Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 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 )
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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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VOL. VII. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1885. 'o.: 40:..-

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27/L' STORM AT CHARLESTON.. should be so, as is easily demon- NEWSNOTWITHSTANDING r S.; fishing are paid about fifty-five shil- Mrs. Grundy Says

strated., Within a mile of this officeare all" that. has lings a month, 'with a premium of That the artesian well project meets with
HOUR-LOSS 1000000. two genuine, hay fields, one be- been written about Persia, Minister six-pence per barrel of liver; the That with good flowing water. properly

PER longing to 'L W. Wellington and the Benjamin declares that ignorance captain gets two shillings and three- conducted, the general health of the city

CHARLESTON, S. C., August 25.- other to William Beardall. These concerning it is so general that no pence per barrel on the first.100 bar- will be improved, and a s1 plemli tI I revenue

Charleston was struck by a cyclone will be flowing into the city from
gentleman have been.experimentingwith correct of the land has been rels of the season's catch, and three
map water rents within two
of the
and years;
this morning, Florida products for a numberof made. shillings and four-pence per barrelon ,That nearly every resident would have it
houses in the city are and have heyoIld.adoubt the remainder. in his house and wonder
years, proven why, the tiling!
ARTIFICIAL honey imported into
Michael'sand ,
of the of St. -
Parts spires '
was not Parted -
that be profitably long ago;
hay can
'England from this country has been; ANOTHER RAILROAD FOR
St. Matthew's churches were 'That with pure air 'and water as tonics,

blown down, and the spire of the raised in Florida. They are now, found, on analysis, to :'be made of GAINESVILLE. our druggists will have to ship their stockof

Church is de the middle of August, actually har- wheat or corn starch treated with Colonel J. B. Brown returned yes- calomel and quinine to Jacksonville for

Citadel Square The Baptist wharves and vesting the second,crop of hay from oxalic acid. The fraud\cannot be terday from Savannah and Jacksonville a market.

molished. ware- the same land, and it is of the very detected the :'3JM- ;*" .- He has been elected to the That the enervating effect of a sea voyageon -
by taste. f fA
houses are badly damaged. At Sul- our boys was evident: in their base-ball:
best quality of crab grass: averagingfrom position of Superintendent of Con- match with Brunswick.
with liabilities
livan's Island two steamers are MAN bankrupt:
one-and-a-half two tons per and in the'settlement struction of the Green Cove, :Melrose That the several excursions of late have
and the Ashley river of $20,000 -
new ,
aground, acre. and is worth $25 per ton in the & Gainesville Railroad which was demonstrated the insufficient size of the
constructed is of the estate which yielded 78 ,
bridge, now being public pavilion at the beach
market. The mode of producing is ;
recently sold to parties' in Jackson-
swept away. Four vessels, which per cent. to the creditors;the costs of That until ample provision is made for
of the kind. The land
wrecked. Tel- very the administration amounted to less ville, who will immediately arrange large gatherings, our citizens should refrain
arrived yesterday are
was cultivated in vegetables last win- for beginning the work of extendingthe from "crowding the mourners" there on
egraph wires are down, and there are than $3. This happened away off
ter, and after the crop was gatheredthe road on to Melrose and Gaines- such occasions ;
no cars running. The loss is esti- in Sweden. That some of the excursionists reflected
land was simply smoothed over, ville. Judge J. W. Ashly of this
mated at $1,000,000, The work of itself. The first DURHAM, N. C., a tobacco manufacturing upon the eagerness of citizens in monopo-
the grass seeding city is first President and will do
lizing the time, space and pleasures that
restoration and reparation has already town shows remarkable
crop was harvested in June, and all in his power to have the road were supposed to be devoted wholly to the

begun. done until it development: Twenty years ago it strangers.That .
nothing more was was constructed to this place as soon as
The hurricane on Sullivan's Island for No fertili- was a small hamlet, with'but! ninety Yardmaster-Conductor-etc. T. L.
ready cutting again. possible. Colonel Brown informs us
last night and this morning was ter- inhabitants, and the total valuationof Stewart is showing the effect of hard work
zers were used except on the vegeta- that a force of hands will be put to and constant care by a rapid loss of adipose
rime and destructive. A number of leaves the property was only $10,000.... A recently -
bles. The crop of 'hay' work by the first of October. When tissue. i ,

houses were blown away. The New land in a better condition than it completed census shows' a completed this road will be much That Ben '' H. A. Butler has made Pa-

Brighton hotel had over 100 guests population of 6,370, and.the assessed latka his latest field of labor and recreation.
was at -Sanford Argus. the shortest route between Gaines-
and great fears were entertained for valuation of 'property ;3; given at That the members of the Fernandina Boat s
ville and Jacksonville. Gainesville
Club can be seen daily gathering fragments
their safety. About 9 o'clock this OUR COLORED POPULATION. $3,000,000. j"' '
JV ws. of the fleet and putting boats in order.

morning the storm reached its greatest Between 1870 and 1880 the white popula- THE records in the office of the That the Mayor should make an exampleof

velocity. At that hour, while the tion of the United States increased from Commissioner of 'Buildings. in New The Beach Schedule. some of the boys, white and black,.who

33,592,245 to 43,402,970, or .2O per cent., Leave Fernandina for the beach at 6.15
hotel at breakfast the are using slings and endangering windows
people were
Orleans shows that the four
and the colored population from 4,886,387to .
8.40, and 11.10 a. m., and 2.55,4.00, 5.45. and and eyesights all over town ;
Casino fell with a crash. Fortunately 6,580,793, or 34.67 per cent. Yet the,colored months ended July 31st permits for
7.10 p. m. Leave the boach at 6.45,9.00 and That she can send him the names of a few

all the rooms in that buildinghad people gained nothing from immigration the erection of buildings. valued at 11.40 a. m., and 3.15, 5.15, 6.05, and 9.45 p. if he wants them.

been vacated, but there were while something like three millionswere $1,000,000 were issued. This is dou- m. On Sundays,trains leave Fernandina at

that the added to the white population from 6.15 and 10.20. a. m., and 3.00, 4.50, 6.00 and The MansionHousewith the exceptionof
apprehensions dining-
grave ble the amount issued during the
that source. 8.00 p. m. Leave the beach at 6.35 and 10.40a. some damage to the plastering and fences.

room and main building would soon The contemplation of these suggestive fig- same time last year. The records m., and 4.15,5.15, 6,30 and 9.30 p. m. received no injury during the late hurricane.

succumb to the violence of the storm. ures has caused the subject of what is to be : also show that a large ;'majority of \

Brave men were blanched with fear the future of the colored race here to be dis- :the permits issued during the four The Club Pennant. The fishermen have all been busy since

and their hearts almost ceased to pulsate cussed in a new light, and in a temper very < At the meeting of the BoatClub last nightit the storm in repairing their smacks, which f
months of this endedJuly'31stwerejfor'privatedwefiniiotisesrj\ :
different from that with which it used to be i year : .
was decided that the special race for first- were badly treated the
very by severe
.sO"fearful was the apprehensionthat I treated: Will the.whites be swamped by the :c ass-Boats:Tvill-be sailed l1cxtFrid: *morn-: sweathere ;, e. r,,.",,: .......:, .,":,'- _2,!. .'- ..'- S
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doomed to instant death. The ladies cially, or must we look for amalgamationin ICE CREAM has become a standardfor ing.The first gun will be fired fifteen minutes The Mansion House, during the visit of

the future? These questions whichare of social status. the excursion
are judging people's parties from South an4'JIid'dIe -
behaved with a heroism that was really before the start. The second gun, to start,
very seriously asked by men who have At Newport there isn't an ice cream fifteen minutes later. Florida, has been crowded with 'guests
sublime. Not a murmur escaped given careful study to the facts of the situa- to its utmost capacity. Mr. James Yniestrahas
saloon in the of
their lips. They faced their danger tion. anywhere region Rules the Government Masters taken the desk in the clerk's office.
for of
Ruffin Massachusetts, writing in cottages, and the same is true of the
with such fortitude as to challengethe Sailing Boats in Regattas, F. B. C.
the Quarterly Review of the African Methodist fashionable part of Long Branch ; The Strathmore Hotel is favorably
admiration of the men. At 9 At the starting point the stake boat or very
Episcopal Church, says that the ne- but at Ocean Grove where spoken of by the visitors and
nobody buoy may be left on either side, as the master excursionists
o'clock the wind changed from the "
his fate is sealed. But he
gro must go ; pretends to be anybody in partic- may choose-invariably avoiding fouls. to the sea shore. Its indefatigable proprietor -
southeast and the storm increased adds that the white must also and hismeaning
t go; In passing the lower stake boat or buoy, Mr. F. Abbottis at work early and late

from the southwest, when the'Casino of course, is that amalgamation is ular, ice cream saloons abound, and all boats must leave the same on their star- catering personally to the wants of his

inevitable,and that the race distinctions will 500 persons can be seen emptyingsaucers guests.
fell. It is thought that the maximum : board, or right, hand.
be lost. This is also the opinion of the editor !
with all time in
spoons, a On returning to the starting point, in f
velocity of the storm was from sixty- of that magazine, who looks forward to I Several of the residents on the hill in.the
a locally celebrated restaurant. And crossing the line, the stake boat or buoy
live to seventy miles per hour; the time when the mulattoes will rapidly neighborhood of Third and Escambia streets t
must be left on the port, or left, hand.
The main building of the hotel is increase, not as the consequence of irregular yet, says a critic, "some of the girls Any violation of above rules will subjectthe had to vacate their houses during the recent f

relations between white men and colored looked quite refined and'nice.'' hurricane. These dwellings stood in the i
intact, having stood the storm with- master to the censure of the Club and
women, but as the result of marriages be- most exposed position, and received the full
THE usual of his boat will be ruled out of the race.
serious It is said shark-fishing season
very damage. tween white women and colored men. Dr. force of the gale. The damage to the dwell- I

that the present storm was the most Abel Stevens also foresees amalgamation, Iceland from January or Februarytill By order of the Club, ings is considerable, and in one case so great
violent in thirty years. At 1 o'clockit and even the Protestant Episcopal Bishop of August. During the winter W. H. POPE, [Com.H. that the house is untenable.

was entirely over. The loss to Kentucky has treated it as probable in a recent months the sharks frequent shallow W. KING. JApproved .,

magazine article. Notice.
New Brighton will be $30,000. There jvaters, and are found about twenty ALEX. McCoTTERY,
But President William :F. Warren, writingin TTTHEREAS APPLICATION HAS been

has been a very general destructionof the Congregationalist presents another anda miles from land, in fifty fathoms of Commodore.List YY made to the County Court in and for

property on the island but the new view of the subject. It is that the statistics water or thereabouts ; in summer. the County of Nassau, Florida by T. A.
of Letters Acosta Administrator of the estate of JaneY.
people are profoundly grateful that as to the increase of the colored pop- they seek deeper waters, and are Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- Acosta, for an order to sell for paymentsof
ulation drawn from the census are deceptive,
debts, the following real estate, belongingto
their lives have been saved. The for while the white is credited with his caught 100 miles or'so off the coast, dina, Nassau county, Florida, August 29th said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, that is,

island was, in the main, submerged, own white offspring, the negro is creditednot in a depth of 200 fathoms. A hook 1885. Persons calling for these letters must Lots seven ((7)), nine ((9)) and ten ((10)) in
advertised : Block No. four ((4) ; also Lots seven ((7)), nine
but when the wind changed the wa- only with all his own proper descend- twelve to eighteen inches long, baited say Branam Annie Johnson George ((9)), and i of ten ((10)) in Block No. nine ((9)),
ants but also with all the increase of the the of Fernandina of Nassau
entire with horse-flesh and seal blubber City County ,
ters receded and all hearts rejoicedand Bundle J B Jones, Jnlies
Florida Town with the
Old( ) improvements
mixed population of the country, and, Baley, Edward Jones, Jonney
with sinker and Theodore Rousseau Julius D.
weighted an eight-pound ,
were made glad. over and above this, with all the children of Brown, Sam Loocas, Mrs Marine E Rousseau; Eustis J. Acosta Lilian Marton

The city is becoming tranquil.The white men by negro or mixed mothers, and and attached by a couple of yards of Brown, Joe Ludia, Als wife of Charles, Marton, Kate,Acosta, Alberti,
Bush, G H Lamer, J P
loss is still estimated at $1,000000 ,- with all the children of white women by negro strong chain to a Acosta, Francis Acosta, Julia A. Acosta,
or mixed fathers." His argument is that line is used and is allowed to Cromartie, D R Midleton, John
including the wharves and hang heirs of said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, are
Dillard P G Martiner, Joseph
the of the ,
superior propagating negroes
power cited and notified to show before
motionless about of fathoms
a couple Drummond James Mikley, Emer
churches. [Merchants are already has been exaggerated, if it exists at all, Alice, Post, J M the 10th day of September, 1885, why said
from the bottom. As soon as the Hayes, order should not be granted, if they
rebuilding. The phosphate works, because these considerations have not been Haywood, Isaac Payne, Edward II. j. BAKER any ,
taken the account. Were the shark is drawn to'the surface har- Eva Redmon, Lusie can.
near tim city, arc but little injured, into census up Hogan, County Judge, N. C.
H L Smith, John
men to turn the tables,"he says,"and reckonto and lances struck into it Hull T. A. ACOSTA,
except the Atlantic, which loses its poons are Houston E O Townslay, Anna
Administ'r of the Estate of Jane Y.
the increase of the white man every childin
acid and the spinal column is cut. Large Hawking Henry Trip, Stephen dec.
chamber. The German bark H. Acosta
whom the slightest strain of the white Headen, Polly Wilson! Flora
Peters hooks are fixed into the body and Jomon A Wilson J C Fernandina, Fla., August 14, 18S?. 4w
was driven ashore. The Ger- man's blood can be detected, we should geta ,

showing wonderfully changed." chains round it and thus Watts. Celia Refrigerators at Fred W. Hoyt & Co.'s
man brig Frcihcit was sunk in collision 'passed se- HELD FOR BETTER DIRECTION-James :M.
The statistics he wants might show that Furniture Store, Centre Street.
cured it is and the liver
with the dry dock. The cut open re- Hayes.
the whites are not behindhand in -
schooner blown moved. The livers are brought S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. Private Board,
William E. Lee was power, but would they not also show
the Brick Seventh street.
Cottage on
ashore, and the Norwegian bark Vcrffcw that the process of amalgamation has already ashore and stored in vats till the Ladies' Linen Dusters, near Egmont Hotel.

( and the Italian brig San Priccoare gone on to an enormous extent?- solid matters have settled to the bottom From 75 cents up, at Offers pleasant rooms well furnished with
MODE BRO'S. or without board. Transient boarders will
New I'ork Sun.Valuable .
ashore at Castle Pinckney, with a ; the more fluid portion is then be accommodated. '

three-masted schooner, name un- Orange Lands for Sale melted in iron pots over an open fire. Gents Furnishing GoodsIn MRS. T. P. G. THOMPSON.
all AT PAUL FUXKE'S. Fernandina, Fla., January, 10, 1885.
known. No lives were lost. Tracts containing twenty acres .each of By this process the liver yields about

choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake Great bargains in Parasols, Mitts, Lace
its bulk of dark-
two-thirds a coarse, .Another,case of handsome Lawns at five
suitable for orange growing and truck farm- Goods, etc., at
HAY MAKING IN FLORIDA. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare colored oil. Of late years refiningby cents per yard. J. & T. KYDD.A PAUL FUSKE'S'DRY GOODS EMPORIUM

There is, an immense amount of very conveniently situated for transpor- steam has come into use, and the new lot of latest styles Crockery and -Remember- -the closing, out sale in Dry

hay annually brought to this State; tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on liver is melted as fresh as possible.By Glassware at HOYT.& Co's.To Goods etc:. at -

|n fact, fully 90 per cent. of all thatis terms to purchasers. Titles are unques- this means- finer, lightercoloredoil ,Bent. I PAUL FU KE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.
tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
used is brought here from the is obtained but the yield is less. Two rooms, the upper floor of the house Special bargains in :every department of
bodies. G. R.
large ,FAIRBANKS, .
on northwest corner of Centre and Sevenths our store for the balance of the season.J.
North. It is not necessary that this February 16, 1882. .Fernandina, ,Fla. The crew of vessels engaged in shark- Inquire on the premises. & T. KYDD. '



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1"-E THE BURDEN. '. ;;, You can,.sir" was. the. reply, and I this, Sam, I thought you'd gon'e'l' MANAGEMENT. OF LECONTE PEAR ard. But in time the roots will occupy-

.. : TREES.
all the
; said. home. intervening
I ., nothing: more was ground, and if the
Over her head the sky was drear, '. The next, morning the ,boy again I started," replied Sam, confusedly. The LeConte requires a treatment. soil should be poor it should be grad-

The wind was bleak"" the way was rough ; :"spoke to the farmer, saying: cc If you've I went'.two miles up the track, and it in 'pruning peculiar to itself, by reason ually improved by growing peas and
.r She had her heavy heart to bear- I'd like to cold and that I backedout. of its habits of growth its tendency other
That seemed enough. got any work for me to do, was so stormy renovating crops, as opportunity
t stav a few days and work for my I'll'stay here if you'll let me till to run up like a Lombardy poplar, offers, while the treeS'are young.

But One who ordereth all things here, 'board." warmer weather." and the unusually large size the tree A word about grafted trees.

Sent And down watcheth a messenger human, who hopes laid and harms, You can, sir; I've, got hop poles to Yes, sir. 'Sam, you've been a good attains at an early age. find them a complete failure here; and We

A burden in her arms. sharpen and wood to get out, and you boy, and as. long .as you continue so, The tree will thrive and fruit with- the same may be said concerning bastard -

can stay,if you:) want to," answered Mr. you're welcome here." out pruning, but may assume an un- trees, i. e., trees grown from cut-

ljl KHl I' lien They shook said their, was heads won,"This with woman's pain and way fear., Carter. Mr. Carter uttered these wordsearn-: gainly shape ; some of the brancheswill tings taken from grafted trees. I can

|3] It i is not well on her to lay Mr. Carter had watched the boy estly, for.he was glad Sam had ,come run up too high, the fruit on them give no instruction as to their manaae--

Another care." closely, and he made up his mind that back, and he felt a strong liking for-the will be inaccessible and liable to be. ment, and what I have. said is applicable .

I ,; But Angels smiled in calm content he was honest and willing, and conse- friendless lad. That night, after he whipped off by the winds. The Le only to the genuine! pedigree Le

And said: 'Tis well, for He is wise, quently he felt disposed to lend him a went to bed, an idea occurred to him, Conte bears phenomenal<<; crops of fruit, Conte tree. It is claimed that grafted

And oftenest a blessing" sends helping hand. One day, after the boy and the next day he went to, Howe's and should, therefore, be stocky, with LeConte trees do pretty well in some

In a disguise. had,, been there about two weeks, he Cave and telegraphed to Falls Cify, as large sturdy limbs, and. have a well- .localities. The,future alone can determine -

f And lo the woman on whose breast called Mr. Carter aside and said : follows : balanced head, so that the fruit will this. To my certain knowl

T The burden hal been laid, I lied to you when I came here, "Joseph Miles: Your brother Sam' is at not be beaten off by storms, and be edge many readers of the Cultivator

Clasped it and smiled, and'by new strength, and I'm going to own up the truth. my house, and is in delicate health." He is convenient' for gathering. have purchased LeConte .trees
seemed during
Her feet stayed
4 Instead of living in Albany,''my father Answer.without money, and HIRAM wants P.to CARTER.go' home." In general terms, "required trim- the past planting season, and some of

y. She saw not the dark sky, her look lives at Falls City, Nebraska, and he's ming consists of an annual shortening them have written me lor informationas
Just four afterthis Sam
Was her burden bent, days re
on rich, owns thousands of acres of in of the longest branches, and removing to their treatment.
Nor felt the biting.wind, her care very ceived a letter from his brother Joe, .
On this intent. land, and is a banker. I managed a together with'a check for'one hundred the inside limbs so as to cause the This article is intended as a reply to

part of his property, but I was very dollars. tree to spread and form a symmetrical some of the questions that have been
She wiped away her tears, lest they and on occasion I propounded to But
i Should dim her watching eyes, intemperate, one :Mr. Carter identified Sam at the top.Thomas me. should further -
f And oftentimes in kisses stopped squandered large sum and he was bank, but the cashier would not cash county is headquarters for particulars be wanted through
1' Her out about it. He mea the LeConte Our orchard trees the Cultivator I will
weary sighs. awfully put gave the check on Sam's endorsement.. This pear. light the way if I
roll of bills, and told me to go to his can be counted by hundreds of thousands can, for I thoroughly believe in' this
cheerful brow obviated however
"With patient step and difficulty was soon ,
The load of toil she bore; stables and pick out the best horse he and :Mr.: Carter put his name on the ranging'from one to seventeen. noble fruit tree, and think I am doing
And in her seemed had and to ride far from him old. ,The knowledge of this
a hopeful power so away back'of' the check and Sam receivedthe years my countrymen a service in giving my
., Not guessed before. that he would never see me again. immediately management, that comes by experience experience with it.-1Villiani Jennings
Arrangements were -
i .Ql'lEJl| "Men marveled, they were not so wise Says he : 'Sam, you're a drunken money.made for the latter's departure should be worth something to in Southern Cultivator.An .
, As One who sent to her good-forthing, and .I disown own you. the novice. --
:p !' That burden about which their doubt Leave and darken doors and! in a few days he started for Begin with one old trees which Open Frank Letter.-It is by
me never year
my ,
wall his home in Nebraska. no means strange Dr. David Kennedy
He made demur
again I left him.and, after awhile .It ascertained that are.really the best for planting. They should have received the following letter.

A heavy care," they said, we saw my money was gone, and then I sold was subsequently are trained in the nursery to one stem, By reading it you will see in one minute
when Joe received Mr. Carter's tele- its writer -
The truth well known above; horse and became are about two inches in circumferenceat .why could recommend it. [Eo.]
,1 my finally Mr. S. B. Miles, the father of Mr. J..W. Horner, traveling agent; form-
is of self
A burden that not gram,
and, commenced the life of the collar and about five feet high. bach
But all for love wandering the in D. C.Vhen' .. Burgander tfc Co., Baltimore, Md.,
Washington :
i a friendless tramp. I don't know boys, was Three feet of the top should be cut off says : My head felt bad and I was suffer-

; .. Is sweet to bear, and helps to ease whether father is living or not, but I \ he returned the check had come before or at. the .time of planting. In ing from indigestion.: A trial of 'Favorite
t The,weight pf selfish care; back to the bank of which Mr.. Milesis 'Reme<(<).v' made me. feel like a new man. I
t have brother Joe older than .I. Since other words, the tree should be cut
a cheerfully recommend it tta all needing ,
holds a
: And Heaven's dispensary no cup President. He saw the check, and .
I left I've heard a wordfrom, back to two feet. medicine of the kind."
:r .. Of purer cheer never Joe related to him what had occurred.He .
home, and I've drifted around.begging. i. During the spring and summer some
Than mother love to one like her, toldi oe that instead of sending Administrator's. Sale.
and sleeping wherever I could of the low buds should be ,rubbed off,
my way
Trampled and wronged and wild. a check to a distant State, he should HEIRS OF DOMINGO ACOSTA,
To heal her breaking heart. God laid i find.shelter, until I came to your house have sent a draft on New York. He throwing the growth the upper bud. THE, deceased, and all persons interested,
br On it child.. two weeks ago. I made up my mind This upper or top bud should make a will take notice that on the 15th day of
observed Hiram P. Carter's endorse-
-Mary E. Bryan.A I'd tell you the whole story, so you'd growth of five to eight feet, and duringthe September, 1885. or as soon thereafter as the-
ment, and when Sam arrived ':he was same can be heard I, T. Acosta, administrator -
You've been winter should back
know all about be cut to four
ROMANCE FROM LIFE me. very received with arms, and he told of said estate::; of Domingo Acosta deceased -
kind and I didn't want to believea open feet from the ground. will
you his father the of his apply to the Judge; of the Circuit -
THE STRANGE HISTORY OF A TRAMP lie." story wanderingsand Subsequent pruning consists in an- Court for the Fourth Judicial Circuit,
how :Mr. Carter had befriendedhim.
? The with such candor that back the leader and the at chambers sitting, for a decree authorizing
AT HOWE'S CAVE. boy spoke nually cutting the sale by me;'as administrator, of the following -
although the story appeared. improbable It hard to tell which the longer branches, and removing the inside described lands and real estate, situated -
The following will appear incredible. Mr. Carterfelt that possibly there was was branches. This should be donein in the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida

to the reader, but every word is true might be some truth in it. It was a more pleased, Joe or the old man.at, such manner as to cause the head to belonging to said estate, known as the
the return of the The father claim of Domingo Acosta on the official sur-
,' and can be verified by living wit- good while before he spoke, for he i like'a child prodigal.when Sam told,him spread uniformly from the center stockor veys, situated in Townships 10 and 11,Southof
nesses: thought the story all over in his mind, wept leader. A LeConte tree should, at Range 27 East, ,beginning at a wateroakon
One cold blustering Saturday night and thinking that the other I of the warm supper and comfortablebed .five be about fifteen inches in the.right bank of Dunn's Creek, markedX
perhaps years,
:Mr. Carter had ,him that :(A), the southwest corner of the
given on : urV'Y.thence ;
t in January, 1882, when Hiram P. Car- was trying to fool him, he was very cold winter's .girth above the collar, fifteen to eigh- north 5 east along the west> line of
ter and family, who reside one mile careful what he said. But finally he night. teen feet high, eight or ten feet'across this survey'12.38 chains to a post at the in-
The faclHs that Sam had
ll east of Howe's Cave in Schoharie spoke saying: not exag- ,the branches at the widest part, and tersection with the line between Townships
up gerated ;his. father's wealth in the least, 10 and 11, South, of Range 27, East, 12.32
were about to retire they All right Sam be boy and of symmetrical cone-shape. There .
: :! county, ; a good for he thousand of chains east of the northwest and southwest
; =heard a loud rap at the front door. attend to business, and some day you .owns eighty acres should be a leader in the center, and corners of said Townships, whence which

, Hr. Carter,who is a huge,gruff spoken can go back.home, if you want to." land, is interested in' several manufac- the limbs begin at two feet from the post, a pine, bears south 60, west 39) links,
in Nebraska and ad- and a pine bears north 63, west 18 links.
r man, with a heart overflowing with the Tears glistened in the other's eyesas turing enterprises is President of Na- ground and diverge at intervals to the 51.50 chains to a swamp 71.50 to marsh of

r milk of human kindness, went and he answered : Thank you, sir," joining States, a top. If the longest limbs, includingthe St. John's river 75 chains to a post on the

r n opened the door, and saw, standing on A better or smarter boy Mr. Carter tional Bank: at Falls City, Nebraska, leader, are annually cut back, leaving bank of the St. John's river, the northwest
and is worth,several millions. of this thence south 85; east
F + .. his steps, a young man thinly clad and never had on his farm, but after a few of this romantic the leader somewhat :the longest, along corner the north survey line; of this survey 7.50
shivering with the. cold. The farmer days the farmer noticed that he became strangest part and the useless buds and limbs removed chains cross marsh to swamp, 17 chains to

told him to come in, and he did so. moody and silent, and preferred to be story remains to be told, and it consistsin the tree naturally assumes" the second hammock, 52.50 across hammock,
fact after Sam had 'estab- 60.40 chains at the intersection of line
the that a post
. Carter looked him over as he sat by alone. It was evident that somethingwas lished himself in his old home and in shape described above. At five to six between Sections 31 and 32, 23.50 chains

4 the stove, and asked, in his gruff way : I on.his mind, and one day :Mr. Car- years old the tree commences to form south of the corner to Sections 29, 30, 31 anti
Who are you ?" I ter said to him : the confidence of his father, he came fruit buds, and will require but little 32 ; from said post a pine bears north 70
I back with him his west 10 links and north
East and took a black-jack bears
The young man looked at him a mo- Sam,what are you thinking about? pruning thereafter. The weight of the 65 east 46 links distant: 90 chains to cypress::
: Carter's
bride Mr.
inent, and, as the tears came to his The question came so abruptly that charming daughter. fruit causes the branches to spread, swamp, 00.72 chains the point of intersectionwith
eyes, he replied : the other was startled for a moment, When he arrived at Mr. Carter'shouse and the tendency to grow tall measurably -: the west line of the claim of Clark &

t *' :My name is Sam Niles, and I'm a and then he answered : I was. think- the l latter thunderstruck was pleased to whenhe see ceases, although the rapid growthof Atkinson the northwest, 8.79 chains corner south thereof 5 120 west chains from,

* + tramp. Last night I slept in a barn, ing of home, sir." him, but he was the tree continues for several years. across swamp 200 chains to a post, the north

: and almost froze to death, and had to All,right,.Sam ; it's a good thingto learned'the..object of his visit. An average twelve-year-old tree is east corner of this survey at the edge of the
take the blankets off the horses to keep think about, and mebbe you'll see Sam explained all by saving: "We thirty inches circumference above swamp ; thence south 5 west, along the
eastern line of this out
loved each other all the time but I suruey 69 chains,
warm." the mistakes you've made, if 'you've collar, twenty feet high and twenty swamp 106.50 chains to hammock, 111.50
; +M *' Well, I suppose you are hungry," not seen 'em already." dared not tell you, for I was'only a feet wide. Neglected trees would not chains across the hammock to swamp, 125
tramp, and I didn't want you to. thinkI chains 29 links to post on the north bank of
said Carter. that We find them
; Oh, yes, I have, he replied, tear- so large age. Dunn's creek and the southeast corner of
% Yes, I'm hungry, replied! the boy, fully, "and whether I ever see home was trying to take advantage" of your profitable, and so we treat them gen- this survey from which a maple tree, marked

_.c but all I can ask of you is a place to again or not, I'm done forever with kindness and hospitality. erously.I ; X,(A) bears north 38 west 28 links distant,
Mr. Carter'exhibited to the writer a thence down stream with the meanders of
have heard that
.get warm. liquor. men they
' I letter in which she say the right, and north bank of Dunn's creekas
from his
In a little while Mrs. Carter prepared Mr. Carter saw that he was in earnest daughter, would not take one hundred dollars' a follows: north 51 west 12 chains;ihencc

M a warm supper, and the stranger ; and he could not but believe that stated that she lived in a magnificenthouse piece for their trees. And,the reason north 83 degrees west 40 chains, thence

' partook of it with a relish that was really the vow would be sacredly observed.A costing many thousand dollars, they gave was that the sales of the north 62 degrees west 15 chains thence
industrious north 30 west 14 chains, north 49! west 14
and husband
that her
was ,
1 astonishing. The young man re- few days after. this Sam came to fruit had averaged them 15 per cent. chains J thence north 18 west 12 chains,
sumed his seat at the stove, and Mr. him and said : temperate and happy. annually on that sum since they were thence south 68 west 23 chains 75 links the

| Carter said, in his off-hand way : To-morrow, Mr. Carter, I start for This last spring :Mr. Carter was nine years old. southwest corner of the claim of Clark &
, visitorin Atkinson, thence north 59 west 16 chains
N Young man, you're a stranger to home. I have thought it all over, andI agreeably surprised to receive a The cultivation consists in stirringthe south 81 west 25 chains, thence north 72
i .1 mezandyou say you're tramp. Now, can't wait another day." the person of Mr. S. B. soil near the trees during the grow- west 37 chains; thence north 69} 8 chains I ,
:, said he had,come expressly to see and thence north 54 west 10 chains 21 links to
jj| I ain t going to drive you out such a How'll you go home ? asked the ing season, breaking the crust after

i ',1 .night as this, but I'm: going to let you other in surprise. You've no clothes, interview his the man He who remained had been with so every rain, and allowing no weeds or a and post place at the of southwest beginning'corner; also of Lots this nine survey((9))

1W know I mean business 1)0 you see and no money, and you'll die before kind to' boy. grass 'near them. Any annual crop.. and eleven ((11)) in Block Xb. three ((3)),Old
that dog behind the stove? pointing you cover the first thousand miles." Mr.: Carter for several days, and left can be grown between the rows that Town, Fernandina, Florida; containing,

to a fierce-looking Scotch shepherd.. I'll try it, anyhow, and if I die in with him some of the currency of the requires frequent stirring of the soil. by lying this beyond survey the, 1952.68'Fourth acres.Judicial Said Circuit I land of
bank which is President. Before
*' He can chaw up his man. In my the attempt it will be with my face to- of he The LeConte throws out no surface Florida, within which letters of administration -

bed-room there is a six-shooter, and wards home.." leaving he made Mr. Carter promisethat roots until it commences fruiting; con- were granted, and within the hunts

t ; every chamber is loaded. If you makea :Mr. Carter reasoned with him, but he would come and make them sequently for the first four years all of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of FIon U.

wrong move, the pistol and the dog in vain ; he was homesick, and determined all a visit; stating that, after ;July 1st, fertilizers should be applied within a Sale to pay debts.'T.' A. ACOSTA,

roll fix ye. Ye can stay here tonight to make the start. Nothingmore he would be at liberty to'visit California radius of four feet of the tree. If the Administrator of the Estate t of

' u but, remember, yoti must behave was said to him until the next 'with him, and show him some important land be poor, a few applications of stable Domingo Acosta, dec.l 3UdA

IK. .yourself." morning,when Mr. Carter said to him : points of interests on the Pa- or lot manure, or woods earth, annually Fernandina, Fla., August 14. Ib8.3.

The other murmured his thanks, Sam, I'm.going to Cobleskill, and you cific slope.. Several days ago :Mr. Carter will be,found valuable. Wood REGULATION

and in littla while lie went'to bed. ride with there and from received passes from Howe's Cave, CULTIVATION OF
: a can me go on : ashes or kainit in the spring and stable FORBIDDING TilE
f i A few minutes after Mr. Carter had that point." via Falls City, Nebraska, to the,Golden manure in the fall will cause a surprising LANDS OR LOTS WITHIN THE LDf'
: started the kitchen fire the next "No thank sir I'll from Gate,. and. last week he started on his ITS OF THE CITY OF FERNANDA-
: morn- you, ; start. growth.: If, for any reason, the THE BOARDof
ing, the boy came down and,went out the cave," was the answer. journey.Here. soil near the tree cannot be stirred, a BE Health for the County of Nassau+ ,

in the wood-house, and returned with Just.before. :Mr. Carter started for ends this strange, romantic heavy mulching of any coarse material :Florida, That no person or persons shall be

''I an armful of. wood ; he filled the wood-: Cobleskill,,he called the young man to narrative in real life, and the lesson it makes a very satisfactory substitute. permitted or allowed to plant, turn up or

box, and then went and helped Mr. him and said : teaches is, that not only remarkableand Chip manure from the wood pile makesa within disturb the the soil corporate or surface limits of any of the lot or City lands of.

1 Carter feed the stock and do the choresat "Sam, when I get back you'll be almost:; impossible events may occur good mulching for trees in the lawnor Fernandina, for any purpose, or to plant or

the barn. It was intensely cold gone, and mebbe I'll never see you in this dull, prosaic life of ours, front yard. cultivate any such lot or lands after the firstof
and the wind howled the air and before I'm but that kindness, which costs but lit- May and before the tenth day of November
as was again; you go going to As said above, until the LeConte of any year; and any person or persons?
filled with clouds of snow. After give you this," handing him a roll of tle, may be productive of'far-reaching commences bearing it has 'few or no violating this regulation'shall be dealt with

breakfast the boy followed the farmerto bills.U Take this money, make gooduse beneficent results. Albany Argus.. lateral roots (unless it is a grafted tree, according to law: Prwlded, That this regulation -

the barn, and, in a trembling voice, of it, and God speed you on your Baby Carriages at Fred W. Hoyt. & Co's and then it is no good with us), and' cultivation is not to of be flowers construed or planting as forbiddingthe grasson

said: long journey." Furniture Store, Centre street. the manure should be applied withina premises occupied by the owner.

"Mr. Carter, it is so cold and At night, when he .returned from radius of about four feet from the Approved July. 29t 1833. ,

.Stormy, I wish you'd" let me stay with. Cobleskill, he was astonished to find our Special store for bargains the balance in every of the department season. of tree, so that it does not require large H. E.President DOTTERER pro tem.,

you.' ,till. .to-morrow.. that Sam was at his house. How's J. & T. KYDD. amount of fertilizer for a young orch- ,H. J. B.\K R.iSecretary.'

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- Tr 1eler'8 Guide. RULES AND REGULATIONS mediate or prompt action -is required shall I SEWING MACHINES, IT STANDS AT THE, HEAD!-,,,"

IN RELATION TO report to the President the Board, whose ..,v
it shall be in such case' '
duty every reportedto '
TRANSIT & FEMNSULAR RAILROAD. QUARANTINE.Adopted institute'proceedings for thejenforcement? I I, '' .,'

Day passenger Train leaves of the law in such case provided.SEC. .
., For. Manufacturers' Prices The -
Nassau .Sale at Light-Rnnning
the Board of Health
by for .
For Cedar Key and Wild wood,and ; 17. The Inspector shall personally : "
all points on Transit: Road...10.25 a., m. County, Fla., May 18, 1885. visit at the quarantine grounds"all vessels '-'ALS-. ,I -. ,"'
ForSavannah and all points North arriving at the harbor: as SO( n'l as possible 4 ,
and West: ,. a. m. i. SECTION 1. During the quarantine season, after such arrival and thereinspect the : ;';
of and
it shall be the of the conduct "' ,every description l'DornsTlcT\
duty pilots f'
(connecting at Callahan.) 'same, and if found in good Sanitary condition AT"'ACHU I NTti 'for any Sewing )Machine
t to the quarantine grounds all vessels arriving -
For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all in the harbor of Fernandina the and not otherwise; restricted to for sale. ..............-................-.....................................-..
points on the Florida Central &' except quarantine by the rules of this Board,- he
lines of coastwise steamers, and bring to
Western Railroad..10..5 a. m. shall give a certificate of ..impection''and ,
such ; '"J&J' Old Machines repaired at moderate
anchor at such quarantine grounds all
connecting at Baldwin.) health, which certificate shall fully identifythe
( prices. This cut shows the new style of wood work
vessels, there to remain for such time as the and her .
vessel good
certify to sanitary
Day Passenger Train arrives Port Physician shall designate, and the said condition. shall HENRY HOBEIN that the company is introducing.:
The certificate
From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and pilots shall immediately notify the Port sq given Corner Third and Ash Streets,
be demanded and taken the HarborMaster
all points on the Transit Road... 4.35 p.in. Physician, by flying the national ensign at up 8 Fernandina. Fla.
of,the Port from the master of
From Savannah and all points in the foremast-head, of the arrival of said and 'any
vessel receiving the same entering the
the North and West.,.. 4.35p.m. shall hand the
? vessels and the pilots
; ''
Pensacola. and harbor, and bv the Harbor Master delivered R. S. SCHUYLER
Tallahassee ,
of Said
From master or person having charge ves-
to'the President of the Board of Health
all points on the Florida Central sel, a copy of these rules and regulations.SEC. .
& Western Railroad................ 4.35p.m.Xiyht 2. All vessels quarantined under the and allowed no vessel to shall approach b'e assigned any wharf to any or berthor dock'in ARCI3ITE0T.DESIGNS _-

Passenger Train leaves provisions of these rules shall remain at said the harbor Fernandina, or receive or

For Wildwood. 0.00p.m. quarantine without communication' with discharge any cargo, without first obtainingsuch FOR BUILDING OF ALL
For Savannah and all points North '. the shore, or with any person .or persons:: : certificate. Provided, that this regula- ,-with Plans, Details, Specifications
and 5.30 p. m. whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsof ) tion with reference to certificate inspection and Superintendence.

(connecting at Callahan.) I I any description whatever, unless byspe- shall not apply to coastwise steamers _

Sight Passenger Train arrives cial permission of the' Port Physician ; and plying between Brunswick, Savannah,

From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and : no person or persons, or boats or vessels, Charleston, New York and Fernandina, tin r7 6' 1885

all points on the Transit Road... 8.50 a..m. shall visit or hold any communication with less specially ordered by the Boar .
From Savannah and all points in any quarantined vessel, unless by special Sec. 18. Jt shall be the duty of the Rose Leaf Fine Cut

the North and West................. $.50 a. m. authority from the Port Physician ; and if Quarantine Inspector to' order :all vessels m
From P n-1cola..1'al1ahassce, and any quarantined vessel shall hold communication into quarantine found upon inspectionto Navy t
all points on Florida Central & with any other quarantined vessel, be in a foul and unsanitary con- .

Western Railroad...................,. 8.50a.m. then such vessel shall be. quarantined fur, dition to be thoroughly pleansed and and Snuffs
fifteen days additional, in addition to all disinfected. And all vessels' arriving '
F RNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE. E. R.Traiii other fines or penalties imposed by these from ports south of 25 north latitude, and

lcares daily, except Sunday regulations.SEC. any vessel which may at any time within ? BEsT
Jacksonville. 7.00 a. m. 3., On and after the opening each sixty days next before her arrival have .entered '
For Jacksonville 3.30 p. m. year of the National Quarantine Station at, cleared from or taken on ballast or J
Train arrives daily except Sunday (Sapelo Sound), all vessels from infected or which IlUltt the time of arrival
From Jacksonville.....................11.18 a. m.. ports having sickness on board shall be directed cargo have on board 'ballast or taken on = TINSP Artistically Beautiful.

From Jacksonville....................... 7.10 p. m., by the pilot to, proceed to said Na- at any port or ports any south of cargo 25 north latitude -
Sltndrtlonl.l tional Quarantine Station. / EM Without a Peer.
: and vessel hailing from, having ,
From Jacksonville .....................10.20a. m. SEC. 4. Any vessel arriving at this port, touched at,any entered, or taken on ballast or TRYTp
From Jacksonville 8.40p.m. bearing the certificate of the National Quar- cargo, at, any infected or suspected port IX ITS ME.CIINICAL; CONSTRUCTION! :
For Jacksonville G.50 a. m. antine Officer must be brought to anchor at
within sixty days before arrival and -
; any
For Jacksonville 5.15 p. m. the quarantine station, and there remain vessel having sickness on board of any WILL FIT. IT HAS NO RIVAL!
until released the order of the Board of
MALLORY LINE. kind or having had my sickness or deathon TH F W ARE STYLISH. The new lines of attachment that are
For New York direct, by 'steamships Health. board within sixty days before arriving ; la I WILL now being placed with each "Domestic"
SEC. 5. All such vessels as are describedin PLEASEYOU,
State of Texas or City of and n'o vessel shall be released from quar-
No other machine has them
:Sun; Antonio,Thursday evening 7.00 p. m. Section 3, arriving during the closure of antine or allowed to proceed to her destination THE are These specialties.attachments and the wood-work

From New,York direct by City of said National Quarantine'' Station, shall an- until after full report is made by the MEN'S FINE SHOES make the "Domestic" more new than ever,without -
San Antonio and State of Texas, chor and remain at the ,Port Quarantine Inspector and Port Physician to the Boardof

every Friday.......................... 3.00 p. m.; Station under/ the personal superyision or Health, and then only on the authorized I : question. 1" ,/ I
direction of the Quarantine Officer. permit of the Board, signed by the Secre- ''HAND-MADE '
The of
ST. MARTS RIVER. Acknowledged Standard
SEC. 0. All vessels arriving at this 'port :'
thereof. g.
Steamer/ Martha leaves Centre street dock- had the tary \.
with sickness on board, or having GOODYEAR WELTS
For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday will at all seasons of SEC. 19. The Inspector ll interrogatethe 0-\ Excellence.FOR .

and Friday........................ 3.00p.m. same the during, no matter voyage from what port, either master of any and every vessel arriving, : MACHINE
For St. Marys and Dungeness, on American year or foreign anchor at the quaran- under oath, touching all matters upon whichit y SEWED
Wednesday and Saturday......... 2.00 p. m. tine station, and there remain until releasedby is the duty of the Inspector and .Port ,, ggq s t7 : -, 'SALEJBY--
For St. Mary's and King's Ferry, order of the Board of Health. Physician to be informed and if the masterof F: c f a
and ........... 8.00a.m. vessel shall refuse to : rON
Monday Thursday. SJ<:c. 7. Vessels from ports south of 25 any answer any ,,, Bog HENRY HOB'EIN
KttMincr Martha arrives north latitude will during the entire year, question or questions put to him by the In- TON M ,
From St. Marys and Crandall on be required to discharge and all ballastat spector Port Physician, or shall answer
Monday and Thursday............_ 7.00 a. m. the quarantine station.any evasively or untruthfully, or if the Inspectorshall FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

From St. Marys and Dungeness, SEC. 8. On and after May 1st and until have reason to suspect concealment,
on Wednesday and Saturday.... 9.00a.m. of each and if he may extend his examination to the crew; MADE BY
November 1st :year, longer
and and it shall be his in such HATHAWAY, SOULE & HARRINGTON. wanted in
From St.Mary's King's Ferry, the Board of Health so determine coastwise I duty cases to Agents unoccupied territory.
Tuesday and Friday.._............. 2.00 p.m. vessels must anchor at the quarantine order the vessel into quarantine, there to ALWAYS RELIABLE.These Address,
u __ abide the order of the Board. goods are made In all the Leading Stylesand <
station. Vessels from non-infected or non- Sold Everywhere by first.class dealers. We DOMESTIC.SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Extract From a Private Letter. suspected ports will not be detained longer SEC. 20. Every vessel shall be required, use ftrs lass stock and employ none but skilled
Regarding Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite than necessary for the quarantine officer to without exception, to discharge all ballastat 1 workmen.As we have had more and longer experience RICHMOND, VA.
in CJooilyenr Welts than other manufacturers -
Remedy' the writer, Prof. A. B. Chandler, satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary the ballast grounds on Tiger Island during of MEN'S FINE SHOES It Is any acknowledged by -.
Principal of the Academy, Brookhaven, condition. Vessels from ports south of 25 the season of quarantine. all that we take the lead. Ask your dealer for the Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc. a quart, at
Miss., : "I suffered from torpidity of north latitude will have to with SEC. 21. The Board of Health for said HATHAWAY. SOULE & HARRINGTON SHOE If
says comply you are looking fora good Article at,a medium price JACOB KLARER'S,
the l liver and bowels and paralysis. I used Section 7, be fumigated at least twice, and county shall, and will in every case sustain

the' Favorite Remedy' for two months, and detained at least fifteen days. the Inspector and Quarantine' Physician to .' .
am now able to use my side, which for two SEC. 9. The coastwise steamers shall. be the utmost, in all lawful acts and endeavorson "F
months, and am now able to use my side, allowed to come to their wharves and be his part to enforce the qfuarantine regulations ,# ";,-';,".. !r-i" ., ,
winch for a long time had been like a pieceof there inspected by the Port Physician, un- of this port, and the Inspector and ,,
dead flesh. My general health was never less otherwise ordered by him, but no per- Physician of the Port is authorized to send .:.}

letter than at present." son or freight or baggage shall be landed into quarantine vessel upon refusal to '\ .

nor persons allowed togo on board, until pay the fees prescribed by the port regulations -
permission be given by the Port Physician ; on demand for any purpose whatever, FAMILY GROCERIES !
$500 000 A YEAR. and if it be found by the Port Physicianthat there to remain until paid and the masteror

said steamers have any sickness or con person in command of any vessel, or any
tagious 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 -
STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN, ground.SEC. Physician acting within his authorityor '

NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES 10. From May 1st to ''November 1st any person obstructing the performanceof
AND CANADA EXPRESS COMPANIES of each year, no vessel from an infected or his duties, shall be dealt with according WHITNER & SCHUYLER
suspected latitude will be allowed to either to law.
TROY, N. Y. lighter or bring cargo of fruit up to the city. SEC. 22. The Inspector and Physicianshall
The strength of Rome lay not in her multitude SEC. 11.1 Pilots must in each case, before keep astrict account of all fees collected,
nor in her grain.laden fleets. These boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary and authorized to be collected pursuant to

were elements of strength, but 'her never- condition of vessels; in no case must they the regulations of the Board, and shall <, .
failing resource lay in the self-control l and render to the Board of
board if the vessel has sickness board, or a monthly statement Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store,
discipline) of Roman soldiers. Disciplineit has had same during voyage ; in such cases the same ; which reports, certificates, per- .
is the very soul 1 to all the wonderful mean they must either direct to Sapelo Quaran- mits, and statements shall all be filed among !
ing possessed by the word veteran." :Mr. tine Station, lead the vessel in, or have their the records of the Board by the Secretary
Benedict, of Troy, is a veteran in the express small boat hoisted alongside clear of the thereof. I

business. "Thirty-three years," he water, and in this way pilot the vessel in. Approved and adopted by the Board of iKTo. 47 OIESKFTIFLIEIA Srr11.BEiT:
said to your reporter, "I've stood at this SEC. 12. The Physician shall receive,from Health for Nassau County May 18, 1885. ,
desk. It is the discipline of, years of experience every vessel visited by him under: the pro- J. D. PALMER, President

which gives him the position he holds visions of this ordinance, a fee of five dollars II. J. BAKER, Secretary.
in the trust and esteem of these three great for foreign and three dollars for coast- ,

corporations. "We have a business of wise vessels, and for 'each certificate of New 'full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use: '
!00,000 a year, and I've been absent from health issued by him under the provisionsof Advertisements

this office hardly a month in all that time, these regulations he shall receive a fee of

although I must confess that many times two dollars, and for. each, and every vessel .
I've worked here when suffering great pain, fumigated he shall receive a fee of twenty
for I've been troubled all.my life with biliousness dollars for the first fumigation and for each

and dyspepsia. :My system had become and every subsequent fumigation a fee often li l fINE ERIE nm COFFEE;
so reduced and weak that I had no dollars and vessel board ij
any having on
appetite and digestion wholly disorder rpo travel and sell the trade the staple and cele J
my any sickness of an infectious or malignant JL brated Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes of the ,
ed. I've tried various remedies, but almost character, shall the Port Physician in NEW YORK&HAVANA CIGAR COMPANY. Liberal
t\\ovcars ago I happened to hit upon Dr.Kennedy's above arrangements. SALAHT or COMMISSION paid to the
addition to the fees the of
sum eight right man. For terms address at once. Mention this
FAVORITE REMEDY: After dollars per day for attendance,> and a paper.A YORK&IIA ANA CIGA a CO.,
using only: one bottle or so I began to feel reasonable :charge for medicines. In no 57 Broadway, New York. "

stronger in every way., The great difficulty case shall the Port Physician be entitled to i
Pure, Canned -Goods .
has been with my digestion; but this seems any other fees than those provided these FOUGIKNING. Spices, "
Ii) regulate it perfectly. I have, sir great 'ENGINES .
regulations.SEC. ; .
: ;
;. :
Dr. '
Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY I 13. Each and each :. '. > ; :
every person, or
)have Most economical and durable. in the .
bought and given great deal.of It to i
and vessel other craft who
every or or ,
the quality considered. SAW MILLS, CORN
poor around here; those you know, which shall be found guilty of any violation SHELLERS, CIDER MILLSCOTTON PLANT-
who have:: no money to buy medicine of any of these regulations, or their provisions ERS, AND STANDARD IMPLEMENTS GEN- r
kind, for there are a great many troubled shall, upon conviction be fined not more ERALLY. Send for catalogue. Imported Pickles and auces Dried Fruits -N ts

with. bilious diseases and suffer. on withoutaid. than $1,000or be imprisoned for not more A. A. FARQUHAR ,
I ,
always keep than two years, or both, at the discretion of
the house. I consider it the best medicine the court. Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, York,'Pa. ,

for the blood in the market. Well, I SEC. 14. In case of the absence or sicknessof

must attend to 'the matter for the western the Port Physician, he shall have author- College of Physicians! Surgeons

part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I ity to appoint a deputy, which deputy shall .. .
am coming down to Rondout to him in .
be practicing physician. CRACKERS AND CANDIES
August. I want.to know him." I left the .,. ... .
SEC. 15. The and of -
Inspector Physician This School offers to Medical Students .., '. <;; :
unsur- '
veteran, still at his post, rejoicing in health :, : >) .
lid said Port shall report at each regular meet passed Clinical and other advantages. Send fora = *.
grateful to Dr. Kennedy. ing of the Board, all vessels arriving at the Catalogue to Dr..THOMAS OPIE, Dean : *'-,i"t"''I 5:.w. : ;:'***!

harbor of Fernandina, destined for any portin _179 N. Howard Street. .. __ .oot=r-1, >:h &. c. .
MARX the county of Nassau; and report the L<'l'r <:j"4.
sanitary condition of every such vessel' UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. Toilet Soap and Perfumery, t i'. \4 I-
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OFLOWED The port or ports from which every such ?"if. .
.vessel cleared, or at which she, have : .
may '
touched within sixty days next before her DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING. Best' Brands Family Flour, i" : 'r .)

arrival; the character of lading ,of
Complete courses in Analytical Chemistry Geology .
vessel l, whether arriving in or ballast : t'
.A..NDFEATHERS cargo and Civil and Mining Engineering. For :' Choice Butter and Cheese :
and if in ballast the kind of ballast where ,
taken on and where discharged ; and further, Catalogue, apply (P.O. University of Virginia) to .r. ,: ".' '; : .! .
the mode method him in DR. JAMES F. HARRISON, Chairman. I A'' '
adopted ,
or by .' :' :; '

600 & 602 Broadway, New York; matterof cleansing or disinfecting any vessel ADVERTISERS! send for .our Select List of i' ''.:,.!/viJI..;t..rf!: t g_.,'l.'". -\.. Hams, Bacon, Lard, etcl.AJSTD .
requiring purification, or arriving froman P. Rowell & Co. '
Geo. ,
ol Bird f toe heEgrreetrkWhite Crfane Heron infected and quantity or suspected of material port, and used the or character employed -- 10 fcpruce Street dew apers.York. ;:; 1: r i; ,;/ { .: '(:

mmage, etc. Ship Direct to New York. for such purpose, and shall report all : :PA Y'. ,'j: i :" '> ... ::, <'.. ; '

Cau.usc only large quantities. Express charges sickness of any kind found on any vessel KTODICKEY'S .. f ,
__ prepaid on sample packages. S<> arriving, the character. of the disease, the ,.> ;:, '!; ..: }'o.CIG: :Rs "-. TOB-A-CCO-. .';" ;:
number sick etc. 1 ..,' : .- \ 1,
St. Xouis Beer i SEC. 16. The Inspector shall further report PAINLESS EYE WATER : ""i.;'.
ot. Louis beer of the celebrated brewery to the ,Board without delay any'and v----- s ,. /:' .''.(. 'f- : '. ... : I I. :
01 ANTHONY & KUHN at violation or infraction of of the AT ONCE. Cures inflamed and ;. . p.r
every any RELIEVES .. ', : > > .
F. C. LATHAM'S rules or regulations of said Board relating in a few hours. Gives NO FAIItf. ; .; j; .., .. ; .;: ) : : V : "*

Billiard and Sample ,Room. ., to quarantine; and in all cases where Jm1 Puce DICKEY,25 cents& ANDEESON.Prop'rs a bottle. Ask font., Bristol, Tenn. :j; F e'' 'Delivery. '.. .Fresh Supplies :"Wcclcly. *f .-'f: 'mar2S


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!Itl l THE FLORIDA 7Y irn oR. well, worthy' of thoughtful consider- gratitude and public honor to the cheap.Summer Clothing and, Hats J. &; T.closing KYDD.out. --

6 tion: t dead General.will not take this form.

i .. GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. "' Our,whole system of taxation is crude His book will be largely purchased, Great PAUL sacrifice FUNKE'S in Summer DRY GOODS Clothing EMPORIUM., at

and unequal., Real estate is so variously North and South because its avails,
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. Two Millionsof
valued:' by different' assessors that no uniformity i- Butter,.Lard,&c.. on ice at
his but
will .
go directly family ; *
FRED \V. HOYT & Go's
** is attained. It is my
comer Centre and First streets,second floor or justice
I if opinion that:the fairest way to assess wouldbe the ostentatious,tomb New York pro- Far Sal acres of Farming, Orange,
,BATES OF ADVERTISING.' on the basis of the rental'value. Take a poses to build will not awaken any: Timber and Grazing Lands
Two city lots, adjoining, each 100 feet
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for ,farm or store, or bouse, for instance, that response North, South, East or West., square: location desirable; neighborhoodselect. situated in 29 counties, and
each subsequent Insertion. does, or would, rent for $500 Annually; On one of the lots is a six-room cot-
Special local notices, 15 cents a line. multiply it by ten times its rent for assess Their sympathy will not. take that, tage, with kitchen; piazza on three sides; comprising the lands bought

Reading notices,25 cents a line. ment. On vacant lots, take the interest by direction. always cool in summer. Lots face on three by Sir Edward J. Reed from
Special rate for time advertisements upon appli streets; ground high'and'dry; no sand; best
cation at the office. :> ten as a value. On productive personal .BURNING THE WOODS ITS bricked well_of water in town ; half dozen, the State of Florida in 1881
1 property earning a revenue, l levy a definite sweet orange trees four years old; several offered ,
Communications upon all matters of local interest and limited tax of say one-half of one per FOLLY. sour trees bearing; peaches and grapes. two are now at graded

I "' solicited from all parts of the county and fromalong cent., and make all securities, mortgages, An old resident of Florida, Mr.\ years old.Enquire. of GEORGE F. LEWIS. I prices. These lands were se-

$j' the lines of Florida railways. notes (other than those held by banks) void Collins, of Milton\ makes, in the Office.Town Improvement Company. lected by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

All communications intended for publication : and 'non-collectable, unless given to the Times-Union an ingenious and'plausible -, ley, late Commissioner of
should he addressed to the Editor; all businessletters Notice to Owners of Dogs. the
I and carrying his certificate for tax-
simply to THE FLORIDA :MIRROR. assessor for the old of State Land Office
plea system
diminish Notice is to all of and Mr.
ation. This would, after the first year. hereby' given owners
the land tax one-half, and allow the' the woods. His plea is more plaus- dogs that the tax :'on dogs for the current M. A. Williams, late for
ffjj agent
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1885. year must be paid by the first of Septembernext.
L diminution of the_ personal tax to onequarter ible than real. He answers the very After that date' dogs without the sale of State lands, which fact

SOME: JUST METHOD OF TAXATION of one' per cent. This method uhl real and substantial objections to usual badge will fall under the penalty of is a guaranty of their
' NEEDED. avoid the driving of capital out of the State the city ordinance in such case made and high
the its firing the;woods, 'in,a settled countryby provided. C.,J. WESTBERG, quality. The purchase knownas
for prevent ; Tax Collector.
t There is no subject which has occupied hiding; and be better than'lowering the rate showing that there is not much Fernandina, Aug. 6,1885.City, the Reed Purchase was only

the mind of the financier and of interest, which is so easily eluded by a harm done in an unsettled country. opened.for sale this
The Atlantic Pavilion.
legislator more than to establish a discount. I
Florida is'now too far advanced in lands have not been
'Having obtained lease of the Atlantic culled
2 proper system of taxation. The old The people of Florida are, and will settlement, and its improvements Pavilion, on Amelia Beach, I ,beg to inform or picked over. No has

rule of absoluteism was simple always remain, agriculturists and have become too valuable to be al- my friends and make the public generally that I been reserved in part
propose to such improvements and manner
# any
I enough, as carried out to this day in fruit growers. They are interestedin lowed to run the risk of total destruction additions as to make the Pavilion a first- and the ,whole for ,
%. Egypt to take all except barely fair and equal taxation. If they class sea-side resort. Refreshments of all open sale.
for the supposed benefit, of
kinds will he in first-class style at Special prices on large
w ; enough to support life, and enable will consider the subject, and in- seven-dollar cows. He fairly'states reasonable'rates. I solicit the patronage of tracts.
Timber lands
the ALBERTGLAIBER. virgin forests in
j the fellah to have strength left to struct their Representatives, such a the objections, viz: Injury to the soil public. bodies of ,
acres and
.raise another crop. system can be adopted as will be approximately and destruction of the roots of the TilE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTII 50,000 up-
and Our located at SEWANEE, TENN., upon the wards. Lands sold for cash,
t Under our more enlightened sys- just equal. grass, destruction of valuable timber, Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet above the sea
the burdenon level. This school,under the special patronage : or on long time.
f throws all ,
tem taxation is the bur- .
necessary present system of fences
the destruction buildingsand of the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church,
' den to raise means to support the real estate, and that I in unequal orange groves. in residence the South and and the Southwest best advantages, offers the, both healthiest moral The Florida Land and Mortgage' Co.

system of laws which protects the: proportions; .- Let us discuss the subject To these, unquestionable; objections'he t ; its and Collegiate educational and in Theological,its/Grammar Departments.School and For in (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE I FLORIDA.; ,

rights of and property. We now when politics has been laid the'special claims of this University for patron
persons answers : 'First, that where the age, apply for documents to the Rev. TELFAIR
see it in its simplest form in munic- aside, and we can look at our general woods are, not annually burnt the HODGSON, Vice-Chancellor, Sewanee,Tenn.

ipal taxation, and being broughtnearer interests as citizens .and tax-payers. people become careless about:guard- New Advertisements
to us we can judge of the
themselves from fires second COTTAGE

amount of benefits we receive in The Grant monument evidentlydoes that the accumulation of dry vegetable GEO. W. SCHUYLER. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,

comparison with the amount of taxes not excite popular enthusiasm matter and rotten wood would,.

"' we pay. In the larger field of coun- shouldit if ,fire be destruc ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
or popular liberality. Why they should get on ,
R ty, State and National taxation, by ? The gratitude of the Northern tive; third and fourth, that the Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's office, Offers without pleasant board.rooms Table well Boarders furnished will,withor be

= whatever means imposed, we do not people towards their great general smoke and tar ,flavor of an annual FERNANDINA, FLA. accommodated; also transient.

see the results, except in a very general las'been, in times past, evinced on avery forest fire is so beneficial that, in 2 Miss LUCY 0., TIIOIIPSON.PostOffice .

way. Public expenditures are, liberal'scale. A handsome residence fact, Florida owes her healthfulnessto WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, Notice.

r no doubt, far more ,unproductive in Philadelphia, worth $50- it. "There's millions in 'it,"' he Office Hours-From 8:00 A.M. to 6.00 p. M.
than would \ MERCHANTAND \ Sunday hours, 10:30: A. )I. to 11:30 A.M.
private management COMMISSION
000, was given him ; the sum of says. Money Orders and Registered Letters from
i Hjj, render them. There are but few $250,000 was raised and invested for It is these potent reasons whichare 8:00 A. M.' to 100; P. M.; and from 2.00 P.:3t

114 public agents who 'realize what Mr.\ him, and both of these still belong given to answer the wastefulness, Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber, to.3:30: p. m.ARRIVAL.AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE :MAILS.

Cleveland has so 'well said, that to his 'family. His memoirs, it is the destructiveness,the folly of burn- BY THE CARGO, Transit &:Peninsular Railroad-
Arrives ........ P.)1.
public office is-a public trust daily except Sunday 4.45
: calculated, : will produce $400,000 for ing off the.fertilizing elements of our For Domestic Brings mails from the North,the
xl A close analysis would enable us his family. The people of the United soil, and the alarm and discomfort or Export Trade, Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -

to see in what proportion the cost of States are now called, upon to con- : occasioned by the constant menace FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Closes railroads.daily except Sunday...........10.00 A.:M.
government is imposed upon the different I Takes mails for the ;North, the
tribute one.million of dollars to reara of destruction to fences, houses and Gulf coast Transit and Peninsular -
3 classes of citizens, and in what costly monument to adorn one of goods. In point of fact, every old C. C. STRATTON & CO., roads.Leesburg .
k the train arrives daily.......... 8:40 A.:M.
i proportion public expenditures the parks of the city of New York.It resident knows that the soil is impoverished OF MACON, GEORGIA, Brings Western mail only.
f for the benefit of each class. We .
are cattle starved mois- Fernandma &Jacksonville llailroad-
is'not to be wondered at that thereis are
MADE THE MODE BRO'S, Arrives daily except Sunday. 4:15: A.M.:
I should find a large portion of the no popular response to such a de ture eliminated, and drouth made HAVE Fla., the author- Brings the Jacksonville and St.
public tax devoted to repressing and ized Agents to contract for the sale of their John's river mails. .
fatal wherever this destructive
mand. 'The countryhas, had its fill prac- Closes daily except Sunday.1030 A.J!.
punishing crime, which we suppose, of monument building, and it has tice prevails. There'is no malariain BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.. Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's

on an average, occupies nearly one- become an old story. The Lincoln a pine forest. The growth of the Parties wishing to purchase will get all in- 1 I I River Sunday and MailJacksonville Northern- mails.
half of the time of our courts. An- formation as regards prices from them. I and St.John's River,
monument was finished upon no trees, the grass, the shrubs, all are Samples of different qualities ,and stylescan arrives............:.......................10:25) A.M.
other very considerable portion is very grand or costly scale. The Gar- Nature's means to promote health be seen at the office of Northern mail arrives.................. 0:00: P.x.
for the MODE BRO'S, Jacksonville, St.John's River and
r9 occupied by private litigation
field monument fund has,long since aid wealth. The green sod is every- 26 Fernandina.W. the North, closes....................... G:00 A.M.:
Ik collection of money due and ,withheld ceased to and the monument. where appreciated as an indicationof Jacksonville and St. John's River _
; and for injuries to character grow, only, closes.............................. 4:00P.M.:
planned to adorn the city of Cleve- health and comfort. The blue- K. BAVKNIGHTt SAML.'T. RIDDELL. P. M.

and reputation. The smallest por- land,will have to be shorn of its proportions grass fields of Kentucky, covered AGENT,

tion will be found to have relation if it is ever built. Washington with the finest stock; the meadow WHOLESALE AND RETAIL :RA J'S3'IN: : ,
to the tenure and of real AND STOCK DEALER,
4 possession is filled'' with statues on foot lands of Virginia, the table pasturageof BUTCHER ANDDealer

estate, and its protection or interests. and on horseback of the generals of Western New York, have all, it is in Ice MANUFACTURER OF

. But when we come to see from whom the_ civil war. Every aspiring city admitted, converted those regions TENNESSEE_BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM Tin Sheet-Iron WareAND

!r : the tax is collected to pay these expenses in the land has its soldiers monu- into greater healthfulness. It will STREET WHARF, DEALER

,j we find that the criminal ments. The Hall of Statuary in the be a,happy day for Florida when its l-tf FERNANDINA, 'FLA. : IN

i litigant t Capitol is being filled up with statuesof pine lands can be covered with ver- Notice of Insolvency. PALOJOT R rrl B Ld C00 X S Tm 0

; .1 classes comparatively little on somebodies and nobodies, General dure and rich pasture, and the day : COUNTY COURT, Nassau County, ,

! personal property, and the owners of Alpheus Baker standing side by of seven-dollar cows and pine and IN Florida: Whereas Fred W. Hoyt, administrator _
of the estate of W. S. Rawson,
I real estate the great.' bulk of taxation. side ''with Washington and Greene.If tar smoke are replaced with valuable deceased, late of the county aforesaid, hav-

: The same proportion would be found it was proposed to establish some beef cattle and rich_ pasture lands. ing said filed county in the, office a written of the.suggestion County of Judgeof the i

!i to exist in'the character of the laws useful institution of learning, some Let the cheap'cow and tar smoke,be insolvency of said estate, notice is hereby
given to'all persons having claims 'or demands -
; I which it is deemed necessary to pass. industrial school for the sons of the relegated, as fast possible, to the unsettled of any nature whatever against said

s i Theowners of real estate require soldiers,of,the war, like the proposed portions of our State, and it estate, to file the same, duly authenticated,
in the office of the County Judge of said
1.' very little legislation for their ben- memorial school to Gordon, in Eng- will be better for us all. The lands county, on or before the 13th day of Octo
m. efit the criminal and classesa ber, A. D. 1885,at which time there will bea
I ; litigant land, no doubt some popular sym- of Nassau county would be three pro rata payment to creditors entitled

: i3 great deal. pathy would be excited;: but to pile times as valuable ten years hence if thereto, and the Administrator discharged.
Witness hand and seal as County y
j This truth has been recognized in up some stupendous pile which their natural fertility could be re- Judge of said my county, this 10th day of

some of our States where the former shall outdo the lofty shaft erected, tained, and the grass allowed .to die April, A. D. 1865. H. J., BAKER,

class is largely represented in the after fifty years of effort,to the mem- upon the ground fertilize it year County Judge. Patterns.
Of the Latest and Most Approved
11 1885. 6mo
Legislature, and consequently a fair ory of Washington, which, by the by year. The bark, decayed wood Fernandina, April ,

division of taxation is made between way, the countrymen of Washingtonwere and annual growth of weeds,all con- Notice. COOKHG UTENSILS OF ALL IUDS,

personal property.and real estate. unwilling to pay for, and so it tribute a fertilizing reserve given by Notice of is the hereby City Council given, that of Fernandina it is the intention -, LIFT AND ,FORCE PUMPS,

Our own system of taxation in was at last erected at'the expense of Nature,to restore and improve the to levy a special tax, after thirty days from
date, all taxable within the
I 1 this State is,very unsystematic and the public treasury,at'a cost of about soil. It is suicidal to impoverishour city limits upon, for the year 1885 property,for the purpose WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.

I jgj unequal ; nearly the whole burden half a million of dollars. Now it is soil for'"'the supposed benefit of 'of Water-works and fire protection ; the DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
amount of tax not to exceed 3 mills on the
of taxation falls upon real estate, proposed to raise twice that sum for an inferior grade or stock. If our State valuation of the property. The fund AND IRON ROOFS PUT' o1.
1 and this without reference to its the successful of civil obtained from this special tax is to be used TIN for Tin promptly fclic"Wind .
productiveness general a war farmers would make pastures; keep in the boring of an artesian well or wells on Gutters rnnnuir
Mills for water or
f ,, or condition ; the unsettled to perpetuate his fame. No monu- off fires and obtain good stock, they a point in the city, which. may be deemed light machinery promptly erected on order.

I ', and inaccessible lands are taxed ment will add greater luster than a could derive a large income from the most advisable.GEO.. E. WOLFF, City Clerk. Church.t g Factory and School Bells for saleTHE

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.; .. .. .; -' .THE -FLORIDAMIRROR.. .. ::., AUGUST'' 29, 1885... .. .

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:DRUGS and MEDICINES ;' -or.:..,.!Jl J.{t:'-',.<.,'-.'-.-"*-,';"..?".." ._. I// [{{II HEW GOODS I\\ m

,.': '..'. '. ,, SELLING OUTSf : ; : ..!t .!- p :. II .

; ; .to -AT-

:. .:'>f{:"., As nearly all my competitors are now selling their goods at inan'i -
ufacturers' prices, it is my intention to dispose of my entire stock PRICES.

of Spring and Summer GoodsREGARDLESS .' -A LARGE LINE OF-

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

FERXANDIXA., FLORIDA, : 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

KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort ; and Shoes., Millinery, etc. These goods are not to be sold m(
ION and DOMESTICDrug's ..... ,


Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, .,>'"" '" but are offered at lower figures than can be secured.at any auction I Laces Embroideries Hamburg EU5I1I5 .--In Colored and White; SPECIALBARGAINS
In these Goods.
:Proprietary mid Fancy Goods, sale. They are from.the best known manufacturing and importing

houses in the country, and are. worth double the price I.:am asking 4 A FINE LINE CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTH AND




Physicians Prescriptions to make room for the large shipments I am constantly
carefully compounded with pure Drugs,at receiving by New York Steamers. I would say to those who are in
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 ,

..,.'" ...... i over, sent FREIGHT PREPAID.
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oo-=- ..t.j i Northeastj corner Centre,and Third Sts.;
o" a>
..1 ... ...-. i SNEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. {} FERNANDINA; FLA.
::1)cD ::; e* 't1j 0
:s (J i and I feel sure they will be satisfied that I am selling better goods
: : for less money than ever before offered in Fernandina. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
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-::' ....0 ClJC"-Qtj-: diiiSUMMERflJGOODS CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1.080 TONS.

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COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,t: THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- t
.. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. 6
ALONZO B. NOYES, 1va This Line, having no Transfers between Fern ami ina'' and New '

JOHN'H. WADLEIGII. The traveling public are offered the 'advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
the above entitled cause, and process connections' at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
regularly issued therein and it appearing DRESS GOODS ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to .all points on the ST.
that the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleigh JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
i&udJohn H. 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 PENINSULAR,RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
of the United States. CONSISTING OF- LAKE WEIR.
It is therefore ordered that
Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and the said John H.
Wadleigh, do appear in the said. Circuit Silks Satins Grenadines Nnn's freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
5oart and demur, plead or answer the said Pongees Veiling R. W. SOUTHTVICK, Agent,
bill on or before the first Monday in December ,
next, A. D. 1885 otherwise the
statements H. MALLORY& CO.,
contained, averments will be taken and charges as confessed in said and bill a Buntings and White Goods of all Descriptions, Pier 20 East River, New York. 51-

daoree pro confesso entered therein in con. -.
formity to the rules regulating such SHIP CHANDLERY ETC.EL.
July 8th, 1885. ;:::!!Nrrf ,

Clerk Circuit JOHN Court..4.:. ,EDWARDSs Nassau Co.' ,Fla. (rf I AT :GREATLY REDUCED PRicES.i E. OTTERERI

FernandinaV.Fla.: Jnly 11,1885. 3m .
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and CHARLES A. NOYES, | SHADES, WALL PAPER etc. our stock is complete. +-
w. fin Ohancel'!}. *

ELLEN S, WADLEIGH, JOHN I Our SHOE STOCK will in assortment and with
compete, ,price, any
B. NOYES. J in the State. .

A 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' Cottonade
Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and John H. Wad cheapest ;.ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK.AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS

leigh reside beyond the limits of the State up' to as fine a line of Diagonals as is manufactured.
of Florida, to wit., in one of the United .
It is therefore ordered that the said defendants In ALPACAS, PONGEES and SEERSUCKERS S, we;are offering

the said Ellen E. S. Wadleigh and ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OFf
bargains to make room for Fall stock. ':Ji ;
John H. Wadleigb, do appear in the said our ; r :: ,

Circuit the said Court bill on and or before demur,the plead first or Monday answer i're'' Orders by mail promptly attended to. :*- -fFINE f TEAS AND COFFEES f I f-'

In December next, A. D. 1885 otherwise the ,. .c- '
statements, averments and charges in said -_:-t'm- +-
tall contained will be taken as confessed, ,MODE
and a decree pro confesso entered therein in :: BRO'S" .: THE BEST GOODS OF THIS .DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.

conformity to the rules regulating such :...\ '.',: '. : .
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1 DIRECTORY. Vf., W. Tumblin Starke. Collector of Revenue' -=Thos. P. Shnler.
GENERAL Sheriff ,
4 41 T.H.Jackson.
f I Collectorof Revenue-Bunberry 'Haynes, Superintendent Schools- WHOLESALE RETAIL.
+ x I United States Officers. SantaFe.V ;" :MADISON COUNTY.

i Superintendent of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, M. Witherspoon, Madi _
I i LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. County Judge-R. = = z_ = :_
Starke. ,
L. A., Barnes Gainesville. ;
1 j .Register- ,
Receiver John F. Rollins Gainesville. BEEVAKD COUXTY. son.Sheriff. A. Parrimore, Madison. I S S1 u i-, H1!
i Sr ginr : ==3iT S|: Si= i;; ax a-r
4 ::1 SurveyorGeneralDISTRICT- County Judge-James. A. McCrory, City Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison ESS -" KfsH
1 l' Point. Superintendent of Schools- Samuel J. Perry, BgcJ> "
I SSS fcS Sg >iV w- -> -r -
t COURT. s y jy :?
Clerk-AA.. Stewart, Titusville. Madison. *
I' Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff John II. Laws, City Point. County Treasurer-S.'S. Smith, Madison.;
j i-i 'Jfarshal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville..Clerk Collector.of Revenue-D.W. McQuaig, Bre- Collector of Re1.'eiueB.. D. Wadsworth,'
Walter Jacksonville.
-Philip ,
j .,. vard County. Madison. v
INTERNAL REVENUE.: Superintendent of Sclwok-M. E, English, MANATEE COUNTY.
Collector S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. Titusville.
County Judge- .'T.;Crawford, Manatee.
'COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. CALIIOUN. CLerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.
f John W. Howell, Fernandina. County'Judge-William Clark- : Sheri$-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. .
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.F. ; Clerk-James S. Fannin. Collector of r..evenue-farion G. Carlton,
E. Witsell, St. Augustine. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Popash. S-

Tj'easurer-J. P. Richards. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, a ES rr
State Officer- Collector of Re1enue-Joel P. Atkins, Pine Level.
t Superintendent of Schools-W G. Coxwell.CLAY MARION COUNTY. : :

i EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. COUNTS. County Judge-SamueIF. Marshall, Ocala. :
": Clerk=Robert Bullock, Ocala.
Governor-Edward A..Perry, Tallahassee.
LUlltenant- Governor-Milton II. Mabry, County, Judge-J. .T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. jq'i --I
*T Leesburg. Park. : 'Collccor of Rel.'e7Ule'v. F. Trantham, -
0 Secretary of State-John I... Crawford, Tal- Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Ocala. :
lahassee. Slicriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools, -M. L. Paine,

atJmptroUer'V.. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Springs.Collector. Fort McCoy. "
7reasurcrE.. S. Crill. of Revenue-A. S Chalker. MONROE COUNTY.'

I is Attorney-General ;M. Cooper, Tallhaas- Superintendent of Sc/wol.-R. W. Davis, County Judge--Chas. S. Baron, Key West.

l see. Middleburg. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. I _
.' Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. '
Superintendent of Public Inltrttctirm-A. J. County Judge-W. 31. Ives, Jr.,Lake City. Collector of Jel.'enttelason S. Moreno;

r Russell, Jacksonville. ,Clerk-John Vinzaiit Jr., Lake. City. Key West. .
1d Alljutant-Gencral-Davi Lang. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake Cit). .. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris ey A. Do NOYE
SUPREME COURT. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake Cit West. 9

r 0.:1ic11'horter.Associate Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer. ,. NASSAU co UNTY.CountyJuclgeHinton .
Chief Ju.stice-Geo. DEALER IN
Lake City. J. Baker, Fernan- ,
Justice-George P. Raney Talla-
PAIE. dina.
hassee.Associate Justice-R.. B. Van Valkeuburgh. ; County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Cl.erk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES,
Jacksonville. Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina.

t Clerk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Blterijf'Vm.T"cMurer-J.( .Wm.,M. Mattaur.:E\van. nandina.Assessor of Tares-Wm. II. Garland, Fer- Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,

a CIRCUIT JUDGES. Collector of Retenue-'Vlll. H. Benest. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer-
' First Circuit,-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- nandina. FURNITURE STOVES, PAINTS
j : DUVAL COUNTY.County .
sacola. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
4 Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- Judge-William A. 'McLeanJack- botham, Callahan. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE
see. sonville. : County -Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan-
I Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Clerk-Thomas E. Biickman,Jacksonville. dina. .
Fourth Circuit-James )f. Baker, Jackson- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ORANGE COUNTY.
Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack-' Prices Low as tlie Lowest.
vill e. Assessor of J..L. Orlando. ,
County Judge- Bryan,
t Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- sonville. '
Glerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando.
I RC1enue-l\Ioses J. N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fcruamliiia Fla.
ville. Collector of Brown, Collector of RC1enue-F. T. Hardman,.Or':. ,
Sixth Circuit-;!!. L. :Mitchell; Tampa./ Jacksonville. t /, / lando. .... f -, I
Seventh Circuit-E. K..Foster, Sanford. sell Superintendent Jacksonville.of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Superintendent of ScJiools-John T. Becks; "f I' ," t i. I I ', i

Fort Reid.
C urt Calendar ESCAMBIA. Sm1'eyor--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. '

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Sheriff W. H. Ilutchinson. County Judge-J.-A. Fortner.
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. S :p FI. I Gr C> JE] J: 1'cT c:1r

Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palmes. Sheriff W.M. Bowen. --AT-
October. Superintendent of Schools-N. M: Scarritt. Treasurer-F. F. Beville.

Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin FRANKLIN. Collector'of Retenue-J. D. Filles. '
W. J. L i 1IAN S.I
October. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Superintendent of Schools-P. McCrarv.. .
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. A. Atkins. PUTNAM COUNTY.

October. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Judge of pJ'obate-B.'Harrison, Palatka.
} Escambia, Monday in December. Treasurer-R. II. Porter.
This act amended section 2 of act of February Collector of Re1.enne-Geor A. Patton. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. ,

;' 10 Term., 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. CORNER OF SJXTE: AND ASa: STREETS: :

Spring GADSDEN. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
i.**?'* 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.Madison. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
2d Monday in April. Treasurer-A. M. Smith. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. ,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Ret'enue-R. M. Morgan. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. ,

i Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner.
a in April. HAMILTON COUNTY. Perry.County. ,
Columbia, Monday after 4th. Mondayin Treasurer"-" D.'S.. Button,Perry.
April.Lafayette. Clerk County-J.Judge-Henry M. Caldwell, J.Jasper.Stewart, Jasper. County !/ -D. N. Cox, Perry: COMPRISING FULL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACINGALL

ft 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of.Revenue-J.B. Hardee, Perry. THE

| April. Collector Revenue W. SANTA ROSA.
of H. H. McLeod.
J$' Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-John Chain. NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIESFOR
1st after 1st in
Taylor, Tuesday Monday of Schools J. W. Reed, Clerk-R. R. Shepard. .
October. Jasper. Treasurer=-Robert.Robinson. THE SPRPNG AND SU3I3IER TRADE.
Madison 2d in October.
Monday HEENANDO COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-W. J. Williams.
4 Hamilton 4th in October.
Suwannee,, 1st Monday Monday after 4th Monday County .Judge-G. V. Ramsey,Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. f-MY PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUR VALUED .


Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. County- Judge-N. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
W. J. I.OIIMAX Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.
, October. CQ/lectorof Revenue-Jno.E. King, Lecanto. tine. -

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
i in October. xille. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine
i FOURTH CIRCUIT Superintendent of Sc/wol-'V. ,C. Zimmerman Collector of Re1.'enue-Joseph F. Llambias,

\ Spring Term- Floral City. St. Augustine., -
St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. IIILLSBOROUGII COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Peter Arnau, ,',

: Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St., Augustine. TEE CELEBRATED
tV Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

r Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Sheriff-J. P. Martin, Tampa. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,
t Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-' J. Martin., Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. vVOOT N DESKS.

a Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. HOLMES.: Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
. Fall Term-> Collector 'Revenue= Hutchinson
of Joseph ,
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. County Judge-A. H. Brownell. Sumterville. SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
' Clerk-T:. H. Pitman.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-
i Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. ston Sumterville. "i.SUWANEE.i i-
4 Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.. "
e Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. COUNTY. '

'+ Duval 1st Tuesday in November. Superintendent! of Schools-Whitnell Curry. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn,. Live EVERYBODY DELIGHTED-

Term A. Reid, Live Oak.
,; Spring County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
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 RC1.'enue-'Wilson II. Sessions,

i ;t Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in T.easurer-James E. Heam. 'Vel born. ,
4 11. March. Collector of Rel.'enue-John B. Anderson. Superintendent,: 'Schools-J.'O. C. Jones No. 8 Flat Top.
! Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. Live Oak:; ; ; "x. > : Why use Desks of ordinary

I March. VOLUSIA COUNTY. construction when, for slight
JEFFERSON. County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday
additional Lave
4 in April. County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. 1 a cost you can
Fall Term-, Sheriff T. B.Simkins, Monticello." Clerk-John W..Dickins, 'E terpris the benefit of our improvements -

KSf Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. 'Cl rk-'V'-. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. ,: ; .F_ ? Awkward closets and
Marion, 3d Tuesday in October.. Superintendent ,of Schools W. R. Taylor, .Collector of Re1.'enue-P. N; Bryan, Glen .,- side drawers done away with
Putnam. 2d Tuesday in November., Monticello. Cove.
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November.- County Treasurer-W.M.-, Girardeau, :Mon- Superintendent of.'Schools-L.- D., Huston- ; We substitute revolving cases
ticello. .- ; which swing with a Jjght
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Enterprise. : -
in November. Collector of Rt'Vc1lue..J. H. Tucker. ,.Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. JII touch of the hand and are

8K.YEXTH CIRCUIT, ticello. County'Judge-."A..Giles, Crawfordville. ''9' thus enabled to furnish double
| Spring Term- LAFAYETTE COUNTY., Charles Crawfordville.
g Sheriff Alligood '
s. I the on
Orange, 4th Monday in January. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. : --. -=: --- space generally given
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, ; each side; and when cases are

Brevard, 1st Monday in March.. C7er Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Crawfordville. -- _. .- --- open, the whole interior is
,Dade 3d Monday in April. < Superintendent Sclwols-J.C RamseyNewTroy. Walker -== -= = < =
i County Treasurer- W. Craw : : -_: flooded with light and all
Jail Term- ... . fordville.
Ij 1! Orange, 2d Monday in August. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Collector of Revenue-R.C.McMillan,Craw- No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached without -
p Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Troy. fordville. change of position. A variety of rotary:case? arejoffered for selection, and applied t

$1. Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, WALTON. the Desk as wanted., We apply this'principle: toa, great variety of desks.
Dade, 2d Monday in November. Old Town. .County Judge-"Daniel McLeod, Sr. "
Assessor of Taxes-David R: Townsend, Clffk-D. G. McLeod.
! County Officers. New Troy. V'.*.- Sheri, --J. W. Campbell., TaE:: "WOOTOIEr
LEON COUNTY. ', f \: Treasurer-James S. Bowers. ,
AL. cnUA. County Judge'V m. P. Byrd,'Tallahassee; 'Collector of Ret.'cntl'V. B.McLeod. '
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Cabinet Office Secretary-

t ville. Clerk C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee., WASHINGTON. ,
Cl.crk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, .,
I County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. '
Sheriff S. Tucker, Arredondo. Tallahassee. -; l i-- _- _E

M ville.Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Trca.surer-J. Demilly Tallahassee.. ..- Sheriff Clerk-J.E.E.P.Skipper.Melvin ;G i& J Themost spacious and elegant[desk en pre'

Superintendent of Schools W. N.'Sheats,. hassee.Collector of RC1mue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-. Treasurer Thomas J:;Miller. ,w'' 3 7 S sented to the business public. One hundred andS

Gainesville. Collector of Retenue-John Roche. ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
BAKER Superintendent of&l.oo.ls-D. H. Horn. "' J Merchants
1 1' onejlock and'key. Especially{adapted
-J. M. Barco, Drons<>n.. I
r County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. ; ? Manufacturers Bankers Railroad Officials
Sheriff J. S. Parker; Bronson. > :' ,
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector RC1enue-D.. Dissolution of Copartnership.
of Bar.o, Cedar S1 O and Professional Men generally.Wootou :.
j Slicriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Key. r r=--
I Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- Superintendent of Schools-J. B. .Menden- THE partnership heretofore existing be-
t derson. hall,.Bronson. : the late Charles Angel his heirs
I Superintendent of ScJiools-Jas..D. Chalker, and Emil O. Friend, under the firm name
+ Sanderson. LIBERTY. of Angel fc Friend, has been dissolved,by Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
Cwnty; Judge M. J.Solomons. -. ; ; mutual consent. The undersigned will con'
COUNTY Clerk-W. W. Jeter., *.* >* ; tinue the business WOOTON DESK MANUFACTTJBING.
collect all bills and
J. R. Richard Providence. pay
County Judge- .
Sheriff R. F. Hosford. .- ;all debts. EMIL O. FRIEND. J : "

Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake" Butler. Treasurer--J.,Roberts., :; J .. ," ,,'( J Fernandina, Fla., May 1st, 1885. RICHMOND, IND., IT. S.- A.'r ,:
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; : :: I RAILROADS. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Connections and Nashville at Montgomery Railroad with for Louisville New-
: CARD CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Orleans and Texas points and the West and

',. WESTWARD. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and
FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION. COHPASY. .No. 1. No 3. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
,Day Pass. Night Pass. way for all points North, with steamships
<. >, In Effect June 16, 1885. Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30am 3.55pm for New York, Boston and Baltimore. At
';,,'ii.A'"L...;\1(' P," Arrive Baldwin ............, 8.11 a In 4.39 p m ,Charleston with steamships for New York.
,r.R, .,.. _. ."I"" : ;'). : TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Leave Baldwin........... 8.16am 4.43pin Philadelphia Baltimore

.t.Yt ",..;.' : (FERNANDINA. Tg.CXDARKxy.) Lake City.......... 9.47 am 6.40 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
"<", -t\..., ';, LiveOak10.31 a 7.43 and Steamship connections, and Baggage
(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) m p m
Madison ...........11.57 a m 9.15 pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
GOING SOUTH. Monticello........12.40 p m and sections secured at Company's office in
;FLORIDAn= Day Pas. NtPas. Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.27 p m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street and at Depot -
A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee......._ 2.32pm 12.00 n't ,Ticket Office and on board People's
Leave Fernandina................10.25 5.45 Quincy ......?...... 3.34:: p m 1.22 am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEK'
Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.50 6.25 Arrive Chatta. River..... 4.50 p m and JENNIE LANE
Co. Arrive Callahan....................11.42 7.25 JAS. L. TAYLOR.
; ,Leave Callahan.....................11.52 7.45 EASTWARD.No. General Passenger Agent.R. .
2. No.4.DayPass..Night .
p. M. G. FLEMING, Superintendent.
Leave Dutton.................. ....12.22 8.25 Pass.LeaveChatt'chee .
r, River.10.45 a m
j. Brandy Branch.12.38 8.43
_........... Florida Southern Co.
Arrive .. ....... Quincy 12.20 p m 2.07 amArrive'Tallahass Railway
Baldwin.... ......12.55 9.10
Leave Baldwin....................... 1.00 9.50 e........ 1.27pm 3.36pm
Leave Maxville.................... 1.32 10.18 Leave" Tallahassee ........ 1.34 p m 3.48 p m ORAXGE BELT ROUTE.GOING .
Monticello. .......
Leave Highland..................... 1.50 '10.36 ", ? 2.30pm
Madison ............
Leave Lawtey......................? 2.04 10.55 4.15pm 6.36pm SOUTH.
Live Oak............ 5.39 8.33
BooK ,on Leave Temple's..................... 2.20 11.17 ", p m a m Mail. Gainesv'le
Lake .......... 9.47 Leave Jacksonville
Leave Starke......................... 2.42 11.27 City 6.33pm am Express.
Arrive Baldwin........... 11.26am via J.T.& K.W.
from Leave Thurston.-........ 2.54 11.43 8.01pm R'y.12.48 p m ........_
Leave ;Baldwin;........... 8.08pm 11.31am Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00 a m

Cedar Arrive Waldo.................1-......;. 3.14 12.11 A.M. Arrive Jacksonville..... 8.50p m 12.16 pm Leave J, T & K W J'n.. 2.50 pm.........

Leave Waldo........................ 3.25 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will Arrive" Interlachen::?... 3.36 p m 7.25 a m
: No Leave Gainesville.................. 4.10 ...... 'not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but Wait's Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m
'. ..:: ,i': ": .....t"H ",, ,..:.;. ,,,' .! ',',', :,,:;.' ,. 'Leave Arredondo................... 4.33 ...... will run Mondays. '. Gruelle ........... 4.40 p m 9.20am
"' ''" '\. 'fl't.t', ...,!:'< ,.',q'. ''" ,, :""> I ',,< Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.46 ...... ST. MARK'S BRANCH. ,Gainesville.. ..... 5.35pm 11.05 a ra
:" )[ ...... .........
'.. Leave Archer........................ 5.06 ...... lcanopy. 4.30 p m
Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00am Lochbie ......... 5.15 10.12
'tvVHAVING: and Leave Bronson..........._......... 5.39 ...... ArriveWakulla............................. 9.05 am Reddick ........ 5.27 p m 10.25 a ra
Leave Otter Creek........;........ 6.23 ...... Arrive St. Mark's.......................... 9.30am ,Ocala...?......... 6.05 p m 11.05 a m
Leave Rosewood ................... 7.03 ...... Leave St. Mark's..........................10.00 a. m Welshton ...... 6.31 p m 11.32 a m
ESTABLISHED ; Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.3.5 ...... Arrive Waknlla.................... .........10.25am N. Lake Weir. 6.55pm p m '11.57 a a m ni

in connection of GOING NORTH. Arrive Tallahassee.......................11.30 a m S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 p m 12.03 p m

,Day Pas. Nt Pas. Conant........... 7.10pm 12.13 p m
Printing Office, we are the A.M. ...... CONNECTIONS.At Lady Lake..... 7.13 p m 12.17 p'm

ixn> MANUFACTURE Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.30 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Leesburg....... 7.35 p m ,12.40 p m
Red Leave Rosewood.................... 8.05 ...... all points North and East; with the Fernan- GOING NORTH.
Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
Leave Leesburg.......... 7.30 1.40
.4 : -/.;, ; .:'" ', Leave Bronson........... ..........; 9.15 ...... dina ; and with Steamers for all points on Arrive Lady Lake...... 7.52am a m p m
.: ;, '.. '. _..4'.,!':;,';t :" ; ., ; better Leave Archer ............:........... 9.46 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. 2.02pm.
Conant............ 7.55a 2.06
t '. ., .", :, i ,. Leave'Palmer...................:...10.03 ...... At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- m p m
.. ,. S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15
.,' '.' 'h '.A" .t :. ', no Leave Arredondo:.................10.18 '...... insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- N. L1.keVeir..... 8.10 2.22 pm
Gainesville..... ...........10.24 ...... a m p m
.. .:A'LL : nandina Cedar Key,and all Gulf Ports. Welshton........ 8.3-lain 2.48
sat- Arrive Waldo...... .. ....'.:......11.28 ...... p m
I At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida h 9.00'a
-.;>: ';:, .' Ocala............... m 3.17 p raReddick.
-" A. !!. &Western Railroad '........... 9.38 am 3,57
coloni- Leave Waldo...........:.,....,.:..<.....11.53 2.20 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Lochbie.........? 9.50 a m 4.09 p p m

P. M. Railroad on 'Tuesdays Thursdays:and Sat- 'Micanopy........ ......... 7.50pm
'-OFtJBlANK Leave Thurston............,......12.15 2.50 urdays.At "
; Gruelle ..........10.20 a m 4.40 m
Leave Starke.......................12.48 3.10 Chattahoochee 'River, with the Pensa- Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15 p m
terms Leave Temple's ....................12.53 3.18 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Wait's Cross 8..11.50 a m 5.40 p m
Leave Lawtey........................12.58 3.42 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, Interlachen ....11.30 a m 6.42 p m
Leave Highland..................... 1.15 4.05 Louisville, and all points West,'Southwest, JT&KWJ'n.12.15pm ...p......
BOOK Leave Maxville..................... 1.33 4.35 and Northwest, and with all boats for Apa- Palatka..13.30 m 8.00 m
Arrive Baldwin ......... ............ '1.53, 5.05 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. *' Jacksonville, v.JT&KWRy. p p

Leave BaldwIn........."........... 1.57 5.40 The Shortest,'Quickest and Best Route, to 2.lOpm ........_
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.15 6.00 all points West. On Sundays a fast train will be
FLA. ................. 2.30 6.15 passenger
Leave Dutton.. ... For information respecting ''routes, rates, run, leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m., connecting -
";"c,. ..,' ., Arrive Callahan.................... 3.00 6.50 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- with train for Leesburg at Gruelle.
"'v, "l f'-I,..'.:,:f*,-:.,""..- ,'".r....::."..?roii-,- ',,- >J. : Leave.Callahan...................?. 3.10 7.20 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Leaving Gainesville at 4.00 p. m. connect-
\ Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.00 8.16 sonville.
'. "' ing with train from Leesburg at Gruelle,
,,.'.. ..'':i',, i"," Arrive Fernandina................. 4.25 8.50 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths and arriving at Palatka at 6.30 p. m.
: %&* Day Passenger daily except Sunday; secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, O. W. BROMWELL,
RAILROADS:,.: Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAIt. and at new office southwest corner of Bay General Pass.Agent.
.,:I :J'i\ and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. SHERMAN CONANT,
;; General
; : Manager.
-:: .. I1 DIVISION. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent,
'?\1'',. : : WALDO WILDWOOD AND TAVARES.) Fernandina Fla.C. .
,.',:.. .,.,1;. .' .,,,:':>",.',..... .;;,;,t' <.OjJ--.,'". !". .__,,_.',.; GOING. OUTH. W.. MAXWELL,
-r" : -
; : Master of
-. Day Pas. Nt Pas. Transportation, 4rnES fflLER S
P.1\1. A.){. Jacksonville, Fla. ,
;:MERCa: &NTS, Leave'Waldo....................:.... 3.20 12.25 D. E. MAXWELL; 13 -KEW AND SECCHD HAND.
: ; : : Leave Dixie....................::...... 3.39 '12.54 General Superintendent,
, Leave Hawthorne...........;. ..... 3.54 1.20 Fernandina ,Fla. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES
:-; "!;. .., : Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.12 1.42 Comb lied Orange Box and Shingle Machine
.r :,.;.',,:.,. .' BANKS, ,lWSt"r Leave Citra............................ 4.34 2.06 Savannah,Florida &Western R'y. Eagle Gins, Saw Mills, Planers, Renown Ao
"0 .:. Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.48 2.24 Ask for Catalogue and Prices before T>nyln r.RAHDLE .

Leave Anthony Place............ 5.02 2.42 WAYCROSS SIIORT LINE. & DUGAN &1Arn '? CO.
: ,': ,;\\: ;/.,t.;;;--; "> '. ; Leave Silver Spring...;........... 5.31 .......
;. Leave Ocala........................... 5.56 3.34 All trains of this road are run by Central 65, 67, 69, ELI!) ST., CINCINNATI, (0.
) Leave Lake Weir Station....:... 6.36 4.27 ((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.
Leave Wildwood................... 7.08 5.14
Leave Leesburg...................... 7.38 5.59 and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885, $5 ELECTRIC LIGHTll///
Arrive Tavares............_......... 8.10 6.47 I ON Passenger Trains will leave and arriveas .

.. GOING NORTH. follows: 0receIpt of $o- we i=-Efi'-.. :,- %_
A.). P.M. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. will send you an Elec- gg \ __

MViO I MAZNE! NBW 1 P Key. Leave Tavares.................*,...... 7.15 7.30 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 a m tric Lamp. Burglar ::::: ;:::::
Leave Leesbtlr ..............,.,..... 7.44 8.25 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Alarms $1. Call Bells "_::. "
Leave Wildwood.... ........;..... 9.25 8.46 Arrive at Callaahn-dail.at............ 8:08 a In I $1. :ElectrIcGas Lighter % ,-,. f
"'..? .' Leave Oxford..................'....... 9.43 9.07 I Arrive at Waycross daily at.1000 a m Telegraph Instru -
!" ,..'" \, Leave Lake Weir Station10.03: 10.20 i Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p mI I ments Medical Batte- -
: JJf1f..tf--:;; :' .'' -.ASID4 a large Leave Ocala......;..................10.23 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......_ 3:30 p m ries, &c."In .
.' '";,," .' Leave Silver Spring................ 9.40 ....... Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at..: 3:50 p m regard to your new Electric Light
-..;t'lt.'I'' -; ,' irable Leave Anthony Place.............10.08 11.55 Arrive at Pensacola daily at.;.......10:05 p m we think you wilt be exceedingly successfulin
,t "; A.M. Arrive at :Mobile daily at.............. 2:40 a m securing its universal adoption.
,11'ERIO : or for Leave Sparr's.......................10.20 12.13 Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a m Yery truly yours, MINER & REDFIELD
Leave Citra........?.................10.3 12.35 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- 737 Broadway, N. Y."
Leave Lochloosa..10.50 12.57 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests

Leave Hawthorne.................11.10 1.20 cola Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, all trans- of your new Electric Light. I believe you
Leave Dixie.........................11.25 1.38 Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick will find no difficulty in bringing it into
BOUND in ALL Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.47 2.05 take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia i general use. Eastern Man. "Northwestern -
; fI.dJ'"" Day Passenger daily except Sunday; B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m. Lumberman." HENRY BINGIIAM.
," ,';\' : to Night Passenger daily. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this I "We take pleasure in stating that the tests
train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile : we made of your Electric Light proved per-
i..' ,-J':. indus- You will have a large
.. fectly satisfactory.
: ;;''1t',' td 1. ...D ATREASONABLE- F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. and New Orleans.
and sale. Yours truly
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville ready ,
prop- (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) to Cincinnati via Jesup. RICHARDS & Co,,
GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville 21 and 26 Fourth Avenue. N.Y."
A.M. P. M. to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST The above testimonials explain them-
Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 :35S3.30 1
their Leave Hart's Road................ 7.26 33J4.02 MAIL. selves.WE WANT .\' NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.

Arrive Jacksonville.....?........ 8.25 G ,45.05 !, Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p ra G. W. FOSTER & CO.,
21 Park Row N. Y.
GOING NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m
,i A. M. P. )!. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m
Leave Jacksonville.-:........... 9.45 5.50, Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m NOTICE OF REMOVAL.R. .
Leave Hart's Road................10.50 6.38 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15'p m
from Arrive Fernandina...... ........11.18 7.02 Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m G. :McQUITTY
F' : .: : 31-Trains daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at................. 6:38 p m
'J; ? :, and SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m MERCHANT: TAILORHas

Leave Fernandina..6.50 a. m. 4.30: p. m.- Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:53 a m removed his business to the rooms over
.Arrive'Jacksonville8.15 a'-111. 5.50 p.-ru." Arrive at Washington, D.b., daily..ll:45 p m store on Centre street..
Leave Jacksonville..9.00 a. in. 6.30 p. m. Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a in Meddaugh's He has received grocery an assortment, of seasonable
SEND IN YOUR / Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars
sts. Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50 p. m. Savannah to New York without change.EAST goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto
make them up to suit all tastes in the

"" Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m & Repairing neatly done.
FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at....., 8:55 a m Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
\ 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.
;. : :'\ ( ':fJ f/': < > ', ;:,:. for New York on Thursday. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.55pm IX MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
": H'.1'dFiSATISFACTION $' Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 p 111 S
,,..,.. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- publication of this notice I will! present
: <' .. nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday. Arrive at Waycross daily. "at..........10:55 p m to the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor
Arrive at Jesnp daily at...............12:55 a m Nassau county, my final accounts and
AT CALLAIIAN. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m of the estate of
vouchers as executor
To and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Albany daily at?............10:30 a m deceased and ask for a
.GJA. arid all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m final

JIA WTIIOP..E.To Arrive at Macon' daily at............... 8:50 a m ,discharge.JOHN A. ELLERMAJSN,
dex- and from Palatka daily except Sunday Arrive Atlanta daily at.............12:30 p m Executor.

: to 4 AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20a 111 Fernandina Fla., April 4,1885. 6m
to With Stage Line to nd from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Charlcstondaih' nt..12:45'p m "
BOTH IN STYLE AND 5,000 Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive Washington daily..10:30 a ra aicGIFFIX
Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m JAMES : ,
selected CEDAR KEY, FLA., ,
With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Pullman' Buffet, and Sleeping Cars via AND BUILDER,
f'" ,' .. ( Govern- West and Havana every: Saturday; for New Waycross, and Pullman! Palace Sleeping CONTRACTOR

) for the Orleans every Friday ;,, from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.and Alachua Street, between Second and Third: ,
Sddre.s granted Havana every Friday ; from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta with

: ,..... -. -. and the every Saturday.With Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and FERNANDINA, FLA.
FLORIDA a large Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for all points West and

\ may for and from Key West, Monday and Northwest. Orders and estimates from a distance care-
York Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Mon- Pullman Palace Sleeping 'Cars Jacksonville attended to. 25tf'T

day and Friday. to Louisville via Thomasville. fully

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THE. FLGKiDA :MIRROR : AUGUST 29, 1885.. .

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR.- Middle Florida Grangers at the Sea added during the evening* Mr. W. A.Mahoney, of Centre street, were broken. The tin roof on Range of Thermometer

Shore. Callahan, and.:'Colonel Ancrunv of the Jasper the warehouse of Hoyt & Co., on Second FOR THE WEEK: ENDING FRIDAY,AUGUST 27,1.E:

a limes. : street, was torn off, but the firm sustained AT HOBSEY'S DRUG STORE.
little damage. Saturday, 22......78 85 .txu
BALMY BREEZES OF OLD OCEAN. Swept by a Hurricane Aug... 86 S50 Up"
Both the Methodist and Episcopal Sunday, 23..77 8-1 84 S3. NK
Reflections. Monday, 24......76 81 80 80
One of the largest excursions that has FEBNANDINA'S FIRST ACQUAINTANCE WITH THIS churches suffered considerably from the Tuesday .. 25... 78 6ft( So s.ednesclay S:\p"(

i ever come to this.city arrived here Wednesday UNWELCOME. VISITOR.. rain. It ," 26..78 84 84 S4v"_
The steamship CarondeM brought 3,200 Thursday, 27. ,.79 83 83: 82: s. v_
from Live Oak Lake and The severest storm that has occurred within "In numberless dwellings rooms were "
Tolls of bagging to Port Royal morning City Friday, 28.78 84 84 83 si F..
h1.ft surronding country. The party,which numbered the recollection of the oldest inhabitant flooded and plastering destroyed.
The of the Waters" is
"Spirit safely over 'three hundred, was under the swept Amelia Island on Monday 'last. A '0 At the beach, strange to say, scarcelyany JL4KIAX.Port.of .
moored at the dock.
steamship management of Mr. S. Boteler Thompson a stiff northeasterly breeze was blowing Sun' damage was done beyond a drenchingof

Photographers have been busy for several relative of Mr. W..N. Thompson, paymasterof day evening which increased during the the Strathmore'Hotel by the rain, causing Fernandina.HIGH .

k days taking views on Amelia Beach. the Florida Railway & Navigation Company night to almost a gale, and continued increasing the guests to seek shelter in town." Saturday, Aug. 29.........WATER....10:23 A.M. lO:3. : ;ai_

A lone Martin was on the beach last of this city. from 8 o'clock Monday morning to In addition. to the buildings destroyed, Sunday, 3O..llO-t.. l1t...
31..........11:52 "
Wednesday night, attracting attention.Mr. Ample arrangements had been made by 12:30 p.m., having in the meantime veered mentioned above, were the orange packing Monday Tuesday Sept. 1...........0:15: 0:00 o-4ft *"..

the railroad company- and a committee of round to north-northwest, accompanied by houses formerly owned by Bishop & Harris, Wednesday, 2............ 1U3 '0- 1-49 "
L.W. Manu of Ocala in the ,
was city Thursday, 3............ 2:18" ..
the citizens for the accommodation and entertainment heavy showers. At 12:30: the wind increasedto and house oft.0. B. Crump.We 2-55:
'1 last Sunday. His family is spending the a dwelling Friday, 4.. .. ...... 3:24" 4:01."
summer here. of the excursionists at the pavilion a hurricane until! 3:30, when i it abated have been furnished by Colonel J. C. ENTERED.:

on Amelia Beach, and shortly after somewhat, but still blew hard in squalls Read, of the Amelia steam saw mill at Old Aug. Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, tasa.
i The CarondeJet to this this New York freight and
brought port 12 o'clock the sturdy Grangers from one of during she entire night. The incidents of Town, with the record of the barometer R. W. Southwick; agent.passengers*to

week an unusually good freight for this sea- the best sections of the Sta'te, with their fame the storm'have been so graphically describedby during the day. The mill stands in a very Aug.2-t-Steamship City of Monticello. lIcK .
of the from Charleston: freight _
son year. ilies, were conveyed to Amelia Beach, where, the correspondent of the Times-Union, exposed position, but beyond some damageto gers, to W. O. Jeffreys, agent and pa

Mullet were so plentiful after the storm they were not slow in taking advantage of writing from this city on Tuesday last, that the mill dock from the shipping, it escaped Aug. Steamship: City .-of Monticello, kKet",..

j on Monday, that they were easily caught by the unparalleled advantages offered at this we quote language : injury. The following is the barometric to from W.Pulatka O.Jeffreys; freight agent.and pass en

band on Tuesday. famous watering resort. "There is scarcely a house in town but record : Aug. Steamship City of Monticello, Mc
from Charleston
: freight and .
1 Mr.Thomas Kydd returned on the Caron. The day was simply.lovely, following justin that suffered to some extent, and some very At 12:30 p m.......... 29.59 At 2:10 p m............29.43 gers, to W. O. Jeffreys agent. p ven-
II which 12:40: m............29.57 2:14 P m............29.42 ,Steamship City of Monticello,
y&I delet, from New York, Wednesday night the wake of the hurricane of Monday much. Those escaped more serious 12:50 p p m........... 29.56 222 p m..........29.40 from Pulatka; freight and passenczx"to McK L.
looking hale and hearty. last the air was bracing and refreshing, injury were 'flooded with water or had the 1:05; p m............29:54:: 227 p m...........29.40 W. O. Jeffreys agent.
i from 1:15 p m...........2953 2:32 p m............29.41 2 Schooner Louisa Fraser,Virden, Charleston
Italian laborers to Florida while there was just surf enough on the glass broken the .windows., Fernan- 2:35: m..29.42 ballast
1 are coming by 155 p m.....-....29 52 p ; to Hilliard & Bailey.
f New.York beach to lend zest to the bathing. The party dina to-day presents the appearance of a 1:27 p m........... 29.51 2:55: p m..29.40 25-Schooner Alice Hearnr Beaufort;ballast,
, every steamship. Quite a number 134;: m............29.50 3.-05 p m..29.41 to L. A. Davis.
4a reached this port by the Caronddct this took possession of the, new pavilion, where tornado-swept town. Sidewalks are covered 1:37: p p m............29.49 3:35 p m............29.41 SJiooner Stephen G. Hart, Rivers
4S seats and refreshments had, been providedfor with leaves, moss and limbs of trees, and in 1:43: p m..29.48 4:45 p m...........29.41 Charleston; ballast, to master.
week. 5:05 ..........29.42
1:53 p m............29.47 p m. CLEARED.
t Mr. James :Menzies, chief clerk of the gen them. During the afternoon many of many places are obstructed by large trees 200; p.m............29.At 6.00 p m..29.42 Aug. 27-Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for
citizens went out to the beach and min- which have fallen them fences
our across are
ai eral freight office of the Florida Railway & ; From 6 p. m. till midnight there was a I New York; freight and passengers by:
gled with the excursionists. But it was not leveled in all parts of town ; yards are slow rise. R. W. Southwick, agent
"a Navigation Company, has returned from his slight Aug.2-t-Stenmship City of )Monticello McKee .
until evening that the exodus of the towns strewn with leaves and fruit. Every one is for Palatka by W. O.
4 home. in Canada. ; Jeffreys,agent
k people fairly set in. A complimentary ball repairing the damage to his own propertyand Died. Aug.25-Steamship City of Ionticello, McKee,for
' :Mr. F. B. Papy, General Freight Agent of Charleston; by W.O. Jeffreys, agent.
had been tendered the excursionists by the inquiring of his neighbors what injury Aug.Steamship City of Monticello,)McKee for
4,t the Florida Railway & Navigation Company At Mount Holly, N.J.,on Sunday,August Palatka
citizens of Fernandina, and as this city they have sustained. In the business portion ; freight and passengers IT--
t 23, 1885, Mrs. 'BEULAH L. WHITNEY wife W. O. Jeffreys.
left for New York Thursday, accom ,
, never does anything by halves, nearly the of town signs are lying upon the side- Aug.2S-Steamship City of Monticello, McKee:
f panied by his wife. whole population repaired to the beach the walks or propped up with temporary braces. of the late John A. Whitney, editor and pub for Charleston;freight and passengers
lisher of the old Fernandina by W. O.Jeffreys, agent.
9 ,- :Mr. C. H. Huot has recovered all but 'fair sex predominating'' by a large majority. Tinners and carpenters in demand, and Express, aged ballast, to master.

fir N about two hundred of the logs turned adrift The trains, which ran hourly from 7 to 10 the sound of hammer and saw is heard on 24, years and six !months. 41 24-Schooner Jesse W. Starr Warren.Philadelphia
:Mrs. Whitney was the daughter of JamesM. ; lumber. by Mizell & Bro I
by the breaking of his boom during the hurricane p. in., were crowded with passengers, and every hand. Window-glass and nails are ata 24-Schooner Louisa Fraser, Virden, Philadelphia -
and Mary A. Clement, of Philadelphia : lumber,by Hilliard &Bailey I.
:Monday.Mrs. when alter 8 o'clock
shortly a large excursion premium. _, "
Schooner Lizzie Lane, Herrick, Ma iti<-
and a niece of Captain and Mrs.H.,Yo King
Julius Stark, with little Effie and party arrived from Jacksonville, accompanied THE TORNADO. nique; lumber, by J. :Mizell & Bro.
atil the Jacksonville Silver Cornet "Early' risers yesterday found a good of this city.
"that boy, returned to their home, in I by -
breeze from the north and 6 The body was brought here for interment,
Gainesville this week, after an exceedingly I Band the crowd was truly immense. blowing by : Silk Mitts,

f;.. pleasant visit here of some months. Never has Amelia Beach seen so many pea o'clock rain had begun falling in consider- and, on Wednesday evening last, she ,was All colors, at 35 cents a pair, worth 60 cents,
r, ple assembled on the shore of Old Ocean be able quantities. By 8 o'clock the water was laid at rest in St. Peter's graveyard by the at MODE Bp.e>'s.
: The steamship Carondelet arrived in this fore. I coming down in torrents and the streets side of him for whom she has mourned the
port this week in place of the State of Texas, two and half. Ho, for White SulphurSprings T
fi Miglionico's Italian String Band also from : were flooded. The barometer persistentlyand past years a
+ which is hauled off for repairs, after which .
Jacksonville, furnished the music for the steadily dropped. Old sea 'captains IN MEMORIAM.She FLORIDA'S GREAT FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH.
she will run' to Galveston during the cotton
r season. ball, and shortly after 8 o'clock the dancing shook their, heads and made their vessels has gone-the young, the fair, the loved, Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia., Dyspepsia
t ready for heavy weather. At 10 o'clock Stomach and Bowel Troubles, Kidney and
began and continued, with short intermissions The idol of the parents hearts-

' 1 1i Clamsfish and crabs are not so plentifulas until 1 o'clock. It was participatedin there was a stiff breeze from the north and Gone to join the dear ones thereIn male Bladder complaints Diseases,are General cured Debility or greatly etc. ben-Fe-
they were last week. The Strathmore realms of endless
northwest and at 'noon it became evident bliss.
most generously by nearly all present, efited, by these waters. Round trip ticketsto
a4 and Atlantic Pavilion consumed thousands that something more' than an ordinary storm Welbbrn, including hack fare to Springs .
Charley Stark acting as master of ceremonies She has gone to the home of the blest, .
;j during the past ten days. It is astonishing can be had at greatly reduced rates. Cold
with his customary good tact. Duringthe was upon us. It was not until about 2 Then why should we be so sad? ox-
hot baths at hotel.
,Q;, how excursionists go for them. intermissions the Jacksonville Silver o'clock, however, that the gale seemed to She has gone where the weary are at rest, given

Captain John Risk thinks that the stormof Cornet Band, which had accompanied the reach its h ight,'jind from that time until Where the mourner looks up and is glad. Straw Hats.

i. Monday and<< Tuesday was the severest he excursion party from that city, discoursed dark the fury of ,the, wind and rain was Rest here, dear Beulah, till from thy grave Great reduction in Straw Hats. at

has ever experienced. His ship was in port sweet music for the promenaders on the something' f arful. The water came in The Savior bids thee arise, It MODE BRO"sc
at Port the the hurricane sheets and with that Then, in great glory, thou shalt,
.i Royal during fury of beach, which, in addition to the bright blinding such force
With Hun, ascend the
and those who tried to face it that hail Miss L. G. Watson
experienced no damage.F. moonlight was lighted up by large bonfiresfed imagined skies."A FRIEND."

C. Shepard, Division Freight and Passenger by the your growth of Fernandina.with instead of, rain ,was, striking them. .Locomotion Will and re-open children her on Select Thursday School Octoberl for younggirls ,

Agent of the Pensacola & Atlantic rosin, pitch, pine, etc. The utmost good was almost impossible. Businesswas A Card. at her residence on Centre Street corner t>F

Railroad, was in the city Sunday. He.was feeling prevailed, although the pavilion and entirely suspended and the elementshad :Mr. and :Mrs. King gratefully acknowl- Seventh, and hopes still to merit the patronage -

so much pleased he much his the dancing too crowded for undisputed control of the streets. Occasionally so kindly conferred heretofore.
regretted platform were
very edge the many acts of sympathy and kindness Miss ANNIE E. TUCKER, so well and favorably -
business would not permit of his comfort. Handsome were distributed there would, be a slight lull in the
remaining programmes with which their friends so earnestly known in the community, will be associated

longer. by Sammie Swann before the dance, storm, but only for moment. when with strove to lighten their burden, of sorrow in with Miss WATSON, and take chard
louder than the wind would whirl of the Musical Department.
which were carried home as souvenirs by roar ever
The Caronddct sailed Thursday evening their late bereavement, in the death of Mrs.

: .; for New York with the following cargo : many of the excursionists.The through the streets. After night there wasa Whitney, and extend their heartfelt thanksto Rev.O.P.P.Thackara REFERENCES.Samuel: : A.SWBDB,

40,000 feet of yellow pine lumber ; 245 cases following was the order of dancing, perceptible decrease in the fury of the those that bore an active part in the con Mr. H. E. Dotterer, Judge C. V. Hillyero

t i of cedar; 324: barrels of rosin ; 12 barrels of as arranged by the committee: wind and rain, and during the night both duct of the solemn funeral, with its appro- Major E. McWhorter.
:For terms Circulars.Gents' .
ceased and this morning a perfect calm see
. spirits of turpentine, and 33 packages of OVERTURE-EXCURSION. pre priate music and impressively rendered ser
Landers................................................Welcome. vail .
merchandise. Waltz...........................................Amelia Beach.Polka .- BUILDINGS BLOWN DOWN. vice. Furnishing Goods, Notions, clc.-
fI Mr. James McGiffin has taken the contract Esmeralda.....................Belles of Suwanee. "The tornado 'Had, however, left unmistakable Fernandina, August 27, 1885. at cost, atPAUL FUNKE'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM

t for the erection of:Major Dur 'ee's residence SELECTION MASCOT." signs of its While at its
} Quadrille...........................................Old Times. presence. The Fernandina& Amelia Beach Railway
on the corner of Centre and Eighth Waltz....................................Belles of Columbia. height it demolished the partially completed carried A lot of Parasols (exclusive styles) clitap

streets. Work upon it will be commenced Fa tini tza......................................Fleeting Hours. residence of Mrs. E. Tavel, on Fifth street, over 1,000 passengers on Thursdaylast this week. J. & T. KYDDC
immediately. It is to be a unique Queens SELECTION"FRA Du.YOLO." laid flat upon the' .ground Island City (colored : on the occasion of the excursion. and
Bathing Suits and Caps
Anne building from designs furnished by Landers....................Impromptu R. & N. Co. ) Masonic Hall, a two-story building on ball at Amelia Beach Pavilion, tendered by

, 11. S. Schuyler, architect. Waltz._.........What are the wild waves saying?" ,Fourth street, and entirely ,demolished the citizens of Fernandina to the excursion- style For and Ladies large and variety Gentlemen, in elegant

Military Schottische........._Belles of Fernandina. sts from Middle Florida.It atKIXG'S
i Dr. Snyder's little boat Berta was stove in SELECTION PATIENCE." Friendship Hall (also. belonging to the col- BAZAAR,

and completely wrecked by the floating logs Quadrille.............................Our Florida Beaux. ored Masons), a two-story building at the tf Cor. of Fifth and Centre sts...
is evident that if the Florida
Amelia river during Monday's gale. This Polka..............................................Salt Sea-Air. corner of Beech and Tenth streets. The Railway
t is much to be regretted. Not only will itdeprive Waltz._......................................Gathering Shells. eastern end of a small building occupied by & Navigation Company bring any more excursions Parasols.
to Amelia Beach like in 'Ve.wil1 sell, this week the bargains
HOME those the :: biggest -
.4 the Doctor of one of his favorite Miss Brown, on Second street, was blown
offered in Parasols.
two weeks the there ever Goods racpingin -
past public
pastimes, but it loses the Fernandina Boat At 1 o'clock the party broke'tup, much to into the street. A house occupied by Fred price from 50 cents to $3.00, wortbtv
will have to be to at least three
tZ Club one of its fastest yachts, the Berta com- the disappointment of the young people. Hunt (colored), on the east side of the city, enlarged ice the money, at

ing in the winner, according to the corrected The excursionists were conveyed to their was blown down and his furniture destroyed. imes its present dimensions. MODE Bao!s.

time, in the recent race for the club pennant.Our respective homes in Columbia and Jackson- Frank,Hughes' house was also demolished,

friends from Orlando, Leesburg and ville, Colonel G. L. Batzell, the handsome and a number of small houses were lifted

' dude of the F. R. & N. Co. from their foundations.
, other points on the Southern Divison, were acting as con .
4 so much pleased with Amelia Beach and its ductor for the latter.Theutmostgood ACCIDENTS- TO SHIPPING. ::/; 1 .,

surroundings, that many remained from feeling prevailed throughout The storm particularly: severe on the ;:.: ,:

r Thursday until and the regret at the parting was less- river. The schooners Ethel M. Davis and
they only 6
came to stay one day. They are anxious for ened ,somewhat by the assurance that the Chas. A. .Coulomb, 'lying at Reed's mill, Old FUR NIT U II E !

f another excursion in a few weeks: and we entertainment, at least as far as the Jacksonville Town, broke their lines and .drifted ashore. '
have no doubt arrangements will be consummated party w concerned, would be,repeated The schooner Louisa Frazier, which was an- "" \,

for the same with the railroad within a month. chored in the stream, dragged her, anchor ,
It is to be hoped that these enjoyable occasions and went on the beach. The Norwegian
;i company., We have opened, in the :Marson Building, Centre Street,,
which bring"the people of the different bark Cblumla, loading at Huot's mill, broke

Il for Among New the passengers by the Carondckt, sections of the State together under her moorings and, demolishing a portion of below Second, a full line of Furniture, Bedding, etc., consisting
York Thursday evening, was Sheriff
j John A. Ellermann. Mr. ElI rmann has such pleasant circumstances, and which the the wharf, swung stern first upon the piling in part of Walnut Chamber Suits, Ash Chamber Suits;:Mahogany
inauguration of the Fernandina & Amelia and shifted her partially loaded cargo It is I
I been suffering for years from aneurism contracted Beach Railway has made possible, will be thought that none of the vessels above and Painted Chamber Suits; Bedsteads in great variety, and at J
I from a wound received by him while '
! in the discharge of his duty, some ten years of still more frequent occurrence. We can named are seriously injured. The Columba prices as low as the same goods can be bought for anywhere--
. only assure the citizens of the different sections had her foretopmast taken out by the Davisas
! ago. His suffering has been quite severe of of the State on behalf of the people the latter swung' from her moorings. A finished light and 'dark; Children's Bedsteads; Chairs in great
late, and he goes to consult some eminent
of Fernandina, that they will, receive as large number of logs in the boom at Huot's variety Rockers of all kinds Tables-Extension Breakfast and
physicians North. We hope that he : ; ; ,
; may
hearty a welcome as the excursionists from mill went adrift, but many of them will be
i receive the expected relief. Tavares Orlando, and the Southern Division secovered. Several small boats and lighters Centre; Washstands; Wardrobes; Springs-Slat and Wire;

1 i The Jacksonville.Silver Cornet Band under and the people' from Columbia. ,and were sunk and broken up along the shore of Mattresses or various qualities, cheaper than ever before sold

f. the direction,of Professor Brooks, prove Suwanee counties. the river. The look-out of the pilots at Old v ..

r I' themselves to be as good performers as any The different committees, who so successfully Town was entireYdestroyed.,. The runway' Pillows and Bolsters ; and a full ]line of goods generally foundin

{ in the State. All the members of this band carried out the programme were com- at Bauknight's ice house went down in the a regular Furniture Store. We invite an inspection of our

were highly pleased with Fernandina and posed of the following gentlemen : gale.
1' Amelia Beach and it is their intention
. till, at Arrangement-Samuel A.Swann, D.E. :Maxwell, OTHER..DISASTERS.Co stock.We
an early day, to arrange for a special excursion H. H. Linville, Geo. F. Lewis. A photographer. tent on Second street also direct attention to our new designs in Crockery.
! for their benefit. They have also intimated Reception O. MacDoriell, J. H. Prescott, F. collapsed.
that if the railroad companies will B. Papy, C. V. Hillyer. One The latest shapes in the beautiful Lustre-Band Ware: and .Porcelain -
of the large plate glass windows in
extend to them the courtesies of their lines Floor-A. B. Hart, J. L. Horsey, S. D. Swann,
C. R. King. :Mode Bro's store was driven'in by the wind Goods. Sold ,in any quantity to suit purchaser.
from Jacksonville to Amelia.
, Beach '
Introduction-G. W. Cline,W. A. Sheffield, C. A. and demolished. It was insured. A win- .' ,
will sacred concerts the ,beach :FRED: -w. :aO: Tt & ocx
, v I give 'on on Finley, L. Harrison, G. L. Baltzell, Fred W. Hoyt, dow in the store of William. Lake,-and one -. : .. .,?- .

,I Sundays. A'i IL E. Dotterer, G. R. Hubby. To which ,were in. Fred. W. Hoyt'& Co's furniture store, on'.,, __ .: ,. :, ,I, .

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