Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00275
 Material Information
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: August 8, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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System ID: UF00054505:00275
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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VOL. YIL' FERNANDINA; FLA., ,SATURDAY)". AUGUST 8., 1885. NO.: '- 01 .

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ITEMS: OF INTEREST ,FIFTEEN YEARS, 'AGO ,a ,1.1ce, it is not remove and place a second paper soon as they begin to emit silky:

-- coming out"of Blackfoot, ; : a"-; "whole, the with leaves for the remainder; in fibre, they will look for a place to
A PHo n EST physician suggests this; way the space may be trebled spin, and dry branching ,twigs, two
to occupants of summer huuses that robbed of five hundred p locality com by removing one-third .at a time. or three feet long,. or broom corn or

wood fire in the evening, when the gold dust. The robbers: were with other The leaves should be spread evenly, weed may be used Mating them up-
in the atmosphere is excessive and sent to the Deer Lodge l> : are sur so that the worms may get the same right among the worms, and interlocking -
moisture liary, but they had favorable con amount of food and keep together in them in arches above. If
prevents many cases of sick- their it is to any" of the foil :
growth, as important worms to mount remove
,the gold and no explanation
''have them molt together. them on the ]le-ives or twigs i to
ness.AN .extraordinary instance ,of the since been able to find it. for 'this is The leaves must be fed fresh and which they are attached, lest they

depreciation in the value of land in sentence will expire in a few and, con-, dry, never wet or'wilted; leaves wet be soiled by droppings from, above

noted the London and'the, inhabitants., of the prevail there with dew are especially injurious. tifcm. The spinning is finished l in
England is by be the Gather the leaves in the evening for: three day::./ As the worms: begin; to.
said to watching ;. ,
World. In 1S75 Pewit Island, near: the next morning's meals and ,when spin see that no two of them spin too
Harwich, containing 270 acres of carefully to follow l them to "of wine in rain threatens, gather a day ahead near each other, and make double'

freehold land, was bought at a cost ure when they get out. 70.00OQO; gal-' and, 1 keep in an airy, cool place, stirring :,- cocoons, which cannot be reeled., To
of 7,900: and on July 16 it was sold A CONNECTICUT CAPTAIN, f> year, occasionally to .prevent: heating sum up, the po\nfs\\ requiring sp eial .
and fermentation which will ruin attention 1.
the worms
than the ; are: Keeping
by auction for !:420. covered this summer how less th m. If only wet leaves can be' of a batch in a uniform state'of progress -

COMMENTING on the frequent miscarriage money there is 'in the, ls ten years. had, dry them by shaking up beforea so that they will all molt t>-

of justice: in criminal cases, been cruising off Rockaway 22,000 acres fire, or in a breezy place. When gether. 2. Abundance of fresh, dry

"Out of every day for porpoises. !cly' destroyed food is scarce, lower the temperature food, excepting during the molt. 0. :

the Baltimore Sun says: value of ,each fish is ) : the Gironde 'of the room, and the worms, will eat Plenty of room, so that the worms
3,377 murders perpetrated during the age shall not crowd each other. 4. Plenty

year 1884 the total number of murderers The oil brings high price, ; the first. ap- .. less.For young worms gather only the ,'of fresh air. 5. Uniform temperature -

executed was but 313, and of makes good leather, the us insect the small leaves. :After the second age, : as nearly as practicable, and

utilized easily, and the destroyed sniall twigs or- Branches may be cut avoidance of? sudden changes! : '6. The
this number 210 met their death by
cording to the Captain is and that with the leaves. For this purposeuse utmost cleanliness.
lynch law and only 103 by' legal When ,) damaged as a knife, or,better,clip with pruning 5. Gathering and Sorting the hcoons.In -
process." shears. Gather in a. bucket, or eight or ten days after the
There has
OWING improved machinery and not in sight' he occupies better, in a bag tied about the waist. commencement of the spinning, the

cheap' labor, the average cost of harvesting time catching menhaden.A an increase The quantity of food consumed cocoons are''ready to gather.', Separatethe ',
) : Science acres in land frames or arches of] brush
in California is less than WRITER in J increases very jrapidly. The wrorms ; }
grain natural bridge almost as fly ,with the are said to consume.their own weightof carefully.: Remove first' all discolored -
it has ever been. One farmer in the the the worst,of,it leaves daily. The worms'from an and soft cocoons, keeping these

San Joaquin Valley pays four centsa .: as Virginia curiosity, fird ounce of eggs will require about one separate from the firm, sound ones; 1

sack for harvesting his crop. Un- canon, about twenty miles i damaged pound of leaves the first day, two ,if kept together the latter would be '

der old methods the cost of threshingalone the point where the which pro- pounds the second, three or four the discolored and depreciated much in

Pacific'Railroad crosses,the [ fresh plan third; after that the quantity dimin- :value. Tear off the loose (floss) silk
has been as high as fifteen
between New. :Mexico and at least ishes as the time of molting com which envelops the cocoon. 1
cents.A feet / ell( anything mences. After the second or third 6. Choking Stilling the Ohry, ali8" !
This bridge is 65 ; long '
COUPLE of thousand or more age, the. :net (or paper) and :frame -In twelve or fifteen days from the ,
tons of rock fell from a ledge in.. feet wide at the narrowest. The phyl- may be discarded, and the leafy time the worm began to spin, the I

consists of tough grit rock, two or, three twigs or branches with the worms ,moth will issue from the' cocoon. and
West Rutland, Vt., lately, with a' neath which the softer of destruc may be placed on the ,platform in the process the'strand of silk,will
tremendous crash. Houses in the be cut and spoiled. To this
oidium the ,directly.The
been to a, ,
'have worn
shaken and the the must be killed stifled.
vicinity were occu- chrysalis -
25 to 40 feet beneath the 'damp seasons, utmost cleanliness beingnec- '
This be done bv
pants thought an earthquake lead the litter should be removed can steaming or
of these essary, ,
is petrified forest. them neat.
by a choking by dry
visited them. The mass that fell often, especially'during the las"fthree
tree trunks, lie just beneath : pallia- 'Guard against mice, ants and
203 feet as well as all dead and sick ;
covered on ledge ages,
a space or half' exposed, fallen ,in ,found.. ; but: worms.. The consumption, 'of.is.enormous food smaller insects, which will,penetrate,, ....
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IN order to combat the various been visited by a white 111an.Fou. chemically hatch from an ounce of eggs requir- Remember the closing out sale in Dry-

vine pests, whose propagation is believed '' The American ing about 50 pounds the first day, Goods etc.. at
several'days past a s and 'the fourth 150 and double ,PAUL FrNKEr DRY GOODS'EMPORICM.
to be due to the weakness of by ,
marine monsters has been in the bet that amount the fifth sixth and
the vines the Austrian Government Special bargains in every department of
porting the gulf, a short delirious'f ; but in the enth; after which the quantity fallsto our store for the balance of the eason.J. .
has decided to import a large, & T. KYDJJ.
quan- from the shore, and all du Rhone about 100 pounds for the eighth,
tity of healthy plants from but the quantity depends on the -
young them ,. its in- Extract, From a Private, Letter.
America for the vineyards of Lower poon or capture' as a success. :vigor of the worms, and also the Regarding David Kennedy's 'Favorite
until the inst. when
Austria Experiments already made 1st temperature. Remedy.] ; the writer, Prof. A. H. Chandler,
caught in a fishing seine. During the last age, the closest at- Principal; of the Academy, Broukhaven
with "I suffered from of
20,000 American plants at Klos- Miss. says: torpidity
tention is and the amountof
were thrown around the necessary the liver and bowels and paralysis: I uedthe'
terneuberg, near Vienna, are said to labor is reduced.
and with horses it was WISHING greatly Duringthe Favorite Remedy for two months, and
have given excellent results. '\ COCOONS. earlier ages a woman 'or half- am now able to use my side which for two
ashore. It proved to be a months and am now able to use my side,
the J
child attend
esrcrs. are usu- grown can worms, which for time had been like
THERE: is a bill before the New c?j a long a pieceof
of fish the
a very rare of ice and a man or boy in one or two dead flesh. My general health was never
Hampshire Legislature which is stir- vampyrus, also called devil 1Vhen'removed hours, two or three times a day, can letter than at present."

ring up the insurance men of the vampire of the ocean. : cool place two supply the leaves required for the -

State. It provides that the amount lieved to be the third t they may be worms from an ounce of eggs; and $$500,000TAR.

named in a policy of fire insuranceas Its is the' tempera even during the last age one personis .
captured. weight
as'the mul- sufficient in the cocoonery, and _
the limit of insurance on any tons, and, as it lies spread ] to one to gather the leaves for the hatchof STATEMENT OP THE AMERICAN
building shall be paid in full in case beach, dead, near white pa- :half a dozen ounces' of eggs, or NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES '

of a total loss. It is further stipu- every appearance of an ; a square more, with the apparatus above de- AND CANADA EXPRESS COMPANIES -

lated that no evidence of value shall bat It is temperature scribed. TROY N. Y.
or vampire. fully
i The of Rome lay not in her multitude -
be received in court in case of a suit. feet wide from the extensive and may 3. .11Iolting.-"Vhen the time for ,strength nor in her grain-laden fleets. These
1 or 2 degrees their sleep approaches, the worms were elements of strength, but her never-
THE present population of the cityof the pectoral fins and i They will lose appetite and raise their heads failing resource lay in the'self control and

Buenos Ayres is estimated at long. The mouth is four days, but the with a. waving motion. When any discipline of Roman soldiers. Discipline-
it i is the soul to all the wonderful mean-
400,000. One of the local newspa- and is protected on either the sooner of''the worms of a batch are seen in ing possessed very by the word veteran." Mr.

pers predicts that in a few years it formidable appendages "will com this state, give a light fresh feed to Benedict of Troy, is a veteran in the" express -
business. "Thirty-three he
morning for the Duringthis years
tardy ones.
will be the New York of the Southern horns, with which it scoops : up As said to your reporter "I've stood at this '
days.rhen torpor they eat nothing. desk." .It ii: the discipline of years of,,experience -
hemisphere. Emigrants are arriving The curious monster over them soon as their skin is shed their activ- which gives him the position he holds

in a steady stream, and if the attention.-Galveston, .paper, ity and appetite return. This process in the trust and esteem have of these business three great of

proportion of the first six months of gust 1.THE. ng's'. hatch has is usually over in about thirty $500,000 corporations.Ve a year, and I've been a absent( from,
the \ to a frame hours. No food should be given this office.hardly a month in all that time
is their number
kept of San
year up, Supervisors allow free until about all of the batch are although I must confer that many times!:

will be 150,000 before the first of have been making careful below, and through the molt and ready to makean I've for I've worked been here troubled when: all suffering my life great with pain biliousness ,

January next. Italians form the tion of the Chinese quarter litter and stale even, start ; or, if the last, are and dyspepsia. My system had be-

great: majority of the incomers. city. They say that not hatch sep much delayed, give a light feed to come so reduced and weak that disordered. I had no
appetite and my digestion wholly
the first and feed the last
age the more copi- various remedies:but almost
GKN. SIMON CAMERON is certainlya 30,000 people from the C I've tried ;
ously, and keep them warmer foraday two years ago I happened to hit upon Dr
: truly loyal Republican, but he has pire are there packed as should be or so, that they overtake the Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. After

written a letter to Col.' Fred. Grant (dines, yet they make this and removed first. This rule may not,be observed stronger using only in'every one bottle way.or The so great I began difficulty to feel

in which he says: "I am glad to ble statement: "In a and tender after'the fourth molt. has been with my digestion, but this seem

knew that Generals ,Johnston and of view 'Chinatown presents paper; repeat After molting, the space will generally to regulate, it perfectly.. I have REMEDY.sir* great I
hours need to be doubled. If the
nUl'kner are going to act as pall- lar anomaly. With the during have bought and given a great deal of ;It t to-
every worms come out of their torpor in a the poor around here; those yon know,,
bcircrs; with Sherman and Sheridan. ners, customs and whole In general, give feeble state, with little appetite, espe- who have no money to buy'medicine of any

Your father's prayer for ,peace to his life Y oating.evcry in the morn cially in their younger ages, cut the kind with bilious for there diseases are a and great suffer many on troubled without

Dmitry has been answered and the hygiene; with open 10 or 11 in the leaves for the first feed ,or two witha .aid. I always keep FAVORITE REMEDYin .
last feeding, spread : sharp clean knife, like shredded the house. I consider it the best medicine '
bitterness of the war wiped out lations from sinks and worms and tobacco. for the blood in the market. Well;'I ....
forever." It is to be hoped the Republicans -. ing the atmosphere with must attend to the matter ibr the western
,About every j. 4. Spinning. "When ready to spin, part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I
of Pennsylvania and Ohio and stifling odors; with the worms which is eight or ten days after the am coming down to Rondout to see him in
will molt the 'cease to eat August. I want to know him." I left thc ;J
note .this sentiment and call herded and packed in the lit- fourth worms J veteran still at his post,rejoicing in health *::1
flew conventions to revise their State living literally the life of be increased as become restless and empty themselves nd grateful to Dr. Kennedy. "
avoid crowd- diminish in size, becoming o.
to ,
l platforms. fed and clothed ad t-
These platforms, in the badly ; double space transparent, beginning at the head. St. Louis Beer

lIght of the present appear to"be: ex- the daily use of opium to accomplish this "When any of them are, observed in St. Louis:beer' of the celebrated brewery: ,
of.ASTHOXY & Kcnrr, at <
tremely narrow: :, as well-as false to that many ,hours..of each the worms' this state, give -light fresh feed to ,. : F. C.' LATHAM'S J''.' '. '

the spirit of tlie'times.. ,. :, :. night. are > passed" in the ." .net'or paper, 'I bring forward''the laggards. An "as' ; : Billiard and Sample Room. ,.'"
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perished. at this an great difficulty I I although poor except that it was somewhere in Lon
"But a week i is so long!1" he said maiden aunt of my" husband's, who .forcing a few drops ,past, her was fast'sinking from hunger and don, he shrugged his shoulders and"
j With a tams of his curly head, had been very ill, took it into her which seemed to revive a faint exhaustion. I can see now, though I. went away. Then I determined in
r "01)(', two. three, four, fivesix. seven- head that she would like me to go and ing in the well-high lifeless bosom. did not notice it ,at the time, the sad, mind, that, God helping me, the 1'Y

,14 Seven(You said whole it yourself days! Why you, in told six"me yon sou know) stay a few days with her. .As the saw_' that.she .'y &.p rishing with ; pained look on his face, as he turned who had I laid,down his life for me man;
The great; God 'up in Heaven'' doctors said she could not possibly. live so. raised ''the. poor; creature in awaywhen I fiercely 'demanded the it' were, should not die without:;
:Made all the earth and the sea and skies, more than a month or two, I had not arms, took off my shawl and other biscuits, then"and there, and effort on my part to save him. I had
The trees and the hems and the butterflies. and for the it round her and.tried by brisk I to tear them from him
,: the. heart' to refuse; so, even attempted friends in London, if ..I. could
How I wait for seeds ? only
can to
my : grow i
first:time since my marriage, I found and rubbing to restore, by force. r was mad-mad' with hun- get there, who would help me to find
x "But a month is so long!; he said myself sleeping under a strange roof. Then, with all the strength of ger and thirst !I" his mother. I had enough +
With droop of his boyish head. It little farmhouseaway lungs, I shouted for help, but' The woman broke down here ticket I money (o
Hear me count-one, two, three, four- was a country poor purchase a for half the Journey
I" Four whole weeks, and three days: more; up in the midland counties. I ,the angry bark of some distant utterly, and it was some time before I the rest I would endeavor to vralV;
: Thirty-one days and each will creep had never been there before, and, as dog there was,no answer. Life could soothe her sufficiently to go on. When you found me, madam, I had
: As the shadow crawls over yonder steep; the a long one, and I was nearly that dared'not leave with'her' tale. food for
'j Thirty-one nights, and I shall lie journey was gone eaten no three days, and had
!, .01 Watching the stars climb up the: sky. very tired, I' went to bed soon after even for the half-hour which it We were ten days in, that: boat," been walking five days and night
How can I wait till a month is o'er?" my arrival. That night I dreamt a: take to hurry home and obtain ; she continued. ,; "and on the morningof very nearly without resting." *
is dream of such intense vividness and and so the long night through I the eleventh we saw when daylight "And Mr.
"But a year so long!1" he said, your preserver, Wagner"
Uplifting his bright young head. reality that even now I can recall it to there on the damp clammy broke that we,were fast approaching I said ; "tell me, is he still living?"
;, 'All the set: !\IJns must come and go my mind, fresh and unfading as if it bareheaded .and shivering, with land of some, sort.; We were too weak'to "Yes, madam, thank God, he i is better
1 'Over. Autumn the hills and with wintersummt'randspring footsteps slow- ; had happened but yesterday. I found head of the helpless ,woman on row or direct the boat in any way, but still very weak and feeble-,

Oh fora bridge of gold to fling myself, I know not how, standing aloneat lap, striving to keep the faint, but we soon found we were drifting Directly? I could speak I told
. ; Over the chasm deep and wide, midnight on a bare, bleak heath, lit ing spark of life from being rapidly in. Fortunately, just as we kind motherwho had been telegraphed your
J' That I might cross to the other side, only by the weird l light of a lowlyingmoon guished. At last, toward came into shallow water, a large breaker for when fell ill)
, Where;she is waiting-my lovemy bride!1" you my story, and
far away in the starless South. I heard a wagoner: going by, lifted us clean up and flung the boat prayed her for the love of Heaven to
;' ', "Ten years may he long he said, Across her wan face stretched a ragged hopelessly hoarse iv.ith cold and some way'in, leaving it'stranded there ; help me to find his relatives. She
< ;! 'But Slowly there is raising much his to stately win, thtre head, is much skirt of black, angry cloud, on either as I was, succeeded attracting otherwise it would l probably have been wrote immediately to her brother in
to lose: side of which the intercepted rays attention, and inducing him to overturned, and all washed away byan London, telling him the whole case
II,' ,; A man must labor, a man must choose broke into two long hazy beams of jisboth to the, ,*house._ A doctor outgoing wave.. As we crawledout and begging him to make effortto
'And he must be strong to wait! light.-one shooting far across the calm hastily sent for, who said the of the boat, which was lying on find Mr. Wagner's every
t"; ,, The years may be long, but who would family, which he
1 'w r heavens the other bending down toward woi'nan:: was almost, dead from : its side among the shingle, one of us did, without difficulty, I believe. His
." The crown (If honor must do and dare. earth, till it was lost in the and exhaustion, but that by care noticed a quantity of shell-fish adher- mother and sister went down
I;{ ICo time has he to toy with fate horizon. All around attention her life would be to the bottom. We had to Liverpool -
shadowy me, as ing just.enough instantly.
1 Who would climb to manhood's high es- They were only just
1J tate." far as the eye could reach, spread the That night I went to bed with strength left to tear them off greedily, in time; the poor fellow was almost
l !d l "Ah! life Is not ]long," he said, wild waste of moorland, save that head burning like a furnace, and. open'and devour them. If it had not gone. However, everything that could
f 1 Bowing his grand, white head. away to the right I saw the dark outline limb ,aching with pain; and been for this I believe we must have be done was done. One of the first
,;? 1 'One, two, three, four, five, six, sevenSeventy of some building-apparently a morning came it found me died where we lay, for there was a physicians in London
was telegraphed
'=l.t t4 As swallows years cleaving! As swift the their morning flight light, deserted shed or cottage As I stood down with a raging fever, brought long stretch of sand and shingle to for, and by the greatest care and devo-

.N Or golden gleams at even'. there, numb and trembling in the chill by the exposure to the damps pass before we could get sufficiently tion his life was saved. He is still
' Life is short as a summer night" night air, a; strange, irresistible im- dews of midnight on the lonely inland to,obtain any food. However, weak and feeble, but much better-
,'lI,,}t..... & How long, oh God_ i is,eternity_? pulfoie-I know not what-seized me, How long I lay like that I know hard as the shell-fish were, they servedto strong enough, indeed, to be moved
:':'rt'. I I'i I WROUGHT, HY A STRANGER. bv which I was impelled, 'as by some It' must have been many weeks, support life ,for a time. Then the from: that horrible hospital."
,.'I '" ----- unseen power, in the direction of this they told me after I had been mate, who was" the least exhausted, :Thank God I said, the tears
J i Mine is a strange story, the story of object. I drew closer and closer, my 'given up' by the doctors. I was crawled a little way in, and at last coming into my eyes. "How I should
..ft: the one even-fraught even now with heart wrenching in wild, uneven effortin lirious the greater part of the returned, bearing some turtle's eggs he like to see him, and tell him what I
r.t a haunting mystery-in a life otherwise my bosom, my breath coming in and have no recollection of had found. Day by day passed and think of him. He must be just such 3-
:f 1- monotonous and uninteresting.What short, quick gasps, and my ears so unnaturally except that when I ,vas getting we grew stronger and stronger, all except one as my Harry."
i, t subtle instinct prompts me to strained for the slightest I had a dim consciousness of a poor :Mr. Wagner, whose noble Yes, madam, I think he must,"
j tell my tale I know not, unless it be sound that I could hear the Wood presence in the room: and once self-sacrifice nearly cost him his life. answered the woman ; shall I describeMr.
':communicate hissing and rushing through the veinsof some brie kissed me on the He got a little better at last, and was Wagner to you?"

my temples. Suddenly I heard a The first persons I recognized, aple to accompany the others on short I nodded, for my heart was full of
be connected in my own mind with so sound as of some human being in pain, my senses cleared, were my hunting expeditions, but in all long or my husband and I could not trust
''M much that is weird! and inexplicable. and then a wild, wailing cry : .Harry! and the woman whom I had found dangerous adventures he had to be left myself to speak.
t:4A ll Even now, when it all lies behind me Harry Harry God help me!" and that eventful night, lying in the behind with me 'at home.' How longwe "He is tall, but so broadshoulderedthat
I /t! like "a tale that is told," fast receding then a low moan again. With one of the shed, on'the bare heath. I were on that island (if it were an you do not notice his height; hasa
and fading away into the outlived bound I rushed forward, and there, in stronger and stronger, was island) I cannot say. It must have ruddy complexion, much bronzed
} ::; past; when my blood flows coldly the shadow of the shed, crouched up out of danger, and at last was been considerably more than a year, and sunburned ; dark hazel eyes that
" through my veins, and my heart, like against the wall, I saw the form of a to'sit up in bed and talk. One I but there was nothing to mark the have a clear, honest look about them;
,Wji a wearied, wasted thing, drags slowly woman, apparently dying. I knelt at the doctor asked me if I had heard I days by. They came and went, one and a voice that has such a ring of
' 'fij on till the chill hand of death shall her side, raised her in my arms, and, history of the, woman whose life, after another, bringing always the genuine manliness and truth that it
' t stay it forever-even now I shrink as the pale light of the moon fell on said, I had saved, and when I same events and the same require- goes home to your heart like a ray of
; with shuddering repugnance and her face, I recognized the features of him "No," :he answered, "Ask ments. We saw several ships pass bya bright, fresh sunlight; hair-"
{ would fain draw back from my self- my lost husband. I recollect the wild, tell it to you"It! is' a 'most long way out to sea, but could not Whyyou: are describing; ,Har-

:; :{i imposed task. unearthly cry ringing in my ears, affair. She, too, has lost her succeed in attracting attention. ry," I interrupted,,her with a sob ; he
n itI I doubt if, under God's heaven, two whether uttered by myself or not, I and I think you} will be One morning, however, when all was just such a .one, as you say, and
: human souls ever loved each more devotedly cannot say, and then-I awoke to find I give her tale almost as it came 'k'I the others had gone for a whole day's just such another heart, brave and
",1 i:_' than did my husband and myself lying there in that silent house her own lips, omitting my hunting expedition, leaving only Mr. noble. Oh, my husband my lost hus-
;} myself. We had been married but aI' with the cold light of a cloudless moon and interruptions. Wagner and myself 'at home' in the band God give him back to me God
short twelvemonths when he came falling full on my face through the "My husband," she said, "died cottage-hut we had built, we saw a give him back to me !I"
; home one night with a haggard, ab- uncurtained window. Sleep, with the months after our marriage, and vessel come within a few miles of the There was a silence of some seconds,
" sorbed look on his face that told me recollections of that dream hauntingmy was left almost penniless, my island, and went almost mad with joyto broken only by my sobbing, and then

instantly something of importance? mind, was impossible; so I rose, in Australia wrote to me to come see that they were lowering a boatin the woman said in a forced, unnatural
;r must have happened. What it was I and, on looking out, found that my keep house for him. In the reply to our signals. It was: a little voice: Yes,madam, is very strange.Mr. .
:: :'jl;' goon learned. Business of the utmost window opened on a pair of iron stairs I went out by there was a young trading ship, bound for Liverpool, and Wagner must have been greatly -
'. ;:.1 urgency required him to start at once reaching down to a garden. In a dull man gentleman, called Wagner, manned by'as ruffianly a set as I had like your husband-and then
' for Brazil. We were to be separated, mechanical way I dressed, slipped a was very kind to me. We were ever seen. We told them the others she broke out in a wild, hystericalkind
> t he and I, for six long months-he to shawl over my head, and stepped out.I five days' journey of our would be back in the evening,and beg- of laugh, "Cannot you guess, can-
.! :'f1 journey across a world of wild, angry passed through the garden, unlatcheda when I woke up one night to find ging them to wait; but when they not you guess?"
: waters, I to drag out the weary days gate, and found myself in an open self alone in the cabin and the ship found what little chance'there was of I thougnt she was mad. My brain
,i';: : in lonely waiting and watching for his road, bordered on either side by tall fire. I sprang to the door, but getting anything for their pains, they was so confused I could neither thinknor
} ti return. hedgerows. In front the road rose ina back almost suffocated by the said roughly that if we liked to go I consider.
',ff Of the desolate weeks that followed kind of hill, until it met the line of smoke, and just as I felt my with them we could, but that they Guess what? I said.U'\ do
;{ my husband's departure I will not sky, beyond which I could see noth- ness going Mr. Wagner rushed were behind already, and could not you mean ? "
: now speak. The days dragged slowly ing. As I stepped hurriedly onward, seized 'me in his arms, and I knew afford to wait another hour for any .' We dared not tell you at once,"
II!Ii1! on, one when and at last the time the moon, which till then had been more until, when consciousness one. We begged, prayed, promised she replied. We were afraid of the
:; arrived I might expect to hear shining full in my face, darkened, and turned, I found myself in a small they should be amply rewarded, but shock. I thought you would have
; *t M!: from him. The mail from BrazIl-the when I rose to the brow of the hill a with my deliverer, the first mate, all without effect, and were obliged to suspected the truth long agocannotyou
:>B i one he had promised to write by- strange consciousness of having trod- two sailors-alone on the wide sea. go with them, leaving a note behindfor see it? The ship I went out in
' came in, but the letter I had watched den that path before came over me; keg of water and a package of our absent comrades, telling them was the Osprey. I was not going to
:t for, longed for, and prayed for through and as I found myself on the summit, were all we had in the way of that we would take steps to insure Australia, but Brazil. :My noble de-
; ,il so many weary days and restless and looked at the view which suddenly visions-enough to last us about their deliverance on getting to Eng- liverer was no German, but an English-
t nights, came not, nor had any tidingsof broke before me, an icy chill ran days. The first mate, however, land. Mr. Wagner told me that whenwe man-your husband-here he is com-
;fj ; his.ship been received. I went into through my frame, and I nearly fell clared that it might be weeks landed at Liverpool his first action ing .

; his office, where I knew they would fainting to the ground, for there- we were picked up, and that he must be to let his wife-I mean his As she spoke, I heard a footstep on
: hear directly she arrived. They told seen in the wan light of a lowlyingmoon portion them put so as to last ten mother-know of his safety. He said the stairs ; it was slow and feeble, but
: ,.. me there was no cause for anxiety, the across :which stretched a ragged at least. Seven long days and he would take me home to her, and I I knew it I knew it was he-my
i err ship was overdue, but that was a com- skirt of black, angry cloudspreadthe went by, no sign of succor and all could stay while I communicated: with husband-my Harry-come back from
.r1s mon occurrence; some accident had wild heath of my dream: still, .allowances gone! Each day Mr..' my friends in Australia. Poor fellow! the grave. The door opened. I sprangup
: lfi probably delayed her; they would silent and sombre. And, as I stood ner had taken his share of biscuit, little did he think what was before in bed with a great yearning cry of
ih telegraph directly she was "advised." there, trembling and shuddering, two the tablespoonful of water meted him The very day of our landing, love and joy, and in another momentwe
; ,)j Days grew into weeks, and weeks into long hazy beams of light-one above to him he always gave to me. 'I before he had time even to telegraph two were locked in each other s
I i "\ \ months, and yet no news of the O prcy, and one below-shot out from either not pretend to refuse, brute that I I! home, he fell down in the streets in a arms- J'ether at last.-Belgrada.o .
, )J How I l lived through that awful time side of the darkened moon, just as it In 'fact I hardly thanked him for sort of fit. They carried him to a ,
f God only knows. Night after night I had appeared before. It was some so utterly mad was I with the dreadful hospital, where I followed Notice of linsol 'eney.
i 1 lay awake thinking, thinking, thinking seconds ere I could nerve myself to cravings of hunger and thirst. I and begged to be allowed to nurse him; Ix COUNTY COURT, Nassau County administrator

;i until, utterly exhausted, I fell look to the but when I did Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt.
1 right, so, noticed, however, that, strong as but,when they asked if I were his wife of the estate of W. S. Ka Spit
i into a restless, dream-haunted sleep, there, dark and dim, I saw the outlineof appeared, the awful privation to and I told them 'No,' they refused to deceased, late of the county aforesaid haVing -
t only to toss to and fro on a wild, the deserted shed. Once more the we were subjected seemed to tell believe or even listen to my story, filed in the office of the County Judge
i 'Hi heaving ocean, over which I was want resistless impulse seized me, once moreI him more than any of the others; threatening to give me in charge as a of said county, a written suggestion notice is hereby of the
I insolvency of said estate,
1 dering in search of my lost husband. was drawn gradually but surely toward was weaker, paler, and more vagrant if. I came a ain. There was given to all persons having claims or demands
1 Day after day I would shut myself in the shed. I heard a lowmoan, ed. I soon found the reason ; for one doctor who looked kind, and I of any nature whatever against sal
i t I. my room to lie prostrate on the floor the wailing cry, and saw, just as I had when there seemed nothing before waited for him, outside, begging him estate, to file: the same, duly authenticated Judge of sail 1.
in the office of the County
i 80bbmg.u Oh, my husband! my seen it in my dream, the dark form but blank starvation, and when to tell me if there was any hope. He county, on or before the 13th day of October -
t I brave, noble husband! God, give crouched up in the shadow of the strong men began to whine and said he was afraid not. If my story A. D. 1885,at which time there will be
I ': him back to me! give him back tome But this time a rata payment to creditors entitledthereto
wall there was no like infants, he turned to me with. were true, and the patient's friends pro discharge.
J and the .Administrator
!I"I awakening, this time it was no impal- attempt at a smile,bidding me to could be found, he thought, perhaps, Witness my hand and seal as County
, pable form, I touched, but the fragile a brave: heart,'' and showing me, by the greatest care and attention, Judge of said county, this: 10th day oi
! I I will not weary the reader, and ,figure of a woman, her hair loose-lying den away in his pocket, the whole such as it was impossible for him to April, A. D. 1805. ,
1 11 i wring my own heart afresh by dwells around her, her eyes-glazed as if in lowance of biscuits that had been receive in the hospital where he/was, II. J.County Judge.;
s lug upon the black misery and hopeless 'death-looking up into mine with a out to him. They are all for you ; which was only a kind of pauper institution Fernandina, April 11,1885. 61110_
I ; agony of that fearful time. Two dumb, appealing look. Trembling and kept them on purpose,' he said, for foreign seamen, he might Warranty and-Mortgage De**:
t J I long years had gone by, and nothing affrighted as I was, I recollected thatI reply to my savage demand for possibly recover. .He said he would PAPER-75 CTS. PER DO/E>
; K 'being heard of the Osprey, it was considered had a small bottle of brandy and God forgive fuel,1 I snatched it write :Mr. Wagner's friends if I gave TEN sent upon receipt of _-ce n

f as settled beyond doubt that i water in my, pocket, placed there; in his hand like a wild beast, never him the address, but when I told him stamp. AddressFLORIDA MIRROR.
! she had gone down' and all on board I case I should require it on the journey. I, thanking him.for his noble that I did.not know. where they lived 26 Fernandina Fla.

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nUI.AES'XI) REGULATIONS mediate or prompt action is required l :shall I DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.. SEWING MACHINES, I II IT STANDS .17 THE HEAD

IN RELATION TO report to the:. President of the Board, whose i '.-"

duty it shall be in every !such case reported ALL LATE IMPROVED M.XKES, .. ..
QUARANTINE.. to institute proceedings for the enforcementof ESTAllLISHED 187O "

the law in such case provided.SEC. For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices The Light-llmming ..
Jdoptcl l>( the Hoard of Health fur ..NassauCounty 17. The Inspector !shall personally -- ,;

Fla., May IS, 1885. visit! at the quarantine grounds all vessels -ALSO-,
arriving at the harbor as soon as possible: :
SECTION 1. :During the quarantine:: season, after :such arrival iind there inspect. the DRUGS and MEDICINESIIOItSEY of description. 'ai1Cl : }
; -en'ry ESTIC"(
it shall be the duty of the pilots to conduct same, and if found in good; ) sanitary condition ,. '. A TI AcnM Jj NTII! Ir'alty Sewing Machine, "DO T

to the quarantine grounds all vessels arriving ,. and not otherwise restricted' to .' for sale. '. .*.....-..............-....-..........-..... ........................-,.,
in the' harbor of Fernandina, except the quarantine by the rules of this Board, he
lines of coastwise steamers, and bring to shall a' certificate of and -
give inspection o Old Machines .repaired at moderate
anchor at such quarantine grounds all such health, which certificate shall fully identifythe prices. This i cut shows the new style of wood work
vessels, there to remain for such time as the & CO.
shall amd.thesauiPort. vessel and certify. to her good sanitary HENIIY IIOBEIN. .that the. company is now introducing.
jNirt Physician condition.: The certificate so given shall Corner Third and Ash Streets,
)pilot shall immediately notify the be demanded and taken up by the HarborMaster 8 Fernandina. Fla..
rhvs-ician, by flying the national ensign at of the Port from the master of any G. Np
the foremast-head, flf the arrival of said vessel receiving the same and entering the i ) I -
vessels: : } ; and the said pilots shall hand the harbor, and by the Harbor Master deliveredto =1 PHARMACISTS 1= R. S. SCHUYLERARCIIITE1CT,

muster: or person having charge of said ves- the President of the Board of Health ; I

:'1'1. a copy of the! rules and regulations. and no vessel! shall be assigned to any berthor :: _- ,
HET. :2. All vessels quarantined under the -- allowed to approach any wharf or dockin I, .
|provbions( these rules shall rcmaifi at !said the harbor of Fernandina, or receive or Centre Street, ;
quarantine without communication with discharge any cargo. without first obtainingsuch DESIGNS FOR BUILDING OF ALL -

UKliore, or with any person or persons certificate. Provided, that this regulation FKKXAXDIXA, FLORIDA, inll with Plans, Detil>, Specifications 1. .0,
with other boats vessels and Superintendence,
whatever, or any pr with reference to certificate inspection .

: permission of the Port Physician ; and plying between Brunswick, Savannah, KEEP constantly on hand a tine assort- ;;
I1'" person! or persons or boats or vessels, Charleston} New Turk and Fernandina, tin of FRESH and S'lJISE FOREIGN rio Ij44i' 1885
shall visitor hold any communication with less specially ordered by the Board. and DOMESTIC /, I i
quarantined vessel, unless: by special:: Sec. 18. It shall be the duty of the Rose Leaf Fine Cut ; I
:authority from the Port Physician ; and ifa Quarantine Inspector: to order all vessels! ,

;>.\' quarantined vessel shall hold commaiin.ttion -- into quarantine found upon inspection. Drugs and Chemicals, Navy Clippings I II II II I I __ = 11
; with any other quarantined( vessel, to be in a foul and un. anittrcon- I -
then :such vessel: shall be quarantined for dition to he thoroughly cleansed amId Ilonueopathic and Patent )Medicines, and Snuffs I 1
days: additional[ in addition to all Vessels ,
1:11'1\;:: t inf ch..d. And all arriving
tit) :JI'I' lines or penalties impo.-ed: by these from ports south of 2.30 north latitude, and lrolujctu:1.Iu1' .Fancy Goods, BEST II I '- : '

n.:: .I .tIions. any vessel which may lit any time within PTNERE I
:>!.c.: :3. On and after the opening each !sixty days next. before her arrival have entered : I .
year, of the National Quarantine Station ;. at:cleared from or taken on ballast or FINE TOILET ARTICLES, ,

(iSapelo:\ Sound), all vessels from infectedpurlhaving cargo or which may at the time of arrival '- = f071NZPGr
board shall be diifited ( Artistically Beautilttl.
sickness -
\ on have on board any ballast pr cargo taken on PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
l hy the pilot to proceed to said National at any port or ports south of 2.> north lati- < r BEM-L Without a Peer.
Quarantine Station. tude:: and an'ssel hailing from, havingtouched c zQv i
IN GREAT VARIETY.Physicians' liW =
vessel arriving at this port '
Su1. 4. Any ballast
at, entered, or taken on or IX MECIIXICAL: COX TRCTIO.IT
hearing the certificate of thc National Quar- infected
cargo, at any or suspected port
antmeOflicer. taint be brought; to anchor at days before arrival and -- -
within sixty ; any pJ" Prescriptions HAS NO RIVAL !
the quarantine station, and there remain vessel sickness board of WILL FIT.
having : on any with at
until released bv- the order of the Hoard of kind, or having: had any sickness or death carefully compounded pure Drugs, TH EY ARE STYLISH. The new lines of attachment that are

Health.Sue. on board within sixty! days before arriving; reasonable prices. WILL PLEASE YOU t now being placed with each "Domestic"are
;:i. All such vessels as are describedin and no vessel shall be released from quar- THEMEN'S specialties. No other machine has them
:S.-ction :J5, arriving during the closure of antine or allowed to proceed to her destina- I I These attachments and the new wood-work
:: :
said National Quarantine Station, shall anchor tion until after full report is made by the :,.,- ;1-.P-3: FiNE SHOES I l make the Domestic" more than everwith-
(:) P,
and remain: at the Port Quarantine Inspector'and: Irt> Physician to the Boardof !2 *' Qg. :: S out question, .'
:Station:: under the personal supervision or I Health, and then only on the authorized 00-" HSJrlr :: f I
direction of the Quarantine Officer. permit of the Board, signed by the Secretary .2', Q.--., ::: Q. ... rMa "J r. HAND-MADE' The Acknowledged 'Standard of I
:'1:(". (5. All vessels arriving at this port. thereof. (? ;: r.tj; : 0 )" :'
with sickness on board, or having had the I shall :_::::.:-::(1)... (=:) _- 00 1oJ.. GOODYEAR WELTS Excellence.FOR .
SEC. 19. The Inspector: interrogatethe .
during will at all seasons oftheyear.no :: = =0' .
same voyage MACHINE
from what either master of any and every vessel! arriving, ::: ') ::: .; yq'yq
matter port 3? X *-
American or foreign, anchor at the quaran- under oath touching all matters upon whichit -}..... O='I ---..-', "s, y rs '. SEWED. I
of the
is the Inspector -
remain until releasedby duty ;.:." = ,,
tine station, and there to be informed, and if the master ... _._ ..J ;: :;;::1
order of the Board of Health. Physician :; Q MCTON G
south of 25 of any vessel shall refuse to answer any C ->_C/J 0 .v-::. n IIOBEIN 1
'SJ:c. 7. Vessels from ports the In- (:) .::: ::: (: 1:' RCSTQ ,
question or questionsput to him by ::: CJi -
north latitude will, during the entire year, en an'7w I
be required to discharge any and all ballastat spector Port Physician, or shall answer :- 3.... M"C.,.;.: ...tJ: FERNANDIXA, FLORIDA.
station. evasively or untruthfully, or if the Inspectorshall =.Q G m:7: :

SEC.the quarantine 8. On and after May 1st and until have reason to suspect concealment, IIW;:: : W ti: MADE BY

November 1st of each year, and longer if and he may it shall extend be his his examination duty in such to th cases crew to; hJ* k 1' trj HATHAWAY SOULE & HARRINBTOH.' I Aleuts wanted in unoccupied territory.

the Hoard of Health so determine coastwise order the vessel into vessels must anchor at the quarantine S'S-a' p station. Vessels from non-infected or non- abide the order of the Board. ::.: =_:: : : and Sold Every: where 1.Jtrlt, class dealers. We DOMESTIC: SEWIXG MACHINE CO..
SEC. 20. vessel shall be required, use first-class stock and but skilled
Every employ none
will not be detained longer Q ; :; UICIDIO\D VA.
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suspected ports workmen.
all hallast r1 As we have had more and longer experience -
without to discharge :::
than necessary for the quarantine officer to ", Cyr;:::; ;:.M... in KoniljrenrWf'itrt than any other manufacturers i
Island during
himself of their perfect sanitary i at the ballast grounds on Tiger t=:) CJ'-4 orMEN'SFINE SHOES,it acknowledged by
satisfy the of all that wv rake the li-tnl. Ak!: vour dealer for the Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc. at i
eason quarantine. a quart, ,
3 3 !! S t::;
condition. Vessels from ports south of 25 -2. HATHAWAY SOu'LH( is fUHRiWTON: SHOE, If
north latitude will hato comply with SEC. 21. The Board of Health for said % :> t"i trj you are lkin'!r..' .. -.I.. '.ntnmf'lliumprfce. JACOB KLAKER'S. '
shall and will in sustain 2" ap : ;
county every
Section 7, be fumigated at least twice, and ) 3 n) _S- .O -
the Inspector and Quarantine Physician to ::: ,
detained at least fifteen (lays.SEC. co JS -a
shall be the utmost, in all lawful acts and endeavors :; -
9. The coastwise steamers.
allowed to come to their wharves and be ('n his part to enforce quarantine regula- C '<, r-J''o: E .
tions of this port, and the Inspector and =J.
there otherwise inspected ordered by the by Port him Physician, but no,person unless Physician of the Port is authorized to send ......... | -- ...:i>,! Q. .!
into vessel refusal to ::: rJfC.-: .
or freight or baggage: shall be landed, quarantine any upon S Xll: -
the fees prescribed by the port regulations :) ;bCl :
nor persons allowed to go on board, until pay _
permission be given by the Port Physician ; on demand for any purpose whatever, O_ -Q.... c'f=' i
and if it be found! by the Port Physicianthat there to remain until ,paid, and the masteror :; q !
said steamers have any sickness or contagious person in command of any vessel, or any ( a :;, :'.Z-5 i
to and the ::! = -I ,:.:.: p,
person, refusing recognize respect .
disease on board, said steamers ;:" '., :..;.. W
shall be immediately ordered to the quaran- authority, or obey the order, of the Inspector o. --" ..

of tine SEC cash ground.10.year From, no vessel May 1st from to an November infected 1st or of any his or Physician duties person, shall obstructing acting be dealt within the with.his performance authorityor accordingto w:=;:::;::. .<_z_:Q:._:7-cOOQ::'03.;v:.>.J.3iw-.--."COtyl :>.......... m 1J WHITNER" SCHUYLER I :

suspected latitude will be allowed to either law. |- 'o :
lighter or bring cargo of fruit up to the city. SJ C" 22. The Inspector and Physician -05"E' : ". m .
SEC. 11. Pilots must in each case, before shall keep astrictarcountof fees collected, t w 7"Z ,
boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary and authorized to be collected pursuant to .
the regulations of the Board, and shall
condition of vessels in must
; no case they Iii the Circuit Court, .
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.,,. ... '
has had same during voyage ; in such cases the same ; which reports, certificates, per- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU ; : '
they must either direct to Sapelo Quaran- mits, and statements !shall: all be filed among COUNTY FLORIDA.
tine Station, lead the vessel in, or have their the records of the Board by the Secretary
small boat hoisted alongside clear of the thereof. ALOXZO B. NOYES, 1 '
water, and in this way pilot the vessel in. Approved and adopted by the Board of vs. In C ltallcery.J iTo. 47 CErE: =l.E: STE: =tlE-ET: : ,
Health for Nassau 18 188.3" ELLEN E. WADLEIGH.,and
SEC. 12. The Physician shall receive, from County May J .. -
every: vessel visited by him under the provisions J. D. PALMEU, President.II. OIlX II. WADLEIGH.A .
of this ordinance, a fee of five dol- J. BAKER, Secretary. BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN

lars for foreign and three dollars for coastwise --- --- -. --,- -. the above entitled cause, and process
vessels, and for each certificate of Hew Advertisements regularly issued therein, and it appearingthat A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use:

health issued by him under the provisionsof the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleigh
these regulations he shall receive a fee of and John Wadleigh reside beyond the

two dollars, and for each and every vessel limits of the State of Florida, to wit, in one
fumigated: ,he shall receive a fee of twenty of the United States.It .
dollars for the first fumigation and for each is therefore ordered that the defendants,
and every subsequent fumigation a fee often Ellen E. Wadleigh and the said John H. FINE GOOtRIE TEA AND COffEE

dollars, and any vessel having on board To travel and fell the trade the staple and cele Wadleigh, do appear in the said Circuit
any sickness of an infectious or malignant NE\VYORK&HAVANACIGAHCOllIPA.Cigars, Tobaccos and CMirarettrs Y. Liberal of the Court and demur, plead or answer the said ,

character, shall the Port Physician, in arrangements. SALARY or COMMISSION; mid to the bill on or before the first Monday in December -
addition to the move fees, the sum of eight rlght mar For term address! at once. Mention this next, A. D. 1885, otherwise the statements -'
dollars for attendance and averments and in said bill
per day a 57 Broadway, New York. charges !
reasonable charge forl medicines. In no .- contained will be taken as confessed and a
shall the Port be entitled decree confesso entered therein in conformity
case! Physician to pro Pure Spices, Canned Goods,
any other fees than those provided in these ENGINES GINNING. to the rules regulating such causes.
regulations.SEC. July 8th; 1885.
13. Each and every person, or each Most economical and durable. Cheapest in the JOHN A. EDWARDS, 4 '
and every vessel or other craft, who or market, quality considered. SAW MILLS, CORN Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla.
which shall be found guilty of any viola- SHELLERS, CIDER MILLS.COTTON PLANT- Fernandina, Fla., July 11,1885. 3m

tion shall of, upon these conviction regulations,, or be their fined provisions not more, ERS ERALLY.; AND Send STANDARD A.for catalogue.A. IMPLEMENTS; GEN- In the Circuit Court, ", Imo rte Pickles mi uuGes Met! Fruits Nuts

than $1,000 or be imprisoned for not more FARQUHAR, ,
than two years, or both, at the discretion of Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, York, Pa. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU'
the court. I! COUNTY, FLORIDA
SEC. 14. In case of the absence or sicknessof
the Port Physician, he shall have authority College of Physicians l Surgeons ELVIRA C. HORSEY, EMILY[
to appoint a deputy, which deputy shall I .
l bl' a practicing physician. BALTIMORE, mD. and CHARLES A. NOYES, CRACKERS AND CANDIES : '

SEC 15. The Inspector and Physician of This School offers to Medical Students unsur- vs. } In Chancery. ', :
said Port shall report at each regular meet- passed Clinical and other advantages. Send fora ELLEN S. WADLEIGH, JOHN I .,. .. .
lug, of the Board, all vessels! arriving at the Catalogue to Dr. THOMAS\ OPIE, Dean, H.'VADLJ.IGHandALOxzo | '. *" :':' t\: .
179 N. Howard Street.
harbor! of Fernandina, destined for any portin B. NOYES. J
the county of Nassau, and report the BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN : '
sanitary condition of every such vessel. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. A the above entitled cause, and process Toilet Soap. and Perfumery, 'r *o .

The port or ports from which every such regularly issued therein, and it appearingthat I.: .

vessel cleared, or at which she may have two of the said defendants, to wit, Best Brands Family Hour : ;
touched within sixty days next before her DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING. Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and John II. Wad- ; .

arrival ; the character of lading of every Complete courses in Analytical Chemistry, Geology leigh, reside beyond the limits of the Stateof

vessel l, whether arriving in cargo or ballast, and Civil and Mining Engineering. For Florida, to wit., in one of the United Choice Butter and Cheese ;,' ': ?
and if in ballast the kind of ballast where Catalogue, apply (P.O. University of Virginia) to States. "
taken on and where discharged ; and further, DR. JAMES F. HARRISON, Chairman. It is therefore ordered that the said defen- i
the mode or method adopted by him in the dants, the said Ellen E., S. Wadleigh and Hams Bacon Lard etc
inatterof cleansing or disinfecting any ves- send for our Select List of John Wadleigh, do appear in the said ,
sel requiring purification, or arriving from ADVERTISERS: Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Circuit Court and demur, plead or answer ; : : ;;" '< I'I'h'
an infected or suspected port, and the char- 10 Spruce Street, 2'ew York. the said bill on or before ,the first Mondayin "> i )
acter and quantity of material used or employed Decembernext, A. D. 1SS5 otherwise the :' :" ;';::\::' :: ,

for such purpose, and shall report all ONTO CTJXU3)E 3XTO y'.A.2"' statements, averments and charges in said ".-- I.I'I
sickness of kind found vessel bill contained will be taken as confessed, "
any on any DICKEY'SPAINLESS' .
arriving, the character of the disease, the and a decree pro confesso entered therein in I ., ,, :' CIGARS AND TOBACCO. .<" : ;... : 1I 1\\
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number sick. etc. EYE WATER conformity to the rules regulating such I '- ftI \

SEC. 10. The Inspector shall further report .--- ... causes. .
to the Board without delay any and AT ONCE. Cures inflamed and July 8th, 1885.JOHN I ) "t''
every violation or infraction of any of the RELIEVES in a few hoars.' 'Gh-esNO PAIN.Pnce A. EDWARDS _
rules or regulations of said Board relating 25 cents bottle. Ask for it. Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. .
to & ANDERSON, Bristol Team .....Free Delivery. ,Fresh Supplies AVeeltly. marg.: =;
quarantine; and in all cases where im DICKEY Prop'rs Fernandina, Fla., July 11, 1885. 3m' .

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. I '!:'iiL' fc\LOJMDA 'IIlI1 01 tributed by the Republican committee AN UACTIC.-tBLi'TION.The nOPOSl-_ Among the Floridians here we Traveler's Guide.

to pay the poll tax of those voters notice Bishop and Mrs. Young, Dr.
of Trade of sister TRANSIT A PENINSULAR
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. who are not willing to pay their own Board our Denette,' L. J. Fleming and Mrs. Day Passenger Train leaven RAILROAD.

city have been.discussing the.estab- and children of Jackson For Cedar Ievand Wild\V'ood.
Subscription, >$2 six months >81. tax. In this point of view the imposition Fleming and
per year; '
lishing of a ]ine of steamers between all points on Transit Road._10.<>5.
of a poll tax may be of questionable ville ; Mrs. Judge Lfoggett. Dr. Phil- FurSa\lI1nahantlal1pint North a.nl.

OiBee corner Centre and First streets,second floor. propriety, unless the payment New York and-Jacksonville.. They lips, and Mr. 'Hampton and wife, of and West........JQ."->a.Ill.
have interviewed Messrs. Mallory in (connecting at Callahan.)
'j i BATES OF ADVERTISING. of the tax shall be'made requisite Gainesville, etc. For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all

,1 I Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for. reference to the putting on such and Octoberare points on the Florida Central &
to August September
I previous any Western Railroad................ ...10.
each subsequent fnserf Ion.Special steamers as could cross the bar, and oconnecting .Ill.
:, election.In healthful months here. F. ( at Baldwin.)
local notices', 15 cents a line.
: Heading notices, 25 cents line. elections believe the draught of. which must be under Day PassengerTrain arrives
a municipal we -1- % -- -- -----------
i. I feet of water to at From Cedar Key, \Vildwood,.8I1(
for time advertisements
Special application cross even
upon An Decree in. the United
that justice requires that there shouldbe Important all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 n.
at the office.Communications m.
I high tide, and probably it would not States Court. From Savannah and all points in
taxation when there is
represen- the North and \
.) upon all matters of local inter- be considered safe to come in with I In the United States Circuit Court Tuesday, From Tallahassee.Vest'i Pensacola. ."hnt.
tation. It is that and
an injustice men
: est solicited from all parts of the county and from more than ten, feet. Four such His Honor Judge Settle made the following all points on the Florida Central
: along the lines of Florida'railways.All who own no property and pay no order and then adjourned the court for the, Western; Ilailroal..1'P
communications intended for publication i taxes should be eligible to official steamers would cost :Mr. :Mallory say term Night Passenger Train leaves .Ill.

'I should be addressed the Editor; all business one million of dollars, as they would Win. Tunno et. al. vs. the Florida Railroad For Wild wood. Goop. ,
letters simply to THE FLORIDA :\IIRROR.I. positions which give them the powerof Company et. al.-in equity : Savannah and all points North nl

control over the property of others require to be new steamers built Ordered.. That the: hill in this case be dismissed and West. 5.30( p.tits
"I'f for the as to the defendant the railroad (connecting at Callahan.)
f : S fflTD4JP,4TJGUST 8, 1885. especially purpose.
to impose burdens which theydo company and that decree be drawn in accordance Alight Passenger Train arrives
I. not'share., There has been so far no increaseof :' From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
-. depth on the bar during the five This is the slit we are informed that has all points on the Transit Uoad.: S.oJ'J(\a 111.
QUESTION. From Savannah and all iii
a : THE FUNERAL OBSEQUIES TOGENERAL years or more the government engi- for a long time embarrassed the sale or dis- the North and West......, 8.-
\ The poll tax question is not one of GRAXEThat Uccl'at pIzalof:: the lands of the Florida Railway From 1)ctl al"Ia. Tallahassee, ami oJ') a. nl
have : work.It .
such supreme importance the dis- neers ; and Navigatfou; Company, formerly Florida all points on Florida Central &

Gen. Grant's funeral should, has been estimated i that a channel Railroad COll1pany.-lJeulhl. Western Railroad............... 'a'.<""' n. ID.
cussion of the question in the Convention -
be made dignified and accompanied thirteen to. fifteen feet in depth FERNANDINA &
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would seem to indicate. with all the funeral pomp and ceremony could be excavated to connect Cumberland The East Florida Seminary.EAST Train leaves daily, except Sunday
I That all who have the means should FLORIDA For Jacksonville! ,
is and SEMINARY: \ 700-i. III.
possible befitting proper.As Sound at Fernandina with For Jacksonville ..... .
contribute in form to GAINESVILLE. FLA., August :5. j 3 0 1>' ni
some support Train arrives
the funeral cortege passes on to- the St. John's river, thus insuring an To the Honorable the County Commissioners of From Jacksonville daily c.tceptlIdtll-

r 1 the government which protects their day through the streets of the great open passage to the sea at all times, Nassau County: From Jacksonville.......................11.18 T.lOp.a. m m..
t ;; rights and guards their liberties is such This open letter is addressed to you for tjmtllUouI-

I1 : metropolis, accompanied by a without delay. or hindrance at a the purpose of calling the attention of the From Jacksonville! ....................10.20a m
unquestionable. following as was probably never before cost of $200,000-less than onethirdof citizens of your county to the right they From Jacksonville SAO *
is not have of sending to this Seminary twice as For Jacksonville p.m.
Suffrage a privilege, a right, 6.5ua."in'
seen in this country, the whole the cost of four perishable vessels.It many State students as the! county has For? Jacksonville ..:. .">.15 !
4 except it becomes so under the law. Representatives in the lower house of the p 111
land will to the sound of the tolling
would the of wisdomto MALLORY LINE.
seem part General Assembly of the State of Florida
im- ;
law has
The supreme a right to bell, with flags at half-mast and with look to the practical mode of and also for the purpose of securing: as far For New York direct, by steamships -
pose conditions and restrictions. It as possible, some uniform system in the appointment State of Texas or City of
funeral services, unite as one peoplein bringing sea steamers to Jacksonville of these students both as to time San Antonio Thursday evening 7.00 n'm.

)1)L prescribes a certain age, a certain the last honors paid to an emi- rather than to strive for and method. Your honorable body holds From New York direct by City of -
length of residence a certain; place over- the appointing power and I therefore respectfully San Antonio and State of Texas,
; / } nentfman who had held the highest coming natural'obstacles which have ask permission* to make the following every ,Friday......... ?. 3.00 p.111.
when and where alone the
privilegeis position in her armies and the highest suggestions : ST. MARYS RIVER.
to be exercised. It prescribes thata nearly proven themselves to be "in- 1st. As to Time.-Let all appointments be Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
I office of State. The oldest and superable." With a thirteen foot made at your meeting in September. For St. Marys and Crandall Tuesday -

man may vote and a woman may : the the maiden and the 2nd. As to Method.-Let all appointments and Friday...................... :3.00: p.111.
not the of the youngest, channel open between the rivers St. be made upon application presented in the For :St. Marys and Dungeness, on

although intelligence matron, the statesman and the rustic and St. John's of form furnished by this Seminary.3rd. Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p. m.
latter is equal to the former. Mary's steamships As to Iteiiewals.-Let all appointmentsbe For St. Mary's and King's Ferry,

will alike share in the memorial ser existing models and now constructed made each year. If an appointee of the Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.
It is absurd to of manhood
speak previous wishes to be reappointed
y vices in honor of General Grant. year a Steamer Martha arrives
could be the line.
suffrage and natural rights. IenJln."e placed upon second time the request should be granted ; From St. Marys and Crandall on
Twenty years have elapsed since the We find in the Times-Union of but he should be required to make application -
a Monday and Thursday............. ..00 a.mu.
such the law
privileges as gives close of the civil war. The infant boy for his reappointment. From St. Marys and Dungeness
recent date the
following statementsof It is believed that the adoption of the
and ..._
them. It is entirely right and con- on Wednesday Saturday 9.00a.m.
then in his nurse's arms, is now a last month's imports and exportsover above regulations will secure to all the youthof From :;Mary's and King's Ferry,

sistent that the privilege of voting, citizen to whom that past is the your county an equal chance to obtatn anappointment Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00p.m.
the St. John's. bar, viz: 1,555 and will insure representationfrom
and thus in the controlof -- -- -
relation of tradition and your county every Seminary session.
history. tons of broken stone for Gents' Furnishing' Goods, Notions ,
affairs should be throwingon The qualifications for admission! into the etc.
public accompanied -
Four-fifths of the men who shared Seminary are as follows, viz : at cost atP.UL
to bars and
the 627
jetties 4,121
j with FUNKE'S DRY GOODS E;\rroalrx.
a corresponding obligation The applicant must be thirteen years old,
in that long and terrible conflict
I to contribute to the support of tons railroad iron, 5,000 bundles and if a boy, and twelve if a girl. Must be ableto

with a majority of the distinguishedleaders 17,000 boxes shucks 500 barrels fertilizers read intelligibly, write legibly perform Post-Office Xotice.
I the -
with reasonable the of addition
government. facility operation -
on either side, have preceded Office Hours-From 8:00 .\. M. to C:00 p. v.
400 barrels oil, 32 tons and substraction, multiplication and division -
i The schools hours 10:30 to .
public are supported Sunday : A. M. 11:30.Jr.\
in arithmetic, and should have
to. the grave the great military leader 84 bundles hay 7GO'barrels] of flour some .Money: Orders and Registered Letters from
tax The knowledge of primary geography.The
by a :: man'who
i g j, upon'property who is laid at rest to-day. The men 475 tons of ice. at such State law requires that in all cases 8:00A. M. to.1:00 P. )1.; and fronv.2-.GOx
Looking ar- .
| has accumulated to 3:30 m.ARRIVAL
no property preference be given to applicants of suitable p.
who fought the fight the men who
has property in his.labor. He just ticles as might form a cargo for qualifications who will agree to teach in the AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

} stood in array against each other on find but 400 public. chools of the State. Transit & Peninsular Railroad
f as much owns labor, or the wages of steamships we nothing No one should be appointed who is not Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.45P.M.
labor the who has his the battlefield have yielded to death. barrels of oil and 760 barrels of flour, sure of attending the school. Persons are Brings mails from the North the
as man placed the great conqueror, carrying with often appointed who by accepting and holding Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
labor or the wages of his labor invisible equal to about 5 car loads of mer the appointment debar others from the railroads.

f, them no animosities into the world chandise. Not a promising privilege and yet make no use: of it them- Closes daily except Sunday..........10:00 .\.)1.
property which can be taxed. not and believe very selves. Your.obedient servant, Takes mails for the North, the
beyond. May we hope -
The proposition to require the outlook for a line of steamers. EDWIN P. CATER Sup't E. F. S. Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
pro- that those who survive and roads.Lc'sburg .
The for month
duction of a poll tax receipt to show exports the same train arrives daily......... 8:40.)1..
those who fill their in the List Letters
places of
300 barrels and mail
were empty 2,800- Brings Western only.
that has
I that much
a man
busy life of to-day have agreed with 000 feet of lumber of which the l Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- Fernfiiiflinn &C- Ja,,;.'nnville III:ilrortd-
s' of his duty is not an unreasonable only dina Nassau county. Florida August Sth Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:15; A.M.
one consent at the end of this first
,l requisition of the man who claims to barrels would be sent by steamers. 1883.: Persons calling for these letters must Brings the Jacksonville St.
score of to bury the animosities John's river mails.
years advertised
exercise the of The truth is that the business of say :
; privilege voting. the bitterness, the sectional hate 'Brooks, R B Johnson George Closes'! daily except Sunday..10:30 A.M.
I It is a much less onerous and oppressive Jacksonville is almost entirely car- .Brown Annie Liane, :\1argaretBusli. Takes the Jacksonville,John's
of the past, and as a 'united people ; River and Northern mails.
'! regulation than educational ried on by rail, and we see no reasonto : James Rounds Miss J J
an leave all the dead past behind us Cook :Miss Rebecca Roach James Sunday JlailJacksonville
qualification. A man suppose that the course of busi- Chanson, Henry Robertson James and St.John's River

ri I may except its better and its nobler features will be Douglas, Mrs Mary Sibelly, Peter arrives...............".....................10:25 A. M.
I earn the amount necessary to pay of in suffer- ness changed. Fisher, Edward' Smith, Celia Northern mail arrives.........:....... !f:00 P. )1.
' I bravery, patience -- ------- Garvin, Alexander Webster II 2 Jacksonville, St. John's River and
his tax in
poll a day, or some kind ing, patriotic devotion and faithfulness SOUTHERN SUMMER R.ESOR.TS.SEWANEE Hernandez, Starrite Whitney E E the North closes....................... 6:00 .r.
political committee may loan him TENX., Aug. 4, 1885. Howay, AndrewVilliams, Miss; H Jacksonville and St. John's River
.r, to duty, forbearance and gene- James Dousher. only, closes............................. 4:00 p. M.SAML. .
the amount but he Southern the
cannot people are learning
acquire rosity in the victors, unsullied honor HELD FOR POSTAGE-Willie 0 Caldon, T. RIDDELL. I). M.
' I an educational qualification in a day, value of their own health resorts, Plymouth, N H. 2; Thomas. McCollough,
\ and brave submission in the -
van- Cedar Key, Fla.
,'1 :E nor can' any political committee furnish quished.As and their advantages on the score of S. T. RIDDELL, I*. ;M.

t him with one. economy and uniformity of temper- WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,
"i.t"J !, to-day there will be seen among An Open Frank Letter.-It is by
a ; From the clamor made over ature. Round-trip; tickets are issuedto
those chosen as representative men no means strange that Dr. David Kennedy MERCHANT,
1D : .abridging the rights of the citizen, to bear the dead hero's pall Johnstonand a large number of places scattered should have received the following letter. COMMISSION-AXD--

:: the oppression of the who through the of Georgia By reading it you will see in one minute
,4 I poor man Buckner side by side with Sherman up-country why its writer could recommend it.-ED.] Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
!J is without a dollar, the discrimination North and South Carolina and Ten- Mr. J. W. Horner, traveling agent: for Am- ,
and Sheridan, so we trust bach Burgander & Co., Baltimore Md.,
... : against the man and of nessee. The excursion ticket to this BY THE
. poor everywhere be seen those who says : My head felt bad and I was suffering -
the rights of manhood suffrage one point costs about Uyenty-fiye dollars, ; from indigestion. A trial of FavoriteRemelh"
wore and honored the blue and the made me feel like a new man. I For Domestic or Export Trade,
i1 I would suppose that the virtue and united and is good until November 1st; cheerfully recommend it to all needing a
gray as one people. "
jl '' patriotism of the country were embodied board by the month at from $1 to medicine of the kind. FERNANDIXA FLORIDA.
;tJI '; in the dollarless patriot who AMONG the most fastidious people 81.40 per day.' It will readily be Great bargains in Parasols, Mitts, Lace

I wants to vote but does not want to seen that this is much less Goods etc., at
there is an impression that the flavor expen- PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS E IPoP.Iml. C. C. STRATTON & CO.,

-j pay the poll tax, which goes to edu- of tea is wholly ruined by a sive than Saratoga, Newport, the

', i i cate his free-schooled children. journey on salt water. All the White Mountains, or other .Eastern For, Sale. OF )MACON GEORGIA,

I On the question of right there is crowned heads and wealthy nobilityof resorts, and below the expenses at Two city lots adjoining each 100 feet MADE THE NODE KIlO'S,

1 u i! nothing to be said against the imposition Europe use tea, therefore, which the majority of the Virginia springs. square. ; On location one of desirable the lots is; a neighborhoodselect. six-room cot- .HAVE Agents to contract,. ,for Fla.the, sale the of authorized their-

t, ,li i of a poll tax as a prerequisite costs them three times the prices Quite a number of Floridians come tage, with kitchen ; piazza on three sides ;

' 1 I of voting. On the question of expediency paid in America for a brand bearing to Sewanee, which presents the I advantage streets always;cool ground in summer.high and dry Lots;.no face sand on ;three best BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .

i it be said and of cool bricked well of water in town ; half dozen
|| a temperatureand
'I' may perhaps the same name, but which is brought very sweet orange trees four years old; several wishing to purchase will get all information -

RU f truly said, that men who will not by Russian traders in caravans overland good living, with the 'fine society sour trees_bearing; peaches and grapes two as regards prices from them.

I a dollar poll tax had better not China. of a university town and the years oM.Enquire. Samples of different qualities and styles
pay from The trade is
' very of_ GEORGE F. LEWIS can be seen at the office of

vote, and that it puts them into a. profitable, and it is largely to protect many: occasions, of interest which Office Town Improvement Company. MODE BRO'S,

'1 position of being willing that their it that Russia is so jealous of her the university affords in its lectures, 2G Fernandina.
Valuable Lands for Sale
g tax should be paid for them, and a Asiatic possessions. orations, contests, games, and chapel, Tracts containing twenty acres each of JAMES JleGIFFIX,

consequent obligation to vote in accordance services. There is now gathered herea choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake
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with the direction of those A LONDON paper says that in a large assemblage of people from suitable for orange growing and truck farming CONTRACTOR

g ,,;t who pay his poll tax for him. very few years three-fourths of the all the Southern States, and many 'are,very are now conveniently offered for situated sale. for These transportation lands- 'Street, between Second and Third.

;! In Philadelphia, where there is a receipts of breadstuff from the bishops and other church dignitaries. by water or rail. and will be sold on
The temperature as I write is terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques FERNANDINA, FLA.
I f large number of colored voters, it is United States will probably come in tionable. Also valuable timber lands in -
at 70 and has not exceeded 83 this distance carefully
Orders and estimates from a
I bodies. G. R.
, said. that money regularly con- the shape of flour. it is said. :?')..tf'
.. .. : "' .' ;. February 16. 1882 Fernandina Fla. attended to. .
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< 4 -* I tIn As nearly] all my competitors are now selling their goods at manufacturers ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

the Circuit Court, *' prices, it is my intention to dispose of my .entire t stock.

COUNTY, FLORIDA. J THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- +
sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
ALOS/O B. No YEP:, 1
ftA. OF COST This Line, having 110 Transfers between Fcriiamlimi antI New

I The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
HILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN in order to make room for my Fall and Winter Stockwhich; I ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
the above entitled tsiu&e, and ]>rocessregularly connections FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD
intend shall surpass anything ever before brought to this city. My at -
issued therein, and'it appearing for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. ..
hat the defendants Ellen E. S. WadleighOJK stock comprises in part Dry Goods] Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
John II. Wadleigh reside beyond the and RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA and with the
limits of the State of Florida Shoes Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold ;
to wit, in one
of the United States.It '
is therefore ordered that the defendants,

Wkdleigh, do appear in the said Circuit freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to I
Court and demur, plead. the said
or answer f
bill on or before the first.. Monday in December -
next, A. D. 1885 otherwise the statements but are offered at lower figures than can be secured at any auction FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
averments and charges in said bill H. MALLORY & CO.,
contained will be taken as confessed and a sale. They are from the best known manufacturing and importing Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

decree pro confesso entered therein in conformity houses in the country, and are worth double the price I am ask- -
to the rules regulating such causes. ,

Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla.
Fornandina, Fla., July 11, 1885. 3m BE CLEARED OUT EL E. DOTTERER i

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FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAU however, to make room for the large shipments t am constantly

receiving by New York Steamers. I would say to those who"are in -f- +

HL'\l1J.\.. NOYES.C HOCSEV E. P., NOYES EMILYA. need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line,to give me a call FINE FAMILY GROCERIES !

vs. :; In Cltancery. *
I IU. ,

1ULL HAVING BEEN FILED IN and I feel will be satisfied
t ( sure they that. I am selling better goodsfor
the above entitled and
issued therein, and it appearing less money than ever before offered in Fernandina. .. > '. i
tint two of the said defendants,- to wit, ..
ici'rli, reside beyond the limits of the State i){...S. PAUL I I I FUNKE'S.J "4" }',>:.
or Florida t.o.wit.., in one of the United { ..
: ;, i 'c PURE AND OF GOOD
states .&} < QUALITY. 1
It is therefore ordered that the said defen- .r" '
''lanls, the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and ...;-: --DRY GOODS EMPORIUM, f-'::,':c:.:, '. ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF I,

jahu II. Wadleigh, do appear in the said .,:::1 ', ;. ". ..,',
CircuitOoiirt and demur, plead or answer l"1.; ':- :' '-; +- }
the sail bill on or before .the first Monday ; :;..;; Centre Street, .' '. iS
"{ two Doors above Second Street. .., FINE rl 1 TEAS AND COFFEES 1 f
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December the ,
next, A. D. 18S5, otherwise ;!;;;;h'.1"4'':, [
'lalcments! averments and charges in said w..rti, ','1\.,\-.:-'_ : .. .."'..,.. ', _' f- .
bill i J'f." .r', '.+:'. '-. ... '.. ',..,.::. .,. _..,':..:, +
contained will be taken as confessed, "fr-1- : '"'- '7"','''''' i
card decree pro confesso entered therein in .'. "",-.f,'0::<.,...1.... ', ....,i.,<". ', ,. '...'... ''," conformity to the rules regulating such :. d;.." .;." : ': ';> .

a"July es.8th. 1SS JOHN:). A. EDWARDS.a ,S t.'t : ;: : : ;; i GOODS Received;: by' Every. Steamer.. t

Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. .: : :: ;

l'eruludina. Fla., July n,.18S5. <" 3m z, I\.4:1: Jl f1"<':.Ti :. l Cor. Second and Centre. Sts., FERXANDIXA; FI.A. i

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GI XEItJ\.L DIRECTORY. 'Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Shuler. --

----.- Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent of fyliools-Dr.T.II.Jackson_ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

United States Ofliccrs., Santa Fe.Superintendent. MADISON COUXTY.
ScJiools L. B. Rhodes
1 of ,
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE Starke. County Judge-II. M. ,yithcJSl: >OOIl, Madi
tj .ilegister-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. BREVAKD COUXTY. son. -
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Sheriff S: A. Parrimore, Madison.i\
4 .Surreyur-GeneraJ- County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Clerk-John-Mi; )Beggs, Madison 0

DISTRICT COURT. % Point. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel. J. Perry,
.Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.
Madison. .
a.. Settle Jacksonville.
.TulThomas ,
Sheriff John II. Laws, City Point. '
;' JIzrsltfll-.T. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. Bre- County Treasurer S:S. Smith Madispn.
Collector D.Vf.
ofReveiiue- McQuaig.
Walter Jacksonville Collector of Ret"enueB. Wadsworth,
j'' I .Cleric' -: Philip vard County. ; Madison.

F' INTERNAL REVENUE. Superintendent of Schools-M. ,E. English, COUNTY.
'M< Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Titusville MANATEE.

r COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. CAJ.lIotS.Clmty County JudJe-Z. fl; Crawford, :Manatee..
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith. Manatee.
i John W. Howell PcrnaIi ina. William Clark.
; Judge-
Sherijf-A. Watson, Pine Level. '
; Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Clerk-James S. Fannin.
Collector Revenue :Marion: G. Carlton
of -
r P. E. Wit ell, St. Augustine. .- Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Popash. ,
Treasurer J. P. Pilchards. ,
Schools-Felix J. Seward
Superintendent of
Collector Ret.'Cllue-Joel'P. Atkins.
State Ofliccrs. of Pine Level.
Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Cox well.
lf EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Gocernor CLAY COUXTY. County Judge-Samuel}Marshall, Ocala.
-Edward .\.. Perry, Tallahassee. Clerk-Robert.Bullock, Ocala.
II. County Judge-J.. T. Copeland, Orange A.'B. Ocala.
; : Iiertenulnt-G'overrwr-Milton Mabry, Sheriff Crntcktield 1 a } N' II r 71 r
#,.. Leesburg. Park. Collecor of Revenue W. F. Trant ham, rt t1r -
Secretary of Slate-John L. Crawford, Tal Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. ;
James W. DeWitt Green Cove
lahassee. Sheriff Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine,

t: VomJtfollerD.. Barnes, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort McCoy.
Crill. Collector of Ret'enue-A. S Chalker.
.ullr'r-E. S. MONROE COUNTY.
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis,
t Attorney-General M. Cooper, Tallhaas-
County .Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. .
Middleburg. c----- r Y
A see. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key 'Vest.I' +
Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. lJernerritt,.Ker West. SOUrNPUB CO.NY'a '" !9Ri+ "ySar'r r's_- T

E Superintendent of Public I/1lrllctiQn-A. J. County Judge"'. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'ellueln:: ,S., Moreno, (
Clerk John Vinzant Jr. Lake ,
Russell, Jacksonville. : City. Key West.
t4 L A.Adjutant-General\'ill Lang. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key 40 Eo NOYE
SUPREME COURT. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. West. ,
a Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer,
; Chief JusticeGeq. G. )[McWhorter. NASSAU COUXTY. DEALER IN
) Lake City., County Judge-Hinton J. Baker Fernan-
Associate Justice George'I llaney:: Talla- BADE. dina. ,

iiM; J, hassee.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenluirgh, County Judge Allen\ E. Ileyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES
Clerk P. W. Faulkner. ,
Jacksonville. Sheriff John A. Ellerruann Fernandina.

Clerk-D. Wilson, Tallahassee. Sheriff T"eflSltrer-J.=Win.Win.M. :Mattaur.: Ewan. nandina.Assessor of Tares-Win. II. Garland, Fer Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,

'CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector of Rel.'enue-\Ym. II. Ben est. Collector of Rez.'enuearren F. Scott.. :Fer- .

s' First Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, I'ensacola. DUVAL COUXTY. nandina. FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,
Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
Second C.cuU-nwhl S. Walker, Tallahas- County Judge-William McLean, Jack- bothum, Callahan. CROCKERY, HARDVAREYILLorYlRE

kE see. sonville. County Tl'easm'ecGusta Stark, Fernan-
t Third Circuit E. J. Vann, Madison. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. dina.

e Fourth Circuit-James :M.: Baker, Jackson- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ORAXGE COUNTY.
ville. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Prices Low as the Lowest.
County .TlUlgc-J. L. Bryan, Orlando
Circuit-Thomas F. Gaines- sonville. '
Fifth King,
Clerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando. -; X. K. corner Centre and Second
H ville. /; Collector of Rel.'cuuc-f .1. Brown, Sts, Femamliim, Flu.S5 .
Collector of Rel.'ell11C-F. T. Ha'rdman, Or '
Sixth Circuit II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Jacksonville. lando. .
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Russell ---- ==---- -
Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks! ,
Fort Reid.
;1. 1 Ci art Calendar.FIRST ESCAMBIA. Smt'eyor-J. O. Fries, Orlando. .

CIRCUIT. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. 'j'cG.S1ll'er-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox.
Fall Term- Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. POLK.

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Sheriff W. II. Hutchinson. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. .
:R..I Gr C> ; J\JI:
"CflUrer-J. S. Leonard. ..lt.J
Walton, 4th :Monday: in October. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Mondayin Collector of Revenue-flannel Palm s. Sheriff-W.M. Bowen. -AT-
October. Superintendent of Schools-X. M. Scarritt. T1"LSurerP. F. Beville.

..,r Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday FRANKLIN. Collector of RCl.'C1ltle-J. D. Fillcs. \V. J" LOHMAJSP: So
in October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary. o
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. A. Atkins. PUTNAM COUNTY.

j October. Sheriff-S. A."Floyd.Treasurer Judge of Probate;. Harrison, Palatka.
Escambia, Monday:: in December. -11. II. Porter. I
This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- Collector of Revernre-George A. Patton. Clerk-\\. Forward, Palatka. I HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY XE.AXD SPACIOUSISTORE,

ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
Spring Term. Collector of Rm'eulle-Joseph Price. CORNER OF SIXTH: : AND ASH: STREETS

TIIIRD CIRCUIT. GADSDEX. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. 1V.
Spring Term- County Judge-J. R. Hams. Strickland. A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. TAYLOR COU TY.
April. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
" Madison, 2d Monday in April. Treasurer-A. M. Smith. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. ,
Collector of Rel.'enue-H.)1. Morgan. Clerk-John C. Calhoun ,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Perry.
Suwanee, 1st::; Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Selwol-C. E. L. Allison. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner.
in April. HAMILTON COUXTY. Perry. ,

'Columbia,"3d.'Mondayafter:::: 4th":; :Monday County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry '
in April. : Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surt'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. ,
.. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of RCIcnue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. THE '

in April. I Collector of Retenue-'Y. II. H. :McLeod. SANTA ROSA.

} Full Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain. [ NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIESFOR ,
; October.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in of Schools J.V.. Reed, Clerk-R. R. Shepard.

Jasper. Treasurer Robert Robinson. TIlE SPRFXG AND SUMMER TRADE.
Madison 2d in October.
Monday HERXAXDO COUXTY. Collector of Rrt'C1ltleT. Williams..
Hamilton 4th in October.
Suwannee,, 1st Monday Monday after 4th :Monday: County Judge-G. V. :Ramsey, Brooksville. Superintendent ofSchooh-David Tinner. 1J2r' )[Y PIUCESHE BELOW THOSE Of' ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VALUED


Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- i I..
October. Collector of Rel.'cnnc-Jno.E. King, Lecanto. tine. W. J. I.OIUIAN, Cor. Sixth anal Asia Sts.

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of TO..lcs--J. F. Shands, Brooks- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. : I

in October. xille. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
J Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman
FOURTH CIRCUITs Collector of Re1enue-Joseph F. Llambias, .
Spring Term Floral City. St. Augustine.

St. John's. 2d Tuesday in March. HILLSBOROUGII COUXTY. Superintendent of Schools-1'cter Arnau,

Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. THE CELEBRATED
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COU TY.

Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J. II.Steele, Lcesburg,
. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April.Duval Collector of Ret'C1ULC-'Y. J. Martin. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. CVO O'H'O TAT DESK
!t. 1st Tuesday in :May. HOLMES.County Sheriff J. S. Dyches-Leesburg.
'1; Fall Term-' Collector hutch inson
of Rcecnue-Joseph ,
. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sumterville. ?.lr Tr# SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
:.- Clerk-T. II. Pitman.
w Clay, 4th Tuesday in September.
Superintendent of wuls-.A. II. lid ven-
Thomas N. Ellis.
1 Sheriff
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October.
ston, Sumterville.
INS Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. SUWAXEE COUXTY.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October.
i' Duval 1st Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. County J1Llfle-\I.:: :M. Blackburn, Live ; EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
Term F. Baltzell. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
Spring County Judge-George
'I' Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Frank Philips. Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak.
Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Collector of Revalue Wilson II. Sessions, _, ,,

1 Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Treasurer-James E. Heam. Wei born. .
, ,f;: March. Collector of Ret'mue-John B. Anderson. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones S 1 rial Top. '
i t Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-Samuel Erwin. Live Oak. Why use Desks of ordinary

,H March. JEFFERSOX. VOLUSIA COUNTY. :i:. construction when, for slight
Alachua 4th Tuesday after 4th County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
Tuesday additional cost can hale
i in April. ;JiI. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. you
Fall Te.rm- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. ag i... the benefit of our improvements -

Sumter 1st Tuesday in October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. ? Awkward closets and

., : Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello.Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Collector of Revenue). :N. Bryan, Glen ,.-r. '_ side drawers done away with
Putnam 2d Tuesday in November. Cove.
" Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston' I substitute revolving cases
Alachua 1st ticello. Enterprise. which Swing with a slight
Tuesday after 4th Tuesday
'( in November. ticello.Collector of Rel.'etrne-J. H. Tucker, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY. t RQ ? I i, I r w' i touch of the hand, and are

SEVENTH CIRCUIT. I County Judge-W. A. Giles, Cfawfordville. ; ; --- ;fir t thus enabled to furnish double
Spring Term- LAFAYETTE COUXTY. Sheriff Charles Alligood Crawfordville. I'' =-' '
'I d Orange, 4th Monday in January. County Judge -W. J. Dixon New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. .BY'o -- the space generally given on

Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, ,,,,, _-_ each side; and when cases are
t\ Brevard, 1st Monday in March. ; Clerk-:-Neal McAlpin, New Troy.Superintendent Crawfordville. open, the whole interior is

\ Dade,3d Monday in April. ofSchoolt-J.C.Ramsey,New County Treasurer W. W.' Walker; Craw- _. flooded with light and all
J Fall Term- ,Troy. fordville.
County Treasurer-J. M. X. Peacock New X'o. 11 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached tritb-
2d Collector
t'-t' Orange, Monday in August. of Rel."enue-l1. C. McMillan,Craw-
J Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Troy. fordville. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are oflered for selection, and applied to

I'I'! Brevard 4th Monday in September. Collector of' Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley WALTON. .. the Desk as wanted. We apply this'principle; to a great variety of desks.
t Dade, Monday:: in November. Old. Town. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. .
; Assessorof Taxes-David R. Townsend, Clerk-D. G. McLeod.

t E County Ofliccrs.ALACHUA. New Troy. Sheriff--J. W. Campbell. J THE -W-OOTON
LEOX COUXTY Treasurer-James S. Bowers. ,

}" County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Relcn.ue-\V. B. McLeod.

;; County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff-A. Moselej', Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools. -Jno. C. Douglas. Cabinet Office Secretary-
I!\\1 ville. 'Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WASHINGTON.
i! Cl.erk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools Henry. ,
County Wm. B. Jones.
r Judge
Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Tallahassee. Clerk-J. E.

GainesSuperintendent Treasurer L. Demilly Tallabassee.. SheriffE. P.Skipper.Melvin. / -E, : ;, ,. ; -,.-, ; The,most spacious and elegant desk ever presented
Collector of Rel.'cnue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Treasurer Thomas Miller. to the business One hundred 'acd
J. public.
Schools N.
of Sheats, hassee.
I Gainesville. LEVY Collector of Ret'C1we-Jobn Roche. s aL r ten compartments, as shown in cut all under
COUNTY.ClerkJ. Superintendent D. II. Horn. "
Schools '
of '
Merchants -
BAKER COU1'TY.Cmmty M. Barco, Bronson. ; one lock and'key.: Especially adapted for

Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. 1 '3 Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials -
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. I Collector of Ret'enue-D. B.: Barco, Cedar Dissolution of Copartnership. at : Professional Men generally.
Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. ,Key. .
Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon. San- Superintendent of Schools-J. B. :Menden-:: THE partnership heretofore existin ','be- '% r
derson. hall, Bronson. the late Charles Angel his heirs
: Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker and Emil 0. Friend, under the firm name
LIBERTY. lYootoii
II Sanderson. of Angel & Friend, has been dissolved by Cabinet Office Secretary. AqDRESS :
County Judge-:M.:: J.Solomons..Clerk mutual consent. The undersigned will continue -
BRADFORD COUNTY. I -W.W.Jeter. ,0 the business, collect all bills and pay WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
I County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Sheriff III: F. Hosford. all debts. EMIL 0. FRIEND. ,
Clerk Henry F. York Lake Butler. I Treasurer J. E. Roberts. ,- '
Fernandina :
9 ,. Fla., Maylst, 1S85. RICHMOND, IXD., u. S.-A. : iI ;

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.", "'# Railroad:of Georgia for all
.' {'Io'f' points West and
,;;- :-::? .!c: '" .:::: .. t FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPANY' WESTWARD.No.1.. No. 3. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-

Day Pass. Night Pass. way for nil points North, with steamships
'..-. In Effect'June 16, 1885. for New York. Boston
Leave and
Jacksonville....... 7.30 m 3.55 p m 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 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.) LiveOak:...........10.31 a m 7.43 p m and Steamship connections, and Baggage
I :Madison ............11.57am 9.15pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
- < FLORIDA: |T MIRROR WILLIAMS & SWANN GOING SOUTH. Monticello ........12.40 p m and sections secured Company's' office in
pl Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee_...... 2.27 p m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at De-
V i A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee...... 2.32 m 12.00 n't pot Ticket Office, and, on board People's
SUCCESSORS OF THE Leave Fernandina.................10.25 5.45 Quincy.............?. 3.34 p p m 1.22 am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
I Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.50 6.25 and JENME LANE.
Arrive Chatta. River..... 4.50
I Arrive Callahan....................11.42 7.25 p m JAS. L. TAYLOR.
Land & Co.
Immigration. : Leave Callahan....................11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No. General Passenger Agent.
I .
P.M. 2 No. 4. R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent.

Offer on easy; terms, or for cash, Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 8.25 Day Pass. Night Pass.
LeaveChatt'chee River.10.45 am'
Brandy Branch12.38 8.43
Arrive Baldwin...................12.55 9.10 Quincy ..............1"..".0 p m 2.07 am Florida Southern Railway Co.

Leave Baldwin...................... 1.00 9.50 Arrive Tallahassee........ 1.27 pm 3.36 pm
375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville.................... 1.32 10.18 Leave Tallahassee ........ 1.34 p in 3.48 pm ORANGE BELT ROUTE.GOING .
Leave Highland.................... 1.50 10.36 Monticello......... 2.30 p m i

Leave La wtey......................... 2.04 10.55 Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm SOUTH.Ma.il..
BOOK BINDER Hammock and Pine Lands, on Leave Temple's..................... 2.20 11.17 Live Oak............ 5.39pm 8.33am GainesCle
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.27 Lake City........... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Leave Jacksonville Exprefs. 1
and adjacent to the Railway from Leave Thur ton................. .... 2.54 11.43 Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01pm 11.26am via J.T.& K.W. R'Y.1 .48 pm......... ;
A. DI. Leave Baldwin............ 8.08pm 11.31am Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00 a in 1

Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar Arrive 'V.'1l o........................ 3.14 12.11 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.50 p m 12.16 pm Leave J' T & K W J'n.. 2.50 p m i

Leave Waldo.............,.....:..... 3.25 ...... Trains and daily ; Trains and 4 will Arrive u Interlachen. 3.36 p m 7.25 a inWait's 1
the Gulf of Mexico. No Leave Gainesville................. 4.10 ...... not run west of Tallahassee'. Sundays, but Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a in ;
Key on Leave Arredondo.................. 4.33 ...... will run Mondays.ST. Grnelle.........4.40 p m 9.20 a m !
.. Leave Palmer........ ............... 416 ...... MARK'S BRANCH.' Gainesville...... 5.35 p m 11.05 a m :
.,', '; ...<. ., '.' .,.. lands in Florida are more desirablefor .... Micanopy. :
: : : Leave Archer........... .. ...... 5.0(5( ...... Leave 4.30pm
Leave Bronson....................... 5.30! ....,. .: 8.00 a n: Lochbie 5.15p m 10.12 a m i
Peaches Melons and Arrive Waknlla............................. 9.05 "
Oranges a III Reddick......... 5.27pm 10.25am '
Leave Otter Creek................. 6.23: ......
Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am "
Ocala............6.05pm 11.05am
Leave Rosewood ................... 7.03 ......
Leave St. Mark's........................10.00 "
YIXG ESTABLISHED A BOOKBINDERY early Vegetables; none. containing Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.35 ...... a. m WeMiton 6.31 p m 11.32 a m
HA Arrive Wakulla................... ........10.25 a m N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p m 11.57 a In
in connection with our better and more accessible bodies of GOING NOKTII. Arrive Tallahassee,......................?11.30 am S. Lake Weir.. -4.0.) p m 12.03 p m

Office to RULE Day Pas. Nt Pas. Conant........... 7.10pm 12.13pm ,
Printing we are prepared
Yellow Pine Timber also the A.M. ...... CONNECTIONS.At Lady Lake...... 7.13 p m 12.17 p mLeciburg
.ixn MANUFACTURE as Leave Cedar Key................... 7.30 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for 7.35 p m 12.40 p m
Leave llosewootL.................. 8.05 ...... all points North and East with the Fernan-
valuable Hard Woods and Red ; GOING NORTH.
more Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
Leave I roJson........... ........... 9.15 ...... dina ; and with Steamers for all points Leave Leesburg......... 7.30am:; 1.40pm f
: Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Archer ........................ 9.46 ...... lthe St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. on. Arrive'. ,Lady Lake...... 7.52 a in 2.02 p m
I ,J '-. 'I I I.", ill j If( aid r Leave Palmer.......................10.03 ...... At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- 'S./Lake'Veir.Conant............ 7.55 a m 2.06 p m '

I ranges for cattle sheep, and no Leave Arredoudo...................10.18 ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- .. 8.03 a m 2.15 p m '
Lake Weir... 8.10:
a in
...... 2.22pm
ALL KINDS Leave nandino. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. '
lands in the State are in a more sat- Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.28 ...... At Live Oak, with the Savannah Florida u Welsh ton. 8.34 a m 2.18 p m
Ocala............... 9.00am 3.17pm

isfactory shape for successful coloni- Leave Waldo..........................11.53 A.2.20 M. & Western Tallahassee Railroad.At with. St. Marks Branch "" Reddirk.......... 9.38am 3.57 pm
.. Lochbie.........? 9.50 a m 4.09 p IIIlicanopy.
-OF- P.M.:: Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- :\ .

zation or resale by capitalists.For Leave Leave Starke Thurston..12.15..........................12.48 2.50 3.10 urdays.At Chattahoochee. River, with the Pensa- .". Gruelle ..........10.20 a m 4.40 7.50pm p m ,

further information and terms Leave Temple's ....................12.53 3.18 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Gainesville"'T ait's .11.15am 5.15:: p in
Leave Lawtey....................12.58 3.42 sacola, :Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, Cross'g..11.50 a m 5.40 p m
address Leave Highland.................... 1.15 4.05 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, Interlachen ....11.30 a m 6.42 p In

BLANK BOOK Leave Maxville: ..................... 1.33 4.35 and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola JT&KWJ'n.12.15pm .
Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.53 5.05 Columbus and Eufaula. 13.30 p m 8.00 p m
WILLIAMS & SWANN, Leave Baldwin........, ........... 1.57 5.40 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to Jacksonville, v.JT&KWRy.
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 all points West. 2.lOpm .
FEnSA DIN FLA. Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 For information respecting routes, rates On Sundays a fast passenger train will be
run, leaving Palatka at 7.30
Arrive Callahan.................... 3.00 6.50 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- with train for a. m., connecting -
-FORRAIIjROAIDS- Leave Callahan...................... 3.10 7.20 dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack Gainesville Leesburg at Gruelle.
Leaving at 4.00
o. ,'. ', :, Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 sonville. p. m. connecting -

t ,;. Arrive Fernandina................ 4.25 8.50 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths with train from Leesburg at Gruelle,
and arriving at Palatka at 6 30 p. m.
I JlSSr Day Passenger daily except Sunday; secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, 0. "1'. BROMAVELL
: Night Passenger daily.'PENINSULAH.. and at new office southwest corner of Bay General Pass.
: I !"
"' : ;;j ;. and,, Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. SHERMAN CONANT,
A. o. ) MACDONELL General
: DIVISION. Manager.
: Gen'l} Ticket and Pass.Agent,
S'=';'EArlIBOA TS, .,. "" ,'-' <1i-" ,' ,." (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Fernandina, Fla.
{ NEW,
::,',::<\ r3*.SWi.X&feTk / :':;:;.,'- ,,'-. -- ': ': GOING C. W. MAXWELL, CHEAP
.'....'c1''t., \...J" ,;.......! 11-;"', ,,.' <:\:."F'.+ ,"-. SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. :Master: Transportation,
F S ':, ,,:.r.. ;: .:.,.tff; :i f. LER S
t ",, P.M. A.M.:: Jacksonville, Fla.
"" 1 ,
: >" ( : :-: :'I ;,
:NIERCHANTS: : : (: ; Leave Waldo........................ 3.20 12.25 D. E. MAXWELL, a NEW AND SECOND HAND.-

,'.' ;', ::: .. : .- T ;:: '. Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 12.54 General Superintendent.
:,: :\.," :,' Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.54 1.20 Fernandina Fla. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES

Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 1.42 Complied Ortmco Box and Sltlngle Machine
BANKS, ETC Leave Citra............................ 4.34 2.06 Savannah Florida &Western R'y. Eugle Gins, Sow Mills, Planers, lieaaws die
Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.48 2.24 A k for Ontalozne and Prices before bnvfnsr.
Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 2.42
THE FLORIDA Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.34: ....... HANDLE
., i Leave Ocala........................... 5.56 3.34 65 67 69 ELM ST. CINCINNATI 0.
trains of this road are run by Central ,
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6,36 4.27
(Write for Catalogue and mention this )
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. ((90th) Meridian time which is 33 minutes paper.
-\1..80- rpOWN Leave Oxford ........................ 6.52 4.47 ,
slower than Jacksonville time.
Leave AVildwood................... 7.08 5.14
Leave leesburg...................... 7.38 5.59 $5 ELECTRIC LIGHTH\
Fcriiamlina and after Sunday May 3d 1SS5 %
Arrive Tavares....................... 8.10 6.47 ON .
Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas

Towns on R. R. Line. GOING NORTH. follows: ON receipt of $5 we : T":" ,.=;
A.M. P. M. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. will send Elec- (b r::
you an ;
Leave ....................... 7.30
Mij l C MAAINEJ C NBW PAPER S Gild Cedar Key. Tavares. 7.15 tric :: ;:::
Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a in Lamp. Burglar :: t
Leave Leesburg..................... 7.44 8.25 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 Alarms $1. Call Bells \ .
Leave Wild wood.... .............. 9.25 8.46 pm $1. /"
Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 ElectricGasLighter "
Leave Oxford......................... 9.43 9.07 a m Instruments 1
Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:00 a m Telegraph : _
Leave Lake Weir Station..10.03 10.20 Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 Medical Dattet. .::=-- ._ .:---
-AIDIEE.JODJO.A.LS.- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Ocala.........................10.23 p m ries &c. t. .j
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 m ,
Leave Silver Spring................ 9.40 ....... Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 p p m In regard to your new Electric Light,

number of the most eligible- and desirable Leave Anthony PlJCe..10.08 11.55A. Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m we think you will be exceedingly successful .i.

: : 1\1. Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m in securing its universal adoption.
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Leave Sparr's.......................10.20 12.13 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIELD,
Leave Citra........,..................10.33 12.35 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pen sa. 737 Broadway, N. Y."
City or Suburban Residences, Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.50 12.57 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests

Leave Hawthorne................11.10 1.20 cola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, all trans- of your new Electric Light. I believe you
UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie.........................11.25 1.38 Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- will find no difficulty in bringing it into
BOUND in ALL STYLES Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.47 2.05 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia general use. Eastern Man. "Northwestern I

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to p1-.Day Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m. Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM.
Night Passenger daily.F. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this "AVe take pleasure in stating that the tests

in train, Savannah to Pensacola, :Mobile we made of your Electric Light proved per-
parties engaged indus-
.";. ::.-\,.,..'".-. AND.ATSEASONABLE- manufacturing or & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. and New Orleans. fectly satisfactory. You will have a large
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- and ready sale. Yours truly,
rial enterprises, who will erect on the FERNANDINA JACKSONVILLE.
prop- ( TO ) ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. RICHARDS & Co,
GOING SOUTH. 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue. N. Y."
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
erty purchased improvementsfor A.M. P. 1\1. to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST The above testimonials explain them-
PRICES Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 "5 3.30
residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road................. 7.26 4.02 MAIL. selves.WE WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.

Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 l 3Kf 5.05 G. AV. FOSTER & CO.
business. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m
GOING NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.

A.M. P. M. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m
x INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Jacksonville............... 9.45 5.50 Leave Thom ville at................... 2:10 p m NOTICE OF REMOVAL:

Leave Hart's Road;...........;....10.50 6.38 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m
by exemption for a term of years from Arrive Fernandina.........;....11.18 7.02 Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m R. G. :McQUITTY i

'..., taxation, offered by the several cities and ,JpSf* Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at..............."6:38 p m
:.r" r' > SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m MERCHANT TAILORHas

towns. to Leave Fernandina.....6.50 a. in. 4.30 p. m. Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m
Apply removed his business to the rooms overMeddaugh's
j Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. m. 5.50 p. m. Arrive at Washington, D. C., da51y_ll:45 p m ,
CHAS. AV. LEWIS, store Centre street.
Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 6.30 p.m. Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a m grocery on !
Fernandina. He has received assortment of seasonable
10.15 7.50 Pullman Palace Buffet and Cars
Arrive Fernandina. Sleeping
a. m. p. m. 4
1 r Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. goods for gentlemen's wear and is prepared
Savannah to New York without change.EAST .
,. to make them up to suit all tastes in the

Leave Jacksonville (daily at.......... 7:20 p m ,-Zgf.Repairing neatly done.
FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at....., 8:55 a m Fernandina, Fla., July 12,18g4.
With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m Notice for Final Discharge.
for New York on Thursday. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p m MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
With Sea Island Route from and to Savan, Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pin publication of this notice I will present
CURTIS C.O. nah and Brunswick, daily'except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:55 p m to the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probate

CALLAHAN._ Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m for Nassau county, final accounts and
ESTATE AGENTS, Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m my
Charleston of the estate of
EEAL To and from Savannah and vouchers as executor
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ST. MARY'S. GEORGIALoans Arrive at Albany daily at_...........10:30 a m and ask '
and all points North and West, daily. WILLIAM MAESON, deceased, for a ;,
Arrive at Brunswick daily at........8:00( a m final discharge. ;,
AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at :Macon daily at............... 8:50am ELLERMANN: .
dex- JOHN A. !
procured, Mortgages negotiate
To and from Palatka daily except
changes effected. Arrive at Atlanta daily p m Executor,: }
AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20a, m .
Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 Fernandina, Fla., .April, 1885. 6m i
acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m .
BOTH IX STYLE AND PRICES. acres, for sale. and Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive at Washington daily..10:30 a m JAMES iUcGIFFIX
: New York daily at......... 5:30 m J
_" Arrive at p .,
N. B. St. Mary's having been selectedas AT CEDAR KEY..FLA.,

..,' .- the terminus of the Atlantic& MississippiCanal With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via COXTRACTOll AND BUILDER i

} ';. ': : (under the survey made for Govern- West and Havana; every Saturday; for New ., Waycross. and Pullman, Palace SleepingCars f
4J / -" : ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Alachua Street between Second and Third, ::1
.' construction of which having been grantedby Havana every Friday: from New Orleans !. Connections at Atlanta with Western and
: -
Athlre S > :, ,: the United States'' Government and the every Saturday.With Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia and FERNANDINA, FLA. '
of and Florida Company's Steamers Railroads for all points West and .
:, MIRROR Legislatures Georgia a large Tampa Steamship Georgia i
FLORIDA increase in the value adjacent lands may for and from Key West. Monday and Northwest. Orders and estimates from a distance care- .
: be confidently for." (See New York Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- attended to. ." 25-tf ;
FLA. I 3 83.\ Louisville via Thomasville.
FERNANDINA, Sun, 27- and Friday. ville to


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THE FLUKiDA MIRROR : AUGUST 8, 1885. '- .- "


i THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The new sloop Undine, of the; FernandinaBoat to the Florida Improvement t Company was .REGULATION

Club, was launched last Thursday read the first tinge FORBIDDING TILE CULTIVATION OF

afternoon, off Centre street dock. She is a Further action on the"ordinlI1ce was post- LANDS OR LOTS WITHIN THE LIMITS

P,00.1 YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS fine-looking craft,. and, as far as appearance poned because the company had.failed t to OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA.

enables us to judge should make good observe the conditions of the original ordinance IT ORDAINED BY TIIE BOARDof Two Millionsof

Reflections. speed. The Undine is the property of:Messrs. BE Health fur the County of Nassau,

: -- -----.- -- Florida, That nn person or persons shall be
--- -- -- -
Southwick, Hubby, Crippen, Lewis and Livingston I acres of Farming, Orange
: The heated term is beginning to abate. GRAJ.YT-188.5. permitted or allowed to plant, turn up or
(Mallory Fishing Club), and will be disturb the soil or!surface of any lot or lands I Timber and Grazing LandsY
Conductor Maughs leaves today for North sailed Mr. G. next, of the of I IFernane1inu. ,
by Hubby, on Monday Blessed are Pain, the smiter, within the corporate limit t City
Carolina, on a few.weeks' furlough. in the race for the silk pennant now on exhibition And Sorrow, the uniter I for any pnrprme: or to plant or I situated in 29 counties, and
1 Forone afflicted lies- such lot land after the first
Miss Sallie Stark, of Thomasville, Ga., a in )Ir" G. Stark's show window. A symboled sacrifice- cultivate any or I, comprising the lands bought
of May'and before the tenth day of November -
niece of Mr. G. Stark, is on u visit here. And all our rancor.dies! Sir Edward Reed
of any'year: and any person or persons!' by J. from

Fishing parties to the jetties on the The float liegatta. No North, no South 0 stern-faced Chief, violating) this regulation.shall be dealt with the State of Florida in iSSi
One cowled Grief according to law: P,"() del. That this regulation ,
steamer Martha are fast becoming popular.The The folowing is a partial list of the boats weeping; ours, one
for : Thy country-bowed in prayer and tear- is not to be construed as forbidding) are now offered at graded
entered the
on Monday:
Board of County Commissioners had regatta For North and South-above thy bier! the cultivation of flowers or planting grass

meeting this week for want af a quorum. Undine, No. Mallory Fishing Club. 'on premises occupied by the Owner. l prices. These lands were se

no Red Bird, No. S-F. W. Marshall. For North and South 0 Soldier grim, Approved July 29, IS x.). i lected by I-Ion. Hugh A. Cor-
Col. A. :M. Jones and wife, of Jacksonville The broken ones to weep for him II. E. DOTTERER.Presule.it .
Orilla, ..Yo.3-\lr. Armand. Who broke them I He whose terrors blazed tcm. I late Commissioner
are spending a few weeks on our sea- : pro ley, of the
Berta, No. 4-11'..E. Snyder. In smoking harvests: cities razed; II. J. B:\tfER. Secretary. I
ISh ore. Tallulah, No. J-W. H. Pope. W'lose Fate-like glance sent fear and chill, I State Land Office, and Mr.
Our market during the week has been Ada. No. -Alex. McCottery. Till all was shattered, all was lo t- I M. Williams late for
and And hands dropped down-all War's red
overstocked with Georgia florida Lillie, No. 7-T. S. Davis. '
cost I sale: of State lands, which fact
-; Lay: there in ashes-Hope and Hate

a : .. Mizell and wife, of King's Ferry, Mark 410.9-Ii.W'.'King. And Shame and Glory 'i I! is a guaranty of their high

+ were passengers for the North on the City f Others may possibly be entered before Death and Fate, I quality. The purchase knownas

San Antonio. Monday.The Fall back Another touch is thine: A.ND the Reed Purchase was only

Latham and children left I course to be sailed is from the steam- He drank not of thy poisoned wine. ,.
ps 0 Dn.1'. C. yesterday Nor blindly met thy blind-thrown lance, FEATI-IERS opened for sale this year, and
for Long Branch, Ga., where they ship wharf to and around Tiger buoy, in Nor died for sightless, time or chance- I the lands have not been

will spend a few weeks. the sound, and return, for first class boats; But waited, suffered, bowed and tried, 600 & G02 Broadway, New York. culled

r and to a stake boat near the ballast dock, Till all the dross was purified ; or picked over. No part has
r Paul Francis" will open next week an ice Till well of hate was dried Pay the Highest'Market Price for all kindsof
twice over the course, for second class boats. every ; Bird Skins, Egret White Crane, Heron- been reserved in
cream and refreshment stand in the new I And North and South, sad sifters, cried, any manner,
Plumage, etc. Ship Direct to New York.
The first class prize is the Club
pennant; And then at God's died.
pavilion on Amelia beach. own calling and the whole for sale.
the second class prize is not yet arranged for. John Boyle 0'Iteill f, in the Boston Globe. Can use only large quantities!' Express charges open
x Frank "". :Marshall has contracted to .. must be prepaid on sample packages.t I Special prices on large tracts.
The race will start at 2 o'clock p. in. -- -- -- ---

ri'' move to-day the big iron safe of the County Gents Furnlshlny loads Timber lands, virgin forests in

Clerk's office to the new quarters Jiallway Weather Signals.The I In all :styles AT PAUL FUXKE'S.Range : NOTICE.

management of the Florida Railway ,_ u _____ UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, bodies of 50,000 acres and up-
.' Regular meeting of Ponce de Leon Council }
G.\I r WILLE. FLA., July 20, 1885.
M 022 next Friday night, 14th, at S o'clock.A and Navigation Company has made arrangements of ThermometerFOR having been entered at this wards. Lands sold for cash,
with the Government Signal THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1885, COMPLAINT .
r full attendance is much desired. Thompson against or on long time.
Service for a daily publication of the weather AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. Ansel Summerall abandoning his Homestead -
The County Clerk's office has been movedto prognostications along the line of its 7 A.I. 12)[. SP.M. GP.M.. WIND Entry Xo. 7,953: dated April 22.18S0, I I The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.
91 89 87 S. E. E
of Mr. Williams brick Saturday, Aug. theV Section
the second story .. upon :l 32: Township 4: X,
building, over Whitner it Schuy:1eis store. railway system. The reports from Washington Sunday Monday,, 3..78 2..78 t$8 00 s6 88 8.j 86 S.S. W.E. Range 24 E, in Nassau County, Fla., with a I (LIMITED: ) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

Aa will be received every morning, and 'l'uesdIlY ., 4.... 79 89 8G S5 S. W. view to the cancellation of said entry; the I
r The post-office will be closed to-day from in order to inform the people along the line Wednesday," 5..76. 87 Kj &'} S.E.. said parties are'hereby summoned to appear :".,
8 o'clock this morning until 5 o'clock p. m. Thursday, 6.. _..78 ss Bit) :H N. E. at this Office on the 13th day of October,
'11.1, & of the road of ,the probable state. of the Friday, 7..77 88 87 86 S. L.JLIRINL' .
out of respect of the obsequies of Gen.Grant. 1885, at 3 o'clock p. m., to respond and fur-
will be carried the .
weather, large signals on nish
----- ----- --- testimony concerning said ledged
I, :Mr. W. 0. Jeffreys is expected home to- baggage cars attached to the passenger abandonment.

p it morrow from Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. trains, as well as at all stations. L. A. BARNES, Register. I GEO. W. SCHUYLER,

J. and the children will remain a few weeks The signals and their meaning are as fol- Port of Fernandlna.HIGH JOHN F. ROLLINS, Receiver.MANUFACTURER I II II I
" longer. I lows: A blue sun signifies general rain ; a Saturday, Aug. 8............ 5:52 A.:'1. 6:26 r. M.

,,1z wt :Mr. Charles H. Whitner, of the firm of I red one, higher temperature.A Sunday, 9............ 6:53 7n": R. .A.LTSfTJ:1IIJXT I Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's office,
x r Monday, 10............ 7:50 8:14 ui 7
Schuyler & Whitner, leaves :Monday for blue star signifies local rain ; a red one, i Tuesday 11........... 8U" 9o.It FERNANDINA FLA.
i ........... It It
Hendersonville, N. C., for a few weeks' stationary temperature. I Thursday Wednesday, 13..10:16.12 9:30 10:33"9:50 OF

} recreation. A blue moon signifies/ clear or fair weather Friday, U..11OO" 11:19'&
; red lower Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware Stratlimore Hotel
; a moon, temperature.The ENTERED. ,
,:Mr. Jas. McGiffin, the contractor, is erect
s signals consist of sheet iron disks Aug. Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from
ing a two story dwelling house on Fifth New York; freight and passengers. to AND DEALER IX OX AMELIA. BEYC1I,
street, between Ash and Beech streets, for about three feet in diameter' and are displayed R. W. Southwick, agent.

'A Mr. F. C. Latham. on either side of the baggage cars as Aug. 2-Steamship from Charleston City of:Monticello freight and McKee passen-, FECXANDIXAFLORID .

{ already stated. gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent 1ALQ R rFI E ana K T VB
Services at Presbyterian Church on Sunday -
I, These signals are now in use in Pennsyl- Aug. Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, ,
+8 by the pastor, Rev. H. S. Yerger. SunPreaching from Palatka; freight and passengers, -
vania, Ohio and Canada, and the people liv- to W. O. Jeflreys agent. NOW OPEN yon TIlE SEASON.
day school at 9 o'clock a. m. at of Monticello McKee
Aug. Steamship City ,
ing along the lines of the roads using them
l4 from Charleston freight and
; passen-
11 o'clock a. m. and 71 o'clock p. m.
have derived material benefit from the information gers, to W. O. Jeflreys, agent.
N'i Mr.\ 11. L. Arnow has leased the store formerly they have thus received. 7-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, BEACH is the finest on the
; from Palatka; freight and passengers, AMELIA
l r Coast and the Seanaln
M occupied by Angel & Friend, on This service will probably go in effect to 11.0.Jeflreys, agent. I unsurpassed.: The Boating and Fishing t

i; t Center street, where he will remove his next week, CLEARED. the Island are excellent.

stock of groceries, etc., shortly. Aug. Steamship, City of San Antonio. Wilder, I Connections made by the Fernandina &
The City Council for New York; freight and passengers, :
with train arming -
+ :Mr. Frank W. Simmons, local agent of by R. W.Southwick, agent. ,, tl ''"'" Sea-Beach Railway every
The regular meeting of the City Council Aug. Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, t# r i on the Florida Kailwav & Navigation
Mxa the Florida Railway and Navigation Company was held at the Council chamber on Wednesday for Palatka; by W. O. Jeflreys agent. : Co's lines; also: with he different Steamer
' was suddenly called to Hawthorne on Aug. 4-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee,for I Hates from $:?.OO to $3.00: per day; special
evening last. Present, G. F. Avery, Charleston; by W.O. Jeflreys, agent. for families the week.
, rates by
) Monday last by the serious sickness of his for I
Aug. Steamship City of Monticello;McKee,
+1 President of the Board, and Aldermeu :){c-
father, Dr. C. S. Simmons. Palatka; freight and passengers, by ;::::: ,- Excursion parties accommodated.
4 ; Giffin, Stark, Walker and :McDonald.A W. O. Jeffreys. I
:){Arthur T. Williams, son of M. A. petition from Mr. '\T. S. Livingston, Aug. Steamship City of Monticello, :McKee, ;J.'f- Clam Chowder every day.FRANK .
for Charleston;freight and passengers, '
fc AnnOT'l"L
Williams, Esq., of this city, has been ap- asking for a temporary use of the Council by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. -
1 Br. Bark Eliza Barrs, H. II. Ilollis, Bermuda --.---
, pointed Land Commissioner of the Florida chamber for the purpose of holding Magistrate : ; lumber by master. Of the Latest: and Most Approved Patterns. -UCY-- COTTAGE ,

,, Railway and Navigation Company in place Blake Havana lumber,
s court, was read and laid on the table. 5-Bark Mignon, ;
1 of Col S. I. Wailes. by J. Llera. COOKKG UTENSILS OF ALL KIDS
1 >w The following bills were ordered paid : II Schooner L.V. Chapels,Weaver,New York; Seventh-St., near Egrnont Hotel,

Owing to the recent illness of the pastor, Stephen Morris, police, for July........$25 00Newton lumber, by W.;B. C. Duryee.

there will be no morning service at she urauicy, ponce, lor JUly.r. ...... 2o uo ------- .. .- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, I FERNANDINA.: FLORIDA.

r Louis Spalding, special night police in Notice to Owners of Dogs.
l' church in
+ Methodist Episcopal to-morrow; July......................................... G 00 WROUGIIT-IRON PIPES. I Offers pleasant rooms well furnishetUvriib
4&r: : the evening, :Mr. Chandler will conduct the R, L. Denefield, Marshal, for July...... 35 00 Notice is hereby given to all owners of or without board. Table Boarders Trill IH

service at the usual hour. Geo. E. Wolfe, Clerk, for July........... 25 00Sam'l dogs that the tax on dogs for the current DRIVEN* 1''EI.&LS A SPECIALTY I accommodated ; also transient.
Lofthouse, day scavenger, for year must be paid by the first of Septembernext. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.W. .

of The Order of Railway Conductors numbers July......................................... 40 00 After that date dogs without the fTlIN AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. I --- -- --'-
9,000 members. For the first six months in J. C. Head, repairing plank walk to usual badge will fall under the penalty of JL Orders for Tin Gutters, promptly filled. I Ii,. I5ACKNIG5ITVAOCXT
Old Town, etc. the city ordinance in such case made 'VindliIls for pumping water or running
quarter ending
+ 1885 there were but eight assessments on J. ,
July 1 1........................................ 50 00 provided. C. WESTBERG, light machinery promptly erected on order.
+ deaths of members. The heirs of each member City Tax Collector. WHOLESALE AND RETAILBUTCIIEIt
J. C. Read, repairs to Escambia street Church. Factory and School:; Bells for sale

r of the association are.paid$2,000 on the dam.......................................... 2 50 Fernandlna, All!]. G, 1885. at a burgain..f AND STOCK DEALFJ1
d 23-Stoves at Wholesale Prices. AXDDealer
death of the member.
The Street Committee, having $100 to Ask for IATHENE, the pain remedy, at All goods delivered at the various trans- in Ice
Two large excursions will arrive here the their credit, and having expended $32 50 of PALMER BROS' DRUG STORE. portation stations within the city free of

r latter part of this month; one on the 20th, the same, asked for scrip to that amount. charge. All sales for cash. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM

a from the central and southern divisions, The Finance Committee made the following Baby Carriages at Fred W. Hoyt & Co's CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. STREET WHARF,
Furniture Store, Centre street. *
and one on the 26th, from the western di- report, which was received and ordered Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. 1-tf FERNANDINA. FL'l"T4' -

I vision of the Florida Railway & Navigation filed: A lot of Parasols (exclusive styles) cheap

Company's system. To the Honorable City Council: this week. J. & T. KYDD.

Your Committee on Finance and Taxes
'w Owing to the break-down of the steamer
r having investigated as to powers granted to Great sacrifice in Summer Clothing, at
Thos. CoUyer the Brunswick Base Ball Club incorporated cities to levy a special tax for PAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.

{ could not get here in time for the match water works and fire protection, do hereby

,r game,of base ball with the Fernandina boys report that a special tax of 5 mills may be Butter, Lard, &c., on.ice atE "
collected. : '' HOYT &Co's
this week. A however has been .- : : QFURNITUREI
game arranged The total assessed value, real and personal :

for next Wednesday afternoon. for the year 18S4 was $032,834, which liatJtlng Suits and Caps
f amount will be somewhat increased for the .
a ti i a The steamship City ,of San Antonio sailed present year, and may therefore be used asa For Ladies and Gentlemen, in elegant' ',

,+ for New York Thursday evening with the basis of calculation. For the purpose of style and large variety atKING'S

following cargo: 500 logs cedar, 315 cases raising the means of boring an experimental BAZAAR, .t ; We have opened, in the Marson Building, Centre Street..
artesian well not of tf Cor. of Fifth and Centre sts. '
including any cost
cedar, 192 barrels rosin, 83 barrels spirits of
storing or distributing water, it is estimated below Second, a full line of Furniture,. Bedding, etc., consisting:
turpentine. 74 sacks cedar saw dust, 05,000 that a tax of 2i mills will be required, Another case of handsome Lawns at five
feet yellow pine lumber, 46 packages mer- which will make a fund of $1,582. In the cents per yard. J. & T. KYDD. in part Walnut Chamber Suits, Ash Chamber Suits, Mahogany

' chandise. event of success, good flowing water in ample -
and Painted Chamber Suits Bedsteads in great variety, and atprices'as
been obtained the ;
quantity having Refrigerators at Fred W. Hoyt & Co.'s
= The saw mill of Messrs. Dyal & Upton, work of supplying the whole city with pure Furniture Store, Centre Street. low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere- .
situated at Dyal's station.four miles north water and fire protection 'may: then be car-

t ried on each year, by means of special taxa- finished and dark Children Bedsteads Chairs in
1 ;y of Callahan, was entirely destroyed by fire tion, without bonding the city.G. To Rent. light, ; ; great
on'Thursday night, July 23<1. The mill and STARK Chairman. Two rooms, the upper floor of the house < and
variety; Rockers.of all kinds; Tables-Extension, Breakfast
on northwest of Centre and Seventh
fixtures will be a total loss. .The mill will. i Further consideration of the matter was corner
be rebuilt at some point streets. Inquire 011, .the. premises.. Centre Washstands Wardrobes Springs-Slat and Wire ;
r probably more convenient deferred until a special meeting which has ; ( ; ;

to the timber supply. The loss was been called for Tuesday night next. Summer Clothing. and Hats closing out .,:1 f Mattresses various ,qualities, cheaper than ever before' sold

between $tOOO and $5,000., No insurance.- Attention was called to the fact that the cheap. ... J. & T. I YDD.
GiUahan Record. '. Pillows and Bolsters; and a full line of goods generally found
ordinances in reference to the collection of
A new lot of latest styles Crockery and
i A gentleman from Columbus, Ga., speaking the dog tax was not, being enforced by the Glassware at '* HOYT & Co's. i in a regular Furniture, Store. We invite an inspection of our ..

: of Fernandina and Amelia Beach, said police authorities.:; I stock. '

1 that of all.the summer resorts he had visited The Tax Collector was ,instructed to.publish The Atlantic Favllton. -

7 Fernandina was certainly the most a notice that the ordinance will be en- Having obtained a lease of the Atlantic We also direct, attention to our new designs in Crockery.
r Pavilion, on Amelia Beach, I beg to inform
"While the thermometer he forced after 1.
rr pleasant. September my friends and the public generally that I The latest.shapes in the beautiful' ..LustreBanc1Vare_ and Porcelain -
continued, "occasionally reaches the nine An ordinance to repeal section 1 of an ordinance propose. make snch improvements and

; ties, the heat is not as oppressive as in most in relation to animals, etc., was additions as to make the Pavilion a first- '. Goods. Sold.in any quantity' suit purchaser. : ;,' ; "

other places, being tempered by the refresh- read the second time. class sea-side 'resort. Refreshments of all .. ;
kinds will he served in first-class style at >:. ,, .; ;FRED.W. HOYTI:& 'COt. -
trade-winds. And as for tbe'nights An: ordinance to amend an 'ordinance .-
ing reasonable rates. solicit the patronage of <' :. ; '
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they are simply delicious !" granting the right of way"through:ttie city the public., : ALBERTGLAIBEK.. >' :,.. s _:, N { ,

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