!
has been with my digestion, but this seems harbor of Fernandina, destined for any portin HENRY HOBEIN, ,, ;

, t regulate it perfectly. I have sir. great the county of Nassau, and report the Corner Third and Ash Streets, f X
P''. Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. I sanitary condition of every such vessel. 8 Fernandina, Fla. Toilet Soap and Perfumery, I.

have bought and given a great deal of It to The port or ports from which every such ,

tl'It' poor around here those, know vessel cleared, or at which she may have .. Hour .: '::
you Brands Family
win have no money to buy medicine of any touched within sixty days next before her Valuable Orange Lands for Sale ; _.
Kni.1. arrival ; the character of lading of Tracts acres each of ; I
t for there are a :great: many troubled every containing twenty
\\:1:> a bilious diseases and suffer on without vessel, whether arriving in cargo or ballast:: choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake Choice Butter and Cheese : r:(:;.. !
!11I1. I always keep FAVORITE REMEDY and if in ballast the kind of ballast, where suitable for orange growing and truck farm- .

hI.< tht- house. I consider it the best medSr taken on and where discharged ; and further, ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare c' '.l f'
'"' tar the blood in the market Well, I the mode or method adopted _by him in the very conveniently situated for transpor- ',-;. Lard etc.

1 .". "I uttcnd to the matter for the western matterof cleansing or disinfecting any vessel tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on J ;<:' Zc ;:<;,, ..." .; Hams, .Bacon, :

part .'If the Cuy. ga}% you tell the Doctor I requiring purification, or arriving froman terms to purchasers. Titles are unques '
am cumins down to Ron do ut to see him in infected or suspected port, and the character tionable. Also valuable timber lands in t ;' } ':, :.
J.} 'i
\tlu\t.: I want to know him. I left the and quantity of material used, or employed large bodies. G. R.: FAIRBANKS J. ; ( : : : :

v-'tcran, still at his post, rejoicing in health for such'purpose, and shall report all February 16, lSS2, Fernandina, Fla. : : ',2,:
1111 sickness of kind found on vessel .
crateful to Dr. any any '
Kennedy. ,
arriving, the character of the disease, the ; f. :.' :" 'OIGRS ,AND TOBAOCO, ,. :-\ '-fi/_ .,
Warranty and Mortgage Deeds.'. .. '
number sick etc. j ;; ;" dr' .'. : \ ; J. :,
St. Louis Jiccr! ; .1" <- at.e' ... ;.., .
SEC. 10. The Inspector shall further're- PAPER-75 CTS. PER DOZEN ', "" -", ,

at. violation or' infraction of of the .r. t. d' ;
every any stamp. ; .,, _' '.. "I.. ; : V-- '
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Address.FLORIDA .
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C. J4.TlI.Ul'Sllilliartl rules or regulations of said Board relating I MIRROR I. '"' ', '1't ?. .-

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. cognize it. We.hope the conventionwill TAXES FOR EDUCATION. IT is stated that the recently pa- TRO v's' new directory of New York

let well enough alone in this There is a strong pressurein; the tented process for the manufactureof city, for the:year ending May 1,isSG,

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. matter as the part of true wisdom.THE Convention to .prescribe .their opin- a gum of the eucalyptus globulus, shows the population: of the city to
ion of the demands of education which has the effect of thoroughly be about 1,553,730
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. allowing one
FLORIDA FRUIT,EXCHANGE. upon the purse of the tax-paying removing the scales_which form on name in the directory to
i Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor- The formation of the fruit. Exchange citizen. They are unwilling to leave steam engine boileis";and preventingrust five persons. The present volume

RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten a corporation of fruit grow- the question as a municipal one to and pitting,has created a largely contains the names and addresses of

cents a line for the first, and five cents for ers' for mutual benefit and protec- be determined by the people and increased demand for it both in this 310,746 citizens,an increase of 10,717
t each subsequent insertion. tion has attracted much attention their You cannot
line. country and in Europe. The effect over last year.ACCORDING .
Special local notices, 15 cents a
R' Reading notices,25 cents a line. both at home and abroad. The fact force a stream above its level. You of this 'preparation in thus prevent:

t I! Special rate for time advertisements upon application that a product amounting in valueto cannot force people to be educatedin ing the pitting and corrosion of boilers to tradition, famines

at the office.Communications. two millions of dollars should be spite of themselves to a point I I will, 'it is expected, extend the occur in Japan every forty or fifty

I tt upon all matters of local inter- allowed to drift out of the State into contrary to their own judgment. It I period 'of their usefulness 100 to 150 years. Modern history records !!reat
est solicited from all parts of the county and from famines in 1640 band
I t along the lines of Florida railways. the hands of all sorts of self-consti- is right and proper to establish 'a com- per'cent.., and; at the same time in- 1673, 1781, (
for tuted fruit handlers: for sale might :1835. This is the fiftieth year since
*?: All communications intended publication mon school fund for the general sure a very considerable saving in
should be addressed to the Editor: all business The the last great dearth, and the
well arrest attention. movement as climatic
of maintaining schools but -
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. purpose fuel, as scale is a non-conductor of
L has been made none too soon. we doubt the propriety of .prescribing heat. The distillation of essentialoils changes have been frequent t

SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1885.. The number of people who were to the people of the State what from the leaves of this tree is and severe, apprehensions are felt as

THE ELECTION OF THE JUDICI setting themselves up as consigneesand amount of rtax shall be raised in another branch of industry.A to a recurrence of the calamity.

A R Y. fruit houses to handle our fruit each community for the support of In- ---- i THE Massachusetts 'Staff Board of

It will not be wise for the conven- was rapidly increasing in numbersand schools. This is a question upon WESTERN man who has lived I Health, from recent investigations

if tion to force an issue upon such a decreasing in responsibility.With which they should. have entire free- among tornadoes all his life, who find that there is very little pure

t question as the election of Judges, a capital consisting of a pretentiousand dom to act. School laws should was raised with them, as it were, honey in the State. That sold in

marked misleading business card and a furnish the says that it is easy to distinguish a little
upon which there is so a necessary legislative ma- glass jars is not honey at all,
- division of public sentiment. It is lot of stencil plates, so-called commission chinery to enable them to arrange tornado from an ordinary blow. A but simply glucose, with just a little

purely a question of expediency, houses announced themselves the details of educational work, but cyclone or tornado north of the of the honeycomb put in.

r and one upon which there has been as the guardians of fruit what portion, of their means theyare equator always comes from the south- In the Circuit

hitherto no such discussion among growers-all having "special facili- to give to this work they can west. Its first appearance is that ofa FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Court, NASSAU,

the people or expression of opinionas ties" for the transaction of business best judge themselves, and should local cloud. It always comes when COUNTY FLORIDA.

to indicate a desire for a change and promising high prices, quick have control of. The convention is the temperature is low. It is.;nothing ALOXZO B.. :NOYES, 1Zs. 1

mode of sales and immediate returns. A disposed to over-legislate this more than an electric storm. The ELLEX E. }\ 1Ollfl.lIcery.>
from the existing appointment. upon S. '\ \DLEIG II.and { -
has satisfied the earth refuses to receive the* elec- Jolla II. 'V ADLEIGII. J JA
; So far as we know, the old costly experience subject, and to impose burdens of

constitution has never been assailed majority of fruit growers that there taxation arbitrarily, not only for the tricity that is constantly being gene- the BILL above HAVING entitled BEEN cause, and FILED process IX!

: {'tl upon this ground, but the contention was very little safety or responsibility support of common schools but of. rated, and it accumulates in a mass. that regularly the issued therein and it appearing
defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleighand
,l t 1 has been for the election of State in these agencies, and the instinctof seminaries, colleges and universi-i, When the cloud extends from one John II. Wadleigh reside, beyond the

and county officers in the Executive self-preservation has induced the ties. These"subjects properly I belong i side'of the horizon to the other, there ,I of limits the of United the State States.It of. Florida to wit in one

Department of the Government. inauguration of the Fruit Exchange, to the Legislature, and the county is no danger of a cyclone. is therefore ordered that the defendants,
Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and the said John II.
4 The convention will do well to let which is now organized with the and district organizations. What AMONG the'more fastidious people Wadleigh do appear in the said Circuit
alone and not of obtaining for the fruit be suitable in Court and demur plead or answer the said
well enough to run purpose may one county may there is an impression that the flavorof bill on or before the first Monday in Decem-
in advance of the popular sentiment crop of Florida careful and rapid be unnecessary or oppressive in an- tea is wholly ruined by a journeyon ber next, A. D. 1885 otherwise the state-

, upon a question, to say the least, of transportation, fair prices, and sure other. .. salt water. All the crowned ments contained, averments will be taken and charges as confessed in said and bill a

I % doubtful ..expediency.We returns. Of course everything whichis The mistake is in applying the heads and wealthy nobility of Eu- decree pro confesso entered therein in con-
the rules such
formity to regulating causes.
1 have known many quite pop- desirable cannot be at once reached. laws, systems and methods of other rope use tea, therefore, which costs JOHN A. EDWARDS,
will out from Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Co.,Fla.
;,\; ular lawyers who knew very little Experience point and entirely differently situated and them three times the prices paid in Fernandina, Fla., July 11, 1883. 3m
law; men who made orations at the time to time the mode of correcting I constituted States and communities America for a brand bearing the
troubles and the association In the Circuit Court,
''t bar directed to the jury and the by- existing I I to our own State. When there is a same name, but which is brought by FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU

1 standers, and who impressed themselves I will constantly gain ground and increase I homogenuity of condition, a uniform Russian traders in caravans overland COUNTY, FLORIDA.

, i as legal luminaries upon the I its power for good and its use- school system may be establishedand from China. The trade is very ELVIRA C. HORSEY, EMILY]
fulness. NOYES. ,l
f 4 ordinary frequenter of the courts, sustained. In communities profitable, and,it is largely to protectit and CHARLES A. NOYES, |
: but who were utterly without the There is a wide field of auxiliary like ours there must be flexibilityand that Russia is so jealous of her vs. \In Chancery.
qualifications which should be required help which can be given to the fruit- adaptation. There is danger in Asiatic possessions.A .'V ADLEIGII,and ALOjZO I
! : the bench. Such men growing interests which the ex- being governed too much, and of B. :K OYES. j jA
5 upon
f1it ; be to patriotic citizen of Vacoville, BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IS
t are quite likely to shine in criminal change'itself cannot expected the convention being influenced to the above entitled cause and process
and to themselves do in the outset. Individual enter- carry out the pet schemes and ideasof Cal., who detests the Chinese, recently regularly issued therein and it appearingthat
practice impress
.refused to sell a native of the two of the said defendants, to wit,
upon the people as eminent lawyers, prise, acting in connection with the well-meaning and enthusiastic Ellen E. Wadleigh and John II. Wad-
establish Celestial Empire a lot for $1,000, but leigh. reside beyond the limits of the State
Exchange, can profitably who think their
because have the of addressing special no-
y they power persons Florida, to wit., in one of the United
sold it to esteemed Yankee friend
large packing houses for assorting, of an States.It .
t a jury or a crowd forcibly. tions supreme importance.
and fruit for $500. With an eye to businessthe is therefore ordered that the said defen-
Such men are not the men who grading properly packing --------------- dants, the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and
should be selected for the judicial for small growers. Large refriger- ETHNOLOGISTS will have another Yankee sold it to the heathen John H. Wadleigh, do appear in the said

office and yet in a comparatively ating warehouses, where fruit can hard nut to crack when Lieut. Holm and pocketed a profit of $500, and Circuit the said Court bill on and or before demur,the plead first or Mondayin answer

I be stored thirty to ninety days at returns' to Denmark next fall with the original owner now has a Chinese December next, A. 1). 1835, otherwise the
in the condition -
new country changed said
1 statements, averments and charges in
of public opinion which so reasonable storage rates in a cool the information he has collected washee" sign floating next door. bill contained will be taken as confessed,

often mistakes notoriety for distinc- and preservative temperature, wouldbe about the isolated east Greenlanders.He TIlE Physi- ans' Investigator- has and conformity a decree to pro the coufesso rules entered regulating therein such in

tion, talk for talent, and bold assert of immense value to fruit growers has just spent his second winter watched for a number of years the causes. JOHN A. EDWARDS

tion for knowledge, it is quite probable enabling them to retain their among them, and news of his expe- effect of oat meal on children, and .Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Co., Fla.
fruit for the later market and dition to 'the beginning of last Fernandina, Fla., July 11, 1885. 3m
1 F that they would receive the pre- up thinks it makes them weak, mentallyand ----

iu t r preference of nominating conventions venting the December glut, occa- winter has recently been received.He physically. As ,f an exclusivediet NOTICE OF REMOVAL.R. .

;l 'i 1 over men of real worth but of sioned by fear of loss from frost. says the east Greenlanders have it impoverishes the blood. The G. IcQUITTY

; and Such warehouses could well be nothing whatever in common with Scotch,
1& retiring manners unassuming though strong, are a dyspeptic MERCHANT TAILORHas

t but real. merit. placed at the shipping pointsSanford the Esquimaux. The west coast race, and, at all events,what may removed his business to the rooms overMeddaugh's

t A Judge should not only be above Palatka, Jacksonville and Fer- natives from Cape Farewell to Smith be good for them is not necessarilyso grocery store, on Centre street.
nandina. A of cents Sound the with He has received an assortment of seasonable
charge language
twenty speak same
for in this climate.
suspicion but above the power of us goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto
per box for one month, thirty cents small dialectic differences, but the make them up to suit all tastes in the
suspicion owing his appointment THE actual cost of what are usu- best
for two months, would'be cheerfully language of east Greenland is en- style.Repairing done.
to caucus management, partisan borne by the fruit grower, and tirely different, and the people, un- ally sold as five-cent cigars at retailis Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884. _
canvassing and party obligation.The thus stated by one who claims to
would well compensate the ware- like the short stout Esquimaux are
plan suggested in the State of
' housemen. understand. that the as tall as the north Europeans.Lieut. be informed on the subject: Actual

' New York many years ago of the refrigerating warehouses have already ,Holm has ''found them very cost of tobacco (namely, what the OF MACON, GEORGIA,

selection bthe.. bar of a certain been established in New York friendlyand obliging, and they have tobacco? raiser gets for it) for 1,000 MADE THE MODE BUG'S,
number of the most eminent members $2 boxes $1 for HAVE Fla., the authorized -
cigars cigar
and Baltimore with successful re- rendered his expedition much ser theirBRICK
for the sale of
to contract
roll of Agents
i as a honorary counselors
,sults. vice. He is sure... that they are not 1,000' .$8, ,packing $1, stripping 50
: .from which judicial appointments The advantage of our 'Fruit Exchange descendants of 'the Norsemen who cents; total cost of production $12 50, .IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .
should be made based
was upon a'
is that it will investigate and are said to have founded colonies on or 1J cents a cigar. wishing to purchase will get all in-
: 4 sound principle in the nature ofCivil
all that be useful to the east coast. He intended to win- formation as regards pric s from them.
:i Service reform. While it did encourage may THE Southern provinces of Russiaare Samples of different qualities and styles I
the fruit-growing interest of the ter at settlement in 65 north of
I not designate what individuals a large suffering from a long continued can be seen at the office
; country arid establish a centre of latitude have MODE BRO'S,
should be selected it provided a' which Europeans drought, which threatens to ruin the Fernandina.
information and for the diffusion of visited. In all his wander- 20
class of men from whom any ap- never wheat crop. The stock of wheat on -
'I' pointment would secure competency knowledge useful to the great fruit ings along the coast he had not found hand is also 'very low, owing to the 11:'. IIAVKNIGHT\;

integrity and ability, and it industries of Florida. the slightest trace of any European great quantities that were hastily AGE AND T.WIIOLEs.LE RETAIL

4 made- it impossible- for an unfit'- man HERE is a sample of Chinese advertising colonization.THE exported from the Black Sea ports AND STOCK DEALER,
----------- BUTCHER
to the bench.It when it seemed likely that they ANDDealer
go upon the effort of an ink manu- appointment by the Presidentof
would be blockaded in Ice
is but human nature for the facturer in Canton : "At the shop Edward F. Noyes, of Ohio, so no- by England. SPECIALTY
partisan who has given his whole Tae shing (prosperous in the extreme torious for his connection with the I AROUND the base of the hills surrounding BROOM STREET WHARF

energies, passions and efforts to se- ), very good ink; fine! fine election frauds in this State; in the I Carson, Nev., .says the Appeal 5 Il-tf FERNANDINA. FLA-

cure the election of a Judge to expect Ancient shop, great-grandfather, Presidential election of 1876, as one ,there is a thermal belt in whichall ---- .. -

some gratitude or recognition grand-father, father,. and self made of the directors.of: the Union Pacific kinds of.fruit and vegetables may JAMES McGIFFItf,

t from the man whom he has, or this ink; fine and hard, very hard; Railroad, has raised a storm of indignation be grown without danger of injury CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEK.

imagines he has,secured the electionof. picked with care, selected with at- i all over the country, so from frost. Higher up on the hills and Third
And the sentiment of obligationis tention. This ink is heavy; so is I much so that had Mr. Noyes not I and lower down in the valley the Alachua Street between

not a pleasant one for the Judge I gold. The eye of the dragon glitters very properly declined the nomina- ranchers and gardeners have hard FERNANDINA, FLA. .

,, : to carry upon the bench with him, and dazzles ; so does this ink. No tien the President would have been I times guarding their plants and Orders and estimates from a distance carefully

knowing that he is expected to re- I one can makee like it." compelled to withdraw it. trees., "; attended to. .' 25-tf




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J._ &> TARE :g-y-oo.: : : .. ;i i: ; :'#'L.'i ..c ,.; = .': I = .DRUGS, MEDICINES,. ETC. i

A ; :, : : : : ::" ; f vi i :; .. ESTADLISI-IED
., 1873.
.t1\b.' '-' '. ',-. ., : k" "" "''' :''-' i
NOW RECEIVING, WEEKLY, LARGE SHIPMENTS OF ': :P'; $.JIi'; ,"J' > ; .., ,'.' : : : .. .. .. : ( .. \'
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: : .a \ \
/ NEWSPRINGGOODSAT Ibll I '., .f -:-' > '"" -" 'vt.- : f >"Y. ; .; .. -.... ,:...,. .., ",-5', "'. I 1i'" DRUGS and MEDICINES

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.,'"'"v -a2-:,, '",,' t." ", > .,,,{. ;", .; '.'.T.: ". .f.rr''ti '.. : .". ... .'. ..
LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES. ., .SJS ': : t' :?"' "v isff: rf' '. HORSEY & CO.PHARMACISTS ., !
ji ylfJ2 Jt : ,; ; :
A LARGE LINE OF-- : ; '. "

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WHITE GOODS ':; ., : .> : ''. : '"'. -' :t '"- *: t''T' : ,' 1 Li
: : : : ( :,. ;'j V x'?: :

CONSISTING I OF- ; .. : : : : ; rf' f

Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, *.- Centre Street.FERNAXDINA .

Linon de Deccas etc. .f'. O- Y r1 O'. ..
''e t5:4.Behold

(m(! DRESS GOODS SUMMER SILKSNUN'S \J\\ ,. : r3'1f This-Big Space : --' EIGN KEEP and constantly DOMESTIC of FRESH on and hand PURE a fine assort-FOR- !\

1 MODE BRO'S have sold their stock down :.'-' :

so low that they were compelled to send Drugs and Chemicals
their :Mr. I. A. ::MODE to visit the Northern '

.1 and Eastern markets, to select for their already Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines, a
and White; SPECIAL ... : 1
Laces Embroideries Hamburg dgings---BARGAINS well-established trade AN ENTIRE .
in these Goods. Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
NEW stock in
Spring every department, :
A FINE LINE OF NEW CLOTHING FOR :MEN, YOUTH AND which they will enumerate in the next { ; '. FINE TOILET ARTICLES,

SPRING AND SUMMER: BOYS ; ELEGANT CUT issue. Taking advantage of the lateness bf :, s

AND FINISH. FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. HEADQUARTERS FOR GEN the season, and the very low prices at which ;: PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., 4
TLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS FOR BROWNING, KING manufacturers are closing out their Spring ;.' >i
and Summer Goods will be enabled in I ",,: IN GREAT VARIETY

DOMESTIC GOODS I Linen Sheetings, Towels and I HOSIERY AND GLOVES, this instance to bring to this market the :,'fJ. ."' Physicians'-Prescriptions i
I| Wholesale Prices. } UNDERSHIRTS. DRAWERS largest and stock of Goods
DOMESTIC GOODS ToweliiiRs, at J cheapest ever carefully compounded with Drugs at
at low prices. $ r FANCY MATTINGS at Special Bargains. A large stock; of Ladies', brought to Florida. Examine their low ; pure i
Misses' BOOTS AND SHOES at less than '.< '< reasonable prices. I
Gents and regular prices. prieesbefore buying.MODE. : .!
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ONLY DIIIECT LINE TO NEW YORK. : Granting Streets to the the Right Florida of Improvement Way ihrmtgh Company certain t j I I

t- for a Steam Raill'oad.WHEnE.AS ;
of the above STEAMERS will sail from FE11NANDINA FOR NEW YORK +++++++i'F-F++E++-F H'+++ti--I t-+ Ith lFffF I--h++i--Fi--Ft+t+ttd ++ THE FLORIDA IM-
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- Company a corporation
sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. organized under the laws of this State,with i
to construct railroads and make '
This Line, having no Transfer between Fcrnamliiia anti New NEW SPRING GOODS. other power important improvements on Amelia
York, offers the BEST AND
QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF Island, having petitioned for privilege to
VEGETABLES, and others. y
construct railroads on certain streets within
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a ,DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- I have just received, beyond question, the finest assortment of the limits of the city of };Fernandina and it
being evident that the construction and
Spring Goods ever brought to Fernandina, consisting of Colored
connections at FKUNANIUNA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL- operating of this railroad will materiallybenefit :
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. Silks, Black Silks, Fancy and Plain Parasols, Nun's Veiling, Cash- .the city :

JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT meres, Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery, IT is HEREBY ORDAINED by the City Coun- !
RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the cil of the City of Fernandina that the rightof 1
RAILROAD way for a single track, standard gauge
for LAKE WEIR. PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS steam railroad is hereby granted to the

THROUGH KILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS Florida Improvement Company through

For freight, passage rates, and. schedules, or further information, apply to certain streets and points, and under con-
ditions hereinafter named.
Embroideries, Laces, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
R. "Y. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, ((1st.) night of way is:: granted from the
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Feathers, Satines, Pique's, Ginghams, and in short everything to intersection of Centre and First streets !

C. H. MALLORY & CO., be found in a well-appointed dry goods establishment. Special (with privilege of extending northward to ';

Pier 20 East River New York. 51- attention is directed to my large and varied assortment ofHBOYS' Calhoun street) southward through First
street: to Beech street thence eastward to
the eastern limits of the city, thereby enabling -
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC said named company to continue
MEN CLOTHING from said point in the construction of a rail-
road to Amelia beach.

E. DOTTERER ((2d.) The road on either of the streets
shall be constructed through the centreiof

which cannot be beaten in the city, and. which ,,1 am selling atastonishinglloge the same. No excavations or embankments S
INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF*1- prices. Suits equal to custom.'made at one-half to be made which will in any manner Obstruct -
or interfere with'the safe passage of
the cost. Also, a large variety of Gents' Underwear and Furnish- and vehicles at all times. either at
*_ persons
-+ = -ti ing Goods of every description. the junction of streets or along the line of {
the railway in any part thereof. f
{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES } ((3d.) Said company to construct and i

maintain suitable street crossings and j
1* r drains, wherever they may be deemed necessary i
by the City Council.. The roadbed to .

for Men, Ladies and Misses, of all sizes, at low prices. In Domestic be on a level with the streets, and where
EMBRACING MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF owing to some depression or elevation, anyunevenness
Goods I am offering unprecedented bargains; and will not be
may occur in the constructionof
. undersold. Linens and White Goods are among my specialties. this said road the company so having

FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. Attention is also directed to my large assortment ofHOUSEFURNISHING right of way, shall, at their own expense t
and without charge to the city, 'level off and I
establish an even surface along the entire I

((4th.) No trains or engines shall run i
PURE within the city limits at a rate exceeding; I
QUALITY.ESPECIAL comprising everything in that line, at prices to suit. Give me a five ((5)) miles an hourand persons in chargeof I

call. All orders by mail promptly attended to; at engines while in motion shall be required
ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OFt to ring their bells; and, furthermore, it is 1'
hereby specially stipulated;that in granting p
-----j m. i tI said shall sub i
this right of way company :

I FINE_ TEAS AND. COFFEES 1- PAUL 'FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUMCENTRE of mit the to such city as further from time regulations to time on may the be part.essential ,'..Ii

-;- + of
and practicable for the protection ;
life health.against;: fire, or for the maintenance .
Passed May 20. 1885. f

G.F..AVERYPresldentofCounClI.. f !
NEW GOODS Received by Every: Steamer. FErUNAtDYNA.: : : AttestGEO.

E. WOLFF, City Clerk. 'j
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Cor. Second and Centre Sts., ., FER\AXDIXA, FLA. :: .: : .. .. ..._,.,.-. ,..: ':':" ',,,:! '.> : W. H., POPE, Mayor. :. 1


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k I' GENERAL DIRECTORY Sheriff:"V?: 'W.: Tumblin, ".Starke.C 'Collector of RereuuThos. P. Shuler.-

.. llccttJr of Revenue-Ijtmberry Haynes, Superillte1 dent ofSchool3-Dr.T.H.Jackson. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
United States Ofllcers. Santa Fe.Superintendent. .

r ; ?' LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Starke. of. Sc/wols-L. B.. Rhodes, County Judge-R. ,)I. Witherspoon,'Madi ,

il.egMterL.Barnes"Gainesville.., son.

i1 ,Jl xciVCP-JO11f F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore.Madison.: SSg-isSki-rSfc. ta.' iS S sVf.' --U si
; Surve y or-Genera- County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison S3 m-- l'3sSni: 3r-?

DISTRICT COURT.JudgeThontas Point Superinleifdent of.sellOuts-Samuel J. Perry,
Settle Jacksonville., Clerk-A., 'A. Stewart, Titusville. Madison. --- .
.* Sheriff=John H.. Law, City Point. TieasurerS.S.. Smith,.Madison.
;,:J13rslLlJ. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. County
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue' D. W.: McQuaig, Bre- Collector of Rct.'c1tueB. Wadsworth: ,
i vard County.Superintendent.
)Ia ison.
_____ INTERNAL REVENUE. of 1/.001-3-)1. E. English, COUNTY.
Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Titusville.
w County Judge-Z. T.. Crawford, Manatee.
Clerk Robert S. Griffith Manatee.
John W. Howell, Fernandina.( '. ; \ County Judge-William Clark.
Sherij}-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
: Edwin Jacksonville.
x. Higgins; Clerk-James S. Fannin. Collector of Ret'C1t1le-Iarion G. Carlton
f' ';._, F. E. Wit&ell, St. Augustine. SJteriff Joseph S. Stone. Popash. ,

Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward
.. ,
", State Oflicers. :: Collector of Rct'enue-Joel P. Atkins. Pine Level.

,.- Superintendent of ScJiools-W. G. Cox well. MARION COUNTY.

;; It EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. CLAY COUNT County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala..
Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
Ia LieutenantGovernor-Milton II. Mabry, County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheri f=A. B. Crtitchtield, Ocala. i x PV J- y ,
Lcesburg.Secretary. Park. Collecor of Revenue-W. F. Trantham,
of State- olm'L. Crawford, Tal- Clerk-J. T. Weston:; Green Cove Spring. Ocala.

lahassee. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of -Schools-M. L.. Paine,
1, i Comptroller W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort McCoy. .
t+ Ii I 'tJI/sllrer-E: S. Crill. Collector of Ret'C1me-A. S Chalker. MONROE COUNTY.
Attorney-General M. Cooper Tallhaas- Superintendent of Schools-'II. W. Davis,
a, County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key .West.
i'r see. ? Middleburg. ..' Clerk-Peter T.,Knight, Key West.
a "i Commissioner of Land f-C. L. Mitchell. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sleriff-Geor A. Demerritt, Key West. SOUTHPUB.C0.11Y "A-r3- :
Snperintcii'lent of Public Ilutr.ucti1m-A. J. County Judge"'. M. Ives,Jr., Lake City. Collector of Rf'enuela50n S. Moreno. .m T -
Russell Jacksonville. Clerk John Vinzant Jr. Lake
City. Key" est.
,,, ,AUutant-General-David Lang. Sheriff J. AV. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent Sihools--J. V. Harris,Key
M1 r i iy Collector Taxes J. L. Parish Lake & Do N@YJE
/ 4a SUPREME; COURT. of City. West. .0 9
Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, NASSAU COUNTY.
Chief J'MticGeo.. G. McWhorter.
Associate Justice-George 1*. ilaney, Talla- Lake City. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- DEALER
; has ce. dina.
;t, Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, County Judge Allen E. Hcyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES
Jacksonville. Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. Sheriff{ -John A. Ellermann. Fernandina. ,

"" '+ Clerk-D. C. Wilson,Tallahassee. Sheriff Win. M: Mattuur.Treasurer Assessor (f Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer
w -J. "'111. Ewan. nandina. Hay and: Grain, Ship Stores,
u CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector of RCL'enuc-'Ym. H. Benest. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott.. Fer- .
First C'ircuil.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen-i nandina.

ti'' "''x sacola. DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-1*. W. Higginbothum. .1 FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,
''' Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Callahan. I
.. see.Third sonville. County Tl'easlll'eeGusta v Stark, Fernan- CROCKERY, HARDVAREYII LO'r-'rAnE.
Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. dina.
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ORANGE COUNTY.

1 vine.41y,1 Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P., Smith, Jack-' County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando Prices Low as the Lowest.E. .
,,. ; Fifth Circr Thomas F. King, Gaines- sonville. Clerk-Thus. J. Shine Orlando.

:: ville. Collector of Revenue-Moses .7. Brown, Collector of Ret'CltUc-F. T. Hard man, Or- N. corner ('elltre and Second Sis, Feriiaiidina, Fla.
;,11aa? 'S Sixth Circuit-II, L. Mitchell, Tampa. Jackson;\'ille.I lando. .,'
I Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- --_-_.
Superintendent of Schools-John T.'Becks, i'
sell Jacksonville.
Fort Reid. f I j
Cturt Calendar ESCAMBIA. Suiveyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. -

i" FIRST CIRCUIT. County Judge N. C. Shackelford. T.eas'llrer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox.

"' : Fall Term- Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. PO LK.

: ; f Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Sheriff-W. II. Hutchinson. County Julge-J. A. Fortner.
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. S'E: =>> RING: c ]? :E NIr: ::: "' Gr
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday Collector of Ret'cltue-l\Ianuel Pahn s. Sheriff{ 'V.)[. Bowen.
it, in October. Superintendent of Schools S. M. Scarritt. Treasurer". F. Beville. I -AT-

Ill : :! Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday FRANKLIX. Collector of Rf/'C1we-J. D. Filles. I

in October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-P. II. McCrary. W. J. LOHIVLAJNT9I .
1 4th
r Jackson, Monday after Monday in Clerk-J. A. Atkins. PUTNAM COUNTY.
Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. Judge of p'obate-ll. Harrison, Palatka. .
Escambia 1st in December.
Monday Tre..8llrer-R. II. Porter. rterk-'V.
F. Forward Palatka.
; This amended section 2 of act of February Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Sheriff Thomas Shally. HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY NEW AND SPACIOUS STORE,
It sz 10, 1879, and does not change theSprhlg Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Collector of let'eulle-Joseph Price.
? xv GADSDEN. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. .W.
Spring Term- Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. A LARGE, FRESH ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
lp Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in CLerk-Henry S. Reeves. TAYLOR COUNTY.
April. Sheriff{ Thomas Mitchell. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
t d Madison, 2d Monday in April.' Treasurer-A. M. Smith. Sherff-Gr'en{ B. Weaver, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
Collector Rcrcnue-R. M. CLerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
I Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. of Morgan. ,
qty," Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner.

i Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.

Tl in April. County Clerk-J.Judge-Henry}f. Caldwell, J.Jasper.Stewart, Jasper. County SunC'ior-D. N. Cox, Perry. COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACING
Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday = Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
, in Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. ALL THE
t Collector SANTA ROSA.
Revenue W.
II. H.
of McLeod.
> r ,' -e ; Pall Term-

i .''l 1,, ;'. October.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Columbia County.Superintendent of. Schools-J. W. Reed, Clerk County-R.Judge-John R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert Robinson.Chain.. NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES '

.: Madison, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams. FOIl THE SI'RPXG AND SUMMER TRADE.MY .
c : Hamilton, 4th Monday in October.
K. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
I';, r' Suwannce, Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VAL-
in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville.Sheriff JOHN'S COUNTY.
+ : Columbia, 3d Monday: after 4th Monday in J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus-

October. Collector of Refenlle-Jno.R King, Lecanto. tine. 1{'. J. LOIIJI.\X, (.'01.. Sixth and Ash Sts.
1 Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of TtJ.Xes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliycros, 'St. Augustine.
in October. xille. Sheri -Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine
FOURTII CIRCUIT Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman Collector of Ilev'enue-Joseph F. Llambias,
,' 'i Spring Term- Floral City. St. Augustine.

, ; i St. :John's, 2<1 Tuesday in March. IlILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Peter Arnau, -
Clay, 4th Tuesday 'March. St. Augustine.
County Judge-T. A. Carruth.
a, t Bradford 1st Tuesday in April. Clerk SUMTER COUNTY. THE CELEBRATED
-W. A. Givens, Tampa.
pJr' Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff{ J. P. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J.. R. Steele, Leesburg,
a u Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Clerk-Thomas J.
Collector of Re-t'enuJ-'V. J. Martin.IIOLMES. Ivey, Leesburg. WOOTON DESKS.
+ t Duval, 1st Tuesday May. Sheriff{ J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
Fall Term- .
I r Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson,
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sumterville. ,
j Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Superintendent of Schools-A. II. Helven- SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES

sv,*rfc Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October? Sheriff{ -Thomas N. Ellis. ston, Sumterville.
t.; Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Trawler-Daniel D. Gillis.
r Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker. SUWANEE COUNTY. IJ
4 Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Superintendent of Schools Whitnell Curry. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live s r EVERYBODY DELIGHTED

JACKSON. Oak.ClerkRobert
1 i1 Term- CIRCUIT. A. Reid, Live Oak. ;d WITH THE3I.
County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
; Sheriff{ John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
, : '!; Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Frank Philips. '
, '. ,!d Marion 4th of Ret'enue-'Vilson Sessions,
I Tuesday in March. Sheriff{ -Andrew Scott. Wei born. .
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th in Treasurer James
Tuesday E. Heam.
March Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones I
t} : Collector of Rf/'C1me-John B. Anderson. Live Oak. No. S Flat Top.
March.Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent Schools-Samuel J; Erwin. VOLUSIA COUNTY. Why use Desks of ordinary

r1 Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday JEFFERSON. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- construction when, for slight
,. in April. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. additional cost you can have-

: Fall Term- Sheriff{ -T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. -_ the benefit of our improvements -
t'' Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Ente ,rise. ? Awkward closets and

1 Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools W.. R. Taylor, Cove.Collector of' Ret'e1me-P.- \ Bryan, Glen side drawers done with
Monticello. away
; Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November.
r Levy, 4th Tuesday( in November. County Treasurer W. M.. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools'-L. D. Huston, c :, I' b t ,.w, __ We substitute revolving cases

i Alachua, 1st Tuesday after. 4th Tuesday ticello. Enterprise. / ?, ?fir a which swing with a slight
Collector of Relenlle-J. H. WAKULLA COUNTY.
in Tucker
November. Mon- i a touch of the hand and area
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. J
't''" Sprinff Term- LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Sheriff-Charles AUigood Crawfordville. d r w'Tr'- thus enabled to furnish double

Orange, 4th Monday in January. County Judge-W. J. Dixon New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. a =", .: the space generally given on

Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Sheriff-J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Superintendent of .Schools-E. Y. Watts, -- :' .' .'''. I < ---= each side; and when cases are-
Brevard 1st Clerk Neal Crawford ville. ,w, := _
Monday in }[arch. A. McAlpin, New Troy. --= the whole interior is
+ Dade, 3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-3.G.RamseyNew County Treasurer-W..;. W. Walker, Craw- = '::;;- = =r open, all
-- flooded I with and
fall Term- Troy. fordville. : light

Orange, 2d Monday in August. County .Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Collector}Rn'enue-R.C. McMillan,Craw- Xo. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached with.

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Troy. fordville. out change of position. A variety of rotarycases: are offered: for selection, and applied to

i Dade Brevard, 2d 4th Monday Monday in November.in September.. Old Collector Town. of Rf/'C1Ltle-Adelbert S. Ackley, County Judge-Daniel WALTON.:McLeod, Sr. the Desk as wanted.We, apply this principle to,a great variety of desks.

Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, Clerk-D. G. McLeod.
,New Troy. Sheriff--J. W. Campbell.TreasurerJames .
County Officers.
S. Bowers. THE -WOOTON .
ALACHUA. Collector of EC't'env.cV.. B. McLeod. [-- +c
County Judge Wm. P.
>y County Judge-Juntas C. Gardner Gaines Byrd, Tallahassee. Superintendent of /wOls-JllO. C. Douglas.
Sheriff A.. Moselev Tallahassee.
ville. ,. Cabinet Office Secretary.The .
Clerk- A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON.
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. .
Sheriff S. C. Tucker
Arredondo. Tallahassee. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.

ville.CoHixtorof rellue-II.C. Denton, Gaines- Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. S//mJ-E.PMelvin. -'k .most spacious and elegant desk ever 1 pre
Collector of Rn'C1LtlJ-C. C. Pearce Talla- Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
Superintendent of Schools W. N. Sheats, hassee. Collector of t'clLUc"-JohI' Roche. -, sented to the business public. One hundred and

Gaillus ville. LEVY COUXTY. Superintendent of, cJiools-D. H. Horn. ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

BAKER COUNTY. Clerk-J. M. Barco Bronson. onelock and'.key. Especially adapted for" .).er.
County Judge -II. D. Davis, Sanderson. Sh-eriff-J. S. Parker Officials -
_ CkrJ.-P. Bronson. chants. Manufacturers;. Hankers, ,Railroad
J. Pons
t Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson., Sanderson. Key.Collector of Rct.'C1Ltle-TI.. B. Barco, Cedar Dissolution> of Copartnership.!). _- and rofessional Men generally.

Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- THE partnership heretofore existing be-

derson. hall, Bronson. the late Charles Angel, his heirs
Suixtrintendent Schools .; and Emil 0.
of -Jas. D. Chalker, LIBERTY. Friend under the firm name
San crson. of Angel: fc Friend: has been dissolved by JVoolon Cabinet Oflicc Secretary. ADDRESS :
County Judge-)l. J. Solomon
BRADFORD -: mutual consent.
COUXTY. Clerk-\\ Jeter.Si T.a "- The undersigned will continue WOOTON co.t
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Sheriff R. F. Hosford. .'? "FJ.. a business, collect all bills and pay

Clerk-;Henry F. York; Lake Butler., :Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. all debts. EMIL 0. FRIEND.. I
'.' Fernandina, Fla., :May 1st, IS&:;. RICHMOND, IXD.:, U. S.. A. '' ,
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-, ,1__,,- <-.l.___ ',,'" : ...;'gi', _;'- -;., ..n.'.."'_.' .. TIME OF THE (JACKSONVILLE CHATTAHOOCHEE. RIVER.) Northwest! At Savannah with Central 1

: (.f' ,h.. ," .. ....'.. :., : FLORIDA & Railroad of Georgia for all points West ami E
':1 No.3., Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail- j
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: ; : Day Pass. Night Pass. way for all points North, with steamships-
.: .> In Effect June 16, 1885. Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30 m 3.55 p m for New York. Boston and Baltimore. At I I
.Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.11 a m 4.39pm Charleston with steamships for New York j
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Leave Baldwin............ 8.16 am ,4.43p in Philadelphia and Baltimore, j i
(FERNANDINA TO'CEDAR KEY.) Lake City.......... 9.47 a m 6.40 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail i
(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) LiveOak..10.31'ant. 7.43pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage i
:Madison ........... 11.57am 9.15pm Checked through ,Also Sleeping Car berths i
:FLORIDlnMIRRO[ WILLIAMS &. SWANN GOING SOUTH. Monticello........12.40 p m and sections secured at Company's office in ;
Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27 pm Astor's Building, 84 ;Bay street and at DePt s i
A.M. 'P.M. Leave Tallahassee........ 2.32pm 12.00 n't Ticket Office, and on board People's j
SUCCESSORS OF THE Leave Fernandina..................10.25 5.45 ". Quincy .............. 3.34 p m 1.22 am Line Steamers. B. PLANT, CHATTAnoocuEK .:
Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.50 6.25 ,Arrive Chatta. River.... 4.50 and JENNIE LANE.
Arrive ........ ..... pill
Callahan.. ; ... 11.42 7.25 JAS. L. :
Florida Land & Co. TAYLOR.
Immigration Leave Callahan.....................11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No. General ;
2. No. 4. Passenger Agent.
P.M. R. G. FLEMING, .'Superintendent. '
Offer on easy terms, or for cash, :Leave Button................. ....12.22 8.25 Day Pass.Night Pass.LeaveChatt'cbee .
Leave Brandy Branch............12.38 8.43 River.10.45 a m
Arrive Baldwin....................12.55 9.10 Quincy............12.20 p in 2.07 am Florida Southern Railway Co.
:Leave Baldwin....................... 1.00 9.50 Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27pm, 3.36pm
375,000 ACRESof Leave. Maxville.................... 1.32 10.18 Leave" Tallahassee ......- 1.34 p m 3.48 p m ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING .
Monticello-........ .
Leave Highland..................... 1.50 '10.36 2.30pm -
Madison ...... ...
Leave Lawtey.......................? 2.04 10.55 .. 4.15pm 6.36pm SOUTH.
HINDER Hammock and Pine Lands .. .. Live Oak....?..,... 5.39 p 111 8.33 a m Mail.
BOOK on :Leave Temple's. .... ... ..... .. 2.20 11.17 Gainen'le .
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.27 Lake City} ......... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Leave Jacksonville Express. 3
Arrive Baldwin............
and adjacent to the Railway from Leave Thurston................. .... 2.54 11.43 8.01pm 11.26am viaJ.T.&K.'V.R'y.12.48pm ......... '
Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 11.31
A. u. p m a m Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00 a in i
Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar Arrive Waldo....................... 3.14 12.11 Arrive Jacksonville.: ..... 8.50 p'm 12.16 pm Leave J. T it K W J'n2.50 pm.........
Leave Waldo........................ 3.25 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will Arrive Interlachen.., 3.36 pin 7.25am
Gulf of Mexico. No Leave Gainesville................. 4.10 ...... I not run west of Tallahassee Sund-'ys, but Wait's Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m
Key on the Leave Arredondo................... 4.33 ...... I will run Mondays. Gruelle ........... 4.40 p m 9.20 a m
Leave Palmer........ ............... 446 ...... ST. MARK'S BRANCH. Gainesville...... 5.35 p m 11.05 a m 1
.-f ':.,::>. ;' ,'. ,?"'r :c' lands in Florida are more desirable Leave Archer........................ 5.06 ...... Leave Tallahassae..................... .. 8.00am "" Micanopy...... ......... 4.30pm i

.' '. : >,:. Melons and Leave Bronson...................... 5.39 ....., Arrive Wakulla............................ 9.05 am Ii Lochbie ......... 5.15 p m 10.12 a m 1
for Oranges, Peaches, Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.23 ...... Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am Reddick.......... 5.27 p m 10.25 a m {I
Leave Rosewood ................... 7.03 ...... Ocala............ 6.05pm 11.05am
Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a.in "
HAVING ESTABLISHED A BOOK early Vegetables; none containing Arrive Cedar Key................. 7.35 ...... Arrive Wakulla.................... .........10.25am Welshton) ...... 6.31 p m 11.32 a m 1

in connection with our GOING NORTH. Arrive Tallahassee: .........................11.30 a m ., N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p 1111,57 a mS. 1:
better and more accessible bodies of Lake Weir.. 7.02 p m 12.03 p in t
Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE Day Pas. Nt Pas. CONNECTIONS.At Conant........... 7.10 p m 12.13 p m f
Yellow Pine Timber also the A.1\r. ...... Lade Lake...... 7.13 p m 12.17 p m '
AND MANUFACTURE as Leave Cedar Key................... 7.30 ...... Jacksonville, with \Yay cross Line for Leesburg....... 7.35 p m 12.40 p m >
Leave Rosewood.................... 8.05 ...... all points North and East;; with the Fernan- ,
Hard Woods and Red GOING
more valuable Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- NORTH
Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.15 ...... dina ; and with Steamers for all points on Leave Lecsbu .......... 7.30 a m 1.40 p in i
Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Archer ........................ 9.46 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. Arrive Lady Lake..... 7.52 a m 2.02 p m ,
Leave Palmer .......................10.03 ...... At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- Conant............ 7.55 a m 2.06 p m I
ranges for cattle and sheep, and no Leave Arredondo...................10 18 ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15 p m {I
ALLJKINDS Leave Gainesville..................10.24 ...... nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. N. Lake Weir.- 8.10 a m 2.22 p m
f lands in the State are in a more sat- Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.28 ...... At Live Oak, with the. Savannah, Florida ".. Welbl.ton........ 8.34 a m 2.48 p m
\ .I. ; I A. 1\.1 & Western Railroad.At Ocala.............. 9.00 a m 3.17 p m

isfactory shape for successful coloni- Leave Waldo.........................11.53 2.20 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Reddick.......... 9.38 a in 3.57 p m
< M.J;" .< P.M. Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- Lnchhie.......... 9.50 a m 4.09 p mMicanopy
-or- Leave Thurston............ 12.15 2.50 urdays.At ...... ... 7.50pm
zation or resale by capitalists.For Leave Starke.......................:::12.48 3.10 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- "u Grnelle ............10.20 a'm 4.40 p m I

further information and terms Leave Temple's ....................12.53 3.18 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Gainesville..11.15: a m 5.15: p mWait's 1
Leave Lawtey......................12.58 3.42 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, Cross'g-,11.50 a m 5.40 p m I
Leave Highland .................... 1.15 4.05 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, Interlachen ....11.30 a m 6.42 p m i
@BUNK BOOKg address Leave Maxville..................... 1.33 4.35 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa- JT&KWJ'n.12.15pm ......... J
Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.53 5.05 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. "" Palatka?........13.30 p m 8.00 p m
WILLIAMS & SWANN, Leave Baldwin......... ........... 1.57 5.40 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to Jacksonville v.J.T&KWRy.
Leave Brandy Branch........... 2.15 6.00 all points West. 2.10 pm......... 1
FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 For information respecting routes, rates, On Sundays a fast passenger train will be {
Arrive Callahan..................... 3.00 6.50 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- run leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m., connect- l i
-FonRAILROADS- Leave Callahan...................... 3.10 7.20 dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- ing with train for Leesburg at Gruelle. 1
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 sonville. Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connecting J '

.. ;" Arrive Fernandina................. 4.25 8.50 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths with train from Leesburg at Cradle, .!
::'! ., secured at and arriving at Palatka at 6 30 p. m.
rr Company's Depot Ticket Office, !
., :; ; 3- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; O. W. BROM WELL, ,
and at office southwest of
new corner Bay
Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. and Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla.A. General Pass.Agent.SHERMAN 1i

J r ;'-: 'r:. ... o. MACDONELL, CONANT ,
DIVISION. General Manager.
Gen'l cket and Pass.Agent,
'- ,; ." ', ';1..J.. ..,; ..... ._ ':: S GOING SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. Master of Transportation, t
'\- "....." ,. ...., .- "- ..... NEW, CHEAP AND
Jacksonville Fla.
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MERCHANT, ?- -.-,'' t, >,r V"_* -- "f -ft J 'K tf Leave Waldo........................ 3.20 12.25 D. E. MAXWELL, E ikS

I ,. : .' Leave Dixie........................... 339 12.54 General Superintendent
I < ;;'ii< ? ( ,! J:> 1? Leave Hawthorne............ .... 3.54 1.20 I I Fernandina, Fla. NEW AND SECOND

: Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 1.42 __
BANKS: ETC \. Leave Citra............................ 4.34 2.06 Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. ALL KINDS or[MACHINERY| AT LOW PRICES '

Leave Sparr's.......,............ .... 4.48 2.24 Complied Orange Box and Shingle Machine
Leave Anthony Place........... 5.02 2.42 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Eagle Gins, Saw Mills,'Planers, Re'(rnAc
THE FLORIDAf0WN Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.34 ....... ARk for fafalogne and Prices before hnyfn

.1 ;' Leave Ocala........................... 5.56 3.34 All trains of this road are run by Central DANDLE MACH'Y CO.
Leave Lake Weir Station....... 6.36 4.27 ((00th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes & DUGAN

-ALSO- IMPROVEMENT COIPA'YoFern8ndinu Leave Oxford ........................ 6.52 4.47 slower than Jacksonville time.ON 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, 0.
Leave Wild wood.................... 7.08 5.14 I (Write for Catalogue: and mention this paper.) #
Leave Leesburg..................... 7.38 5.59 : and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885, I
Arrive 'Tavares...................... 8.10 6.47 : Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas Il l

A.M. P.M.

MVSIC MhhINL G NEVI1A S A P BR RS And Cedar Key. Leave Tavares....................... 7.15 7.30 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 am -
Leave I eesbll r ...................... 7.44 8.25 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:00\ pm ON receipt of So we : ..-, -- ,r.-
Leave Wildwood.... .............. 9.25 8.46 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m will send you an Elec- --::: =! :: j
Leave Oxford.............:.......... 9.43 9.07 I Arrive! at Wayeross daily at...........10:00 a m tric Lamp. Burglar i: u ;::: E
Leave Lake Weir Stati n.......10.03 10.20 Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 p m Alarms $1. Call Bells ==_:'-. ,__ {:::
-AMI Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Ocala.........................10.23 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m $1. Electric Gas Lighter ":
Leave Silver Spring................ 9.40 ....... Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m Telegraph Instruments I
number of the 'most eligible and desirable Leave Anthony Place.............10.08 11.55 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m ,'Medical Batte-, i
.-0,' .. A. \[. Arrive at Mobile daily at.............. 2:40 a m ries, &c. #
::EEBJODJO.A.LS: : Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Leave Sparr's.......................10.20 12.13 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a In "In regard to your new Electric Light..
Leave Citra....................?......10.33 12 35 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- we think you will be exceedingly successful
City or Suburban Residences Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.50 12.57 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- in securing its universal adoption.
Leave Hawthorne..................11.10 1.20 cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIKLP. s
UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie..........................11.25 1.38 Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick 737 Broadway, N. Y."
BOUND in ALL STYLESAND Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.47 2.05 take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests
JjilJ'-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m. of your new Electric Light. I believe you +
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Night Passenger daily.F. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this will find no difficulty in bringing it into
train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile general use. Eastern Man. "Northwestern -
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- and New Orleans. Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM.:
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson "We take pleasure in stating that the tests
rial enterprises, who will erect on the property (FERNANDINA TO 'JACKSONVILLE.) ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. we made of your Electric Light proved perfectly -
GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- satisfactory. You will have a large
purchased substantial improvementsfor A.M. P. 1\[. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST and ready sale. Yours truly ;?
PRICES Leave Fernandina................. 7.00"x3.30 RICHARDS & Co., )
residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road................. 7264.02 MAIL. 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue. N.Y." i
Arrive Jacksonville............... 8.255.05: I Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m The above testimonials explain them- {
business. GOING NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:00 m i
............. selves.WE .
A. M. P. Mi Leave Chattahoochee at .12:00 m WANT A WISER: OF LIVE AGENTS.G.

INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Jacksonville............... 9.45 5.50 Leave Thomasville at.................. 2:10: p m AV. FOSTER & CO., a
Leave Hart's Road..................10.50 6.38 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p in 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.
by exemption for a term of. years. from Arrive Fernandina....:...........".'o 7.02 Arrive at Waycross (daily at......... 5:05 p m i
w ** JjlJ- Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 6:38: p m Notice of Insolvency.
taxation, offered by the several cities and Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m
,; ::: ( SUNDAY EXCURSION. ........ 1:53 COUNTY COURT, Nassau County,
"t.t-t Arrive at Charleston daily at. a m
...', Leave Fernandina,....6.50 a. in. 4.30'p..m. Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt administrator -
:owns. Apply to Arrive ,\Pashington.D.b., daily 11:15 p m
Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. in. 5.50 p. in. of the estate of W. S. Itawson,
York at........ 8:00
CHAS. W. LEWIS Arrive at New daily : a m !
Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 6.30 p.m. deceased late of the county aforesaid, having -
IS- SEND IN YOUR WORK.- Fernandina. Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50 p. in. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars. filed in the office of the County Judgeof
Oice cor. Beach &7th sts. Savannah to New York without change.EAST of the '
said county, a written suggestion
CONNECTIONS.AT FLORIDA EXPRESS. insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby .

Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:20 p m given to all persons having claims or demands
FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:55 a m of any nature whatever against said s'
With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m estate, to file the same, duly authenticated
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m in the office of the County Judge of October said
for New York on Thursday. Leavc.Live Oak daily at ............... 855pm county, on or before the 13th day of -
With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm A. 1).18 3at, which time there entitled\VII.l bea
CURTIS 4: CO. and Brunswick, daily except Sunday :Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55' p mArrive pro rata payment to creditors .
at.Jesup daily at..............12:55 a m thereto, and the Administrator 'discharged.Witness
AT CALLAHAN.To ..... 7:15 mJland and seal as County
ESTATE'AGEXTS Arrive at Thomasville daily at a In
REAL and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Albany daily at-...........10:30 a m Judge of said county, this 10th day of
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA and all points North and West, daily. Arrive at Brunswick daily at,......? 8:00 a m April, A. D. 18(;). t

AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive Macon daily at............... 8:50 a in :II. J. BAKER.
Loans procured, Mortgages negotiate d.ex- To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:30 p m County Judge.
changes effected. AT WILDWOOD.' Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a 111 Fernandina, April 11, 1885. 6mo
Mill S lies',. Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
Charleston daily at..12:45 m
With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at p
BOTH IX STYLE AND P11 ICES. acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive Washington daily..........10:30 a m Notice for Final Dischnr (
acres, for sale. Arrive New York daily at......... 5:30 p'm MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST:
N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selected AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., SIX of this notice I will presentto 3
as the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via the lIon. II.J. Baker, Judge, of Probatefor
< (under the made for Government West and Havana, every Saturday; for New Waycross.:' and Pullman Palace Sleeping final accounts and
.",,1..5.,4. *,' .. .,., .t '.\; survey Nassau county, my
from and via Jacksonville to.Cmcrnnatl.
West Cars Jesup
Orleans ,
:: ':: > ; by General Gillmore), charters for the every Friday ; and vouchers as executor of the estate of
with Western
,', "-: construction of which having been granted Havana every Friday: from New 'Orleans. Connections at Atlanta and WILLIAM MAESON.,deceased, and ask for a
Address by the United States Government and the every Saturd Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia ,
:,,'FLORIDA MIRROR J Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and final discharge.JOHN .A.. EJ.LEp.\rA\\,
increase in the value of adjacent lands may for and from Key 'West Monday and Northwest. Executor
be confidently looked for." (See New York Thursday; for Tampa and :Manatee, Monday Pullman Palace via Sleeping Thomasville.Cars Jacksonville Fernandina Fla.. April 4, I8&>. Gm
FERNANDINA, FLA. Sun i,27-3-S3.* and Friday. to Louisville ,

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THE FLORIDA: MIRROR. The Regatta That report has it, that several cottages are Figs for Preserving. I ., ,. .
Tile weather could not have been more to be built below' the pavilion. Orders left at Mr. Stark's store will be : '";.' ,

propitious for the regatta' on the Fourth of That it is also reported that a sixtyroomhotel ? filled in the order in which they are received
$t.oo A YEAR; $1Od FOR SIX MONTHS bv
July. The breeze was "just splendid,".and is to be built soon ; .W. F. SCOTT.

'"Reflections. there were no clouds to mar the beauty of That it ;will be perfectly safe.to"wait for --- Two Millionsof

.-- the sky. On account of the short notice ocular evidence before taking any stock in Spring and Summer ClothingAt 'I .

Amelia Beach was crowded with visitorson given the ,boats were not classified and a these reports. '. New Yorkrco!:, ; ; t acres of Farming, Orange

the Fourth. time allowance was agreed upon of 1J That there is also 'a great deal of'talk AT PAUL Ftr KI''s. Timber and Lands'situated

The City Council will meet on Wednesday minutes to the foot over the course, which about Pablo Beach ; Grazing

evening next. was a little over three miles., Capt. S. L., That if they can excel us in that respect Gents Furnishing GoodsIn in 29 counties, and

There will be no preaching in, the.Presbyterian Dennette acted as timekeeper and, starter. they will probably do so in every other. all.styles AT PAUL FUIn:E'8. t comprising the lands bought

T Church to-morrow. :J The course'' was from the New York steamship That Justice Schuyler and family occupy; I by ,Sir Edward J. Reed, from
dock' to the stakeboat at the ballast Private Hoard,
left last week for New their new villa this week. the State of Florida
;t Mrs. M. D[. Iloyt wharf on Tiger Island'a( custom house boat At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street. in 1881,

Hampshire, where she will spend the sum- occupied by Mr. J. II. Mooney) and return That hat racing is the latest amusementon near Egmont Hotel. are now offered at graded

,lm' and repeating the run. The start was, the beach ; Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor : These lands

pt mer.Miss: Flora Linville returned from the effected promptly at 10:30 o'clock, and the That G. L. Baltzell has the beSttrainedhat be without accommodated.board. Transient boarders will prices. were se-

*. North this week, after an absence of nearly following boats entered started : up to date "; )Ir;;. T. P. G. TIIo. tesoN. lected by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

a year. Name of Boot Partu Entering. Length. Time. That it is interesting to see that hat walfz Fernandina, Fla., January, 10 1885. ley, late Commissioner of the
Bertha.................G. R. hubby_......... 18 .58 off its with the inimitable .
The Fernandina and Amelia Beach Rail- Charlotte.............-J. A. Edwards1.12% on periphery' same State Land Office, and Mr. ,
hundred No Name...............K. W. Southwick.. ''19 .59 grace that characterizes everything Baby Carriages at Fred W. Hoyt & Co's
road carries on an average two Maggie Morgan....W. H. Pope......_.. 19% Out Furniture Store Centre s M. A. Williams, late agent for
about G. L. street.
.. ... .... ;
people a day. lied Bird .. : .. F. W. Marshall. 17% 1.01% I
t. Reckless Babe.......Lieut.: Curtis........ 17 .51% That Harry Butler's hat is no slouch. sale of State lands, which factis
Mr. W. O. Jeffreys, of the firm of Fred W. Ada....................._Mr. McCottery 15 1.01 orajl.g'e I
Flying 'ish..p. Frank.-, 17 Out That Charley Whitner's hat displayed Valuable Lands for Sale a guaranty of their high

Iloyt & Co., and family, are rusticating at .Marie.....................II. W. King..... .._ 15 1.04% good staying qualities ;. Tracts containing twenty acres each of I
Hendersonville, X. C. Mermaid..........._...G. 11. liubby.,....... 15 Out quality. The purchase knownas
t Lizzie..................... ........................... 20 .57 That a prominent railroad official's hat choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake
Mr. It. W. Southwick, agent of the Mallory Orilla.....................Mr. Armand......... 21 .50% exhibited the best staying qualities of all- suitable for orange growing and truck farm- the Reed Purchase was only
offered for sale. These landsare
' Line at this left by rail for New Although the Orilla made the quickesttime ing, are now
port, stayed right where it was put; very conveniently situated for transportation opened for sale this year, and

i York yesterday morning. over the course, Reckless Dale, being That a Mirror man's hat beat his about by water or rail, and will be sold on the lands have not been culled

I II. C. Shaw, who has been a guest of Mr. allowed six minutes on account of her three feet.There terms to purchasers. Titles are unques
tionable. Also valuable timber lands in or picked over. No has
length carried off the, first prize. part
Samuel A. Swann, was a passenger on the were several who attempted to revolve bodies.
large G.R.. FAIRBANKS,
Sin.Antonio on Thursday evening. The regatta throughout was very interest- their tiles, but owing to the heavy February 10, 1882, Fernandina, Fla. been reserved in any manner,

'\". M. Ivcs i'q., General Manager of theY ing, and with the exception! of the turningover weight that their owners had been wearingin and the whole is open for sale.

in the city of the Maggie Morgan, no accident hap- them, nothing short of a hurricane would
Florida Fruit Exchange, was
Special prices on large
pened. GEO. W. SCHUYLES, tracts.
yesterday in the interest of the Exchange.
It is proposed to make the temporary or- --- --. ---- I Timber lands, virgin forests in
t Five passenger coaches, crowded with excursionists ganization permanent and to have friendly Range of ThermometerFOR ATTORN EY-AT-LA W. bodies of and
50,000 acres
arrived from the Western Division up-
1 'r contests from time to time. Already one of : THE WEEK ENDING: FRIDAY, JULY lOrir,. 1SS5, ,
' 1t here on the morning of the Fourth. the participants is making preparations to AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's office, wards. Lands sold for cash, :

We are requested to state that the Rev. build a yacht that is to clean out anythingon 7 A.n. 12 M. 31'.:r. 6 P..I. WIND.ENTERED. PEnS ASDIX.A FLA. or on long time.
Saturday, July 4..80 W 88 S6 S. E.
Mr. Bicknell, of Jacksonville, will conductthe these waters.: Sunday, 5..81 92 00 87 S W. The Florida Land and Co.
services at the Episcopal Church to- Monday, .". C..50 88 86 86 S. E. Mortgage
Tuesday 7.... .82 88 87 86 S. E. Warranty< and Mortgage Deeds.T .
,ii morrow.A The Beach Pa villon. Wednesday," 8..SO 87 86 s.t 8. E. (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Thursday, H 9.. ...81 8S 87 Si 8. E. INEN PAPER-75 GTS.PER DOZEN.
large pavilion for the benefit of the A meeting of the stockholders of the Friday, H 10..00 88 87 85 S. E. _L J Samples sent' upon receipt of 2-ccnt ,

.i public is being erected by the Fernandina Beach Pavilion was held last week, at which -- -- --. -- --- stamp. Address '

and Amelia Beach Railroad Company on thirty-one shares were represented. Mr. H. MARINE: FLORIDA MIRROR,

Amelia Beach. E. Dotterer was elected Chairman and Fred ., 26. Fernandina, Fla.
y Port ofFernandtna.IIIGni .
The Gainesville Base Ball Club has chal- W. Hoyt Secretary. WATER. Pianos.

lenged the Fernandinas for a series of Upon motion an executive committee of Saturday, July 11............ 7:08 A.u. 7t1 P. M. Ten first-class Instruments, taken in exchange -
The latter have accepted, and the three, consisting Messrs.. A. McDonell, Sunday, 12............ 8:03 8:31" JEt.. .A.uSczmI: :1-, I for hind, for'sale low for cash or
; games. Monday. II 13............ 8:57" {1:2'i"'
first game will be played in this city at an Fred W. Hoyt and J. H. Prescott, was ap- Tuesday.co U............ 9t: !> 10:11" MANUFACTURER OF good paper.
pointed for the management of the pavilion, Wednesday, 15..10: 10:56 co G. W. SCIIUYLEE.
early day.It Thursday, 16..11.:1'( : u 1l:4 Fernandina, Fla., June 20, 188.3.
, is rumored that a branch of the Na- bath houses, and all.the property belongingto Friday, 17............ 0:00 u 0:17 .. Tin 1 Sllect-IrOll'Vare
the association. The executive committee i Ladies and Misses Hose,
tional Bank of the State of Florida is soon
was empowered to select from its own Steam-packet Thos. Collyer.-, from Brunswick AND DEALER IX In great variety AT PAUL FUNKE'S.W. .
be established in this city. A prominent
to daily with freight and passengers, to
number a Chairman, a Secretary and a
F. W. Simmons, agent.
young merchant. as Treasurer.It July Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from S. LIVINGSTON,

manager.At was also ordered that the executive New K. W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers to PALL OR R, rrm nQ COOKSVJ K T{V S Sa

a meeting of the executive committee committee pass upon and determine all July 5-Steamship City of .:Monticello McKee, .._._ ..... -J. LICENSED-
Association Mr. A. from Charleston; freight and passen- -
of the Beach Pavilion ,
::4 applications for membership.The I gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent T UMBER AND LOG INSPECTOR.
O. MacDonell was elected Chairman, Fred I committee was empowered to employ July Steamship City of Monticello, :McKee, JUj253
. W. Hoyt Secretary, and J. II. Prescott, from Palatka; freight and passengers, ** Business entrusted to me will receive
janitor or janitress, the expenses incurredin to W. O. Jeffreys, agent careful and prompt attention.StratIllllore .
' Esq., Treasurer. doing so to be assessed upon the stock- July Steamship City of :Monticello, McKee,
from Charleston ; freight and passen-
Judge Westcott., President of the Tavares, holders. gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent.

Orlando (Atlantic Railroad, and J. A. Hen The selection of a name for the companyand Steamship from Palatka City;of freight Monticello and passengers, McKee, mmumnnnrni ,uiwovn Hotel,

tu derson, Esq., of Tallahassee, attorney for pavilion was left to the executive com to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. r'l
I July 4-Brig Alfred, Young, Bermuda;' ballast, I. I
& Co.
the Florida Railway Navigation were mittee. to J. C. Read. \ ON AMELIA BE.1CII,

in the city this week. The following parties are stockholders in CLEARED. 'I chF

Carruth, the negro who murdered the two the Beach Pavilion : Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, -, for Brunswick J r w I FERXASDIXAFLOCIDA.
daily, with freight and passengers,
colored women and the two children at J. II. Prescott, C. W. Maxwell, by f'. W. Simmons, agent
Citra last week, was taken from the custodyof J. D. Palmer, S. A. Swann, I. July 8-Steamship City of San Antonio Wilder, I -
W. 0. Jeffreys, J. M. Galphin, for New York; freight and passengers, NOW OPEN POU THE SEASON.
the Sheriff and hanged by the indignant Fred W. Hoyt, W. J. Woodward, by R. W. Southwick agent.
citizens last Wednesday.The M.: X. Dean, Miss H. Baltzell, July 5-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,
for Palatka by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
steamship San Antonio, of the Mallory )[. A. Williams, Theo. Starbuck, July 6-Steamship City; of Montieello, McKee, for Of the Latest and Most::: Approved Patterns. BEACH is the finest on the
J. E. Wandell, 1) J. Taylor, Charleston; by W.O. Jeffreys, agent. AMELIA Coast and the Sea-Bathing is
Line, sailed for New York Thursday G. Stark, H. H. Linville July Steamship City of Monticello,McKee, for
COOKING UTERUS OF ALL KINDS unsurpassed. The Boating and Fishing on
evening with a good passenger list and the C. II. Whitner, J. W. Bushnell, Palatka; freight. and passengers, by I E the Island are excellent.
W. O. Jeffreys.July
following cargo : 79,000 feet lumber, 1.0G5 W. H. Finn, G. L. Baltzell, Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, ., Connections made by the Fernandina melons, 348 logs cedar, 114 cases, 5GG pkgs. D. Maxwell, _\ G. X. Saussy, for Charleston; freight and passengers, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, I Sea-Beach Uailway with every train arriving -
W. B. Duryee, P. Kelly. by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. i on the Florida Railway tfc Navigation
vegetables, 223 bbls. rosin, 30 bbls. spirits, ,A. O. MacDonell, H. E. Dotterer, 7-Bark Carrie Wyman, McNeal, Buenos WROUGIIT-IROX PIPES. I l! Co's) lines; also with the different Steamers.
merchandise. J. A. Brooks E. C. Horsey, Ayres lumber, by J. C. Read.
11 ,
pkgs. Schooner Jesse W. Starr, Warren. Phila- Rates from $ .0O to $3.00 per day ; special
: The first issue of the thirty local roundtrip J. L. Taylor, C. H. Leggett, delphia: lumber. by Mizell & Bro. rates for families by the week.
II. J. Baker, F. W. Simmons, Schooner Nellie,Langdon, Bagley New
iN tickets to Amelia Beach has been exhausted F. B. Papy,. Chas. H. Berg, York; lumber by Hilliard & Bailey. DRIVEN WELLS .SPEC'IAI/TY __ Excursion parties accommodated.

just one month after the formal W. X. Thompson. 9-Schooner S. II. Manor,Wines,New York; __ I I Clam Chowder every day.FRANK .
lumber, C. II. lluot.
by ,
ju opening of the road. The General Passen- ABBOTT.

ger Agent has been compelled to issue a A Handsome Piece of Lady's Handlicorli. -- Suits- TIN AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
Bathing and Caps
f second and larger edition for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
g For Ladies and Gentlemen, in elegant Wind Mills for pumping water or running
Glaiber has obtained the lease
r Mr. Albert We were fortunate enough to see this style and large variety, light machinery promptly erected on order. LUCY COTTAGE ,
of the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia Beach, atKINO'S Church Factory and School Bells for sale
week the handsomest piece of feminine : BAZAAR,
' + and takes possession of it to-day. We understand at a bargain. I Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
Glaiber skill in needlework that we have ever be- tf Cor. of Fifth and Centre sts. JZ5S-Stoves at Wholesale Prices. !
Mr. contemplates making
held. It consisted of a crazy quilt, workedin All goods delivered at the various trans- FERXAXDIX.FLORIDA..

' large improvements for the comfort and silk by Miss Alice Woodward, of Fay- The Atlantic Pavilion. portation stations within the city free of
convenience of his guests, and that the establishment charge. All sales for cash. Offers pleasant; rooms well furnished,with
etteville, N. C.. now on a visit to her brother,
Having obtained a lease of the Atlantic. or without board. Table Boarders will be
will be run in first class style. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.
Mr. W. J. Woodward, of this city. The Pavilion, on Amelia Beach, I beg to inform accommodated ; also transient.

I' A new lot of latest styles Crockery and blending of the different colors, as well as my friends and the public generally that I Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 188-!. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.nt .
to make such improvements
Glassware at HOYT & Co's.; the subjects treated, exhibit the hand of an propose -------- -
additions as to make the Pavilion a first-
artist. It took the young lady a year to class sea-side resort. Refreshments of all

The Colored Masons. accomplish her task. The quilt, which is kinds will he served in first-class style at
' r reasonable rates. I solicit the patronage of
valued at $350 will be on exhibition at

r .Y, 9, K. T. Kydd's store next week. public. f QFURNITUREe!

The Fourth was celebrated by the colored
A Rare Chance. N.
Masons of this city by instituting a com- Mrs. Grundy Says : .' 't:
FOR S\LE-The contents of four furnished
; mandery of colored Knights by Sir J. A. That B. F. Waas is building a cottage on rooms, suitable for housekeeping. Furni- ;>-'. ...

Roberts, G. E. C. of Florida, assisted by Sirs Fifth street, near Alachua. ture nearly new, and of the best quality and ';, -

George H. Johnson, Price, Duncan, Crompton That the skeleton of Charles Marion Stark design.on terms Will be to sold purchaser.in part or whole, and We have opened, in the parson Building, Centre Street,

and other Knights of Jacksonville.After has been wanderiug around lately-fever Address easy T.W. II., this office,stating wherea below Second, a, full line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consistingin I
conferring the Knighthood upon consultation be had.Auction .
did it may
several applicants, the following officers ; part of Walnut Chamber Suits, Ash Chamber Suits, :Mahoganyand
That the burden of his 'plaint is how to

were installed : get an appetite. Sale. Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at
j R. S. Mitchell, E. C. Being about to remove from ,this city, I
; J. W. white, G.Williams. That Judge Baker and J. H. Prescott have will sell on Tuesday afternoon (July 14)) at' prices as'low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere ,

been taking a course of medicine. o'clock, at public-auction, in the building .
_.A. W. Oapt. Gen. formerly occupied by the Mode Bros., foot finished light and dark; Children's Bedsteads; Chairs in, great
That she wishes to of
D. R. Baxter Prelate. enquire our City
of Centre street, all my household fur-
I M. J. Taylor, S. W. :* ,"., Fathers whether that artesian well is going niture, consisting of black walnut variety, ; Rockers. of all kinds; Tables-Extension. Breakfast and

Jones J. W. down or gone up." bedstead, black walnut bureau, mahogany and Hire
t Washington washstand, rocking and plain chairs, mat- Centre ; Washstands; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat ; ;
t r Joe Anderson,Treasurer. : That she wonders if the Board of,Health
trasses and: .
: _pillows. bedding, an eight-day ,Mattresses of various qualities cheaper than ever before sold
R. S. Delaney, Recorder. dares express an opinion of that marsh." clock, etc. ,

; Wm. Hamilton, Standard Bearer. That there was more fun enjoyment C. L. LANGE, Pillows and Bolsters ; and a full line of goods generally foundin
t Fernandina, Fla. July 10, 1885. '
; 111. Thomas, S. B. to the square rod on Amelia river last Satur- ]. of
:a regular: .Furniture Store.. We invite an inspection our
I R. E. Edden, W. day than has been there in a long time; To Rent. .

W. J. Delaney, A. Jackson and E. McFar- That as a source of pleasure to partici- The house -' stock.
upper floor, two rooms, of the
land, G. S. pants and spectators the regatta vms an im' on northwest corner of Centre and Seventh[ .. We also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.The .
After the installation a collation was serve& -, mense'success; streets. Inquire on the premises. '

I which was much enjoyed by all. The, :That it is proposed to continue the regatta -, latest shapes in the beautiful LustreBandVare. and Porcelain '

: ,' .Knights expressed themselves extremely -, organization and give an occasional repetition $20 Reward '. : ; Goods., Sold in any quantity to suit purchaser.
I i gratified with their reception. of the amusement. For the apprehension and conviction of ':, :

, the party. who broke into mv new dwelling. : ', : 'f' "FRED W_ :; HOYT':& .
That the of the Beach .
3t. new public pavilion .. .
f Butter, Lard, Src., on ice G. li. 'FAIRB K5. '. :' : : ,
i ; FEED ,\'. HOYT..&Co's, Railway is to be an elegant structure.' :Fernandina;: Julr2.iss5.-; i .: .:... -J :..t : >
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