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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: September 5, 1885
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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VII. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY- SEPTEMBER 5, 1885. NO. 41.

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IlunnlcA.NES, STORJISAND TIDAL Cooper and Ashley rivers insufficient NEWS NOTES.
2,262,584.000th of a grain. Boyle The killing of alligators in Louisiana is
PAST AND PRESE! T.
WAVES-
to receive the volume of water driven TIlE explorers in they Congo 'Val i has observed that'one dram of asafcet- forbidden. Alligators the natural enemies -

The recent storm which has visited in by powerful winds from the At- ida of the muskrat.and since the war made
leyare surprised by the crudity oflife exposed to the open air had
Atlantic coast and which on the former by hunters the latter have
our prevailed lantic. Savannah is far the .
so up '' lost in six the
of
days
there. eighth
The natives have no do- part increased until they threaten the destruction '
with unusual severity fromSt. river and the wide marshes'and tide -
'
one grain from which Keill ,of the rice
'mesticated beasts of any sort: ,.nor,do con- crop.

Augustine northwards, has indi- rivers afford so'wide a scope for the they raise. or catch .any- animals to cludes that in one minute it had lost

cated, with comparative value, the expanding: of the surplus waters, it one 69,120th of An Open Frank 1 Uer.-It is by
eat as they know nothing flesh a grain. no
nu-ans
as strange that Dr. David Kennedy
localities and the
of
liability some seldom suffers from the influence of food. should have received the following letter.
No semblance of is
clothing
safety of others, to the influences of high tidal although the windsare THE factory at Alvarado, Cal., has By rwilint; it you will see in one minute
waves, worn, and diet is practically confined made 1,250 tons of refined beet why its writer could recommend it.-F.DJ[
the great storms which occasionally felt severely.Our i sugar Mr. J. \V. Horner, traveling agent frm-
Atlantic coast. to spontaneous products of The'soil. this'season.. This is said to be four bach Bunriinder: & Co., Baltimore. lad_
our
on
occur I own city, although much Letters from missionaries too times than the says : My !head felt,bad and I was suffering -
i say, greater total sorghum
From some climatic condition ori nearer to the, sea than Charleston from indigestion. A trial of 'Favorite
open that the negroes ,there are so low .inmentality sugar in the United States. The :Al Remedy' made me feel like a new man. I
other, Charleston has experienced or any other seaboard town, is that \- cheerfully recommend it to all needing a
of
Chris-
any hope varado factory has been in operationsix medicine of the kind."
more destructive storms, and of more less liable to injury than any other -,
tianizing them must bejfBased ,on a years, and its profitS are computed -" "" "* ;*.,w.t",,_ '
frequent! occurrence, than any other point on the coast. Lying on the in- long and patient..courseTof: 'intellectual at 6104,000 on an investmentof 1'rtvate BOtu'd.1 : '

point on the coast. The News and side of Amelia Island, the wooded are'too .\ the Brick Cottage on Seventh trcet.
training. They densely $125,000. The growers get $4.50a near Egniont Hotel.
Conner( of the the 26th instant, givesa ridge of which rises quite high.between ignorant to comprehend the Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor
simplest ton for beets, and<: the yield is saidto without board.! Transient boarders will 1
resume of the more destructive the city and the beach, it hasa statements doctrine. be accommodated.

storms which have occurred since protection which, breaks the force average twenty tons to the acre. MRS. T. P. G. TIIOU: ox.

HERR Molls, of the Magdeburg Society Thefactory pays out about $90,000a Fernandina, Fla., January, 10, 188:>.
the beginning of the last cmf"iy In of seaward gales. The grade of the
of German Engineers : -the for beets.
says: year
the year 1700 a hurricane damagedthe streets rises rapidly from the river, Summer Clothing and Hats closing out
deepest borehole in existence is the -- cheap. J. & T. KTDD.
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city, and caused considerable loss and a wide expanse of marsh and t.
one made in searching for coal near The City Council.The Great sacrifice in Summer
of ]life by shipwreck. Another hurricane tide rivers gives free flow to the force Clothing, at
PAUL FUXKE'S DRY GOODS
the village of Schladebach: h, 'on the regular meeting of the City Councilwas EMPORIUM.The .
occurred in 1713. In 1728 a of unusual tides or tidal waves, and held on Wednesday evening last, at the
railway between Corbetha and Leip- Atlantic Pavilion.
:
very severe storm occurred, which hence Fernandina has ,never experi- Council chamber, the following aldermen
sic, at the instance of the Prussian Having obtained a lease of the Atlantic
Hooded the lower stories of the dwellings enced any great damage from the being present: MeGiffin, Austin,Stark, Robinson Pavilion, on Amelia Beach, I beg to inform
:Mining Department. It has 'been McDonald and Walker.In my friends and the public generally that I
and caused the wreck of which have injured
gales ,so disastrously -
twenty- to make such
driven by hollow diamondpointedrock the! absence of President Avery, Alder propose improvements and
three vessels,and threw down a number Charleston and other seaboard man MeGiffin was elected to preside. additions as to make the Pavilion a fi tclass' -
drills and water flushing to a sea-side resort. Refreshments of all :
of forest trees. In 1752, after an towns. The following bills were ordered paid : kinds will he served in first-class style at ']
of feet in
depth
hurricane The harmless 4,559 three years and George E. Wolff, salary as clerk for reasonable rates. I solicit the patronage of ,

exceedingly hot summer, a comparatively re-- six months, at an expenditure, of August.........................................$25.00 the public. ALBERTGLAIBEU.
came on the 15th of September. The suit of the recent gale may well give George Demott; night scavenger work 1
$25,000. Its diameter atHhe bottom for August..................................... 80.00 Notice to '
force of the wind was so great that confidence and security to our citizens "- Samuel Lofthouse, day scavenger and Owners of Dogs. ,
is inches and -
at eleven
the driven into the harbor in the safety of their homes.The 1,872 the-top: lighting streets..............................? 40.00 Notice is hereby given to all owners of I
sea was inches. The thermometer,registeredat Fred W. Hoyt & Co., supplies............ 10.49 dogs that the tax on dogs for the current :
ten feet above high tide and flooded Allen Mitchell, special police one day, 1.25 year must be paid by the first of September :
County Commissioners. the bottom 48 Centigrade or 118.4 Stephen,Morris services as policemanfor next. After that date dogs without the ,j.

the town up to the second stories. Fahrenheit. August..................................... 25.00 usual badge will fall under the penalty of :
The regular meeting of the Board of County the city ordinance in such case made and t
Ships were driven on land and across Newton Bradley, services as policeman 1
Commissioners was held at the County THE production of slag wool and for ,August..................................... 25.00R. provided. C. J. WESTBERG, I
marshes and shallow channels, and Clerk's office on Wednesday morning. L. Denefield, Marshal, services' for i, City Tax Collector. !i'

one vessel went as far inland as the Present: C. W. Lewis, Chairman, and the industrial applications of the ar- August......................................... 35.00 Fernandina, Aug. 6, 1885. I

Commissioners W.O.Jeffreys,Phineas Johnson ticle appear to be largely on the in The ordinance amending an ordinance
west side of :Meeting street, colliding Special bargains in every department of t
i and J. T. Iligginbotham. The latter crease. By the 'action of strong jets granting the right of way to the Florida Improvement -: our store for the balance of the season. .
with a Baptist church on its way. Company was placed its J. & T. KYDD. .
his commission for upon
presented reappointment, of steam the slag is transformed intoa _
The gale continued twentyfourhours and was sworn in. third, reading and, passed unanimously.It St. Louis Beer! '

and erallives were lost. A It was ordered that the Treasurer transferto fibrous whitish silicate cotton, was moved. and- carried that the' clerk St. Louis beer of the celebrated brewery
which mineral is iricunibustible be instructed to collect thecost of of ANTHONY & KUIIN at
publish-
whirlwind in 1864 laid bare the the general county fund the sum of being -:

river, and .$735.35, being the balance in ,the treasuryof ;- ike-asbestos. 'It'i'atl'vantage-- .1 ngtlheoriginalprdinaucegrantitlg tbejrisH. !ia.........................r."' t. 'n.IJ.--1..F.C.'J Arid Stniple ATII )1tS"Poonl"""' ''ii n=i"" II.>'
channel of :
Ashley injuredall '
funds. of way, and the publishers i be instructed to '_ 1

the roofs in the city. A congeriesof The unexpended Treasurer special was also authorized to deposit ously and extensively used in Eng- collect the cost of publishing the amended Gents Furnishing Goods

hurricanes occurred in 1797, 1800 any surplus funds in his hands, belonging land in the construction of new ordinance from the company. In all styles AT PAUL FUSKE'S. I

the with the First National houses with Mansard roofs the space The chairman of the Street Committee was ,
and 1804. In 1811, in 1813, and in to 'county, ,
1822 violent Bank of Florida, at Jacksonville.An between the interior lath or panellingand instructed to send a force of hands:: to Old Another case of handsome Lawns at five
gales occurred. The Town to cut the weeds in the streets there. cents per yard. J. & T. KYDI
allowance of 1.00 per month was the exterior covering of zinc tin ,
severest storm, however, was felt in Martin Whittemore it The! :Marshal was instructed to enforce the
made in favor of appearing To l ent.
September 1854 when or slate, being filled with this slag dog ordinance, and to impound all dogs
damage was that he is totally incompetent to Two rooms, the upper floor of the lion..eon
sustained to the extent of $300,000.The provide for himself.An wool, the effect being to protect from found on the streets without the proper collar northwest corner of Centre and Seventh

Battery was demolished, and allowance of$i.OO per month was also the rigor of frost in winter and from and badge. streets. Inquire on the premises.For .

all the granted to George B. Wilds to aid in the intense heat in summer. It is also Sale. ,
wharves.
nearly In 1873
of himself and The Tall End of the Hurricane.To .
there support family said to prevent freezing and burstingof Two city lots, adjoining, each air feet I
occurred a severe tornado, The Road Commissioners for the Fifth the Editor of the :Mirror: square; location desirable; neighborhoodselect.

which lasted but a short time, but District were directed to use from the road taps, spouts, and water pipes, if Ws had a remarkable rain yesterday, be- On one of the lots is a six-room cot-

occasioned much In funds in their hands so much as in their these are covered by the wool in ginning at 3:20: p. m. and ending at 5:10. In tage, with kitchen ; piazza on three sides ;
damage.
September always cool in summer. Lots face on three
1874, the city was again Visited judgment may be necessary to put in good winter. that time 3.31 inches of rain fell,doing great streets; ground high and dry; no sand; best
order the new public road from Spell's damage to roads and gardens. From 3:30 to bricked well of water in town ; half dozen

by a very severe gale, which swamp to Hart's Road.A THE twelfth number of the German 4:00 o'clock the lightning was terrible, strik- sweet orange trees four years: old ; several

tore up the Battery, and destroyed communication of Wesley Foster, relative Colonial Zeituny contains an ar- ing the depot and post office, destroying the sour years trees oM.Enquire. bearing; peaches and grapes two

many buildings and much wharf to the license lately granted to J. T. ticle by Herman Soyaux on experimental telegraph instruments, and shocking the of GEORGE F. LEWIS.

Iligginbotham for a ferry at King's Ferry, people at that place. A ball of fire entered Office Town Improvement Company.
property, to the estimated value ofa cultivation in tropical Af-
having been received, it was ordered that the post office and exploded about five feet -

quarter million of dollars. On the the same be returned, with tine: informationthat rica. He maintains that the soil is above the floor, near the east window. There Post-Office Notice.

2Sth of August, 1881, a very severe Mr. Iligginbotham was granted the license suitable for agriculture, though it is was a small sea around the depot, which, Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.
Sunday hours, 10:30: A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
gale began early in the morning and as the successor of his father, lately exhausted in a year by the cultivation unfortunately, remains standing.P. Money Orders and Registered Letters from

lasted deceased, to whom a license was granted in of maize and manise he B. PUBLICO. 8:00: A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 200 p. u
nearly all day, with great destruction ; recommends -
June last, upon an application which appeared Archer, September 4, 1885. to 3:30 p. m.ARRIVAL .
of property. The eastern to the Board to conform with the the cultivation of coffee, vanilla AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

portion of the city was submerged to laws provided therefor.It India rubber, cotton and sugar The Beach Schedule. Transit & Peninsular Railroad-
Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4.45 P.t-
the depth of several feet ; Sullivan was ordered that an allowance of$4.00 cane, according to the varieties of the Leave Fernandina for the beach at 6.15 Brings; mails from the North,the .-
.
Island was partially covered, and per month be made for September and October soil. Lieutenant de Gile, commander 8.40, and 11.10 a. m., and 2.55,4.00,5.45. and Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
to aid Bob Sams, living near Sey 7.10 m. Leave the boach at 6.45,9.00 and railroads.
many houses blown down and injured mour's Point. of the Upper Congo ,Division, has 11.40 p.a. m., and 3.15,5.15,6.05, and 9.45 p. Closes daily except Sunday...........10:00: .\.M. "
Takes mails for the North, the
the inhabitants of the island The following bills were ordered paid : published a most enthusiastic description m. On Sundays,trains leave Fernandina at Gulf coast:. ,Transit and Peninsular -

taking shelter in the fort. W. B. C. Duryee, for lumber for of the country, where near 6.15 and 10.20 a. m., and 3.00, 4.50, 6.00 and roads.Leesburg .

ridge............................... ............$140.00 8.00 Leave the beach at 6.35 and 10.40 train arrives daily.......... 8:40 A. 1 1.
The larger portion of these hurri- Minus McClearv.'for hauling............ 18.00J. ly all the above mentioned plants, p. m. Brings Western mail only. ,
C. Beaufort, for building bridge.... 100.00 and others a. m., and 4.15,5.15, 6.30 and 9.30 p. m. Fernanama &Jacksonville Railroad-
canes occurred between the 1st and J.A. Ellermann, keeping jail for July, 140.55C.H. many grow naturally, or Arrives daily except Sunday......... 4:15 A.31.

15th of September, those of 1813 and Huot, lumber for jail.............. .4.50 are already cultivated. He repre- List of Letters Brings the Jacksonville and St. '

.........
Norman Brownson stationery. 5.25 John's river mails.
1S1 being the only ones noted sents the climate as healthy and the Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan-
as Fred W. Hoyt & Co., oil for bridge... 13.60 Closes daily except Sunday..10:30 A.JL
occurring in August prior to the J. A. Edwards, moving furniture for country thickly populated.IN dina,Nassau county, Florida,September 8th, Takes Jacksonville,St.J olln's ,
Clerk's office........................ ......- 30.GO 1885. Persons calling for these letters must River and Northern mails.
great gale of 1885, which exceeds all B. F. Rich, keeping bridge for July speaking of Sunday.iJail-

previous and August.................................. 60.00J. "homoeopathic say advertised : Jacksonville and St.John's River,
} hurricanes in the amount .A. Edwards, for services as Auditor perfumes,'' an exchange says the 'Bell, Mrs Hannah Mercer, Eler'Billington arrives....................................10:25 A. M. '

of damage caused, although, perhaps for July and August.................... 50.00 odoriferous molecules of musk E M McClam, Lucretia Northern mail arrives.................. 9:09 P. sr.
Also pauper bills to the amount of... 94.00 must Barr, :\Ioses)1 McCloyd, McKesson Jacksonville, St. John's River and '
slot of any greater severity. -- be incomprehensibly small. We can Baker, Seazor Moore, York the North, closes....................... 6:00 A.ar.
The Total..................-.....................$GG5.50 Bonie, Asa Phasure, Ch Jacksonville and St. John's River
peculiar liability of Charleston not imagine their smallness, as it is Braddock, Victora Poirier. Alfred only, closes..........:................... 4:00P.M.

to the influence of 'severe gales Valuable Orange Lands for Sale said that the same grain of musk undergoes Bryant, Raymond Scott, Henry SAML. T. RIDDELL. I). 31.
.,
,Celia, Rebecca Simmons, Patiense
may be due to its position inside the Tracts containing twenty acres each of absolutely no diminution in Currie, J M _2 Smith, A IIC Y COTTAGE ,

Gulf Stream, and in the vicinity of choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake weight. A single drop of the oil of Cleveland, Guss'B Skeyerd; F L Ti
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Taylor,
suitable for growing and truck farm Damsey, Nancy Seventh-St., near Egmont Hold,
opposing currents of air, coming from orange thyme, ground down with a piece of De Ford, Sarah Timanus, H
ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare Demere, C A Thomas, L A FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
opposite directionsaccompanied with very conveniently situated for transpor- sugar and a little alcohol;will communicate Davis, Mrs Jannie Virgil P M

great rarifaction after a hot summer. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on its odor to twenty-five gal- Evans. E T Washington, George Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished.with
Ford, Mrs Leoura Wileason, R or without board. Table Boarders will be
The position of the city, also, at the terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques lons of water., Haller kept for forty Hollain, Daniel Whitehurst accommodated; also transient.

head of tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Hackless, Jorige Wilson, Lewesia 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.
a cul de sac formed by an perfumed with one
large bodies. G; R. FAIRBANKS, years papers Jack,,Mrs A Whilden, J B

open roadstead, exposed to the verti- February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. grain.of ambergris. After 'this time Johnson, Miss Laura Worrin"Joseph Warranty and 'Mortgage; ; ceils.
cal Leggett, Sam B Williams, C W T INEN PAPER-75 CTS.: PER
rush of from the'Atlantic the odor Bor- : DOZEN
great seas was as strong as ever. Martin, Julia Wordsom, Mary JJ Samples sent upon ,receipt of 2-cen
which, having gained' volume Remember the closing out sale in Dry denave has evoluated a molecule of Mosloy, Edie Young, Loins' stamp. '
Goods, etc., at Young Larra, AddressFLORIDA
Jn their inward course, find the PAUL FUI KE S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.: camphor sensible to the smell to S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. 26 Fernandina't MIRROR,.FI ::'- :

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THE FLORIDA, MIRROR : SEPTEMBER 5, 1885.

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- : "PIFE AND /, Rolph vs. Rolph," said his friend, :I separate. .I 'am-he is,' and she be- sentful to speak ; the'times I had for i I u Surrey; he saidthe I when I I left you
,'.: i. laconically. gins'sobbing afresh. By Venus and merly humbled:? myself before him other day, I promised to take your
1 Come Now and with drain me,a good cup of wife joy That's the ticket! We.re.for the Vulcan !I' says the ancient, anxiously, came rushing to my memory, and I friendly counsel and seek my wife's
: And bring the girl and boy plaintiff," exclaimed the other. Now, 'a divorce?'. She nods her head. Oh, steeled my heart.' (The choking sobs : pardon and forgiveness-to ask her to
1 I Sow with thee, good wife. Without committing your firm, what do no, no, my dear childa! thousand again.) A moment's hesitation, and come, back to me. I have done so.'
Let all hearts be blithe and gay., fl the he And have '
It is fourteen to day you think of the case? times no In momentary grief was gone. you succeeded?
Since you spoke years the little aye" "As attorneys for the defendant, it'sa and passion of your first family jars Hum!' said the ancient.Poor I have failed. She rejects all
i That to me was life. little premature to outline our course. you would sow the seed of everlasting child! How long is this ago?' overtures, discredits my repentance
S .* When in wedding white arrayedI Papers not sent into my department regret! Compose yourself, and tell About a year.' and intends appeal to the courts for
beheld you stand yet. I suppose they ,are still in the me everything from the first dawn of Has your husband remained absent release. :My harsh treatment seems to
Why I almost felt afraid governor's hands." (Which meant that your differences with :Mr. Rolph, who, ever since ?' have wholly stifled the love she
once
And E'en when to touch with love your intent hand. le knew nothing about the case what- to> me, has always appeared ,to be an He returned here a few days bore me.'
Your gaze on me you bent, ever.) unusually cultivated companion ago.' He buried his face in his hands
You seemed a being sent, t You don't manage to keep up with generous, considerate, talented man.' l And what determined you to and groaned,
;: "
From the Better Land. your cases very closely, Mr. John He is all that,' said she, mourn- take this step ?' My dear friend,' says Surrey;,'j
And an angel you have proved Kaiks," retorted Grid, with a superiorair. Fully, and when we were married, I Because-because I have madean wish I could help you. You say s he
Since wherever that good, have glad hour roved; There's been no papers drawnso was so proud and happy' (her voice effort,to see him and implore his told you that she intended to applYfora
%I Aye In,sunshine and we in shower, far. Both parties fighting shy of faltered again), but as time wore on forgiveness, which, in his hard unyielding divorce?'
',.' In all goodness you transcend, the issue." I could, not help noticing that he pride, he has rejected.' I I did not see her. She sent me
M ,.-:.', .' And all excellence blend What's the issue ?" treated'me less, affectionately than formerly ." Then he's an obstinate fool, and word.'
In the mother, wife and friend
'.. As a sacred dower. 'Snear as I can make out, it's a -spent much less of his time deserves to lose you. Stay Who By whom ?'
'. of and 'nother fel with and at times to ?' A cousin of mine.
*.' case incompatibility me, appeared receive was your go-between His name is
'Yon have made life
Than it might my have been more; pure ler," said Grid, sententiously. my approaches, my very caresses, tl :Mr. Jerome.' Jerome. Came to see me the dav I left
4 You have taught me to endure Incompatibility's no cause for di- with indifference, "not to say repug- Hum He is..here, yet, is he?' you, and, advising me precisely the
, And to strive and win. vorce," rejoined his companion, in a nance. This was very hard;: but I He has-come here to I live now same as you did, offered to intercedeon
..: ,: "With You sanctify your simple our days song of praise learned tone. bore it,uncomplainingly, and strove, to Do you see him often ?' my behalf with my wife, who,he
.: And our thoughts to Heaven you raise No. But 'nother feller is." regain my[husband's: love. He was Since his return-yes.' said, was still nourishing her resentment ::
From a world of sin. Let's have the particulars, Gridley. kind and indulgent enough, but in a And you asked him to undertakethis and would probably refuse to
';'. Come, let's quit the dusty town How did you come to get hold of Friendly sort of way, not with the warm delicate and dangerous task ?' see me. He went, and returned with,
'. : With its noise and strife, them ? Has old Briefly been holding emphasis and exuberance of unstinted He advised me to seek a recon- the result I have stated.'
And That seek with the health breezy is down rife. consultation with youa trying to affection. He would sometimes lectureme ciliation, and offered to go to my husband :Was not this man Jerome the
Work is good, and so is play; persuade you to join the firm?" (This on the absurdity of overdemonstra- as his relative, and beseech him origin of your quarrel ?'
F Let us keep our wedding; day with a touch of sarcasm.) tiveness, as he called it, and-and-' not to sacrifice his happiness and mineto He was the immediate cause-
O'er Happy the hills man and and far wife.away, Professional confidence forbids my t{ You lost your temper, I pre- so trivial a quarrel.' though an innocent and unsuspecting
-John George Watts,in CasselFs Family Magazine. -: disclosing the source or extent of my sume ?' inquired :Mr. Briefly. How did he know there was any one. The real origin of our differences
' information. I'm surprised, John I-yes, I tried to conform to his quarrel T was my constant checking of my wife'saffection
A- DIVORCE CASE. Kaiks, that you should ask it," returned views by treating him very coldly for ", I suppose he surmised a part, ,because it seemed too effusive
Gridley, resenting the satirical awhile, and then he accused me of and I could not disguise my unhappiness and trivial in its expression. I forgot-
THE CLEVER WORK OF TWO EAVES- tone of his companion, and determinedto sulking and being childish. He is a at my husband's neglect.' like a blind fool-that she was young,
DROPPING OFFICE-BOYS. punish him therefor. very resolute man, and, when we l Did he know that he was the di- ecstatic, and essentially feminine; that
. Five o'clock in the afternoon. "Oh, come, Grid, don't be crusty? reached this stage, would quietly ignore rect cause of your separation?' she looked upon constant reassuranceof
t. Two boys with ,inky fingers, frowzy Haven't we always been chums? me my'simulated anger with .' I-am-sure-he might have affection as a natural and proper
'! hair, and a leg-weary cast of-of legs, Didn't I give you all the inside facts in out offering .to apologize, or give me guessed. I don't know.' demonstration, and the absence thereofas
f! seated at a small corner table in a Grub vs. Whopper, action for libel ; the smallest opening to resume our Well, what was the result?' indifference and coldness. Then I
. cheap restaurant,discussing their dinners Jilter vs. Yellowleaf, action for breachof amicable unless I abjectly He returned to me with deep am devoid of sentiment, aggressively
i and their employers. promise? I didn't think you'd come sought forgiveness. This I did many sympathy in his voice, and said that practical, and withal intolerant of the
Lawyers' boys, as appears from their the oyster trick on an. old friend like times, until he rather presumed on my I :Mr. Rolph was inflexible ; that he not opposite qualities; it has been one of
J: conversation and a certain way of ad- that." 'coming around,' as he called it-so only declined seeing me, but expresseda my crotchets that deep feeling abhors
' vancing all their opinions and impressions Wellsaid Grid, mollified and much so, that when I was in the right, willingness, not to say :a desire to self-assertion, and only cheap, surface
) no matter how trivial, in a delib- melted by these memories of past con- and he knew it, he would still wait for have me get a divorce as soon as I sentiment finds vent in superlatives.
erate and impressive manner, as if say- fidences, lf I don't mind telling you." me to seek the reconciliation.' chose.' :Moreover, my wife, through youth,inexperience -
I ing: "Now,gentlemen, there is a great (Which was very probable, since he I thought he had more sense,' Then it is your belief that your and a habit of speaking
i deal more in this than you are likely was burning to begin.) "To-day, whileI muttered Briefly. husband wishes a divorce, and that is without reflection, sometimes snowed a
q to comprehend, unless I demonstrate; was putting up books in Mr. Briefly'sroom Thus we went on, growing far- why you come here?' lack of appreciation and perception,towards
tx it." Possibly the result of imitation a heavily veiled lady comes in, ther apart, and all my dreams of hap- Yes, sir. which I was almost brutally se-
; and appreciation of their masters' profundity followed by the ancient himself, who piness seemed to wither and fademylife Are you satisfied of that, and determined vere. Upon my soul, I think it was
-possibly the result of constant says: Please step into my consultation to grow daily more listless and joy- to make no further attemptto because, being mine and part of me, I
.'1 attendance at long and weary chamber, Mrs. Rolph.," That's what less. One day my husband came home see your husband until you meet at could not bear to see her lacking in
! trials,where everybody, from the judge he calls the musty little cubbyholechock bringing a young gentleman' from the i the bar?' anything. Add to this that when she
down, tried to impress the same fact full of papers and dust that East-a distant' cousin of his visitingthis Oh, sir, don't say I must go into was hurt bv* some matter r trivial in my
on everybody else,and, no matter what opens into the office. She took off her coast-who: he informed me,would court and be stared at by cruel, vulgar eyes, or petulant and resentful withoutas -
was the result, everybody went away veil as they went in, and I caught sightof make his home with us during :his people. Pray, pray-spare me that !r I deemed it-any cause, and
convinced that if he had been her face and Thisbe t dear Lucie that is would have
1 permitted -by Pyramus stay. My. preciselywhat when a word from me
I t to demonstrate, or the others had Johnny (that's another one of Briefly'scuss I thought so,' growled Briefly. I do say.' (Aside)-though it smoothed all over, I resolutely refusedto
:; been able to comprehend, all there was words), I never saw a lady so Mr. Jerome-that was his' name isn't true. You shall escape the crowd. speak it, believing that my obstinacy -
: in his view of the matter, everybodyelse beautiful-not even at the Varieties!' -being entirely unoccupied and unac- We'll have the doors closed, and- was wholesome discipline.ould '
r.:1 would have thought as he did. Her physiog-that's what Briefly callsa quainted, passed much of his time at andThere, don't fret and make to God my eyes had ,been opened be-
"Anything more, gentlemen?" inquired face-was one of those smooth, soft, our house, and with me. He was very yourself unhappy, dear child.' fore it was too late I am growing
l the waiter, as the boys approached peachy ones, with the daintiest curveto agreeable, intellectual and companionable Then I got down off the ladder, unmanly. There no more to be said,
: the end of their first and her cheeks, and long, curling lashes.I and showed me much more defer- and tipped into the next room, and and I leave the matter in your hands.
only course. couldn't see her eyes-they may be ence than my own husband. Aboveall that's the whole story." It is not necessary for me to appear, I
New York plum pudding for two- brown, or black-brown I should say- he seemed to sympathize with me "It's a stunner, Grid, as far as it suppose ?'
and mind, plenty of sauce," said the but I'll bet a double allowance of pud- in our unfortunate discords and, in goes. Let's be away. I'll see what I '' Well-er-no, not necessary,butI
thinbodied'young gentleman, who ding that they're lovely; and, as for the most delicately respectful manner, can find out about the other side, and would prefer to have you with me in
4 wore glasses, and had his hair cut soy her figure-well, that :Mademoiselle wished that he could open Mr. Rolph's unbosom to you subsequently." (Thento court. It might-er-might become
short that it looked like it was set out Corryveechy, who swung in the trapezeat eyes to the treasure that was drifting the waiter.) "Check!" indispensable.'
. in rows, with apple-orchard precision. the circus, wouldn't come near her away from him, because he was too s y I shall not resist the suit, you
t Any new cases in your firm to-day, if-if she was dressed for the trapeze. negligent .or, indifferent to foster it. A week later, and without being in- know.'
i:, Grid?" continued the speaker, pouring She seemed to be kind of troubled Something in his speech jarred on me vited, we again intrude at a restaurant No, but-but I'd rather you'd at
!to a glass of water out of a dingy, long- and ashamed to be seen there, by the -how dared he, a stranger, to remarkon banquet presided over by :Messrs. tend ; it would be-er-more satisfac
necked decanter, and holding it up to way she hurried into the cubby-hole, our estrangement, and assume thatI Kaiks and Irons. After a critical and tory.'
".. the light as if it were wine. and when the ancient shut the door was losing my love for my husband? reflective survey of the bill of fare, Mr. As you wish. Only, for the sake
Hardly worth mentioning," replied after 'em he didn't notice that the Still, he seemed so earnest and sincere Irons has selected a round of beef and of pity, have it over, and let me go
,' the other, carelessly. Got a spank- transom was open. that I did not resent it, and then-it string beans (consisting of considerablemore away-away from my thoughts-my
,. ing fee in the case of Flint vs. Stone, My ladder was against the book- may have been by a covert suggestionfrom round than beef, and more string memory-if I can'
which old Briefly argued in S'preme case nearest the door, and when I him, or prompted by my own'des than beans), while Mr. Kaiks, who is Then they left, and I crawled in
Court last :Monday." climbed up it to put away a book I peration, I formed an evil resolve-I more delicate in his taste, orders lamb the window, pretty stiff, I can tell you
"How much?" queried the first could hear as plainly as if I were in would exhibit a preference to his soci- chops and young asparagus, both of from hanging out so long."
speaker. the same room. Well, I was longer ety whenever I could, and strive by which appear more advanced in years "Johnny," said Gridley, thought
I "Oh, I can't say-bookkeeper told putting up that book than I have beenin this means to arouse my husband's than their names would indicate. fully, .* that fellow Jerome is playinga
me not to mention it." (I suspect dusting the whole library, and fears-perhaps,'his waning devotion. By the by, Johnny,". said Mr. crooked game."
' that the bookkeeper neglected to men- Briefly says that's long enough to ren- How I did this need not be told here, Irons, "anything new in Rolph vs. Sure as taxes," said Mr. Kaits.
tion it to the young gentleman.) der me a fixture that would pass with but the deep black wrinkle in my hus- Rolph?" He's evidently hard hit with the
Rather a dull day for us otherwise," the realty-whatever that means. band's forehead, when. he observed it, That's just what I was coming to, plaintiff (and that's not surprising, for
he went on. Only one or two trumpery Mr.: Briefly,' she says, in a shaky frightened :me. ,He did not rave or if your Honor pleases, as our governor she's a beauty, I tell you), and hopes
two hundred and ninety-nine dol- kind of voice, like Heneryett in the storm, but called me into his study, remarks when the Court reminds him that. this divorce will open a way for
lars and ninety-nine cents j justice court I Two Orphans,' when you came to and said, in a deep, cold? horribly) calm of something he had forgotten. Grid, 1m."
cases, and'a divorce which promises toI. my father's house three years ago to manner, that through -my petulance, there's something decayed in the Stateof ." That's .an indisputable presump-
be interesting, though there's hardly see-me-married, you little thoughtI childishness, and unreasonable exac- Denmark, and if we don't expose it tion, Gridley ; but how can we show
I. enough money in 'em for the firm." little thought-that before three tions I had done much to destroy that we deserve to be expelled from the legal him i up without giving ourselves
And he turned his attention to the brief years had elapsed, I should come perfect love and confidence that should profession." away?"
slab of mottled grindstone which, thinly to you on such a dreadful errand- exist between us; that by constantly That's what I certainly would be That's the question. Can't you
:, smeared with molasses, and covered' with such a story of unhappiness, mis- evincing groundless fears and anxieties if old Briefly knew: I'd ,been listeningto draw on the resources of that fertile
; with sweetened paste, bore the proud ery and neglect. She gave a kind of I concerning a matter which should be ,his consultations, continued Grid- legal mind and suggest some way sos
? title of.New York plum pudding. choking sob, as if she were trying to I beyond, doubt or question:-a man's ley. Tell us what it'is anyway." we can confess on him without confessing
: Quite a coincidence !I" ejaculated keep from crying, and I heard the an- love for his wife-I had, to some ex- "To-day-a little gravy,,please-I on ourselves?" .
: his companion, pausing meditatively cient say, in a fatherly tone: 'Why, tent, transformed my shadow into a was leaning out of'Mr. Surrey's win- S'pose we make a clean breast ofit
over a spoonful of this mixture. Our my dear Lucie, you are nervous and reality. These things he had marked dow; I dropped my penknife on the to the governors?" said :Mr. Kaito-
"i governor took a divorce to-day. First unstrung. There, there, I guess it's with infinite pain and regret, but whenI windowsill, and it rolled on a little Risky."
4: time I ever knew him to do such a not so very bad. Go on quietly, and deliberately stooped to so despicablea ledge out of reach. So I got on the Not so very, because I've got an
f thing; considers'em low-which they tell us this dreadful story ; let us see ,test as'to make my husband jealous sill after it. While I was there, Sur- idea that they're' in hopes that things
'1 are,for a fact-but interesting-very." if I cannot reduce its terrors. We law- -when I gave a stranger and the rey comes in with, a client, shuts the will come straight when the parties see
"WhyMby Castor and Pollocks, yers, you know, have a knack'of mak- world the right to drag my name in inside shutter and leaves me standing' each other, else, why did they both insist
I Johnny' ing large crimes seem 'small-when the dust for the sake of a foolish melo- outside. Take a seat, :Mr. Rolph,' he on bringing 'em into court? Theyare
Castor and Pollux?" de- we're for the defendant.. Come, whatis I, dramatic experiment had forfeited says ; 'and when I heard the name I not wanted."
ij'd'Vho's.- manded Johnny",suspiciously. In the this ,shocking errand of yours? 'his respect, sacrificed his honor, and concluded to keep quiet and wait. I '. That's true," replied Grid."W'en
;!i legal business? I Itt alienated his affections. Therefore, he hope you have a good report to make maybe it'll come straight without us.
Oh, I dunno 1 That's the way old scratch had'sought this interview to say that : to-day?' The governor spoke kind of We'd better wait till the last moment
, :Briefly swears when wants peopleto with it!' we must part. He would go away to anxious, and waited breathlessly for before taking any chances."
J to think.he's some, rejoined Mr. Grid- 'Mr. Briefly; she says, choking some Eastern city, or ,to Europe, and I the reply. I got a peep at the stranger But suppose it's not arranged,andwe
... ly Irons-familiarly known as Grid, I again, I-I cannot, say it-my hus could take steps to free myself, if I through the shutters, and saw a tall, see things coming'to a crisis, Wouldyou
Gridirons, and Irons. But, I say, band no longer loves me-I am wretched I chose ; until I chose, the world.should well-built man, with a short black get up in court and peach on your
:'s'pose it should l be the same case ? unhappy, heart-broken-oh, dear : know nothing from him of our unhappy beard and,mustache.; His face looked self?" ,
.:-. What's the parties?," old friend,pity and help me-we must relations. I-I was too proud and reti.e' careworn, and he spoke with an effort. I will if you will,"


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THE FLORIDA :MIRROR: ;SEPTEMBER 5;' 1885.

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"Done !I" forted by the example of his colleague, Extract From a Private Letter. SEWING 'MACHINES, IT, STANDS A'L TIlE IIEAD.r':

> ,* began without 'much trepidation : Regarding Dr. DavidKennedy's. Favorite ,;....
; the writer Prof...A. ,tt. Chandler, ',
,
Remedy ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES -: ; .
:
,
Another dinner table-not in a If.your Honor please,I was made Principal of the. Academy,. Brookhaven, I -, ,;, ..
'
three-for-two restaurant this time, but acquainted with the foregoing"facts by Miss., says: "I suffered from torpidity of 1.For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO The LightRunningTJDOffiaSTIC'J: .K\f' :):
the (liver and bowels and paralysis. used .
the dining-room of his Honor, Grid Irons-- >,;
in cosy the*Favorite Remedy' for two months and
.
,
Portly (of department some- Who ?' said I. .. ..
Judge am now able to uses my side, which for two .
thing-or-otlier), who has no sooner I beg pardon-by Mr. Gridley months and am now able M use my side, of every description', and : : '

kissed his comfortably matronly Irons, who has just taken his seat, and which for a long time had been like a pieceof ,ATT'ACHU NT8 S ,for any Sewing' Machine, !

under spouse his when the defendant to officeI dead flesh. ,My general health was never for sale. i................................-......................-........___.,
and tucked a snowy napkin came our letter than at present." "

benevolent chin, than he begins,: happened to be standing outside the y-.Old Machines repaired. at moderate

;t :My: dear, I've had a remarkable window sill, and overheard his consul- prices. This cut shows the new style of wood work

experience to-day-one of those extra- tation with Mr. Surrey. He stated $500,000 A YEAR. Corner Third HENRY and IIOBEIX Ash Streets., that the company is now introducing.

ordinary incidents which relieve the pretty much the same thing you have S Fernandina. Fla.

monotony of the law-soup, please. heard, excepting that he blamed him- .

When the bailiff finished his untelligi- self for the dissensions with Mrs. Rolph, .STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN, R. S. SCHUYLERARCHITECT.,

bie jargon, purporting to announce the and reproached himself bitterly for his NATIONAL AND UNITED STATES :

opening of my court, this morning, andI obstinacy and severity. Then he told AND CANADA EXPRESS COM : ;

I glanced] over the calendar, the first Mr. Surrey that in compliance with PANIES. TROY,'N. Y.
Rolph action his counsel and the dictates of his own The strength of Rome lay not in her multitude DESIGNS FOR BUILDING OF ALL
Rolph vs. ,
beading was in her grain-laden fleets. These
nor with Plans, Detail:: for divorce. Nothing remarkable about heart, he had humbled himself before were elements of strength, but her- never- and Superintendence. ,

that, you think? No ; but l hear the his injured wife, and besought her to failing resource lay in the self-control and -- -.--- -. -_ -
side the plaintiff, as pardon his harshness, and come backto discipline of Roman soldiers. Discipline /
On
rest.: one was it is the very soul to all the wonderful( mean 0 1885 1t t
beautiful a woman, my love, as-as his heart I' ing possessed by the word. veteran." Mr.

Y'Jurself-and apparently in greatjjriel' "The plaintiff rose, and leaned Benedict, of Troy,is a veteran in the express Rose Leaf Fine Cut t
table in business. "Thirty-three years." he ;
She was attended by an old against a trembling every
; said to your reporter "-I've stood at this '
friend and class-mate, Briefly, who limb. desk." It is the discip1iIl'"ol'j'ears" of experience Navy Clippings
watched the defendant: anxiously, as if 1'l He went"on to say that his efforts which gives him tlie position he holdsin and Snuffs ,
developments from had been unsuccessful ; that she had the trust and esteem of these three great I

him.expected On the some other side, and near the sent him word fo the effect that she $500,000 corporations a year "and'\Ve I've have been a absent business from of Ii i c / i 1

defendant stalwart, stern-looking would never see him again ; that she this office hardly a month in all that time,
discredited his and would although I must confess that many times .
sat Mr. Surrey a rising penitence, J jcar '
man- young
I've worked here when suffering great pain, 'I
to the courts for relief. Af4TINtPG
attorney, who has only been at the appeal for I've been troubled all my life with biliousness Artistically Kcautiiul.
bar about ten years. lIe eyed the The name of the messenger was : : and dyspepsia. My system had be- EM-L

plaintiff as narrowly as :Mr. Briefly did Mr. Jerome, That's all/if your Honor. come so reduced and weak that disordered. I had no JTRY1 = Without a Ic r. F
appetite, and my digestion wholly "
his client. Each of these gentlemenwas please. I've tried various remedies, but almost IN ITS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION rt
attended by his office-boy, and, No one heeded his last sentence ; two years ago I happened to hit upon Dr.
them the court-room was emp- the defendant strode across the court- Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY. After WILL FIT. IT HAS NO RIVAL !

beyond ty. Mr. Briefly, got up and stated the room to the plaintiffs side, opened his stronger using only in one every bottle way.or The so great I began difficultyhas to feel T H EY ARE STYLISH. The new lines of attachment that are ,

case in a few words, keeping his eyeon arms mutely, and she flung herself been with my digestion, but this seems WILL PLEASE YOU. now being placed with each ''Dome tic"
his breast. Well dear to regulate it perfectly. I have sir great THE are specialties. No other machine has them
the defendant all the while then sobbing on ,my ,
; I These attachments and the new wood-work f
:Mr. Surrey replied that his client it required several minutes for your have Dr. Kennedy's bought and FAVORITE given a great REMEDY.deal of :It to I MEN'S FINE SHOES make the Domestic"more than ever,witb- t

made no opposition, and admitted the I foolish old husband to get his spectacles the poor around here ; those, you know, out question, ; ,. 'f

allegation of desertion, which was the clear enough to see through, and who have no money to buy medicine of any HAND-MADE The Acknowledged Standard of
kind, for there are a great many troubled .
I noticed old friend Briefly blowing -
He seemed to be disappointedas my
charge. with bilious diseases and suffer on withoutaid. GOODYEAR WELTS
he sat down, and both plaintiff and his nose, and silently shaking hands I always keep FAVORITE REMEDYin '; 6 Y: Excellence.FOR "fi1j

defendant turned their pale, rigid facesto with the thin-bodied boy in a painfully the house. I consider it. the best medi- 'rq y MACHINE -
vigorous manner. cine for the blood in the market. Well, I f y SEWED.
the Court. for the western SALEBY-
must attend to the matter
Gentlemen,' said I, of course you As for Surrey, he acted as boys part of the city. Say, you tell the Doctor I ,yRticT'

are aware that I must have proof of will act-threw up his hat, and told am coining: down to Rondout to see him in gOSrONf HENRY HOBEIN, l'
these matters beyond the mere admis :Mr. Kaiks that he was a prying, inquisitive August. I want to know him." I left the
in health
veteran still at his post, rejoicing FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
sions of the parties; that being pro- eavesdropping, clear-headed, nd grateful to Dr. Kennedy. ,

duced, I will grant the decree. kind-hearted, praise worthy young MADE BY -

Just at this moment I noticed scamp, and if he ever caught him lis- .REGULATION HATHAWAY SOULE & HARRINGTON. Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.

that Mr.: Briefly's office-boy appearedto tening at the window he'd throw him FORBIDDING TIlE CULTIVATION OF ALWAYS RELIABLE. Address,
LANDS OR LOTS WITHIN TIlE LIMITS These goods are made in all the Leading Style
be undergoing some violent convul- out and-raise his salary. OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA. and Sold Every where by first-class dealers. We DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
first-class stock and bat skilled
roe
employ none
sion, and when I concluded he got up, But what made that 'Ir.whafshis IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD workmen.As we have had more and longer experience RICHMOND, VA. :
stumbled forward, and stood speechlesswith name?-'Ir. Jerome such a vil- BE of Health for the County of Nassau, in of.oodyenrWelts MEN'S It'INESHOES.lt than acknowledged any other manufacturers by-- :

terror and embarrassment. He lain?" asked Mrs. Portly, tasting her :Florida, That no person or persons shall be all HATHAWAY.that we take SOULE the I lead.& HAURINGTON Ask your dealer SHOE for the if Mott's Sweet Cider at lOc. a quart, at
with cold tea. permitted or allowed to plant, turn up or you are looking for a K WX|nrrfcle at a medium price. JACOB KLARER'S. '
was a queer-looking. ii youngster, i a U rJ11. th' '4-'I..n4- ,"""nrl '""" disturb the soil or surface of any lot or.lands. :
long, thin head, and he wore glasses, emarry same U1Un LililU U1U.U.C .LUC within the corporate limits ot the City ot,
which made him resemble a prema- you, my dear," replied his Fernandina, for any purpose, or to plant or. ;.f '
cultivate such'lot'or'Jahd3 after the first: .'
Honor.-The Argonaut. any rr
turely" aged self. ._ __h___ of May and'before the tenth day of November 'If.
If-if-your Honor p-please, he Traveler's Guide of any year: and any person or persons "
stammered. violating this regulation shall be dealt with :

Mr. Briefly, recovering from his TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. according to law: Provided. That this regu- '
FAMILY GROCERIES !
lation is not to be construed as forbiddingthe
! astonishment, sternly ordered him to Day Passenger Train leat'esForCeda.rKeyand'Vildwoodalld- cultivation of flowers or planting grasson

! sit down. premises occupied by the owner.
all points on Transit Road..10.25 a. m.
July 29, 1885.
r Gently, gently, dear sir said Approved "
my Savannah and all points North H. E. DOTTERER.
a I ; 'let him speak.1 and West...............................10.25 a. ni. President pro tem.
(l Your Honor,' said he, somewhat (connecting at Callahan.) II. J. BAKER. Secretary. '
For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all WHITNER" SCHUYLER
reassured, 'I think I can give you points on the Florida Central &

some evidence in this case, which, Western Railroad................ ...10.25a.m. MARX HELD & C .

though I came by it in a very unpro- (connecting at Baldwin.) IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF

fessional way, is of great importance.I Day Passenger Train arrives
From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
was in Mr. Briefly's private room all points on the Transit Road... 4.35
p. m. JpLOWEXlgFEATHERS Have opened at the new and elegantly fitted Store,
when that lady came to see him first I From Savannah and all points in

about getting a divorce, and by listen- the North and \Vest................. 4.35 p. m. AND
From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
ing near the transom I heard every all points on the Florida Central ,

word she said.' & Western Railroad................ 4.35p.m. 600 & 602 New York. o. 47 C 1'7TFI.E: ; STFt.JEEcr: : : ,
\ 'ell, what then?' said I. Night Passenger Train leaves Broadway, .

She told him that owing to vari- For 'VittIVuod........................... G.OOp. m. Pay the Highest Market Price for all kindsof
For Savannah and all points North Bird Skins, Egret White Crane, Heron-
ous disagreements with her husband, and West................................ 5.30 p.m. Plumage etc. Ship Direct to New York.
A full line of Goods, carefully selected for family use:
and his and towardsher
sternness severity (connecting at Callahan.) Can use only large quantities. Express charges
she began to fear he didn't care Night Passenger Train arrives must be prepaid on sample packages. S
for her and From Cedar Key Wildwood, and
any more, was very un-
all the Transit Road... .
points on 8.50 a. m.
happy ;, that she was petulant and ex- From Savannah and all points in

acting, while he was rigid and un- the North and West................. 8.50 a. m.
yielding, forcing her to abject apol- From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and fINE GOCERIE i m AND COFFEE
all points on Florida Central & travel and sell the trade the staple and cela
ogies whenever a difference arose, and Western Railroad..................... 8.50 a. m. Cigars Tobaccos and Cigarettes of the ,
WYORK&HAVANA CIGAR COMPANY. Liberal
in fit of she
finally, a desperation, arrangements. SALARY or COMMISSION
FEIINAXDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. paid to the ,
right man. For terms address at once. 'benttonthig
his
sought to arouse jealousy by pre- Train leaves daily, except Sunday paper NEW YORK&IIA ANA CIGA(CO.,

tending an attachment for a cousin of For Jacksonville......................... 7.00 a. m. 57 Broadway, New York.

Mr. Rolph's, who was staying at their For Jacksonville ........................ 3.30 p. in. I Pure Spices, Canned Goods, ,.;
Train arrives 17-pH .
home. The cousin was a Mr. Jerome.' From Jacksonville daily..,.except..........Sunday....:....11.18 a. m. EI G INE'S' I SIG. c .' ,

(I noticed both plaintiff and defendantstart. From Jacksonville....................... 7.10 p. in. r.
Most economical and durable. in the
.)) The result of this was some Sunday only- market, considered. SAW Cheapest MILLS, CORN '\ "
bitter From Jacksonville ....................10.20 a. m. SHELLERS quality CIDER BULLS\ COTTON PLANTERS -
very words from Mr\ Rolph,.and From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40 p. in. AND STANDARD IMPLEMENTS GEN
a which continued until ......... .. .. Send Belles and Diiei Fruits Nuts
separation, ,a For Jacksonville ......... G.50 a. m. ERALLY. for catalogue Imported aliG
fc\v weeks ago, when Mr. Rolph came For Jacksonville ........................ 5.15 p. m. A. FARQUH&R, ,
back this and she resolved MALLORY LINE.
to city, to Pennsylvania Agricultural Works York Pa.
For New York direct, by steamships !
send for him beseech his -- -- ---
forgiveness, .
State of Texas or City of .
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and tell him how dearly she had loved San'Antonio,Thursday evening 7.00 p.m. College of PliysicianslSnrgeons "
him through all their differences.' From New York direct by City of : ', r,,.!, -.il,
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The defendant his feet and ,. .
(leaned sprang to every Friday........................... 3.00p.m. This School offers to Medical Students unsur- r -
eagerly forward.) The boy ST. MAINS RIVER. passed Clinical and other advantages. Send fora : )- ', .
went The who took Catalogue to Dr. THOMAS OPIE Dean ':".
on : gentleman Steamer'Martha leaves Centre street dock- ,. -
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this message was :Mr. Jerome, the cousin -. For St.Iarys and Crandall,Tuesday : ..
and :Friday .e..................... 3.00 p.m. and : h
who !
professed a desire to reconcile : For St. Marysand Dungeness, onWednesday iNIVERSITYJF IffiGMAT Toilet Soap Perfumery, ..i., < .
the parties, and he returned with the and Saturday......... 2.00 p. m. : _' --,'J.'

information that Mr. Rolph spurnedher For Sty Clary's and King's Ferry, Best Brands Family .Hour, : ; .t.--.t.'Choice :

advances: and was desirous of get- Monday and Thursday............ 8.00 a. m. DEPARTMENT OF EMia11 31EElFilNG. ,.
Steamer Martha arrives Analytical Geology r "
Complete courses Chemistry, ; '
ting a( divorce. It "was under this impression From St..Marys and Crandall on and Civil, and Mining Engineering. For ; ',:' .. ::.:. : Butter and Cheese., .;,
:: that she came to :Mr. Briefly, Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. Catalogue, apply (P.O. University of Virginia) to :. '. .' ,: '
and she; and seemed From St; Marys and Dungeness, DR. JAMES F.iHARRISON', Chairman. ':'; \.'. : f-: ': '-:':.,! .
unhappy ; .
wept -
at his cruel Now very if j on Wednesday and Saturday.... 9.00'3. m. ---, -;. .. ;: t: "." ',_' &t\ .- .1 4i,;::r, "' Hams, Bacon, Laid etc.
response. your From St. Mary's and King's Ferry, send'for our Select LL-t of ;
Honor will hear the statement of my Tuesday and Friday................ 2.00.p.m. ADVERTISERS Geo. -Rowell & Co.,' : oJ. -

friend, Mr. John Kaiks, the story"zvili I 10 Spruce Street, dew York.. ;ff; r;V-/- : ;$;
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be
complete. Dissolution of Copartnership.rpHE i JSrO CUB..E" 3XTO. :JA."7'_ : : f
At which he sat down and ,Mr. partnership heretofore existing between "
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JL the late Charles Angel his heirs : :. CIGAR.SA.ND: : : ::>: ;;{
Briefly stared at him' in hepless, wonder and Emil,O. Friend, under the firm name .,"',: '",,; "" ...,. TOBAoaof': : :.," /\. ',, ;
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-who proved to be Mr., Surrey's office- tinue the business, collect all bills and pay RELIEVES in AT a few ONCE.hoars.Cures Gives inflamed AO I-AIIV.Price and. : t L<.: : > : .. .. ; : i. .:.U vA, H
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boy stumbled to his feet, and, com- all Fernandina debts. Fla., May EMIL 1st,O.1885.FRIEND. .-. 'DICKEY,25 cents& ANDEKSON n bottle. ,Askforit.Frop'ts Bristol, Tenn. .- ,Free' ,?::Delivery. :, :JPrcsli Supplies'eekly. > ':'.'f !:; marS.

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THEFLOKIDA J MIRKOU. cept County Commissioners. Those : TIlE CENSUS OF 1885-WHAT IT man, who keeps a large herd, says one of New Advertisements.-

who wished all judicial officers appointed INDICATES.We the best average rations he has tried is: .

p GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. have concession given shall soon be able to know 'One quart of Indian meal, two quarts TilE UNIVERSITY OF TIIE SOl"rn
" of located at SEWANEE, TENN.,
each oat' meal and wheat bran, and one upon
..1 what has(been the increase of Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet above he
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. them that the Circuit Court judges, popu- pint of oil meal. This 'should be mixed level. This school,under the special the sea
the lation in Fonda' since 1880. Someof I with about bushel of cut and of the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal patronage
who decide nine-tenths of cases half a hay_ in the South: and Southwest,offers the T h'ath.'n..
Office corner Centre.and First streets,second floor into shall be the southern counties have in- well moistened with water before feeding..' residence and the best advantages, both
brought
t litigation: so and educational, in its Grammar 11O {
School j
creased less than had He gives this ration night and morning-to its Collegiate and i and
'i RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten appointed by the Governor and con- rapidly we Theological Department For
: cows of medium size-in addition to what the special claims of this University for
:1 cents a line for the first, and five cents for firmed the Senate. Those who supposed, while in others the in- age,apply for documents to the Rev. patron-
J'/ each subsequent insertion. by hay they may eat, of which clover,is best, if 1I0DGSOY. Vice-Chancellor, Sewanee,Tenn.\1R:
. Special local notices, 15 cents a line. feared the electing of county officers, i crease has been very considerable.We cut just as it is coming into blossom, and

Reading notices,25 cents' a line. especially County Commissioners, note particularly the increase in cured so that all the leaves adhere to the of

, Special J rate for time advertisements upon application who have over county rev- Alachua and Orange counties. The stems when transported the barn and Uipersitij Georgia
at the office.Communications. power
stowed smaller
away. ;Larger or cows require ,
enue taxation and school former now leads the list,in:population A..IUNS,
county correspondingly less or more. Of ; ; GA-
I upon all matters of local inter
est solicited from alf parts of the county and from revenues, have the concession given having upwards of 26,000which course, when in good pasture,or abundantly
P. H. :MELL
along the lines of Florida railways. them that County Commissioners is increase of thirty per cent. in soiled.,neither meal nor bran is necessary,- P.P., LL.D., Chancel! ;.

All communications intended for publication shall be appointed by the Governor five years, although only a fraction of but if cant, then they should be fed what- The 85 th Session opens WEDNESDAY 6'h
Full
4 should be addressed to the Editor: all business ever they may need of these to keep up the October., courses of instruction in hand tt
z r letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROB. and moreover,that all county officers the county-has been heretofore. con-' flow of milk. It would be better to grind Chemistry(ll'nceSpeCIal, Physics, Agriculture courses ,in Law Engineernr and )letf.cine. .

; shall give bond for the faithful per- sidered suitable for orange growing.It the corn and oats together: ,at the rate of one except TUITION Law and Medicine.LAfflAR FREE .in aU departments(;

SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1885. formance of the duties of their office. will, no doubt, maintain its lead., bushel of the former to two of the latter, and COBB, Sec'y Board of Trustees

Duval comes next in the list then mix three quarts of this provender to
Both sides have moreover the ad- county ,
SHALL WE RATIFY THE NEW two quarts of wheat bran and one pint of NOTICE OP RE JI OVAL.
its increase has beenmuchless.
' although
CONSTITUTION? vantage, under the revisedConstitution : oil meal for the ration. Instead of oil meal -

It is quite proper that the revised of being able to bring up before Orange(,'county! will show a some,substitute_ cotton seed meal, but the R.- -G.- McQUITTY

Constitution should be rigidly crit- any one session of ,the Legislatureany larger per befit of. increase than any latter does not agree well with all cows ; MERCHANT TAILORHas
other 'Volusia and Polk and being richer and heartier than the for-
county.
removed his business
icised in all its parts. It is a question proposed alterations which public have not increased mer, it might be safer to begin with a gillor Meddaugh's grocery store,to on the Centre rooms over
strict
as rapidly as we .
in which we all have the greatest opinion may seem to demand, half-pint night and morning, and watchits He has received an assortment of seasonable
and supposed, but the influence of the effects before the dose. All goods for gentlemen's wear, and i is
if passed ,by one Legislature increasing prepared
interest. It is,,not a question for upon to make them up to suit all tables
partisanship but for each thoughtful submitting it at the next elec- railways recently built have not been grass for hay for cows should be cut not best style. in the

fully felt. The next five years, we, later than when just coming into blossom ;, .0S-Repairing neatly done.
tion of the
citizen to decide for himself and to a vote people. Fernandina, Fla.,
July 12,18$4.
some dairymen say it is better to cut before
predict, will show a large increase in
; to weigh .the whole matter calmly, The question really is not whetherthe this, and then it will make yellow butter all -
Volusia Brevard Polk and Hernan- JAJIESCONTRACTOR ltlcGIFFIX
' wisely -md judicially. What the revised Constitution is in all respects winter, the same as grass pasture in bum ,
to but whetherit do. In the older counties the in- mer.'*-A.B. Allen, in New York Tribune.J. AND BUILDER.
provisions of the present Constitu- satisfactory us,
crease has been steady and quite
suits better than the
tion are we know. When the peo- us presentone G. KNAPP. Alachua Street, between Second and Third,

ple of the State cast their votes for a which the people and, the press rapid. Columbia. shows a steady
Judge of Limona Hills-
growth, and our own county of Nas- Knapp, FERNANDINA, FLA.
have virtually condemned. We believe -
Convention to revise the Constitution -
I the new Constitution is better sau compares favorably with the rest borough county, has,been reappointed Orders and estimates from a distance cart-
they viuallypassed; a popular I
y I of the State. [The lands in this county corresponding agentof the Agri- fully attended to. 25-tf
than the and-1 should be
vote of; condemnation the present one; '
upon pres- cultural'
Bureau
in
ratified at the polls. are of far better quality than has Florida. The GEO. W. SCHUYLER,
ent Constitution. They have selected -
" been generally supposed. The soil Judge is an excellent writer on agri
their representatives to that Con- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
r. SHERMAN FLAUNTS THE RAGGED is generally underlaid with clay, and cultural subjects, and his experiencein

vention to embody their views as to BANNER. the pine timber which has for so longa Florida is daily giving more valueto Office-Adjoining the County Clerk's office,

I the changes to be made. Both polit- Senator Sherman was called upon period furnished a supply to our his observations. Florida is, in FERNANDINA FLA.

,ical parties were represented, all :. to open the Ohio campaign. What mills, indicates the real strength and some respects, sui generis, and cannotbe ,

parts of the State were represented- note shall he strike to rouse the Republican fertility of the soil. The LeConte generalized upon by the inexperienced WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,
the white belt the black
belt the
I' mind? The old issues were pear ought to do well here, and the newcomer. A peach is alwaysa MERCHANT
South Floridians the Middle ,
Floridians badly tattered and torn ; the tariff orange will succeed, with some care, peach, but it does not follow that COMMISSION-AKD-

1! the East Floridians, and the issue was threadbare, the propheciesof in its earlier the experience of peach growers in
true Floridians. years. .Manufacturer of Southern Pine
J{ ruin in case of National Democratic Delaware or New Jersey necessarily Lumbar,

,. It must be borne in mind that success, depicted with such THE MILK QUESTION IN FLORIDAWe ,shows how to grow peaches in Flor- BY THE CARGO,

: Florida is a State of very diverse industries gloom and wailing in 1884, had all could have an abundance of ida. We have had too much theoryin
For Domestic
;.t. and somewhat diverse .in melted away under the bright calm milk and butter in Florida if we selected the orange business. Practical results or Export Trade,

ii. terests. 'In one portion' of the State of a straighforward, reputable and our stock from among our are reached by systematic experiments. FERNANDINA, FLOKIIU.

# the population is almost exclusivelywhite i decent Administration at Washington. best native cattle, and gave them I .

!., in another portion mixed, He is even compelled to admit nutritious and,abundant feed. The C. C. STRATTON & CO.,

,1 with.a preponderance of white population that President Cleveland is an honest dairymen at the North feed liberally !I Administrator's HEIRS OF' DOMINGO Sale.ACOSTA, OF MACON, GEORGIA,

; and in the central portion, President, and means well; and yet and constantly. Mr. A. B. Allen, a THE, deceased, and all persons interested, MADE THE DIODE ISRO'S,

t.I; and in three or four counties in East something must be done to fire: the distinguished authority on this sub- September will take notice, 1885. or that as soon on the thereafter 15th day as the of HAVE Fla., the author-

E t, Florida, there is a preponderance of Republican heart. Scanty, indeed, ject,gives the following as the rations same can be heard, I, T.A.Acosta, administrator ized Agents to contract for the sale of their
of said estate of Domingo Acosta, deceased
n: negro population. were his resources when he was dealt out. Such an amount of feed- will apply to the Judge of the Cir-- BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .

In the white counties the people obliged to bring out again the bloody ing is, of course, expensive, but it is at cuit chambers Court for sitting the Fourth, fora decree Judicial authorizingthe Circuit, wishing as regards to purchase prices from will them.get all information -

, desire to elect all their county offi- shirt to astonish his hearers with the more than paid for by the quantityand sale by me, as administrator, of the following Samples of different qualities and style
of the milk obtained. It described lands and real estate, sit- can be seen at the office of
cers. In the black belt the white old cry of rebel brigadiers. He had quality uated in the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida -
MODE
ftl is not to importedstock. belonging to said estate, known as the BRO'S,
inhabitants, who pay nearly all the nothing to charge them with partic- necessary procure 26 Fernandina.
I claim of Domingo Acosta on the official surveys -
5 taxes, and who are in a minority in ularly ; the country was moving on We have already good stockin situated in Townships 10 and 11,Southof

votes fearful that and but oh this country, but no stock can Range 27 East, beginning at a wateroakon W. K., UA9JKSTIGHTt
are the calmly prosperously
negroes the right bank of Dunn's Creek, markedX AGENT,
will exercise their power in the election those rebel brigadiers had actually yield paying results without liberal (A), the southwest corner of the survey; ... WHOLESALE AND RETAIL:
thence north 5 east along the west line of
of county officers of their own crossed the bloody chasm, their feeding., Mr.Inglis, of Madison, in this survey 12.38 chains to a post at the intersection BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER,

5 race. whitening locks had been permittedto this State, has: the cotton seed meal 'with the line between Townships ANDDealer
t 10 and 11, South, of Range 27, East, 12.32 in Ice
Again, a difference of opinion ex- be seen in the ranks of American for sale at moderate prices. We have chains east of the northwest and southwest TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
the of meal at corners of said Townships, whence which
means obtaining corn
citizens. Some of
them
isted in reference to the question were even post, a pine, bears south GOo, west 39 links! BROOM STREET WHARF,
whether the State officers-Comptroller holding office. This was a sad griev- home. Our fields, when the corn is and a pine bears north 68, west 18 links, l-tf FERXANDINA. FLA.
.t 51.50 chains to a swamp 71.50 to marsh of
,Treasurer,etc.-should be appointed ance, but there was. still another anda laid by, will yield a heavy crop of St. John's river 75 chains to a post on the -

more terrible one. The rebel States crab grass, which, when well ''cured, bank of the St. John's river, the northwest :. ..L4.rir: ,
by the Governor Cabinet
as corner of this survey; thence south 85 east
officers, or elected by'the people as were increasing in population and and it is easily cured, furnishes hay along the north line of this survey 7.50 :MANUFACTURER OF

votes and these votes counted equal to the best Northern hay. The chains cross marsh to swamp, 17 chains to Tin Sheet-IrOll'VarC
State officers. A still more marked were second hammock, 52.50 across hammock, l

difference of opinion existed in reference and were as good as Northern votes, editor of this paper has now six 60.40 chains a post at the intersection of line AND DEALER IN
between Sections 31 and 32, 23.50 chains
to the mode of selectingjudges, even to the extent of allowing the hands employed in saving a large south of the corner to Sections 29,30, 31 and

whether they should be appointedby majority to rule, instead of the mi crop of crab grass to supply his 'I' 32 west; from 10 links said and post a a black-jack pine bears bears north north 70 PALOJ, FrI G SiHdbUUuiUmOf ,

the Governor and confirmed by nority. It is true, a majority of five wants for the ensuing year. In the 65 east 46'links distant: 90 chains to cypress

thousand in Ohio enabled the Re- winter and early spring Mr. Inglis swamp, 90.72 chains the point of intersection !
the Senate or elected the
directly by with the west line of the claim of Clark &

people. A bare majority of the Convention publicans to exercise the whole political has found no difficulty in having Atkinson, 8.79 chains south 5 west from
the northwest corner thereof 120 chains,
i, could have settled all these power of that State, and the fresh pasturage of rye._ There are across swamp 200 chains to a post, the north fI
its Democrats had nothing to aboutit now many families who have 'dem- east corner of this survey at the edge of the. *
points according to say
own views, swamp; thence south 5 west, along the
but the fact was recognized that their I ; but in a Southern State, when it onstrated that Florida can furnish eastern line of this suruey 69 chains, out of I lr

showed a Democratic there them with all the milk and butter swamp 106.50 chains to hammock, 111.50
majority
irork was not final ; that the electors chains across hammock to swamp, 125

.:. of the State, the voters, had to pass was something wrong about it-the they need. It is quite true that half- chains 29 links to post on the north bank ofDunn's
creek and the southeast of
upon it, and that, any considerable votes of the majority counted two for starved cattle, found out upon the this survey from which a maple tree corner, markedX

number of voters who were opposedto one. It is hardly to be supposedthe piney woods range without other (A) bears north 38 west 28 links distant;
thence down stream .with the meanders of
its provisions could, and probably Republicans of.Ohio are so igno- food than what they can pick up, the right, and north bank of Dunn's creekas

'would, defeat the adoption of the rant, or so stupid, as to swallow-such will live, but will not furnish milk. follows: north 51 west 12 chains, thence
north 83 degrees west 40 chains, thence the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
fallacies but Mr.Sherman In sleek fine cattlein north 62 west 15 chains thence
Constitution. It was, therefore, the had noth- our tours we see degrees ,

I il part of wisdom to endeavor to comfj ing:better to say, and, we suppose, considerable numbers, and hear chains north'300; thence west 14 north chains 18north west 49 12 west chains 14, COOKKG UTESSILS OF ALL KINDS,

|t| promise the differences and come as any way,they would vote the Republican much said of their yield of milk. thence south 68 'west 23 chains 75 links the !i PUMPS
southwest corner of the claim of Clark & LIFT AND FORCE ,
near to an understanding as possi- ticket if they took the troubleto Mr. Papy, General Freight Agent of Atkinson, thence north 59 west 16 chains,

go to the polls..Evidently the the Florida Railway & Navigation south 81 west 25 chains; thence north 72 WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
ble.The political west 37 chains; thence north 69 8 chains,
work of the ,Convention in its ammunition runs low in Ohio. Company, has a young cow which thence' north 5-10 west 10 chains 21 links to DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
at the southwest of this
a post corner survey
final results shows that opposing THE :Michigan: Agricultural College has given him for months three and and place of beginning; containing, by mIN AND IRON ROOFS PUT OS.

four gallons per day. We hope to this survey, 1952.68 acres. Said lands J_ Orders for Tin utters promptly filled-
opinions were recognized and concil; people are testing the vitality of seeds lying beyond the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Wind Mills for pumping water or runninglight
iated. see more attention paid to this sub- i Florida, within which letters of administration erected on order.
buried in sealed boxes six machinery promptly
years ago. I were granted and within the limits for sale
State. Let Church and School Bells
ject throughout our no Factory
| i Those who wished all officers The seeds which thus far prove to of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida at a bargain. -
elected carried their one be discouraged at being told that Also Lots nine (9)) and eleven ((11) in Block ,% Stoves at Wholesale Prices.AU .
{ ; point as to.the have most those of
vitality are
common three
No. Old -
((3), Town, Fernandina, Fla. goods delivered at the various transportation
do well here but
the
cows not do
>; State or Cabinet officers, the judges weeds,' their percentage being try Sale to pay debts. stations within the city free 01
experiment fairly for themselves: T. A. ACOSTA, All sales for cash.
charge. ::
1 of the Supreme Court'and County from ninety to 100, while plant Administrator of the Estate of CORXER STrf
seed'i RATIONS FOR THE DAIRY. BROOME AND SECOND
Courts, and the county officers, ,ex- did not. germinate freely. A most successful butter-making dairy- Fernandina, Fla.Domingo,_August'Acosta 14, 18&,>dec.. 30d ,I Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1881.I .

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Iii fl{(I 1 \\\ III ARE STILL RECEIVING, WEEKLY, LARGE SHIPMENTS OF


DRUGS and! MEDICINES' 1111ff, (( NEW CO ODSll\II\\ l Ir 111 if u





HORSEY &. CO., THAN REGULAR-\.T
PRICES.
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WE ARE ,
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Centre Street.FERNAXDIXAFLORIDA. Plain and Plaid Pique, Victoria Lawns,

Linon de Deccas, etc.



KEEP constantly of FRESH on and hand PUKE a fine assort-FOREIGN [fiI[I DRESS GOODS 1: SUMMER SILKS \ II i'\

: and DOMESTICDrug's '


and Chemicals, Silks Satins NUN'S VEILING, GINGHAMS, SEERSUCKERS, ETC.I

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Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Embroideries and White; SPECIAL '
Hamburg Edgings--.BARGAINS
in these Goods. )
Proprietary and Fancy Goods, jf
A FIXE LINE CLOTHING' FOR MEN, YOUTH AND J

FINE TOILET ARTICLES, SUMMER BOYS ; ELEGANT CUT
FINE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. HEADQUARTERS FOR GEN- ;
3'ERFUMEUY, SOAPS, ETC., ,1iI[ AT \ \\, l FURNISHING GOODS. WE ARE AGENTS FOR BROWNING, KING

," \' I CUSTOM SUITS MADE TO ORDER; FIT GUARANTEED.
IN GREAT VARIETY. i


j'3* Physicians'! Prescriptions -TO IN MAKE EVERY ROOM FOR FALL DEPARTMENT STOCK. I'I'J

irefully compounded with pure Drugs,at I
>.reasonable prices. In : -Orders by mail promptly attended to, and all orders amounting to ten dollars and "

...... >_-1-. -........ SHADES, FREIGHT PREPAID. :.ojtr.

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F )lTnTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NASSAU of Spring of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
COUNTY THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
FLORIDA.
Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
ALONZO B. NOTES, 1 Line, having no Transfers between Feriiaiitliiia and New
('S. offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION. TO SHIPPERS OF
Glia ,
..ELLEY E.S. WADLEIGir,and II/& >iccry.A VEGETABLES, and others.
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JOHN II. ". DLELGJl. traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR
: BILL HAVING BEEN FILED IN in order ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
the above entitled cause, and process intend at FEIWANDIffA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE-
"gularly issued therein, and it appearing for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
:that the defendants Ellen E. S. Wadleigh.Aiid stock OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT .
; John H. Wadleigh reside beyond the and Shoes, for ALL STATIONS and GJJLF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the i
limits of the State of Florida, to wit, in one RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD '
of the United States.It WEIR.

is therefore ordered that the defendants, THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.
Ellen E. S. Wa AVadleigh, do appear in the said Circuit freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

Court and demur, plead or answer the said R. 'V. SOUTII1VICK, Agent,
dill on or before the first Monday in December --- FERNANDINA, .
but
: next, A. I). 1885. otherwise the statements ; are MALLORY & CO.,
averments and charges in said bill sale. They Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
contained will be taken as confessed and a4cree
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pro confesso entered therein in con- houses iii

jSarmity to the rules regulating such causes. ing; they GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
July 8th, 1885.
JOHN A. EDWARDS,
Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau Co., Fla.
EL DOTTERER
} rnaldinll;_Fla., July 11, 1885. 3m { 4

In the Circuit,Court, ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE: AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU:) however,
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KLYIRA. C HORSEY, EMILY need of { FAMILY GROCERIES }
A. NOYES, E. P. NOYES: 1
and CHARLES: A. NOYES, I 1 -I1 -
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ELLEN S. WADLEIGH JOHN I III. ,

.WADLEIGH,and ALONZO J NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT: OF
B. NOYES.A I
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the above entitled cause, and process (' for less IMPORTED GROCERIES.
Togularly issued therein, and it appearing: .
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Kllen E. S. Wadleigh and John H. Wad- Y SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
leigli, reside beyond the limits of the State ;'. ..:
of Florida, to wit., in one of the United '".'-' .
AND OF GOOD
States.It '. >J'.: QUALITY
is therefore ordered that the said defen- ; -
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John II. Wadleigh, do appear in the said 1.?'
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statements averments and charges in said < +
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and a decree pro confesso entered therein iii ',' '"" ..:;., : : BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED.
conformity to the rules such .' : : :
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JOHN A. EDWARDS '.' ; ; : : ; : '
Clerk Circuit urt,Nassau Co., Fla. .-Ti-V- -I
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fi! GEXERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff G. W. Epperson, Lake Butler. I MADISON COUNTY.

d I Collector 'of Revenue Bunberry Haynes,, County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi WHOLESALE AND RE-TAIL.
United States Officers.LAND Starke. son.
Superintendent of Sctiools-J. L. Hill, Lake
OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-S. A. Parramore, :Madison. '
tt Butler. Clerk John M. BMadison:
Regl.8tcr-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville.
a Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BREVARD COU.r"TY.County Superintendent. of Schools Samuel' J. Perry,
Surveyor-General F. McClellan. Judge-James A. ,McCrory, City Madison. ,
Point. County Treasur $..S. Smith, Madison.
1t DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Ret'C1lueB. V. Wadswofth, .rr. =ti _- Ey'i Y.F' _

.;I 1 Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff M. E. English, Titusville. Madison ., -
c. Jars/tal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. F. Reed,Titusville. MANATEE E COUNTY _
Clerk---Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John- H. Laws,
I. Point. County Judge-John G. Webb, Manatee.
INTERNAL EEVENUE. City Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.

Collector-S. C. Thompson, Jacksonville. CALHOUN. Sherij}-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. .

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Judge William" Clark. Collector of Revenue-Henry E. Carlton. T ( --- .
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Ckrk-James S. Fannin. Fort Green. -"'-- ,.!"
John W. Howell, Fernandina. -2 "'; "
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:i1 Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, 1'L
Richards. t ,
Treasurer-J. P. .-
Pine Level. 'rC yfi Y/
F. House St. Augustine.
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Collector of Ret'enue-Joel Atkins. MARION COUNTY.
+ Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Coxwell. .
State Officers. County Judge-J. II. Williams, Ocala. T
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CLAY COUNTY. = JJ "Y !
I Clerk Robert Bullock, Ocala. W J{f

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County .Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange -heritf-B. T. Williams Ocala.

.i GOt'eTnor-Edward A. Perry, Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Ret'C1Lle"T. P. Trantham, ;
Llcideiwiit- Governor Milton II. Mabry, Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. Ocala.
t Lecsburg.; Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of. Schools M. L. Payne,

,.. Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. ,
Revenuef. J. Wilson, Green
lahassuc. Collector of MONROE COUNTY.
Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall,
V'Hgptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.
County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.
McRae.
Troo$1trer-E. S. Crill.AttorneyGeneralC. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key*West.. ,
M. Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West .
W. M. Ives Jr. Lake City. -. .- ; ..,. ... >
see' County Judge- Collector of 't'enue-lason'' S. Moreno, SOUTH PUa.co.rrrera -
Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Key West. '

Superintendent of Public Instrlt.ction-A. J. Sheriff G. P. Farwell, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key
( Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-\\". Payne, Lake City. West. At :Be
A General-David Lang. W. A. Sheffield 1uY9
'. djutaut- Superintendent of Schools NASSAU COU TY.CountyJudgeIlinton )
SUPREME COURT. Lake City.
DADE. J. Baker, Fernan- DEALER IN
Chief Justice Geo. G. McWhorter. dina.

Associate Justice-George-P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES
Associate Justice-It. B. Van Valkenhurgh, Sheriff Win. M. Mettaur. Assessor of Tares-Win. H. Garland, Fer ,
Jacksonville. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. nandina. and Grain Stores
Hay Ship
Tallahassee. Charles Peacock. ,
r Clerk-D. Wilson, Collector of Revenue- Cull
CIRCUIT JUDGES. DUVAL COUNTY. nandina. .

First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,

sacola.Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville.Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. Evergreen.County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan- CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE

see. Sheriff Henry: D. Holland. Jacksonville. dina. .
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Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor'of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY.

Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando. : : Prices Low as the Lowest.

ville. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando.
... ( Fifth Circuit-Thomas F. King, Gaines- "Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-F. T. Hardeman, Or- N.E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fcriiamliim, Fla.;
. I ville. ti/ ; Superintendent ofSclwols-'Villiani H.Bab- lando. '
Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Seeks ---_
cock, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. 2 l L J I rS
Seventh Circuit-E. K. Foster, Sanford. Orlando. ,
ESCAMBIA.
.. J. 0..Fries Orlando. -
Surveyor- ,
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Walter Tate.ClerkIi'
Ccurt Cn.lelldarFIRST County Judge-
Treasurer-C.. Jacobs Wilcox.
' E. de la Rua. ,
CIRCUIT,
Fall Ternt- Sheriff Joseph Wilkins. POLK.

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Collector Treasurer of-Revenue J. S. Leonard.-Manuel Palmes. County Clerk-S.Judge-J.J. Pearce.A. Fortner. ItINc c> :p :m 1'TrSf: Gr
Walton 4th Monday in October.
Superintendent of Schools-N. B. Cook. Sheriff{ W. II. Jonson.
, Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin -AT-
October. FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville.

Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. Collector of Ret'enue-J. D. Tillis. -WJ. L O ivii .s.
October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy.! .

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY.

October. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Probate T.S. ton Palatka.
Judge of Hough ,
Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Ret'C1me-Geor A. Patton. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. I HAVE NOW.OPEN, AT MY NEW AND SPACIOUS1STORE,
This act amended section 2 of act of Feb-
Superintendent Schools-Henry C. Hicks.
of
Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka.
ruary 10 Term., 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. COE.J'J""EE.:: OF SIXTH .A.ND ASH STE.EETS,

Spring Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood,
THIRD CIRCUIT. Countg Judge-J. R. Palatka. A LARGE, FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
Spring Tcrm- Clerk-Augustus Nicholson. -
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Slieriff Thomas Mitchell. TAYLOR COUNTY.
April. Treasurer-A. W. Smith. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. DOMESTIC STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS

i Madison, 2d Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. ,
r Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. I Superintendent of Schools-G. E. L. Allison. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

Suwunee-April. ,- 1st Monday. after-4th. Mondayin HAMILTON COUNTY Perry.Superintendent of Schools-T. J... .Faulkner. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,

Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton,Perry. LINES
in April. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. COMPRISING FULL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, AND EMBRACING '

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff{ Sampson Tavel, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. ALL THE
in April. Collector of Rtt'enue-J H. Lee.
SANTA ROSA.
j Fall TermTaylor Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, County Judge-John Chain. NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES

1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
j October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. FOIl TIlE SPJRFXG AND SUMMER TRADE.

Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Collector of Rerenue-\V. J. Williams.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. $!9* MY PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OF ANY HOUSE, AND YOUr. VAL.

Suwannee, 1st Monday. after. 4th.Mondayin Sheriff-J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. JOH 'S COUNTY. UED COMMAND WILL HAVE MY PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION.
October. Cullec.torof RC1enue-Jno.E.King,Lecanto.
Columbia, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Tt1.Xcs-J. F. Shands, Brooks- County Judge M. R. Cooper, .St. Augus-' W. J. LOH3XAN, Cor. Sixth and Ash Sts.
October. xille. tine. I

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools W. C. Zimmerman Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
October. Floral City. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine
FOURTII CIRCUIT Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
Term IIILLSBOEOCGII COUNTY. St.
Spring Augustine.
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( St. J ll1l's. 2d Tuesday in March. County Judge-T. A. Carruth. Superintendent of Schobls-I'eter S. Arnau,
Clay: 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. St. Augustine. THE OELEBRATED'WOOTON
t Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Sheriff J. P. Martin, Tampa. SUMTER COUNTY.

Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Retenue-\V. J. Martin. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, -
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. HOLMES. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Sum terville. DESKS.
: Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. F. Sumterville.
County Judge-A. H. Brownell. SherijJ'-'J. Galloway,
Fall Term- Collector of .Rczenue-I. Withers, Lees-
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Clerk-T. H. Pitman. = RF ; SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. r burg.
7roo.mrer-Daniel D. Gillis. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Venable,
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Sumterville.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue William Tucker.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent ofScliools-Whitnell Curry. SUWANEE COUNTY. 1 f =-" EVERYBODY DELIGIITED"TITII
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. County Judge M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. }
Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak.
FIFTII CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. w THEM.

Spring Term- Clerk-Frank Philips. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,
Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott. Live Oak.

Marion, 4th Tuesday in March. Treasurer-James E. Heam. Superintendent of Schools-A, W. :Mizzell,
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in Collector of Rct.'entte-John B. Anderson.
Welborn.
March. Superintendent Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. :No. 8 Flat Top.
VOLUSIA COUNTY. Desks of ordinary
Why use
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in
March. JEFFERSON. County ;Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter- ------_----- ---- construction when, for slight

Alachua, 4tji Tuesday after 4th Tuesday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. prise. additional cost you can have
'j in April. Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-II. J. Faulkner, Enterprise. .
the benefit of -
Fall TermSumter- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Sheriff Barton F.,Brooke, Enterprise. our improvements

1st Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker, Collector of Revenue-T.F.Drudy,Emporia. -. .-.,... 4A' '_. ......i'",_,...,....it: __ ? Awkward closets and
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Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. :Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-B. F. Fox, New .,' .'''..........'.'_.., =---=...i& side drawers done away with
Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. County Treasurer W. :M. Girardeau, Mon- Smyrna. ''',I Pb :_. : lt" .-':' -' ""substitute revolving cases
Levy, 4th Tuesday November. I ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. 'I" rn[ ", ".l1, .& &' t.tR1':p: .wnr.r.t! : .f I';[-2-?- which swing with a slight
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ,Collector of Ret'enue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-R. S. Smith.. f.iJ r:I "QJ I,' ,,I'". Ii !;: "." ( .. ),t"i.1Iir.:. .: 'P, ....
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in November. ticello. Sheriff Charles S.Alligood,Crawfordville. .. s' ; 1: -..;::! r.f, ;.t";;"' ...;' touch of the hand and are
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk Nat. It. Walker, Crawfordville. << :Qi c."'-U.--'1-=': +![J ILi' I:. 'N-,'"' J. .j'.j'I' !' 1rft y "" thus enabled to furnish doubles
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Spring Tcrm- County Jtllge-T. T. Chessen, New Troy.Sherijf Superintendent of Schools-E. Y., Watts, : ,: -.. d'lio''; : ;f:_ ....' .'k!*"' I -=:MS-=".:=. -: the space generally given on
Orange 4th Monday in Crawfordville. &1'. ''-='-" I''" =--
January.
G. S. Weat '
hereby. ""
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Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Tro)'. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Crawford "'""' ?, ,r. :-- ,'. ; .
, -;;;; the whole interior IS
in
Brevard,1st Monday March. Superintendent Schools-J.G.UamseyXew ville. ; open
Dade,3d Monday in April. Troy. Collector of Ret'enue-J. J. Pearce,: Craw- .::=--' z flooded with light and all

fall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New fordville. No. 1-1 tow Down Roll Top. portions readily reached without
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. WALTON.
change of A of tur-'mes arc offered for selection, and applitd t
position.
Volusia, 2d Monday in I variety fC;>
September. Collector of Rct'enuc-J.T. Cates, Old Town. County Judge-Daniel :McLeod, Sr.
Brevard. 4th Monday: in September. Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. the Desk as wanted. We apply this'principle to a great variety of desks.
Dade, 2d Monday in November.
1! LEON COUNTY. SJieriff{ -John C. McSwcen. -
Treasurer-James E. Bowers.
t County Officers: County Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee. Collector of 1erenue-W. B. McLeod. -, THE WOOTOlsr,
Sheriff John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. C. Gunn.
ScLOOC. j
ALACHUA. Clerk-C. ..\.. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of jWASHINGTON.

r County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines-I Superintendent of Schools-Henry N;Felkel, I Cabinet Office Secretary.
Ii sine.rs Tallahassee. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones. '

Clerk-J. A. Carlisle,'Gainesville. Treasurer, -J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-D.D. Melvin. . '
Sheri -S. C. Tucker,:Arredondo. Collector of Rct.'enue-C. C. Pearce. Talla- Sheriff S. W. Davis. i r c. wa.w te"i a I
1 Collector of Ret'enue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee.. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller. The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented .

ville. LEVY COUNTY. Collectorf Ret'C1we-John Roche. to the business public; One hundred and
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-J. M. Bared Bronson. Superintendent ofScJiook-Henry Bush. ,y TAI under
! Gainesville. Sheriff-'V. II. Bigham, : Bronson. '" .1 ..-. ..i .... .- *f ... -. ..-.. .i.-...,. ten compartments, as shown in cut, all
'g: '," "' and for Merchants -
onellock Especialhadapted
: BAKER COUNTY. Collector of Rct.'enueH.. Anderson Notice for Final Discharge.: y r,,. :key. :
County Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar Key.; ; 3'w ; ,. Manufacturers, Bankers, :Railroad Officials -
OIX MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
lerk-F. J. Pons, Sr.. Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, and Professional Men generaJly.ADDRESS .
I will
O publication of this notice presentto
Sheriff J, W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. JJronson.
I Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- LIBEBTY. the Hon. H.J. Baker, Judge of Probatefor n
derson. Nassau county,. my final accounts and
County Judge-R. F. Hosford. vouchers as executor of the estate of
Superintendent of School.sm. Lessene, Clerk-A. J. lYootou Cabinet OfHce.Secretary.WOOTON :'
Sanderson. Wooldridge.. 'YILLIAlLr.sos, deceased, and ask for a
Sheriff D. G. Harrell. final *
I discharge. _
BRADFORD COUNTY. CO.
MANUFACTURING
DESK
Treasurer-J. IS.'Roberts. JOHN A. ELLERMANN: ,
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Rct'elme-L. G. Wilder. Executor. .

r- Clerk-Henry. F. York, Lake Butler. Superintendent! of -Dr.T.J. Gregory. Fernandina, Fla., April 4, 1885. ; Gm RICHMOND, 1X0., U. S. A.


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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : SEPTEMBER 5 1885.
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:.; I I RAILROADS. FLORAL CITT ROUTE. Connections at Montgomery with Louisville -
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ATMNl N B EXM B E MANVPACTVRES .><::... :r.-'rh and Nashville Railroad for New
CENTRAL
;. ..r".."':,......".-.'.,. ., (TIME CARD & WESTERN DIVISION. Orleans and Texas points and the West and ;
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'/..,;--i'f:,, .: .'.... .. ,'.,.: OF THE (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Northwest. At Savannah with Central
: WESTWARD. Railroad of Georgia for all points West'and
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--' : .> :. FLORIDA RAILWAY &MYIGATIOX COBPASY.
: -. -. No.1. No: 3. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
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; : -}:.' ,,,:."' -,'.' ,' In Effect August 19 1885. Day Pass. Night Pass. way for all points North, with steamships
7 Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30 m 3.55 p m for New York. Boston and Baltimore. At

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

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

A.M. P.M. Leave Tallahassee....... 12.00 n't pot Ticket Office, and on board
-2.32pm People's
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Leave .
SUCCESSORS OF THE Fernandina .10.15 5.30 Line Steamers
.. H. B.
Quincy. ........3.34pm 1.22 am PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.40 6.00 Arrive Chatta. and JENNIE LAKE.
River.... 4.50 .
Florida Arrive Callahan....................11.27 6.50 p m JAS.
Land &: Immigration Co. L. TAYLOR.
Leave Callahan......................11.35 7.10 EASTWARD.No. General
2. No. 4. Passenger Agent.
P.M.
R. G. FLEMING
Offer on easy terms, or for cash, Leave Dutton................. ....12.05 7.50 Day Pass. Night Pass. Superintendent.
Leave Brandy Branch12.21 8.03 LeaveChatt'chee River.10.45 a m .
Arrive Baldwin..12.40 8.30, Quincy .............12.20 p in 2.07 a m Florida Southern Railway Co. '

Leave Baldwin..12.(7 9.00., Arrive Tallahassee........ 1.27pm 3.36pm

375,000 ACRESof Leave Maxville.................... 1.10 9.25' Leave" Tallahassee :....... 1.34 pill 3.48 p m ORANGE BELT ROUTE.

Leave Highland..................... 1.30 9.47 Monticello........ 2.30 p m -
Leave Lawtey......................... 1.45 10.03 Madison ............ 4.15pm 6.36pm GOING POUTH.J .
BINDERY Hammock and Pine Lands, on Leave Temple's...................... 2.03 10.22 Live Oak........... 5.39 p 111 8.33 a m /< 7. Giintstfle J
Leave Starke......................... 2.26 10.30 Lake City........... 6.33 p m 9.47 a m Leave Jacksonville:, Express t
and adjacent to the Railway from I Leave Thurston-..................- 2.41 10.46 Arrive Baldwin............ 8.01pm 11.26am via J.''.&K.W. R'y.12.48 p m .........
II I Arrive 'V aldo........................ 3.02 11.10 Leave Baldwin............ 8.08pm 11.31amArrive Leave Palatka............ 2.35 p m 6.00 a m I

Fernandina on the Atlantic to Cedar I Leave Waldo......................... 3.15 ...... Jacksonville...... 8.50 p m 12.16 pm Leave J. T & K W J'n... 2.50 p m .........
Arrive
Leave Gainesville................. 4.00 ...... Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will : Interlachen..... 3.36pm ..25 n m I
the Gulf of Mexico. No :Leave Arredondo................... 4.23 ....:. not run west, of Tallahassee Sundays, but Wait's Crossing 4.15 p m 8.30 a m I
Key on Gruelle .........
.. ........ will run Mondays.ST. .. 4.40 p m 9.20 a m I
Leave Palmer...... ...... 4.36 ...... "
Leave Archer........................ 4.56 ...... MARK'S BRANCH. Gainesville...... 5.35 p in 11.05 a m .:
lands in Florida desirablefor ....... .........
are more ...................... Micanopy 4.30 p m i
Leave Bronson 5.29 ......
Leave Tallahassee................ "
.. .. 8.00am Lochbie ......... 5.15 p m 10.12 am. ;
Oranges Peaches Melons and Leave Otter Creek.................. 6.13 ...... Arrive Waknlla...........................: 9.05 am n dd'IC k.......... 5.27 pm.Qe .:-> am.
Rosewood ...................
Leave 6.53 ....
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Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am Ocala............. 6.05 p m 11.05 a m
Arrive Cedar Key.................. 7.25' ...... Leave'' St. Mark's......... ..... "
early Vegetables; none containing .. ........10.00 a. m Welshton ...... 6.31 p ra 11.32 a m .
HAVING ESTABLISHED A BOOK GOING NORTH. Arrive Waknlla...........................10.25 a m N. Lake Weir. 6.55 p in 11.57 a m ,

in connection with our better and more accessible bodies of Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee........................11.30 a m S. Lake Weir.. 7.02 p m 12.03 p m I
Conant...........
A.31. ...... 7.10pm 12.13pm
Printing Office, we are prepared to RULE Yellow Pine Timber also the Leave Cedar Key; ................... 7.30 ...... CONNECTIONS.At Lady Lake...... 7.13 p m 12.17 p m t

AND MANUFACTURE .. as Leave Rosewood................... 8.05 ...... Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Leesbur ........ 7.35 p m 12.40 p m

valuable Hard Woods and Red Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.32 ...... all points North and East With the Fernan- GOING NORTH.
more .......... ........ ; f
Leave Bronson. ... 9.15 ...... dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- Leave Leesburg.......... 7.30am
Leave Archer ........................ 9.46 ...... dina and with Steamers for all Arrive ..... 1.40pm
Lake.
; points on Lady 7.523 2.02
Pencil Cedar ; none contain better Leave Palmer .......................10.03 ...... the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. .:. Conant............ 7.55am m pm'I
:Leave Arredondo...................10.18 ...... At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- S. Lake Weir... 8.03 a m 2.15 2.06pm m f
for cattle and and p
ranges sheep, no Leave Gainesville..l0.44 ...... "
insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fer- N. Lake Weir... 8.10 a m
ALL KINDS Arrive Waldo...... .. ............11.28 ...... nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. Welshton........ 8.34 a m 2.22pm 2.43 p m t t
lands in the State are in a more sat- A. M. At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida u Ocala.............. 0.00am 3.17pm t

f ( If Leave'Valdo..1l.53' 2.30 &Western Railroad.At Reddick.......... 9.38 a m 3.57 p m
{ isfactory shape for successful coloni- P.M. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Lochbie..........9.50 a 111 i
4.09pm
I Leave Thurston.......1...........12.15 2.55 Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- Micanopy........ ......... .. 50 n1
-OF- zation or resale by capitalists.For Leave Starke........................12.48 3.18 urdays.At Gruelle ...........10.20 a m' 4.40 4. P m
Leave Temple's ......:.............12.53 3.23 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- Gainesville .....11.15 a m 5.15 p m r
further information and terms Leave J a wtey..-..................... 1.09 3.46 cola & Atlantic Railroad Marianna.. Pen- Wait's Cross'g..ll.50 a m 5.40 p t

Leave Highland.................... 1.30 4.08 sacola, Mobile, :Montgomery New Orleans, Interlachen ...11.30 a m 6.42 pm.m ;
address Leave Maxville..................... 1.47 4.35 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, JT&KWJ'n.l2.15pm ...p......
BLANK BOOKS Arrive Baldwin ........;............ 2.06 5.05 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa- Palatka..........13.30 p m 8.00 p m t
WILLIAMS & SWANN Leave Baldwin..................... 2.10 5.40 lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. Jacksonville

Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.27 6.00 The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to J,T&K W Ry 2.10 pm......... I
Leave Dutton......................... 2.42 6.15 all points West. On Sundays a fast passenger train will be I
FERNANDINA, FLA. Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.50 For information respecting routes rates, run. leaving Palatka at 7.30 a. m.. connecting i t

-ForRAIIjROADS- Leave Callahan..................... 3.15 7.10 etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- with train for Leesburg at Gruelle. a
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.05 8.06 dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Leaving Gainesville, at 4.00 p. m. connect-
Arrive Fernandina................ 4.30 8.36 sonville. ing with train from Leesburg at Gruelle, f

;-, JjiJ'- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths and arriving at Palatka at 6.30 p. m. j
"I'" Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, O. W. BROMWELL, \
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', '; and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. SHERMAN CONANT, ;
DIVISION. A. O. MAcDONELL, GeneralIanager..
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STEAMBOATS: '. : ; 'j .;- -; .. GOING ,Fernandina, Fla.C. NEW, CIIEAP AND GOOD.
I .. SOUTH.Day W. MAXWELL '
Pas. Nt Pas. ,
: ;,,:..,;, ." ;, ::: : 'X; ; t;(; \,," P.M. P.M. Master of Transportation! NGINES OOILER S
: t... ",. '.'( i f.-'k':' ".;;,;'!tt'.v- -i.t r'" ;, : J",,, R i::!' ;< -.f."T, 'i.' .. '."' Leave Waldo........................ 3.12 11.25 I Jacksonville, Fla. t1
'MERCHAN2'S, : Leave Dixie..............:............ 3.31 11.50 I D. E. MAXWELL, -NEW AND SECOND HAND.-
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., 1 A.M. General Superintendent.
ALL KINDS OF AT LOW PRICES
,' 1; .' Leave Hawthorne.....:....... ..... 3.47 12.10 Fernandina Fla. MACHINERY i

." ,'. Leave Lochloosa.................... 4.06 12.30 CombUed Orange Box ,and Shingle Machine :
.. BANKS, ETC '\ Leave Citra........................... 4.29 11.52 Savannah Florida &Western R'y. Eagle Gins, Saw Mill, 1'Ianera, Kesnws. &o I
: : Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.44 1.07 Hell for fnfalogne and Prices N'fnre "n 'na. .

Leave Anthony Place............ 4.59 1.22 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All HANDLE & DUOAl MACU'Y CO 1
: ,>: : C : THE FLORIDA Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.32 .......
-- ''. Leave Ocala............................ 5.56 2.10 trains of this road are run by Central 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, 0.
., "-Q IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.30 2.55" ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) I
: -ALSO- rpOWN Leave Oxford,........................ 6.52 3.15 slower than Jacksonville time.

Leave'Vildwood.................... 7.08 3.35
Fcruamliiia, Leave Leesburg..................... 7.38 4.12 and after Sunday, May 3d, 1885, $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT \\1111ON // !

Arrive Tavares....................... 8.10 4.50 ON Trains will leave and arrive t
Towns on I:. R. Line. GOING NORTH. as follows: receipt of $5 we @:?.;"-"",=-


MUm C MAGA A IN NE NEVAERS) ? ? And Cedar Key. Leave Tavares........................ A.M.7.15 P.M.8.20 Leave Jacksonville NEW ORLEANS daily EXPRESS.at........... 7:30 a m trio will send Lamp.you an Burglar Elec- -:::: =! :- ..:: I

Leave J eesbur ...................... 7.44 9.02 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm Alarms $1. Call Bells ";: ,'l

Leave Wildwood.... .............. 8.12 9.55 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:08 a m $1. ElectricGasLighter i r

Leave Oxford...:.........:........... 8.23 10.121, Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10:00 a m ments, Telegraph Medical Instru-Batte-
Leave Lake Weir Station....... S.38 10.33 ,
-AlID- Offers to Lessees and Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m I
Purchasers a large Leave Ocala........................... 9.19 11.35 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30 p m ries, &c.
Leave Silver Spring................ 9.32 ....... Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:50 m "In regard to your new Electric Light.
number of the most eligible and desirable p i iI we think you will be exceedingly successful i
A. M.
Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m
PERIODICALS: : : : I Lots suitable Leave Anthony Place.............10.08 12.20 I. Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m in securing its universal adoption.& 1
for Business MINER
Purposes, or for Leave Sparr's.........................10.20 12.35 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 7:45 a m Yery truly yours, REPFIELP Y." .
Leave Citra.............................10.33 12.52 Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- 737 Broadway, N. :l
Suburban "I witnessed with much the tests
City or Residences Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.50 1.13 cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- pleasure
of Electric I believe
Leave Hawthorne..................11.10 1.33 cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- your new Light. you
will find in it into
UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Dixie.........................11.25 1.51 Mississippi points. Passengers for Bruns- no difficulty bringing, "
BOUND in ALL STYLES Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.47 2.18 wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia general Lumberman.use. Eastern" Mangy HENRY'Northwestern Ih GIIA I. -

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to #?*Day Passenger daily except Sunday. ; B. & W. R. R. at 7.40 p. m. "We take pleasure in stating that the tests

I Night. Passenger daily. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this we made of your Electric Light proved per-
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- train, Savannah to Pensacola, Mobile fectly satisfactory. You will have a large
-AXD AT- I II I F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. and New Orleans. and ready sale. Yours truly '.
rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville RICHARDS & Co,
(FERNANDINA JACKSONVILLE.)
TO to Cincinnati via'Jesup. "
24 and 26 Fourth Avenue. N. Y.
erty purchased substantial improvements GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- The above testimonials explain them-
A.M. P. M. ville to St. Louis via Waycross.FAST t
REASONABE PRICES for residence in which Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 3.35 selves. J
or to conduct their .
Leave Hart's Road................. 7.26 4.05 MAIL. WE WANT A DUMBER: OF LIVE AGENTS.G.
Arrive Jacksonville............... 8.25 5.08 .. W. FOSTER & CO.,
business. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m 45-3m 21 Park Row. N. Y.. I
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GOING NORTH. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m
4 4L C .-' ,<' INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS A. M. P. M. Leave Chattahoochee at ..............12:00 m Notice of Insolvency.

Leave Jacksonville............... 9.3.5 5.50 Leave Thomasville at................... 2:10 p m
Nassau
by exemption for a term of years from Leave Hart's Road................10.40 6.38 Leave Callahan daily at................ 3:15 p m IN Florida COUNTY. Whereas COURT:Fred, W. Iloyt County ad-,
Arrive Fernandina................11.08 7.02 Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p ra ministrator of: the estate of W. S.
Arrive at at................ 6:38 Rawson
taxation, offered by the several cities and 8 Trains daily except Sunday. Jesup daily p m deceased, late of the county aforesaid, having -
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:25 p m '
SUNDAY XCURSION. filed in the office' of the County Judgeof
towns ,Apply to Leave Fernandina..6.50 Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:53 a m
t a. m. 4.30 p.m. said county, a written suggestion of the
CIIAS. W. LEWIS Arrive Jacksonville..8.15 a. m. 5.50 m. Arriveat Washington.b., daily..ll:45 p m of said estate notice is hereby
p. insolvency ,
Arrive at New York daily at......... 8:00 a'm,
Fernandina.'Office Leave
Jacksonville..9.00
a. m. 6.30 m. to all having claims demands
SEND IN YOUR WORK/: p. given persons or -
Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars
cor. Beach &7th sts. Arrive Fernandina. 10.15 a. m. 7.50 p. m. of any nature whatever against said
Savannah to New York without change.EAST .
estate, to file the same, duly authenticated,

,. CONNECTIONS.AT FLORIDA EXPRESS. in the office of the County Judge of said
'i ',. :,: '.'M1SATISFACTION,: ::: :. <:" ',':' .. '. .. "t -- : : "L. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:20 p m county, on or before the 13th day of Octo-

: : : _, ; FERNANDINA, FLA., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:55 a m ber,.A.; D. 1885,at which time there will be
: ; > With New York and Fernandina Steam- Leave at Callahan daily at............. 8:35 p m a' pro rata payment to creditors entitled

ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and, Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.00 p m ,thereto, and the Administrator discharged.
for New York on Thursday Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 8.55 p m Witness my hand and seal as County
With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Arrive at DuPont daily at...........11:00 pm Judge .of said< county, this 10th day of
CURTIS CO. and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at..........10:55 p m April, ,A. D. 1865.
Arrive at Jesup daily at................12:55 a m H. J. BAKER.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, CALLAHAN. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 7:15 a m County Judge.,
To and<< from Savannah and Charleston
GUARANTEED ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA and all points North and West Arrive at Albany daily at-............10:30 a m Fernandina, April 11, 1885. Omo
daily.
Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 8:00 a m
Loans procured, Mortgages negotiate d.ex- AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive Macon daily at............... 8:50: a m Xotice. J.
changes effected. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:30. p'm Notice is hereby given that it is the intention l
Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 WILDWOOD. Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:20 a.m of the City Council of Fernandina
acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Charleston daily at......:12:45 p m to 'Jevy a !special' tax, after, thirty days from
BOTH IN STYLE AND PRICES. acres for sale., and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Washington daily..10:30: a m date. upon all taxable property within the i I
N. B._"St. Arrive at New York daily,at..,...... 5:30 m
Mary's having been selectedas CEDAR KEY, FLA., p city limits, for the year 1885, for the purpose :
the terminus of the Atlantic& Mississippi With Morgan's' Line'Steamships for Key Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars via "Water-works and fire protection ; the ,j
Canal (under the survey made for Govern- West l Havana, every Saturday; for New Waycross and Pullman Palace Sleeping amount of tax not to exceed 3 mills!' on the j1
ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Orleans every Friday; from Key West and Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. State valuation of the property. The fund
Address construction of which having been granted Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Connections at Atlanta.with Western and obtained from this special tax is to be used t;
by the United States Government and the every Saturday. Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and in the boring of an artesian well or wells oa

:; 1.', FLORIDA MIRROR, Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Georgia Railroads for: :;all points West and. a point in the city, which may be deemed !
increase in the value of adjacent lands may for and from Key West. Monday and Northwest. .' most .

'. .:'. :; < .' be confidently looked for." (See New York Thursday;. for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville advisable.GEO...E. WOLFF City Clerk. I
,---.t"+ .. t ;., ';,, \,'' FERNANDINA,. FLA. Sun, 27-3-83.\ and"Friday. to Louisvill via Thomasville. Fernandina, Fla., August 13,1885.2'r'0 .

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'" THE FLORIDA MIRROR. excellent judgment, lesthetical diction and The Club Pennant. Little Jim

. practical information is worthy of consider- Takes I i .
The club pennant of the Fernandina Boat A swim ,

ation. Club, for first-class boats, was sailed for yes- Hungry crab ,
i ff.OO YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS MakesA
Last Monday night the chicken-house of terday afternoon. Only three yachts were grab,

if'I.I. "Reflections. W. J. Woodward was entered by a thief,' entered, namely, the Undine, the Tallulah, Both goDON n below ; .,{: Two Millionsof

who stole ,some twenty head of chickens. and Clark's boat. A start was effected shortly J es' so.
How many careless fathers know
Next Monday,. the 8th, is rule day. Mr. Woodward has his British bull-dog revolver after 3 o'clock, the course being from the The dangers of our under-toe. acres: of Farming, Orange,
and seventeen sure-fire rifle ready to New York steamship wharf around the

t The banana crop this year is more promising give a welcome reception to the! next visitor. quarantine buoy back to the starting point.: Uutldlng Material. Timber and Grazing Lands,

{ ; than for several years: past. Brick Lime Portland and Rosendale Ce- situated in counties
Rev. Mr. Thackara and family left for.Se- The race was woji, by the Undine, whichwas 29 and
The Board of County Commissioners are ment, Plaster,..Shingles:: Nails,. Sash, Doors
wanee, Tenn., on Thursday, where they will sailed by G.R. Hubby, in 1 hour 9 min- and Blinds, at comprising the lands bought

t equalizing the assessment rolls for the. year be, guests of Major G. R. Fairbanks. We utes and 32 seconds, Mr. Clark's boat comingin FRED W. HOYT & Co's. by Sir Edward J. Reed, from

18S5. second in 1 hour 34 minutes and 10
announced two weeks ago that Mr. Thackara : sec-
the State of Florida in
The infant son of Mr. and frs.T. G. Pratt had left, but owing to his extreme feeble onds. The Tallulah was out oY the race before Great bargains in Parasols, Mitts, Lace iSSi,

Thompson died of heart disease on Thursday condition the trip had to be postponed. Miss she reached Read's mill ,It is but Goods PAUL, etc.FUNKE'S, at DRY GOODS.EMPORIUM. are now offered at graded

last. Liza goes to Baltimore to visit her sister. proper to state here, that she was not prop- :prices. These, lands were selected -

By all means let us have another excursion Among the passengers on the steamshipCity erly rigged, having to use the sails of the The Best Smokes by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

> next week. The weather is fine, and of San Antonio, bound for New York, Custom-house boat. She merely) entered the Can be had at HOYT) & Co's. The Times- late Commissioner
bathing delightful. race to make interesting Anew, suit of Union Cigar and Buck-Eye Smoking To- ley, of the
and : James
Mr.
E.
were Mrs. Dr. W. Snyder
sails has been designed for her and when bacco. Sole Agent.Refrigerators ''State Land Office and
Regular meeting of Ponce de Leon Comical Kydd. )Ir. Kydd, while here, has enjoyedto Mr.
she is rigged out with them it is
_ l, No. U22, American Legion of Honor next the fullest extent the pleasuree of Amelia: expectedthat at Fred W. Hoyt & Co.'s M. Williams, late agent for

L Friday, September 12th, at'8 o'clock. Beach He' does not think ,that,either of possesses.she:: will show what sailing qualitiesshe Furniture Store, Centre Street. sale of State lands, which factis

Too many persons violate the move-on or- the Northern bathing resorts compares with Notice. a' guaranty of their hfaft

dinance on Saturdays. Our police shouldbe this island. Our County Board of Health. The

more energetic in enforcing this law. Our unusually efficient Street Committeehave The Board of 'Ilealtlr"for the of WHERE S APPLICATION lIA.S been quality. purchase known
county the Court' and
to County in for as the Reed Purchase
The small sail boats which were damaged opened a ditch on Cedar street to drain Nassau, at a meeting held September 2, 1885, the County of Nassau Florida by T. A. was only

) by the late storm are being repaired rapidly, I off.the stagnant water collected on Eighth provided for the erection of suitable build Acosta, Administrator of the estate of JaneY. opened for sale,.this year and

'' and our fleet bids fair to be as large as ever. street from the recent rains, but it has failedto ings at the.entrance ,of the harbor for the .debts Acosta, the for following an order real to sell estate for, belonging paymentsof the lands have not been culled

Mr. F. 11". Simmons: left yesterday morn- provide a proper crossing for pedestrians, accommodation of an inspector or quarantine to said Jane Y. Acosta, deceased, that is, or picked over. No part has

' ing for Magnesia Springs, Alachua county, thus making dangerous for parties not acquainted officer, who ,will be required to remainon Lots seven ((7)), nine ((9)) and ten ((10)) in

; with Mrs. Simmons and his sister :Miss Car- with the state of affairs to walk on duty from sun to sun, and inspect all Block No. four ((4)) ; also Lots seven ((7)), nine been reserved in any manner

' rie. the cross streets in that neighborhood after vessels entering the port at quarantine., the((9)), and City i of of'Fernandina.ten ((10)) in Block County No.of nine Nassau((9)),, and the whole is open for sale.

''i It is conceded by operators that the crop dark. The Sanitary Inspector, in his report to Florida, (Old Town), with the improve- Special prices on 'large tracts.

of island The Old Town, Yacht l ace. the Bsr.rd, August 31st, reports a consider- ments ; and Theodore Rousseau, Julius D.
Timber
x sea cotton has been reduced nearly Rousseau, Eustis J. Acosta, Lilian Marton, lands, virgin forests in
one-half by the worm and the recent great The first of a series of sailing races, under able number of premises in the city in foul wife of Charles :Marton, Kate Acosta, Alberti bodies of and

storm the management of the Old Town Yachting condition. We withhold the names;! of the Acosta,Isadore Acosta,Odena AcostaCharles, 50,000 acres up-

Association, took place on Wednesday last owners or occupants, of these premises for Acosta, :Francis Acosta, Julia A. Acosta, wards. Lands sold for cash,
The Smith reunion in New Jersey last heirs of said Jane Y. Acosta deceased
are
at the advertised time,and, notwithstandingthe the present, but will give them to the pub- or on long time.
g week was immense. There were 4,000 pres- cited and notified to show cause on or before
ent. Transportation lines were entirely in- small number of entries, was a very enjoyable lic, unless the mandates of the inspector are the 10th day of September, 1883, why said The Florida Land and
Co.
affair. forthwith obeyed, and the foul places cleanedup order should not be granted if any they Mortgage
.
adequate.Our t
promptly.It can. H. J. BAKER, (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE
The following yachts competed : FLORIDA:
friends who have been summering in is also County Judge, N. C.
reported to the Board that the
.Tar Heel, length 18 feet G inches; enteredby T. A. ACOSTA JAdminist'V
the mountains_ North Carolina think it is city night is, not his
Captain James Bell.. / A" scavenger performing of the Estate of Jane :y..
growing cold very'fast', and are thinking of Undine,1 length 19 feet I ; entered by George duty. The Council having undertaken this Acosta, dec. I .' I !

y returning soon. R. Hubby. duty, the Board of Health, to avoid a con- Fernandina, Fla., August 14, 1885. 4w

The Fernandina and Amelia Beach Rail- Aggie, length 18 feet G inches; entered by flict of authority, will not interfere, unless An Ordinance

road has proved a complete success, the pa- Hill C. Bradford. the Council fails to hold the scavenger to a Amending an Ordinance granting the Silk Mitts,

tronage having reached the expectation of Reckless Sale, length ]1 7 feet; entered by strict performance of his duties. The Board right of way to the Florida Improvement All colors, at 35 cents a pair, worth GO cer.tSti.

the,proprietors of this enterprise. W. R. Curtis. will bring the'matter to the attention of the Co., approved May 20, 1885. at MODE ,Br.th.

? The steamer David Clark, Captain Daniels, The course was from a line between the City Council. HANING BEEN BROUGHT TO THE Ho, for White Sulphur Springs

makes regular trips between this port and ballast dock on Tiger Island and the United IT notice of Council that an error was made

i' Savannah twice each week, leaving here States Engineer office, to and around a Death of Mr. Z. T. llaM' s. by the petitioner asking for the right of way FLORIDA'S GREAT FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH.

every Tuesday and Friday night. mark boat opposite the foot of Centre street, Considerable surprise was created Satur- to the above named Company, and the peti- Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia.
t tioner representing that the Fernandina & Stomach and Bowel Troubles, Kidney am?
Mr. Jobn Hedges, cashier of the Florida Fernandina ; thence to the Tiger spit buoy, day morning last by the announcement of Amelia Beach Railway Company are the Bladder Diseases, General Debility, etc. Female

Railway & Navigation Company, returned leaving it on the port hand,and back to the the death of Mr. Z. T. Harris. He had been party to whom the right of way should be complaints are, cured, or greatly benefited -

from Virginia on Tuesday last much improved line of starting, a distance of five miles. unwell for some time, but was still able to given ; therefore, by these waters. Hound trip tickcta-
It is hereby ordained by the City Councilof to Welborn, including hack fare to Springs,.
The wind fresh breeze from the go around and look after his business. He
in health by his short vacation.Dr. was a
the City of Fernandina, that the above can be had at greatly reduced rates. Cold cc
Theo. Starbuck and Mr. R. V. Schuyler northeast at the start, but died out some- was taken violently 'sick yesterday, grew named ordinance be amended by substituting hot baths given at hotel.
-
what before the finish. The following table worse, and died last night. His wife, who the words "Fernandina & Amelia Beach
of the firm of Whitner & Schuyler left
., shows the corrected time : has been visiting Atlanta, Ga., has been sent Railway Company" for the words "Florida Straw Hats.
yesterday for the lake region for a few days. Improvement Company," wherever said
Name. Corrected Time. for, and will likely arrive by this evening'strain. Great reduction in Straw Hats at
t't The doctor goes to inspect his orange grove. Tar lIed....................................... lh. 20m. 33s. words appear in said ordinance.G. It MODE BRO
I Aggie............................................ lh. 16m. 24s. She was not even aware of her hus STARK, s.
The steamship City of Palatka, Captain Kecklcss Babe................................. lh. 13m. 05s. band's sickness, which the doctors say was JAMES: McGIFFIN, '
Vogel, is as regular as clock work in making Undine........._............................... lh. 42i 1. 12s. softening of the brain; No RILEY E. ROBINSON, Miss L. G. Watson
+ her run between this and Jacksonville The Reckless Babe won the first prize, beating arrangements_ Committee on Ordinances. Will re-open her Select School for yawn: ,
port
ia will be made for the burial until Mrs. Har- Fernandina, Fla., August 5, 1885. girls and children on Thursday, October 1,.
,} the two minutes and seven sec-
and Charleston. She still Aggie
sports that famous ris arrives. The deceased was the proprietorof at her residence on Centre Street, corner: cTT ,.
' whistle. onds actual time, and three minutes and the Gainesville Foundry and Machine In the Circuit Court, Seventh and hopes still to merit the patronage -
nineteen seconds corrected time. The Aggie so kindly conferred heretofore.
, There is a church building near Waynes- Shops, and was a remarkably fine businessman. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU Miss ANNIE E. TUCKER, so well and favorably
the Tar lied
the second beating
vine, N. C., twenty by fifty feet wide built won prize, He was a member of the :Methodist COUNTY, FLORIDA. known in the community, will be associated

TtjL entirely of one poplar) tree, the weather- four minutes and nine seconds, and the Tar Episcopal Church. His wife, the only remaining -- with Miss WATSON, and take charjje-
Heel won the third prize, beating the Undine CATHARINE ANN BYRD of the Musical Department.
boarding, flooring, ceiling, shingles and all member of his family, will receive j In Chancery REFERENCES :
minutes and thirt '-nineseconds z3' }
i included.Mr. twenty-one the warmest sympathy of her many JACOB DANIEL BYRD. OrderDIYOrce.IT Rev. O.r.Thackara,Mr.Samuel A. Swann

Charles H. Whitner and Conductor corrected time. friends in this city and elsewhere.-Gaines- APPEARING, FROM THE AFFIDAvit Mr. H. E. Dotterer, Judge C. V. Hillyer
The second race of this association will be of Catharine Ann the Major Eo A. Ic""horter.
returned from yule Ifews. Byrd, complainant -
Maughs Hendersonville
N.
sailed over the same course on Wednesday, in above suit, that the defendant, For terms, see Circulars.
C., on the City of Palatka, on Wednesdaylast. I Jacob Daniel is absent from said
September 9th, at 2:30 p. in. As these races I Byrd,
Their families will remain until the Harried.CAETWRIGHT I County, and that his place of residence in Gents' Furnishing Goods, Notions etc.
to all Fernandina and St. Mary'sboats
latter part of October. are open -WICKS.-At the rectory of said State is unknown to her, and that she at cost, at1'AUL
it is expected there will be a large has failed to.discover the same after diligent FUNKE'S, DRY GOODS EMPGRIV'3r-
According to the Washington St. Peter's Parish, on' Monday, August 31,
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\ correspond number of yachts entered for the next race. inquiry :
ent of the Savannah Morniny News, ex-Sen- The following are the sailing rules and 1885, by the Rev. 0. P. Thackara, :Mr. J. H. Now, therefore, it is ordered that the said A lot of Parasols (exclusive styles) cheaS

ator I). L. Yulee is one of the largest real conditions under which these races are Cartwright and Miss'Laura' Wicks,both of defendant, Jacob Daniel Byrd, appear and this week. J. &T. KYDr
this answer or demur to complainant's said bill
city.
J } estate owners in ""ashin ton. His propertyis sailed : of complaint, filed in said Court, in the Bathing Suits and Caps

assessed at over $100,000. No. 1. Any yacht sailing close hauled on county of Nassau, on or before the firstMonday For Ladies and Gentlemen, in ants

The last Republican PostmasterGeneralbecame the tack shall keep out of the of a Range of ThermometerFOR in October, being the fifth day of style and large variety, at
port way THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, SEPT. 4TH, 1885, said month, A. D. 1885.:: And this order is KING'S BAZAAR
famous for multiplying Hattons," yacht which is close hauled on the star- AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. to be published in the Florida Mirror, a ,

t; but one of his namesakes in Florida has already board tack. (Explanation : A yacht is said 7A.M.12 M. 3p. [. 6P..I. WIND. newspaper published in the city of Fernan- tf Cor. of Fifth and Centre btsu
Saturday, Aug. 29..76 85 85 8-1 S. E. dina, county of Nassau; and State of Flori-
wearied of the title, and will hence- to be on the starboard tack when the windis .. .
Sunday, 30..77 87 86 85 S. E. da, for four consecutive weeks. Parasols.We
forth be known as Dade City." blowing on the starboard or right side, Monday, 31..76 8-1 85 8-1 S. W. .
Witness the Horn James M. Baker this bar-
{ Tuesday Sept. 1...., 75 66 g'j' S-1 N. E. Judgeof will sell, week, the biggest
Cut this out and paste it in your hat: and the sheets made, fast on the port or left Wednesday," 2......76 87 86 8-1 N. E. said Court, and the seal thereof this gains ever offered in Parasols. Goods rau;-

Whenever you write, or address side.) Thursday, 3.. ...76 85 g'j' 81 S. E. the 3rd day of September, A. D. 1885, ing in price from 50 cents to $3.00, WOng
through Friday, 4..77 87 86 85 S. W. by J. A. EDWARDS, tv ice the money, at
the No. 2. Any yacht sailing free (on either
!, mail, any one soliciting information, or Clerk Circuit Court, N. C. :MODE BRO _
asking a favor, always inclose return post- tack) shall keep out of the way of a yacht MARINE.

age. This is true business courtesy. sailing close hauled on either tack.

No. 3. When the yachts are approachingany Port of Fernandina.
Governor Perry has appointed Mr. T. J. ..
t shoal or buoy, and the yacht to leewardis HIGH WATER.
.
Higginbotham, of King's Ferry, and Mr. foul the buoand y. Sept. 5:........... 4:31 \.M. 5.-OS p. M. '
John Upchurch, of Callahan, County Commissioners likely to go aground Sunday 6............ 5:37" 6:11 'Ie. > '" i
is not able to come about without cominginto Monday, 7..........:. 6:40 7m" : (
for Nassau county. Mr. Higgin- the windward Tuesday 8............,7:3.'j"' 7:56" ik : '. :.< : ,. :
botham has already served one term.I collision with yacht, the Wednesday, 9............ 8:21 !'* 8:40 IC j: :
latter shall at once tack on being hailed so' Thursday, 10........... 9:06" 9:24 It .
How many canines have been killed since Friday, 11....;...:. 9:48" 10:07 '
to do by the leeward yacht, which shall also J
the 1st of September? ENTERED.
: Apparently there
are the time.
tack at same
I as prowling around Sept. 2-Steamship San Antonio, Wilder, from
many our streets, with- Yachts not in the New York and
No. 4. are limited ; freight passengers... to
out the insignia of ,tax paid, as before theI IL W. Southwick, agent. -
sail ballast used but
of
amount or are not RETAIL I DEALERS >
edict from our City Fathers Aug.Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
was issued. allowed t'o throw overboard any ballast dur- Charleston; to W. O. Jeffreys agent.! .
Rev. Mr. Barbour will officiate at St. Pe Steamship. City of Palatka, Vogef from
ing a race.
I Palatka; freight and passengers, to

ter's o'clock Church on Sunday. Service, at 11 No. 5. Any yacht disobeying or infringing Sept. 2-Steamship W. O. Jeffreys City,of aPal ent.atka, Vogel, from' Will find it to their advantage to get our prices::

a. m. Arrangements are being per- any of the above rules shall be disqual- Charleston; freight and passengers, to

fected by which ministerial services will be ified from receiving any prize she otherwise W. O. Jeffreys, agent. before purchasing elsewhere. We offer many goods
3-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
: constantly secured .
I. during Mr. Thackara's would have won. Palatka freight and to W. .
; passengers, at less than they can to pnrchaed in competing
absence. O. Jeffreys, .
Table of time allowance based on lengthson agent.
"
3-Schooner Albert L. Butler, Cates, Bos-
1 The little daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Hutch- the water line. ton; ballast,,to master. markets. We give particular attention to heavygoods

tl j ins, Mabel Lee, died quite suddenly Wednesday Length. Time. Length.Time.. CLEARED.
.
such :BACON FLOUS GRITS GAIN FEED:
as:
Feet. Inches. Min. Sec.'Feet. Inches. :Min. See. Sept. 4-Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder, ,
evening, after a short illness.
Mabel 9 0 0 0 17 6 11 19 for New York freight and ,
; passengers
r was an affectionate, interesting child, and 9 6 1 3 18 0 '11 42 by R. W. Southwick, agent. BUILDING MATERIAL, etc.
10 0 2 2 IS G 12 6 Aug. 30-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for
h her parents have the sympathies of 10 6 2' 58 19 ,
the community 0 12. 29
Palatka
; freight and by tar Ask for when
passengers
'r in their bereavement. 11 0 3 38 19 6 12 50 W. O. Jeffreys, Agent. our prices needing: goods.:
11 6 4 36 20 0
13 10 of.Palatka
31-Steamship City Vogel. for
The steamship San Antonio left for New 12 12 0 6 5 6 20 4 21 20 t 6< 13 13 29 43 Charleston:freight and passengers, by FRED W. HOYT & CO.
W. O. Jeffreys, agent. '
i. York Thursday c\'ening'with the following 13 0 6 40' 21 6 14 7 2-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel. fori,
cargo : 127,551 feet of yellow pine lumber, 13 0 6'' 7 21 .22 0' 14 25 Palatka; by'W. 0. Jeffreys, agent. SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE, ro'r'
14 7 55 22 6 14 42 "
: 3-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for
y. 331 cases of cedar, 224 barrels of rosin 94 14 6 8 &') 23 0' 14 5S FLORIDA.r
15 0 9 2 23 G Charleston;by W.O. Jeffreys agent. FERNANDINA .
barrels of of 15 14 Schooner 31. Hayes, Lansel, New: :
Joseph
spirits turpentine, and 2G packages 15 6 9to: 24 0 15 30 ;
York lumber Cook & Co.
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,
'I : by Payne I
of merchandise. 16 0 10 0 24 6' 15 45 -
Schooner Ethel M. Davis Mantle, Mat-,
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16 6 10 28 25 0 16 0
Head.
anzas; lumber, by J.. C. :
Have you seen the handbill of the Florida 17 O. 10.M I
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Railway and Navigation Company? It cost' Entries can be made by mail,or in person 'Ladles' '
Linen Dusters
nothing to go to Atlanta-the Chicago of applying, to Captain'James Bell Treasurer ,
,
|| ; the South-the abundance. of poetic. feeling, ;Ferhandina, Fla. ,; '.: ,From 75 cents up,c at :.:\IODE'BRO'S." .. .. : \r .i' 'a5, : :7S-'aa bfb2: ) :' X ; i nt

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