Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00277
 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 22, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00277
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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LET THEM COME TO TIlE SO tTTII. but -yesterday. It is in the power. ITEMS OF'INTEREST.' v PRINCE Louis of Battenburg an Administrator's Sale.

The New York Herald has been. of the Northern press to do much -- excellent practical printer, and once THE HEIRS OF DOMINGO ACOSTA.
Two races of men are dying out- !: deceased, and all persons interfiled,
wrestling with the puzzling question, towards repairing the harm that it Laplanders' who number 30,000 when his ship reached a small port will take notice that on the 15th flay of
September, 1885. or as soon thereafter as the
why European: immigrants comingto has done the South in, this respect, and the Maoris ,of ,New Zeland, ,re- where no one was competent to same can be heard, I, T.A.A(>o ta, administrator -
this country seek homes in the and we would be glad to see them, print the required for a of said estate of Domingo Acosta. de-
duced from 100,000)( ) to 45,000, since'the programmes ceased, will apply to the Judie of the Cir-
West instead of the South? and begin the good work. If they will days of Capt. Cook, and likelyto dance given by the officers, the cuit Court for the Fourth Judicial Circuit
the of this show half the zeal in correctingthese at chambers sitting, tiara decree authorizing
kindly offers people sec- Prince came forward and undertookthe
be. extinct by the .year 2000.. the sale h'n t. as administrator, of the following -
tion some valuable information and misrepresentations that they work. described lauds and real estate: situated -
A NEW ,industry in the: Southern in the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida. -
advice which it hopes may prove of have so long shown in devising and forests is the utilization of the' THE soldiers' monument of Atlanta belonging, said estate, known as the
them. It circulating them, there will be no needles claim of Domingo Al'ostaon the official surveys -
to :
use says is have of
to statues Grant Lee
of the long-leaved(:pine (Pines situated' in Townships 10 and 11.South
While it is true that the West lack of immigration to this sectionin Johnston and ,Sherman around the of Range 27 East: beginning at a water-oak
palustris.) The leaves are soaked in on the right bank of Dunn's Creek, markedX
inducements to immi- future.-Charle.stori News and Cou "
offers many base of the column. Near the
a bath to remove the glazing, and top (A"the) southwest corner of the survey ;
time is at hand when rier. thence north 5 east along the line of
grants, the a '* will,be two soldiers,the,blue and the west
then "crinkled, for s stuffing cushionsand this survey 12.38 chains: to a post at the intersection -
part of this vast inflowing tide oughtto THE NEWATL4NTA LOCOMOTIVE."The other upholste ing.purposes.; gray, clasping hands. ,,and above the with the line between Townships
to the South. But if the 10 and 11, South of Range 27:! East.: 12.32:
that the summit will
globe crowns
new Atlanta locomotive, is CAPT. RICHARD LUCE, who diedat chains east of the northwest and southwest;
South expects to reap the benefits of something entirely new in the way ofa be the Goddess of Liberty. The corners of said Townships whence which
Haven Mass. last week a pine, hears south 60,
Vineyard ; post west 35) links
immigration it must make its advantages locomotive engine. ,All of the ...
structure will be 180 feet in height, and a pine bears north 08. west 18 links.
known. The continent of Eu- machinery is simply rotary engine was, during his life). at sea 310 and will cost $100,000.THE 51.50 chains to a swamp 71.50 to marsh of
attached to the different driving shafts, months, or nearly twenty-six: years. I St. John's river 75 chains to a post on the
is being canvassed by agents bank of the
St. John's
river the northwest
first remains of I
in is The a man ever
case great required. He landed in New Bedford
of power 38,000 corner of this survey; thence south 85 east
who, as a matter profitable specu- entire workingmachinery usually on a barrels of-whale oil, 8,500 barrels of found in a fossil condition were : along the north line of this survey 7.50
lation, dilate eloquently upon the op- locomotive is dispensed with-cylinders recently discovered near the City of chains cross marsh to swamp, 17 chains to
sperm oil, and 383,000 pounds of. second hammock, 52.50 across hammock,
portunities which are hanging from steam chests, pistons, cross-heads, Mexico. The scientists find ,it impossible 60.40 chains a post at the intersection of line
Western trees like over-ripe pears rods, balance'weights:; cranks, etc., all whalebone; and he was. called the. between Sections 31 and 32. 23.50 chains
cast aside, and the simple locomotive champion of the whale,..fishery. to name the geological age south of the corner to Sections 29,30,31 and
ready to be plucked. The South stands out bereft of a third of its ex- of the remains, and it is not likely 32; from said post a pine bears north 70
AN Indian headstone, about the i west 10 links and a black-jack bears north
does almost nothing of the kind. of manufacturer and fourfifthsof those who wish the
pence that to amplify 65 east 46 links distant: 90 chains to cypress
And yet there is no portion! of this the expense for repairs. It is size of a large water 'pitcher, and I'' antiquity of the human'race will be swamp,90.72 chains the point of intersectionwith

country where an industrious, thrifty claimed that this locomotive, becauseof similar in shape, except,that,the top gratified. The cases of the skull of Atkinson the west, 8.79 line chains,of the south claim 5 of west Clark from&

wide-awake man has such a having no cylinders, cross-heads nor is oval, was found in the Housatonic the northwest corner thereof 120 chains, J
rods-requiring no balance weightswill Calveras and the bones found at across swamp 200 chains to a post, the north
chance to better his fortunes in the River lately by a; resident_of Brookfield -
as much steadier and smoother Natchez forbid positive east corner of this survey at the edge of the
South. Why do not our neighborswake run Conn. On.,the oval! shape,part any assump- swamp; thence south 5 west along the
than the locomotives now in use. tion as to the recent discovery. eastern line of this suruey 69 chains, out of
up to the exigencies of the occasion There being no cranks, steam havingthe are wrought two distinct heiroglyphics. swamp 100.50 chains to hammock, 111.50
On the sides of the stone AN entirely new kind of bank chains across the hammock to swamp, 125
at of are I
and get their share of the same purchase any position :
peo- chains 29 links to post on the north bank of
ple who are tired of doing nothing in the driving-wheels, there are no dead also curious carvings. :'Experts pro- note, printed in colors, instead of Dunn's creek and the southeast corner of

centres, and the steam has an appli-: it of the finest the. black and white of the Bank of this survey from which a maple tree, markedX
and be in nounce one : specimens
to A bears north
Europe hope something cation of uniform at all times ( ) 38 west 28 links distant;
power of Indian',headstones in the England notes, is being prepared for thence down stream with the meanders of
America? and in all positions of: the driving- t.EXPERIMENTS. issue by the Bank of Scotland. The the right,.and north bank of Dunn's creekas
It is difficult to explain this matter wheels. It is claimed that it is capableof country. follows: north 51 west 12 chains, thence
and this the inventor chief novelty of the new note is in north 83 degrees west 40 chains, thence
to the Herald's satisfaction or our great speed, made 'during the north 62 degrees west 15 chains. thence
:Mr. W. c.. Shearer, had mainly in its colors, which will, of course,
own. The explanation it gives is past two years 'to introduce a few of north 30 west 14 chains north 49 west 14
view,in working out his ideas. He make reproduction by photography chains ; thence north 18 west 12 chains,
correct as far as it goes, but it does feels certain that he can shoot along early varieties of American corn into thence south 68 west 23 chains 75 links the
and it is believed will
impossible, southwest corner of the claim of Clark &
not cover the case. There are many with, an ordinary passenger train at some of the Austrian provinces have The Atkinson, thence north 59 west 16 chains

other reasons why foreign immi- the rate of 70 or,80 miles an hour ; in proved,very successful in: Dalmatia.Not prevent forgery. paper on south 81 west,25 chains; thence north 72
which the bank note is printed is west 37 chains thence north 69 chains
fact with as great speed as the ; ,
to the Southern that of
fail to : is the twice
grants come only yield_. thence north 54 west 10 chains 21 links to
\ States instead{Agoing to thc*West*" .B tq lt kjia:! tracj ....mlC) ; I engine.is attached to the driving-: duces the Bank;of England note. and place "of beginning; also Lots nine ((9))
em States and Territories, but these shaft and locomotive frame in an in- of the American corn'can be finished and eleven ((11)) in Block No. three ((3)), Old

reasons are too long and numerousto genious 'manner, providing for any early enough to escape the annual in- A LONDON paper says : "A tele- by Town this Fernandina survey, 1952.68, Florida acres.; containing Said lands,

be stated within reasonable space.It change of position caused by rough undatinos, while the Dalmatian corn gram from Belgium, to the effect lying beyond the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
road and play of the springs. Thereare that the dock laborers on the Florida, within which letters of adminis-
may be said, however, that thereare ripens late and is often totally destroyed tration were granted and within the limitsof
no direct lines of communication two steam ports into the rotary by water before the harvest Scheldt have consented to the erec- the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida
for ahead and the
engine-one going Sale to pay debts.
between Southern and Europeanports time. The however tion of a grain elevator, reminds one
other for backing. When one portsis question, seems T. A. ACOSTA,

and very little intercourse: be- giving steam the other exhausts, to be whether the American corn that less than 'sixty years since' Administrator Domingo of Acosta the Estate dec. of

tween the Southern States and Euro- which is utilized for draft. Steam is will retain all these good points afterit such an exhibition of labor-saving Fernandina, Fla.] August 14, 1885. 30d

countries taken from the dome, and admitted, machinery as that now being heldat
pean on any lines. The has been cultivated in the foreign
shut off, quantity regulated, etc., by a Extract From a Private Letter.
South would have
ties of blood and friendship which soil and climate for of Kensington
lever in the cab, similar to the reverse ,a period years, Regarding Dr. David Kennedy's 'Favorite
unite so large a proportion of the lever of an ordinary locomotive. A or whether it will become acclima- been impossible. If attempted, it Remedy,' the writer, Prof. A. B. Chandler,

Northern and steam valve at the dome would have been wrecked by an in- Principal of the Academy, Brookhaven,
people, immigrants regulated bya tized and partake of the.home pecu- Miss., says: "I suffered from torpidity of ,
immediate descendants of immigrants rod from the cab, instantly shuts off liarities, thus necessitating a con- furiated mob. A good deal of en- ,the liver and bowels and paralysis. I used f
the steam in case of accident to the'Favorite Remedy' for two'months. and I
with the people of any of fresh lightenment on the subject of ma-
European stant seed.
the steam The motion of the importation am now able to use my side, which for two
countries are almost wholly wantingin chinery and hand labor has taken months and am now able to use my side, !
rotary engine and drivers can be re THE Grant monument fund has which for a long time had been like "a pieceof
the South, where the population versed instantly by the reverse leverin not reached $50,000 yet. The few place since then. dead flesh. My general health was never '

is for the most part many genera- the cab. Atlanta Constitution. subscriptions that are coming in are IT is stated as a curious fact, by a letter than at present"f.

tions removed from the influence of not only small in amount. but "few writer in'the Building News, that one Xotice.
TIlE Court of
such ties except in the case of Eng- Supreme Pennsylvania of the properties specially conduciveto WHEREAS APPLICATION HAS been
and far between and al-
recognizing the alleged though the County Court in and
land and France. The immigrantswho antipathyand most is durability in timber is its odorif-- the County of Nassau Florida by T. A.
incompatibility of interests of every man asking some Acosta Administrator of the estate of JaneY.
arc now pouring into the United mothers-in-law and sons-in-law has other man to give, the popular indifference erousness-woods which are of this Acosta, for an order to sell for paymentsof
States debts, the following real estate, belongingto
naturally follow their coun- character being the most durable.
decided that the latter cannot insure to the appeals of the com- I said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, that is.
trymen who have preceded them mittee are painfully prominent. The same authority states that the Lots seven ((7)), nine ((9)) and ten ((10)) in
within the the life of the former. "A man has : Block No. four ((4)) ; also Lots seven ((7)), nine
past generation and increase in due to seasoning
no no insurable.interest in the life of The press, to their credit be it strength ((9), and i of ten ((10)) in Block No. nine ((9)),
effort has been spared by the people their best in different woods is as follows : the City of Fernandina, County of Nassau,
his mother-in-law." With cynical spoken, are doing to relieve Florida, (Old Town), with the improve-
and press of the North to encouragethis candor the bench the city whichhas taken upon White pine, 9 per cent.; elm, 12.3 i ments; and Theodore Rousseau, Julius D.
Pennsylvania ce- Rousseau, Eustis J. Acosta, Lilian Marton,
tendency.In cent. oak 26.6 cent. ash
per ; ,
clares that "the mere fact that he itself the custody of the old hero'sremains per ; wife of Charles Barton, Kate Acosta, Alberti
the competition for this class of from this reproach but with 44.7 per cent, ; beech, 61.9. The Acosta,Isadore Acosta Odena AcostaCharles,
married;her daughter gives him no Acosta, Francis Acosta Julia A. Acosta,
settlers of different woods
the South has been value
long such pecuniary interest in the what effective must 'wait and see. comparative heirs of said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, are
hopelessly at a disadvantage. The pre- The thinks is "diffi- in.respect'to crushing strength and cited and notified to show cause on or before
servation of her life as to permit Evening.Post the 10th day of September, 1885, why said
only newspapers published in this him to effect a valid insurance thereon cult to account for the slow way in stiffness, is thus shown : Teak, .. order should not be granted. if any they

country which circulate in Europe wHich 6,555 ;English oak, 4,074 ; ash, 3,571; can. H. J. BAKER,
for his benefit." The intimationis subscriptions are coming in, County Judge, N. C.
have contained nothing but abuse while the World even more out- elm, 3,468 ; beech, 3,079 ;mahogany, T. A., ACOSTA,
that the of motherinlaw ,
percentage Administ'r of the Estate of Jane Y.
and misrepresentation of the Southfor figuring in mortality lists wouldbe spoken, is prompted to ask, with an 1 2,571 ; spruce, 2,522; yellow pine, Acosta, dec.
forty We recall cedar 700. Fernandina, Fla., August 14, 1885. 4w
years past. can increased by recognizing the apparent feeling of indignation: "Is 2,193 ; sycamore, 1,833 ; ,

but few instances in which so much validity of this class of insurance it not disgraceful to the city and the Regarding the relative degree of Refrigerators at Fred W. Hoyt & Co.'s

has been said in favor of this sectionas policies. State that in the first two weeks of hardness, shellbark hickory stands Furniture Store, Centre Street.

is said in the few words of the the existence of the monument com- highest, and, calling that 100, white Private Board,

Herald which have above. is 84 white ash 77 wood At the Brick Cottage on Seventh street.
we quoted UNDERTAKER Merritt has prepareda mittee, when the death and burialof oak ; ,; dog I near Egmont Hotel.

The agents in Europe to whom it bill of$30,000 for the expenses of the Union commander were likelyto 75 ; scrub oak, 73 ; white hazel, 72; Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor

refers have used these newspaper Gen. Grant's funeral. It may be in- open men's hearts and purses, if apple, 70 ; red oak, 69; beech, 65 ; be accommodated.without board. 'Transient boarders will

misrepresentations to the best advantage teresting for him to remember that black walnut, 65 ; yellow oak, 60 ; MBS. T. P. G. T 03IPSOX.
they are to be opened paltry $37- Fernandina, Fla., January, 10, 1885.
as the result has shown. Undertaker Speare, of Washington, 000 only.has been collected? And white elm, 58 ; hard maple, 56 ; wild

The of ''55 yellow pine 54. Ironwood Great bargains in Parasols, Mitts, Lace
people Europe have been has never: been able to collect his in a city where people build resi- cedar, ; Goods, etc., at

taught to regard the South in the bill of expenses of the funeral of dences at a cost of two or three mil- hornbeam, almond, hard PAUL FUSKE'S DRY GOODS EMPOBIUM.

light in which it has been so long President Garfield. beech, teak, and thorn are of nota- ----
Congress appointed lion dollars and pay'$400,000 for a 'Remember the closing out sale in Dry

regarded by most newspaper readersat a committee to audit yacht Is there no patriotism and ble hardness, and, of course, very Goods etc.. at

the :North, who are to-day as igno- Speare's bill and when they had cut 'public spirit among the wealthy? serviceable where that quality is PAUL FUNKE'S. DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.St. .
Louis Seer!
rant of the true character of the it down,to fifty per cent. of the original Must the Grant monument fund bea essential. St.'Louis beer of the celebrated brewery

South and its people as are the im he refused accept a cent. His repetition of the Bartholdi statueof Gents' Furnishing Goods, Notions, etc., AXTHOSY & KUHS, at

migrants who landed in the. country. bill was much smaller than Merritt's. liberty ?" / at cost, atPAUL FUXKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. Billiard F.and C.Sample LATHAM'S Room.



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.ri'. tf": >. .,THE FLORIDA .MIRROR : AUGUST 22.H88 ":..,. ""'.: : "

,I FREBDOj : ", ., something J* v -'"' b' 'ttetha "" *13int l'-]och." I I :lr.i.t; at-the imperious manner'of:the hn I 'l'*.., K F.- .'. I I "The man who drew: my plctnrp

i BY LORD ALFRED TENNYSOX, ,will show it to you." [ glr he'" said. quietly, "a: Continental ,. -, One evening in midwinter, more Shall'I.show it to you ?",
From the inner folds of his :homespun soldier.*.' .' than a year later, there were gathered "Yes, indeed.''
OThou. so fair in sunmers gone, coat he drew forth a small portfolio "You were ill, mayhap, and fell be about the open fireplace in the livingroom i The child brought not only her
i-. While yet thy fresh and vigourous soul the hind." of the mansion the but the owns
Inf,)rni'ti thecolumn'd Parthenon, and then, sitting on a shelf of Phillips crayon of:her sister.
The glittering Capitol. rock; opened the case, placed it upon The soldier'bowed. young woman, Martha, her little sister -' "They are well done ; well done little -
his knee, and then sharpened acrayon.; "Don't you know you are on dangerous Ruth, and an elderly woman, who I maid, but you have grown older
.So But fair scarce in southern of such sunshine majestic bathed mien, "Your little face, my'maid' is set'so ground? You are within the was plainly the mother. A tap at tha since this was made."
As here with forehead vapor-swathed charmingly by the bright leaves on British lines:"- door did not,fail ,to cause all three,to ,"Yes, more than a year."
In meadows ever: green. the bank, back of you, that ifyou will "I hope soon to be safeYThe'you.nEwoman start a little. Troublous time again- UA year, indeed," said he, half meditatively -
For thou-when Athens reign'd and Rome, let me I will sketch it, and you may gathered up her had come on this part of the country.' .
Thy glorious eyes"were di m m'd with pain, have the )portrait." reins, saying as she 'did so : "Ruth, 'Rumors of an advance prevailed. "My sister Patty looks: every day at
To mark in many a freeman's home The child's eyes sparkled, but she you should not stray away so far from Father and brother had again set out, hers, and sometimes I do hear her
The slave, the scourge, the chain ; said ; "You were tired and almost. home. Come with me." Then she ,with,the contingent troops to repel, a *I wonder if I shall ever see him say,
O follower of the Vision, still asleep as I came." seemed to hesitate, and at length saidto threatened 'invasion. .However, Mistress again.: .
In motion to the distant gleam, A slight, quick smile, though tempered the 'young soldier, who had not :Martha did not hesitate to open "Hush: : Ruth,: the gentleman cares
i .Howe'er blind force and brainless will sadness flitted the stirred ."How' time needed the door. So far least their home "
I May jar thy golden dream with over : long you at for nothing of:that sort., said :Martha.
!1. ; youngman: 's face, and he said : "Yes, to draw this?" had been respected by both armies. "But I am interested."
"Who, like great Nature, wouldst not mar but you have awakened me. Now "But a few minutes." There stood on the steps a tall'man, As they sat by the fire ]later, chatting -
This By order changes of our all too Human fierce Star and, fast stand. still'as you can." "They are'precious. Dare you draw. whose great coat vas slightly sprinkled and while :Martha was meditating
This heritage of the'past; With quick, vigorous strokes the mine?" .with the snow that.was beginningto upon which of the two spare rooms to
,t young man plied his crayon, now and "It would.be a pleasure." fall. He did not, offer to enter until put the stranger into for the night
. 0 scorner of the party cry. the child's face. ?" bidden but he said with
I That wanders from the public good, then glancing up at 'Vill.you ; great there was heard without a sound Thatrose
i Thou-when the nations rear on high Both were silent some moments. At "Remain,.then, as you are." Again courtesy, that: he was a belated traveler above the moaning of the wind
1 Their idol smeared with blood. length he said : "And so your brother drawing forth his portfolio.and fixingone compelled to ask shelter and food, "'Yhat'Is' that ?" asked Martha.
does predict a battle to-morrow,?" long, searching glance on 'the girl, if so be the inmates felt safe in extend- The stranger hastened to the
And when roll their idol downOf
saner Worship they ,sanely proud, "Yes, he did'say so,and :did ask sister he began 'his work. As he went on ing such hospitalities."Bid window, and even as he did so the
1 Tboc,,loather of the lawless crown :Marfha to make. cartridges for 'she had both, ,desire and opportunityto the gentleman in, Martha," sound grew louder and more signifi-
f As of the lawless crowd. him." observe him. She saw that he was said the mother, and when, he had, I. cant. It was the yell of maddenedmen

, J j :How long thine ever-growing mind "And now he has gone-there, tall, sinewy, young, and, as he lookedup with exquisite grace, bowed and and now, as the curtains were
j .\; Hath still'd the blast and strewn the wave, there, my maid," for he saw her chin with the inquiring glance of the thanked her, he asserted that nothing tossed aside, they saw a yellow light
t,; .j Though To some thee of late would raise a wind quiver, 'he will come back. Mayhap artist, it was impressed upon her that but the direst necessity would have through and beyond t.hethickfallinrr
.1 sing thy grave. 'there'll be no battle." he was handsome and strong beyondall compelled him.to.intrude himself. snow-flakes. The light grew brighterand
Men loud against all forms of power- They were silent 'a few minutes men she had ever seen. She saw "These are, indeed, sad times, sir," brighter. ,
1 Unfurnished brows, tempestuous tongues, then he said ""Which the sometimes said the mother. "Twice before "
'Expecting all things in an hour- longer; : way quick, strong delicate my .'_ "It is the army, said :Martha.
1 Brass mouths and iron lungs! did your father and brother go, my strokes: of the crayon, and saw grace in husband and son have been called "Which one ?" asked the mother.
\ -From the Independent. ,child ?" both. He ventured not a word. At awry to defend the country. I know "The British think. Look, theyare
! / r J ONLY TWO BEECHNUTS. "By the turnpike io-' the White length the, girl said : "Who is your not where they may be to-night, but burning neighbor Keller's house.
J .. I Ij Plains'5"Oh commander?" the good Lord WIll protedt them and They will come ", here. They' have
;j An old brown farm house has stood oh ,oh, yes, of course, to the He seemed not to hear, and she us". threatened before. They will burn
1 for years on the highway between White Plains There," holding up.the asked again. Without pausing'in his; "Is there, then, disturbance in these the house and they may kill us See
1 Ridgefield and, South Salem, in Con- I portrait, "there, I have foreshortened 'work he said : "Colonel Tylers;' of the parts?" asked the stranger. there, over the hill ; they are coming.
" I necticut. It was so near the New the nose little too much. When I Seventh Connecticut." "Have you not heard and seen, sir, There, they have set fire to the hay-
! i :York and Connecticut boundary line have fixed that it will be done. Then; "You 'are 'from .below?" and you a traveler?" rick. Mother, be calm. They shall
I that a stone could be thrown twenty with a few rapid strokes he finished! "I was." '/,- "I had supposed the operations were not hurt you. I will not let them,"
, :yards or more from the doorsteps into the sketch and gave it.to the child. "That what I mean. You' werea to the west, else I might not have ven- and the.girl turned with flashing eyes
{ either State. It had sheltered generation "It's my face! it's my face !" cried rortrait'sk: t' her?" tured on my journey." and flushed cheeks, and seemed to be
1 after generation of the same family the child. "Yes, in New York, before the war." The old lady glanced quickly at going tO'seek for a weapon. But shewas'
J for more than a hundred years. A "Now, what is your name, that' I Suddenly she said : "Do you know him for a moment'as, though,wishing st.ated.rfhe stranger whom
4 few-days ago it became necessury to may write it beneath the portrait ?'" you may be killed to-morrow-?" to scan so strange a person as this, they had forgotten, had gently restrained -
tear downthis, old building and in re-' She told him and he wrote : "Perhaps." who did not'know what was going on her. She looked at him inquiringly
moving the discarded furniture that Ruth Phillips, by Philip. *'I meant that a great battle is ex- about him, but neither by:hint of wordor and he said : "They will
q k had grown shaky with years of soli-' "There," he said, "my first. name is pected." action did she betray any surprise.The ., :do you no harm'
t *t tucle in the musty garret, a small chest the same as your last. one. That is The young man made a most vigorous stranger was young and neatly The madmen rushed on down the
.was found. Nothing was in it but a nice, isn't it?" stroke, but without looking< up he dressed in a heavy, close-fitting sur- hill; and there was two big fellows in
'f package no larger than a spool. On As she stood gazing at the portrait ,said quietly : "You are better informed tout that reached to his top-boots. His the front. They wore the uniform of
i opening the tattered, faded paper covering the young soldier quickly took a small! than I. I shall reach my command hair, which was long, fell 'in curly the British army. They were, indeed,
two beechnuts were disclosed exactly map from his portfolio and traced.withhis to-night.:" locks 'almost to, his shoulder, and ,it on a'tour of devastation and ruin.
} alike, perfectly preserved, and. finger a highway until it stoppedat "I have been doing my part, too," was of a yellow tinge, almost approaching Just as they reached the stone fence
1 "whose shells were as hard as glass. An a point marked White Plains. Then shesaid., whiteness. The old lady at once that inclosed the yard before the
, .examination of the crumbling inclos- he studied a moment, and was aboutto "I myself'-rode-. Danbury this perceived that whoever her guest:was house,,.,and were about to ,surmount it$
ure revealed some writing that was turn away when the clatter .of morning bearing'the commission to the he was a gentleman, and .as he ad- the stranger went out. and stood with i
'" .scarcely] legible. The almost vanished. : horse's hoofs startled him. The rider commanding officer that the' British dressed himself entirely to her she the snow whitening his bare head. He
sentence was deciphered as follows : by the sound, was pressing his steedto troops were gathering at the White soon found herself interested in him. lifted his arm, and the two big men
These are the beechnuts that Philip his best mettle. Almost abruptlythe Plains, and that he and his command Though.she frequently referred to the stopped, as did those behind them,
t \ and, :Martha exchanged October 19, young soldier seized the'child'and must march at once and concentrate at topic'that was uppermost in her mind, and after the stranger had said a wordor
{ 1773." led her to the seat on,the rock. Then, Bedford before daylight. I tell you," he seemed: to care little about the war. two to them they turned and went
,', The little nuts that had lain for a with such fluency as caused her to she .added, "because by taking the The old lady decided that he must bea their way. When he returned to the
1 hundred years untouched are now to raise her eyes in some surprise, he short cut you might fall in the sooner merchant from below, who had ven- house his manner was as calm as it
\ be carefully preserved, especially as spoke of the picture, and was thus 'engaged with the army." tured thus far.toward the British out- had been an hour before. To their
i associated with them is a family tradi- as he intended to be, when the Here the young man snapped a posts-which then included the Phillips thanks he simply replied : "You deserved -
j tion. The history which the discovery horseman dashed by. The horse was crayon, and, while sharpening it, said : homestead-for purposes of bUSI- protection. You have earnedit.
:' of these beechnuts has revived is as checked as suddenly as, though shot "Thank you for the suggestion. it must ness. :Mea'nwhileIartha: had herself ."
) follows: A huge bowlder frowns upon dead, and the young man thereuponlifted be ten miles to Danbury." prepared a repast, ,of which she at Then he bade them farewell, though
1; the old Salem turnpike, perhaps a his tall figure that had been ,.y es." length invited the stranger to partake. they expressed much astonishment
! mile from the New York; State line. bending over the child, turned slowly, "You must have pushed your horse1"Indeed Then for the first time he took look of thereat, and pleaded with him to stay
,' It conceals the highway toward the and. when he looked up the weary, ,- I did." the girl. eel must hasten on my journey," he
:I west'' by ,reason of the sharp turn thatis careworn expression was again on his When next he looked up the por- "We have simple fare now," she said. "Before I go, however, I would
made around it. Leaning against face. It was changed, however, to a trait was done. He gave i it to her said."The ask if :Mistress Martha can producethe
.1 this bowlder one mild afternoon in October look of surprise that was not. counter- with a graceful bow, and the mannerof simplest'fare has always been counterpart of this ?'' and thrust-
I 1778, was a young man. His feited as his eyes fell on a young indifference, .but she saw that his my choice and habit," he said, and ing his hand into his bosom he drew
! eyes were resting on the vista,of buff, woman. Though the soldier stead- face was as white _as the :paper.itself. then added : "This must be a lonelylife forth a beechnut.
I Thrown and scarlet foliage that stretchedfar fastly ..received" look, that, the girl For some moments she studied the for you, though perhaps an exciting I know it. I did know it," said
1 ',' away, and through which patchesof gave him,from eyes that were rounded picture., ,Then she said : 'It.is a mar- one." the little Ruth ; but :Martha made .no
t blue water of the lake beyond could with, astonishment as they were luminous vel. It must be my very truthful portrait Not;lonely when father and brotherare response, only turned for a moment so
is l>e seen. 0 and searching, yet he did not fail : I thank you, sir," 'and she extended here and when there is no war." that her face and bosom were turned
. "Beautiful," he said. "Ah, if. I ,to note the exquisite picture that she her hand. "Your father and,brother are.in'the I from him, and when she again faced
1 'only-if I had not this business in made., The high and, jauntilypoisedriding As he took it, she added : I ,wishI i field ?" him she too held in her hand a beech-
t ; hand; 'and their outposts are just be- hat the burning leaves of a ma- had something that I might give I "Yes, sir." nut."I
J t yond" ple almost touched as with a fiery you in return for this. I 'fear 'now, "It is a pitiable lot for you, indeed !" am very glad," he said, "whenwe
1 c Even as he spoke he started, listened plume; the complexion that was that I was too presumptuous to ask "No, sir;' no, indeed We are gladto meet again you may not know me
; .J and in an instant so changed brighter than that of a leaf that almost you to do this." .have: a father and! brother to fight except by this same ,token."
': his manner ,that he seemed a tired and' rested on the cheek ; the figure, "You honored me, and have 'repaid for our country." He said this somewhat sadly, and
listless' soldier, with' no care for the seated as though horse and rider were me." The stranger looked at her for a before another word was said, departed. -
.i landscape that had charmed him. ''molded together ; the coal-black ,animal "We may: meet again, sir, when I moment with such admiration as could A moment later he mounted a
As the footsteps that had caused gently pawing the earth, all can better repay you." give no offense. Then he said : "Thatis horse that had been held in waitingfor
t the change of manner approached, and backed by the brilliancy of the forest- He said: "We may ; who knows ?" indeed, true patriotism." him in.the highway, and galloped
, seemed about to round the bowlder, this picture gladdened his artistic eye. Then as his eyes fell on the ground he She was silent. for so long a time, forth into the snow and darkness.
E'J he still kept his eyes half closed with Yet his active mind was busy with espied a number of beechnuts that had, that he stopped for a moment ,as, ,he,' 'When the buds were bursting into
the expression of weariness, nor did he queries 'as to her identity. But'the fallen from the tree overhead. -Hepicked ate,and said : "Is there; then, to be blossoms some five months later and
. lift them until the steps stopped in little girl solved, the question. She I up two of them. fighting near by ?" when Martha was reaching her dim-
front him. Then looking up he sawa said ; "Oh, Patty, see the picture of "See," he said, "these 'nuts are exactly "Father did say 'to us as he went pled arms up among the lilac flowers
child, a girl of ten or twelve, maybe. me the man did draw." 'alike: 'You said we might meet away : There 'will be no general battle -, one. day, she turned suddenly, and
The little one spoke: The oldest sister put out her unoc- again. I will give you this one and but we. are going with the contingent there behind her stood a tall young I
'Where is your musket?" she asked. cupied hand and received the portrait, keep ,the other. If we meet again we and regulars _to cut off the' man in the uniform of an American
1 1 "Are you then so used to seeing not yet taking her, eyes from the sol will put them,side by side as they are British.' They do expect by night of officer. His hair was black, his face I
soldiers with guns, my maid, that you dier. At last she glancedat the por- now. You can repay' me by doing to-morrow to have thrown up such: pale and unshaven, and he was plainly ,
tyonder I haven't any?" trait, then scrutinized it more closelytill this.: It is only a whim of mine." forts or defenses as will head off the laboring with excitement or trouble.He .
"Not always, but now. Why, my' seemed;; to' the young man that She looked at him curiously for a British,'and as'it is but twelve miles. said, nothing until she had first
father and my brother John have gone many minutes had passed. At lengthshe moment, and then said : "Why, thatis away where they do so at the Carmel spoken.
5\ :,; away, with their muskets", and so has turned to him and said, "You did a playful thing to do ; ,butif, you Cross Roads, maybe father and brother i "You. have come again," she said,
every one." this?" wish it, I will," and she thrust the will be home Saturday. I half-tremulous, half-cold.
"Mayhap they have gone shooting The soldier, bowed, and the young beechnut under her glove. When she Here the stranger seemed much occupied "This time a supplicant. I see YOU
':f the. Tame.'. woman made mental note_ of the grace looked back after she had gone down with his meal,nor did he pause know me now. I am my natural self
"6h', no ; for they put on their three- with which this common soldier made ,the road a piece he still stood there in the eating of it until, seemingly but for these clothes. Protect met
cornered hats, like yours and I did courtesy. with head uncovered as when she conscious that some one was gazing mistress:, I beseech you!In
hear my brother say surely there'd be "What for?" she asked though, her quitted him. Had .she: looked )later fixedly at him, he l looked up and encountered "Protect you I"
a' battle to-morrow." tones.were not abrupt as the words. she would have seen the young soldier the steady eye of little Ruth. "Yes, for unless you do in an hour I
-The. young soldier no longer assumed "The little maid pleased me." rushing with mighty strides in the direction He smiled pleasantly and said : "How, shall be captured. I can escape no
I I the look of wearied indifference. "It is 'almost perfect." opposite to what he. had all then, little maid, do you, too, miss: further." .
His manner however, did not "I am as well aware as you that it day' been taking, and if she had read your father?" "Why should I ? You saved us
suggest to the child that .lie burned is not so." his thoughts; she would have known "You do make me' think of my'pic- that night ; you-you-:no, I will
within. ."Who are you?" that he was thanking God he had met ture. man," the.child said.. : not. i L You betrayed my girlish, foolish
'"My little 'maidhe': said, "I have 'He smiled slightly, for he could not her. "Have you a picture man.?" conflUence I twice, and may thereby


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I. (THE FLORIDA .MIRROR : AUGUST 22, 1885. i. : ;

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RULES AID REGULATIONSIN mediate prompt action is required shall IT STANDS *:;
have cost us our c.ountris cause | or SEWING MACHINES, AT THE HEAD!
the \ .,
to.tht' President Board, whose .
words the drew RELATION TO report .,. ,.",,.
From my day you my duty it shall be in every such,,case reported \ .>..
picture you learned enough to enable QUARANTINE.Adopted to institute'proceedings for the enforcementof ALL LATE DIPRO"EDLK ( '. '. ;I ."- .
defeat. White -- ; the law in such case provided.SEC. ,.:
army to us at For Sale at Manufacturers' Prices The Light-Runnin
your by the Board of Health for XassaaCountgFla. shall .
17. The Inspector, personally ,
Plains. From my foolish speech, the ., May 18, 1885. visit'at' the quarantine grounds:: all vessels !.c 1 > ,, ,,". srr.
-AJAT' < '-''
night you rescued us you gathered arriving at the .harbor as soon as possible : >

enough to foil the plans of our people, SECTION 1. During the quarantine season, after such arrival, and tllere'' inspect the of every description, and '. ;; .
it shall be the duty of the pilots to conduct and .if found in good 'sanitary con- DOMESTIC Li
and cause thereby brother' to be to the ,quarantine'grounds all vessels ai riving TACHM'ENTe for any"Sewing} :Machine,
my the harbor of Fernandina the dition, and ..not otherwise restricted: to .for.sale. .:.......................-...............-......,.............
brought home. I trusted you then in except quarantine '''b) the rules' of this Board he :
lines of coastwise steamers,, and, bring; _toanchor of inspection and
assumed be. shall give a certificate
for what you to1 They at.such quarantine grounds all such < ., 9-Old Machines repaired at moderate l '
have told me whom I did then' har- vessels there to remain for such time as'$ the health vessel, which and certificate'certify' to her fully good sanitary identifythe prices. I: This. cut shows the new style' of wood work:

bor." Port Physician"shall designate,.and the said condition. The certificate so given shall 'HENRY IIO EIX. that the company is now introducing';
pilots shall immediately notify the Port : Corner Third and,Asli Streets,
demanded and "by The harborMaster
be taken '
"Then you know: my name ? by. the national ensign at up 8': Fernandina.;' Fla..
Physician, flying .: of'the Port from the master of.any ,. .
"Yes1"Well the foremastrhead, ,.of. the arrival of said vessel receiving the same and entering the
tell me." vessels; and the said pilots shall hand the I harbor, and 1 bv the Harbor :Master delivered E. S. :SCHUYLER
master or person having charge of said ves- President of the Boar of Health ,
She leaned forward, and her face to.the ;
sel, a copy of these rules and regulations.. and. no vessel 1 shall,be assigned! to any berth AR.aa.ITEOT '
vcas white as her neck'as she whisp SEC. 2. AH vessels quarantined under the or allowed to approach ,any: wharf or dockin
provisions of these rules shall remain at said:
ered. the harbor of Fernandina, or receive or
"Yes he said,-"I am he." quarantine without communication with discharge any; cargo, without first obtaining DESIGNS ,FOR BUILDING OF ALL -
the shore, or with any person or persons! .such certificate. Provided, that this regula- with Plans Details. Specifications -
"Then you must go your way. whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsof tion with reference to certificate of inspection and Superintendence. _

'You forget. I only did my duty, any description whatever, unless by special shall riot apply to coastwise steamers .--". -

and I never asked you for the words' permission of the Port Physician ; and plying between 'Brunswick, Savannah,
no person or persons or boats or vessels: Charleston New York, and Fernandina, un 0 _1885
you spoke.1 shall visit or hold any communication with less specially ordered by the/Board..SEC. .

"And I must do my 'duty now." any quarantined vessel, unless by special IS. It shall be the duty; of the Rose Leaf Fine Cut S
"My pursuers will be after me in a authority from the Port Physician; and if Quarantine Inspector to order all vesselsinto _\
any quarantined vessel shall hold ,communication found .
quarantine upon =-
moment. with other quarantined vessel, Navy,Clippings !t
any : be in a foul and unsanitary condition __
ask do this. I then such vessel shall be quarantined for -
"Do not me to cannot to be thoroughly tc1 auseI'an and Snuffs .
." ; fifteen days additional, in addition to all disinfected.: .And all vessels arriving .
other fines or penalties imposed by these from ports south of 25 north latitude, and
He turned and saw the cavalry '
any vessel which may at, any time within
coming over the, hill, and ,then he' 3. On and after the opening each sixty days next,before her arrival have .entered .- J
turned again and looked at her with year of the National Quarantine :Station at. cleared from,'or taken on ballast or
Sapelo Sound), all vessels: from infected I
( the time of arrival
the cargo, or which may at 9F TINtPGI
sadness. '
unspeakable saw sickness on board shall be directed -
ports haying have,on board any ballast or cargo taken on Artistically IScaulilul.Without.
too and knew that he had by the pilot to proceed to said National
horsemen, at any port or ports south of 25 north latitude Lt'zG'
given up hope. He tore open his vest Quarantine Station. : and any vessel hailing from, having I, EM = n Peer.
SEC. 4. Any vessel arriving at this port, TRY1
touched at, entered, or taken on ballast or ,
and drew some papers therefrom that bearing the certificate of the National Quar- cargo at any infected 'or suspected port' IX ITS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION

he rapidly destroyed. Reserving one, antine Officer must be brought to anchor at' within sixty days before arrival ; and any' -- -
he held it to her and said in the sad- the quarantine station, and there remain vessel having sickness on board of any' WILL! FIT. IT HAS NO RIVAL !
until released bv the order of the Board of had sickness : deathon
dest tones! she had ever heard: Health. kind or having any or T HEY ARE STYLISH. The new lines of attachment that are
board within sixty days before arriving
"To-morrow will you read this?" SEC. 5. All such vessels as are described and ono vessel shall be released from quarantine WILL PLEASE YOU, now being placed with each "Domestic"are

She would neither take; f it nor ;jn Section 3, arriving during the closure, of allowed to proceed to"her destination THEMEN'S specialties. No other machine has them
These and the jnew wood-work
said National Quarantine Station shall anchor
until after full is made by the FINE
report SHOES
but the was taken from make th< Donlcstic"mur than everwithout -
speak /
paper I and remain at the Port Quarantine Inspector and Port .Physician to the'Boardof .
his hand by little Ruth who had come Station under the personal supervision or Health, and then only on the authorized question,

there unobserved."I direction of the Quarantine Officer. permit of the Board, signed' by the Secretary HAND-MADE The '
Acknowledged Standard of
SEC. G. All vessels arriving at this port thereof. '*
will, :Mr. Picture :Man. with sickness on board or having had the GOODYEAR WELXS
"Thank you and God bless you, my same during voyage will at all seasons of SEC. 19. The Inspector shall 'interrogate' Excellence.FOR .
the of and vessel ,
master arriving MACHINE
child You keep it and give it to the year, no matter from what port, either under oath touching any all every matters upon whichit
your sister by noon to-morrow." American station or, and foreign there, remain until quarantine releasedby is the duty of the Inspector and Port y Qqq' S GlF4k SEWED.. .- SALEBYHENRY -

The cavalry had now spied him, order of the Board of'Health. Physician to be informed, and if the masterof ANC ok a
their SEC. 7. Vessels from ports south of 25 any vessel shall refuse to answer any HOBEIN
and their horses to
question or questions put to him by the Inspector ,
north latitude will, during the entire year,
best. He held his hand out to be required to discharge any and all ballastat or Port Physician, or shall answer '

:Martha. In it was the beechnut. the quarantine station. evasively or untruthfully or if the Inspectorshall FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. .

Without taking her from his she SEC. 8. On' and after May 1st and until have reason to suspect concealment
he extend his examination to the crew
may ;
thrust her hand into her bosom, and November the Board of 1st Health of each so determine year, and,all longer coastwise if- and it shall be his duty in such cases to HATHAWAY SOULE & HARRINGTON. Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.

when she withdrew it there was within vessels must anchor at the quarantine order the vessel into quarantine, there to ALWAYS. RELIABLE.These Address, -'
abide order of the Board. are made mall Leading Style
the goods
it the other beechnut. When the station. Vessels from non-infected or non- SEC. 20.: vessel shall be required, and Sold Everywhere by flrst-cassdealers. We DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,.
suspected ports will not be detained longer Every use first-class stock: and employ none bat skilled .
soldiers a moment later seized him he without to discharge ballast workmen. RICHMOND, VA.
than for the quarantine officer to exception, As we have had more and longer expert
bade':Martha.farewell and kissed little satisfy necessary himself of their perfect sanitary at the ballast grounds on Tiger Island dur- tnrersotMEN'SFINE encein JoodyenrWHtu SHOES than isaclrnowledgedbyaU any other manufac

Ruth. Then he took :Martha's limp condition. Vessels from ports south of 25 ing the season of quarantine.SEC. that we take the Ipad. Ask your dealer fort Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc. a quart, at
21. .The Board of Health for said HATHAWAY. SOULE & HAKRINGTON SHOE ttjrou
hand and therein the beechnut. north latitude will have to comply with are looking for a good article at a medium prkxb JACOB KLAEEII'S.,
placed shall and will in sustain
Section 7, be fumigated at least twice, and county every case
Then they led him detained at least fifteen days. the Inspector' and Quarantine Physician to .a

At evening two sobers deliveredto SEC. 9. The coastwise steamers shall be 'the utmost in all lawful acts and endeavorson .
his enforce thequafantine regulations -,, : ;.
part to
likeness of herself allowed to come' to their wharves and be : :
"Martha a crayon there the Port of this port and the Inspector and
inspected by Physician, unless
that they said their commander had otherwise ordered by him, but no per- Physician of. the Port is authorized to send. ", ',.il','.

instructed them to bring. They, saidit son or freight or baggage shall be landed, into quarantine any vessel'upon, refusal to ; .:; "
had been taken from the man who nor persons allowed to go on board, until pay the fees prescribed by the port regula- .
permission be given by the Port Physician ; tions on demand for any purpose whatever, FAMILY GROCERIES !
was captured there that' morning. It and if it be found by the Port Physician I thereto remain until paid, and the masteror

had been drawn from memory, accord- that said steamers have any sickness or contagious I person in command of any vessel, or any

ing to the note at the bottom. disease on board, said steamers person refusing to recognize and respect the
shall be immediately ordered to the quarantine authority, or obey the order, of the Inspector -
"Where is he now ? she asked. or Physician acting within his authority
ground. __
The soldiers seemed confused. At SEC. 10. From May 1st to November 1st or any person obstructing the performanceof
of each vessel from infected : his duties, shall be dealt with accordingto WHITNER & SCHUYLER
last one pointed to the ground, and year, no an orsuspecte'd law. :
latitude will be allowed to either
then they both rode rapidly away. lighter or bring cargo of fruit up to the city. SEC. 22. The Inspector and Physicianshall

"Dead," she said. "I did not thinkit SEC. 11. Pilots must in each case, before keep strict account ofall fees collected,

meant that. I let them kill him," 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 they ,
; no case
and an hour later they found her there
render to the Board a monthly statement of
board if the vessel has sickness on board, or
Have at the and fitted Store
opened new elegantly ,
under the lilac When the which
trees. a year has had same during voyage ; in such cases same ; reports, certificates' permits -
later, just after they returned from the they must either direct, to Sapelo ,Quaran- and statements shall all be filed among
old burying-ground where they had tine Station, lead the vessel in, or have their the records of the Boar ,by the Secretary
small boat hoisted alongside clear of the thereof.

laid :Martha's body, they found among water, and in this way pilot the vessel in. Approved and adopted by; the Board of C>. 47 CEJJS-r: E; STa.mmT': :
> Health for Nassau 18 188.3. ,
her other treasures the two beechnuts SEC. 12. shall receive,from ,
visited J. D. PALMER:\ President.
them every vessel by him under the provisions ,
wrapped together. They put
II. J.BAKER, Secretary.
of this ordinance, a fee of five dol-
away in the old chest. lars for foreign and three dollars for coastwise -

.--- -- vessels, and for each certificate of New Advertisements A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use:
health issued by him under the provisionsof
$500,000 A YEAR. these regulations he shall receive a fee of

two dollars, and for each and every vessel
fumigated lie shall receive a fee of twenty
dollars for the first fumigation and for each A
STATEMENT OP T lIE AMERICAN, and every subsequent fumigation a fee of le iTO OO ERIE AND BEE

NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES ten dollars, and any vessel having on board travel and sell the trade the staple and cele fINE & TEA

AND CANADA EXPRESS COMPANIES. : any sickness of an infectious or malignant NEW cigaTS1 Tobaccos and Cigarettes of the ,
character, shall pay the Port Physician, in CIGAR COMPANY. Liberal
TROY, N. Y. arrangements. SALARY or COMMISSION paid to the
addition to the above fees, the sum of eight right man. For terms address at once. Mention\ this
The strength of Rome lay not in her multitude dollars per day for attendance, and a paper. YOKK&HA ANA CIGA[ICO.,
nor in her grain-laden fleets. These reasonable charge for medicines. In no Broadway, New York.

were elements of strength, but her never- case shall the Port .Physicianbe entitled to
failing resource lay in the self-control and any other fees than those provided in these 'ENGINES ironGINNING. Pure Spices, Canned Goods, "i

discipline of Roman soldiers. Disciplineit : :
regulations.SEC. .,{- ...,; :iJ/....'
', ; :,
is the soul to all the wonderful 4
very meaning 13. Each and or each ". '
every person Most economical and durable. in the ,<
possessed hy the veteran. :Mr. and every vessel or other craft, who or market, quality considered. SAW MILS, CORN >
Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in. the express which shall be found guilty of any viola- SHELLEBS, CIDER MILLS. COTTON PLANTERS -
business. "Thirty-three years" he tion of these regulations, or their provisions AND STANDARD IMPLEMENTS GEN- t'Frults1
aid "to your' reporter rve stood at this .shall, upon conviction, be fined not more ERALLY. Send for catalogue. Imported Pickles and aUGBS Dried Nuts

iesk. It is the discipline years of experience than $1,000 or be imprisoned for not more A. A. FARQUHAR ; ,

which gives him the position he holds
than two years, or both, at the discretion of I
i in the trust and esteem of these three great the court. Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, York, Pa. .

corporations. ""e have a husihess ofoOO,000 SEC. 14. In case of the absence or sicknessof

$ a year, and I've been absent from the Port'Physician he shall have author- College of,Physicians! Surgeons ,
this office hardly a month in all that time, ity to appoint a deputy which deputy shall ,

although I must confess that many times be a practicing physician. BALTIMORE,. KSD. CRACKERS AND CANDIES [ :; ,, .'J')
I've worked here when suffering great pain, SEC. 15. The ": H. b.:
Inspector and Physician of ..
This School offers to Medical Students unsur- '
for I've been troubled all my life with bili- said Port shall report at each regular passed Clinical and other advantages. Send fora ; :. .. ; '.' r : : .:t: : ; :

ousness and dyspepsia. My system had become ing of the Board, all vessels arriving meet-I Catalogue to Dr. THOMAS OPIE, Dean, ,
so reduced and weak that I had 110app.tite. harbor of Fernandina, destined for 179 N. Howard Street. I f f'l ." ';.::.""j.h"t .:(f;, '; ,
and my digestion wholly disorder: in the county of Nassau, and report the :" ; ; ,;
CJI've tried various remedies/but almost sanitary condition of every such vessel. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. Toilet Soap and Perfumery r ;. :" flj; t

fwo years ago I happened to hit upon Dr. The port or ports from which every, such <:
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Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. After
vessel cleared or at which she may have
u-in? only one bottle or so I began to feel touched within sixty days next before her DEPARTMENT' OF
stro uger in every way. The great difficulty arrival ; the character of lading of every Complete courses in Analytical Chemistry, Geology -I i -. rr'jp'rChoice
"isecu: with my digestion, but this seems vessel l, whether arriving in cargo or ballast, ; } .
and Civil and Mining Engineering. Cheese
*' gulate it perfectly. I have, sir great and if in ballast the kind of ballast where For.. I Butter and :: .i<{
Catalogue, apply (P.O. University of Virginia) to .
prKennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. I taken and > "' '. 7
where and
on discharged; further, : .
Have bought and given a great deal of ;It to the mode method him DR. JAMES F. HARRISON, Chairman. ,: .. '."
or adopted by in the ....... --- ., .t., ,'."i"rl..Ii" 1,; .:.J I
the who poor have around here; those medicine, you of know,, niatterjjof cleansing or disinfecting any vessel ADVERTISERS send for our Select List of }::;,'- ;,. ';\:"+''r: ; i\-;: l'i'rJ; ;; ( '.: Hams, Bacon, X/ard/ ,etc. :
no money to buy any requiring purification, or arriving froman : Geo. P.'Rowell & Co., t .
kl.ud, for there are a great many troubled.. infected or suspected port and,the char- ,10 Spruce:; Street, New York. 0 '
with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid. acter and quantity of'material used or employed r > ; }' : .i I i'

I always keep FAVORITE" REMEDYin : for such purpose, and shall report all OXTO C3TTXS.nS, 2XTO :A.-Y. ;, : : .
the house. I consider it the best medicine sickness of any kind found on any vessel DICKEY'SPAI ,. : : : : ,
for the blood in the market. Well, I arriving, the character of the ..disease the ; :J:. '' CIGARS. N D TOBAoapj'
must attend to the matter for' the western number'sick, etc. ., .
part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I SEC. 1C. The Inspector shall rtl1 r report 1LESS.. _.. EYE WATER,_ > -: : ;';:: : z : : :,::
am coming down to)t ndout to see him in to the Board without delay any and Asia m a :: ,,.. ; : : : o\ ;j.

veteran August. I want to know him:" I left the every violation or infraction of any of the RELIEVES in AT a few ONCE.hours.cures. Gives inflamed IVO AUT.and. : ; : ::: ,'o ,): ; ,, ... : r : c ,

,istill at his post, rejoicing in 'health- rules or regulations of said Board relating Trice,25: cents a bottle. Ask for it. : .

rid grateful to Dr. Ken n ed.)'. ,.. to quarantine: ;(arid in all cases where im-, DICKEY d; ANDEKSON.rrop'rs, Bristol, Tenn i ah'rec' :,:Dcllvcrymesh- SitppllestZacckly' ., -:o'i x n4

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! THE FLORIDA MIRROR : AUGUST .22, 1885. .. ,

THE FLORIDA MIRROU. for its amendment. It must be ARTESIAN WELLS.A temperature and the length of time Traveler's Guide.

judged as a whole, and not by spe- WATER SUPPLY THE WANT OF OUR fruit will remain, ,in good order, and .
a GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS,. EDITOR. ... cial features. In its main featureswe CITY. how long it will .keep so after being Day Passenger Train leaves RAILROAD

believe it thejudgmentof taken out of the refrigerated atmos- For Cedar Key and\Vilt.1woodand
Subscription, S2 per year; six months 81. expresses We are glad to see a move is being all
points on Transit Road....._10.25
the majority'our intelligent- made by the City Council towards phere. All these questions will prop- ForSavannah and all points North a"m.

Office corner Centre and First streets,'second floor izens. erly come under the :observation of and,West.................................10.25 n .
vFILLING obtaining a water supply: by means (connecting at Callahan.) -ni
I BATES OF ADVERTISING.' THE OFFICES. of artesian wells.: Our citizens are the Fruit Exchange. If there is no For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all

Ten cents line for the first, and five cents for I such warehouse :in Florida the the Florida Central &
a Western
experiment -
I each subsequent insertion. The general course 'of PresidentCleveland's charged tw :-and-a-half-mills per an- Railroad................ ...10.25 a.m
could be tried in Baltimoreand (connecting at Baldwin.) *
num (or twenty-five'cents) $100
Special local notices;15 cents a line. administration has met per ,
notices,25 cents a line. New York :where such Day Passenger Train arrives-
Reading of insurance ware-
more on policy
is From Cedar
the approval of the country. It every Key, Wildwood, and
Special rate for time advertisements upon application they hold than they would be if houses have been established.An all points on the Transit-Road... 4.35
at the office.Communications in accordance with the known viewsof From Savannah and all points in p.m.

the President, publicly declared there was an abundant water sup- Frank the North and West........?.....? 4.35 n.m.
local interest Letter.-It is
upon all matters of Open, by From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
$ solicited from all parts of the county and from and always faithfully acted upon by ply. If, therefore, they can obtain no means strange that Dr. David Kennedy all points on the Florida Central

I along the lines of Florida railways. him. That errors should have-been this water supply by a. tax: of two- should' have received the following letter. &; Western Railroad.............._ 4.35pm.
4 All communications intended for publication By reading it you will see in one minute Night Passenger Train leaves
should be addressed to the Editor: all business; committed and mistakes made is but and-a-half mills for two years, or 'why its writer could recommend it.-[Eo.] For Wildwuod................... ...... 6.COp.tn.
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.' natural where the longer, it is clear that they will'make Mr. J. W. Horner, traveling/; agent for Am- Savannah and all points North:
I appointing poweris bach, Bunander & Co., Baltimore, Md., and West........... .................... 530 .
obliged to depend upon the recom- : money by the payment of this tax, says : u My head felt bad and I was suffer- (connecting at Callahan) p.m
SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1885. '
ing from indigestion. A trial of Favorite
mendations of others, with little or as they will enjoy the benefit of the Remedy' made me feel like a new man. 1' Night Passenger Train, arrives
I reduction of their insurance for all chet'rfl1Ihrecommend it to all needing a From Cedar Key Wildwood, and
OBJECTIONS TO THE REVISED knowledge of'the bulk all the
no personal medicine of the kind." points on Transit Road._ S'50 a.m.
' CONSTITUTION CONSIDERED.For office. time afterwards. Let us suppose that From Savannah and all points in
of Culpable -
appointees the North and West................. 8.50
John Smith has insurance for Ask for IATIIENE, the pain a"m
so important a subject as the carelessness or wilful deceptionhas an remedy'at From Pensacola. Tallahassee,and
ratification and of the $1,000 on his dwelling-house. He is all points on Florida Central &
adoption new in a,few cases caused improper Western Railroad.................... 8.50a.m.
1 Constitution every objection shouldbe persons to be appointed,"but the ad- charged at the,rate of$1.25 per: $100, Furniture Baby Carriages Store, Centre at, Fred street.W. Hoyt & Co's* FERNANDINA &: JACKSONVILLE R. R.

fairly considered, and if on the ministration has not hesitated to or $12.50, per annum. By a tax of Train: leaves daily, except SundayFor'Jacksonville. -
Great ......................... 7.00 a. .
sacrifice in m
whole the new Constitution has not remove persons so appointed, and 25 cents per $100, paid for two years, PAUL FUNKE'S Summer DRY GOODS Clothing EMPORIUM., at For Jacksonville ........................ 330 P"m.
decided advantage over the old it that it will he will pay out $5 for securing a Train arrives daily, except Sunday
given it to be From Jacksonville.....................11.18 a. in.
would be better to leave the latter un- not be a second time imposed upon water supply, in consequence of Butter* Lard, &c.. on ice\V. ,HOYT & Co's ,From Jacksonville........?............. 7.10p".mi
disturbed. the which in the third and fourthyearhis : Sunday only-
} Among objectionable from the same sources. From Jacksonville .....................10.20a.m
' features of the revision:is the election The criticism of the oppositionpress insurance is reduced to $10 per For Sale. From Jacksonville: ..................... 8.40 p.IU.*
Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet Jacksonville ........................ 6.50 aim.
,h of the Judges of the Supreme Court is feeble and pointless, and very year. The five dollars paid for spe- square; location desirable; neighborhood; For Jacksonville ......................... 5.15pimiMALLORY
by the people. The two States with few Democratic of. cial tax for water will come back ,to select. On one of the lots is a'six-room cot' LINE.
papers any prominence tage, with kitchen piazza on three sides
I which we are most familiar outside of have censured the President.. him in reduced insurance rate for always cool in summer.; Lots face on three;; For New State York of Texas direct, by or City steamships of-

State New York and Tennes- those two and will have streets; ground high and dry; no sand; best! San Antonio, 7.00
our own lIt is clear that he has tie years, he Thursday evening p.m.
I / quite sup- bricked well of water in town; half dozen From New York direct
I seeelect, their Judges by popular'*vote. port of the people, and the dema- secured a' reduction of $2.50 per yearas sweet orange trees four years old' ; several r San Antonio and'State by of City Texas of,

t 4 So far as we know they do not secure gogues are not prepared to run the long as he may choose to insure sour years trees old.Enquire.'bearing; 'peaches. and grapes two every Friday........................... 3.00 p.m.ST. .

I much better or much worse Judges his property-with a probability of a of GEORGE F. LEWIS, MARTS RIVER.
# risk of losing their places as leaders, 'Office Town"Improvement Company. Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
than when their Judges were ap- still further reduction if the supplyof For St. Marys and Crandall! ,Tuesday
t r or assumed leaders, by pronounced and Friday........................ 3.00 p.m.
pointed by the Governor. Certainly opposition which could only be at- water is abundant, the fire depart- Notice to Owners of Dogs. For St. Marys and Dungeness, on

.j the advantages of a popular election ment well supplied with fixtures and Notice is hereby given to all owners of Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p.m.
tributed to the influence or'personal
dogs that the tax on dogs for the current For St. Mary'sand King's Ferry,
' have not been demonstrated to be so motives. If they can foment dissat- efficiently managed.It year must be paid by the first of Septembernext. Monday and Thursday............ 8.00a.m.
After that date without the
dogs Steamer Martha an'ives-
great as to create a very strong impression isfaction to such an extent as to give is clearly the,interest of,our city usual badge will' fall under the penalty of From St. :Marys and Crandall, on

in its favor. We have recently will and of every property owner to sup- the city ordinance in such case made and Monday and Thursday..........._7.00 a.m.
them popular support, they try provided. C. J. WESTBERG, From St. Marys and Dungeness,
,4 seen it stated that in one of to coerce:the President; but it is safe port the movement for the protectionof City Tax Collector.Fernandina I on Wednesday and Saturday.... 9.00a.m.
the Districts' in the State of New his and reductionof Aug. 6, 1885. 'From St.Mary's and King's Ferry,
to say that but few are idiotic enoughto own property Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00p.m.
York a regular campaign is being attempt this. Senator Eustis and insurance rates. :Much more is it. 'Valuable Orange Lands for Sale

carried on between rival aspirantsfor knot of politicians in Louisiana to the.interest of the city and of our Tracts containing twenty acres each of Post-Office Notice.
# a choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake'suitable
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. }i.: to 6:00 p. )[.
the office of Court citizens obtain
to abundant
Supreme Judge, have attracted attention to themselves an water for orange growing and truck farm- Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. 1\[.

and in :Maryland there is a deadlock as. 'malcontents, but it is generally supply, on sanitary grounds as wellas ing,very are now conveniently offered for situated sale. for These transportation landsare Money Orders'and Registered Letters fre
8:00 to 1:00 and from 2:00
A. M. p. M. p. M
I in a nominating convention, understood that the Senator represents for convenience and comfort. by water or rail, and will be sold on to 3:30 p. m.ARRIVAL ';

' 124 ballots having been had. We faction. ,in his own State, and We hope, there will be the,greatest terms to.purchasers.Also valuable Titlesareunquestionable. timber lands in-- AND t DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

believe, that appointment system' f unanimity:in-supporting the actionof large bodies. G..R.FAIRBANKS, Transit & Peninsular Railroad- I
is in the interest of ,
that his action February 16, 1882, Fernandina, ,Fla. Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4.43P.M.
rt will ultimately prevail in the States. that faction, which is opposed by an the City Council in sinking arte- Brings mails from the North,the

r It will be easy to put the question in, equally strong, if not superior sectionof sian wells, which we know can be WILLIAM, B. C.' DURYEE ,Gulf railroads.coast, Transit and Peninsular -

Florida under the provision of the his party represented by Senator relied upon for a certainty to give us Closes daily except Sunday_........10:00 A.M.
Takes mails for the North, the
i i new Constitution by a separate Jonas.: Such being the case, his opposition all the water we need. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Gulf coast,Transit. and Peninsular -

I' amendment. will amount to little, and ---\ND--; Leesburg roads.train arrives daily.......... 8:40.-\.1\1.
F This question of the election of command neither respect nor sym- ;LATE ORANGES AND EARLY Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber Brings Western mail only.
&Jacksonville Railroad-
Judges is the only point upon which pathy. LEMONS. Arrives Femanama daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A.M.
there is a divergence of opinion in The President, while Governor of There would certainly be a great B.Y' THE'CARGO, Brings the Jacksonville and St.John's .
river mails.
all parts of the State. There is no New York, declared office wasa advantage to the fruit growers of our For Domestic or Export Trade, Closes daily except Sunday..........10:30 .:\.M.

doubt in some localities an objec- public trust." He so regards his State if we could place in market 1 Takes River the and Jacksonville Northern mails.Sunday ,St.John's.

' tion to the election of county offices, own position, and will be faithful to during the: .2t'Yeat: e.r both, .oranges' FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. MailJacksonville

f but this mainly results from local his convictions. If our 'representa- and.lemons. Practically we have; 0. C. STRATTON & CO.. arrives.......and......St......John's..........River........10:25, A. M.\
I circumstances and conditions. As a tives at Washington would unite on no fruit market, from April to Oc Northern mail arrives.................. U:00 p. si.\
{ Jacksonville, St.John's River and
party question we should expect this 'men of unquestionable fitness for tober. If we had any means of pre- OF MACON, GEORGIA, the North closes....................... 6:00 A.M.
i to be felt to extent serving for three or four MODE Jacksonville and St John's River
objection a greater :recommendation to official positionin oranges HAVE MADE THE BRO'S, only, closes.............................. 4:00P.M.
I the than the months it would greatly enhance the Fla., the authorized P. M.
by Republican party by our State, whatever disappointment Agents to contract for the sale of their SAML. T. RIDDELL.
' Democratic party. In case of the value of the, We have
: might be felt by indiduals, the crop. very
election of a Republican,Governor- mass of our citizens would supportand great doubts as to being able:to se- WILLIAMS ,

; j not an impossible thing to happen approve of their action. A good cure varieties of the orange which formation wishing as regards to purchase prices. from will them.get all in- SUCCESSORS OF THE

# in case of division in the Democratic appointment will always vindicate will bloom in October and fruit in Samples of different qualities and stylescan
I be seen at the office of
j party-the whole patronage of the itself. But on the other hand, if. July. All fruit trees have there sea- MODE BRO'S, Florida Land & Immigration Co.,

i fi ,State in every county, under our existing their individual wishes are soughtto son of bloom and of bearing. The I ,26 Fernandina.
3 Constitution would fall into I deciduous trees leave out in spring. Offer on easy terms, or for cash,
be carried out, and their influence Notice of Insolvency.'

r Republican hands. Under the re- brought to bear to secure their own and drop their, leaves in autumn., IN COUNTY COURT, Nassau County,
vised Constitution with the increased The tree follows the seasons Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt, ad- 375,000 ACRESof
personal preferences or to evince grat- orange ; ministrator of the estate of W. S. Rawson,
preponderance of the white popula- itude for services rendered to them- it has three periods of growth, and deceased, late of the county aforesaid, having -
filed in the office of the
tion, the Republicans could never selves, they will weaken their own these periods we believe, are gov-, said county, a written suggestion County of Judgeof the Hammock: and Pine Lands, on

d I hope to elect any county officers in hold on public respect. The offices erned by climatic conditions. The insolvency given to all of persons said 'estate having, notice claims is hereby or demands and adjacent 'to the Railway from

t four-fifths of,the counties, and would belong to the.public, and the public sour trees growing wild in hammocksdo of any nature whatever against said Cedar
estate, to file the same, duly authenticated, Fernandina on the Atlantic to
have a precarious'chance of doing bloom and bear along during the
good should be the only motive had in the office of the County Judge of said
I so, under embarrassing restrictions, in view in designating those who are later months, but the general rule is, county, on or before the 13th day of Octo- Key on the Gulf of Mexico. No
ber, A. D. 1885,at which time there will bea
in any of the counties. It would, to fill these places of public trust.It that during the spring and summer, pro rata payment to creditors entitled lands in Florida are more; desirablefor

1 :' therefore, seem to be their policy to is generally supposed that the although the fruit looks matured, thereto, and the Administrator discharged.
hand and seal and
Witness as County Melons
my Peaches
this feature of the Con- there is little to be found.in it. Oranges, ,
oppose new offices in Florida are awaiting agree- juice Judge"of said county, this 10th day of
stitution and for the Democratic At all would be rash to April, A. D. 1865. Vegetables containing
ment on the part of our representatives events, it as- H. J. BAKER, early ; none

I party to support it. Should any con- at Washington.CRINOLINE sume that the habit of the tree can County Judge. better and more accessible bodies of
siderable number of Democrats be the Fernandina, April 11, 1885. 6mo
join changed.. We can try exper-
1 .the Republicans in opposition they seems to be exceedingly iment,'of budding with The so-called Notice. Yellow. Pine Timber, as also

would no doubt greatly' gratify the anchient. Hesiod, who: wrote in the Late kinds and we see what the result Notice of is the hereby City Council given, that of Fernandina it is the intention -, more valuable* Hard Woods and Red

latter. eighth' century before Christ, must will be, and we may be able to to levy a special tax after thirty days from Pencil Cedar none contain better
date, all taxable property within the ;
The shortness of the,term of office have observed something of the kind, have fruit ripening in the spring,but city limits upon, for the year 1885,.for the purposeof

for all the Judges is an objectionable for he advises young men not to be it is very doubtful whether this can Water-works and fire protection ; the ranges for cattle and sheep, and no
amount of tax not to exceed 3 mills on the
A feature in the revised instrument, led astray by certain women of his be relied on. We have great faith in State valuation of the property.. ,The fund lands in the State.are in a more sat-

but that, too, is subject to correction day who wore their clothes puffedout refrigerating'warehouses as the best obtained the,boring from of this an special artesian tax well is to or wells be usedin on isfactory shape for successful coloni-

' ; by an amendment, if found objec- behind. If dress improvers were solution of the question. We hope a point in the city, which may be deemed

tionable, as we have no doubt it will actually worn by the Greek women that the experiment will be tried.of most advisable.GEO.. E. WOLFF, City Clerk. zation or resale by capitalists. .

i be.We Hesiod's. day, it is not improbablethat endeavoring to maintain the fruit in Fernandina,.Fla., August 13, 1885. For further information and terms,

think that there will be a positive ,they were also worn 200 years good condition for one hundred days Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. address

,, and decided gain in adopting earlier, and that Helen, when she .or more in refrigerated warehousesin LINEN PAPER-75' sent upon CTS.receipt PER of DOZEN 2-cen':, SWANN
x the 'revised Constitution, especially fled with Paris to Troy, wore some Florida, with careful observationsand stamp. AddressFLORIDA MIRROR : .

if with the provision incorporated in it primitive kind of crinoline. experiments as to the proper 2G Fernandina,.Fla., FERXANDINA,FLA.
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ufacturers' prices, it is my intention to dispose of my entir stock

of Spring and Summer Goods '':': :-<-' A LARGE LINE OF-



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

:! intend shall surpass anything ever before brought to this city. My ; Linon de Deccas, etc.
stock comprises in part Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing,'Boots

constantly on hand a fine assort- and Shoes, Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold (If I1



Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, but are offered at lower figures than can be secured at any auction*T Laces Embroideries Hamburg Edgings-In Colored and White; SPECIAL'BARGAINS
1 in these Goods.
sale. from the best known and
They are manufacturing importing
Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
houses in the country, and are worth double the price I ani ask- 1Jh" A FINE ,LINE CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTH AND



&Physicians' Prescriptions to make room for the large shipments I am constantly i'To'MAKE: ROOM FOR FALL STOCK.f' ."

carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at receiving by New York Steamers. I would say to those who are in I
reasonable prices. Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars and
need of anything in the Dry Goods or Clothing line,to give me a call
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W-Q UJ I feel sure they will be satisfied that I am selling better goodsfor .-'---
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E:.0 m 0 OF TEXAS, I,OJtfi t \*"> TONS.

P= Z-31.- -W rn ; W CA.RONDELET, 1,508 TONS.

the Circuit Court, 1V.cDEJ: :BEC'S

THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-. ,
COUNTY FLORIDA. sonville, Cedar Key and Peninsular Railroad.

ALOKZO I). NOYES, 1 This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
JOHN II. WADLEIGH. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED
A the above entitled cause, and process DRESS GOODS connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
regularly issued therein, and it appearing ROAD for JACKSONVILLE: and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
that the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleighand JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
John II. Wadleigh reside beyond the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
limits of the State of Florida! to wit, in one CONSISTING OF PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA. TROPICAL RAILROADfor
of the United States.It LAKE WEIR.

is therefore ordered that the defendants, TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.
Ellen E. Wadleigh and the said John II.
Wadleigh, do appear in the said Circuit Silks Satins Pongees Grenadines Men's Veiling For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

Court and demur, plead or answer the said R. %V. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
bill on or before the first Monday in Decem- FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
ber next, A. D. 18S5 otherwise the state- H. MALLORY & CO.,
ments, averments and charges in said bill Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions, Pier 20 East River.New York. 51-
contained will be taken as confessed and a
decree pro confesso entered therein in con- -
fimuity to the rules regulating such causes. TI GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
July 8th, 1885.

Clerk Circuit Court,Nassau Co.,Fla. II. Et DOTTERERINVITES
Fernandina, Fla.,.July 11, 1885. 3ni .


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and CHARLES A. NOTES, SHADES, WALL PAPER, etc.., our stock is complete. -r
In *
vs. Chancery. .
J LLEX S. 'V ADLEIGII, JOHN I Our SHOE STOCK will compete, in assortment and price, with any,
B. NOYES.A in the State.

the above entitled cause, and process CLOTH and HAT DEPARTMENT (up stairs) embraces, a line of FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
regularly issued therein, and it appearing
that two of the said defendants, to wit, Goods that cannot be excelled in the State-from the cheapest Cottonadeup

leigh, reside beyond the limits of the State to :as fine a line of Diagonals as is manufactured.
of Florida, to wit., iii one of the United .
States.It .
SEERSUCKERS:iwe are .offering
is therefore ordered that the said defendants -

the" said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and bargains, to make room for our Fall stock. ., : ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
II. Wadleigh appear in the said (
Circuit Court and demur, plead or answer JBST" Orders mail attended -
by promptly to.
the said bill on or before the first Monday -fFINE TEAS AND COFFEES
ui December next, A. D. 1885, otherwise the .
statements, averments and charges in said H -$ ---m- .-
bill contained will be taken as confessed, : MODE BRa'S
and a decree pro confesso entered therein in THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.

conformity to the rules regulating such .

8th, 1885.JOHN A. EDWARDS. .. '. .:. .... NEW GOODS, Received" : by Every, ., Steamer.Cor. .

Clerk,Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla. -
Fernandina, Fla. July 11, 1885. 3m I .. Second and Centre Sts., : FERNANDINA, XA.
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t GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sherijf-'V. W. Tumblin, Starke. Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Sbulerb .
.. 'Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent ofSchools-Dr.T.H.Jackso WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
'' United States Officers. Santa Fe. *:., '. ", COUNTY. ,
i Superintendent of-Schools-L. ,
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Starke. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Math

Register-L. A.: Barnes, Gainesville. BREVARD COUNTY.,, son. '
a Receiver hn F Rollins, Gainesville. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. ,
I Surv yor-General- County. Judge-James A. ,McCrory, City Clerk-John.M.; Beggs, :Madison
Point., Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry,
Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. .
Thomas Settle Jacksonville. '
Judge Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. ,
Jlarshat-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-SS. Smith, Madison.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville "vard Collector County.of.Revenue-D, W..McQuaig. >Bre-*" Collector \\of' .Revenue_-B,' D. Wadsworth, ,I
? Madison.
Superintendent of English, MANATEE COUNTY. I 1
Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville.COLLECTORS Titusville. _
CALUOCK., County Judge-Z. T. Crawford;Manatee.
OF CUSTOMS. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith :Manatee.
John W. Howell Feniandina. '. #
William Clark.
1 County Judge- < -
Sheriff-A. Si: Watson, Pine Level.
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. 1erk-Ja11ll's S. Fannin.
Collector Revenue Marion G. Carlton jiTi
of -
F. E. Witscll, St. Augustine. Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone. Popash. '
Treasurer. P.
( Richards.
'v ? 'r ?' Superintendent of Schools Felix J.Seward,
Collector RC1muc-Joel Atkins. :
State Officers. of ; Pine Level. '
,- Superintendent.Schools-W.. G. Cox well.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.. CLAY COUNT. Conniy Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.
Governor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
Lieutenant- GOt.'ulWf.)1iltOn II., Mabry, County Judge-J. T. Copeland, OrangePart Sheriff A. B. Crutchtield, Ocala.
Lee burg. :. Collecor of Ret'enue'v. F. Trantliam,
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Clerk-J. T.,Weston, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. '
lahassee.: Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine,

41 Comptroller\\'. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Springs.., Fort McCoy.
7rCluurerE.. S. Crill. Collector of RC1enue-A. S Chalker. MONROE COUNTY..
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis,
.AUQrucyGcncralC.1.. Cooper, Tallhaassee. -
Middleburg. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West..
{t Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.
yI Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West
Superintendent of Public Il/structiQn-A. J. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake. City. Collector of 'enue-Masoll S. Moreno,
t Russell, Jacksonville.AdjutantGeneralDavid. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West .

Lang. Sheriff( =J.- W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key A. B" N@Y1E
SUPREME COUET.Clacf Collector of Tuxes-3.,L. Parish, Lake City West. ,
Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, '
Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter.
Associate Just ice-George P. llaney, Talla- Lake City. DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- IN

hassee.Associate Justice-II. B. Van Valkenburgh, County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Feniandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES
r Jacksonville. Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. ,

Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Sheriff-Wm. )Mattaur. Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, :Fer- Hay and Grain Ship Stores
Treasurer-J. Win. Ewan.Collector nandina. ,
I CIRCUIT JUDGES. of Revenur-Wni. H. Benest. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott.. Fer-
First C'ircuit--Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- nandina. FURNITURE STOVES
t sacola. I I I
Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
Second Ci.cuit-Dav S. Walker, Tallahas- County'Judge-'Villiam A. McLean, Jack- botham. Callahan. CROCKERY, HARDVAREVIIJLOYY ARK

sec. sonville. County Treasuree-Gustzv Stark, Fernan-
Third Circuit-E. J; Vann, Madison. Clerk-Thonias'E. Buckman, Jacksonville. dina. __ u __ ___
Fourth Circuit-Janu-s M. Baker, Jackson- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ORANGE COUNTY.
ville. Assessor of-Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Prices Low as the Lowest
Jltdge-J. L. Orlando.
Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- sonville. County Bryan, ..
, ville. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Feriiamliiia, Fla.
Collector Revenue-F. T. Hardman Or-
Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Jacksonville of ,
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- lando.' I -j( I---
sell Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, I / ). I' ( t
1 n I
id'C Fort Reid.
.. IIrt Calendar. ESCAMBIA. SwvC1Jor-J. 0. Fries, Orlando. '

FIRST CIRCUIT. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. Treasurer-C. W. Jacobs, Wilcox. :
Fall Term- Clerk-F. E. de ]la Rua. POLK. 1

''. Santa Walton Rosa, 4th, 2d Monday Monday in in October.October. Sheriff Treasurer-J.-W. H.S.Hutchinson.'1..eonard. Clerk County-S.Judge J. Pearce.-J.'A. Fortner. S :I? Ft. :r ::lSf C> :P E] JSr J: :NT Gr

Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Sheriff'V.1\1. Bowen. -AT- .
. in October. Superintendent of Sc/wols-N. M. Scarritt. Treasurer-}'. F. Beville.

Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin FRANKLIN. Collector of Re'lenue-J. D. Filles. W. J. LOHMAJNPI

October. Cou'ntg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrarv. .
Jackson, 3d Monday after:4th Monday in Clerk-J. A. Atkins. PUTNAM COUNTY.

s October. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Judge of P1'obateHarrison, Palatka.
Escambia, 1st Monday in December.
Treasurer-R. H. Porter. '
t This act amended section 2 of,act of February Collector of Ret'e1Zne-Geor A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. HAVE NOW OPEN, AT MY :NEW AND SPACIOUS1STORE,

Ii Spring 10 Term., 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of ltools-Henry C. Hicks. Sheriff-Thomas Collector of Revenue-Joseph Shally. Price. CORNER OF SIXTH: : AND .A.Sa: : STE.EETS"::: ,

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

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

April. .. Sheriff Thonias 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. ,
' Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Relenue-R.\1. :Morgan. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. ,

, Suwance, 1st Monday after. 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. ,
in April. HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry. ,
Columbia, 3d :Monday-after 4th Monday County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
t in April.. : ".1 ,', : : Clerk County-J.Judge M. Caldwell-Henry, J.Jasper.Stewart., 'Jasper. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACING f fALL

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday Sheriff-Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Relenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. THE

in April. Collector of Relenue-'V. H. H. McLeod.: SANTA ROSA.
: Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain. NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIESFOR
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st. Monday in of ScwolsJ.. W. Reed, Clerk-R. It. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .
October. Jasper., Robinson. TIlE SPRPXG AND SUMMER TRADE.
Madison 2d Monday in October.
HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Ret'CTtue-'V. J. Williams.
Hamilton 4th )Monday in October.
A, Suwannee,, 1st Monday after 4th Monday CO'llnfy.Tudge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. i MY' PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VALUED -

Columbia 3d after Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. M. R. St.
Monday 4th Monday County Judge- Cooper, Augus-
t W. J. IiOIIHAX Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.
October. Collector of Revenue-Jno.E.King, Lecanto. tine. -

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of TJ.xes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

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

' 1 St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Peter ,Arnau, ..
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. TaE:: OELEBRATEDVVOOTON
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

c Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. S/LCriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J.ll. Steele, Leesburg,
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Reenue-'V. J. Martin. Clerk-Thomas J.'Ivey, Leesburg. DESKS.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in May.
-J. S.
HOLM Sheriff Dyches, Leesburg.
Fall Term- County Judge-A., H. Brownell.' Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, .
', St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sumterville. SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Clerk-T. H. Pitman.
' c : Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-
Bradford 1st in October. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis.
1; Tuesday ston, Sum terville.
. 1 Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
1 1 + Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker. SUWANEE COUNTY.
'#; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell Curry. County Judge lil. M. Blackburn, Live EVERYBODY DELIGHTED

Term Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak..
F. Baltzell.
Spring County Judge-George
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Frank Philips. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak
I Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Sheriff-Andrew Scott. Collector of Revenue:' Wilson H. Sessions,

',tt Putnam, 2d Tuesday after h Tuesday in TI'easurer-James E. Heam. Welborn.
'March. Collector of RCt.'eniui-John B. Anderson. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0., C. Jones ., '] S Flat Top.
' Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent ofScJiools-Samuel J. Erwin. Live Oak. Why use Desks of ordinary

'i Alachua 4th Tuesday after 4th H. Chandler, Enter- "'"" '
o.t t,! in April. Tuesday County Judge\V. JJ. Lamar, :Monticello. .prise. yd'ri ., = u, I'glw r.C additional cost you can Lnrethe

' .j Fall Term- Sheriff-T. B. Simkins, Monticello.., Clerk-John'W. Dickins, Enterprise. c..n benefit of our improveT -
: ..i Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Shei-iff-\\ A. Cone, Enterprise. : --:: '-: ,t- ments? Awkward closets and

,1; Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. Monticello.Superintendent of SClOolsV. R. Taylor, Collector of Re'lenue-P. :N. Bryan, ,Glen ---, '.' side drawers (done away TrliliWe
Putnam 2d Cove. I
Tuesday in November.
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, .l substitute revolving cases
ticello. Enterprise. ''l which swing with a sligfc*
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday I I
in November. ticello.Collector of Ret.'enue-J. H.. Tucker.,:Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. ''aJ1 1*'.' '' touch of the hand and are

SEVENTH: CIRCUIT. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.. I' '---------:; thus enabled to furnish doaife
,' Spring Term- LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Sheriff-Charles Alligood, Crawfordville.
Orange, 4th Monday in January. 'County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. C7er -Nat. It. Walker, Crawfordville. u -- -- :"-'_ the space generally given) oa

1 J Volusia, 3d Monday in February. sheriJl'-J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts; .. ,'''"",".I .:"; _..: :. each side; and when cases are
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<< Brevard, Monday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Crawfordville. -'" open, the whole interior }
ftd I Dade, 3d Monday in April. Superintendent. Sc/wols-J.C.Ramsey,New. County Treasurer-- W.- Walker, Craw- .:.: --_--'" flooded with light and aTI
fall Term- Troy. fordville.Collector.
Orange, 2d Monday in August. 'County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New of Relenue-.R. McMillan,Craw- No. 14 Low Down noII'To}>. portions readily reached without -

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Troy. ford ille. change of position. A variety of rotary:cases areTofiered for selection and applied t.

Brevard.4th Monday in September.Dade Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley., WALTON.County.ntdgeDanieIMcLeod. the Desk as wanted. We apply this'principle: ,toa: great variety of desks.
2d Monday inKoembcr.County Old Town. Sr.
Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, Clerk-D. G. McLeod.

Officers. New Troy., Sheriff -J. W. Campbell.TreasurerJames THE WOOTON
LEON COUNTY. S. Bowers. '- ,
ALACIiUA.I County Judge-'Ym. P. Byrd, Tallahassee." Collector ofIC'l.'CTme-\\T. B. McLeod. M .l JL Vs.,..+. I

County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines Sheriff A.. Moscley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-J no. C.,Douglas. & Cabinet Office Secretary-
/ sss
ville. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. *7 Li.<2> PfcT'l4l*.% i' *
Clerk-S. A. Carlisle Gainesville. lr: 221fflfiWial\| '
Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel _
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County Judge-Wm. Jones.
Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arre ondo. Tallahassee. '
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines. Treasurer-J. L. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
Demilly Tallahassee. Sheriff-E. Pk Melvin., The most spacious and elegant desk everja*
Schools Collector( of llct'enue-C. C. Pearce, Tallahassee Treasurer-Thomas J. :Miller. rented to the business public. One hundred add
Superintendent of -"W, N. Sheats, _
Gainesville., LEVY COUNTY. Collector of RC'l.enue-John Roche. ";t ten compartments, as shown in cut, all LIIIfl!!
BAKER COUNTY.Coujtfy Superintendent of Schools-D.H. Horn. lock for If en
Clerk J. M. Barco, Bronson. ? one; andlkey. Especially .adapted

'Jud/jc--R. D. :Davis, Sanderson .S//criff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. ; chants Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials ,
Clerk-F. J. Tons, Sanderson. Collector' of% Ret'cnueB.. Barco, Cedar Dissolution of Copartnership. cal and Professional Men generally.
SheriffJ. C. Herndon Sanderson.
; Key. '
Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- Superintendent of Sc/wol.s-J. B. Menden- THE partnership heretofore existing be ,..
derson. hall, Bronson. n'the late Charles ..Angel is heirs, .
Superintendent of Schools-Jas.D. Chalker, LIBERTY. and Emil 0. Friend, under the firm name Wootoii
Sanderson. of Angel fc Friend, has been dissolved by Office Secretary. I.AJDIDIR-ISSS : '

,:'r:, ,' BRADFORD COUNTY. County! Judge -M. J.Solomons." "' 4' '; .. mutual'consent. The undersigned will con- .
:Clerk-W. W. Jeter. : / / tinue the business, collect all bills and pay DESK ,., CO;
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence.: ,Sheriff-II. F. Hosford.Treasurer all ** :': .* 4
debts. ,
: F. EMIL 0. FRIEND. :, : .. -.t ...".>\ '<, l-( :
Cl.erk-Henry York Lake Butler :
: ,,;! .. ,, :, t.,,"-,',,",r ,E." Roberts.', ;'" ''':_': .r, ....".."'-4l ,->*.:..... '- ':"':':.' ,; f Fernandina,,,..Fla. May 1st, 1885. : ,.. ,.,I RICHMOND, ,. IND., IT.. &iro :,A:,,:, ""'",-;i.1i""i''X". ;".,- ,'


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::-:;c' '. ,:.,: l' RAILROADS.rpIME ; FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Connections Montgomery with Louisville -

1ANIZ E KOM B :MANOrACTwRES I .. ; \'. x and Nashville Railroad for New
CARD Orleans and Texas
,: : /;'."Vt points the West and
," t t. WESTWARD. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
.. h/. aWILLIAMS FLORIDA! RAILWAY & NAVIGATION .C01PJLIY.In 4 No.1. No.3. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-

: :., i.,,, 7 Day Pass. Night Pass. way for all points North, with steamships
; ;, .. .: Effect June 16,. .1885. Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 m 3.55 p m for New York Boston and Baltimore. At

I ,: > .i'''. : PENINSULAR- Arrive Baldwin............ 8.11 am 4.39 p m Charleston with steamships for New York.
4j.: .', ?\--- TRANSIT & DIVISION. Leave Baldwin............ 8.16am 4.43pm Philadelphia Baltimore,
'. '''.' .:. <, ; (FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY.) Lake City........... 9.47 a m 6.40 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail

.. ,'.... ..1', .. (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Live Oak. .........10.31 a m 7.43 p m and Steamship connections, and Baggage
.f & SWANN Madison ............11.57am 9.15pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
FLORIDA I MIRROR ". :Monticello...:.....12.40 p m and sections secured at Company's office in
( Day Pas. M Pas. Arrive Tallahassee-::.... 2.27 pm. Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at De-
\/*" s"AVIXG A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee...:...-2.32pm 12.00 n't pot Ticket Office and on board People's
SUCCESSORS OF THE Leave Fernandina..............10.25 5.45 ", Quincy ...........:.. 3.34P m 1.22 am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
Leave Hart's Road Junction...10.50 6.25 and JENNIE
Arrive Chatta. River_... 4.50 LANE.
Florida Land &, Immigration Co., Arrive Callahan.....................11.42 7.25 p m JAS., L. TAYLOR.
Leave Callahan....................11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No. General
2. .No. 4. Passenger Agent.

Offer Oli easy terms, or for cash, Leave Dutton................. ....12.22 P. M. 8.25 Day Pass. Night Pass. R. 'FLEMING, Superintendent.

Leave Brandy Branch...........12.38 8.43 LeaveChatt'chee- River.10.45 a n1Quincy
..............I"._"0 In _?.0- am Florida Southern Co.
Arrive Baldwin...................12.55 9.10 p Railway
J ; ACRESof Leave Baldwin...................... 1.00 9.50 Arrive Tallahassee........ 1.27 p m 3.36 p in
375,000 Leave Maxville......................'1.32 10.18 Lea"Tallahassee. ......? 1.34 p in 3.48 p m ORANGE BELT ROUTE.

Leave Highland...;.................' 1.50 10.36 Monticello.2.30pm
Leave Lawtey......................._ 2.04 10.55 "" Madison............ 4.15pm '6.36pm GOING SOUTH. .
BOOK E.INDERVD Hammock and Pine Lands, on Leave Temple's...................... 2.20 11.17 Live Oak....?...... 5.39 p m 8.33 a m Mail. Gninesv'le
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.27 I.lake.City:....:..... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Leave Jacksonville, Express.
and adjacent to the Railway from Leave Thurston......"............... 2.54 11.43 Arrive Baldwin............"8.01pm' 11.26 am via J."r.& K:'V. R'Y.12.48 PIll..L.....
A. M. Leave Baldwin........... 8.08 p m 11.31 a m Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m &.00 a m

Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar Arrive "r aIdo..............;......... 3.14 12.11 Arrive.Jacksom.ille.-' p m 12.16 pm Leave J, T &K W J'n2.50 pm.........
Leave "r all1o.......... ............... ,3.25 ....... ,Trains 1 and 2 daily j'Trains 3 and 4 will Arrive Interlachen..... 3.36 p m 7.25 a m
Key on the Gulf of Mexico. No Leave Gainesville................. 4.10 ....... not run west of Tallahassee Sundays: but u Wait's Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m
Leave Arredondo................:.. 4.33 ...... will run Mondays. Gruelle .........- 4.40 p m 9.20 a m
:.. .. .. lands in Florida arc more. desirable Leave Palmer......... ................ 446 ...... ,ST. MARK'S BRANCH Gainesville...... 5.35 p m 11.05 a m
:::.., 'f"," T'"' 1 r >.: '. Leave Archer........................ 5.06 ...... Leave Tallahassae :Micanppy....... ......... 4.30 p m
..... .............. ''''''''.'''''''':h' ''. 8.00 an.ArriveWaknlla ;. Lochbie ......... 5.15 m 10.12
Leave Bronson .. .
for Peaches Melons and 5.39 ...... p a m
Oranges ....
...... .
i- ... .............. 9.05 am "
Leave Otter Creek.:................ Reddick.......... 5.27 m 10.25
6.23 ...... p a m
Arrive St. Mark's....... .................. 9.30am "
Leave Rosewood ................. 6.05 m 11.05
7.03 ...... p a m
early Vegetables none containing ? Leave St.l\Iark.s........... ....:.........10.00 "
a. m
ESTABLISHED A BOOKBINDERY : ; Arrive Cedar Key......... .....;... 7.35 ...... Welshton '...... 6.31 p m '11.32 a m
Arrive Wakulla-.................. .........10.25am N. Lake Weir.
_Ij_ .in connection with our better and more accessible bodies of GOING'NOKTH. Arrive Tallahassee.............;,...........11.30 a m S. Lake Weir. 6.55 7.02 p p m in 12.03 11.57 p a m 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 "
as Lady Lake...... 7.13 p m '12.17 p mLeebburg
.can MANUFACTURE Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.30 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for .. ........ 7.35 p m 12.40 p m
more valuable Hard Woods: and Red Leave Rosewood................... 8.05 ...... all points North and East; with the Fernan- GOING
Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... dina &''Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- NORTH.
Pencil Cedar contain better Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.15 ....... dina ; and with Steamers ''for all points on ,Leave Leesburg......... 7.30am 1.40pm
i.'" ; none Leave Archer........................ 9.46 ......; the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc. ,Arrive.. Lady Lake...... 7.52 a m 2.02 p m
.. .. Leave Palmer...............:.......10.03 ...... At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- Conant............ 7.55am 2.Q6 p m
',', ranges for cattle and sheep,and no Leave Arredondo...........'......10.18 ...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- "" S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15 p m
ALL : : Leave Gainesville...................10.24 ...... nandina, Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. N. Lake Weir... 8.10 a m 2.22 p mWelshtou.
,I KINDS! / ? ,, lands in1the; State are, in amore satisfactory Arrive Waldo.......- .. :;...........11.28 ...... J At Live; Oak with the Savannah-Florida; ,"" .....'.... 8.31 a m' 2.48 p m
A. M. &Western Railroad! ( Ocala.......... ..... 9.00 a m 3.17 p m

shape for successful coloni- Leave Waldo..................:.:....11.53 2.20 I:. At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Reddick.....?... 9.38 a m 3.57 p m
: "
Lochbie.........? 9.50 a m 4.09 p m
P.M. Railroad Tuesdays and
on Sat-
-OF- zation or resale by capitalists. Leave Thurston...................12.15 2.50 urdays.At Thursdays MIcanopy....... ......... 7.50pm

Leave Starke...........:........:.....12.48, 3.10 Chattahoochee, River, with the Pensa- "" Gruelle ..........10.20 a m 4.40 p m
For further information and terms, Leave Temple's'..............,'..'....12.53 3.18 cola & Atlantic Railroad'for Marianna. Pen- II Gainesville..11.15 a m 5.15 p mWait's
Leave Lawtey............... 1..12.58 3.42 sacola, :Mobile :Montgomery New Orleans, Cross'g..11.50 a In 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 m
tJBLANK BOOKSI Leave Maxville..................... 1.33 4.35 and Northwest andwith, all boats for Apa-, JT&K\VJ'n.l2.15pm .........
WILLIAMS & SWANN Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.53 5.05 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. I Palatka ?........13.30 p m 8.00 pIll
Leave Baldwin....................: 1.57 5.40 The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to Jacksonville v.JT&KWRy.
FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 all points West. 2.lOpm .........
Leave Dutton......................... 2.30 6.15 ,For information respecting routes rates, On Sundays a fast passenger train will be
.' c ,: ': ;. Arrive Callahan..................... '3.00 6.50 etc.:, apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- run, leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m., connecting -
-FonRA.ILROADS- Leave Callahan...................... 3.10 7.20 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- with train for Leesburg at Gruelle.
.'::: ; ':- it.: \ j Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 sonville. Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connect-

Arrive Feniandina...........- .... 4.25 8.50 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths ing with train from Leesburg at Gruelle,
'r .and arriving at Palatka at 6 30 p. m.
#85* Day Passenger daily except Sunday; secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, O. W. BRQMWELL<; ,
Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. and at new office southwest corner of Bay General Pass.Agent.
and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
', DIVISION. General Manager.
J Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent,
., ,:..' ,, ', W., MAXWELL NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD.
' '1"i. '''" v GOING SOUTH. ,
. \- ;'\. :' ',;::' ;c';' '\ ; ;..v.,' ': "
J <*: 'Day:Pas. Nt Pas. Master, of Transportation :
I P.M. A.M. Jacksonville, Fla.

:ERCHANq'S, : ',' ,,''' ',' .- .. Leave Waldo......... ............... 3.20 12.25 D. E. MAXWELL, fco
:' "r ,''.''' di"i' : : AND HAND.
.:..,.. '\.. ;-.I";.,,,.;..;.",,,,.,.;!\' .,..,.1,1M' ., :(,.:..:.;",'1,1\-.'' ....., ., ".. Leave Dixie........................... 3.39 12.54 General Superintendent, -
""," .. .'.','.". ""., ,''">", ,"'',-Ie"T.:' '.'',"1'... "."," >.'1.,'. Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 3.541.20 Fernandina Fla.' ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES
.:": ( "' Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 1.42 Combiaed Orange Box and Shingle Machine
:BANKS, !ETC '; .# "': '. ; ; Leave Citra........................... 4.342.06 Savannah, Florida &Western R'y. Eagle Gins Saw Mills, Planers, Keoawa, &0
Leave Sparr's................ .... .... 4.48 2.24 Allk for Cntalogae and Prices before bnvlnz.
Leave Anthony Place........... 5.02 2.42 \V WAYCROSS SIIORT'LINE.All
: j., THE FLORIDArpOWN Leave Silver Spring............... '5.34 ....... & DUGAHMACH'fGiT

d .. ", Leave Ocala...........................5.56 3.34 trains of this road are run by Central 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a
Leave Lake ......
Weir Station. 6.36 4.27
.IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. ((90th) Meridian time which is 33 minutes (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.)
-ALSO- Leave Oxford........................ 6.52 4.47 slower than Jacksonville time.ON :.
Leave Wildwood..:................. 7.08 5:14:

Fcmamliiia, Leave Leeshurg..................... 7.38 5.59 and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885 $5 ELECTRIC LIGHTOx \\\II//\
Arrive Tavares....................... 8.10 6.47 Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas .

Towns on K. R. Line, GOING NORTH. follows : receipt of $5 we

ti I MA A AZINB A !N N NE\V t PAPBR and Cellar' Key.Oflers Leave Leave Tavares............... .....:.....A.7.15 7A48.2.3:M. P.7.30 M. Leave Jacksonville NEW ORLEANS daily f EXPRESS.at......./.... 7:30 a m will send Lamp.you an Burglar Electric I _i--: :.:: 1__

Arrive at Jacksonville daily at':..... 8:00: m Alarms $1. Call Bells
Leave Wild wood..... ..........."... 9.25 8.46 p : '
.Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08: a m $1. ElectricGas Light / "
Leave Oxford... ...... ... ........... 9.43 9.07 I
: : Arrive at Waycross daily at10:00 a m er, Telegraph Instruments _
Leave Lake Weir Station......10.03 10.20 Arrive Thomasville ..... ...
at daily at. 1:30 m Medical Batte-x, -' 7.,
-AMDEEE.JODJO..8..LS- ., to Lessees and Purchasers a .large Leave Ocala.......:............'.....10.23 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m ties, &c."In .
'Leave Silver Spring:............... 9.40 ....... Arrive Chattahoochee .. p Electric
at daily at. 3:50 m regard to your new Light
number of the most and desirable p
., Leave Anthony Place..10.08 11.55 Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........10:05 p m we think you will be exceedingly successfulin
A.M. Arrive at Mobile daily at-............. 2:40 a ni 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, MIXER & REDFIELD.
Leave Citra.............................10.33 .12.35 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- 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
UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie.........................11.25 1.38 Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- will find no difficulty in bringing' it into you
BOUND in ALL, STYLES Arrive Waldo... .... .... ........11.47 2.0.31J2i.f" wick take this train, arriving at Brunswick ,general use. Eastern Man. "Northwestern

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Day Passenger daily except Sunday; via B. & W. R..R. at 7.40 p. m. Lumberman." HENRY BI GIIA:'>I.
i Night Passenger daily. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this "We take pleasure in stating that the tests:

"'I/- { .," .. .. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-I train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile we made of, your Electric Light proved perfectly -
., -AND ATREASONABLE- and New Orleans. satisfactory. You will have a large
:" Pullman Palace Cars Jacksonville and sale. Yours
rial enterprises, who will'erecton'tile property Sleeping .ready truly,
to Cincinnati via Jesup. RICIIARDS & Co,
purchased substantial GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- 21 and 26 Fourth Avenue. N. Y."
I improvements: A. :\[. P. M. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST The above testimonials explain them-
: PRICES Leave, Fernandina................. 7.00'' X3.30
for residence, or in which to conduct their Leave Hart's Road........ ......... 7.26 ;8:4.02; MAIL. i selves.WE WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.

business. : Arrive Jacksonville......_........ 8.25 l'* '.5.05 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m G. W. FOSTER & CO.,
r GOING NORTH. ,Arrive Jacksonville daily at......12OG 'm' 45-3m 21 Park Row X. Y.

INDUCEMENTS ,TO MANUFACTURERS A.M. P. M. Leave Chattahoochee at ..........;...12:00 m .
Leave Jacksonville................ 9.45 5.50 :Leave Thom villeat.: ..........:....... 2:10 p m 'NOTICE OF REMO YAI* .
by'exemption'for term of from Leave Hart's Road.................10.50 6.38 Leave Callahan daily at................. 3:15pm
a years 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 ?33" Trains daily except Sunday. ,Arrive at Jesup daily at........:....... 6:38) p m
: : 'f SUNDAY EXCURSION. ;:Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m MERCHANT TAILOR
.;>, ::." ,: ,. ;1 towns. Apply to, Leave Fernal1lina..6.50 a. in. 4.30 p.m. ,Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:5.3 a m
I Has removed his business to the
CHAS. W. LEWIS Arrive Jacksonville8.15 a. m. 5.50 p. m. I Arrive at Washington D.C.; daily..ll:45 p m rooms I overMeddaugh's .
,> Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. m. 6.30 p.m. Arrive at New .York'daily at......... 8:00 a in grocery store on Centre street
SEND IN YOUR WORK.-a Fernandina. Pullman Palace Buffet and Cars lie has received an assortment of seasonable I
jZSIOffice, cor. Beach &7thsts. Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. in. 7.50 p. in. Sleeping '
.. for gentlemen' and is prepared t
.' ,; :' Savannah to New York without change.EAST goods wear
to make them up to suit all tastes in the

Leave Jacksonville daily at............ 7:20 p m J5e* Repairing neatly done.
'. FERNANDINA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:55: a m Fernandina, Fla., July'12, 184.

. 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.
:' ; Leave Live Oak at .............. $.55
., '. ..... for New York on Thursday. daily p m MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
',.,:;;:x.. .'.-,:>:""'oj"),'I"';":'": .",,\, .' ,.'.(.',", -n:;,;!';":,:.,... : With Sea Island Route, from and to Savannah Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm of this notice I will
CURTIS fc; CO.;; publication presentto
Arrive at at..10:55
Waycross daily m
and Brunswick, daily except Sunday. p of Probatefor
J. Baker
l' ... .. ... the Hon. H. Judge
Arrive at Jesup daily at... .12:55 a m
REAL ESTATE, AGENTS, AT CALLAHAN. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a in Nassau county, my final accounts and
To and from Savannah and Charleston of the of
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ST. )[A RY'S. GEORGIA Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m vouchers as executor estate
and all and West and ask for
points daily.AT WILLIAM ::MAESON deceased, a
Arrive at Brunswick daily. at....... 8:00 a m
Loans procured Mortgages negotiate HAWTHORNE Arrive at :Macon daily It.-............ 8:50 m final discharge. .
changes effected. d.ex- To and, from Palatka daily except Sunday. Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:30 p m JOHN A. :ELLERMANN Executor.,

Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 AT WILDWOOD. 'Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:20 a m t Fernandina Fla., April 1885. Gm
acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:45 p m ,
liOTII IN STYLE AND PRICES. acres for sale. Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive at Washington daily..........10.30 a m

N. B._"St. .)fary's'.having been selected AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,, Arrive at New York daily.at.........: 5:30 p m JAMES McGIFFJX,
as the terminus of the Atlantic& Buffet and Cars via
Mississippi With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman Sleeping AND BUILDER,
"' "' ..' i iJdaress u Canal (under the survey made for Govern- West and Havana every Saturday; for New Waycross.. and Pullman Palace Sleeping CONTRACTOR '.
; '-:'.- ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. :
construction of which having been granted Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with Western and Alachua Street, between Second and:Third; "
by the United States Government and the every Saturday.With Atlantic and East Tennessee Virginia and '-fR*
FLORIDA MIRROR, Legislatures of Georgia and: Florida, a large Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers :Georgia Railroads for all points West and FERNANDINA, FLA.
increase in the value of adjacent lands may for and from Key West. Monday and Northwest. '
confidently looked for.. (See New York Thursday; for Tampa and :Mr.natee1on. Pullman Palace Sleeping:: Cars Jackson- Orders and estimates from a distance carefully I
FERNANDINA, FLA.. Sun, 27-3-83.> day and Friday. ville to Louisville via Thomasville. attended to. 25-tf !


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., THE r FLOKlDA MIRROR: : AUGUST 22, 1885. .'....,-,,',',- :h .

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR.-- Base Ball. i Fatherland,and to the relatives, here, whose A REGULATIONFORBIDDING !I

: The'Mechanic Base Ball'Club,'of this city, grief in this sad hour can only'be lessenedby THE CULTIVATION OF

went to Brunswick;rGa., Tuesday evening, an implicit'trust in God's great mercy. LANDS OR LOTS WITHIN THE LIMITS f fI

'I.OO.A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS on the' pilot boat Cowan, to play a match Resolved, That'the rooms of "this associa- OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA.

Reflections.W. game with the Brunswick. Club, Our Boys, tion be draped in mourning for the periodof IT !ORDAINED BY THE BOARDof Two Millionsof

on Wednesday afternoon. The Cowan three months'and that a blank, page-oh BE Health for the County of Nassau,

reached Brunswick about 1 o'clock Wednes- our minute book be inscribed to the mem- }Florida That no person or persons shall be of
Bailey Tucker, Esq., now of Tavares, permitted allowed to plant, turn up or acres Farming, Orange,
day noon, and at 3 o'clock the game was ory of our late,asso iate. I
in the city yesterday.A disturb the'soil or surface of atlot or lands Timber and Grazing Lands
-was called, which resulted in a tie. Resolved,:.Thatra. : : copy'of these resolutions within the corporate limits of the City of

five-foot shark was caught at the Broome ,The following is'the score by runs : be transmitted, the relatives of our de-, Fernandina, for any purpose, or to plant or situated ,in 29 counties and

street dock yesterday afternoon. MECHANICS.McCarl ceased brother; as also to the Florida Mirror cultivate any such lot or lands after the first comprising the lands bought
of : and before the tenth of Novem-
The City Council did not meet on Wed-. c................................................ 1; for publication; May day
ber of and Sir Edward
for want of J. Hernandez 1st b................................. 1 order*'of any year; any person or persons by J. Reed, from
a By the Cit dealt
night German-American this shall .be with
nesday quorum. F. 'V ass. 2d b......................................._ 1 n violating regulation the State of Florida in
law Provided. That this 1881
Colonel A. R. Meek, of Jacksonville, with J. Nix, p................................:............... 2 izens' Club. according to : regulation ,
his daughter, Miss. Lizzie .R., are sojourningin T. Davis, c. f............................................ 0 A.: GLAIBEB, cultivation is not to of be flowers construed as forbiddingthe are now offered at graded{
A. Muller 3d b....................................... 3 President.. or planting grasson
the city. L. Waas, s. s.....;...'.........:....................... 1' premises occupied by the owner. prices. These lands were selected
Every hotel and boarding-house in the Jas. Clark. 1. f:.......:................................ ,0 Attest : Approved July 29.H.18M.E. by Hon. Hugh A. Ccr-
and B. W. 1\cNiel, r. f........................ ......... 3 J. J. RUTISHAUSER, DOTTERER.
city was crowded Thursday evening President tern.
,: -. Secretary. pro ley, late Commissioner of the
H. J. BAKER. Secretary.
yesterday.John .
OUR,BOYS. 'J2 Ferriaa diva, Fla, August 18, 1885 State Land Office, and Mr.
D. Lowe, the fruit dealer, has leased -
his and made the Littlefield, p..................................1........ 2 MARX HELD & CO. M. A. Williams late agent for
the store adjoining own, 'Howard, s. s........................................... 1 Range of Thermometer
two into one.Underthedirection. Morse 2d b.......................:..................... 3 FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, AUGUST>A, 1885,. IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OFFLOWERS: sale of State lands y which fact
of Chairman McGiffin, Cook, 1st b............................................., 0 AT HORSEY'S DRCG STORE. is a guarantyof their
Bostwick, c.f.......................................... 2 7A.M. high
of the Street Committee, the weeds are being Dart, 3d b......................................;......... 1 Saturday, Aug. 15..77- 1231.3P.M.82 80' 6P.M.78 WIND.S. E. quality. The'purchase known

cut from the streets. 'Young, 1. f............................................. 1 Sunday, V 16..._.76 80 79 78 S. W. the
9 Read cleared Herzog, r. f........................:..................... 1 :Monday, 17......77 81 80 79 S.-W. ..ANDFEATHERS as Reed Purchase was only
On Wednesday Colonel J. C. Htrscb, c............._;................................ 1 Tuesday "" 18..... 78 62 81 80 S. E. opened for sale this and
the schooner Jennie II. Cheney, for St. Kitts, Wednesday, 19..77 80 78 76 S.;, E. ,. year
Thursday, 20.78: 81 80 78 S. E.
P with a cargo of yellow pine lumber. 12 Friday, 21.78, 80 80 78 N. E. 600 & 602 Broadway, New York. the lands have not been culled

Y t A hop at the beach pavilion is on the pro Liquor Licenses.. Fay the Highest Market Price for all kindsof or picked over.. No part has

5 gramme for next Wednesday night. The Various opinions existed in this 'MARINE. Bird Skins, Egret White Crane, Heron- been reserved in
county as Direct any manner
for the Plumage, etc. Ship ) to New Tork. ,
Jacksonville harpers are engaged to the necessity of petitioning the County Port of Fernandina. and the whole is for
i Can use only large quantities. 'Express charges open sale.
: : occasion. Commissioners for a license to sell liquorssome HIGH WATER. must be prepaid on sample packages. 36

The Jacksonville Silver Cornet Band and claiming that the old petitions were Saturday, Aug. 22............ 523 A.M. 5:54 P. M. Special prices on large tracts.
y Sunday, 23........... 6:10 6:39 '
'' x' an Italian string band furnished music for perfectly good and entitled the holder to a Monday, 24............ 6:56 7:22 NOTICE. Timber lands,virgin forests m

" the excursionists on Amelia Beach yesterday new license upon the payment of the tax, Tuesday, "" 25............ 7:42 "" 8.-01 UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,'' bodies of acres and
1yr Wednesday,. 26........... 8:25 8:41: } 50,000 up-
, evening. as long as he continued in business; others Thursday, 27........... 9:05 9:19 GAINESVILLE. FLA., July 20, 1885.
r Friday, 28............ 9:43: 9:59: /"COMPLAINT having: been entered at this wards. Lands sold for cash
' Samuel D. Swann and Charles Marion contended that the payment of the tax had Vy Office by George W. Thompson against time.

Stark became full-fledged American citizens 'to be preceded by a petition, signed by a ENTERED. Ansel Suraiuerall for abandoning his Home- or on long '

? i this week. C. :M. dares any man to call him majority of the tax-payers of the precinct Aug. 19-5teamship'New York San; freight Antonio and passengers Wilder, from to stead Entry No. 7.953.dated April 22, 1880, The Florida Land and Mortgage Co.

where such license was purposed to be taken .R. W. Southwick, agent. upon the SW i Section 32, Township 4 N,
,. j a boy after this. Aug. 17- Monticello. McKee, 'Range 24 E, in Nassau County, Fla., with"'a (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
M r ; ,An old colored woman-upon: being immersed out. Mr. Chas. W.Lewis, chairman of the 'from Charleston: freight and passengers view to the cancellation of said entry; the
.l y ( Board of County pbnimissioners, was appealed to W. O. Jeffreys, agent said parties are hereby snnimoned to appearat
ix at Palatka a recent Sunday, ex- 18 1
on Aug. of Monticello, McKee, ,
to and to settle the matter he Palatk- this Office on the13th day of October,
wrote from freight and
; ,
claimed "Bress de Lord! dis am five passengers m.
tt : 1885 at o'clock
to Comptroller Barnes. he to W. O.Jeffreys, agent. p: to respond and fur-
. I'sem. zed." I Yesterday received Aug. 20- Monticello, McKee, nish testimony concerning said alledged
the following reply, which settles the from Charleston; freight and passen- abandonment.
Mr. John Yarnum formerly city editor of to W. ,
, whole matter: gers, O/Jeffreys agent. L. A. BARNES, Register.
Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, ,
Times-Union but recently secretary
more JOHN
t' TREASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE FLORIDA, from Palatka; freight and passengers, Receiver.
yy ; of the Board of Trade of Jacksonville, was COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, to W. O.Jeffreys, agent. ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW.

S '. in the city this week. TALLAHASSEE, August 20th, 1885. Schooner Lizzie ballast Lane, Herrick, Philadel
to master.
Chas. W.: Lewis, Chairman Board of Commissioners 12-Bark Columba; Stray, Gloucester,.Mass., ::Fl.. A.TJST'INMANUFACTURER Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's off,
excursion numbering some
. An party,
Nassau County: ballast, to master. '
a Tavares and the Peninsu DEAR SIR In Schooner Benj. C. ,'Moore Philadelphia FERNANDINA FLA.
i I arrived here from : reply to yours of the 13th,'I Terry OF
will state, that every new liquor license Huot.IS0Schooner. -; hay, com and lime, to C. H.

Navigation must be preceded by a new permit from the Jennie A. Chauney,Arey, Bos- Tin Sheet-Iron WareAND Hotel
Board of County Commissioners,which new ton; ballast, to master. Strathmpre ,
Rev. O. P. Thackara rector of St. Peter's permit should be based on a petition signed 12-Schooner Joseph M. Hayer Lansel,Bath;
with reference ice, to Wi K. Bauknfght. DEALER IN'
jSCr to the new license. The
Sewanee Tenn. ,
Church left Thursday for "
f ;
Schooner Chas. A Coulumb, Megee New
< spirit and intent of the law is, that a ma-
i if'? accompanied by Mrs. Thackara. They will jority of the registered voters of the election York;&general freight, to .Fred W. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.NOW .
Hoyt Co. and others. ,
i' spend the balance of the summer .in this district should give their assent to the sale ; ARLR Rj rrI B d ELMT I ST VBS
famous mountain region. of liquors in their district during the time' CLEARED. ,
covered by the Aug. Steamship City of San Antonio,Wilder,
m The steamship City of San Antonio, sailed license.Yours truly, by for R.New W.York Southwick; freight agent.and passengers' OPEN FOR. THE SEASOX.

for New York Thursday evening with the W. D. BARNES, Comptroller. Aug. Steamship City of Monticello McKee, ,
following : 108,000 feet yellow pine for Palatka; by W. O.Jeifre .
i f cargo Captain NeilVs Death. Aug.18-Steamship City of Monticello,McKee,for ; BEACH is the finest on the
lumber, 200 logs cedar, 78 cases cedar, 188 Charleston;by W.O. Jeffreys, agent. AMELIA Coast.'and the Sea-Bathingis: ,
? barrels rosin, 58 barrels spirits turpentine, Captain J. B. G. O'Neill, of Savannah: Ga.; Aug.Steamship City of Monticello,McKee,for unsurpassed. The Boating and Fishing cm

31 packages merchandise. died very suddenly at Thomasville, Ga., on W.Palatka O. Jeffreys.; freight and passengers., by the Island are excellent.

Y the afternoon of August 12th. Captain Aug.21-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, Connections made by the Fernandina &
The City of HonticeUo, of the Charleston O'Neill was originally from Fernandina for Charleston;freight and passengers, Sea-Beach Railway with every train arriring -
;1 & Florida Steamship Line, on her next trip by W. O. Jeffreys, agent. on the Florida Railway & Navigatkffli
M. ;i : where he was well known and where he 17-Schooner B. C.Terry, Moore, Camden, N. Co's lines also with the different Steazww.
't r north will be laid up for a thorough overhauling J.; lumber, by C. H.'Huot. ;
resided until after the war. At the com- Schooner Jennie H. Cheney, Arey, St. ti Rates from $2.00 to $3.00 per day ; sp M
for the winter business. The City E
Kitts J. C. Read. rates for families by the week.
mencement of the war he went out as a private ; lumber by

1 of PalatJca, which has just undergone the in a company from Fernandina, in the 1 j:!:- Excursion parties accommodated.
same process at New York, will take the run Miss L. G. Watson
Second Florida regiment. He was very Jj2r'" Clam Chowder every day.FRANK .

on the line next week. popular and was soon elected a Lieutenant, Will re-open her Select School for young ABBOTT
r The for first-class boats.of girls and children on Thursday, October 1,
prize pennant and afterwards
shortly when
I about 21
or Of the Latest and Most
at her residence on Centre Street, corner of Approved Patterns. COTTAGE
Ali 'A the Fernandina Boat Club will not be sailed 22 years of.age, was elected Captain. He Seventh, and hopes still to merit the patron- LUCY ,

& for on :Monday morning next, between the served faithfully and gallantly and partici- age so kindly conferred heretofore. COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, Seventh-St., near Egmont Hcfa3:; ,
4 Tallulah and the Undine, on account of the pated in all the battles in Virginia. He had Miss ANNIE TuCKER, so well and favorably
known in the communit p.will be
i+ i of the racing rig of the asso- I ,FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
getting considerable
military experience, and at the ciated with Miss: WATSON, and take chargeof LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,

corn.i close of the war was the senior captain in the Musical Department., Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished/iritb
n; his regiment.' Returning to his home after I For terms, see Circulars. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. or without board. Table Boarders will re

the surrender of General R. E. Lee he I accommodated; also transient.
Mr. C. H. Huot is now loading the Nor- DRIVEN WELL A SPECIALTY
to work first A,Liberal Reward I, 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON-:
as a druggist and afterwards as
'' wegian bark Columba for South America.
a lumber clerk. He married Will be paid to any party who should AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
was to :Miss
t He states that he has orders for several million
recover the body of the late Jacob Gremli,
Ida for Tin Gutters promptly filled. W. K. BAUKNIGHTV
t,1r r. feet of yellow pine lumber for the River Payne, of Fernandina, shortly after the drowned off Amelia beach on Sunday last, Wind Mills for pumping water or running \
Plater. Mr. Huot is keeping things lively close of the war, and went to Savannah in and who will communicate the fact to either light machinery promptly erected on order. AGENT,
f 1871, and has resided there' almost undersigned, or to J. J. Rutishauser at WHOLESALE AND RETAILBUTCHER
around his mill. His log booms are full continuously -I Church, Factory and School Bells for sale
the Atlantic Pavilion the beach.J. .
a since that time. His on at a bargain. AND STOCK DEALER.
r i 1( of logs, and train loads are coming in daily. remains were C. RUTISHAUSER SS-Stoves at Wholesale Prices. ANDDealer'in
The price lumber is low, but our enter- taken to Savannah the following day and Cor. Centre & Third Sts. All goods delivered at the various trans- Ice

" prizing citizen believes in keeping moving, buried by the Knights of Pythias of that Fernandina, Fla., August 15,1885. portation stations within the city; free of

replacing an old greenback with a new one. city. He leaves a wife and son to mourn charge. All sales for cash. .TENNESSEE 'BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM

,his loss.-Times-Union, 20th.Masonic.. Special bargains in every department of CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. STREET WHARF

Rules for the Government of Masters our store for the balance of the season.. Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.. teteFERNANDINA.- FLA.
J. & ,T. KYDD.
Sailing Boats in :Regattas B. C. .

'" At the starting point the stake boat ort A regular convocation of Nassau Chapter'No.
23 R/. A*. :M Bathing Suits and Caps
: will be held at the new
left the
I buoy may be on either side, as mas-
Masonic Hall in For Ladies and Gentlemen, in elegant
Austin '
: <
, 6*. ter may choose-invariably avoiding fouls. I corner style and large variety, '. '
' In passing the lower stake boat or- buoy, of Second and Broome streets, -on Thurs- .atKINO'S BAZAAR, :> .

all boats must leave the same on their starboard day evening next,at 7:30 standard time. All tf Cor. of Fifth and Centre sts. o f .

" I hand. companions in good standing are requestedto e'
or right, FURNITURE !
attend. in the Another of handsome Lawns at five ]
Work R. A. degree., case .
w r f fG On returning to the.starting point, in cents per yard. J. & T. KYDD. "'..,.,.,"-. "
the line the 'stake boat
G crossing or buoy J.- ;
r must be left on the port, or leftvhand. In Memoriam.At To Rent. ." :', .'

violation of above rules will a meeting of the German-American Two ,
Any floor of
rooms, the upper the houseon
We have in the :Marson Centre Street
' I the master to the censure of the Club and Citizens1 Club, held this week, the following northwest corner of Centre and Seventh : opened Building,

,his boat will be ruled out of the race. resolutions were unanimously adopted: streets. Inquire the,premises. 'below Second, a full line of Furniture,,Bedding, 'etc., consisting:

t order of the Club WHEREAS!: It has pleased Providence to
By from Summer Clothing and Hats closing out in part of Walnut Chamber. Suits Ash Chamber Suits, :Mahogany
x S. L. DENNETTE,) remove our midst our beloved com- cheap. J.- & T. KYDD. '

W. H. POPE, Com. panion, friend and fellowcountrymanJACOB and Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at
l ; H. W. KU G. J .GREMLI A new lot of latest styles Crockery and

Approved, Resolved, That, while we humbly submitto Glassware at. HOYT & Co's. prices as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere- '

.f ALEX. 1JcC
heart that we contemplate the in- Having obtained a lease of' the Atlantic variety Rockers of all kinds Tables-Extension, Breakfast and
The Beach Schedule. scrutable ways of the Father above, in taking Pavilion, on Amelia Beach, I beg to inform ; ; ;

suddenly from this world our brother at my friends'and the public generally that I Centre; Washstands; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat and Wire
Leave Fernandina for the beach at 6.15 the propose to make such improvements and
very threshold of manhood. Young additions as to make the Pavilion a first- Mattresses various than before sold
1 qualities cheaper ever
8.40, and 11.10 a. m., and 2.55,4.00, 5.45, and ,
and vigorous ,in |body and mind,just and class sea-side resort. Refreshments of all
7.10 p. m. Leave the boach at 6.45,9.00 and honorable in all his dealings with his fel- kinds will he served in first-class style at Pillows. and Bolsters ; and a full line of goods generally found;;
11.40 a. m., and 3.15,5.15: 6.05, and 9.45 'p. t ;reasonable rates;.'* I solicit the patronage of
I m. On Sundays,trains leave Fernandina at low-men,cheerful and amiable in his disposition the public.ALBER'rGLAIBER.. in regular Furniture Store., We invite an inspection, of our
he promised to be a good, true and .
6.15 and 10.20 a. m., and 3:00: 4.50, 6.00 and stock. '
loyal citizen of the ;
community which he
8.00 m. Leave the beach at 6.35 and 10.40 THE: UMTVERSITY THE SOUTH
p. lived; while,bis allegiance to the land of located at SEWANEE, TENN., upon .the We also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.
a. m., and 4.15, 5.15 6.30 and 9.30 p. m., his Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet above the sea -
adoption did not lessen
the love for the level. This under the
school special patronageof
I Gents Furnishing GoodsIn land of his nativity, peculiar to his race. in the the Bishops South of the Protestant Episcopal Church, The latest-shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware and. Porcelain -
and Southwest, offers the healthiest '
all styles AT PAUL FUNKE'S. This organization, of which he was a,zeal- residence and the best advantages both moral .Goods., Sold in any. quantity to suit purchaser. '." ,
ous member, 'recognizes his worth and and educational In its Grammar School and in

A lot Parasols (exclusive styles cheap while deeply deploring his loss, extends its 'the its Collegiate special claims and Theological of this University Departments.for patronage ,For- .- FRED "W. ZBICrY-TJ1: ; CO '

this week.. J. & T, KYDD. heartfelt sympathy to the parents in the ,'apply for documents to the Rev.'TELFAIR { '- '" ., :, :'
Ij HODGSON, Vice-Chancellor, Sewanee Tenn. I ," ,! .
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