Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 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
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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VOL.. VII. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATUm 1?! JULY 18.; 1885. NO. 34.: ir

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STATE NOTES.A Constitutional, Convention one.would. A Tribute Mrs.,1Fernandina Lw.Yulee. tery-to believe what we cannot compre- REGULATIONS
l lti.JYricname its hend (how short! our creed if.we could'not) ;
arrive at the conclusion that the ma- with .its : ,
farmer in Marion county has manhood suf- cool sea breezes, and its fam<"usand splendid and we hope to join our friend in the; better PRESCRIBING THE DUTIES OF THE
in favor of .
jority were : ; '
the "Jesus Christ
country- hClvenly-foI
beach !is linked by meiniry/s chain to : SANITARY INSPECTOR
in .watermelons. FORNASSAU
165 acres planted ; frage.-Industrial Recorder. the sacred friendship of Mrs,.f JJ.:'L.YCLEE, came into. the world to save sinners:*' she CO Ut1 TJ;

In a 'school of seventeen pupils, Captain' Jarvis and his corps of I and again recalls her stately presence.A never. lai metl to be anything else. SECTION 1. The Sanitary Inspector -
women .'' in thous- "We mourn her more because there are fie few appointed
there woman ne a
miles from are among .
few in Wednesday the Board of 'for
a engineers put an appearance by Health the
and she not long ago pa.ssed from these Who, in life's struggle bravely act their part.
fourteen named Smith. the of county of Nassau shall report to the Board
to :
( commence survey temporal! scenes to join the h sts of the redeemed M. B. T.
of Health and nuisance whatever
Judge Benj. Harrison, editor of the the Lake Shore Railroad. Captain *blameless in, the, presence! of the Fernandina, Fla., July 15,'l Sj. discovered anv by him every in any part of the "

Palatka Daily News, has been ap Keller, of this place, who has the King having secured the wedding! !---arment.In' county Nassau, by reason of. which the

pointed postmaster at that. ity. reputation: of being a most competent her sphere on earth tsl'je performed NEWS NOTES.1 .. public health is, or may be, endangcrrd
nobly the duties of life, happen pits enjoyments -

The work of rebuilding' the Putnam ,. thorough. and_reliable. engineer, which she did not' nttrjby; : discontent .injuriously affected.

House in Palatka, destroyed by was given a position in the corps, or mistrust. She.affurcjed, Ln;example 1 There are 45,000,000 eggs con- of SECTION.such 2. It shall further heist he the duty
Inspectors once.at in
started 1..svorthv of.imitation. Beauti&jfjjrr person., sumed( daily in the United States. every
lire in November last, is about to be and Thursday morning they month, after the first day of May and until*
mind and character. As a wits loving and
commenced.N. out west of town and began work, The Hansom cab is now the niost otherwise further ordered by the Board
beloved not but
she withheld, ,
._ jeverence .
R. Carter, County Treasurer of which''' will soon give Kissimmee an- wisely influenced.. In sex envin 'devotion popular vehicle in New 'York, and it personally: to inspect all drains, c n e1eTies *
premises:: yards, rits. sinks yanTt*. i
64 other all rail connection with the to her children and faithful\love she was is.especially popular women. '
Levy, reports that he has,..$1,198 among closets, wells, or water supplies, throughout; !

county funds, and $628 07 special outside world.-Leader. unsurpassed.a friend; was,Her admirable fidelity<< ,and deserving' constancyas all Many' fashionable ladies, use'it to go ," all incorporated cities or towns in said

funds hand. A gentleman from near Altoona realization and come'from church.A county, and to make careful note of all 1,
on praise. and was a precious to
i whatever
tending any manner to
was in our office this week and informed those who enjoyed her friendship: duringthe '
Fort :Myers:\ the most 'frontier dispatch from Bombay states endanger or disturb the public health and

town in Florida, has contributed us that he had applied for a reverses of fortune, when souls were that laborers on the Pisheen Railway report the same in writing to the Board of
tried, and felt the helpfulness her gentle, '
twenty dollars to the pedestal fund patent on process: raising orange admonitions, of her trng'.chara t.er. Ihu.e are deserting by the hundreds Health. -

for the Bartholdi.statue. trees to full bearing' in three years, noticed her closely for more than thirty because of the ravages of the cholerain SECTION 3. In all cases where premises r
and that the saine about to be perseverance: 'andpromptness or lots are found upon inspection to be in
was years. Energy, courage,
It is said that President Cleveland the country through which .the bad sanitary condition, the Inspector shallat
bud< were conspicuous traits. Intensely -
granted. He does not on an
has tendered the'Liberian :Mission to anxious for tje! .welfare of those:: road.is being constructed. once notify the person or persons residing
stock but on a. growth in no thereon,and if vacant, the owner,or
orange ; personin
Rev Dr. G. W. Bryant, pastor of the connected with the citrus family.: dear to her and for the, pftblic, interest, /Joseph' Tulvar, chief clerk in. the. charge thereof, and require spas action
way (patriotism burned brightlyln her bosom,) I
A. :M:\ E. Church of Jacksonville., New York Custom House, although,. on the part of,sucli persoivor persons as in' I ,
in the
We know nothing regard to she bore her trials bravely,al cheerfully,
The report that 'yellow fever was merits of his claim but it'is, to say. knowing the Hill'from whence cometh our a Democrat, has held his office con- his judgment may be necessary ; and in
case of, refusal or neglect on the part' of
prevailing in Pensacola has been indignantly and if feasible help. Envy aid jealousy f QUITO! no placein tinuously for, thirty-two years, and any.
the least
startling, I person or persons so notified to abate or remove
denied the medical her large heart. The'ospel of 'l.good- has survived'twclv of'col-'
by changes nuisance
will certainly revolutionize any designated or to put the
orange will to men" dwelt there and manifested
fraternity of that city. Two of their Lake lectors.' His salary is $5,000 a year..' premises or lots in approved sanitary con
Re- intellectual
culture in Florida.Eustis itself in efforts for the ; moral
dition, the Inspector may either: make com
number, however, admit the prevalence 'and'spiritual improvement,of community -
any. Gen. D. H. Hill 'has been elected plaint before the proper authority for violation -
of scarlet fever. gion.A she was in, endeavoring'to lead themin
portion of the, old city govern- pursuit of,the: highest aims of man. :President of the Middle Georgia Col- of the Regulations the Board of

There are five schooners now engaged ment's effects to which the present lege. The election for this office has Health, or report the same to the.Board for
Her piety was of, no ordinary( type, but action.
in the trade between Indian fell heir to be approved by the Board of
provisional municipality was a living, abiding principle., She loved SECTION The Inspector shall also inspect -

River and Jacksonville, and they are and consisting of a large iron safe, the Lord Jesus Christ in sincerity, and' her Trustees of the'University'of G or-' all'butchers' stalls, and as far as possible -

. delivering freight on the river at was sold at public auction last Monday "goings out and comings in were before gia. It is understood that he will all fresh meats, vegetables,, fruits,
Him." She knew how to rebuke sin in
lower rates than those from Jack- any accept. melons, and fish exposed for sale, and
Sheriff to
by the satisfy a judgment company without laying aside .her courtesy,
Titus- all places where articles of food
sonville, to either Rockledge or
in favor. of J. .M. Thompson, and anywhere shecould promote refined and The giraffe is' the most valuable of any kind are offered for sale in any

ville.Elsie the colored attorney, 'who acted as elevated conversation without, usurping it, animal exhibited. Little ones,'fromfive.toten such city or town, and if upon inspection

Sackct stewardess of the and adviser the late herself. Her c interchange of Christian sympathy he?:shall find article of .diet
mentor legal to :;'affectio.T"wiieat i tftfferences :: ; feet high -are: estimated to. any ". food J or""*- (sooffered'unsounJ *. ..,
.. '-and of- ; ?* ( -
'rdhWri'tU" iarajP J .T .mJlv '6-'V
c Sdt" stale"or unwJfotesomc.lJeshall
nier pftti17i ivas ,
'Sl unlamented, city cmbroglioment opinion existed, was sincere; and pleasant. be worth from $2,000 to $5/XX; forthwith stop the sale of the sa'me.

urday last at Palatka. James Lowry, This property: did not cost less than Firm in her doctrinal views'shevas, readyto Large ones bring $10,000, and those and order the same destroyed removed:,

a white man, was taking two colored $350, and having'been bid in by :Mr. receive experimental knowledge with the from 16 to 20 feet cost from $15,000 beyond the corporate limits of such city at

girls out rowing and turned the boat J. W. Dorr for $57 50,it will be seen humility of a childlike nature, and a Christ- to.$25,000.The the expense of the owner or vender thereof. ;

over in getting in. Lowry and one'colored at once that the purchaser has madea like spirit, and no irritating jvord was ever and if any person.or persons shall persist in
uttered to disturb, the harmony of that internal revenue collectionsfor the sale of any article of food condemned
girl were saved. Advance-Gazette.
Christian communion founded
upon one-
the first eleven months of the by the Inspector, or shall refuse to remove
The railroad graders are within ---- -- ness in Christ. the same when ordered by him so to do. it

sixteen miles of Titusville, with the TIlE Apaches have smoke signalsby Through her letters she still speaks. I fiscal year ending June 30, 1885, aggregated shall be the duty of the Inspector to make

and fire beacons will take this occasion to deliver a message $103,697,164 a decrease of
road from Enterprise all to day at night, complaint against such person or persons
graded which she sent to Christians. of :Florida, the fur violation of the of this Board
and systems of telegraphy under- $4,620,414 as compared with regulations : ,
this point with the exception of two when writing from'Paris, France, in March, and they shall be dealt with according i to the

small wet places. The first of Sep- stood only by themselves. The displacement 1884: "Please say to the Christians that corresponding period of the pre- law in such case: Provided*that in cases of '

tember will see the entire roadrbed: and overturning of a few there is nothing like helping Missions to ceding fiscal year. doubt the Inspector shall stop the sate of 1

graded and ready for laying ties and stones on a trail, or a bent or broken make one's own Church grow. It is a strange Collector Hedden of New York any article suspected, and at once call in the i
thing, but i it is true, riving to, God enriches
is of like the President of the Board of Health-or
note any
twig a warning
iron.-Tit z'illc Star.L. who has been in office little
us only a
every Church that does it.' It is to me the member of said Board, in the absence of the i

M. Terrill, superintendent of bugle call to disciplined troops. The widow's cruse of oil. It never fails to blessa over one week, has already.received President-whose duty it shall be at once to

the railway mail service is now many crosses dotting the roadsidesof Church that does it heartily." During a more than one thousand applica- accompany the Inspector and together with

go- Arizona and New Mexico mark season of affliction, which she writes of at the him inspect the same, and the decision with
tions to fill the 259 vacancies not
ing over the road making "
arrange- the of murdered men. The same place, she adds: But I feel the chainof regard thereto shall be final.

ments to extend the service on to graves, God's love around me that nothing can subject to civil service'examination, SEC.,5. No excavations of earth for any

Orlando from Fernandina and Jacksonville country seems one vast graveyard, break." and the applications are not all in purpose shall be allowed within the corporate
writes Susan Wallace "-if
distance some 213 miles. we may Deeply interested in the. :MacAll Mission, yet: limits of any city in said county after

judge by the frequency of these rude she requested that we would form an auxil- the first day of :May and before the' tenth

South Florida will now receive her memorials." Trained by their pa- iary :society in Florida, as has been done in The floods in Austria continue to day of November, and no lots or lands

mails via Ocala.-Free Press.' rents to theft and murder from many of the other States, and urged as a cause great damage. The loss by therein shall be ploughed or dug up for pur-

Mr. D. S. Pettus killed an alligator childhood they inured to'all extremes consideration, gratitude to France for her the waterspout which recently del- poses of cultivation, drainage, or ;any other
of truth and
heritage righteousness purpose, during such time except such lots
within a quarter of a mile of his Pesth is estimated at
of heat and cold hunger and the and uged $250,000. lands
through Huguenots, our obligations or as may have been previously under

house, one day last week, that measured thirst. They are cunning as the red to'the French, fleet at Yorktown for Dozens. of villages and. tens of thou- continuous cultivation ; and the Inspectorshall ;

10} feet in length, and was evidently fox, insatiate as tigers, and so inge- their part in our liberties." sands of acres of crops are underwater make complaint against all persons

a moss-back veteran of the nious in preparing for surprises that Her letters gave unmistakable evidencesof in South Hungary, causingalmost'a violating this regulation.SEC. .
her growth in grace and of her deep G. The sale of any and all,nostrums
One of his
swamps. forelegs was suspension of harvesting in
they will envelop themselves in a reverence for and love of the Scriptures.She or quack medicines by street pedlers or.itinerant -

missing, and he is supposed to have gray blanket and sprinkle it carefully expressed great sorrow that any effort that region. .* venders, is at all times prohibited

lost it during the war of the rebel- with earth, so as to resemble a should be'made weaken one" single item Jak Tokamine, ;Japanese Com- detrimental to the public 'health ; and the

lion."-J/onticello Constitution. of its testimony, and thus throw discredit Inspector shall at once stop any such personor
granite boulder, to be passed withina ,missioner to the New Orleans Expo-
upon the whole. In a letter to a friend in persons selling ,or attempting to sell any

The Pensacola Commercial says few feet without suspicion. Again, Fernandina, she asks : .Are you not filled sition, is now in Charleston to inspectthe medicine on. the streets or elsewhere with- ....

that the summer thus far has beenin they will cover, themselves with with delight in.reading the ways now of the phosphate mines of the State, and out a permit signed by the President of the

every way the most prosperousone fresh grass, and, lying motionless, Christian world, how it is on fire, I may ;the methods of manufacturing fertilizers Board of'Health. '

enjoyed by Pensacola since the appear as a natural portion of the say for Christ? The .Roman Catholics are : with the ,purpose of establishing -: SEC.. 7. The Inspector shall be required
awake, too. In the Plenary Council, lately to report to the Board at every regular meeting
war. The outlook for *
the timber
field. direct trade between
Japan the of his
held in Baltimore, they urged families to showing progress inspection,

trade is especially hopeful for the hold family worship, and to study' the and South Carolina. He says Japan and embrace'therein every subject or thing
In the ten' from 1862 to 1871
coming year, and the, trade'promises years Bible." .needs most a permanent fertilizer, necessary and proper to be brought to the
inclusive, according to the records of attention of the Board which 'shall
to continue good during the summer Only a few' weeks before her death she and Carolina phosphates are best
if the Interior Department, there were writes: "Our Master' is not a great way off.",' be filed by the Secretary among the recordsof
the work of the Board of Healthis
suited to the wants of Japan.Sir said Board.Approved .
granted''' to railroad corporations in To those who long for His appearing He has
of such a healthful and judicious by the Board of Health for dIe
the United States promised "to appear the second time, with- Peter Lumsden, who is receiving -
character as to save the city from 196,000,000 acres out sin,.to salvation." He soon so appearedto : honors from the Queen and County of Nassau, and adopted, May 13th, ..
of the public lands, equalling in area high 1885. .b <:-&;:" ;
her and she has But
groundless reports and panics. the whole of ''New England, New how does, that home gone in Washington up higher., with the new Ministry, when ordered J. D. PALMER, President:>" ?:f(,', ",,:.:. ,-1

The Nassau County Record says York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland all its rich resources for'enjoyment;'sit solitary home from Afghanistan had to ride H. J. BAKEE, Secretary. ;,V"".-,',:, r 1,

the people of that county are very Ohio and Indiana. The Northern without her gracious presence to cheer? all the way from Herat to Astrabadon An Open, Frank Letter.-It is by

anxious for the increased Its inmates can only comfort themselves tracts that Dr. David
per capita Pacific Railroad the ;vilest horses, along no means strange Kennedy
tax.Ve ; grabbed tblion's against sorrow. But how great is that com- should have received the following letter.
wonder how of the and'without
many share, 47,000,000 acres. fort! Was she not among the highly favored almost impassable, By reading it you will see in one minute
citizens of Nassau the editor why its writer could recommend .-[Ei>.]
county who did not taste of death? Did not her change of clothing for days. In one \' ,
Mr. J. W. Horner, traveling agent for Am-
consulted on the question before Pope Leo is dyspeptic, although own lips and tongue testify, before they had day the General, 'who is over fifty- 'bach, Burgander fc Co., IJaltimo,,?, Md.,

penning his expression of their the affliction does not affect his amia- lost the power of utterance, that "she' has eight, rode; over eighty-eight miles. says : My head felt bad and I was suffering -
'' from indigestion. A trial of''FavoritesRemedy'
I wishes. Judging from the result of bility. It is said dry bread and milkis passed into the inner sanctuary? Mysterious Sir Peter is both 'physically and made'me feel like, a new mm. I
union of matter and spirit-of soul cheerfully recommend it to all needing a
the election for his diet week in and week .
delegates to the o out. and body! We rejoice to accept the mys- morally strong. medicine of the kind."



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A PATH LEADS ALL THE WAY.I : I But recoveiing himself, he 'extendeda I I Never!-no, I mean ; but someday I I discovered one of: the young officers: ward had been quietly married, and--

warm welcome to the maiden, and you will, love some man, and he had met in the inn, bound hand and had sped away to spend their' honev-
sit before my door at eve then aided her in unbundling herself will take. ofrom: me" foot, while by' his side lay two others, moon In the romantic valleys of Spain
And looking westward softly say, from her wraps, furs and hat, and his No, no,,',no, I will not go away the one I was' to meet the next morning ---.0
Should I these garden precincts leave surprise was evident he beheld what from you. I' will not love any one; I in deadly combat, and he that was Extract From a Private Letter.
And cross the meadows sweet with dew, a metamorphosed form his ward was. wish to be'always with you." to be my second. Regarding Dr. David KE> '
And climb the hills so deeply blue A form supple, graceful and slightly Clarence 'Kane sprang to his feet, ";But no need had I to dread that Remedy, the writer, Prof.nnedy's A. B. Chandler Favorite
Aud follow still the setting day- above the medium height, yet perfectin and rapidly>. crossed the floor, and 're morrow's,meetings, for both my enemy Principal of the Academy, Brookhaven 01ISg.

Still other gardens I should find mold ; a face radiant with a turning'said quickly : and the one who was to have acted. as the liver., says and: "bowels I suffered and paralysis from torpidity I nJi nf

w And other meadows dewy sweet, strangely fascinating beauty, for the "Juanita,.:would to Heaven .I-could my friend were dead." 'the I Favorite Remedy' for two months and
,% And still the summer road would wind, eyes were midnight in blackness, keep you ever with me; but first, ere "Dead ?" am now able to use my side, which for'tw
I And still the patient earth would lend- liquid in expression, and filled with a I know my: doom, let me tell you of "Yes, Juanita, they had been months which! for and a long am now time able had been to use like my Sid
Though I a thousand miles should wend- slumbering'fire, while' the hair, rival- yourself let me tell you of your! past cruelly put to'death: by the very band ''of dead flesh. My general health was a iro'
Herself unto my patient feet. ing them in hue, was worn in luxuri- life. that was soon to seek my life, for, letter than at present.:: ever$500OOOTiAR.

The rivers hide"naath ant folds around the proud head, and Listen !''You have ,believed your like my guide ,and myself, the other
The better many a the bridge, confined by a massive silver comb. self left in, my keeping by your pa- party had become lost in the storm,
pleased they greet day; In undisguised admiration Clarence rents, who I told you died in a foreign and had happened upon the same
There's guidance o'er the roughest ridge ,
Aye, though 'tis thousand miles or more; Kane forgot his good breeding,' and land ; but to your life hangs ,a story house. _
To where she sits within her door, stood'and gazed. you must know', for no longer 'are youa "This,was quickly told me by the I
There is a path leads all the way. "What? was this the girl of four- child. young officer, whose life the bandits STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN, '
teen he had left at boarding-school a You know my life has been one of. had spared, to torture: from him on NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES
t O blessed land of the dear earth, few years before ?'' he thought, while adventure, of wandering, and thus I' the morrow a confession as to when AND CANADA EXPRESS C03I-
JJetwixt us still, though wide we stray, the'object of his gaze, flushing crim- will begin.by: telling you that sixteen the richly-laden commissary train was PANIES. TROY, N. Y.
++ Thou seems't to lessen thy great girthIn son, said half timidly: years agone I was roaming in Spain, to cross the mountains. The of Rome
strength lay
dusk and stillness for my feet; Don't I please you, my dear guardian and one night put up at an inn by the "Instantly I severed the bonds of nor in; ,her grain-laden! not fleets in her These multitude -
S I: Thy futile hinting yet is sweet; ? roadside, ,where were stationed a number the young officer, and rising to his were elements::! of strength, but her never-
y There is a path leads all the way! With a long-drawn sigh Clarence of Spanish o officers: feet:he took the pistol I offered him, failing discipline; resource of Roman lay in soldiers.the self-control anll

And at its end she sits the same, Kane shook off the beautystruckspell While enjoying. my supper in quiet, and together,we were consulting as to is the very soul to all the wonderful Di ciplilleIt meaning -
"With evening face serenely bright, upon him, and answered honestly a conversation occurred at the table our future movement to save the poor possessed by the word "veteran." )Ir.
t between several officers when from the* Benedict, of Troy, is veteran in the
"With lips that sweetly speak my name ; : near me Spanish guide, stable-yard, business. ex-
aR While through her' look and smile there "Juanita, I believe only angels:: that 'was most 'insulting to my came a loud cry for mercy, a few shots said press to your reporter "rye stood years.at this he
plays could possess your beauty." own land, and every vile epithet was and a groan of agony, and poor Pepe, desk." It is the discipline: :i of years of experience
Suggestion :still: of holy ways: Thanks; but your angelic ideas heaped upon America and Americans we knew, had been cruelly murdered. in the trust which and gives him the position he holds
esteem of
r .. That conquer parting,' change and night. will have a fall, for I'll astonish you until, unable to stand it longer, Let us away from here, or our corporations.1Ve have these a business three great! of
-.1/ E. Bennett. by proving,what affinities earthly angels I arose to my feet, and crossing over fate will be such as his; see, there area $500,000 a year and I've been absent from
'' --- -- ] can possess, for, do you Know, to the table/threw a glass of wine into dozen of them,' cried the Spaniard., this office hardly a month in all that time,
THE LIFE SECRET. I'm almost starved?" the face of a young man attired in "And leading the way, I dashed although I've worked I must here when confess suffering that many great times

True, I had forgotten the politeness the uniformof, a captain, and who had through the window 'opening upon the for I've been troubled all my life with pain biliousness ,
5' S c. A TRAVELER'S STRANGE ADVENTURES of a host in my joy at your ar been particularly insulting in all he shed, just as a cry arose among the and dyspepsia. My system had become -
7 ; I ,IN ;:PAIN. rival/; but I will now atone for it." had said : bandits to seek me. so and reduced and weak that I had no
I appetite my digestion wholly disorder
Clarence Kane sat in ';his sumptuously And calling to servant girl, he bade Instantly y there was a commotion, Out upon the roof, off upon, the ed. I've tried various remedies:but:almost
furnished library, lost in thoughts her conduct his ward to the room pre- and making known my nationality, ground, we hastily scrambled, and at two years: ago \I happened to hit'upon Dr:

rag3; .. evidently unwelcome to him, for his pared for: her, promising: to meet her the'young captain demanded that I full speed rushed on in the darkness, Kennedy's using only one FAVORITE bottle or REMEDY.so: I began to After feel
t Z handsome face was clouded and the in a few minutes at dinner. should meet )him: in a duel and noth- mile after mile, until my poor com- stronger in every way. The great-difficulty
'r' i stern lips firmly compressed, as he The merry Christmas days sped ing loth, r. cepted the challenge, and panion was broken down and could go has been with my digestion but this seems
gazed vacantly into the red coals in rapidly away, and both Clarence Kane promised to meet him the next day no further;; but then daylight broke, to Dr.regulate Kennedy's it perfectly.FAVORITE I have REMEDY.sir. great I

the grate. and his beautiful ward became toastsin but one, in a spot designated in the and I discovered a small cot near by, have bought and given a great deal of ;It to
?., Though forty years had passed over the aristocratic society of aristo- mountains, and some twelve miles dis- and arousing the inmates, we asked the poor around here ; those, you know,

7 :y him, neither form nor face indicated cratic Baltimore.The tant, the captain promising to have a for shelter, which was cheerfully given, kind who,have for there no money are a to great buy medicine troubled of any
that age; for proudly erect and graceful best parti of the State, :Mr. gentleman friend present who would although death there met our gaze; with bilious diseases and suffer many on withoutaid.
.y -1 besides possessing dark, flashing Kane, was haunted by mothers who act,as my second, for I was a strangerin for upon a snow-white bed lay a I always keep FAVORITE REMEDYin
C; .yes, waving hair and regular features, had marriageable daughters, dined by a strange land, and knew not whomto young and beautiful woman, who had the for house.the blood I consider in the it market.the best Well medicine I-
Rw he was a strikingly handsome man, bashful papas, and, on account of his call upon ; but do not be impatient, been thrown from her horse the even- i must attend to the matter for the western,
appearing Icarcely more than thirty. great popularity, wined at the clubs Juanita, for all this bears upon your ing before and killed. part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I
{ Reared in luxury for his parents by his numerous friends, while the life. "One glance and my companion am coming down to Rondont to see him in
I want know him." I left the
had left him millionaire when but beautiful Juanita like star '.'To be in time her. She August. to
a a arose a Iprocured ,a guide recognized was the wife of veteran still at his post, rejoicing in health:
s f college student, he had never known above the horizon of the social circle, the next afternoon, and thoroughly the young officer with whom I was en- grateful to Dr. Kennedy.St. .
poverty through necessity, though a and became at once a reigning belle. armed and well mounted, we startedfor gaged,to fight a duel.
wandering life of many years through But, amid all the admiration of the the rendezvous ; but a terrific Her story''had been told to, the inmates Louts Beer!

i many lands had shown him that there outer world bestowed upon them both storm set in, 'we lost our way, darkness of the.cottage ere she died, St.ANTHONY Louis beer& KUHN of the, at celebrated breweryof
existed more_want and suffering than Clarence Kane and Juanita were better came on'I'( and after wandering for which was,'that her husband had gone F. C. LATH4.V3
4 I happiness and comfort in this! world, content to enjoy the quiet of the old hours, a friendly light caught our to fight a duel, and she was hasteningafter Billiard and Sample Room.
from lack of the almighty dollar, and homestead themselves.And eyes, and eagerly we sought it, and him to prevent it, accompaniedonly
his noble nature aided ever, where yet neither of them knew the found a small mountain farm-house, by a guide, when her horse had NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
k circumstances brought him in contact other's feelings'in this matter, but be- from t.he.inmat.es of which we receiveda fallen and crushed her beneath its
R. :
with his fellow-beings in distress. lieved the regard existing between warm welcome. weight.
> y. Three months before that bleak December them was such as was right between I liked not the appearance of the "Juanita, never did: I suffer as then, MERCHANT TAILORHas
r' '' evening when he is seated in guardian and ward. place, and neither did my guide, for and to atone for my having been the removed his business to the rooms over
the library of his magnificent Balti- The merry days were soon over, we felt assured that there had been cause of all this misery, I had the bodyof )[elldauh's: grocery store: on Centre street.
of seasonable
He has received
more home, Clarence Kane had re- and once again 'Juanita returned to some half dozen men in the house the beautiful woman borne back to goods for gentlemen's an assortment wear, and is prepared
turned from a wandering tour abroad, her school duties, but not for long, as when we called at the gate,,for distinctly her home, and from there buried in to make them up' to suit all tastes in the
,. which had lasted for two years, and in the commencement of summer she had we heard loud, voices, and state, beside the grave of her beloved best style.
y the circumstances that had to and before the old and husband for the the ,2gRepairing neatly done.Fernandina. .
brought was graduate appear yet only an man woman following day Fla., July 12, 18g4.In .
i him home again is the subject of this world's footlights as a young lady, and greeted us. young officer had taken with him a

sketch. with joy she looked forward to the "But a good supper 'was given us. number of soldiers and gone to the the Circuit Court,
Sitting there in silent meditation. day when again she would be back at My guide looked after the horses and house of the bandits, and though he
.. .,,1T R + he was awaiting the coming of one the old homestead which Clarence was assigned a place in the barn to had found the ,place deserted, except FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU
S who is very dear to him though no found to be strangely dark and dismal sleep, while'I was shown up-stairs to a bY' the dead, he had brought back COUNTY FLORIDA.
1 '.t wife or sister had ever brightened his without her fair presence. small room' possessing but a single with him the corpses of his friends ALOKZO va.B. NOTES, 1

I. doorway or made happy his bachelor But the months rolled away at last, door and window, beside the trap and my unfortunate guide. ELLEN E. S. WADLEIGII Ttr"T, J j /'& Chancery.
f i?f' home. Clarence Kane held the responsible and once again Juanita gladdened the through which I had entered the "And, Juanita, to atone yet the JOHN H. 'Y ADLEIGII. J JA
q; position of guardian over a mansion with her sunny smile and chamber. more for my sin, I took to my heart the BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IX
r girl of seventeen and voice to the of her Dressed I I threw child-a little of the above entitled cause, and process:
young having silvery joy guar- as was, myself baby girl one year- regularly issued therein, and it appearing
received from the fair maiden a telegram dian and the delight'' of the servants, upon the low bed, but not to sleep ; of the dead parents, and bringing her that the defendants Ellen B. S. Wa lei'hand
,, that afternoon that she would for one and all of them loved her for strange thoughts came over me, with me to America, reared her as my John II. radleigli reside beyond the
be with him during the evening, having I i dearly.A and soon I 'heard the hum of voices, ward-" limits of the of United the State States.It of. }
S left her boarding-school for the month afier her return she was and through a crack in the floor discovered And I am she that was that little is therefore ordered that the defendants
Christmas holidays, he ,had remained seated one moonlit evening, enjoying in, the room below a half orphan girl?" asked Juanita, in a low Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and the said John II.
t: away from the club to greet her. from the open windo.w-the scene of the dozen fierce-looking men. in earnest whisper. Wadleigh, do appear in the said the Circuit saId
Court and demur answer
plead or
If she had only stated by what lawn, lake and forest spread before conversation. "Yes, Juanita; and each ,year, as bill on or before the first Monday in Decem-
train or at what hour she would ar- her, when suddenly a quick step was At once I knew all-I'was in the you have grown to womanhood, the ber next, A. D. 1885. otherwise the statements -
t rive, so that I.could have met her," he heard, and Clarence Kane entered the house of a band of robbers, and wellI tendrils of, my heart have clung more: averments and charges confessed in said and bill a
contained will betaken as
y 4 ,, murmured, in rather an ill-humored room, and approaching her, said softly : knew my fate. closely around you, until now, my' decree pro confesso entered therein in con
i tone, and,then, as the sound of car- J uanit.a, I am glad I find you While I looked the men started future without your love' must be a, formity to the rules regulating such causes.

; riage wheels on the pebbly drive brokeon alone, for I have something to tell forth, and I distinctly heard ,the dreary blank; but yet I fear it must July 8th, 1885.JOHN A. :EDWARDS::,

his ear, he started up suddenly, you." words : be so, for now that you know ,the Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co.,Fla.
Hit*., and walked quickly to the door, which Even in the moonlight the beautifulface "'' We'll',first finish the guide in the story of your life, I feel that you Fernandina, Fla.,.July 11, 1885.3m_
f .. was thrown wide' open by the, butler, was seen to flush quickly, and the stable.' will-"
r to, usher in a bright face, almost hidden dark eyes were raised toward her "Rising to my feet, I softly felt Love you tenfold more, my dear, In the Circuit Court,
as was the form, by warm wraps, guardian. around the room until I found the noble guardian, and never, never, FOURTH, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. NASSAU:
for the night was bleak and cold. Pointing to a seat beside her, Juan door I had observed, and after a few leave you COUNTY, FLORIDA.
w Juanita, you are indeed welcome !'* ita made no reply; and sitting down, efforts it japened and I discovered thatIt And with the passionate vehemenceof ELVIRA C HonsEY. EMILY!
i exclaimed Clarence Kane, checking Clarence Kane said quietly: led down a narrow passageway, her nature, Juanita sprang forward and CHARLES NOTES, ,
himself as he was about to enfold in "Juanita, to-day is the first time which following some distaece, I ,came and clung closely around the neck of vs. \\Li Chancery.
his arms the maiden, whom, in the the thought''of losing you ever came upon a window opening out upon a the man who had so well endeavored ELLEN S. WADLEIGH. JOHN I IH.WADLEIGH.andALOXZO I

'three years that had passed since he forcibly upon.me"- shed, which slanted off toward the to atone for the past. B. NOTES. jA
had last beheld her, had grown from "What mean you? Speak, I implore ground at the back of the'house.uHere "You will be my wife, then, Juan BILL HAVING BEEN FILED I> '
girlhood to womanhood. you?" cried the impassioned girl, : was a chance to escape; but ita?" asked Clarence 'Kane, after a the above entitled cause and process,,
> "Thank you, my dear guardian, I ,startled at his words. unwilling to leave my guide in danger pause. regularly issued therein and it appeann. ,
1 that two of the said defendants,
knew you would like a little sunshine "Do not be alarmed, little girl ; I without some effort to save him, I lita "Yes. Never have I known other Ellen E. S. Wadleigh i and John totd. '
this cold' winter weather,hence I have merely meant to say that Casper Hastings matchand,: glanced around me, andto love than that I felt for you ; and leigh reside beyond the limits of the."t te I
a come," laughed a musical voice be- and Col. Hughes have both asked the right discovered a door, whichI mingled with it, has been that I would of Florida, to wit., in one of : *

neath the wraps, and as if divining the 'me to-day to allow them to lay them- judged led into a room commandinga hold for mother, father, brother, all. States.It is therefore ordered that the said reason why he had not embraced her, selves, their hearts and fortunes at view of the stable-yard. "My poor, poor parents, sleeping dants, the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh ana:
the young girl quickly raised her your pretty feet;'* and Clarence spoke "The latch raised;: easily' and I entered in far-away Spain, I know, I feel that John II. Vadleigh, do appear in the iisner:saw

pouting, ripe lips for a kiss.I ,playfully. and lighting another- match, you would not blame ,your daughter, Circuit the said Court bill on and or before demur,the plead first or Mondayin
t will not assert that Clarence Kane I love neither of them and never what was my horror to, discover ,the and I pray that from Heaven you lookdown December next A. I). 133.>. otherwise the aiJ
had never, in his varied existence, shall. Hence I will not marry the forms of three men lying upon the and give us your: blessing, as. I statements,averments and charges in s
f f kissed a lovely woman before but be the other. But what did bill contained will be taken as cpnfeseu.!
one nor you floor; but believing them-to be asleep hope God will bless us too. and decree confesso entered therein
a pro :
that as it may, he appeared a perfect say? I was about to withdraw, when a Amen !I'" said, the stern and ''fer to the rules regulating swcanses. chconformitr'
:novice, on this occasion, as he was as "I said I would speak to you, upon voice said quickly: 'ven t'voice of Clarence Kane. i,
awkward'as a school-boy, for his face the subject." July 8th. U85.!
Great Heaven you here? And one short,month afterward'all JOIlS'A. E \"?ALDS.
5- 5 flushed painfully' ,and' then turned "You. are willing. to give, me "up, Instantly I turned the blaze upon Baltimore? _heard with surprise that the Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Co., *w-
-,.deathly' pale., ,then ? ,. "- .. ., ', the speaker, and with amazement handsome guardian and beautiful. Fernandina, Fla., July' 11, 1885.

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THE FLORIDA r-.MIRROR_ ..: JULY, 18. 1885.. '.

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THE'' RELIGIOUS GAUD-PLATER. RULES AND REGULATIONS f'm'ediate or prompt action is required shall New : Advertisements I" IT STA11DS'.11 TIlE HEAD L

,IX RELATION :TO report to the President of the Bui.rrJvhose
A private soldier, by the name of, QUARANTI'N'E.Adopted ': duty it shall be in every.such ;case reportedto l 'I! '
institute proceedings for the enforcement I <
Lee 'taken before the '
Richard was J 100
1885 .
of the law in such :case provided.SEC. ,.
by the Board of Health 'Nassau The Light-Running: : '
magistrates of Glasgow for laying for 17. The, Inspector shall personallyvisit "
cards during divine services. The account -* County, Fla.-, May Id,.1885, at the quarantine grounds. ;all vessels Rose Leaf, Fine Cat, w ,

of it thus in arriving at 'the harbor asi sooojas possible :
is given an English -. SECTION 1. During the' quarantine on. after such arrival and there'iiispect theme '
it shall be the of the lo conduct Navy Clippings "
journal: duty pilots and if found in good; L-sauitary con- "DOMESTIC !

A sergeant commanded the soldiersat to the'in the quarantine harbor of grounds Fernamlina all vessels, except ai riving the dition; and not otherwise/,restricted to and Snuffs P4 l .................................................. .............."' .......
quarantine by the rukstot tjpsJ3yard; } he li 7'
church and when the !
the parson lines of coastwise steamers, and bring to shall give a certificate of "inj-'pectioh:: and i
had read the he took his text. anchor, such quarantine grounds all such shulUnlly' J&S
prayers health, which identifythe '
: This cut shows the new style of wood work
vessels there
to remain for such time as the
Those who had a Bible tpok it out. vessel:: and certify to he' good sanitary ::1":
Port Physician shall designate, and the said condition. 'The certificate 'so shall that the company is i now introducing.
The soldier had neither Bible nor pilots shall immediately notify the Port, : given 9
be demanded taken ,bjr the HarborMaster 4TIKPO
common prayer-book, but pulling outa Physician, by flying the national ensign at of the Port from the"master of'anyvessel x4
he them before .the forenia t-ht'ad, of the. arrival of said receiving and the
pack of cards spread vessels; and the .said pilots shall hand the the same entering
him. He first looked at one card and of said harbor and by the Harbormaster deliveredto v:1TRY'T 1 _
master or person having charge vessel : :
the President of the Board of Health ;
then at another. The sergeant of thecompany'saw a copy of these rules and regulations.',
and no vessel shall be assigned to any berthor
SEC. 2. All vessels under the
him arid.said : quarantined allowed to approach any'wharf" or dockin
of these rules shall remain at said
provisions : the harbor of Fernandina, or receive 'or PA. YO.
Richard the cards this is
without communication with
put up ; quarantine 3XTODICKEY'S
discharge without.first- obtainingsuch
) no place for them," the shore, or- with any }person or persons" certificate.any cargo Provided that this'regula-

Never mind that," said Richard. whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsof tion with reference to certiticate of inspection EYE WATER
any description whatever, unless by special PAINLESS
shall not apply to coastwise steamers
When the service was over, the con= permission of the Port Physician ; and .,
plying between Brunswick, Savannah.Charlt.'ston ,
stable took Richard a prisoner and no person or persons', or boats or vessels, AT ONCE. Cures inflamed and
New York and Fernandina i unless RELIEVES few .
in hoars. GivesN01..A.L
shall visit hold communication with a
brought him before the mayor. or any specially ordered ,by the:.:Board. I 1'rice,2Scentsabottle. Ask for it.
"well said the "what any quarantined vessel, unless by 'special SEC. 18. It shall be the duty) of the :DICKEY & ANDERSON,Prop'rs, Bristol, Tenn.WANTEDIINTELLIGENT. .
mayor, authority from the Port Physician ; and if order
Quarantine Inspector to, vessels
have you brought the soldier here any quarantined vessel shajl hold communication into quarantine ,found! '\ip)I\: inspectionto Ambitions. Energetic.
with other quarantined vessel, our orders In his sec
9"or. any ;
t' be iii' and unsanitary condition -
House. References
then such \"ess'l'shall be quarantined for '!
to be thoroughly Cleansed: and Also In'
cards in the church. A L A RY
playing fifteen days additional, in addition to all disinfected. And vessels arriving different depa__ .ADV$4i).
all .
Well, soldier, what have you to other'fines or penalties imposed by these from ports south of 25' north latitude, and GAY liltOS., BOX 1.5S5.N. Y. $15 TO $ UI1H

for yourself?" regulations.SEC. vessel which at time within FIT.
any may any
On'ancI after the, each
:3. opening
sixty days next before her arrival have entered EY'WILL
Much sir I .
year of the National Quarantine Station at, cleared from. or taken on ballast or ,-
Very good ; if not I will punish (Sapelo Sound), all vessels from infected. cargo, or which may at the'time of arrival PLEASE YOU.
sickness board shall he directed THEMEN'S
ports having on
severely.I have on board any ballast or'cargo: taken on Artistically IJcautiiuI.
you by the pilot to proceed to said Na- '
at port or ports south of 2.)0 north latitude FINE SHOES
"I have been, said the soldier, tional Quarantine Station. any Without a Peer.
and vessel hailing' from
about six weeks on the march. I' 8J c. 4. Any vessel arriving at this port touched: at,any.entered, or taken on ballast or I "
bearing the certificate( of the National Quar- IX ITS-MECHANICAL CONSTnt'CTION:
neither Bible HAND-MADE: .
have nor common prayer- cargo, at any infected or suspected port
book I have nothing but a pack of antine Officer, must be brought to anchor at within sixty days before arrival ;,ancl any Qo" '. '
the quarantine station, and there remain vessel having sickness on board of.any ;\ GOODYEAR WELTS IT HAS NO RIVAL !

cards, and I hope to satisfy your wor- until released by the order of the Board of kind or having had any sickness or death ;% :MACHINE
The lines of attachment that
ship of the purity of my intention. Health on board within sixty days before arriving; new are
SEC. All such vessels describedin being with each Domestic"are
5. as are and vessel shall be released from h S dz. SEWED. now ; placed
no 0
the cards before the
Then spreading Section 3, arriving during the closure of or allowed to proceed to her destination i R1 t F specialties. Xo other machine has them
he with the said National shall a These attachments and the woodwork
mayor, began ace: Quarantine Station an- ,until after full report js made by the i cr new
\Vhen I see the ace it reminds me chor and remain at the Port Quarantine Inspector and Port Physician to the Board' make the Domestic"more than. ever.wiih-

Station under the personal supervision or of Health, and then only on the authorized put: question, i :
that there one God I direction of the Quarantine Officer. i 9 f -i

When I see the duce it reminds SEC. G. All vessels arriving at this port tary permit thereof.of the Boardsigned. by the Secre. The Acknowledged Standard of

me of Father and Son. with sickness on board, or having had the I MADE ET
SEC. 19. The shall
will at all of Inspector, interrogatethe Excellence.FOR .
When I the it remindsme same during voyage seasons I HATHAWAY, SOULE & HARRINSTON.
see tray the year, no matter from what port, either master of any and every'vessel arriving,
of Father, Son and Holy Ghost. American or foreign, anchor at the quarantine .. under oath touching all matters upon whichit ALWAYS REI IAnLE.
There goods are made in all the Lending:Styles
When I see the four it reminds station, and there remain until released is the duty of the Inspector and Port !and Hold Everywhere by first class dealers. We SALE BY-
by order of the Board of Health. Physician to be informed and if the masterof use first-class stuck and employ none but skilled
me of the four Evangelists that any vessel shall refuse to answer any workmen.As we hav .had more and longer experience -
SEC. 7. Vessels from south of 2.30
ports in Good yen\VHfs than any other manufacturers HENRY HOBEIN
preached-Matthew: Mark, Luke and north latitude will, during the entire year, : question or questions put to him by the In of MEN'S FIN E SHOES,!It acknowledged by ,
spector Port Physician or shall answer all that we take thp l.-ad. Ask your dealer for the
be to and all ballastat
John. required discharge any '
the quarantine station. evasively or untruthfully, or.if the Inspectorshall you are looking fora g.'od!.article at medium prlca ,
When I the five it reminds ;
see me SEC. 8. On and after May 1st and until have reason to suspect concealment

of the five wise! virgins that trimmed November 1st of each year, and longer if he may extend examination to the crew; i
their lamps. There were ten, but five the Board of Health so determine,all coastwise and it shall be his duty in ,such cases to Agent wanted in unoccupied territory. I
order the vessel into quarantine, there to Address .
vessels must anchor at the quarantine ,
were wise and five were foolish and _-
station. Vessels from non-infected or non- abide the order of the Board.
were shut out. suspected ports will not be detained longer SEC. 20. Every vessel shall be required, DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,

When I see the six it reminds me than necessary,for the quarantine officer to without exception, to discharge all ballastat RICHMOND, YA.
satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary the ballast grounds on Tiger Island during FOR, BUILDING OF ALL
that in six days the Lord made heaven
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
and earth. 21. The Board of Health for said
north latitude will have to comply with and Superintendence.
When I see the seven it reminds me Section 7, be fumigated at least twice, and county shall, and will in every case sustain JACOB KLARER'S.m ..
detained at least fifteen days.. the Inspector and Quarantine Physician to
God rested
that on the seventh, day SEC., 9. The 'coastwise steamers? ,shall be the utmost, in all lawful acts and endeavorS .
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from, the great 'work which he had allowed to conie'to 'their wharves and be 'on his'pi'rt toenforce the qn'arantine regulations < : ; .;'.

made, and hallowed it. there inspected by the Port Physician, unless of this port and the Inspector and .
otherwise ordered by him but no Physician of the Port is authorized to send .. ...,. .
"When I see the .eight it reminds per- '1
I son or freight or baggage shall be landed, .into quarantine any vessel upon refusal to
me of the eight righteous persons that I nor persons allowed to go on board until pay the fees prescribed by the port regulations ""e'

were saved when God destroyed the permission be given by the Port Physician ; on demand for any purpose whatever, FAMILY} GROCERIES !

world, viz.: Noah and his wife, his and if it be found by the Port Physicianthat there to remain until paid, and the masteror
t said steamers have any sickness or con person in command of any vessel:or any
three sons and their wives.t tagious disease on board, said steamers person refusing to recognize and respect the ,

1 Then I see the nine reminds shall be immediately ordered to the quarantine authority, or obey the order, of the Inspector I
or Physician acting within his authorityor
me of the nine lepers that were ground.SEC.
10. From May 1st to November 1st any person obstructing the performanceof
cleansed by our Savior. There were i of each year, no vessel from an infected or his duties, shall be dealt with according WHITNER & SCHUYlER

nine out of ten who never returned suspected latitude will be allowed to either to law.

thanks. lighter or bring cargo of fruit up to the city. SEC. 22. The Inspector and Physicianshall
SEC. 11. Pilots must in each case, before keep astrict account of all fees collected,
.When I see the ten it reminds me boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary and authorized to be collected pursuant to

of the ten commandments which God condition of vessels; in no case must they the regulations of the Board, and 'shall

handed down to Moses on the table of board if the vessel has sickness on board, or render to the Board a monthly statement of '
Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store;
stone. has had same during voyage; in such cases the same ; which reports, certificates, permits ,
they must either direct to Sapelo Quarantine and statements shall all}be filed among
"When I see the king it remindsme Station, lead the vessel in, or have their the records of the Board by' the Secretary,

of the Great King of Heaven, small boat hoisted alongside clear of the I thereof. I

which is God Almighty. water, and in this way pilot the vessel in. I Approved, and adopted by* the Board of. ]Nr0. 47 CE] TA.E: STFt.EET
SEC. 12. The Physician shall receive,from Health for Nassau County May 18, 1885. ,
"When I see the queen it remindsme every vessel visited \by him under the pro- J. D. PALMER, President.II. .

of the Queen of Sheba, who visit- visions of this' ordinance, a fee of five dol- J. BAKER Secretary.

lars for.foreign and three dollars for coastwise
ed Solomon, for she was as wise a -
vessels, and for each certificate of A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use:
woman as he was a man. She broughtwith health'issued by him under the provisionsof DURYEE

her fifty boys and fifty girls, all these regulations he shall receive a fee of V7ILLIAM B. C. ,

dressed in boy's apparel, for Solomonto two dollars, and for each and every vessel
fumigated lie shall receive fee of
tell which were boys and which dollars for the first fumigation a and for twenty each' COMMISSION MERCHANT,

were girls. The king sent for water and every subsequent fumigation a fee of -AND- FINE G TEA AND G HUE "
ten dollars, and vessel board GROCE'ME
for them to wash. The girls washedup any sickness of an any infectious or malignant on Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber,. ,

to their elbows and the boys to the character, shall pay the Port Physician, in ,

writs; so King Solomon told by that. addition to the above fees, the sum of eight BY THE CARGO,

"Well," said the mayor, "you have dollars per day for attendance, and a
reasonable charge for medicines. In no For Domestic Trade
described card in the or Export
every pack except case shall the Port Physician be entitled to .
one." any other: fees than those provided in theseregulations. Pure Spices, Canned Goods,

What is that?'' FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. I ._ .,' .
SEC. 13. Each and or each r : ''" .
every person '
The knave said the
mayor. and every vessel priother craft; who or' .\"
I will give your honor a description which shall be found guilty of any viola-,
of that, too, if you will not be tion of these regulations, or their provisions,, MACHINES
shall, upon conviction, be fined not more' Imported I MBSund aucesDr1od Fruits Ms
angry. than $1,000 or be imprisoned for not more ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES,
"I will not, said the mayor, "if than two years, or both, at the discretion of
you do not term me. to be the knave." the court. For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO

The SEC. 14. In case of the absence or sicknessof
knave I know of is
greatest the Port Physician, he shall have author -
the constable that brought me here.:' ity to appoint a deputy, which deputy shall. '

"I do not know," said the mayor, be a practicing physician. ATT A HM NT S of every description, and CRACKERS AND CANDIES : T''Y

if he is the greatest knave, but I SEC. 15. The Inspector and Physician of fi for for any sale.Sewing Machine, : -,.:):. ;;,_:-- <.1-j.-: >' ,. ,
said Port shall report at each regular meet-

know he is the greatest fool ing of the Board, all vessels arriving at the : .. .' ;:-i ":.;;,::::,.. .. :.:

When I count the number of cards harbor of Fernandina, destined for any portin .; Old Machines repaired at moderate : "';.;',l '
the of Nassau and the prices. .
in county report "
. a pack, I find fifty-two-the num- HENRY HOBEIN, ". ,
ber sanitary condition of every such vessel. Toilet Soap and Perfumery, ;:; ;,
of weeks in a Corner Third and Ash Streets,
year. The port or ports from which every such :
"T find there are twelve picture vessel cleared, or at which she may have S Fernandina Fla. Flour < "
Best Brands
cards in a pack representing the number touched within sixty days next before her Family :
arrival the character 'of lading of '' w.w .
; every C. C.. STRATTON'. & CO. Ay' "
of months in a year, and on vessel, whether arriving in cargo or 'ballast, Choice Butter and Cheese : : '< \ '
counting the tricks I find thirteen- and if in ballast the kind of ballast where .. : ":. .
the number of weeks' in a quarter. taken on and where discharged ; and further OF MACON, GEORGIA, i 'l .";f '

the mode method him in :_ .. : : -. : :
or by '
adopted ; : .
fr:). see, a pack of cards serves UIODE BRO'S; : ,\, ';)., : .. Hams Bacon Lar"l'et c.i\:
you raatter:of cleansing or disinfecting any vessel MADE THE ; :: ; ;. /' <: :; ;<:: ',;"v" .. ,
HAVE V.-.f.ie ... .x '
for a bible, almanac and ,common requiring purification or arriving froman Fla., the author- < It".f--;>;:'4'it ;. ". .: .,.-o..or"7''i:? ;;f '. '' -' ''" :

infected or suspected port, and the char- ized Agents to contract for the 'sale of their I ; J' ;. : .. '
II L .if : : : -
acter and quantity of material used or em- I : : < ; :.<. :: _<,., .:
ployed for such ; andshall report all BRICK IN ANY ... 'Fr
purpose QUANTITIES.Parties '
A :Rare Chance. :'< ;"f ;:-, ,',- c ..' :t:
: : : :
sickness of al1kind found on any vessel . ..,
.. ,
FOB SALE-The contents" of four furnished arriving,. the character of the disease, the wishing to 'will get all in- '; r .' .. CIG AES AND TOZBA.CCOdelivery. ; '. :" i ir
rooms, suitable for houscl Furniture number sick. etc. '
nearly new,and of the best cping.quality. and- Snc. 16. The Inspector shall further report formation as'regards priCtS from them. : < :

e-.;I1. Will be sold in part or whole, and to the Board without delay any and Samples be seen of at different the office qualities of and styles'can L'r\\ : :" ; ; fi* /

sit terms easy to purchaser. every violation or infraction of any of the I10DE' : : : ; ,', 7x
Address BRO'S, ; ,
T.'W.II.,this office,stating.where. rules or regulations of.said Doan relating ,
1 a r Ji--.illation' may be had. to quarantine ; and in -all cases where im- f 26 Fernandina. ;. .e? free Fresh Supplies. TV'cclcly/ ::. 'Rmar2S; : (.:: .
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: STANLEY'S DISCOVERIES IN AF State .Board of Education of Florida Traveler Guide
1.1 aid which enables .
THE b'LOJ MJKKOm already State _
l rDA : :
i, X 10.". of which the Governor shall be pres-
them to give free tuition to all who TRANSIT &: PENINSULAR
In the multiplicity of events whichare ident, and the 'State Superintendent \I1.RO\D..
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. apply. The trouble is not in the This Board shall have Day Passenger Train leaves
constanly attracting attention, secretary. For Cedar Key'and'Vihl wood.and

c t Subscription, 82 per year; six months, 81. want,of teachers, but in the want of and which seem to be treated by the power to remove, for cause and upon all points on Transit Road.......lO."oa m.
well known fact that notice to the incumbent subordinate ForSavannith and all points North
3.. Office corner Centre and First streets, ,second floor pupils. It is,a press with about equal attention, irrespective school officer and, shall any .have and West................................1025., nu
of ; *
., students do not. flock ,to (connecting Callahan.)
considerable Jb/> their actual importance regulate by law, the, managementand For Tallahassee,Penaacola.::; and all
I RATES OF ADVERTISING. these institutions there aPP occasionally the investment of all State school points un the Florida Central it

I: Ten cents a line for the first,and five cents for numbers, but that local academiesare ance, funds, and such supervision of Western Railroad................,...10"o.IU
each subsequent insertion. relation of events having a most (connecting Baldwin.) -
established all over the schools of the law
Special local notices, 15 cents a line. being important bearing upon the future higher 'grades as Day Passenger Train arrives
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. State. This being.the case, it is cer- shall provide. From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
t Special rate for time advertisements upon application the need of is destiny of, our race.- Such a rela- SEC. 4. The State School Fund, the all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 D m.
tain that a university '
i at the office.Communications. tion which should attract such interest of which shall be From Savannah and all points in
not now felt, and we do not believe exclusively the North,and West..............? 4.35 pall .m.
upon all matters of local interest supreme attention has been given 'to applied to the support and mainte- From Tallahassee. IVnsacola. and
solicited from all parts of the county and from that with any amount: .of income world the distin- nance of public free schools, shall be points on the Florida Central

iJE o along the lines of Florida railways. ,such a .university would have any the by Stanley, derived:from the following sources: & Western Railroad..............-4.35on: .
p' All communications Intended for publication guished African explorer. No event Night Passenger Train leaves
all lands that
is ,should be addressed' the Editor: all business considerable number of students, of modern days can with The proceeds of have For Wildwood........................... 6.OOp.N.
compare been hereafter be to
here elsewhere or may granted For Savannah and all points North
from the fact as
letters simply to THE FLORIDA :MIRROR. the discoveries of the last twenty the State by the United. States for and West........... .................... 5.30p.m.
that 1 but; a comparatively small frac- school (connecting, Callahan.)
in the dark continent. A public purposes.
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1885. years new
tion of youth go to college. The Donations to the State when ,the Night Passenger Train arrives
and unknown land has been openedup From Cedar Key Wildwood.
I A STATE UNIVERSITY active demands of business life pre- purpose is not specified.Appropriations all points on the Transit Road.. 8.50 a. .
to us, and a vast region occupiedby the State. From Savannah and all
fromlosing by points in
I The convention has before it several vent the more enterprising .......... .
;ir fifty millions of people,unletteredand The proceeds of escheated prop- the North and 1 West 8,*>fti'm.
propositions looking to additional as they deem, their time in From Pensacola.'fallaha>ssee,ami
uncivilized lias been connected forfeitures.
l erty or all points on Florida Central fe'

taxation for the benefit of a pursuing studies merely ornamentalor with the civilized world to be occupied Twenty-five per centum of ,the Western Railroad..................... 8.50 a.HJ.

a, t xr; ,. State University and the two State ; professional. We are not in favor by the dominant races of Eu- sales of public lands which are nowor FERNANDINA; JACKSONVILLE R. 1'.

r f 'Seminaries. While it is well enough of laying; a:direct tax upon the people and may hereafter be owned by the Train leaves daily, except Sunday

P or'a to universities or col- rope America. State. For Jacksonville........................ 7.00 a.
to keep the idea State UniversitY support Upon the maps of twenty years SEC.'5. The principal of the State For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p.nu m,
before the mind as a future requirement leges. School Fund shall remain sacred and Train arrives daily, except Sunday.
---- ago the blank unknown region of From Jacksonville.....................11.18 a. m.
. dp it seems to us premature OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. Central Africa was portrayed with inviolable.SEC. From Jacksonville.............,.....,,. 7.10p.m
and unwise to undertake the establishment of the of 6. A special tax of one (1) S1L1ulfl1OTLlll-
m One greatest problems the outlets of a few large rivers on mill the dollar of all taxable From Jacksonville .....................10._ :1111.
of such a university in ad- good government is how to contract the coasts with tolerable on property From Jacksonville! ..................... 8.40 p.m.
designated in the State, in addition to the For Jacksonville......................... c.50a.m.
vance of the educational requirements the expenditure of the common accuracy. Among these great rivers other 'means provided, shall be lev- For Jacksonville ........................ 5.15 p.!IU.

of the country. To fill its funds. As a rule, those who in private there was notably one which, like ied and apportioned annually for the MALLORY LINE.

S;. lm. halls with students we must depend life earn money control its .expenditure the Amazon, poured out an immense suppoit and maintenance of public For New York direct, by steam-

., on our own white population. In but it is not so in public free schools. ships State of Texas or City of
flood into the and.indi- San Antonio
'rt sea, SEC. 7. Provision shall be made ,Thursday evening 7.00 p.m.
.jw 1880 by the census returns we had matters. The who, have From New York direct by of
, / ., ,' men earn cated the ,extent of its course, and, by law for the distribution of-the in- San Antonio and State of City Texan ,

r 1:1 white population of 13G,(000.) It buf, little control over that portionof that it came' from no arid region or terest on the State School Fund and every Friday........................... 3.00 p.m.

is, quite evident to the reflecting their earnings they pay into the Sahara, but, well watered and elevated the special tax among the several CHARLESTON ife: FLORID srr.VMi.HIF LINE.

i mind that such a population, even treasury for taxes. The men who do : plains: d inland lakes. Stan- counties of the State in proportionto For Monticello Charleston,,every by steamship Wednesday.From City.

if increased to will not control the the number of children residing Charleston,
now 200,000, not earn or taxes by same steamer -
pay ley has now delineated to us a vast therein between the ages of six and every Sunday..... ............... p. m.
,. in the natural course of things, furnish use of public funds and are apt to
i country, of the extent and value o twenty-one years. ST. M\RYS RIVER.

N 'I,}. enough students who are de- be very generous with other peo which the civilized world had no SEC. 8. Each county shall be required For Steamer St. Martha and leaves Crandall Centre Tuesday street dock-
I Marys -
sirous of receiving a university education ple's money. It is easy for a member conception.The I to assess and collect annu-I and Friday...................... 3.00p.m.
to justify establishment. of of the convention, of the Legis- ally, for the support, of public free' For St. Marys and I>ungelH.'s on
river enters the Atlan-
Congo Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00p.m.
schools therein of less than
"t a tax not
uch an institution at present. lature a County Commissioner, or For St. :Mary's and King's Ferry
tic the southwest coast of Africa
on (3) mills nor more than five (5) mills and .. ...
It is not to endow additional objects Monday Thursday. ,... 8.00 a.m.
; Alderman to ,vote for various
money an
$S its general course from. its mouth to on the dollar of all taxable property Steamer Martha arrives

, a professorships that is wanted which they want accomplished, its source being easterly. Its entire in the same. From St. Marys and Crandall on

'' much tolie of their SEC. 9. The School Fund Monday and Thursday............. 7.00a.m.
so as young men on the basis simply own length is about 3,000 miles. From County From St. Marys and :Dungenes,

,, ,* taught the higher branches of views, as though they owned the its mouth to Yivi distance of 110 shall consist, in addition to the tax on Wednesday Saturday.._ 9.00a.m.
a provided for.in Section 8 of this Ar- From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
knowledge.. It is not only the casein money instead of being mere trus- miles it is navigable; from Vivi to ticle, of the proportion of the inter- Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.m.

' Florida, but in all our Southern tees. Office is a public: trust, how Isanglia, fifty miles, it is unnavigable est of the State School ,Fund and of

States, and in many of the Northern few realize it and how very few'act ; then for eighty-five miles it is the one mill State tax apportionedto To Rent.

States that the number of those the all fines collected One room on the tipper floor of thehoaseon
under -
it. : county;
upon again riavigauie to Mauygaya, and northwest-c.'rlier) of Centre mid Seventh
E who enter college form but a small the penal laws of the State within streets. Inquire on the premises.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.If from there it is navigable for up- the county; all capitation taxes collected -
fraction of those who
pass throughthe the convention will considerthe wards of 1,000 miles., Beyond this within the county, and shall Refrigerators at :Fred W. Hoyt &; Co.'s

common schools; and, even with be disbursed the Boardof :Furniture Store, Centre Street.
simple plan of having County point there are several falls impeding by 'County

i t1 this limited number, we find the Commissioners elected in each civil navigation, with long stretches of Public Instruction solely for the A Rare Chance. /

' professions overcrowded, and the maintenance and support of public FOR SALE-The contents of four furnished
district they would arrive at a solu- navigable water. The Congo basin
number of college graduates who free schools. rooms, suitable for housekeeping: Furniture -
tion both easy and practical of the contains an area of. one million, and SEC. 10. The Legislature may pro- nearly new,and of the best quality and
t search in vain for is Will be sold in whole and
employment design. part or ,
' question of the due control of county a half square miles-more than, vide, upon the application of the on terms easy to purchaser.

? increasing. A good academy is bet- affairs. It could not be otherwise equal to the whole United States County Commissioners of any county Address T.W.H.,this office,stating wherea

ter than a poor college. It would ,for the subdivision,of such county consultation may be had.
than that a portion of every county east of the Mississippi. It includesa
r be better for the State to appropriate \ into convenient school districts, for
board would consist of men of char- population of fifty million of 'people the election biennially of three school List of LettersRemaining
a certain amount annually to in the Post-Office at Fernan-
acter, property and intelligence, un- 7,000 miles of navigable waters. trustees, who shall hold their office
k:4i-: who dina, Nassau count, Florida, July ,
support deserving men
young der whose affairs for two and who shall have,
guidance county For an estimated cost of about five years supervision 1885. Persons calling for these letters must
Is: + examinations in the State Seminaries
IsJH pass: would be well administered. If millions of dollars the ,whole of the of all the schools within. say advertised :
in college or university the district and for the levying and
any ; McDowell, Nellie C
these Commissioners were requiredto vast and valuable. country can be Bryant Berry
they may choose to attend, than to collection of a district school tax, for Branum, Josephine Marson, Andrew
be freeholders, the same as the accessible to railway and steamer the exclusive use of public free schools Baker, Lucy King, S A
attempt to build, equip and endowa Cook, Mary Ley, J B Bail
usual of Grand Jurors
requirement traffic. Doubtless within a quarterof within the district, whenever a ma- Bell
for Cohen), rat aughtn-y
kt university it''would be an additional guaranty. a century this vast country will jority of the qualified electors thereof, 'Didley Emma Pnrdy, R L
tion of a comparatively few favored real Dunkins, S"W Parker, Peter B
who a tax on or personal
the committee and the and pay
Why conven- be occupied.. by Europeans
Ralimere. Bcty
: Drummond, W C
who be found shall cast their ballots in
l can prepared tion stick with such tenacity to the towns and cities will be established property, Foster, Peter Stewart,J L
i for such a range of higher studies as favor of such levy: Provided, That Henderson. C C Stewart, Abraham
: it:is the five Commissioner plan surpassesour ,along the banks of the Congo, and any tax ,authorized by this section Hines,'Mrs A J Smith, II31
presumed of a'un
purpose comprehension.: it will become better known than shall not, exceed three (3) mills on Hollont, Emma J Smith, Benj
Jenkins, Marshall Thomas,
M vereity to teach. It is a -
I comparatively ELECTING JUDGES. was the country between the Pacific the dollar in any one year on the Janes, Johney Wickson, Grace
T modern idea that a whole people taxable property of the district. Johnson, Hardie Walters, John
d. There is much that is excel- and the Mississippi twenty-five
Jenkins, :Mrs. Lewis Winton, James
1; r are to be taxed to give advantages SEC. 11. Any incorporated townor II
lent in both of the from the ago..Jts trade and produc- Johnson.Hardie Wright
reports years constitute school dis
city a Wood Richard
& which, from the nature of may Maye, Missa ,
Judiciary Committee, but we preferthe tions,. stimulated'by the addition of trict. The fund raised by Section 10 McNeill, Burl Whitney, Eugene
things, can be enjoyed by a very Walker Sam Walters, John G
be :in the district ,
limited appointment plan to that of a colonists from civilized nations, will may expended P.31..w.K..BAUKNIGiIT .
number.' S. T. RIDDELl", _
popular election for reasons we have be largely increased, and the tropical where levied in building or repairing .
The tax levied for the common school .houses, in the purchase of .
fes already stated. The argument that products-coffee, sugar, oil and fruits : : ,
school system is justified the school,,libraries and text-books, for

4't ground that the State owes it upon.to itself the gratitude of a judge would be -will be largely cultivated, and in salaries of teachers, or for other edu- AGENT,

as much evidenced toward, a Gov- the progress of time a new and cational'purposes, so that the distribution WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
j Ii see that the mass of the people AND STOCK DEALER

j' are able to read and understand the ernor, with whom his official posi- ''powerful empire may spring' up as district,among be all ,the. schools of the BUTCHER ANDDealer

tion can never bring him in relation the controlling political power of equitable. in Ice
laws made for their government. SEC. 12. White and colored children TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM
1 as to the circuit with its 8,000 or Africa. shall be in the
such not
no reason exists for the taught same STREET WHARF

1 support'Qf colleges and universities 10,000 ,.oters7 is far-fetched and of EDUCATION.The school, but impartial provision shall I-tf FERX.A. DIXA. FLA.

= to enable a lew men to -, no analogy. An election by general following is the report of the be made for both. -
young prepare
SEC. 13. No. law shall be enacted McGIFFlX,
ticket would State nominating JAMES
require a
themselves ,at the public exp3nse Committee on Education, as adoptedby authorizing the diversion or the lend-

: for professional life. There is convention, and bring in the ,the Constitutional Convention: ing of any county or district school CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. .1

for caucus machinery, etc. In ,case of SECTION 1. The Legislature shall funds the of
no more reason doing this than or; appropriation any Alachua Street between Second and Third
for opening schools for making accomplished the resignation or death of a Judgea provide for a uniform system of Pub- part of the permanent or available

State election would be expensiveand lic Free Schools, and shall providefor school fund to any other than school }FERNANDINA FLA.
: lawyers, doctors, musicians Orders and estimates from a distance cure-
the liberal maintenance of the
We the purposes; nor shall the same, or any J5-tf
singers, etc. If the State 'fur- unsatisfactory. hope same. part thereof, be appropriated to or fully attended to., -

nishes the basis of an education the sober second thought of the convention SEC. 2., There shall be a Superin- used for the support of any sectarian NOTICE OF ,,REMOVAL-

-; superstructure should be furnished will favor the appointment of ,tendent of Public Instruction, whose school. -

31 at Judges by the Executive, under the duties shall be prescribed by law,and! R. G. McQUITTY:
the cost of those who are to profit Notice for Final ,Discharge. _
whose term of office shall be four
advice and consent of the Senate. TAILOR
by it. The people if they under- SIXIONTHS
years, and until the election and this notice I will presentto
stand the proposition, will not support SECRETARY WHITNEY has receiveda qualification of his successor. the lIon. H.L Baker, Judge of Probate Has removed his business to the rooms street.overeddaugh's

a system which makes a privileged letter from John Roach, saying ,SEC. 3.. The Governor,Secretary of for vouchers,Nassau as county executor; my final of the accounts estate and of :He\[ has received grocery an assortment,store, on Centre of seasonable

class, either in public office, that he desires a full interchange of State, Attorney-General,State Treasurer WILLIAM MARSON, deceased, and ask for, a goods for gentlemen's wear all and tastes is preparedto in the I
make them to
and State Superintendent of final up
or) elsewhere. : views with the Secretary concerning :Public Instruction shall constitute a 'I t discharge.JOHN A. ELLERMANN. .best style. .

Our three State ,institutions. have,. the present status of the Dolphin case. body corporate, to be known as the c' Executor. '.I .,tea-Repairing, FIa.July neatly.done.Fernandina 12, 1834.: j
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR: JULY, ": ,, 18, 1885.. .


J & T= K-Y-OO \, L > ; : 'f:<;., .,, :. DRUGS, MEDICINES, ,ETC.

\ Yeisi : ESTABLISHED 187 >..


NEW( e SPRING a GOODS\iI\\ 1\11 U I ) ;r...;.: .::.-V<- :-,,*{..'* .::. ;:'. :. "" .",1-" ",... .' .. tr... ,. '..,,i '. DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSE

//11 u ...., ...1 SELLING' OUTAs .
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nearly all my competitors'are'now selling their goods at man
LESS ufacturers', prices. it is my intention to dispose of my entire stock

-A LARGE LINE OF- of Spring and Summer Goods



Nainsooks, Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns, in order to ,make room for my Fall and Winter Stock! which. I Centre Street.FERNANDINA ,

Linon de Deccas, etc. intend shall surpass unything'ever before brought to this city. My FLORIDA,

stock comprises part Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing,.Boots constantly on hand a fine assort-
and Shoes, Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold of FRESH and .PURE FOR-

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AT:; SHERIFF'S SALE Drugs and Chemicals

r' ... Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines,

and White ; SPECIAL but,are offered'at lower figures than can be secured at any auction '
Laces Embroideries Hamburg Edgings---BARGAINS,in these Goods. ., Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
sale. They are from the best known manufacturing and importing

A FINE LINE OF NEW CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTH ANDSl'IU'G houses in the country, and are worth double the price I am asking FINE TOILET ARTICLES,


DOMESTIC GOODS Linen Sheetings: Towels and I L HOSIERY AND GLOVES, ] .Physicians' Prescriptions
DOMESTIC GOODS I| Towclings, at Wholesale:; Prices. \ UNDERSHIRTS. DRAWERS', carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
at low prices.3J* FANCY MATTINGS at Special Bargains. A large stock of Ladies however, to make room for the large shipments I am constantly reasonable prices.
Misses' BOOTS AND SHOES at less than regular prices.J5& : .
tfcuts' and receiving by.,New York Steamers., I would say to thosewho.are in ._,._*yi "1
5 -
-Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars andover n'J; :; :;00 r"
need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line, to give me a call -'4.=- -
sent FREIGHT PIlEP \lD.tJ' "' r-= s
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dSb "HE1Northeast: : :s;. :II: :?, .-,>; :
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corner Centre and 'Third Sts., WITHIN THIRTY DAYS, ; |: |s ;::::; ::: | 0

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.i- NEW YORK OFFICE S3 Walker Sf, }} FERNANDINA', FLA. ..: .. j .' I' ; I.--"J.....B-:;:. 1-5 I'JJ :,: .P; "-* r I' fa7
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and I feel sure they will be satisfied that I am selling better goods, ,:::,o-:;. r' -1tj<<'. ".

RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. 'for less nionejr.' than'ever before offered in Fernandina.IFATJXj ;p; ST.3. O::"
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3TLOHIDA AND NEW raft"0., I'JJIJ:; ;-:: :::'

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ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. if ; Streets to the Florida Improvement Company

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of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
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ONE *f>'. -.' .,' ,_,,....,, provement Company a corporation
THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville ::,...,,.l J "'t, .Il. ...-> ''''': '' -: <.t. 1 ....l"'i, : organized under the laws of this State,with ;
Cedar Key and Peninsular Railroad. .. :," '" ::" 'i!::.>,/;' ,;: J1-1.7": ::; :;. '<:;) -Z ;, ':,' ?'::{ power.to construct railroads and make

This Line, having no Transfers between Ferimmliiia and NewFork .' ..-VI:' ,):!'t ffHt1b. '" .,.." .:. ,J:8t.wI'_' ..,< ... ,1\'jf7f:i, .,.r.( :!j"J1.......- ;.:',<:!i'.:'':, :'."',,.c":-';.' ,.., ..:''.:,.r',/:,-..'!';....".:.,:,:,..'. other important improvements on Amelia 1
offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF jj/o '(. 1J\.l. f "'...f*,"'":- .,::4JtJ'.t-f'Jol 1 "t.:'If': 1:''. ";",'So"" 'J'" t" ,- .,. J Island, having petitioned for privilege to 1
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ., .. ,.S :. 'f.'r".;",%tk'" -:'S'i:' 1 ,.i.I:. .< :;' .. .'. "'', .. '3 I .. construct railroads on certain streets within
The traveling public are offered, the advantages a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED : ".It-'.' ." ( ,1 : '- the limits of the city of Fernandina, and it
ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE; making close '.I, ." ... being evident that the construction and
connections at FERNANWINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL- :0 0 :, operating of this railroad will materially ;

ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. benefit the city
ILATLROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the Behold This Big Space cil of the City of Fernandina that the rightof
PENINSULAR: RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor way for a single track, standard gauge,
LAKE WEIR steam railroad is hereby granted to the
.' MODE BRO'S have sold their stock down Florida
Improvement Company through
-' certain streets and points and under con-
so low that they were compelled to send -
For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to s ditions hereinafter named.
their Mr. I. A. MODE to visit the Northernand
R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, .- ((1st.) Right of way i is granted from the
Eastern markets, to select for their already .' ,. intersection of Centre and First streets
H. MALLORY & CO., well-establisbed trade AN ENTIRE (with privilege of extending northward to
Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- '. .. NEW Spring stock in every department, Calhoun street) southward through First
street to Beech street, thence eastward to
o which they'will ,enumerate in the next '
the eastern limits of the city, thereby enabling -

GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY ETC. i issue. Taking advantage of the lateness of ... said named company to continue
the season, and the very,low prices at which from said point in the construction of a rail-
road to Amelia beach.
manufacturers are closing out their Spring .+..". ((2d.) The road on either of the streets
H. E. DOTTEHER '. arid Summer Goods,they will be enabled in shall be constructed through the centre of

'. .' ,. ':'this'! instance to bring to this market the .:' the same. No excavations or embankmentsto

INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT 'OF" ", largest and cheapest stock of Goods ever be made which will in any manner obstruct -
: ,- or interfere with the safe passage of
brought to .Florida. Examine their low" .'. persons and vehicles at all times either at
prices before buying. the junction of streets or along the line of
r'r'F N GROCERIES :MODE BSiO'S the railway in any part thereof.
{ FAMILY } : '..' ((3d.) Said company to construct and

; _""," ,, Leaders of Low Prices. maintain suitable street crossings and
I r ,_ '.' drains, wherever they deemed neces-
0 may
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>rj sary by the City Council. The roadbed to

:...' be on a level with the streets, and where,
EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF owing to some depression or elevation, any

.. ;;-j 2 ; ii\1 :,. r]; ;t ; unevenness this said may road occur the in company the constructionof so having

FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .'. ;0:: 1i. j,.. ;. right of way, shall, at their own' expense.
. .. ,.., .. ..,. .. and without the level off and
.\ ''1-1..\. SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS \ i" > f i ;i !'; i : t tJ''f ":: ,'. ':;:; ,; ? : ?/:" =::':;" (. ; establish an even surface along the entire
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PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. ... ': -Jl'; ; i ;;1' ;i ; : t:1: ', ,; hourand in
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ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF ',' i .i" : : "'' --: : ring their bells and, furthermore, it is
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fEINE. TEAS AND COFFEES ft. f- .' .:.( ; f ti i Jf. S, /; ; : : > : :: : ', .' '!{ t t t'i; .: ;. of mit the to such city as further from time regulations to time! on may the be part essential -

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THE BEST GOODS, OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. u : ; ; ? ) : nance of good order.
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; i Passed 20.1885.
.' ; ; .: : ;- G. F.May AVERY,President of Council.

NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. ,/ fe*!, Attest: ; -" ,: ':.
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;{. ;"h & GEO. E. WOLFF, City Clerk.Approved ,'j'i-:
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CQr. Second and Centre Sts., '. ; '.'.'',' FERXANDItf. ,. FIA,. .. W II. POPE. Mayor. ". .I,

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THE FLUiuDA -]).MIRROR- :,r' .JULY.; :18, .i8, S5.
GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Collector of Ret'emle-Thos P. Shulen;

Collector of .Revenue Bunberry Haynes,, Superi1tte'1ldrnlofSchoolDrr.H.Jackson.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
i United States Officers. Santa Fe.Superintendent. MADISON COUNTY.
t 'Schools L. B. Rhodes
s LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Starke. of : County Judge R.L-M. Witherspopn, Madi-

Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. .son. ... s = xv s&Szx-Z:1.-:& 'Siii aiP7rrcTr" is
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Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Sheri-S.. 'A.'Parrimore, Madison.
jl : SurveyorGeneral.DISTRICT- Judge-James A. McCrory, City Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison

1 Point. Superintendent Schools-Samuel J. Perry,
Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville: ,Madison. -
Settle Jacksonville. \
JudgThomas Sheriff:-John H. Laws, City Point. = '" =.
Jars/wl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Treasurer -S. S. Smith,'Madison.Collector <
Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig.'Brevard ; = *&
Ret'e7ltteB. D. Wadsworth
: Clerk-Philip"Walter, Jacksonville. of ,
' County.Superintendent Madison. .., = : -- -
INTERNAL REVENUE. of ScJiools-31. E. English, MANATEE\-t COUNTY.
Collector-S. C. Thompson, J CksonvilJe.COLLECTor. Titusville. '
: County Judge-Z'T. Crawford, Manatee. _
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee.
i John W. Howell, Fernandina. County Judge-William Clark.
Sheritf-A. S. Watson Pine Level. ,
Edwin Higgins; Jacksonville. Clerk-James S. Fannin. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton ; -
"F.-E. Witsell, St. Augustine. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Popash. .

Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Superintendent of tfcAook-:Felix J.Seward -
', '!I State OHIcers. Collector of Revenue-Joel Atkins. Pine Level. % : S '

Superintendent of Schools,y. G. Coxwell. MARION COU'Y.County S

4, '. if EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. CLAY COUNT Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocaia.

GOL'crnor-Ed'ard A. Perry,Tallahassee. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
, County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange A. B. Crutchneld Ocala.
. Lieutcnaht Gozc1'1loriltOIl, H. Mabry, Sheriff- ,.
a I 1 LecsbuJ";. Park., Cullecor of RC7.'C'we'r./ F. Trantham, j
1 I! Secretary' of Stale-John' L. Crawford, Tal- Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Ocala.

lahassee. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of- Schools-M. L. Paine,.

j; Comptroller-W..D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort McCoy.
'Irertsurer-E. S. Crill. Collector of Revenue-A.. S Chalker. :MONROE: COUNTY.
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis
Attorncy-Generalr-C. M. Cooper, Tallhaas- Middleburg. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron Key West.

see. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.
; Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt-Key West. sourNPua.co.I ,_ -

Superintendent 'of Public Instruction. J. County Judge-'\". M. Ives,Jr., Lake City, Collector of Revenue-Mason. ..S. Moreno. ,
Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake --
Russell, Jacksonville. City. Key West. .
R AdjutantGen.eralDa'ulI.lang.SUPRE S1i riff-J.." Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of SdlQ l8V. ..Harris,Key
m COURT.Clti.ef Collector of Tuxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. West. A 0 .Be N@YE@,
Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPdtsdamer,
Justice-Geo. G. Me\\ porter. '
k4 Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- Lake City DADS.CountyJudgeAllen dina.County Judge' -Hinton J. Baker. Fernan- DEALER IN

; a liassee. $
'. ,a Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, E. Ileyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES
Jacksonville. Clerk-1\ W. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellerrnann, Fernandina. ,

Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. S/lCrijf-'Ym. )Mattaur.. Assessor of Tares'-" ll1. II. Garland,'J.'er-
Hay and: Grain Ship Stores
Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. ,
CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector of Ret'emte-'Vm. II. Benest.' Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer-
First Circuit E. Maxwell Pen-
'-Augustus nandina. ;
Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
Second Circuit-David S. Walker,T\llahassee. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack botham Callahan.

a+ t .sonville. County Treasurce Gusta.v Stark, Fernan- CROCKERY, HARDVAREVII.lLOVYARR

!f. Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Clerk Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. dina. u ___'_ __ ___ _
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Sheriff,( Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ORANGE COUNTY.
ville. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Low
I' County .Tlllge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. Prices as the Lowest.
.son vilJe.
Gainesvile. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando.
Collector of Revenue Moses' J, Brown, Collector of Rct'C'lluF. T. Hardma'n, Or- ic. E.corner; : Centre and Second Sis, Fcruamliiia, Fla.
; Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. .Jacksonville. '' -I
t lando. -
ttsr Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster Sanford. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- / .--
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Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, I ,
r sell Jacksonville. I; I I J ,
k Fort Reid. ; f
} C. urt Calendar. ESCAMBIA. S1lu'eyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando.

FIRST CIRCUIT. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. Treasurer-C. W:-Jacobs, Wilcox. '

tall Term- Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. P LK.

;. Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Sheriff=W. II. Hutchinson. County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
I Walton, 4th Monday in October. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Clerk-S. J. Pearce, 'SP'R.J:: : I E] I JIT 3'Gr
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday I Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Sheriff-W.M. Bo wen.
Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. -AT-
in October. Treasurer;. F. Beville. .
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday FRANKLIN. Collector of Ret'enue-J. D. Filles.

' in October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-I'. R. McCrary. W. J LOHMAN'S..

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

'i l October. Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. Judge of Probate B. Harrison, Palatka.
Escambia. in December.
Monday Treasurer-It. H. Porter.
Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palafka.
This amended section 2 of act of February Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. I HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY NEW AND SPACIOUS?STORE,
10 1879 and does not change the I
Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks.
Spring Term. : Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. coOF:: SIXTH: AND:: ASH STE.EE'J'S.:
THIRD CIRCUIT. GADSDEN. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.

Spring Term- Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Strickland. A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Henrv S. Reeves. TAYLOR COUNTY.
( April.Madison. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
2d Monday in April. Treasurer. M. Smith. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS

Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Rez.'enue-R.\1. Morgan. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. ,
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schooh-C. E. L. Allison. I Superintendent of Sc/IOols-T. J. Faulkner.

" t. ''"Columbia! 3d 3Ionday0 after,-.4tli Monday County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. County Treasurer D. S. SuttonPerry.I I
in"April. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County SU7'1.'C/or-D. N. Cox, Perry. COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACINGALL
''fc Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. THENOVELTIES

1'ys ira in April. Collector of Revenue W. H. H. :McLeod. SANTA ROSA. .
Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain. AND SPECIALTIES i
1 October.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in of Schools-J. W. Reed, Clerk-R. It. Shepard.

Madison, Monday in October. Jasper. Treasurer Robert Robinson. FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE.
Y HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Rf."lenue-'V. J. Williams.
Hamilton 4th in October.
w. Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County .Tudge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. 1 Yy PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND'YOUR VALUED
Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. JOHNS
in October. COUNTY.:
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus'
r October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E. King, Lecanto. tine. 1"'. j. i.oiraix, <'"Ol.. Sixth uul Ash Sts.
i Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday\ Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- Clerk Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. \
t t. in October. xille. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
FOURTH CIRCUIT Superintendent of Sc/woZs-W. C. Zimmerman Collector of RC'l.enue-Joseph F. Llambias,
Sg Spring Term- Floral City. St. Augustine.

'' St. :John's, 2d Tuesday in March. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Peter: Arnau, -- .

' Clay, 4th Tuesday in .March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. THE CELEBRATED
Bradford, Tuesday in April. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

k Daker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. I>. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J. R. Steele Leesbtirg,
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin.H01MES. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. WOOTON DESK
" Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Sheriff J. S. Dyches.Leesburg.Collector .
j Term- County Judge-A. H. Brownell. of RC'l.'e1lue""Joseph" Hutchinson,
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Sumterville.
Clerk T. 11. Pitman.
4th Tuesday in September. Superintendent oj Sc/wol-A. II. Helven-
.y 1 Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. ston, Sumterville.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. SUWANEE COUNTY. is
Duval,, 1st Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. County Judge M. M., Blackburn, Live EVERYBODY DELIGHTED

Spring' Term FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George JACKSON.F. Baltzell. Oak.Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. WITH THEM.Xo. .

Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Frank! Philips. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions,

" ; Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Treasurer-James E. Heam. Wei born.
' Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
"March. Collector of Ret'cnue-John B. Anderson. S Flat Top.
1 i Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. Live Oak. Why use Desks of ordinary

t March. JEFFERSON. VOLUSIA COUNTY. -- construction when for sligbt-
Alachua 4th Tuesday after 4th County Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter-
in April. ,' Tuesday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. additional cost you can have

fall Term- Shcrtf-T.{/ B. Simkins, Monticello.: Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. the benefit of our improve-
Sumter Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise. and
1st Tuesday in October. ,, ments? Awkward closets
Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello.Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove.Collector of Ret'C'lme-P. N. Bryan, Glen m ? side drawers done away with
Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November. "
i. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools.:-L. D. Huston, e a ul q'' \V'substitute revolving cases

Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. Enterprise. which swing with a slight
t in November. Collector of RC'/enue-J. 'H. Tu ker,1\Ion-: WAKULLA COUNTY.. dC "i s touch of the hand. and aret'1
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville.Sheriff thus enabled to furnish double
', Spring Term COUNTY. Charles Alligood Crawfordville. .t 4hr f : t
' Orange, 4th Monday in January. County! Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.- b 4s; ?'',y tJ I """ =- the space generally given on

" Volusia, 3 _,,, [ "' ._-
Clerk Neal
A. '
.r"l Brevard McAlpin New -
1! Monday in March. Troy. ---r = open, the whole interior is

1'\1,, laU Dade Term-, 3d Monday in April. Troy.Superintendent of Schools ,J.C.RamseyNew fordville.County Treasurer-W. W. Walker., Craw ---, -"'- .30 '. flooded, with. light and all

,\1 ; Orange, 2d Monday in August. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Collector of Ret'cnue-U.McMillan\ ,Craw- Xo. 11, Low Down Roll Top., portions readily reached with

t3r.i Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Troy. fordville. i out change of position. A variety of rotary'cases: arejofiercd for selection, and applied tu-

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

; Officers.ALACIIUA. New Troy. Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. 4L THE VTOOTON
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; LEON COUNTY. Treasurer-James S. Bowers.
County Jud.qe-"tm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rct'enueYo B. McLeod.; .
; County Judge, -Junius C. Gardner, Gaines-. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Office Secretary
ill ville. ,
Clerk-C, A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON.: -- "
, Clerk-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. ,
Superintendent rG
Sc/lOols-Henry N.Felkel,
County Judge Wm. B. Jones.
Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Tallahassee. '

4 ville.ColJ.ectoroj Rer.'enue-H.C., Denton. Gaines- Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Sheriff-E Clerk-J. E.; P.Skipper.Melvin. 1!n, lk The:>iost spncious' and elegant desk ever prr-

Superintendent of ScJiooh-'W. N. Sheats, Collector. of Rcz.'enue-C.. C. Pearce, Tallahassee Trea.mrer-Thomas Collector J. Miller.\ sented to the business public. .One hundred and

Gainesville. LEVY COUNTY.Clerk of Ret'cmlc-John Roche. ten compartments, as shown in cut all uiitieronejlock
Superintendent ofScJiools-T). II..Horn.
BAKER c)LINTY. -J. M. Barco, Bronson. s ., and'key. Especially; .adapted for )fer-
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County Jll.dge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. t "i j } chants Manufacturers: Bankers, Railroad Officials -
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Rctenue-n.. Barco Cedar Dissolution ,of Copartnership.HpHE Q
Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Key. r and Professional Men generally.:;

Collector of lJet'enue-J. R. Herndon, San Superintendent of Sc1i.onls-J.. B. Menden- partnership heretofore existing between -' "
derson. hall, Bronson JL the late Charles Angel his heirs r
Superintendent of ScloOl8-Jas. D. Chalker and Emil 0. Friend, under the firm name
Sanderson. K- of Angel & Friend, has been dissolved by Wootoii Cabinet Qflice Hccrctar,'. ADDRESS; :
County Judge-)I. J. Solomons. mutual
consent. The undersigned will
BRADFORD COUNTY; Clerk W. W. Jeter. :, ,'. con-
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tinue WOOTON
; the business, collect all bills and pay DESK MANUFACTURING
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Sheriff( .11. F. Hosford. .- all ,
debts. EMIL O. .FRIEND. .". ,
Clerk-Henry F. York, ,Lake providence"J '.: 7'caILTer-J. E. Roberts. Fernandina : :, '. ,.,-'.',"f,,'..
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ATMNIZB B ROME MABurA I ? C Tm II S I and Nashville Railroad for New
.",. CARD: CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Orleans and Texas points and the West and
"'., ., TIME OF THE (JACKSONVILLE. CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Northwest. At Savannah with Central
Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
FLORIDA RAILWAY & NVIGATIOX'COMPASY. WESTWARD.No.. 1. No.''3. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-

Day Pass. Night Pass. way for all points North, with steamships
.. 1 In Effect June .16, 1885. Leave Jacksonville...... .30a m 3.55pm for New York, Boston and Baltimore. At

Arrive Baldwin............ 8.11 a m 4.39 p m Charleston with steamships for New York.
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Leave Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43pm Philadelphia and Baltimore,
(FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) Lake City........... 9.47 a m 6.40 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail

(Central, or'Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Live Oak............10.31 a m 7.43 p m and Steamship connections, and Baggage
Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.15 pin Checked through. ,Also Sleeping Car berths
WILLIAMS & SWAM GOING SOUTH.. :Monticello........12.40 pill and sections secured at Company's office in
FLORID [ f MIRRORS Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27pm Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at De-

A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee......_ 2.32 p'm 12.00 n't pot Ticket Office and on board People'm
SUCCESSORS OF THE Leave Fernandina.................10.25 5.45 "* Quincy .............. 3.34pm 1.22am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHWC.
Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.50 6.25 Arrive Chatta.River..... 4.50 pill and JENNIE LANE.
Arrive Callahan..11.42 7.25 JAS. L TAYLOR.

I Florida Land & Immigration Co., Leave Callahan.....................11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No.. No. 4. General Passenger Agent.R. .
P.M. G. FLEMING, Superintendent.
Offer on easy terms, or for cash, Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 8.25 River.10.45 Day Pass. Night Pass.LeaveChatt'chee .
Leave Branch............12.38 8.43 a m
Brandy Quincy _............1,_).20 pm _9.07'am Florida Southern Railway Co.
Arrive Baldwin...................12.55 9.10
Arrive Tallahassee...... 1.27
Leave Baldwin....................... 1.00 9.50 p'm 3.36pm
Leave Tallahassee ...... 1.34 3.48 ORANGE
37'5,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville.................... 1.32 10.18 pill p m BELT ROUTE.
Leave Highland..................... 1.50 10.36 2.30pm -
Madison ............ .
Leave Lawtey......................... 2.04 10.55 4.15pm 6.36pm GOING SOUTH.
Live i Oak...._...... 5.39 8.33
TOOK BINDERY Hammock and Pine Lands, on Leave Temple's.... ................ 2.20 11.17 pill a m Mail. Gninestfle.
Lake City......... 6.33 9.47 Leave Jacksonville
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.27 p m a m Exprcfs.
Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01 11.26 via J.T.& K.W. .
am .......
pin pm.
from Leave Thurston...................._ 2.54 11.43A.
and adjacent to the Railway
Leave Baldwin............ 8.08 p m 11.31 a m Leave Palatka........... 2.35 p m 6.00 a m
M Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50 12.16 Leave J. T & K W J'n2.50 .
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Fernandina the Atlantic to Cedar Arrive Waldo...... .... 3.14 12.11
on Leave Waldo....................:.... 3.25 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains3 and 4 will Arrive Interlachen_.... 3.36 p m 7.25 a m'Wait's
Leave Gainesville................. 4.10 ...... not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m
the Gulf of Mexico. No Grnelle........ 4.40 9.20
Key on will run Mondays. p m a m
Leave Arredondo................... 4.33 ...... "
Gainesville.... 11.05am
Leave Palmer........ ............... 4 46 ...... ST. MARK'S BRANCH. 5.35pm
Florida desirablefor ....... ......... 4.30
.. 'z. ..,, ... lands in are more Leave Archer........................ 5.C6 ...... Micanopy p m
: ;: : :: : Leave Tallahassee.................... ... 8.00 an: Lochbie ......... 5.15pm 10.12am
.. : : Bronson....................... 5.39 ...... .
., ,. : Melons and Leave Arrive Wakiilla............................. 9.05 a m Reddick_........ 5.27 m 10.25 m
Oranges, Peaches, Leave Otter Creek................. 6.23 ...... Arrive St. )I r 's.-. !?.30 a In u. Ocala............. p 11.05am a

Leave Rosewood ........:.......... 7.03 ...... II. Leave St. Mark's..........................10.00 a, in "eI5hton ...... 6.31 6.05pm in 11.32
-TJAVING ESTABLISHED A BOOK early Vegetables;. none containingbetter Arrive Cedar Key.......:.......... 7.35 ...... Arrive Waknlla....:............. ........10.25 a m .. N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p p in 11.57 a a m m

-GBINDERY in connection with our and accessible bodies of GOING NORTH. Arrive Tallahassee,.......................11.30 a m '* S. Lake Weir.. 7.02pm 12.03pm-

more Day Pas. M Pas. V Conant........... 7.10pm 12.13pm
Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE A.M. ...... CONNECTIONS.At Lady Lake...... 7.13 pIn 12.17 p m

_\='u :MANUFACTURE Yellow Pine Timber, as also the Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.30 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Leesburg...... 7.35 p m 12.40 p m

Leave Rosewood.................... 8.05 ...... all points North and East; with the Fernan- GOING NORTH.
more valuable Hard Woods and Red Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line .for Fernan- Leave ..
Leesburg ....... 7.30 a m 1.40 m
Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 ...... dina ; and with Steamers:: for all points on Arrive Lake...... p
Lady 7.52 a m 2.02
Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Archer .............-?.......... 9.46 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. .. Conant............ 7.55 a m 2.06 p m m
Leave Palmer ............;..........10.03 ...... At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- ". S. Lake Weir... p
a m m
for cattle and and ...... : insular Division for p
ranges sheep, no Leave Arredondo..10.18 Ocala, Fer-' N. Lake Weir... 8.10 a m 222pm
ALL :KINDS Leave Gainesville..10.24 ...... nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. ." Welsh ton......... 8.34 a m 2.48 inu
lands in theState are in a more sat Arrive Waldo..X..1128. ...... At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida p
1 ,:,,i. ."... Railroad.A Ocala.............. 9.00am 3.17 p.m.
.: D. o A. ;M. & Western Reddick........... 9.38am 3.57pm
::.i-,; : isfactory shape for successful coloni- Leave Waldo.........................11.53 2.20 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Lochbie.......... 9.50 a m 4.09 p m
,' ,' :'f P.M. Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- '
Micanopy..... ......:.. 7.50pm
:' -OF- zation or resale by capitalists.For Leave Thurston.........t.:.......12.15 2.50 urdays.At .. Gruelle .........-.10.20 a m 4.40 In
Leave Starke........................12.48 3.10 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15 p m ,
and Leave Temple's ....................12.53 3.18 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- "" p
information terms
further Cross'g..11.50 a m 5.40p m
Leave Lawtey.:._....................12.58 3.42 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery New Orleans, K Interlachen11.30 a m 6.42 m '. ,
Leave Highland..................... 1.15 4.05 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, H J.T&KWJ'n.12.15pm ....p...._ '
BLANK BOOKg address, Leave :Maxville...................... 1.33 4.35 and Northwest, and with all boats for Apalachicola Palatka...........13.30 p m 8.00 p m
Arrive Baldwin .....................' 1.53 5.05 Columbus and Eufaula. .' Jacksonville v.J.T&K'YRy.
WILLIAMS & SWANN, Leave Baldwin...................... 1.57 5.40 The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to 2.10pm .........
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 all points West. On Sundays a fast passenger train will be
FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 For information respecting routes, rates, run, leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m.. connect- ,
Arrive Callahan...................-. 3.00 6.50 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- ing with train for Leesburg at Gruelle. I

... Leave Callahan..................... 3.10 7.20 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connecting -
FOn'f '' '.0'', ., Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 sonville. with train from Leesburg at Gruel!

;"' >< : .:..,,' { Arrive Fernandina................. 4.25 8.50 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths and arriving at Palatka at 6 30 p. in.
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; : p& Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Depot 0. W. BROMWELL,
::RAILROADS, .,:;: .:.: : ,.;' ;,,; ;:':.>. Night Passenger daily.'PENINSULAU.. and at new office southwest corner of Bay General Pass. Agent
r I and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. SHERMAN CONANT,
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; ,\" ''r STEAMBOATS : = (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Fernandina, Fla.C. .

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MERCHANTS, Leave Waldo........................ 3.20 12.25 D. E. MAXWELL, I NCItES BOILERNEW

,: : ,, Leave Dixie.......................... 3.39 12.54: General Superintendent. ,
: ;> : :: \ tY Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.51 1.20 Fernandina Fla. AND SECOND HAND.-
1TANKS ETC Leave Citra..................:......... 4.34 2.06 Savannah, Florida &Western R'y. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES

Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.48 2.24 Comblaed Orange Box and Shingle Machine
Leave.Anthony Place:........... 5.02 2.42 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Eagle Gins Saw Mill, Planers, Beaaw, Ao

TIlE FLORIDA. Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.34 ....... Ask for Catalogue and Pricea before Imvlnjr.HANDLE .

-i Leave Ocala...........................5.56 3.34 All trains of this road are run by Central & DU6ANMACHfOOT

...', ,- ., . ,. ri OWN Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.36 4.27 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
-J ALSOlImm COMPANY. Leave Oxford........................ 6.52 '4.47 slower than Jacksonville time. 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, 0.
Leave Wildwood................... 7.08 5.14 (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.)

Fcmumlimi Leave Leesburg...................... 7.38 5.59 and after Sunday, :May 3d, 1885,
Arrive 'fa vares....................... 8.10 6.47 ON Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas

Towns! on R. II. Line. GOING NORTH. follows: $5 ELECTRIC LIGHTIl\

O MA INEVJA7ftS! And Cedar Key. Leave Tavares....................... 7.15 7.30 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:30 a m
Leave Leesbnrg....................... 7.44 8.25 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p m ON receipt of $5 we -==- /
Leave Wildwood.... .............. 9.25 8.46 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08: a m will send you an Electric =' ;= r
Leave Oxford.............'*.......... 9.43 9.07 1 Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:00 a m Lamp. Burglar :::: : ;:::
Leave Lake Weir Station:......10.03 10.20 Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 p m Alarms $1. Call Bells --% \ "'a -
-AMD- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Ocala..........;.......;...;:...10.23 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m $1. ElectricGasLight "'"

Leave Silver Spring................ 9.40 ....... Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p m er, Telegraph Instruments -
number of the most eligible and desirable Leave Anthony Place..10.08 11.55 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m Medical Batteries -

A. )!. Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m &c.
:IERIODIC.ALS: : : : : : Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Leave Sparr's.......................10.20 12.13 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m "In regard to your new Electric Light.

Leave Citra............................10.33 '12.35 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- we think you will be exceedingly successfulin
City or Suburban Residences, Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.50 12.57 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- securing its universal adoption.
Leave Hawthorne..................11.10 1.20 cola. :Mobile, New Orleans,.Texas, all trans- Yery truly yours, :MINER & REDFIELD.
UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie...........................11.25 1.38 Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick 737 Broadway, N. Y."
BOUND in ALL'STYLES Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.47 2.05 take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests
jSIDay 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. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this will find no difficulty in bringing it into
train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile general use. Eastern Man. "North west-
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- and New Orleans. ern Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM.
-AND ATSEASONABLE- F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- "W'e take pleasure in stating that the tests

rial enterprises, who will erect on,the prop (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. we made of your Electric Light proved per-
GOING SOUTH. Pullman. Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- fectly satisfactory. You will have a large
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor A.M. P. )1. 'ville ,to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST and ready sale. Yours truly,
PRICES Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 ; 3.30 RICHARDS & Co.,
residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road................. 7.26 .4.02 MAIL. 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue N.Y."

Arrive Jacksonville............... 8.25 Pf.!5.05 Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 2:30 p m The above testimonials explain them-
business. GOING NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m selves.WE w
A.M. P.M. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m WANT A NUM3ER OF LIVE AGENTS.G. .

INDUCEMENTS. MANUFACTUR-- Leave Jacksonville................. 9.45 '5.50 Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m W. FOSTER & CO;,
;* Leave Hart's Road................10.50 6.38 Leave Callahan daily.at................ 3:15 p m 45-3m 21 Park Row. N. Y.
byexemption for a term of years from Arrive Fernandina. ...........11.18 7.02 Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p rn
.. S5- Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:38 p m Notice or Insolvency. .
taxation, offered by the several cities and SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m COUNTY COURT, Nassau County,

Leave Fernandina.....6.50 a. m. 4.30 p. m. Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m IN Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt ad-
towns. .Apply to Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. m. 5.50 p. m. Arrive at Washington D.b., daily..ll:45 p m ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson, V
CHAS. AV.. LEWIS, Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 6.30 p. m. Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m deceased, late of the county aforesaid, hav-
SEND IN YOUR WORK.- a Fernandina. Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. in. 7.50 p..ni. Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars ing filed in the office of the County 'Judge
Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. Savannah to New York without change.EAST .of said county, a written suggestion of the

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 -
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:5.5 a m of any nature whatever against said
AT FEBNANDINA and Fernandina, FLA., Steam- Leave at Callahan\ Lily at............. 8:35: p m ,estate, to file the same duly authenticated,
With New York York and Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m in the office of the County Judge of said
ship Line from New on Tuesday,
, Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p m county, on or before the 13th day of October
\ for New York on Thursday.from and to Savannah Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm A. I). 1885,at which time there will be .
With Sea Island Route -
CURTIS k CO. Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55 p in a pro rata payment to creditors entitled
and Brunswick daily except Sunday.AT
!I. Arrive at Jesup daily at;..............12:55 a m thereto, and the Administrator discharged.
ESTATE AGENTS CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Thomasviile daily at...... 7:15 a in Witness my hand and Feal as County
REAL and from Savannah and Charleston. Arrive at Albany daily at............".10:30 a in .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 ru April, A. D. 18C5.

,. AT HAWTHORNE Arrive at )Macon daily at.,........;.... 8:50 a in II. J. BAKER.
Loans procu re changes effected. Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 j a m Fernandina; April 11,1885. Cmo..
Mill Sites Town Lots from 25 feet AT WILDWOOD.
to 4 Charleston daily at..12:45 m I
and from Brooksville Arrive at p
Line to
BOTH IX STYLE AND PRICES. acres, Lands and Plantations from" 5 to 5,000 and With Tampa Stage daily except Sunday. Arrive at Washington daily......,....10:30 a in Notice for Final Discharge. ; )
acres for sale. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m 1X. MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST }
'1'. B.St.. Mary's having been selectedas AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., C of this notice I will presentto
Cars via publication
the terminus ofthe Atlantic& Mississippi With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping
of I'robatefor
the Hon. II. J. Baker, Judge
Canal (under the survey made for Govern- West and Havana every Saturday ; for New Waycross, and :Pullman SleepingCars final accounts and

; ment by General Gillmore), charters' for the Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and via Jesup, Jacksonville. to Western Cincinnati.and vouchers Nassau as county executor, my of the estate of
"J-:. : construction of which been Havana Friday from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with
having granted every :
and WILLIAM MAESON, deceased, ask for a
::Sddre.s Atlantic and Eat Tennessee Virginia
by the United States Government and the every Saturday.
of and Florida With Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and final discharge.JOHN
: :FLORIDA MIRROR Legislatures Georgia a large Tampa A. ELLERMANN,
: .. ,, increase in the value of adjacent lauds may for aid from Key West Monday and Northwest. Executor.
; er :. : be confidently looked for. (See New York Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee,. Mon-; Pullman Palace Sleeping Thoraasville.Cars Jacksonville Fernandina, Fla., April, 1885. Cm

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Our Beach Resort. Mrs. Grundy Says Figs for Preserving. :

Orders left at Mr. Stark' store will be
The interest manifested in our beautiful That something should be'done'to'prevent -
filled in the order in which the.Ire received -
Amelia Beach as a healthy,comfortable and so much cruelty to animals in this -
f*.t>0 vl YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS'Reflections. by
Peasant summer resort we hope will en-' city. .' ,' W. F. SCOtT
Two Millionsof
t courage the promoters of the Beach Railway l- That she hopes that' branch national bankin -- -'- -

and the Hotel Company to proceed at Fernandina will open pretty soon, espe- Spring and Summer Clothing ;
When winds are cold and chill and wet At New York C'M. acres of Farming .
once to the enlargement and improvementof cially if "there's millions in,it." Orange
will miss
house .
The iceman ne'er your ; AT PAUL FUNKES.Gents
the accommodations. We have no doubt Timber and
The piece of ice you always get That the occupants of the Light-house Grazing ,Lands,

Is large and shapely, just like this:' jut that a cluster of twenty cottages, with a Reservation to not appear to be taking Furnishing Goods situated in 29 counties, and

central restaurant, would be at once occu- active toward .
steps migration.That the lands
In all styles AT PAUL FU KE's. comprising bought
pied by families from the interior. If we
i the Amelia Islanders south of Fer-
Sir Edward Reed
show our,own confidence we shall inspire. by J. from
nandina are quite anxious to see the Beach Private Board,
others with a like confidence. We have the State of Florida in iSSi
But when'tis awful burning hot, Railroad extended further south. At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street. ,.
And sultry winds the parched earth kiss, very great advantages already at our hands. Egmont. HoteLOffers offered at
near: are now graded
In not clean forgot not to build costly road to That an excess of ozone in the atmos-
case you are We are obliged a .pleasant rooms well furnished withor
You get a little chunk like this: the beach, make a drive and create a resort. phere last Wednesday and Thursday caused without board Transient boarders will prices. These lands were se-

I Mature and previous'enterprise have already ; too much exhilaration and added scyeralnamf'S be accommodated. lected by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
'" f J to the list of boarders at the MRS. T. P. THOMPSON.
i I prepared all the preliminary work, all we County late Commissioner of
Fernandina, Fla., January, 10. ley, the il,
,, .Evangrtlle Argus. have to do now is to go on with it. If we House. -.- State Land Office and Mr f

pause to make certainty sure the world.will That early rising in Old Town has provedso Carriages at Fred W. Hoyt & Co's :.
Dr. J. B. Upham, of Boston, is at the
Strath more. move on, other places will present advan- prolific of truth that Justice Schuyler Furniture Store,Centre !street. M. Williams_ late agent for

tages and take a lead we may find it difficult has been consulted in the matter. sale of State lands, which factis
The Centre Street Wharf is undergoing .
long-needed repairs. to regain. That John Lowe can "draw claret" as Valuable Orange Lands for Sale 'a. guaranty' of their hiohquality.

deftly as soda when. occasion requires it. Tracts containing twenty acres each of
; Rev. W. II. Johnson, of the Nassau Circuit The City Council. choice, high hammock land on Orange.Lake The purchase known
e That the Beach Railroad i will need a
was in the city yesterday. The City Council .met in regular: sessionon spe- suitable for.orange growing and truck farming as the Reed Purchase was only
cial for its trains if i
x police disorderly passen- are now offered for sale. These landsare
:Mr. C. A. Lange left for New York on the Wednesday evening last., Present: G. gers cannot be controlled otherwise. very conveniently situated for transportation opened for sale this year, and

Stale of Texas, Thursday evening. F. Avery President; Alde''men : Starke by water orrail, and will be sold on the lands have not been culled

Robinson and Walker. terms to snit purchasers. Titles are unques
: McGiffin Dorsey
Four fine turtles ,
large were captured -
green Arrivals at the Strathmore.John .
tionable. Also valuable timber lands in or picked over. No has
The minutes of the last meeting were part
' the marsh between this city and ap-
J F Dunn and wife, child and nurse, large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,
L Old Town on Thursday. proved as read. :Miss Maggie Eagleton, Ocala; :Miss Watson, February 16 1882, Fernandina Fla. been reserved :in any manner,

Mr. John Hedges, cashier of the Florida The following bills were ordered paid: E McWhorter, wife and daughter, St. Mary's and the whole is open for sale.

!1 Railway & Navigation Co., has been con- Florida.....Mirror.........,...printing............and.......advertising ...........-.$1025 Georgia; M W Drew Miss Drew, D :M GEO. W. SCHUYLER, Special prices on large tracts.

s t fined to his bed during the past week. G. F. Avery hauling shell etc........... G 05 Reynolds, E Hooker wife and child, Miss Timber lands virgin forests in

The German bark Mica, Captain Budig, Fred W Hoyt & Co., supplies............ 4 GO : Julia Deering, W H Ellis Mrs T Clesson, -\TTonSEY-AT-LAW. ,
.......... 25 41 bodies of and
Fred W.; Hoyt & Co., supplies 50,000 acres up
Mrs Charles Cox. George Wilson and wife,
sailed from this port, for Buenos Ayres, on

( Monday, with a cargo of yellow pine lum Louis Spaulding............:.,...services............special...........police ...-. 100 L A Wilson, 0 H Holman, Miss Hall, :Miss Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's office, wards. Lands sold for cash,

ber. James Jones services special police..:. 100 Mc'Veir.Iiss Simpkins, F J Briggs J W FERNANDINA! FLA. or on long time.
Parish Johnson, services as special Smith A. Zacharias and wife J A Farwell
:Mrs. G. C. Dent and Mr. B. T. Dent, of police........................................ 1 25 -- ,- The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.
l.' "rij F Farwell, N Fryatt, E C Jobson, Jacksonville I
Brunswick, Ga., the mother and brother of George Demott, night scavenger, s'er- Warranty and ):ort Deeds.INEN .
" r the"'manager of the, Mansion House, were .vice for_ July....?................:....... 80 00 ; Alfred Allen: ', J E Granniste, J W; Ii i ; age (LIMITED); JACK OlVLLE", FLORIDA

J in the city this week. The bill of C. J. Westberg, for services as Smith. 'F J Briggs, D. L Livingston, Madison ;; I L PAPEIt-75 sent ,GTS receipt, PER of DOZEN.2-cent \ 1 J
Samples. upon
A G Allen Ind E
special police was disallowed.The ; Indianapolis, ; Mrs
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist stamp.
application of Henry Harker to erect A Berry, Arredondq! ; L. A Hermode, Otter AddressFLORIDA MIRROR:
Church will have'an ice festival at
4 cream a building, to be used as an oyster house, Creek; Dexter Hunter, ,Albany, NY; Jas 26 Fernandina, Fla.
the residence of Mr. Roux on Thurs- :
fir George on the wharf at the foot of Calhoun street. Dawson, New York ; T Phillips and lady,

day evening. All are invited to attend. was refused. R Smith. A J Mason, S Robinson, S W Hill, Pianos.Ten .

ti#' A force of hands was engaged yesterday The Finance Committee, through its Abe Wood, II L June, purser steamer Coll- :E&. LTTPI'MANUFACTURER first-class Instruments taken in exchange -

wt taking down the telephone wires. The chairman, Alderman Starke. presented its yer, J F Snyder, R E Brier, Brunswick, Ga; for land, for sale low for cash in-

i'; company could not get a sufficient number report, in which was embodied the report of John C Ginsey, Cincinnati, 0 ; .J R Ryan, OF good paper. G. W. SCHCYLEH.

of subscribers to warrant a continuance of City Tax Collector Westberg, showing the Miss Nellie Ryan, Chattanooga, Tenn: Geo Fernandina, Fla.. June 20, 1885.

the service. amount collected for taxes and those still N Shelverton, Willie Shelverton Atlanta, ', Tin SlleetIrOllVa.re
Ladies and Misses Hose,
'' It is reported that Messrs. Cook, Payne & remaining unpaid.Considerable Ga; A E G Belt, H Turner, M B Barker,
AND DEALER IN In great variety, AT PAUL FcrtKE'si.W. .
Co., of Highland, have leased the old Chester discussion ensued with regard Macon, Ga; II B Mashan, Atlanta, Ga; H

poperty on Bell's river, and contemplate to the delinquent list attached to the Turner, Georgia; M J Glauer, New York ; S. LIVINGSTON,

,a +a putting the saw-mill in running order at an report, it being shown that many names appearing T E Christian, Savannah, Ga ; T :M: Christ- PALLOR R, FrI B in nQ C00K K T TQVJt

early day. thereon were ordered dropped from ian, F E Davenport St. Mary's, Ga; S W --LICENSED-

'i Walter L. B. Beal, oldest son of lIr.V.. the roll last year while in some instancesthe Wittington, Florida ; G Cohen, !Sanford; H AND LOG INSPECTOR

C. Beal, died of congestive chill on :Monday parties assessed did not reside within L Hull, Eufaula Ala; :Mr and Mrs Burrell, LUMBER _____

' morning last, in the fourteenth year of his the city limits at all, the names having Orange City; John Cochran, J W Cochran, Jgf Business entrusted to me will receis-s-

age. The funeral took place from the Meth- been taken from the State and county as- Miss Cochran, F E Dodge and wife, Boston, careful and prompt attention.

odist Church on Tuesday evening. sessment roll. The Finance Committeewere Mass; W E Livingston, Florida. Sri ,

'fa M State Texas instructed to revise the list, in com- unuumi m.' m't o rmmm
The Mallory steamship of noon i Stratlimore Hotel
with the Collector and the latter Range of Thermometer \ ,
'' sailed for New York Thursday evening with pany authorized -
t. to act in the matter with regard to FOR THE WEKK ENDING FRIDAY, JULY 17TII, 1885,
the following 400 logs cedar 244
cases cedar, 173 bbls. rosin, 53 bbls. spirits, delinquents as the law directs. 7.&.M..12)[. 3P.M. 6r.)[. WlNP.

100 bbls. empty bottles, 2,550 watermelons, The Ordinance Committee, to whom was Saturday, July.. 11..80 85 st 82 S. E. FERXANDINAFLORID. .
referred the matter of changing the name of Sunday, 12..78 84 si 83 S .W.
128 pkgs. merchandise. 83 81 E.
Monday, 13..78 83 K.
the corporation in the ordinance granting Tuesday .. H..77 82 b'2 80 S. E.
' The Executive Committee of the Beach right of way to the Beach Railway asked Wednesday," 15..78 83 82 81 S. E. NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASO-
Pavilion desire the Mirror to state that they Thursday, 16.. ...76 82 82 81 S. E.
further time, which was granted.The Friday, 17..71. 83 82 81 N. E.
y x. subscribers to the pavilion,who have select-
Sanitary ,Committee reported work Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
BEACH is the finest lit
ed bath-rooms, will please settle for the on
stopped on the Cemetery improvement, the MARINE. AMELIA Coast and the SeaBatlirgisunsurpassed.
same at once, as the bills contracted in the
appropriation being exhausted.His COOKIXG UTENSILS OF ALL KIXDS, The Boating and Fishing10!
construction are due and must be paid. The of
Island excellent.
Honor the :Mayor, as Chairman of the are
committee will not agree to hold bathroomsas WATER. Connections made by the Fernandina *fc
g the Committee appointed to inquire into ........... LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,
(as now selected by subscribers) after'Tuesday Saturday, July 18. 0:41: A.M. 1:12 p. M. Sea-Beach Railway with every train arriig -
the cost of sinking an artesian well made Sunday, 19..1:35: 2:07 ." Flori&'TIailway &
a in the Navigation
the 21st, but will compelled to dis- Monday, :20....,....... 2:30" 3:01 WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. on
verbal report, and a letter was read from the Tuesday 21............ 3:21" 3:55 ,". Co's lines; also with the different Stearnezs.
pose of them to other stockholders, desiring :Mayor of Brunswick with whom he had Wednesday, ,22...:........ 4:18 4:18: Rates from $2.00 to $:3.00 per day; spensS
rooms. Thursday, 23...?._.... 5:10 5:39 rates for families by the week.
corresponded in reference to the matter. Friday, 24........... 5:59: 6:26 "
" The the 4th inst. interesting DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY 1 Excursion parties accommodated-
regatta on proved so The cost of sinking the two artesian wells ENTERED. .

'" to all concerned that at,a meetingof in that city was $3,300, the, depths of the Steam-packet Thos. Collyer.-,from Brunswick j/iiJ"" Clam Chowder every day.FRANK I

of the parties on the evening of the 10th a wells 430 feet and 360 feet daily with freight and passengers, to ABBOTT.
being respectively F. W. Simmons
permanent organization was formed under and water, conducted through a six-inch July 15-Steamship State of Texas, John Risk, TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled:
:.4 the title of "The Fernandina Boat Club," from few York; freight and passen- '
Wind :Mills for funning
The work pumping water or
pipe, abundantly supplied. was gers, to R. W. South wick, agent.
and it is expected that all persons interestedin performed by the Manhattan Artesian Well July 12-Steamship City of,:Monticello :McKee, light machinery promptly erected on order. LUCY COTTAGE ,
aquatic sports will become members. It from Charleston: freight and passen-. Church, Factory and School Bells for sale
Company of New York, upon the following gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent at a bargain. Seventh-St., near Egmont nFERXANDI : ,
;. s is proposed to have regattas or races as often condition'which of course would apply in July 13-Steamship City of :Monticello, McKee, jJ'Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
I as convenient, and in view of this a num- from Palatka; freight and passengers, A. FLORIDA.
* like manner to this city. For the first 300 to W. O. Jeffreys: agent. All goods delivered at the various trans-

ber of boats are being built purchased, feet, $900: 500 feet or less, $3 per foot for all July 15-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, portation 'stations within the city free of : J
t and be looked for from Charleston; freight and passen-. charge. All sales for cash. Offers pleasant rooms.well fnrnishetIrTOSbor
some exciting races may above 300 feet; from 500 feet to GOO,feet, gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. AND without board. Table Boarders mil w?
before of Monticello McKee CORNER BROOMS ) SECOND STS.
long. Steamship City ,
$3 50 per foot; from GOO to 700 feet, $4 per accommodated; also:transient.
from and
Palatka; freight passengers,. Fernandina Fla.. July 12, 1884. O. THOMPSON:
We notice that the local columns of our foot; and so increasing 50 cents per foot ad- to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. 2 Miss LUCY
17-Bark Eliza Barrs, II.II.Hollis,Bermuda
' exchanges full of acknowledgments of ditional for hundred ;
; are every feet. The city ballast, fifteen days out.

the receipt of "six-pound })pineapples," having the work performed to pay for all CLEARED. I

' i "delicious Peen-too peaches "hundred- pipes casing, fuel; lumber, etc., needed in Steam-packet Thos..Collyer, -,for Brunswick .

pound ,watermelons," etc. So far, we have driving the well, also the cost of transportation daily, with freight and passengers, .
1'. W. Simmons,
by agent
t not been overburdened'this season with of all tools used ; $10 per day demur- July Steamship State of Texas. John Risk for -ti:

specimens of these cholera-producing luxu-; rage to be charged for all unnecessary de New R. W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers, by. : QFURNITUREI

ries, although we were, shown a bunch of lay. Two-thirds of the amount, ((66 percent July Steamship ,City of ::Monticello :McKee, :

fine onions a couple of weeks since. They .) for every hundred feet to be paid as for Palatka; by W. O. Jeffre McKee ;
July 13-Steamship City of Monticello, ,for
were so large and strong they made our eyes the work progresses the balance on com- Charleston; by W.O.Jeffreys, agent. .

water when the exhibitor took them away pletion or abandonment of the work., A July 15-Steamship Palatka;city'freight Monticello and passengers,McKee,,for by We have opened, in the Marson Building, Centre Streetybelow'

again. We were in hopes that he would letter was also read from the firm of C. A. W.O.Jeffreys.
July Steamship City of :Monticello, :McKee, Second, a fall line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consistingin
have left them that we might have inaugu- Ray, Providence, R. I., but no terms were for Charleston;freight and passengers,

rated a series of onion socials, an amuse- stated. 11-Bark W. O.Jeffreys, agent. part Walnut Chamber Suits, Ash Chamber Suits, :Mahogany
Rhea (German), Budig, Buenos
ment fast becoming popular in the Western Further time was granted the committeein Ayres; lumber, by J. T. Williams. and ,Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at
States; this is how they are worked: Six order to confer with other firms. Schooner Lizzie Chadwick, C. W. Chad- .
wick, New York; lumber, by Payne,
ladies take an onion with them into a room On motion of Alderman McGiffin, the Cook&Co. prices.as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere i

and one of them takes a bite of it. Then a Finance Committee was instructed to as- finished light and dark; Children's Bedsteads; Chairs in great

young gentleman is admitted to the game, certain to what amount the city is allowedby Butter, Lard, &c., on ice at .

and if,after kissing them all, he fails to tel State law to tax its citizens for waterworks V FRED W. HOYT ACo's variety; Rockers of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast and

I which of them bit the onion, why, then all purposes. Bathing; Suits and Caps Centre; Washstands'; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat and Wire;

the girls are to kiss him. Alderman Robinson presented an ordinance For Ladies and Gentlemen in elegant '
I ,
Mattresses of various than before sold
qualities cheaper ever
"To amend *
an ordinance in Rela- style and large variety; at
A lot of latest and .
styles Crockery
new tion to Animals and their limits '' whichwas ; Pillows full of found
Glassware at HOYT & Co's. KING'S BAZAAR, and Bolsters ; and a line goods generally

referred. tf Coy.of Fifth and Centre sts. Furniture-Store. of
in a regular We invite an inspection our -
An Idyl. The, Sanitary Committee were instructedto

A little melon round and green, draw up a circular defining the work of The Atlantic Pavilion. stock. .
A little boy with painful mien ; the day and night and have the i
t A little melon-cholic pain; scavengers Having obtained a lease of the Atlantic We also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.The .
He will not steal that fruit again. 'same printed for:Distribution among the Pavilion, on.Amelia,Beach I beg to inform
property holders and citizens. my friends and the public generally that I latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware and Porcelain -

$20 Reward The Council then adjourned. propose to make such improvements and .
additions as to make the Pavilion a first- :Goods. Sold ,in any quantity to suit purchaser.
For the apprehension and conviction of
: class sea-side: resort. Refreshments of all
the party who broke into my new dwelling. Seersucker Suits kinds will be served in first-class style at ; FRED.. -W\. ZHZOlTTJiSz OCXt
G. R. FAIKBANKS. and summer clothing on this week's steamer. reasonable rates. I solicit the patronage of ..
Fernandina, July 2,1885. jy4-tf J. & T. KYDD. the public. ALBERTGLAIBER.4'i .: \ :.


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